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Addiction Kills More Blacks, But Treatment Is Prescribed Mostly To Whites

NPR's Story of the Day

02:48 min | 2 years ago

Addiction Kills More Blacks, But Treatment Is Prescribed Mostly To Whites

"Support for NPR and the following message come from Dulles International Airport with the highest on time takeoff percentage of any airport on the east coast. I a d means I'm already departing more at fly, Dallas dot com slash fast and drug that helps patients stop using opioids and avoid a fatal overdose was prescribed almost exclusively to white Americans. That's according to a study out today from the university of Michigan, Martha bebinger with member station. W R explains that this is the first hard data showing that there's a racial gap when it comes to treating opioid use disorder between two thousand twelve and two thousand fifteen overdose deaths surged in many states, and so did the number of visits during which a doctor or nurse practitioner would prescribe buprenorphine brand name suboxone study, author Dr poo delegates city says they looked at more than thirteen million of those medical visits, but found no income. Greece in prescriptions written for blacks, white populations are almost thirty five times as likely to have a buprenorphine related visit than black Americans that was happening even though overdose deaths were rising faster for blacks during this period. Then for whites this epidemic over the last few years has been framed as largely a white epidemic. But you know, we know now that that's not true. What is true says legacy is that seventy five percent of the white patients either paid cash for the buprenorphine visit or used private insurance that doesn't explain the gap entirely? But Dr Andrew kalani at Brandeis university says it's a big factor because only five percent of doctors have taken the eight hour training needed to prescribe the drug the few that are doing it or able to really name their price. And that's the reason why individuals with more resources who are more likely to be white are more likely to access treatment with you. Phen- doctor Nora Volkov who heads the National Institute on drug abuse calls. The study findings surprising and disappointing. We need to plunge into understanding why why is responsible for these disparities. Because once we understand why these responsible, then we can tackle them the authors of the study say health officials in each state need to look closely at how much Medicaid pays doctors to treat patients who are addicted higher reimbursement could ensure that doctors in high overdose areas, prescribe buprenorphine and would encourage all prescribers to take insurance and not just cash for NPR news. I'm Martha bebinger in Boston. This story is part of a reporting partnership between NPR WB you are. And Kaiser health news.

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From Zero to 20k/month with Sports Coaching in 90 Days with Sasikumar Ramu

The Dave Pamah Show

49:45 min | 7 months ago

From Zero to 20k/month with Sports Coaching in 90 Days with Sasikumar Ramu

"Welcome to the dave thomas. Show the podcast. Fives restores and awakens. Your innermost capability. You have the training and the talent to succeed but do you have the guts to fail. I love what i do. We love what you do. You want to be the best at it. Today is about the power you you will change to find your path to success through the journey of those who have succeeded and now your host. Dave pomme today promise show. Today i have with me a former international soccer player. Turn sports entrepreneur who hosts a show on channel news. Asia called sports talk weekend. He runs a mentorship program for sports coaches helping them implement his propriety system called sports coaching business formula. His objective is to take sports coaches to twenty k. in revenue per month in ninety days ceremony record palmer show. Hi dave how are you thanks. I'm really excited to be here. Great pleasure having you as well Fellow spokesman obviously. I just did running in circles on a track. Well a couple of circles are far too but the same principle with sports. You know the mental saudi sports and getting prepared and everything else so you used to do something else kicking a ball around four pitch called soccer well football in the uk. Anyway that's right like like like you running around the track. I just ran around the pitch much of it. I was speaking as long as you scored. A goal is at the same time they play from school a little bit. But that's only because they make different sports at school. You know cricket and rugby that kind of thing so tell us about your your humble beginnings before we go into sports coaching business. Because you you turned into a entrepreneur actually finish playing soccer but how did you get into first place in soccer. So i'm maybe yeah so. Maybe i'll go back to my origin story right. That's where a lot of people stidham podcasts. Like this i'm a middle child of three kids Elder brother was pretty much involved in Playing soccer as a kid as we do in the neighborhoods. We just keep the ball around or kick anything. That's actually try. Yeah so that's that's all it all started so and i wasn't particularly talented. I'll put it that way. Because i enjoyed sports. I did also sports. I live was field. Hockey kinda kinda good at it. I made the singapore under fifteen team game to yet to when he came to football. I was in the best and and Because i was. I'm six foot four some big rights as we are growing up. I was probably the biggest and because the biggest kid couldn't play this the us to stick goal as coach. And just just just just blocked the goal right. So what i did but Eventually i started getting better at it. And you know during my teenage years i when i was deemed not good enough for hockey because We would you travel for international tournament. This was the singapore fifteen and the on the final day on the final day. He came to me and say you know what you're making the team because you know we're gonna take somebody also as a fifteen year old and you probably know this former sportsman yourself in your heart. I shed a period away from from actually from in a local conaway were. We've been london in the region in athletics around age fourteen in an a for bad patch. They're not took. Those boxing clubs took box in a bit. Then that's what. I was doing different sports at school. And it got me back into the lakes because obviously involves similar stuff. Yeah so yeah. He is good. That is good that you didn't you didn't stay away from it. I mean that's a new one for me. Yeah there's always the you know there's a saying right. Wonderful closes a window open so we know opportunity open for me with with with football and say that you know the first protocol was for me to Play for the schoolboys team. That singapore steam Again made that team didn't really play So my first flight of a singapore was actually bank with a singapore schoolboys team. And those my first experience going away and blaming the team and didn't really get much play time. But when i came back that kind of gave me the confidence that i can go all the way in football and what really happened is that then joined a local club playing with the nineteenth and One day just out of the blues have played senior level. Football at all i was just like eighteen. Nineteen i get a call from the club and even they were surprised. Like hey you got to call up from the singapore second team which is a singapore team and they want you to come for for trout. They're going away with the with the national team. The second national team they want you to come on a trial then. I was like what i haven't played senior football in a lot of their mass senior. Play so anyway. I get there. No butterflies in the stomach walking in the dressing room in all these guys have. I actually played. I football the plane with the national team so the reserves from the national team they all part of the second team and walking into the dressing room. All of them looking at me going like. Who's these guys like. We've never seen him right and So we had english coach cola. Better better the time and he went on to become Academy director for liverpool at some stage. His sons also would bid also played for liverpool. The i team. And then so i didn't start. The for savvy was just try game and second hour forty five minutes. He threw me on. Threw me on into the bitch. I was back right. I was six four wrong. Hell and so they got to mock the most talented young and upcoming striker. Singapore that left leg very good but the forty five minutes i to literally let him out of my pocket because i had in my pocket and then cook came to me and said you haven't played senior. Football is at now and he said you know what if you don't become a national foolish in player. I don't know who's going to become initiative so that was the start of my journey and now ben. I made the senior national team in You know played almost twelve years as a professional played. Thirty five games for single scott the most important goal for singapore in international competition in vietnam and And then my currency just kept rising and they won a lot of domestic titles but at twenty nine decided that. This was not what i was going to do all my life. I really enjoyed playing professional football. I started to think of my second career because you know even though we have a good living here it's not like playing the United not because it's like cricket. Everyone's going to india for that. It just depends where you are. Doesn't it really say so thinking about my future and coming back to the point where you say. It is for me in terms of my entrepreneurship. Funny enough if i can tell you. It's actually started at the age of fifteen fifteen when i was in secondary school. We got a couple of guys got together and say we're going to be the cool kids. So what are we gonna do is. We're going to throw this party right so we're going to sell a bunch of tickets. We're gonna have a tea party you know. I don't know if you if you had been to one of those just inviting some cool kids selling. Don't tickets some non alcoholic just just creating upon me raffle tickets. Yeah so so. What happened was that that venture failed spectacularly. A couple of thugs came in fight. Broke out into the hospital and it was a disaster. We base up so cost us about a eight hundred eight hundred dollars altogether. Then you at at the age of fifteen it might as well be eight million dollars rate. But luckily i yeah. Luckily one of the boys the mother she was square and she was entrepreneurial she said you know what boys tend to try. I'll pick up bill. But what i ended up doing is looking. Mcdonald's beta back I yeah. I always felt that always felt his This each of being an entrepreneur. I in twenty nine. I was even when i was playing in investing in events company and learning from them and stuff like that are always said this thing at one point in my life. I'll be an entrepreneur. Yeah well with you learn from a mistake. Sometimes it's best that you learned from mistake ladder. It wasn't even a mistake but the downside of a business and so recovering from that ready so so that probably got ready in a way so you finish your soccer career at lessons to baby. You finished his football career at twenty nine. Which in a way is a business in itself really even smaller money than the epl still kind of business in itself But of course. Entrepreneurship started after. You left because from what i can see an in your bio you. You went into markinor or study. Some markets in that big business in sports sports marketing. To tell us what. Yeah like. I said you know i've always had an interest in the business side of sports. I d really want to be a coach even though i tried right after my retirement to get coaching I didn't want to live their life because like a like a player. Coaching is also a lot of sacrifices. To let's twenty four seven seven. I didn't really want yeah. I didn't i didn't want that. I wanted to get away from it. Do something different. But i'll always was intrigued by the fact that you know there was a business restaurant sports as well right s. sports agent or a agency then started looking at that a little bit closely than i had the opportunity to leave australia right after playing. Okay yeah so so. I thought you know what. I'll take this opportunity. The only thing is that. I got married two weeks ago before i left australia because twitter. Yes so it was like two weeks in two weeks. After i got married i took off. The australia was on our honeymoon on my own which you'll have to watch and singapore. Yeah right so she she. She had to run a family business side to either go. There had a great time in australia in the sense that i was. I was living in melbourne city. Yeah yeah yeah. So the major sport yeah incident. There's some really cool stuff in that part of the world We were exporting australian. Excellence to india especially crickets managing greg. Chappell you might not name great chapel. Yeah yeah rings. I mean when i was at the komo gangs and ninety eight and this is a long time ago showing my age. The australian cricket team. I don was around then probably probably would have been named industrial in cricket managed demon and did some really cool stuff australia. But unfortunately you know like One thing was taking off which was my career. But the other thing was you know on a slow decline with obviously with my relationship with my marriage so came to a cross junction to decide whether the cardio or marriage than i thought you know what i can build a career but you you you lose the right one and then you gotta establish Yeah so i decided to quit. Move back to singapore to be with my wife and then started to look for jobs and no one really wanted to give me a job even though they're running australia. Yeah you thought you know what if nobody's gonna give me a job. I'm going to create a myself right. Yeah so that's when i started company called re-cut global started it with the started with my credit card with just one of these. You want table when desk at the office. And in a period of dina's building to evaluation of ten million actually got acquired Sixteen by big japanese when s massive. So what was caught doing. I mean there were sports management again all yup. That's being a full aging. Yeah you know so. That was low. Hanging fruit really understood that space wanted to be the agent that Completely different from what the guy said. I was exposed to At the agency will all the spots soccer agent. A football agent gets a bad rap for just trying to get the fastest buck. So i didn't want to be that i just wanted to add more value in them. So far you know Advising players holistically not just about the playing career. What they can do. Afterwards i started with the right intention. Then i realized quickly realized that that will belong to those people as in. You got to be able to keep your grandmother for a dollar and then it became a really a case of babysitting about forty players. I didn't really enjoy that. Due to to really do a bit more. And i i actually did my mazdas because that was one of the things that i wanted to do during the actually study so i went to. We're back to university and finished my Sports management marketing degrees from sheffield hallam university chef. On and i thought yeah so so now that i've done my masters i probably go to put it to us right. So we pivoted from being a glimmer agency to becoming a full service agency so got into sponsorship events marketing in all of this stuff so ended up doing a bunch of really cool stuff and And slowly started the first five years stuff like any other business right. I five years. It's where you are really chasing a tail to almost speaking up anything. And everything the lights on not really specializing that something that i teach my sport mentorship program where they quickly become an expert in something so that people can find you. Don't be like me. Spent five years trying to figure out what was especially in. Was i hero too. So but the moment we started doing some really cool stuff. I'm gonna probably share a story with you because might be very relevant to your audience. Yeah people talk about being resourceful right now and lot of entrepreneurs people don't start businesses because this is well. I don't have the resource. So what i thought was one day on the best ideas. Come from the time you're sitting on the toilet right. That's true as much. It's not want to be a true holiday. So so this idea of like you know what i because an agency you don't have any assets who are very light. Radio not governed by the contracts they apply give. So you're not really building anything you just had gotten and i said we aren't on something like like you have this podcast. Which is yes. That what what can i do. So i've always been intrigued by radio and always said if i could set up my own radio station so to to set up a brick and mortar radiation caused a lot of money right but yeah the internet kind of took that away like exactly what we're doing now so and i said let me built an online station but then i thought like i can't just be another line station. What online station can i beat. Then as you know that english premier league is huge in this part of the world. An and i said what if we english premier league then i was thinking not rights are too expensive. What about the radio rights. So then i got in touch with talksport in the uk global rights for fox news radio station. Yeah huge rate efficient. Really good people really cool people. So yeah i did a deal with them to say ninety days exclusive with me so that you can negotiate with anyone so i literally Said yeah okay. Nobody in the market you can go into it. So i kind of fixed up in and went to the two biggest possible bias of my idea which was a big telcos tooth alcoves rates in dhaka's always looking for content so one they had the Rate tv rights. They have cable at the ip tv and they said the dog out Interested regal devi rights but their competitors at home. You know what Competition at some sort of right. But you know. Let's listen so long story short in space of a two three weeks I ended up doing a seven figure deal with them for three years. Yeah we without even having a phone a headset. A studio presenters with nothing. I lived with his solar radio station on about pointers. in addition. wow yeah just one presentation. that's it that's oh so what's what's powerful. Imagination is powerful and again if you hone the skills of basically convincing people that your idea would work. And that's what i did. I mean i'm talking about talking about millions of dollars in just a moment edition so it's not about being having the resource is how resourceful you are right. I suppose so. Yeah yeah that's what it shows about is really getting Self development self interests of improvement and wanted to things is building resources being itself to to make some advances in life and business as well which you can give some tips there as well. But also i say that you also Was involved with consultant some royalties and politicians as well. So i mean you saw was out there with the big big players in the world. When you really say i mean was You know. I'm blessed in the sense that you know through the great work done. A lot of people started recognizing it and our also hired as a consultant for the asian football confederation Different football associations to get their operations look at the business marketing and stuff like that in through those. They realize that you know i had this. I suppose ability to look at undervalued assets and stuff like that and at the point in time The current king of malaysia. You the president of the football association of malaysia right okay. Malaysia malaysia is looking to privatize. They're li And i happened to be the right place right time at a meeting with him. Shed my ideas. On how i think they should actually privatize the league and that that piece of work that we did them eventually resulted into a deal designed for four hundred and fifty million fifteen years and was one of the key players in that deal. happened so really put a flag on that on that on the map in terms of the sports business. Well fantastic fantastic. I to see you there. Also an investor in the invested in the couple of football teams are more scary about investing. But i've done it before. Lost money gambling. But until i heard always invest. Don't invest more than you can lose con- careful but yeah you own to clemson us all on one. Yeah yeah so so it comes from a place where you've got to get burned understand what the investigation is all about like. You are not willing to lose money. Don't even start getting in there because not every everything you touch is going to turn into go and set the level of risk involved so you really need to know what you're doing for example. The football club that i invested in sending into a fourth division club in portugal. I lost everything because the guy basically to the money and ran away impulsive. A couple of people. Well that's not even losing money on a bad investment next is completely different. Thing is almost fraud isn't isn't it exactly but but you're all of the pictures. I think these are the things that come with. Being an investor being entrepreneur. You can't sit there a sedan and thing that all could have been have been must be new bus ride. So that there's a lot of buts i think what you really need to do. Is that really understand. The fact that money can be made yes. Time is something that is a commodity will never come back. Money can come back. yes So antique incident in every experience in the right frame of mind. So i'm not a guy that lived with grudges or i don't have i don't i try my best. I mean i'm only human. But i try my best not to engulf myself with this. All these negative feelings. They all happen for a reason. There's a lesson to be learned. So i kinda dig that in critical about that in that sense and that also has allowed me to to progress in my own personal development in my own career so yeah and and and recently about eighteen months ago we bought into a semi professional club in singapore with two other partners. Unfortunately we got relegated on the last day to only football in the sports exactly exactly But one of my wife for something else to say about those does as well sometimes. Just keep quiet when it still. That's why they say the better half right. Yeah come into wife jokes at the moment. Clean your anyway. Then you know so that The beauty about where. I am in life today that i kind of really experienced the various spectrums of being business owner. Whether it's a media ona football club owner agency or nah. Yeah i've been a jill invested in. I've you know i've actually made some good exits. I've failed spectacularly as well. So i think if you if you want to know what's sweet you need to know what's as well so i mean the thing is that you see with the red card business. You made a massive amount of money so that was an started from the ground up and then of course the radio station on the powerpoint for millions as well so i mean of course things worked with almost nothing signed for nothing really gonna go onto his. I mean obviously now have a concept business books mentoring business where people can go from zero to twenty k. Ninety days which. I suppose has been done. But i've never heard about in sports. Smu because my didn't have a lot of money on track is kind of more amateurish semi professional sport compared to soccer nba. So is it possible to go from zero to twenty nine hundred days of sports coaching business. I think you know when you when. I kind of said it to a friend of mine. She's in the copy copywriting business. In fact i was surprised to invest thirty percent to acquire thirty percent of business end. She said this is what you do. It almost sounds yummy. What what direct response. Marketing is right so you tell people exactly what you do because of so many things that happen online. It almost sounds me but if you you're the receiving end of the of the success and results you'll probably start to feel that this the best thing in sliced bread right and it's life changing like twenty one for anybody's life changing isn't it and and i've got successes in india also sports i At sports coaches who follow my system in sign up forty seven kids on one weekend resulting in seven euros in revenue. I've had a basketball coach in the in the us. He's just going from three to the last county sent me an email us to sixteen gone and he sent me an email saying that he wants to finish five hundred thousand. That's almost forty thousand a month. He's got the system that i created for him. So an testimony all out there so So what. What have i done with that. So there's no magic to this. If i'm being kabila i like to say that some sort of a magic sauce behind it eighty s. Just what i've done is i have almost diluted all my age of Being the in this business for almost sixteen years now found a an and and found the fastest way to get somebody from starting with an idea already doing something and taking them to take care of monday. Ninety days i tell you this came from. I really wanted to help. Athletes formatted to make that transition easy. I was not even then. I found really hard to make that transition from being bradley you my life after after sport but i also realized that at least the hottest reach because when they are athletes they don't think about anything else they just want to compete. They always lead to later. So i couldn't really impact a life but also realized that talking hundreds of their msa realized that a lot of them ninety percent end up becoming sports coaches. Yeah yeah so. If i if i actually went to the other end of the spectrum where go just then the impact is a bit more. So that's why. I started like i said i. I've got clients from all over the world now and a lot of my work is in the north america where i just feel that. They are a bit more open to to help because must be biggest in the world and it's business. Sports is big business out there grinding. Their college system. So yeah so. I did a similar webinar for a group of coaches in canada. I must say on. Friday and this morning was on a on a call with one of them. That felt that they really enjoyed the web. Anais it can you walk. We'd be sassy so spend thirty minutes is just signed on for the program Because it's it's a it's a very logical way of me helping people to to get from place on the maybe could be doing to three thousand dollars to twenty because they're ups right so One of the first things. I do is to start looking at someone's belief because what happens with a lot of us right. We don't know what we don't know right. Yeah the reality right. Yeah and and if i. If i told someone like if i told you i'm gonna get you to twenty months and you how you're going to do that okay. Secondly that's that's purely because you don't know how we're gonna get you that clear so and a lot of it is because you are here right now. You have certain skill sets that you look accumulated to be here right now like talking to me right to to get to twenty k. You need to be a different person. Because he needs to have different skill sets to get but in self help and all that and self development a lot of it is dixie of find out who you are like. Find out who you are. Yeah that's okay. That's great but that's not going to serve you going forward now right because not who you want business skills exactly so successfully schools if you look at all the most successful people on earth. They have a certain way. They dress the talk. You know the kind of books they read and stuff like that some big fan of fulling success like. How did this guy do it right. So whether it's richard branson whoever it is right so i think the best rates and i say okay if i need to get to indicate what's the mindset that i must have. I must have that. I going to invest myself. I got some flaws. Maybe i'm late for training or late for work or whatever whatever my florida. I'm gonna fix all of that. So that i pride myself success. So one of the biggest things. That working coaches i realized that they are the bottleneck like they are their own enemy. They're the biggest enemy. yeah so someone else. So sow fulfilling prophecy weekly. Exactly what what we ended up doing. We fixed the mindset. Like you need to be ready for the big time. Like twenty as life changing. Are you ready for that because a lot of people are not ready. Don't worry about. How are we going to get there but you fix. I fix yourself before you fix your business yourself as it all starts from within right so once we do that then we start looking at the the offer. I'll give you another idea another example. Another story tell you. I was with a gentleman yesterday on a call while he's from uk so he has a as sofa. He's trying to sell any said. Can you help me. Because i'm trying to sell cannot be part of your program said so what are you doing. He says i'm selling software for one hundred eighty dollars a year. I get twenty percent of that. So i said well you get twenty four dollars for years work in essence right and he said yeah and what you do. You want to get to assist ten k. a month then. I'm like that's over four hundred people that you knew decide on a monthly basis to reach ten k. If you're working on a twenty percent. I said that's not going to work for you. So but he's been banging the door for the last one year with this product getting anywhere so it had nothing to do with him or whatever is the product just can't get him to a place there you to go. That's simply no money in it. Yeah yeah so so. He's actually doing the wrong thing. Which is counterproductive. so i basically had to You know. Drop the bad news to him. Say what's going to happen like you really need to rethink of your models. Lowest sports coaches. What they have is that they have models that don't really get allow them growth. So i'll give an example instead of instead of charging month-to-month i start to get them to think about result base. competition what does that mean so Let's let's do a quick exercise here right. let's say let's say you're coach or a personal trainer. Let's try that's relevant to you. Which online nobody comes to you. Yeah okay so okay. here's some free consultation for you or not. Yeah let's role player. So so who who. Who'd who are your ideal customers in that sense well Deal with People that want to just take the fitness to another level and obviously when i did five final as a stressful occupation. Maybe people talk soft patient that needs to keep on a high level of fitness but also any sports athletes entrepreneurs as well. Okay he just wants to be in that same mindset and fitness levels. Okay great so what is your call currency in your business. Like why do they come to you. Well hopefully because of my experience and knowledge of international f lee and. Obviously i've learned as a firefighter. You know in the front line in the same grade same so that you might have enjoyed screams what you do okay. No that's valid outcome. They looking for working with you. I give both physical mental training so meaning and not only just the body and getting the body in shape and not talking about going on any fat diets or anything like that but just just actually be an shape but also mentally as well and of course both works together physically immensely the endorphins. Then are at mindfulness into it and stuff. No meditation maybe small or breath work dependence because of not scare if you because it's a new concept to a lot of people but actually now become very much of the fitness industry now and sports also has been a big thing in sports. You know some big big spokespeople. Use this in my training. Got it perfect. So i wanna give you an analogy for you to think about when somebody goes to buy a drill they your hardware shop and they buy a drill not actually buying a drill. They wanna hole in the wall. That's right yeah. Otherwise might be a hammer drill. Not kind of flimsy. Just don't forget what your so. So actually that whole action of going to shop off to buy a very expensive drill is literally to get a hole in the wall. Yes right so. I i like to get people to start thinking about giving people the whole instead of telling them that. You are the drill right. So what do i mean by that. Let me let me explain so in your business like you said yes a your your personal finished training. They are coming to you for a couple of things like you mentioned. Maybe they want mental health. They want a fitness. So the real outcome is people want to feel good about themselves. That's every outcome. Yeah right that's the real but it manifest in different ways to say. I want to be healthy so that different especially the personal training business. There are people specifically want to lose weight for their wedding for the whatever because body would be of scouts. Jim culture because there's other phones personal training. Of course there's yogurt that's part of islam is don't teach that big. Yeah exactly so one of the things that is really really important and to be really successful in this is to be ultra clear on who have like ultra kiara because the money is in the niche. Yes narrow the audience can be the moment. You're gonna make me because i kind of cringe. Somebody telling me that as the united states everyone like down as fast as it can be very easy thing to do. Because i think people want to say no. I just want to make as much money as possible to serve. Everyone doesn't quite products are a bit more better. Because it's what you've done what you can offer but you know when you look at three four but i look at it. I've been around or the miran now in this. I would probably come to me. Let's meet hasley. So what i would i would. I would suggest that. Let's do this. Exercise right so. Let's if i if. I asked to rephrase that again now. Let's do exercise. Can you give me a song. You start thinking if you touch would you don't have to but i hope this doesn't happen to if if one someone your loved one gets lost and you are now. Ask to go to the police station and give a description about them. You will not miss up any details straight. I've been absolutely. Yeah it was. It's my wife and my young daughter year. How absolute especially the they can easily happen. Kids get group is going to be super like you going to be so detail that you give the off put least every chance for finding a right. Yes so so what happens in business is that we don't do that. We keep it as broad as possible because we have this fear that oh we we're gonna leave money on the table we ultra-clear by unless we know who we serve. We don't know how to reach them. Yes right so you mentioned firefighters. Like people in stressful. Even go to say that. Hey you know what. I just going to target firefighters. That could be a good thing to do. Actually because that's really where yes old firefighters around the world right. This is my so. I will say i helped firefighters. And let's put matrix and put a clear outcome. So can you then quantify your outcome like after they work with you. What will happen to them. Well they'll probably build a good set of resiliency through a physical and mental training because it can only be learned. It's not something you really born with. One has their own degree of it can you. Can you quantify that outcome account. Now i would like to do that. Maybe okay let me share that you so this is all so you say resilience. And what's the other one. The us just mindset physical physical strength. Yeah okay and let's building really that's ultimately. If i went to do some motivation speaking. That would be my topic. Suppose my main topic. Because every other topics i can speak american speak about sports. Obviously my background. And how long do you typically work with a client like. how how. How long did they have to work with you to get an outcome. That very but i think it took into you know where they might be elsewhere. Now that could have had an injury or really been depressed or something stressed out. It could be an entrepreneur. There is an earlier trial or something. I'd say at least ten weeks. Okay okay great. So one of the psychology human beings is that they don't want to spend too long to get an outcome right. Just don't want people say it's ten months ten weeks so what we kind of tell them is that okay. Here's here's something that how. I would rephrase if you asked me to come up with what we call a million message for you this. I have firefighters around the world with due to build resilience and mental toughness. Yeah and double double debt in ninety days so any firefight the any message that if you take this message and put it in front of firefighter. He's going to resonate with that. Right about w nine hundred days. So so. that's the matrix right. So if i it if they worked with you will they be a twice as better as what they were before this all right. Okay well hopefully. Yeah it works. It's the same we've in football isn't shake your fitness trance. Because i had a friend of from athletics who trained chelsea football club players. I i so. Don't get in shape and if engineer getting back in shape so absolutely yeah exactly right. So it's not an outrageous claim but because then you gotta be good for for what you say at least who acts their mental capacity resilience and double the mental resilience and overall wellbeing. Right through your program so as soon as you put this message out. It's so easy to get people who with that to put up their hand and say what do you mean by that. I mean just to know so that's segmentation so all of all of a sudden. Now you have a product that means something to someone roy. See that then. You find that person now. So if i told you. Do you know where firefighters hang out online. There is yeah. i'm on a few of them. Yeah okay there you go. There are international ones on nineteen and things around the world right so so if you come up with a will class online product which reteaching that program anyway on how to then take all your expertise and then turn it into a three step program. The days i teach that as well. And if you take this piece of Message that put it in a in a group where hundreds of firefighters you think the chances somebody say. Hey i'm interested to speak to you where you got. There would be suddenly a few things some days where they've done there. Is one person training group. Wait only purely on fitness lights that yeah station lion there so as compared to earlier what you said you know. I help people. Kind of see. Mention physi- astro. So will that resonate with them but all this message is better with him. I'd imagine the one way or they think there's something that's going to help me. Yeah right yeah that's right. Yeah if you do it like that and it's copy written in a certain way. Yeah that's me. I think captain in the that's going to resonate more. Isn't it really than so. I think that's that's the biggest challenge with sports today. They wanna be hero to everyone and then the company wrote to non so so so by. Just doing that just doing that. So now what happens is that your program is nine hundred eighty program right and your outcome so they have to pay for the ninety days they drop off at the or sixty because they don't get the two x whatever you're giving. Yeah so utah. Now people for ninety days. Then what does that do to your business. You solve your cash Issues you got cleveland's offense the front. Yeah yeah i'm with you now doesn't make sense. It does make sense. And that's what a lot of personal trainers. Did they do a program in any us pay for three months in advance for free month's program not a lot of people stayed at them because you giving them a concrete outcome yeah in right so they can't stop halfway so so just by doing this. This is what we call. Small hinged open big doors That's one of the things that we did with the basketball coach that he's taken his business. Now he's all these guy l. this clients that were paying one one off now all transition into paying thousand nine hundred ninety days in advance now. He's gone from ernie through three now to on his way to making hopefully half a million because he needs to do a few more things there but at least sixteen to twenty and see now you can start to imagine how you can actually get that going right. Yeah and of course when you're looking at that if you look at the figure of firefighters all over the world because any apply to any of them for good affordable fee that i it. Let's just let's just take a arbitrary figure fifteen hundred ninety days or two grand for ninety days. Is you think think so. Yeah so so. How many do you really need to command to get any kit. That's ten and how many firefighters are. They are on the world but the other thing i know is about some of the pies. Seen doing these programs and retied myself is that they say anyone that wants to be a firefighter can also use program. Anyone it's retired can do as a kind of pre post retirement kind of fitness thing because it's all related to the training that they know about but anyone can do that to get anyway. Let people do boxing. Training to keep fit. People do is like that so yeah yeah exactly so i think i think the whole idea is to be very specific meeting sure that you are giving a clear outcome charged him well for it and then create your own signature solution. Your take all the expertise in all the stuff that you experience and make it a part because then you can scale the products like internally you know go to as many people as possible because your system is proven. You're doing this over and over game then you create an intellectual property known business now. They're not just dave the firefight that you've got a formula that works formula that works results and it's actually be quite different because a lot of people that do the fine fit program only just due to fitness side only physical side not the resilience and mental side because sleep and stress management. It's also very important and everything else and you probably nutrition came into your soccer career to drink. Water went to hydrate and your main thing is the skill of way position was that was your skill senior. You had a team behind so in a nutshell. That's that's that's the program but obviously we have three three stages that people take people through a nine mini steps there and you know it just takes one hour day for you to implement ideas that we teach and all the action that we teach in like. I said you know people have a really good really good results using formula. Serve as i say. I mean people putting packages in. I've never seen how it's done but obviously package in the price but of the ones that are successful conceive really done some fine tuning in nizhny that is a big big Kind of advice out there in the business world and especially as lot things online as well. It's this does. It needs to take a online digital marketing expertise. Not necessarily know what i do is that i. I know that there's a lot of people that you know afraid when it comes to tech right now or this so almost made it Step-by-step like you just have to follow a step-by-step even if you're a newbie. Even if you're just setting up your facebook page instagram page made it super simple so that you have no excuse not to execute. That's all right so took a taste of what you do or do you have any offerings or anything that you can so what i'm gonna do. Is that because you've been so kind to let me speak the audience. I'm going open up a couple of slots just for from your audience to get on a what. I call a strategy corey me and if you already have a coaching business. Sports coaching business. You're thinking on setting up one already have one Let's get in touch. I like to help you Located your free on it you know and and tell you exactly where are the levers in your business and at the end if you think that we are a good fit. I think you're a good fit. And if you want to continue working me fine i'll tell you exactly how that works otherwise i just wanna be of value. So i've got a couple of spots this month. I opened up so they maybe if your audience can email me at mental at your business mentor dot com right and yet i will. I'll send you the while we set up a time to chat. Show you what anyone listening. I will put the link on the show notes. Soviet choir big resume. That says has a here. So you'd have to scroll right down the bio with all the great stuff. He's done in his whole career and you will see sports business mentor dot com at the bottom. So when you finish listening you want to refer back you can click right onto lincoln get straightforward to his information. Yes and just just just to pay attention that send me an email. The most responsive to emails mental at spots business mentor dot com. Like i said you know as you can imagine. There's a lot of people they reach out to me here. And just just dave. I want to open up a few slots for your show. You the great. Yeah be grateful for that and you also given a thirty day. So what i do what i do is that yeah so what i do is that you know. Obviously the way. I started this a lot of people were worry about. Is this for me or maybe this is not for me. Maybe baby scammer. You know that kind of online right. Yeah i mean i understand. It's it's it's a perfect worry so what. I actually ended up doing his that. I've got this a thirty day Refund i suppose Policy where after thirty days. If you feel that this is not for you. You're not going anywhere with it. No questions asked. I refund the money. I just don't need drama in my life. I just get him back. But i can guarantee you that this will be life changing since i started out at one requests for refund. That's why reverse the risk for us so absolutely free and enjoy the right. I mean this is. This is my way of saying that. I begged my product in Back the success that people excellent sassa of thanks for also the little consultation you gave me maybe think of a function a little bit more although it was a car kind of almost there anywhere else both with i'm trying to say yeah you also have a radio show not me you present as well. When is as you tell us about that before we go. Yeah so Two years ago one of the major broadcast this year. The the guy who runs the station came to me and say Interesting thoughts about sports Would you like. Do you know Own radio station radio show on the weekends that we can give you a flawless lots. You can basically whatever you want about how those my childhood dream right only show like. Yeah yeah so so. I jumped chance i mean. Obviously the ensure him that. I was like Let me think about it. But when i walk out the office that's been going really well we've been. We've been water the number one sports country. Yeah yeah single thing about that is that you can travel the world with that lack of olympics coming up in japan. And that's what. I think you do other sports from i do i do so percent of my content is football anyway but yeah it's been going really well and i really enjoy it. Yeah that's great. that's great well. I wished i could be in that position. But you never know with this talk also so it's got to raise me well so it so anyway sesa. Yeah well. it's great. Thanks for coming to kuwait pleasure. Speaking to you in the show off cfl a sports person and an interest as well with the coaching a now so thanks for. Give me the my audience. 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Antonio Brown to the Bucs! (10/23 Fantasy Football Podcast)

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

13:57 min | 11 months ago

Antonio Brown to the Bucs! (10/23 Fantasy Football Podcast)

"Bruce Arians once said that Antonio Brown was too much of a diva for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers food you he's a perfect fit apparently for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They're suggesting them to a one-year deal eligible to play and weeknight. It's Friday night. I'm not sure the last time we know Friday Night by Friday nights a great, Thank Dave. It's a late Friday night. Apparently. Yeah losing it. Yeah. Yeah. All right. So Dave and Jamie are here. I'll get out of the way and stop singing and let them talk Antonio who who is impacted the most positive or negative here Dave? What do you think? Positive, it's Tom Brady. I think it could end up being really good for Antonio Brown to we just don't know exactly what type of shape he's in and if he can still do the things that he was doing back in 2015 and prior to that and it's it's going to be rough on Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. Grok to Jamie your thoughts. I think God will be okay if they you know, keep him in the slot and you know as the inside guy if Antonio Brown comes in and plays in that office is going to be bad for Godwin. But Mike Evans I think is the one that's in trouble, you know, just looking at what his Target shares already been with Chris Godwin on the field and now you're adding Antonio Brown into the mix. It's clearly not good for all of the receivers because I'm bringing in a guy who you know is going to command targets to some degree. He's not just going to be Scott Miller or you know, Justin Watson or you know, Tyler Johnson or any of these guys, he's on a different level. So, you know, and any momentum that Rob Gronkowski has been building is is not good the hope that Chris Godwin was going to be a top-five wide receiver. Probably not he's still be tough tough guy, but the two big Winters here are Antonio Brown and Tom Brady because Brown gets team and he gets apply and Brady now gets just another weapon to this Arsenal. So they're the best offense in the NFC wage. And we'll see if they're able to yeah carry this out to the the circle. Yeah, I think the biggest winner out she trick question DK Metcalf. Yeah. Yeah thank faith of relief. Okay. So let's rank the wide receivers rest of season and tell me where you think they are just amongst the field Jamie. You said you think God we can still be top ten? So do you like brown better than Evans? How do you rank them at what? What are they rest of season Godwin's one and he's still a number to fantasy wide receiver. I'll I'll drop him down to that range Evans is still to just based on his life having an established role in this offense with Bruce Arians and having an established rapport with Tom Brady with the Buccaneers. Obviously Brady and Brown played together in Tampa Bay, excuse me in New England for that brief stint, but off Evans over Brown and then Brown is third. So I would say Evans and brown can be number three fantasy receivers. It's kind of like the Cowboys, you know, there's going to be a week or two where there's a guy that's good and week or two or there's a guy that's bad. But God was the one that also started a weekly basis Dave your thoughts. I gotta tell you I don't think I told you a brown signs if Evans and God winter healthy and productive and good to go home. I am Scott Miller been banged up to so okay. They got him to replace Scott Miller. Maybe that's possible. I think I think it's okay to rank Brown third for now from a group, but it wouldn't surprise me in the least if three weeks from now, he's the best receiver the group and right back to a number one receiver. And I know that's not going to be fun to hear a lot of people don't like Antonio Brown and off the field. He's crazy, but I'm thinking solely of what his potential is we saw it in one game not even for the whole game, but he got four passes 56 yards and a touchdown from Tom Brady with the Patriots. This is a more explosive offense defense is if all three of these receivers are on the field plus crunk, holy guides. It's it's a dog Team, they're not going to be able to say all right, we got a double cover and it's going to be the same defense. They see every week. It's going to be the same type of defense of the chief see every week where they're like, please please don't throw on us will let them run the ball five yards per carry and then we'll hope to stop you inside the 20, please don't do it and Brady's going to say nah, man. I'm going to throw and he loves Antonio Brown. He wouldn't do this if he didn't love playing with him for one stinkin game. He's been playing with Evans and Godwin for a little while now and he I don't know if he begged to get Antonio Brown there, but I'm sure he went to Bruce Arians. It said I'd love to have this guy on the same and Bruce Arians relented and said, okay, he's he's going to be paying the but but the price is right. It's a one-year deal. Let's get him in here. His potential is literally League winner. Now, it's floor could also be a black hole on your fantasy roster. But if you're picking them up off the waiver wire at this point or if you've already done it, which is what most people have done. Yeah, 64% roster, right? Yeah. It's going to be close to a hundred really dead. Soon and I don't blame you one bit for it now. Yeah, you have to wait a little bit if the wait two weeks trying to trade him immediately if I picked them up off the waiver where if you can get something good. So what would you get like who would you be looking for? I'd rather have Godwin. So I traded forgotten. Would you rather have Marquise Brown? No. Would you rather have Terry McLaurin thousand percent would rather Amari Cooper a thousand percent now as a percent a thousand percent a lot for Amari Cooper after what we saw rather see em a thousand percent over Brown. Yeah. Okay. It's kind of impossible to imagine these three wide receivers and Rob Gronkowski all being good for Faith at least consistently and I think the Cowboys are probably the best example to look at okay Amari Cooper Gray Seal am great Michael Gallup dud and I would say tight end position pretty damn good for them. So that's three out of four. Keep in mind Dak Prescott still able to run the ball and run the ball, but they were doing historic things Dak Prescott was on Pace for 6,000 passing yards short of that 5939. So you're not going to have a 6000 yard passer is Gronkowski. They are man out do we just not know do we have to wait and see and the good thing is we don't do anything right now. We have to walk. Before he's back before his playing so, you know, like it's just hard to imagine all of them being good. Maybe it's a revolving door the thing that's different for Tampa Bay this year, you know we talked about this but I think on Thursdays podcast Adam is that you know, Bruce Arians hasn't didn't have a run game last year like this. He didn't have a defense. Yeah for the majority of the year like this but there's still six and pass attempts per game to bring that up as a good transition not the same as they were a year ago know so there's there's still and as we've seen the last couple of weeks, you know, they're they're winning without having to throw the ball over the place else and so last week though, so I actually I looked in all this right before right before the show. I wanted to give the numbers actually let's talk about this guy. They they have the number one defense in yards-per-play not scoring defense, but they obviously have a good defense Brady has thrown at least 35 times every game except for last week against Green Bay and that was an easy blowout win thirty eight to ten but there have been some games where they gave up Seventeen points ten number. And he's throwing 35 to 38 times. They gave up 19 points against the Bears through 41 times. They're on Pace for 595 pass attempts. I said, they were serious attempts per game their seventh last year. They threw 630 times. So 595 is still pretty high number, you know, Jamie talked about the past tense talk about Ronald Jones and off there. This is a fascinating move. It's just fascinating. This might be the you said the best offense in the NFC. So that's good to know. You know, they're going to be great offense. But do you see him throwing less you see him throwing more exact same disgust I mean I'm going to guess you're going to throw the same as he has been but you know, this is now three weeks of the Run game being really good and that's without Leonard fournette, you know, so for Netta fees right is going to only help the Run game, you know and make them if he's you know, doing things similar to what Ronald Jones be able to do with just your touches that's going to be a good thing. You know, it's it's hard to defend the run when you have all these weapons at your disposal. The defense is going to put them in situations. They have the ball a lot because they're going to get a lot of three-and-outs and the other side. So I think this is a great team. It's a you know, it's a move that hopefully makes them better. You know, the only concern would be is does it do anything to the locker know and does that cause a problem because Antonio Brown's had some issues in the locker room before specifically in Pittsburgh in in Oakland. I hope everything you know, is is A+ sanchito for this but again Brady wins, you know, he gets he gets another guy that he is clearly comfortable with and is going to make him, you know better with his production. I hope it doesn't take away too much from the other day. Guys, but at the same time, I hope Antonio Brown's able to help fantasy managers, but I think this is just going to be one of those situations where from an offensive standpoint. They're probably in the 35 pass attempt range in those 35 passes, you know, you just have to hope that it's seventy-eight targets for the three receivers and and the same thing maybe 4, and you just take your chances with them each week and then you hope that they can turn you know, it's I hesitate to say that Antonio Brown will be as consistent as he was in Pittsburgh. He was outstanding in Pittsburgh, but he got a lot of Targets in Pittsburgh and there was more of a targets per game. So he probably won't be quite that good unless one of Evans and Godwin end up not playing for a while and and he's there to basically replace one of them because they're so banged up and that is within the realm of possibility here in which case is Target share would also go up we can't say for sure that that's the case, but it's dead. Interesting man, and and the fact that he's there it's just like I told you a few minutes ago defense is are going to play zone coverage. They're going to play back. It's going to make it easier for whoever's running the football for Tampa Bay to put up a really long number. So do you think Ronald Jones is a winner now for winner. He's a winner if he keeps the job. Okay. I think he's got I think he's earned enough leash where he can make two mistakes and then he loses it off where I mean like one mistake in Bruce Arians, like couldn't wait to yank him off the field now I bet he's got himself at least one extra mistake Bruce said on Friday cuz Leonard fournette's going to place in week 7, he was asked what's his role going to be and he said he's going to have the same role essentially. So that's the back up but it's also the fourth quarter guy. That's what he ought to be. Okay. We'll see if that's what he does what he said. Anyway, we never saw a play out. You know, we'll see we'll see what format does because this is a game. They should win. You know, if the offensive line for the Raiders is as bad as it is off and eight and they're playing with the lead and we'll see what they do with for now. We'll see what they do with Ronald Jones will see if this is a motivating factor for the to Tampa Bay receivers, you know whole further healthy recipe is rather have Tom Brady or Matt Ryan. I'm comfortable with Ryan. Yeah, I think as long as Ryan has a healthy Julio. He's got a higher ceiling. Yeah Tom Brady or Ryan Tannehill ready. It's I hate disrespecting Tannehill over and over again. And I said I wasn't going to do it but I'm doing it. It's Brady Josh Allen or Brady Alan Alan's got you right now, but I would love to sell high on him and Bi-Lo on Tom. By the way. Did you see who the people play week 12 on the Patriots or the Box the box. I'm sorry. If I achieve each other they played the Chiefs and the next TV. That's yeah, that's Minnesota Atlanta Detroit Atlanta that's weeks fourteen fifteen sixteen Seventeen years of the year. Yeah, Minnesota twice Atlanta Atlanta's week 17 one of them and Detroit. It's just Tom Brady has a chance to be a total League winner. But the thing is, you know, you never know if they're just going to Be blowing teams out. I think they're gonna win the Superbowl. Sorry. They just think they got away. I think they're going to go to the Superbowl feel pretty everybody's healthy. And there's there are no distractions off the field. I think that's absolutely a contender. It would be history first host team playing in there. That's right. Oh, wow, wow was like thirty-five and but the lightning bulb the Rays What about oh, wow. Yeah. What are you here for Tampa Bay Area sports. Well instead of Florida. I mean the heater in the Hebrew in the finals. Yeah. Yep. Well, I mean that's you just reminded me. The World Series is on so I'm going to go I heard that so I'm going to turn the I'll get to the World Series on right now. Watch a little baseball. Thanks for joining us on this Friday night. FYI. We already recorded this Saturday mailbag, and we talked a little bit about Antonio Brown. We had no idea he was signing with the bumper. I gotta tell you Frank stample amazing in San Antonio Brown to the box and given that full breakdown about how that'll go. Just unbelievable job. Yeah. I don't remember what happened. Look at Brady's going to say that Tonio Brown. Okay, you should trade for Tom Brady because that's going to happen. And he said prospects were for touchdowns gonna score for Chicago. So he also he also on Tuesday said look for Carson Wentz to hit Boston Scott for a game-winning touchdown, and he said Daniel Jones will trip after lady yard run when he had a touchdown from I mean Frank is Jeep off. I don't know what this is all about, but I think it ready to go. Okay. Everybody will will talk to you on the mailbag which is already been recorded and then Sunday some NFL action. Have a good one and

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Pigeon Forge, TN

The Family Vacationer

29:04 min | 1 year ago

Pigeon Forge, TN

"How about a family vacation filled with Adventure entertainment? And one of the cons Scenic views from thrill rides to shows to shopping delicious food Pigeon Forge Tennessee truly has something to offer the entire family Leon Downing executive director of the Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism stops by on episode 26 of the family vacationer and it starts right now. Go to the family vacationer with Rob and Danny with Bill to podcasts for families on the Move. Hey friends, I'm Rob and I'm Danny and this is episode 26 at the family vacationer. We invite you to subscribe to the podcast. So you don't miss an episode also, make sure and visit the family vacation or. Live and sign up for our newsletter. So you can get travel deals and important information on traveling during a unpredictable times 8 today's episode is going to be jam-packed with information Pigeon Forge has so much to offer one of the things that stands out about this area is the good mix of indoor versus outdoor activity and another standout as the variety of accommodations from Shelly's in the mountains to Resorts with indoor water parks and families are guaranteed to find a place to stay that suits their needs and that's true and one of the cool things about it is for every it hits every price point. So if you want economical, they got it if you want luxury they've got that as well. So I know my family we used to travel up just about every month. Winter and we one of the best vacations that we ever had we were up in a cabin in the mountains lost power and we played we played board games all night by candle. So good memories. It's a fun thing. Absolutely. Absolutely and and again breakfast in Pigeon Forge is the coolest thing ever. Like I could eat. I think every time we go up I think I do eat breakfast three meals at home. So, you know, it's it's interesting. I'm not it's not a place that I you know want to go all the time, but I do have to say the fall is my favorite time of year. And when you had up here and you see Forest solid yellow leaves, it is absolutely amazing. And you know before my dad passed away, we they like to go up there once a year. We take the whole family. We stay in a hotel had its own pool. We just made so many great memories up there. It was really good time to think back on. Yeah, and there's so many hiking trails up there again and in the south Era of covid-19 want to get away from people? Yeah. It's a great stop. So joining us today to talk about Pigeon Forge is Leon Downey Leon served as executive director of the Pigeon Forge Department of Tourism for an impressive thirty years Leon's previous stops include serving as executive director of The Oak Ridge convention and visitors bureau as tourism development manager with the Knoxville Convention and Visitor's Bureau, marketing manager for the Blount County Chamber of Commerce and smoke Smoky Mountain Visitors Bureau. He's a graduate of the University of Tennessee and a proud veteran of the United States Army, but Lian, thanks for being on the show welcome. I appreciate the oil changes share with your followers. Solely on what makes Pigeon Forge in the Smoky Mountains a place that family should consider when they're scheduling their family vacations great question Danny. We're basically our home only you're a tourism destination the family tourism destination. So when people are here they're here on vacation. So consequently, it's very easy for us to do research and we're constantly asking are guess what they don't like what they don't like what they want to see more of what they don't want to see more of and then number one thing and the 32 years that I've been here. They say every year is the scenic beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains. Number one and number two is always the variety of attractions at Pigeon Forge offers them. So those two things together, I think our primary reason that people come here and that's why our guests tell us every year. It's the same thing over and over and over again, right? Well Leon as a travel agent the biggest questions I get from families are always the same questions there where to stay what is there to do and most importantly, you know wage. To eat and I know yes Pigeon Forge, especially breakfast. I don't want to I don't want to make the other meals jealous, but breakfast in Pigeon Forge is something special. So can you talk a little bit about you know, where to stay off? What there is all the things to do. We could probably do entire podcast on what there is to do in Pigeon Forge, but just kind of Hit the highlights. They're sure well, it's where despite we have over fourteen thousand five hundred ninety-two loging into Center City. We have a deal over 84 hotel rooms over 2,900 cabins over 2000 campsites over a thousand condos. So there's all sorts of places for people to stay in the think that a lot of people makes this destination different is that 2900 cabins? A lot of people when they think about coming to the Smoky Mountains Thursday rather than stay in a hotel they want to stay in a cabin in the mountains. So, oh yeah. Those are very popular right now this with this code thing going on are having drills in our catalog. Phones are stay in the hundred percent occupied all of them because people can sufficiently distance that way. So there's plenty of everything's on, you know, a budget property to luxury properties and think I noticed in the office today that dream more Resort. Yes. Yes one of you yes, sir. And so that's that Resort I think has been there five or six years and they were planning before the covid-19 hit this year to have another hotel announce another hotel and that will come back so in and you've been in the hotel, so when people ask me about it I said it's typical Dolly. Yes God it is. So yeah. There's a thing that makes us really successful I think is because we have America's most visited national park seven miles down. The road from is Great Smoky Mountain National Park them over twelve million visitors there last year and the tire time that I've been in the tourism business here in East Tennessee. He's forty-two years Great Smoky Mountains National Park is always the most visited Rome. Say last year, he got nipped over 12. The thing that makes that Park really go is if there's no commission charge it's one of fourteen national parks and Department actual system that has no admission charge. So free attractions signal and at this time of that we're experiencing right now people want to be outdoors be away from other people that Park is huge. It has over five hundred fifty thousand acres of space in it half of the park is in Tennessee after the park is in North Carolina. So there's over 800 miles of hiking trails in the park over twenty nine hundred miles of streams in the park. So plenty of places to get away and get away from people if you'd like to do that so that having that in our backyard look out and see that everyday when you're here plus the variety of attractions really have the best of both worlds and I have shopping is still a big thing in Pigeon Forge. My wife loves. There's a Christmas store forgive me. I can't remember the name of it and I couldn't find it online credible. Yes dead. Oh my gosh, she we cannot go up there without going to that store near a lot of years and didn't very successful not if you've not been here in a few years that digs family owns The Inn at Christmas Place of birth. The antique Christmas flies right across the street from it and it's it has a hundred sixty three rooms in every room in and sleeping room in it has a Christmas tree and it decorated 365 days a year. They have Santa Claus Atkins and things to the kids and write letters to Santa Claus and it's women love Christmas primarily and off and I did I told a story the other day and that hotel first opened. I had a travel writer from Southern Living here to experience physical work and we put her at that hotel and throughout the forget if that night and asked her. How was that what you think of the hotel in the first words out of her mouth were oh my God that did what what it is dead. Makes family looked at all these different brands of Hotel Beds and they chose to have a separate bed made in Morristown, Tennessee there a hotel fare. So a lot of guests that stay there will end up wage is so comfortable that they end up buying that bed from so it's a really unique hotel and their occupancy and average data rates are off the charts. Okay. I just gotta say I don't know about you, but I'm one of those people that Christmas is the best time of year and for me to be, you know, seeing a Christmas tree when it's not Christmas that might be a little tough for me, but I know there's some people that just they won't Christmas all year long exactly get enough of it. So that sounds great. Exactly. Yeah. There's actually the general manager told me a couple of years ago that had been opened maybe four years or so that they had one family that was from sixty miles away that it stayed in the same room 35 times instead of trash. 3507 an antique Christmas Place was their room and they come so repeatedly that when they run them come in the front door the front desk staff knows them by now. They know them that happens quite often here. To be honest with you. It's a a lot of our guests that come here come repeatedly I researched says and he sees the year at least eighty percent of the people who come here are repeat guest right what I'm looking to five times a year and they don't stay for the time normally, but if they come multiple times a year, it's good as a weekly vacation. And the reason they do that is because the town changes seasonally and because there's always something new and down to do here every year Well you bring up Christmas. I know, you know, we talked before we started recording but we used to come up there every winter and Christmas and that area is just there's just something special about it off and we started a program together with our sister cities and Gatlinburg and Sevierville. Thirty-One years ago be disciplined this November. I think it's 31 years cost Smoky Mountain Winterfest and the first name. He's agreed to put up Mentor major winter lighting displays to drive traffic to our cities because before Dollywood, I guess before I guess it was for 1989, They would close at the end of the year the largest attraction Sevier County and when the leaves fell off the tree, then this place was a ghost town. So we tried to figure out something we could do between the three cities to be encouraged people to come back. So with the three cities agreed to do winter lighting programs and then we went to Dollywood collectively to the largest attraction and from the market and said would you extend your season and they ought to do that usually instead of closing at the end of October they agreed to stay open February. And so that is really grown. That was the impetus that gave us the opportunity to grow the program having Dollywood. They put up now fifteen Million winner lights the three cities together put misspoke is 5 million megabytes. It's Hollywood and then dead. We have the three cities together feel like we have this many as fifteen mayor and winter light. So it's a winter wonderland and Dollywood's Smoky Mountain Christmas has gotten all kinds of awards over the phone because it's it really is a winter wonderland. There's other shows it absolutely is and and I know we're in the land of we're in the era of covid-19. Diving in the water. Then we have things like the Hatfield McCoy Dinner Show, it's Country Tonite Theatre. It's just there's always some sort of entertainment bring in the the leaders and it's a variety. It's not just country music there's gospel and you know everything else in between there, too. Excellent. And then finally, we got to talk about food and again breakfast and Pigeon Forge. Can you throw out some suggestions of some places to go for breakfast in Pigeon Forge? I know I've got some favorites but God, what is your what I mean first? Maybe you can you tell us it's not just me. I know breakfast and Pigeon Forge is something awesome. So yeah, it is give us a couple of places that we need to stop sure. We have ninety restaurants total in Pigeon Forge in about seventy of those are locally-owned restaurants that are not changed. The last time I looked we had eight Pancake House has changed more. They're only like I've been to all of them, I guess two or three years ago Paula Deen's opened her restaurant here from here in on the island in Pigeon Forge breakfast. There is amazing. It's my favorite meal that they do over there is breakfast at Paula Deen's and then you can't go wrong at the old meal with their breakfast in the morning. They're dead. Tell a story all the time when I first came here the Raytheon Corporation invited me to come to Johnson City Tennessee, which is about two hours north of us Interstate 81 to be in their break room to talk about what was new in Pigeon Forge because to me their employees will come down here for vacation. So how that happened the break room and it didn't take me 5 minutes to before I found out that those people knew as much about pigeon forge's I did and I had one couple that came out one mechanic came up to me and told me that he and his wife come to Pigeon Forge. He did The Old Mill Restaurant every other Sunday, I think. Oh my goodness. It's amazing. Yeah. Wow. Oh, yeah. They're the Fate. He's here just are great have great experiences here. There's a one example is a the Pottery House Cafe over at the Old Mill. This is Spencer fried green tomato BLT with that they put it's amazing. And then I've got a lot of people addicted to that said sandwiches guacamole really dead. Yeah, it's amazing and it's been to get her Benton's bacon it down Benton Tennessee. Yeah, it's it's the creme-de-la-creme of bacon. They put that on there. They said taste explosions had described and then another sandwich that I really like is we have a new restaurant here called the local if it's local goat New American Cafe and they have an Elvis Burger there that they have on the bottom with tomatoes and lettuce and then they put the patio and on top of that they put the fried bananas and peanut butter and it's a client's experience. Those are just things change people get addicted those things. That's interesting. I mean they say I'm crazy but I've got a lot of people eating that sandwich that one might be a bit much for me, but the fried green tomato sandwich that one sounds good. I might have to and then they have another Green Tomato that you don't the guacamole on they'll put pimento cheese on its wishes to Thursday. With bands making and it's only four hours away down. If we left now we can make it. Yeah, we well, let's talk a little more about Dollywood. I'm a huge Dolly Parton fact, I think she is so underrated people as a songwriter have no idea how many songs she's written for other people and exactly she's incredibly talented business woman and philanthropist and Thursday when we stayed at the dream where Hotel I was I was blown away at the quality of the hotel and even Dollywood. It had been a long time since I've been to Dollywood, but when you talk about valuing Dollywood is just it's amazing really what it's the largest attraction the in the state of the most ticketed attractions going to need to say the state of Tennessee. They have over three million guests a year on normal years. It's huge. It has over a hundred and fifty Acres thing that makes it successful in my opinion is the thirtieth two years that I've been here. There's never been a year of where Dollywood then have a new birth. The new ride new show a new section that's opened. And that makes it fresh. It's always something new and different they have world-class roller coasters over there often. They opened up the largest section. They've ever opened last year called Wildwood Grove is for some children not small children, but it's a whole section just for children children's rides. There's absolutely gorgeous. And the thing that I guess I like most about Bollywood. I love taking people there that have never been there before and thing that they always tell me is that I wish that had before because everything there is is out is natural. It's not man-made, you know, there's natural screams are you're in trees and walking in valleys and things like that. They've got like 45 different working craftspeople there most days. So it's Dolly likes to showcase the heritage of the Smokies through perhaps through music that has a really good job of that and I have to put in a month. Shout out to the cinnamon rolls not to keep talking about food, but the cinnamon rolls their whole wow. Oh my God, they're addictive aren't there was a long line and I'll tell you it was worth every second of staying, you know, and being in that line. Oh my God agree with you on that and taking over there to have their cinnamon rolls while ago you mentioned covid-19, you know, everybody's in a different state right. Now. I first want to say this in in this is kind of a plug for you guys because really good friend of mine was just up there and he said I went to a show and he didn't aim to show but I have my suspicions probably the Dixie Stampede but he talked about the very meticulous job that all of the employees did to keep everybody safe. It was very well-rehearsed. It was very well planned. He said he felt safe the entire time. Your time had a great time and there were tons of people there but everybody was safe. So I think that's a great it's kind of a shout out to the great job you guys are doing but how long have you adapted overall and what it restrictions might visitors expect when they come. All right. Now, we've appreciate you saying that Nanny. It's our business communities really worked hard. They've waited like Dollywood Francisco degree open that when they did on June 15th, they told me that they had to make seven hundred operational changes in their business operation and for every restaurant every theater ever right. Not all the right. None of the theaters are being held inside indoors theaters. Now, they're all outdoors and covered amphitheaters and things of that nature. So you have to have your temperature check before you go into Dollywood. I've asked you to wear masks they have mass free zones things like that cuz it's a huge part cuz you know, so it's easy not around people to take your mass down and things like that, but all of our businesses are making operational wage. Just to comply with it, but the governor in Tennessee governor Lee came out with a program called the Tennessee plates and it outlines what you can do to reopen and our businesses I think are doing excellent job for the most part and following that kind of thing and it's a new normal for our businesses and for our guests. We all right now, unfortunately, we're under a mask mandate when you're in public and through through our thoughts try to control the script fires. There's a lot of people don't like that but most of the places I've been most people are wearing them right now. So you always have to see where saying I'm not going to do that. Yeah, but it's part of I think we all have to be preaching travel responsibly. You know, we are we have an obligation to our guests to do the best we can to keep them safe, but they also have an obligation to do our employees. Absolutely. Yeah. That's something Danny and I talked about on last week's show just when I was in at the beach this month. I guess it's couple of weeks ago. Now it hit me, you know a new that you're visiting somebody else's home. And so the mindset needs to be you need to take care of the people that are there as wage. They're taking care of use your exactly right Rob. Yeah, and so, you know, it's moving past covid-19 forward to when this will be in the past because it will be will move forward with us about some of the iconic events and festivals that typically go on in the area. Like I say the Hollywood does a lot of festivals coming out September 25th through October 31st. They have their Smoky Mountain Harvest Fest, which is turned out to be a huge events with they have a gospel music component to that. They also have crashed Associated and then they start I guess three years ago program called pumpkin luminights with just blew the roof off. They put probably five thousand or more surprised boys. Now, I can't remember the number of pumpkins throughout the park and they lied him at Birth. It's really cool. Wow, people think just the main it's been amazing how successful that program and then right on the heels of that. They have their wonderful Smoky Mountain Christmas and then opens on November 7th and runs through January 2nd of next year. Again, it's Christmas. There are Smoky Mountain Christmas is one all sorts of awards. I think more awards for spoke about Christmas than any other Bots theme park in the country as far as the principalship and then again again to put their lives it's it's spectacular. So what's some local information that that our listeners need to know about what's wrong with some of the inside scoop some something that the locals might know that our listeners might need to know about Pigeon Forge another good question. I like to tell people if they've not been here before then one of the best way to sort of get the lay of the land here at the ride the Pigeon Forge. Trolley. The trolley is a mass transit and it cost a dollar get on it and just take your family get on a ride the trial too through town. Text the park was only five miles on going to worry about traffic. Just see where everything is and get a visual feel for where where everything is there. It's a great way to get around to from your folks over 200 pops and say that you could do it a day pass a big lie pass or annual pass. The other thing I like to tell guess that have never been here before especially if they've never been to Great Smoky Mountains National Park system in real strongly that they stopped at The sugarlands Visitor Center, which is just as you enter the park there. It's an interpretive District Center where you have you see all the animals in the park home or in the fauna and you have the Rangers there that can and volunteers that can answer any questions if you want to go on a short. Hi, where can I go to get away from people are working I go with my feelings and thoughts on the street today when it's ninety something degrees outside those so those are two things right there right off the bat that are very difficult to get a job. For more information about Pigeon Forge. Be sure to visit my Pigeon Forge. Calmly on thank you so much for your time. We really appreciate you being on the show. Thank you guys. I appreciate the opportunity to share of ours. We appreciate it. But then we weren't kidding when we said Pigeon Forge has a lot to offer for families to see and do a neat where we oh, I know it really, you know, you know always talk about the food but may I tell you there's so much to choose from even some of the shows that serve food it's an amazing. Yep, and Dollywood is another fact. I'm just really Blown Away everyone that listens to the program knows that I'm a Disney guy, but when we were up at Dollywood, I was really Blown Away with the quality especially for the price that they charge. Yeah, I you can't beat it and Dolly does a really good job of bringing in the the history of the Smoky Mountains and into the park. So it's not just you know, it's not just rides but they do have rides they've dead. Crazy roller coasters there that you don't see any place else. Yeah. I'm going to go and confess. I have not been to Dollywood. I just my boo button. I know yes here it is dead. But my family has gone. Yeah, since I'm the guy that works in the family they get to go all these places but but you're not bitter. That's the important not bitter at all, but they've had nothing but good things to say about it. I really need to go and check it out, but I'm not far. It's a great place to go. Yeah and the dream more Resort again. I don't know what my expectations were going in that. It was fantastic. We we had one of the family suites where he had either I think you can either have a king bed or two queens and two bunk beds. And that was great, you know off the traveling circus. That is the Jones family. So yes, but we had a we spent a full day at the park came back in we were able to order pizza until they get you know, the kids were just they were blown away. So it's a little too cold for the pool, but the pool area there is fantastic as well. So I imagine in your family. You have two queen beds your kids all end up sleeping next to you in your life and they used the other one for jumping. Pretty much. Yeah, that's pretty much. I mean, it doesn't start out that way. But yeah by the end of the vacation. Yes, then that's just that's exactly the way it it turns out but yeah, you know another thing about Dollywood when I was up in Nashville and Opryland closed a lot of the people all of the singers that would go spend the summer at my gosh at I just said Opryland. I would go to Dollywood to be performers and you want to talk about some top-shelf performers and I know that still the case to this day. So the shows there, you know, even if they're not inside anymore inside-outside it didn't matter the quality of the shows going to blow people away. So and Leon mentioned the island too. That's a really cool area shops and restaurants and they've got a big ferris wheel. They've got a ropes course. They've got a Margaritaville hotel. That's a really cool Gathering Spot as well and then the shows ma'am. Just shows I remember working for a company that put on the production for the Lee Greenwood show that I don't think they're any longer. But man it was it was Top Shelf lighting off production, you know lights and whatnot. So and I know that quality is still there. So anything. All he does is going to be top show. That's true. Yeah. She just doesn't do anything second range. So now when's the last time you've been up there? It was two years ago two or three? Okay. What I'm wondering is the indoor skydiving play still there. I didn't look this up for the interview it I don't think it is. I don't think it was there the last time that we were there but again, there is so much to do in Pigeon Forge. There's no way a lot of people at least in in the office, you know, where we live will go up for a long weekend. I think during the wintertime especially but I mean you could easily spend a week there and still not do everything there is to do so, that's true. It's yeah. Ever-changing I think Leon mentioned at Dollywood. There's always a new ride open in there. Well, you could just about say the same thing about the city. There's always something new opening and you know, obviously covid-19 to change that a little bit but you know the spirit of Pigeon Forge, you know, I don't expect that'll change. So it's a fun place to visit. Have you been to Cades Cove? I have not a lot of people stop, you know where they're coming in or going out especially for coming down from South like like we do you go to Cades Cove and it's it's off the main road, but it tastes it's several miles due to drive to get to Kate scope but it's just really Scenic Drive. There's some old structures there. There's a lot of history there. You know, it's very common disease deer and you know Wildlife out there, but if if that's your kind of thing that might be something to consider when you're going to or leaving. Okay, I have to put it on the list for next time. Absolutely. Well that's going to do it for this episode of the family vacationer as always. If you need help planning your vacation, please drop me a line and our Jones at starstuff Travel. We will check back with you in a couple of weeks till then. Thank you for listening to the family vacation area make sure and subscribe to hear more of Rob and Danny.

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Rookie Of The Year. Week Nine NFL Picks. The New York Jets Are Plain Awful.

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Rookie Of The Year. Week Nine NFL Picks. The New York Jets Are Plain Awful.

"Welcome into one and done radio. However, you listening to the show iTunes Spotify. IHeartRadio Amazon music Pandora, wherever thanks for making one and done radio a part of your day. Lots of goes on in this episode open the show off talking about the Rookie of the Year candidate for the NFL and then I get my week 9 picks and finally I closed the show talking about the fact is more terrible hard to look at New York Jets all that on the show. Let's go. So I want to open the show talking about a debate talking about choosing which one is better, right the better option making a case for why you should vote for this person over that person. I just want to make sure we all understand where I'm coming from when I talk about this and that's just talking about the Rookie of the Year that you thought I was going to talk about the election. Didn't you now? I do that on this show. But hey, if you thought we did. I'm sorry to burst your bubble. But yeah, we just don't do that on this show. So I won't tell the Rookie of the Year actually posted a poll on a Twitter just to see people's ideas of so, I posted a poll saying I think it seems like right now I think we all can agree that right. Now the Rookie of the Year is kind of coming down to Jonesboro or Justin Herbert just because of the fact that I feel like a lot of times it's usually a quarterback. I think Clyde edwards-helaire was going to be another candidate off and by the way, it's it's usually just offense but you know, you heard me, Bob Ryan last week saying that well, you just just offense can't think my defense right now. It's just there's not like guys defensive job. Like making that case for wow, he's playing outstanding. It just it just happened along the office because their stats and scoring that's how it is. So I want to kind of talk about the two quarterbacks but on Twitter I posted a poll. So I said half way through the season, who is your Rookie of the Year. And I put Joe burrow Justin Herbert or somebody else as a three options 71% of my followers chose, Justin Herbert 71 Then there was Twenty-One for Joe burrow and then just eight for somebody else. I wish that person or whoever it was who are the people whoever they put someone else tell me who that a person was. But that's their opinion again. I'd let them have their opinions and I thought about two I thought well, I'll find a really good. I mean when you think about he's actually playing really good. I'm not saying anything from Justin Herbert, but I've been in this mind like Joe burrow number one pick the Bengals have been in so many games. It's only been because of Joe burrow. But then I look at the stats and I know Justin Herbert did not play the first game this season, but let's start with Joe burrow and his stats right now, Joe burrow home and touchdowns and five interceptions. He's doing for twenty two hundred yards passing and I know he's ran the ball a few times as well. But at the end of the day, I think we all look at his passing stats. He's only run the ball 35 times 130 yards with three touchdowns. So he's he can run the ball. But so can Justin Herbert remember 11 touchdowns 5 pics twenty two hundred yards passing. Now let's go look and Justin Herbert stats. Justin Herbert 15 touchdowns five interceptions eighteen hundred yards passing. Very interesting mind. You doesn't Herbert played one less game. Then Joe burrow. So when you put that into play it looks like the guy that is right. Now the Rookie of the Year is Justin Herbert now when they were both coming out of college. Oh really did not think much of Justin Herbert. I'm not saying it's just when you looked at what Joe burrow did for LSU and I think we all can agree. He had the best season a quarterback could ever have for college ball foreign wants a question and just take a look. He won all the awards won. The Heisman undefeated set records Championship. Like what else do you want him to do to make your case of man? He had. All right. She's know he had the best season a quarterback could ever have in college football history, okay. But Justin Herbert never showed me like man this I mean, I know that you the year before he was looked at as a top like pick, but then he returned 4 or again. And we just never really saw like a rah-rah type of guy a guy that would just put a team on his back. You saw the physical traits you saw that, you know, he's a tall guy could run a strong arm you saw that but I think a lot of the experts and a lot of the analysts including maybe myself which I don't think even consider myself an analyst but I think a lot of them were looking at him and saying there's just something that we just doesn't pull me into him as taking him and he's a Chargers. I'm pretty sure that I've Justin Herbert with landed with a dolphin's the charges would have taken too long. I'm pretty sure of that. I think I don't have to charge you just had Justin Herbert other mind. I'm pretty sure they had whoever was there on their mind. But the Dolphins took her or to us use me and then charges got Herbert and it's paying off now granted. He was thrown into a situation where you know, he he was started to a weird situation and when Tyrod Taylor was out because his trainer team doctor whoever punctured his lung with a needle. I then now it's been his team ever since and his is good you might as well see what you have. And right now you have a franchise quarterback Justin Herbert again playing at an elite level. Now again, we've already talked about his passing touchdowns rhyme and up running the ball. He's only ran twenty eight times for 142 yards and two touchdowns. So these guys are not really like with these guys are not carrying the team run the ball. I think we can agree on that but they do have the ability to run they have some wheels and you kind of the game was kind of working towards that a little bit. I know you're still have guys like breeze and brave. They're not big-time Runners, but you can throw the ball, but you are starting to see like hey this guy at least have some Wheels as you can you move around a little bit not not asking him to be dead. You know like Lamar Jackson running the football but can't he leaves move around like Patrick Mahomes. I know he can run around too, but feel like the home is doesn't run around as much compared to the Mark Jackson. Can your future quarterback do that? I think are just starting to see that coming down the end of coming into the NFL like you looking at Justin fields and Trevor Lawrence and even trade Lance North Dakota State these three guys can actually run the football but I think their arm is their biggest strength I don't I'm just saying that because I think it's true. Like Justin Fields is having a frickin accurate season at Ohio State playing phenomenal like he has choice and seven touchdowns and 17 completions. Like that's just insane. I know it's only two games but that's just insane. So but he's still are effective Runner. He's not I don't think you need him to come into the NFL and carry the team running the football like you do see around maybe a couple of teams in the game. You just see that you got to be accurate. You gotta be able to carry team with your arm when it's needed. And again the Rookie of the Year. I really thought it was going to be Joe burrow. It's looking right now is going to turn into Justin Herber as long as he continues to be consistent with his play. All right, so let me go and give my week 9 predictions last week. I finished with a record of nine and five which brought my overall record to 7130 and one so I want to let's just go right off the bat and get things started. So first off Packers versus the 49ers on Thursday night. I am going to go to the Packers in this one. I think the 49ers now missing Garoppolo and going to miss George Kittle. You will see that affect nothing and Nick Foles can't get it done but George Kittle on the offense as well as such a big weapon and you can use them in so many ways. So I'm just going to go with Green Bay Packers game. Take this one. Now. If the San Francisco 49ers run the ball like they did in the NFC championship game last year. Then we're talking a whole different ball game, but I am still unable to take the Green Bay Packers in this game. Probably my pick for game of the week or actually one of the games the week, but I want to go with this one Ravens versus the Colts. Now. I am actually going to take the Colts and I know people can say will you rooting for them as your team? Listen, I want to say this the Ravens have the S. They want the two losses are to the Steelers into the Chiefs. I get that. However, they're not going to have Patrick. We need actually had just recently tested positive or is being paid place in the Cobra protocol thing that the NFL has Coulter have a lot of momentum going off. Philip Rivers is throwing the ball pretty effectively right now. Defense is playing great. I think they do enough to hold them are Jackson and check the I think they figure out what they need to do to make sure that they keep Lamar Jackson from being with his legs throughout the game and try and make him beat him make them beat them with his arm. So I'm going to take a Colts and this one close very close game, but I'm going to take the Colts to win this game Broncos versus the Falcons. I am actually going to go with the Broncos in this one. I think Drew lock showed a lot last week in the second half and I think that momentum can carry over to the Atlanta Falcons and I think the Broncos take this one Seahawks versus the bills again another game of the week. I want to go with a Seahawks and this one the bills have shown they don't do well so far against it really tough opponent. Seahawks are playing as good jobs are playing as good as anybody right now. I'm going to go the Seahawks again MVP Russell Wilson with that defense DK Metcalf. I'm going to go take Russell Wilson and the Seahawks Bears versus the Titans. I'm going to go with the Titans bears do have a great defense, but I think the tires find a way to run the ball effectively against the Bears it is going to be in Tennessee. Not that it really matters because I mean, there's no fan noise or anything. So whatever. I'm still going to take the Tennessee Titans Panthers versus the cheese. I'm going to the Chiefs. I think this is just a clear-cut choice the chance to seem like to be my clear-cut choice for the most part every week except for the week. And I chose a Ravens to beat the Chiefs and then off to well the overall the Chiefs. I think they're going to be fine against the Carolina Panthers at Kansas City Lions versus the Vikings. This is a tough choice, but I'm I'm going to take the Viking. I think the Vikings actually had a great win Dalvin cook went off last week scored all four of the touchdowns for the Minnesota Vikings. I'm not saying that Detroit's Run Deep In thoughts bad. I do think Darwin code does have a good game in this one as well. I think Kirk Cousins plays well enough to get the win for the Minnesota Vikings against the Detroit Lions Giants versus wage, Washington. I shoot. I want to go with Washington this one last game the Giants won by a point washed and went for two didn't get it off. I think Kyle Allen is going to play better this game. They did it last game. I think Washington gets the win close game. I get a Giants to have been in very close games. Like the very long lost Tampa Bay on the two-point conversion. That wasn't good. It just seems like the Giants are very close to getting over that that hurdle but I think Washington has something going for them right now something to Washington in this game Texans versus the Jaguars. Jeeze what it's so sadly these two teams I get people like we're not picking Jacksonville to do anything this year I get that but this is why I was really against Houston and you see why they're 1-6. I know a lot of those Bill O'Brien but there one in six, but I'm going to take Houston in this game to go to Jackson. I think they take care of business for the most part the Sean Watson anything has a great game now that they kept will follow they did not trade will Fuller to the Packers which all the rumors were talking dead. Probably going to happen. I think that they I think that okay. I'm here him in the Sean Watson have a good game together. And I think like the the Houston Texans to take that game Raiders versus the Chargers. I'm going to go to the charges in this one. Another razors are coming off a good win against Cleveland last week. However, I'm going to take the Chargers. I think that Justin Herbert and the Chargers I know find ways to lose track it down Atlanta Falcons do I get that but I just think that the Chargers are right there. Justin Herbert is played outstanding this year. And again. Did we think about it? When his first start happened? He was pretty much told like he was told the day of like minutes or I think like an hour before the game started like you're going in And I told me how to tie rod Taylor are Trader messed them up. You're going to play and he's been playing fantastic ever since I'm good take the charges of this one. I think Justin Herbert gets another win. I think they continue to work on him and his development move forward Steelers versus the Cowboys right now. Let me know who the Cowboys quarterbacks going to be off yet into Nucci Garrett Gilbert Cooper rush because Andy Dalton's now out with the Coen list thing. So I mean plus it's the Cowboys in the defense of terrible and then perhaps dealers. There's no doubt of the Steelers in this one pretty big but to be interesting to see who goes under Center, but I don't think it's going to be David to new G. I think last week against the Eagles you saw that the Jews were not confident in him. You saw that they just raised screens all the time everything. It was just it was just terrible and next Dolphins versus wage. Cardinals I'm going to take the Cardinals in this one. I like what the Cardinals have going for them this year offensively. They look really good defense is starting to come around a little bit. They are against God and this team actually could be like the NFC east or west. Excuse me. I don't see what could be a division that no one talks about where possibly all the way to make the playoffs like that division. Is that good now any of those teams were in the NFC East they'd be dominating. Let's just get that straight, but they are in the NFC West Palm Rams Seahawks Niners and the Cardinals in every team there could probably make the playoffs as it's weird thing, but it could probably happen. Then Saints vs Buccaneers another matchup of the week Buccaneers get Antonio Brown Don't Know The Icarus guy went back. But I do know they have Antonio Brown's activated. He will play against the Saints. Mike Evans is going to be there as well with Tom Brady. I am going to take the Buccaneers in this game. I do like them over easy science listening people want to talk about all the week one happen. I get the week one happened, but that team wasn't where they are. Now like that team wasn't in in midseason form the same word midseason form because of what they had continuity. I like the Buccaneers to get the win against New Orleans Saints and I know they struggled against the Giants I get that but the Giants like every team has a hurdle. This is just remember that every team has those little games where they play at team that they're supposed to be and they just struggle a little bit. It just happens. Okay, but I do like the Buccaneers Take this game against the Saints last Jets versus the Patriots. What a Monday night matchup. I'm going to go with the Patriots. I just think it's just the Patriots are playing bad Cam Newton's been playing bad. If you'll get a status like his last five games just aren't to touch that he's placed on two touchdowns and seven interceptions. Like I just don't know what else you want from him. Like he's even said that he's in danger of losing the existing gig like you just happens. He's don't it's just happens. So I'm going to go over the Patriots in this one jets are just a terrible team, but I just think the Patriots at least can handle the Jets out and get the win. I want to close the show talking about the New York Jets situation. I know we talked about the how funny it is like how sad it is. And what about the GM Joe Bob says, he takes his fair share of the blame for the judge situation. So let's talk about this really quick. The Jets obviously had not want to gain this shoe. The Jets are a laughing laughing stock of the NFL right now. They are terrible They Don't Really compete in a lot of games. They looked inept on both sides of the football their head coach just relinquished play-calling duties to waste ago and nothing's changing obviously wasn't working before you were calling to play now before when you wouldn't calling players and now you're not calling the plays and it's nothing's working. Nothing's working. Okay, and then you have yourself a players don't like you. And I get that as an owner slash GM you want to make sure that everyone's on the same page and Hey listen, this is our guy you have to respect him no matter what but it's kind of hard to respect somebody else. That doesn't get it Adam gase. Does it have an amazing coaching record? I don't think I don't know why it won't like gets that Todd Bowles actually could connect with his players. It seems like a lot more than Adam gase ever will. I don't know where Adam Gates is coming from as far as the future coach like there's no way this guy should ever be brought back to coach as far as a head coach anywhere maybe in not even College like maybe in high school like I don't even know if I want to get recruited by this dude like high school, maybe but not college. No way. I couldn't I couldn't play for the guy. Maybe it has like a coordinator position coach maybe in college, but not a head coach and no chance. So with the GM to come out and say he's taking his fair share. Is it because you trade away Jamal Adams because he didn't agree with your head the head coach and he pretty much did not call them out on the head coach thing in the first place. Is that why is it because of the fact that you got rid of Le'Veon Bell You released him. You didn't even try a train them. You just release them done, maybe because no one wanted to trade for him or you guys didn't want like I'm just saying this right now, but I I you know, when you play Madden, okay, like I I play Madden, I think we all a lot of people that don't play Madden who cares but if there's somebody on your roster that you don't like I know you can probably trade them away and get a pick or something now. I don't know that happened. I don't know there's teams coming out and say I won't even give you like a seventh-round pick for the guy. I don't know if that happened. I know if that's the case, but if that did it if that did wrong. Okay, I get it. But that didn't happen that you couldn't find anybody just to take him just for a pic like maybe that seventh-round pick becomes your next future quarterback. I don't know even though they're probably gonna be bad enough to get a Lawrence but that's a whole nother discussion as well because the GM came out and said that Sam darnold is the future of the team now is the is Joe the gym the future of the Jets, who knows at this point. They probably let him go with Adam gase by the end of the season bring in Trevor Lawrence, maybe bringing a good head coach maybe at Jim Harbaugh, maybe a Dabo Swinney. I don't know. I doubt to have a sweetie will leave Clemson. I doubt his style of work in the NFL. I think he was just mainly worked for kids off. So College seems a little better for him. But that's where we're looking at right now. We're looking at that scenario like so we're saying that now same Dom is the future if he's not the future then you got give birth. At the end of season you got find someone that will take him now teams that have been linked to getting Sam darnold. I maybe even the Falcons maybe the Colts. Those are a couple teams that have been linked or even the Browns. Those are some teams that have been linked to try to upgrade their quarterback position by getting a Sam darnold now as a Colts fan, I really don't know if I want Sam darnold, but I thought I'd be open to see what he could do. I just don't want to give up too much for him. If that makes sense. Like we're not going to get a high pick to get a good quarterback. We do have Jacob Eason waiting in the wings and maybe they can both compete for the starting gig as long as you don't give up too much to give Sam darnold in the first place now, he's still in his rookie contract to so with that. He actually doesn't even need to go get a big-time country and you can still build around the guy. But with the Jets they are a laughingstock as I talked about Bob Ryan a weatherman is one of the few jobs out there that they can always be wrong and still have that job. I feel like Adam gase is proving that narrative. He can always be wrong every week and still have a job. Now. Are they tanking for Trevor? I don't know. There's those reports coming down as well saying that they are tanking for a terrible, but for a terrible a top, excuse me, and their tank and trying to be terrible to get that top Pig so they get Trevor Lawrence Justin Fields, whoever else but at the end of the day, For the g n to come out and say it's my fair I take my fair share. Yeah, you're right. You are part of a reason why this jets are terrible. Now you're trying to trade everybody away. Luckily. The trade deadline has passed now, you're stuck with these dudes. And that's it. Now you got to deal with this team for another eight weeks. Yeah, eight weeks eight nine weeks. I don't know. How many is left you got to deal with them because you ain't going into the playoffs. So just accept that everyone already has accepted that but for any team lose to this team this year just realize you're losing to a team. 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Ep 88. Larger in the Chest

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

40:22 min | 1 year ago

Ep 88. Larger in the Chest

"It's crazy and Noel. They're gonna make you LOL On Any Day Fiance trash. Hello and welcome to 90 Day Fiance trash talk. This is episode 88 and I am your host comedian Tracey. Carnazzo joined by my co-host Noel Winters Herzog. Hello. Hello. Oh my God, what an amazing live podcast. That was Tracy. I had the time of my life. I had the time of my life too. And it definitely already happened as we're talking about this. What was your favorite part of the Life podcast Noel it was just being with you. Okay, I like being with you too. That was a good answer. Yeah. I thought we looked really cute. Number. One of our makeup was great. Our makeup was amazing just like I'm so glad that everyone came me too. I can't believe we had five thousand people. I can't believe like them. We're millionaires now. Oh my God. Thank you guys so much. We're thousand years because of you guys and this is just amazing. It's hopefully it was great. Now, I'm sure it was wonderful. I already had a good time over here to talk about happily ever after season 5 episode 16 the tell-all part one. I really hope that the tell apart two and three has any kind of substance to it. I mean, this was flashbacks. It was all flashbacks, but not just yeah. It's like this. You know what this was. This was pillow-talk. This was pillow-talk it was watching but they were they were watching but they were watching their own segments that was right off. It was pillow talk with the actual people. So guys, make sure you're joining our patreon at patreon.com Trash Talk podcast for over two hundred bonus every month. Oh, it's oh my God, we cover TLC's unexpected and then Noel and I have another podcast called BS where we just talk. Sometimes we answer some fan questions and we took like a really good time. We have a secret group that you could enter via joining patreon. We have some cool merch and don't forget we have brand new holographic 90 Day Fiance stickers off and they're so cute. People are going wild over them. You could see a picture of them on her Instagram and also in our group 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk podcast on Facebook page keeping. Thank you. All right. So let's let's just dive in right now. All right. Everyone's getting ready for the tell-all. So this is another thing like this was like, do you remember the tell-all like the the last one that wasn't on Zoom? Is that the one where everybody had where people had like the iPads next to them? I remember Caesar. Yeah some I've had yes or something. Yeah. Yeah. They had like screens. Do you remember that? They showed everything even when they were like cut yeah, and then they always showed everyone go to the dressing room. It's like an editing like there was no editing on it. It's like why did we need this? It wasted so much time. That's what they do though. TLC is waste my time. TLC is all the waste my time and also TLC is like really tries to make you think something happened. That didn't seem. Okay, correct. And also what they do is they replay the same clip as a preview constantly. Yes, and there's also previews like before every commercial break and it's like staying why you're taking up like so much time. It's like no wonder these episodes are twelve hours. I had to quit my job and abandon dead. Kids just so that I could watch these episodes Tracy. I am going to be get pregnant and delivered by the time that these fucking things are over with. Oh my God. I know it's awful. So, okay. So now again in TLC style we have to watch them all getting ready for the tell. Ya cool. Great. Okay. Well, maybe there should be like extras or something on that but it should not be so Andre is getting pumped for the tell-all and Colts is something very funny right off the bat that everyone hates them he goes. Oh man, it's not fair. There's a quote everyone. Here's an actual person that likes them. I mean listen, he's not wrong. I think he lost weight. I think he was lost a ton of weight. So he's been working remember he was vomiting in the church. Yeah, I remember but I feel like he stuck to it cuz he actually lost a lot of weight. He said he lost a lot of weight and when he lost in fat he made up for in bang. So seriously, what was that? It was a very long Soft bang he had a wizard bang wispy bangs who's a wispy bang. It was beautiful. It really accentuated his eyes. It did I when I was looking at him I was like, oh he's going for a much different. Look now also just she's in Missouri. Where is she? I thought she was in Chicago know they I didn't somewhere else. Okay. Yeah. It's probably quarantining somewhere. Michigan she's in Michigan. Oh, oh interesting. Yeah, why the Michigan weird? I mean cuz she really doesn't have a home here. I know but I mean she was living in Chicago before. Yeah, not anymore with her group of au pairs know. I think that when you're an old pair you live with the family, that's the whole point of you know, I know but I'm saying she was living in the area with all these demands, you know, pairs like she has a little life. So yes, I guess maybe it's a different family now, so Eric is picking out a polo And he doesn't know such hollers either. It was just so weird. He said, oh the maroon know the burgundy one. That was not burgundy. That was like rose bath. Oh, I think it was kind of burgundy Ash. I'm sorry. I mean sometimes I feel like your TV shows the different colors because I feel like on Teen Mom you'd let that something was green and it was blue. I don't know. I have like the ultra HDTV my I just think that it was like such an like you didn't get a haircut you didn't shave seriously, but you're worried about what ring polo shirt you're going to I was going to say what like synthetic golf shirt. You're going to wear like who wears it? Those are like those promo shirts like Remy Martin gives out, you know what I mean, but it's also like sneak. He's like, oh, I love this one. He's he is. He's touched. Well, he's also definitely not this is not how a straight man would talk about any no no. No, he's not shape. He does not like women. Well, well, here we are. So now Angela is just Angela she's here, but it's like why why are we doing this Angela? I want to see what's under the cape. Want to see plz reveal reveal this abscess to me. I want to see it. I don't think there's an abscess. I think that they you know what it is. So Deb sees Larisa Larissa comes on screen and Deb goes damn about Larissa's boo like Seaway. Yeah. I love Sean's dress. She was dressed as a great. She looked at me Hank. Hi Jack. I love it. Yeah, very very very nice. And then Angela has on her her mask, which is like, you know what it reminds me of it reminds me of like the belly dancers dead. That's exactly what it is like a curtain. It's like a face Courier. Yes. It's a base current and where she's going to like swoop it back and it's going to be like I got boobs on my mouth, but she she's saying like she's supposed to let air hit and add. Okay, so she said, okay also they announced the Paul and Karine are not going to be there. So she had some dental work done. She has an abscess and she cannot let air hit it off. Okay. I have bad news for you. Yeah, that's not an airtight mask. What are you talking about? Okay, it's not an error can't let arat you can't let are in your mouth into your mouth that's called dead dead. It's called said she's a mouth breather. You know what I mean? Like know well you can't let air into your mouth. Okay. Also, it's not like she was like at a construction site or like cutting wood right? She was at her house circular saw she was in her house by herself. Like what do you mean what is in your are in your house that you're trying to to belly dance curtain protect your birth. round I think that she got a bunch of dental work done. Like maybe she's getting veneers. Maybe she's getting implants or something. I think maybe she didn't have or maybe she got her from exactly wage. Okay, but she said that she's doing something that Michael would be mad at she also that that's why I feel like is she getting a denture cuz maybe he's like fly free and she's like, no, I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. I know what do you not approve of what is she going to what are you going to get unless you got something pierced. She got her tongue piercing and approve or you know what? I mean? Like what happens in your mouth that your man's not going to she got boobs on her mouth. Maybe Chuck Norris make and she was like, how big can I get these bulbs on my mouth and he's like, oh my God make them really sexy and he's like, you have to cover them with a curtain. We don't want your dirty air. He's like, I've seen your house. He's like and I don't want your dog. Filled the air so I guess she could smoking if you can't put air in your mouth. That's true. Oh, yeah, that's true. I didn't see any smoke on there either. I saw her shooing away her grandkids so low-key. That was very funny. Also, maybe she should have Saran wrapped her face. If she doesn't want Eric anything that would have been so great just poked a hole just poked a hole like just poked a hole for a cigarette wage just to have a cigarette hole and it keeps the smoke fresh in her mouth young minty-fresh. Okay, so cold says hi to Jess said she goes don't talk to me. She decides to talk to Deb at and then she's like, oh my God, Debbie looks so nice and read your like the devil. Well Mom those I don't know those really funny and then cold says to Jess at least you look the same who sick burn. Yes. This is really mad about that. But also, you know that he like Jo to her boobies later for sure for sure. So Deb is trying to Deb is like going for the jugular. She's mad and she goes I would pick Larisa over you any day and then Deb's like Larisa and Jess are in a club and off-limits to leave us alone. You know what though? I would pick Larissa over just any day too. I really don't like this. Yeah. I know I don't either but it's so cold says she looks larger chest and guess what colds so do you because now that you lost weight. It really makes your boobs look bigger. It does it accentuates them. Then he says I'm going to call her Clarissa McGillicuddy. I don't know. You know, I don't know but he they called cold cold. That was really funny and Deb said that they were she's like, I don't know what their problem is. We've always been trying to be nice to them. Okay. Came on screen and made a noise about Larissa's I mean listen, did I make a noise about Larissa's booms? Yes. It was more concerned about explosions. Yes, her skin is very shiny. It's stretched. Very thin. It's Jiffy popped. It is it's really just like it's at full capacity. Yes it is. Okay. So like if that was I made pizza today and the pizza wasn't very thin. But if I would have stretched it over Larissa's breast. Yes, I could have made it nice and thin like her skin is clear now, right like her skin is like thin like how I took my Pursuit sliced very veiny. Yes. Oh my God. It's so veiny a very busy. So Andre is Larissa Michael Jackson 3.0. I remember it was hilarious. But like why are we just being mean to Larissa Andre? What is the beef because I think that Larisa was being like a life of an asshole. She was she don't know. I just feel like this whole time like she was just yelling the whole time. She has something to say about everybody also. I know that I did it hurt. Did it wrong? And Libby fight on one of these they argued was related to her. Libya's been very mean to her. Yeah, and I don't know I wasn't I wasn't I usually don't mind Libby know I didn't like her at all any of this. Nope. No so Sinjin had something to say instead of getting sorry. He said he said all these surgeries she should be sending money home to her kids. I mean, he's not wrong. Okay, but also like it's not your business. It's listed they didn't want them to fight off. So now we start off at Lebanon Dre and we kind of end up with them because this is what everything's about. So this is very boring. You know, I can't believe we're still doing its job if he's looking for work. Libby says that he could do more. Okay. I'm going to tell you what my problem is. Sorry. I know you're just flipped out know you don't like me with me same like I will tell you this month. When you're married and you're married, right, right, okay, I wasn't sure if you were still married. No, you didn't officiated or anything. So no, I didn't know. I mean I'm if you got divorced like that's not my thing. Oh, no, I would have I think that you could train to divorce me. Really? You think I could do worse? Yes. Yeah, I think you could just go to divorce class. You could sign a certificate really quick to go like you're not to be a judge. No, I don't think so. Okay good. I'm going to go to gym class just in case you mean So when you're married like you think that like at the end of the day, you should probably be on the same page with your husband on public. Yes. I totally agree. Yes, just like as a general rule of thumb and not like argue like she argues with her husband in front of everyone and it's like it's very cool. He's worthy. She never has his back like even though never has does is not he's right. That's when he's right. She doesn't have you go when he's right. She doesn't have his back. She's very like wishy-washy back and forth. She plays both. She she plays both. So now she's like, you know, you really could do more like I understand you your home with the kid but like you could do more why I'm talking about that here, right? So now Tanya is like listen, I am going to say something there are no genders. There are no gender roles and it's like, okay Tanya dead. And it's like I get a Tanya but shut up Tanya, but now you wonder why Andres always digging at Libby and it's like this is why yeah, he says right back. He said that no one can raise his daughter better than him. I was like, oh super. Yeah. So now they're talking about like their roles in the house and we find out that a swallow does the outside work so often he's like Robert from Teen Mom if you guys watch Teen Mom young and pregnant, you know that Robert Rihanna's ex-boyfriend was looking for an outside job. So I smell also has an outside job in the house does does the small tasks? He like, you know, sometimes he puts the dishes away. Sometimes he puts one of the kids to bed. Yeah. He is. He is not an all the way man child. I know we've tried this before but oh no well bad cold is like do you get an allowance? Right and meanwhile cult is like up as mothers as too and it's like home. You get an allowance? No, I don't think so. Just get insurance for Debbie just gets paid and love all the love ends and then poses for the pictures off. So now Libby said that Andre does the trash the cars in the lot. So he also does the outside jobs, which listen I'm not opposed to that but do inside things too. Sure. So I'm Andre also says that he's more rational cuz he's a man. Mhm and Angela's like there's no man of the house. There's a couple of the house and it's like Angela shut up and suck her husband lives in Nigeria. You're just Angela. You're just Angela. There's no there's no controls to be had. Right right, there's no house. So he said that I thought Andre says that Libby likes when he's like really doesn't rolling and he likes she likes his conduct. Listen, she loves it and she didn't love him. When I married him she likes his wife, but she's Mo then guess what? Maybe she should listen better? Yes, she's not very what's the word like not like a obedient wife. Obedient. Yep. She's not she's not she's not any I don't know. I I'm just over her. So everyone's the man of the house except for Michael basically, right? Cuz they they asked her like raise your hand if you're the boss of the house and everyone raises his hand and stuff from Michael because let's get real. Michael doesn't want to get beat. Yeah, Michael is I oh my God, I feel bad for this guy, but we'll get to him. Okay. So now now what we introduce Libby's family and I can't tell you how little I was interested in this. Okay? I'm not interested because we've seen it. We've seen all of we did it off already did this. All right. Yeah. So now Charlie and Jen come on and Jen said that Andres very aggressive and cold and then Libya agrees. Yeah. I know you're an idiot. Listen if some if somebody in my family home Like Matt is a fireman. I'd be like fuck you. You don't know my husband. You know what I mean? You don't you don't do that? Just you just a little like pretend you like him. Yeah, it's really it's just not right I would be so I would be hurt it would hurt my feelings if I was him. Yes for sure. Now, I will say something. I do not like anyone in Libby's family. They have absolutely lost my interest but they have the best hair the women in this family. I know the best color hair they are always their hair is always great their highlights are always great. They're all she toned. They're like, it's just so good. They're very put together. They are they always look nice all of the women in the family always look nice. But but it was more the hair. The color of their hair is always on Jen's hair is amazing. Both of them though. Libby's to know I know whoever they go to they should be promoting agreed. All right, so now Andres That I'm working on myself. He was like fairly humble and this whole thing. Yeah. He's like, I I think that listen I think he's a jerk but I also think he was made to be way worse and he is dead. So now her family is like, okay the food was disgusting and he's like, okay and her father's like, oh they eat scraps and objects. Like listen, whatever you want to say is fine. You guys have a new culture here like from Florida. I'm not wrong. So he's like you so his the father's like. Oh you eat pig scraps. He's like, okay. Have you ever had bacon? Mhm, right and Jen's like bacon is meat on it and it's like shot again. Up there so nasty and even Deb said that Libby's family was distasteful. Yeah. I really liked that. She needs somebody needed to say something for sure. So now now we have to talk about the dinner lame Chuck says he blames it on the alcohol and then they said, He's disrespectful to her that that Andres disrespectful to her and how he talked her outside and it's like yeah, maybe I don't know who cares. Yeah, but also they are married. We've been married for a long time sure. His house is and Libby said that being drunk is not an excuse. Okay, right now I do and Marcel come on and they say that Charlie was provoking Andre and they said that her family is like asking about Ireland was just like a casual question and it's like if it was such a casual question, why did you have to have meat secret meetings at a bridge right? Why did you have to keep asking every single person in his life that you met about it if it was okay, but that before they get married they've been married four years. They have a child. Yes. No, but they're not. Okay. Just checking. So now I am his friends know why he left he says but they will never ever tell I was him know at this point. I'd be like I will never tell you why I both like bath ruin my wedding over this like I will die on this hill. Yeah like so Charlie is like. Well, you know what? I had too much to drink at the wedding. So Sean's like okay, so you had too much to drink but when Andre said that he had much to drink that wasn't an excuse. Hm. Yeah, I'll I just starts talking in circles. So so Andre said that he paid for most of the first wedding Chuck said she paid for the first wedding and now they're fighting because Jen said that Andre said that he was going to have chalk wrapped around his finger. I mean listen, he's a jerk. He probably said something like that but also like you know how he is who cares? What is wrong with you? Don't you want everyone to get along? They could only take from the father what the father gives? Yes agreed. Yes. So Chuck said that he is only a wallet to everyone and guess what? You know what he is a wallet. He's a ham wallet. I'm just going to say I have wallet. He's a ham wallet dead. He is a hand moloch. That's that's how he acts he doesn't stand up to anyone. He he's always behind everyone's back. He is Andres face. He's like, okay, everything's fine and then underneath away and he's like everything's not fine. Yeah, it's disgusting. I don't like either hate him or don't hate him just like find outside. I know seriously, we find out that Andre wants to sell real estate and that's the business that Chuck is in right when they asked if he would ever work for Chuck and he said no I would work with him and they're the family is like losing their minds life. What do you mean and it's he's like, I you would have really have to prove yourself but it's like can you ever just like stopped? He's saying that he wants to real estate why if it was me I'd be like, oh wait this guy actually wants to do something. Let me encourage him and help him out. Sure. Well, you know what Chuck really can't cuz he's slumlord. So I think that it is best that Android doesn't partner with him regardless, that's true. All right. Now we move. Michael and Angela. She said that he needs to talk to her all day, whether he's pooping whether he's making a p p whether he sleeping he needs to talk to her while he sleeps. I have to tell you. She does really bugs me doesn't but Michael. Yeah, but it really bugs me because I really think it's a double standard. I'm telling you I can't imagine if a man was saying all of this. Oh my God, terrifying. That's what I mean. He she he has to have three generators in his house and Wi-Fi at all times. His phone is always charge. He's terrified. This man lives his life on a bed of nails like this terrible. She doesn't even live in Africa he can get away from her. That's what I need. Like he he doesn't ever have to see her ever again know he keeps doing this keeps to life. So I don't feel really sold Trump to him. He did. I know seriously. She said that if he's not talking to her all day long, he's doing The BJs. Okay. Also Angela grow up grow up. Yes, like same time frame. Yeah. Also, I don't need flashbacks of everything me either. I don't eat flashbacks. I need you to start with the flashbacks because now again TLC is wasting my time, right? You are their backs. I want flash-forwards, right? I don't want old things. I've already know what how We've seen the Coming Attractions 35 times besides seeing the scenes. I know and now Angela yells everything she says she just screaming and she's like her her audio is just Choice like maxing out. Yes. It's terrible. So now she's screaming about the strippers at the strip club that the the club that they went to the the dancers and now Larissa's like wage whatever and Elizabeth cause Marissa a stripper. She's like, yeah, you would know you're a stripper and it's like she's Abyss sick burn Libby. Yes. I have a great body Libby. What? Okay. First of all Libby you dressed like a little revealing yourself. I mean, did you see her wedding dress? Okay, so I don't know where you get off calling Larisa anything also like sick burn what's wrong with being I know I don't like that at all. You're going to you're going to shame cuz you said that she looks like a sex-worker like oh, I'm sorry that she looks amazing. She looks way better than you do seriously. So he said that so now Michael Goldberg Michael. He said that in college he had a lap dance, but Angelus said that he told her that she was the first lap dance he ever had and she said she was not feeling good about her body. But she put on a very very small lingerie piece and gave him a lap dance and he claimed it was the first one he ever had. No l. Here's here's the thing as soon as he said that he had a lap dance in college. Everybody was like, oh shit. Oh, no, it's like why did he say? Yeah, like when are you doing? It's going to find out Michael. That's what I mean. It's just funny. She really put the fear of God in him. This man is scared. He thinks she could see his thoughts. So everybody's like, oh know. Why did you even saved? Anything Michael and she's just like she's so angry. So angry this brings me back to remember when he told her he was never on a boat. Oh my God. It's like a month ago. Oh my God, Michael. What are you doing? Also? Maybe he didn't know that. Well, Angela was doing was a lap dance, but all she was probably like you've ever seen something like this before and he's like, absolutely no. No, I've seen horror movies like this before but I've never seen lap dances like this one more. So now they bring up the wedding. They're like, oh you're with so nice crying. She cries. She got stuff. She can't take it. Okay. Well guess what when she gets up it reveals the background and we see her chair in her bedroom off and it is filled with memorabilia of wolves. There is a wolf blanket. And there is a wolf pillow and it just really makes me wonder who Angela like do we even really know Angela. She's into wolf and Newports. That's all I know about her. Here's the thing. I you don't know about her my the old this woman that I used to work for. I used to care if she had a wolf jacket just like that chair and I'm like, oh my God, I know about this but I never pegged Ang to be a wolf lady person. But you know, okay, I just had a revelation. Okay. Do you think that that thing that she's wearing on her face is left over from when she belly danced for Michael. Oh, maybe do you think that was part of her belly dancing outfit? Yes, that's Tracey you hit the nail on the head with that one? Okay. So Angela also says she's crying hysterically about the weather and distress and she thinks that her mom would be very proud of her that said I felt bad for birth. I think that she's really grieving so hard. I think she's definitely grieving and I think that the best thing to do when you're having a hard time in life is to get some counseling like everyone needs to be responsible for themselves and really just choose to help yourself Noel and I choose to help ourselves a better help online counseling we go to counseling every single week. We see our therapist. This is a licensed professional practice. This is not self-help. This is so important you could talk about trauma relationships anxiety stress depression all the things in everyone's kind of going through something at this point. So important you could do it from the comfort of your own home. You could text you could have a phone call or you can video chat with a real live professional counselor as a listener get 10% off your first month by visiting betterhelp.com. Join over 1 million people taking charge of their mental health again, that's better help dog. ELP fiance awesome. Well, I will say Deb and cold seemed very supportive. Yes. Absolutely Michael and and thought so that was nice. Okay cold also says that just didn't love him and then called her sweetheart. But here's the thing. He said it condescending but I think that you know, he's kind of right he's really you loved me. What did you love about me? Just okay. That was pretty funny cuz that self-aware cult has ever been and then just started almost like answering it and I was like, that's rhetorical question. Yeah now he didn't mean that Jess Well, he kind of calls her a slot basically like I get it like you had me in bed the first minute I met you there's I think that he's trying to say like you didn't want like a relationship with me you were just trying to like wrote me in. She was trying to get on T and or get a green card. Yes agreed. All right. Well Sean has a great segue. She goes. Well lying is a theme throughout this relationship with a great Shaun cold needs like a butterfly clip for his bangs though. Yeah, they're too wispy for me. I like I think that he blew them out with like a paddle brush. Yeah, she came around right and then he got a scrunched the rest of his hair. Yes. So taking like some some depth gel and scrunched his hair just scrunch the hair and then like had like a nice school like a ringlet god remember those and yeah, he would like Hairspray them. Yeah, I think that that's what you should have done. But Hey listen, this is not my business page. So now W leaves the room for this conversation. She's had enough cuz cuz now just as like shut up Debbie like I don't want to talk to you and she's like, well she has to leave the room because now we're going to talk about cults. Yeah, Frank and wage. Yes his I was just going to say his waiting. I like Frankenweenie. So he said that he sent the pictures of his genitalia because they were fighting he's like we were like not together. How many guys I've dated have told me the same thing. Well, he said he sends the pictures of his junk for a section. That's his love language. I like that. She goes good morning my dick good night my dick. Oh my God. That was so funny. She makes me less then. She calls him a narcissist sucks. Angela is like oh Angelo also said about cha. Yeah. She's like, I wish I would have met him before I met Michael and it's like Angela if Michael even made eye contact with chalk. You would yes, he's he wasn't allowed to like look at his watch in the club because you know, he was looking at at working girl, you know? Yeah, and so now she says she Issues that she got one from Cults and Cults like I have an extra for you. Okay. I don't wish that I ever ever got that picture from cult. Well, he said that the thing here's the thing like what you did not understand is that women are constantly sending him naked pictures and like who is he to be rude? Well, yeah, I mean they're throwing themselves at him. He's an Adonis. He said that he owed them a picture. He doesn't want to not reciprocate. So now we find out that he was sending pictures while he was married to Larisa. Mhm. Yeah. I know he was a great guy. All right. So now Deb's back home, right? Hello. This is my suggestion. Tell me I think she should wear her teeth all the time so she can get used to speaking with them. Right because she can't articulate words, right so cold he pretends that he can't understand Larisa and Joss which I think it was cuz like I don't even know what you say. He's like, I don't even know what she's saying. Yeah. I know God. Yeah, okay. So he cheated on just what Vanessa this is what just claims and he says no and then he goes I lied to you just now here's the thing. I think that was bad editing. Okay, I thought so. Cuz I'm like this is not right. No, and then he said that when they broke up he did sex with her even more. It's like sick burn coal. Yeah cool cult. Oh my God. All right. Let's move on to Donnie and his sway Loom. So now if you remember from the last episode she kicked him out and sent him to Washington to go live with a pharmacy te he was being bad. He had to go bad boy. He was on time out. So now they're living together and they talk about volleyball. Right, right. So it turns out it's not just like he's going to play volleyball. He goes plays six days a week in a pandemic with no mask. See I did not know that now I understand why she was so angry with yeah, and then he's a dance instructor and she's like, he doesn't even make that much money. She's like he could just stay home, but it's like I mean I get that he wants to be social. He's not smart. That's that's really what you have. Yeah, but your in-laws that are older and your kids you can't do that. That's how it goes. So her mom Lisa does not like him at all. She's not there either blame her though either. I like that. She's in the other room zooming in I know so he said that volleyball is the same as going to a supermarket. I mean, but that's just something ignorant. Listen, you're going to a supermarket once every few weeks and you're in a mask and socially distance. I can't even take it. So collini said that she's looking forward to the day that it are dead. Yeah, she's hated him for the whole time. She thinks that they'll split up and now he's talking about her like right in front of her like she's not even care pack. Well, guess what? He's being a super bad boy and he is going to be in big trouble because his mom kehlani is going to put him in timeout again. Listen, I don't blame her. I don't know. I don't know how she stayed with him. And I think that she just does it cuz it's like, oh well if I break up with him yes to go back to Psalm Hua. Yeah, bye-bye. That's the way I look I could never put up with him. Well lacina and telling me that's his mom and sister come on and his mom is miserable. It was like you killed all of her pets in front of her and then they just put the camera on her way. It was like she like you said she had all of her top teeth pulled and put on the bottom. Yes. That's all I looked at the whole time very scary. So his mom's miserable and log. Meeting she's at the beach. Seriously. She has a luau dress on a flower in her hair a seafoam eyeshadow up to her eyebrows. She's very festive. She she wow. I saw a meme online that was a a screenshot of her in this outfit and it says when you change your mom says you can't when your mom buys you your Halloween costume early and you want to try it on that's funny. Yeah. That's what that's what it is. Like I see her I'm like, oh she's trying to like show them how Samoans she really is, you know, so now her mom kehlani's mom said that they send money home to knows his family there, but she's like, but you don't ask for how much he's like we send money every month. We someone we can right so it's like maybe I could send a hundred this month. Maybe I can send twenty this month like they're grateful. It's not you can't I want $1,000 right now. Sure. So his mom said that she just gave them to send money. That's all she wants. So she's not off of this. She has not changed and she's not off of this and Tammy's like listen, they're poor in some way and okay, but tami's like we're pouring some law right but you don't live there you're in Salt Lake City. Yeah happening there so clean he's like, all right, Tammy. How much do you give your mom? So we know how much I swear lose should get home she flips out and then we show the fight scene Tammy threatens to beat up everyone and clean. He's there for a clean is a good beat me up cleaning would pound her thoughts. Haha. So now you see the fight scene, which is I mean, it's worse the second time around. I really I watching this and I'm like I how is she not just melting into her couch. Right now she's know they're very happy with with. Yeah, I know and then as well as like lichens, but also I think that he didn't believe it until he saw her say it on eBay. Yep. So yeah, he sucks her his family sucks. There's more to it. Can't wait to see I'm lying. What's going to happen this weekend when we watch more? Yeah. Let's see ya girl so much that I've never seen before. I know thank you all for coming to the live podcast. We had a ton of fun at that. Make sure you're following the podcast that 90-day podcasts on Instagram and Twitter. You can follow know well at know a girl on Twitter know we underscore bear 8:10 on Instagram and you can follow me at Trixie to see me on Instagram and Twitter and you can go to Tracey carnazzo for everything else. Make sure you're George our Facebook group to discuss the show that is where we really shine. Yeah, that is we're trying we have so much fun in there. So make sure you're joining the Facebook group and you know, just all the song. We love you a lot. Don't forget all this stuff. We love you. Don't forget that we love you either. Don't forget that we love you. Don't forget. There's really nothing without you. This is the truth. Okay. Well, all right. Bye.

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Start or Sit (AFC); Trust Brady? Fuller? Mike Davis? (09/24 Fantasy Football Podcast)

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Start or Sit (AFC); Trust Brady? Fuller? Mike Davis? (09/24 Fantasy Football Podcast)

"This is fantasy football today from CBS Sports. It's time to dominate your fantasy league wage out here some combination of Adam Dave Jamie. He's back. All right, we bring it started tonight. Welcome to the show room. This is fantasy football today on Thursday start or sit for the 8th AFC home games not including Jacksonville, Miami. We did that one on yesterday show Adam Azar with Jamey Eisenberg and Heath Cummings. This is a good week. Looking forward to some of these games Dallas Seattle. I think even Chicago Atlanta's pretty cool looking forward to Buffalo hosting the Rams, but he's you ready for Monday night Ravens verse three and half Point favorite over the Chiefs, you know, you came to me like Heath. Are you ready for and it's Thursday and men shoes on an island game tonight, and I was all excited game. To say I'm not as ready as Shaggy be is with the men's shoe stashed or going on. It looks absolutely fantastic in every way Monday night and I couldn't even considered my there yet got so much is going to happen before we get to Monday. But like if you want me to make a prediction, I think the Ravens are probably going to win Jamie. What do you think wage? I think that I'm glad I don't have to sit and watch the Jaguars on Sunday. Like I'm usually forced to because one of the guys I work with does radio for the Jaguars something out that way gets. Well get the spotlight on Thursday though. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes, but usually I'm forced to watch Jaguars games. It's painful. What do you think speaking of that guy? I tried to make him a trade-off for offering them. All Jags and former Jags because he has a knowing to team with a bench full of rookies and all of his starters got hurt and he keeps changing quarterbacks to a worse option. Yeah. So this is Pete prisco who just his whole strategy appeared to be wait, wait wait and then take Drew lock with his last know what the that's the funny thing about that that was actually one of his best drafts besides the quarterback. Because he actually did some smart things with that team. Let's see what he's got Derek Carr saquon Barkley Todd Gurley Keenan Allen T Y Hilton Jalen reagor. He's going to have to make some lineup changes. He does have James Robinson Chris Godwin no offense on the bench. All right, so he's got some options. Nobody cares about Pete's team Jamie. I did want a quick prediction for Monday Night Football when he got home. I think the Ravens win as well. I think this is a more important game in their mind that it is the chief and you know Mahomes maybe you have a different option will get to that game the first game we preview. He's only one different options the more you know of the guys that were drafted in that range. There's only one different option. That was not camp Camp. Yeah, he's got I got his history and very tough matchups. It's there been some actually kind of low-scoring patchable. I mean nobody's benching him, but that's the only one I would consider is Kim. Gotcha. All right off. Three players. I want to throw out at you real quick. You tell me if you tell me if you think they're under roster. Okay should be on more teams, Jeff Wilson 14% at the Giants this week. DeSean Jackson 63% gets the Bangles had nine targets and week to Jalen reagor is on IR Golden Tate 53% gets to Forty Niners. I think the stat was he had five games with 80 yards last year 80 or more yards four of them came without a sterling Shepard in the lineup. So Jackson and Tate 63% the average 17 + PPR points in those five games. Without Shepherd on the field. Yeah, and he caught all of his targets last week in four of them. He had eight or more targets. Yeah. So I'm looking at Wilson Jackson and Tate feeling they might be a little under austerity. Just feeling that a thousand percent. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's I think probably the thing holding Jeff Wilson down is that everybody knows he's going to be the early Downs back and the jobs have such a great run defense. You know, I knew he took a shot of me on HQ yesterday and you're taking one of me now and I'll tell you what's happened with the Giants run defense is they've just been really bad in the fourth quarter David Montgomery had 32 rushing yards the first three quarters, he had 50 of rushing yards in the fourth quarter and we saw in the week one Benny Snell just ran all over them late in the game. So I don't really know why they are not doing better in that regard, but that's what's happening. So you do know there was a coaching change, right? So I'm going to have to say that it's different system. But well, I think they're still running a three or four things around 3 four last year, but they have the same same players up front page. And they got a better linebacker. So whatever. Yeah Blake Martinez is better than Alec Ogletree and yeah what who cares? So anyway, I wanted to defend myself from that little pot shots. But yeah Wilson at 14% I mean, would you start him over like Myles Gaskin? I would not I would start him over the non D'Andre Swift Lions guys. If you're looking at it that way, you know, if you're talking about, you know Peterson and kerryon Johnson of just some loam options. I mean, we we just don't know what the 49ers going to do, you know, they've yet to promote as far as I know Michael Hasty off the practice squad. I mean that's a procedural move that I'm sure will come and he could be the guy, you know, I mean, they just might want to see how he's so it could be Wilson in the first half and then if they're playing with the league, which I think a lot of people do expect then maybe we see more of hasty on their running down stuff. I'm the thing. I'm curious about with McKinnon is off. I think one of you guys brought this up, I'm not sure who it was may have been Dave. So I apologize. Whoever said it the turf for the Giants if they're unhappy with it, which clearly they are meaning the 49ers game. Do they want to risk? Jerk? McKinnon's me history after they just watched their quarterback their star defensive player and other key defensive player and they're running back go down maybe because of in their minds the field not being a hundred percent. Correct. Doesn't it kind of piss you off that we're having this discussion like the NFL is a multi-billion-dollar industry and off we are worried about the quality of one of the fields are going to play on. Yeah. Well look the Giants and the Jets and it's interesting. Those are small Market teams, you know, you gotta give them a break. They gotta cut the first time I've ever heard complaints about that field though. I'm sure there have been but it's the first time I've ever heard like you you hear about the obviously the baseball and filled in Oakland when they had to deal with stuff like that, you know years ago you heard about vets stadium in Philadelphia being how horrible that was but I mean, I'm back on the field and in Giants stadium, you know, I've done stand ups on on the sidelines. It didn't seem bad to me, but I'm not running around with out there. So I don't really know you wouldn't have the right shoes. Anyway, Jamie it would have been bad. I did have I did a preseason game off. As I did back-to-back games. I don't know if it was a Giants and jets but I did back-to-back games and I'm on camera and this giant fly is right in my face. And at one point I had to just you know, do one of these and The Preserve. Still sends me pictures of me. That's why all right. Let's talk about some starts and sits. Who do you love this week? He's can be some play one or two players that you just you loving this week wage, but Jamie mentioned him and I think like I just one more time Cam Newton. I just love Cam Newton. Not this week next week every week off the Dave come around yet as Dave come around on Cam Newton. Yep, I think so. I think he's he's the lowest this week, but he still has some ninth you guys have him fourth and fifth. That makes sense. Yeah, he's he's coming around but just like a week a week behind. Well, yeah to look I didn't really think he was going to be this good. I think it's fair. I just oh, it's it's absolutely I mean his reservations were warranted, you know, you could but it was it was just funny after we won like not getting a little bit more excited like he was just Debbie Downer on Camelback to fair enough. Well, it didn't work out. Yeah, he's got him nice and the only one that that's ahead of him and Dave's rankings that I think really stands out is Aaron Rodgers, especially if Davante, I mean, I can't that'll change something about the Adams doesn't play but I guess like just to give one that's kind of out there probably vs. Everyone else's rankings Dallas got hurt last four thousand L Eagles games got hurt has more targets than Zach ertz going back to the playoffs and last year in week sixteen. He's performing better on a per Target. It's right now. Jalen reagor is now on IR. So we're back to a situation where they've got one and half healthy wide receivers Burt's and Goddard are both starters, but I would start got her overts. What do you think about Heath in regards to Goddard what Pete prisco said on HQ yesterday about the contract you think that's something that the coaching staff is maybe has in their minds in terms of how they're operating with Hertz. It's weird. I mean, I think that maybe it's not weird. I mean, it's it's another thing to consider. Yeah, like there's a little bit of I don't know if like, I don't know if there's like ongoing Strife between him and the organization but he's not happy and the thing is he's under contract for next year like it's not like he's a very bad this year to guess. You just watched what the other two guys that you're considered in their class not paid off or like what so what you suggested that they're not throwing the Earth's because he contract didn't suggest that that's the case. He just, you know, kind of I guess hinted at it saying that song Their future Goddard is their future and so is it the, you know, we talked about this running backs all the time, you know, The Changing of the Guard. Yeah. I know. This is just one example, he's he's brought up a task when Ingram was suspended and Kamara was coming off his strong rookie campaign and it was does does Ingram get his exact role back or does Camaro get more work because you know who the future through the the past is going to be and so you wonder if the plate designs maybe are a little bit different if the the you know, the first look for whence is being told to go goddard's I mean, they're always going to say they're going to if they're doing that then that's pathetic. I really hope that's true. But but I think off or it was more like we want to see if Goddard can be the guy right before we decide whether we're going to pay hurts. It's just it's just one of those things like when you look at conspiracy theories players and circumstances, it's a fun one to point you again. Nobody was saying that that's the case. It's just, you know going that up. Okay, Jamie, who do you love this week by the way, he says Earth's and Goddard both Tom. Seven and nine people you are both top six and PPR ahead of almost everyone within like the obvious must-starts Jamie. Who do you love this week? I love Joshua Kelly. He's he's a start of the week for a week number three. It's a yeah, it's just a fantastic opportunity against a very very bad Panthers defense and you know, I've got a lot of questions since the article came out about do I start Kelly over Kareem hunt. Do I start Kelly over Joe mix? Do I start Kelly over Todd Gurley in orders? I bring that up is that's the one that I would start him over of the the mustard guys. I would start him over all the waiver wire guys and take a look at it. Usually when I have the start of the week. It's a guy that's top 10 at their respective position or top-15. He's top twenty for me. So it's not across-the-board. You have to start him and don't start off regular. He's not there yet. But I love to set up for him against his Panthers defense. That's just been absolutely awful. They allow the most touchdowns to the position. They allow the most receptions to the position. He's gotten as my dog. Carrie so far through two games as Austin ekeler they like him a lot. And so I think it's an easy set up for him to have success against the team that's on the road for back-to-back weeks. Yeah Caroline. It's interesting. They I can see they've been so terrible against the run but they're just getting run on a ton and they have actually seen for a team which with which has maybe you know, one of the most unproven secretaries in the NFL. They have seen the fewest wide receiver Target's they're two games Carolina. So it's just you know, and I guess it makes sense right there. You're beating them you're going to run the ball. I think part of that also is that their first game was against the Raiders and we know how much they throw their wide receivers. Yeah, that's true. And why am I Blind Guardian was out in week two? All right last week, right? But the the 35 times I mean, right? Okay, who are you avoiding this week any sits this week Todd Gurley? Okay against the Bears. Yep, David Johnson if I can. Yeah, oh, he's sixty second-ranking debates. So David don't really want to start Marketing Group. And despite I will regret saying this but he kind of looks washed and his quarterback looks washed. So do you by Hilton Head Oh, I thought you were saying Mark Ingram in the margin Jackson say I say to you by Hilton? Yeah. Okay, and I'll you know same thing. I said last week about these guys off on Watson and will Fuller. Okay? Yeah, so there but what about the fact that Pittsburgh hasn't really been great against the number one receivers that you know Slayton, how are you off interpreter? It's late and had a hundred yards and two touchdowns and Courtland Sutton played like 40% of the snaps and he had 66 yards. I think will Fuller is battling through something, you know, so there's that risk of him leaving the game. I think those guys are fantastic Bi-Lo candidates. You can get will Fuller probably cheap DeShaun Watson cheaper than he may ever be The schedule is about to become fantastic compared to what it was. I mean, I don't know what Bill O'Brien did to the schedule makers because they hate him. I mean after starting the season with those three matchups. Yeah, you know, especially each of them on the road. It's it it was a nightmare to begin with and so, you know, we thought I remember he's saying this, you know, the hope would be is some of these come back efforts garbage time would be in DeShaun Watson the passing games benefit and it wasn't week one. But we threw was a disaster and week three could be a disaster again. All right, let's get to the age where he's news and notes. We got a lot of them to get to here. But first, you know, you should listen to Fantasy Football today in 5, you know, how long it takes to listen to that show 5 minutes. Okay, we record six times per week. We give you a bonus episode on Sunday mornings, although I do put that episode into this feed off, but other than the Sunday morning one, which comes out around 8:30 a.m. It's 3:00 in the morning. These are published. So when you wake up in the morning, you want your quick fft fix subscribe to the fantasy football today in five podcast. And we've got a starter set pregame chat on Twitch tonight 7 p.m. Eastern Heath and I are going to be on their answering your questions twitch.com fftoday 7 p.m. Eastern. We have a lot of fun on swage. So so come join us. All right. Let's see some big names missing practice Davante Adams Josh Jacobs, Darren wall or Julio Jones. Let's start with those guys Adams Jacobs wall or Julio Jones. Who do you think is actually in danger of missing this week's game? Adams and maybe Julio like him Julio not practicing on Wednesdays. Not any big deal at all, but Ian Rapoport tweeting about Julio not practicing Wednesday and something to watch makes me care a little bit more. Nick Mullens is likely to start for the 49ers at the Giants and Justin Herbert will start Tyrod Taylor has a punctured lung. So the Nick Mullens at the Giants and Tyrod Taylor against Carol. Sorry Justin Herbert against Carolina, if you're desperate for a quarterback or superflex, whatever who's better? Oh Herbert, you should absolutely add him in those formats because it could be a multiple week injury for tie rod and you know, it's going to be an interesting decision for Anthony Lynn if Herbert is fantastic as long as tie rod is out because based on the circumstances you're taking the guy's job away from him if that happens because of a you know team scenario that did this thing. Oh, yeah, and that's not going to probably sit well with a lot of people especially in that locker room, but you know, the future is Herbert and if he is, you know, just on fire, how do you take him out of that job? So it's it's really a tough spot for the Chargers to be in France me Lindsay in but Herbert should be added in any superflex or two quarterback league if he was not drafted in those formats. Yeah. Well, hopefully for Anthony Lynn Herbert's just horrible and the decisions easy, right? That's Jake played against the Chiefs. I'd be shocked if he's going to be horrible Sam. I thought it was really good. But yeah, you never know the films out there wage. All right. So let's talk about the Panthers backfield who could possibly steal touches from Mike Davis. Do you think Curtis Samuels? There is some momentum here with like people think her to Sam is going to get some carries or should get some carries and he had for last week and all four are actually before McCaffrey's injury and then there's Trenton Cannon cuz I don't think Reggie bonnafon has been elevated yet. So from the practice squad so Curtis Samuel Trenton Cannon, I'm not saying starting but I'm thinking I'm saying do you think they are a fly in the ointment basically from Mike Davis? No. Okay, cool. I think everything's at play. Everything's up with answers. Yeah, I like Christian McCaffrey gets 20 to 25 touches a game. I've got Mike Davis projected for 17 right now. Maybe that should be a little bit lower based on the risk. But Curtis Samuel was always going to get some carries. I don't need I mean we don't know. Okay. Yeah just it needs to be brought up for all the people with Mike Davis. We're going to preview that game Sterling Shepard on IR with turf toe Jalen reagor on IR torn UCL and his thumb in a trade-off. We might be out until week ten 7 Coleman's on IR George Kittle status is uncertain Richie Incognito left guard for the Raiders. He's on IR they're already on their third string right tackle. So a little beat up on the line Dolphins cornerback Byron Jones is out for tonight's game. DJ Chark is questionable. All right, let's break this down Heath if DJ Chark does not play. What does that mean for for everyone for men shoe for sure offer Cole? It's been a weird start to the season where they're throwing it to DJ Chark like a number one wide receiver. Anyway, it would make me a little more leery about men shoe but you're still starting him. I would think it would be great benefit for both coal and Chenault and Chris Connelly and Chris Connelly. Yeah, but I've got colon Chenault is number three slash number massage Lexus right now off. They would still be that just higher-end versions. Would you drop men shoe behind Roethlisberger if shark doesn't play? I don't think I would but I mean as of this morning I think talk is playing. He got a limited practices. So okay, just if you guys are some reason starting Josh Lambo just be aware. He's on IR. He's their kicker. He's twelve percent Rossford. So yeah, they picked up Ferrari so they're good. Okay, Brandon Linder Jacksonville Center is out tonight, Brown and cam Akers both miss practice. So let's go. Let's go Darryl Henderson. Buffalo linebackers, Matt Milano and Tremaine Edmunds were Edmunds were limited in practice. That's good news defensive tackle at all of our miss practice. So that's bad news. Good news of year. The Rams not good news. If you're programs AJ Brown this practice jonnu Smith was limited Minnesota. We know about their secondary two cornerbacks Mike Hughes in Camden. They miss practice Cincinnati looks like they could be without too defensive tackles Geno Atkins at McDaniel's for this game against Philadelphia Jamison Crowder and Richard Perryman miss practice Dallas cornerback chidobe. Awuzie. Is going to miss most multiple weeks so light it up cook Russell Wilson, Jack Doyle miss practice and Cleveland right tackle. Jack Conklin is going to play this week and Cleveland's get a little defensively and there's just this one last note. I want to read this is from the Tampa Bay Times. Here's what Tampa Bay Times said about they're the Bucks running backs. Don't expect Arians to give fornetto one status, even though he believes he will play a bigger role as it gets a better hold of the offensive Playbook quote. I love the way it works out right now area and said to have Leonard come in with fresh legs and the fourth quarter and pound it took that very few teams have that combination. So the speculation is that for net will be used more in late in the game and also the Tampa Bay Times reminding us that last year against Denver fournette ran for 125 yards a career-high and that prompted the Broncos to change their defensive alignment basically and use the defensive front that they are still using today. So interesting game looking forward to think I am Move Joshua Kelly up another spot over for net. Yeah. Okay. All right. Well listen credit card. I want to talk to you about that. Cuz I've seen a couple of my friends deal with this. 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That's the only place to get it l i g h t s t r a f f t subject to credit approval rate includes a point five auto point five percent auto-pay discount terms and conditions apply and offers are subject to change without notice. Visit life m. F f t for more information. All right getting into the games now got some East Coast and West Coast trips the Niners and the Rams are both going to the East Coast for the second straight week. So that's interesting and Vegas is at New England. They have been very good on the east coast in recent years a little shorter trip now with Tampa Bay's at Denver Carolina said at the Chargers and then one thing I noticed last week man, like all the wide receivers who had tough matchups pretty much crushed them except for will Fuller. It just how much does he's even matter to you. I mean you look at like Cooper kupp at Buffalo you look at Houston at Pittsburgh. You look at AJ Green against Darius Slay. The Chargers are tough matchup for Carolina Kenny. Golladay, Arizona, Tyreek Hill at Baltimore last week was so high scoring and it didn't matter. He doesn't matter this week. I care about how good the defense is that a wide receiver is amazing because it could affect touchdown chances. I am not concerned about individual matchups. Jamie any individual matchups that concern you I think he's point is valid, you know, like the Rams, for example, they got they got beat up the bills got beat up a little bit with their linebackers out as we saw a sec. He just light up that team where they had been so good against Titans. So you get those two linebackers back and now their defense is close to home. I think it could be tough for the Rams offense as a whole. So I downgrade their entire team if those guys play We've got an anniversary of sorts. By the way. This is the my favorite stat that I dragged her and I found it has been now two full years. You go back to MP3 of 2018 where multiple wide receivers basically had a good fantasy game against the Chargers from the you know, in the same game. It's 10 or more of our points 14 or more PPR points. It has not happened in a regular season game since week three of 2018. It did happen in a playoff game just barely Phillip Dorsett and Julian Edelman in the 2018-19 postseason, but that's going to be fun like Robby Anderson is Robby Anderson to start this week is DJ Morris start this week against the Panthers. I will get more and more Chargers. I would lean more towards DJ more than Robby Anderson. I would try and sit Robbie understand this week. Yeah, I understand the boom-bust number three. I don't you don't have to ask me probably if I'm starting DJ Moore. Okay fair enough. All right, let's do some 60 seconds rankings disputes. Let's try to really make them 60 seconds to Sean Watson 19th for Jamie 11th for Heath. He is at Pittsburgh Davis right in the middle at 14th, Jamie. You say basically sit DeShaun Watson. Yeah, he may move up a couple spots like right now I have golf ahead of him that may change again if those linebackers are going to play but I just think it's going to be easy for Sean Watson once again, so he's a great buy-low candidate don't give up on DeShaun Watson, but you don't have to start him this week and a tough matchup against Pittsburgh. We already have a good example of what he looked like in a tough match up last week. He's pack. Yeah. I listen it was bad last week against Baltimore. The Steelers have not been as good as we thought they were going to be defensively and maybe they will be in this game. I don't log. Starting to Sean Watson. But Gardner Minshew is the only guy who was available on the waiver wire that I feel good starting above him. I'm not starting fitzmagic tonight over him. I'm not starting Tannehill or Joe burrow over him. So I'm going to pull it back out there. Okay. How about how about Matthew Stafford? I give him back-to-back Stafford. Once I would start Stafford over to Sean Watson. I think Stafford going to have a very good wage with Kenny golladay back and chasing the score in Arizona. All right. How about Tom Brady? So Jamie's got Brady as a start. He's got him tense. He says him 20-second. He so you're saying sit Tom Brady at Denver. I just I'm going to need I've gotten to the point with Brady. I just I'm going to need to see it first. I don't think this Denver defense is particularly good but back on the road. I I kind of think they might just be a little bit more conservative. They were they threw 35 passes last week. And maybe that's where they're at again, but 35 passes isn't enough for Tom Brady right. Now the way that they've they're just not they've not gelled Jamie more optimistic on Brady. Yes. I think Brady is going to be very good low-end starter. This is going to be his best game yet because this is going to be the first time that he has his healthy wide receivers on the field. He did not have a healthy Mike Evans in week one and Chris Godwin was knocked out of that game and then he did not have Chris, and week to if he's throwing 35 times against this Broncos defense. I think he's going to be serviceable. He's not going to have a 30 point game, but I think he'll be in that twenty to twenty-five Point range and that will put him in the neighborhood of a top ten quarterback Josh Kelley Jamie's start of the week. So Jamie's got him 20th in both formats. See if you have them 30th and non PPR 36th in PPR. You're not feeling against Carolina for Josh Kelley. Yeah. I I've moved him up. We had this situation with Ben Roethlisberger last week and I saw that he was a sort of the week and so I thought Looking and I do think it's a good situation. I think that the Chargers are going to be more conservative than I originally had them forecast that I've got Kelly at around 26 to 28 now both in both formats. It's probably going to require a touchdown like I don't think Josh Kelley is probably going to be good enough to start this week without one but they should score some touchdowns against the Panthers So Jamie wage, which waiver wire running backs. Are you starting Kelly ahead of when you look at the Giants the 49ers might be starting up over Mike Davis all of them. How about you Heath Mike Davis or Josh Kelly. I think Davis office is now I will start Davis over him if like Henderson, let's see who's active if it's just Henderson and brown. I would probably start interesting over him as well. But the rest of the waiver wire guys are buying them. Yes, I will say this if both Rams guys are out Henderson would be better. But at this point we're kind of anticipating Brown to play. All right. Couple more David Johnson David Johnson is 15 for Heath wage. For Jamie and Dave is also closer to 24 Jamie. You're not quite you you kind of set it early on really want to start David Johnson know. I mean we're looking at a guy that is not getting a ton of old. He had a great week one against the Chiefs and he averaged seven yards of carrier and then he comes back in week two and he didn't have the same level of production with 11 carries. You know, I I just don't want to buy into a guy that's going to be chasing points and is going to have you know, three or four catches. I think that's certainly a feasible for him based on what we've seen but this is not a good match up for him at all. And so I like to avoid David Johnson if you can okay Steelers have are giving up 2.55 yards-per-carry two running backs facing Berkeley and Gordon, but he you got David Johnson 15. Yeah, and I haven't real life. I you say that and I don't feel like I want to be in a rankings dispute over David Johnson saying that I like him. Okay, so maybe I'll just move him down. But yeah, it's dead. I there's not a lot of running backs that you feel confident about having double-digit carries and being four to five targets. And so like I think that's probably going to do that and I do think that even in garbage time. He's probably still going to be okay. We're still not expecting to do Johnson to play right? But let me ask question he because touches through two weeks. She has more right? Yeah, that's many probably true Kelly more than 35 carries and David Johnson. Yeah, he's much more. So better matchup for Kelly verse says the Panthers at home compared to David Johnson on the road and the catches should favor David Johnson, but they did throw two times to Kelly last week in his second NFL game. Why would you not play Josh Kelley over David Johnson? Well, I would say like they're they're volume and the running game was basically the same in week one. Then he had the 23 carries against blacks and Kelly had more dead. One in his birthday 12 to 11. Basically the same. Like I said, I think that just don't feel confident that he's going to catch two passes and it feels like to is closer to his ceiling than his floor. But yeah, I thought I could understand someone starting Kelly over Johnson. I I don't feel as confident in his role as a 20 touch back after one week of seeing it and I wonder how much of that was just in her boss just told him he was starting five seconds before the game. We really would like to just run the ball as much as possible. Yeah. Well look if they if they give the ball to Kelly more than echler again. I just don't I just don't get it off, you know, like there was so much more effective than Kelly Butler said get more touches than just isn't Kelly better than a quick conversation. Not not by any stretch. I know you know how much I like. Kelberg. He did not be playing more than Austin ekeler, but I'd be shocked unless this game goes completely sideways for the Chargers if he's getting less than 15 carries in this game. All right, let's do this start ohmmeter now Jarvis Landry against Washington wage Here on the start. Ohmmeter, Washington Cleveland Vegas New England Jets Colts. Those are gonna be the last three games that we get to today. So if you can't stick around start on meter for Jarvis Landry 0 to 10 3 and non PPR 5 and PPR one. All right. I'm like what I said about Brady earlier. I'm kind of right there with Jarvis Landry. I'm afraid against Washington. There's not enough pass volume for a Jarvis Landry to be good. Lawyer. Okay, that's an interesting game just because of their run the the Washington run defense has been good, you know, and we'll we'll the Browns I think they will but will they be able to run on the Washington football team to the same length? They did Against The Bangles. What about Beckham 0 to 10:00 on Beckham? I would say 7 for both for my 5 would you guys start Josh Kelly or Beckham? I would start Kelly in non-ppr to start vacuuming. I would say that yeah. All right, Cam Newton's attend. How about any Patriots running back again, Las Vegas? We still don't know if James White is playing right? So I think he's going to play. I hope to play hope everything is you know, okay with his mother obviously his father's passing his tragic. But, if he plays I start him, you know in PPR. Yeah, I I'd kind of like to wait and see what his what his role is. I'd rather I'll say one thing I would imagine if he's out there, you know, they'll try to get him something to you know, celebrate him, you know, hung up to score something to you know, make him feel good and you know, give him a chance to probably do something in the endzone celebrate his father and his mother. How about Julian Edelman 0 to 10 10 I would say eight in PBR 7 and non PPR any Vegas wide receiver add New England? 029 Hines against the Jets 113 and PPR zero and non PPR Frank Gore or George and all any jet at all know like Hogan maybe if he plays and Cracker Barrel in don't burritos might be or Barrios or whatever area say his last name would be the best jet. What about Hogan though? Like cuz Barrios have 30-yard touchdown with two with two minutes left and twenty-five points starting these guys like, you know, so many injuries out there that day. I went down that road last week with Danny Amendola. I thought Danny Amendola was going to get like sixty seventy yards and I've started him and a half PPR league and he was a dud but I don't I don't remember why I had to start him, but they you know, it was it was our Flex League, you know, you have to start to flexes. Yeah, so I don't know I could see fourteen Team league like know somebody's going to do something for the Jets. Yeah 14 think somebody may be stuck. I get that, you know, so sure shouldn't shouldn't poo poo butt. I would I would prefer hoping over burial City Place. All right. Yeah, let's let's do it. Okay, finally getting to the games Kansas City at Baltimore. This is what USA Today said about Mike panel who is back. He was suspended for two games defensive tackle for the Chiefs pedal played a crucial role for the Chiefs defense down the stretch. He was the top run-stopping defensive lineman for Kansas City and helped bring a run defense to a respectable level. So he is back and that has big state of the game. Number one Patrick Mahomes is 20th in Aries yards and 32nd in Aries yards. Per pass attempt took 9th in that category last year. So so far through two games not really throwing the ball downfield status. Yeah plus. Yeah. It sucks start of the game to Marquise Brown has six Targets in each of his first two games, but in the four games last year in which the Ravens allowed twenty three or more points, and I picked that number because I don't think the Chiefs scored Less Than Jake. Three like all year last year maybe once I don't know he had nine seven five and eleven Targets in those games. So, you know, everybody starting Mahomes you guys said you can start cam overnight and maybe some others but whatever starting Bahamas starting Lamar Jackson Marquise Brown will be a tougher call Starter Set Marquise Brown. I do think there's a chance to Target they're up this week. low-end number two wide receiver Yeah, I I wouldn't argue I would say hi and number three but it's that same range. I've got them just just inside my top 30 same range as Odell Beckham for me off the easy ones in this game are the quarterbacks Kelsey and Andrews and Clyde edwards-helaire. Right? We're going to start everyone everyone. They have a little nervous about Clyde but you're starting. Yes. Okay. I mean you start Jonathan sale over Clyde edwards-helaire Just for kicks and then I'm sure everyone starting Tyreek Hill. But how concerned are you considering? What boss has done to will Fuller and who did they destroy in week one and it can't even weak one. They destroyed Odell Beckham Odell Petco ten targets three catches, right? So what do you think about Tyreek? I dropped him out of my top five. Yeah, you're not been since Henrico. Look you last weeks of your great example of how they'll move Tyreek hill and in some different formations and moving. Around a little bit, you know, it was a lot of just Little Crossing routes and just trying to make sure they got the ball in the stands 11 targets against the Chargers. That's that's encouraging. I was good. I liked that. All right. So then that brings us to the real running backs. And yeah, what do you what are your thoughts there? The Chiefs defense should get better with Pannell and I would trying to point out Mark Ingram really got almost all of the carries until the fourth quarter of their last game and there should be there most competitive game of the year. So what are your thoughts on these Ravens running backs? I like Ingram's the only one that I would consider. Yes. I'm not you can't start any other guys in any confidence at all? I would say that Ingram is a fine Flex. He's actually off the guys that I have behind Kelly. I would rather start Mike Davis than Ingram. I would rather start Henderson unless both of the Rams backs are back. I I'd rather start David Montgomery the Ingram but he's a fine flicks. Would you guys start laviska shenault or Keelan Cole ahead of Mark Ingram in half or full PPR if torque is out for whatever reason then yes if Mark is in then no it's not like those guys have seen a huge volume of targets yet right that and I think you you what you said was appropriate. It's going to be there most competitive game for Baltimore. And so you would imagine that anger was going to be on the field. Much more so than probably Gus Edwards and and maybe JK Dobbins. So I think you just lean on the fact that there's a touchdown potential coming for Mark Ingram. Maybe the caches are up to act a little bit. I was still stick with him. Okay. Yeah, if you if you like prop bets you could see what his receiving totals are because the Chiefs they gave up the most receiving yards two running backs last year and they're already off to a terrible start allowing 32 or more receiving yards to three running backs so far into games not exactly engrams Mo but maybe something kind of sneaky. So when they throw to him he does well, it's just the throat and very much marking down Marcus Brown. Ingram in non-ppr from Pure sure any sleepers in this game Sammy Watkins or it's just Sammy Sammy took her to call. You know, he says he's healthy, right that was the interesting thing. You know, we will find out today if he practices but no no Sleepers for me. Okay. And by the way, the homes is 6 for Jamie V for Dave 7th for Heath. It's Kyler Murray Lamar Jackson Russell Wilson, Josh Allen. And those are the consensus for that are ahead of Patrick Mahomes and Cam Newton for both Jamie and Heath. Not for Dave. Okay. Well, that's yeah, I mean that's that game even though it's the most exciting. It's kind of easy with those teams. However, the Ravens DST you could try to get away from them. They are 12:00 for Jamie 10 for Dave and 9th for Heath. Only two teams suck double-digit fantasy points against to dst's against the Chiefs last year. So some of the best defenses they faced were absolutely horrible against them. So, you know, you can look for the Colts look for the Chargers some other options Dodge Rams are at the Bill's Buffalo with two and half Point favorite. The total here is 47 and 1/2. I've got two stats of the game one that probably won't influence your lineup decision in 2019. Only three quarterbacks scored more than 21 fantasy points against the Rams and so far through two games Dak Prescott. And Carson Wentz have fallen short of that March that Mark so we'll see if Josh Allen can do it. He's top five quarterback. So that's not going to influence your decision. However, this one might sound of the game that might influence your decision. The Rams are second in the NFL in rushing attempts home. So is that what they're going to try to do try to run the ball the bills run defense? Probably not as good as it's past defense see what happens with those linebackers getting healthy, hopefully, but you know, even if Brown does play, you know, what does that mean for Henderson and brown and I don't know throw acres in there as well like they run the ball a lot so far. Yeah, right question, right? I think you look at it as they're probably flexes because you don't know what Browns workload be and Henderson's probably going to lead them in in carries or touches, you know to make sure that brown doesn't re-injure his finger. So I would lean Henderson over brown but you're right. It's it's a defense that's going to be tough for this Rams offense to perform well against at least as well as we've seen cuz they were very efficient running the ball against the Cowboys and then Jerry golf was very efficient against the Eagles. This is their toughest test to date and you know going on the road back-to-back weeks East Coast West Coast East Coast 1:00 start again, you know, I could see the Rams offense struggling a little bit. They're due for a little bit of a letdown after to know start and so Buffalo can make things uncomfortable for them. Now if those guys don't play as we saw Tyler higbee should wage. Them up because my kiseki lift them up. And so you saw that's where God's production came from last week, especially with the with the touchdowns. So you gotta be a little bit concerned about Robert Woods a little bit concerned about Cooper kupp. This is a good second thoughts and you know, we'll see if if they put your davius white on one of them and who he follows. So I'd be I'd be a little cautious about this this offense for for the rims. If you want a quick rundown of what some of the early slot wide receivers that against the bills last year. Remember they played the Dolphins and the and the Jets so far so not too much to go off but slot receivers last year probably did really well. Yeah and right and your 14 catches 499 yards last year and eight catches for 66 yards in the second game Tyler Boyd 64608 Edelman for 4:30 Landry 94-97 and a touchdown, 453 Edelman 572. They did pretty well. I mean bad bad against crowd or bad against Landry, but they did pretty well. So who do you like better copper Woods? What Woods which start Marquise Brown or Mark Ingram over Cooper? Kupp? I would start Marquise Brown over Cooper. Kupp. I would start cup over Braun has been disappointing. I mean, you know last week they were forcing him the ball and he got over 100 total yards. But you know, you need him to score. That's kind of been the mo for him. And you know, he hasn't scored now into games and tough matchup. Where are the targets. It's six or fewer Targets in the eight of us last 10 games now, so it's in each of the first two games for Cooper. Kupp and then Tyler higbee, I mean, how much does the injury report matter here for Tyler heck because the bills were maybe the worst matchup for tight ends last year, but you take away to Great Lengths clears. Yeah, you take away too great linebackers and they were horrible against cuz thank you. So like how much is up in the air in terms of where your ranking Tyler higbee? When I first did my rankings that started the week had in third and then as the as you go you go through the process. I know he's does as well with this production's you kind of shift things around and now he's down to 11th. So it It's it's a big swing. You know, I don't think a lot of people are going to sit Tyler higbee. You can start Dallas Cowboys over him. They're back-to-back in my rankings. You can start down to Smith. You can start like the second you can start some other guys that you may not have considered wrong. But, you know after a three-touchdown game, it's hard to get away from Tyler he be completely especially since those guys are not a hundred percent. Yeah, I would start gesicki over him tonight. I just like the matchup might be fantastic and he might be for three touchdowns. But he's also getting like five targets a game right? It's not the same thing as what happened at the end of last year. Yeah, he had taught all five of his targets and he scored three touchdowns. I mean, that's very it's a good thing to note heat. And would you start Dalton Schultz over Mike? No guessing heck me sorry baby know and and I will say that if those guys are getting in a full practice by Friday, I would put Goddard ahead. All right. So Henderson, I think we gotta stay on Darryl Henderson for a bit. What what's the range of of where you might rank em, depending on who's available here? Let's say everyone's out. Where's Darryl Henderson, when I first did my projections with everyone out and I wouldn't have left him here anyway, because it was ridiculous. But he was my phone number seven running back. I moved him quickly down to 15th. And then when I saw the report about Malcolm Brown like he had surgery on his pinky, but they think he's just going to place. I've got Henderson. I went out brown ranked yet. I understand kind of rank like one of those guys is going to play and that's right around 25. So I think he's a low nrb to as long as it's only wage. Then it comes back if all three come back then you can't put a Rams running back in your top 30. Here's the tricky part because you're obviously playing James Robinson over Henderson. You should at least But you may consider Myles Gaskin over Henderson if those guys play and that's where I think you gotta make a tough choice. So I don't think there's that much of a higher ceiling for gasket over Henderson that you don't want to wait it out with the Rams guys. But if all three come back and you're thinking Henderson vs Gaskin, I would prefer gasket if I knew that those other together an appointment. All right, let's go to the bills here. Josh Allen is your top five quarterback. Sorry, Jamie said that's a good point. That's where you should go. Pick up. Jeff Wilson. Yeah, it was going to say that. All right sympatico. That's why we share a fantasy team Bills running backs. So long exact miles has a toe injury. I don't know if I said that earlier, but that could be big is it like you're not starting them unless mosses out and then you start Singletary. Oh single Tire would be a must-start at monsters out. Yes. I've got Singletary as a borderline start with moss playing. So yeah, he probably be a top-15 running back for me if if you divorce wasn't playing so who's the best running back in this game? Let's let's say let's say you have Moss Singletary Henderson and Brown playing who's the best running back? Single turn. Yeah. Yeah over Henderson if those guys are playing yet. The thing with brown playing is like I could see a scenario of brown being like a break glass in case of emergency type of situation like ended up going to get all the work and we don't want to risk Brown getting hurt further and I'd be shocked if with a fractured pinky after having surgery that he's playing in the passing game, you know, so Brown would be off the table for me this week wage. Unless Henderson's heard an acres is out, you know, so I just I wouldn't want to trust him at all. So he would be fourth and distant fourth, but I think the the bills guys will still be close together with Singletary slightly head because we saw week one, you know, he's he's the prefer goal-line option. Yeah. I know he's gets all the all the Reds all the green zone work Zack Moss. Okay as final question here, by the way Rampage going so far against pass-catching running back so that could help Singletary Buffalo wide receivers. Are you starting both digs and brown? I'd be a little bit more concerned about Brown just you know, that that could be where Ramsey ends up because they'll move things around the Plame inside as well so cold because he's bankrupt or something to keep in mind. You know that that he's not a hundred percent so that could change some things also, but I'm not getting away from Biggs yet, right. You gotta start Diggs. I I would say brown for me Brown in that Marquise Brown Odell Beckham range of number three wide receivers that you're probably starting. Okay, and the dst's are I guess both in play more often the for Heath. They are for Jamie and Dave. It's just the bills. Okay Houston at Pittsburgh. This is Josh. Allen stuff is test obviously yeah after the two defense he's faced. So I'm curious to see how he does and the Dolphins dropped a couple of pics last week. I thought I would expect the Rams are going to get a couple of turnovers at least real might put up 30 points again, but there should be some fantasy points for the defenses. I would think our Houston and Pittsburgh stay out of the game think I've probably given this before but in a way the Big Mac was invented in the Pittsburgh suburbs by Jim delligatti a local McDonald's franchisee. It was first sold and eating seven these stats again. I could understand why you want to make sure that I might use that one, but I got to get it in there who knows that where the Big Mac was invented now, you know, tell your friends. All right, it's already forgot. We talked about the show Pittsburgh Adams. Where's the Roethlisberger invented dead Pittsburgh Miami, Ohio DeShaun Watson, we talked about that. Jamie says, he says, he's number 11. You can start them start him over phone number. Read like waiver-wire guy, except Minshew David Johnson. We already talked about he's higher on him but might be moving him down the rankings a little bit. So he's a number to running back David Johnson David Johnson or Stefon Diggs the exact David Johnson, John Brown. Johnson Brown and PPO any interest in a Houston wide receiver this week cooks or Fuller if Fuller was out then I'd have interest in Cooks it. Is that have interest in done? It's so weird because like it we had lots of speculation about will Fuller and he definitely was getting his hamstring stretched at one point last week, but he wasn't even on the back porch. Yeah. I'm I would put I put Fuller in that like there's a big to be a big range cuz I've said a lot but I put him in the same range as John Brown and those guys boom-or-bust number that receiver the range goes from twenty to sixty. How about Jordan Akins? You know, like I said yesterday nice job when they've been chasing points. It happened in week one the late touchdown and obviously happened last week cuz they're behind Darren Fells is they're starting tight end but eakins is there pass-catching tight end off you are stuck. It's not bad. Like if you didn't pick up Dalton Schultz or Jordan read or you know, any of the tight ends that we've talked about off the wave or like I I like Drew sample for example better than Jordan Akins, but you know, he's in that group of guys that you could be looking at and certainly inside in premium Legacy should be added. I agree with that. I will the one thing I'll add just to watch for this week. Akins is currently forth amongst tight ends and routes run like he is running in that generally will eventually turn into good things. Yeah, they loved him coming out of Camp. He had a fantastic training camp and he should be playing more you should be getting more opportunities. So that's a that's a great, you know stashed I tend I drafted him in the Fishbowl. I may be playing Five tight ends this week off. They picked up to sample. I have Zach ertz and Travis Kelce and I have Dalton Schultz. I may be playing all five. All right, Ben. Roethlisberger is 12th for everyone for Dave Jamie and he 12-12-12. How about that long? You know, excellent and looked like Houston had kind of done a respectable job against Mahomes and and Jackson like neither of them went off, but they both had passed the ratings like above a hundred and thirteen so I did not know how how well they've actually done and imagine if you're the Texas and you go. Oh we get a break from Georgia. Now, we got to play a Hall of Famer any hesitancy any hesitation to start James Conner none. Okay, and then the Pittsburgh wide receivers how we feeling about them? Who's better Juju or Johnson? I've got Juju for at least one more week. I would be really nice if they throw it. Did you just a little bit more but they're both in like they're both ahead of that gigantic range that I was pushed from 2060. Okay, Jamie agreed. You just better. Yeah, I think there's going to be a squeaky wheel game coming for JuJu at some point could happen this week. It's not like catching the ball, you know, so it's just that the anti Johnson's the favorite guy right now, you know, it's it's it's kind of similar to Antonio Brown and JuJu just not Johnson's not wage level yet and we gotta you know, I'm very curious to see what this game looks like cuz I think the Texans had such a bad secondary last year, but they were so injured they're healthier now. They're still waiting for Gary and down to get back there. I don't think they're that bad, but I don't think we know yet. So let's see what happens Bradley roby's done a pretty solid job again the number once so far through two weeks. They face too great running teams to Cheers. The Ravens. Yeah, exactly. Like I do kind of feel like though and it's it's like the Sam darnold type thing. We just haven't learned anything about the Texans yet. Right? Nobody would look good job playing the Chiefs Ravens and Steelers. We do know we know they're not a Super Bowl Contender like that damned. I don't think I mean they're going to be a team that makes the late-season push, you know, because they're they're too talented in that they have a great quarterback it look you face the two best teams in football arguably. I know but the thing is like they're they're always going to be great in the AFC South, you know, but they're still interview of a degree there still a division Contender. That's of course. Yes. Absolutely. Yeah. I'm going to be open 3 and there's still a contender in their own. Yeah, for sure. Yeah last year right was last year the the Frank right game or is that two years ago? I think it was two years ago. I don't know when they over time. They were left for dead. Yeah and Frank Reich made that dumb decision and then they wanted overtime. Right. I remember Tampa Bay is at Denver. Here's one stay out of the game. Denver has held AJ Brown and JuJu Smith Schuster to less than fifty yards. Both of them had eight targets. The number two wide receivers have been great. I can't imagine getting away from God when events although he tells the outside the top twenty just interesting there right at 20, right? I tried really hard to get them inside the top-20. I fudged things a little bit cuz I didn't want to be outside the top twenty. I thought they were Twenty-One twenty-two. Okay, covid-19 and 20. Okay. Great. Both are going 402 touchdown this week. Oh, here's another set of the game. Tampa Bay has now gone eight straight games without allowing 60 rushing yards to a running back. They are however giving up the second most receiving yards to running back and that's what happens when you face Chimera McCaffrey and Mike Davis, but Melvin Gordon is pretty interesting. He came through last week. He scored but I'm good as the Steelers run defense has the Bucks are probably going to say they're the best in the NFL. They were last year. I'm going to say that why not this year starter said Melvin Gordon. Start but I would start Kelly over him in non-ppr. I'm going to start Melvin Gordon with a little bit of discomfort. All righty. Should we stick with the Broncos at the only Bronco? You're starting? Yeah, all Faith. Oh, right. Yeah, and yeah, like I really want to have Jerry jeudy and KJ hamler on my bench because I think at some point in the near future those guys could both be pretty good fans are got hurt. fans fans or Jared Cook fans and people are cooking on T. Cooks course. Stones. That's all he does. Sure. Yeah. Just want to throw out at this on fat like he's got 11 targets into games. He's been tremendous. He's got 11 targets to games and he's got his backup quarterback and didn't really bother him last week. But you know, just just just throwing it out there. We'll see what happens. We're going to sit the Tampa Bay tight ends that thrown it out. There is a good thing or throwing out there. It's bad. It's bad thing. Okay, it's a it's a kind of so highly thing but I'm not buying that he's a so high because I think he's a true breakout but I just would like to see more targets. Did you ever get him back to lead that? You draw still do Johnson? Thanks for asking by Mark Andrews. Thank goodness. But Tom Brady, I think we did it. We debated him earlier. Jamie's got him tenth. He thought a 20-second we did the 62nd rankings debate. If you want to hear that on Brady rewind check the time codes always check the time codes in the description. So let's talk about Leonard fournette and Ronald Jones what level of competence nobody's starting wage? Jones but what level of competence do you have in Leonard? Fournette? I don't think you can have any conflict like not I think Leonard fournette would be pretty damn good if they given 15 carries, I don't think you can have any confidence and who's going to get the first Carry for the bucks from I hope it's Leonard fournette, but for next to flex for me, and so it's Jones, but from my end and Jones eleventh, did I ask you marking rumor Leonard? Fournette? I don't know. I don't think I did. I was hoping that his number two running back this week. I think that you're going to get enough touches out of him in this matchup that he's going to be successful. I would start Ingram and non PPR for net and PBR any any sort of starting Jerry jeudy in PPR over Leonard fournette. No way. You're going to get a lot of targets got fifteen and two games. He's going to get more catches than fournette. This is his chance to shine. Okay, so what we going and he didn't have a great game no four catches for 56 yards. Tampa Bay's DST is top for start them up Carolina's at the Chargers Charger 6 and 1/2 Point favorites here your stay out of the game. Number one is what I thought that it just doesn't happen too wide receivers having good games against the Chargers. It's happened one time in the last two years basically instead of the game. Number two. I also gave this one the Panthers seen the fewest wide receiver Targets in the NFL defensively. So that's interesting Bridgewaters is let's go through this with a Bridgewater to sit right? Yeah. All right. You want to talk about Mike Davis? Hit me with some my name is Jamie said it really will everything's in play earlier in these types of situations. And I'd throw the Giants in here as well, Like we should be prepared to be surprised. Don't start Mike Davis over someone that you feel good about as a number to running back Mike Davis is the guy that gets you to the other guys. So like I would start him over Mark Ingram, I would start him over Leonard fournette. I would start him currently over dead Singletary. Unless Zack Moss is out. But mostly if you have two good starting running, we actually just start those guys instead the thing that you have to hold for with him is the receiving numbers off because you saw that already so you should say, okay they're going to be chasing points, right? They're going to probably do that every week. Certainly this week back to back road games for them going to the West Coast so dead. If they trusted him already, I would I know he if you want to look it up with you I'm projected for I guess probably five catches is is something that's attainable for him. Yep after he just had eight. So if he's a guy five catches, let's just say he's probably their first guy up in terms of Kerry's so 10 carries is probably on the table, right? Here's what he hasn't protected further. I think twelve actually off. Okay. So if you're going in with 15 touches in your mind already that puts them in the number to back-end Flex range to begin with So and and just think about that 15 15 touches David Johnson hasn't done that yet. Okay. Well, I mean if you're telling me is going to catch five passes going to be hard for me to keep them out of at least the flex spot, right but it's there's obviously uncertainty and we do see a lot of you know, you get these guys do you think there may be the guy and then something happens and it's just it's weird but it's hard to imagine who's taking those touches from Mike Davis from the so far the charges have done. Well two against one like him, you know, they've they've talked them up. It was an offseason of you know, where I think Jordan Scarlett was on the roster Reggie bonnafon has yet to play Dragon kannon, we know as more of a special teams sort of, you know Ty Montgomery type of player, you know, that never is going to be a feature type of guy. So Mike Davis has had that opportunity before he's failed but you know pedigree would suggest that Mike Davis is going to get a lot of work in this game. Okay. Yeah, and then I just we haven't really talked about it, but the Chargers so far have been 19 carries for 69 yards for mixin 10 carries for 38 yards for Club. Brazil are so they've been very good there. So you probably will need those catches DJ more. We're going to start Robby Anderson or Mike Davis who's a better Flex? I would play Anderson. I think I'm sorry. Play Davis. Yeah, okay, Robby Anderson or Jarvis Landry Anderson Anderson, and I know you guys don't really like Curtis Samuel is Justin Herbert yada yada yada, Austin ekeler Josh Kelly. I think we've talked about that said Herbert hecklers a start Kelly is more of a start for Jamie, but he's 20th. He's going to have Kelly like twenty six months. And then the Chargers wide receivers start out and said Williams. Yeah. Yes. Would you start now encouraged by by Alain last week? That was that was nice to see that the ten targets again and kind of game but you know now there's now there's at least okay what can Alan do with her bird under Center? You know, it's almost like the same thing with Edelman that you saw you saw what you were hoping to see in positive life. And and now you build off of that. Yeah, and I haven't had a Targets in week one too. So that that's also just didn't have a good game would start Keenan Allen or Mike Davis. Keno okay. Yeah, I'll take you know, one moment Sir Henry top for tied at Washington at Cleveland like an ankle injury. They'll just keep an eye on charger CST start them to Washington in Cleveland as a seven point favorites. So that might not be good for the passing game start of the game Dwayne Haskins sister on 64 passes and two games Terry McLaurin and Logan Thomas both have 17 targets that strong 6.6% Target share for both McLaren and Thomas. It is kind of funny to see that Terry McLaurin has like a hundred and twenty more yards than Logan Thomas, but Thomas is getting Target. That's my point. And Cleveland has been horrible against Titans. They are giving up the most points and they gave up the fourth-most points too tight ends last year how good of a sleeper is Logan Thomas in your opinion. He's good. He's you know, you look at everything. You just said targets are there match up as their he's just not, you know going to have certainly the Mark Andrews game and it took 2 title to have you know, all that production for The Bangles in week too, but it was on my desk or so. I think if you're looking at a like a six four fifty type of game systems can get you that if you're hoping for you know, if you scores you'd be you'd be very good but you know, he's just not the ceiling is just not there for him. But I think the floor is kind of okay. All right. So this game is probably fairly simple. Obviously Nick Chubb must start. We've talked a lot about Beckham and Landry Landry want to see it first becomes an okay start. We just hope they throw more. So Kareem hunt and Jacobson those guys might be interesting obviously going to start hunt over Gibson. Let's start with and turn McLaren. By the way. It's top twelve must our cat. Let's start with Kareem hunt. How much do you like in this week Heath? I'm just going to start both Browns running backs, especially in a game against Washington where I think they're probably going to run it 40 plus times. I I don't and maybe like Washington's Randy Moss has been like one of their better parts of their game so far. So maybe they'll have some success but this team averaged more than five yards per carry against the Ravens. I just think it's best Rush offenses in the NFL and you start both running backs. It's a little bit of a butterfly situation with cream hunt if you get to half-time and he has three touches, but Thor it's late in the game. It's it's been his role. So I I'm starting about and the Antonio Gibson Jamie any interest there. And it's going to be tough. You know, you were saying about the Bucks having the best run defense. I wonder if this Cleveland run defense has been to hold up all season long because they've done a really nice job so far through two games. I mean, you know Baltimore we know the Russian game is they limited the three running backs table inside the two touchdowns, but you know, the two main guys were under 3.2 yards-per-carry and then we saw them do a great job and bottling up Joe Mixon as well and so long and I don't think is on the level yet of those two scenarios. And so I would try and sit in this week. I'm extremely encouraged by what they did in week two against Arizona the fact that they met him there guy and girl that I think is something you're going to be moving forward to see him continue to get better. I wish they would throw the ball to him or I spoke to Brady Quinn briefly about this. And the reason I bring that up is Brady's one of our colleagues. He also works for Fox Sports. He called the game. So one thing he said was he didn't think that there were using him correctly for what his skill-set is but I I'll go back as I said a couple weeks ago. This is the evolution of some of these rookies, especially a guy like Gibson who's transitioning. Wide receiver to running back they're going to continue to add more to his plate. And so hopefully now we see a little bit more involvement in the passing game because that's where his stats can sort of Blossom and and continue to grow so, this is a great game to keep an eye on Antonio Gibson, but I hope you don't have to play Antonio Gibson unless you're stuck. I think that's pretty much it for this game. Which DST do you like better Washington or Cleveland? OH The Browns by Leaps and Bounds get them for spots ahead and your rankings. It's a drop off the whole. Okay? Okay. Sorry like you acted like that's like the dumbest question. I think they're going to hit. I think they'll hit Baker Mayfield a few times, right? Okay. Yeah, I like the Browns as well. I mean, I think I'm starting in one League are we got two games left guys? Let's rock and roll here with Vegas and New England. All right, so the only okay. Well, here's here's the deal right start Cam top five Guy Star Jacobs start Adelman, and who am I forgetting start Waller start Waller, so Do you think Sony Michelle scores Patriots or six point favorites? And should we at least be adding n'keal Harry? Yes coming off that big game Chad n'keal Harry for sure and I wouldn't hate flexible this week. I think he's the second best receiver in this game. Yes, for sure. I don't think this like the Sony Michelle score thing. He's not even on the field and their goal goal line package. There's no other running back on the field and their goal line package. So until that changes, I don't think you can have any hope like Sony Michel's going to score from 20 yards out. What did he do in make one or two week one? He's Gordon week one, you know, so I think there's a chance he scores but I'm with you don't want to you know Bank on it now clearly again. You're you just lost McCaffrey just lost Berkeley. You have Rams running backs that were in the mix of starting options that are down. He may be stuck. So he's clearly better in non-ppr than PPR, but you know, they're going to use Burkhead if white is back. They're going to use him, you know, so With what cam is doing and how he's operating your you need a touchdown for him to be successful. So he's in the Jordan Howard range, you know, that's just the type of player that he is right now Patriots DST 7 for Jamie V for Dave 10th former Chief and I mean, I really got my eyes on this game cuz I'm pretty sure I picked the Raiders to make the playoffs and the Patriots to miss the playoffs. So, let's see if they can put up a fight here those Las Vegas Raiders Jets and cold the same bed after two weeks knowing what the record is for. Both teams know cam is much much better than I thought it was going to be so so you would bet on the Raiders to the playoffs still there to know I would probably put the bulb Patriots in the last playoff spot and kicked the Raiders out, but I think they definitely a chance. I like the Raiders Jets a page Jessica. Let's hear the Jets are from the second-fewest plays in the NFL game of that. That's really weird losers. Adam gase is always always always so slow going place. This is a a game that you know brings backpack. Reserve the trade to get Sam darnold which worked out quite well for the for the Indianapolis Colts. I think we pretty much sitting all the Jets and not starting Philip Rivers but starting Jonathan P T Y Hilton is interesting though. He said he didn't really want to start him. Where is T. Y Hilton factor in with like the Beckham's and the Marquis Brown's of the world and I could understand if someone just looks at this age. It's defense and says, I don't care. I'm starting T Y Hilton and he has had several almost touchdowns this offense the way they play ran the system last week and Hilton got a shot in the end zone in that game. But that was about it is kind of what we expected and games that they should win easily and I just don't know that too. I Hilton's going to get more than five digits. If you were to look at these two teams, right not these two teams if you were to look at the Colts and the Texans right now. From this point forward who would you bet on to win the AFC South? I would have said the Colts at the beginning of the year. I did Rivers has looked a lot worse than I expected. Yes. That's the like you had huh? Yeah, he's been real bad. I think the Texans are better them Titans are better. Cuz I would say the Titans was fated the Titans, but now I kind of think they're going to win the division again. I think you're right, or they didn't win and and this kind of goes with Ryan Tannehill that they're not getting to do that. They probably deserve yeah might be but if it just looking at the Texans and the Colts knowing that the the Cults are probably two and one and should be three, you know after this week and the Texans are most likely oh and three, I think I would take the wage is to win the division still after that. I think I go over my situation if those are my two choices. Yeah. Well, all right. Well coached by the way start them but Jamie is a sleeper wide receiver in this game if there is one, who is it? I mean, you know, we talked about Chris Hogan and and hopefully he's hundred percent because they'll be chasing points and throwing a lot but I don't have any faith in him. Like if you have if I choose I would take Michael Pittman over both just based on the touchdown potential cuz I think he's going to see a little bit of a spike in Target Soul Zach Pascal probably the best thing for those more like Cox. Yeah, if if Jack Doyle's out again because we saw dead You know him do a nice job last week despite. The interception Four Rivers was awful. All he cocks his hands. I called him while he drops. All right monocoque says like somewhere like 16th and 17th in the rankings. So big game yesterday became Sunday five catches hundred eleven yards against Minnesota that's going to do it for the AFC home games NFC coming up tomorrow, and we will recap Thursday Night Football as well. So until then for Jamie and Heath Madam talk to you on Friday night. And also on Twitch on Friday morning rather on Twitch on Thursday night 7 p.m. Eastern switch. FM. Hey friends. I met Alfred and I'm Chris heiner together where the wrestle buddies a podcast going into the fun parts of professional wrestling. It's a celebration of pro wrestling for fans of all ages. Even if you're just getting into it now off new episodes of Russell buddies rep on Thursdays.

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Ep 131. Licking My Video

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Ep 131. Licking My Video

"It's crazy and Noel. They're going to make you LOL On Any Day. Fiance trashed. Hello. And welcome to 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk. Who thank you. This is episode 131, you know, I'm Tracey. You know, that's Noel over there. Hi. Hello. That's a thought Noel that gnome well over there. Oh, thought Noel, I've never been called the time to called a lot of things but not a thought. I bet you. Some people don't even know what a thought is. If you don't know Google it cuz it's not appropriate. We're here to talk about Iraq. We ever after I was going to say Hey cuz that's what I put hea. Oh here we gotta talk about he season 6 episode 13. Okay we have a lot of things to cover in this episode. I feel like some things are more disturbing than others but there is a lot of disturbing things that I'm going to have to. Have you walk me through emotionally, okay? But I also feel like they're starting to wrap things up a little They're definitely yapping. I like a good rap. But if you guys are upset about the rap, make sure you check out our patreon cuz we never wrap over there. Patreon.com Trash Talk podcast. People have been loving the elite level. Well, I mean, I'm loving the elite level. We put out the episodes, so early. So, here's the thing, right? So this episode right now is going to be released on June and August some things, right? And we're in July now, so it's like, put it on August 2nd, this comes out, but we're actually recording this July 25th, and that's when it comes out for the boss level. That's so crazy. Yeah. So guys, yeah, heck out patreon.com go over to the elite level. Check out what you get, you get 90 Day, Fiance Trash, Talk t, Mom trash talk and catfish trash truck, the day, we recorded not the day, we release it. So it's like almost a week early and sometimes even more. Depending on when we record also, you get every single episode of our new. Well, not it's not new online home. It's our bonus podcast, it's called b s and we you know we just a little you know, like we just might be new to you. Yeah, we'd be s a little bit. That's what I was trying to say. Oh yeah, we do BS alone. We'd be as a lot of it actually took a lot of bet, you're going to find out things that you never wanted to know about us. Trust me, it's a fever dream. That's, that is a quote from a fan. This is a fever dream. It is a fever dream. Have so much fun over there. There's so much bonus content. And we also have brand new stickers. If you join the elite, or the super duper trash-talker level, check out patreon.com podcast. Noel, let's Dive Right into this meet. Let's meet it up. We're starting off with the most disturbing. Couple of all time. Angela, Michael. Yes. So he's playing ping-pong with the goofballs and he, it's like I can't take it seriously, that she knows I'm a goofball. So he reveals to them that they're back together and then he tells them about their date night. I mean, he was licking the screen. Okay. Michael. You're going to get a disease also you're going to get made fun of really bad. Michael. Why are you doing this yourself also offer? You know, that our phones are a dirtiest thing that happens in our lives. Yes this is why you and I both sanitize our fans all the time. One is dirtier than the toilet bowl. So why are you looking your phone phone now? He's he's very excited about her. See being on fire yuck, yuck. So his friends are very upset and obviously the next thing they do is they asked about Angela's boobs cuz this is a very appropriate conversation. Well, they also want to know about the sign, right? But I like that. They go with the fruit. They like, what fruit size is it off? Or like, is it a cantaloupe, right? Then? Didn't they say, like, is it a radish? Know, a cherry, he's carried her Attis. Oh wow, I mean, that's where at Ashton's birth. I used to be big titty, Angela. Now I'm good old radish. So he, he Compares them to an orange. It's no longer a watermelon. It's an orange. And I got to tell you. Watermelons are my favorite just not, not in boobs in watermelon, seeds, delicious and fruit. But also you love oranges. Okay? I mean, I love oranges. Yeah, yeah. Navel oranges. Wow, that's a different fruit, and then he talks, so gingerly about his mother's brother. Why does he okay? Why is this happening? I don't know. I don't feel good. Okay, so I think it's Chili's, I don't feel good. Michael breastfed played wind breastfed and played right that he played and sucked on him. Oh she played in soft on until he was nine and that's why he likes. Angela gray dead. So and he says that might not be common in Nigeria, really? Yeah, especially the way you described it but that's what I mean, it's the way you set it off. Like, why can you just say you were breastfed? Also, why are you linking that to Angela? Yeah, there's a lot of bad things happening here. It was very insightful. I just got like, heartburn, I don't know what I got. I, it's good. It's a feeling like I got a UTI. I don't know. I don't know what it is. I think I got like, you know, some, I don't know. Like maybe carpal tunnel from that. Okay. Yeah, I could see that. It's just, it's not good. No, I don't like it at all. I'm not, okay. I want to see how do you produce milk? It's that long because if you don't stop, it doesn't stop for that long, really? I also I, he also has siblings. Maybe he. She was also like had siblings like he had to accept him. Yeah. And he like herrings just kind of a shot, yeah, yep. A little shot. Michael. You can have a sip but you are not going to use these as silly putty anymore. Stop it. This is your brother's lunch right here. Your brother's once just cannot stop putting the funniest and stuff. Michael stop it. I know that was a headline but you cannot just keep copying their my breasts. This is not silly putty stop. Stop swinging from a Michael. I want you to know. I used to be mesmerised by that that you could you could copy newspaper with silly putty. I thought like the World opened up for me when I figured out that, that's that you thought. Okay. We're enlightened. I was that lady? I don't know. My dad taught me probably and it blew my mind. Yeah, that that's maybe we'll get off basically a newspaper coming up. I know very since tenth is that was yeah. Thank you, kidding. I'm a Leo. You're only out. August 10th, guys. Know. L is going to be a dog. A big number. A very not big like high, but like a big important number. So she's going to be turning Twenty-One. I think it's your last important. Number know, there's all the every number porting after this know. Every number is important in general, but I think forties pretty cool. Yeah, it's a pretty cool birthday. So, definitely make sure that you by Noel an amazing gift and you could venmo her. Okay, do you have your venmo in your Instagram bio? Yes, I do. Oh wow. No, I don't, you do I don't know said, yeah, okay, I'll do it. Yeah, you should do it. You're like a webcam girl. And if you guys want to set an alarm, really just like, Farrah Abraham. You're just like, Sarah, okay? You can just call me Noel, Barbie, Farrah, Winters hertzog. Go over to her Instagram, a girl, such a little Center enough for a soda for her birthday. I like sodas. I know you do. That's why I set it high like crispy. Cherry Pepsi's. Oh god. Well so now Michael says off. He still thinks that they're going to have Skyler's baby. He's like, yeah, yeah, listen, we're going to get Skylar's egg and his friends are like oh what you could do is you can ship your sperm to the United States. Is this a thing? Oh okay. Okay, listen. It might be a thing but like it's not for them. Yeah. So then we talked about some things that I don't really want to talk about. What does of getting this firm? Okay, so Michael doesn't believe he's against his religion. It's against his religion. He's never done it to make sure that he has never milky himself. Right cross. Thank you Noel. So then he's like, yeah, I don't cheat on her. And then I suggest that maybe another woman can help him and they're like, oh, he's like, I don't cheat on Angela anymore. I'm like you cheated on Angela. Like The BJs. I did the BJ. That's right. Thigh. A girl, paid him right for the Rideshare. Uber okay, okay. So now he wants to see a sperm doctor, right? And now in the next scene, Michael grabs, his purse and he goes pineapple shopping. I want to go pineapple shopping. I love my mom's a baby before he gets to the US. Okay, here's the thing though. Like that's crazy to me why? But first of all, you're having a baby with Angela. Okay. But we for what reason is that crazy? Cuz you're not having a baby with Angela next because you're not in the US because you don't have a Visa and you're probably not going to get one like this rate, it's been a long time. So you know that Angelus should try her very hardest to maybe she could sneak Skylar's egg out of her. Maybe if she gives her like a really hard hug and squeezes her. She'll lay one. She'll be making these mistake. She Tiffany got pregnant. Okay, I don't see. This is the thing. I don't think really needs to worry about the know, I know, but it's also like, like, like is not telling Michael. Are off the table. It's not happening. And that's my problem. Yes. So but she is though, because she did say it afterwards, but I think that she didn't at first. Yeah. But I don't think she ever has but even still she's like, I did not do this but I didn't get my body to have a kid but she still not saying we're not having kids, okay? But also, that's not why you're not having a kid Angela. I know not because you just had a breast lift, I know, but just took him just tell him cuz also he's not going to break up with her anyway. You should be like, hey, Michael can you just Google? Yeah Google the information. Yeah and see maybe with me so Angela is dead because she's cleaning takashi's poop tekashi69 and said that her dog's name is Takashi name this dog. The children So she explains that she really wants to do a wet t-shirt contest. She used to be called Big Gay and she was a forty-two-year-old wet t-shirt Champion. Could you imagine if Michael talk like this to her? I don't think Michael understands anything that's happening right now. I know, but it's just a point, he can't say anything. Yeah. He's like, I did a burpee like, oh, cool. You did a p p without me. Okay. Uh, huh. He has on his Brooklyn New York shirt. I like that. She, he brings up the goofballs. Well, he tells her that his friends, he's like, hey, I hung out with any then he lists his the right and she goes, who the hell are they? Don't tell me. Those are the goofballs and it's like angele, you didn't even know his friends names. She doesn't even know their names cuz she doesn't care to she does. But here's what bothered me. She's like, I knew there was something wrong. I knew there was a reason why you were talking back, right? Cuz around his friends like they're right there, abuse abuse birth. Yeah. Yeah. Cuz it's like if this was him talking to her he'd be in jail. Could you imagine? No. No. You were around your friends and that's why you're talking back to me. Yep, I terrifies me off. So she explains the probable. He again he really thinks. That's Kyle is going to give an exact giving anything. I mean she's just not. So then Angela is like you know what, I'm going to explain the process, right? How you would milk your see uh huh? So she explains everything, she explains that there's porn involved and she said that he will have to be on the phone with her. She's so disgusting, but she just say that she's like, you know what, she's like humoring him I know, but the thing is, why are you doing this to him? Why don't you say, you're wasting your time, were having a kid cuz it's just, it's, you know, good for the show. It's cruel. Yeah, I mean, she's not, yeah. She's not the best. You know, it is best fiends. My favorite game to play. On my phone, know, all plays it to love it. The other night. 1 a.m. can't go to sleep. I'm like, let me play best fiends for 15 minutes. Maybe I'll relax a little bit off. 5 a.m. I'm like I am very good at this game. Yes you've mastered it. Now I did not stop and I had to I had to say Tracy home. It's too much but your phone down I have to shut my phone off to study how to throw it on the other side of my room so that I do not play it anymore. Yeah there are so many fun update. There are so many new events, challenges new characters. This is just such a really simple game to play. I love best fiends. The really fun part part of best. Fiends is how you should team up with each character based on their special abilities to gain extra points and items to level up your fiends. It's way more fun than other matching puzzle games out there. It's one of those those games that make Thirty Min wage Like 30 seconds and it's totally free to download. Download the Five star rated puzzle game. Best fiends free today on the app store or Google Play. That's friends without the our best fiends, who? All right? Talk about Libyan. Andre, speaking of fiends, okay, this, I didn't like any of this either. Okay, so here is the funny part about this. So Libby is pretending to study Romanian and now she has no accent. I know. It's like, wow, funny how this works. It's like you can under the day long but now you're going to pretend that you don't even know how to do an accent, huh? You're like. Oh, ha. I when I tell you that's like my biggest pet peeve with her besides, her neck is the way she says Andre Andre. Yeah, but now she has a nice accent. So, you know, she also, she has a Romanian teacher. I know. That's kind of fun though. All right. Well, this is weeks after the reunion. I love that. Just her and Andre, and the baby. Drove the RV home and everyone else flew home. It's like that would have just made more sense to begin with. I mean, it took ten minutes to get home and it's 12 days. Right? How many times you stop then am sorry bro? Hm so Andre make some Crepes. They look delicious. I love Crepes and he's like, listen, get dressed. It's going to take you so long and she's like, no I already have makeup on. I just and it's like I've that's you at Mike? Yes, I don't think you do. All right, you know? They go to the go to the property, they go to the flip and they go to the web very bad. Like sour milk Libby so that way she's going to be a designer and Andres like, yes, she's going to be a designer cuz she's a woman. She knows colors, I guess Noel. He's in a winter coat. Chacos in shorts. What's happening and Andres in Ohio, right? And is it like a cardigan? I think. What is the temperature? Okay, so I didn't know. Florida, ever got cold enough for a down jacket phone. Number one, although Chuck, is that guy to always wear shorts, no matter what his world, but also like, what is the temperature for Andre though? He has on like your favorite type of Hoodie? That's super odd. Material hoodie, love that. I know. I was like, that's Tracy's favorite hoodie. It's a good hoodie on today. It was probably like 70° there. Oh God, that would be in a bikini. So Andre is getting the listing dead. He's going to be the the listing agent on this piece of property and Chuck that all of his kids are going to get mad. Okay? So Chuck aren't you the boss? He lets everybody walk all over him. Yeah, why are you letting this happen? You're creating a circus. It's like I don't understand what it has to do with the rest of the kids. I just don't I don't know why he has to keep talking about. Yeah, Chuck said well, so Andre was talking about how Charlie screwed up a few houses buffets on it cuz he was probably drunk. Well, he said, he all he wanted to do was party. Yep. And that's an interesting. It's very funny. So now they bring their the kids to a bounce house place so they can rent one. Yeah, he brought they brought the kids to last Ariel and they brought the kids to the Norovirus. That's gross there. Like which one tastes like, the best sickness that you would like to get which one tastes trappy. Why is she bringing her sisters to a dog? Mom's house to tell them that Andre will be the listing agent because they need this. They need a story. I guess. All right. So now she's also hurt her theme for the party is T4 too. Cuz l e is going to be to Thursday. It's cute. Okay so now something that I noticed about Jen, yeah one of her eyes looked straight Okay, one of them looks at her. Nose, really? I didn't notice that for a mr. Potato Head of her. Yes. So, this is something that I learned from a profit. Interesting. Okay, Louis, CK. Okay. He used to have this show on FX called Louis and his kids were fighting about ice cream, okay. Letters were saying one of his daughter said, she has more than me and he said, this is a very, very, very good. Quote, he said never look in someone else's Bowl, unless unless it's to make sure that they have enough. That's so nice. Yeah, and it's like guys That would be make some money. They've been well, that's what's annoying. Wouldn't you want that for your sister? Wouldn't you be like? Yeah? Okay, it's your turn. We've been doing this forever, but it's not like, it's not their turn to God. I know, but what they like, Jen says you're taking money from us. You're not, he's an exercise that's working on something else, okay, so that's what I was thinking cuz they're like, well, chuck could not investing with us instead, and it's like, huh, okay, not fight. Does it make sense to me? It doesn't make sense at all. So, everyone on the show has German Shepherds, by the way. I loved German Shepherds, though, everyone. Now we go to the party and I love how Andre is so chummy with Chuck. Now, that's his best friend. He, that's his f. I v, let's high five. They have a secret handshake. I love that. He also has on a pink floral shirt to match the decor. Let me tell you, he has on a lot of floral shirts. He doesn't have floral t-shirt and I like that. I love floral so on drugs. Cutting the cake in the middle of the party. Okay, I I think he was just doing this cuz he was mad and needed to do something. I don't know what. Yeah, I don't think he realized like what the tradition? No, no. I don't think this was on purpose, like to be off, right? So now he cuts the cake again, while after they sing their is Ellen. I know Jen gets super aggressive and now she's so mad about the businesses, family, businesses, family, businesses, cohoots, thoughts, love you, but why are you bringing up the boots at this parody? And is so nasty to her father and then she throws cake it Andre. I would punch her in the face. Yeah, yeah, face. And be like, you know, we caught it on camera. Do you think I should go to jail? Now is I know where you stop talking to your sister for a while. This is at my daughter's birthday party. Now, we have a problem. My daughter's second birthday cake at my husband. Yeah, I would punch her in the face. Yes, he asked her to leave in a very nice way. He's like get the F out of my house. Good dirty Dirt Off. He said that but he knows you effing Dirtbag right for him. He has an Libby's trying to wipe the cake off of his shoulder as a full cake on his shoulder. She was ready to ride that cake off a shoulder. She likes likes it. She was like, pretend wiping I know she was like ready to lick it off of him. This is a lot of family conflict. They should be seeking some therapy on better help because Better Health is committed to facilitating. Great therapeutic matches. They make it easy and free to change counselors if needed and it's more affordable than traditional off-line counseling and financial aid is available. This service is available for clients worldwide, there's a broad range of expertise available which may not be locally available in many areas licensed. Professional counselors who are specialized in so many issues including family conflicts. Anything you share is confidential, this is all without leaving the comfort of your own home. Better help is so convenient, they will assess your needs match. Yep. Our own licensed professional therapists and you can connect in a safe private online, environment. This is so convenient. You can start communicating in under 24 hours. You could send a message to your counselor at any time and you'll get timely thoughtful responses. Plus you schedule a weekly video or phone sessions, all without ever having to sit in an uncomfortable waiting room. So, we're in traffic, by the way, it's a solicitor, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting betterhelp.com. Fiance join. Over 1 million people taking charge of their mental health again, that's better. Help help, all right. Here is a couple now that I don't think actually has problems reaching for problems for this couple. Yeah, I agree, we are going to Miami and off your has upset cuz she has a flat button. You know what I understand? I I know her struggle. Yeah, I love that. She wants to be bougie. She's like, nobody in New Orleans is bougie. Let me be bougie. She's packing some jackass. Cuz she said there's a lot of good-looking bees and that are crazy in Miami. Okay. Good for her. So she's going to take her mother and the baby on his mother and the baby in the. I think it's a good idea, why not? Listen, that's the only way you're going to feel comfortable. Exactly. So, she said that when she thinks about Miami, this is what she thinks about. Cadillac open the top Snoop Dogg on the fluffy jacket driving, any smoking marijuana. Cause I love it. That's not what I think of when I think of Miami. I like but see what she said, the fluffy jacket. And yeah, maybe she was thinking about Ellie. Maybe she, I think she like things about that. Looks like the jacket just on the shoulders know she was talking about like I think like a fur jacket. Oh yeah, that makes sense too, but I don't know about it for a jacket of Miami. Never know. They're in the Air Port. Arthur. Never not in the airport or not. She is her mask ever over her nose. Nobody knows. No one knows, says guess what hope he gets off the plane. He's thirsty for some alcohol. Oh, listen. I they purposely show this stuff cuz I feel like he's not as much of a drug as they make him. I think he likes to go out and get that. Like, you don't think, huh? I don't think he's sitting home. Drinking a cult. You know. Exactly. So she says, quote, I've been stuck in the swamp go and they see the water there and she said, this is the bougie swamp, right? But she also says, it's so nice. It's so cold. It's not dirty, and gross. Hm is Gwen wants to eat, but they want her to babysit and it's like you give her a second cheese and then they talk about how things have changed and I think this is where Faith, this is supposed to be their storyline. Yeah, but it's like it's not that deep. It's not like a real storyline. It's like okay, listen, they just had a baby. They're not really banging their kind of co-sleeping things are going to change. Oh, he works a lot, I don't know. Yeah, she puts on this Periwinkle dress and she's like, do I look like a pornstar? Hm. She loves she gets in an Uber. It doesn't smell like vomit off. On Tuesday, we'd we'd and he wants to do the sex, right, which I get. And you know what? She's probably so tired. Interested, she found out keeping the Uber but they get sick or they pop some champagne. Hm. Okay. So I like that she's so she she brings up a dinner that he wasn't ready. She's like I'm sorry that you weren't ready to get married in a baby but like we did it. I know. But see this is It's like a maybe you weren't ready, maybe I would and it's like you weren't either because when you got pregnant you were like I was not ready for this or expecting? Yes, sir. Dog. Make it like but also stop pretending. You don't know how babies are made. Sorry. Yeah. No, I know but it's like she's making it like he's the one that wasn't ready and she was and I don't think that's the case then they get into like a crazy fight. I don't know where he came from. This is definitely produced. Yeah, this isn't real and it's like he's like if we saw problems when he go home, this isn't going to work out like you know? Sure, okay, so yeah I'm sure you're breaking up sure. So Brandon and Julia are not don't know. Don't want to look at her. She's blowing bubbles at Simba and her son and I do love Simba. Another German Shepherd. Paul has German Shepherd. So many people. Yeah. And now he has a changed on his room that says money or a Lamborghini. I know. But it's even written like like a child, like a child throughout this. So this is our last night together. Is he bringing a computer tower? Okay, I don't know. I thought at first of all, he's having a lot of trouble packing and she's just sitting there hm. Well, his parents would have passed on the farm and she just wants to sell the farm when they get it. Who are you, who are you to celebrate would like okay, yeah, we don't even have it. Yeah, we're going to sell it for a house with a pool. Okay, good. We're not going to be married. Then when that happens anyway, well, they hired someone. I like, how Betty, like lays on this guilt. She's like, yeah, I heard someone with the problem is the only work Monday through Friday. Yeah, you have to hire two people. You can't expect someone to work seven days a week. Also, that's trying to guilt. You're kidding. Staying that's the weekend, huh? Yeah. Brandon. Oh, we can come on the weekend and Julia's like, oh, you can go on the weekend. I'm actually going to be home. I get it. I just feel like she's extra mean for no reason, just say, okay. And then don't come, right? You don't have to be mean, they do a move. 35 minutes. Away Richmond is 35 minutes from the far-right, why are they so broke branded and Julia, or Betty and Rod Julia? Why are they so broke? He went over time. Now, they have income from the show now, Brandon and Julia because now Julia, I think can work here. So, yeah, he he's getting paid. His parents are getting paid and also, he does, he wasn't paying any bills in his parents having any bills, huh? But remember, when they were first dating, he was paying for all these extravagant trips. So I bet she put everything on the credit card and he's a debt and that Dodge Charger, gotta pay off. So they have these moving boxes and they're moving them and Simba jumps in the car. Love him. He's so cute, like, get him out of here. Yep. Cute though, that he's crying and crying and crying. And then they have a caravan of moving cars. Yeah. There's a, there's a lot of stuff. I like that. Bet. He's just sitting on the counter. She does not even home and she's supervising. She's I like that. Yeah. And then they leave, and then they cry and nothing happens. Right? Ron. Oh, you better learn that wherever she says things. Go things go. Okay, cool. I mean, I got wrong though. Yeah. He's not wrong at all. But also who I've had a high table that table you have to climb to get up to that table. A table is way too high. Let's talk about my cat. Natalie boehm, no one like. Well yeah, I see a romance blossoming so do I. So do I? So she's talking with her friend Juliana about scarves and I like that, they put that part in because Trish offered with Natalie a scarf. She denied it. Oh there is a scissor blossoming between them Juliana is dressed like an organic cat Midwife or something. I do wrong. Like she was like Stevie Nicks really, she looks like she's going to pray on a crystal haha. Yes she does. She tried to get in the full moon. Yeah, she's like, I work at the cat birthing center and only fairies, help fairies deliver the cat babe. Yes. All right, well, there's conflict but on a lease is at her and Juliana are emotionally connected. Okay. As soon as she said that I'm like oh okay, they're they're doing the stuff? Yep. So Mike is really mad about what happened during the surgery, and then Juliana says, Natalie quote, you are so soft and feminine and beautiful. What. Yeah, what is that? Okay, where the most best friends said I was soft feminine and beautiful. Right for no reason. Know, it's weird. Oh, I got in a fight with Matt and I'm like, well, you're hot. Yeah, that's the thing. So she she wants them to break up cuz she's in love with Natalie. She said that, he manipulates her because she's foreign. Okay, that's crazy. So, then Natalie says, that Trish called her an immoral woman. Who am I need the footage? Someone needs to show me the footage of this Thanksgiving. Cleric cookery that happens. Yes, Julianna said that Mike needs to get off the boob. And then Natalie says, this is Aqueduct. Are you ready? Yeah, I think Mike is very weak when it comes to his mama. It's like, with little elephant. Get treated to the zoo. They take a needle and tie his leg to the stick. What, what else? This mean, what? What's happening is? It's just bad translation. Also, why do you have, why are you calling him an elephant? Why do you do this? Big beautiful elephant. Now, why are you doing this month? She's so disgusting. So now they're walking in Seattle, I guess. Yeah. And he said that deserted by the way, there's no one person outside. He said that his mom is very nice. Thoughts are and then he walks away, they fight. Yeah, this is in the confessional. He gets her phone to call his mom. They put her on speaker and Trish said that, Natalie is very mean to Michael. And that she did not call her, right? She said that Natalie doesn't love him. And then we find out this very weird happen. So apparently for Christmas, he got her a ton of gifts. Yeah. Every gift that he got her and gave it to Juliana and her family. But the thing is, she smirked. He was like, what you do with the stuff? Like, you gave it to Juliana in a family and she's like, yeah, I did that wrong. Oh, she stays with Juliana. Nights out of the week. She has a room there. He asked why, and she said it's cuz they fight. And then he said, we made love the night before God. I can't take his voice by the way. It's very not good. No. So she said that she has a room at Juliana's house and she said that is this what she said? That she was an official. Oh, he said he called her an official move her inner. Yes, he said, he told me he's losing it. I know. He said he's home at 5:30 at night and he walks like, I tell you, he's sad and like again, I'm right now I'm on my side. Okay. So I've always ping pong back and forth between them, but my problem with her is like he tries to talk to her and she stays Island. But she also says, really younger age. But also she's just me and she's not nice and you could tell like she doesn't care about him at all. She is so different than the way she used to because I remember she wasn't in love with him then. She was ten times nicer than she is now like she's so mean. Yeah she's mean she's very weird. She wanted to have Michael ship his sperm to her. Yes she was bought so if you don't get pregnant, get me pregnant. Now then like this is over but it's like she has a brought up a kid once I think she's not interested cuz she needs a career and TV broadcasting first. Oh, that's right. She does. She's an average just about all right. Now, let's talk about Kalani and asuelu. Okay. He goes to his mom and dad he's but here. Yeah, there, he brings about the Airbnb 35 times but what needed to happen. Yeah. Was that he needed to go? Visit his mom and sister at the Airbnb and then that's it. And then one day he could have brought the kids to visit them. Oh yeah. Right. Why did they have to go to the family's house? Oh, all right. So I guess also cuz it's a holiday now, I would have been like we're going to do this separately. Now, meet you, he Tammy offers some coffee and he said that he needs a cuz it's hard as cold, okay? Also, she's just so dead. She is in pretending she's mean he's all the way me. Yeah Tammy said that. He kissed his mom and it was fake. Okay. You're a mean right? Awesome. This woman is only 76. Okay, she seems like Grandma time like she's like old as dirt. I thought she was all the way I thought she was almost finished. Could you imagine seventy that's a hard 70? She is seen some things she has seen some damn tally. She is Grandma time, this is Mary Jo had. I don't know what's going on with it but okay, so now I thought before she was going back to Sama, I guess now she's really going back, right? It's like she's always going back, right? Yeah yeah. Because the covet they couldn't go back here. Oh okay. So it's ham. He's like, okay. Do you make a lot of money? You need to give Mommy money, right? Get my money. That's all this is dead. Huh is Dom, right? And his mom is like listen. She's like I'm not mean I'm never mean to your wife. You put your hands and I put and it's like, no, no, no, that's not what happened. He goes. Don't act defensively like wild animals and she goes, I'm talking to a pastor. It's like why. But yeah, so, now his mom's like, yeah, make sure your wife is nice. Okay, here's the thing, though, and I, he should be like, my wife is always nice to us. Stop. It was always nice. It's, they're acting terrible. Here's the thing, though. Do you think it's fake with them or do you think this is like really that? That's true. They are. I think Libby's family. It's very fake. I don't think this is fake. Yeah cuz Tammy is a terrible human yes. Very very mean. Yeah the Coming Attractions looked very scary. I can't take it. I'm assuming like you said, they're wrapping things up. I think they're wrapping things up. I want to see what happens. Cuz it seems like whatever happens in kalani's house is going to things are going to pop off. I can't wait to see that happen. A lot of popping a lot of pop in a lot of all things. I don't think there's going to be some people that get popped and Tiffany Ronald's will be back. Yeah, yes, I get. Let's see if Grandmother time survives. I don't know. We'll see next week on 90 Day Fiance. Let's see if Grandmother time survives the fight, I don't know. We'll see, I'm telling you. I saw Tammy punch a snowman in the face. That's something nice know. Cuz what did you do to you? What is Frosty do to you? Does she punch him in his carrot nose? Know she punched him in the side of the head down. That way I did in the fall out of Jim Buss that Temple box. Corncob pipe like his two eyes made out of there. Okay. Hope there's always poor Frosty regen God. Punched in the side of the head. Oh maybe that's why. What her eyes is. Just working around. Eliza's knows, I need to look cuz I never noticed this. Oh, I noticed it. Big-time also choice not to teach shame. Yeah, I know we've talked about this before in. A lot of people say this, you have all this money. No one has had braces in this family. That's the weird thing and it's like, they all of them all struggle with tooth placement and they all have money. Yeah, I also noticed Libby is just crooked. Yeah. She's very crooked. He's very crooked. Yeah. Yeah. Just like as a lady. I just needed to get them. Maybe Charlie Rhys, Andre doesn't level her Charlie. Maybe Charlie. Did the work on her face while he was drunk? Maybe he did the renovations to his face off and he he probably child all his sister's teeth. He is the wrong grout. He's definitely used the wrong crowd. He also didn't use spacers. No. See what happens when you pay like budget price for things that happened. This way. You gotta hire the professional a union worker, guys were all you're going to wind up with a crooked face. Thank you so much for listening. Make sure you're following the podcast at 90-day podcast on Instagram and Twitter Noel has been keeping up a lot with the gossip over there and follow this. Personally at I'm at Trixie choosing me on Instagram and Twitter and Noel is at Noe. Girl, you dream patreon a patreon.com Trash Talk podcast. Give us a 5-star rating, an amazing review on Apple podcast or wherever you listen to us and tell a friend about the podcast. Only one, only one Joyner, 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk group if you want to talk about the podcast or the show. Because we listen, we love you and we want to have these private conversations with you in our DMS. But we can't I can't cuz I'm too busy watching a Day Fiance for a year. When you guys come over to the group on Facebook, same name as the podcast and we'll see you there. Thank you. And have a nice day. Please. Okay. Okay. Bye.

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365: Patriots-Seahawks Week 2 preview w/ Ben Baldwin

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365: Patriots-Seahawks Week 2 preview w/ Ben Baldwin

"Hey everybody, this is Evan Lazar and welcome to the Patriots beat podcast powered by the ceiling this media podcast Network today. I am joined by a very special guest. It is Ben Baldwin from the Seattle Athletic been. I can't thank you enough for coming on. He's knows just about everything about the Seahawk and all kinds of thing or two off about analytics as well been. Thanks for coming on man. Yeah. Thanks for having me. There's there's nothing quite like preparing to watch one's team play on Sunday night, and this is just such an interesting life mating match up, and we do so, I'm really excited to talk about it. Absolutely and, you know every single time these two teams come together. I will remind you of the Super Bowl inside did but in 2012 or 2014 Super Bowl 2016 that I believe was a Sunday night or as well in Foxboro, and now we're back in 2020 obviously in Seattle. It's a great game ever. Single time these two teams come together. I don't know what's in the water and it's in Seattle or if it's in Foxboro, but when these two teams play we seem to get an absolute great gamer it all time game really dead. Yeah, the whole Russell Wilson area has been very close down to the wire games the the kind of the game that put Russell Wilson on the map in the first place was the the Patriots playing in Seattle in 2012, and they were down 13 points in the fourth quarter and had two late touchdowns to come back and win it and then ever since then the Seahawks have been kind of the the Seahawks that we know exactly you mad bro game write that down and getting into Tom Brady's face and I'll never forget that one, but I wanted to talk to you about a few big picture Patriots things first. For those of you that don't know Ben has a great database that keeps track of things like expected points added and completion percentage over expectation and all those kind of great Advanced metrics that are taking over the game right now, and I wanted to ask you a few questions about Things that I found is digging through the site and and the first thing was just on Cam Newton. Obviously, we know that he had a really accurate Day based off of cpoe coming out on the positive. Anyway. Spectrum, you obviously had a pretty efficient day and about box score statues completion percentage and ypa but I notice that the Patriots are 27th and EPA for passing offense 27,000 the other 32 teams. Can you explain that reasoning why cam had such an accurate day but it didn't kind of translate on the EPA scale. Yeah, so I'm going to try to make this into an answer that's not long and boring but basically so the goal of EPA is to Value what give a value for what happens on every play and when we have one week of data, then there's the scope for one play to have a huge swing in a teen's EPA and in the Patriots case, there's one play where Cam Newton completed a pass to a receiver who then fumbled out of the end zone. And in terms of EPA that's a very very negative play and it happened on a past place. So it like if we're counting what happened on Patriots past place, then that's a very negative play now if we're trying to just say with Cam Newton effective on this day, then obviously a receiver fumbling is not his fault. So when we have measures like qbr, which is ESPN's measure that's based on EPA or if we have quarterback CPA per play from those do not penalize Cam Newton for that. So I think as QPR was like eighty out of a hundred scale and kind of in the message that I put together his EPA per play like pretty good. So the Patriots passing DP is not a reflection on Cam Newton as a reflection of the kill Harry fumbling one time out of the end zone and in terms of like predictions of EPA going forward, there's like that's just a fluke plan. We wouldn't expect that to continue. So We shouldn't look at that number and say oh the Patriots passing offenses bad. It's just like a flu play happen and we only have one key of data so far got it. So that that's a really good explanation for Patriots fans them because you know, they kill Harry fumbled just watching the game live. I mean, you can see the impact that it had it was 14 to 3 the Patriots are heading in to hopefully go up twenty one, two, three and a game of inches right there. He found out of the back of the end zone and then Miami comes and drives down and scores and gets the two point conversion all of a sudden it went from 21 to 3 to 1411 just like that so you can definitely see just watching it live even without all the advanced metrics how that the whole game kind of swung on that one play. So that makes a ton of sense. The other question that I wanted to ask you about was the Patriots on the other end of the spectrum are the repression e PA offense after one week, but I think everybody started asking the same question and that Bill Belichick I asked him myself is question and he kind of stopped at me and Technical Belichick fashion, but Kim Is the ball 15 times is that sustainable? I mean, what do you think on that one then so that one you would definitely have a better idea than be and it's almost kind of surprising that they would do that against the Dolphins because like if you were thinking strategically like the Dolphins are probably not very good. You're playing them at home. So it's probably kind of a guinea game. And if you had something up your sleeve like this wage, like you think you would want to break it out against Seattle or something in a game that you're like, it's more likely to be contested. So maybe like this is this is probably reading way too much into office, but maybe the fact that they're willing to do that against the Dolphins in the first game means that it's all systems go and this is just what they're going to be doing and what their offenses but really I have no idea but yes, they're they're rushing a month and not just can't Mouton. But even like if they're running backs with the disclaimer that I have not had a chance to watch this game yet, but just looking at the stats. They're like, they're a paper play and their success rate and everything was pretty good. So, yep. Like in terms of rushing there, it seems like they're rushing titles very effective. Yeah, they explanation that Belichick gave me was pretty much that 11 of those plays that cam was involved in as a quarterback keeper were read option plays so they ran eleven read-option type of place where there was zone-read or power read or whatever and he kept it six times on those plays. He had 7 designed quarterback runs off top of that. So Belichick's argument was in other weeks, you know this week Miami kind of welcomed him to run the football, right and they kind of crashed down on the running back and they gave him to keep read over and over again and he was kind of saying that in future weeks maybe other teams will realize that they have to get the ball out of cams hands and they'll want to hand it off and he only run it a couple of times off of those, you know, read type of concept. So he kind of puts the read-option plays Belichick that is in the separate category from the designed run plays and kind of looks at it that way and that was sort of his argument in his case to be made that, you know. Yep. I'll be fine. The netcam isn't going to get hurt but we'll see what happens. I think that's a little bit of wishful thinking the last one. I wanted to get to you on this topic and then we're going to get into some plenty of mortgage breakdown about Seahawks pads was the Patriots third-down defense just they're insane run that they are on since the start of 2019. There are APA is double the next closest upon thousands upon a knowledge I think is the Dallas Cowboys next closest defense. I should say is almost doubled a more over doubled them at this point. I believe there are about 25% conversion rate against that defense right now since the start of 2019. I mean how insane is this run right now that they're on know they're they were by far the best defense in the League last year in one part of that was certainly getting off the field on third down. The reason I started off at this was because At a high level. We know that there's a lot of Randomness in third-down defense. So I was like trying to put together like measures of how lucky teams have been over time. But we it's also took me to say that it's entirely random like we know that there's some skill in having fifty against another's like for example, the Vikings always have a good third-down defense the Patriots have been on an insane run. So like we we probably shouldn't expect to be as good as they were last year just because last year like I've never found a defense that allowed fewer third Downs relative to expectation than the Patriots. So like that's probably not going to happen because like nobody can do that and also the Patriots lost some players. They probably won't play as many objectively terrible quarterbacks this year as last year, so it probably won't be as good but God, yeah a lot last year like they were just so much better than any other defense a great number of different things including that there does. Yeah, you know, it's funny cuz I I thought the same thing I said, there's no way Jose. This is sustainable from year to year right that they're going to carry this third-down efficiency. Then we quad and they pick Fitzpatrick off twice on third down. They Miami converted for of 11, which is not terrible. Obviously not great either and it was clear that at least the scheming and the secondary was going to hold up. We'll see what happens with the Personnel in the front seven and if they're able to hold up, but you get more interceptions on third down in this game and is it it's almost crazy to say it but I kind of feel a little bit optimistic that maybe this is just the secondary is just as good. Maybe that's just as good but I don't think that they're going to you know, go on this and run that they want in 2019 on third down, but hey, maybe it is possible that they can still be in the same ballpark, you know, who knows but that that was definitely one that when you look at the EPA chart on on your database like the Patriots are all the way up here and everybody else down here. That was definitely one that definitely stood out to me. All right, we're off. Take a quick break to shout out our friends at betonline.ag and then we are going to be right back with a full Seahawks Patriots preview. The wait is finally over football is back. You might not be a game this year, but you can still be in on the action at BetOnline that online is going the extra mile to make sure you can get an on everything imaginable this season from game spreads and totals to team player and coaching props. BetOnline gives you more options to wager than any place online. You can get it in on their season-opening bonuses today and start off wagering on Wednesday vision and Championship future is today have to pay online today and take advantage of all the great sign-up bonuses, but online your online Sportsbook experts And we're back with Ben Baldwin of the Seattle Athletic and we're going to break down. What I think is the game of the week. It's obviously in the Sunday nights lot. So I think the NFL agrees, it's Patriot Seahawks in Seattle. Hopefully, hopefully in Seattle and then the other disclaimers that no twelves, right? So that is a huge kind of advantage for the Patriots. They didn't play at home last week been but just the fact that noteworthy was in the building for Seattle. Do you think that that changes the the the line at all, you know, you think that that moves anything towards the Patriots so I think you know what the line is for this game. So it's at about 4 right now which means that another shutout to betonline.ag it's at about 4 right now, which means that this would be the first game and I think sixty five consecutive regular-season game for the Patriots have not been favored. Yeah that that seems a little bit high. So I'm kind of operating under the assumption that home-field Advantage is either non-existent or very small when there's no dead. Um fans in the stands and actually had a piece on this a couple of weeks ago looking at what's happened in kind of these other post restart situations, including all these soccer leagues in Europe that restarted and I thought like it. It's absolutely the case that home-field Advantage is diminished when there's no fans in the stands and in some leaks we seen you back. Entirely. So the German Bundesliga is one example so dead. Yeah. We we know that a lot of what drives home field advantage is fans exerting pressure on referees in key situations, like yelling for a pass interference flag and things like that package with all the fans there. It's just a different vibe and element in the game. So like even though the Patriots have to fly across the country. I would not like think of this as a classic Road game. It's just totally different without fans in the stands. I agree and you know last week while being at that game against Miami, it's just you can't even describe it. It's like nothing you've ever been a part of where you're in the bath. P.m. There's all the juice from the players and from the team and from the media is all excited to be there for the opening week of the season and then they go to kick off and there's just signed, you know, just absolute silence for the entire stadium and you can go one cool aspect there. Was it as a as a reporter was just that you could hear all the cadences on the field being called out, you know, you could hear the guys yell and you could hear them chirping back and forth. I can't really repeat a lot of the things said, but you can hear a lot of it. Right? And so that was cool. But in terms of you know, they're just being utter silence the entire game other than what the players were actually saying and you should see the players are being themselves and the one thing that Julian Edelman said coming right out the tunnel right on the sidelines was we need to bring our own energy, you know, we can't really rely on the sixty five thousand people in the stands to kind of prompt us up and I know that's a huge huge thing for Seattle, but let's talk about some of the exit know some of the matchups here Russell Wilson. I wrote to you in my kind of birth. Show run down here that he's a magician cuz that's the best way to describe him the guys magic and the Sea Hawks are they finally allowing him to kind of demand the offense and let him throw the ball more often. Do you believe Pete Carroll today that they're going to pull the reins back on that a little bit next week? Yeah, so that that's one of the reasons I'm really looking forward to this game because I think that will tell us a lot about whether the Seahawks have that turned over a new leaf and they're offensive philosophy. So I think there's a chance that they knew they're playing against the Falcons in that Dome when that they would need to score a lot of points to win that game. And for that reason they came out with a game plan of attacking the Falcons the Falcons also have a terrible pass defense like there are receivers running free in the secondary the whole game. So it's it's a lot easier to pass a lot in those situations. So I think if we see the Seahawk continue to do that against the Patriots secondary with the Patriots offense, probably a little bit less high-octane perhaps than the Falcons than I think that will be revealing about dead. The Seahawks plans for the rest of the year and I think there's certainly the potential for the Seahawks to try to play like they used to play with a grind-it-out game. That's very low-scoring game. See how all of their games against Cam Newton have ever been. So it kind of be familiar in that sense. So that's why I'm very interested to see how it unfolds. Absolutely. Nothing to the fascinating part about it to me. In fact that we know now that Russell Wilson's the best player on the Seahawks and should be the guy that has the ball in his hands and he threw it 35 times the last game and 65% of the time over all three or four touchdowns and let it up right and that's what the Seattle offense probably should be. But in this matchup in particular when you look at the Patriots front seven and then turn over that they have their the fact that they're playing a lot of safety is down by the line of scrimmage to you can almost see Pete Carroll and that staff talking themselves into a game plan. That's very run-heavy because of what they're going up against but in a weird way and and Thursday And it gets into the numbers of it a little bit. I feel like Belichick's almost kind of tricking teams into thinking that right, you know where he's saying, you know here look at my light box, you know, look at my safeties at linebacker run it all over us off and then all of a sudden, you know, you realize that you're only going to score twenty Twenty-One points doing that. Yeah, if I were Bill effect, that would be absolutely the the plan I would much rather have that than trying to hook cover both Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf at the same time if Russell Wilson is playing like he did on Sunday because if especially you can speak a Metcalf if you he's an outside and you have one on one coverage with no safety help like it's just an impossible situation to put your corner back into and we saw like the one time that happened they Russell Wilson just threw it in an end zone and Metcalf had a very easy touchdown. Yeah, absolutely. I wanted to ask you about DK Metcalf because I know a lot of people in New England are going to listen to this and roll their eyes and say, oh we could have had DK Metcalf instead of n'keal Harry. But here we are and I think i d k I had him as my top wide receiver in that draft because of his physical tools, but now all of a sudden he started to show some Polish also, which is a really scary proposition for the rest of the NFL. Yeah. He's he really progressed as the season went along last year had a big playoff game against the Eagles which is kind of his like National coming-out party and then kept right back on on Sunday. So all signs are pointing up for him. I think the marriage between him and Russell Wilson is really good because met Cavs like greatest strength is being a quarterback of the line of scrimmage just running really fast dump bills in a straight line and Russell Wilson's deep ball is so good that when Metcalfe wins those battles then the ball is going to arrive and so it's been fun to watch that pairing even log. Here when the Seahawks weren't throwing the ball that much absolutely and in 2016 Bill Belichick the Patriots defense didn't do a great job of containing Russell Wilson to be honest Wilson kind of had his way with the page defense that day, but from what you've seen when Wilson struggles, you know, what's the plan? You know how the teams kind of attack him? How do they kind of keep, you know, keep them under wraps because he is just you know, there are so many throws in that game against the Atlanta where you just are like, I mean come on, you know, what was it depends really supposed to do I think that one against Tyler Lockett to Tyler Lockett and over out that experience you guys but you guys in his sneeze like throwing off his back foot. I was just like, okay just stop it and stuff. What what what do you see defenses do that, you know kind of does at least give him some sort of trouble. So I think the the primary focus If I Were the Patriots would be to get pressure on Russell Wilson and I think it should be possible because there's three new starters on the Seahawks offensive line. So they're they're Center Right Guard and right tackle our all-new and we saw we saw them there was a stunt wage where there is kind of a miscommunication. And now it's one of Wilson's tax. And on the very first play the game they called this naked bootleg roll out and just did not respect the photo the run at all and they hadn't easy snacks. So that would be like my Approach would be like to try to confuse the protections make the offensive line and Russell Wilson think a lot and then Just kind of hope he's not having one of his on days like he was on Sunday because like if he's throwing the football like that it it's really hard for a defense. Right? And I think what makes sense are so crazy in the pockets journey is he's got like guys in the back of his head, you know where he can just he can see pressure sensor pressure and slip out of it. He's so athletic and he's so strong that he can just kind of sneak his way in and out of the office. So I know for a fact that the Patriots are going to go with some sort of contain mushrush type of situation. I do wonder if they run some things with maybe a two-man stunt or maybe a blitz up the middle of something like that that does put some pressure on him or confuse the the front the little bit up front with the o line and it does seem like every single time. I talked to somebody from Seattle that offensive line is a huge question mark and I feel for Russell Wilson cuz he's so good that he'd really deserves to have better personnel there. But the one thing that I know Bill Belichick will be terrified of is Russell Wilson getting outside the pocket and gas Throwing down the field, you know those broken plays. So I'm sure that they'll contain him and use the mushrush strategy and just kind of collapse the pocket around him instead of letting him run wild but when it comes to DK Metcalf entire locket, I'm fascinated to see how Belichick matches up in the secondary on all those guys. I think with locket he'll probably be in the slot with John Jones for most of the game but DK I feel like he has kind of earned the respect that maybe he draws Stephon Gilmore in this one. Yeah, that would be interesting DK usually lines up on the left side of the field and then kind of runs down field. A lot of I don't I don't have a sense of how much Gilmore moves around or follows players. But the most of the time DK since he's been drafted has been kind of in the same location doing a lot of the same route time and they late last season they started to move around and diversify a little bit, but it's been mostly just a handful of routes and and maybe we'll see that expand as he crawls into his birth. Right, you know that's a good point that he only lines up really in one spot. Cuz the Patriots do like to have Gilmore kind of follow people or Shadow People whatever you call it and help move it with her wherever that goes. Whether it's inside the slot or outside on the boundary. So if details only going to stay in one spot, then maybe it will be JC Jackson was safety help over the top and Gilmore will go ahead and get you know, one of the other guys but I feel like it's really, you know, I don't want to disrespect Phillip Dorsett or David Moore any of those guys, but to put a guy like that, you know Gilmore on a guy like that might be, you know, not the best use of him when you have somebody like DK who is absolutely dominant on the other side of the ball. The one thing that really interested me from this game against Atlanta and it sort of goes hand-in-hand with the passing game for Seattle is they didn't play as much base defense as they usually do. I wonder if that's a little bit of Jamal Adams, you know, who's basically a linebacker so long And the statute says that they had five DBS on the field, but one of them's Adams, so maybe it's kind of the same thing. But do you see them kind of changing up their scam? You see them changing up the things that they do from the kind of standard page Carol You Know cover one cover three type of system. So this is another interesting part of Sunday's game is that it'll it'll tell us more about the Seahawks plans. And how much of what happened in week one is just need they happen to play the Falcons. So the Falcons came out they have a lot of very good wide receivers. They had three different wide receivers who had twelve targets. So that gives you an idea of how often the Falcons are throwing them off so that the Seahawks were by far that the most frequent base defense team last year, but on Sunday, they actually played Diamond decent amount and nickel most of them the time which is a huge departure from what they've done before some of that is Marquis player who their second round pick in 2019 who was drafted as a safety, but it's moved to Nickel Corner this year so dead. Just by getting him on the field. They're they're naturally nickel rather than having that third linebacker on the field. And then for some pass plays. They took Katie right off the field that weakside linebacker and put another safety. It's a lot of Hill on the field. So I'm guessing that will not be the game plan against the Patriots because they present a very very different set of challenges than the Falcons but wage the like the the encouraging part as they at least have the personality Play Nickel it even time if they want to which they really didn't last year. They just they did not have a person that they trust Play Nickel cornerback. So they just kept three linebackers on the field the whole thing, right and they put it in perspective for people last year. They were almost 70% of their snaps in a base defense with nowadays is just unheard of writing everybody playing nickel as their base nowadays the Patriots even play some dime in their defense of packages with 60 abuse on the field. So to play that much base defense is very old school. And I know between that and the Seahawks running the football us nerds. I'm going to put me in, you know, the same category Americans are not too happy with Pete Carroll over his overall strategy. I mean how often Mystic argue that this is a change in heart for Pete or do you think that you know, I agree that a lot of us might have just been because of who they were going up against in Atlanta. Yeah. I think thought it was personnel-related last year. Like they they liked their linebackers a lot more than whoever would have been the nickel corner and when they did Play Nickel they they were very bad at it. So I I think football Outsiders about this where they were they by far the worst defensive TV away with in when they were in nickel and they were kind of middle of the pack in base defense. So like it's not good that they did not bother to carry a third cornerback on their roster but given the Personnel they had last year what they did made some sort of sense and now they traded for Quinton Dunbar over the offseason and then Thursday. Remove Marquis player just to safety. So they they have many more options if they do want to play nickel, which hopefully they will do more than they did last year. Although I'm not sure I'm like, even if they're planning on doing nickel more in general. I'm not sure that Sunday will be the actual game to do that in right? I feel like this game is set up for Pete Carroll to revert back to his old ways and be happy as the Patriots are going to come in here with you know, three tight ends that are actually offensive lineman and Cam Newton and they're going to run this, you know fear style offense and that's begging to Seahawks to put their backers back on the field and and play out of their base defense and then obviously on the other side of the ball the strength is the secondary and the weaknesses the front seven, so I'm really fascinated to see if Pete's kind of tricks himself back to doing some of the old things that he used to do with this attack and I wanted to also ask you I mean, we know a lot about Jamal Adams obviously going up against him twice a year. He was dominant at times in this game. Is Atlanta and 12 tackles you had a sack? What did you see from him and just his usage in the way that they're moving them around right now. Yeah, he he's amazing. I hadn't really seen much of him because I am like, I don't usually see the Jets playing in the AFC East and I don't choose to go to my way to watch them. If if I'm not otherwise watching them, but he was he was everything is everything. He he he flew around the field. He was in on so many plays and really was everywhere. I was skeptical about how much of an impact a safety who plays close to the Box can really make but like Off With His pass-rush and coverage and against the run and just like he was in in in and involved in so many plays and even like these these things. I don't always believe in life as a cold-hearted nerd like talking about energy and juice and firing up the defense like you can watch it. You can see the players react to and it's just like you guys really fun to watch and see him in a Seahawks uniforms. Absolutely. I think that's something that people here with Cam Newton have sort of realized that his positive energy and his Vibe and with Adams. I I've you know, obviously the planes around the line of scrimmage really stands out the fact that he had was a perfectly-timed blitz came off the edge and and really caught Matt Ryan completely by surprise. But I also think it's driving on the ball from underneath zones and into the Flash and things like that. It's just incredible how he's able to click and close and react to those types of things. There's not very many guys that I can think of that close and react as well as Jamal Adams does on let's say a flat route or you know a tight end going out into a an outer a corner or something like that watching Adams, you know, I don't grok it kind of had some moments where he got off Adams, especially when Adams was a rookie but he was by far probably the best guy that I've seen and go against Grand can be able to physically handle it, you know physically stand up to to Gronk size and growing strength and all that. And stuff, so we're very used to watching him torment the Patriots. Obviously the Jets didn't really matter. I find too much in New York, but we're definitely used to Jamal Adams being an absolute problem. All right, so you'll know Bill Belichick who is going to find a weakness. We talked a lot about the Seahawks trans. I wanted to ask you, you know, the offensive line is one you pointed out. Where do you feel like the Seahawks defense or offense? Just terrible that Falcons did throw for what over four hundred yards in that game, even though a lot of it I think came late in garbage time. Yeah. So that's the offensive line is definitely one and on the defense like they're off their path coverage and pass rush which I guess pretty much covers everything in the past game. Neither one really look that impressive. So like we talked about Jamal Adams and he's great but there are so many plays we're off the Falcons drop back and Matt Ryan had all day and then he just he threw to Julio Jones and the Seahawks didn't really have anybody who could cover him on on the the left side of the field dead. The Seahawks kind of rotated Quinton Dunbar and Trey flowers and Quinton Dunbar had a very eventful offseason and like he had legal questions and then was out of training camp to attend off else. So maybe it's just checking out the rest or something, but he he really struggled and Trey flowers was not very good last year or on Sunday. So like the the Seahawks don't have a great set of cornerbacks, but on the other hand, I'm not sure if the Patriots have the wide receivers to actually exploit that so I can turn to the Patriots offense. I'm not like wage I my my way of envisioning them scoring is them like running Camelot and trying to grind out drives and hoping that that's enough to outscore the Seahawks, right? And I think that you know, I like that strategy in general for the Patriots just cuz of their personnel but it does scare me a little bit against Bobby Wagner and atoms and all these guys at the Seahawks do have in the front seven, but they're a second. Definitely looks a little weak and it comes to surprise to me because Pete's system in the back end is so sound, you know, everybody loves the Cat Pete Carroll, you know coverage system and hope to see you know, the personnel there and he has I think played a little bit more like split safety and stuff like that and sort of change it up and spin the dial a little bit more cuz he doesn't have the great Personnel back there anymore to just play one style of coverage and just dominate you know with Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor Darryl Thomas and the good old days. So I have seen them do a little bit more. I am curious though. Cuz this is you know off with the personality to Seattle has in the secondary if nikhil Harry can't get going in this game and find some sort of a rhythm against these Corners then you know, I think some of the rookie season struggling the rookie season concerns kind of start to creep into this year for sure. Yeah, if he can't get anything going against whoever's playing cornerback on on the the left side then yeah, that would definitely be a concern and if if he can't then it's it's hard to see where sustained offense for the Patriots might come from and and that's not saying that the Seahawks defense is good cuz I don't think they are but you you don't generally need some sort of receiving options to score points in this league. Absolutely. All right, the last question here. I wanted to get I'm putting you on the spot a little bit, but I wanted to ask you if there's one player who we don't talk about not the not the Wilsons not the DK met cast that are that's on this team that is really shining make one or you think it's kind of an under-the-radar type of player. Not a week one. But God this is really impressive the Seahawks traded for him from the Lions for a fifth-round pick midseason last year and the Seahawks defense was much much better after they acquired him. They they really strong. At the safety position last year. So they they've gone from very bad safety plates quandre Diggs and Jamal Adams, which is really exciting. He had a pretty quiet game on Sunday, but he still an exciting fun playing maybe he'll show up more this coming week. Awesome. So I've been do me a favor and tell people about your database and where they can find it cuz I you just send me the link the other day and it is an awesome job resource. I know a lot of people might not be familiar yet with some of the metrics on there, but they're they're going to be taking over football in terms of how we talk about football. I hope very very soon and if they have not already, so I just tell people what you're doing cuz I think it's amazing that you're giving it away for free that's just ridiculous like BFF charges like $300, you know a year for the same level of content. So it wouldn't tell them where they can find it and what it's all about. You know, so kind of the the high-level philosophy is that if you're going to tell people to use better stats as I often do then it's kind of long. To not Point people in the direction of finding those. So so basically the goal is to make these stats laikipia per play or completion percentage over expected things like that more accessible to people who want to be able to look this up and talk about it or put that put it in their stories or just learn about their game things like that. So I'm kind of the main one is this statue statue is everything is hosted at our bsdm which stands for running backs don't matter. Com slash stats and there's kind of a bunch of different apps where you can look up team's offensive or defensive EPA per play or quarterbacks or past frequency a bunch of stuff like that and people have a lot of people have found that it's useful and it's been great to here and hopefully that makes a very small difference in improving how we talk about the sport absolutely can get less, you know, when the team carries the ball twenty times the game there's an x amount of the time or whatever. I'm glad you brought up the running backs, don't move. Thing cuz I completely forgot that that's that's your brand right there. That's your meat and potatoes. We got two teams right here with Sony Michelle Rashaad Penny I know is on the pup list, but two running backs in the first round that probably didn't deserve to go in the first round. No, neither one and they they're both drafted before Nick Chubb was probably a lot better than them and Lamar Jackson who like in hindsight. I bet the page. Which they had him right now. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. We I want to relive that draft. You know, I had I had Sony and Nick Chubb I kind of thought that that was a little bit of a toss-up at the time. They both injury concerns coming in. I was obviously very wrong. Nick Chubb should have been way ahead of both of those guys, but the Lamar Jackson one, I mean that he was right there for the taking right and it was the perfect sort of segue from The Brady era into the new era and we had kind of gotten inklings back then actually that the Patriots wanted to move more towards a mobile quarterback in a way from kind of the pocket passer that Brady was so I thought it was cool. Really lining up and then of course a couple of years later, they they signed cam so they definitely had that in their mind but it just wasn't time yet. I don't think for them Belichick. I don't think was ready to put a first-round pick on the roster at quarterback with Brady there that they wanted to use the pic to help the team out right away instead of looking ahead to the future but then they pick Sony Michelle and the rest is history. So it is what it is. I think these two teams are funny because they they both are obviously have a ton of success over the last decade and are really well-run organizations, but they also make some draft picks that are head-scratchers for their fan base. Yeah. It's I think it's these two in the Packers that are probably the three winningest franchises of the 2010s and all three of those franchises have had some very interesting draft picks in recent Seasons, especially the the Packers this this past year. Absolutely. Well then I thank you so much for coming on. It's at been be Baldwin on Twitter. Correct? Yep. That's right. And thanks for having me. No problem and I'll go ahead and read him on Thursday. Seattle Athletic as well. I'm sure he's got plenty of stuff up coming up about this game, and after this game to get the Seattle Spin and here on Patriots beat. We will be back next week to preview the Las Vegas Raiders. I hope I don't butcher that and say Oakland at some point. So the Las Vegas Raiders are coming to town to New England. Unfortunately, we don't get to go to Vegas yet, but that'll be for another time. But until then signing off from I guess Ben Baldwin Evan Lazar. Thanks for listening.

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Ep 111. Jovi Hovi Yovi

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

58:07 min | 6 months ago

Ep 111. Jovi Hovi Yovi

"It's crazy and Noel. They're gonna make you LOL On Any Day Fiance trash. Hello and welcome to 90 Day Fiance trash talk. This is episode 111 111. I am your host comedian Tracey carnazzo joined by my co-host comedian named. Well Winters Herzog. What is this an alternate universe? Well, a lot of people have been saying that we are two very funny comedians Tracey. I'm really feeling this podcast lately. I must suck. I know I think that the less that happens in the show the more freedom we have to to make up what we think's think happened. Yes, I agree. There's a lot of em, there's a lot of fake things that we pretend happen in the show. Also. There's a lot of fake things on the show. There's a ton of fake things on the show. There is a ton. We're here to talk about 90 Day Fiance c e An 8 episode 13. I know I say it every week but I wish that I was the producer and the editor of the show things would go so much more smoothly would be so much more entertaining game. So what I do is when I take notes I leave one page for everyone. Yeah, you do the same. Oh, you take them on your phone, right? Yeah, but I when I took notes I did but I felt like I was wasting too much paper to be honest with you. Sure. Yeah, I usually fill up almost all of my pages except for like maybe one or two sure this time. I filled up like none of the pages. It's like three sentences for each person. I think it's nice cuz this weekend last week, they're showing everyone now, you know how they usually exclude like say like Rebecca one. Yeah, I think that's why yeah, there wasn't a ton of dead meat not a lot of meat, it's good though, because I've actually cutting back on me. Okay, I mean listen corned beef is coming show. This is torn pieces coming. I know if you guys want to hear more about corn dog. You're going to go over to our other podcast. It is called BS. There's over a hundred and fifty episodes of that. There's over two hundred bonus episodes on our patreon at patreon.com off podcast. You will not regret being a member of our patreon because so many people are like, you know, I already listened to Teen Mom trash talk. I already listened to 90 Day Fiance trash talk. We want more of you in know. Also if you want more of us, it would take you probably months and months to catch up on all of the podcast that we have on our patreon. Yes slash Trek podcast. And if you want even more of us, we have a free trash talk after show on stereo. That's the stereo app. You can go to stereo, Trixie choose any or you can just go right down the link in the show notes. It is a free app and the best part about stereo is that we get to talk to you guys live. It's every Wednesday at 7 p.m. Eastern Standard Time and you could ask wage. Questions in real time. We have so much fun interacting with all of the listeners. And also if you miss it because you're a church, of course, obviously, obviously all of our listeners would miss them. They were a church and no other reason you would listen to it at any time and we've been doing this for a few weeks already having the best time. So if you download the stereo app with link below you'll have a few podcast solicit like full hour long podcasts. It's amazing. It's so much extra content guys know we create so much content. I can't believe that we have moved many words. Do you remember what your dad used to tell you about your words that I would have run out of words. Yeah, like, you know, everyone only has so many like you're born with so many words and one day you're going to run out and then he would be like I'm praying for laryngitis for you. So you don't run out of words. It was a good dad. He was really a great dad and let me tell you something. We have proved him wrong phone number. We have single-handedly proved. We have proved it wrong over and over again because of anyone was going to run out of words. It would definitely be me first and you second yes agreed. That is the truth. We have all the words and we're going to say a few words right now about Natalie and Mike. Oh good one. Thank you so much. There's 20 days left and they're going to have a surprise birthday party for Uncle Bo. Listen, the lengths this woman is going to now for that ring is laughable. You know what I mean? Let me tell you something. I love life. She decided last episode that she has absolutely no standards. Nope. Not at all and the bottom line is she's going to get this ring and she's going to get married and had to bite her tongue about him cheating on her if she has the bite her tongue about the closet smelling like cat pee, she'll do it if she has to put on an extra layer of sweat pants. The house because there's literally no heat. I don't know if I could live like that long hair. She's like America or bust but that's the thing though. I I don't think she's there or America. I do think she's there to get married for a kid married her kid. I think I agree with that. That's that's a married for a kid kind of yes. So Uncle Bo I feel like he might be having a little bit of an affair with the neighbor Tamara that lives at the bottom of the hill. This is a a fair of mullets. This is a this is a surprise mullet part off. Yes, there's okay. I don't want to I don't want to be offensive. But here we go. Here we go. I just feel like by having this large party this large surprise. Yes with Tamara many people go below fifty percent of the people at this party have a mullet off. Listen, you can't fight numbers Tracy. You're right. No, and I'm just saying that's a lot. So all of a sudden we learn that the coronavirus is coming wage. So they're going to go fishing and cute super cute. She basically is like listen, I need the ring. I want the ring. I want the ring and they have to delay the wedding a little bit. Cuz of course, they're not sure right happening. They go fishing in the Stream with the most beautiful blue Clearwater. Oh, it's so nice. Like I would love to be there. It was so nice there. It was super super nice wage, but we can't scare the fish with fireworks, but we can we can spear them in the face, right we can like spear them in the face and make them suffocate in a bucket fine, but just don't startle them. It's so funny. I like that. Mike is dressed like a fishing cop on this trip does it that's he's dead. Look and he sticks to that Walker. He's dressed like he's going to arrest some fish. I don't know why I pulled you over. You are swimming upstream and you're a salmon and it's a one-way stream. Everyone knows that weight which sweetest salmon to swim upstream. They were maybe he'll pull them over this way Downstream. Play No, Makeup do a sobriety test. Salmon and relatives steelhead, they when it's time for them to do so they swim Downstream all the way to the Pacific Ocean where they grow to be adults. That's where they they begin their lives as eggs in the Cold Mountain Streams. Oh, okay those of Central Idaho. So I bet you he pulled over a lot of salmon that day. I would wish that I could just fish for salmon in my backyard like that. Well, yeah, just like, oh you're I don't know why you like salmon. That's probably like the only fish that like slash eat. That is the only fish that's like probably my biggest fish that I hate. A lot of people don't like salmon. Yeah, but a lot of people do like salmon they do I mean, I don't know. I like it. I really like the texture of it but I think that's what it is. I just like the texture I don't like the taste of it but lucky for me Mike's on the case and he's going to put them where they belong. So her visa expires in 3 weeks and doesn't want to be unlegal. That's what that was a quote. But I guess I got that same quote here. And he said that I should have progress there is no wedding. Mike is being abusive. Mike is 100% being abusive. He now has the upper hand and he is abusing that he's like listen off unless you catch for trout right now, right? We can't get married because you know that I would like a trout lady and that's it. That's all there is to life is using all he's like unless you clip my toenails tonight. We're not going to be able to get married and it sucks because she was always like so confident and independent and now she is really becoming like very self-conscious. He was very confident independent until she started screaming that she needs a baby right now when she was still in her country and throwing her ring at home. I think I love with him to see that I do think is is confident the throwing of the ring but that's what I'm saying. She was, but the forcing of the baby was not dead. Yeah, I maybe should have dialed the back. She was like I could be pregnant here with my mom right and never have to see you again. I promise I'll come wink. It's funny because she never brings up kids like ever now. Well, she said that she has no options but to wait that sucks. I wouldn't you're right though. She has changed her tune on the kids she has so we're dead. There's only 15 days until they have to get married and she has no ring. No wedding date know it's good if I was hired be like like did you book my ticket home by the way, right. So now it's a Dodge 2020 and Coronas hitting and this is the last day that the dress shop is going to be open. I like that they have put an end date on it. They're like Coronas fine now table. Tomorrow it's going to be pretty deadly. So we're going to close tomorrow only but today you can come in and spread the virus right? It's fine today. You can come in and get naked. So totally fine wand and Belva really I do not helped her a lot. I think they were nice though. They were trying but okay, so she really misses her mom. She doesn't know though, if she's going to have an inside wedding or an outside wedding. Yep. I don't think right now at this point. She should have said like I don't care. That's what right? I mean you're so right though. Is that a thing? I don't know if she should have said I don't care if she she tells so so ones in Belleville are like, you know that you can get married in court. Right? Right, and then you could have your wedding whenever you want, right she acts I have friends act like this when you tell them something that they already know and they act super surprised like you struck oil. Yeah. Yeah. She's like, huh. She like she's playing dumb wage. Thank you so much for telling me this now. I am so happy and she acts almost like a little bit off. Yeah. No, she does she acts like slow to process. Sometimes she's video chatting when her mom and she's going to hide from her mom that there's no wedding date. Guess what if there's going to be a wedding? It's going to be within the next 15 days. So what is at our pretend you have a wedding cake, right? That's the thing like pretend until you get back home seriously. So now she said that she she did agree with Wanda and Belva that the the one that she thought she had on felt like a prom dress which she was right? I mean the that second dress was heinous. I think they were all very mediocre. Yeah, she could do better. She has a dining body. She has such an amazing body for a wedding dress that I don't know what she was doing. She picked this strapless generic dress with a very low cut back that was not flattering in a very low cut off. It was not flattering. Yeah, I didn't like it at all. So her mom's like so when are you going to get married and she's like why my mom's calling me? She's like I am here Mom. I have to go I live in the wood by faith. So she doesn't buy the wedding dress, right? But the shop is now closed. Why did we go there? First story? I guess well now that's two days later. There's only 13 days left and they're making a fire thing is he is now being such an asshole waiting until the very last minute. So he's like here you go. Here's your ring. You can have it back and she's like, oh you like can you do it like a person? Yeah, and he's like you be my fiance again and she's like cool, you know, can we move forward from here right and like forget everything that ever happened in the past? And he gets so mad so mad and then she's like like for example, we forget when I flipped out on you and give all so can we forget about when you cheated on me all the time with Sarah? Yes, and we can we forget that you made me live here. Can we forget that you almost thought that I was going to live with uncle Beau Jo's starts now. He's like, you know what forget it so he walks away and he said that she ruins everything so she's like, but do you forgive me for the past? He's like no, Well, here's the thing. I feel like he's a jerk. That's what I feel. I feel like he's a jerk and correct. She has to suddenly like walk on eggshells. Now, he's making it like she has to be so careful of what she says or he could just take it back. He yep is like God complex. I hate this. What a dream proposal though, right? Do you want to be my fiance again? Do you want to marry me? I I gotta tell you so I know these people that got engaged and the the guy asked me how he should propose to her. Okay, and you know, I'm a few suggestions and he's like, I think what I'm going to do is I'm going to pick a really big fight with her. Okay, and we're going to fight for a little while and then after she's really upset. I'm going to say just kidding in proposed. And I know that's the worst thing I've ever heard in my whole life and that's what he chose and that's what he did and he made sure she was really upset he fought with her for like a full hour and I proposed to her and she cried herself to sleep cuz she was so upset about the fight. But she said yes. Oh, they're still married. That's I bet their marriage isn't going very well cuz he sounds like a bad person. Listen, I think their marriage is going. Well. I mean she cheats on him. He cheats on them. Like everyone's happy. Oh equal at least but it's equal unlike Mike and Natalie exactly. But this proposal really takes the second to the to the other bulbs and she said that having the ring is like having a key to his heart sure. I don't think so at all. I don't know. I gotta tell you as Darcy's watching this scene home. She's dying a little bit inside. Yes. She's like, oh my God girl. You want to talk about a key? I got an actual key to his diary. Yeah. I got a skeleton key is what I got and he tried to tell me it was to a house. It was Amazon Locker 7-Eleven. So now they're going to be disgusting and he says that they're going to do some non social distancing in the bedroom, right? Great. Yeah. I really want to Bone you after you berated me. Well, guess what? That might be exactly what she said. I guess she's like whatever I'm going to be here. Whatever. I got the ring exactly. She's home alone all the time. She really is just so much free time and I have had a little bit of free time and you have to and we've been getting best fiends, which is our absolute favorite game to play on our phones. I love best means it keeps me occupied for so long. It's too much like it's almost too much for me. I I get excited. I play it in the bathtub mostly. Okay. I play it at night when I'm laying in bed. I play it when I'm laying in the bathtub. I I like to be in water when I play it. Okay, does it make you feel like a fish? It doesn't makes me feel like a fish and I can't put it down. It is the can't put it down mobile puzzle game that is free to download. It has over 100 million downloads and Five star rated mobile puzzle game and it's a must-play. So I got to tell you like usually I feel and you know this about me Noel. I feel like I could never play like an online game. Like I don't get it off you are never interested in games. And as soon as you start playing this you were like hooked it's like easy but it's fun boredom will not stand a chance after you download best fiends, and there's always another update whether it's more levels fun events or changes to the game based on fan feedback. Just don't blame us if you end up kind of obsessed. Oh, I'm kind of of us for sure download best fiends free today on the Apple App Store or Google Play. All right. Julia also has a lot of free time on the farm. Now that she doesn't have to feed the scary animals. I I just you know, I was watching this and I I would like to say that I saw the first episode that we watched I said like I all the way hey Brandon, he's a bad person and like I'm just right I was so right. Yes, but I don't hate Hovey. So like go figure on that. I still do right in my heart. I know I hate Brandon's so much more cuz you know, what at least Hovey admits. He's a jerk. You know what I mean? Brandon is not nice. So they go to visit the minister at the church all this church. Looks like a chapel in prison. Seriously c r seriously. Yeah. I'm not saying I've been or I'm not saying I haven't been but a question mark it really doesn't this is this is the most beautiful place. She said, this is the Church of her dreams, right? That's the Church of your dreams. You said let me tell you how low her standard wage. She sorry how our standards are she said that it's big and there's a place for walking. I mean then the farm is her dream home is a place of her walking. Can you imagine you go to like see a house? And you're like, this is perfect. There's so much places to walk. Listen, you know what though? I would love to have low standards like that. Right just took a difference is what an easy life. She's not going to have any friends or family there and Betty says that there's going to be fifty to seventy people there depending on the state of the world that's pretty wild and the thing is like why is Betty the one doing all the inviting because who okay think about it like this, right? Brandon doesn't have a friend in the world cuz you off like that if your friends no way. His only friend is probably like like the raccoon. He met like in a crawl space. I was going to say like the puppies, right? Yeah. You guys know what I mean in a cage to I know I'm in a cage of Life know you're right. Actually I take my statement back. So she she's upset that he's not planning anything but Betty's don't like it's going to be your family. It's going to like that's it's Betty's friends and family. Think about like how many what you had a wedding ring? Right? It's mostly like it's true. And then it's like it's your parents like best friends and stuff like that like was like, oh we have to invite the neighbors dogs. Groomer. My mother had a list of so many people to yes that you don't know I'd never met them in my life. Yeah, that's what I'm saying. Like that's cuz I think that a lot of times parents of the bride's home of the groom's use a wedding as like their Flex. Yeah for sure like come look at my kids wedding. Yes, look at what I paid for really so now bet he's been planning the wedding song. Julia wants the wedding on May night. So they asked Betty like what the date is and she goes May 2nd May 9th, cuz she's put everyone in this fake please dumb. That's why that's why it's okay. So May 9th is going to be the day before Mother's Day and Patty the senior Warden. I hate Patty home bouquet. But also this is a jail church. Right? Right. But who are you to ask me why I'm getting married that day you grew up, right? You went to church a to Catholic school. Yeah, the senior Warden. That's the thing. I've never they are in a gel there until they're in prison. This is a chapel in a prison near their house that they're using for. Probably no fee. Woo, maybe okay listen weddings are expensive so I get it. So Julie has like yeah the 9th and Betty sarcastically says your home. Sol de listen, I it doesn't bother me now that that he's being sarcastic Julia's being a jerk to her a lot. So now they ask Brandon why they're getting married in the ninth and he says 9 is our favorite number and he acts like he does not know why he is a man that's why I don't know why I like being an extra jerky about this one seems like I forgot why whatever he didn't forget why he didn't forget why he was trying to hurt her feelings. So now she's crying and she feels like she's marrying Betty and not him. I mean, I don't think that he wants to get married. I just so either yeah, he's being a real jerk because he said he he said that he's going to be a jerk because this isn't his dream right that he wants to marry her she cost and this is a quote. I want to make you happy right? And that's what I would say. Okay, I'd be happier to go back home to my family and friends by that's what I would say there is zero. Chance I would marry someone after saying that to me. No way. No one did you don't want it? You literally don't want it. Yeah, and it's like you don't not only not want to get married in the church. You don't care about any of this is it should be your dream and he's basically like, I don't know if I want to deal with this. Well speaking of Broken Dreams. Let's talk about Yara and Yogi LV. I'm telling you. I watch this like, I just don't hate him. I changed it to Yogi. Well, every time I tried it I write Hovey to with an H. Well, I changed it to Yogi, cuz I think Yara and yovi is a better couple. Oh, yeah. That sounds better sounds cute. Okay. Oh, he gives her piggy back ride. She holds a baby alligator that looks fun this very fun. So he's been being way nicer to her and he leaves for work in 12 days, but they're going to get married in eight days. So what I guess they're just going to Vegas for like a night or something, right? So his mom picked off. Up and his mom. I gotta tell you I didn't like her at first. I really really really too. I think that she's also warmed up to Yara a lot which makes her so much more likeable. She's a very nice person his mom. She is very nice like that. Again. It's a nice mother-in-law your you score. If you have a good mother in law, I agree with you and we have a very good mother in law. We do. We have the best mother-in-law think God. So now the store clerk answers the the store door. Hm. Well, she's wearing a t-shirt from the store right there. She's wearing her own merch right. She breaks out and the craziest I make up I've ever seen in my life Tracy. This is because of Tik Tok people are doing this for an everyday. Look. Well. She thought about a three inch line underneath her eyes of brown red eyeliner where Shadow she looks like she is the devil. Yes. And yeah, I'm terrified of this scared. She was insane looking now. I know so Gwen really really wants to come to the wedding and now Yara is worried that she's going to be showing right she gets married and I'm like going into eight days. The same I think. Just saying right. So she she puts on the sequin gown. Oh my God what her body is insane? It's like I like em. She looks like a mannequin wearing this dress. She looks like a Barbie doll. She really think they made this dress for her body. Yes Tracy who the hell looks like that whole life. I've never seen someone like fill out a dress. Like I know without even without looking trashy. Okay. How did she not look trashy in that dress. I will never understand them wearing a dress a sequins low-cut dress that has a slit up to her her huge right perfect and class. She looks like Miss America know you're so right. So looks like Vanna White. I mean like she is and she looks classy. Meanwhile, her broccoli is about to fall out, you know. I don't like this is a perfect. Like I can't even believe it's I know Gwen starts crying and this hurts quote is so funny what she say. She goes somebody's finally going to marry my kid. It's like, you know, he's a jerk. Yeah, I think he is a jerk at all. So he's probably not he's probably not brought a lot of girls home and he's probably not brought a lot to the table wage. That's true. She feels super guilty and Yara, and so she's like, you know Gwen I feel like they've also bonded and she once said, oh I like you can come to the wedding. So she is not showing a little bit. I think I'm telling you. She was showing a baby amount at that engagement detail and it's like I don't get the timing of this month. I don't really know anyway, so now we go to the next scene Yara had fallen in the street and right they got very scared. They took her to an urgent care. It turns out she's okay, but it's the name. Of the bachelor party, but why would you have a bachelor party like the night before a flight to Vegas? That's for timing your whole life was a bachelor party. Yeah, what are you doing? So now Kaz calls and he is talking so stupid. I think he's on drugs. I hate cats by the way, but I don't even he's talking like, what are you even saying? So now she's like listen, I'm not going to tell you not to go. But like can you not go for too long? Like I just fell and also we have to go in the morning and like I don't feel good. And then also she says, you know, I'm going to let him go cuz he's been caring about me off. I know and you know what it's like I think that he's been really nice but I think that as women in general we cling. Yeah, he has to affect these crumbs like I'm so lucky my fiance cares about me right are so lucky that he took me to urgent care what I was bleeding, you know what I mean, but it was also the night of his bachelor party. So he really hated her face for me home. So sad so now she's like listen stay fir an hour and half and he's like what she's like say for two hours. He's like, I don't think so. She's like 2 and 1/2 hours. I'm like, this is she's she needs to say saying let's make a deal. Yeah, she needs to say a half an hour because he's still going to do five hours and I was watching this. I'm like if this was Tracy she would sacrifice him to see like this guy would not be walking out. The store wage. I would have he could have left and I would have moved I would have relocated and he would have never found me again. I'm telling you I was watching this and meanwhile, if it was me, I'd be like go like wow it we're just because you know what it is. I want the guy that doesn't want to go because he wants to take care of me. I don't want the guy that asked me if he's allowed to go agreed but I don't want the guy that's going to resent not having a bachelor. No, no, no because you know, what, if you tell me you don't want to go I will tell you to go. Yeah, I mean, but he he seemed like he would have stayed though. He would have stayed in been very it would have stayed and got drunk at home. Probably about you know, I know well he's drunk all the time. So she said that he could have two drinks. Yeah. Okay. I mean that's dumb. He starts off with a hand grenade. Right? What is this? This is wrong. I think what happens is it's a mixed drink and then in the little grenade thing that's upside down. There's some kind of like they're shot or something. It's exactly it's almost like like do you remember like in Michigan restaurants? They have like the 24 karat gold margaritas and then they put like an extra shot of like Grandma. Yeah. It's like a floater something. Yes. Okay. So that's what it is. I think so. He's walking around getting a hand grenade and then we find out that his friends and family are all coming to Vegas. So I feel like that might have been a storyline. Yeah. I think it was a story on cuz I'm like, okay, so she invited Gwen dead. 8 days before the wedding and now everybody's like, okay. I'm going to take off of work. I am very expensive ticket, right? They don't live in LA they live in Louisiana. That's what I'm saying. Like they're not closed off. So now this is a quote from Yogi Hoagie Jovi. I'm going to end up with a strip club. I mean, we knew that though. So he takes a quick trip to the strip club and I got to tell you he's very proud of being a strip club regular. Okay, but you know what? I like it. Thank God. Thank you for not being like creepy and gross about your like I love strippers. Yay. You know Noel they said that he's at the ship of six to seven nights a week. He's a teacher it he's a gen well six I don't even eat six to seven nights. I was going to say I don't go to the grocery store that often like what do I do that often? I'm lucky if I poop that off. So now there's nothing that I do. Yeah, I don't even sleep six to seven nights a week. Are are you kidding me? Yeah. I mean, I don't know that much money off that well, that's the thing. I think before he was making good money had nobody to support he was like a single guy here good paying job. Well, here's an idea you could have saved money and bought a house and not have had this rental Tracy. He's a man. I like no offense. I do my best in guys, but like to how many guys take the initiative when they're that age and they're drinkers wage Partiers to save all that money and buy a house some sure but not him. I know but it's like you already had like she was pregnant the one time you yeah. I was like come on, you know, what's happening 6 to 7 nights a week chut Cline he what a stand-up guy. He won't go in gonna say what is saying? He's like you'll understand when you have a baby and a wife that hits you. Yeah, right when you're scared of your job. And she's going to lock you out like sleep in the swamp. He's like, what do you think? I'm going to go to a strip club on camera pretty crazy. Seriously. He probably snuck in. Yeah, he's a Catholic guys. Can you show me saying I'm not going to go inside and then I'll come inside. Yeah, so the champagne room and then you'll be heavy Jovi says feels good to be back in my local strip club. I mean, that's just weird. That's weird 6 to 7 nights. He's He's at the strip club, six seven or eight nights a week. He's making it rain though on the strippers. Oh my God. It was really classy. That's how that's how regulars act all the time. I was going to say. I who acts like he was acting like a teenager. Well Carter sits on his lap gross and Kaz not gross cuz the car gross took him for allowing that yeah, and then kez sends them to the champagne room. I bet you he does an Irish. Goodbye. Okay, as you know Joe V. I bet he like sneaks out. I don't think that he would like go through with something like that. I don't know. Well, this is his lifestyle seven eight nights a week wage. I don't know. I just feel like he's going to first of all he was cat. What's her name? Carter Carter is probably a bridesmaid of the wedding. Oh for sure your friends and family. Yeah, that's no he's like, of course you could send me in Carter to the champagne room. We know so much about each other already. I don't know. I feel like he's going to change his mind. Let's see what happens. Let's see what happens speaking of Life seeing what happens to Regan Hazel. So now they're self taping because Corona is hit all the way right? She thinks that he likes minty better. I think that if he liked Mindy so much he would know her name. That's the thing many Mindy she thinks that they still talk and she doesn't trust them. Of course. They still talk. Okay. First of all, of course, they still talk, but also you want a real job. Not to like him more. Yes. So now it's May 2020 and Hazel is wearing. Is this supposed to be a Fendi dress? Okay, Tracy, I was thinking the same thing. I'm like, is this a Fendi dress? Right? What is happening? Yeah, even a sheer sleeves very know. The wedding isn't two weeks. And Tariq has chose this tight white box with this giant baby blue boat. I well remember a baby blue is her favorite color. Okay, I don't think she. Okay. So here's the thing. I like purple and pink. Those are my favorite college. I am such a basic woman, right? Yes. Oh, hi is my fiance comes at me down the aisle, you know just like in any place like if he has like a a lot of room to walk right? Sure, I guess in the jail Chapel, which is 100% where we would be getting married. Yes, and he has on a Barney purple suit with a hot pink shirt not marrying him like you would be like, this is my deal breaker. Here's the thing. You know how I know that's not going to happen to you. You think you would let the guy pick out he was going to wear on his only not. No not no. No, I would not be happening. Oh, I know I would pick out whatever. I mean I didn't really even let you pick out your own wedding dress. So this is what happens. Joe's actually I changed my wedding dress somebody times after a while. It was like I give up because well she has something on that's fine. Ously, like should I just get a tux myself off? The tux first of all, it's ridiculous looking the bow tie the ratio between tight tux and bowtie. What's happening. I'm going to page is happening. I have seen these kind of bow ties it sat there usually on children's party clowns. Okay, cuz I don't know about these bow ties. That's that's that's all I could like. It's like a circus boat. I I don't understand. I've never seen like a real person where it but also why is this suit so tight? Maybe he's going to lose weight before the wedding one of the two weeks away, right? Maybe that's his. Yeah, maybe that's his goal. It's May and their wedding is 7th, June 7th, right like he's not going to get it back until the 4th. His talks really waited till the last minute. He goes with his friend Jake who is a one hundred percent liar that looks at his students as that's great. Also, I think Jacob Liar when he says he would not be married to his wife anymore. No, you know what I'm saying? Exactly sure. You're right. Sure Jake. Listen, he's also the wedding photographer, right? So it's I could you put your birth to work at your wedding. I don't know. I feel like that's a lot cuz you can't afford higher. Well, that's true too. Yeah, cuz I don't what is Tariq do like where does he what does he do for a living? I don't suck now. I have no clue. They never talk about it. Well, why is Mindy still a discussion because Hazel want something to be mad about? Okay, but they're talking about while he gets his talks, right? And then he's like, do you still talk to minty? Wait until Jake finds out. Her name is not mini Jake Jake thinks her name is Minnie because that's what Theresa but that's all he says that's literally all these one time in in the confessional. He said it was minty why because they probably were like trick Stop. Right, like this people are going to get confused on what you're talking about. Yeah out of my head. No help I can't okay worst couple a Mera Andrew. So she wants just get her visa reissued and I don't blame her. He looks like the scariest werewolf I've ever seen in my life Tracy. He gets smellier and smellier by the episode cussing so they video chat and he needs to know if she's going to do this Serbia thing so he can organize things. Also he needs to call her baby 35 times in a sentence baby-baby-baby Becca and dad were bad Syed, baby. You need to Baby Serbia baby, baby. Sorry baby survived the babysitter be so she said that he will not stop until he gets what he wants. Do you say he needs to know birth? She's going to go so he knows where which jail to avoid. Yes. Yes, which airport never to go near guess she wants him to promise that it will be. Okay. Okay. Okay, but okay. I used to like be a little team a mirror not anymore cuz like you're just being dumb. Who who's who's the moron now? That's what I mean. He said like I don't care if he has all the control the money whatever you're being stupid that's it have like you're still an impact. Like you're not in this you're right where you're like trying to escape but that's the thing like your your home your home. Why don't you just wait she can't she's crying in the car. She flies into Serbia. She's really excited to move to America because there's makeup stores. Okay, I gotta tell if I find out that she's doing this for love. I'm going to get upset. Okay, but it almost sounds that way though better weirdness to come to America only seriously. I agree home. Really hope that she's scamming him. So she said she also says, you know, I would like to live in San Diego or Vegas. You're not going to live either of those places. This is the problem with the people. I think that the Americans on this show off a lot of them live in very undesirable places. Yes agreed, but I think that the people that are overseas are not realizing that it's almost like if you know you've lived in Upstate New York no offense to Upstate New York sure and someone is going to move from I don't know Turkey to come and be with you and they hear New York or like I live in New York and then they get there and they're in like, you know Syracuse, right? I mean while they're expecting like what they see on T. They were going to live in like the bubble to yeah, they're going to live in Georgia all that drops on New Year's Eve. Yes, and here they are in Syracuse no affection. No offense to these places, but it's not what they're expecting. Okay, so Tracy me right if I am. Moving to another country and I had never been there were had never been to their homes. I cannot tell you how many video tours I would make them. Take me on crazy. I would want to know everything I'd be Googling I'd be like trying to speak to other people in this country know unless I would send a photographer. I would send a video ographer to make me a video that I could simulate what it's going to be like to be the word. You would be like, well, I'm going to pay you to get on a plane and gummy bear videos. Yeah, cuz I would know anyway, yeah, I don't understand how long she doesn't realize that she's not going to be living in San Diego or Vegas. So or who I just had an idea what cult lives in Vegas mm. That might be wrong connection a mirror. She's nice and she's a nice girl. What do you say from MADtv Lowered Expectations? You guys don't know the Lowered Expectations wage. Sketch from MADtv the best you are really missing out Google it. It's all over YouTube. It's two Unfortunate Souls who have found themselves and it's so money. So now he's tracking her flight from daycare and he really hope she doesn't go to jail. I mean, I hope she really doesn't go to jail too. I would feel very bad if she did she would you though? Okay, I feel like once I think I would I think I would crack up. I think I feel bad that she's like stuck in this random hotel room for 14 days. Like what's wrong with you? I don't feel bad. It's more like what's wrong with you know, if she would have been taken at the border. You would have been tickled pink. I just I don't know do we not see this coming right? You'd be like Noel God punishes. Yeah like so she would be better at at this time cuz she knows how to ins and outs off. She could bring like a little shiver some so now she gets this hotel right she has to be there at 14 days in quarantine in the first thing she does off in the middle of this covid-19 demek after flying from a different country. You're ready. She takes her filthy luggage and puts it right on her bed. She's discuss wage thing. It's disgusting Tracy. I can't take it also is her hair real. I don't know, you know, I was looking at him like she was really nice hair. There's so much of it or so much of it. It's not even the length. It's the amount of the layers of head hair. But I feel like that's like your hair you have really nice hair Noel you think she has more months almost like I have long hair. Yeah. But I feel like I would have to have so many clip-ins to have that much hair on my head. See I also don't know what the difference between a clip in a tape in this just have to have tracks in my head to make it off her hair is yeah like the letter A. It really is though. I wish you guys could see Tracy cuz she's actually doing it with her and let her a also. I like how Andrew gives very good advice to her. He says am Cheer Up cheer up buttercup Europe. You could be stuffed in a shipping box right now. That was my next plan. So I mean but I bet you would say yes to that too, though wage. You better be lucky that you got there on a plane and not the cargo was going to put you on a cargo ship. We're going to kick you all the way to Serbia. She's like, I like whatever he wants. She is very though. You're right ever since you said it. She's very mud slash pudding esque. She just is a lot of putting involved speaking of putting let's talk about Rebecca enzyme Rebecca is serving fast food and Zayed is getting ready to tour with NSYNC. He is honestly, I like the outfit know it's a little outdated. Okay, do you think that the Outfit is first of all relevant to 2020 and second of all appropriate for like what kind of alpha do you put when you're going to meet someone by the founder of a chicken restaurant, but that's look at how she dresses though. She dresses very much for the NSYNC era. Look at her boot Cuts. Well, they left the cabin club and she's bringing him lunch on her break by the dumpster and it's their their relationship is very tense because of Ramadan and that talk that they had about how he wants to get married for Ramadan and she says no but she's saying hard know like she's not interested in being open to this at all. And I don't know why because girlfriend you've already had 3,000 weddings. You've got three weddings. It's so many weddings. Why are you why waste your money again? He doesn't care. So who cares what she's such a baby. I know well now I have this quote written down. Don't know who set it. Tell me it says Ramadan of Ramadan other something. I don't know. It might be him and might be probably him. And then she I think he was saying that because she she was saying we could live together welcome and it's just the two of us and we're not married Ramadan other something right like Ramadan is different. Yeah, right. Okay. So now also she said maybe he's playing me off my ex from Morocco. Shut up. Just shut up. I gotta tell you if I was her extra Morocco. I'm Soo her like stop first not beat up. Stop bringing me up. Stop using that picture with my blood work on phase with me in my very cute outfit in Morocco. Stop. Stop bringing him to all of my places, right you live in the I still live here Rebecca off. You're giving you my chicken sandwich Rebecca. I'm going to meet you at 3:30 and you gave him my chicken sandwich. So she said that he can stay with Tiffany or something, right? Okay. So why are ya a liar? She wants to marry him right now behind the chicken restaurant but wage. Why is she doing this? Why cuz she wants to see if she can get her way cuz she thinks so now here's the thing the the tables have turned. Yes. Yes, and she thought that she would guess it's like how you know, a lot of these men. I feel like usually feel like they're saving these women from other countries and I think that Rebecca felt like she was saving Zagat and letting him come to America and he's like, I'll go back. Well, that's the thing. I think that she's so insecure cuz she knows like he doesn't need to be in America, She's acting a little bit weird, but in Rebecca's defense, yeah all of a sudden that's what you adhere to for your for Islam, right? I don't know like it's it's all really confusing. But I do understand where like he's like Ramadan is different though. Okay, I get it. But like stop acting like you're following all of these rules. Well, that's true too. Right because technically you shouldn't be sleeping together at all. If at all right living there, I mean look at you know, look at Britney and use on right and wrong ideas on Legit didn't live with Britney, right? So let's let's move over to my favorite couple maybe in the history of the 90-day franchise name is Tracy. I get like Disturbed watching her. I loved it and by couple I mean Stephanie and all of her personalities. Stephanie she wants to hold hands with Harris. So they they do but it's a good thing that they're holding hands because she cannot walk know she's she is not. Okay. He's a baby deers. She is. She's Bambi on Ice. You know. Okay, don't worry because Ray Harris is going to hold her hands. And she tells him that this is a quote you you saved the day. By what calming narrative pipe you down with Brian wouldn't yeah, that's so sad. So now she says I'm going to give you a kiss and then she takes out her her lip purse. She's very into these pearls. Let me tell you Angela would have loved this live person would have gone perfect with her lip earrings and necklace set off. She wants him to know that this was not revenge sex. Oh no. Oh, okay. So she's totally over Ryan Noel. It's been seven hours. Yeah. She's over him. Come on her own woman, of course, so she said that he called her daily and we find that a little bit more about Harris now, I will say this Harris is 1,000 times better looking than Ryan. Not only is he better-looking but he's way smarter person all Civ right? He's like, oh I'm going to go through with this. He means it he's dead. In a play the game not like Ryan played it Ryan played this game sloppy sloppy sloppy Ryan played the game how I would have played it and Harris plays the game how you would have played it. It's just so true. He's all in so now he was seventeen when he had a kid and he had three kids with the same woman and they have been living together for fourteen years, right, but she leaves him often. Okay. So here's the thing. Does she or does he conveniently is he conveniently single when Stefan he's in town? He's single and Stephanie's in town. So now she wants him to come to the u.s. She wants a white out Ryan's name on the K1 visa and just put cousin Harris cuz she probably doesn't know his last name or Paris and I love this so much because I gotta tell you. Yeah, I think that Harrison his baby mama are in on it together one hundred percent. Yes, so do I that's a job What I wrote this whoever Harris's baby mama is good for her. She's yeah go out and do your work it's because you know, it's striking gold. It's so. And then this is a quote from Harris. I'm ready. I know Stephanie in the Americans are rich people. They have big great houses and everything that they need in life. Okay, so also I felt like Stephanie in the Americans would be the great name for like herb and like Josie and the Pussycats Jem and the Holograms. Coming to the stage, please. Welcome Stephanie in the plane their hit song Rai Harris. Oh my God, I would pay to see this concert. Yes. Yes, that's a great day of Stephanie and the Americans and they always good. They all have like like purses that look like different things. Right? Like one has a choice want one has like a fork. I love it. I really like it's a Stephanie has been performing for years and he said that he can do better in America off and okay, then he says something that makes me laugh all the way. What does he say? This is a quote. He said that he's going to come to America to quote make sure she gets the right treatments. That she deserves and he's like, I think he means like the right treatment like for her mental illness like therapy. Right? Right like shock treatment home. Like she's an EDP treat it like almost like how we were saying that she looks like the woman. Oh, no, 99 cent Barbie melted Barbie or the women from New Jersey Becomes Her. Yeah, like he's like twister head backwards. He's like, I need to make sure that she gets the right treatment like the right paint color for her skin cuz she's not very good. But maybe he could help the aesthetician or maybe he means maybe he means the right treatment like physical therapy so she can walk on her own again, so she's not bamboo fide anymore. I love her. I love her. I love her. I love her. I can't wait to see honestly what happens with her. Like I can't wait to see do you think that her and Harris get into a little bit of a tiff and then there's cuz I'm in Maris right or cousin Ryan. She's like, no, actually we were having a really serious relationship for years. I love how she switched it so quick to make it like her and Harris have been together forever. Okay. I feel like people in real life do this right Tracy. We were just talking about this in real life a highly were so it's like, you know that girl that you went to high school with and she had a boyfriend in high school and they were like both junky's yes, I mean, this is not a specific story, but it could be you know, yeah, it's not not so he goes away to jail for like twenty years. She has like two kids with two different guys. She's single she can't get her life together. He gets out of jail. They get married and she tells everyone they've been together for twenty years Tracy that just happened on my Instagram Newsfeed. Oh really? That's very similar. There's nothing there's nothing I love more than that. But this is the thing. It's like what do you talking about? You haven't been together so long 94, you know, they've been together since ninety-four hm, but you have three other kids but I love the timeline. I know I know it's really together for twenty years who Jake to the prom right? And it's like well actually the he was working that day. So I just so I took my actual boyfriend that I married right after that that I was home for fifteen years. I love it. Oh my God, I love it. This episode was wasn't very meaty, but it was very treaty. It was very true. I wonder how long they're going to make this go on for too long. 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77: Explore | A cyclist on the English landscape

The Cycling Podcast

55:45 min | 4 months ago

77: Explore | A cyclist on the English landscape

"You listening to explore by the cycling podcast powered by super sapiens energy management for committed athletes and coaches. While Richard and Daniel are in Italy covering the Giro, I've come down to Santa leonards-on-sea in Sussex on the south coast of England to meet a travel for a French cyclist called Rocksmith. Now, a couple of months ago, a photo story in the New York Times, created quite a buzz on social media and you may have seen links to it and seen the article. It was a series of thought portraits taken during lockdown, called a cyclist on the English landscape. There's a link to the article in the show notes, if you want to have a look and I recommend you do, because the photographs are absolutely stunning rough road. I live in a faded Seaside town called Santa leonards-on-sea in Sussex on the south coast of England. If you've not heard of it, you're in good company, it's not on anybody's list of celebrated English Beauty spots wage. He'd most of my riding is across flat Coastal, Marsh, or down-at-heel, seafront promenades. There's history here. Of course, this is England after all the lonely marshes, I pedal across most day Place where William the Conqueror landed his men in 1066. Otherwise, except for being a haunt for Smugglers, this stretch of Coast dozed away the centuries until the victorians, brought the railways down London. Now, the feature caught my eye for another reason because Leonard's is where I lived when I trained to become a journalist more than 25 years ago now, which pulls me up a little short. I live just off the Sea Foam and I walk sometimes bent double against the wind down to Marine Court. Where the Westminster pressed journalism school was based Marine Corps is quite a striking building designed to look like the upper deck of the Queen. Mary ocean liner. And when it opened in 1938, it's fourteen stories made at the tallest Residential Building in the UK and that is Ross says, there is a lot of history here nor by is just down the coast. And I've driven down through battle, which is Inland, of course, named for the Battle of Hastings. Hastings itself is One Direction and be on that page. Paul McCartney lived in the countryside, near Rye, and even further beyond that, there's the Eerie calm of Dungeness and its nuclear power station. And then the other way is Bexhill Eastbourne, and then bright off. And I've got a head in that direction because I'm due to meet Roth just down the coast of bexhill-on-sea. So I better get rolling. And while I do have a listen to this, this is coming up on exposed. Starting on Thursday, June, 3rd. It's got this league division one. Every onion is One race rivers to a United. Neil had a window. The in-stream find Bank to a lower to the federal. Athletic one, Hamilton academical. One for fact, to reflect it airdrieonians, heart of Midlothian Hamilton. Academical Queens Park and queen as a South. These are names. I associate with the Saturday, two times of my childhood, when I sit down to watch the football results on BBC's grandstand program And the mention of stenhousemuir and Stirling, Albion would conjure up images of well, images of what exactly I really didn't know, they sounded exotic Faraway places with A Touch of Romance and mystery that the more familiar English Club seem to lack Scottish League division, two brothers three, Queen of the South to East 54 Albion Rovers, three months bank and he's telling Chef evening kick-off at 7:30, I'm Lionel. Bernie and I grew up two doors down from Simon Gill. Hello, as children are two, obsessions were football and then a little later cycling page and our days watching football, playing football and reading about football, and in summer, we'd head off into the Hartford, your lanes and our bikes pretending. We were riding the Tour de France. Last year, life was put on pause by the pandemic and during the depths of locked down, we talked about what we'd like to do when restrictions eased and we were allowed to travel. Again, I said I wanted to do a multi-day bike ride somewhere, a trip from a to zed taking the time to slow down and enjoy the journey more than rush to the destination. Simon said he wanted to photograph each of the Scottish Football League grounds, and when I looked at the map, I realized we could combine the two ideas, the Tour de course was born the beautiful game on two wheels at least four still has to have an ill-behaved. Static one, selling out being one Brigham City, one Sandra one and so over 13 days writing from Gretna to dingwall and covering. More than 1,300 mortars will visit each one of those 42, Scottish Football League, grounds, and explore, the countryside towns, and cities in between, There are so many questions to be answered. Will we make it as far as four far without falling out? Why did Dundee and Dundee United play across the street from each other? Why cowdenbeath called the birth Raziel? Well, actually is iron brew and do my ancestors really hail from Bernie. The Tour de cost will be documented in Daily episodes of explore. And you can also follow our journey by watching our slow-moving dots at the cycling podcast. Com Hello there. Rough. How you doing? Not too bad, not too bad, really handshake? Or maybe a fish pump we can do. Yeah. So tell me, where are we first of all? Well, we're going to see funded Bexhill. It's nice. A little Seaside town that quite old-fashioned. And some of the places to ride through almost every morning on my way out to the marsh, right? Take a lot of my photography and I don't want to jump to conclusions, but that's not a south coast of England accent. I'm picking up here. No choice, not. I'm I'm sort of a walking geography lesson. I was born in the US and raised in New England. I'm Australian and I, my wife is off here from st. Leonard's. And so I've been living here now. We're sort of basing here now. Usually, I'm traveling overseas, but The past year. I haven't been I've just been sitting here not quite Idol. I've been out with my bike and my camera but otherwise just sitting well we talked about that. I think the plan is to go for a little ride somewhere. I mean we haven't been terribly lucky with the weather but it could have been worse. I feel like we've been putting this meeting off waiting for the English summer to get started, but you'll know wage as an American Aussie. Who's lived here long enough to know that the the English summer is pretty unpredictable. Well, I was out. I actually passed through Bexhill at 3:30 this morning and took me out to the marsh to see if I could get some moonshots. It was clear. Then I was thinking this is his column too and I thought well in the cloud Banks built up, I never even got out my camper and now, we have Moody weather, let's call it that. It is mood, isn't it? It's a kind of gray white blanket above us. Their pillows, kind of scatter, cushions of of cloud on top of one another not much blue sky. But I promise you, as I drove down, I did, I did see some blue sky. It just, yeah, if you don't like the weather, wait, 5 minutes. But I've discovered that out in the marsh, with my, with my camera. Once I was waiting to take some moonshots Cloud Bank came over and I was just kicking myself cuz I had one of those mornings you get out at 3 a.m. and our last summer, and I just thought, well, I'm here, I'll wait, I just stood there and waited and the cloud sort of broke up the sun started to rise. There was this beautiful pink clouds and I just woke up and gone away, I would never have had that. So you just learned to be patient and let it do its thing. Well, let's go for a little ride and see if we can duck any rate. In showers. And then, when we come back, we'll talk about this fantastic project that, as I guess, sustained you through lock down. But first of all, let's let's head out to a road. I remember from many years ago, cycling down the old Marsh Road. But, I mean, I couldn't tell you how you get to it now. So, perfect, roughly the way. Still guessing on fueling not sure what all went to eat and drink on rides, that matter never, again, optimize your fueling strategy with real-time glucose data package actionable insights and personalized analytics, we're here to help you achieve your performance goals. Go to super sapiens. Com for more on how to track your energy levels and fuel for success. Explore by the cycling podcast is supported by super sapiens. A system of continuous glucose monitoring that uses the Abbott Libre sensor, glucose sport package, to give real-time updates on the super sapiens app for diabetics. 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Com Oh, we're at with the wind, we've just returned to bexhill-on-sea after a ride out to Heaven. See and back on the old Marsh Road very month, right? Of to harms, wasn't it? Rough. We had stiff headwind on the way out and a lovely invisible helping hand on the way back. And now we're sitting in one of these delightful shelters is just up from the the beach, the pebbly beach here at Bexhill and we're keeping out of the wind, but one thing struck me rough is that this is all about later. In the day for you bike, riding at lunchtime very late in the day. For me, I was out this morning at, well, I left home a little after 3 and was passing the shelter about 3:30 this morning, on my way out to Kevin. See to try to get some shots of the full moon. Mostly reckon ordering this morning. Tomorrow is the full moon, so just want to know where I need to be tomorrow. So yeah, this is Jeff. It's very late and well, tell me about your bike because it's really eye-catching. It's a classic Torah. It's got the, the gear, shifters on the bottom of or handlebars, you got a A Brooks saddle, you've got panties front and back. I guess you carry your camera equipment out on on the pannier but tell me the story behind the bike because it's a significant color, isn't it? Well, yes, I've always before, even before this project, I was always out before Dawn and my bike that was just my time for for going out and enjoying a quiet and so when I had bought a bicycle made, I had an idea of the color I wanted and I chose this both pink color because they were the colors of the Dawn and it just suited suited me. That's just my bike. It was custom bike. Made just for me, it was the bike. I wanted when I was a kid, you know, when you're a little kid and some kids, they grow up, they wanted to race, you know, that's all there in New Jersey. Sure enough, not me from the moment. I've got on my bicycle, I saw it as a way to see the world. I was off in my mind, riding to Zanzibar and everywhere else. And I would see these old jurors School tourists with an adult school. Then they were cutting edge doors and I would see them going by and that's what I wanted to. I never, never could quite get there. When I was a kid, you know, off on mowing money would take you so far. But so, you know, I had a Schwinn Varsity instead but this is the bike I wanted. And so I had it made and who made it for you. Took a good friend of mine named Mark, Riley. He was enigma at the time and Brilliant frame-maker and lovely, lovely, man. Who later went off and founded his own cock Wiley Cycle Works. And again, his frames are are well, well known well respected and unfortunately, he died last last March quite unexpectedly and this month? Like, which was already special to me because it had been made by my friend becomes all the more special now and I like to think of him being along on the ride. When, when I'm out there, he took it and he let me photograph. And money was building it. Beautiful art. I mean I I think few people can realize until they see a frame being built by a really fine Master frame building. The building itself is an art that this this is a kinetic sculpture so it becomes very special to me. Not only is that, this is the bike. I always wanted. It was built by a friend of mine own. Now, it's a friend who's no longer with us, but his bike remains, and so, it's special, lovely. I mean, he say it was the bike you wanted when you were a kid. That's obviously, when cycling started for you. You just thought as a child, where where were you growing up and and how did you form a relationship recycling? Well, I I've had a very interesting sort of get very different growing up. I actually, when I got my dog, Spike, when we were living in the south side of Chicago, we had little money at the time and I wasn't expecting a bicycle, the other kids that were seven and that was other kids are getting by and I thought I just thought. Well that's not going to happen for me. My mother had managed to put together $5 and bought this secondhand. It was a girl's bike his old age win Eisenhower era clunky Schwinn, girls bike, kind of a dark green with white two-tone and I got off the school bus and I saw this bike should parked in the driveway, so it was a car on its kickstand. My first thought was who was over, who was visiting us, had no idea that was going to be my bicycle and when I heard it was awful, I was just, I was over the moon fact. There was a girls by. It was irrelevant. I could not have cared, the last name was a bicycle and for a moment, I got on it, I imagined myself going home, You have to, I didn't want to race. I wanted to see the world that was, that was where it all started. So when did cycling become something, that took you beyond your neighborhood? Well months, later on, we moved to New Hampshire, this is the Northeast in the mid and I spent the rest of my growing up in a very rural mountain. And I think the first proper Expedition, as I thought of it at the time was over to the Bear. Camp River to go fishing Maricamp. River was big dark Waters. You could catch anything in the Bear Camp. They had, you know, like pick wrong with sharp teeth and they had the beaches and the water. It was, it was our own private Orinoco, and it was about twelve, thirteen miles away to me. That was a, that was a long way off. And we were talking earlier, you know, when you're cycling so many things happen, you see so many illegal things The miles take on their own personalities. There's there's no Anonymous miles so they're thirteen miles that I rode to get to the Bear Camp. They were story miles, you know, abandon them, overrode would mean something. And I do it, sparkling water of a little stream or you. So there was storied miles. So, there are filled with with the distance, proper distance, not like these are Miles where you just lobbed them off by the Thousand, these are a real miles and that was when I began, you know, imagining you know, if it's just these thirteen miles can be so exciting. So packed with event an adventure and experience, I was thinking, you know, imagine 1300 miles south of magic 13,000 miles and so you start thinking these Grand terms and so I had I had visions of Shutting off and exceeding, the world living on my bicycle, which at first didn't really quite pan out real life kind of came in. I, I went to went to University and God became a journalist and them migrated to Australia and and lived a Suburban life through my twenties. I had a a Touring bike, I bought a woman I was I finished University of University of Sydney bought myself a Touring bike, old Gemini World random newer. I remember getting it to head had 26 inch tires which man told me at the shop. You could replace these in third world countries and this is what I yeah, bit of real politic facility on this bike is 15 speed and I was again, real life you certainly got a job. It's kind of nice having money after being an impoverished student and you know the tour was going to be something I'd do next year. Next year. Next year and eventually I found myself in my early thirties dead. I was working in the Melbourne age, a newspaper and the tram drivers went on strike and I didn't have a way to get into work. And I remembered my old Touring bike, which is gathering dust the cobwebs out in the back. And I had this cheeky idea that maybe I could try riding my bike into work. Seemed mad thing to do, but what the heck? So weird the bike out, hooked up the tires within the next day. You know, I was completely clueless about providing and traffic at City rush hour in the middle of a public transport strike, it was nearly a disaster and I, but I got into work and survive the ride. I spoke today, ultimately dreading the ride home and looking forward to it, because it was exciting. After the Jamberry was route for a few days. And by then I was completely full background cycling, and it's sort of grew from there. I became a cyclist commuting in and out. And then those old dreams started coming back about about tourists. I went from the Melbourne age work for Time magazine for a while and still and finally one day I just quit time. Wonderful job but I just I had to go and I put everything into storage. Put some put some panniers on the tour and set off from Sydney and did a 10,000 mile nine-month Trek around Australia. No rush. I was taking my time off. I didn't just stay along the coast. I went Inland along ways and back to the coast, Inland drove all over the place. I stayed in Aboriginal communities, mining camps, million, acre cattle, stations cheap stations, you know, all kinds of assets and fabulous experiences, met loads of really wonderful people and along the way. National Geographic took, an interest in my story. I was, I bought a new one of the attitudes they are sending him letters snail mail. This is before before email is a big deal and my letters are getting passed around the National Geographic Building. Yep. I got back around 2 to Melbourne and I was still on my way back in Sydney. I heard that they decided to make my story into a three part Series in a magazine and that became took much. Now, been a 25-year relationship with National Geographic. I got there on a bicycle so the cycling and the journalism written journalism. Predated Fe, yes or no, I was a photographer first. I studied, you know, again I really weird mix. I'm gloriously, officially unqualified, I have a degree in archaeology degree in geology in Old Norse literature. So, you know, the perfect qualifications for a photojournalist. I was doing photography, but then they suck just me, early eighties in Sydney and the job came up, writing job came up to be the mining writer now, that doesn't sound terribly, interesting, maybe, but in nineteen early age, Their Minds opening up all over. Australia was a starting the big gold rush. Boom. They've minerals room. So, the my tear items, the guy who got to travel around first, class going all over the country or wage or company's would send their private jets to pick up writers for these wonderful junkets. And so, I had a choice of either shooting in Sydney and going to the dark room or hopping on private jets and walk around out back, it was pretty easy choice. So I became a writer and then gave away photography for some years and just really kind of them actually got back into it. I missed it. So you've seen lots of parts of the world on on two wheels. I mean, when we can talk about the project that you did, when locked down struck, I mean, first thought whereabouts, were you when this, this great cloud of coronavirus was kind of covering our world. Well, I was in Ecuador, South America. I was dead. In the last of the world's greatest Panama Hat Weavers, and, and these are people that can leave Panama hats with 4000 weaves per square inch. I mean, it it's like the finest fighting with the finest linen. And I was having a wonderful time shooting this and I really felt. I mean covid-19 Through Spain as they were closing that down and got into England just as England locked down. So, I was hugely relieved, but at the same time, I had nothing to do magazine assignments, just over so, I mean, how long has sent leonards-on-sea and this part of the Sussex Coast being home. Well, I guess in a realistic way this past year, I mean, but before I thought it was traveling a lot but this past year it I've been nowhere the other day. I went, I took a train up to London to see somebody and it was the first time I'd been on a train and 14 months. For the most part, I had been no further than where I go on my bicycle in the mornings pevensey was probably about as far as I went. So I mean, when you were thinking of an assignment for National Geographic or any of the other people that you do work for, I mean there's no limit on where you could travel to. You could take yourself to Ecuador or any other corner of the world. Then all of a sudden, you can take yourself beyond the End of the Street know. I mean in in the course of my career I've been to every continent over a hundred countries wage. I actually cycled at the South Pole, I was on assignment a few years ago I I like to think it was my round the world bicycle trip because if you go around the South Pole, you've covered every single line of longitude these world record holder a claim Eighty Days. I did it in ten seconds to just didn't want to know about it but I think I deserve an asterisk done at altitude. It's at 10,000 feet, the South Pole but you know, so I mean I was going places like the South Pole, the jungles in New Guinea excavated, a Portuguese treasure ship and the Treasure Coast in on these skeleton coast and Namibia. You know, I was on the edge, getting 4 weeks, shooting a cheetah story. So I was used to travel a lot and suddenly not going anywhere at all. And, you know, even in parts of the lockdown, we couldn't really leave our own wage The council area There Was, You Know, women are the various phases. So you know, suddenly I I couldn't go anywhere and I had to try to I wanted to do something. I want to keep my eye and founded writing a children's book, but then I wanted to keep my eye in photographically as well. And so I started taking my camera with me on my morning bike rides and I decided I was going to shoot the midnight shooting a travel assignment at first. You know, I look at some of my early efforts and I kind of went and I think ouch, that was that was not good. It's very difficult, a very different to shoot yourself a on a bicycle and and try to compose everything challenges became addictive. I would come back. And actually, I'm, I'm always a stirring critic of my own work. I'm really, really, I would come back and look at what I shot and you know, just kicking myself. No, you should have done, this should have done that, but this is where I could have been. And after a while I said I'm realize I'm studying the sunrise time. The phases of the moon, the tide tables, everything and taking notes. I have a note notebooks and the job down. You know, what time I bring bring a phone, not because I want to make a phone call, but because I look at the time, okay? The shadow Falls here at such-and-such, and what day? Because the sons moving around throughout the year, I was taking all these notes observing all these things and and shooting and shooting, and shooting you, there's a whole separate skill set to, you know, people often ask, you know, how do you, how do you do it that, you know, technically, it's not that difficult and you set up a tripod, I use something called intervalometer which allows me to set, whatever delay. I want the camera will fire off as many shots as I want, typically do anything from seven seconds. Two thousand forty seconds and maybe shoot three to five shots depending on what what I want so that part's easy. But putting yourself in the frame, it's not just like, well I'll just ride through the picture wage Because if you're, if you're doing this, you know, kind of artistically or for, you know, the kind of quality that you would expect to see in National Geographic or the New York Times, you can't just write. You need to know exactly where you could be in six inches from a hundred meters so I can make a difference. You want to know where what's the backdrop going to be with your head? Be visible wage because, you know, you don't have a disembodied cycle bicycle sitting in this dark shadow. I mean, you look at where the Shadows Fall, when the light falls, how you find myself studying the the foreshortened angles of a cyclist and I can tell you bitter experience, nobody looks good from behind on a bicycle know. I've even watched the Tour de France, people just it just hits a look just to look at camera angles and in and even they they're no way better than me and I'm thinking, no, you don't, you know, looking good from behind. You want to have a big cock. Angle. So, you'll learn all of these little, these little tricks, but then actually being able to do it at the right time with the right second. You know, I would make multiple takes a shot. I think they, they hardest most difficult one. I did was on a place called battery Hill. It's about a 14% grade and I had to ride all the way down. What I wanted was to be coming up. It says like a tunnel of leaves in the sunlight was raking across. So I wanted to be emerging from the Shadows with just the right amount of sunlight striking, my face of the bicycle. So, just emerging from, like, this, this tunnel of leaves with the, with them, the background of the Sussex Countryside, spread out way below and, you know, it looked great wage. I mean, the other, the concept was great, but to get that precise and I had to be right in the right part of the road, so that I had the, the dent Shadow behind me and had, you know, I choose my, my, my Cycling Club. Is my tops. I think a couple of spares with me. So I have something that will contrast, you know, and and cycling caps, which work, I call it my wardrobe in my camera bag but that I did thirty-five five trips up that 14% grade and, you know, by the end of it, you know, I was, I was just fried, I still remember you. I've done the 35 trips up and down the page that this, this gray, and on the way back to sort of trudging and the cyclist rides buying us, don't worry not far to the top. If you do, but, you know, that's, that's what it takes meaning to, to do this. And, you know, again like this morning, I left home to 3:00 right now and I didn't really expect to get any images. In fact, I didn't. But I'm going out, making reckon ordering. So I know where the moon is going to be tomorrow. I can plot it where it, you know, it'll be slightly different than today, but I know where I want to be tomorrow morning. So it's knowing where you want to be knowing how what you want to set up and you know, it's yes, I'm going to work. I mean, in terms of doing thirty-five reps of the same Hill or riding past the camera multiple times, I mean you're against the clock as well in a way because the light is going to be against, you should point it totally. Because I like my favorite time to shoot is Just Before Dawn, maybe a quarter of an hour. Before Dawn, I start shooting a half an hour because you get some surprises dead. And I shoot after, you know, well after Sunrise so but might that there's a sweet spot about 15 minutes before Sunrise to about 5 or 10 minutes after and so yes, the lights changing I have, I've done again. I've done multiple takes and it looks like I've done it on different days and honestly looks like completely different pictures because the light is changing dramatically. And sometimes just, you know, you sometimes you get like two really good shots in completely different light, but often you lose the light and of course, it's an uncontrolled environment. So I might be getting it from hitting my marks. Exactly. Right. And, you know, I have a Range Rover right on my tail game over, you know, and it's just nothing they can do about it. So you have this, the uncontrolled environment light changing. So, you're acting fast. I come back. Quick look quickly at my, what's in the frame. See where I need to be off. Sometimes I look at it, I think I've got this completely wrong. I need, I need to be a hundred meters away. And, you know, I'm just grabbing stuff and running and trying to find to to get this in summer times. I come back home, you know, when it works, it's just fabulous. It's a wonderful feeling you look in the frame and go out, got it and you go right. You know, well I mean what, what equipment they using it digital or film or and is there a sort of if it's digital? Would you take the camera home and not look until you got home or unless they're a punch, the air moment? There is a punch the moment? Yes. Well, no use a digital. However, throw DSLR 30 minutes, it's a Canon 5D for, for, for people who like these things. It's a top range, Canon Pro Camera and it has a full frame sensor which is really good for shooting in low-light cuz I do shooting very low light a lot of the time. Yes I have that. I have four or five lenses. I bring with me. I have three dead. Your focus Iceland's for when I'm determined, it's going to be a stationary shot and then to autofocus Canon lenses for movement. And then in that same camera bag, I'll have I got some neutral density filters. If I need to, if I want longer exposures seldom do, but I have an adjusting case. And then I have what I call em or drove spare Jersey spare caps, because sometimes you realize you need, I need to stand out from background so you can just bicycles defined so often, you know, I realized I've got the wrong color jersey. So they're all be, you know, sometimes when it's minus 3 and I'm, you know, changing my shirt and it's cold and real life jacket is too dark. So I'd have to shoot without a jacket and, you know, she just freezing but just you do it because you want you want the picture. I mean, that's if yep. To be comfortable, you stay home in bed, you suffered for your rough. I've got, I've got that. Yeah, I mean the obvious question really struck me. When I first saw the feature published in the New York Times, on the New York Times website, I must say, I've been sent to me by so many different people over the course of a 48-hour period. It colleagues other photographers, I know, friends who know I'm into cycling off. And the thing that immediately caught my eye was because I, I kind of recognized that the geography because I'd lived down here. And what I didn't really understand at the time was due, I would recognize it because this is a uniquely you know, distinct part of Southern England and it just sort of some memories from my past just sort of playing on my mind off, it wasn't until I delve deeper and really looked at the photographs and read the accompanying words that I realized these were self-portraits. I mean and that was the thing that really kind of flipped the switch for me because wage As you say, taking pictures of another cyclist, when you're behind the camera is one thing. But setting these shots up and you riding into the frame is another, I mean, why did you want to be in the pictures as well? Why didn't you make it easy for yourself? You could have given somebody a few quid to come along and be your model on a bike partly. I mean this is also a time of number of social distancing. You couldn't wage. You couldn't I mean and of course I had zero money. No income is this this is a a self-assigned assignment. So I had you know no money and what no one allowed really allowed to go out with anybody else. Also you know I wanted a particular look in the frame in the picture so you know I showed I choose my my clothing off you know it's not not branded or if it's it's I'm looking for an old school kind of romanticized if you will image of cycling on the on the English language. So I needed someone that was going to be. I knew how I wanted to the close to look and how I wanted the bicycles work. I have this old school tour which worked really well with, with this style of shooting I had in mind off and I guess also, this final thing is that I am a horror. I've learned, I'm a horrible director, producer task masker, I mean, I hate myself. I mean, I can't stand not working for me. So how could I expect anyone else to do it? I mean, I'm not going to get anyone to ride 35 times if a 14% great and and tell them not didn't have it, sorry, six inches off right next time. One time I went out to part of the farthest distance. I rode was out to a place called Hartland, which is out by her husband Zoo. It was -5, when I left of bitterly cold, I wrote often, but I knew there was these big Oaks big IV colored Oaks. That hopes are all the ivies. All brown, it's winter, it's going to be covered with frost dead. I need to say he'll I'm thinking this is going to be a great job. I've really like this image, had it in my mind, so I wrote all the way out there and left By Starlight an hour and half to get out there. Freezing, I take my coat off because I needed a lighter color, be against the yolks, so it's standout freeze. And I shot these images in my I got back home and I'm looking at this and I realized that the camera was just tilted down, just maybe a quarter of an inch. This perspective was was just wrong and I was looking at it and I'm not worried those pictures because I put so much into the next that night. It was clear. Again, it was minus-5 I rode hour and half back to the same spot. Did the same shoot off her again just to get the picture that I wanted. I'm not really going to find too many people there going to put up with that. Like I say, I was angry with myself. The cycling podcast is support wage. By science in sport, Science and Sport fueled by Science Explorer is supported by science in sport and in Readiness for our trip to Scotland. Next week I've stocked up on science and Sport. Good used to help us on our way. Now, we're not going to be racing. Most of our riding will be at a pretty low intensity, although we will be carrying luggage and because we're stopping several times along the way going to be in for some long days. We might be outdoors for twelve or fourteen hours, and the weather might be chilly or wet. And I think there's a tendency to think of Sports Nutrition as being all about the high-end performed by actually performance is performance, even if you're not pushing on, we want to ensure we're in good shape at the end of each day, so that we're not starting the next one in the red and that is going to come down largely to our scheduling strategy and getting that. Right. So I've got bars jails and the drink powders to supplement, our regular food and keep us well, topped up. And if you want to get 25% off your scientists Port products. You can do so at the scientist board.com website with the code s, i s c p 25. So rough. I mean, one of the things about lock down and cycling was that we all became overcome with our local environment, really? I mean, we couldn't go any further for a long time. We had to stay within riding distance of home and people are encouraged not to go too far off and in normal times that kind of repetitive, the mundanity of riding the same stretch of road. I know, I feel it, you know, the first couple of miles out of home before I get the choice of whether to go left straight on a, right, sometimes. Feels like a bit of a drag, but certainly did before lockdown, I think, you know, lock down The Fosters to reappraise our relationship with all sorts of things, including the freedom to just go out. I mean, how this project sort of changed your relationship with cycling or has it. And also with the with the area that you've lived in Georgia. Will be maybe come and gone from and what-have-you kind of noticed about the place. Just by exploring on two wheels, it's changed. My perspective are on cycling, but I should say it's renewed wage when I was little. So I mentioned earlier and I got this bicycle and I was still riding 13 miles over to the to the Bear Camp. River to go fishing and finding so much sense of travel and found that again. You know, I can ride over to Heaven 02, Fair light over to Portland, and I'm getting the same sense of travel actual proper travel, but I used to do more of a sense of trouble than I would get hopping on a plane to go off to the other side of the world on an assignment. I've actually Reef we found travel, we found a joy and travel. And so, I mean that and that's people have asked me and you must be very excited to get back on a plane. I'm thinking, I actually know, I'm really happy with my little twelve mile radius birth. I'm exploring on my bicycle. I've become a kid again, in that regard, the world has become big for me once more miles, take on new meaning, you know, to, to be sixty-two as I am. Now, finding that same joy in miles and traveling proper distances. I like to think of it. As I did, when I was twelve half a century ago, is is a real, Joy is a real Discovery. So, you know, in a way, I being happy not to get on a plane. Again, if I could make my living doing travel stories around Sussex place, I think National Geographic has a limit as to how many stories they're going to want, but, you know, I would I, I have discovered, really rediscovered travel. And now, I'm realizing more and more that your travels not a product of distance. It's what goes on in your mind. It's what you see. It's the details. It's how how rich and Discovery the miles are and, and on a bicycle A few mile ride busy, I'm sure, you know, yourself, you discover things, you see things and you know, in terms of discovery of the local area where I lived, you know, these aren't any longer there are Corners with a shadow Falls. Just so, and there, there there's, there's little straightaways where, you know, you know, like the, the cow parsley is going to catch them some and, and, and, and, and really, boom, lift up an image. So, I mean, all these little details come into play. So, I feel like I'm living in this really rich tapestry, which I was completely aware of before and seeing things in the space of ten miles, more of a sense, as a, more of a sense of travel than you get going. Any number of miles by normal means, I'm almost a sort of hypersensitivity to your local environment in a way, I guess. I mean, we even notice that on the ride out, you know, I commented on where the golf course gives away to the cows grazing. Adjacent field or just percent of the headwind, dropping a little bit. Just as we got, you know, into that sort of bow of the Hill that we were, we were cycling up. I guess, you sign of life, you create all manner of things about any particular day because you notice the wind's coming off the left today rather than off the right. Yes. I mean you really become much more tuned to Nature. Like I said, I know the tide tables as well as the fishermen, do I, I know the phases of the moon I know with a with a son is going to be and and off sunrise times to the minute. And so you know and I saved the wind direction, the declination of the sun, I follow all these things on websites and you know look at these things. I plan off my my week ahead looking at the weather reports so yeah you become much more attuned to the natural world as well. You're not you know when you're going around in a car or a train birth Are aloof, you're you're behind glass, you're in a cocoon on a bicycle, You're vulnerable, you're out there and, and for good and bad. But yeah. So you took a much more tuned to to Nature. I think was Hemingway wrote when it from one of his dispatches in France and in the World War Two because he was getting around on a bicycle, a fair bit, he said in a bar, or the way you come to understand the Contours of the land, and as you were just saying you, you'd notice when that when the, when the wind dies down or the, he'll fix up a little bit, you know, you wouldn't notice in a car, maybe a little gray, but you do notice it on the bicycle, whether you gently going downhill and picking up pace about work, or whether you having to dig a little bit more and move along. So, the other Contours the whole package, a comedy of the world becomes becomes real. I mean, you it's real sense of genuine travel on this project has gone beyond the publication of the first feature. I mean, you're still getting up at 3 in New Jersey. And studying the some set time, was the sunrise time. Sorry. And you know, the weather forecasts to make sure that you're going to get good conditions for photographing them Escape. Is this something that you could see yourself doing a bit further afield? Yes, yes. I absolutely could. I'm thinking about, I've cycled a fair wage in in Britain around the world actually but I think Brittany particularly lends itself to something you have these lovely little Lanes which I just you know it lend themselves to get mantis eyes cycling in this is what site Britney's? Recycling began really proper. You know, Master Ali, inventing the safety bicycle in eighteen eighty-five. This is you know we're at all happy. But yeah, there's there's some other places, you know, thinking of our cycle through Wales and loved it. I do a lot of cycling in orkney on another assignment for Geographic, where I brought my bicycle off. There's lots of little Parts. I can certainly see myself going further afield. The same time, you know? It's like I say about going into a river. You're never in the same river twice. I go out on the marsh in the morning and it's never the same two days in a row. So, there's always something to discover. I was up in a little, a little village up in the wheels, a little lane near a village last week. And there was these thick ground Mist in the hollows when just when the sun was coming over the ridge line. And this this really diffuse Golden Light coming through the Mists illuminated. This this particular curve and I have a shooting it and it was, it became a place I'd never seen before. I looked at the images laid off and it was unlike I mean I've written down this road was a little lame many times when it was a new place. It was brand-new. I never seen anything like it before. And you know, I I won't see that again. Wage They'll be other things that will come along so that, you know, in case of continual renewal. Um, so there's still much too much to explore here in my little pocket of Sussex. But yes, I'm thinking of further afield, when it came to, putting the feature together for the New York Times, were you in complete control of the photographs that got chosen for that particular feature. And, and how did you go about selecting the one that it would tell the story that you wanted to tell? Well, there were really wonderful to work with the, the editor and the layout person they're fabulous torbet. They wanted a large selection. And after 14, months of doing this daily, I have a large selection, I sent them. I think about a hundred and fifty images and I was quite flattered who made the editor home contact. Me and said well you really have really having a hard time picking them. We've got a lot more we want to use and and she had a selection that that she wanted and she understood dead. Intuitively when I was doing I had you know I mean when I was shooting the Panama had people, it was for them. I shot. So I knew them already really liked, really liked and respected their work. So yeah. It was it was a very, very good, very wonderful collaborative experience. Yeah. Great people to work with. I mean, it's interesting to me because often we don't appreciate the things that are right off the nurses. I know the the Hastings and st. Leonards Observer, if it's still going and an apologies, if it's still going as it's still going. Yeah, rough. That's the paper. I remember from when I was down here, it's not a bulb in a local paper would publish about its own local environment, in a funny way. And yet, here we have the global brand of the New York Times, taking an interest, in this little corner of England. I I I joked when we were out riding, you know, is this going to lead to an influx of of tourists from New York? When when the world does open up fully to tourism and travel just it strikes me as quite funny them. And we don't appreciate the things that are right under our nose. Yeah, I think that, that that's probably true. I I've spoken to people in the same. Well, yeah. What's a shooting in? You know, you've written every single Lane around here. What more could you possibly want? And I'm thinking, oh gosh, no, there's there's so much yet. You know that I haven't done. And I keep finding, you know, more even on the Marsh Road, which I've written. Countless literally countless times the other day. I found a new, a new spot and I think, well, why didn't I notice this before? But, you know, sometimes it just takes the right fall of light, but no, there is so much to to explore in. And, yes, people don't realize what you know, what is right in front of them. And so, yeah, I've heard I've heard a lot of people that are saying, they never knew that Hastings. Saint, Leonard's looked like this orb exhaled looked like this, but it off, someone was telling me, she looks like it's on the Mediterranean. Well, some days, it does some days, it doesn't but, you know, on a good day. Yeah, and that's it. I, I look, you know, home, Plan to be places to get the shot that I want. Again, the one of the shots I made it looked very meta back. He'll look, very Mediterranean was a shot. I took of old shelters set against the dazzling blue sky and blue sea, and you have this is white, Victorian shelter and blue sky, and yes, it does bright light. I've waited long till mid more into a much higher mid-morning. For me is like, 7:30 but you know, until they went to the sun was up high enough. So I had this this, this bright flat light bulbs and you know so yeah you had this, this this Mediterranean look, there's a corner in st. Leonard's on the seafront, I'm a big, Edward Hopper fan off, American realist, painter from the, you know, and his famous painting Nighthawks. You know, you might be familiar with it within Cafe lit up on the corner. There's a, there's no little dog. Corner on the London, Road coming down to Grand parade when there was a shop developers. It was after I was just the night lights in the shop. I was riding by my gosh, that's Nighthawks. So, you're set up the camera alarm. I have myself riding through a tank and I'm not an exact date obviously, but you know, you can look at it and you instantly know the painting. I'm referring to. So, yeah. And people do on different from birth, to patch, to be fair. I have neither until I started really looking around myself. When you're on a bicycle, which is, you know, brings you into the, you know, intimately involved surroundings and you add that to a photographer's eye to that. And and, you know, things associations and things come alive that you you never see even on a bicycle rack. Yeah, I saw this and again, that was the thing where it took me half a dozen visits to that corner on different days to get. And, you know, I don't know how many shots are going to take takes and then dead. Different angles, moving the camera up down sideways. Looking for just the right light in the right day, I come home and I look at the show me, it took at least six months to visit for that corner, to get the one shot in a week's time. I'm heading off to Scotland to ride around the country. And while we don't have the luxury to slow down entirely because we've got to reach a certain point at the end of each day and there will be, I think an attitude change a shift in my mindset. It's not the type of cycling. I've done an awful lot because I've never bought a luxury of being able to just go off for the best part of the fortnite and ride point-to-point every day. Any tips on how to kind of slow my mind down and and make the most of it. I just keep my eyes open what I think it's just a love of your surroundings. I mean, just looking for, I love light, I love color. So I I'm looking for that autumn off. Cleveland. I'm on them out there. And, and just looking at the way things, you know, come together, just be aware of the small things, you know, the, the dewdrops on a spiderweb. When you're going by the sound of the cat among the grass, you you, you know that they the landscape becomes can become alive for you. Not just the Country Landscape but they, that they the rural landscape. I mean, the again, I am, I saw Nighthawks out of out of, you know, what was it, a dead corner, you know, I guess it's a question of, just letting your mind letting mind run, one, free and, and exercising your imagination along with your legs. That's I guess that's the thing movie. Ankle work and the imagination. Same time. Rough but sounds like the perfect note to end on. I've really enjoyed our ride along the coast and I've often enjoyed. Even more listening to you, talk about your, I was going to say your work, but it's not really work. It it's it's more of a application I guess. It's it's it's become my job. I've treated it very much as a job being. I mean, I had no other paying work, but I did treat this as a job. I mean, I'm up at 3:00 in the morning. I come back. I say, oh then recharged my headlight. My back tail light, my camera battery, I sit down, I edit photos for several hours and then, you know, take a nap in the afternoon because I'm absolutely shattered. I hope you enjoyed listening to Roth, as much as I did in a way, his was the ultimate lockdown project and I was inspired by the way. He has sought to capture the ever-changing, look too familiar surroundings while back to his home for more than a year. The world's beginning to open up a bit now, which allows Simon Gil, and I, to embark on our trip to Scotland for Explorer next week. I'm really excited because I've never done a ride like this before wage, I've done training camps, lasting seven or ten days, but on those you set off and return to the same place each day, I've done short, two or three-day bikepacking trips. But I've never experienced this sort of Journey where the road stretching out in front of us, for the best part of a fortnight, and all being well. We won't cover the same bit of road twice. I'm looking forward to it, immensely. And, as I said at the start, the story of the Tour, de course, will be broadcasting, a 84 Explorer and I hope that you'll tune in. Now, if football is not your thing, don't be put off. We're not going to be talking about offside decisions and Diamond, formations. The point of the trip is to see Scotland the familiar. Apart and the less familiar in all its Glory. So it will be more of a travelogue than an episode of match of the day. This has been an episode of Explorer by the cycling podcast. The producer was Will Jones.

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Ep 138. In The Beginning

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Ep 138. In The Beginning

"It's Tracy and Noel. They're gonna make you LOL on any day, Beyoncé, trash dog. Hello and welcome to 90 day fiance. Trash talk. This is episode 138. I'm your host, comedian Tracy Cornell joined by my co host, Noel, winters, hers. Hi, hello, Tracy. Hi, we're here to talk about the other way season three. Episode three. But before we get into the episode, I just want to let you guys know that we have amazing bonus content over at Patreon dot com slash trash talk podcast. Also, if you would like the podcast as soon as the show airs a day after usually two days after, make sure you go over to Patreon dot com slash trash talk podcast and join our elite level, which is where you get the podcast way before everyone else. It's where you get all the meat. That's where you get the meat. It's really the meat store. That's where you get the mots. That is where you get all the stuff. I am happy to be in the other way. I thought I was going to be very bored by Jenny's to me. I am thrilled with them. The thing is, this was a very good episode for Jenny and to me. I thought I would be very unhappy as well watching the other way. But I don't hate it. I really, I'm not hating watching this. It's better than whatever happily ever after was last season. For sure. So actually, let's hit the ground running with Jenny and to me. I'm running. So the B roll is that they're making non. I love naan. Yeah, at least it's not stray dogs this time. Right. Or like, you know, monkeys on cars. Right. Eating fish. Yeah. It's like, oh, okay, good. That sounds good. So, you know, they open up to me is chanting Hari Rama. Harry Krishna. He's teaching her the chant. See, this is cute. And this is how you see they actually really do like each other. Yeah, well, because you wouldn't let anyone chant you. You weren't in love with. No, but you know, like they're holding hands. They're smiling at each other. It was a very cute moment. Okay, I have decided something. Yeah. I would like when I start my religion. I would like people to chant Tracy carnazzo trixie to zini. That's hard. I mean, are you devoted? Lower your name. Lower it. Taller. Chase, racy. Tracy, C, Krishna, Krishna, Trey, seat. No, no Christian. Tracy, Tracy. Carnaval carnazzo Cornell. So trixie to zini trixie to ziti Tracy's Tracy. Yeah. Oh, you want it, you want the. When I saw it drawn out. Okay. I want a song. Okay. So they go to the iskon temple. It looks so nice. It looks so cool. It really did. I love it. I like the outfits. I like the outfits. I love the washing the feet before going into. Love the washing the feet. I wish that there was some kind of exfoliation though. I mean, listen, I wish there was a moat around my house that people could bathe in before they came, but also they're all going in the same little footbath. Someone's going to get a fungus. Maybe it drains and then refills. And sterilizes the only way that you can sterilize a foot bath is if it's stainless steel and you bleach it. Maybe they bleach it. Is it stainless steel? No. Okay, well, that's not going to happen because it's porous. Maybe it gets absorbed. Maybe the bleach absorbs into the pores. No, so does the bacteria. Listen, I get pedicures in the wall. Oh no, no, listen, I get it, but I like the idea of it. Someone's gonna get a wart. Someone's gonna get athlete's foot. Award, athlete's foot and a fungus. Warts. I have that thing on my finger very much hurts. Okay, it's not a ward. It's a bug bite. Okay, or that. Yeah. That's what that is what's happening. We're going to get a bug bite on your foot if you go in this foot bath. Okay. I don't want that. Well, he wants to go in alone because he's like, you have to go in alone so that I don't influence you. I'm going to tell you that. Every time we go somewhere, I don't want to go. But honestly, maybe that's a good idea. You influenced me a little too much when next time we have to go drop off Amazon returns to the UPS store. I'm going to be like, you know what, Noel? I think you should go in alone. I think you did that to me last time with Staples. I did. You should go in a lot. I don't want to influence you to buy any extra stationary. It's true. I think you should go to the motor vehicle alone the DMV. Oh, yuck. I don't want to influence you to get an extra driver's license. Oh, thank you for not influencing me for that. Yes. So there's also no masks inside. No one's got the mask, and they're chanting, which is spreading germs like crazy. I know. I know, it's pretty crazy. It's like you forget what's going on. It's a big chanting is really like just putting COVID into the air. Yeah, they're putting Krishna and COVID in the air. So they have these beads. There's a 108 beads. It's like their version of a roast rosary beef. Exactly. But they're chanting, and she doesn't know the lyrics. Here's the thing. She knew it was to me. So I think she just like, okay, but not a 108 times. You have to really switch it up. I know. You have to really, that's the thing they switch it up on you. It's like Krishna. How are you, Krishna? Yeah. Tracy carnazzo. Trixie trixie. They should give her the lyrics, print it out. I guess. I don't know. I just think after a while, you get used to it. I could see where it would be like relaxing. We could try it if you want. I don't wanna chant your name for a 108 times. How do you know I was gonna make you do my name? What were you gonna make me say? Harry Krishna, Hershey bar Hershey bar. Hershey bar cheese. Hershey bar cheese. Hershey bar Pepsi. Well, I'm glad that we know now what you worship. Yeah. You're not wrong. So she finishes and she goes my throat is so dry. Yeah, of course. And she goes, they go, how do you feel? And she goes, I feel the vibration. And they're like, yes, that is Harry Krishna. He's inside of you. Okay. I think it's more you were yelling. And singing for a 108 beads. How long do you think that took? That's what I was wondering. I feel like that was taken a long ass time. Yeah, but how many Harry's on each bead? It's the full chance on each bead. How long's the chance? I don't know, 15 seconds, maybe, 20 seconds. Okay, so let's do the math, Noel. I can't. I'm going to. My brain doesn't work that way. Well, I have a calculator on my telephone. I don't have that. Because I know. Times a 108, that's 16 hundred seconds. Divided by 60. It's 27 minutes. I mean, that's a long time to change straight through. It's like singing November rain four times. Well, that's actually here. Watching the video twice. It's one episode of Friends, barely. Yeah, that's true. That is true. You could chant the whole episode of Friends. I could see where it would clear your mind. Because you can't think about anything else at this point. Because you're like, I don't know the lyrics. You got to keep up. You gotta think about your Harry's and your Krishna's. And your Rama's who's Rama. I don't, that's the thing I don't know. Yeah. The ladies are very nice. Super nice. They're also trying to get her to join a cult. No, I know. They're so nice. They're so pretty. I just feel like, but I also feel like of course it was set up because one of them was sitting on two cushions. And she happened to have one for Jenny. Oh, yeah. You're here. She moved the Christian for her, yeah. And I was like, oh, they know. It has to be set up 'cause there's cameras. Why does no one think about this? Me, no, well, I don't think about it. It's like, she doesn't have a body cam on. It ruins the illusion for me, you know? Well, I'm sorry that I ruined it, but there is a whole entire camera crew. I know it just ruins it for me. I feel like, oh, Jenny's here with 8 camera crew men. Can't believe it. Hello. So they tell her to chant about her relationship. Right. That's like when you tell me to cry about it. I do tell you to cry about it. It's good. Yeah. You're just like cleanse, cry. Quiet out. Have you cry today? Noel. Get upstairs and cry. Cry it out. I tell all my Friends that. You do, all the time. You're like, you're like, I already cry three times today. Sorry, guys. Got you beat. I'm good. I need another case of tissues. Because go actually BJ says the puffs plus. I was on the phone with you in the aisle looking for the exact ones that you need. I need the ones with lotion, or also chase my nose. Yes. Very sensitive Sally. I do. I have a sensitive nose. You know what? You get a cold or a runny nose and try to use Kleenex. It's like razor blades. I might as well just scrape this, not off my nose with a butter knife. I'll use Scott's toilet paper. You're gonna blow your nose into your hands. Yesterday we were in whole foods. And I'm like Tracy, do you need chicken? You're like, it's not organic. I'm fine. Well, because whole foods really scams you, because you would think that that's where you can get organic. You're right though. But no, because they want you to buy the whole foods brand of organic chicken. No thanks. Oh, that actually makes sense. I need the belen Evans brand of organic chicken. I don't know where the whole foods farm is. Okay, I don't know where the whole food's far is either. Just saying. All right, so she meets with a preach. Right. She's talking to the priest. And I don't know if this is because I have some sensory issues. There is a ringing going on in the background while she's talking to this priest. Where I thought I was going to bleed from my ears. I didn't even notice. I would love for you guys to go back and watch the scene. And you know what's so crazy is I want you to me. I rewatched this episode 35 times. I watched this while I was getting ready yesterday and then after the shower and then again last night. And I didn't notice. No, well, this scene, I'm still not okay. Just because the noise in the background is like this. Maybe it was just this high pitched noise that only traces could hear or like a dog whistle. Yeah. There was a Tracy whistle going on in the background. I couldn't believe that I had to try to listen to what they were saying as my brain was bleeding. Do you think someone was playing like a min instrument? They were doing a ring. They were doing either a bell or maybe one of those bad things. It looks like a mortar and pestle. Yes, like the pot? Yes. I don't know what that does, but yes. It's supposed to give like a calming aura. Oh, yeah. It makes me not well. Yeah. You shouldn't like background noise. Guys, when you come over, I don't even have music playing in the back. I mean, you could actually be playing and that's all I could hear. I can't hear you talk to them. You can't hear dual. You can't hear two things. I don't have two channels. I know you don't. I could have vacuum and talk to you. You'd be like, my head's gonna explode. I can't even wash my hands and talk to someone because the running water. Blacks me out. I'm not kidding. Have you ever tried to talk to me while I was doing something else? Yeah. I don't hear you. You just don't hear me. I know just don't. I love when I go into a store and the checkout person has a mask on and they're behind a plexiglass window, and there's music on and they're talking to me. Try doing it. Try going to dunk donuts on crossbow boulevard. That's what it's like. I have no clue. They get the whole order wrong because nobody can hear anybody. No one can hear anyone. This is why every place should be like Panera, not taste like Panera, but they should be like Panera with the little ordering on the iPad. That's such a good idea, though. Thank you. It's like putting your own order. Thank you so much. Right, wawa, originated that, I think. Put in your own order and then check out yourself and no one works here, except for you. Okay, I like that. But I don't want to work there. I don't want to do self checking. Listen, if you guys want to hear more about how I feel about self checkout, make sure you join the Patreon at Patreon dot com slash trash talk podcast because I will tell you everything I feel about everything. Oh, no, she's not lying, you know? So this guy, this priest told Jenny that Krishna, Harry now, when I say Harry yeah, I know it's HAR E, but I think of it as HARRY. So why always? Yeah, like Harry Styles. Like my lemon tree outside his name is Harry. Exactly. Oh, maybe you should spell your lemon tree's name he. Oh, I like that. Okay, good. I like that. Okay. Harry Christina, maybe. That's cute. Okay, good. Krishna is going to change sumi's family's mind, especially his mom. Okay, but that's the thing. So this is where it gets a little culty for me. Okay, and then she goes, what's the catch? What do I have to give up? And he says, this is a, quote, ready? You don't have to give up anything. In the beginning, famous words. What? Yeah, what does that mean in the beginning? Why doesn't she ask? Because she's not smart. She's just not. Oh, wow. Yeah, it's really weird. I feel like she's so excited about this. And like, yeah, it's like she drank the Kool-Aid. She just did. Well, she drank the Kool-Aid very specifically because she knows that this guy is not going to. Right. But suddenly, though, she was there. And she's like, this is wonderful. And then I think as soon as she finds out, she can't do it. She's like, I don't want to be a Harry Krishna. Okay, so here's the thing, right? Yeah. Harry Krishna rules. They are vegetarians. They renounce the use of alcohol and drugs. Sex is allowed only for procreation within marriage. That I know, male devotees shave their head, leaving only a small tuft of hair called a sign of surrender to their teacher. What? Yeah, that's a lot of stuff to give up. All the guys in the train station are bald with like a little ponytail with a little puff. The other thing is, I just feel like why isn't oh, I guess because he's not a devotee. I don't think he's a devotee of whatever sherbs him. He's an opportunist. That's all. He really is. Maybe he was raised a hare Krishna? I don't know. So. Well, he says when he was little, Hari Krishna was like a superhero. So it's like, is that if you're say he was Hindu is that what you think you think of Hari Krishna? I don't know. I don't know how I don't know really much about the religion. I don't think so. Yeah. I don't know. So she asked about she's like, oh, so anyway, she's like, no, I'm super into this religion. I love it. I love Harry. He's been so good to me and my family. But since I'm such a good Harry guy, right. I need a Visa. I need a Visa, and he's like, oh, okay, cool. He's like, you have to work here all day long. For three, 5 or ten years, probably? Right. And that's still a maybe. Yeah, and that's a maybe. And it's like, but what did she expect exactly? I think that because that immigration lawyer was like, oh, we'll just say that you're a Harry Krishna devotee. I know, but I just feel like it's like an MLM. You have to get people on your upline. You know? Right. Yeah, you do. Yeah. Yeah. So she tells to me the bad news. Yeah. And he says, this is another quote. That was the only thing to keep Jenny here. Well, he says he says outright, he's not gonna choose marrying her over his parents. It's not gonna happen. You're me. That's not what you said, though. That's not what he said. That's the thing he lured her under false pretenses so many times. He is a liar. Yeah, he is, but he's been a liar. Well, nothing new. I don't like this. Me neither. Since you're listening to the show, I think it's safe to say that you love listening to podcasts. Well, you'll find a ton of binge worthy podcasts, including ours on Amazon music. 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Yeah, she does. That was really nice. Then, so not an opinion. Ariella and Leandro are together and they hug, and she says, I always knew we were going to end up together. What? What does that mean though? Together in my house with my fiance and my baby because I'd say you're not together now. Her being pregnant changed everything. And that's all that changed anything. Well, that's the thing. She left him and she met another guy. She was rebounding with Benjamin. That's really what happened. And she's still in love with her husband. Yes. So now there's a big rainstorm. And binium and Leandro go to the gym. And okay, I don't like Leandro, but I do like how he plays along with binium. Bingham takes him into this broken down room. Right. Kids mats on the floor that toddlers play on in day care. He said he likes it. And Leon was like, yeah, that's what I'm talking about. This is great. Right. It's like, oh, that's nice. Like it was a state of the art gym. Yeah, very cute. He's like, I love primary colors. I don't like Leon Jo's energy. I just don't. Absolutely not. So he wants to ask about New Jersey. This is what Biden wants to ask about. Yes. So they do a little boxing. They do a little training, some, you know, and then all of a sudden, he is choking out Leandro. He's like, he's really choking him too. But he taps out like three times. Yeah, no, he just kept doing it. I'm sorry, I couldn't hear you over the screaming. He was like, I'm sorry, I was just really into it. He said, he can't control himself when he's training for boxing. What? Yeah, I don't know. Maybe you have a little bit of anger issues. He said that ariella begged him to come to Ethiopia because she's lonely and homesick. Right, and she's in love with him. Great. So Benjamin is like, did you guys do sex in New Jersey? And he goes, don't worry. I like that he's like, what I can't hear you. He's like, explain, I don't have to say I'm sorry, I just don't happen. I think there was a bell ringing in the background. Right, uh huh. And I couldn't, what was that? My mom's calling. I can't. Repeat the question one more time, because I'm not sure that I heard it right now. I don't want to. And he's like, you have nothing to worry about. And I would feel like that's not an answer. He said, don't worry, you have nothing to worry about. That's not an answer. So binion comes home and she's like pretending to try to make the bed. She can't make the bed. Right. She's like, oh, no, I was trying to impress you with my bed making skills. You can't? You can't just wave out a blanket and make it flat on a bell. No. Okay. So now, you see ariella in the confessional. Brand new face. Brand new face Hooters. What is that? What is that? It's bad. But they go back and forth from her old face to her new face. Neither face is good. One is different than the other. They're very different from each other. Yes. I honestly can't tell exactly what is different, but it's not that it's almost like everything is different. Guys, make sure you go to 90 day fiance trash talk on Facebook, go into our group. I want to know what kind of work she got done. Me too. She has so many different faces. She does the many faces of ariella, yes. She definitely has a few. Binium tells her that he asked Leandro about New Jersey. Right. Okay. But then he says that he took it, I guess his Leandro saying they didn't sleep together. Yeah, well, that's not how I took it. That's not how I took it. Actually, I took it as then they did sleep together. Sure. So now they're going to have dinner. Yes. It's pouring out. Yes. And she's like, yeah, Benjamin really created awkwardness. Oh, binium created the awkwardness. Okay, cool. So you know what? He's like, CheckMate, I brought my ex-girlfriend is coming. Which is so funny. It's so see through why he's doing this, but it's so cute. It's also amazing. So they were together for 5 years. Like in a serious relationship. Yes. Ariel was like, he just invited his ex to get revenge. Okay, maybe he did. Yeah, you get to bring your ex? Why can I bring my ex? Right, why can't everyone bring their acts? Maybe you could hook the X's up. Leandra wants to know why they're together. He wants to know why they're not why they're not even him. I mean, it's true because he's never spoken about it. We don't know. And they're like, oh, you know, Ariel is like, did he cheat on you? And she's like, well, I don't know Seth. She took a cue from Leandro. Yeah. I don't. Is that Jersey? Don't worry about it. You have no chance to worry about it. You have nothing to worry about. Ariella wants to know too. It's very uncomfortable. Okay, that's the thing. It was so uncomfortable. It's like, I don't want to be here myself. It was just weird. It's very, very odd. Right. No. So he met his ex. Yeah. Yeah, that's basically what happened. He met his ex and the one from America, and he that's kind of he thought they were on a break, like Ross and Rachel. Yes. He's like, I don't know what happened. You know, she hadn't called me in like two hours. And I was like, probably broke it up, right? I mean, while she's like, that she found out by seeing them holding hands. So maybe feel terrible. That's not terrible. No, that's so mean. That is very, very not good. I did not like that. Yeah, I didn't like it. Binium has a lot of goals in his life. Yes, he does. And a lot of them are, you know, about his fitness and health. And when it comes to being healthy, there's a lot of pressure out there to label foods like good or bad. That's true. But that just creates unnecessary dilemmas. Noom is here to change how we see food. What a psychology based approach that looks at what you eat, but also how you eat. Instead of making you feel guilt or regret, I love that. Noom empowers you to keep going. 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Start building better habits for healthier long-term results sign up for your trial at noom dot com slash trash talk. That's noom NO OM dot com. Slash trash talk. All right. All right, let's move on to Ellie and Victor. Okay. I think I like hate them the most. You like hate them? Yeah. Really? Yeah, I like to hate them the most. Okay, well, I do, I will say out of all of them, I think maybe it's kind of like the real story line because it's the newest. Yeah, but it's just it's new to us. I guess the thing is with this, I just felt like it was that her whole thing during the whole episode was all. She just kept saying the same thing over and over again. That's kind of what bugs me about this episode. Yeah. But I'm just saying in general, it's like these are this is like hello. He is. People thought it would be like Alina and Stephen. Stephen would be so easy to hate. It's Ellie and Victor, are way more fun to watch. They're more fun to hate. Yeah, I agree. All right, so there's a storm. It turns into a category 5 hurricane overnight. That's so scary. The phones go out. At midnight, he said that he was heading to a shelter with his sister to a neighborhood called bottom house. Yeah, that doesn't sound terrifying. That sounds like a gay bar. No. It actually really does. Yeah, it does. Oh my God, are people gonna start stealing my idea and start opening gay bars called bottom house? That's a really good idea like black house bottom house, you know? That oh, wow, I see it when I heard bottom house. I was thinking like it was something underground. Oh, maybe that's a good man, but that's not what I heard. Okay, that's not what you heard, I know. And then she goes to sleep. Yeah, no big deal. Also, her kitchen, what a wreck. What a rack. No, well, you can not have open shelving if that's how you're going to keep it. That's the problem. There's so much stuff. I mean, nothing is organized. You really love spices, though. She should tell us about this. Listen, I love spicy too, but come on, girl. That's a lot. Yeah, but she travels with her cinnamon. She is the world traveled cinnamon traveler. Maybe she's a cinnamon dealer. She might be a cinnamon dealer. She deals in sticks. Now she's crying, right? A lot of crying. She loves crying. She does love crying. She loves worrying like this. Yes. This is like her favorite and I gotta tell you, I also like worrying. Tracy, you would fit into it right now. So good, but also, but the thing about me is on the other end of that is I don't care. Well, that's I think you wouldn't really care what happened to him, but you would be like, my man is missing. Victor is dead maybe. You have all your friends over to tell them. I was just gonna say that. Yeah. But I would care 0%. No, and then when you found out he was okay, you'd be like, all right. All right. Do I really have to go in there now? Now I have to go there. Wouldn't it be a better story if he just got washed away? Everyone in her life has been washed away. No, I know, but for me, that's what I would. Yes, I agree. I would love to have a pretend boyfriend that pretend dies. That is very, that would be very good for you. Because then I never have to see them. Yeah, that is perfect for you. And then I'd be like, we were really in love. We were about to get married the next day. Like farrow and daddy Derek. Then he got hit by a pirate ship. And then that was it. He was see forever. I mean, I don't know. I'll never stop looking, you know. I've been scuba diving. Pie took all these lessons just to find him. I mean, listen. Is it just snorkeling? Yeah, but I just feel like he'd probably be closer to the surface, you know? Yes. I mean, listen, am I only snorkeling in a pool? Yes. Yes. But you never know. You never know where you never know. You never know. Lot of water out there. So he said that he was at his he was at his other sister's house. This is what she says. She was at his other sister's house. Sisters, does this guy have? I think a few. I think he was living with one of his sisters a few months ago. I think so, too. I thought she left the island though. Yeah, she left the island. He banished her. Sure. He said, quote, our poor little house. I hope nothing happened to it. I need more money. And then he smiles and you know like what in the cartoon when someone smiles and it goes ding. Or how the Grinch smiles from ear death. Yes. And then there's like a flash of like in their eye, the fleck in their eye, yes. He's like, I hope nothing happened to it. 'cause then we would need probably $10,000 to repair it. We would also rebuild. We won't have anywhere to live. I mean, I guess I could just go live with one of my sisters. All right, so her husband both of your parents and her friend dead all the way to that. Dead, all of them. Dead. Dead. Done. This is hurricane iota. Yes. But don't worry, guys, Baba is okay. Okay. Well, that's good. I'm happy about that. And she says, quote, there's no way to survive right now in providencia. Okay, but then let me ask you a question. Why does she need to fly out? Because. Okay. Okay. But why is her romi not telling her? Maybe don't go. It's like she's running into a burning building where no one is. Yeah, it's you're putting yourself in the situation purposely. She's going to the airport. Yes. And she says, quote, this is the first step of moving. So you're going on vacation? Yeah, she is going on vacation. She's left all of her spices, all of her spices. She didn't sell her house. She's still working part time shifts in the afternoons at the pizzeria. Yeah. She goes back and forth. She can be like she put she was saying she had to sell her stuff, but she didn't sell anything. She's like, I know, I just can't think about that right now, because Baba is in the eye of the storm. Babu O'Reilly. Baba is at the bottom of the ocean. Bye, Baba. She's not taking anything. He's homeless. So she's gonna fly to botha. Okay, why? That's a good part of trying I agree, but this is the part I'm trying to figure out, why? Why is she going? For what? She's gonna go try to find him. She's gonna yell. Yeah, she's gonna go for a swim looking for him, but he's not there. Okay, so that's the thing. And she can't get to the island because nobody can get to the island because he's not on the island question mark? I thought he was on the island. He was on the island and someone said, well, what if he got off an island? And she's like, there's been no way. Right. But she can't get to that island either. But she also says he's not on the island. Right. I don't understand. I don't understand what's happening. She needs to have some kind of tracking device in him. Okay, so she slice the Bogotá and her army is crying in the airport. Yes. And she said, him surviving. It was just such a miracle. I really shut her army. Sorry, I was so harsh. Your man had another girl. So now we're telling her the truth. Now everything's fine. He didn't cheat anymore because it washed away. The last day, the hurricane washed away his sins. I was just thinking this. Oh, I like that. I did. So she flies from Seattle to Dallas, lands that Dallas to Bogotá. And then she's gonna fly to the island of San Andreas in case he gets there. Okay, but that's what I don't understand. Being case part. You think I would waste my time 2021 doing this? Okay, but wait until he gets somewhere. Right, wait until he. Right, I don't understand. So she gets the San Andreas and 98% of provincia, providencia. Is destroyed. Yes. And so she texted him and he did not get it. Cool story. Right. Okay, you think there was going to be Wi-Fi towers? Around, you knew you couldn't, what? Yeah. So what is he supposed to do swim to San Andreas? I don't understand what she's doing there. It's like, she loves this. She loves this. Love it. Is Baba 2% of this island because 98% was destroyed. Yes. He is the two. Him and his sisters are the 2%. Him and astrid are the 2%. This is so confusing. I don't know. She seems like a very emotionally unhealthy person. She is a lost puppy. She's a wasp puppy. She needs some therapy Noel. You are right with this. There is literally nothing better for her than to use better help online counseling because she can use it in Seattle in Dallas. In San Andreas, in Bogotá. In The Rain. In the mud. In Spain. On the plane. Oh, I like it. I don't think you could use it on the plane. I'm not going to lie to you. I don't think you can use it on the plane either. The service is available for clients worldwide. This is licensed, professional counselors who are specialized in everything that you would ever need, better help us committed to facilitating great therapeutic matches. So they make it easy and free to change counselors if needed. You can video chat with your counselor. You can text with your counselor. And you could have a phone session with your counselor. It's so amazing. Anything that you share is confidential. It's professional affordable. So many people have been using better help. They're recruiting additional counselors in all 50 states. As a listener, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting better help dot com slash fiance. Join over 1 million people taking charge of their mental health. Again, that's better help. HELP dot com slash fiance, you could even talk about how hard it was to leave your spices at home. Oh, that's a good, that's a good subject. Okay. Moving on to Kenny and Armando. I have one line of note about them. Because nothing happens, his daughter Cassie is coming to visit. Yeah. So he's going to go pick her up from the airport. Right. And then she cries. And then she cries, and then Kenny said that he's been hiding a very big secret from Armando. Yeah, Betty's homesick. That he misses his kids. Yeah. He's like, I do. I told her that my kids were dead to me, but little does he know. I actually love them. I love them so much. Yeah, of course you love it because you're a single parent. You raise triplets. Of course you miss them. And you basically took care of your grandson also. Right. And Cassie said that she's trying to keep the family together. He feels guilty. Yada yada yada, there's a B roll of stray dogs. And it's like, oh, there it is. Okay, I can't watch an episode without seeing some stray dogs. Yeah, you're right. Thank God. All right, Evelyn and Corey, this is the most scripted I've ever seen in my life. Thank you for saying that because I'm watching this. And I'm like, no chance, no chances this real. Okay, so she's showing sisters. Her sister's wedding dresses. And then all of a sudden queries like, aha. I have a dirty David's bridal bag for you. And she's like, dirty, Davis, bridal bag. Let me see. And he's like, here's my sister's dirty rip prom dress because I can't afford a real wedding dress. I can only afford a $60,000 wedding that we're going to throw for ourselves on a volleyball court that I bought on a parking lot. On a square with sewage on a sewage square. We're going to have to take down the net, but I think that we can fit a lot of people in court. We could keep the net up and then we could have half of the ceremony. We can have the ceremony on one side. And then we have dinner on the other side. Okay, sounds good to me. Great. This is a joke. Okay, but none of this is real. I don't even know if her sister's really hate him to be honest. She says something very funny though. What'd she say? She says, quote, some cables and Cory's brain are not connected properly. She's not wrong. He is getting much more and more annoying. And she's just playing up the villain role. That's all it is. His voice. I don't like him much more than I don't like her. Okay, same. So she's going to go dress shopping with her sisters. Lesbian lipsy. Yeah. She tries on this dress that looks like curtains, that's the stupidest dress I've ever seen. Not only obviously it doesn't fit her, but it's just a stupid dress. Very bad dress. It's like a bed sheet, combines with a curtain. She should be holding like a candelabra. It's not. It's not even that nice. No, it's like, I don't know, I just feel like I think of like haunted mansion dead bride wearing something. But no, I mean, when I think of haunted mansion dead bright, I think of something elaborate and beautiful. Yeah, this is just not good. I think I like the prom dress brother. The prom dress would look better on her. Why didn't she try it on? Why didn't she try it on? Oh, I want her to try it on. 'cause I bet it would look so good on her. She's got a great body. Like that dress isn't even bad. It's not bad. I mean, I don't know. She also wants him to spend that money, honey. She does. If I'm gonna get married to this moron, he's gonna spend a lot of money on it. Why don't you get a house that has a kitchen on the inside? No, she likes to source she loves. She likes the rusted pots outside. Also, she doesn't want to marry Cory, because she doesn't want to be with him for the rest of her life. Right. And then she tells her sisters about Jenny and Perot. Yes, his girlfriend. He was introducing her husband. No, no, no, no. No, see the thing is. Okay. Something that you don't know 'cause you're not bilingual like I am. Okay, explain. Okay, let me explain to you. Okay, so and espanol. Yes. Navy. S and and girlfriend. Right. Okay. And espanol. Amiga as an English friend. Okay, navia E amiga sounds the same. She's trying to say I think she's trying to say in English it sounds the same. Like, you could be a girlfriend or a girlfriend. Like a girlfriend of female friend or girlfriend. Romantic friend. Yeah. Just very confusing, so I mean, listen, did he sleep with her and was his girlfriend? Yes, but that's not the point the point. That's not what he meant. It was lost in translation. Sure. Okay. So she has a secret. So the secret is number one, she doesn't want to marry him because she doesn't want to spend the rest of her life with him. And the other part of the secret is that she already married him. Okay, I have to tell you that caught me off guard. I'm like, they got married a year ago? So why are we doing this? Why are we then why then that's how you know this isn't real. What the hell is happening here? I thought she was going to say she was pregnant. I swear, I thought she was going to say she was part of it. Really? Yeah. I don't know. That's why she's forcing herself to get married or something. They got married at a port in Ecuador. Yeah, which is so it's like why are we doing this? It's right by the Galápagos Islands. Oh. It's important. It supports the problem who went to the Galapagos island. We do. It's a really beautiful Gaia quill. I think it's called. It looks nice. Yeah, it's very nice. That's where you get married to someone, especially when you know you don't want to marry them. And you don't want to be with them forever. Yes, you actually don't even respect them. Guess what? Evelyn. If you've already married Cory, then you can't get more married, right. So just do this one if you want the party. Right. That's what they or just have a party. Okay, well, let's talk about a real party. Steven and Alina. Okay. They're moving to Turkey tomorrow. I know it came by so fast. So now masha is Alina's friend. Meets up with Alina in her mom's furniture store. And Alina is like, oh, thank you so much for coming. And masha walks in and she closes the gates on her. Okay, she closes the gates to the dungeon downstairs. She's like, come downstairs. I have a proposition for you. Yeah. So mash is like, what's up alena? And she's like, have you ever seen Maury Povich? And she's like, what? I need you to be a sexy decoy. She's like sexy decoy Natasha, nastia, and nastia, NASCAR. And Julia are going to be so jealous that masha got picked as a sexy decoy. Well, the thing is he doesn't know who masha is. Why can't? Yeah. She create a fake profile and catfish him herself. That's what I don't understand. Are you a picture? How do you, you know what? I know that you should always trust your Friends, but how do you know your friend's not gonna be a scammer? But also just do it yourself, so you don't have to keep asking masha. What do you say? What do you say now? What do you say now? Yeah, it's weird. So stupid. I love these couches. The purple acid washed washed couch that they're sitting on. I need this couch. I know, it was super cute. Can I send away for it? Probably. You should write to Alina. Be like, tell me about this couch. Hello, Lena. Hello. I will be your sexy decoy. Thank you very much for asking. In return, I would like one purple acid wash couch sent to New York City. Do you know New York City? Thank you very much. Thank you. Masha, never did this kind of experiment before. Uh huh. I like it. Well, what's going on here? Tracy. So I'm looking at this. And I'm like, again, I don't know what's real and what's not real. Is this real? Is this really happening? There's so immature. That's the thing. And it's like, this is not the right way to do it. I doubt it. They're so amateur, but here's the thing. If they're doing it the day before you move to Turkey, you should have done this like a month ago. She's gonna write to him in Russian. Yeah. Right, so you don't think that that kind of gives something away. Now, the other thing is Eastern European women are always so business casual. Tracy, they are always business casual. It's like they're going to the office. They are ready for a job interview at the drop of a hat. They are. They're ready to make you an appointment. Their entire life is a job interview. It's true. So now he's packing, right on his end. And he's like, hey, mom. I want to eat some snacks. I want to go to the bathroom and brush my teeth. And she's like, well, get in the car instead. Right. But I like that. And they're like, okay, he's gonna be like, 'cause he's Steven. He said that he feels like a Phoenix rising from the fire. Okay, but it's like, I get it. He's like very silly, but I guess it bothers me because it just doesn't feel genuine. I don't have a moron. Yeah. Right. He's like a meathead, but without being a meathead. Without all the fun parts of the meathead. That's what he's missing. He's like a cheap. He's a cheese head. He's missing the fun meat. He really is. So annoying. All right, well, Noel, Tracy. Make sure, if you're listening to this podcast, you're giving us a 5 star rating. An amazing review. 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UFC 256 recap with Alonzo Menifield | MMA Roasted #584

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UFC 256 recap with Alonzo Menifield | MMA Roasted #584

"So why do you back already married and where you guys walk around this time once again for your favorite mixed martial arts podcast recording out of Los Angeles California off with Hunter that guy off Hey, welcome there Brenda and they roasted podcast me Adam Hunter here with grego Mara Wilson. You got short Circle between dog. How are you guys doing? What's going on guys? Great. I'm sure it's somebody I'm just chilling out waiting, you know mm. Wait until the new year get that box. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I hear you man. A lot of people got much thoughts were saying that we were going to take the vax and you know, I'm like bucket. Okay. I know you're not taking the facts right know primarily because they tell me I have to if they ask nice job might do it, but you're not going to tell me I have to do anything nobody. So who's telling you you have to like if they're making it government-mandated that you have to take it? That's why I keep hearing but they're not making a government-mandated wage. Have to take it. Yeah, then I'll just take my chances cuz I don't I don't trust anything that was pushed that fast to be healthy. Like I just don't I don't trust I'm sure that I find out some side effects. I'd rather be the first round of people that find that out than me and you're a guy that I mean the under was that about a lot of things. I never want to be the first part, you know, first related work out their issues first, right? Yeah, the bugs figured out, but this first level but I think it's fine to not be personal because I think that opens up I think you know, exactly people that want it died for people to do not suck at first and then you know, what made it all work I think because they can't figure out a system of how to prioritize this bullshit. Anyway, I think I think if they just said listen is voluntary if you want to you know ready to come and I think actually will separate into two groups of the of the of the wheels and walnuts and I think it's it'll be a pretty easy. Actually. The only thing I want to be first out is gangbang. I think that's probably absolutely absolutely or praying. Really. Yeah, I'm not doing that either if they tell me I have to listen here. You're going to fuck off those fourteen other guys. I'm going to shoot you in the face god dammit. If you were to ask me I said would have done it. But now I'm not doing it. I'm not sure. I know what character Greg was just doing there but it sounded exactly like what you would expect Agape to be saying that to sound like a stash makes life or anything nicely. I feel like you're the guy people always say nice thing. I mean, you're like six foot that's true. You're taught to order around if you're going to physically hurt you in person off. I think I told you guys this already but they'll be like even if the doctor like, sir. Do you have a mask? I'm saying No, thank you, and then I get confused and I've been telling them it's my way of protesting to support black lives matter is not wearing a mask off. So that I can we try to make me wear one. They're racist and then everybody backs off and maybe like oh you don't have to worry about I'm not race or something like okay cool. That's a pretty solid mind, man. That's a pretty solid Mind box. So know what happened what happened that maybe a racist the worst thing you could be. Obviously you probably shouldn't be racist but I would rather be racist in a pedophile like there seems to be more hatred toward racist than pedophiles or rapists murderers. Like I don't know like it's not a good thing, but I just don't know when it became the worst thing you could be. I think I think is the worst thing. It's just current it's the most current thing. I mean there was a time when the other whole priest thing was very much at the top of the list, you know, just cuz we've been focusing on this race thing cuz of you-know-who it doesn't make mean that the freezing things got away. It's just a matter of us getting past this new Cycles under the next thing a priest don't Girl Scout guys that it's coming back is a let me ask you a question Craig is the priest guy to see how the same voices the guy that's forced to do the gang bang. He's like you're going to you know, it's the way it's going to be there much smoother. I had therapy today, which is good work things out in therapy. Are you you guys have therapy you guys should be all of you. Everybody would be here. I was when I was younger I was going to say I agree we all should probably be in therapy, but I am I have been in there, but I'm not currently in therapy therapy session like Greg You know, you know, what was I feel like I got so much out in like the first couple of sessions that after that it was kind of diminishing returns. Have you ever felt like I was just going to keep going I felt like we had discussed all the big shift from my childhood. And you know, I was like, okay, thank you. You're validated a lot of what I've been feeling. I feel much better. I mean I still deal with those issues on the day, but I don't I just like diminishing returns of what I was doing in therapy. I felt like we kind of done the majority of the work. My therapy was fucked up dude. I was like you got molested. I was like ten ten eleven twelve and all my therapy consisted of was this dude like filming me playing with toys. So click the fuck. Am I doing here? What's going on? Oh my God. So what you said they thought you had Down syndrome. No. No, it's just some dude was videotaping me while I was playing with toys. I feel like you're not aware of what kind of therapy It Off. Like you told me talk sailor to get there like no, we're just trying to figure out if you're smart enough to qualify as a regular person, but it didn't help either blocks and they're like, okay, here's the evidence. He got six of them in the right holes. We gotta let him in at school. Yeah, I think what about you Sean? I went to church counselling probably I would say literally 30 to 35 times with 30 to 35 different marriage counselors because everytime me and my ex-wife would go they would tell her she was ninety-nine percent wrong and I was 99% off on everything and then she would say. Oh, that's because he's a man he agrees with you. So we went to like ten different guys, then we switched to a female and then the female said I was right she was wrong and then she's like, oh she's just in love with you would like so we end up going we're not going to like a seventy-five-year-old woman who was a Christian counselor super Christian lady very, Very like well spoken very just like your your grandma would be you know, and so we met with her for 30 minutes they call it. She said I just need to see you for ten minutes tomorrow Sean. I don't need to see you again. Jamie like to mileage wise and so she thought I was really going to get it from the lady when I came in the next day. So I would go into the next day go lady said she goes I sat here and listened to you talk for an hour or so. I just have one question for you. And I thought she was going to tell me how terrible person I am. And she said what the fuck are you doing married to that woman which was really surprising coming from a seventy-five-year-old woman saying the f word like that. That's a Christian counselor. She said I always counseled people to live life to work it out to try harder. She does. I cannot believe what you've set for like the things you told me yesterday or the worst things I've ever heard from a marriage. I was like, okay, so she told me to divorce her a Christian counselor say 5 a.m. To tell me I was crazy if I didn't divorce her and my wife and I would let me tell you something. You're one of those dudes. I see this all the time big nice guys, somehow get off. Then by these bitsy controlling women absolutely and and it's a it's a kind of its own car which they make you emotional responsible for that younger. Such a nice guys. They just keep reeling you in really helping to solve a friend of mine. It's always big nice guys get geeked up with these honestly fucking bitch has man yeah off and they live long time. Like, I don't know shield and they're always depressed always like you know that I love it off and finally he was like, yeah. Jesus said leave this bitch. You're right. Yeah, that's pretty much what it was. It was crazy. She said she said if you do not divorce her within five years she say your shoe, but she said a time she goes you're young you have money. You're good-looking. Your kids are just like four and one they're not going to remember. She goes within five years. She's going to divorce it. You're going to be broke. You're going to be older. You're not going to be as good looking girl. This stuff I was going to be and I'll be damned at 4 and 1/2 years later. I didn't catch her cheating on me and I was divorced broke everything. She said everything that counts were told me she said she's going to wait till the money Runs Out wage you're broke and then she's going to divorce you're likely to get she said you need to get out now and I was like, I can't do that to my kids and she's like you be doing him a favor and I'll be damned if she wasn't right. So handsome part right? I got better wage. Exactly. Yeah, and I had a couple therapy at her church, right? Cuz it was like free marriage counseling by the end of it off her priest would marry us like to Mario's. I that's why we had the grandmother like I thought it was like I was using this as an opportunity to test out your box and like trying out and I was doing things like fuck this guy going to church for like four years. Is that all this like stuff with the sheriff's like all like this like, you know Goodwill and they're like no, we're not doing this. We're not going to put our name attached to this and no way to find our own personal Mario's you like. We just want to spend a little time and you, you know, make sure that you know, you're just going to work out great. Yeah, we're not going to marry you imagine. Can you imagine if your wedding if they said if anyone knows why these two should be married if that priest jumped up and said I don't in dog years is any reason there's any reason why these two should not be married speak now or forever hold your peace. I would like to go on record at this moment so that I may, New Jersey. Should not be married. I counseled them. I discouraged this I said I didn't want to be here today. But here we are and now Adam placing the ring on her finger out of the church, but we haven't been back since they're like out of my hope you're more careful placing their way or finger. Then you were placing your cryptocurrency and that wallet wage go right ahead. Oh man took a little for the massage chair. That's awesome and shot it yesterday. I should have known my lines. I thought they could have a teleprompter and then he didn't and then the director who was great, but it was like it was like Hamlet he wrote that's a Word Perfect. You said give me line readings The Producers like stop getting it was crazy. But good part. I was I was in a massage chair getting a massage the whole time. I fucked up the line. I'd be longer in the chair. So I'm like this like I don't want to go home to my wife and kids yet. I'm going to fuck this up nine more times. It was the best. I'm getting a massage here. So that was that was awesome. Yeah. Anyway, I hope I booked a voice-over job not a major Animation Studio. That's all I got to say about that. But it's a one of the biggest good for you man. Thank you. So I can record that in January. I'm looking forward to it. Yeah. Well, let's talk about some MMA. I'm going to let our first guest to hear because he's canceled on me the last three times. He's actually didn't even show up to his own Zoom. So just the chair. Okay. When he finally came up. I told him to come at 1:30. He came a half an hour early, so I'm waiting the whole time. But so, you know like they say black people time. Five people times the real thing. He came 2 weeks later. That sounds right. How are you man? Took one of the best fighters on the planet. How are you man? I'm doing good man, you know just watching film. But yeah, the day is good. How are you? I'm doing good man. Happy holidays. Yeah. You got a big fight coming up January, right February twenty seven, February 27th. Who are you fighting? I think Williams nightlife? Yeah William nights William night, man. There you go. Obviously if you guys don't know Alonzo story we have on the podcast before he's a kid that him and his brother went to like 15 different group homes in L. But he was he was getting into fights. He get JV Juvenile Detention life was really bad for him and then a nice Christian from Nigeria wage. Guy a white Christian from Nigeria. No not black guy took him when you whitewashed his story off and like the movie. So he likes Tom Hanks plays into the Wimpy. Yeah. I became an amazing football star played college football almost made the pro make the arena league and then didn't let football won his first ten fights that are all knocked everybody out. I mean, he was knocked people out within seconds last time. They would go his way. The Deborah Clark is very close the other one o s p or awaiting that fight to you just got caught and now here we are. So what do we learn about the last fight? What what are we going? How are you? I know I know the last fight your wife got mad at you is cuz you weren't very hard. She said get your ass back in the gym, and you were yeah what's going on? Talk to me? Well, I mean I basically focus on those two areas which is strange condition conditioning and the skill sets. I didn't do a lot of skill training leading up to that fight club. So obsessed with the Devin Clark lost given at yeah, I got caught so I've been I've been working on not getting caught off a lot of a lot of skills a lot of sparring and yeah, it's going good. So far you think it was one of those things that seem like you were trying to not gas yourself out thought you weren't thrown in many punches. Sometimes I feel like we tried not to do something. It isn't the same as trying to do something. Yeah, right. I think me thinking not to gasp out with a I guess a major error in a fight for me cuz when I went in and grabbed him, I felt like, you know, I can take it to that world to grab them world, but I didn't engage in it and yep. Yeah, you know that that whole fire just felt strange in it. Like I was an amateur. I have my coach screaming at me or whatnot. But yeah, I don't know, you know a lot of a lot of things are going on. But you know good fight OSB did or had and those things are like you like you were not get everybody out so quickly. I mean in the LFA thought it was like you were just jabbing them and they were flying out of the cage, but you were not very experienced you only fall for like two years. Yeah. I probably too quickly to like the the sharks or cuz I know you you like deserve to be there you think maybe you could have had some easier fights in the UFC. I don't know man. They as far as easy or not easy. I don't know cuz you know given what happened you can get caught by anyone but that may I don't think it was he was like too too much of a shark. It definitely wasn't honour fighting always because he's been in the game so long. Yeah, but yeah, I guess you know giving out I don't know man how long it is what it is, you know, you got caught and passed the past. Fuck it. It happens. All right. Yeah. I'm moving on I moved on off course, you better move on you guys looking you're killing the game bro. You're in the bucket. You're in the Big Show. You're in the the hotwives you got six kids just six kids know for sure now grown away for kids. Yeah. I have three one on the way. So it will make for it's definitely okay. You said 4:00 on the way. I was like wait a minute log. You're having quadruplets barely have time for fighting more and more like four baby mamas. Rajni quadruples before different women having quadruplets guys, all these years. So Jake Paul said he offered fifty million dollars to fight for Conor McGregor fifty million and he made a video calling McGregor's wife of a four and and calling Dana White a pussy. Now if I'm McGregor, I take this fight all day. I mean, this is a nice easy work fifty million. I give give give ten millions a Dana for like letting them do it. What what are our thoughts about this fight? John Gregg. Oh, I don't really go ahead. I'll just say I don't I don't know that that big cardboard checkbox said $59 is actually a real check. So I would be surprised if he has fifty million to offer. It's probably more just getting his name out there, but I don't think anybody smart as the Paul Brothers obviously are actually took a delusional enough to think that they could beat someone like Conor McGregor. I mean that would be like a guy like being a really bad UFC fighter and then thinking he could turn it into a stand-up comedy career. I'll bring one in. Yeah, I think it's funny is, cool. So many levels off like like you were saying, I don't know if he asked 50 million, but it would be smart kind of was to take that and get paid actually that and beat him up. I think I don't think would be something everyone can enjoy them. Greg all right. Listen, is it stupid already involved Logan Paul fighting Mayweather? Yes. I mean, I feel like we're all just getting caught up in the Paul Brothers fucking dick measuring contest. Oh, you're going to find out whether I'm like, oh my God. Yeah, that's right, you know just insulting me and asked if I can do it. Come on, can we just only one I was kind of liking the kid after he knocked out. They Robinson. He came across kind of humble and polite. I'm like, you know, this guy's all right off. He makes that video in front of a Lamborghini in front of a mansion and I'm like, oh he's a dick head like fuck this guy. You know, it's I like this footage from the Looting and riots he put out there. That was pretty interesting. All right, so Nate Diaz responded saying, I don't think you're such a million. Hell. Yeah, you suck. It's you're going to get hurt. I'll fight you any day of the week. Now. Who do they does better against Paul? You think like Connor knocks out Paul and one round. It takes Nate three rounds to knock him out or you could both just destroying the box. I think they toy with him for as long as they want to enjoy slapping him. And then when they decide they're tired, they knock him out. It's not a contest. Yeah off Alonso. What was it like for you? Like the first time you walk up anime Jim? How did you do any good? You know when I walked into a real MMA gym. He threw me in there to spar like seven people and I was able to knock out two of them and then get billed by arrest. Yeah, They don't knock people out as far as Yeah, they said I mean you wear headgear what not and some some people fall. But yeah, they throw you in there and people are doing grappling and kicking you and I'm going crazy as far as calling Conners wife before you think he would over the line indeed you did wrong like yeah, I was sitting out a Hitman on him. But but I'm like, it's just a matter of like no one's going or horse choose one out for whatever. I don't know quadruplets. Okay. Go ahead Drew, please no wrong one. Don't say that. I just kidding. I'm kidding. I'm joking around we all know we were jokes. Just you know, I feel like live I feel like wives and kids and like out of the ship talk like once you cross that line that was the thing off. I don't recall computers wife a towel number. The woman had followed her head and are not a towel. It looked like a towel. It was a cloth overhead and and then and McGregor put out your wife's a towel and I think that was like the thing that really pissed me off like just certain things. You just don't you just don't fuk with you know, just but at the same time if if Connor said that they didn't Connor kind of leaves the door open then for this kind of yeah, I guess I think I think that was I think Connor deleted the tweet and I think that was the one thing he kind of knew he crossed the line, you know, especially with like Muslims like you don't fuk with like Muslim Fighters, like that's essentially like like should talk doesn't it's not should talk. It's just talk and then you're going to it's just being an asshole. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. Now let's talk about some of the fights over the weekend. Morale man. Miranda versus figuera. That was a fucking classic and can I just say remember on the show? I was I was I was dead the dead. This car is a pay-per-view and saying I wasn't going to buy it then of course, I bought it cuz I was like a board and it was one of the best cards, you know pay-per-view cards. I've seen it a wild man. I was actually off it'll grow on that one. Especially the headlining fight. It was fucking great fight. It was a great fight and like I mean Marano could take a shot. I mean cuz those those punches would have taken any doubt. He yeah, I like Mexican Fighters just like they just no quit in the guy that got no quit. I think that's what tripped Davison out. I couldn't I think Davis had could not believe he would still there has ever happened to be showing their punch. Somebody lied straight in the face and Kimberly. There was a sustaining know I usually getting punched in the face and couldn't believe I was still standing but I thought it was so bad. But I've always thought it was I've always thought it was weird man. Like like you had a hundred twenty five pounds champ like I often wonder like if they brag about like dude, I can beat anyone in the world who smaller than a dog Girlfriend like it's a weird. I think it's a weird thing to be the toughest man under a hundred twenty five pounds in the world. I guess a strange strange thing. I didn't get to see the fight because my satellite internet at my new house wage also doesn't allow me to get the ESPN plus order Pay-per-view on Dish so I didn't know what's going on so I didn't get to see it but I heard it was amazing. So Alonzo get so that's the fight manage the main card fight. That thing was some special. Yeah me I wasn't going to buy the car to either but yeah, I was at my son's birthday party at the end. It got very boring job in a month, right? So yeah getting through that. I bought the car and I I called I was excited. I was super super fun. Yeah. I mean I will say well I was like, I was watching the prelims and then like I was like a fucking I'm buying the car talking I'm off. Read me what knocked out in Covent. There's no one else is going to do. I mean I got no show to go to I'm fucking sitting here so fucken. I bought it you guys have winning the fight with who do you guys have winning the fight? I thought Davidson was going to win but I thought it would it would be earlier man by knockout know but as far as the decision, yeah, cuz it was a draw off like draws but in this particular case, especially with a fight deduction the point deduction I could see it being a draw. It was like I thought Davis in one three rounds right onto but because he got off the other one the low blow you give them the extra point. I didn't hate it. I hate to draw I thought the same thing once they took the point away, even when they were going to the cars. I'm like, I could just becoming a draw because of that. I mean I really did. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. What about you? What do you think? I mean at the time I had Moreno winning the fight, you know, this is a controversial decision. Cuz a lot of people have rental winning but it seems like more people I figure a tow winning I pick Moreno. I had a little bit of bias because I had some money on him but I you know, I saw that he would be a tough competitor for figueredo and I'm very much looking forward to the the rematch know if it's going to be the same kind of fire. I don't know if it's going to be one of the fight of the years but I think figueredo still probably going to be the favorite in that fight, but I'm really excited for it off. Yeah. I'm excited to now the fight that I was shocked was Tony Ferguson. Oh, yeah, that was couldn't believe that was sad College wrestler. I mean, I mean, I don't know if you I think it was a good All-American a c or D3. It is a good college wrestler and for him to get taken down over and over and over and over for a long time to get you guy. I mean by Olivera who's known for Jiu-Jitsu. I don't know. If Tony came in her or that first armbar was his arm was so fucked. He couldn't defend takedowns, but I was shocked I was shocked he didn't tap also cuz yeah, yeah, I mean that's happening like like my dick was crooked afterwards. That's how about oh my God why we jerking off during the plastic wage? I can't random things for cooking that for now Alonso. What's you did Tony is people saying the shell of his former self and I don't want to believe that he says, he's not none. What would you tell Tony? How would you direct Tony as far as his career? And what do you think of Ferguson right now? Well, I think Tony many needs to get around people and train cuz I hear he's training kind of like exclusively by himself or with a few people. So maybe he needs to mix it up with training pardons Partners. I don't know man. Maybe maybe that'll help them. Yeah. Yep. He looks like a covid-19 is affecting him cuz he looks different. So Sean your thoughts about Ferguson. Yeah, man. I actually did was able to watch that one back on our website, but it's I was shocked. He meant either Oliveira. Is that good or Tony is looking, you know like that bad. I was shocked that he kept getting taken down and control the way he was and he looked tired but normally never looks hot ever. You know, I never seen Tony little tired. Yeah. So if I may say, you know, you get old overnight and fighting and sometimes it just happens but could have been that day. She fights took a lot out of him or yeah. Yep bad, you know, just who knows when that case you fight was I mean that was the equivalent right on my car. You know, I mean that was bad news, man. So yeah, I just he definitely didn't like his former self. Yeah. I think I'll hear it's really really really good. I think he's really coming into his own actually Mister seven fight parlay, that would have paid be like Fifty to one on that Friday and I had one of one of my buddies told me Oliveira was going to beat Tony Ferguson. Do I'm telling you I'll be over skill and he's going to beat him and he bent the same parlay as me except that I live here and he had a fifty to one on it. So yeah, he told me yeah, I know the only that five bucks because I'm like, yeah, I have five hundred on that parlay so I watch my God and that's The House Always Wins. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I'm always bought a van as far as taking the the portrait the fight out of it was not even map but look at the the Pettis fight and you know, he's had so many wars this war after War the war god. You're right. I hate seeing Fighters get old overnight and I would definitely like give you another high-level fight, but if it doesn't win that, I would start saying hey man, like you had an amazing run amazing career, but it's just not what it was. What do you think? I should type next? Cuz a lot of people are saying Paul Felder is a fight. I think that's a decent fight. Both guys are you know older and they're sort of in the same position where they're they've lost a couple. So what do you guys think do you like the I think that's why they would suck. Exact likes no, no, no this point now he's going to eat like he did for Olivera. Like now he becomes the guy they're testing guys coming up on and I think it just like absolutely was about all of their being that much better off then Ferguson right now. Cuz I also agree that that gauge you should was still he was still wearing that he definitely looked like he was still not their back on her bed. And I think you'd given maybe like a video dariush right there same way class somebody like that 55, I mean something where it's like, yeah, maybe maybe they're coming off a couple of lanes, but I'm like if you can't I don't know. It's a tough call. It's a really tough call when you got a guy I mean, I mean we see it all the time, but when you guys fall that far, by the way, they're looking you're like, I don't know. I think you're really watch himself really tells himself make some money doing it. They should fight Jake Paul. Hi their their right to have that. I'm Not Dead. And I believe I get knocked out from the bottom damn was amazing. I mean, how much power do you have to have to knock someone out from your feet long? I got like Jacare it was insane. I was so impressed. I also think maybe jacare's chin is not what it was but at the same time, he's calling out Chimayo of man. I want us to good that would be so good know how good to my events because we've never struggle. He just ran through everybody. So, how is he doing guys? Got to Kevin Harlan. Do you train what Holland? Me. Yeah. No, I mean he's over there in Fort Worth. I went to a gym a few times with Luther or looter and yeah, he's good man, but I don't train what I trained the forest in May. We're getting holiday. I don't know you got a big mouth, but he's good faith Maya. I think he wins. I think you'd be so crap out of him. Actually. I agree. Why is that I mean cuz based on what I've heard about the gyms and them to Maya training, I think when he's he's compromised. He he goes like like a fish out of a wage order and you do have to Kevin Kevin doesn't care. He'll figure a way out. So with that said I think Kevin would win. Wow. All right. Okay. Now are you are you trading with like the black Bistro? He came to the gym, but I don't drink with him. I train with Kennedy Ryan some some pure wrestlers, you know, Uriah Hall I do. Yeah, he kicks too much money. Is he nice in the gym or is he like cuz he's always so nice as he always he just like what's up with that guy? He's not he is definitely not nice and the gym when he's in there and he's in fight while he's ready to fight. So you gotta bring you a James or he'll drop you especially with that liver liver shot wage. That sounds like no fun. It's all fun with especially with that liberals job. Yeah, he's got a job. So you see him beating Weidman in the rematch. Yeah, I see them doing that. Why men lost about five steps? No, right. That's fire. Got it. Got it. All right. Now what were your thoughts about the the fight? Okay. Well Kevin. Yeah, man. I thought that was pretty crazy man the way he whips and hit him off the ground but not exactly respond of Fame is he really out it all of a sudden he started pounding. I'm like, oh my goodness. Yeah, and that that she was exciting and scary at the same time for jaggery. But yeah, I thought it was a good fight you finished by Kevin now. What are your thoughts on Nate? Robinson's boxing skills? I think is I don't know. I don't think anything of it. Actually now, he doesn't even think about it. It's horrible job trainers have told them. Hey, man, you're not ready for this what they said told the man. You see that he's he's only offensive or rushed with a lead hand in his chain of I mean, it was awful. I felt like they should have stopped and when he got hit or dropped that first time but doing it for the culture. Now you being part of the culture. Did you feel like you lost cuz when Nate lost? Oh, no, I'm I'm a our coaches people. I'm mixed with everything man. I'm just dark on a darker side and I'm just on the lighter side right. It is what it is. So got it got it. Got it. I'll tell you who I can't believe one man, and I hope his parents raise his allowance with Chase Hooper valuable that kids hilarious a nice kid like but man like he was down two rounds. He kept going for submissions and he got it and then it got out of you know, I mean props for him and he beat a guy named whose name is slippery, Pete not that slippery. I mean, but I don't know. I just feel like Chase Hooper is going to have a tough time against people that are dead. Are going to know what he's going to do, but he takes damage to he takes shots, you know, as long as it's on the feet, he's going to be taking a lot of damage and it's kind of scary cuz he's so young. Actually after that fight after this whole card. I had a dream that I was watching a Chase super fight and he got punched so hard that his neck like broke. I like a forty-five-degree angle. I felt so real and I woke up horrified. So I hope that's not in his future at all. You know, I've been known to have that prediction is dreams, but who knows? Let's hope that one's not true. I know the weird thing like nobody knows that I mean, I've been known by who by me a fortune teller, but you know, I hope I want to say is oh man. I was about to say I'm not going to say you need to take a step back is Dos Santos and I like those Santos obviously a former Champion, but come on. He's been knocked out too many times and I don't want to see him being the guy that we're going to make every heavyweight look good against by knocking him out, but it's Jim. As I don't know it's scary, you know, but the problem is that he wins one. He loses money wins when it so like when his next fight so everyone and they'll get knocked out after that. That's like almost better off like getting knocked out three fights in a row. So everybody's like, all right, you're done versus you just get knocked out seven times and a 14 fight thoughts on dos Santos McCorkle. I would have long as I would have liked in his life, but I would like to see him stop after the second time Cain Velasquez almost murdered in man like that. I have never seen anyone take a beating other Tony Ferguson by what's his name that she was quite I've never seen anyone take the beating that does say that sort of those two fights against Cain Velasquez. Like I was feeling guilty let my son watch it and my son was I think behind the timer 10, but I actually turned it off one place. I don't want to watch anymore exists too violent rages too vicious and he just kept hanging in there just going man, but it was a yeah, it almost killed in that third fight. It was it was bad so dead. Yeah, you know those songs with me. I met him. He's a sweetheart. I think you know given his rep. He probably should go into a different direction. But you know that fighting Spirit man, it's hard to get that out of you. So if he wants to go out on the shelves, so be it Greg this serial, I mean, he looked really great. I mean, he's looks like he's going to be a good heavyweight home. I look forward to I mean the question I have is and maybe I'm alone in this but he looked a little one-dimensional. I mean, he looks like he's living on Power and he's got a great game, but I'll be able to see where he goes cuz I mean he definitely dominated us on do so, you definitely want to see you know, but at the same time it didn't I just wonder how much more gone has to gain there you go and he's actually said that you can pronounce his last name either one of those ways gone gain. I like to say gain cuz it sounds fucking bad-ass. So but he's I mean today what else think he looks nice. Ben Shuler my loan in this one. I think he only had to do if he if he was it was right in front of him. I mean, yeah, that's true. That's what I'm saying. I mean I want to stay more is there more or is he tries to assert and then after you know double back and learn some other things will be interesting to see how much more is in the tank with him pick it out lines are so what do you got planned? So you're fighting this guy in February. We're ready or a guy man. I'm telling you right there the 205 addition to be like the next big thing. Are you prepared for like do you how do you deal with like Instagram haters or Twitter trolls or people telling you this or that or do you do you read the negative stuff? Do you like how does it get to you know, man, honestly, I don't I don't even read it. I have my wife and people handle it wage. I don't do it. Cuz if even if you I guess you don't know it and you go into and you read just one one bad out of you know, forty Good The Bad will stay with you so long I don't want to have that with me so I don't read it. I don't read any of it smart. I love that. So yeah, I try to keep it always positive Chi over here. I don't really any of those, same person drops on Friday on Fight Pass. Right and they are the commercial for it last week. And this comedian has to be up he goes. Hey, man, there's a a Reddit Forum about how bad you are and how much you suck you should go in there is a gross those guys. So I go to listen man. I don't need that negativity. But so please stop emailing me those, you know, like I don't need to know he's like, hey look for people that hate you should go join them. You know, like why would I you know, but in the past the times in the past where I I would have been on in that and like, oh, yeah. Well, fuck you. You don't know where I've been, you know, and I'm like, I'm not going to try page of any of it. I'm just going to like if your people say bad shelves block them and move forward because yeah cuz you get sucked into it. And then totally I always say no response as your best response wage. I think these guys cuz they want to get your goat. They want to know that they're shitty little comments bothered you. So by replying to them they get that they want they win by your response. So give them that. They don't know if you ever even saw it not to mention. I know I'm the kind of person I'll be on stage telling a joke and a joke bombs. And I I heard that I heard that comment in my head. She jokes are funny. So I'll go right to that page. Like like maybe the guy was right. I'm fucking wish I could be out here and be like, oh, I have six can I don't care that's not the case. I know I know me as a person and and like you said aligns out I can do a show and I'll make a hundred people laugh one person walks out and it's the one person I'm fucking pissed about to one person. That's the one you know, I'm the guy like like I was told my own therapy today was you know, like I made it a wrestling. I wonder this one of the states when the main ones I didn't win Nationals. So I was a failure. I failed of that, you know, I got a Last Comic Standing dead. I made the finals. I fucken boss so fell I just think of everything as like a failure in my head and I'm working on not being that guy and not doing that to myself. So it's good to see someone like you who doesn't let that should get in your head. You know, right right has the exact opposite view of himself. So I'll tell you what I do is I find the people who ever saying something and find pictures of their kids or wife and post them and then talk about how retarded look in their kid is or how handsome their life is and destroy their entire life for everyone like my 5000 friends on Facebook and I find they don't usually comment anymore. So like done that he's actually done I found out a guy's mom died like two weeks before I said, hey, your mom was at my last fight and I put a picture of a skeleton in the chair at a fight. Like I found the line and I say your mom's at my last fight tell her thanks and then always claimed I'm having an affair with their dad. So not only my sleeping with their wage. About their dad's gay too like an old really played off like a really big in their dad and they got response from that either. You don't find that puts you in like a negative downward like dark now cuz it just makes me like, I know one's a bigger fan of me than me. So like I think like what Memories every day and can't believe the stuff is she took girl but yeah. No, I I just I don't know I crack myself up I guess so most of the time like no one said anything to me about me that I don't already think deep down, you know, except that. I'm less funny to bring his job that would hurt but that's what people are like, I actually had a guy the other day call me back snow flake or something. I don't know why you said something and he goes guess what bring ourselves Thunder you he immediately blocked me and I was like, oh, I got one really got me because he he got in that little grandchild was front of you know, I know that he doesn't believe that job. But the fact that he was able to try to hit me where he thought would hurt crack me up. So then I got on my other Facebook account and harassed his wife so it works out. Yeah, I just his wife up and asked them what was married was like to be married too fat for cuz he looked like fat 4 and then it was just like a way went downhill from there was really bad. So you have two teenagers right? Do they do they see that your debt their dad all day is a special. Well twenty-two and nineteen now, it's stuck a little bit back when I was in the UFC. When if you type my name in the first two things that came up is home. Sean McCorkle would do gay porn for the right price and is Sean McCorkle. It not seem like it was the two top headlines that came up. So that was a little little bit of a legacy. I was leaving for them, but I never actually jokingly said I would be gay porn for the right price just joking and that's what they titled the whole interview as on YouTube. So it's a pretty interesting one. So, all right Alonso on that. Thank you for Georgia. How much would it cost for you to do gay Port price? All right, no, no no, happy holidays to you and your family and thank you for being cute somebody that I really respect and look up to and and you're wrong guy man. So thank you. Thank you for all your and happy holidays all y'all. Take care buddy. Hold that thought for a second cuz I got some really really good news people. All right the holidays this year I sure to pack a punch. And so this weekend's UFC 256 as some of the Sport's most respected Fighters that ended a line off this weekend check out DraftKings an official partner of the UFC. 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I noticed that Voyage about to tell me that I got to have an orgy big gun you got in there and you fuk dat girl, you know goddamn without without it was just three sons were trying to have a choice either one of the funniest people. I've met the money for Bare knuckle boxing. He I guess he said know then he he offered to fight Jake Paul Jake Paul said know who did who did manager Romero Romero right dead. Versus Jake Paul, but that was going to be my next question. I'm like how he's not in all though. I thought I heard that Bellator actually initially passed on him is that accurate? They'll know Bellator now and they're saying him versus Anthony Johnson is the fight. They're going to make money. That's a fight and I heard the pedals her wasn't interested until they found out. He was forty-four. They thought he was forty-two. They were like now forgetting the volume 44. Okay, bring it right there. Like we're not taking any of these junior fire right off. They're smarter than I can put him in his Rumble Johnson because that's going to be the best friend ever but then it's like what are you go from there? That's the fight like but man, that would be a great fight Rumble Johnson was Romero. Yeah. Oh my God the UFC our main. How do you spell attornies a give those two guys like a couple can fights, you know, which Bellator is good at doing phone number? Fighters that you know have a lot of like he behind them. I think they got at least give them a couple of gas station attendants before they fight each other like hate like what they signed Josh Koscheck and Josh Thompson and took his contracts and Roy Nelson, they put him in Bellator and they all lost so there's a there's a danger in doing that will put me in there with y'all Romero. I'll make I'll make it look very good to see that. That's the problem with that is that like these can fights aren't we can't fight? There's a lot of ways to lose. You know, I remember Aaron Pico lost. His first fight was a good thought they were giving him like, oh, here's a guy who can look good again. He knocked him out in the first round. So, Romero would be green dog and we don't feel like I predicted this would happen. I had to draw the best nobody believes this week this Saturday night Steven Thompson log. Jeff kneels. Yeah, right Neil about him about Neil macneill trades over at Fortis. We'll see what times has got left. He's been around for a long time. Yeah. Only been in a couple of Wars the word map around I guess the word would lie. The first one was a war. The other ones really weren't really Wars see the kind of one-sided or no action kind of fights the Thompson sort of wins of but I don't know I think Jeff bailes to take this some reason I think that he's he's like the best kept secret in the UFC right now by runs through people. I mean I was there a Mike Perry the bucket hardest head ever. Yeah knock out Mike Perry with a headkick yikes. So I'm looking for that. Also, Marlin Farrah incoming off is win against Sean O'Malley that is an asterik there, but it was a win recording all do we'll see what also has left to I don't know this is dead. For both of them are umbrellas really good but fucking all those one of the best of all time and he's one of these guys has been around you're not going to say you thought Steven Thompson was old Thursday, excuse me, but at the same time he's been knocked out recently. He's been stopped. So I think Vera wins despite. I know the various younger. He's hungrier is the pressure he I don't think he's not going to overlook Jose Aldo. Yeah, I'm going all do man just go down my heart instead of my brain I guess but I I just wish we knew how old although actually was cuz I know he looked forty-five when he was twenty-eight. So I don't know what he is. He supposedly 34 now, but he's gotta be fifty thousand. No man, like Cuban credit like Cuban baseball players. Yeah, but also like how old is like seventy or thirty years? You know Asian people are like that too. Not all Asians Asian people like they don't age and then they hit a number and then the AIDS a lot. Yeah, they're either like 30 or really bad drivers. Yes, we know, you know, six foot 14 and 385000 let him have that one. All right, we like although vs. Vera I like although because it seems to me the only Advantage Mirror Has is youth off to me is the only Advantage he has no keys. Hold it together and find his fight. He's absolutely with his fight the fight that I can't wait. Oh, here we go. Michael papaya dog. He was last time. He said he'd train would cows for his last fight. Oh my God, and they weren't all cows. Some of them were pretty girls. Some were cows, you know dead. I think it's wrong to call them all caps actually put on Twitter. I hate to see his moves. Oh, oh kill yourself. You should have done that one for your daughter. You should have just done that for your daughter. And then nobody else one of those ones you leaving the cave under Claire. Okay? Yeah Williams has been just knocking people out. But Michael Packer take a shot. Number one. Number two weeks hard to hit. He's jumping I was going to say you can see him frustrating A guy like chaos, man. I don't know. I mean, he literally grew up with the circus and that's really know how to fight in the circle has like a really is like one of those Marvel villains or something. I don't know who wanted to spite. I really have no idea because there was a certain point where Michael Pereira was like losing a lot of fights or even gassing out because he was doing these ridiculous things and he's taking a more serious now, can I ask Williams looking great, but he's been knocking everybody out, but that's sometimes doesn't change. How good the person really is? Uh, but I'm still picking chaos Williams in this fight show McCorkle. Yeah, same man. I think I've met several times on Hera before and he's found a way to lose almost every time like, you know be dominated the five and try to pull it back flip and then spread his ankle news or something. It's just like my girlfriend was irate watched him fight. She's like somebody needs a kick that dude's ass like the last time we watched him fight because she knew I had a bunch of money on him thinking he would win and he could easily win. He looks like he's eighty pounds over the weight class. Like he looks Giant in there and too busy doing backflips to win and then just I mean, I think you got robbed on his last decision that he loss but he he could have finished the fighting's only one. I see so that's how fucked-up Diego Sanchez new coaches that he fought Diego and everyone was like the coach was the problem. Nobody were acknowledged fighting I doing backflips the whole time right? I think what he he's probably the most interesting exciting fighter to watch when he like brings in sombo shit off. I like I like this. I love watching him fight. But but he does get caught up and doing cool stuff instead of just fighting the fight and that's what opens the door exactly forget like chaos Williams. I think chaos definitely I think he I think he catches him you thinking of capoeira by the way, not sambo or whatever February. Yes. Same thing. Thank you, Jeff. Also if you guys are sold on chaos Williams right now, he's a plus 100 Underdog. So wow Shona know you're a betting man and I am to have a no idea who wins that fight and I'm really excited for it. And then also how long do you think the fight goes? Do you think it finishes? Cuz if chaos Wings, it's it's like U KO and TKO. I don't know. I remember the first time Daniel Cormier was commenting on this guy's fight. He started guys are doing backflips and it was like watching a little kid see magic for the first time. It's like what the hell is so fascinating to watch cuz it's like watching it is like watching a kung fu movie, you know, there's all this other ship going on that you never normally see in in MMA. I remember man when when I was a kid, I remember the first time I saw magic I was like man, it's amazing. I can't believe that God has AIDS birth. But that that's pretty good. But but but yet Korea do was like what the hell, you know all of a sudden you're he was like no, he did it like like what like you just like no one prepped them on this what this what this going to do you like like you weren't even like Dennis Rodman being finished. It was like the best that's what my favorite commentary is when people are just like talking when they stopped they forget where they are dead and they're just I mean the best ever was Bill Baroni commenting on a war machine fly because he had forgotten that his his his Mike was on when I went to the bathroom all of a sudden you hear wage a fight. I think there's room girl wants to fuck me. Oh my God. I got somebody said it would do, Terry they would get drunk and talk about their fights. Like it didn't even matter if I could be over it was going on divorce happening and they were limited time that you fought like it was just awful. That's awesome. Which go hire them to do, Terry was this what was this? It was something I was like one of those like it was like SharkBites or something. It was like, okay that makes sense. But it was like it was hilarious though because the guy was like tapping somebody would get knocked out. Then you just be like Donald, you know, my ex-wife is a fucking ass. Hey, I have a question. Who do you think has a better commentary team the UFC or Bellator cuz belt or you know, Josh Thompson, who's the ref Big John McCarthy? Yeah, my Goldberg Chael Sonnen. I'm just so used to Rogan. You know, I think we're open to such a good job. And then and Gourmet. So really good job cruise, I think just really good. Cuz Cruise says things that like are so like on point even though like his personality isn't like the most winning. You just says things. How will tell you what's going to happen hoping I guess he's not going to get that submission because let's take his feet cross over the cage, which is very children down crawls up. Like he I'm like, wow, like who else knows that you know, so those three are my favorite. I think Thompson Thompson is pretty good. I mean, they used to have Joe Warren, that and back when like war machine was dating Christy Mack, you know, the pornstar Dog Days of go to her and learn like I've seen her before I can't I don't know where like that kind of stuff makes me laugh, you know, but I'm a game. Like I used to love Larry Merchant and boxing because he was just tell it like it is he like five hundred pounds in there and we got a jabbing contest or like I remember I remember when games Tony when he goes off tension obese people, you know have a champion. I used to love toward the end when I eventually get so drunk he could barely talk and still try to interview. It was great choice. Oh man, Larry Marshall get hammered his interview as we're like literally like what are you going to fight? Anybody good right next to the guy that just loss. Yeah. Yeah. I think Felder I think Paul Felder does a good job. I like dogs Elders commentary alive. Yeah do that dude. He was a theater major in college didn't even fight. Like like say feed her like I think and then or get in shape, I will say this though, you got I do respect Bellator commitment to UFC castoffs wage. They're like, oh no, no. No, it's not just the fighters. We've got their announcers referees. And the rest exactly. Yep. It's just like a trip down. You have seen Memory Lane over there a ring girls from like I think they want to fool people into thinking they're watching the birth subliminally just shooting in the Bellator name here and there, you know, cuz it's like you turn it on and there's you know been John McCarthy and there's the announcer guy and there's the fire and you're like, oh my God, what are they doing on the Paramount Network or whatever the fuck they're more excited about the what I'm signing people than the fight because I don't know when the fights are right off of Johnson. Was it going to fight? Oh, he's fighting today at fucking 3:00, like, you know Friday night. I just clicked we're looking for a holiday movie we've recorded and it's recording Abella table. But and I'm like, oh my God, there's Bella to watch like I can't wait till we finish this movie so I can watch these funny ilima-lei McFarland lost the fight. She was a champion lost valve her last week. She never lost but no one even knows. That was a terrible fight by the way comparable side. You're right. You're right was terrified. So also this week Anthony Pettis right now, it's Murano with Greg Hardy is fighting mercine to borrow. I should be a good fight. He's got the rest diaper, right? Who's know who's know that's Junior Albini who's working tomorrow. She's like this dog would recognize them. If you saw he's like he fights a lot. I don't know how to describe. He looks like a Polish giant sort of fat guy with a beard. You don't know if he's like 22 or 70,000 looks like Brandon's childhood 3, we got three three buttons the guy though also like he might be the way he might be the Prototype. I have two how well not how to make it. But how to make you had a crossover athletic Wise from doing a football star to a fighter. Yeah, they're not rushing them. He's on the good training and I feel like even when he loses its they're not career-ending losses there like learning learning curves. He's looking good. Get me just find like two weeks ago and my crazy I thought he just fought. Yeah, he knocked somebody out like wage. I I think it was a couple of weeks ago. Yeah, we would not much. Yeah, we're 31st and griegos. He's a guy that I I thought was going to be another stunt performer. And in fact, he's dead, you know and fight after fight, I you know, there's growth there's progress commitment. I gotta say I have a like in the guy. Yeah the way he fights. I don't know but people that know, I mean, they found evidence Dean Thomas musica guys who are good judges of character not going to fuck around with anybody. They don't like so and they they swear by them will see dead. Remember, she's a girl from from Sweden. Yeah, like but bomb jese. Jese. Yeah. She also was like a EMT worker we had on the show off was like saving people's lives. She's fighting sijara Eubanks. Who's am fuking monster? Yeah, the fighter kept missing weight had some problems. I don't know what's kind of weird thoughts out of the cage problems. But lately it's been looking really good. There should be a good fight. This should be a really good fight. We'll see how good you know the pairing. Sometimes she steps up doesn't always deliver off. So hopefully she does I like to join our too though, but paying my girl and then they're on when he's the guy that looks like Cormier like a mini Cormier that good wrestling thing and then I've got the guys are fighting so so many fights on this card fifteen fights. Well, that seems to be their insurance policy now, right? Yeah. Well actually the belong Mohamad versus the able to fight got canceled because belong Two positive for covert. So that's one down since one there you go again, and they're probably thinking themselves. This is what we book fifteen pints guys. Get in there and join that game exactly exactly just thinking that work all day long like like like like fights like a fireman's can fight his policeman's like anytime you choose the network. Somebody's fighting be awesome. Now is this model number is Rob font fight. Still happening. Yep. That's a good song Holy. We didn't talk about it with like skipped right over it. I was like and in my mind I was like did it cuz usually when I bring up a fight that we didn't talk about your like. Yeah, cuz it got canceled like okay if I talked to the guy that knocked out aljamain Sterling also. Yeah, but Timmy just lose to somebody in Cory sandhagen knocked out. That's right. I don't know the great to see if he can rebound. This is a big test. I've got it was a spinning wheel. Kick knockout. Yep, right. So not saying that like it wasn't deserved. But hey, not land that that fight my remaining on differently, you know. Yeah, you would have been caught by something else later. I mean, who knows who knows if he was destined to lose he lost so okay. I mean you think that like you think like if off master all doesn't land on flying the been asked me so is that fight? Yes. Absolutely. I don't know. I don't think so. Well, we'll never find out. What do you think? How long to figure out why I keep losing you guys. Hold on 1 SEC what is going on with this? I don't know. I feel like sometimes a helmet not that it was a Hail Mary but Like okay. So we talked about like moral morass getting knocked out by saying with the spinning wheel kick Greg saying he was destined to lose a fight cuz it was it was written normal and I'm saying I you know, like he doesn't land that. He might not just win that fight or he might might have might have not we'll never know but like a monster doll in that flying me on aspirin. He doesn't land that I think Oscar wins that fight. Yeah. Absolutely. That's what I may do now, but it's a for sure I think Ashton beats have nine out of ten, you know, so Greg you disagree I disagree because a screen was so one-dimensional. I think if it wasn't that flying off it was a, you know, a reverse elbow. It was something else later. He was going to get caught. We hadn't been caught 19 x up until they well you hadn't fought this guy. Nineteen times. I I hear you. I don't know. I don't know. I don't I think it's wrestling right about too much. I mean he was just it was dead guy has gorilla strength, you know, man, but again the next fight after that when you know, he lost Demian Maia he got submitted in a fight that he was arguably winning in the third round off. Okay, you're losing ground on your side. I wasn't much of a Believer and ask her until I talked to seven or eight different people that trained with him and everyone and said dude. He's a monster like James Krause told me dude. You can't do a thing with and he said he's unbelievable like four or five people people told me so I can't do this amazing man like so I didn't believe it until then so, well, you need to look those four or five people have to get a refund on their opinions suck fucking because apparently trained barely is one of those trained guys, but not fight guys, who knows? I don't say it. I don't like him. I'm not saying he isn't a great wrestler, but I think the evidence supports my theory wage. Yours I don't know. But okay. So you're saying that like Chael Sonnen doesn't get caught one minute left to enter so big it's called something else. I don't know I would have to I would have to go back and review the tape review the tape. I said your your Cowboys finally one, right? Yes, It's hard to cry through an orgasm but I did we was yeah, man, the Cowboys finally got it and it was a big winter like 30 to 7. Like it's kind of when you're just like you God. Thank you. And I want my Wild Card matchup in fantasy football sending me to the semifinals do they congratulate Thursday? Yeah, so we're still going fast makes cash. Nice. Well this Friday night people December 18th. My special drops on Fight Pass off about that. Lots of anime jokes. It's an hour special and Adam when people like rip on you and they haven't even seen this special yet, which is undoubtedly going to be the home. You know, it's it's obvious. Jealousy man. You always do what people wish you couldn't do, you know, and so so for the haters out there you sure that's pure jealousy man. It really is your you know, and I don't don't take it to heart. You deserve this you work super fucking hard for it and it's going to be amazing. This is actually one of the first times I'm I'm just actually just actually enjoying it joined being with my family and my wife is getting a friend. So super happy McCorkle. What are you got coming up? Probably going to confront more meth heads on my property and just keep arguing people on Facebook with my life. So Gregor you're coming up. Well, just the next Tuesday. I was umm, show me go to my social media. I'll be posting the promo for that. I'm doing for friends birthday big comedian birthday show for friends. So I'll be doing the so look for so if you want to catch a certain show that I'm going to be doing. It's I think the 22nd which yep It's Tuesday. I'm not sure. Yeah next Tuesday. And of course if you're still in there with fantasy football check out my podcast also, I do push the the the both the audio podcast on Soundcloud as well go and we'll be talking about the upcoming seventh final weekend. If you're still in it, let's chop it up. I guess just have one game winless this season and wage. They're not fired their coach. Well, maybe they want to remove things. They get the first pick right? I think that's exactly right. They they want and I guess Trevor Lawrence is the big prize our thoughts are so we'll see what happens and then window. What do you got? Follow me on Twitter and social media YouTube at the job fresh show and Twitch. TV / window. Thank you. Well, thank you guys very much. Thank you Alonzo. So you guys next week. You're the best.

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The Stuttering John Podcast-March 11th, 2021-Dr. Jack Brown

The Stuttering John Podcast

2:11:50 hr | 6 months ago

The Stuttering John Podcast-March 11th, 2021-Dr. Jack Brown

"Off off off off off. Off off off off off off. Off off off off off. Yep. Yep, baby. Welcome to the world famous stuttering John podcast. What a show we have today. I am very excited for the return of the mooch off any scaramucci to the program. It's been a while. It's been a while. He's been busy with Bitcoin and I want to know what the Bitcoin is. I know what's cryptocurrency, but I can't wrap my head around. So I'm going to talk to Anthony about that. But first, let's just say congrats. They pass the stimulants Bill the house passed it, even though most Republicans voted nay. And on that note, there's my link to donate to the podcast. Hello to everybody. But he Loco Jaimie Steele Martha Salinas. My mom my sister took the film in the very generous Nikki be my moderator. Mm and show any one and three so hoarsely mark p is here, but I don't want to spend time saying all your names right now because I want to get home. I want to get right to Anthony. So without further Ado I see Anthony's waiting. Let's bring in Anthony scaramucci. I can't hear you though. You're Mike's not on Anthony month. So I had you I had you on mute there. I apologize your haircut looks great. Look at you. I mean, that's when you cut right I'm trying I got you. I got to get my laminate fixed. You know High eighties Anthony. All right. No, you're lucky good. You don't have to worry even even without the lamented fix. You're still looking good. So last time we spoke Donald Trump was your president. Unfortunately, it was my president wage. Working tirelessly to kick his ass and right we're allowed to curse on this a little bit. You know, we were working tirelessly to kick his ass. And so that was good that was good for the world good for the American people and obviously it helped to Quicken the rate of change related to the virus all those things. Yeah. I mean, is it an amazing Anthony when you see Biden gets in start off an executive orders on doing all the trumps crap and then like actually like it seems that the Biden demonstration like they said Trump had no plan for the vaccine. No plan for anything and then biting comes in and now it looks like people are getting more and more vaccinations. Well, I mean, you know, I want to be fair to Anthony fauci. It's not like they didn't have plans is that the president decided not to implement them and execute them to the degree necessary moreover after he lost the election he cut back on a lot of things including a 50 off. And vaccine order to Pfizer. So this is a malicious guy very bad guy and he was almost punishing the American people after the Electoral results came in and it's so it's just a really good thing that the vice president now President Biden was able to take over obviously Andy slavitt as a good friend of mine and on the coronavirus task force hundreds of millions of vaccines and I ordered he's using the defense production act President Trump didn't want to use that. He's using National Guardsmen to help deploy. The vaccine President Trump didn't want to do that job position of a national Mass mandate while some of the red leaning states have questions related to that. There's no epidemiologist that would tell you that wouldn't slow down the growth of the virus. And remember these viruses are tricky things. If you can just slow it down, then you get people vaccinated and you don't get the variance and you can kill off the virus which will lead to better growth in the economy better wage numbers for middle and birth. Rincome people so so by and large thank God we had to change at the top because the leadership really does matter. Yeah, and you do notice the change right Anthony. I mean, it's it's so Stark of a contrast my blood pressure. I know about you. My blood pressure is probably down 10 on both sides of the meter, you know, but not listening to this moron just the fact that got taken off of Twitter page is a fantastic thing. So you'd have to listen to this nonsense this renting dysfunctional lunatic that had the military codes in the nuclear codes to listen to this nonsense so long to me, you know, I have my heart rates better. My blood pressure is better and listen. Am I in love with everything Joe Biden is doing I'm not I'm a set of right person, but I'm not for them to see okay, and I'm also for the protection of our Constitution and the democracy and so I would take those things over a policy fight any day. I think we have to maintain and enforce the Integrity of Iraq. System and cowards and seditionists and Traders like guys like cruise and Holly, you know, I have absolutely no use for those people. I mean we gotta you know, we gotta we gotta fight it out in the intellectual Marketplace by Diaz whoever wins and you know, we gotta beat him the next time it's that simple. Well, let me ask you something cuz you're a registered Republican, correct? Yes. I still am registered as a republican. Although I don't feel at home in the Republican Party. There's a group of us talking about developing a set of right party to page check trumpism. I don't know if that's going to be necessary or not. I will have to see what happens over the next six to twelve months right now Trump seems very much in control of that party and track seems like he would be the nominee if he doesn't have indictments before him or prison Time ahead of him. He could likely be the the nominee again at that party. He's got 80% of that place. In a stronghold, we'll have to see if that maintains itself. He's had a disastrous run as a politician. However, he's never gotten over fifty percent of the vote popular vote. He only won the presidential election narrowly by thirty-five or forty thousand votes in the Electoral College swing if you will and he is the modern-day Herbert Hoover, he lost the house the Senate and the presidency and four short years. He made the country sicker weaker and poor. We lost thirteen million jobs under his stewardship five hundred thousand people died twenty eight million people were infected. There was no reason for that. We could have stopped that I I had Tom bossert who was on the coronavirus task force part of the NSA Let Go by President Trump in 2018 on my podcast last March 2020. You said if we don't take the proper steps and measurements job. Which were fully capable of doing will have at least five hundred thousand people dead in a year. We just went over five hundred and twenty five thousand people today. Could we have had sixty thousand people dead? Listen, that's 60,000 people too many but this is a tragedy. This is born from Mother Nature. We had the scientific knowledge of scientific wherewithal prevent those deaths but we decided due to very poor political leadership not to implement the policies necessary to do that. Let me just give one quick stat. If you don't mind. Yeah South Koreans off under lockdown orders good bipartisan quarantining. It's a democracy twenty deaths per million the United States 50 state disparate solution to the pandemic Thursday. We had 670 deaths per million told me this is outrageous. I mean, this is outrageous that we could be 31 times worse than South Korea. So when we talk about American Acceptance page Was and the greatness of the country we let ourselves down as a relates to this pandemic. Yeah, I know and so so a hypothetical if Trump does not run again. God forbid. But if he does will you vote for Biden again? Well, yeah. No, I will be campaigning against Donald Trump, but I actually think will happen is if he goes to run again a new party will form it. Will it's it's originating right now. It'll be five to 15% of the former Republicans took a break off from the party to liquidate Donald Trump and any of the remnants of trumpism. And so unless the party goes in a different direction. I think there's going to be a Civil War and a breach in that way. You know Trump is saying to people he's not going to break away and form his own party because he's looked at the numbers he controls that party but there's a good fifteen to twenty percent of the people that do not dead. Like him and I think it will necessitate five to fifteen percent of those people leaving. I predicted that will happen if he's the nominee, but you know, there's a lot of a lot of time here between those things happening. It's not clear to me that he survives the legal Onslaught that he's under it's not clear to me that he survives the ten or twelve People in the Republican party that look in the mirror every day John and see a future president, you know, these people want to undermine him. I said to somebody it's like that old movie Ghost you remember when the little goblins came out from under the ground and they started attacking the villains and brought them down to Hell those Republican candidates. I think we'll do that to Donald Trump. So I don't I don't think she makes it having said that is he running again? This is the biggest greatest money making scheme of Trumps life. He made over three hundred million dollars in the 6th to eight weeks after November 3rd. He can't believe how much money he's been able to make and and and bank as a result of this which is why he's sending out memos this week take my name off of the yep morency fundraising. I don't either I don't want to going into bucket a I wanted to go into bucket t t I don't I don't I don't need that money going anybody else take my name off that other stuff. So this is this is a money making exercise for him better than The Apprentice better than real estate development. But you know, I know I know the son of a bitch. Well, he is reeling right now. He's lost his power. He lost his platform on Twitter. He lost the most powerful job in the world. He was humiliated in the office action. Again. It was a close election. If you look at the Electoral College again, it was very close similar to the Clinton Trump election in Reverse frankly, but he did lose by seven million in the popular vote and he lost to somebody that isn't a lot of respect for you know, he was complaining that Joe Biden was sleepy and in his basement, but Joe Biden kicked his ass in half asleep in his basement. So how does that song that make you Donald Trump see what I mean? So I know the guy I know the guy well, he is bummed out man, and he is self-loathing and I'm sure he's eating dead. Three or four cans of spam a day. I mean, I don't think the only way you could look like spam and literally looks like an open can of spam without the orange makeup on you must be eating spam or what you eat. So this guy's probably housing five to six of those cans of spam a day to look like that. You know, it's so funny and then it cuz you're answering so many of the questions I had prepared for you. It's like if it's like I didn't I didn't even have to do any research. I don't know. I'm I've guy came fired up. I had my 17 cups of coffee. I knew I had a I had to compete with you for air time. I'm ready to go home. Well, I'm so happy that you came on. It's been so hard to get you lately. Well, you know, the thing is after the election my staff is mad at me because I spend a lot of time on politics. So I've sort of every conditioned and re-engineered my schedule and really spend most of my time on our business and that's obviously bearing some fruit. We're having some good investment results launch the Bitcoin fog What you know about have over half a billion dollars and in Bitcoin now happy to talk about that. I put 25 million of our firm's capital in our Bitcoin fund Church, which you know obviously was well-timed and it's sometimes better to be lucky than smart. So that that was a good move. And you know, listen John I wasn't the typical person to be in Palm. I've always been an entrepreneur to business person but I made the mistake of working for Trump after Jeb Bush left the race and then further got myself into trouble there as you and I know well documented and then once he took my wife, you know had a pound the guy into the ground. I mean who I mean, I don't know do I look like Ted Cruz anybody? I mean who would put up with Trump's nonsense? You know, I don't get these fraidy cat's with Trump. Okay, he's bought a paper tiger. Yeah. I don't either but first have things gotten better with your wife. Now is it no, no. No. We were almost divorced in July of 2018. 17 hell was raining down on me in addition to getting fired. My wife had filed for divorce. You know, she hates Trump not as much as Melania, but I think she's in like the top five. I mean, you know, I really can't stand the guy. Yeah, and so it didn't want me to work for him. I let my ego get the best of me and I I made some a series of mistakes which in some ways I regret but in other ways John I. Don't regret because it was it was a learning experience. You know, it humbled me it probably made me more psychologically minded it also put things into context for me about what is really important and it was a good lesson about not letting your ego get the best of you but here's the flip side. I don't think I would know you or many people as a result of you know, I've met so many new people and new friends as a result of that experience. So well, well, I mean, they're always positives and negatives in life's experiences, I guess is the point that I'm making. Yeah, I welcome you and you know what? I mean? I don't have like a a this anger that some people do. Oh he used to be Republican and now he went I don't really care as long as you're speaking truth. Now, it doesn't bother me. Listen. I I get that though. I think I think one of the things your friends with Lincoln's Bible. She's been on your podcast. Yeah, and I have an enormous amount of respect for her. I think she probably missed size me in the beginning. That's my personal opinion page. Even up to her to make her the decisions, but she said something to me that is a hundred percent true. She said at the end of the day the Trump Administration and the rhetoric of Donald Trump was causing a lot of pain in our society was racially charged. Yes, the elimination of travel from Muslim countries the rhetoric around Charlottesville. I mean, I could list forty or fifty things that he was doing before he got elected throughout the four years of his administration that was causing a tremendous amount of pain. And so if you worked for him would have to acknowledge that you were an accessory to that pain and I think she's right about that. So I've tried to do that. I've tried to apologize for it, but I can't go back and change it. No. No ma'am. Or I can say at least I'm man enough to admit that I was wrong apologize for being wrong not understanding the full consequences of what he was going to do or what he was actually like some dead. Watch E will say well everyone knew in New York what he was like and so on and so forth. I have to own that for the rest of my life. I'm not I'm not I'm not saying that I didn't use cognitive dissidents or hit an override switch off. I was trying to make Donald Trump fit my personal narrative as opposed to really observing the facts John have to own that for the rest of my life. But like I tell my kids if you got something wrong admit that you're wrong, but don't stay wrong. Think about all these Jim Oakes that have decided that they were wrong but they're going to stay wrong because they don't want to be on the hot seat your podcast or subject themselves to the scrutiny of left-leaning media. I've done all of that. I've been willing to take the heat from people, but I'm also saying to people allow there to be an off-ramp for others, you know, you have seventy-four million people that voted for him. Some of them are voting for him due to white supremacy issues. Some of them are voting for him due to policy issues. I don't know why they're voting for him but not all of them are voting for him cuz they quote unquote think he's the god. Some of it is is noise more than it is a signal. Let's give those people a different solution something that's more human something that's more empathic and let's see wage is I think what's fascinating about Joe Biden 50 days into his administration Republicans having a very hard time identifying him. They they they can't shoot it in like they did Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton, you know because he's off mately the classics Centrist Democrat, you know, so it's very hard to label him. He's doing a lot of things that are quite commonsensical and some of those things are frankly favorable for busy. They can travel in them that way, you know, you got issues on the border. Listen, if you're a democrat or a republican, let's look at it objectively we have issues on the border. I don't think the way the Trump administration were selling those issues was correct, and I'm not saying that the way the bite Administration is handling is correct either but here's what I would say in the immortal words of Milton Friedman if you have a welfare state Which we do and thank God we do you want to safety net for the poor in the Indigent. But if you have a welfare state you have to protect your border because if if if you don't free market forces dictate that people will come up over the border to try to participate in your welfare state. And so, you know, it's not mu main to look out for American citizens and to have a disciplined legal process of immigration. Every great country has a disciplined legal process for immigration. I'm all about immigration. I'm not saying that we shouldn't have legal immigration. Of course we should but you know, if Republicans and Democrats came up with the laws, let's try to adhere to them for the sake of the health of the country and to protect lower middle-income workers. I think that that makes sense. Yeah. No, I agree. I agree. Let me ask you now because I and you know, I don't want to get don't want to I don't want to take a deep dive into this Anthony, but I don't how long Stand Bitcoin. Okay, just just you know, I get that it's just another form of currency. But why is it becoming so popular what is it? Just tell so, you know, I'm never going to do service to it in a few minutes. I'm going to recommend a few things. Okay. This is a very easy read this is Dominic frisbees book Bitcoin the future of money. The reason I recommend this book to People John is that it was copy written it was written in 2013 copyright 2014 off Bitcoin was at $400 a coin. It just traded at $58,000 coin today. And what dominic does in the book as he explains? What Bitcoin is he explains the iteration of Bitcoin meaning there were other digital currencies like e cash or digit cash that did not work Dodge Jeep Dodge or something. Well, that's a different thing. That's that's that's really off of the Dead. Coin ish blockchain now Dogecoin what you're referring to is part of the new version of cryptographic currency. And so we had cryptographic currency in the 80s and 90s that was unsuccessful Dominic explains. Why in 2009 a group of people known as Satoshi Nakamoto created this currency wage, they explained what they were doing they decentralized it and they added this layer of anonymity to it so that it was harder to attack and it also as a result of its decentralization, it can't be influenced by the Central Banking community. So when it started it was a very small thing by 2014 it got the $400 a coin and Dominic points out that if you create a network effect, what is a network effect it starts to scale. Obviously Facebook started as a very small thing. It's scaled into several billion users log. Google would be an example of that Amazon is a network effect metcalfe's law for retail. Google would be that for search and advertising Facebook would be that for a social network. And so with these guys did was they created a monetary Network one other book not trying to for you, but I want to make sure that you guys have some things to think about this book is called a nice scent of money by Niall Ferguson Financial history of the world. He basically explains what money is and how it developed. Now. What is money very simply money is a technology. It is a tool that we use between each other to transfer goods and services. So as an example, I have this in my pocket see if I can find a few of these These are in my community. These are Italian singles see that see Italian singles have Ben Franklin's face on them. See it. Okay? Okay. So so I always say oh my God. I was told me always have some of these in case I got a, you know wanted to call up Italian singles because Italians don't have singles in their pocket. They have hundreds. This is nominated thing that we have in our pockets. Okay. So the point is, this is a piece of fabric. It's got some ink it's got a counterfeit strip on it. It's got Uncle Ben's face on it. Yeah, but I mean you could burn it for a second. It'll give you a little bit of heat, but it's virtually worthless right at the end of the day. And so what is Niall Ferguson say your money is always worth less than the goods and services you're transacting with so all money is as a tool it prevents you and I from boring. I don't walk into the bar where they small calf and say hey, here's your field parmesan special for tomorrow night. Give me for gin and tonics. I have this in my pocket. Yeah a few years to give me some change. This is a ledger between us. You see what I'm saying? But let me be more dramatic. I have some digits in my bank account. I can go log on to it at JPMorgan. I can look at that. Is digits if I want to wire two hundred thousand of those digits to the Mercedes-Benz dealership, they'll put a G Wagon in my driveway. They are is electronic digits, but now there's a month just in that ledger. There's a trust factor in that ledger. So what did Bitcoin what are these guys do they developed a network at a system where transfer of goods and services and electronic digital transfer fully crypto graft. So it's totally encrypted and it's very safe. I could transfer value from myself to you off. You know, you got it. I know I sent it. There's no double spend there's no funny business and once you've got that trust created all of a sudden you're seeing the network effect. People say, okay I get that. That's trustworthy. I'm going to start owning it and it Bitcoin is effectively now become a replacement for a store value. Some people call a digital gold wage. Because it's portable it's secure it's limited. There's only twenty 1 million coins available. Some of these coins were lost in the early Inception of Bitcoin due to poor storage of them. They were also physical coins the actual physical there are nice. See that's another myth about because all there is is a crypto graph 21 million crypto graphs that are off on the blockchain that are actual quote unquote known as Bitcoins that graph if you will has a value now what's happening is it's scaling Thursday. We have a hundred and six million users today. It's on its way to a billion users. I predicted that will happen by 2025 as it scales. The values going up why? Well, there's a very short supply of Bitcoin and there's huge demand and so institutional investors life insurance companies decided that they want to get more Bitcoin while this is happening United States is printing money. We added 26% to our money supply in the last six months after the stimulus goes through Thursday will be another 16% So you have 42% more money in the money supply than you did six months ago John and so people are worried about that. They're worried that it's going to cause inflammation now, maybe it won't cause CPI inflation meaning goods and services like food, although gas is up a lot of you noticed that but at that Consumer Price Index Basket doesn't seem like there's a lot of inflation but there's a tremendous amount of inflation in assets real estate prices are going up Collectibles are going up. You want to buy a Hamptons p.m. Allstate is going up. You want to live in La by a piece of real estate in an exclusive area? It's going up and all of this is tied to Dollar volume and the production of money. And so what Bitcoin is basically doing is providing a hedge for all of that money production. So many institutions have said, okay, I get it and I'm going to own Bitcoin some people get tripped up because they said well what the heck is it? I can't eat it. It's not like gold where I can use it for manufacturing purposes. And my answer to that is ultimately money. The ascent of money is based on trust and if we can trust The Ledger that Bitcoin is as a transfer of value between each other it becomes very very valuable in our society and that's why I own it and that's why I think it's going to be worth more and more in the coming years, but Anthony, can you buy a house with Bitcoin? You can't buy a house with Bitcoin, but you can converge The Bitcoin instantaneously into US dollars or British pounds and then you can take that fiat currency and by the house with it. So then why Enterprise a Tesla with palm Pointe? Okay, but if you could if you have to transfer it to money why not just have the money instead of Bitcoin well because you're making a bet that the money is being eroded in your bank account if I let me put it this way if I if I have $10,000 on my bank account and the federal government just produced forty percent more dollars in a weird way. They're taking a little bit of my savings away from me or they not John because now there's more volume of those dollars. So therefore each one of those dollars is worth a little less but a bit coin is scarce that coin should act as a store of value in protect my savings. So in other words, let me let me put it this way in the last six months. Yeah gave me $10,000 US Dollars and I could either leave it in my bank account $10,000 or I could have bought Bitcoin with it. The Bitcoins now worth that $10,000 of that is now worth fifty. Well $10,000 sitting in the bank account is worth Ten Thousand and One Thousand hours. So in my point being is that the Bitcoin because of its scarcity is quite valuable and I think that it acts as a store of value for investors. Okay now, I love this Anthony cuz you really it's it's finally for the first time it's making sense to me and I and I and I thank you. Now Mike bet he's asking has Bitcoin killed the price of gold. Well listen gold has been around for 5,500 years. I think that it is a competitor to gold and so a result of which the the marginal dollar that would have gone into gold during this level of money production is going into Bitcoin. So has a killed it don't want to go that far but yes, it's slow down the growth of gold. You could look at a chart of gold. And it's doing a little bit of this see what I mean it Bitcoins doing that. So as a competitor to Gold, it's it's winning. I'll tell you something that one of my sad friend said which were remain nameless you said. So let me tell you why Bitcoin is more valuable than gold. Okay, tell me well right now MBS the crown loves me, but there could come a day where he doesn't love me. I can take two hundred million dollars a Bitcoin put it on a USB and shove it straight up my ass and head for the many border. I can't do that with bricks of gold pack or two hundred million dollars of gold. Yes. And so the point being is that this is more portable is equally fungible. It's very liquid. It's a trillion dollar market capitalization today. And if you really study metcalfe's law, you know that Bitcoin has gotten to a trillion dollars faster than anything else it took forty plus years for both. Microsoft and Apple to get to a trillion dollars twenty years for Google and Amazon Bitcoin got there in twelve years and like, you know, we used to go by the gold standard but we threw that one out a long time ago, didn't we we did in nineteen seventy one Richard Nixon said no more gold on the gold standard and so a result of which we started the valuing our money you could take to US dollars to US dollars from nineteen seventy one has the purchasing power of $100 of twenty $21 today well and let me put it very graphically for you in nineteen seventy one on the gold standard. 35 US Dollars bought one ounce of gold today $1,700 buys one ounce of gold you can see what we did to our money. We diminished value by 98% Okay. Now you want just one last question about this and then I'd like to get back whatever time you have left to talk about, you know, some of these, you know Trump heads like crack in Holly and Marjorie Taylor green and and and Lauren beaubourg, but the last one is the whole game stock hedge fund thing. Yeah, what's your take on that wage? You know what they wrong to, you know, like stop that kind of trading was that yeah. I mean listen, so, I've said this before I'll share with you. My heart is with the small investor. My wallet happens to be with Steve Cohen The Edge one manager, but my heart is with the small investor. I understand what they're trying to do and what they're trying to achieve wage, but you're never going to have trading parity with a professional if you and I right now go to Yankee Stadium you want to pitch as a starting pitcher. I'll be the reliever. We're not going to be able to compete with guys are professionals that have been doing this day in and day out. So the notion that somebody that is an individual investor should be on parity with a professional investor that's never going to happen. And so people that are pining for that are barking up the wrong tree as it relates to regulation The Regulators don't care necessarily about individual losses. They don't want you to lose money based on fraud you bought something that's worthless. The guy told you it was worth something. That's fraud. They want to put that person in jail, but if it's a legitimate stock you pay a dollar for it, it goes to zero. They're not protecting you age. Is that you know as long as you know, when to zero legitimately Blockbuster Video went to zero game stock could likely go to zero just given the secular Dynamics about gaming downloading of a game on a console versus having to go to a destination to buy a disc very few. People are using them anymore. Can you stop feels a lot like Blockbuster so much for matters got short that affecting the stock to trade the zero the Reddit guys got everybody together and they said okay, let's squeeze those shorts and so they're short the stock. Let's buy it buy it and we'll put pressure on them to squeeze them out of it and it's an interesting Theory it will work in the short term, but it may end in tears for those investors long-term. Yes. Now what happened out of it? What happened? They went to Robin Hood. They got the trades done for free, but John you and I are smart enough we grew up in a neighborhood to know that there's no such thing as free. There's no free lunch. So what were they doing? They were selling those orders to place? In exchange for giving you free transactions. It's all publicly stated right there in the account documents. So there's nobody lying to anybody but here's what I think the individual investors and gave I gave a port or I didn't understand originally is that there's something called the depository trust Clearing Corporation known as the dtcc and so Robin Hood and all those Breakers have to answer to them in terms of their Capital requirements. So I've got John and Anthony trading. Okay, that's great. What are they trading? Well, they're trading this many shares of XYZ. Okay. Well, you have to have a billion so dollars posted at our bank as collateral to clear those trades. So what was happening is the margin accounts on GameStop on those others people were borrow money to buy GameStop is going up and up and up. So the DDC dtcc called Robin Hood and said, well your your three billion dollar short on your Capital requirements. So they said okay. Jeez. We have to stop the trading in those you have to stop that pyramid buying until we can raise money to meet that Capital call. Okay, and so so if they were Morgan Stanley or Goldman Sachs that our banks they could have just gone to Federal Reserve and borrowed that money at zero, but Robin Hood's not a bank. So I'm Robin Hood about a week to raise the three billion dollars. They raised it. They met that Capital requirement and then they opened up those stocks again. So there was confusion there because Vlad the founder of Robin Hood the way I just explained it to you. He didn't explain it to anybody. Yeah. Why did he not explain it to anybody? I think that was bad crisis Communications and bad crisis management because ultimately what I just said was going to come out anyway, he was trying to hem and haw in the beginning cuz he didn't want people to realize how undercapitalized he was dead. What she thought would cause their accounts to move to other Brokers. So he was just trying to say it's a temporary pause and blah blah blah and then that caused a lot of conspiratorial Suspicion, but I can tell you I'm one of the first things I learned thirty-three years ago when I got into this business is how to clear a trade. That's the first thing Goldman Sachs taught us and what those requirements are. And so the minute this was happening because I have operational experience. I was like, okay this guy's caught he needs more collateral to clear these traits. He's not currently a favor for Citadel or currying favor 4.72 or anybody. He's just trying to meet his Capital requirements. He didn't explain it. Well the conspiracy theorists entered the marketplace. This is blowing him up, but no he didn't do anything wrong, but I think you're asking a broader question. Is this Reddit stuff good for the market or bad for the market ultimately dead. It doesn't matter what I think I think it's bad for these individual investors because you could be in a situation where GameStop or AMC could actually trade two zero the fundamentals are not great found these hedge funds. What are they going to do their adaptive people? They're going to adapt their strategies. You're an individual investor your knowledge and information is never going to be as much as there's any more than your my knowledge about professional baseball is going to be as good as you pick the manager. You know, I don't know Billy Martin when we were kids or the Mets manager Rojas today or took over at the Yankees. We don't know as much as they do about baseball. They weren't living the baseball every single day. So it would be hard pressed for me to tell you. Oh, yeah, you know, we're at para Kang people that's never going to happen not I would caution your listeners of your podcast. The facts are the facts don't hide from the facts and don't play the victim. You're going to get your ass. Kicked and burned if you're doing this stuff, it's just going to happen and it's going to end in tears. Well today, they just confirmed Merrick Garland. Yeah. What do you think about that news Anthony home? So I think he's a very decent guy. He's a very hard worker. He's not an ideologue but he's an idealist two different descriptions of something. He's he really believes in Social and racial progress and he's an idealist and I think you'll have a very fair process in place in terms of trying to recreate the impartiality with the justice department and I'm very happy that he got confirmed because if if Donald Trump among the many things that Donald Trump was doing is he was weakening the trust of these sorts of institutions in our society at the end of the day the American people want to believe that they're going to get a fair Shake If something has gone wrong in their lives. They want to be presumed innocent as opposed to log. Guilty in the eyes of the law and you could see that there was a lot of capricious activity in Donald Trump's justice department. That was challenging that trust. So what do I am but I think it's great for America. I think it will it will create a restoration of that trust and as it relates to Rogue players, I think he will be disciplined and going after them provided that file following the criminal procedure. He's not going to he's not going to go after people. These are the political enemies of Joe Biden to the Democratic party. Let me go after them. He's not going to do that cause I think if people are looking for that they're going to be disappointed in Merrick Garland if they're looking for a restoration of trust and a more impartial Arbiter of the law. I think they got Thursday and that's something I'm very happy about. Well, then we'll Garland go after Trump. So I don't think Joe Biden wants them to go after Trump. I think Trump stuff is going to be. Taking care of at the state level or possibly an SD and why as it relates to his tax issues. I don't see Merrick Garland setting up a task force to go after tax per se Trump has issues in DC with the US attorney's office related to the seditious acts that took place on January 6th. He's got civil and potentially criminal liability there, even though he didn't get successfully convicted during the impeached second impeachment trial and he's likely got a case in the state and city of New York. So I don't see either Garland saying okay now that I'm in powered I'm going to just missile lock and Target Donald Trump. I don't see that and I think that's good for America. I don't I don't want that actually because I say the same thing the Vice President Biden, I'm sorry choose me President Biden has said publicly is that this guy sucks but lets you know, let's move on as a country. Let's work on the right. I don't think we I don't think we can. And I think what Trump did even inciting an Insurrection. I mean, I think I think he's got to be held accountable Anthony. I think he will be I think he won't be but I don't think it has to be I think there's already a process took place to hold them accountable, you know president Sarkozy is obviously been sentenced. He will likely spend some time in jail as a result of corruption charges in France. So we now have five Western political precedent for this sort of stuff, you know, could Trump go to jail, you know, John, I don't think so. I'm just going to be honest with you because he's a took former president United States. I think to be very tough for these guys to put him in jail. He's not going to plead out to something. I think he will plead out to something while he pay a massive fine if he did something wrong. Yes. I don't think Joe Biden wants to be the president that ends up with a justice department that puts his political adversary in jail. It's not to say that there won't be cost associate job. It was what he did, but I'm just being realistic with you what I like to see him in jail. Yes, of course, I would I want him put away forever. I think he's a seditious Trader. I think he took early is a domestic terrorist. So yes, I'd like to see him put in jail for a very very long time. I'm just being realistic and practical so don't shoot the messenger, you know, if you're telling me should he fail? Yes. Do I want to see him in jail? Yes. Is he going to go to jail? I don't think he is based on what I understand about these politicians. And and by the way, they didn't put Richard Nixon in jail didn't even go after him. He was pardoned by Gerry Ford, Teddy. Kennedy was super mad about it in September of nineteen seventy-four. He railed on Jerry Ford for pardoning Nixon thirty-five years later in 2009. He wrote his last Memoir before he died of brain cancer and he said upon reflection thirty-five years of birth. Time has passed Gerry Ford was right putting raking Richard Nixon over the coals. Like that would have been bad for the country in terms of our International Prestige and standing and it would have been back for the political struggle. And even though he was a rogue figure that deserve jail moving on past that one individual and holding sacrosanct. The system was more important to somebody like John Kennedy and that's what years of experience and reflection later. So again me you know, I want the son of a bitch to go to jail. Of course, I do I would effing celebrate that. Okay, but I don't think it's going to happen. Of course, the used things would have five bucks. She says tax the hell out of headphones. Stock market is a corrupt Casino you agree with that. Well, you know listen, I understand why she thinks that and so I'm not I'm not going to push back too hard. I think that you know, I pay the highest marginal tax rates. I have never complained about my taxes. If Joe Biden raise my taxes, I'm willing to pay them. I think I've been very blessed in this Society. So whatever the tax rates are that are decided. I'm going to pay the taxes without complaint. I'm also a New Yorker John. I'm not leaving New York. I'll be one of the people that puts the lights out in New York before I leave. I'm not going to Florida not going to Texas. I love the city. I love the state. I will pay the taxes down here as a business person to try to help people solve the problems of what's going on, but I understand where she's coming from. She feels like there's an inside rigged game in a result of which it's not fair and some of it is unfair frankly. And so she's right about some of it but the flip side is you know, life is unfair. I didn't make these rules. I'm doing the job. I came to live with them. I'm very happy. I born in America. My parents were blue collar. We lived in a small middle-class house. I grew up in in built a a successful business. I tried to track customers fairly you can ask my customers. I don't have any personal trading. I don't have any of that sort of nonsense in my my my name is if you will all my money's in my fund or the funds that I'm managing and so but I get where she's coming from and and listen if the taxes go up I'm happy to pay them and at what do you think of how are you know, I'm sure you gotta go soon. But what do you think about these mod retailer greens and Lauren Bois birds and all these people who are trying to be Trump like Ted Cruz and Josh slowly so that I'm bringing in the Midas touch Brothers. Oh my God here. They go. Do we have a good podcast together. Come on, I watch dead. We crashed it. It was good. It was fun. Right? I was knowing I spoke to Kevin McCarthy looked like he was two hundred years old cuz he's rotting you know, and I said Ted Cruz looked like dead Grandpa monsters like internet again and five like some good lines. But but listen, I mean, you know, those people are political opportunists. They only give a shit about themselves and their branch and they don't care about the American people. They don't care about the public or the welfare of the American people or social progress or social just they don't care about any of that or they care about is there's a sleeve of applicants that are parochial. There's a sleeve of Americans that like white society and there's a sleep of Americans that want to stay frozen up a time blocks or a 1955 and a result of which those political opportunists are preying on those people and it's a sad State of Affairs a Republican party would be so much better off. Curved if it came up with fresh or a newer ideas tried to expand the tent and made it look like the colorful beautiful Mosaic of the American people, but that's not in the political interests of guys like Ted Cruz or Marjorie Taylor Greene, you know, you have to think about the lack of empathy of a woman like that across the hall from her is a representative who has a transgender daughter and she's got a plaster on the wall that the sex is male or female that's science, but we know that 13% of the million population wage homosexual, we know that from studying primates, we know that from studying other mammalian species and so I don't understand why she thinks that that's that unnatural if we both know that approximately 13% of the population has an orientation towards the same sex. Why are we throwing those people into the garbage? I don't I don't understand. And and these people hate my guts because I can debate them rationally and dispassionately day in and day out. And since I have sent a reviews I can literally beat them at their own game which is why they have to attack me personally. Remember if you can't beat the guy in an argument you got to attack impersonal right? So that's that's what these people do but it's a disgusting group of people and this is the reason why I was telling John before YouTube Superstars came into the conversation that you know, I was going to call him the message but I've said let me call him Superstore but you know, that's what I was telling John is going to have to split that party because I'm going to tell you something. Okay, Lindsey Graham is not a dope. You may think he is but he's not a dope when he says plus that's code for let's dig deeper for more knuckle-dragging Maga neanderthals. Yep to come out of the woodwork to vote us back in office. Okay, he's looking at the math as I'm looking at the math. What is the name? Tell you the math basically says and I'm going to give you the exact math. Forty-three thousand voters. Got Joe Biden the election. Here's another great book, by the way. These two wrote this book, they wrote shattered about the Clinton campaign in 2016. They wrote this book lucky how Joe Biden barely won the presidency? Yes, he won by 7 million popular votes, but he only won the presidency by 43000 votes. So Lindsey Graham and Ted Cruz. They see more white people. You know, how the Sixth Sense they saw more dead people these guys looking for more white want to dig deeper and deeper into the Maga base and turn out, you know, they're not looking to turn out seven million voters, you know, that sort of thing 174. They don't care about that. They're looking to turn out a hundred thousand voters in the right places to win the electoral college vote by sixty thousand voters. So we have to fight that all day and maybe that party needs to be liquidated maybe fifteen to twenty percent of that party has to split their off to prevent that sort of white supremacist movement frankly. Yeah, no, I know and I guess yeah, that's what I assume the answer was there just trying to pick up his pick up his you know, his white nationalist, you know, I mean they, you know want to look let me tell you something that that son-of-a-bitch was somewhat smarter and a little bit more organized. We would have had a disaster rain upon the United States Holly and crew see themselves a smaller versions of him. There are other people in that party that see themselves as smarter versions of him that can take trumpism reform it make it an uglier more organized version of trouble and we have to beat that we have to fight that and so we have to speak out about it. We have to explain it to as many people as possible and we have to fight that and by the way the four of us may not agree policy by policy line item by line item, but what I love about you guys is that you agree with me in the sacredness of our democracy and our Constitution that to me is an a priori. Yep. Requisite let's make sure that we're maintaining our democracy the Constitution and our way. We're fairly represented free speech and we can debate policy. I disagree on policy all we want but but but the person I'm disagreeing with policy on has to at least agree that democracy should exist in America might have that's not the case and there's no starting point my job to btao see in the intellectual Market Place of ideas. She has an idea that I disagree with related to Growing businesses and Long Island City. I want to explain why my idea is better off if people vote and they say well these ideas better than I've lost e I've lost the battle then I got to come back to the drawing board were the better idea if the Republicans have decided my ideas suck. They're good for a small group of white people. Let me see if I can gain the system to stay in power and oh, by the way, if I can't stay in power under the current rules, let me descend down the cap off. And beat the lights out of our public officials. I don't know. That's not that's not a country that we we grew up in guys. We can't allow that to happen to our country. And Anthony, what do you think about all the voter suppression that's going on right now terrible budget and in Iowa trying to make it harder, but job and John that's been going on for a hundred and fifty years. God bless Stacey Abrams. I was telling people I want Stacey Abrams would be the general manager of the Mets. Okay. The best okay. She figured out what to do in Georgia to counter man. All of that BS that's been going on for a hundred and forty years. Okay. So now they rely for up against it because we're getting demographically overwhelmed. So what are they trying to do? They're trying to come up with ways to suppress that vote. Okay, and so but by the way make no mistake voter suppression is as American as apple pie. Go back through our history. All we do is suppress people's boats black votes Brown votes women's votes. That's what we've done now. Is it fair? No, it's not fair in nineteen sixty-five. We tried to clean all of that up. Okay, that's in our wage situation now, right so we have to fight for that and I God bless Stacey Abrams because she's figured out a way to outmaneuver them. Now they're coming back at her with countermeasures wage. Anyway, I know she's not available to run the Mets, but I would love to have her run the med think it's a World Series before I die. And I know she would get me there. Well, well well, well they got there in two thousand although they lost to my Yankees. Oh here we goes here. We goes guys. I gotta go cuz I got this podcast but I want this want to say this to the brothers here the Midas touch. Mirch. Let's hear it. I want to say Thursday. you'd like what you're doing is going to get more scrutiny and you're going to get roughed up harder. Okay, I'm just being totally candid with you because you almost had like the Lincoln project as a higher-profile. You would probably more effective frankly if you look at the ads but and so they got shot up and basically taken out and you guys are going to be on the rise now. So you're going to be having Targets on your backs. Just letting you guys know which I've obviously had a Target on my back. I've been steamrolled and defined and redefined and separate so but you're Long Island or so you'll get this. Okay. Yep. Exactly. Okay don't give a short Island on this show right now. Don't don't give a shitt press on. Okay don't give a shitt. Be careful when I say one last thing to you to fokkers because I care about you can see your work progressed watch yourselves in public. Yep, what you say because people are going to video you they're going to tape you they're going to want to see you doing something that they can somehow snag and embarrass you with. That's why I don't leave the house. But you've seen Peloton behind. I just stay in this room all day. Congratulations. So you bought a house in Southampton. Once you're right by Howard Stern. I've I've had that house for years, I guess the dance paper for the story about me, but I've been out there since 2014. I love it out there small house, by the way. It's nothing to write home about. I just wanted to have a little bit of a toehold off there. I worked out there one summer and I said, you know God damn it or ever get enough money. I would have a second house in Southampton. So yeah Howard Stern lives in some colossal House South of the highway. I live North of Highway up on Peconic Bay, you know, it's beautiful and quiet up there and I'm never leaving Long Island. I'm just letting you guys know me and Billy Joel shutting the lights out. Okay, you guys are off. All over the place. I'm staying here on Long Island. And the pandemic. This is the longest time I've been on Long Island since elementary school. Okay. I haven't even gone to the member in elementary school to let you go to the Hayden planetarium a once-a-year, right? And the last question is and quick. I have a connection at the Yankees next time. I'm in town. Let's go watch the Yankees anytime. I love the Yankees. I want to recommend the new Yogi Berra bio to you guys. It is so good. It was written last year. I didn't get a chance to realize because of the commotion but I'm halfway through it. Now off. What a personality Yogi Berra had and what a time to be a baseball player in New York when the Giants and the Dodgers the Golden Age of American baseball right here in New York in the 1950s Mickey Mantle Whitey Ford DiMaggio's career-ending just an amazing story. So just recommending that to you guys before I sign off, but but you're more. Yep. Have been a Nike fan right die-hard Mets. And I grew up. I grew up on the Long Island Railroad. I used to take the train to the stadium and keep score the game after my paper. I was over, Let me tell you something. I'm a die-hard mess in okay, someday, they're going to win weather without a Wonderful World Series. Okay. Let's see. If you're listening. Please come to the Mets and fix this thing. Okay. All right and not coming on brother. God bless guys. Go to see you too. Great for you man radio soon. All right, the great Anthony scaramucci and now I can focus on the Midas touch brothers who are now just like Anthony said Superstars. I don't know about the emotion the only person I know who's plugging other people's books when he comes out. It's a read this book. It's not by me. It's by someone totally different. That's what I'm here to let you know. Well, he's also do a multi millionaire. So he doesn't need to plug anything from him. Right? What were you guys talking about Bitcoin? What was he what's he into these days wanted to really understand Bitcoin and I gotta tell you guys after hearing cuz he's very he's a great Storyteller. He's a great speaker and after hearing what he had to say. I totally get it now. So yeah, maybe you could explain it to me one day cuz I have no idea what that means. You know, I'm going to cut it up and post it just that part because I think it's really educational and I know there was somebody saying this is boring know it ain't wage. The future and I'd like to know about it cuz now I might be buying some stock and Bitcoin. Yeah, John, you've always been The Cutting Edge as an investor though, even on the Stern show you what is talk about the Investments that you made and you've always been on top of what's going on in the market. Oh, that's my house. Yeah. Look at that shirt, by the way, then you notice the shirt that John is where it says. No doubt. Hey, that's an original Midas Touch shirt from one of our earliest videos. I love it that we had everything on the sake bomb. Sure. You've got to get a misaki bump sure for sure. Oh, yeah. Well, you know, what's so funny? I got the 3061 and I didn't real, you know, I got in like green cuz I really like the color of the 306 and light green but but God, but then I realized I have a green screen. So it was all coming in like with that's really funny. So I know that Geordi had to work. So unfortunately, you know, the handsome One couldn't be here. I'll have to do model poses or something in the meantime, so I try to make up for it or something. So guys great news today. The stimulus bill passed along great news, really really great news. I mean that's a promise that Biden made early on and it passed today in the Senate and it's going to his desk passed in the house people a relief. I think that's what's important here. But what should take guys on the fact that most Republicans have not all all in the Senate and most in the house voted nay. I mean all the voting a today every single one every single one of the house. I believe every single one in the house voted know today. I mean, how do you guys feel about that? It's like I said, Some Democrats voted. Yes on the on the Trump won all like almost all of them. It's it's kind of the total flip side and the first the very first stimulus plan. It was 100% every single Democrat supported it on the black one. It was something like only two of them didn't support it or something. It was it was still a a steep majority of Democrats who supported both bills and that's why when I hear people complain about bipartisanship and say Oh, I thought it was Unity. I thought President Biden was supposed to be dealing with unity. I'm like fuck off like I mean 75% of Americans support this bill most Republicans support. This bill Democrats have offered for all this bipartisan legislation in the past. There's no reason why Republicans should not be supporting this Bill. Here's the thing that bill has bipartisan support of the people of the public as long as saying Republicans Independents Democrats overwhelmingly favored this relief. It's the politicians who have become so asymmetrical With polarized that simply because the Democrats are in favor of a bill that the Public's in favor of the politician Republicans. They all we must be against us. Well, I'm going to play you something. Did you guys see the Tim Ryan take down? Great takedown. I love been have you seen it and seen it? Absolutely. I well. I'm just woke up for everybody else. But you know, I think it's awesome. This is Tim Ryan Democrat really calling at all. All these obstructionists GOP lunatics here. We go off Mister Ryan sent Mister speaker to enter a letter into the record from The Machinist Union without objection. Another gentleman is recognized for one minute. Mr. Speaker. One of the earlier speakers said this is the most dramatic change in labor law in Eighty years and I say thank God in the late seventies a CEO made 35 times the worker today. It's three to four hundred times the worker and our friends on the other side running around with their hair on fire heaven forbid. We pass something that's I'm going to help the dam workers in the United States of America heaven forbid we tilt the balance that has been going in the wrong direction for fifty years. We talk about life you complain we talk about the minimum wage increase you complain we talked about giving them the right to organize you complain, but if we're passing a tax cut here, you'd be all getting in line with us for it. Now. Stop talking about dr. Seuss and start working with us on behalf of your high yield back the balance of my gentlemen. I mean, I thought that was dead. But look at this. Here's what the problem is though. Go back to that screen for a second if you can. Oh, okay, that's going to be hard. Okay. Well the screen as you have the screen there there was a pop up for Lauren Barber and it said Lauren babur shreds Democrats..... As a pop up and so you're even dead. There a message being delivered that so common sense. But at the same time you have someone like the Forbes elevating a bobber as though she's a credible counter voice to that and that's what popped up as you were playing that and that's really what it's really what's wrong right now is is that given those two sides the same issue in one side wants to help the people and the other side a bird is just a disgusting troll. Yeah. I mean he you know, I didn't see that. Hold on they had let me see if I can find that hold on. Hold on because you know now you got me curious here we go. I can get it up pretty quick. Thanks to Bluetooth. Okay, hold on. You can get Consulting clients. Hold on. I got to just get through the freaking. All right. Let me just get this. Here we go. Share. Look. I'm the only one who doesn't show. I'm the only producer I am. So here we go. Let's see. What's the weather we sing this pop-up do any play the last time on the bottom left as a letter into the record from the machine if you had a problem with texting enough gentleman is recognized for 1000 Mister speaker. One of the earlier speakers said this is the most dramatic change and labor law in Eighty years and I say thank God in the late seventies a CEO made 35 times the worker today. It's three to four hundred times the worker and our friends on the other side running around with their hair on fire truck for bed. We pass something that's going to help the dam workers in the United States of America heaven forbid. We tilt the balance that has been gone wrong direction dead. For fifty years we talked about pensions you complained we talk about the minimum wage increase you complain we talked about giving them the right to organize you complain, but if we're passing down here, you'd be all getting in line about dr. Seuss and start working with us on behalf of the American. Yeah. I see what you're saying that time. It was an antibiotic one, right? Yeah. That's it's probably set to some sort of playlist or or recent video that you know supposed to contradict whatever is going on in their life and elevates though the both sides sort of nature of oh, this is Democrat special for the well. Look what Biden's doing here and they manufacture this outrage about like all of a sudden there's a border crisis all of a sudden there. Just that Ted Cruz and Fox News won't shut up about all of a sudden. Dr. Seuss is the biggest problem in America and mr. Potato Head is the biggest problem in America. It's cuz they really at the end of the day don't have any ideas and don't have anything to run on. So they're trying to distract with all this bullshit and all this garbage issues because the Democrat platform is so popular and it's Common Sense shipped like we're in the worst pandemic in over a century and maybe an American history. You gotta support people when when you're in that sort of situation people need money. They've been out of work for a long time. It's common sense to want to put money in to help people get vaccinated helps the people who shout the loudest about we need to open schools. We need to open schools. They just voted against funding to open schools. So I'm sick of like they're bullshit day out. Yeah. No, I know and I totally agree, but but that's the whole that's the whole problem guys. I mean, what are you doing now? This is this why I love home. Guys aren't because I really really truly believe and I was telling a friend of mine before we were we were on the way to a hike and I go the difference that you know, cuz most of the time Dora cleaning after the president wins in the midterms that President's party loses in the house and I said the differences wage now we have guys like the Lincoln project and Midas Touch and really American and especially you guys who are on the ground I go with my friend near I go. Yeah. These guys are on the ground. They are you know, they're doing everything they can and I think Georgia it's too too Stacey Abrams and you guys So what are you doing? Now? You know, are you preparing for the 2020? You know for the midterms. Do you see the are you able to see John the link? I just put in the private chat. Are you able to see that that link? Let me see. Yeah, so if you click that that's an example of a video that we put out yesterday off of us controlling The Narrative of what's going on right now. We just opposed the work of the Democrats with the distractions and just wage other stupidity of the GQ p and then reading dr. Seuss. And so that video was called cancel the GOP and that was a top Trend yesterday, but the video that we have are appealing to the 75% of Americans who are out there who support this agenda and what we're reminding them is what the dog? QP is doing is not helping you. If you want these benefits delivered to you if you want people fighting for you. You should be supporting Democrats in your own life just because they don't actually the only group representing you. So yeah, if you want to play that link or you're able to pull that up John, I think that's a I have to pull it up cuz I don't I'm afraid to click on it and then it cuts to show off. So hold on. Let me just you know, I'll get it from your here. Here it is. Okay. All right. No. No, I'm not doing any ads I hate. Okay, hold on it starts out with Kevin McCarthy, right? Yeah, that's the one I'm right here. I'm going to share that one. Now. Are you guys Yankees and Mets Mets? Oh man. I feel bad. Yeah anything that doesn't really win. That's all we support. All right. So here it is. Green Eggs and Ham by dr. Seuss Sam. I Am that Sam I am not like that's the Senate has officially taken up President Biden's American Rescue plan the law-makers day the late into the night for a marathon reading of the entire proposal. I do not like them sam-i-am. I do not like we are going to power through and finish this bill. However long it takes I do not like them in a house. I do not like the President Biden's 1.9 trillion dollar pandemic relief package has the Senate on Saturday at $1,400 checks on luggage benefits will be now extended through early September expands the child tax credit to as much as $3,600 per child over the age of six billions of dollars for school, reopening vaccinations, testing of state and local governments. I would not could not it's great. I can say we've taken more giant step forward and delivering on that promise. It helped us on the way. Lovett guys. Yeah, you have it. Yep. So, I mean, I think we need a highlight these wins. I think you know in the past. You know, how was it about the ACA a lot? When the Affordable Care Act Obamacare when that past, you know Midas Touch wasn't a thing. I don't really know what the landscape was on digital and things like that. But I distinctly remember all the Democrats who work so hard to pass that piece of legislation ran away from it pretty quickly. They saw polling that said, you know at that time it was pretty fifty-fifty or maybe the majority of people didn't quite support it cuz the GOP did a good job of branding it as a bad thing and they ran away from a landmark bill that helped a lot of people and I think it's important when we have a relation like this that has a lot of really tangible benefits for people that we don't run away from something like that, but we own it and we tell people why it's so good and people are going to see that it's changing. Lives, I mean the last year for a lot of people especially parents with young kids and and you know seniors has been awful people have been totally isolated. But now we're going to start seeing people go back to schools. We're gonna push start seeing people go back to restaurants real life normal life is going to slowly start trickling back and people are going to understand that it's because these vaccines are being distributed at unprecedented rates and that the viruses slowing at the at the biggest rate since the start of the pandemic and those things. I I think and I hope will carry us through 2022 and and allow us to have some victories when people say oh shit like we had all these promises and now life is substantially better than I could have ever dreamed that it was and in twenty-twenty. Well everyone go to Midas Touch. Com and get in a dirt. I loved their shirts and donate, you know, you know to these guys, but let me ask you two been I talked to my attorney myself fuck off. The last time I had you guys on we were talking about sending my fat ass out to Washington to to interview these politicians and you guys were interested in you know, and being a part of that but then you went cold call me mother. I was waiting for your follow-up. I'm I'm supposed to do all the labor know I'll do you know, how long I thought you guys, you know were going to help we're going to help get me to camera crew and the flight and then and then I'll do all the things from Midas Touch. It takes two to tango. We both got a Revolt you play Both of Us for the for dropping the ball after we should have texted each other. I did. I I sent something. I got to me, but you know what we gotta figure it out, but you know, they don't put it on me, but I think the we will we will we will make something happen. I don't know if it's going to be super immediate, but it would be amazing to have you out there in the field and and doing shit, but I need a job. Be it'd be a lot of fun but we got we got also have a lot of initiatives and stuff that we gotta keep going and and we gotta build over these sort of, you know off years when they're not when there's not a pressing election and we gotta keep you know, Push Messaging forward and doing everything we can in terms of that respect but once things start ramping up and like there are big events and stuff like that. I mean getting you out there's going to be hilarious and I mean off and you know, I kid I'm not really mad, but I would love to do it, you know, because I mean there's nothing more. Oh guys. Could you imagine me getting it, you know approach Mitch McConnell and just you know, asking him real questions, but you know, like everything, you know, you know when you master bath and relax I'm happy we have been on staff. I'm happy been works with my dispatch because you probably get a sued them. Be a big Stuttering John lawsuit against us after I wasn't the actual we got sued really no never and in fact, I was the only person who sued and I stood on a guy that's funny now. Yeah, we got we got to figure it out for sure. We got we got to figure it out. I would love to going to be Josh Hawley Lindsey Graham Marjorie trade a green / Orange Bowl, but I would love I like I froth at the mouth just thinking about it cuz you know, I'm going to make them look like idiots. You gotta figure out a way to get boba Don the podcast. I don't know. I don't know how you do it. But there's gotta be a way to trick her to appear on this podcast. I don't know if that's going to happen cuz she follows me and she yeah and I and I wrote this one thing I just said you are a vile piece of shit. And you know, did you know we sued Marjorie Taylor Greene know did you? We did we did it. We did indeed then want to break down the breakdown the suit. Yeah, please ma'am. Yeah, she blocked us on Twitter and it is a constitutional violation against our Free Speech rights need to be blocked on Twitter using her Public Accounts that you use has to find raise it would be like her shutting us out of a public space in a public forum. And so there's actually been significant precedent from Trump blocking people and then other Congress members blocking people who's a lawsuit. We're actually block someone and I was actually sued and had a resolve that case and so the case law is fairly clear politicians can't block the public who want to engage in that type of discourse. So we stood our federal court and then the next day she unblocked every single person that she had everyone she ever blocks. You unblocked all of a sudden we started getting all these comments holyshit and now she dead Now people get to have fun on respond to you know, it's it's like that interview with Piers Morgan the other the other day. It's like, okay look you want to talk shit. Appears over you want to talk shit, you know talk shyt. But when people go back at you don't wanting that you're being canceled, you know, like fight fight with your ideas, you know, that's the thing when they're confronted with the facts rather than deal with the big. Oh, you're trying to cancel me. You trying to cancel it? Like no. I'm not you say dumb shit and I called you out for saying dumb shit, but it's not canceling. You don't say the dumb shit and that's like, you know, you just think about it like third grade or second grade or kindergarten. You know, it's like the bully who you okay? Okay enough and all right, listen bully. Fuck you shut the fuk up and then the bully wines and goes back to meet their meat. That's what the GPS doing right now. But let me ask you then. There are six Senators. I believe from the Republican parties that are leaving now either it's five or six. So what I guess what I'm asking are you guys going Grassroots down into those places to try and promote the Democratic candidates. Absolutely. I think the field of who the Democratic candidates are that's not known yet. Who who the Democratic candidates are, but we certainly want to set the stage in these areas. Is that the gene QP is not representing your interests. They are a very narrow white supremacist throwback to get these kind of bigoted far right-wing parties in Europe. That's what the GQ P has become and I think we just generally want to frame what this is now. I mean when you look at the polls home, you know, when when 75% support to the American Recovery Act when you have overwhelming support for things like the minimum wage, these are issues that you know, if you put the Democratic platform as a referendum setting aside political parties, the American people would vote for each and every one of these items the Democratic party that is actually fighting for and so we just need to align interests with Democratic candidates and starving reminding people not to fall for these distractions and that thought Republicans are just governing by Distraction at this point. Yeah, and the other question is did you drop the the suit after Marjorie tell her green unblocked you lost is actually still pending and I'm doing for you and we'll see where it goes. You know, it's attorneys fees whatever the damages are. But you know, we've been severely damaged clearly at night. It's let's do this is not this is right. It's been really it's been really hard as a lot of emotional distress. I have had I've been waking up later. You know, I've had had occasionally it's been tough. So, you know, somebody said somebody hey men the guy in the right looks stoned off the green lawsuit there. It is. Just very relaxed. That's so we did a whole skid on our podcast the other dog About so one of the people who are retiring is Roy blunt. And so the new Republican senator retires, we call that smoke in the Roy blunt. And so we go which Republican Senators to smoke the right blend which means retiring. Well awesome. Awesome. And I think that's one of the most some great. Yeah. It's really going to catch on. Yeah. So, what do you think though, but about like the mod retailer Greens in the Longbow birds? I mean they can't win again cuz you guys get behind Greg Smith. And please please place, you know, help him Muncie Creek alarm beaubourg cuz I can't take that chick will get behind who's ever in the seat going up against them whether it's him or then I know there's a field of candidates will see who ends up getting a seat and we'll get behind them. And I mean the problem is one of the reasons why the Longbow Bert's exists and and by Marjorie hello greens exists as they run in districts that are so heavily gerrymandered to be Republican districts dead. It becomes actually hard no matter how psychotic people are. I mean, that's why they ran qanon candidates in these places cuz they could get in no matter what that's why they'll win like pro-nazi candidates run pro-choice candidates in some places because the district is such that just because they have that are next to their name, which should be a q but just because they have that are next to their name. They'll win any election in those places regardless, but I think we need to pull put up compelling candidates in those districts and but I think we also just need to marginalize these people. I mean they're they're jokes. Like they really have no power at the end of the day. I'm not sure if I took it out. Can you still hear me John? I can still hear you say they they really don't have that much power at the end of the day and that's why the Marjorie Taylor greens of the world. What they're doing is they're invoking whatever kind of power that they do have like causing bullshit votes in the middle of Congress that just delay things and kick the can down the road a little bit like they they they do all this stuff that they do have a game. In their control, but now Marjorie Taylor green is not on our committees anymore like at the end of the day big really don't have power outside of their District. So I think we just need to overwhelm them with you know, the democratic-majority Jeep growing our majority and I think we need to get behind and support candidates or who are going against them and and flip those seats because I mean there's no there should be no rational person on the planet. Who even if you are a republican like they should have look at that and say Yes, I want this. I want this person who believes in Jewish space lasers and you know, God knows what to be running my party. I mean, it's it's crazy then what do you think about the filibuster now now, you know Democrats are really trying to do away with it and they're starting more and more Democrats are on board doing away with the 60-vote majority, you know, which is kind of hard to come by in any year. What do you guys think about the filibuster and should it be abolished? Yeah, I think the filibuster should absolutely be abolished. You know, it is a Remnant off real kind of racism and Prejudice to give minority States, you know, undo power. I mean if you just even look in the Senate the representation of in terms of just voting is that overwhelmingly in terms of boats, it's Democratic, but it's very close in terms of actual Democrats vs. Republicans and you have people in States like a Kentucky like a Mitch McConnell who can hold up legislation. That's frankly beneficial for people who live in Kentucky. I mean, you know, which is why on that they're voting for someone who's actually voting against their interest. They particularly need these types of issues, but also that they were controlling The policy of other Americans and you have bipartisan support for a legislative initiative, like raising the minimum wage or like they you know, the the the code really fact you can have Senators if it's not deemed to be a Reconciliation Bill home. Hold up. What is is needed for the American people? I mean that's you know, it's it's utterly absurd to say that concept exists. But there are a lot of systemic issues. I mean when you really look at it you go from the filibuster to spread said gerrymandering when you see, you know districts that swirling Jim Jordans District had like, you know, and so there's a lot The lesson that the Republicans learned from this last election is what happened on January 6th was was to the public we needed we need to get the result but let's not be so public about like let's let's pass the legislation that suppresses the vote. Let's let's make it more difficult to get Democrats g-power. Let's figure out ways to for example, if the governor can can help put new Senators into Power. Let's create laws that say no it's actually the assembly that gets to choose who the senator that's what Mitch McConnell wants to do in Kentucky. So it's just rewriting the rules in ways that people who operate in good faith. Don't even think about it because we're trying to do things for the American people. We're not trying to figure out how you take contracts social contracts and fuck them up to keep the 1% in place. And that's what the Republicans are are doing. And when you operate with that framework and the other side of the Democrats were not trying to cheat when we were trying to do a result and they're trying so it's very hard to compete sometimes when you have ideas and they have cheaters and the cheaters are able to cheat without accountability. That's the that's the home. So, yes, we need to get rid of the filibuster but there are other issues too that are just you know that are equally as impressive. Yeah, if it weren't for if it weren't for gerrymandering mcnicholas would not be in the Senate anymore. I mean what I mean? Yeah, it wasn't for gerrymandering. There are way more democratic voters the Electoral College. Everything is skewed to help the minority the page and the minority white group from small southern white States. Yeah, not at the adverse against minorities. So have you guys been following Donnie dick head Junior? I mean, have you been watching his slow fall into the abyss and into the cocaine Abyss? Have you been watching his videos? He's a mess. You know, I watched a few in the beginning and you know, I know I'm not one to suck. Yeah, that's a lot of if you zoom in on the on the mouse, do you see a lot of weird things going on Koke sort of things. But like, you know, I'm not one to hate on anybody else. His background given that I don't really have a good room rate or situation going on here, but him standing in front of the guns and every video is not the best look in the world in my opinion. He's got like the soonest like he like Brands his videos with a Don Jr. On the top right top left as if he's like a brand Don Jr. And he just you know, he complains about the same old shit of their canceling me and and it's very busy, That's when he's talking about, you know, yelling about schools and teachers and stuff and you're standing in front of a a body of weapons behind you like what kind of message is he trying to send to people with these videos? Honestly, it's sad if if somebody really loved him, you know, I think they would step in and and and try to help the guy out because you know not doing great well and not only that he changes I don't know if you see like he'll go like back then, you know the kind of do this and then they'll go we gotta give you you know, like like his voice intonation of his voice. It's almost like he's doing a shity wage. Chanel impression of his dad and he does this weird nasally thing and I I would I would totally even butcher it if I tried to do his impression of his dad's impression, but but it's sad it's sad it's sad it's sad, it's really it's interesting. Sometimes at the end of the day. We there are lots of people who need help they need politicians to help them during these very uncertain times. We need them to be helped with their health. We need to get people vaccines. We need to get people more money. We need to give people a living wage there shouldn't be a big fight over whether you should have a wage to live like that's the dumbest concept use. Yes. You should have a living wage. Okay, and we just need to simplify. I think these issues too as Democrats like Democrats is Brett mentioned earlier. They should be going back to their districts tomorrow and speaking with the constituents and look what we delivered for you while they were reading. Dr. I'd like to see by to take more visits to Texas to Florida. I'd like to see Democrats go in there and really talk about this platform for the people because of the numbers are with the Democratic party. Like that's why it's great at might as touched like we are we are winning in terms of what the idea is the American people like we just have to now get the right people elected who pop of those ideas. Yeah. No. No, I know and the other thing I want to say about donning dick head junior is the last video we just did not fire. I'm just telling you I don't know if you saw this. What was the last one? I didn't see it. Oh, it's great. He is trying to say he'll make well it's it's cuz it's just so bad. It's great. But he is now dead. He it backfired cuz he's trying to say that he didn't watch the Meghan Markle interview, but how dare her for saying that she had a hard life? But he's trying to like say it but then yet he talks about Meghan Markle for eight minutes. So I believe so look desperate. Listen. I'm not going to talk about Meghan Markle, but let me spend the next twenty five minutes talking about Meghan Markle everybody. Okay, she is a person who grew up privileged people who grew up privileged don't have anything to complain about while he's not Junior tied the Moose Lodge person on the planet being that's just all thing, right? Yeah. I thought the Meghan Markle thing was interesting. Just how many of these you know, Don Jr. Ben Shapiro all these types of jobs were so like they found an issue where they're like, oh, it's somebody who's talking about the ills of racism. So, it's somebody you know who Liberals are seem to be supporting. We need to come out forcefully against this and they like made it their mission to it's like do you really care so much about this story Ben Shapiro or did you hear that? Somebody said that racism was a thing and now you have to step in and say no it's not. No it's not dead. What she experienced thought? Oh, no, like and I think it just shows also their nature is very contrarian. A lot of these people like it doesn't even have to do with what the specific ideas are like we should all agree racism is bad and things that Meghan Markle was talking about, you know, if if true are horrible horrific things, but their first instinct is always if this group of people are supporting it then I need to be forcefully against it and I think that kind of mindset is what extends you know, that's why that issue somehow became this like weird politicized life is right thing where Republicans were defending the British Monarchy. I don't even know how that happens. But I think that extends through all these cultural issues and bills and things that things could be totally logical things could be really good for people. But if you see an AOC if you see a job I'd and if you see a Midas Touch supporting it or whatever it may be u e They have to be against it. It's just in your nature. They have to oh, yeah, and that's and that's said and you're well, you know Piers Morgan is a Trumper and and this this and it's just like Trump is the funniest thing. I don't know if you saw the video, but you know, he sat there and he's been complaining about Meghan Markle for like the last two days. So finally his off the weatherman Alex. I forget his last name. I saw I told them out and goes, you know, even whining just because she you know unfriended U, you know, and then all you do is whine and he goes off that's it. I can't take this. I'm out of here. So in other words like this is another like, you know, Trump guy who could dish it out, but man he can't take it and not take it. He left the show lucky day. He walked out and he just kept walking and stopped walking. He just kept walking away. Yeah. No, I mean Peirce is like the ultimate sort of, you know dish it out, but you can't take it character and they're all they're all that way. Once they get called out. Either video appears talking about at least what he thought was his date with Meghan Markle. Yeah. Yeah, and he said that this morning he said that he got ghosted by her. Yeah, and so it adds a whole other layer to it that he at least thought he was on a date with her and then she never returned his calls again and that's why he's getting so butthurt because she met Harry who's much better off, you know and isn't an abstract like he is can you believe that they've give that guy Larry King slot on CNN and he actually wants know they thinking but that's a funny he follows me and I was at and I was I was like sitting on like four or five tweets I call him out for being like, you know, horrible racist and you know, and you know life and did not believe that she was that she was suicidal list is a reprehensible. He didn't respond to one of them. Normally he would respond to me, but I'm guessing game. So many people came out against them according to the the Good Morning Britain. They got 40,000 people, you know emailing get rid of peers. You know what I mean home. He's a big Blocker on Twitter too. He blocks a lot of people and I've seen I saw a lot of people from Big accounts to really small accounts with very few followers say that they were blocked by purists for calling about for ever thought you said but I mean, once again, it's not you're not being canceled. It's called you said something stupid and people are are now giving their response to your stupid statement. Like are you allowed to voice your stupidity and then the market can't decide what to do with that. I mean that's kind of the whole free market principles that work Timothy. Tyson says Pierce claimed that Omarosa wanted him home. I guess he had some delusion that all women ya want to be with them. Yeah. They're powerful people in the in the dog. It states. What do you guys think about the job that binds doing? I think he's doing a great job the fact that when the Meghan Markle story is a story tells you the job that bite us doing like you never be in case under the Trump Administration where anything other than Trump telling you to drink bleach would be a top story in the news. And now on with the Biden administration were talking about Meghan Markle or the British. It's like fantastic. Let's look at like let's talk about what's going on in the UK. It's exactly what you wanted the president, you know, you want someone who's heads down who's doing the paperwork who's getting legislation passed was working every day. He's not on golf courses. You can see the guy, you know, partying while Americans are suffering. He empathized Jack is everyone of his statements, you know has been very thoughtful and delivered to you know, in a way that's not at hot weather or you know, or wage Do get like Trump's and we just don't have a president who's a distraction which is which is great. It's exactly what you want know and you know what the biggest Scandal now is with the bidens his dog his dog bit a secret service guy. I mean, that's the big Scandal that they can come up with. I mean, can you believe that? Once again, I'm happy that's the biggest Scandal that we have to be concerned about right now. But in like what I've noticed too and there are a lot of amazing reporters out there. Don't get me wrong a lot of people to do a fantastic job, but there are some people now in that White House Press briefing room who just legitimately don't know how to handle an Administration that's not just totally filled with chaos and controversy yesterday. At least a handful of the questions were about the dog. One of the questions was are they going to euthanize the dog? Literally a Washington Post reporter asked are you going to euthanize major Biden and Jensen? He's like no, we're not going to kill his dog cuz he nipped at a secret service agent. One of the questions was I don't understand Biden thought that he was getting a cat. Where's the cat when I was like, I was like, I can't I can't I can't come up with the term sake bar and PSA Ki. Yeah, Lucky Bob whatever she responds to them and you know appropriately but forcibly telling the reporters at their question is a nonsense question only to the nonsense questions about what we call a flock about if you have one of those shirts getting send me a no freaking where the best-selling item. Yeah sake hopefully get it to me. I'll you know, I always pay his shirts. I have like your shirts and this this another I figured I think there was another person who had like a, you know a shirt thing. I mean, I was trying to change anything that you know, anything that is, you know, you're helping you guys out or Stuttering John podcast like anything that would be good. And I would certainly definitely I would wager that I saw Jen sake today talking about Biden's border plan and isn't it kind of relieving that Biden is trying now to get to reunite all those hundreds of kids back with them? Parents that Trump would not and did not do yeah, I think somewhere between a hundred and two hundred have already been reunited which is which is pretty fantastic. You know, I think there is just a clear difference in leadership and I think A lot of the criticism I'm seeing and we should be critical and we should hold you know, I'd into account to reunite these families and do everything we can but when I hear somebody say, you know Trump had cages and Biden head office has you know facilities and I'm like it's it's apples to oranges here. I mean Trump actually kept kids in cages and separated them from their families, Joe Biden has facilities that people could have where they kept a comfortable place to sleep in have covered pretty calls or getting fed or you know, there's a place and there's a system set up to then reunite those people with the families that they may have been separated with them. Then you waiting circumstances, but I mean what's you know, it's a hard situation but it's kind of like what's the alternative there? Would you rather a kid be an orphan and be on the street somewhere in the Border may be rather the government take them in and say hey we're going to do everything we can to reunite you with your mom with your Dad. We're going to feed you in the mean time. We're going to make sure you're safe from covid-19. That's the more Humane thing to do than life. A six-year-old kid or or nine year old kid or whatever. It may be just suffer along the border with no food with no family with nothing. Yeah. No, I know. Hey, did you guys see the Katie Porter do the take down on the oil guy? I love me a good Katie Porter take down. Once Katie Porter gets out the Whiteboard. No shit is about to get rid and have you seen this? No, I haven't seen I just played it's only a minute and thank you Christy use our new member on YouTube. Thank you very much. Follow me on Twitter or Stuttering John and they're okay. Check this one out. I always I'm the only one here guys. I know you have at least three is but I'm the only one who prepares all this stuff for my shelf and it's a lot even when it's three of us. So I thought I get it people don't understand the work that goes into putting on something like this. I know and by the way guys today is the last day for the month at least for the cycle of superchat. So keep the super chance to come in, okay. Go between ninety percent of the cost of drilling how much of those intangible drilling costs. Do you need to deduct right away from? We get to do that all of those just like any other business. We do not much in this conception out there in your operating from that somehow the oil and gas industry have been off for some special sort of tax structure. We don't we actually we actually I will follow up with you, but it's nice, but you do benefit from special rules. There's a special tax rule for intangible drilling costs, but does not apply to other kinds of expenses that businesses hath. You can just about 70% of your cost immediately and other businesses have to amortize their expenses over their entire Profit Stream. We we also please don't please don't have anybody telling me about a gas industry doesn't have a special tax Provisions is if you would like that to be the rule I would be happy to help Congress deliver. I yield back home. I love her. Yeah, she's she's she's great cuz she comes armed with facts. You know, she she knows I think like any good prosecutor been you might be able to speak this she knows what their answer is going to be before she asks the question and she has the rebuttal prepared right away ready to go and and she's great. She's I think a California, she's California, right Katie Porter. I think she's out here off on the South Bay. She is fantastic and we need more passion like that. I mean the Kati porters the Tim Ryan's of the world. That's what we need to be seeing out there every day. We need to be holding these people to count and when Democrats get passionate there, you know fighting for a fairer tax code or they're fighting for workers to join a union when you see a republican if they put that side by side on CNN, they would show Bert screaming about dr. Seuss or why don't you let my terrorist friends attack the capital again or something in both. Both parties are not the same they're fighting for different things and woke. What drives me crazy you guys this whole like trying to blame the Democrats and Biden on canceled culture. It's like first of all canceled culture has been going on since the beginning of time. I mean, Jesus was canceled, you know, you know, I mean, come on like and then you raise a good point there. Let me tell you the cancel culture. We should be worried about the Jesus time would be a cancel culture to be concerned about where someone is actually killed with your religious views cancel culture. We should be worried about is the president of the United States using their power to attack private businesses and individuals and deprive them of a vocation deprive them of their human rights counter-culture. We should be worried about in other countries literally canceling people on the basis of their religion and committing kind of mass murder that is canceled off. Sure, what it truly is having a debate and saying our ideas are logical in your ideas or illogical or off. We shouldn't support a private corporation that has the leaders who use racial slurs unless they apologized or change their leadership home that's not cancel culture that is people coming together and exercising their first amendment rights to criticize things and and to criticize the way powerful people, you know, make money and and and and the type of contact that they engage in but true canceled culture is what the Republicans did and what they want to do which is to use government power to attack the people and individuals who disagree with power off. And that's why they whine about cancel culture because they what they really want is to get that power back and use it from a government perspective to crack down on on individuals. And so the idea that we can talk critically again about corporations and people especially powerful people who engage in Bad Axe. That's that's as American as apple pie. That's that's that's what our person that means form. They also it's also fabricated issues right there. There may be concerns and issues. I have not heard a single Democrat or liberal have not had a friend or family member say anything about dr. Seuss in their life say anything because it's not an issue. No one gives a shit. It's a private if they private decision made by doc like that. It's a private decision made by dr. Seuss Enterprises that they decided a year ago to assemble this group of experts to figure out wage. What books may have racist conduct in them and imagery they decided to remove six books that probably honestly weren't even selling. Well, I I hadn't heard of any of the six books I and and they made a decision and then the Republicans go to the floor and they try to act like Joe Biden himself made a decree that dr. Seuss is now hereby banned. I mean, it's just like no one care like no one cares and the amount of air time it gets on Fox News and stuff to pretend like there's some like liberal conspiracy or Joe Biden conspiracy that you can no longer like dr. Seuss. I'm like well like when you even talk, what are you even talking about? And one of the things I've I've said to Ben is also if you're going to like defend these books so strongly why don't you show the actual pages from the books that you're defending that you say that they may if you think they made the wrong decision show the pages of the extremely racist anti Asian imagery in the dr. Seuss books that they decided not to show the ant thoughts. Black imagery that they decided not to show show those don't start reading Cat in the Hat don't read. Oh the Places You'll Go no one gives a shit about those books. And so at least be if you go to stand if you want to be racist be racist be honest about it come out and say yes, I support this this is this is what I support and but they would never they would never do that because they know it's they know it's bulshit to begin with. That's a great Point man that long you know that serious. I mean because it's true like why are you reading freaking, you know Cat in the Hat? You know, I mean, it's just it's Kevin. Okay show show the dock is racist photo horrible Asian imagery and the you know, the racist Asian imagery, you know, Kevin McCarthy and say we need this in America. This is what we need America. They don't do they don't even engage in the right discussion because they're disingenuous disingenuous people. Like if that's his debate then then then then are doing buddy go out birth. And say this is what you say don't give me a big straw ban argument on they're all just like the they think governing is being a Twitter troll. They really just think if they rile people up on these rile people up enough on these cultural issues that they'll distract people from the fact that they were actively fighting against getting people $1,400 and stimulus check small and local government in a vaccine distribution all of this stuff. They hope that they could make you forget about that by saying look what they're doing over here. Look at the Democrats try to take away your freedom to do X Y or Z and we're like What like we're not we're trying to get people vaccines. We're not talking about that shit. Like we like shut the fuk up. Yeah, and isn't it just so great. I mean, it's it's great to not have to wake up every morning to see some stupid Trump tweets. Yo it honestly I do I wake up feeling better every day because of it. It really is it's dead. It's it's so much better all these people doing the canceling also all my life growing up. I remember these are the people who would like be protesting outside of movie theaters. If there was like a violent movie or like protesting Eminem Warriors and think that these are these are the same people complaining about cancel culture today. It's the most hypocritical it's the most hypocritical thing on the planet but yes waking up everyday and not having Trump Tweets in my face really is an excellent. What we heard is that Facebook's board right now is convening because Trump actually filed an appeal to be reinstated on the service jobs. And so they have a unlike Twitter which basically Jack decides, you know, you're done you're not getting back on Facebook actually has a board that decides if they're going to allow somebody to come back on track debate in right now. If Trump is allowed to come back on and spread as messages on Facebook. And so we actually have a petition going that you could probably find on our Twitter. We could probably tweet it out after this if anyone needs to home. Yeah, but we we got a petition going to try to put pressure on on the Facebook board to not allow Trump back on their platform because as we now know over I think somewhere between 53 and 79% of this information on the entire internet went down after Trump was banned from these platforms and Trump obviously incited an Insurrection that killed at least four or five people on the day and then resulted in multiple suicides and other deaths after the fact and countless injuries. And so I think it's about most importance that we we don't let the sky back on one wage most popular platforms out there to spread, you know, more hate and and incite more violence know I know and and it's I mean the thing that I worry about is that Mark Zuckerberg is it's jumper, isn't he? Yeah, he seems like one of these weird like Tech Bros that sort of libertarian ish and you know likes conservative policies Facebook itself. It's just like the world's worst website on the planet. I I mean we're on it because we can't see the space to a totally conservative, you know, just let them own the space, but the fan and then just the one be spread. I always I'm always corrected and John I told you they're not conservative. They're they're not anymore. And so I don't like to call them conservative because I don't you an overview Trump as a conservative. I know maybe I've you moved as a conservative. Yes Patrol visit McCarthy is and these are crazy. These are crazy laggy, you know, I called people like and that's the irony of trump going out and calling all these people who are against them. Rhinos when he really at the end of the day was and remains. I mean the Republican party is so dead. Change now that I guess he is. What a republican is just a crazy lunatic fringe Nut Job conspiracy theorist nut job, but he is the biggest rhino on the planet. If you're defining Republican, if you age defining conservative someone who wants smaller government who doesn't want a who wants to lower the deficit, you know, who cares about maybe conservation of the environment who wants freedom of speech who do you know the government off your back the the Republican Party could not be further away from conservative values. It's really it just say it's a fascist party what been said earlier it's like a farmer right fascist party in another country. But the thing that terrifies me quite frankly is that in a lot of those European countries those parties are Fringe, they're marginalized they exist but they have maybe four or five other parties and they're not a major party in most cases, but here if the balance of power does shift and twenty twenty to age Does shift in 2024 our alternative is not okay, we're going from a liberal party too conservative party. It's we're going from a party that believes in democracy to a party that wants an all-out assault on democracy and wants to reshape the country and they fascist authoritarian vision and that's what scares me and that's what keeps me up at night. And that's why the work of you know Midas Touch and all the activists on the ground and the world that the Democrats are doing right now are are so important and it's also why we have to hold the Democratic party accountable to to deliver on these promises like they just did with the American Rescue plan because if we're not delivering on these purposes four people, then you might get that sort of shifted 20-22 where people say Hey, you know I voted for them. But you know, I didn't get a check. I didn't get you know, X Y or Z and the alternative is is far too scary for me to you know to let our foot up on the gas for one second. Well, isn't it nice also that Joe Biden has not gulped once has not spent off. 100000 of taxpayer money to go golfing not once yeah, he he's a serious person. He's he he's a real he's a real serious person. He cares about his family. You know, he he's religious which you know, some people might be as a good thing some people might view as a bad thing. But his faith is very important to him. His family is very important in this community is very important to him. He's a guy who I genuinely think wants to get things done and understands the he understands pain from his own family story. He understands took his able to empathize with people and I think if you look back the list of democratic possible Democratic candidates for president, I think in retrospect it's hard to find out it's hard to imagine anybody else would have been nominated and what if one that's yeah. I mean, he's the he's just kind of the man for this for this time and yep. He started telling us to drink bleach if he started golfing every day, if he started giving psychotic press conferences. I wouldn't support him. Yeah, you know my boss just to the country and I think he's doing a good job. But if he did if he started doing things that were fucked up, you know, there's no Cult of Joe Biden seems like it's like they you know, we'll we'll hold him accountable but you know, he's if it was up to him, we'd have the minimum wage passed. Yeah. Yeah, and by the way and that and that drives me crazy too, when you see people from kind of the far left criticized by then say, oh, he never wanted a minimum wage. Look he's not delivering because we didn't get a hundred percent of what we ask for I go boss will bullshit. That's one of the biggest priorities for the Democratic party and for Joe Biden, but the fact is we live in a democracy. We live in a government where there is a process to get these things pass. I think they exhausted nearly every option that they possibly could to get the bill through without them tying The Spill up in the courts and then delaying their relief and the aid that people really desperately need a job and we need to do what we can and we need a tried I was as mad as anybody that we couldn't get fifteen dollars an hour hour past but it doesn't mean you spike the football and go home because you didn't get everything you wanted in the first piece of legislation that came out and just like it's bullshit and that's the kind of attitude that I think divides and I think is I think it's really bad for the country. You know, what's so weird guys. I have four of my cousins in you know in Long Island, but while they were from Long Island, but you know somewhere in Boston, but they they just emailed me on Facebook know like the private email and it's all this, you know, they're born again Christians and they send me something from Charlie Kirk who we all know is an ALT, right lunatic dead. You know, you know AKA Alex Jones. Yeah, you know you're alone is a it's some past or somewhere questioning, you know saying Joe Biden is anti-catholic anti-christian and you know, and and meanwhile, I'm going what garbage are you guys like if she cuz you have to believe the truth what truth? I mean these these people are lunatics off like evangelicals that are against buying our and for Trump, they're freaking crazy man. I think that what the Trump Administration exposed if it hadn't been exposed yet is that this Evangelical movement and I'm not speaking to all Evangelical Christians here, but the specific Evangelical sort of political movement. They act like it's based around religion, but I really believe that it's based around propping up white supremacy at the end of the day. I think that is the end goal. Trump was there guy who was doing that for them drop was their guy off. Was putting in judges and and shaking up the system in a way that allowed them to get these extremely radical judges in all across the country and pass legislation that maybe liked that were anti-abortion things like that and they view everything through that lens. But I think really at the end of the day, I think they are trying to uphold white supremacy and Biden is a threat to that and the Democrats just isn't a threat to that so, you know, the only way to that's why Trump would say, oh, he hates God when meanwhile, you know, what's Trump doing every Sunday what's Biden doing? Every Sunday Trump is on the golf course and Biden is actually in church with his family and Biden is cuz like one of the most like religious presidents we've had in in modern history and and has been his entire life. He wears Faith honesty just a ridiculous and disingenuous argument even argue otherwise and there's an alternative, you know issues at play there. What do you have in your hand Brett? It's a it's a it's a it's a tennis ball. That's a tennis ball. It's a little tennis. It's honestly my dog's toy which I have in here, but it's not it's not my it's on my desk as a stress as a stress ball right now, you know, you know I'm home and there's anyway because it's been on for two hours, but tell me what you guys are up to next. We got a lot of plans through 2022. I think, you know we probably said this before but the fact is that for far too long Democrats didn't start campaigning. So to speak until a 90 days, you know, a hundred eighty days out from an election right. Now. We're seeing people are going to be starting to vote for twenty twenty-two candidates within the year within within the next year off the first votes for 20 22 are happening. So we better start now and that has to do with you know specific races, but it also has to do with hey Taco Ben benim Siz. Cap off so has to do with men talk to do the keto Taco for short but it also has to do with you know, she'll showing our winds along the way we are, you know, we just need to grow every day. We need to be supporting policy proposals that we think are beneficial for Americans. I mean at the end of the day, I don't I don't know. Like one week pass things like the American Rescue plan because it helps Democrats. I like going past things like the America recommend cuz it helps Americans and it helps people and I think there are too many people out there who are who are suffering every day off. So I think we just need to keep our heads down be doing the work try to ignore the noise as much as possible or just say, oh look, they're doing all this noise because they don't want you to know X Y and Z. They don't want to know that the Democratic just passed this or that we're doing this. So I think we just did it be out there before sfil. I hope we're able to learn from what we did in Georgia and are on the ground efforts and apply them on a bigger scale come 20/20 to come twenty twenty four, you know, it all depends how in the next year how are able to grow and and scale this organization up so that we could do more on the ground efforts run more TV ads do more Billboards and things like that. So, you know, we're just going to get it got to keep it all going. Well. Thanks Brett. And you know the keto is what kind of dog been dead. Like he does a Maltese. He's a freaking cutest dog. I liked that dog. I mean, you know, like I normally don't like the like tiny ones but that one looks like a good damn dog. Will listen man. Thanks. Thank you guys for coming on. I really appreciate it. And I I think you're doing the Lord's work and I'm you know, say, you know, please say hi to Jordie for me will do abs. Absolutely and thanks as always for having us and for your support and everybody out there who's watching the guy to support. This is Joe support John. It's a great show One Man Band. I could tell you the three of us do our podcast the might have such podcast. It's really hard to run a podcast especially on your own. So throw your support to John what he's doing here is incredible. Well, thanks and get ahead and plug when you shows on your website and everything else. Yes. We I got the Midas touch podcast that having some great guests and great shows off. That's mitas m e i d a s touch Midas Touch podcast one word and we have new episodes every Tuesdays and Fridays. So so check it out. We've had a lot of really good shows on subscribe. It's awful early everywhere, you get podcasts, you know, Apple Spotify Stitcher Pandora, wherever you listen, it's there. 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The Stuttering John Podcast-March 10th, 2021-Anthony Scaramucci

The Stuttering John Podcast

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The Stuttering John Podcast-March 10th, 2021-Anthony Scaramucci

"Shut off off off off. Off off off off off. in the home page Off off off off baby. Welcome to the world famous stuttering John podcast. What a show we have today. I am very excited for the return of the music off. Anthony scaramucci to the program. It's been a while. It's been a while. He's been busy with Bitcoin and I want to know what the Bitcoin is. I know what's cryptocurrency but I can't wrap my head around this. So I'm going to talk to Anthony about that. But first, let's just say congrats. They pass the stimulants Bill the house passed it even though most Republicans voted nay on that note. There's my link to donate to the podcast. Hello to everybody. But he Loco Jaimie Steele Martha Salinas. My mom my sister Alyssa Feldman the very generous Nikki be my moderator and show anyone and Teresa Horsley mark p is here, but I don't want to spend time saying all your names right now because I want to get off. I want to get right to Anthony. So without further Ado I see Anthony's waiting. Let's bring in Anthony scaramucci. I can't hear you though. You're Mike's not on Anthony dead. So I had you I had you on mute there. I apologize your haircut looks great. Look at you. I mean, that's when you cut right trying I got you. I got to get my laminate fixed, you know High eighties happening. All right. No, you looking good. You don't have to worry even even without the lamented fix. You're still looking good. So last time we spoke Donald Trump was your president. Unfortunately. It was my President Bush. We were working tirelessly to kick his ass and right we're allowed to curse on this a little bit. So we were working tirelessly to kick his ass. And so that was good that was good for the world good for the American people and obviously it help to Quicken the rate of change related to the virus all those things. Yeah. I mean, is it an amazing Anthony when you see Biden gets in stock on executive orders on doing all the trumps crap and then like actually like it seems that the Biden demonstration like they said Trump had no plan for the vaccine. No plan change. Or anything and then biting comes in and now it looks like people are getting more and more vaccinations. Well, I mean, you know, I want to be fair to Anthony fauci. It's not like they didn't have any plans is just that the president decided not to implement them and execute them to the degree necessary moreover after he lost the election he cut back on a lot of things including a fifty million vaccine order to Pfizer. So this a malicious guy very bad guy and he was almost punishing the American people after the Electoral results came in June. So it's just a really good thing that the vice president now President Biden was able to take over obviously Andy slavitt as a good friend of mine and on the coronavirus task force hundreds of millions of vaccines home and ordered he's using the defense production act President Trump didn't want to use that. He's using National Guardsmen to help deploy. The vaccine President Trump didn't want to do that job. The imposition of a national Mass mandate while some of the red leaning states have questions related to that. There's no epidemiologist that would tell you that wouldn't slow down the growth of the virus. And remember these choices are tricky things. If you can just slow it down and you get people vaccinated and you don't get the variance and you can kill off the virus which will lead to better growth of the economy better wage numbers for middle lower income people. So so by and large thank God we had to change at the top because the leadership really does matter. Yeah, and you do notice the change right Anthony. I mean, it's it's so Stark of a contrast my blood pressure. I know about you. My blood pressure is probably down 10 on both sides of the meter, you know, not listening to this moron just the fact that got taken off of Twitter is a fantastic thing. So, you know, if they'll listen to this nonsense this renting dysfunctional lunatic that had the military codes in the nuclear codes to listen to this nonsense so dead. To me, you know, I have my heart rates better. My blood pressure is better and listen. Am I in love with everything Joe Biden is doing I'm not I'm a centre-right person, but I'm not Luna see, okay, and I'm also for the protection of our Constitution and the democracy and so I would take those things over a policy fight any day. I think we have to maintain and enforce the Integrity of the system and cowards and seditionists and Traders like guys like cruise and Holly, you know, I have absolutely no use for those people. I mean we gotta you know, we gotta we gotta fight it out in the intellectual Market Place of ideas. Whoever wins then you know, we gotta beat him the next time it's that simple. Let me ask you something cuz you're a registered Republican, correct? Yes. I still am registered as a republican. Although I don't feel at home in the Republican Party. There's a group of us talking about developing a set of right party to log. Check trumpism. I don't know if that's going to be necessary or not. We'll have to see what happens over the next six to twelve months right now Trump seems very much in control of that party and jump seems like he would be the nominee if he doesn't have indictments before him or prison Time ahead of him. He could likely be the the nominee again at that party. He's got 80% of that party in a stronghold. We'll have to see if that maintains itself. He's had a disastrous run as a politician. However, he's never gotten over fifty percent of the vote popular vote. He only won the presidential election narrowly by thirty-five or forty thousand votes in the Electoral College swing if you will and he is the modern-day Herbert Hoover, he lost the house the Senate and the presidency and four short years. He made the country sicker weaker and poor. We lost thirteen million jobs under his stewardship 5 a.m. Thousand people died twenty eight million people were infected. There was no reason for that. We could have stopped that I I had Tom bossert who was on the coronavirus task force part of the NSA Let Go by President Trump in 2018 on my podcast last March 2020. You said if we don't take the proper steps and measurements, which were fully capable of doing will have at least five hundred thousand people dead in a year. We just went over five hundred and twenty five thousand people today. Could we have had sixty thousand people dead? Listen, that's 60,000 people too many, but this is a tragedy. This is born from Mother Nature. We had the scientific knowledge of scientific wherewithal to prevent those deaths, but we decided due to very poor political leadership not to implement the policies necessary to do that. Let me just give one quick stat if you don't mind. Yeah South Koreans off. Under lockdown orders good bipartisan quarantining. It's a democracy twenty deaths per million the United States 50 state disparate solution to the pandemic. Oh, we had 670 deaths per million only this is outrageous. I mean, this is outrageous that we could be 31 times worse than South Korea. So when we talk about American exceptionalism and the greatness of the country, we let ourselves down as a relates to this pandemic. Yeah, I know and so so a hypothetical if Trump could run again God forbid, but if he does, Will you vote for Biden again? Well, yeah. No, I will be campaigning against Donald Trump, but I actually think what will happen is if he goes to run again a new poll party will form it. Will it's it's originating right now. It'll be five to fifteen percent of the former Republicans will break off from the party to liquidate Donald Trump and any of the remnants of trumpism. And so unless the party goes in a different direction. I think there's going to be a Civil War and a breach in that part. You know Trump is saying to people he's not going to break away and form his own party because he's looked at the numbers he controls that party but there's a good fifteen to twenty percent of the people that do not like him and I think it will necessitate need 5 to 15% of those people leaving. I predicted that will happen if he's the nominee, but you know, there's a lot of a lot of time here between those things happening it's off. Clear to me that he survives the legal Onslaught that he's under it's not clear to me that he survives the ten or twelve. People in the Republican party that look in the mirror every day John and see a future president, you know, these people want to undermine him. I said to somebody it's like that old movie Ghost you remember when the little goblins came out from under the ground and they started attacking the villains and brought them down to Hell those Republican candidates. I think we'll do that to Donald Trump. So I don't I don't think she makes it having said that is he running again? This is the biggest greatest money making scheme of Trumps life you made over three hundred million dollars in the 6th to eight weeks after November 3rd. He can't believe how much money he's been able to make and and and bank as a result of this which is why he's sending out memos this week take my name off of the yep morency fundraising. I don't either I don't want to go into the bucket a I wanted to go into bucket t t I don't I don't I don't need that money going anybody else take my name off that other stuff. So this is this is a money making exercise for him better than The Apprentice better than real estate development. But you know, I know I know the son of a bitch. Well, he is reeling right now. He's lost his power. He lost his platform on Twitter. He lost the most powerful job in the world. He was humiliated in the office action. Again. It was a close election. If you look at the Electoral College again, it was very close similar to the Clinton Trump election in Reverse frankly, but he did lose by seven million in the popular vote and he lost to somebody that he is and a lot of respect for you know, he was complaining that Joe Biden was sleepy and in his basement, but Joe Biden kicked his ass in half asleep in his basement. So how does that would that make you Donald Trump stupid of him? So I know the guy I know the guy well, he is bummed out man, and he is self-loathing and I'm sure he's eating dead. Three or four cans of spam a day. I mean, I don't think the only way you could look like spam and literally it looks like an open can of spam without the orange makeup on you must be eating spam or what you eat. So this guy's probably housing five to six of those cans of spam a day to look like that. You know, it's so funny and then it cuz you're answering so many of the questions I had prepared for you. It's like a it's like it's I didn't I didn't even have to do any research on guy came fired up. I had my 17 cups of coffee. I knew I had a had to compete with you for air time. I'm ready to go home. Well, I'm so happy that you came on. It's been so hard to get you lately. Well, you know, the thing is after the election my staff is mad at me because I spend a lot of time on politics. So I've sort of every conditioned and re-engineered my schedule and really spend most of my time on our business and that's obviously bearing some fruit. We're having some good investment results launch the Bitcoin phone number. Which you know about have over half a billion dollars and in Bitcoin now happy to talk about that. I put 25 million of our firm's capital in our Bitcoin fund wage, which you know obviously was well-timed and it's sometimes better to be lucky than smart. So that that was a good move. And you know, listen John I wasn't the typical person to be in Palm. I've always been an entrepreneur to business person but I made the mistake of working for Trump after Jeb Bush left the race and then further got myself into trouble there as you and I know well documented and then once you gain after my wife, you know had a pound the guy into the ground. I mean who I mean, I don't know do I look like Ted Cruz anybody? I mean who would put up with Trump's nonsense? You know, I don't get these fraidy cat's with Trump. Okay, he's bought a paper tiger. Yeah. I don't either but first have things gotten better with your wife. Now is it no, no. No. We were almost divorced in July of 2018. 17 hell was raining down on me in addition to getting fired. My wife had filed for divorce. You know, she hates Trump not as much as Melania, but I think she's in like the top five. I mean, you know, I really can't stand the guy and so it didn't want me to work for him. I let my ego get the best of me and I I made some a series of mistakes which in some ways I regret but in other ways John, I don't regret because it was it was a learning experience. You know, it humbled me it probably made me more psychologically minded it also put things into context for me about what is really important and it was a good lesson about not letting your ego get the best of you but here's the flip side. I don't think I would know you or many people as a result of you know, I've met so many new people and new friends as a result of that experience. So well, well, I mean, I've always positives and negatives in life's experiences, I guess is the point that I'm making. Yeah, I welcome you and you know what? I mean? I don't have like a just anger that some people do. Oh he used to be Republican and now he went I don't really care as long as you speaking truth. Now, it doesn't bother me. Listen. I I get that though. I think I think one of the things your friends with Lincoln's Bible. She's been on your podcast. Yeah, and I have an enormous amount of respect for her. I think she probably missed size me in the beginning. That's my personal opinion. Leave it up to her to make her decisions, but she said something to me that is 100% true. She said at the end of the day the Trump Administration and the rhetoric of Donald Trump was causing a lot of pain in our society was racially charged. Yes, the elimination of travel from Muslim countries the rhetoric around Charlottesville. I mean, I could list forty or fifty things that he was doing before he got elected. Throughout the four years of his administration that was causing a tremendous amount of pain. And so if you worked for him, you have to acknowledge that you were an accessory to that pain and I think she's right about that. So I've tried to do that. I've tried to apologize for it, but I can't go back and change it. No no more I can say at least I'm man enough to admit that I was wrong apologize for being wrong not understanding the full consequences of what he was going to do or what he was actually like some that watched. She was well everyone knew in New York what he was like and so on and so forth. I have to own that for the rest of my life. I'm not I'm not I'm not saying that I didn't use cognitive dissidents or hit an override switch. I was trying to make Donald Trump fit my personal narrative as opposed to clubs Irving the facts John have to own that for the rest of my life. But like I tell my kids if you got something wrong admit that you were wrong, but don't stay wrong. Think about all these Jim Oakes that at the gym. That they were wrong, but they were going to stay wrong because they don't want to be on the hot seat your podcast or subject themselves to the scrutiny of left-leaning media. I've done all of that. I've been willing to take the heat off people but I'm also saying to people allow there to be an off-ramp for others, you know, you have seventy-four million people that voted for him. Some of them are voting for him due to white supremacy issues. Some of them were voting for him due to policy issues. I don't know why they're voting for him but not all of them are voting for him cuz they quote unquote think he's the guy some of it is is noise more than it is a signal let give those people a different solution something that's more human something that's more empathic and let's see what happens. I think what's fascinating about Joe Biden 50 days into his administration wage Republicans having a very hard time identifying him. They they they can't shoot it in like they did Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton, you know, because he's ultimately the classic Centrist Democrat, you know, so it's very hard to log. Label him he's doing a lot of things that are quite commonsensical and some of those things are frankly favorable for business. They Cantrell in them that way, you know, you got issues on the border. Listen if she democrat or republican, let's look at it. Objectively we have issues on the border. I don't think the way the Trump Administration was handling those issues was correct, and I'm not saying that the way the bite Administration is correct either but here's what I would say in the immortal words of Milton Friedman if you have a welfare state which we do and thank God we do you want to safety net for the poor in the Indigent off but you have a welfare state you have to protect your border because if if if you don't free market forces dictate that people will come up over the border to try to participate in your welfare state and so long, you know, it's not mu main to look out for American citizens and to have a disciplined legal process for immigration. Every great country has a disciplined legal process. Immigration I'm all about immigration. I'm not saying that we shouldn't have legal immigration. Of course we should but you know if Republicans and Democrats came up with the laws, let's try to adhere to them for the sake of the health of the country and to protect lower middle-income workers. I think that that makes sense. No, I yeah. No, I agree. I agree. Let me ask you now because I and you know, I don't want to get don't want to I don't want to take a deep dive into this Anthony, but I don't understand Bitcoin. Okay. I just I just you know, I get that it's just another form of currency, but why is it becoming so popular? What is it? Just tell us so, you know, I'm never going to do service to it in a few minutes. I'm going to recommend a few things. Okay. This is a very easy read this is Dominic frisbees book Bitcoin the future of money. The reason I recommend this book table. Well, John is that it was copy written. It was written in 2013 copyright. 2014 Bitcoin was at $400 coin. It just traded at 58,000 a coin today. And what dominic does in the book as he explains? What Bitcoin is he explains the iterations of Bitcoin meaning there were other digital currencies like e cash or digit cash did not work. Dodge or something. Well, that's a different thing. That's that's that's really off of the Bitcoin ish blockchain now Dogecoin, which are referring to is part of the new version of cryptographic currency. And so we had cryptographic currency in the eighties and nineties that was unsuccessful Dominic explains. Why walk in 2009 a group of people known as Satoshi Nakamoto created this currency, they explained what they were doing. They decentralized it and they added this log Of anonymity to it so that it was harder to attack and it also as a result of its decentralization. It can't be influenced by the Central Banking community. So when it started off it was a very small thing by 2014 it got the $400 a coin and Dominic points out that if you create a network effect, what does a network effect wage it starts to scale obviously Facebook started as a very small thing. It's scaled into several billion users. Google would be an example of that Amazon is a network effect Medcalf law for retail. Google would be that for search and advertising Facebook would be that for a social network. And so with these guys did was they created a monetary Network page one other book I trying to for you, but I want to make sure that you guys have some things to think about this book is called the ascent of money by Niall Ferguson Financial history of the world. He basically explained What money is and how it developed now? What is money very simply money is a technology. It is a tool that we use between each other to transfer goods and services. So as an example, I have this in my pocket see if I can find a few of these These are in my community. These are Italian singles see them see Italian singles have Ben Franklin's face on them. See it. Okay? Okay. So so I always say my grandfather told me always have some of these in case I got a you know to call him and talion singles wage because Italians don't have singles in their pocket, they have hundreds. This is nominated thing that we have in our pockets. Okay. So the point is is a piece of fabric. It's got some ink it's got a counterfeit strip on it. It's off Ben's face on it. Yeah, but I mean you could burn it for a second. It'll give you a little bit of heat, but it's virtually worthless right at the end of the day. And so what is Niall Ferguson say your money is always worth log. Then the goods and services you're transacting with. So all money is as a tool it prevents you and I from bartering. I don't walk into the bar where they small calf and say hey, here's your name is John special for tomorrow night. Give me for gin and tonics. I have this in my pocket. Yeah a few of these they give me some change. This is a ledger between us. You see what I'm saying? But let me be more dramatic. I have some digits in my bank account. I can go log on to it at JPMorgan. I can look at those digits if I want to wire two hundred thousand of those digits to the Mercedes-Benz dealership. They'll put a G Wagon in my driveway. All they are is electronic digits, but now there's a trust in that ledger. There's a trust factor in that ledger. So with the coin, what are these guys do they developed a network at a system where transfer of goods and services and electronic digital transfer phone? Crypto graft so it's totally encrypted and it's very safe. I could transfer value from myself to you. You know, you got it. I know I sent it. There's no double spend there's no funny business and once you've got that trust created all of a sudden you're seeing this network affect. People say okay, I get that. That's trustworthy. I'm going to start owning it and a Bitcoin is effectively now become a replacement for a store value. Some people call a digital gold because it's portable it's secure it's limited. There's only twenty 1 million coins available. Some of these coins were lost in the early Inception of Bitcoin due to poor storage of them. They were on their physical coins the actual physical there are nice see that's another myth that we can all the name is is a crypto graph 21 million crypto graphs that are on the blockchain that are actual quote unquote known as wage. Points that graph if you will has a value now what's happening is it's scaling. We have a hundred and six million users today. It's on its way to a billion users like predicted that will happen by 2025 as it scales. The values going up why? Well, there's a very short supply of Bitcoin and there's huge demand and so institutional investors life insurance companies decided that they want to own more busy while this is happening United States is printing money. We added 26% to our money supply in the last six months after the stimulus goes through will be enough 16% So you have 42% more money in the money supply than you did six months ago John and so people are worried about that. They're worried that it's going to cause inflation wage. Now, maybe it won't cause CPI inflation meaning goods and services like food, although gas is up a line of you noticed that but that that Consumer Price Index bass. It doesn't seem like there's a lot of inflation but there's a tremendous amount of inflation in assets real estate prices are going up. The Collectibles are going up. You want to buy a Hamptons piece of real estate wage. Going up you want to live in La by a piece of real estate in an exclusive area. It's going up and all of this is tied to Dollar volume and the production of money. And so what Bitcoin is basically doing is providing a hedge for all of that money production. So many institutions have said, okay, I get it and I'm going to own Bitcoin some people get tripped up because they said well, what the hell is it off? I can't eat it. It's not like gold where I can use it for manufacturing purposes. And my answer to that is ultimately money. The ascent of money is based on trust and faith. We can trust The Ledger that Bitcoin is as a transfer of value between each other it becomes very very valuable in our society and that's why I own it and that's why I think it's going to be worth more and more in the coming years, but Anthony, can you buy a house with Bitcoin? You can't buy a house with Bitcoin, but you can convert the big dog. Joint instantaneously into US dollars or British pounds and then you can take that fiat currency and by the house with it, so then identify a Tesla with Bitcoin dead. Okay, but if you could if you have to transfer it to money why not just have the money instead of Bitcoin well because you're making a bet that the money is being eroded in your bank account if I could put it this way if I if I have $10,000 on my bank account and the federal government just produced forty percent more dollars in a weird way. They're taking a little bit of my savings away from me or not because now there's more volume of those dollars. So therefore each one of those dollars is worth a little less but a bit coin is scarce that coin should act as a store of value in Project my savings. So in other words, I mean, let me put it this way in the last six months. Yeah gave me $10,000 US Dollars and I could either leave it in my bank account $10,000 or I could have bought Bitcoin with it. The Bitcoins now worth that $10,000 of that is now worst fifty well in thousand dollars sitting in the bank account is worth Ten Thousand and One Thousand hours. So in my point being is that the Bitcoin because of its scarcity is quite valuable and I think that it acts as a store of value for investors. Okay now, I love this Anthony cuz you really it's it's finally for the first time it's making sense to me and I and I and I thank you. Now Mike Petty's asking has Bitcoin killed the price of gold. Well listen gold has been around for 5,500 years. I think that it is a competitor to gold and so a result of which the office or general dollar that would have gone into gold during this level of money production is going into Bitcoin. So has it killed it? I don't want to go that far. But yes, it is slow down the growth of world. You could look at a chart of gold. And it's doing a little bit of this see what I mean it Bitcoins doing that. So as the competitor to Gold it's it's winning. I'll tell you something that one of my sad friend said which will remain nameless you said. So let me tell you why Bitcoin is more valuable than gold. Okay, tell me well right now MBS the Crowne Plaza loves me, but there could come a day where he doesn't love me. I can take two hundred million dollars a Bitcoin put it on a USB and shove it straight up my ass and head for the many border. I can't do that with bricks of gold weigh two hundred million dollars of gold. Yes. And so the point being is that this is more portable. It's equally fungible. It's very liquid. It's a trillion dollar market capitalization today. And if you really study metcalfe's law, you know that Bitcoin has gotten to a trillion dollars faster than anything else it took forty plus years for both. Microsoft and Apple to get to a trillion dollars twenty years for Google and Amazon Bitcoin got there in twelve years and like, you know, we used to go by the gold standard but we threw that one out a long time ago, didn't we we did in nineteen seventy one Richard Nixon said no more gold on the gold standard and so a result of which we started the valuing our money you could take to US dollars to US dollars from nineteen seventy one has the purchasing power of $100 of twenty $21 today well and let me put it very graphically for you in nineteen seventy one on the gold standard. 35 US Dollars bought one ounce of gold today $1,700 buys one ounce of gold you can see what we did to our money. We diminished value by 98% Okay. Now you want just one last question about this and then I'd like to get back whatever time you have left to talk about, you know, some of these, you know Trump heads like crack in Holly and Marjorie Taylor green and and and Lauren beaubourg, but the last one is the whole game stock hedge fund thing. Yeah, what's your take on that wage? You know, what a wrong, you know, like stop that kind of trading was that yeah. I mean listen, so, I've said this before I'll share with you. My heart is with the small investor. My wallet happens to be with Steve Cohen The Edge one manager, but my heart is with the small investor. I understand what they're trying to do and what they're trying to achieve or you're never going to have trading parity with a professional if you and I right now go to Yankee Stadium you want to pitch as a starting pitcher. I'll be the reliever. We're not going to be able to compete with guys are professionals that have been doing this day in and day out. So the notion that somebody that is an individual investor should be on parity with a professional investor that's never going to happen. And so people that are pining for that are barking up the wrong tree as it relates to regulation The Regulators don't care necessarily about individual losses. They don't want you to lose money based on fraud you bought something that's worthless. The guy told you was worth something. That's fraud. They want to put that person in jail, but if it's a legitimate stock you pay a dollar for it, it goes to zero. They're not protecting you age. Is that you know as long as you know, when to zero legitimately Blockbuster Video went to zero game stock could likely go to zero just given the secular Dynamics about gaming with downloading of a game on a console versus having to go to a destination to buy a disc very few. People are using them anymore GameStop feels a lot like Blockbuster see a lot of extra matters got short that affecting the stock to trade the zero the Reddit guys got everybody together and they said okay, let's squeeze those shorts and so they're short two stock. Let's buy Em by a by edible put pressure on them to squeeze them out of it and it's an interesting Theory it will work in the short term, but it may end in tears for those investors long-term. Yes. Now what happened out of it? What happened? They went to Robin Hood. They got the trades done for free, but John you and I are smart enough he grew up in a neighborhood to know that there's no such thing as free. There's no free lunch. So what were they doing? They were selling those orders to place? In exchange for giving you free transactions. It's all publicly stated right there in the account documents. So there's nobody lying to anybody but here's what I think the individual investors and gave I gave a port or I didn't understand originally is that there's something called the depository trust Clearing Corporation known as the dtcc and so Robin Hood and all those Breakers have to answer to them in terms of their Capital requirements. So I've got John and Anthony trading. Okay, that's great. What are they trading? Well, they're trading this many shares of XYZ. Okay, but you have to have a billion so dollars posted at our bank as collateral to clear those trades. So what was happening is the margin accounts on GameStop on those others people were borrow money to buy GameStop is going up and up and up. So the DDC dtcc called Robin Hood and said, well your your three billion dollar short on your Capital requirements. So they said okay. Jeez. We have to stop the trading in those you have to stop that pyramid buying until we can raise money to meet that Capital call. Okay, and so so if they were Morgan Stanley or Goldman Sachs that our banks they could have just gone to Federal Reserve and borrowed that money at zero. But Robin it's not a bank. So, Robinhood about a week to raise the three billion dollars. They raised it. They met that Capital requirement and then they opened up those stocks again. So there was confusion there because language the Sounder of Robin Hood the way I just explained it to you. He didn't explain it to anybody. Yeah. Why did he not explain it to anybody? I think that was bad crisis Communications and bad crisis management because ultimately what I just said was going to come out anyway, he was trying to hem and haw in the beginning cuz he didn't want people to realize how undercapitalized he was dead. What she thought would cause their accounts to move to other Brokers. So he was just trying to say it's a temporary pause and blah blah blah and then that caused a lot of conspiratorial Suspicion, but I can tell you one of the first things I learned thirty-three years ago when I got into this business is how to clear a trade. That's the first thing Goldman Sachs taught us and what those requirements are. And so the minute this was happening because I have operational experience. I was like, okay this guy's caught he needs more collateral to clear these traits. He's not Curry favor for Citadel or currying favor 4.72 or anybody. He's just trying to meet his Capital requirements. He didn't explain it. Well the conspiracy theorists entered the marketplace. Blowing him up, but no he didn't do anything wrong, but I think you're asking a broader question. Is this Reddit stuff good for the market or bad for the market ultimately dead. It doesn't matter what I think I think it's bad for these individual investors because you could be in a situation where GameStop or AMC could actually trade two zero the fundamentals are not great job and these hedge funds. What are they going to do their adaptive people? They're going to adapt their strategies. You're an individual investor your knowledge and information is never going to be as much as there's any more than your my knowledge about professional baseball is going to be as good as you pick the manager. You know, I don't know Billy Martin when we were kids or the Mets manager Rojas today or took over at the Yankees. We don't know as much as they do about baseball, you know, we're not living the baseball every single day. So it would be hard pressed for me to tell you. Oh, yeah, you know, we're at para Kang people that's never going to happen. No, I would caution your listeners of your podcast. The facts are the facts don't hide from the facts and don't play the victim. You're going to get your ass. Checked and burned if you're doing this stuff. It's just going to happen and it's going to end in tears. Well today, they just confirmed Merrick Garland. Yeah, what do you think about that news Anthony home? So I think he's a very decent guy. He's a very hard worker. He's not an ideologue but he's an idealist two different descriptions of something. He he really believes in Social and racial progress and he's an idealist and I think you'll have a very fair process in place in terms of trying to recreate the impartiality of the justice department and I'm very happy that he got confirmed because if if Donald Trump among the many things that Donald Trump was doing is he was weakening the trust of these sorts of institutions in our society at the end of the day the American people want to believe that they're going to get a fair Shake If something has gone wrong in their lives. They want to be presumed innocent as opposed to home. Guilty in the eyes of the law and you could see that there was a lot of capricious activity in Donald Trump's justice department. That was challenging that trust. So what do I am but I think it's great for America. I think it will it will create a restoration of that trust and as it relates to Rogue players, I think he will be disciplined and going after them provided that file following the criminal procedure. He's not going to he's not going to go after people. These are the political enemies of Joe Biden to the Democratic party. Let me go after them. He's not going to do that cause I think if people are looking for that they're going to be disappointed in Merrick Garland if they're looking for a restoration of trust and a more impartial Arbiter of the law. I think they got Thursday and that's something I'm very happy about. Well, then we'll Garland go after Trump. So I don't think Joe Biden wants them to go after Trump. I think Trump stuff is going to be. Taking care of at the state level or possibly an SD and why as it relates to his tax issues. I don't see Merit Garland setting up a task force to go after tax per se Trump has issues in DC with the US attorney's office related to the seditious acts that took place on January 6th. He's got civil and potentially criminal liability there, even though he didn't get successfully convicted during the impeached second impeachment trial and he's likely got a case in the state and city of New York. So I don't see either Garland saying okay now that I'm in powered I'm going to just missile lock and Target Donald Trump. I don't see that and I think that's good for America. I don't I don't want that actually because I say the same thing the Vice President Biden, I'm sorry choose me President Biden has said publicly is that this guy sucks but lets you know, let's move on as a country. Let's work on rent. I don't think we I don't think we can. And I think what Trump did even inciting an Insurrection. I mean, I I think he's got to be held accountable Anthony else. So I think he will be I think he won't be but I don't think it has to be I think there's already a process in place to hold them accountable, you know president Sarkozy is obviously been sentenced. He will likely spend some time in jail as a result of corruption charges in France. So we now have five Western political precedent for this sort of stuff, you know, could Trump go to jail, you know, John, I don't think so. I'm just going to be honest with you because he's a took former president United States. I think to be very tough for these guys to put him in jail. He's not going to plead out to something. I think he will plead out to something while he pay a mass of fine if he did something wrong. Yes. I don't think Joe Biden wants to be the president that ends up with a justice department that puts his political adversary in jail. It's not to say that there won't be cost associate job. Able to what he did, but I'm just being realistic with you what I like to see him in jail. Yes. Of course, I would I want him put away forever. I think he's a seditious Trader. I think he took early is a domestic terrorist. So yes, I'd like to see and put in jail for a very very long time. I'm just being realistic and practical so don't shoot the messenger, you know, if you're telling me should he thought well, yes. Do I want to see him in jail? Yes. Is he going to go to jail? I don't think he is based on what I understand about these politicians. And and by the way, they didn't put Richard Nixon in jail didn't even go after him. He was pardoned by Gerry Ford, Teddy. Kennedy was super mad about it in September of nineteen seventy-four. He railed on Jerry Ford for pardoning Nixon thirty-five years later in 2009. He wrote his last Memoir before he died of brain cancer and he said upon reflection thirty-five years of birth. Time has passed Gerry Ford was right putting raking Richard Nixon over the coals. Like that would have been bad for the country in terms of our International Prestige and standing and it would have been back for the political struggle. And even though he was a rogue figure that deserve jail moving on past that one individual and holding sacrosanct. The system was more important to somebody like John Kennedy and that's with years of experience and reflection later. So again me you know, I want the son of a bitch to go to jail. Of course, I do I would effing celebrate that. Okay, but I don't think it's going to happen. Of course, the used things would have five bucks. She says tax the hell out of headphones. Stock market is a corrupt Casino the agree with that. Well, you know listen, I understand why she thinks that and so I'm not I'm not going to push back too hard. I think that you know, I pay the highest marginal tax rates. I have never complained about my taxes. If Joe Biden raise my taxes, I'm willing to pay them. I think I've been very blessed in this Society. So whatever the tax rates are that are decided. I'm going to pay the taxes without complaint. I'm also a New Yorker John. I'm not leaving New York. I'll be one of the people that puts the lights out in New York before I leave. I'm not going to Florida I go to Texas. I love the city. I love the state. I will pay the taxes and I am here as a business person to try to help people solve the problems of what's going on, but I understand where she's coming from she feels like there's an inside rigged game and a result of which it's unfair and some of it is unfair frankly. And so she's right about some of it but the flip side is you know, life is unfair. I didn't make these rules. I'm doing the bed. In the live with them. I'm very happy. I born in America. My parents were blue collar. We lived in a small middle-class house. I grew up in in built a successful business. I tried to treat customers fairly you can ask my customers. I don't have any personal trading. I don't have any of that sort of nonsense in my my my thoughts if you will all my money's in my fund or the funds that I'm managing and so but I get where she's coming from and and listen if the taxes go up I'm happy to pay them and at what do you think of wages? You know, I'm sure you gotta go soon. But what do you think about these mod retailer greens and Lauren Bois birds and all these people who are trying to be Trump like Ted Cruz and Josh Raleigh so that I'm bringing in the Midas touch Brothers. Oh my god. Do we have a good podcast together? Come on, I watch I watch dog. We crushed it. It was good writer was fun. Right? I was knowing guys the Kevin McCarthy looked like he was two hundred years old cuz he's Rowdy coming in. You know, I said Ted Cruz look like off Grandpa Munster is like again and the five like some good lines. But but listen, I mean, you know, those people are political opportunists. They only give a shit about themselves and their branch and they don't care about the American people. They don't care about the public or the welfare of the American people or social progress or social just they don't care about any of that, but they care about is there's a sleeve of Americans that are Parochial, there's a sleeve of Americans that like white society and there's a sleep of Americans that want to stay frozen in a Time block Circa nineteen fifty five and a result of which those political opportunists are preying on those people and it's a sad State of Affairs a Republican party would be so much better served if it came up with fresh or or newer ideas. Try to expand the tent and made it look like the colorful beautiful Mosaic of the American people, but that's not in the political interests of guys like Ted Cruz or Marjorie Taylor Greene, you know, you have to think about the lack of empathy of a woman like that across the hall from her is a representative who has a transgender daughter and she said she flashed there on the wall that the sex is male or female that's science, but we know that 13% of the million population is homosexual. We know that from studying Prime. It's we know that from studying other mammalian species and so I don't understand why she thinks that that's that unnatural if we know that approximately 13% of the population has an orientation towards the same sex. Why are we throwing those people into the garbage? I I don't I don't understand and these people hate my guts because I can debate them rationally and dispassionately day in and day out and since I have sent a reviews I can literally beat them at their own game which is why they have to attack me personally. Remember if you can't beat the guy in an argument you got to attack impersonal right? So that's that's what these people do but it's a disgusting group of people and this is the reason why I was telling John before they you know, Superstars came into the conversation that you know, I was going to call him the message but I've said let me call him Superstore. But you know what I was telling John is going to have to split that party wage because I'm going to tell you something. Okay, Lindsey Graham is not a dope. You may think he is but he's not a dope when he says plus that's code for let's dig deeper for more knuckle-dragging Maga neanderthals. Yep to come out of the woodwork to vote us back in office. Okay, he's looking at the math as I'm looking at the math. What is the math tell you the math basically says and I'm going to be exact math. Forty-three thousand voters. Got Joe Biden the election. Here's another great book, by the way. These two wrote this book, they wrote shattered about the Clinton campaign in 2016. They wrote this book lucky how Joe Biden barely won the presidency? Yes, he won by six million popular votes, but he only won the presidency by 43000 votes. So Lindsey Graham and Ted Cruz. They see more white people. You know, how the Sixth Sense they saw more dead people these guys looking for more white they want to dig deeper and deeper into the Maga base and turn out, you know, they're not looking to turn out seven million voters, you know, that sort of 8174. They don't care about that. They're looking to turn out a hundred thousand voters in the right places to win the electoral college vote by sixty thousand voters. So we have to find that all day and maybe that party needs to be liquidated maybe fifteen to twenty percent of that party has to split their off to prevent that sort of white supremacist movement frankly. Yeah, no, I know and I guess yeah, that's what I assume the answer was there just trying to pick up his pick up his you know, his white nationalist, you know, I mean they, you know want to look let me tell you something if that son-of-a-bitch was somewhat smarter and a little bit more organized. We would have had a disaster rain upon the United States Holly and cruise see themselves a smaller versions of him. There are other people in that party that see themselves as smarter versions of him that can take trumpism reform it make it an uglier more organized version of trouble and we have to beat that we have to fight that and so we have to speak out about it. We have to explain it to as many people as possible and we have to fight that and by the way the four of us may not agree policy by policy line item by line item, but what I love about you guys is that you agree with me in the sacredness of our democracy and our Constitution that to me is an a priori. Yep. Requisite let's make sure that we're maintaining our democracy the Constitution and our way. We're fairly represented free speech and we can debate policy. I disagree on policy all we want but but but the person I'm disagreeing with policy on has to at least agree that democracy should exist in America might have that's not the case and there's no starting point my job first btao see in the intellectual Market Place of ideas. She has an idea that I disagree with related to Growing businesses and Long Island City. I want to explain why my idea is better off if people vote and they say well these ideas better than I've lost e I've lost the battle then I got to come back to the drawing board were the better idea if the Republicans have decided my ideas suck. They're good for a small group of white people. Let me see if I can gain the system to stay in power and oh, by the way, if I can't stay in power under the current rules, let me descend on the cap off. And beat the lights out of our public officials. I don't know. That's not that's not a country that we we grew up in guys. We can't allow that to happen to our country. And Anthony, what do you think about all the voter suppression that's going on right now terrible budget and in Iowa trying to make it harder, but job and John that's been going on for a hundred and fifty years. God bless Stacey Abrams. I was telling people I want Stacey Abrams would be the general manager of the Mets. Okay, you took the best. Okay. She figured out what to do in Georgia to counter man. All of that BS that's been going on for a hundred and forty years. Okay. So now they rely for up against it because we're getting demographically overwhelmed. So what are they trying to do? They're trying to come up with ways to suppress that vote. Okay, and so but by the way make no mistake voter suppression is as American as apple pie. Go back through our history. All we do is suppress people's boats black votes Brown votes women's votes. That's what we've done now. Is it fair? No, it's not fair in nineteen sixty-five. We tried to clean all of that up. Okay, that's in our constitution now, right so we have to fight for that and I God bless Stacey Abrams because she's figured out a way to outmaneuver them. Now they're coming back at her with countermeasures wage. Anyway, I know she's not available to run the Mets, but I would love to have her run the med. I think it's in a World Series before I die. And I know she would get me there. Well, well well, well they got there in two thousand although they lost to my Yankees. Oh, here we goes here. We Go's guys I gotta go cuz I got this podcast, but I want this I want to say this to the brothers here the Midas touch. Mirch. Let's hear it. I want to say Thursday. you'd like what you're doing is going to get more scrutiny and you're going to get roughed up harder. Okay, I'm just being totally candid with you because you almost had like the Lincoln a project as a higher-profile. You would probably more effective frankly if you look at the ads but and so they got shot up and basically taken out and you guys are going to be on the rise now. So I'm going to be having Targets on your backs. Just letting you guys know which I've obviously had a Target on my back. I've been steamrolled and defined and redefined and separate so but you're Long Island or so, you'll get this page. Exactly. Okay. Don't give it for Thailand on this show right now. Don't don't give a shitt press on. Okay. Don't give a shit. I'll be careful. I'm going to say one last thing to you to fax because I care about and I want to see your work progressed watch yourselves in public. Yep, you say because people are going to video you they're going to tape you they're going to want to see you doing something that they can somehow snag and embarrass you with. That's why I don't leave the house. But you've seen pallet on behind. I just stay in this room all day. Congratulations. So you bought a house in Southampton. Once you're right by Howard Stern. I've I've had that house for years, I guess a dance paper for the story about me, but I've been out there since 2014. I love it out there small house, by the way. It's nothing to write home about. I just wanted to have a little bit of a toehold off there. I worked out there one summer and I said, you know God damn door ever get enough money. I would have a second house in Southampton. So yeah Howard Stern lives in some colossal House South of the highway. I live North of Highway up on Peconic Bay, you know, it's beautiful and quiet up there and I'm never leaving Long Island. I'm just letting you guys know me and Billy Joel shutting the lights out. Okay, you guys are off. All over the place. I'm staying here on Long Island. And the pandemic. This is the longest time I've been on Long Island since elementary school. Okay. I haven't even gone to the member in elementary school to let you go to the Hayden planetarium a once-a-year, right? And the last question is and quick. I have a connection at the Yankees next time. I'm in town. Let's go watch the Yankees any time off. I love the Yankees. I want to recommend the new Yogi Berra bio to you guys. It is so good. It was written last year. I didn't get a chance to realize because of the commotion, but I'm halfway through it. Now off water personality Yogi, Berra had and what a time to be a baseball player in New York when the Giants and the Dodgers the Golden Age of American baseball right here in New York in the 1950s Mickey Mantle Whitey Ford DiMaggio's career-ending just an amazing story. So just recommending that to you guys before I sign off, but but you're more birth. Have been a Nike fan right die-hard Mets and I grew up by he'll come on. I grew up on the Long Island Railroad. I used to take the train to the stadium and keep score the game after my paper. I was over, let me tell you some I'm a die-hard Mets in okay someday, they're going to win weather without a Wonderful World Series. Okay, but see if you're listening. Please come to the Mets and fix this thing. Okay. All right and not coming on brother. God bless guys. Good to see you too. Great for you too, man you soon. All right, the great Anthony scaramucci and now I can focus on the Midas touch brothers who are now just like Anthony said Superstars. I don't know about the emotion the only person I know who's plugging other people's books when he comes out. It's a read this book. It's not by me. It's by someone totally different. That's what I'm here to let you know. Well, he's also do a multi millionaire. So he doesn't need to plug anything from him right? Where are you? Were you guys talking about Bitcoin? What was he what's he into these days wanted to really understand Bitcoin and I gotta tell you guys after hearing cuz he's very he's a great Storyteller. He's a great speaker and after hearing what he had to say. I totally get it now. So yeah, maybe you could explain it to me one day cuz I have no idea what that means. You know, I'm going to cut it up and post it just that part because I think it's really educational and I know there was somebody saying this is boring know it ain't dead. The future and I'd like to know about it cuz now I might be buying some stock in Bitcoin. Yeah, John, you've always been The Cutting Edge as an investor though, even on the Stern show you what is talk about the Investments that you made and you've always been on top of what's going on in the market. Oh, that's my house. Yeah. Look at that shirt, by the way, then you notice the shirt that John is where it says. No doubt. Hey, that's an original Midas Touch shirt from one of our earliest videos. I love it that we had everything on the sake bomb. Sure. You've got to get a misaki bump shirt for sure. Oh, yeah. Well, you know, what's so funny? I got the 3061 and I didn't real, you know, I got in like green cuz I really like the color of the 306 and light green but but God, but then I realized I have a green screen. So it was all coming in like with that's really funny. So I know that Jordan had to work. So unfortunately, you know, the handsome One couldn't be here. I'll have to do model poses or something in the meantime, so I try to make up for it or something. So guys great news today. The stimulus bill passed along great news, really really great news. I mean that's a promise that Biden made early on and it passed today in the Senate and it's going to his desk passed in the house. People aren't relief. I think that's what's important here. But what should take guys on the fact that most Republicans have not all all in the Senate and most in the house voted nay. I mean all the voting a today every single one every single one of the house. I believe every single one in the house voted know today. I mean, how do you guys feel about that? It's like I said, Some Democrats voted. Yes on the on the Trump won all like almost all of them. It's it's kind of the total flip side and the first the very first stimulus plan. It was 100% every single Democrat supported it on the second one. It was something like only two of them didn't support it or something. It was it was still a a steep majority of Democrats who supported both bills and that's why when I hear people complain about bipartisanship and say Oh, I thought it was Unity. I thought President Biden was supposed to be dealing with unity. I'm like fuck off like I mean 75% of Americans support this bill most Republicans support. This bill Democrats have voted for all this bipartisan legislation in the past. There's no reason why Republicans should not be supporting this bill you here's the thing that bill has bipartisan support of the people of the public as long as saying Republicans Independents Democrats overwhelmingly favored this relief. It's the politicians who have become so asymmetrical With polarized that simply because the Democrats are in favor of a bill that the Public's in favor of the politician Republicans. They all we must be against us. Well, I'm going to play or something. Did you guys see the Tim Ryan take down gray take down. I love you been have you seen it and seen it? Absolutely. I well. I'm just need it for everybody else. But you know, I think it's awesome. This is Tim Ryan Democrat really calling at all. All these obstructionists GOP lunatics. Here. We go off so high. Oh Mister Ryan sent Mister speaker to enter a letter into the record from The Machinist Union without objection. Another gentleman is recognized for one minute. Mr. Speaker. One of the earlier speakers said this is the most dramatic change in labor law in Eighty years. And I say thank God in the late seventies a CEO made 35 times the worker today. It's three to four hundred times the worker and our friends down the other side running around with their hair on fire heaven forbid. We pass something that's going to help the dam workers in the United States of America heaven forbid. She killed the balance that has been going in the wrong direction for fifty years. We talked about tensions you complain we talk about the minimum wage increase you complain we talk about life on the right to organize you complain, but if we're passing a tax cut here you feel getting in line to vote Yes for it now. Stop talking about dr. Seuss and start working with us off. I have to go back to bounce gentleman. I mean, I thought that was But look at this, here's what the problem is though. Go back to that screen for a second if you can. Oh, okay, that's going to be hard. Okay. Well the screen has you had the screen them down. There was a pop up for Lauren Barber and it said Lauren babur shreds Democrats..... As a pop up and so you're even seeing there. A message being delivered. That's so common sense. But at the same time you have someone like the Forbes elevating a bobber as though she's a credible counter voice to that and that's what popped up as you were playing that and that's really what's it's really what's wrong right now is is that given those two sides the same attention in one sidewalk to help the people and the other side Obert is just a disgusting troll. Yeah. I mean he you know, I didn't see that. Hold on they had let me see if I can find that hold on hold on page and you know now you're going to be curious. Here we go. I can get it up pretty quick. Thanks to Bluetooth. Okay, hold on. Hold on. I got to just get through the freaking. Oh, here we go. All right. Let me just get this. Here we go. Share. Look. I'm the only one who does the show I'm the only producer I have. So here we go. Let's see. What's the weather missing this pop-up. Do I need to play the last time on the bottom left as a letter into the record from the machine if you had a problem with texting enough gentleman is recognized for 1 a.m. Mr. Speaker. One of the earlier speakers said this is the most dramatic change and labor law in Eighty years and I say thank God in the late seventies a CEO made 35 times the worker today. It's three to four hundred times the worker and our friends on the other side running around with their hair on fire. How far did we pass something that's going to help the dam workers in the United States of America heaven forbid. We tilt the balance that has been gone wrong direction. For fifty years we talked about pensions you complain we talk about the minimum wage increase you complain we talked about giving them the right to organize you complain, but if we're passing down here, you'd be all getting in line about dr. Seuss and start working with us on behalf of the American. Yeah. I see what you're saying that time. It was an antibiotic one, right? It's it's probably set to some sort of playlist or or recent video that you know supposed to contradict whatever is going on in their life and elevates though the both sides sort of nature of oh, this is Democrats pushing for this but look what Biden's doing here and they manufacture this outrage about like all of a sudden there's a border crisis all of a sudden there. Just that Ted Cruz and Fox News won't shut up about all of a sudden. Dr. Seuss is the biggest problem in America and mr. Potato Head is the biggest problem in America. It's cuz they really at the end of the day don't have any ideas and don't have anything to run on. So they're trying to distract with all this bullshit and all this garbage issues because the Democrat platform is so popular and it's Common Sense shipped like we're in the worst pandemic in over a century and maybe an American history. You gotta support people when when you're in that sort of situation people need money. They've been out of work for a long time. It's common sense to want to put money in to help people get vaccinated helps the people who shout the loudest about we need to open schools. We need to open schools. They just voted against funding to open schools. So I'm sick of like they're bullshit day out. Yeah. No, I know and I totally agree, but but that's the whole that's the whole problem guys. I mean, what are you doing now? This is this why I love him. Guys aren't because I really really truly believe and I was telling a friend of mine before we were we were on the way to what hike and I go the difference that you know, cuz most of the time Dora cleaning after the president wins in the midterms that President's party loses in the house and I said the differences phone now, we have guys like the Lincoln project and Midas Touch and really American and especially you guys who are on the ground I go with my friend near I go off. These guys are on the ground. They are you know, they're doing everything they can and I think Georgia, it's too too Stacey Abrams and you guys So what are you doing? Now? You know, are you preparing for the 2020? You know for the midterms. Do you see the are you able to see John the link? I just put in the private chat. Are you able to see that that link me see? Yeah, so if you click that that's an example of a video that we put out yesterday off as controlling The Narrative of what's going on right now. We just deposed the work of the Democrats with the distractions and just took stupidity of the GQ p and then reading dr. Seuss. And so that video was called cancel the GOP and that was a top Trend yesterday, but the videos that we have are appealing to the 75% of Americans who are out there who support this agenda and what we're reminding them is what the gqe. He is doing is not helping you. And if you want these benefits delivered to you, if you want people fighting for you. You should be supporting Democrats in your own interests because they don't actually the only group representing you. So yeah, if you want to play that link or you're able to pull that up John, I think that's a I have to pull it up cuz I don't I'm afraid to click on it, it cuts to show off so hold on. Let me just you know, I'll get it from your here. Here it is. Okay. All right. No. No, I'm not doing any ads I hate. Okay, hold on it starts out with Kevin McCarthy, right? Yeah, that's the one bath. Yeah, I'm going to share that one. Now. Are you guys the Yankees and Mets Mets? Oh man. I feel bad. Yeah any team that digs really win? That's all we support. All right. So here it is. Green Eggs and Ham by dr. Seuss Sam. I Am that Sam I am not like that's the Senate has officially taken up President Biden's American Rescue plan V Long Acre stayed a little late into the night for a marathon reading of the entire proposal and do not like them sam-i-am. I do not like we are going to power through and finish this bill month. However long it takes I do not like them in a house. I do not like them with the President Biden's 1.9 trillion dollar pandemic relief package has the Senate on Saturday at $1,400 checks on down payment benefits will be now extended through early September expands the child tax credit to as much as $3,600 per child under the age of six billions of dollars for school, reopening vaccinations, testing and local governments. I would not could not it's great. I can say we've taken more giant step forward and delivering on that promise. It helped us on the way. Lovett guys there you have it. Yep. So, I mean, I think we need a highlight these wins. I think you know in the past, you know, I'm thinking about the ACA a lot with the Affordable Care Act Obamacare when that pasts, you know, Midas Touch wasn't a thing. I don't really know what the landscape was on digital and things like that. But I distinctly remember all the Democrats who work so hard to pass that piece of legislation ran away from it pretty quickly. They saw polling that said, you know at that time it was pretty fifty-fifty or maybe the majority of people didn't quite support it cuz the GOP did a good job of branding it as a bad thing and they ran away from a landmark bill that helped a lot of people and I think it's important when we have legislation like this that has a lot of really tangible benefits for people that we don't run away from something like that, but we own it and we tell people why it's so good and people are going to see that it's changing their lives. I mean the last year for a lot of people especially parents with young kids and and you know seniors has been awful people have been totally isolated. But now we're going to start seeing people go back to schools. We're going to start seeing people go back to restaurants real life normal life is going to slowly start trickling back and people are going to understand that it's because these vaccines are being distributed at unprecedented rates among the viruses slowing at the at the biggest rate since the start of the pandemic and those things. I I think and I hope will carry us through 2022 and and allow us to have some victories when people see push it like we had all these promises and now life is substantially better than I could have ever dreamed that it was and in twenty-twenty. Well everyone go to Midas Touch. Com and get it to each I love their shirts and donate, you know, you know to these guys, but let me ask you that been. I talked to my attorney myself fuck and suck. Last time I had you guys on we were talking about sending my fat ass out to Washington to to interview these politicians and you guys were interested in you know, and being a part of that but then you went cold on a mother. I thought I was waiting for your follow-up. I'm I'm supposed to do all the labor know I'll do you know, how long you guys you know, we're going to help we're going to help I get me to camera crew in the flight and then and then I'll do all the things for my to start it takes two to tango. We both got a we both said you blame both of us for the for dropping the ball after we should have texted each other. I did I I sent something dollars got to me, but you know, we gotta figure it out, but you know do it on me, but I think the we will we will we will make something happen. I don't know if it's going to be super immediate, but it would be amazing to have you out there in the field and and and doing shape, but I need a job. It'd be a lot of fun but we got we got also have a lot of initiatives and stuff that we gotta keep going and and we gotta build over these sort of, you know off years when they're not when there's not a pressing election and we gotta keep you know, pushing them forward and doing everything we can and in terms of that respect but once things start ramping up and like there are big events and stuff like that. I mean getting you out there's going to be hilarious and I mean and do you know I kid, I'm not really mad, but I would love to do it, you know because I mean there's nothing more. Oh guys. Could you imagine me getting it, you know approaching Mitch McConnell and just you know, asking him real questions, but you know, like everything, you know, you know when you masturbate is that works on that be we have been on the staff. I'm happy been works with Midas Touch because you probably get a sued probably be dead. Stuttering John lawsuit against us after I wasn't here we got sued really no never and in fact, I was the only person who sued and I stood Terrace. Guy, that's funny now. Yeah. No, we got we got to figure it out for sure. We got we got to figure it out. I would love to going to be Josh Hawley Lindsey Graham Marjorie trade a green bow and bow, but I would love I like I froth at the mouth just thinking about it cuz you know, I'm going to make them look like idiots. You gotta figure out a way to get boba Don the podcast. I don't know. I don't know how you do it. But there's gotta be a way to trick her to appear on this podcast. I don't know if that's going to happen cuz she fought with me and she yeah and I and I wrote this one thing I just said you are a vile piece of shit. And you know, did you know we sued Marjorie Taylor Greene? No digit we did we did we did indeed they want to break down the breakdown the suit. Yeah, please man. Yeah. She blocked us on Twitter and it is a constitutional violation against our Free Speech rights to be blocked on Twitter using her public accoun. That you use has to find raise it would be like her shutting us out of a public space in a public forum. And so there's actually been significant precedent from Trump black people and then other Congress members blocking people. There's a lawsuit. We're actually black someone and AOC was actually sued and had a resolve that case and so the case off fairly clear politicians can't block the public who want to engage in that type of discourse. So we stood our federal court and then the next day she unblocked every single person that you can everyone. She ever blocks you unblocked all of a sudden we started getting all these comments holyshit. And now she now people get to have fun then respond. You know, it's it's like that job interview with Piers Morgan the other the other day. It's like, okay look you want to talk shit appears beaubourg. You want to talk shit, you know talk shyt, but yep. The people go back at you don't wanting that you're being canceled, you know, like fight fight with your ideas. You know, that's the thing when they're confronted with the facts down to deal with they are you're trying to cancel me trying to cancel it like no. I'm not you say dumb shit and I called you out for saying dumb shit, but it's not canceling. You don't say the dumbest thing and that's like, you know, you just think about it like third grade or second grade or kindergarten, you know, it's like the bully who you okay? Okay enough enough. All right. Listen Billy Fuck You song shut the fuk up and then the bully wines and goes through yelled at me their meat. That's what the GPS doing right now. But let me ask you then. There are six cylinders. I believe for the Republican party that are leaving now either it's five or six. So what I guess what I'm asking are you guys going Grassroots down into those places to try and promote the job. Credit candidates. Absolutely. I think the field of who the Democratic candidates are. That's not known yet. Who who the Democratic candidates are but we certainly don't want to set the stage in these areas that the gene QP is not representing your interests. They are a very narrow white supremacist throwback to these kind of bigoted far right-wing parties in Europe. That's what the GPS become and I think we just generally want to frame this is now I mean when you look at the polls, you know, when when 75% support to the American Recovery Act when you have overwhelming support for things like the minimum wage, these are issues that you know, if you put the Democratic platform as a referendum setting aside political parties, the American people would vote for each dog. One of these items the Democratic party is actually fighting for and so we just need to align interests with Democratic candidates and starving reminding people not fall for these distractions and that the Republicans are just governing by Distraction at this point. Yeah, the the question is did you drop the the suit after Marjorie Taylor Greene unblocked you lost is actually still pending and wage a new one for you and we'll see where it goes. You know, it's attorneys fees whatever the damages are. But you know, we've been severely damaged clearly at night. It's let's do this. This isn't right. It's been really it's been really hard as a lot of emotional distress. I have had I've been waking up later. You know, I've had headaches occasionally, it's been tough. So, you know, somebody said somebody amen the guy in the right looks stoned off the green lawsuit. There it is. Yeah, we just very relaxed. That's so we we did a whole skid on our podcast the other day. About so one of the people who are retiring is Roy blunt. And so the new Republican senator retires, we call that smoke in the Roy blunt. And so we go which Republican Senators to smoke the right blood which means retiring well awesome. Awesome. And because one of them some great, yeah, it's really going to catch on. Yeah, So what do you think though, but about like the mod retailer Greens in the Longbow birds? I mean they can't win again cuz you guys get behind Greg Smith. And please please, you know, help him Muncie Creek alarm beaubourg cuz I can't take that chick will get behind who's ever in the seat going up against them whether it's him or I know there's a field of candidates will see who ends up getting to see and we'll get behind them. And I mean the problem is one of the reasons why the Longbow Bert's exists and and by Marjorie hello greens exists as they run and districts that are so heavily gerrymandered to be Republican districts wage. It becomes actually hard no matter how psychotic people are. I mean, that's why they ran qanon candidates in these places cuz they could get in no matter what that's why they'll win like pro-nazi candidates run pro-choice candidates in some places because the district is such that just because they have that are next to their name, which should be a q but just because they have that are next to their name. They'll win any election in those places regardless, but I think we need to pull put up compelling candidates in those districts and but I think we also just need to marginalize these people. I mean they're they're jokes. Like they really have no power at the end of the day. I'm not sure if I took it out. Can you still hear me John? I can still hear you say they they really don't have that much power at the end of the day and that's why the Marjorie Taylor greens of the world. What they're doing is they're invoking whatever kind of power that they do have like causing bullshit votes in the middle of Congress that just delay things and kick the can down the road a little bit like they they they do all this stuff that they do have em, In their control, but now Marjorie Taylor green is not on our committees anymore like at the end of the day, they really don't have power outside of their District. So I think we just need to overwhelm them with you know, the democratic-majority keep growing our majority and I think we need to get behind and support candidates who are who are going against them and and flipped those seats because I mean there's no there should be no rational person on the planet. Who even if you are a real public it and like they should have look at that and say Yes, I want this. I want this person who believes in Jewish space lasers and you know, God knows what to be running my party. I mean, it's it's crazy then what do you think about the filibuster now now, you know Democrats are really trying to do away with it, and they're starting more and more Democrats are on board doing away with the 60-vote majority, you know, which is kind of hard to come by in any year. What do you guys think about the filibuster and should it be a balayage? Yeah, I think the filibuster should absolutely be abolished. You know, it is a Remnant off real kind of racism and Prejudice to give minority States, you know, undo power. I mean if you just even look in the Senate the representation in terms of just voting is that overwhelmingly in terms of boats, it's Democratic, but it's very close in terms of actual Democrats vs. Republicans and you have people in States like a Kentucky like a Mitch McConnell who can hold up legislation. That's frankly beneficial for young people who live in Kentucky. I mean, you know, which is wild that they're voting for someone who's actually voting against their interests. They particularly need these types of issues, but also that they were controlling The policy of other Americans and you have bipartisan support for a legislative initiative, like raising the minimum wage. Like they you know, the the the code real effect yet. You can have Senators if it's not deemed to be a Reconciliation Bill home home of what is is needed for the American people. I mean that's you know, it's it's utterly absurd pathetic that that concept exists, but there are a lot of systemic issues. I mean when you really look at it you go from the filibuster to spread said gerrymandering when you see, you know districts that swirl and Jim Jordans District, you know, and so there's a lot The lesson that the Republicans learned from this last election is what happened on January 6th was was to public we needed to get the result but let's not be so public about like let's let's pass the legislation that suppresses the vote. Let's let's make it more difficult to get Democrats in power lets figure out ways to for example, if the governor can can help put new Senators into Power. Let's create laws that say no it's actually the assembly that going to choose who the senator that's what Mitch McConnell wants to do in Kentucky. So it's just rewriting the rules in ways that people who operate in good faith. Don't even think about because we're trying to do things for the American people. We're not trying to figure out how you take contracts social contracts and fuck them up to keep the 1% off. Power and that's what the Republicans are are doing. And when you operate with that framework and the other side of the Democrats were not trying to cheat when we were trying to get the liver result and they're trying so it's very hard to compete sometimes when you have ideas and they have cheaters and the cheaters are able to cheat without accountability. That's the life hard part. So yes, we need to get rid of the filibuster but there are other issues too that are just you know that are equally as impressive. Yeah, if it weren't for if it weren't for gerrymandering mcnicholas would not be in the Senate anymore. I mean what I mean? Yeah, it wasn't for gerrymandering. There are way more democratic voters the Electoral College. Everything is skewed to help the minority the the mind off the minority white group from small southern white States not at the adverse against minorities home. So have you guys been following Donnie dick head Junior? I mean, have you been watching his slow full full into the abyss and into the cocaine Abyss? Have you been watching his videos? He's a mess. You know, I watched a few in the beginning and you know, I know I'm not going to walk. Yeah, that's a lot of if you zoom in on the on the mouth you see a lot of weird things going on Koke sort of things. But like, you know, I'm not one to hate on anybody else's bath. Round given that I don't really have a good room rate or situation going on here, but him standing in front of the guns and every video is not the best look in the world in my opinion. He's got like the soonest like he like Brands his videos with a Dom jr. On the top right top left as if he's like a brand on Junior and he just you know, he complains about the same old shit. They're canceling me and no no no no, no, no, no, no no and it's very ominous. He's talking about, you know, yelling about schools and teachers and stuff and you're standing in front of a a body of weapon behind you like what kind of message is he trying to send to people with these videos monthly it's sad if if somebody really loved him, you know, I think they would step in and and and try to help the guy out because you know not doing great well and not only that he changes I don't know if you see like he'll go like I'm not the kind of do this and then they'll go anyway, you know, like like his voice intonation of his voice. It's almost like he's doing a shity S&M. All impression of his dad and he does this weird nasally thing and I would I would totally even butcher it if I tried to do his impression of his dad's impression, but but it's it's sad it's sad it's sad, it's really it's sometimes at the end of the day. We there are lots of people who need help they need politicians to help them. Dirty joke is very uncertain times. We need them to be helped with their health. We need to get people vaccines. We need to get people more money. We need to give people a living wage there shouldn't be a fight over whether you should have a wage to live. Like that's the dumbest concept UCS. You should have a living wage. Okay, and we just need to simplify. I think the issues too as Democrats like Democrats is Brett mentioned earlier. They should be going back to their districts tomorrow and speaking with the constituents and look what we delivered for you while they were reading. Dr. Seuss. I'd like to see by to take more visits to Texas to Florida. I'd like to see Democrats go in there and really talk about this platform for the people because the numbers are with the Democratic party. Like that's why it's great at might as much like we are we are winning in terms of what the idea is the American people like we should have to now get the right people elected who who both of those ideas. Yeah. No. No, I know and the other thing I want to say about dieting dick head junior is the last video. We just did backfire. I'm just telling you I don't know if you saw this. What was the last one? I didn't see it. Oh, it's great. He is trying to say he'll make well it's cuz it's just so bad. It's great. But he is now he bought it backfired cuz he's trying to say that he didn't watch the Meghan Markle interview, but how dare her for saying that she had a hard life and wage? He's trying to like say it but then yet he talks about Meghan Markle for eight minutes. So I believe so look. Listen. I'm not going to talk about Meghan Markle, but let me spend the next twenty five minutes talking about Meghan Markle everybody. Okay, she is a person who grew up privileged people who grew up privileged don't have anything to complain about while he's not Junior tied the most privileged person on the planet being that's this whole thing, right? Yeah. I thought the Meghan Markle thing was interesting. Just how many of these you know, Don Jr. Ben Shapiro all these types were so often they found that issue where they're like, oh, it's somebody who's talking about the ills of racism. So, it's somebody you know who Liberals are seem to be supporting. We need to come out forcefully against them and they like made it their mission to it's like do you really care so much about this story Ben Shapiro or did you hear that? Somebody said that racism was a thing and now you have to step in and say no it's not. No it's not but she yep. Variants. Obama like and I think it just shows also their nature is very contrarian. A lot of these people like it doesn't even have to do with what the specific ideas are like we could all agree that racism is bad and things that Meghan Markle was talking about, you know, if if true are horrible horrific things, but their first instinct is always if this group of people are supporting then I need to be forcefully against it and I think that kind of mindset is what extends you know, that's why that issue somehow became this like weird politicized left vs. Right thing where Republicans were defending the British Monarchy. I don't even know how that happens. But I think that extends through all these cultural issues and bills and things that things could be total vehicle things could be really good for people. But if you see an AOC if you see a job I'd and if you see a Midas Touch supporting it or whatever it may be, you know, they have to log Against it it's just in your nature. They have to oh, yeah, and that's and that's said and well, you know Piers Morgan is a Trumper and and this this is and he's just like truck funniest thing. I don't know if you saw the video, but you know, he sat there and he's been complaining about Meghan Markle for like the last two days. So finally his the weather man Alex. I forget his last name. I saw I told them out and goes, you know, even whining just because she you know unfriended U, you know, and then all you do is whine and he goes that's it. I can't take this. I'm out of here. So in other words like this is another like, you know, Trump guy who could dish it out but man he can't take it and not take it. He left the show lucky. He walked out and you just kept walking and stopped walking. It just kept walking away. Yeah. No, I mean Peirce is like the ultimate sort of, you know dish it out, but you can't take it character and they're all they're all that way. Once they get called doubt. Did you see the video game? Appears talking about at least what he thought was his date with Meghan Markle. Yeah. Yeah, and he said that this morning he said that he got ghosted by her. Yeah, and so it adds this whole other life to it that he at least thought he was on a date with her and then she never returned his calls again and that's why he's getting so buggered because she met Harry who's much credit union and isn't an ass at like he is can you believe that they've give that guy Larry King slot on CNN and he actually wants know they thinking but you know some funny he follows me and I was at and I was I was like sitting on like four or five tweets I call him out for being like, you know, horrible racist and and you know, and you know and life and did not believe that she was that she was suicidal is is a reprehensible. He didn't respond to one of them. Normally he would respond to me, but I'm guessing so many years. People came out against them according to the the Good Morning Britain. They got 40,000 people, you know emailing get rid of peers. You know what I mean? He's a big Jake Locker on Twitter too. He blocks a lot of people and I've seen I saw a lot of people from Big accounts to really small accounts with very few followers say that they were blocked by purists for calling about for everything. He said but I mean, once again, it's not you're not being canceled. It's called you said something stupid and people are are now giving their response to your stupid statement. Like are you allowed to voice your sorority and then the market can't decide what to do with that. I mean that's kind of the whole free market principles that work Timothy. Tyson says Pierce claimed that Omarosa wanted him dead. I guess he had some delusion that all women ya want to be with them. Yeah. They're powerful people in the United States job. What do you guys think about the job that Biden's doing I think he's doing a great job the fact that the Meghan Markle story is a story tells you the job that bite is doing like wage. You never be in case under the Trump Administration where anything other than Trump telling you to drink bleach would be a top story in the news. And now on with the Biden Administration, we're talking about Meghan Markle or the British. It's like fantastic. Let's look at like let's talk about what's going on in the UK. It's exactly what you wanted the president, you know, you want someone whose heads down who's doing the hard work with who's getting legislation passed was working every day. He's not on golf courses. You can see the guy, you know, partying while Americans are suffering he empathizes with every one of his statements, you know has been very thoughtful and delivered to you know, in a way that's not at hot weather or you know or stupid birth. Trunks and we just don't have a president who's a distraction which is which is great. It's exactly what you want know and you know what the biggest Scandal now is with the bidens is the dog dog bit a secret service guy. I mean, that's the big Scandal that they can come up with. I mean, could you believe that once again, I'm happy. That's the biggest Scandal that we have to be concerned about right now. But in like what I've noticed too and there are a lot of amazing reporters out there. Don't get me wrong a lot of people to do a fantastic job, but there are some people now in that White House Press briefing room who just legitimately don't know how to handle an Administration that's not just totally filled with chaos and controversy yesterday. At least a handful of the questions were about the dog. One of the questions was are they going to euthanize the dog? Literally in Washington Post reporter asked are you going to euthanize major Biden and Jensen? He's like no, we're not going to kill his dog cuz he nipped at a secret service agent. One of the questions was age. I don't understand Biden said that he was getting a cat. Where's the cat then I was like, I was like, I can't I can't I can't come up with the terms southbound PSA Ki ya Na ki Bob whatever she responds to them and you know appropriately but forcefully telling the reporters at their question is a nonsense question about the nonsense questions. That's what we call a sake bomb. If you have one of those shirts can send me a no freaking weirdo the best selling item. Yeah sake definitely get it to me. I'll you know, I always pay you should have like your shirts and another I figured I think it was another person who had like a dog I wish our thing. I mean I was trying we're anything that you know, anything that is, you know, either helping you guys out or Stuttering John podcast shirt like anything that would be good. And I would certainly definitely I would wear that I saw gents talking today talking about Biden's border plan and isn't it kind of relieving that Biden is trying now to get to reunite all those kinds of kids back with their parents that Trump would not and did not do yeah, I think somewhere between a hundred and two hundred have already been reunited which is which is pretty fantastic job. I think there is just a clear difference in leadership and I think a lot of the criticism I'm seeing and we should be critical and we should hold, you know tied into account to reunite these families and doing a thing we can but when I hear somebody say, you know Trump had cages and Biden head has you know facilities and I'm like, it's it's apples to oranges here. I mean Trump actually kept kids in cages. Then separated them from their families, Joe Biden has facilities that people could have where they have a comfortable place to sleep in have covered pretty calls or getting fed or you know, there's a place and there's a system set up to then reunite those people with the families that they may have been separated with by extenuating circumstances. But I mean what's you know, it's a hard situation but it's kind of like what's the alternative there would be rather a kid be an orphan and be on the street somewhere in the Border or do you rather the government take them in and say hey we're going to do everything we can to reunite you with your mom with your Dad. We're going to feed the mean time. We're going to make sure you're safe from covid-19. That's the more Humane thing to do than let a six-year-old kid or or nine year old kid or whatever. It may be just suffer along the border with no food with no family with nothing. Yeah, no, I know. Hey, did you guys see the Katie Porter do the take down on the oil guy? I love me a good Katie Porter take down with Katie Porter gets out the Whiteboard, you know shit is about to get rid and have you seen this? No, I haven't seen I just played it's only a minute and thank you Christy use our new member on YouTube. Thank you very much for calling me on Twitter or Stuttering John and they're okay. Check this one out. I always I'm the only one here guys. I know you have all these three areas, but I'm the only one who prepares all this stuff for my shelf life a lot even when it's three of us. So I I get it people don't understand the work that goes into putting on something like this. I know and by the way guys today is the last day for the month at least for the sake of superchat. So keep the super chance to come in. Okay, here we go. Has to be able to do between 60 ninety percent of the cost of drilling how much of those intangible calling costs. Do you need to conduct flight away from your taxes we get to do that either of those just like any other business. We cannot much do the Inception out there that you're offering from that somehow the oil and gas industry have benefits from some special offer tax structure. Breakdown. We actually we actually I will follow up with them you do benefit from special rules. There's a special tax rule or intangible drilling costs, but does not apply to other kinds of expenses that businesses. Have you get to deduct 70 per month immediately and other businesses have to amortize their expenses over their entire Profit Stream. We also please don't please don't recognize anybody telling me the oil and gas industry off. Have a special tax Provisions is if you would like that to be the rule I would be happy to help Congress deliver a yoga. I love her home. Yeah, she's she's she's great cuz she comes armed with facts. You know, she she knows I think like any good prosecutor been you might be able to speak this she knows what their answer is going to be home before she asks the question and she has the rebuttal prepared right away ready to go and and she's great. She's I think a California, she's California, right Katie Porter. I think she's out here on the South Bay off. She is fantastic and we need more passion like that. I mean the Kati porters the Tim Ryan's of the world. That's what we need to be seeing out there every day. We need to be holding these people to account and when Democrats get passionate there, you know fighting for a fairer tax code or they're fighting for workers to join a union when you see a republican if they put that side by side on CNN, they would show Bert scream About dr. Seuss, or why don't you let my terrorist friends attack the capital again or something in both. Both parties are not the same. They're fighting for different things and but you know what drives me crazy guys this whole like trying to blame the Democrats and Biden uncanceled culture. It's like first of all canceled culture has been going on since the beginning of time. I mean Jesus was a Jew canceled, you know, you know, I mean, come on like and then you raise a good point there. Let me tell you the cancel culture. We should be worried about the Jesus type would be canceled culture to be concerned about where someone is actually killed with your religious views cancel culture. We should be worried about is the president of the United States using their power to attack private businesses and individuals and deprive them of a vocation deprive them of their human rights cancel culture. We should be worried about In other countries literally canceling people on the basis of their religion and committing kind of mass murder that is cancel culture. What a truly awful having a debate and saying our ideas are logical in your ideas or illogical or we shouldn't support a private corporation that has the leaders who use racial slurs unless they apologized or change their leadership that's not cancel culture that is people coming together and exercising their first amendment rights to criticize things and and to criticize the way off powerful people from you know, make money and and and and the type of conduct that they engage in but true cancel culture is what time Republicans did and what they want to do which is to use government power to attack the people and individuals who disagree with power and wage. That's why they whine about cancel culture because they what they really want is to get that power back and use it from a government perspective to crack down on on individuals. And so the idea that we can talk critically again about corporations and people who are really powerful people who engage in Bad Axe. That's that's as American as apple pie. That's that's that's what a person that means form. And they also it's also fabricated issues, right? They're they're made up concerns and issues. I have not heard a single Democrat or liberal have not had a friend or family member say anything about dr. Seuss in their life say anything because it's a non-issue. No one gif. Ship it's a private if they private decision made by doc like that. It's a private decision made by dr. Seuss Enterprises that they decided a year ago to assemble this group of experts to figure out what books may have or racist conduct in them and imagery they decided to remove six books that are probably honestly weren't even selling. Well, I hadn't heard of any of the six books I and and they made a decision, then the Republicans go to the floor and they try to act like Joe Biden himself made a decree that dr. Seuss is now hereby banned. I mean, it's it's just like no one care like no one cares and the amount of air time on Fox News and stuff to pretend like there's some like liberal conspiracy or Joe Biden conspiracy that you can no longer like dr. Seuss. I'm like, what do you like when you even talk? What are you even talking about? And one of the things I've said to Ben is also if you're going to like defend these books so strongly why don't you show the actual pages from the books that you're defending wage? You say that they may if you think they made the wrong decision show the pages of the extremely racist anti Asian imagery in the dr. Seuss books that they decided not to show the anti-black imagery that they decide not to show show. Those don't start reading Cat in the Hat don't read. Oh the Places You'll Go no one gives a shit about those books. And so at least be if you go to stand if you want to be racist be racist, but be honest about it, say yes, I support this this is this is what I support and but they would never they would never do that because they know it's they know it's bulshit to begin with. That's a great Point man that you know that serious. I mean because it's true like why are you reading freaking, you know Cat in the Hat, you know, I mean, it's just it's Kevin must have shown. Okay show the Doctor Seuss racist bulb do horrible Asian imagery and the you know, the racist Asian imagery, you know, Kevin McCarthy and say we need this in America. This is what we need in America, they don't off Even engage in the right discussion because they're disingenuous. It's disingenuous people. Like if that's his debate then then then then are doing buddy go out there and say this is what you say. I don't give me a big straw ban argument. Well, they're all just like the they think governing is being a Twitter troll. They really just think if they rile people off enough on these rile people up enough on these cultural issues that they'll distract people from the fact that they were actively fighting against getting people $1,400 and stimulus check small and local government a vaccine distribution wage all of this stuff. They hope that they could make you forget about that by saying look what they're doing over here. Look at the Democrats try to take away your freedom to do X Y or Z and we like what we were trying to get people vaccines. We're not talking about that shit. Like we like shut the fuk up. Yeah, and isn't it just so great. I mean it's isn't it great to not have to wage. Every morning to see some stupid Trump tweets. Yo it honestly I do I wake up feeling better every day because of it. It really is it's it's it's so much better off these people doing the canceling also all my life growing up. I remember these are the people who would like be protesting outside of movie theaters. If there was like a violent movie or like protesting Eminem Warriors and things like that. These are the same people complaining about cancel culture today. It's the most hypocritical it's the most hypocritical thing on the planet but yes waking up everyday and not having Trump Tweets in my face really is excellent. Am I what we heard is that Facebook's board right now is convening because Trump actually filed an appeal to be reinstated on the service and so they have a wage like Twitter which basically Jack decides You know, you're done you're not getting back on Facebook actually has a board that decides if they're going to allow somebody to come back on and they're debating right now. If Trump is allowed to come back on and spread as messages on Facebook. And so we actually have a petition going that you could probably find on our Twitter. We could probably tweet it out after this if anyone needs to find it but we we got a petition going to try to put pressure on on the Facebook board not allow Trump back on their platform because as we now know over I think somewhere between 73 and 79% of this information on the entire internet off when down after Trump was banned from this platforms and Trump obviously incited an Insurrection that killed at least four or five people on the day and then resulted in multiple suicides and other deaths after the fact and countless injuries. And so I think it's about most importance that we we don't let this guy back on one of the most popular platforms out there to spread, you know, more hate and and insight month. Once know I know and and it's I mean, the thing that I worry about is that Mark Zuckerberg is a trump or isn't he? Yeah, he seems like one of these weird like Tech Bros that sort of libertarian ish and you know likes conservative policies Facebook itself. It's just like the world's worst website on Monday. I mean we're on it because we can't see the space to a totally conservative, you know, just let them own the space, but the fact is just the one be spread. I always I always corrected and John I told you they're not conservative. They're they're getting on yes anymore. And so I don't like to call them conservative because I don't view I don't you trust as a consumer, you know, maybe I knew mooch as a conservative. Yeah Patrol visit McCarthy is and these are crazy. These are crazy YP, you know, I'm older people like and that's the irony of trump going out and calling all these people who are against them. Rhinos when he really at the end of the day was and remains. I mean the Republican party is so changing. Now that I guess he is what a republican is just a crazy lunatic fringe Nut Job conspiracy theorist nut job, but he is the biggest rhino on the planet. If you're defining Republican, if you're define conservative as someone who wants smaller government who doesn't want a who wants to lower the deficit, you know, who cares about maybe conservation of the environment who wants freedom of speech who wants wage, you know, the government off your back the the Republican Party could not be further away from conservative values. It's really it's just a it's a fascist party what been said earlier it's like a far-off fascist party in another country. But the thing that terrifies me quite frankly is that in a lot of those European countries those parties are Fringe their marginal as they exist, but they have maybe four or five other parties and they're not a major party in most cases, but here if the balance of power does shift in 2022 or dead. Shifted 20-24 our alternative is not okay. We're going from a liberal party too conservative party. It's we're going from a party that believes in democracy to a party that wants an all-out assault on democracy and wants to reshape the country and a fascist authoritarian vision and that's what scares me and that's what keeps me up at night. And that's why the work of you know Midas Touch and all the activists on the ground and the work that took girls now, we're are so important and it's also why we have to hold the Democratic party accountable to to deliver on these promises like they just did with the American Rescue plan because if we're not delivering on these prompts four people, then you might get that sort of shifted 2022 or say Hey, you know I voted for them. But you know, I didn't get a check. I didn't get you know, X Y or Z and the alternative is far too scary for me to know to let our foot up on the gas for one second. Well, isn't it nice also that Joe Biden has not gulped once has not spent six pack. Mm of taxpayer money to go golfing. Not once yeah, he he's a serious person. He's he he's a real he's a real serious person. He cares about his family. You know, he he's religious which you know, some people might be as a good thing some people might view as a bad thing. But he had faith is very important to him as family is very important in this community is very important to him. He's a guy who I genuinely think wants to get things done and understands the he understands pain from his own family story. He understands trouble able to empathize with people and I think if you look back the list of democratic possible Democratic candidates for president, I think in retrospect it's hard to find out it's hard to imagine anybody else who I've been nominated and would have one. That's yeah. I mean, he's the he's just kind of the man for this for this time and birth. If he started telling us to drink bleach if we started golfing every day, if he started giving psychotic press conferences. I wouldn't support him. Yeah, you know, my my allegiance is to the country and I think he's doing a good job. But if he did if he started doing things that were fucked up, you know, there's no Cult of Joe Biden something like it's like, you know how long we'll we'll hold him accountable but you know, he's if it was up to him we'd have the minimum wage passed. Yeah, and by the way, and that and that drives me crazy when you see people from kind of the far left criticized by and then say, oh, he never wanted a minimum wage like he's not delivering because we didn't get a hundred percent of what we ask for. I go bulb bullshit. That's one of the biggest priorities for the Democratic party and for Joe Biden, but the fact is we live in a democracy. We live in a government where there is a process to get these things past month. I think they exhausted nearly every option that they possibly could to get the bill through without then tying The Spill up in the courts and then delaying the relief and the aid that people really desperately need down and we need to do what we can and we need a tried I was as mad as anybody that we couldn't get fifteen dollars an hour hour past but it doesn't mean you spike the football and go home because you didn't get everything you wanted in the first piece of legislation that came out and just like it's bullshit and that's the kind of attitude that I think divides and I think is I think it's really bad for the country. You know, what's so weird guys. I have four of my cousins in you know in Long Island, but while they were from Long Island, but you know somewhere in Boston, but they they just emailed me on Facebook, you know off the private email and it's all this, you know, they're born again Christians and they send me something from Charlie Kirk who we all know is an ALT, right lunatic. Yep. You know AKA Alex Jones. Yeah, you know you're alone is a it's some pasts or somewhere questioning, you know saying Joe Biden is anti-catholic anti-christian, you know, and meanwhile, I'm going what garbage are you guys like it's because you have to believe the truth what truth? I mean these these people are lunatics wage like evangelicals that are against buying our and poor Trump. They're freaking crazy man. I think that what the Trump Administration exposed if it had not been exposed yet. Is that this Evangelical movement and I'm not speaking to all Evangelical Christians here, but the specific Evangelical sort of political movement. They act like it's based around religion, but I really believe that it's based around propping up white supremacy at the end of the day. I think that is the end goal. Trump was there guy who was doing that for them drop was their guy who's job Putting in judges and and shaking up the system in a way that allowed them to get these extremely radical judges in all across the country and pass legislation that maybe liked that were anti-abortion and things like that and they view everything through that lens. But I think really at the end of the day, I think they are trying to uphold white supremacy and buy it in is a threat to that and the Democrats represent a threat to that so, you know and the only way to that's why Trump would say, oh, he hates God when meanwhile, you know, what's Trump doing every Sunday what's Biden doing? Every Sunday Trump is on the golf course and biding his actual church with his family. And Biden is is like one of the most like religious presidents we've had in in modern history and and has been his entire life. He wears Faith honestly, if it's just a ridiculous and disingenuous argument even argue otherwise and there's an alternative, you know issues at play there. What do you have in your hand Brett? It's a it's a it's a it's a tennis ball. That's a tennis ball. It's a little tennis. It's honestly my dog's toy which I have in here for the time. It's not my it's on my desk as a stress as a stress ball right now, you know, you know, I'm going to do this anyway because it's been on for two hours, but tell me what you guys are up to next. We got a lot of plans through 2022. I think, you know we probably said this before but the fact is that for far too long Democrats didn't start campaigning. So to speak until home 90 days, you know a hundred eighty days out from an election right now. We're seeing people are going to be starting to vote for twenty twenty-two candidates within the year within within the next year or the first votes for 20 22 are happening. So we better start now and that has to do with you know specific races, but it also has to do with hey Taco been Dennis. Cap off has to do with the keto Taco for short but it also has to do with you know, she'll showing our winds along the way we are, you know, we we just need to grow every day. We need to be supporting policy proposals that we think are beneficial for Americans. I mean at the end of the day, I don't I don't like Like one week pass things like the American Rescue plan because it helps Democrats. I like going past things like the America recommend cuz it helps Americans and it helps people and I think there are too many people out there who are who are suffering every day off. So I think we just need to keep our heads down be doing the work try to ignore the noise as much as possible or just say, oh look, they're doing all this noise because they don't want you to know X Y and Z. They don't need to know that the Democratic just passed this or that we're doing this. So I think we just need to be out there before sfil. I hope we're able to learn from what we did in Georgia and are on the ground efforts and applied on a bigger scale come 20/20 to come twenty twenty four, you know, it all depends how in the next year how are able to grow and and scale this organization up so that we can do more on the ground efforts run more TV ads do more Billboards and things like that. So, you know, we just gotta get it. Got to keep it all going. Well. Thanks Brett. And you know the keto is what kind of dog been dead. That key does a Maltese he's a freaking cutest dog. I liked that dog. I mean, you know, I normally don't like the like tiny ones but that one looks like a good damn dog. Will listen man. Thanks. Thank you guys for coming on. I really appreciate it. And I I think you're doing the Lord's work and and you know say, you know, please say hi to Jordie for me will do abs. Absolutely and thanks as always for having us and for your support and everybody out there who's watching the guy to support. This is Joe support John. It's a great show One Man Band. I could tell you the three of us do our podcast the might have such podcast. It's really hard to run a podcast especially on your own. So throw your support to John when he's doing here is incredible. Well, thanks and get and go ahead and plug when you shows on your website and everything else. Yes. We got the Midas touch podcast. We've been having some great guests and great shows off. That's mitas m e i d a s touch Midas Touch podcast one word and we have new episodes every Tuesdays and Fridays. 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ENVE Builder Round Up - builder interview mash up

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

52:40 min | 3 months ago

ENVE Builder Round Up - builder interview mash up

"Hello and welcome to special edition of the gravel ride podcast. I'm your host. Craig dalton. I'm releasing this week's podcast just on the heels of returning home from ogden utah. I was visiting this week. Sponsor envy composites. Envy was hosting their annual builder roundup showcase as well as a new event called grow. The builder roundup is a who's who of envy partners from around the world. I saw tun of gravel an adventure bikes a few mountain bikes. Fat bike an electric bike and all sorts of amazing things. The words you'll hear in this podcast will be challenged to really express. How truly unique and gorgeous and impressive the craftsmanship. All these bikes were. I encourage you to seek out. These pitchers on the web on instagram of post. Some on my account but really look at the details of these bikes. Because it's clear these craftsmen are exceptional at their work. I wanted to get you an opportunity to hear from some of the craftsman in their own words. So i did some many interviews about a dozen of them. That cobbled together in this episode. You'll notice some variation in the audio as some of the interviews were held in a room while others were on the show floor. But i really wanted you to hear from the builders themselves. So i'm just going to let them fly. And hopefully any ups and downs in the audios will be okay when you walk away from the totality of this episode before we begin just a couple more words about our sponsor and v composites. I got to do a full factory tour while i was out there to see. The rim manufacturing handlebars seat posts and also the full frame set from envy that we talked about with neil shirley few episodes ago a couple things to share about that tour. That really impressed me. First of all all the manufacturing is done in house. We got to see the raw roles of carbon fiber. Come in the templates. In which those roles carbon-fiber are cut and laid into molds to create the various products. That you know so well. We also got to see the elaborate in house testing labs that they run in the various machines that they torture these products with to make sure they obtain the standards. That envy is known for around the world from my vantage point. These machines absolutely abused the products. We saw frame being talked to no end. We saw spokes being ripped out through rim holes. We saw the impact tests machine for rhames was really impressive and clearly when envy get some feedback from the road. Someone saying i was just riding along. They can safely say. There's no way you were just riding along with that. Impac must have been hit by a truck because we know our products are tested to such an extreme standard. So that was really cool. I am a sucker for. us manufacturing. So i was super geeked out and stoke to see not only all the machinery but all the craftsmen and women that were operating in ogden utah and just the passion that they have as a company for creating exceptional products in the marketplace. After the builder round up on friday was saturday mornings groto event. it was a two hundred rider. Events and my first mass participation of since the pandemic began so it was very excited to toe the line nervous. The stated course had over eighty five hundred feet of climbing and i believe was supposed to be clocked at around eighty five miles. I had a little ride in from the hotel so at the end of the day i wrote one hundred miles. Did that eighty five hundred feet of climbing. My total ride. Time was just over eight hours and thirty minutes so it was a huge day out on the bike for me. Hats off to kneel and anybody else who had a hand. in course design. It was really a showcase of the area. We had some beautiful canyon road rides. Single track tough rocky fire road climbs and descents very beautiful surrounding. Just when you thought you were done. Neil through a couple of loops on the way back into town on some interesting single track that ogden had to offer it was really one of those courses that in my opinion tested every element of you as a gravel rider so hard beautiful and challenging a perfect gravel course with all that said. Let's jump right into my dozen many interviews. They're going to jump around a bit. So just follow along. You'll catch up. Each builder introduces themselves. And their brand and gives a little bit of an overview of the bike. They brought to the roundup. I've also got four more long-form interviews coming up off the top of my head breadwinner cycles scarab out of columbia spooky and most likely sage titanium so keep an eye out in your feet for those as well. Let's dive right in all right. Can you tell me your name. And the brand. My name's cole bennett. And i run weis manufacturing. And where are you located in brooklyn new york said. Tell me about this very special bike here at the envy build around. This is our gravel s. l. model. It's a seven thousand series aluminum. Construction and with the carbon seat mass. There's like a gravel racer that we build. It's got a lot of details if you look closely pr- pretty much everything. We don't use any off the shelf parts. So all our dropouts bottom brackets head tubes. We design and have cnc made for us and a lot of our tubing profiles are also custom. So yeah it's been a lot of work went into this thing it's hard to over. The microphone described the back. End of this bike. You try to do at some justice. Sure i'll try so basically all of our frame seven eight. Symmetrical rear ends visit trickle down from our first frame model which is a racing track racing bikes so the is symmetrical rear. End as a stiffer drive side. It's bigger diameter being dropped. Stay just like you'd see in a of race bikes but they do that on both sides. So yeah the gravel bike also is that what is the process. Look like for customer wanting to get one of the right now. it's. I've actually closed orders so the process right now is get on the mailing list and wait for us to release some frame slots but basically the way the process goes is. They're working with me. It's a small operations me and one other person. That's helping me a yeah from start to finish. Its customer experiences a big thing for me so from start to finish. I'm with the customer talking through custom paint custom. Gio everything soup to nuts in that discussion. If they come to you and say hey. I want to six fifty by fifty millimeter tired versus somebody who wants more of a road. Plus bike you. Do you make modifications. i've actually started. Put my foot down a bit on that kind of stuff. Because basically what i tell customers is look we put a lot of. Rnd into figuring out tire clearances everything. That's go- so let's not alter the basic platform of the model But we're happy to do custom gio to really dial in your fit but do you want to grab a bike. We have gravel model. You want a road bike. We have a couple role models and so on gacek absolutely stunning bike. The brought hair congrats. Thank you thank you. Hey my name's cam falconer companies falconer cycles. And i'm in quincy california. Good save their here at the envy. Builder roundup for the party starts. I make custom tig welded steel bikes and most of what i make is pretty simple and pretty straightforward definitely function of the bike. I'm showing here. Today is an odd one it's Coaster brake seven hundred fifty millimeter flat. Barbeque so what is it. Well i don't know it's meant to be attributed to pneumatic tyre safety schools of the eighteen ninety s and these were the bikes over the first spikes that would appear modern to us as modern cyclists with pneumatic tires and equally size wheels. And a chain drive and the visual cues the really tall head tube in the sweat back bars and the sloping top tube. You saw this in eighteen ninety s and that's sort of era and i've always liked that sort of aesthetic than finally decided to make something like it so it is the couple of things that are interesting on it. Front hub is paul from chico. Calif had to make an axle for it to make it work with the through. Axle and the front rack is an idea. Had an. it's made from two curved pieces of titanium sheet metal welded together and the curves reinforce each other so creates rigidity. It's designed to hold something pretty small and light like a sleeping bag. And then the rear hub is an american made. Bendix from the fifties still can't get finer Custom break so thanks for listening. Curtis english from napa california. I build under retro and english cycles. What i brought to the open house. This year is a retrograde funder of titanium so we have been doing over the years. We've made titanium bikes a couple of different versions but never long-term. We've always stuck with steel. So we're attempting to play with high again and we working with simple up in portland. So i do all the bending so far the two two batches we've done. I went up there and help build them as well. But i do all the bending in house in california and then drag everything up there and then we build them at the simple factory. So is there anything specific about the geometry of the spike. This is pretty standard under also long front end slack head angle fairly short changed as but not crazy short ideas trying to like not make not racing towards the most extreme geometry. Slackest head angle. And all i still wanna bike. That can be ridden cross country impaneled. Everything pretty decently but not definitely not shooting for like the most extreme downhill. Hard to bike. I'm looking for bike. That's like fun to ride up hill and down. Have you seen a difference. Like when you're writing your steel funder versus this difference. In the way it feels that you might advise customers to think about. That's a great question. I haven't actually ridden a mountain bike tight in titanium in my gravel. I have a steel when end a taiwan and other than being a slight hair lighter. I they both right. I don't know. I enjoy both the geometry. Change a little bit on the new bikes. It's more. I can't tell you i don't know i haven't tried the mountain bike at so i'm sure for most people. There's just a certain allure of titanium that makes it a dream material to eventually get to and why built myself when i built six customers. Bikes and seven bike was mine and i built myself that i could have this answer. I just can't keep him. I never feel comfortable making something that i haven't tried. And so usually. When i try something new geometry or whatever. It's on myself or good friend. So i can get good feedback from them on these. I wanted to make sure that. Like i was the one trying it out and seeing how they road and if there was gonna be tweets that i needed to do for different size people and that sort of stuff so perfect. Thanks for the overview yeah. Hey my name's jeremy said would see designs. I'm up in santa rosa california and this year for the envy show. I brought a. It is an electric assist mountain bike but using envy rigid fork. But it's mainly main purpose of this bike is to carry kind of whatever you need your needs are in this case. I have a barbecue in one of these bags. And it's the whole drinks and and some cook with the two trails and that's the purpose of this bike is and it's basically carry all electric assist bike to help to help peddle pills and stuff because it's going to be fully loaded basically nice. You've got the envy adventure fork on the front. This is not this. is there mountain. because it's the built frame was built around mountain bike. Geometry and twenty nine wheels. And if it's up to two point six tire yes it's just one of the just showing off that can do custom frames and they build all different kinds so this is just one of them. Can you tell us a little bit about the brand and how long you've been doing it. So the brand was started. My brother and i started a company back in one thousand nine hundred and we were in san francisco for till two thousand and one and then recently not recently thousand won't move to santa rosa california. So it's next. Year is going to be out thirtieth year anniversary. So it's going on for a while. It's amazing what type of frame materials are usually using. So these days. I've actually offered titanium recently the last few years so do steel aluminum titanium and building any kind of custom bike. Basically tandems road mountain cross gravel bikes commuter line which i call him my boy java girl line and and these are the one i brought here to bike is basically like a specialty by custom bike being whatever people want. Basically on the gravel bikes. Are they all one hundred percent custom and what that process look like when you're working with the customers. Yes all the bike. These days are all custom so work with an individual person one at a time we do a full fitting if they're near our area or they send me their body measurements and i work from that and design a frame what their needs are tire size components and then we come up with a bike handwriting and when they find when they okay it the customer okay then allow looks to be what they want. And that's designed around their body measurements and that's how the bill actually starts to happen at that point. Can you tell me about one of the signature features on the bike. That i've seen on i think is it all your bikes that i see this on most. Yeah so the wish we basically. It's a wishbone. Stay that i do. And i use pennies to cap off the tubes so that started back in the nineties like early mid nineties. Maybe i i think i was trying to get. I used to cap them. With steel caps. That i used to make and then i realized pennies over there. Minute cost a penny each so it was a lot cheaper than having them fabricated somewhere or a machine shop to those caps. So that's what started that and a gravel and cross bikes. If the customer wants a wishbone. Stay i use dimes to cap off the tubes because there are sixteen mills stays in the mountain. She's in one thousand nine mill stay which has a penny size cap on their fyodor mountain bike. It's a two cent rebate and gravel bikes. Get up and across vizquel. Twenty cent rebate. So he gets a money back. I'm the only frame builder that offers money back. When you buy frame you hear it here. First if someone's looking at whether a gravel bike what what kind of turn around time do you have for custom bike so right now. It's about four to five months a little longer titanium and then if it's a custom paint job it also takes a little longer but most of the bikes get color-coded perfect. Thanks jeremy does. I'm dave and my brand is sage titanium bicycles throughout the envy builder roundup wanting to tell the listener about what we've got in front of us so the bike we have in front of us is our storm king gravel bike. This is the do at all. Quiver killer monster gravel race that you can also take adventure by packing stuff on kind of thing like it's just it does it. All it was designed around seven hundred fifty millimeter tires. It's a pretty aggressive geometry in general but the reality is every bike is built custom one at a time for each individual customer. So we could actually customize the geometry to the individual so if somebody really wants a storm king to be more relaxed for more loaded touring sure no problem. But the general nature of the bike itself is more race oriented kind of thing and yes. That's the storm king for where we're at and let's let's talk about the frame material and what you guys typically work with all of our bikes one hundred percent. Usa made the storm in particular. We make in our shop in house in portland. We only use titanium three to five you know. Us source straight gauge across the board for the storm king. No no budding or anything like that but of course if a customer has a request were more than happy to accommodate and you know the frame itself has a variety of finishes that we can offer as well so generally we offer a brushed finish with maybe standard decals as a easy way to get you out the door but we do from a custom finish standpoint. We can offer everything from Paint to sarah coat to analyze bead blast to you know mass graphics like across the board and so the show bike we have here is a combination of just about everything we do. So we've actually got seiroko. Finish fading to a bead blast with raw graphics raw titanium mixed in analyze logos on top. So it's really it's four different finishes on one frame which has been saying but it came out great though yet. It's very visually interesting. It's not over the top but you can see when you get close to it the level of detail and the changing techniques that used to the finish the bike no our painter just outdid himself. You know the thing i love about the fade for example is that it actually is a true fade. When you actually get close up on the bike. I've seen a lot of fades where it's a much harder edge and this just it blends so naturally kind of thing. It's just it's great and then just being able to match the sarah. We actually sarah coat all of the envy components that we can sarah code carbon which is a bit unusual that it's not the in order to sarah coat carbon in order to coach something you actually have to cure it at. I think it's three hundred and fifty or three hundred and sixty degrees and carbon doesn't like being heated up so our paintshop is figured out a way to to actually sarah the carbon and curate and it's all good to go and we've been sarah customer bikes for awhile now forks bars dams everything and everything's been great so we were. We went over the top with this one with just really just making the graphics on where you definitely got show with your game here at three built around up seriously i mean. It's like the level of bikes around. Here you can't come slacking off to this show. It is whole game on. It's a game or go home. So thanks for the overview dave. Thanks appreciate it all right. can you introduce yourself. And the brand. You're representing today. My name's tony brandy. And i work with number twenty two titanium bicycles out of johnstown new york and tell me about the break you've brought to the envy build around up. So this is our titanium. All road bike called the great divide disc. What makes this particular. One unique is the fact that we used envy's integrated front end so there fork one piece bar in stem and headset that allows the brake lines to be run internally through the head tubing's so that all the lines are hidden inside the handlebars well. That gives it a very kind of striking and unusual look when you eliminate all the cables from the front end of the bike really leading into that making it look different. We also adopted the use of coat on this particular model so this is actually called stormtrooper white coat and we also did what we're really known for is our analyzing finish and this is gold. Ano- can you describe what serotonin that finish is so syrup. Coat is a ceramic coating that goes over the tubing in contrary wet paint is very similar process but in its makeup. It is entirely different. This is durable. it's incredibly thin. It also allows us to do different things that what does it do like being able to put it in places that are a bit more flexible because paint can't flex the same way. A lot of coatings can. I can't let you go without asking about these. Vendors on the spike titanium vendors are definitely unique. They really bring this bike. Their full titanium we even down to the package of making the small little brackets and bolts that. Attach it to the bike. Those are all titanium in those that we could analyze. We did now. This model is road plus model. Can you talk about the gravel models that have in the number twenty two lineup so the gravel models that are a bit more big tire oriented. Like seven hundred forty fives. We've got the drifter drifter ex drifter is a bit more race oriented a little bit more aggressive geometry. It also has a tapered head tube in the titanium. Isp so it's very visually striking for those that are looking for a little bit more of an adventure style gravel bike. The standard drifter uses a traditional seat post which a lot of people like because some end up using drop her posts as well as a slightly more relaxed geometry. So it's more adventure based your bike packing things where people like to get a little bit more out in the woods and for customer looking to get a number twenty two bike. How long do they need to wait. So at the moment where twenty. Two weeks lead time and that's a moving target. We have been able to get all the parts that we need for complete bikes. But we still need to make. The frames are sales. Have been increasingly. Outpacing what we can manufacture. But that's a good problem to have absolutely and the manufacturing is in house in new york. It's all done in johnstown new york so basically halfway between montreal and new york city and is the customer buying from stock selection of frame sizes or are you a custom shop. We do both. We have the standard sizes and stock options but we also do custom options and custom could be down to getting the fit details from a customer and the overall even just visual appearance could look better with a different size head tube for example. Or if it's somebody who's a slightly larger writer weaken change certain tube sizes to make stiffer or ride within what we expect of that frame that we designed originally thanks for that overview. Tony no worries anytime all right. Can you tell me your name. And the brand. Yeah my name. Is carl strong and the brand is pursuit cycles. More out of bozeman montana. I've known for titanium bikes strong frames. But i've recently started accompanying call pursuit and we do custom modular monocoque carbon fiber frames that we make entirely in house in bozeman montana. Nice and this particular gravel bike. That's in front of us. What are some of the attributes of it. Well we call it an all road because maxed ours is is a forty on seven hundred fifty six fifty so it's a little more towards the road end of the spectrum versus That might go more to the adventure and so it does. It's a perfect race bike for something like unbound grabble. I'm writing in here on mountain bike. Rides like craziness performing flawlessly. So we're real excited about that. But some of the attributes are its custom size. We can tweak geometry it's got. We do custom laps. Custom paint custom parts picks the features that. We're most excited about it. We have the internal bearings on tapered head to we've chosen to bond in titanium threaded bottom bracket it's a t forty seven so there's no squeaking or pressing issues that you get with a lot of carbon frames for the same reason we bonded in a mandra wound seat tube so you have a perfect fit for your post. We use an external clamps leaders. Know fussing around. And fiddling with Saddle or the posting put. We do compression molded dropouts which allows us to machine the break. For perfect break alignment break machine in the break surface. And then we bond in titanium axel guides so that there's wear and tear on the on the dropouts when you put your willing and out we've also sandwich that driller hangar between the hub and the drop out so that it stiffens up the rail your hangar which gives you better performance with electric shifting because that puts a lot of force on derail your hands. So what does the customer journey look like when they call you up to order a bike like this. Well they start by placing and deposit. That puts them in q. And it kicks off what we call our design process and so the first thing we do with our customers we figure out what method we want to use to determine their fit profile. Do you have one. Do you have a fitter. You like to work with that can provide us with one or do you want us to do it once we figure out which one of those were gonna do. We do it. We generated fit profile. And from that. i'll drop them. Out of schematic of a bike with their fifth profile. So that we can discuss all of the little of their fit the way it integrates with the bike their priorities and desires. Once we get to fit nail. The geometry nailed we talk about layup going to determine the way the bike feels and then we moved from there to the finish. That's a big thing. We have a lot of finish options. We have design services that they can choose to go with it. They want something that's custom made by our professional graphic designers specifically for them. And then after that we do the whole parts pick and then build it. Delivery time is usually when you can get parts about three months from start to finish their quick on their decision making we try not to speed anybody up in the process so we want them to work at a comfortable ready to speed making their decisions not feeling under pressure and we wanna make sure that they're confident that when they do finally sign the okay and you know exactly what they're going to get and performs exactly as they expect perfect. It's gorgeous looking by congratulations. Thank you very much. Yeah appreciate it. Can i get your name. And your brand names kevin mclaughlin. My brand is pine cycles. I hadn't heard a pint cycles before brand new right. We are in new brand launching today at the envy build around up. Yep that's awesome. Tell me about the bike. We just looked at so. This bike is our attempt to make the most versatile bike that we possibly can. Some of the unique design features of is a has a custom dropout. That has unique inserts. That you can interchange depending on how you want to ride the bike. So the insert on the bike is told by one. Forty two flat out for district use and then we also have a standard. Qr dropout for if you want to run the bike with rim brakes. And then you can swap the fork or attract dropout if you want to run single speed or fixed gear. Not only that. The bike also fits three separate tire sizes so fits seven hundred thirty five. Sixty by forty-seven that's on the bike here and then twenty six by two point three and those all work together really well because they're all roughly the exact same outer diameter so that gio is not changes not compromise when you change over those wheel sizes amazing so all the way to two point three that we said incredible. I wouldn't have wouldn't have gotten that visually at the rear end of the bike. That's pretty impressive. Junked yeah i mean because the tire is little bit smaller size as the chain stay. Nc state tapers it allows for more clearance with the same sort of chain state-linked and it's pretty short chain of four eighteen mill chain state. I'm so very much should sporty road geometry riding bike and then on the front end of the bike which envy fork of rocking. So we're actually running an allied all road. This fork made in the usa and the reason that we do that is a meets the exact geometry of the whiskey. Long reach rim break fork. What's the three seventy five mil. So those folks can interchange with the frame for when you want to run. It rained break or break. I don't think i asked you about the frame material. You've chosen for the spike. So it's a steel frame. It's made out of columbus zona tubing the entire frame every single every single tube is columbus. Main italy nice and what type of fewer advising the listener as terms of the ride quality of the bike. That that type of tubes that delivers how would you describe it. You know what i mean. Zona is slightly on the lower end within. Columbus is line so a lot of the bikes that you'll see in the show are going to have a life or spirit which are really nice. Really lightweight upset so ours is a little bit more budget but still provides really amazing steal ride quality. It just may be a slight bit heavier than some of these really nice deal bikes. That are here and you guys are based in salt. Lake city utah. Yep exactly nice cool. Well kevin thanks for the over you. I appreciate it absolutely thank you. Yeah congrats looking bike for shit. Let's start off. Why don't you give me your name. And the brand. New representing yeah. My name is expert. I'm at mosaic. Were in boulder. We may titanium bikes. We do maybe one steal road bike a year but everything else is. Yeah straight titanium. We're on track to do. Maybe may over crossing our fingers. Open for two hundred. Two hundred fifty to seventy five frames this year. That's amazing because every one of them one's i've seen come out of the mosaic shop is super special and unique at least aesthetically speaking. Yeah it's it's good. I think so too. I'm setting up the fixture each and every frame we do and usually i'm talking with mark trying to get a picture of who were doing this bike for and he's always got a cool story of this person may hurt their back or this person's be racer six foot six rower from stanford he needs big tubes. He's putting down big watts. So we're getting we're making things for people it's cool. I love that feeling since you started on that threat. I always like to ask the question. Like what's that customer journey look like for someone who picks up the phone and gets in contact with mosaic. Typically we like we like when are bike shops are putting the frames out. 'cause they can we're starting to get a big influx orders house when our bike shops can do some of that upfront work for us and figure out how the bill's gonna look what cranks are using. What tires of this guy want And then your mark whip geo hills start talking paint with the customer and then when it comes into my hands we have a total idea of exactly how this spikes can look. What kind of pain. We're going to head badge is going to be mirror finished everything that i build it. Aaron wolves it would make sure it fits all everything's rise to spec and then we send it over to paint. That's when you're seeing the moneymaker paying jobs. What does that was that like from timeframe perspective. I know it varies all over the place but right now nascar liberty. We're slammed right now. I think for me personally. I'm doing i average about one and a quarter frames per day. And i'll try to do big batches of prep-work and then batches of frames and one and a quarter so like i'll do to frames day for a week and then i'll start prepping frames the next week. But that's about my timeline. Gotcha and tell me about the beautiful bike. You've brought to the envy build around app. Yeah we built it for this guy named charlie in chicago. He went through smith. They put a tap into it. And it's a gt one forty five. He's gus oversize tubes on it. He wants to drive some watson to that frame so he's got Nine hundred millimeter see stays. He's got forty four millimeter down to thirty four nine c. two. It's gonna be good stiff forum if it's forty five. Millimeter tire pretty slammed. Geo it's going to handle pretty snappy. It's almost like a gravel. Crip bike some. You can really shred some dirt with and he wanted some green in there he was talking with mark and mark was thinking man was to try for this and we made it like a mango try fade and then before it went to paint. Mark got the idea of though some bass boats sparkle in there. And when you see that thing in the sun has got through some purples and some greens in in the orange part of the tri fade. It's beautiful man yet does. Really papas a show. By how cool is it. That's an actual customer bike. That's going to be delivered presumably weeks after the show. I think is really cool. I mean i've never been in. Mozambique we purposely built a show. Where everything we're doing is customer bikes in. It's cool to our customer. Bike is a show bike and vice versa. You know the app to that level. Where every bike is dialed coming out of the shop. We'll take any of them to be open house and be proud of what we're bringing. The absolutely i mean weld. Quality is just always topping. mesa got way more than those ten thousand hours. You know he's good. Yeah i can willed. You can slap a beatdown goal. Why appreciate the overview this an awesome. Yeah good view all right. Why don't we start off. Just give me your name and the brand name. Yeah matt nelson pretty much the builder at saltaire cycles. It's just me one man show. And where are you located salt lake city and tell me about the types of bikes. You like to build. It's pretty much gravel. When i started building wasn't a called gravel offroad extreme train bikes withdraw bars. It's my forte. And this what people come to meet for the most part. I mean i do hard tales occasionally like i. I love mountain biking. I've a couple of harte's myself but yeah it's you know. Sometimes it'll just be like a road bike that takes thirty. Two's but it's mostly you know something to take up to a forty sometimes more with dropped bars and is it a completely custom operation. It is yeah. I don't do any production bikes and to be honest. My price point doesn't really yet reflect full custom. But they're all you know they're one offs so my price point basically will include custom geometry custom sizing just because of the way our break. And how long have you been building bikes for. I bought my first bike in two thousand eleven. I went to bicycling suit in portland and at the time. I was an architect and just had the bug built. My first bike really loved. It came back combed salt lake and just wanted to do more building for friends and just getting more experience and then in two thousand fourteen. I think i registered as a business with the solid but i still had a fulltime job as an architect and then it just grew from there and then as of january twenty sixteen. It's my full time job and tell us about the frame. Materials teas primarily steel occasionally. I'll do some stainless like full stainless frames. But it's a lot of columbus sometimes reynolds. But i ventured i've done. I did do one. Stainless frame with carbon. see mass. Which actually collaborated with nba on. But yes steals my thing and i'm actually a browser so i don't well. I'm not a big wilder. So i i do. Philip mores bikes bug by experts. People that like the classic look and then sometimes mix and match by lamb bike and tell me about the ride quality if someone calls and asks about. What's the output would you. What's the feeling the riders gonna get on one of your bikes. Yeah so. I mean a lot of people. Think of steel. Or what's been circulated out. There is like steel is real and you know it has a great ride quality especially for off road in. That's true. I mean you can build a steel lake. That's what's the right word. It's more forgiving. it's gonna flex and all the right parts but you can also build a very stiff frame. Say someone wants to crit racing or whatever they just want a stiff frame. You know that that can raise for forty five minutes. It's just there's i mean the to technology that columbus and the other brands reynold have continued to push even win after aluminum and carbon became the top performing materials. They've continued to make to stiffer stronger and thinner wall so they can be lighter but yeah so dance your question. I mean my personal like for extreme writing is a bike. That's like an what they call oversize tube standard so in these days it you look at the bike and it looks like skinny to bike. But it's it's actually pretty stiff depending on the size but it can you can. Do you know it feels great. It doesn't beat you up on a long ninety mile. Eighty five hundred feet climb mixture in ride and then again for a bigger writer that might be flexing a frame that you know someone ways one hundred and fifty pounds you can upsize those tubes and you can tune the ride. You can tune the quality of the right basically. Is that sort of part of the customer journey. With the if i call you up looking for a bike to work through what i'm looking for. What my body weight and sizes. Yeah exactly yeah. I mean i want. There's a big thing i want to hear from you. Like how do you plan on using the bike. And what kind of writing do you like to do. Aesthetics comes into. I do get customers. Who were like you know. I love steal. But i don't want us. I don't want one of the skinny to you. Know school looking bikes. And you know like columbus came out with their sendo tubes at which is their hundred year anniversary. I think in twenty nine thousand nine hundred. And that's probably the stiffest that tube set alone is probably the stiffest steel tubes that i've ever seen just has a massive forty four millimeter down tuban tapered seat to oversized integrated head to in the in. The chain stays are actually much taller. I think they're like thirty. Six compared to the standard thirty oval design so it makes a super stiff bike still relatively light as well depending on what size it is. Can you tell me about the bike. The you brought to the envy builder roundup. Yeah so that bike is i mean. I'm i'm calling it the rodeo especial. It set up to do these you know. Sixty seventy eighty ninety mile. Gravel grinders mixed terrain. I mean it's a lot like a cyclocross bike but through some water bottle losses on it a little bit more clearance for a bigger tire. So the when i brought to is can fit up to a forty seven hundred forty again this philip race bike. Actually how to most of my frames. I send to colorado paint but i went did a liquid jobs locally and really well. This bike is actually for a local writer. Who will he's going to ride tomorrow. And it's going to be the first time right. But i think he'll be he'll be stoked on it and he's he's inbound go he. I think he's going to really excel on this bike and on this course tomorrow nice. Thanks for the overview. I appreciate it. Yeah you bet thank you. Let's start out by getting your name and the company you work for ya cody stevenson from holland cycles. Out of san diego california and tell us a little bit about holland so holland has been in business now for forty seven years building frames its bill holland and i came on into the fall with bill about ten years ago and when he started out was he starting in steel bike. Yeah exactly he did steel frames and then he went through into the titanium. Realm back with is in trout. Many moons ago and and then we also offer in the last ten years here. We've offered a common option as well interesting. Tell me about the show bike. You brought to envy. Show the that we we brought is it's an age. Gti it's one about grandma models. This one is to buy system with clearance for fifty mill ties. It's got a real sweet set. A a are three point. Four on it. It's my personal by so i to rip it up tomorrow and the rodeo and just a lot of the features that you wanna touch on with with the growl black you want it to be able to perform. Obviously you want it to be comfortable and you wanted to be stable. That's pretty big tire clearance. How are you able to achieve that. Lots of indie bending stays and placement of the stays at the bottom bracket just really honing in on. How can we get the best of both worlds in regard to clearance for the and also have enough clearance for your james. What does the journey look like for a customer who wants to get at holland. Titanium frame first thing. That customer is deuce pick up the phone and give me a coal and we set up a feeding appointment. We really big on doing the feedings in house. We have people flying all over the country to come and do the fitting because we that the fitting obviously is the first piece of it but we also said like to figure out what the individual wants from quality and handling perspective. Because there's so many options that we can do with the frames and then obviously anything with customers. Hurry up and white you get put into the bill list. We do complete bikes or frame sets and obviously lead times. Were much easier to decipher eighteen months ago. And right now we are in a nice position of being able to still bikes out the door but obviously with the influx of ordering where nine to twelve months out on delivery at this point gotcha. Was there a point in time going back a few years since you've been there ten years that you started to see this influx of a bigger tire adding this offroad absolutely and i mean i'm i'm rhody per se but i grew up racing. Bmx so i loved taking my bike off road. Even though it was a road by with caliber breaks and we we got more and more of the sort of murmurings of can we put a twenty eight on this. Can we know which obviously was this some astounding with tire. And can we run ninety psi and so from there obviously evolved into. Let's get of calipers and where we're all in on. You know whatever whatever clearance we can get for option some in if you can get as much clearance you can always put a thirty two or thirty five on it to if you had to hazard a guess. What percentage of the bikes are tending towards gravelled. Basically for us it's almost split directly down the middle so we offer our gravel bikes titanium and then we have a carbon road frame as well as an option and we actually still do that in a rim. Brake options remain disk in on the road side of things. But yeah in if we get a call for a titanium frame grabber friend and are you on the carbon side. Forgive me if i miss this. But it is it exclusively on the roadside or. Do you make carbon gravel bikes as well. We do not make carbon gravel buck. We feel the tiny is a bit of material just from an impact perspective. We do our road. Bike has clearance for thirty five mill- ties but it is not a ground life per se right that sense since i'm curious you mentioned earlier about that internal process. You have making carbon fiber frames out of san diego. Can you just talk sort of high level for the listeners. So they understand. I mean it blows my mind that the carbon fibers coming in these sheets. And you're going from there sure. Yeah obviously with the carbon fiber road. French we use logged system to customize it so we have obviously individual shoes that are laid up just like any tube and and then we have lobes which are as of matrix are designed to accept certain angles and wall thicknesses. Said there's eighty six different molds to make all of the custom frames an old custom sizing and is the are the lugs made out of a different material. No they're carbon-fiber as well or dry and so yeah it's completely kaban bike and the nice piece about it. Is that the right quality that we get out of the lug design is that you get a vibration damping quality when you have a matere. Too dissimilar materials put together. And the poxy that bonding the carbon together at the log dissipates vibration. You get really nice. Supple ride out of it and you can make the friend really nice and totally region as you're manufacturing the tubes. Are you going back to that. Customer discussion and knowing this is one hundred eighty pound person and they're looking for this ride quality and making modification absolutely. We had zero stock of anything carbon-fiber except for the cop potter sheets themselves. Everything is laid up for the individual. We use different modulus for the individual. Do really different bias in the whole nine yards. Everything is for the individual not just from sizing perspective but ride quality and handling think. That's super cool. I mean a lot of time when you think of buying that custom bike historically it was going to be a metal bike and you thought about the person well etc but it is mind blowing to imagine. You can leave the carbon fiber to based on my personality. I want the bike to achieve absolutely. It is and the big reason behind being able to do that is that we have mike lopez onboard with us. Who was reynolds. Compass hits back in the day. The reynolds who's are pro folk came out of the same shop that our communist is coming out of he built. All the movie spoke surata. All of the carbon that was arm surata otros. It came from mike lopez and he is the brains behind all of that and we're really fortunate to be team working together them amazing. Thanks for the over your appreciate it. You're very welcome. Thank you okay. Why don't we start off. Can you tell me your name and the company you work for dreadlock. A ceo at allen's like works drew. Tell me about that. Beautiful allied echo. Cool yeah actually. It's my bike it or not. It's my personal bike has now turned into a show. It's a good feeling is to get to show it all the time. But i haven't got to ride it. It had to stay clean for this event. I imagine always clean. Yeah we'll get dirty tomorrow radio tomorrow more like a able ride fun reading that correctly so i think it will be bigger tires than echo. Let's talk about the county as you. And i were talking about offline. It's a really unique beast in the gravel market because it bridges that fine line between super capable road bike and super capable off road bike. Yeah absolutely we'll be designed. We were actually tried to start ground up with a amazing road bike that also could do gravel and we really worried that the performance really grandeur level road bike. So we're thinking like the should compete against the tarmac at a grand tour but then also be able to run up to forty millimeter tires and that's from the aesthetics and also the performance. That's really what we were gone for. So let's talk about that unique flip chip technology that enables this to happen. Yeah so the bike uses a flip chip which from mountain bikers out there. That's like nothing new right. That's been done a lot but what allows us to do on. This bike specifically is leaving the chain. Stay by one centimetre so you go from like a to a row. Geometry super short chain stays to ascend centimeter longer and run. Ten millimeters tire volume than on the front raises axel the crown by centimeter as well creases. The tire volume. And does that change the head to bengal will so slackens out the geometry of the by just a little bit so you actually do get a true different geometry for road gravel mode at the for me personally every while bikes that are like a gravel by that you can also put road wheels on and for me that. Somebody's design work with bikes. Always feel like the road bike for writing gravel bike with small tires on it. It really doesn't handle the way true road race. Bike does and so we wanted something that really good deal so on that flip chip on the fork. It's a vertical movement direct. And then on the stay. It's a horizontal movement. Yeah so just the cheese day or raises axel crown ward and. Then tell me about the adjustment that you need to make on the break caliber to achieve that movement. And how you've executed that. Yeah so basically. The breakout helper. The chip actually on a smile to the fork. So the calpers actually mounted to the peace moves so the copper on the front doesn't actually have to be readjusted at all given that if you're using we'll set with the same hub right when you swap wills same for the rear the rear you have to take one comparable out to move it but the cal james in the same position. So if you're using the same set of hubs a brain to roeder's you probably will not have to change. Your register breaks after swallowing wheels. When you're in gravel mode. What type of tire clearance do you have. So we have forty millimeter actual and tire corners that peeve my because everybody like what your tires says on hot stamping side has nothing to do with actually what size of this guy so for all writers out there is getting to know. I've seen forty millimeter tires. That measured thirty eight for your tires. Where's your forty four so we you're measuring actually forty retire and that's including four millimeters of additional yards at the rear of the bike. As right you know a call and acsi ram biggert. A forty unbound gravelled a lot of people notice. He's running forty two specialized pathfinder so it does fit because we actually do have clear but he was in the safety zone for parents if we like to keep for everyday years or so with mud and you know junk food for your frame make sure you protect. Yeah that's her caller mentioned to me as a dry day a stack of forty two in there. I didn't have a concern. But i wouldn't be doing adam on a muddy course exactly. Yeah well i mean it was super exciting to see him ride that bike on unbound two hundred one weekend and then tulsa tough criterium on the road that was nuts and completely unexpected. And you know even going to unbound. He was really like we were testing. Different bison ride the able or the that go in the end he'd been putting most of the miles to echo felt the most comfortable on it and it's a lower front end so he's got a lower profile bikes. That was probably will faster on the bike as well. So that was the call to go with the echo. And then you know for tulsa tough like like we said we designed that as road racing machine the rossetti for the geometry. No problem when he was in the breakway car crybaby hill so worked up pretty good. I've come to expect interesting in new things from allied at unbound every year so the pressure keeps getting amped up. Well we did have a skimpier so that give us a little bit of breathing room. So that's true that's true that's when you might be on every two year cycle. Yeah we'll see we've got some new stuff. come leave. So we'll see what the timing looks like awesome and it's worth noting your manufacturing in america you. It's all under one roof now. Is that right. yeah everything's under. One roof are full manufacturing teams located north west arkansas and we build everything from the ground up there. Echoes a real special bike for us. Not just because performance but also that bike was developed all by the new team after removed. Your new factory and rogers arkansas. And so it's a huge achievement for our team will put all our performance and sports stuff out there but also art maturity and our manufacturing techniques together for the spike. And so we're really excited about it and we're building. You know almost every single part of that by in house all always look chip's dropouts the stem. So it's super exciting nice. What is the customer journey. Looked like to get their hands on. One of these bikes. Yeah so does cycle works and you can actually jump on and we have several different options and you can check it out and actually configure wheels. You want you want all that stuff our mind and then you can hit us up directly. You're if you have a good local dealer you can have up to turn around time. Look like these days. Yeah right now for echoes. We're running between eight to ten weeks delivery. Of course that major caveat there is on the times reports some things we are better on and others right now so that's always the tricky question because we're good at making echoes. Within eight to ten weeks shimono are not very good at delivery weeks right now. Yeah you can throw extra labor at building something fast. Stay up late really. Hit that customer delivery date but we can't control global supply chains but fortunately we care what congrats on the execution of the account of a great bike and super excited to see where it goes appreciated. So that's gonna do it for this. Week's episode of the gravel rod podcast. I hope you enjoyed those mini builder interviews and got a little bit of a sense for their process. And what it's like purchasing a custom bike. There are a ton of great options out there. All the builders represented in the envy partner network recruiting optional products. Some of them one of a kind. Take a look at some of the websites. Take a look at some of the videos out there online. You won't be disappointed what you see from the envy build around up huge. Thanks to envy for their support of the podcast and a huge. Thank you for them. Putting together this event. I know i look forward to seeing it every year and to be out there in person this year followed by that. Massive rodeo ride was a real pleasure until next time. Here's the finding some dirt.

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Celtics Beat Suns, Kemba Walker Scores 32 Points

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

1:21:03 hr | 5 months ago

Celtics Beat Suns, Kemba Walker Scores 32 Points

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Well, yeah, he was able to make it you're trying to make it the 3 a.m. With me and John and just kill him right back to make sure we keep them on the load Management program. Obviously that stuff stuff for the not for the faint-of-heart hear about those weeks to knock you out Bobby's this naturally up and we all wake up text from Bobby in a group text from like 3 in the morning being like wow, like some obscure basketball this name some obscure baseball player looks good tonight. I'm like what like a bad man is 3/3 facts. I gotta move to California bad. Yeah, you really do right. So lots of things to talk about for this game. I want to say that right out of the top. Okay, I want you to say it. Let's hear it just go Jimmy. Let's go. I was going to say it's very it's it's sorry, I didn't mean to cut you off. I think there was a little delay there. But what I want to say, it's very nice of you to show up for the show tonight, very busy around do for John. You're showing his face tonight after Kemba Walker's greatest game of the season, possibly a Celtic a career. So I just want to say thank you for showing up. Jimmy. What the backhanded compliment? Well Done. By this happening was following up by this logic. Survey also less loaded. We also drink Bob do we think Bobby for showing up cuz when Cornett was a dnp-cd you know, was that all so brave of him? Yeah, that's Brave. Very. Okay. Well, what's the difference? Grandpa player not as matchup not as match up, the pettiness is so right tonight, I'm loving it, we live, we live for one thing and that's to just shove it in each other's faces. We're down to talk about basketball. We're here to keeps go with one another absolutely. And I before we get into Kemba, you before we get into Kimbo that's fine. I do want to ask you guys. Similarly to the Denver game, was this? I mean it's hard to look at this game and feel awesome outside a Kemba about anything. Sure, the defense I thought like pretty good. There was some moments, you know, some d song from Romeo smart though, he didn't shoot well, I thought played a good game defensively. I liked them a lot. But was this a case of a son's team that was aghast and didn't bring it tonight or the Celtics upon the pressure against similarly to Denver, I kind of have the same vibe in this one cuz I mean, this was a, this is I mean what? What is Phoenix score 37 in the first half, you know how much was the Celtics, how much was them? It was coming. Definitely a combination of the two. There's no doubt. But when you think about my bad Phoenix the team that Phoenix was playing the other night that she was going to wear you down. Even if they were a little bit shorthanded. So I think the Celtics definitely benefited from a phoenix team being at less than full strength, but you know what you still gotta go out there and get the job done and they did and to me I like the fact that they never really allow things to get any type of traction to feel as though they had control it again Phoenix was always in catch-up mode and to me that's what you're supposed to do when you have opportunities that Thursday that you that you have no control over you had no control over whether the Phoenix would come into Boston after having played a really good team in the East. All you can do is make the most of that moment in the Celtics did bath know and we'll get the cam been a second but that's the story this one him coming out and just being the best player on the court particularly when Devin Booker has destroyed the Celtics in this matchup in the past for him. They come out and wage. Rise above him the way he did and compete in that backcourt matchup that these two teams were thrown back and forth each other was wildly impressive. This son's team came in Winters a 13 of 15. I know they're on the back of a back-to-back, but they've been getting it done through the East Coast Swing so far. They put together a frantic come back late against early yesterday so they have competed in these games. I think Boston's defense wore them out some degree and extended that fatigue that they felt in this one. So I think the Celtics did quite a bit to exacerbate some of the stuff that Phoenix was going through, but John's right to, there was some weird stuff going on with them through this one drop in defensive rebounds out of bounds. There was one place where a and had a loose ball right in front of him and kicked it and just stuff like that throughout this one and then Booker fouling out the way he did as quickly as he did felt like just kind of like life. I mean I'm going to rest up for this next one. So I don't know, this wasn't the songs that could be frustration because the Celtics item tough. So again I was I'm not I'm not saying one thing. I was asking the question wrong. Which one you guys thought was was more. It might be a little bit of both, but I'm given the Celtics a lot of credit. Yeah. I am too. I mean listen then we played by the way, all of a sudden I looked like there he is. But anyway, that's a separate story. We can't we can't talk about this game without at least acknowledging the fact that the son just went to war last night against the Sixers. Yeah, you know 24 hours later. So that's tough. You know, if the cell if the roles were reversed and the Celtics lost this way. I think a lot of em has been off since Saturday very, you know, they're coming off the back-to-back schedule loss that being said, you know, I was happy with the with the perfect the Celtics mean I mean they were showing it to you know, no Jaylen Brown tonight know Rob Williams know Evan Fournier. So let's not act like they're, you know hundred percent either. So I think you know with those two things, you know noted it was a great performer Celtics a game that they were kind of they kind of had a pretty solid lead throughout most of it certainly in the second half. I know that the sun's kind of, you know, they're, you know clawing back a little bit here and there but Celtics kind of birth Answered every every little come back by the sons. And they and they push the lead back up which was good to see they didn't ever let it get, you know extreme panic mode where you know, it was a one-possession game or anything like that. So I was depressed by it off. I mean, I thought that obviously Kemba Walker had, you know the game that they needed without without Jayson Tatum on tonight without Jaylen Brown in the game, you know, that's the Kemba Walker that you know needs he's almost like a chameleon now he gives a game when it needs a lot more so than maybe in previous Seasons when he was just more about, you know, being the guy all the time we take those how bad hay tum was they needed it badly in this one. I want to get off. I want to get into both in a second. But I I do I do definitely agree that the look you're supposed to do that you get your team on a back-to-back. They're going to come out this What teams do you know Jack a bunch of Threes, you know, see if they fall you know, and if they're not, you know, it's like oh crap, we're gonna have to try and you know, something's just made them work for it. And it's really hard to do, you know, especially coming off of last night's your some you're supposed to try to you know wage. That's yeah, but again it's you guys are right? It's, it's hard not to celebrate wind. Doesn't matter if you have their teams on a back-to-back or if they're shorthand or whatever the Celtics again are missing 3 of their best six players wage in this one. And you know, you see it in those moments when Tatum's not on the floor you know? And you don't have Jaylen Brown, how hard it is. So again you know without I mean, kembo is Superman tonight because I thought they needed in, just need to make up for Kemba. They need to make up for Tatum who had a again strangely, another weird. Like I didn't feel like he played as poorly as he shot. I actually thought he actually played a decent game but it's a second straight game where he's just shot horribly. Yeah. And and there's there's no specific Rhyme or Reason to that. Other than that he's just not making shots that he normally makes the fact that the challenges for him to continue to find ways to impact the game positively when he's not making shots. And we're seeing him do that. But there was some weird line-ups that we saw birth. Are from the Celtics tonight? Minus that I hope we don't see much of in the future Kimbo Peyton Jabari Romeo grant that 5u man unit known know some funky bench groups and this one and that's why I say to there were some groups out there particularly in the second half where I was waiting for the sun say they had a coal-burning the first I thought too. I was like, oh this is going down the time. Yeah, and it just kind of scrap it together and Romeo Grant Park or all those guys on the floor. How long do they get away with putting Parker at the foreign granted the five where I'm just sitting there waiting for this to get down the five thousand. I think it only got as close to 7 or 9 down the stretch there. So the sons particularly in that second half just didn't have any gas mon anything beyond that the 20 turnovers Associates with Rona everywhere in this one off the sun's just didn't do anything with it. I couldn't believe they had that one ten. Nothing push in the first half. That's the only time I thought like, all right, here comes the sons in this game. They just they were just kind of going through the month. And tonight I want to say this and I know you mentioned it but they got book or completely out of his game. I mean for offensive fouls, he was playing frustrated know they they were clamping down and you couldn't get into any sort of Rhythm whatsoever tonight and I also want to just remind everybody that the 70 points that he scored in Boston a few years ago. There was a fake 70, let's not forget that that wasn't a real seventy. I just want to throw that out there for anybody watching. It was a fake. The hell is a fake 70 point game a fate 70 point game is when you're young coach intentionally follows halfway into the fourth quarter so that you get your guy extra possessions and get to the line and get to that 70 points because the sons had absolutely nothing. Yeah. That's the fact is that was exposed to it 70 that was a clean 60 in a bullshit 70 and tainted the 70 cuz he still would have been I still would have been talking about his 60 point game. That was one of my angriest moments. Yep. Like Jae Crowder that night I was like, you know, unless what you know, what here's the thing. They were pissed Army guard me that that's that's never Booker's response don't want me to score 70 points. How about not letting me get the first fifty five or sixty before we started trying to run it up Guardians? No. No, I was I was at that game. It was an unreal performance, but afaik setting it was like a c. The last time I remember they still didn't stop. Yeah, right, right and and a selfish still want a game which you know, it's still under special it always comes back to the game in the sons had like I remember the sons like had a picture in the locker room of like the 70 and then like Jae Crowder was like tripping adamant on Instagram or something or like teammate, you know, it's classic NBA stuff but fix be anyways. Just wanted to make sure that reminded it all the Suns fans watching that it was fake. It was but it's still bust. I mean, he absolutely torched him. 62 me forty points doesn't matter. Yeah, I mean listen, I've I've brought up in the show a couple of times like just put out there like man this, you know potato book or you know, Jalen Booker like poker doesn't get the respect. Honestly. I think this year he's starting to cuz of what the sons are doing. But no you suck you can count on one hand, you know scores that are better than him straight up scores. You know, there's not many and that's why that's why Celtics for what they were able to do tonight. They got him completely out of his out of his office was he was a non-factor from pretty much start to finish. I think he had to order where he had like nine points or something like that. But other than that, he was pretty pretty invisible. Yeah, Marcus Smart had a lot of those responsibilities, but he got a little bit of help to budge bottom line. They made book or a non-factor and it's rare that you ever see him play where he's a non-factor and that was clearly the case tonight at no point. Did you feel him pushing imprint on a game and that is again you seldom see that happen. For example, I mean only took 13 shots which for him. I mean, we've had him paid 13 in 1/4. No not a game. And right when he was driving, they were they were in position and I'll Camp it took some charges. I know that, you know, like you said you know, you said smart head. I think I said earlier this week, smart took the game come off last game that you can be fully ready for the book or expansion. You know the answer though so smart was good. Campbell was feisty, it was, you know, it was all around good. I keep saying. I know I know we're going to talk about him but his defense still the me underrated I know this is the analytics don't look great, they're and they're on off numbers and all that stuff with him out there is an amazing, but he positionally is so sense in the right spot. He's like one of those cornerbacks that his stride for stride with the receiver but never makes a place charged shakers. Nobody, you know, it's like Malcolm Butler was like that in his last year, you know, like he's always there but, you know, like and he has Kemba positionally is right where he needs to be, and he gets the charges, but again, size is just an issue sometimes, so he's he can be exploited job. But beyond that, like he's he buys in, he goes for it. He's running around. He's doing his best as he's he draws. Like feels like two charges every single game like, you know, based on his physical limitations. I don't know that you've asked, much more from him defensively, it just is what he is. He's just he's a smallish point guard. It's going to he's going to run into mismatch problems. You know. There's nothing he can do about it but you you can't dog is effort. But again, let's talk about the game. I mean turned black for real is it is there a better game this year? Just in terms of how he's looked then tonight? And again, I know the recent speeds we just saw it, but we keep talking about like him getting to the rim. I mean, how many times did he get not just get their get their clean tonight? I mean him, paged him taking it to the whole was I mean he did it in Sun and then you know, he's hitting his obviously helps when he's hitting his threes and and the little pull ups coming off the screens or but I mean that's wrong. Most impressed with his early-season Campo he was struggling he could not get any points around the basket late-stage Kemba the last few games that we've seen him. He's getting to the rim. He's doing a better job with that job, but here's the thing and bother you you touched on it and we just kind of glossed over but when was when was the last time we saw it came to play he had a huge ass time of rest so good with that bow. Yeah. Yes. It's amazing how good he is when it's clearly that it's clear. His body's feeling good. But any playoff series where you're playing every 2 to 3 days, can he deliver that same type of consistency doesn't have to play this great every night, but can he play at a level? That's close to what we've come to expect when we're talking about good playing Kimba. That's what I need to see more of this is this is not a shock to anyone that he played well because we've seen him do it before but can he do it in closer proximity of the games? Not necessarily back-to-backs, but can you have rod Three games and a seven day period. Where he's good at all? Three. Can he do those type of things that to me is what I'm going to feel really comfortable about Kimba being that guy that they can lean on Thursday. Once we get to the playoffs I got booty Bobby-Q. Yeah, drugs talk. So I was I've just been blown away by him all month how he's starting to fit within the fall of everything. And tonight was a little different, he did step up and Frontline row and he's able to get a sense. What is needed on any given night? Which is what continues to impress me and that Comfort level the burst that Stutter Step into the lane. I think he hit every shot. He took the pain tonight through a center getting to like that last level of the defense said that wasn't even on his radar early in the season. I remember in that opening game, he had against the Knicks, it was one play where you are by a center playing up to high, but when he had to go into traffic down there, he gets swallowed up again. And again, and none of the fact that he's able to use his body, get some contact in their draw a little more throws. I mean, there's been some nights during this month where he's looked every bit as good as he did last year and on this night in particular, I think there's only I look back, like two or three nights last year range. The server of efficiency the sophomore scoring, certainly, it was like a 39 against the Nets and a 44 against the Pacers so it didn't end up being that high scoring wise. But this efficiency is what's been missing from home and he's starting even gain that back. Fact that he's gone to a higher level. In the passing game is fantastic. Again, I set it on Saturday, he works every bit as good as he did last year at this point, through this month, and it's just a huge sign for this team going into the post-season that have that semblance of a big three there. Agreed. And I wonder how some Jaylen Brown obviously in place. I wonder how that changes. How often Campbell approaches the game, maybe he thinks less about you know, having to get other guys involved, maybe he's not worried about, you know, taking a shot that maybe you know, Jaylan would typically be open for lunch or being so. I mean I do wonder if that has anything to do with it. I'm not saying that Jaylen. Brown makes Kemba Walker worse, I wouldn't say that. I'm just saying that you know, when when somebody's missing whether it's brown Adam, you know forty a obviously Kemba Walker is able to sort of fill that role he's able to fill the gaps and step into a bigger offensive role and I think that's been I think he's had them all season. It's just a matter of him not having you know, when you have Tina Brown out there at the same time. It's just automatic that you're not going to have the bond your hands as much or not to predict as much shots and maybe you're going to be overthinking a bit, you know, and you know, I need to get these guys to pause. That's what everyone's kind of expecting me to do. And now he can sort his play his game a little bit more in the world that he's used to playing when he's not going to have all that other month. I guess Talent out there so it'll be interesting to see how how we adjust. You know, when if and when the Celtics actually do end up a fully healthy team if they can get these guys back by the by the playoffs. And now we have John Sean. What do you think of canvas performance man? Oh did I not say I liked it? I think you said you liked it. But did you expect it to starter man? I tried this is Jimmy can't find Jimmy can't Finance Company. He doesn't know how to get me through. This is the thing is he's a little fella and he's trying to find a crack Steven. You can't find it. I'm just trying to I'm just waiting for that. Can man listen I did my apology can't months ago. I think you know rightfully so and yeah, you haven't had credit at all perfect time and I just didn't know if you know if you were ready for it, but you know, it's all good. You'll get there at some point. You'll get their home and keep kicking it back cuz there's two more years on that contract just movies all posts. He's going to keep moving the goalposts like, you know, it's if if if if they reach twenty twenty-three and he's still playing John's gonna have to do like an hour-long apology can it's gonna have to be magnified be a special will do a ceiling a special edition apology. Holy crap those three years went better than expected. So so you guys believe concern so you think the rationale feeling to have entering the season with Kemba Walker was optimism. Is that what you guys think that I apologize for? The concern was way too high people want to get rid of them at all costs. So again, Danny Ainge said, I don't know we'll wait and see what the first six months a Kemba Walker said. I have no idea what this treatment we'll do we'll have to see Kemba Walker after his first month of struggle says I kept waking up afraid. I was going to feel pain. So these guys being supremely concerned about Kemba. We're crazy, right? They were bananas to think that this might this might flare up again this recurring knee problem that he had and a Hail Mary experimental treatment. They were nuts Danny Danny and Brad and Kevin those guys were crazy. Right? It's not don't put this on them. This is dead. About that you already have your doubts, but at the at the end of the day, maybe maybe it was me the same way Kemba felt about his knee and I'm crazy. Right? No, I think I think you probably felt worse than how they felt. I think that's what I think. I think that I think have to do a we're going to have to dig deep and find out what to take was her out. We have to dig I have to do I'm going to go Point pouring through the archives and find the exact. I remember the video that we did and it was I I listen I was just just as guilty I was very nervous and I think rightfully, so I was we have the Chrome day. I was kind of wrong at the end of the day, you know, we have the quote it'd be better if he tore his ACL that was that was one of the quotes. Yeah, that was Infamous quote. That was an Infamous quote that you know, that's not going to go away. Yeah, it should see that's a painful receipt. You just pulled up there was a hot take by Johnny said it would have been better if he tore his ACL because you can fully recover from that and go off. Have a you know a career in the NBA when it's degenerative knee issue. That's something that doesn't go away and just go and I get what John was saying and that sense, but I just never and I said this when we were talking about holiday and all the stuff over the offseason and his deferential role in helping Tatum and brown get where they are and his ability to fit in and not have to take that lead role in at all and still be effective in that sense was so important and if they could get him back to any percentage of what he was early last year if they had confidence and that procedure working as they probably had to hire some of our confidence and that it was worth seeing what they had in him because they were never going to get anything we can imagine trades all day long. But if there was any medical concern about him, they were never going to get anything that was worth a trade. So again, I don't that's the other thing another 29 teams. Also were super concerned about campus knee. Yeah, and and I just I never liked the idea. I'm sure with the recession but the reason why folks were so concerned was wage as Kimba having any type of issues that sidelined him was completely foreign to his time in NBA. I mean you go back and you start looking at his career in Charlotte. I mean, he was The Ultimate Warrior took a lot of different bumps and bruises and it comes to Boston and they're never rests. Well, right it just felt that you know the issues and he's dealing with were just father times. We're saying you got I couldn't catch him earlier, but then we got to slow you down a little bit here in Boston and I give him a lot of credit man. He's he's starting to figure out ways and we've talked about this the last few games of impacting other than being asked or talked to me. That's when you realize that physically you can't do all that you're accustomed to doing night in night out. You have to find other ways that impact the game and camera is doing a better job of that but home Within that vein, he's going to have nice like this where he's going to be vintage camera guy. That's knocking down shots left and right getting to the cup finishing at The Rim doing all those things out of made him a multi-time all stars, but I'm not by any means banking on the camera. We saw tonight seeing that night in and night out. I think we'll see that if we can get that camera like once every week or two, I'm good. It's Stills other nice way to be close to being the camera that we saw last year the closer the camera that I think can be a great number three guy with Jaylin and Jason. Yeah going to be a tricky thing and yet how does that happen when they're all out there, but the thing is like it's pointed out. That's the number one. That's the number one thing that's changed over the last little bit. Okay, cuz we saw chem about feeling it out the first month. Not sure what he was doing kind of in his own head then kind of the uptick in the second month 3rd, you know, he's still kind of figuring out but you see these last couple of weeks that month. I get what I'm supposed to do now. It almost took three months of like and Jimmy said it earlier, the giving the game, what it needs. You have the games where he'll shoot eight feel, we had two games where where like Kevin didn't shoot it down, are we worried like physically. He's a he can't get where he needs to go to get his shot off. Or was that what the game needed? You know? Like we weren't sure. We're just wondering like, that was odd. They were single-digit field goal at home games. And then you have other games, Rashad 20/20, you know, 20 field-goal attempts recently in another 17 tonight where it was, this is what the game needed. So like that's the key to Kemba is. I'm sliding in as the number three guy on this team. So I got to figure out each day. I have to think more than the other, guys, they get to play. I have to figure out in the moment what the game needs and like him. Being able to do that. More frequent is a big freaking deal, you know. So like you have those seven, it's those. That's was a 6 games straight with 6s. Plus, you know games where he's getting a trees, the second-leading rebounder on the team, you know, like wage. He's doing a lot and it seems like every game where he's had a good game we've talked about this is exactly what the game needed from Tampa and it's exactly what it got. So that's I think that that's the bigger that's as big a difference as anything in addition huge. Yeah, and I think that's something that meat myself included. I wasn't sure if we were going to get that from Kemba Walker because of all the things we were Hearing in the off-season because of old age was saying because we're worried about the fit was a walker was sitting in the fit and how we thought and I thought he was going to probably miss time until like literally I thought it was Miss like month of March, you know, I was like, oh this guy's not going to be back until you know, mid-to-late March at the best and I was wrong about so many of those things. I wasn't crazy. I don't think for thinking those things but at the end of the day, I was wrong. I don't think John I don't think you were crazy everything in those things, but I think some of the things you said and thought were wrong. Yeah simple as that you weren't there was a real concern that we might have seen the last of him playing well and that's exactly sure when I still think this money left after this for him, but and you're not going to get 32 again, but you also don't need you. Hope that you don't need 32 a game from Kemba Walker. That's why he searched through the third guy on this team. Yeah at a certain point to that was Health are not that was going to happen the adjustment he was going to make any way because even if Kemba stayed healthy through the first year of his contract into the second-year Jalen was going to reach a point somewhere on that line where he passed, but you know regardless of what Kemba was doing just because of his size and abilities on the wing they're shooting all that stuff. I can't wait we're going to probably tomorrow before by the way. I'm pulling up all these comments against me just so well, we actually need I know Nick or knick was watching his we need Nick and an intern or somebody to just go through and just start to like flip through them. Yeah. Yep. Yeah, it's clip just when we need to post that is the shorts. Nick loves the shorts the YouTube shorts, we can do you notice. First of all, I'm going to take this comment here, Tyler. The host name is not a freaking single person out there who at the beginning of the year and when they saw Kemba Walker, playing like dogshit wasn't every bit. As scared as I was times a million, get him out. He's a bomb. The whole freaking trade, Camp, Afraid, coming rods, you're all frauds. Every freaking one of you, okay? Front-runner. Don't want to hear it. The crash most guilty of anyone. Correct notion. The correct Vibe was deep concern for a little guy who's thirty-two years old, who had his knee flare up three times in 16 months. Really, really worrisome. Thank goodness, he's playing well but everybody give me a freaking break with the apologize. You guys, you guys ran him out of town fifteen times over already dead. For all sorts of rods, not me. I don't know. Yeah, so Jimi son one. I probably done one or two. It was Joe szweda. I don't think Joe gets done one. So young play John Lennon. There was a stretch and we'll transition here. I think well, there was a stretch for a second where I thought we were going to get a double apology cam Kemba and Nesmith the way Nesmith actually showed up a little long way off of the nesmith's stuff. I was freaking I was driving the knees with bandwagon four months here you were and then you drove it on the cliff Edge Drive it off the cliff Nesmith drove drove one freaking one tumble to the ground at a time, you know? Yeah right now but yeah and these days we got a little we got a little Pekingese mid train a couple of $0.03 coming off of some screens and such and you know, he's got a pulse was an easement is not I will say an easement will not be in the playoff rotation. He won't birth. Canyon really much rest of the year, but he does have a pulse exactly smoking Mac funny. That's also not what I said, but that's fine with the August Twisted. Okay. So everybody's a Boston fan, right? Everybody's follow Sports. You've seen what's happened to Dustin Pedroia and Julian Edelman, right when they have degenerative knee conditions. It's bad that's concerned. You were holding though, aren't they? Not much man. I mean Pedroia was but I mean when that stuff started that was it, you know, Pedroia's a dirt dog, you know God you didn't go. Well that shit that that arthritic degenerative bone on bone knee stuff didn't go well. I just one more thing here and never it rarely does it clearly does I got faith in the beginning of the end. Oh you do? Yeah. I can feel it in my knee. Oh, no, we canvassed guys numerical medical. There we go. We gotta we gotta, we gotta she's we gotta do it. We got him in the sponsor yet. We got the sponsoring. Okay? No, it's we're deep into the game locker room. It's it's anything get John tonight. Jimmy. Come on frogs all the drugs. Every one of you bringing apology voice, where are you guys home? I know everyone's too. Nice in the locker. Nice bring it. Wait nice, break, it all the pro. Camper guys out there. Okay. Whatever seat we can go back on the chat and pull your comments to say you bring a locker room. Download the app come, join us afterwards. We're going to head over, you know, in a little bit. You know, and Shrugged and I'll start Jimmy and Bobby will, I will join us in a bit of sway, who knows? He's kind of a fan of something that's no self. Just come in and talk to us. Talk to us afterwards. In terms I just pop on a locker was not nothing to do you guys just pop on and see like what are people talking about? Right now? We are on the Ariana Grande versus Lady Gaga one or something like that. There was a room like that song Bobby the fact that you were able to just to Rattle that off with sounds like you were sounds like you were there. So Bobbie it was an option. Bob was hosting it off speaking of locker-room if you don't join locker room tonight, you better join before tomorrow cuz I heard there is a massive guests joining us tomorrow in locker room at that is also true. We're not going to tell you and it isn't this isn't a known fact, it's nice. It's not Nick either. It's not it's not anybody in Nick Circle, but honestly if you miss it tomorrow, you're going to you're going to kick yourself and I'm not I'm not joking. This is a we are yes, we're holding the identity of the person for a little while longer. It's a freaking awesome guests and you'll be bummed out if you don't join us cuz you're going to want to talk to age. Person. And and that's the thing, you'll be able to. Well, not all of you cuz if I imagine we're going to get a good amount of people but some people will be actually be able to talk to this person. It's not like you just watching them on T or listen to my radio. You a package you get to be a part of the conversation. So that's the that's the unique part about it which is pretty cool. It's I like this one. It's going to be Danny demanding an apology down. A lot of people are people that are going to be smart possible. It's possible anyway. I'm not kidding. Anyone. Could hop onto your page shows possible. Will tell you about it tomorrow but it should be fun but yeah, that's tomorrow. We're still going to jump on this Friday night, you know. So you know, maybe about a couple of drinks you know, be after a big game Celtics Nets will see who suits up, but it'll be a big. I was just like that. Yeah. We're going to talk about that. We'll see how it goes. It is a bummer. So we're looking at we're looking at. No, no Kemba and possibly. No Jalen and possibly know Rob. And possibly know Evan disregarded. Yep, that's right. I believe Harden and Iran is going to be out on the other side, too. So at the same part. Yeah, Koran to. Yeah, well, he's, he's down with a leg helmet. Robbed of a lot of good matches. This is a one thing you're looking at the Nets where you're wondering, like You know, you know that they don't care deeply concerned for the first time about they should be, they should be concerned over there, I think. Yeah, there was a setback to home in his rehab and now he's going to miss an indefinite amount of time and I might just be calling in until the playoffs and even, you know, they're going to be wind up with a team in the first round. That's probably going to be a walk through. But who knows? I mean that's a big mix of teams right now and it could be even Boston fallen into that mix for our first run series with them, where it could get a load to be the Knicks. The Knicks look too good for the HC but I'd love for God. That's the point Jimmy. There's like five teams right there that are all pretty good and someone has to fall into that, seven seater 8 C, depending on where Brooklyn ends up. I know Philly lost tonight. I think so often times I think. Yeah, so them in Brooklyn are tied for that one. It's going to be a tight race up there at the top. But again, I think some of these elements especially did the rant are legitimately getting concerning for them. Are we certain by the way has bred already said Kemba back-to-backs no chance for tomorrow, or is there any chance we get surprised and he plays? I was employed at this late stage of the Season they're not going to do that. I don't think so either. Yeah. He I mean he played out. She played pretty damn hard tonight. He played like a guy who knew he wasn't playing tomorrow right off Jalen could I don't know what the situation is with Jaylin but it did seem like he gave in on a shot to go tonight. So I guess that probably is a relief that it won't be that long thing. He bounces back in life. I didn't really try it sound. It sounded like he gave up immediately where he's like no no chance. Well, yeah, you gave it a chance don't know how well that went. But it did so the way I think on Correll slept in an oil open, it did sound like that left shoulder bursitis could be a little more of a long-term thing there. I don't know though. I just I don't know anything about it myself. You would probably know more than me. John wage recite has no idea but who did you say was concerned about it Corrales what based off of what they're based out of talking to Medical people? I don't know you missed the reset cuz he was on the call and he was saying this is more of a long-term thing, right the Brad and Brad was like, oh give it a go tonight will save I think it's a it's going to nag you may sort of thing, but you can play through it. It's not fun, right? So, yeah, it's not the shooting one. No, it's the guider. Yeah, but I mean this could be one of those things where you just rest it you could splint it. You could frigging take injections, you know, but it all depends, you know, like you could have it could be traumatic, you know, where you like it was based off of something that you you like a contact sort of thing. It can be something that's just chronic. I mean, it's really hard to say just saying bursitis didn't give anything but the fact that they're saying day-to-day makes it sound like it's nagging what some people thought it was paying from the vaccine and I think that very clearly turned out to be wrong. Well plenty of jobs for anybody who's experienced. Dead arm. I mean again, I don't know if you would refer to that as bursitis. It's pretty frigging bad. Yeah. Oh my God. It's a mobilizing. So again, I don't know you talked about you differently. I guess obviously, I'm seeing the people who had it. Like we had one a shot have the dead arm the ones who've experienced it. It's like wage. Hanging. I have it. It's hanging by your side. I couldn't I couldn't lift it like there an ARP. Yeah. But I don't know. That's Ledic regular person. So of course, you know, Nick. Nick, Nick headed to, what does he count as know if you know, look look out. Yeah, yeah, luckily, he doesn't need to so he's probably nothing changed in his day. Yeah, it was interesting that a couple of guys missed games with illnesses. Genuine was among them have to miss that, Saturday game, and they did all that vaccinations. So that the illness is could have been post vaccine. Think nobody knows, though, as it's impossible to use it possible to that stuff. Anyway, so off my big concern right now is the Rob one. So this has been four straight games. Now that he's missed information. Behind the knee is what Brad said about it. I'm sure that's another one that's just over cautious and cheese. And I'll make sure that he fully recovers before he gets back but he tried to give it a go and practice. Yes, and I guess that did not go well either as you said the jail and one went when he was trying to get back into the fold. They were pretty confident thought I was going to be able to get back by the end of this week and it now seems like I would expect tomorrow either. Where I'm in boy down for the count. I love it true. Worried about you Rob so they all have seen sorry. We're all I'm officially worried about Rob. I am too. I I wasn't embarrassed but I am now. Yeah, I mean, that's the longer he stays out the greater my worry level becomes because I know how important he is to them. And I know how important it is for Rob to be in a rhythm and all the more games he misses the harder. It is in the longer it'll take for him to get back into that great flow that he was in when he was playing starter like minutes. It's it's concerning cuz Tristan I think is doing a good job, but they're much better team when Rob Williams and Tristan Thompson are both right in their own Rhythm. And right now I just went wild comes back. He's it's going to take a minute to get back into a good flow. I don't know. Maybe the minutes piled up. Maybe they were right about that thing. But it wasn't planning a huge minutes used play like like low-end starter. It's pretty low. Yeah, I mean, we're not he wasn't playing thirty five thirty eight minutes and heard it 24 minutes. He was getting hurt at 19th, you know, like it's it's a that's when we were crying for more minutes where like, you're not the same exact thing. It's like we're not asking for a lot. You're saying play 24 minutes instead of Seventeen Meg. It wasn't like nobody's asking for 40. It was like why how is Rob playing 16 minutes tonight? When he's your best center, that was the perplexing thing. But again one of that's just one of a handful of things about him where I'm like, why did he go 27 why you like do teams not value him the way we do here this there's just something there about him and I do think a lot of it is Health base where teams are a little worried about him the fragility Factor there and he held up so well for almost all of this year and now this does seem to be something that's going to nag him and again, I just hope I just wish you could say health food home. Look at all limited the final game he played, wasn't it shoulder? That was a concern about his or her hip hip hip hip. But now it's neat. It's all lower body with him. And again, he came into the draft with something impacting, the blood phone, his lower body, and that was going to be a concern throughout his career. I don't know, there's just something weird there when it comes to his ability to stay on the court and play significant minutes again. I don't think Brad was just be guessing, they're saying, oh, we're stringing them on carefully here cuz he actually didn't want to play him. I just, I think this is Jill medical concerns when it comes to his stability and observing that's blinking nonsense. This anything flaring up, has nothing to do with so. So then with a hip issue, which is legitimate you suck. So, D age is just, you know, against medical against all the medical reports and he's the only guy who just wanted to take a risk on Rob out of 30 teams, plays his job. Believe that the well, there's a big difference between picking a guy at 10 with concerns like that versus twenty-seven where who else you're going to be picking? It would be a second-round prospect there. I think at a certain point it becomes no brainer, just take a fire, why? If they can never play the guy like you're saying, I mean you can't because you got more than ten minutes a game because other guys that you would potentially take at that point in the draft. You can't play at all because they suck, where's rob? You just have to minimize his minutes and it again, taking him at 27. Hell yeah, I think almost any team at that point in a draft with him on the board would have done the same thing off cuz I remember that worth it. I remember that night I could not believe he made it there. There was about, I was trying to look at his name like six or seven six before Thursday. That's so true. You did this, it's your fault heard you. I love it again. Zero games for the birth, Except had full health this year. It's just absurd. I know that has to be the first time in franchise history that's ever happened if they end up going through and having a guy missing every single night 8119 a what happened a couple of times. Really? Yeah, any any five actually? Yeah. All right. I'll take your idea. He was he was naturally bullshiting those were good years. They probably never had the games were players. Now if that was Nick saying that I would have believed that he's probably the scores. I think it was it was yeah. It was a Bill Russell years. Yeah. That's what it was worth a break medical ever doing that our great medical staff back then exactly knickknacks watching reel-to-reel of the Russell. Are you sure it's at home, you know micro micro film is winding his film. He's actually going to turn the projector. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So, um, I'll never forget about that. Why is it so much footage of back then? But the hundred point game they don't have one. That's just never made any sense to me. They don't even have a clip from that game the will happen. Yep. embarrassed in happened Well, I went to the place where it happened. I'm just like Did this no signs have no evidence? No signs of will no sign. I will know Santa wife. What about the Moon that happened? I feel good about that one month. Okay. All right. Interesting Jurassic Bob. Yeah, so we didn't talk about it a ton. But just about anybody worried, you know about this clown. I've never heard that one before no, Thursday getting fed up with you Jimmy. That's a sharp. They're they're tired of me the item again. Pretty pretty weird to go three of 17 consecutive games, right? That's a strange shooting like weird. You mean bad? Yeah, really? Yeah in weird. Yeah, especially when it's top ten player in the NBA. You don't you don't see that one time nevermind three. I don't want to make anything out of life outside of just okay back to my shooting games. It's just so strange after the it's so bizarre after the oh my God biggest stage best game of the year by far off for points frigging killer killer Tatum to come back with this again. Cuz what's weird is sandwiched around that 16 four twenty-five is a six four fourteen against the Lakers where he scored fourteen points off back-to-back three of seventeen's really weird, you know, especially and again in and around a time where he's been I mean, you know a few games before that was a 53 or 32 a twenty-eight. So the hot and cold is a little odd on the on the shots here for him to be this this ice called. So I'll just ask the question again. Nothing to be concerned about just enough wage. Just an off night or something. You saw sharrod anything in the way he approached tonight. No, I'm not concerned. I'm not at all. I'm just wondering if he's if he's getting the shots that he normally gets in there. Just not following the shit. They just not following cuz when you start looking at his just his body of work, he's got a lot of gas where he shot High 50 low sixty percent from the field and over time that starts going to page Joe. So he was due to have a stretch where he Taps a couple of not-so-great nights. I love the fact that he's doing two things one. He's getting to the boards even though he's not making shots and two he's getting to the free-throw line. I thought you said eight attempts each of the last three games and if you look at his body of work this year Jayson Tatum is not had that stretch at all this season. He's never had three games where he's at at least eight free throws attempts. So he's at least figure out a way to impact the game offensively even though he's maybe maybe not knocking down shots. So it seems like when he has these nights so he's gonna keep shooting and he's going to try to push his way out of it and this better handful of those very never escaped. I don't think they happen as much as a hardened or a wage like when they really start jacking it gets ridiculous, especially upwards of 24 to 35 times. So I'm fine with 17 to try to work your way out of it. But you do kind of have to reach a point at some night. We're either do different things as you said and he ultimately did tonight or start to diverse to some other guys, which I actually think he did a good job with tonight as well. So this one bothered me less than the bowl is one of the Bulls when he I think went too far in trying to work his way out of it and stagnating the offense a little bit but overall him to there's been a phenomenal month overall. Yeah across the board when it comes to age overall production, and this is one of his better at defensive performances. I've seen all year. So I made up for another waste tonight. Certainly. I thought he did a lot. Well, he just kind of kept trying to shoot his wage. Trouble from long range instead of you'd be a little bit more aggressive but also it felt like they put Phoenix put all their attention on him tonight. So it was hard for him to maneuver. So I think he took them pull up three whenever he had it but they were sending a couple of guys out at him. So I just I don't know that could have been super aggressive getting to the basket. He had he had you know, he was getting blitzed a lot tonight. Yeah. I felt like they pretty much were like take take them out of the game just game that would make up a beat you when you did, you know, what makes someone else beat you that that clearly was their mentality and honestly would be double Tatum. In fact that you know, Grant plays forty, you know? Yeah, they didn't realize that camera was going to go off tonight and he did and that's and they were cold too on on their own and they were called so I didn't feel like there were tons of occasions where I was like, oh my God Tatum, you're killing them right now. Like there wasn't a ton of shots about a flow a couple of quick ones, but they just didn't fall. They just did you know, it happens and you know you move on. Yep. Go for, you know forty in a couple of minutes free throws to that's important doing that. Almost two. Yeah. Okay. I'm going to I'm going to I'm going to give a teeny bit teeny bit off teeny bit of attention to our boy Romeo and that was talking Romeo. All right, what else we got? Huh? Romeo was talking Romeo Romeo Romeo. What is there to say? No for real? I mean right now defensively off I feel as good about him as I as I do almost anybody on the team. He's just It's almost invisible on the offensive end again, and it's not and it's not as if they're like not looking for him to be involved. It's just that he can't he's not making things happen often turned to him and it's you know, I go back to the Chicago game where he had that open 3 late in the game and then they were able to keep the possession alive. And then he had Too Short, you know, like eight foot in a way that it's six feet. Yeah those things that frustrate me about Roman. He has to get to the point where when you have open shots more times are not you make them your defense is going to keep give you opportunity to get on the floor. But in order to stay on the floor wage to make open shots yet another tonight where he had it on the left, you know, kind of, you know, left side of the court and he drove and he was there he was in the lane but it looked like never in his thought process. Did he ever think when I start dribbling towards the basket I might end up shooting shooting right and then he got to the pain and he could have easily gone up for you know, a real easy, you know 6 a.m. Or continued towards the basket if you wanted to and he just kind of kicked it out to somebody for a 3 because again, I just don't think he's thinking of himself as a person who's supposed to try and do stuff offensively. I don't know if that's going to come or not. But the defense is outstanding there's no there's there's no question about it. He he's going to stay on the court. The reason I'm bringing him up. There's something about him right now that the guy who sees him play the most out of anybody or the guy who's closest, you know to you know, the only person you know who can make it germination whether or not he deserves minutes clearly thinks he deserves minutes right now that has to say something it has to say it says to me that Brad thinks there might be more there than just a guy who plays defense and does nothing else, but we still haven't seen it. Right but you know what? I mean, the thinking behind that is your team has started to play better because your team Started to play better defense so you don't need to do a job as a coach of getting the guys out there who are as close as you can have to be in consistently good at that end of the floor. That's why Romeo's play. I could go out there and take over whatever but if he continues to make an imprint defensively Brad is going to keep rolling them out there. I think there's a sense too that you don't are the Celtics rather don't want these guys doing too much thought you saw with Sammy in a spot start from him him getting a little too exuberant on that end of the for trying to push him fast breaks getting a little too aggressive on the ball. And I don't think they honestly want length of running a ton of pick-and-roll. I know I saw it out there that he had flashes and that aspect of the game a couple of nights ago and I saw a few here there but honestly at this point in his career and this point in his recovery, you found him doing too much out there. I just wish and this is what I liked about Parker so far just simple Cuts just cut to the basket and guys are going to find you. I don't think any of the Celtics young guys do that job. Early enough lankford's probably on the high end of that but him Grant semi, you're not going to have the ball in your hands a ton. You never going to be in a spot on this team where your alley ball-handler lead Creator. So you're gonna have to find other ways to fit in if you want to ever survive on this team and for Parker to come in and three games be doing that at a high level. I mean, what is Parker done on the ball almost nothing. Everything's been cutting funding open lanes letting get get a note in the fast break. So I look at Langford and Grant and Nesmith and all these guys and it's just like you give them some leeway from being young and all that stuff. But at the same time you have to get where your offense is going to come from. Oh, so you're just going to be a zero out there and I was thinking about shroud have given a good cop, you know of Avery Bradley as someone for Romeo, which I thought was pretty good with another person. I was thinking about just in terms of who he might grow up to be that might be more apt is Evan Turner. Yeah. And so when cuz we're talking about Atlanta Turner though, he's dead. He was the commanding on offense a little bit he but you boys but show up but he was but it took him awhile. I mean, he was almost I mean he was in bus territory a couple of years in Italy because obviously he didn't live up to his college billing. And again, Romeo's a guy who had a super high pedigree disappointing first year in Indiana, but his guy who's supposed to score but the outside shot just never came and I don't know whether they will or won't for Romeo doesn't look like he's got the best stroke. I think you can get it to be. Okay, but I think he's a guy who can get places with the basketball and should be able to get into the lane some of those small mid-range ones get to the bucket. I think you can finish a lot better than Turner could around the bucket but Turner just made all of his bones just kind of getting this little spots had a bag. Turner head-turner had moves he could dribble a Sim between game like you did but but he developed like I said as I'm not entirely I think he's like, this is like Jimmy's Aragorn comparison off. So she makes sense. Yeah, that was on point. Yeah, actually Parker, where's twenty each put a little a little point in between that 2 and 0 put Gordon on the back of and you got going to point. Oh, but only spoke about Romeo. You want to talk about bad starts to your career? That's about as bad unlucky of a start to your MBA curious. You can have is Romeo Langford hurt to start the year came back mid-year, you know jumping into the middle of things has no idea what his role is covid-19. They're off for like, you know, three months or whatever. It is comes back in the bubble. Obviously way out of sorts doesn't play Faith No offseason and it's really just an extension of a shity rookie year for Romeo Langford is what this is and it's first Year's rookie year. He didn't have any sort of offensive float his game either. He never was taken, you know Big Shots during the game. I had one game. I looked at his game. He had one game of double-digit shots, which is amazing. I thought he had zero he took 11 shots one game and I went over the Hawks. Other than that. I mean, this is like Bobby said, he's the type of player that needs to just do his thing off the ball get open in ways that he can move off the ball cut whatever it is. You're not getting plays drawn up for you. You don't want to be nobody wants you to be the exact. It's taking shots to begin with and right now I think you just need to get to the offseason all these young guys in the Celtics just need to get to the offseason you had a full offseason in there and actually become a part of the offense so that they're not in there strictly for defense of reasons, which is why Romeo's in there John. I mean you commend his defense rightfully. So he's in there as as a defensive guy only they're not asking him to score. Yeah. Yep. People are showing Evan couldn't defend I'm not saying he could and I'm not comparing that's I'm saying offensively if you're if he's going to arrive he's going to arrive as a person who's doing a lot of his stuff in kind of those mid to intermediate, you know, you know areas of the basket he's going to use his ability to get to the lane or get to the rim or get into the paint and he's going to have to develop that kind of game cuz I don't think he's going to be standoffish. I don't think he's a 3 in D stand in the corner sort of guy. I don't think that's where he's going to make his impact if he does offensively I think he he has to be more aggressive he has to live or he has to be a bit of a slasher juice. If he's got a recognize the moments where he's got a match up or he's, you know, he gets the ball on a swing and he's got a step and he's got to attack more aggressively. He's not doing that right now. No. I mean, the I think the key to him unlocking that part of his game is just becoming a better ball-handler. That's something I know. And, and this upcoming offseason, it has to be priority number one for him. He already is physically strong enough to hold his own out there. Yeah, his ability to get from point A to point B, handling. The ball is going to open things up for himself. He's going to open things up for his teammates and it's going to create more of an opportunity for him to play for Brad. And actually play both ends of the floor as opposed to being really good defensively and a non-factor Casper the Friendly Ghost Style on office, right? And it's again it's a lot of minutes to be playing to be that much of a zero and authenticate 30. Was it 32 minutes tonight. 32 minutes tonight, you know, it's just, you know, to make that little of an impact, you know, and, and it's not just shooting zero assists. He's just not doing anything the ball in his hands. Yeah, I just don't like his offense right now and even if he does become a better ball-handler, there's so many in front of him on this roster that it's like they need some guys who are capable of doing some things without the ball. Like Grant, you can look at Grant and say, oh, if they give him three to five posts ups at night, he'll be look much better. He's just not going to get that on this roster. Semi they can put the ball in his hands and send them down hill the basket. But they just don't want to give semi seven-shot like at some point if you're coming in this league as a role-player, you can't be contingent. Your success can't be contingent on like massive amounts of opportunity. And this is Nesmith to like it kind of stinks that you're going to come into these games and have three shots aside your night. But that's that's where you are on this roster and, you know, part of that song Back to the Celtics and finding guys who fit those spots on the roster better when it comes to draft picks and some of it is on these guys to you know, Romeo Lake but I think is a guy who is whole life as how to make things happen on the ball and the best players on his team's and had massive amounts of opportunity now, I just as long as he's in Boston, I don't think he's ever going to have that. What I'm going to I'm sorry. I'm going to tell everybody one more time here. We do have our locker room situation happening and we're going to be heading over there very soon page again. If you haven't downloaded the app already, please do come join us in the chat. Give me crap about Kemba. Give me crap about Rob, you know talk to sharrod cuz he's he's famous and you should be taking advantage of this opportunity to to to talk to him and ask him to come on your podcast and make friends with him. And if you're a student maybe grade grab a little bit. It's almost great time here wage extra AC, right you should be offering like some sort of extra credit if they if they prove that they've downloaded the app and they joined one of our shows and you screen grab it and they should get like maybe five points in their final know I'm going to guarantee you to it to extra credit points if you're sharrod student, I'll put you said for you. Yeah, and you send me proof of it. I'll I'll work behind the scenes to get you those two points, okay? I might actually. Yeah, yeah, I'll give my students that. If you guys out there for now, we're future students of mine. We're seeing the difference between Professor Sharad and everything I'm ready to sell. And professor, John have to be a teacher. Now that you guys are off to find a a course in where to teach me and Jimmy are going to become a school. Teacher in high school is our main dude. I don't think I could survive high school again, you couldn't Jimmy, I can't even think we're ready for college. No College, turn us away or s u Guyz are teaching college student. We can teach College. Anyone can teach College they're supposed to give it a try will start canvassing am asking years sharrod. Teaches at bu I teach at Emerson, okay, we're teaching the molding young minds in the journalism and Communications Fields. Okay, that's another teaching job. I will be teaching at suffix fall of 2022. So you'd be on the lookout for that. Oh, God, please. Stay true. Yeah, I'll be teaching know. I mean, I'm going to find it. I'm going to make sure it happens. Yeah, so extra credit for everybody talked about past and future. I know Professor price, you know price. Well, he's a series that every and I will kabbash that definitely I'm going to have to talk to Professor price and I don't have to get myself a course over right? So if we don't have it New Media someone put the link in the chat, please and then pin it if you can walk and and people are asking me questions. What's my favorite band you guys can ask me unlock or am I promise? I'll tell you but young stuff. Yeah. I'm going to guess off. The Who? Wow. The Boomer guess. I don't know. I just figured I guess something like the Beatles Bruce Springsteen. I don't know. He's a good. He's a good dog. That's a good one like Bruce. Anyway, let's young trying to fill up a little bit. People are getting in there. Ready? Good locker-room. Yeah. Okay guys, so we're going to head over real quick before we do sharrod. Any thoughts on tonight before you and I head over now Goodwin great. Kimball action. They need to keep it going. Obviously, we will see you tomorrow night, but the more times you can get cable playing like this, the better the Celtics are going to be the better chemistry life and a better chance. They got to actually go beyond the first round of the playoffs. Let's go. Okay, you got him know I had to I had to adjust my, I almost ran out of a almost ran out of battery juice, right? So to me and Bobby are going to hang here a little bit. We're going to head over now. Damn you guys talk about. All right, when I text when I text you come on over guys, bring it bring it. Gang of boys and girls bring it boys. Later. All right, let's do this. All right, we are all in if you have some questions for us drop them in the chat right now. We're going to go a few minutes before we head over to the locker room and it's questions. Don't get answered here. You have the locker room app. We'll do our we'll definitely do our best to answer them over there. So that being said when you got Bob what's going on? Not a ton. I mean like there is some sad news phone rough night, but I don't think I'm going to mention it cuz I just don't know enough about it yet. So I'm going to there's a lot of jobs you got anything to say about that one that I just I just don't know much right now to talk about you can mention what the what the rumors are do you want? Oh, I lose Bobby. I might be the only one in here now. Wow. Okay, so I think we did. I just lose your dude. You got it? Yep, I'm back. All right, all right, don't do that again. When I just scared me, I was like a kid at the cash register like waiting for his mom went to go, get something and she know I'm always I'm prepared for that switch over. I go to jump on the board here and I have you in this and that doesn't matter. My mom just went to get one last thing and like the cash looking at me in these people in line behind me and I'm like, yo, you going to be ready like when that happened to Jose way, he Embraces that moment, he just jumps into the know, I heard that he did not, he had no idea what he was, what he was doing in that in that moment home. So I know people saying it really all I know is that Terrence Clarke a Boston, high school, basketball player, who went on to Kentucky and was a prospect in this. NBA draft died in a car crash and I'm assaulted mentioned it. So I believe it's been confirmed at this point that he passed away tonight at probably nineteen twenty years old so just sent out. She was tragedy. Oh, no way, yeah. So prayers up to him, I know log. Boston was involved in some way who was a teammate of LeBron James's son who I watched quite a bit cuz he was always on high school basketball at the time. They were playing those games on ESPN, of course, and he was seriously in the corner of these reports. So again best to him best of the Clark family as well as the people in Boston who knew him and were connected to him. It just a horrible horrible news and offers a lot of bad news in the country the last couple of months and it just tough to see this kind of stuff happening week in and week out but that's all I really get on it. Now. I just don't know what kind of what I mean. It's strictly news from us. I mean, you know certain not going to comment on speculation. I mean, it's horrible that happened or if it happened and I know that he had just declared for the NBA draft, you know one year at Kentucky. Yeah, it's confirmed that four minutes ago. So yeah, I had died in nineteen. It's awful. I mean, you can't even put it into words. It's way bigger than basketball. Just you know, a young kid like that ganja. That with all the town. I think you just announced he was declaring for the draft. I think you just hired they decide or an agent. So I had read too that he was a guy who would work out with Tatum and brown over the last few years of his life School career since they were all in the Boston area and he had been notable at the high school level already. So that just reminded me. Yep. Yeah mystery cademy and just awful. So definitely thoughts thoughts are with the families and everybody involved in that right there. So I know one stick around here for too long will take a couple of questions. The only guy we didn't hit on tonight that I wanted to talk about with you some more Jabari Parker who continues to get minutes on this team. I mean the 2.0 No, okay. Can you take that back now? Let's I'll double down I'm going to read tweet. My tweet went into time comes going to retweet it from from from when it actually happens. But no, I still have the apology cam here, but I can't be happening. Don't worry about that. So here's my thing about him. I sent it there in the show. I love that he cutting and finding ways to get involved and equipped teammates clearly trust him already in that sense. He's been efficient because he's just shooting at the basket, but he looks slow he can't get off the ground. There was one play where he tried chase a guy down and couldn't even get up off the ground to try to block it from behind and the verticality and athleticism in this game just seems to be all but gone and I know yeah, there's two talked quite a bit about his way. So like I just I hope so to me. I hope this some level of sustainability there cuz he does not look good physically, even though he's finding ways to chip in well again wage. think I've mentioned it a few times, but being in a situation is that he was in, it would be very easy for any player to fall into a bit of a rut, you know, physically mentally, you know, affect affect your game. I mean, whether it's the gingery is whether it's the role, the team, your organization that you're on, just being relegated to a complete bench, non-playing role in Sacramento, I mean that put twenty pounds on anybody. I don't care who you are, you know what I mean? You're out, you're out in California, you know, Foods, great, all that stuff and you're not playing a second year in an organization that clearly doesn't really care much about you at all. Coach that doesn't believe in you life. And now he's in an organisation with the Celtics that I think we can all say that they that they see something in him enough where that they committed, you know, this the rest of the season next season to an extent obviously it's a non-guaranteed deal, but if you wants to put in the work and show the the growth in the improvement with this game, and with this conditioning, those are things that that to me are going to come at the end of the month. Professional athlete he had all the hype in the world coming in a league. Unfortunately towards ACL and had some other injuries and bad playing situations. And now I think he's got kind of a second life here in the NBA and I think that Nix Nix gotta he can still dunk. You can still throw it down. He does have to drop a little bit a little bit of pounds. But if he gets on a workout program kind of gets involved in the whole, you know with disability in Boston and maybe sticks around in the offseason. I think this guy could be a could be a nice little steel. I compared him to Evan Turner like that type of signing where it's a by extremely low turn your career type signing and I think that he has that capability. Well the Celtics were in an interesting position where they they couldn't reasonably add on another star who needs a bunch of all time and I'm starting minutes and that kind of that's kind of the stuff we talked about with Drummond like that just isn't the level of room and space here from the operate because there's a ton of centers on the roster already, but when it came to Wings on this roster, especially when 48th went down to call There is so much room for improvement there we talked about again. We talked about Romeo Nesmith all this stuff every night Jimmy, but it just kind of down like two two shots and like a couple plays on the defensive end and there's so much room for so much more in already in three games. Your body has done more cutting more finishing and more activity on offense and all those other guys combined. I I'm a grant fan on the defensive side of the floor, but I won't dispute at all Parker Fit so much better in this offense and Grant does and that's without shooting any threes. I mean Parker's basically said I'm going to do everything from 12 feet in in and it's working. I agree with you. It is working and he's and this is exactly what I think when you're the difference is Parker's been in a league you know certainly hasn't played the way that he's wanted. It does not say something right, it's been really kind of knows but he kind of knows. He doesn't have the rookie, you know, why'd I feel or the young guy, you know, he's not really like looking up to guys or wondering or cowering to be like, not cowering is not the right word but sort of just like why nobody is, he knows what he is. He knows what he has to do, he knows what's going to get him on the court. And he's already accepting that role. This song, anybody understands that he can build. You can build on that role going into next season because he's like you said a player that they don't have any cap room to sign these, you know, big guys. And you know, big contract, they need to take a flyer on a on a guy that sort of a Bi-Lo legitimate, Bi-Lo candidate and see what they can turn them into and I think that's exactly what they need. They need guys, who are going to be those role playing game. Is cutting guys, and off-ball guys, and you know, find the open man type player. So I think he does feel on either, and I think he honestly might be an end of rotation guy in the playoffs. You start to think about nine, nine, man, rotation, right? Type of a number. Usually I go at 9 in the playoffs and when you start saying but they say well, maybe grants out, you know, need some, it's obviously Romeo might be out. Parker's seems a guy that might actually find himself in it, more than more than some of these other guys that have been on the team all season. So that's where it's going to get tricky. I think if they're fully healthy, but that's what I'm saying. It's really healthy. I think if we can assume at this point they're probably not going to because they haven't been all year long. So if they're fully healthy, I think it's those three Wings Fournier Off the Bench, a bench big, and you pretty much packed, everybody all the way. And Richard probably plays a few minutes to behind Kemba John. I don't think you'll see any Parker, Grant Romeo Nesmith semi ran off. Match up like spot like search or something like something's not working. Let's throw Parker in there or let's throw granite in there. Yeah. Now if they lose Fournier for any reason or you know, smart key goes down with a minor injury, then all of a sudden you're asking are you leaning on Parker for extra minutes? Does Grant come into play? I think that becomes a much tougher decision in that sense because every minute you play you guys in the playoffs he's going to matter a ton and if you choose the wrong guy out of those four or five that could swing a game in the wrong direction and the bad thing about Parker's that he can do enough bad things on the defensive end where suddenly those couple buckets and you might be able to get on Grant end up not meaning as much because he got committed a foul or a blue kind of action there just did some stuff on the defensive end that kills them. That's what worries me about this team even with adding him. I still think they're in such bad shape if they have to rely on their bench too much in the playoffs, right I wash Say. I only have one more thing before we go. What the hell happened with the Tristan Thompson fight tonight wouldn't be the garden. Report if we didn't at least talk mention this. Yeah, I think we have our speculate on a speculate. So I watched the, you know, obviously saw live at the end but I was, I didn't catch the replay but I just watched it again. Now, he's really pissed. I mean I wouldn't say he's pissed, but he's he's yelling, he's yelling at Craig trash trash like your, your absolute trash pretty much which should I try to pull up the video? I know I'm always great at this. This is going to be a disaster, but we can break it down, frame by strengthening Torrey. Craig. And I have no idea what it is about. I mean it would have been great if it was Thompson in Booker cuz then we could have assumed that there was some sort of Kardashian backstory there that we didn't know about. But all right, this is great. We have a crystal clear video from Chris random old friend of the network who was always so great with this. So I'm going to pull it up here and we're going to break it down frame-by-frame a screen share. I don't know what your new tabs look like home. All right, here we go. Hopefully this is crystal clear and everyone can take it. Yeah, we we can see it. Okay, he's circling them there John. It's skipping a bit. Crash easy on trash. So it is stuck to tell but Thompson's the one who definitely ramped it way up. Yeah, Craig said something to get under his skin. I don't know what it could have been. But Thompson took exception to it, for sure. I don't know. I mean I don't know if those guys did it. Did if something happened during the game that led to that, or what? Yeah, I'm just trying to see what initiated and Craig didn't play a ton off. No, no. Of course you didn't cuz he's trash. I saw something. I saw some people compared to Marcus Morris so which is great because I thought, one of the best thing about the 2018 Celtics on the run of the East finals, is it Morris was always ready to get in a guy's face that Limon the Lebron dunk do stuff like that to just get into the other team and ultimately if Rob's healthy off Tristan might be the guy who's able to take a technical there and risk. Possibly picking up a second later in the game. Now if they only have him as the center will probably have to be a little more careful with that stuff, but I will do all of that. Having that kind of guy in the Ross day who's well let's just go out other guys. You need it. You don't want to be the team that gets Punk'd. You want a guy that's going to put, you know, pushes body around. They're getting your face, get in your grill and I talked right back to you and I don't know, maybe it's just me. But I feel like since Thompson came back from his covid-19 that he's like been a different type of player. Like the energy has been dead higher. Like the production has been great for the most part. I feel like he's giving it a lot more. I don't want to, I don't want the effort but it does feel like he's given it a lot more intensity bulb. Then we saw the first few looks better, physically to look pretty when to doing it looks. It looks more engaged out there and he's like he's fired up. I mean again he's blocking shots and he's dunking, we didn't even think it should be able to do anything right early in the year. Maybe a little fun in the sun while he was away. I don't know what it was but he came back. Well, he went through her conditioning program after he got activated from that comb. But so maybe that week or so they were just running wind Sprints and suicides and stuff just to get him up to max max strength there. But this month he's been awesome particular wage offensive side of the floor and finally, I think by the end of this year. I'm going to be Victorious on that take that he was the right guy the grand here because if you look at Indiana Myles Turner probably just went down for the season with a foot injury. So he went and got off to a great start but it's Thompson who's speaking at the right time here and you're starting to see the things that I know you were a supporter of the signing to we got so excited about this looks like the Cleveland version of Tristan Thompson. The only gripe I have is the finishing he's going to finish some of those shots at the basket. Agree agree. But yeah, I'm if this yeah I'm I'm happy with what he's given them. You know, we can go back and forth on, if, if it was the right signing with that ship has sailed, you know, it's like the chem but it's like, with cameras on your team. He's getting paid. What? He's paying getting paid? You just want to see the production now. So that's what you're kind of getting from Thompson. I still obviously know that they need Rob, cuz Thompson's not going to be enough to do it. You don't have ties to anymore. You're going to need all hands on deck depending on who you're ending up matching up within the play-offs, but it's good to see Thompson sort of rounding into form here as they come down. You know, that final stretch of regular season that's is when she want your guys to, to start to look their best is, you know, right? Right. When you heading into the playoffs, a lot of times, it's the hottest team. You know, it's not always the best, you want to be the, you want to be the team. That's playing playing well together in a playoff. So if they can get healthy and get right, then you maybe they can go in a little bit of a run. Yeah. And I don't know if they'll be able to have it, but they were doing some things with that Thompson khong. Can't bench combination there that I love defensively when they were getting in the second units and they're a little more healthy. So Rob's obviously going to be the key to all of this. I do agree with some of these comment there to say if it's just Thompson come playoff time that's going to look nearly as great especially over the cord out thirty-five forty minutes, but probably in the south of follow too much and Lord knows they have absolutely nothing behind him if Rob's out so that's it will change over locker room. We're going to take a bunch of questions. We're going to try to entice people to go at John and help us bully him and he's coming on at him as we speak. So I want to get over there, but I want to remind everybody watching that tomorrow if you can if you can't get on the locker room app tonight, you're going to want to be on tomorrow. So download it now download it tomorrow during the day we're going to go live right right after our guard reports show tomorrow with the very special guest house. And the cool thing about locker room is you can you know request to speak and you'll be able to speak speak to other special guests. You can even speak to Bobby. If you for some reason want to I don't know why you would but you could put our special guest wage. Beyond tomorrow with us it's going to be a lot of fun Friday night. We're going to be shooting the shit. Hopefully the Celtics will take the W. I don't know who's going to be playing in that game or if it even matters if they win if no one's playing but, it's always fun when you get Kerry Kerry against the Celtics. So that'll be a nice little added bonus Curry masterclass demo car. I I don't I think it's safe to say it's not Kyrie joining us tomorrow after the game. Although he's certainly welcome to if you wants to is an interesting one. I wonder if our comment just misspelled names on purpose like it's so bad. It's not Jacqueline. I've made that mistake before there is a k and Tackle but I will say this and maybe he said it because I said I said in the past I've seen Taco Fall on locker room. He's been on the locker room app before not with us, but that certainly not out of the realm of possibilities. So These Guys these players these athletes and I'm sure you'll see eventually, you know, maybe celebrities would be hopping on So we'll start to work on that. That's what I want. I want to talk to Taco and some of these guys are on the team right now and maybe we get a guy like Grant you guys will have to do it to his face. You know, they'll see no more this where do all right right here will tell you guys I can't wait till lineup John against one of those guys. I will see them on my current see it.

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