10 Episode results for "Adam sick"

Nov 29, 2019

Sword and Scale Daily

12:25 min | 1 year ago

Nov 29, 2019

"Hello and welcome the sword and scale daily. I'm your host Ryan Williams. It's Friday November twenty nine and this is your true crime report coming up on sword and scale daily a California father allegedly murdered his wife and three children over the course of a week and then drove to a police station with the body of his oldest son in the vehicle a US District Court rejected a request. It's for resentencing by Idaho Inmate Tori Adams Sake Adam sick and his accomplice. Brian Draper both sixteen in two thousand six when they murdered their classmate estimate. cassie Joe Stoddard. Finally in Dunedin New Zealand thirty two year old doctor. The nods Kantha was found guilty of the murder murder of sixteen year old. Amber rose rush all this and more coming up on sword and scaled daily On Tuesday November twenty. Sixth Police Lisa California released information regarding fifty-three-year-old Shin Car God who has been arrested and charged with four counts of murder in the October deaths of his wife and three children. The victims were named as forty six year old. Jodi Sean Carr Sixteen Year Old Gari. Hong God thirteen thirteen year old niece Shawl God and twenty year old Rahmael Shankar in spite of allegedly confessing to the crimes and God has pleaded not guilty three perkasie our news. Three Sacramento and good allegedly killed the first two victims on October seventh and a third October eighth in in the family residence in Roseville California a city just on the outskirts of Sacramento then suspected that he drove around Northern California with his oldest son Forum Schenker law enforcement alleged that he murdered in car on October thirteenth near the Oregon California border on October Fourteenth and God drove his vehicle containing his son's body to the Mount Shasta police station. He told officers there were three more bodies in Roseville and they notified the Rosedale Police Department. Who then discovered the crime scene? The victims cause of death has not been released. Investigators said and God confessed to the crimes but did not give a motive. The AP reported that Hung God was an unemployed data specialist. who had in the past worked for a number of Bay area companies tax records show? He faced a one hundred. Seventy eight thousand dollar. I R S lean in other news a US District Court on Monday rejected Tori Adam. Six requests for resentencing thing Tori Adam. Sick is serving life without parole in Idaho for the two thousand six murder of sixteen year old. cassie JOE's Stoddard Adam. I'm sick was sentenced to life without parole when he was still a teenager and his appeal for resentencing was in part based on the later Supreme Court ruling that denying even the option of release to juvenile offenders is not constitutional per the AP There are eight thousand inmates in Idaho. Only four of them were sentenced to life without parole as juveniles and therefore were due to have their sentences reexamined on September twenty second two thousand six Tory Adam sick and his accomplice. Brian Draper both sixteen at the time. Murdered their classmate. CASSIE JOE's stoddard. Who was house sitting in? Poke of Taylor Idaho. Adam sick and draper who had earlier that evening. Watch movies with stoddard waited until they were sure she was alone in the house and and then viciously murdered her the evidence against the two included damning video. They recorded themselves discussing the murder during the planning stage and in the immediate aftermath clips of this video are available on Youtube and revealed at the two saw themselves as budding serial killers intended on killing again not regretting their actions on the tape. The boys talk about serial killers. Ted Bundy the hillside strangler the Zodiac and at one point in the video Adam six says those people were amateurs compared to what we are going to be during the video draper mentions that they had planned to commit a murder eight or nine times before but could never catch the victims alone. Adam sick and and draper were both convicted of first degree murder in two thousand seven and sentenced to life without the possibility of parole following the Supreme Court decision. The the juvenile's cannot be sentenced to life without parole. Adam stick apply for resentencing in two thousand seventeen his sentence was reaffirmed by the Idaho. Supreme Court Adam sick appealed the decision to the US district cord who decided to leave the ruling. The Idaho Supreme Court intact after the break a New Zealand doctor found guilty of murdering sixteen year old. Amber rose rush in her bed to prevent her from exposing exposing him as an alcoholic molester. Now for our final story on Wednesday thirty two year old the nod scandal was found guilty of the two thousand eighteen murder of sixteen year old. Amber rose rush rush in Dunedin New Zealand Court reports the Otago Daily Times. According to the prosecution scant a hospital doctor who drank heavily emily and socialized with teenagers murdered amber rose because she threatened to ruin his reputation and his career ambers mother discovered her body under pillows in her bed on the morning of February third. Two thousand eighteen. When police spoke to her mother she mentioned and her daughter knew a man named vinny nod? Investigators soon learned about a heated text exchange between amber rose and vinod. That took place the same. Tonight is the killing. The Nod Skanska became the prime suspect on February fourth. When officers? I interviewed the young doctor. He he pretended he barely knew. Amber rose rush several times during the interview. He noted he was quote stupid to hang out with teenagers. He suggested that amber rose had killed herself later that same day the nod Skanska was arrested for her murder after his young accomplice turned on him and he was later charged with murder and four counts of threatening to kill and pleaded not guilty to all charges. You might ask yourself why a young doctor actor would murder a teenage girl. The reason lay finance scandals lifestyle. SCANA graduated Medical School in two thousand sixteen and and transferred to Dunedin in two thousand seventeen. He moved into an apartment that soon became a well known party. House were underage drinkers. Were a common insight at first. It seemed possible. That scandal was just letting off some steam after years of sober study. However during the trial friends described griped how he came to consume ever larger quantities of alcohol? An ex girlfriend testified that by the end of two thousand seventeen scandal was drinking quote Kamara or less nonstop. He preferred to have others drive him so he could continue drinking. Uninterrupted as scandalous drinking spun out of control he behaved in cruel and crass ways leading old friends to drop out of contact scandal was increasingly surrounded only by teenagers who idolized him. The drugs the alcohol the car and the money he provided one of those adoring teams known during the trial. Only as witnessed thirty two introduced scant to amber rose scandal became infatuated with her in early. January two thousand thousand eighteen amber rose told a friend that scanty had sexually assaulted her while she was asleep. Shortly thereafter scandal aggressively. We proposition amber rose for sex in exchange for money and she stopped socializing with him during the trial. Witnesses testified that amber rose was not the only girl not had molested on February second two thousand eighteen. The nod scant the message amber rose to complain. The she'd used his credit card to buy something online amber rose wrote back. You're lucky I don't go into the hospital and tell them you turn up to work. Drunk supply minors with alcohol. Touch them without consent. Grow Up Vinnie. You're thirty for F. Sake for nod replied you know. I didn't mean in it. An upset amber rose then shared a screen shot of part of the conversation to instagram. Were witness thirty. Two saw it and alerted Skanska. You can't contacted amber rose again demanding. She removed the post. Amber rose replied that she intended to follow through on her threat to go to the police in their last exchange of messages happen at eleven. Twenty five PM. Amber rose rush did not know that the nod Skanska was on his final warning at the hospital after showing up drunk to meeting six months earlier and attempting to treat a patient while drunk scancen nearly lost his job and only any managed to hold onto it by lying to administrators telling them his mother had just died. Amber Roses information could put an end not only to hospital job Bob but to his medical career scanty decided he had no time to waste at eleven forty PM dressed in all black wearing gloves armed with a knife he picked up witness thirty two who drove him to amber rose. Russia's house vinod scandal broke into a room and stabbed her six times in the neck. Nick severing her carotid. Artery scanner return to the car holding the bloody knife. An Amber Rosa's bone and driver's license amber roses uses blood was later found in the passenger side of the car and on scandal shoes after getting witnessed thirty to help him dispose of evidence. Scant that threaten threaten to kill witness thirty to his parents and his cat. If you talked to the police ultimately the threat was not effective as witness. Thirty ready to testify against him in trial on Wednesday the nod scandal was found guilty of one count of murder and four counts of threatening to kill decision that provides them small comfort to the rush family their morning not only the loss of their daughter but also the loss of her mother Lisa Ann who took her own life a few months after the murder scandal sentencing is scheduled for March six. That's it for today. We'll see you next week. And until then stay safe soared and scale. Daily is an incongruity media production. Your host was Ryan Williams Research and writing by Hagar Barack executive producer. Mike Day if you like the show subscribing leave us a review. If you'd like to write us with feedback acker suggestions. Use the email address daily at sword and scale DOT COM

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Special Conditions - A Pok�mon TCG Podcast

50:32 min | 1 year ago

Just Keep Playing

"What's going on point trading card game fans welcome to have thirty five special conditions? Podcast where I love POK. Mon and collecting collide ESPECI- conditions as part of the POKEMON professor network and today is may two thousand twenty. I'm one of your host Adam Tuttle and I'm joined by my co host Josh Brown. What's going on what's Up Adam? How you doing today? I'm doing fantastic. Feel like we just talked. We did but it had to be done. Yes it had to be this but now we're back on our regular programmed scheduled hours or to be back schedule. Yeah Yeah 'cause you you left me hanging I did. I would that question so we have things to settle up on this. The show we do and so welcome on today's show. We're GONNA do our pickups of the week I get jealous of Josh's pickup from last. I may have done something on that. We have questioned the week as Josh alluded. To last week we're going to be going over his Cinderella History Stack and just. Kinda you know talk strategy and unbalancing it if you know and then our car the week this week. Cinderella's feedback from rebel clash of course beautiful guard. All the taxes are like epic known as cool as they look right. It's like they all have that red cloud cosmic background. It's it's beautiful agreed a fun show. Let's just jump into it. Let's make a splash as if we were a magic skills because of course the shiny. Yeah because then you could evolve into magic Pemex I suppose you could do that right. Yeah that sounds right. Maybe not a veep right you. You just turns into lake something crazy. That's things so only wash. It just has g MAC splash. It had no effect wash and then the crowd and the background just like go go all right none of your opponents just like all right so let's talk yes So we do have. Rtc G. Tournament. That's going to be on the twenty second. Yeah this Friday this Friday out. So if you're not signed up get signed up. Go to our website. Mon PROFESSOR NETWORK DOT COM PROMO PROFESSOR DOT COM and join in. Join it on the fund. It's GONNA be a blast. I think we have a couple of spots. Open small up. Cool prizes. A lot of fun. It's GonNa be good definitely. I'm I'm beyond excited. I can't wait to be like in and out of the chats and just talk on people right in playing pokemon. 'cause that's a lot of fun. Yeah what else you got to go Friday that you know exactly and then also you know we did talk last podcast about the Players Cup for pokemon play Just keep playing. Just keep practicing. Just get games in as often as possible and just prepare yourself. Because I did talk last. Podcast I got off the air and I and I won three in a row. I was not so lucky last night on the night before I just got destroyed and I mean I was playing my dark box and a full link fellow failings. I don't know how to say its name but like I had the advantage. Nope I'm times two week. My attack does not. I know couldn't attack it with for one shot and it just came back and hit me every single time so that was said. Did you learn anything though? I Yeah I learned that a need to figure out a strategy that makes it so I don't just auto lose to a fighting deck. Yeah yeah well I mean at least you learn something I guess. Have you made adjustments yet? Not yet not yet. But it's not that they don't want to Po could add rick From Polka dads they are. He sent me this link to a youtube video. Basically talking about a different way to look at dark box okay And I was kind of like all right that concept cool it's it basically revolves around using The scoop up net and dark right prison star. Okay 'cause when when you play dark ride prison star you can attach up to two dark energies from your hand to it. So playing it down moving energies revile bring it back to your hand and then do the same thing again. But I can't remember a time where I've had you know four energies in my hand like that that just I dunno it just and then a whole strategy relying on that one card As your energy acceleration and hypothetically your opponent plays something discards the top. Cardi your deck and it's Dr Cry your whole strategy like he gets removed from play your because it's the prison star so the whole strategy. Just collapses right. I don't know if I can. I can get behind that but I do like the concept so as far as changing things at the moment. I have no idea what I'm going to change. That's that's that's where you're stuck at. Is You know you have to change? But you don't know how how to pivot right now exactly and it's Monday. I have all week to you. Know mess around with it right. I'm definitely going to dive into Markaz. Mondays are usually my get work done. I mean we got the notes for the show. I've felt some paperwork stuff. My son has his stuff we do in the morning and then its grocery shopping and all this stuff. So it's A. It's a jam packed Monday for a normally uneventful. Stay at home kind of kind of thing sadder so Tuesday where it's at or possibly when we get off the podcast. Sure I'll might jump on and play games. You Got Coffee. You have all night. I mean you got this. Yeah I know you were shocked when I was like. Oh not I gotTA GO GET COFFEE. Like new not recorded for that. Long Adam say a week. Yeah I drink coffee like all the time it. It just doesn't stop sorry usually when I wake up. It's like a little bit of water and then then some coffee. Glad you're at least some hydration in there right. An my body tells me rape before the podcast Before I was talking to you like I just downed half a bottle of water. 'cause I knew that I needed it but hey hold up hold up. We're here for POK. Amman we are. We GonNa talk about Pokemon happen. You know sometimes. Our life's intersect with Pokomo Adam okay so pickups of the we yes let's get to it so I happen to pick up one of those figure collections. Yeah because Josh spoke so highly about the The figure the courtroom by Golly that figure is beautiful isn't it it's so well-crafted you know obviously search online if you can go to your local shop but see if you can find a good deal on this If you if you're not comfortable with paying the twenty dollars said it is sure I think it's worth yeah. Some will say it's not but I. I really enjoy when outdo themselves with like a figure. Yeah and this. This is nice. I didn't like the figures where they kind of like were attacking but is like half the bodies. Oh yeah those was. It was like like disappointing to be honest and then sometimes they do pins and pins are just a dime a dozen. There's so many out there. How many pins can guy have on a lanyard? You know what I mean exactly. And it's like I just have so many pins so many I have all like the badges. I I have hidden face tin race. There's just there's just too many minor and only trainer box while he's doing it longer than I have so and then I also grabbed that peak chewed and holy cow. The Card Holy Mill tank isn't so good it is amazing. Yeah Yeah I love so much like I just WanNa place place to like. Put HIM IN. Like one of those four page binders and like just look at them all day long. Just look at it. Yeah that'd be doubt. I hope they do a bird like Christmas style. You know with a bunch of I really. I really think that they should do that. I mean okay. What it's about time. I don't think we've talked. Maybe at all about delivered on this podcast which is a tragedy tragedy. Its own right but Yeah I don't think the POKEMON company cares about Delhi bird the way you want them to care about. Delhi word right but at the same time this Christmas season. They may have a whole like train at all. Based on the deadly bird express like yeah you know what? I mean. I like. I know if they're gonNA do a full art card like this. They should do. Adelie bird for Christmas like that. Whole the December time but with the trio of starters that way it still sorting shield. But we've got deadly bird. Come on POK Mon. If you're listening which I hope you are for them. It would be nice. Do It for me. How many cards are there in the POKEMON T C G? I will have to get back to you on do you have have. I have all of them. Okay including the two. That are Jim Jim leaders okay. I think they're from the reader series but they are like only in Japan touch. It and I have multiple languages. Not all of them but I have multiple languages sure but for every English delivered card. You have sure yes. Did they make any full arts or like really cool della birds at any point? During one of the tournament seasons they had First second third and fourth place so like if you WanNa tournament like a a a bat no not a battle roads and I'm dating myself. Their a league league challenge okay like the lowest lower scaled events. They still do this now. Like where if you win an event you get a first second third or fourth place Stamped card okay but when they first introduced these I think they had like site third. The deadly bird was one of them. And I can't tell you how many like I played so many things so many tournaments and I I definitely got a fourth third and second. I don't think I ever one But it was able to trade somebody for their first place. Okwu not that it feels you know. I don't look at as a trophy card but elections for saying that you want it. Yeah and I was able to get my hands on a sealed pack of those who go so like I have like four of each of those sealed so that that makes me happy and then I was able to get my hands on a Sealed like League Promo of delivered. So I have that too man I could go. That's that's its own what we're talking about some of the time that's literally just like yeah another episode. I didn't know those accounts does opening. No no no no I mean yeah it is a can of work okay all right back you cartons. Pica's okay pick up the weakness so we talked about that. I got the figure Pakistan's jealous view. I have preordered something that I thought was unavailable. Oh because they came back in stock as far as priority. And that's the restroom. Charges are battling the deck. And the Right you in Sacramento Ballerina deck as well. They both go for twenty four ninety nine last. I checked on Amazon. They had them. Okay so I pre-ordered them They come up the twenty second along with his. I didn't preorder possession. Zama Zenit attends. But they do come out on the twenty seconds. Well Oh how about that? So if you need a good a good deck or need. Geraci is The right you or I mean the restroom Charles are doesn't have Geraci but the right does wasn't Geraci. In one of the lasts battle arena packs also yes and that one is now like fifty five dollars. I on Amazon. I'm looking right now. It says fifty five fifty and then only came with to an this right. You has four back. They were at the. Yeah they were. I mean yeah And right now I can see that the charges are one is still available for preorder but the righteous one is like now missing because it makes sense because of garage. I have a feeling that once everybody gets their hands on him or on the twenty second when Walmart actually just like puts them on the shelves. I'm pretty sure the prices are just going to drop and people are GONNA BE UPSET THAT THEY BOUGHT. They six different ride. She wants to try to get one up on Geraci right market but I think that's what they're doing. They're trying to flood the market with Geraci to make it a cheaper car because right now it's a it's a hollow rare for twenty dollars. Yeah just wild. Absolutely Wild C. preorder some cards. Which I mean. I've never done so really. Yeah Well Okay for oh hidden face. I did that was at game. Stop but that's like a preorder place like I haven't preloaded them on Amazon. Like I haven't read anything from Amazon so sure I mean you. Preorder booster boxes and stuff. Well no I've sent to. I mean like purchase them through like like instagram people in south out. But I'm sent over there available. I mean that's still pre ordering. Yeah Okay Awesome. Adam you've definitely priori not from Amazon though it's a first for all right only wanted to but I was I. It's the fear of missing out for card. So okay that's Anything anything you pick up. I didn't pick up anything new. I just am sitting on all the the product that I had picked up before you know it was only a couple of days ago. I haven't opened any other packs since we talked last so I have a couple pack here my hand. I have only have one in my hand. Oh well I have a pack of Cosmic clips and I have a pack of rebel clash. I'm thinking have rebel clash. Pack Battle of rebel class. Okay should I open my cosmic eclipse? I or should we just do? The packbell opened the cosmic. It's been a while since open some cosmic but if you pull like a like a gold card. I think I think the backpack battles over like I think he just win by Default. Yeah cosmic acquits remember cars. Look like it's been forever for ever Who WHEREVER CARD for people getting ready for the tournament the Z? K. l. p. p. six Y de to six. M The T. Good luck everybody. Good look ripped up so I don't try to use it later COSMIC CLIPS. What's in here Fighting Energy Zane. Goose vapours them. Tag Call Out. That's a good ball alone. Grammar Mandate Evey Flabby. Baby Sneeze will Verse Hollow Anorak and the rare is a non holographic IM- bore boo. Good thing. That was my pack battle pack. Yeah well maybe I mean I think Egmore has one hundred and seventy life. Yeah hundred seventy good memory so well. I'm Chanel place that one. So we do. The rebel rebel clash. We'll do card for card you know. Obviously the when t three four I opened my meant your slower than a cat's meow. Sweet Time Adam got cherish this you. Now I've been doing this for three decades like you my friend all right you. What did another cut card okay with you? That's perfectly okay Z. V D Q G. Z. T. L. X. H V v K card for good luck. Everybody Adam are you ready. All right. Fire Energy archaeology twin energy. Turf Field Stadium. He'll lisk car coal. Wbz Hat Trim Phantom magwar bronze or ELECTA BUZZ TACO S- Quo Vet Aplin snow ver- Darren net to reverse hollow is a Of Sorry Nice getting My reverse hollow is a cursed shovel in my rare. Regular is a MAG mortar with a hundred and forty hip points. My rare is. Let's see here looks like a supporter. Full are only Anna. What about Oh all right? I'm throwing this away. It's not the ray-ban hyper rare or secret or whatever. It is still that's awesome. Yeah what do you know about this card? I don't know much to be honest. See you can play this card. Only if you discard to other cards from your hand your opponent reveals their hand. Put a trainer card. You find there on the bottom of their deck. Andy how little. I don't think it's very useful Well I mean I guess to get your hand. Your opponents hand Like but if you were playing a deck that focuses on getting rid of cards from your opponents hand than yes okay. Well I don't I don't see very many uses for it Gotcha. But that's just that's just me right now? Who knows it could be really good. Well good looking car. It's a full our trainer supporter. It be your back. I'll take it out him. It definitely beat back here by a landslide. You're like my rare full art. I I was like I was like. Oh you're rare bosses order and then you're like fuller trainer and I'm like bosses order. Knock quite that cool. I know but it. It felt like that. Yeah I'm sorry I'm not really but you know Paul Adam opening up carts. I should do it more often. Yeah you should not tonight though okay. Can we talk about this This deck now. All right question of the week. Josh Cat what is your question. My question is what do I have here? What is this themed deck that I haven't opened it yet Okay so this looks like it's it's a sixty card deck it's a fire deck. Yeah Fire Deck and it's based upon syndrome race. It also came with a bunch of stuff I didn't realize it came like coin fund A little information sheet okay lighted up. Your main goal is to evolve cinder as quickly and use. Its flame cloak to attack to power up a big hits. Global has a playmate of course which I appreciate With the instructional plan to. I do appreciate that. Feels place everything and how it works. Exact which is really cool. I like that they do that Do they have like a whole little booklet? Quick Start Rules which I feel like I definitely need to read. Looks like a lot of information in that. So I also teach you about like you know drawing on your first turn Supporters Special Energies Probably will tell you bout special conditions. I know thinking too about special conditions at him I have a whole sheet of Numbered coins. Which are there like metallic coloration which I really like? Does each one have like a different color scheme to the coins? Most of them to okay. Yes it's like if I would in probably BE BLUES ACQUIS. Yes Yep so forth so this one yeah gold and orange and red looks cool but the reason we're all here at is the deck itself for some of opening it. I'm excited so it does come with one centre as that has like a cracked shattered glass Foil PRINT. Yes and that is exclusive to the deck. Okay it's like you can't get that anywhere else but it's officially part of the set also. Yeah it's not technically a alternate art. It's not a promo card. It's just a different hollow pattern of okay. So is it so. It's numbered as the same as the other Cinderella as holographic. Yes Yup got it. It just looks different. That's cool. Is that the same for all theme decks. Yes Yep that's cool all right. So let's see we have some cards say What are special editions? Adam especially conditions. I don't know I do So you know you got confused. Earn PARALYZED POISON IN. Asleep. He Yeah I don't see sleep anywhere on this. I got poisoned got confused. I got burned and got out asleep and paralyzed. They combined Sneaky sneaky. They thought they could get it passed me. Yeah they tried. Okay cool especially the three different cards explain. What special editions is like? I appreciate that. Okay let's go to the cat so right off the bat. I've noticed something here. There's a lot of energies. There are a lot of energies three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen eighteen energies energies. It is but his nora it for structure deck yes for any deck no CAP Too many not structured x they want you to be able to draw N. Be Able to do something. Every single turn whether it be play a supporter of or attaching energy. Every single turn. You should be doing something. Okay makes sense But with this deck. You have your serious. Which like they said on the back said flame cloak it does forty damage for one fire in you attach a fire in. Jakarta's discard pile this POKEMON K. And then it's got bright flame for hundred and sixty flip a coin if tails discount to energies so high risk high reward but so does one hundred sixty damage regardless of the heads or tails correct. Okay who boy. But it could be the difference between you going back to the forty attack or being able to one hundred sixty the following turn shirt. That's impressive okay. And so then you've got nine tails on the deck also also has flame cloak which attach is a fire energy from discard pile to this pokemon. Yes when it's maybe I believe so. To Nigel's yeah to nine tells yeah okay and it's also get another attack for seventy for two energies so not that great. You know it's got it's got a double in there which Cotton guarded does for one energy does thirty reduce damage done to it By I believe it's thirty Pokemon does damage thirty two itself out. No that's devil edge. Oh sorry cotton guard the cotton guy. Yes yeah it's one energy attacker that you know you can hit for thirty and reduce thirty damage. It's actually pretty tough in a structured format. Okay because you can just keep hitting and reducing their damage over and over again until they're able to knock it out but then you've got something you know powered up on the bench. Sure is it that a pok. Mon based around wool is a fire deck. That seems dangerous. Catch fire now. I like it conveys speaking of things that can catch fire. There's also pseudo in the deck with the second that can't catch fire. It's a tree now. So this is in here again as like a setup card so it has double draw for one coast to draw two cards. And then flail does tend damage each damage count so the Maxi could do ninety cards. Okay and then you also have a tree. Empa- of two of them in the deck question. Hold on Yep why pseudo woulda just a basic baby. Pokemon are weirdly represented in the TC G. Sometimes they can evolve and sometimes they don't so the breakdown of yeah. Wow Okay and I and because I believe that babies like in like the first the first time that they got released like could evolve I know that's that's a weird I I don T to think I'm thinking about right now. Bond Pond's. Lii is her Bosley. I think there's only one okay. No there's more but it just seems like making the babies is essentially making the first evolution of line or the first you know the beginning of a line but they don't look at it like that no because babies were introduced later on right and I know that In like one of the I think it was hospital silver. They had items like the items that were attached to Pokemon I don't remember if like the babies could evolve through that method or then. That's a good question. I I gotTa do my research. Well maybe next. We'll talk about baby. Poke him on maybe pokemon in the TC G. Yeah what's up with that? Okay so suto. Budo is a basic POK mon. I don't understand why but it's what it is and we have to accept it for that yes in in English. There's only been one bonds. Lie Okay you say bonds Lamb Banzai. Yeah so that could be why he's a basic his only one term diamond and Pearl okay. So trump also in this deck drought trampled for to Colo's does eighty and described the top two cards deck. So again like following a theme here this is okay. I'm putting energies discard. And then you've got You've serious and stuff that absorbed the energies from the discard. Okay now in the deck. You have a decent amount of like search draw. You've got four great balls for hops Then you have to feed so that supporter. Let's you attach an additional energy. So it's it's like a wilder but at the lowest form possible it's just an extra energy attachment okay attaches Basic AG card from your hands to one of your benched pokemon. Okay okay yeah so it. It works a little different but again helping you set up something that you know you can attack with in the future. Sure that you've got one ordinary rod to kind of recycle some pokemon and some energies pokemon kid search POK mon one polka gear to search for the top seven cards. You can see if there's a supporter you've also got one POKEMON catcher to try to even the playing field by grabbing like something that they have on their bench that they're trying to save. Okay okay. This is where the deck comes into focus. Where you've got three professors research. Yes it says discard your hand dress having cards okay. And that's kind of like the main focus. That's why there's such a heavy Line of that supporter so you discard a hand. No matter how many cards you have it. Yep So if you haven't one card in hand you discard and you still get get seven back and if you have zero your distress concurrent okay. There's what three of those okay Then you also have to switch and eighteen fire energies like you said. Yeah so all. In all the the basic focus is to get energies in the discard absorb them with nine tales or Senate race and just swing hard right. Ohka and if you if you don't have those guys setup or like can't get them out you Kinda can stall with like pseudo. Yudo you can solve with GRANDPA and you can stall double sure. Why are there? More like scored bunnies in Volpe fixes and there are cinder races and nine tails so in structure deck. They don't typically have anything like a rare candy. Which allows you to go from score. Money Straight has senator as so they need. They need to make sure that the lines are smaller. Okay like going up the chain so you can have three volt pex to be guaranteed that you're you have one down. Gotch only two nine tales. Because chances are one of those folks is going to get knocked out before you have a chance to evolve. Okay realistically they should have four score bunnies to make sure that you like. That's the main pokemon you get out but right. I don't make these structure. Dex So sure. I don't get to make that call. Honestly I would have rather one score bunny. Plus and minus one fire energy so as a structure. I mean it's it. Set Up to be played as I mean theoretically right Yep but what. What changes would you make to a structure deck like this like again you? Are you allowed to? I mean it's a if it's in your physical hands you can make it a how everyone you can take out whatever you want you can put in everyone but if you're doing like a structure deck tournaments it has to be as right. Yes Yup okay. That's because that's what we're that's what we're doing on the twenty second restructured deck based tournament on the TC go ladder Just to make sure that the whole plainfield even okay But like would is this something that like some. Make it by one of these. Evan modify it and you know play in an actual tournament. Yes Yep so. What changes would you make to this specific based on what you know about it what you have in it if the whole goal is to get energies in the discard I'd up your professors researched. Four okay I would put in giant hirth that allows you to discard a card from your hand search for two fires and then instead of bead I would put in Welders and then I would take out Polka kid because you're drying cards with Well there so it's hard like looking at it in list form right like a had it in my mic spread out and be able to be like that card over flipped that one over I definitely think could survive with thirteen or fourteen energies. So you automatically increase your space by four. Okay so you can honestly you could probably make the Senate race line a like a three to three and then add two or three row candies Interesting okay it's like it's like that nine tells to like I. I don't know if I'd play that when I play the other one that leads lousy do discard to fired And then catcher anything you want right fire dex interesting. I like seeing a full deck in my hands. I like seeing the different strategy laid out kind of you know you've talked about all these different cards and what they're good for. You know one time it's IT'S GONNA learn so much but like seeing a full deck and what you would need to play a huge step in better understanding how to build a deck. Think yeah and like honestly my favorite thing right now is like I'm playing the Sabadell deck And can has the real the real boom right and it's like every time we fight. It's like I'm not weakness to him and he's weakness to me so it's like an it's like an even playing field right but sometimes I'll get out my Italian faster than it's like. I use my my first attack which is like forty damage in the night discarded card from his hand or something. I don't know I feel like it's it's I don't remember but it and then the other attacked has one hundred damage. It moves in energy from one of his pokemon back to his hands. So it's like it just destruction and And it's a lot of fun. It's just a structure deck. But it's like I'm having fun with just structured X. Which is unusual. But I do enjoy it. I like I. It's cool to open and see full deck in my hands so we're getting closer Adam. We're getting closer and closer luke. Let's take a break all right guys. Welcome back Josh Ginger. You break I did a nice and refreshing. It was so refreshing. It was like a sip of coffee to beautiful. I just got another one. You know because I had to sure of course in before we continue a little housekeeping This podcast is powered by Patriot. You can check out at Patriot dot com slash pokemon professor. We can support the show for as little as one dollar a month. That one dollars. Can I get you access to our patron exclusive discord which is fantastic place filled with fantastic people? And if patron isn't your thing there's some other ways you can help us out. If you're listening to us on Youtube you can subscribe to the channel. Hit the notification bell. And if you're listening via podcasts. Service like apple podcasts. Stitcher you can take a moment to leave us a review and then also if you're picking up cards go go to our our page Then certain 'cause you can help us out by buying cards from T. CD PLAYER DOT COM. Yeah just use our links in the description. Easy you buying cards when they might as well Help us out as well right. And they've got such great prices. I go to bed putting stuff in my car and just seeing like how cheap all this and I'm like I don't know if I should buy a pack because that P Coup v card is like a dollar fifty like why would I spend four dollars on a pack when I could just either Visa Card that I don't have But that we won't get into that that's a bad habit that I'm in. Yeah turns into some pre orders all right but moving on. We have got the car of the week. Cindy's V. Max. From rebel clash pulled. Eighty six one ninety two. This thing is beautiful. Yes and it's not badly priced I think I just looked on t players around like four or five bucks so again. It's literally guaranteed it just by it and it really does. It's like that hard dilemma. Like I love opening pack. But it's like I just by right instead of wasting twenty dollars four different bags but pulling it feels so good. Yeah I know it does. It really does so dopamine man. That's what it's all about all right. So Cinderella Cinder as V. You'll get the name crackly. One of these Cinder Cinder Dance Cinderella. I can't I can't. I don't know Cinderella's V. Max yes it has three hundred and twenty points It evolves from as V to fire tight. Obviously it is got a to energy. Attack called counter to one firewall. Coa DOES THIRTY DAMAGE. Not so good. Wait a minute. It says if this POK MON was damaged by attack during opponents last. Turn this attack. Does that much more damage? Wait have you. Don't one shot me uh-huh I can almost guarantee that I'm GonNa one shot you so it's thirty plus whatever damage you took last time. Yes so if you hit me for fifty I'm doing a eighty damage to you duns. Oh done if you've hit me for a hundred I'm doing a hundred and thirty back crazy. Net okay so that doesn't seem like too good but then you've got Max. Pyro ball does a hundred and seventy year points. Acta POKEMON is now burned again. Doesn't seem that great but you take the burn damage. Brings it up to one. Ninety time St Week to water to given yeah to the retreat cost so not too bad. Yeah but here's some cards. That will what do you think of this card so far so far. It's a very intriguing. I it's a big hitter If you could get out of course and Man Like just that countermove alone is seems like it's worth it especially in something with such high point right it will. We'll get into that. Does the second cat but There's there's some other cards that really make this this card a little bit brighter again. And the first one is big charm. It's a tool card and the POKEMON that attached to get thirty extra. Hit points interesting okay. So if you can't do three hundred fifty damage your one shot you. And that's a big deal now and then then you've also got Well a volcano park. Okay to stadium from Dragging Majesty it still informat right now so it's still in play It says basically the YOU'RE BURNT POK MON like. They stay burnt regardless of the flip out day. So that one seventy turns into one ninety NETFLIX. Leave that out to ten. A lot of e cards. Have that to ten. Hit POINT MARKER. So definitely a good car to have sure and then how. How can you make that even more useful and broken burning scarf? It's a tool card in. It says if this if the Pokemon this heart is attached to his damage from attack the attacker Pokemon is now burned. So you attack me I counter and your burn any end. While a volcano you take more damage can get double burned. No I wish you can get burned in poisoned but double burn. Okay okay no second. I guess if you had some sick burn after you said the attack name right. He were like Oh man. That's a sick burn. Yeah if you could come up with some funny joke make sick burn then you can have a double burn but as far as like game playing rules there is no double bird in the game just to. We're all correct guy. Play by the rules This week Hardman. Yeah and so. I don't know I I've seen it do well. In Japan I've seen some lists from Japan Just a heavy focus on the fact that it can counter US counter. That's what I'm trying to get can use counter just like stay alive and then you just you play cards. Like Mallon launch. Like he'll it. Yeah because they don't WanNa do enough damage where they can get knocked out. But if they're not doing that then you just keep healing yourself switching out right vehicle addition to a fire deck. Yes it would. You only have one of those in your decorate which one V. Max. No you can have four. It's a different name than Syndrome as yes you can have four of Senator as you know. Four of you can have a four score. Ninety four reboot force. Injuries can have four cinder as V. You can have four centuries feedbacks. Hello fired get those nine tells volpe's out of their just history cinder DHEC. It's a Senate race to the FINISH WE GO ASK. Bernie you know Coleman at. You're not doing. Any sick. Burns are a cook art. Thank you for the the the tutorial on cigarettes V. Max. You're Oso very welcome. I hope it didn't give you a hot foot. Yeah just play this deck. You'll have You just need a lucky rabbit's foot news good to go. I don't know if that's a bad no matter. No you're August. It's make sure it's like a fake rabbit's foot not real. 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The Light is Going Out

Poetry Off The Shelf

45:26 min | 4 months ago

The Light is Going Out

"This is poetry off the shelf. I'm hill another shot today. The light is going out if you happen to be born in poland. Mid twentieth century like ski was there was no escaping history. I there was a war. Which for poland meant three different occupations. Soviets not his soviets again when the war ended in nineteen forty-five skis. Polish hometown became ukraine. Polish families like his were kicked out because back any day now his father kept saying. Don't worry but then never been when he was in his twenty s zagorski co wrote. The manifesto of the dissident writers group nova follow or new wave and his books were banned. This was all very serious stuff but at the same time. Zagajewski longed for something simpler. She wanted to write poems about the beauty of this world. The song of a black bird. The sound of rain bells the kind words of a neighbor my entire education as a writer he once wrote an essay strove to free me from the caprices and grimaces of history. A march twenty first the first day of spring. Adam zagajewski died. I talked to his longtime translator. Dr clare cavanagh. If you've read any of the great polish contemporary poets. He's far more sketches for me. Wash in english. You've read her work. She agreed to speak to me only a few days after she got the news of adams. Excuse passing do you have everything you need to have some water. You have like a book near you with some of adam's poems what i've done today 'cause i've just been feeling so sad. I what i did. Is i cleared off all my teaching supplies and just put all my atom books by my my hand instead of all my teaching baloney so i have everything right here. That's lovely yeah How many books are those. Oh gosh you know. I don't even know 'cause it's it's polish additions and english editions. And i probably have some duplicates in here. It's just it's a. It's a full shelf. I bit translating and actually for twenty six years. I figured it out. Only i went back and did the math after he died. It's such an unbelievably long time. i mean especially. it's translating poetry. Seems to me like one of the most intimate ways into someone's mind. I mean mind hearts and olive it it. It's really true it's mind and heart at it's also aeko at insecurity and the whole nine yards and then also we got to be like really really good friends which is another thing. That's hard ours He was just somebody we could. We did talk all the time but we could talk about just about anything you know now so you didn't just talk shop. My gosh now. We just talked about all kinds of stuff and we used to go out to lunch. Krakow go to dinner and chicago and you know we just. I just spent a lot of time hanging around with them and plus a million events but we always kind of hung out and he was just the best company on the planet. He was so funny. Oh really 'cause we. We used to email longer emails. His emails millsap more haiku ish and also some of his emails were nagging me because always behind But it was like family though. You know it's like we can just switch out gimme a break. You know you don't have anything else to do What am i. Joke ceased to because he always like the thing he wanted for. Whatever reading was doing is his old poems. That was yesterday's papers. He'd just written something new and he'd sake claire. Can you translate we. We talk english. If you're in the states impulsion poland but Better since six keep it any claire. Had you translate this three days for my reading. I just see you do. And i said i don't like having my crap out there in public any more than you do you know you just don't want my said to this is like i'm the mom and the daughter is saying bomb. Can you show me a new dust for the promised saturday. I just can't you. He thought that stuff was really funny and tease our second reading we ever did. I was sitting in the audience. We haven't got used to him reading my translations yet. We've still been translating couple years. And we have ad. He stopped in the middle of the reading and said i don't know who's poems. I'm reading are they mine. are they. Claire i sense her thinking i would read that line a little differently out in the audience my back i because it's exactly what i was feeling. This is so weird. I've been working on these things by myself and suddenly he's reading then later in the same tour. I think we did new hampshire boston. He was reading a poem. That's called the the title is english. How high the moon and he stopped in the reading he said how high the moon the title is in english. Why do i pay her. You don't you don't you. Was whatever running jokes. As i get paid about five and a half cents per word. I said i'm not getting paid for punctuation. You're going to have to start writing like e e cummings. I'm sorry it's just. We really kind of got along that way. He knew i took the poems. Totally seriously They couldn't do one in three days. Yeah exactly yeah is. Think back about You know to those early days. Do you feel like you translate adams poems very differently today than you did. Then it's funny. I keep thinking my feeling is always. Oh my gosh. I finally gotten a little better at this. You know it could have been very. I finally know how to do it but it turns out every time you start a new poem or start something else you have to learn all over again at the first version is the one that you want to destroy your glad you have a computer and you can just trash it so in that first version. What do you do. I mean do you just try to be as literal as possible. Or what is that first version. There's no one model. I don't try to do it literally except if i get stuck because i remember again. This is a time when adamant i were doing everything. Together and helen inventor was in the audience. An i admitted i said i don't read the poem through before a start translating and she gasped and i guess too i said i know i'm trained as a scholar. I think it's appalling. The -nology for me is always like. I have several other things i used to do before i found out i was not ever going to be pretty good at one. Was i played piano violin. I never sat there. And said i get a read chopin's waltzes from beginning to end and then i'll start practicing cassia. You just start working on it and you. Sometimes something is working and you don't know why and you know there's the right word is out there somewhere and it's just not coming there and you have to kind of feel your way into it and if i did it literally i i would hate it because part of doing this. I'm trying to listen to the rhythm of the line and look at where the line breaks our it s a look like the same poem on the page. My dream goal which does not always work is to finish some version of the palm in the first day. That doesn't make me wanna puke. It's very technical on something that might just does not make me absolutely cringe and that just go back to it and go back and sometimes and this is where adam would get impatient. You just have to let you know. It's it spread. It has to rise. You have to feel like it's had enough time. And maybe the word comes to you or the the idiom that you were looking for or this you use four words and you can get it down to two. You have to do a lot of compression because polish grammar so different and polish city. Everything is so different that trying to avoid word ignace is a huge thing so being literal sometimes i adam knew of this he was totally okay with it but sometimes i would deviate from the literal sense because it made it sound so much better i wanted to keep it the poem sound good and they should sound good in english and sometimes if something is singular in polish i make it plural just because i can avoid having the which would call the line Messages thing beth. Ah but that's a liberty take yep at. He knew what liberty site took and sometimes i also made mistakes and he didn't catch them which made me furious. One time i made a mistake and he said oh. I didn't care i kind of liked it. I said you can't just kind. He wasn't like a. Oh what's the word. He wasn't a poetic micromanager. All was because he he was so productive. Which is something really miss. Because i felt like. I could always rely on having a book. I was two years overdue. On his adam was he was in the middle of writing a bunch of new poems right when he and i have two of them on my desk right now that i was working on before he got sick and an haven't been looking at them these past few days or or is that this is the first day. I talked to polish newsweek. They wanted an interview like the day after he died. But i know how they think about him in poland and they're they're so wrong and i had to kind of get out there and they really everybody knew he was as great international success and they resented the hell out of it and there was kind of cliche of atom of what adam sick. Afc is that had nothing to do either with the poetry or what. He was as a person because it's so much easier to think in cliches. They did it with me wash to they still do and shimbu sky so much easier to just reduce if you have somebody who's super successful in poland which means every person ever wrote a poem resents you If you made a reputation outside poland and then there were political reasons. Why all three of them got you know. They were not good to use the cliche polish catholics. They didn't toe the line. And so i had. I felt like i had to get in there. And i made the guy said it back to me to authorize and he'd put in a lot of the cliches that i hadn't said so back we wrote a paragraph so that he would get it right because he was talking about adam being arrogant and all high culture and it's a waiting not read the poems to say this is what is i have skied us. We don't have to bother anymore and it's nonsense is nonsense. I learned a lot about literary politics from translating all these working on these people. This is so unfortunate that you have to learn that too. You know that that this poem that you love so much is kind of like a canvas that other people can project. All sorts of their own grudges onto a national grudges because god that's a country with issues And at the two people. I was told this by someone. Well i won't mention the name because we're gossiping. But she said somebody who is in the know who really knew polish cultural politics. She said the two people. The government hates the most of writers are olga to cut. You can ski. Because they're famous ad. They don't like the regime. Outspoken about they they were showing up. For protests they were add with olga takhar cheek. They had to come around and now it makes me really angry because i'm following the press. Suddenly the polish government loves atom. of course he's dead. It's okay now. So they're giving him the the full honors which of keep deserved. It's going to be a big event you know. I be zoomed most of it. But it'll there you know totally. Yeah you already mentioned his great international success and so are interested in that especially the fame that befell him. Yeah america after publication of try to praise the mutilated worlds in the new yorker. After nine eleven and of course adamant written this palm i think click a year and a half before but really blew up then and found this. I'm nationwide resonance. And so i'm wondering what you remember about that moment You know him being all of a sudden this national symbol well in america. I think he loved getting that famous. I think it was. It's a little hard. When you you get to be one palm. Yeah it was also really odd. 'cause i mean that was a mistake in my translation. That was when he didn't correct what was the mistake. I know exactly what happened kaz. I remember he used to type his poems back. Then on a typewriter and scan them and send them to me and they'd be a little bit blurry at this one. It should have been drops of rosie wine. And that's what it is in the book for. And i put drops of wine of do because rosa looks like that's really. The preposition will case form of the word for do and there was a crease. There was a blur and i thought. Okay that must be where the oh was supposed to be the preposition. Oh wow when did you find that out after it was already published in the new yorker. Yes and adam said he thought about it but didn't tell me because he said i he said this is her. He's so funny. I i thought what is this a picnic dom at and then he said but then i kind of liked it. Just don't do that. Don't you can't just kind of like it or not tell because i felt like i was going to get license revoked every out. This is what i loved about working on him so much as he has such just enchanting similarities and i see one of his siblings and always one of adam's symbolize But i could also track how in what things stayed the same what things changed and feel like i had to figure out a slightly different voice because atoms voice ah change and also knowing what poets voice sounds like it will be weird. I haven't worked on that many poets. I haven't actually heard knowing how they read. And you can kind of hear their voice and and you know adams voice. I know really really well. I'm really can miss it. Especially because he just he had the best laugh. What was his reading voice. Like what can you say about the way that he would read as on poems. What would he bring to it. What he did at this was that the guy at polish week was trying to prod me about is people could think he was aloof or are grandiloquent or something like that is readings or arrogant because he had a very specific reading style bread really nicely but he took reading the poems really seriously and it showed it was only if he was in a comfortable audience. And they're doing question and answer and stuff like that then you would. He would have relaxed but he was an introvert. And it's it's much. He was a very sociable introvert and he moderated his whole life around making sure he had enough. You know down time Add the having a persona to use. When you're you're reading may that part you know smoother for him. Yeah of course. Well i'm i'm also wondering about something else about that poem because You know a few decades. Four adam had broken with this This political dissidents movement nova follow wave because he was just not so interested in anymore. And doing this you know. Collective trauma saying he wanted to move towards the lyric. I and like personal memories and all of that and so did he feel a little queasy about all of a sudden being this bard of the nine eleven trauma. I think i don't know if it made him feel strange being so public like that. But the thing i love about that poem is as private as it can possibly be. And that's what made it resonate. He talked later about how written it when he was going back to. What was roof for him. That's that'll off. Now it's vif. The city's name chess changed so many times of the last hundred years for political reasons why he'd gone back for the first time i think to where he was born but they were deported. Basically going back there at seeing all the depredations at history of taken on that part of the world so is written about a personal journey backwards. But there's no place that you can go to that hasn't been sort of infiltrated By history Yeah and so. How do you keep loving the world with this happens and the way you do it as i you know remembering these little moments you know. It's telling you to remember the things that that are yours. That are yours alone. You know because the executioners are always going to be out there remember and the whole poem is about how hard it is to do that. Yeah screw up here. The glide praise on the show the mutilated world up yet right appraise the mutilated world. Remember june's long days and wild strawberries. Drops of rose wine the nettles that methodically over grow the abandoned homesteads of exile. You must praise the mutilated world. You watch the stylish yachts and ships one of them had a long trip ahead of it while salty oblivion awaited others. you've seen the refugees going nowhere. You've heard the executioners sing joyfully you should praise the mutilated world. Remember the moments when we were together in a white room and the curtain fluttered return and thought to the concert. where music flared. You gathered acorns in the park. In autumn and leaves eddie dover the earth's scars praise the mutilated world and the grey feather a thrush lost and the gentle light that strays and vanishes and returns. You've overdose The other thing. I i've been starting to write notes about everything i remember. Oh god i heating that stage but one thing i learned from adam is i. That's why i learned the names of polish birds ad in poland. I would get so excited. Because he has about swift's around saint catherine's cathedral and i've seen the swiss. I know what they're like a now for me forever like the swiss are just amazing from from adams palms but that must be so beautiful. I mean i don't know how many people there are. Some people who know poems can walk around the world and you know something in the world will prompt a memory of upon that they know. But but i think you must just the reservoir f- poems that you have inside you must just be enormous from having translated them and that the two poets that i really really know the best of anybody who have changed the way i see the world are adamant swapan cimpor sky. It's it's not bad not bad if they are the ones who make glasses. That's good to look at the world. You know yeah. Ed they do. They changed the way you see everything but it right now so sad. 'cause i was walking around the botanic garden and i know adam would have been noticing everything and But the thing that shows in one poem after another after another is you're not going to be able to. I can't even remember the titles right now. I'm just one palm let me. He's he's talking about being on a vacation in greece or something like that and then remembers you know. The whole thing is kind of ecstatic. I wish i could find an just walk together yet. Let me see if i can find it. I'm looking in the polish surest. Because then i'll know what vattel said. Yeah and i just can't remember where anything is now and he also wrote the most beautiful elegies and my first thoughts when when he died his. I felt like he wrote them about friends. And i felt like my god ato. I need you to read the allergy for me. I need you to read thallady for me. 'cause i just i'm not a poet i only can do it if somebody else does it. I and and That see if i can find. Oh i can't find it now. I just but why don't you read the one that is called that day. Which is something that he wrote about when you hear about. The death of a friend is the one that you would like to read. I can treat that day. Scher that day that day. When word comes that someone closest died a fred or someone. We didn't know but admired from a distance. The first moment the first hours he or she has gone. It seems certain inescapable. maybe even irrefutable. We trust reluctantly. Whoever tells us heartbroken over the phone or maybe some announcer from a careless radio. But we can't believe it. Nothing on earth could convince us since he still hasn't died for us at all he she no longer is but hasn't yet vanished for good just the opposite he is so it seems at the strongest point of his existence. He grows though he is no more. He still speaks though. He's gone mute. He still prevails though he's lost lost a battle with what tie the body. But no it's not true has triumphed. He's achieved completion. Absolute completion he so complete so great so splendid. He no longer fits inside life. He shattered slice frail vessel. He towers over the living as if made from different substance the strongest bronze but at the same time. We begin to suspect were afraid. We guess we know that silence approaches and helped us grief thank you. I have one other poem i could read. That's a that is one of his new palms that was in honor of of salvage bosca at dedication wondering if we if we can to talk about this one for a second and then move onto the poem. That's more recent you know. Yeah sure yeah this this lion i thought is so gutting he she no longer is but hasn't yet vanished for good just the opposite he is so it seems at the strongest point of his existence he grows and then you know it goes on in that vein a little bit you know He's achieved completion absolute completion. He's so complete so great so splendid. He no longer fits inside life. He shatters lives frail vessel. And i was wondering if that resonates differently now. Now that you know it's it's about him Do you feel like for you he. He has grown the past week. He has but i'm not. I'm not settled on anything enough yet to be able to say but part of it just makes me angry. Because i feel like key would've enjoyed you know it sounds silly. He'd liked getting touching and you know he he recognized. I feel like it's going to be so it's wonderful. I know as like you know that. They're so pleased. And they all had different ways of showing it. Meanwhile she said just smile like a kid in a candy store if you said oh. Some student really loves that poem you know and and adam he always he you could tell he was pleased because he was trying really hard not to show it and so you know part of it is know. I feel angry with the polls. If you're like god he was just living right there. And now you're gonna make us And now everything i do for him is going to be something that i'm doing in his memory and not something where i can say. Translated the poem. Do you want to read it. You know and or you know it came out. And i got three letters telling me how much they loved it so for me. It's you know. I know there's all this stuff about the stages of grief but i feel like i just go through about five a day and because he would have kept great what it says about he still growing he would have kept growing. He was writing a new book and he still would have beaten adam and he was working on a little he and his wife for working on a a beautiful cottage in the country. And now that's not finish tight. That's the last picture of them is in front of what was then a horrible hovel in a beautiful location. You know all of that stuff and also turn szymborska has a bom about it. Called the classic everything human falls away and they turn into the name they turn it to. Someone who's been canonized and i don't want that. I mean i still have his most recent book. That i'm i'm working on. I feel like they. They have stuff to ease me. And i ended up being friends with a generation of poets. Were ten or twenty or thirty years older than me. And i i it now. It's too late for me to bomb on someone who might last a little longer. I kept do it but there's one here ruth. that's not that long. after this. I think worse ruth cheese energy for for a woman who was our neighbor humans charlotte and the line and i keep thinking at the end. This is what i think about adam. He worked at the very end. She was a good person. She had a soul. We seem to know what that means. What what do you think that that line from this whole poem stays with you. Because i liked it that he wrote. I liked it that he cared about whether people were good people and the reason he did that was because he was a good person and also because of the part about this whole because i always worry about their souls so well. I'm catholic of a specific brand. I'ma california catholic And i kept having explained to people in poland. It has nothing to do with polish catholicism. I'm kind of on the there's a social activism part of the church and then there's the the warble reactionaries in poland is. The church is really work at heart to become a theocracy. it's awful. Yeah but he knew about seoul's any thought about religion but it was pretty much it. I very few friends in poland tour practicing. Catholics is being practicing catholic. Being part of something that in so many ways is imporant in poland. yeah But he was like one of the most religious people i know you know spirituals to new agey spiritual means you kind of just have a day where you feel like oh i feel kinda solely although look at a flower of the. But he wasn't he read theology and read. You know he bit saints. Lives secret you know. He just thought about it all the time and he really took sole seriously and i just wonder where solas yeah because he seems so certain in this palm riot he he. There's no doubt in be sentences. Sh was a good person. She had a soul. Yeah we seem to know what that means. Little doubt at the end is just about our ability to express anything about it. Yeah and i liked it. He i mean the whole poem is is wonderful. Do you want to read it. Yeah sure i'd like to fish and may be miss remembering this. So i may be factually wrong here but i think reuss was one of the wimp people who lived in the building with them. If i'm remembering correctly and that he was paying attention to her all these people him the big snob and he has analogy to his barber. Maybe read that one. Because he wasn't just writing allergies to seek williams and joseph brodsky. And you're she. Would he paid attention. This is called mr voire. Ju on page eleven. Mr. what was a barber haircuts. Men's and women's on college street short and slight in one thing longing angling he liked to talk about the ways of fish. How drowsy they become in winter when the cold is biting murderous almighty how you must respect their sleep. They rest them lie in the dense. Water like clocks like rivals from another planet. They're different. Mr waku even represented poland once or twice angling. But something went wrong. I don't remember what too hot or maybe rain or low lying clouds by. The time he got to. The doctor was too late. Karolinska street didn't notice it departure. The tram shriek on the curve. The chestnuts bloom ecstatically each year. Yeah what that poem tells you is such. He listened to his barbara law any notice when his barber was gone. Yeah and there's also a capacious worldview and they're right at that. He notices that his barber is interested. In one thing only yangling. He liked to talk about the ways of fish. His barbara barbara. Because whatever you know he's living somehow yeah. I love that and that the way adam talks about the fish sufficient become a part of the poem and wet. His barber said in one form or another is now. You must respect their sleep and then this is the kind of part where i always used to just adam love to when i did i say oh my god an atom similarly like cox. They lie there in the dense water like clocks. Just what does it mean it. So wonderful and there was another poem in here with one of his last poems. It's a beautiful poem. And now i have to finish translating it for him in a bookstore about how he's lost his copy of the new testament in this study and it helps for me. I know what is studied. Looked like and i could see perfectly. Well how you would lose your books in there. Can you describe it for me. Oh gosh i. I said atom. I really want to see your study. I would hear all this stuff about a study. I would be translating descriptions so he we sat and had a long talking to study one time and it made my study look like oh my gosh like i was the most anal retentive person on the planet it was stuff. Everywhere and his study was part of a they. They bought two apartments in the building. They were in when they lifted and the other they worked in his wife did therapy sessions and also her artwork in part of it and he had part of it is a study and the last time i was in the study. They still had the old kitchen there. But it was being taken over you know. The books were just piling up everywhere in the kitchen and he sent me a poem earlier. And i wrote back and said adam this. Tom is so lovely and when he wrote back when he sent me the next one. These are like my last emails from him. He wrote claire. Here's another air. Quotes lovely poem for you and i told him i wrote it back and said i love the bookstore poem because now apart from anything else i know. I'm not the only person who buys a second copy is the first one is buried. I just can't find a beautiful. I mean please. Whenever i fussed over which i did a lot. I'll miss. Yeah yeah. I want to know and i don't know if this is a fair question to ask But you said that the two poets who shaped you most are of vis viva szymborska and adam And i just wonder if you sometimes regret having specialized in living poets Because they die not a bit. I feel like i. I wouldn't have missed this world. I feel so lucky No gosh no this. I feel like. I just stumbled into all of this. And i feel like i just lucked out incredibly. You know. it's so much better to to have known them. I mean i would not miss knowing those two people for anything on the planet. Is there something that i didn't ask. They just remember her door that you want me to know or anything like that. Oh i can't think of anything now. okay yeah. I did never read the poem to szymborska on us to this. When nobody's heard it yet. And adam gave the translation the thumbs up that we are is that the last translation that yeah. I don't send them to him. Unless i feel like they're pretty much done and this one to me a long time So you know. I hope yeah okay in. It's beautiful. i think it's called the calling of saint matthew. And it's based on the caravaggio painting in italy so this whole pawn he barged szymborska's thing of just voices. You're just eavesdropping someplace. And you transcribe it. And it's also. I knew about this because i was in italy with adam. Actually you and i knew it from being in italy here at event is to see a painting in a church you have to have the right quyen and it will light up for a few minutes and then you need to feed the meter again to see the hunting. So that's what the home is about. the calling of saint matthew look at his hand his palm like a pianist. But that old guy can't see a thing. What next paying a church mom. My headaches sharply individual human figures. Keep it down please. We can't focus the coins on the table. How much are they worse. His operations just three weeks away. I say silver definitely silver but pure lord how lovely to adorn the contour chapel. Which one is matthew. The young guy who the old we almost got robbed in the subway today. Two generations of european artists took it as their model look. There's a cross in the window. The light went out again. The wall on the left is so black. Like the world's end have you got another euro or fifty cents. Can't be the young guy. They're closing soon hurry up. He saw man collecting taxes. How much are these paintings insured for. Jesus isn't shadow but his face is light. I'm leaving now wait outside. Why don't they have a guard. They lived in semi darkness and suddenly their slight. It's going out. Adams gave scheme was the author of many many books of poetry. Among those and english translation by clare cavanaugh are mysticism for beginners which came out in nineteen ninety nine without end new and selected poems from two thousand and three eternal enemies from two thousand fourteen unseen hand two thousand eleven and asymmetry from two thousand eighteen. He also wrote five essay collections. Adams like a ski received a guggenheim fellowship. An order in the legion donor. The highest french order of merit as well as neustadt international prize for literature considered a great predictor of the nobel prize for which he was frequently nominated during his lifetime and taught at the universities of krecko houston and chicago. He died in krecko a march twenty. First he was seventy-five clare. Cavanagh is an acclaimed translator of contemporary polish poetry. Her translations include the works of atoms goski fee suave szymborska inches off me. Wash her version of atoms. I gave skis. Matry from two thousand. Eighteen received the herald langdon prize for translation from the academy of american poets and that same year merican academy of arts and letters award in literature. She's also scholar and literary critic her book lyric poetry and modern politics. Russia poland and the west has won the two thousand ten national book critics circle award for criticism. She's been awarded fellowships from the national endowment for the humanities and the guggenheim memorial foundation. She's a professor of slavic and comparative literary studies at northwestern university and is currently at work on an authorized biography of czeslaw. Me wash to find out more. Check out the poetry foundation website. The music in this episode is by todd sicker fools. I'm healing road. And this was poetry off the shelf. Thank you for listening.

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New Beginnings

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New Beginnings

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This week's Adam Schefter podcasts were focused on new beginnings. We begin with the new Bengals head coach Zack Taylor takes over the Cincinnati head coaching job at the age of thirty five will also sit down to talk with Andrei snowing. The ESPN NBA fat C basketball writer, which is my new obsession fantasy basketball, and we'll take your ask Adam questions and as we sat down to record this podcast on Monday. We were greeted with the news that the Browns were interested in signing Kareem hunt, and literally as we were trying to confirm that they were the team that was about to sign him or interested in signing him the Browns sent out a memo that said the Browns of sign Kareem hunt. So literally as we're sitting down to record with Andre snowing and try to confirm the news that the Browns are going to go ahead and sign Kareem hunt. The Browns themselves. Cbs confirmed. The news though, we would prefer that they waited a little bit for he SPN to get out the news. It didn't happen that way. And so the Browns are the team that gives Kareem hunt the chance really they take on the controversy and the potential PR headache that exists with signing a player who was captured on video pushing and shoving a woman last year in of all places Cleveland, but the Browns felt like there was a low risk investment to make your signing onto a one year contract and by signing him to a one year contract. They now control his rights for at least the next two seasons. Because after the season, what becomes a restricted free agent and the Browns contender him if they want and then if they want after that if hunt plays well enough and basically saves his NFL career and his livelihood. They always could use their franchise tag on him. So basically by Sonning to a one year contract. They ensured the option of controlling hunts rights for seasons to come. And John Dorsey the Browns GM is the same GM who drafted hunt in Kansas City, the same GM who looked into his background back, then they know many of the troubles that hunt his head and has had to overcome many of his family members have had problems with the law are incarcerated as we speak. But the Browns wanted to give him the help that they feel like he deserves and he's been trying to help himself undergoing anger management classes and alcohol counseling since the chiefs released him in late November. And so the Browns now are busy taking a flyer with the news that broke Monday, just as we're about to tape with Andre snowing and you'll get to hear that interview without dre snowing coming up here in a short time. But first we're going to sit down with the new head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals whose team will be going up against Kareem hunt team for seasons. Two. Come in the AFC north. It's a new time in the north lots of change and at the forefront of that change in Cincinnati is the man sitting atop the coaching depth chart. Zack Taylor Zack. What's going on at him? Congratulations. Thank you. I appreciate that. So Zach this has been quite a whirlwind. Have you ever had a three week stretching your life where you go on to play or coaching the Super Bowl get named the head coach of the Bengals have to put together a staff while you're getting ready for the combine and adjusting to everything new that is in your life right now? I think it's safe to say that this is the first for me, you know, it has been a world experience. But I'm surrounded by people that were in L A, and that are here in Cincinnati. Tell me through the process, and so certainly been exciting. There's a lot of work ahead. I'm just taking one task at a time. And and get through the day that way, do you bother going to sleep at all Zak with all? There is to be done that is hard. You know, it's usually on all those and I think on Sunday night. I went. To bed at seven o'clock clubs at two days ago. I watch football game that's on TV. They met at seven. I woke up at eight forty five pm, and I was afraid that it was eight forty five eighty but allow through the whole night and in reality, I just slept for about an hour and a half. So I got a good night's sleep at outback at first, but I do know it is good to try to slow yourself down a little bit and catch up on sleep. And so that I've been talking about this. What is the biggest challenge when you arrive in Cincinnati and looked to basically put your imprint on that organization? Well, number one is building your staff. You gotta make sure it's it's the right people in the building that have our culture and our mission in mind and help the players us interests in mind, and that are going to be great teachers, great communicators, and like I said outside the box thinkers, and so I know that were the last team to make a higher another Columbine agencies right around the corner. But number one, we want to make sure that we have the right people in the building. And we don't wanna make any mistakes regards so willing. Into that process, and hopefully wraps up sooner rather than later. But, but that's that's been number one for before we get started here, and how much have you had a chance to sit down and watch tape and film of the Bengals roster. The personnel that you inherit. Not as much as I would have I so far. But I do, you know nightly that's kind of how it in my nights Rover morning is try to try to filter through some of these games and get to know where players because again, that's the no more priorities understanding who's on our Auster. And now, we're gonna valuate that regard sorts build relationships goes. So there's been a priority. Now that things have slowed down a little bit. You know, we can get done a little bit more would that. I want to Jack. I gotta ask you when you were interviewing for the Bengals job the word around the league that point in time was that this was the place that you and your wife, Sarah really wanted to wind up nine know that in two thousand sixteen you were the university of Cincinnati offensive coordinator, you spent some time in the city you familiar with it. But what was it about Cincinnati that drew you and your wife because a lot of times we hear a player say, oh, I want to play here or a coach sat once coach. When in fact, you really wanted to be back in Cincinnati. Why was that the people, you know, the mid western values? I oklahoma. She is going Green Bay. It was a little bit of a cookie. No Mets daughter. So we just felt like we connected with the people here at the university of Cincinnati didn't have much interaction with the Bengals gonna station, but just knew the people that were in the neighbor, the people we saw at the grocery store, and we just only felt the connection there. And I felt the same way my first interview when about with Brown family and Blackburn's get token that they fit that mold at the people that we had grown accustomed to and short time that we were here. They were the types of people that that we always felt we were closest to all the stops every tad. And so, you know, for us, we place a hundred priority on the people that will have the around that we work with you know, in order to get this thing done the right way. And so that was that went along ways for me, and for my wife, you know, support them our family's happy. And so I'm happy that it's all worked out for us. You brought up your wife, Sarah, who is for those who don't know the daughter of the former Packers. Hey, coach, Mike Sherman. What is the thing that you've? Learned from your father in law. Well, I've learned a lot. It's it's difficult to pinpoint one thing. You know, really voice that he just mean often is just be yourself. Don't try to be the coach that you think people expect you to be just be true to yourself. And it's got me this far, and it will continue to carry your heart away. Just seeing you know, the standards that he said I coaching staff is players, but disappointed that he's always had this programs. You know, and he's always trusted in. You know, I've always I've always felt an obligation as when you're father in small hires young ta techs Saint him that the perception is well, well, he just got hired because he's family. So you've always felt that there was some expectations. You need it to exceed in order to gain everybody's trust. And the same token once you try to see those expectations. You know, you gain the trust because he knows he knows. I'm not gonna go anywhere. I've got his best interest. And I want to see him succeed. So with that trust became a little bit more responsibility. That helps you celebrate coaching pass a little bit more than maybe. Would have done otherwise. And I don't people always have this perception of coaches, hiring their kids and families and all that. But oftentimes it works out the reverse. You know, you get guys that are that want wanna work harder because they wanna prove themselves, and they want to earn that trust. And they want continued grew quickly as a coach and that was my experience with my trim. That's what happened with you there. So that's what you've learned from your father in law. Mike sherman. What about what you've learned from two other men that you just left from the organization, you left with Sean McVay and Wade Phillips, what did you learn from them, well showing the way that he treated ever been doing, you know, he had a vision for person, you know, and you always felt you always felt that your opinion mattered. And so he was able to get the most others coaching staff because the way they interacted with them in the players on a daily basis, and with Wade Wade has of experience and at the same time he can relate to the point that he got more Twitter swag the gate, but on a soft, and they're so Wade Wade insist on the way to connect, you know, over the course of his career with the players. And so when you see a coach this demanding of his players is sound scheme. But he's found a wing connected. Get the most out of those guys that that combination from Sean Wade was something that was really fun to watch valuable organization. We bring up Sean, and he became the youngest coach ever to coach in a Super Bowl. And I think that he removed the stigma from hiring a young head coach you're now thirty five years old. What is say about the league giving young coaches the chance to be head men in their organizations? Well, you know, it's I can only speak for myself. You know, I can speak a little bit for some. But you know, we work or tails off, and and we have a good feel for the trends that are going around the league, we had a good understanding of the players go through, you know, this new generation of players technology has really pleased since is and the way that they think and the way that they act and so it's important to understand where they're coming from Minnesota. To to act like them, you know, but to understand what they go through and where technology's taking this game meetings and everything comes with it. And so I think I know that's been helpful for me. I notice been helpful for Sean can't speak for anybody young or old otherwise, but any of that that doesn't really help us get back to get the most of these players you talk about it being a new generation of players AC and in two thousand seven you went undrafted and you sign with Tampa. And we're cut that preseason. What is your lingering memory from your summer with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when you fail to make the roster. Gruden coaching this up in his quarterback meetings. You know, and and the way that he he made these plays come to life and the way that he presented various or what I saw from shawnee last two years, you know, that he engages the players. He makes it fun for you wanna guys to enjoy walking door with some day. And I saw that in camping Bruce up there. So how be I know first of all under rookie. I did when I was doing, you know, so you get a chance to see some guys that were truly professionals to cater bodies. And this was a job for them it. It's not college anymore. It wasn't. You don't sleep through me. You don't doing it that junk it goes to do. So there's my first taste of their professionalism. Balik my first taste of coach who could bring things device and make the beings fun and entertaining all the while getting the most value out of them getting out of their players. So he was a good experience for me as a prefix on. I was not there on. I don't know that I took a rep. But it was it was good that I got to say. I was in a case. I think I got to be quite honest. I got cut packing. My bag for training camp. I was so excited by just taking a gauge pitchers with my wife. Tampa. But you know, I'll probably start by the end of season, you know, and the next thing, you know, I'm getting call from one of the scallops that, hey, we've released it can you say that your point because I was literally sitting my bad to go to my playing. Well, and you know, the harsh reality that that fine fell crew's coming to it before it even started. And that's exactly how it played out. Life comes at you fast. And now you'll have to deliver some of those same messages this summer, and perhaps it'll give you a unique perspective as you sit down to tell these young men that some of the dreams that they had will not come to fruition. I guess you're right. And you know, I've dealt with that position before were always preferred type of commerce, the does that I don't relationships with grin close with and and they're not easy conversations to have. But as long as there's clear, honest open communication about it in your on us as coach over consistent with coach him thing at the end of the day. Sometimes hard decisions have to date and. It's not fun. But it's just the way that this one goes Zach, I don't know how much saints had a chance to look around your division. But the AFC north seems to be in a bit of transition. We have the Brown's signing Karim onto the Steelers maybe moving on from Antonio Brown and levian bell. We have the Baltimore Ravens turning it over from Joe flacco to Lamar Jackson. What's your assessment of where the Bengals sit in relation to the rest of the AFC north. Well, I don't feel it's fair to make that especially yet because we still have on over there to get in the way, we want it. You know, we'll get a chance for all seasons. Looking at those teams have division of it's exciting notice. There's young talent better town than here. So you know, it'll be it'll be a challenge for us. There's a lot of hard working, but it will certainly be some fun battle school forward. I know that there's there's plenty town on this roster and food coaches so four to sort out a little bit get a chance to study what they're doing his act. I wanna thank you. You very much for the time today. Get back to the whirlwind of activity putting together a staff getting together your plans for the upcoming free agent period. And really appreciate you taking the time today. Thanks a lot. I don't think. So let's consider the secret life of the innermost nesting doll living, most of her life in the dock inside the other nesting Dole's. She has plenty of time to think if we could sadly, she has no brain, however, when an in a most nesting dole, his the geiko not only saves people money, but also has been providing great service for over seventy five years. She thinks it's obvious. You should switch because. Yes. Switching to Geico is a no brainer pitchy in a most nesting Dollond her lot in life. Or an Andrei here we are headed into the all star break a little bit of NBA action left this week. And I have to tell you that NBA fantasy truly has become my hobby. I know some guys play golf some people like to play poker some people like to garden some people like to click cars some people like click baseball cards. My hobby is NBA fancy, and you're the guru there. Thank you for that. Oh, yeah. No. It was my hobby too. That's actually how I became the what you call me the guru. Yes. You know, it was a hobby, and I played it to the acidity of anything else. And the next thing, you know, I kind of learned enough about it to to start telling other people. So what were you doing that you left what you were doing to become this NBA fancy expert? Well, yes, this time about a year ago. I was a a fulltime biomedical engineer. I was a narrow electro physiologist that means that I would record and stimulate in the brain to try to figure out what's going on with different maladies. How does somebody go from being that? Well, a few things, you know, when when I went to grad school at the university of Michigan. I don't know if you've heard yes, you know, I went for biomedical engineering. That's that's been my training. But when I got there, I still had a little bit athletic eligibility left. So sports was always my secondary passion, and when I ran out of eligibility. I kind of had a whole there. And like we mentioned before fantasy basketball became a hobby, and I really got into it. And I got into it enough that I started writing about it. And that was pretty good at the writing. And it just kind of grew from there. Do you still dabble in your former career we ever go back to that? Former career does anything about your former career still interested entice you? Yeah. I mean, it was it was my life's work. Right. So yeah, it obviously I've still got passion for it. You know, I still keep my my fingers in the journals and the research to kind of keep up with what's going on. And there are places where these two worlds intersect, right? Like, I was a neurophysiologist. And I mean, you work in the NFL, obviously, you know, T concussion. That's that's a huge research area. And it's an area that, you know, the pay attention to I could keep my feet a little bit in both worlds. So. Who knows what the future holds? But I'll always be a biomedical engineer tonight die just like I'll always be a sports writer today as your being neural engineer. A biomedical engineer where you dabbling and fancy basketball during your day job like as you're trying to figure out something brilliant something much more meaningful than fancy basketball. You're you're playing around with fancy basketball where every so often, you know, you have to be able to the whole point of a pastime is to take your mind off of what you're doing. Yeah. So at the time, I couldn't tell my bosses that. I might be looking at my basketball team during the break. But but yeah, I mean basketball fantasy football. I would certainly at night was when I did most of my writing. But I mean there there may have been a time or two when you could catch me at my desk, if you snuck up on me, and I might have a sports window open. Now, I'm sure there are not a lot of neural engineers out there who aspire to be a fancy football or basketball writer, but what would you say to somebody doing? Some sort of day job that is spires to do something in another field, particularly the sports field. Yeah. I mean, there's this old expression that you find the job that you want and you start doing it before anybody hires you start doing it. So when I first started giving fantasy advice. It was essentially for free. You know, I did it. So I could have access to some websites and things of that nature. But I did it. I practiced it and I got good at it. And so if someone wants to get involved in something like this without quitting their day job. That's the first thing. I would do is start writing start writing every day. You know, if you can find a company that will let you right? That's great before I came here. I started Mon MBA blog, and that's actually where the attention came from the brought me here. So so, yeah, if you want to be a writer you have to right. Okay. So we've just completed basically the first half of the NBA season. Yes. What has most surprise you from fantasy perspective from fantasy perspective? I think before you at you online hundred sure 'cause I have one. But yeah, go ahead. Mine has been the sudden impact of Luca Doncic. Okay. In dallas. He has become I think a guy that has worked his way into potentially the first round of the draft next year. He's a triple double waiting to happen. He in a way, I think is almost a refined Bill Simmons. He's a refund benefit of this guy is very very happy to hear that Ben Simmons. Ben Simmons yen. He's just a huge fancy pl-. Great player. Right. And I never liked when the hawks traded on draft night. And I think he's asserted himself since then. Yeah. Definitely. And it's interesting with Dante in particular. Rookies in particular Don-Shik is probably he's going to win the rookie of the year. Right. But in the points points-based leagues, he's still behind the Andre Eytan. You know, so dodgy in a row league. Yes, is is ability to touch every category is huge. But in the points base league, you know, eight minutes still producing more volume. So I think maybe the larger point is just how impactful these young players are having right off the bat like already as rookie in real life there there as you said approaching high round fantasy status for your to. Well, Eytan was the number one pick the number two pick. It was more of him Bagley. What a Marston right Sunday night against Phoenix. And you know, just trade for more and Bagley in the ESPN immoral. That'd be me. Andre trade. I trade it so bonus and Williams from New Orleans for bad bit. What do you think that trade? I think that you might have made a really good move at a really good time. I wrote a rookie article on ESPN fantasy a couple of weeks ago. And it was really it was looking at last year's rookies in how people always say rookies get better as the year goes along, but I wanted to quantify it. So I really looked at at the top ten or fifteen rookies over the years and the the pattern was very similar. They would do good the first couple of months and then dip a little bit in January and February and then finished the year really strong. So getting in on a Marvin Bagley or Jaren Jackson junior. I think this is the perfect time for it. I got two rookies on my team. I got Marvin Bagley. I've got Kevin ware. Tough from. Yes. Hey, you know, what he is? He's a small mini growing Klay Thompson. Yeah. I can see that's a that's a great analogy. And he's rea. Really under the radar. He was he was starting to heat up. I would say December January, and then he got hurt and he was out for a little while. And it kind of reset, you know, reset them for a little bit. But now he's right back to twenty five points without really breaking a sweat. I've roster him for over a week. Now, I'm not going to release him. And I'm somebody that has made more moves in Mali than anybody. Because that guy what I've noticed so far he's very efficient. Doesn't miss a lot of shots makes his free throws get some rebounds, some systems steel does a little bit of every threes everything. Yup. And you know, going back to your question before about things, this apprise me one of them is just how ubiquitous the three point shot has become in the NBA this year. And it makes guys like worth a into really valuable commodities guys that can make the three but still keep your officiency and not hurt you in other areas. So tell me now as we head into the second half of the season. What are a few fantasy basketball storylines that we should be watching out for? Yes. One is the outcome of all of these traits that just happened. This is one of the busiest trade deadline's I've ever seen, and I was working on my article that was going out today is taking me an extra hour because I had to change the team's next to felt like half of the NBA. So I'm gonna be really watching players like Dennis Smith junior who I thought we break out this year. And then he was struggling in Dallas. Now, he's on a new team with the Knicks and he had back to back huge games this weekend. Can't he become consistent with that? What happens with the got to bioterrorist? He was the man in L A. He's not going to be on the ball like that anymore. But we'll still be able to produce impact fantasy stats for Philadelphia. So the trades and the and then all of the guys that got traded and then got cut and they're now free agents where are they going to go? And will they be able to? Either match their old fantasy impact at their new locations. Or will they're going to a new location impact someone on those teams and lower their value. So there's just there's so much food for free agency in fantasy basketball the in trades until your own trade deadline based on what happened in the real trade deadline last week. Is there a guy out there that you would recommend having on your roster? If he's gettable claimable off the wire to have for a second half of this fancy basketball season. Yes. But that that's really going to depend on your league. Right. You know, how how deep your league how shallow you league is. But I mentioned innocent of junior in my top one fifty rankings. He had fallen out of them as of the Knicks rate. He was well into the one eighty s and so in a lot of leagues he was available, and he's won the Knicks which is supposed to be a glamour team, but they're not in or they say having been so therefore some people still haven't paid attention to him. I would really like to have him on my teams because I feel like he's going to do. Well in the second half, not a great field goal percentage shooter. No, he's not. But again, everything that we say about fantasy we have to kind of preface with the there's two main types of ways to play there's road, there's points. And so when it comes to the rankings and the rest of the year rankings. I do I do the points base. So that's kind of my default mindset. So on a league based on volume a guy like Dennis Smith and. You mentioned earlier the other half of the lucrative trade. Trae young is someone who's quietly been stepping it up volume wise, and and so people that really got sick of him because he had his rookie shooting slump either he might be available cheap for trade or he might even be on some waiver wires, I actually young in my roster at one point earlier this year. I traded trae young for Willie Cauley Stein who I then turned into sabinas who are then turned into. Marvin Bagley Marvin Bagley. Yes. So basically trae young became more of in Bagley for me. Yeah. And you know, what listening to you talk about your teams and listening to that sequence of events. If I didn't already know you I would say that you're someone that really likes to make trade fair assessment. Listen on my team this year. I have traded for Lowery marketing, Nurik, Yokich DR. In FOX Marvin Bagley I have made more trades than anybody in my league. I've made more waiver claims or not waiver claims but pickups than any team in the ESPN world league. Oh, I've made ninety nine moves this year. I love it actually one person. Matthew, berry has made more than one hundred and ten of her guy. Yeah. He's the only one that has made more but nobody's made more traits. Nobody's made more moves other than Matthew. And I. Not even close not even close. So let me ask you a question sight unseen. What we're where do you rank in your league? I'm in first place in one of the divisions. I have an eighty nine and sixty two and two record. I have a seven game lead on Mike and bury our producer in the west division of the NBA will remake and right now, I am poised to make the playoffs. I'm the defending NBA champ would love to try to repeat my team is Jamal Maury JJ Rettig. Lebron James Markkanen nourish where to Lavertu Yokich Zubac go bare angles, FOX Bagley and Dinwiddie are. Oh, yeah. And a couple of you guys you mentioned just came back. Right, right. I had Levert on IRS stashing and waiting for him all year. So even before you you went through the detailer told me that you were in in I knew division. Yeah. That doesn't remotely surprise me. Because of the fact that you're through active like, that's there's almost a direct correlation between activity. And how good someone is especially a fantasy basketball when it comes to trades the person that makes the most trades in the league is almost always one of the contenders. Because when two teams make a trade, no matter which side, you say, oh that guy got the better end of it both teens tend to get better with respect to everybody else is. So if you're always the guy that's making the trade that means that more than likely your team is the one getting better more often than everyone else is and that can be nothing. But good. Yeah. I I love draft deals and all that stuff like that. And in fact, I picked up back today. I'm just curious. Would you recommend down the stretch? Ivanka's you back or Ivan. Rob that's a great question. I would say evoked Zubak because I feel like he's got more upside in less competition. If that makes sense, I haven't Ribe he still has to deal with balloons at some point. In Valencia is only what twenty six years old, and he's still got another year left on his contract. So they've let rap continue to start. But I feel like there's a Volker there waiting for him. Where's the clippers? Don't have another pure center of that caliber, in my opinion. All right this week Andre. I don't know if you know I am returning to the NBA sidelines. I'm getting to do the rockets at timber wolves very excited to be going to Minnesota in February. Destination and few things in life that bring people more excitement than going to Minnesota in mid February. What is your assessment of what James harden is doing this year? So far, I think what James Horan's doing is. Absolutely amazing. And it's interesting to me as I kind of get the pulse of how he's been responded to in the media. A lot of people push back that will the way he's playing doesn't scale up to a championship. And I don't really know that I agree with that for the simple fact that he showed last year that he doesn't have to play this way. So the fact that he's able to transition on the fly due to injuries and had this amazing run to me just says he's playing at a really high level, and I guess stylistically the rockets hope he doesn't have to continue that because that won't lead to anything. But the fact that he can do it. And he has that in his back pocket is one of the bigger storylines. For the season to me. Well, Andrei neural Engineering's loss is ESPN fancy basketball's gain. We welcome you to ESPN. We're happy to have you this PIN? And I thank you for the time that you gave the Adam Schefter podcast that thank you very much for that. Andre. Thanks for having me. It was the bo-. My pleasure at me back. At a mosque scout scout. We should ask Adam. And we always welcome your ask Adam questions another edition of ask Adam on this week's Adam Schefter podcast. And Josh, what are you round up this week rounded up some good voicemails, Adam? But let me tell you the phone lines were burning up into Great Lakes region. A lot of calls from the mid west as you could hope that means I know what that means. What does it mean at them? Lots of Kareem hunt questions. Yes. In the first one. We of course, talked about Kareem hunt to lead off the podcast, but one Cleveland Browns fan wants to take it to the next level. Let's see where this one goes. Hey, you doing Adam Darren Ashley longtime fan Cleveland, Ohio. Just went to ask with the Browns new signing of Kareem hunt. Does that make us the best team in the AFC? Well, thanks for the question. Darren I appreciate it. Let's keep in mind that hunts can have a lengthy suspension coming, and I would guess that when the NFL hands it down that's going to be ten twelve games somewhere. In that vicinity. So the chances are he's not even going to be a factor for a good part of the two thousand nineteen season saying that the Browns are on the upswing, they have accumulated a lot of good young talent. It's a team that is on the rise. I'm not ready to say they're the best team in the AFC. Not when Tom Brady and Bill Belichick still reside in that conference. We never ever say that anybody's ever better than the patriots as long as Brady and Belichick around but the browser headed in the right direction. And if you're a Cleveland Browns fan Darren that's all you can ask at this point in time. They're headed in the right direction adamant and no disrespect, but they were seven and nine last year. I mean, not only the patriots. But what about the chiefs? What about even the colts the Texans? The chargers what about your own division? Steelers ravens? And I think a lot of people especially with the Steelers might think that that Pittsburgh is on the downswing and Cleveland on the upswing. I'll give you that. But man, I don't care if the Browns had Jim Brown in the backfield, much less Kareem hunt. I don't think they're the best team. In the AFC. I mean, what do you think there are a playoff team next year? Adam I didn't have a real chance to go to the plus look choose up every year. Josh. And I would just say that I liked the Browns chances of going. I'm not ready to say they're going, but I like the chance of going which in February. That's all you could ask. Absolutely. So we'll keep the AFC north theme. Going talk some Browns talk to Zach Taylor earlier in the show, and we have a voice mail. Wondering about Taylor's new team the Bengals, hey, this is mad from Columbus, Ohio. Check and see what you think about it Murray Kidd going to Cincinnati think it'd be kind of cool him and Mayfield going after each other for about ten years, both Oklahoma kids Cincinnati needs to do something up the grid. It may have to move up. But I think it'd be kinda cool mad. I like these suggestion. It's very interesting. The question would be will he even be around when the Bengals pick and. Again, I think that's going to be one of the great questions of this draft is where column or goes who decides to gamble on him. But he's electric, and it makes a lot of sense for the Bengals right? If you are in a division with Lamar Jackson and Baker Mayfield. And Ben Rothlisberger. Who's gonna play you figure at least Cup more years? You might need a jolt and Eidos. It's been a good quarterback for a long time. But they have not been able to take the next leap. And now they have a new coach in there and a new coach my one is on quarterback. So we're going to see how that one works out that Bengals suggestion Matt I like that. I think it's very interesting. And I think that will be a team to watch in April. Yeah. It's not crazy in the Bengals right now on the eleventh overall pick. Yeah. And it's certainly not out of the question that that Murray would be there. I've seen him linked not only to the Bengals. But also to the dolphins who as of right now are slotted at thirteenth overall. So they'd be behind the Bengals. So theoretically, he'd be there for the taking for Cincinnati at number. Eleven and of course, if you want more draft knowledge, you can always download and subscribe to the first draft podcast with Mel kiper junior and Todd mcshay. How's that for a plug out? Josh. There you go. There you go. Let's keep it in the AFC north. I mentioned we were getting a bunch of calls from the midwest. Here's one wants to know about the Steelers. Hey, Adam wherein in cavalier. My question is is there any possibility any hope it all that's healers can keep lady on and AB somehow we get it going and keep the team together. And keep it the hope to laugher seven. What are the eyes of both of them saying Pittsburgh? Well, that I don't think the odds of both staying or very good. But I don't think it's out of the question either not likely, but not out of the question and keep in mind on living on Bill Steelers may wind up using their transition tag on him. And if they put the transition tag on Levy on Bill that means that they would have the chance. To match any offer sheet that he signed with another team. And the real question will be how much is another team willing to pay him last year. The Steelers were willing to pay him. It was somewhere around seventy million dollars. It was like a fifteen million dollar year average. Do we think that some teams can offer him more than fifteen million after this past year or less? I would say less, and so if the Steelers have the right to match offer sheet that turns out to be less than what they were offering them. Maybe they go ahead and do sign levian Bill. That would certainly be interesting, particularly if you're gonna move on from 'Antonio Brown. Maybe you wanna keep Levy on Bill now again, some of these domestic issues with Antonio Brown, really cloud the picture and make it murkier than ever before. I think that they want to trade him. I think he wants to be traded. The question is what is another team willing to give up for him right now with some of these questions hanging in the air. So I think that they're more apt to move on from Brown. I think they're likely to move on from Bill both back. No, one of them back potentially. Yeah. Enough of the AFC north Adam sick of it. See north with a question about the Minnesota Vikings. Hey, Adam this is Joel from springs. I miss it. A Viking fan serious onto things with the addition of Gary kubiak to the Vikings coaching staff. Do you believe that Mike Zimmer is indeed on the hot seat in that higher potential -i there in case they need to make a coaching change mid-season? Second question would be with her cousins performance during primetime games and sponging. Lackluster, do you believe that there's a level of concern now given the contract and lengthier type him in Minnesota court here? Great questions, Joel appreciate them. Thank you for them. And I would say this to you number one knowing Gary kubiak for an awful long time since nineteen ninety. He does not want to be a head coach again, he has no interest in being hey coach again. So I think every coach short of Bill Belichick or Sean McVeigh's always on the hot seat in the NFL. So if the Vikings had a terrible season would Mike Zimmer be on. Hoti? Yes. Do I think that they want Gary kubiak could take over maybe? So by Gary kubiak, does not wanna be a head coach. He's had some health issues in the past. He likes to run an offense. He does not want the burden of the whole organization. That's not something that interests him at this time in his life. Could they turn somebody else? Yeah. Always I guess, but I would not expect Gary kubiak to be the internet coach now watch him take over in November. If the Vikings are failing, right? The second part of that would be Kirk cousins. Are they concerned the struggles? Again, I'm going to go back to Gary kubiak, Gary kubiak, Mike Shanahan, very close. Mike Shanahan thinks the world of Kirk cousins thinks he's drew Brees two point. Oh, okay. So if Mike thinks that I can promise you that Gary believes in that at the very least. And I think that one of the reasons you go out and hire Gary is for his belief in Kirk cousins, I think he's belief matches. That of what the Vikings organization had a year ago when they paid Kirk cousins all the guaranteed money that they did. So I. That they believe that. They've got the right guy to work with Kirk cousins, he'll be better in his second year with Minnesota. And then that will prevent them from having to make a coaching change and ask our kubiak to become the interim head coach hope I answer all your questions there. Joel I was well done outta may answered to you gave them more than two answers. Well done. Thank you. So we've gotten questions from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, let's just hit on one more Great Lakes state before we get out of here. Good morning. My name is Omar Rodriguez from Houston, Texas, but question for you is what is your best memory of your time at the university of Michigan. Omar appreciate that. I would say that really everything was. But the thing that stands out was in my senior year in one thousand nine hundred nine. Michigan basketball team basically had to replace Bill Frieder it take coach on the eve of the NCAA tournament. And Michigan went in the first round and won its first two games, and my college buddies, and I drove from Ann Arbor to Lexington for the second round for the Sweet Sixteen when they beat North Carolina on Friday night and Virginia on Sunday afternoon to get to the final four and me and my buddies got online at the Atlantic office that Monday morning waited for final four tickets which were much easier to get back then much more affordable back then and we were able to buy funnel four things. I think it costs us a hundred dollars for the for the weekend. I mean, something very very modest compared to what it would be today. And we all got economy flights to Seattle and we flew to Seattle through Minnesota that week. And I'll never forget it. And we went to the Saturday game in which there were thirty three lead changes in the Michigan, Illinois. Game great game where Michigan beaten Illinois team that feature Kendall Gill and low Hamilton and Kenny battle and also it's a great guard, Nick Anderson and then on Monday night. Of course, Michigan won the national championship. Beating Seton Hall Romeo Robinson made the free throws. And the fact that your college could win the national championship in basketball in the final month that you're at school. It doesn't get much better than that. I say that I mean getting married and having kids that that obviously stands out on lice milestones. Put but winning a national championship in your senior year as a die hard sports fan is also right there and as much fun as ever had on back to back weekends in my entire life. What a basketball talk on today's. Talk today. Josh. And now about to go hop on a flight here to go to Minnesota to do the rockets and timber basketball. 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The A-Side Live Chat | Brian Ortega vs. The Korean Zombie, UFC Fight Island 5 fallout, Tony Ferguson, more

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The A-Side Live Chat | Brian Ortega vs. The Korean Zombie, UFC Fight Island 5 fallout, Tony Ferguson, more

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A lifestyle welcome everyone to another episode of the Side Live Chat I of course, you're suppose youngster. Dot Com. You may notice we are thirty five minutes later than usual and that is because. I was at UFC fight island six media day for whatever reason actually I know the reason. The fires were a little delayed Brian. Arteta just got out of bed. He's. On his trying to get a sleep schedule on right. So he's awake all night and he's sleeves all during the day basically. So he's on point come fight night. So he was basically half asleep at pull him out of bed green. Zombie had some issues with the translator not being around for his virtual me today but we all that squared away. You can all go watch those videos after the side, but we are here nonetheless and I'd set it a few times and I'll say it again, there's been a few names that I've wanted. To go on the east side I'm still checking off some people but I'm still of course in Abu Dhabi juicy fight islands six fight week on fight islands before the Brian Arteta careens Ambi- five, which still won't happen I'm not I'm not convinced because I believe in curses but the further do one of this this guest I'm very excited have on us. She's worked for kids short for Yahoo. I think she's working espn she's like the ballot tour events basically been everywhere and MMA may has been in UK. She also happens to be a movie star. Jay Morris to the show? Damn. I'm going to go with that maybe not trae, but we're going to say anyway. We'll talk about it later I'm sure but Casey's also here on the ones and twos a case you've met jade I think in the past but you've officially met again she's in the UK I'm an Abu Dhabi Casey is still up to good in Englewood but you guys know the drill you can ask any question you want I guarantee you will fire related solve a might not be fight related. We don't know the questions we are prepared for anything. So case without further do what is our first question? All right first question very important hot topic issue is is. Talking about guy talking about right now new get she's a new guest and I guarantee you. I know the question is. Yup that is the exact first thousand jade. This has nothing to do with fighting, but it is a tradition for new guests to answer this. And as you can see from Suzanne fights first things first what ice cream flavor jade pick I will set the scene in a war in a hypothetical world where you get a hand cannon attached to your arm and it can have one ice cream flavor to sail to solve world hunger. One flavor. For every person what flavor you pick and why And then have to go with chocolate just. Evelyn likes chocolate so you can't go wrong with that right? I would agree I would agree Pizza Carol was boring and picked Vanilla. I Remember Casey. What did you put yet but it's Actually I went. I think I went mint chocolate. Little chunks in it I would always say. Cookies and cream. Because I'm a big fan and then chain young and Brad Redel I asked this question before their fights on fight week and their answer. Blew me away said Neopolitan. That's chocolate. Vanilla strawberry all in one scoop. Go there's your answer. You get three flavors in one I. think that's correct. Answer. Casey. See I would've said so CARMO. Salt account are real good. Now you're thinking now you're thinking about it more. Yeah. See Co. everyone says the vanilla this and that there I think Neil Paulsen is my new correct answer is as soon as I as he said it is is he was like, yeah, that's the correct answer not going to answer that in more brands got it down like, yeah you're not wrong I think Brad's the smartest of us five there but thank you for the question Suzanne I, knew that question was coming on we started off. Regret. Yeah we ask every every new gas gets asked question most people's cookie door. Cookies and cream unless repeats Carol and it says. We just basically the potato of ice creams. All right. Let's go straight to the do comments from longtime commenter from Tristan Gordon. Longtime. Comment. After his after his win this past, Saturday who Edson Bar Bosa fight next two names that come to mind for me are Shane Burgos. Jeremy. Steven. So to set the scene Ed's embargoes, of course, got back into the win column on a three fight losing streak by remember correctly, he was all in one at featherweight. Now he is one and one featherweight he'd beat Europe's of Finland's own. McNamara. Connie pretty pretty decisively but still an exciting fighting on the less is officially back into the win column say we'd go back up to lightweight for the fight against Paul failed wants a high ranked I think laid out some ideas on our post fight show or wanted one of the shows I've talked about a jade will start with you. If you are booking Ed Zimbardo says next. Who Do you want to invite next? Jeremy Steven sounds good for Gina watching fi anyone just because he's so excited and every time UC Babe's fight you know it's going to be a war. So one is one of those is I wouldn't get onto a false It's great to see him back in the win column like silence of slate he has had quite radical losses. But it's hard to kind of put those losses against them because he is such an exciting fights at suits Yeah. I'd be half seen against anyone could shout Jeremy Stevens. I like this shame Burgos. Fight a lot to another guy that'd be mach. One Americana I just think that's a super violent high level striking match. Casey. If you're booking at jumbo's next fight. Who'd he wants to find? Well. Despite his technically being on three fight losing streak. Laugh Lexus up his his last two fights. especially versus felder anti-gay. absolutely gone his way. So and the level of competition we've talked about this before the level competition as Barboza fights at I think for the last over a decade, he's only flattened a level or just the highest level prospects or guys former title contenders everything. So just got set the stage I as in Bursa, is still doubt a just a level fighter, but who should he by next? Well, on Jeremy, Stevens is currently booked against Arnold Alan. So I wouldn't mind seeing the winner that face by. That was GONNA be my that was be my answer winner of. Gemstones I think would be a bang especially on fire island Arnold Alan of course can get down pretty easily Barboza's fought here before I, think they're like everyone in the top ten. The the top five I think you're pretty booked up Korean Zombie. Ortega. Vulcanology gets the winner that I think Holloway should fight cater and I don't WanNa take holly cater away from one another and I think Arnold Alan and Stevens the only ones left I think there seven, eight or eight nine. Josh. He's injured right now. Yeah Josh Simons knee is basically held together by duct tape right now. So I like the winner of Steven in Orlando or Shane Burgos buying jade thrown against anyone edsa my Bosa. Game Oh yeah you know and Tony Forgot actually city Yussef. They're actually original booking and they're they're both very similar ranked. Think He. The years have just been been kind of just he isn't doing any media. We have just seen him around anymore. So people kind of forgot about him but to the use of is a high level prospect and that was originally. I was originally booked and you said I've just had a passport issues. So Barbosa Lives Barboza lives in the states. Barboza wants a quick trip and the White Gut, and he's the gut is fine. He's healthy but getting a book and apex later this year so. Make It. Happen. Make it happen Did you do? Next question. Windows are messed up. It's fun. John John. Caveat on the comments section on the side John Jones and many hid from the NSA see drug testing drug testers. Are there any updates in Nevada athletic commission about this situation? So I'm sure all of you are aware that John Jones in Israel to Sonya going a little twitter argument back and forth somehow Israel out of signing Guy John Jones to confirm jail sentences long standing. Theories, rumor. Allegations that John Jones hid under the cage at Jackson Wing to avoid drug test John Jones apparently admitted it. But not he said not because the stereotype because he had just smoked a joint and thought it would pop for we'd. Alan's a blunt. It was blunt nine, one I want to plug this correctly saw but I have not finished reading it. There is a website I believe called Combat Combat Sports Law. So Combat Sports Law, dot, com they have apparently a very well researched and written article on the statute of limitations what the contracts would say this and that So I would recommend going to read that I'm not quite doing it. There's a lot of legal jargon that I'm not one hundred percent caught up to. But in terms of actual abuse from the Nevada admission I haven't heard any. We also have been able to talk to Dana white the last two weeks. So there's no way we can ask Dana White, but I'll just use it all use this question to jump off jade. What did you think when John Jones finally confirmed this long standing theory or room? I wasn't shocked in any way I was no doubt that it was true I just knew was true So it's quite funny that he's now come out with it. I'm quite surprised that he has. I'm surprised these now roll out But Yeah I do wonder why he's done it as well. Because if you've denied it long it does make me win the why now he's come out with it I'm not too sure but yeah, I wasn't I wasn't shocked at all that it was Soleil tear. Not Surprised at all I think I. Don't know what how is he pulled it off but I think John Jones just. I don't know why was going on why he would admit that. So publicly, Casey what did you think I know you're not a big fan of the back and forth is in John Jones I am not a big fan of the direction it has taken. But what did you think specifically about this situation right here. May I don't want to reuse reused tired catchphrase but man is he is living rent free in John's and genre right now I mean. Yeah more more by the I was just Kinda. I mean. It's one of those. It's one of the stories I heard. I heard I think I feel like I heard that story get decade ago but the whole hiding under the cage. Thing and I don't know. Because of such a rumor, I don't know John Ever had the. If anyone actually approached from a media standpoint did anyone ever? Actually. Tell actor Jonah by that publicly like in a press conference or anything or is it more of those kind of? Those rumors just Kinda. You know undertake it was jailed clearly started the rumor and I can't think off the top of my head if anyone has destroyed up at wonder I have no idea. So I was kind of guys the prize like why why he came out of that but I thought he voluntarily, itself is a little alarming. I was not doing steroids stoned guys like okay. Cool. Thank you sound fun to hang out with I. Guess Now just yeah. There's there's nothing going to happen in in it with the commission's or anything was it was a long time ago who maybe we'd still well. I think there is a ten year statute of limitations for because remember Vanderlei ran away from attest and he got a lifetime ban. So, if that is the case in house also, so I don't again I'm I don't know the ramifications I'm not reading this, but then the statue of limitations is ten years and I don't know how long ago that was. So I would really have to look into it more. I extremely, that was ten years ago hair in a body ages ago. Uninsured cable quite mentors. Terrible. All I'm sure it came up when Chelsea was in the UK and that must've been a good nine years ago when he made a joke about it. So, doing. Trying, think if it was because I'm sure it was around that time again, my memory so bad that I could be competed I while I'm sure that was around then they came up a car member. But it's been a it's it's easily been. Back that time. Anindya reveal that John John some house get suspended for we'd after we'd is become legal Like just thinking wouldn't be about weed I. Think would be running from the the test which would be the. Actual drug but did he take us according? To. According to the Nevada Athletic Commission four six, seven point five, seven, zero, five notes, fighters who with or without justification refuse or fail to submit the collection of a sample or specimen upon the request of the commission or representation or who otherwise evades the collection of a sample or commits an anti doping violation as subject to disciplinary action by the Commission and also goes into like if he does it a second time, it's this is the third time you could get a lifetime ban. So I think it wouldn't be about the weed I think it'd be about running away from the test. He's admitted it. Exactly. I'm Kinda. Wonder says right here right here once it's I thought it has a lengthy limitation. Your rats yes. All the US's anti-doping pros and they they retain jurisdiction for ten years. The section noted no anti doping violation proceeding so on and so forth. So basically ten years statue limitation but you are correct. Casey was Invest Athletic Commission so I don't know the exact details of all happened. And also mean nine to get into the technical they technicalities. But if if if the commission never actually approached him. Did, he actually run away from it. In in sense. Yeah. Like if they've showed up and he's like I'll be right back and then just disappeared or overnight or like maybe there are I I don't know the story. May. I'm always assume the story was they pulled up. In the he was inside the gym they pulled up outside it's almost like, hey. Hobos are here you know basically. In. One just gotTA scatters. But If it wasn't like actually formally approached. Did you actually officially run away? That's all. Your question. So it's John Jones man always in the news I love it. Guys. Guys Amazing. Anyway. What is our next question? Thank you. Google Kagan always a pleasure here from your comments section. I can't read his twitter handle. So your own. Harris Sam Harris Nine, nine, nine. Oh a long time commodore where does Buckley's knockout rank the best knockouts of all time personally I think it's top three. So I talked about this a little bit between the links. Below. Star with Jane before that all-star CNN, of course, walking Buckley scored on stunning had kicked. At the last year of C fight island card one of the single greatest knockouts I've ever seen in my life I don't know if it's the greatest it's it's top five four. Sure. But where does it rank in your list off top? You're heading greatest knockouts you have ever witnessed not just you've seen could be all of them. Too often thinking about this because it is hard to say I mean it. It was an incredible knockout say Stephanie Top free. for me because it depends on your facing it on. So if you're basing it on, it was just like a fluke or if it was something that was preplanned based on that game like what their strategy was. I've got Phil Wide Men was bake one just because that knockout with such a big moment UFC history. Of you know who Silva is so that one is a big walkmans top pray also have to say conor McGregor passengers although just because of the precision and the fact that he times that before he went into the cage. That one again. Also. You call mustard Alvez's aspirin so. Interests so hard. Isn't it? Because there's so many amazing knockouts site wedged you put it. At have to say yet but clearly. Definitely, top free just from how incredible it was on icon. See many people able to pull off a knockout like that. So for that alone, you have to put it in top fray so I have that long with Karma Greg I'm with Chris, wideman and then Yeah My. Claims full. I'm glad you brought up the wiedeman and connor knockouts because they might not be the most athletic but in terms of the ramifications of mixed martial arts world like those two are way up there. So is route highly homes on Ronda Rousey I think Gabriel Gonzaga's head kick on Cro cop was a big one mostly because he croaked crow But yeah, there's some pretty insane ones I was caged side and I know case was backstage. Murmur. Airs Ko Against Korean Zombie which to me is the greatest ever I put Buckley. Three. I'm trying to think MVP's on board where he broke his face was pretty brutal. Yeah. Yeah, and I was kid side for Lima knocking out MVP. Vows. Pretty. Unbelievable. Andersons front kick against an Batori obviously huge for the sport others there's a, there's a tonic I. Don't know how you can't Henderson's overhand. Biz Can on Biz being gone who's on over overeating but Casey, what are what are some that you can remember? Where would you put in your rank? I put a lot of weight into the stakes fight and who new the competitors are. In unfortunately for Bucky Bucky Buckley bucky. We're his friends, call him buckey luckily, and how his opponents last name I know Inca. Think. The point is in the sense that it was just a limb on essentially a just a regular fight night and unfortunately for that, it won't be it will it will never be the number one knockout. It's just too too low on the card, not enough stakes in it, but just pure athleticism. Good. Lord it could be the number one knockout. On pure athleticism just pure like holy shit moment you know but it's it's. Being, generous, I'll give it a top five but I I put knockouts like highly Rhonda Connor Auto be tour ball, put those above it because there were spectacular knockouts and they changed the sport they you know but was winning president, but this knockout though. I have friends. You know I have friends as a big story too. I have friends who do not care about Emma off and I love him for that and even then juicy even them they were they were like see. WanNa follow fighting on my and sorry it's on my instagram feed. Now I'm like what so did you see who tweeted about it today? Mr West Juicy who used that Kanye west use that video to release amuse release a saw. Yeah. Crazy. Does it get bigger? Anyone hit that level of mainstream from freelance KANU swinging about you I can't think of anyone that has ever done. That's only. that. Doesn't make for such a low level in a premium on. ESPN plus. The fact that it's it went it went mainstream that is super impressive and Yeah. tweeted in all caps mind you. The whole team is so energized that I had to release theme music. And then he loops the knockout and release music with. It's a new song that it's I. Don't I haven't listened to it yet I, just like the first couple of things he dropped us. So rapper and presidential candidate, Connie West dropped prize track late Tuesday night who spy Buckley's jaw dropping spinning kick. Those are our own Damon Martin's words. So shots him of course. But yeah, like honey West tweeting about that just reminds me of like remember Lady Gaga tweeted about Holly's knockout Emma Dick memorably onset used to show Rhonda clips at her concerts. Yeah. The do not don't be a bitch and. See tweeted about Vulcan Nas car if I remember correctly. So it's happened before but again, all those people were naming were championship fights and. Buckley was a pre limb and Connie was tweeting about him. So my God shot out to you young man even though he's probably older than me. So I'll say top five but I agree with jade and you that the stakes of those other knockouts just make those a little higher up on my list but I think the greatest. Dombi. Getting Kayode by higher. I think we're in agreement on that one too I. Yeah. Just. Yeah I remember that drive back from the arena we were like holy crap. What have we just see? And I try I tried the Elbow and the gym and like my dad can just can't spend that much is just insane like the spin kick that Buckley did it's not that is very difficult to do is just do it right then and just see it. That's that's uber impressive. Well, even if you watch that he like impact caught that same kick a few times before and then who is who has changed North cuts sister Mary to Raymond Daniels Raymond Daniels. That's spin that's Tornado Caveat Abella towards pretty unbelievable to me it was A. Glory Glory. No I thought that was the ballots are fighting fight. Those ballots are the where he jumped up and spun around and. The wanting to knock out. He actually did it to Ben but yes, he did it off the guy, the opponent's thigh rather than being held up. Yeah. That's also not forget. Corey. San. Hagan had a spin kick out later that night and early on that night jade, who's who got the KOA'S W I know you WANNA say. Way. You want about on that fight pods on the cod on the case w Kerr. McGee. Who got the big go out the other knock out that night. When What's his name again Scott, skin? Yes. Thousand other unbelievable car. Is, ask go in how to say his name. I WANNA keep on comedy Cannibal. Mets I met highly it's hard to say. Yeah. But yeah, it was a it was a switch care. That's what it was. All believable anyway. In, the first minute are. Yeah and I felt sorry for them as well. Because obviously that was such a huge knockout and then obviously. Like older knockouts that will happen in the year that night that called is just insane. So it kind of took away the shine firm I multiple. Yeah. That was an insane knockout. It'd be. Sports betting time COM provided the coverage fans need to with confidence every time find the best odds track trends and make smarter bets on all your favorite sports up your edge with tools that make it easy to find. 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Him and he wanted to watch the highlights before he went to the press conference like he was standing in front of the TV what faulk just happened, and then that's refunds like did you see that knock L. fires after the fights were all still talking about it backstage brought? We could talk about this for what was. The heavyweight Dekok the caucus caucus was great. Because he had a big knockout and then using Oh, hang when I went to. No Fifty K. though you just saw he's not. He's still one. He did he Yeah is there were four. jerky entrance to plus it's got to speak case WWLTV as he got a big win. On that cartoon. So big night, for case. Asset Drake astuteness say watch out for him because he. Had the honor of what Tim it case W., and he is just incredible. Is GonNa commended upon. Your mind's not non terms of his fighting saw but like is he came in with A. Solid resume before he joins the is four share. A prospect to watch is he is he a prospect or is at this point? Is he kind of years I think he is? He is very, he's still very young Ziyang okay. So even he admits he's like I don't have to get tossed. He's only like twenty, six, twenty, five. They don't have to get taught us like I and he laid out I WanNa get top twenty five and then top twenty then top fifteen like he doesn't want to just jump right up he gets it. He knows the Game Oh. Yeah I don't know very much about so I wasn't sure if he like Michael Chandler where they're coming in ready to go don't need to be. Fun. Story on if on Drake is real quick if you watch that he tried to. Enter the octagon for he got like vaseline and and everything. Got The basket. No. So at think everyone thought he was just excited and then I saw him after the next day was mark. Goddard was also there and apparently. drikus his loss in Kay's W Maher Goddard was the wrath that checked him before and when he saw Mark God. Nope not you and because he's superstitious I tried to walk into the. Had to get pulled back. So it was more of a superstitious. It was very funny. Mr God I thought was hilarious. He's like Oh. Yeah. I was the one that chuck and he's like I got knocked out. This is if they like we watch many fights that sometimes you have to try and remember like 'cause when you think about how many fight to watch tonight on the West. Memory have not been doing it forever. is almost say. The fight like six years not to set there and like do I am Jj post fight interview and I'm like did I. It's just that. I do that all the time. Like I've never seen this guy before I. Look at my hard drives literally interview this Guy Two Times. A memory is just shocking. Not Good. Then they're like day to literally with you with you a cage that. Yeah, you know what? Yeah store at the game anyway. All right. What is our next West because? We have the at one question and about him. They would Luke Gabor's Shemaya. Competitive fight all men. have. Not even thought about this fight. Essentially Lou gave her his Hamzat Shemaya. I think it'd be competitive still obviously favor since they locate is based on what we have seen but jade, what do you think of a possible of his Sunday Gate Comsumption Maya fight at welterweight. The Fun but isn't he colon out I'm sure he's just call it out. Nate Diaz knee he did. Is He's who is he? Offered Yeah. Supposedly. Yes exactly supposedly. wonderboy turned turned down at Welterweight Chris wideman turned him down at middleweight Liane, Edwards and interviewed I may fighting sad that Hamza has beat anyone yet. Case at. Media. Day said that he really respects Homs that's fighting skills. He's just not there yet. He's mostly just a name and he doesn't basically fight. It's risky fight. You don't WanNa be used to propel a prospect but if you beat them, what like what really happened? It's kind of like Corey Anderson Johnny Walker type thing yet, but the dare until Liverpool Zone. Said Homs. By get through Jack, I'll fight you and respond with rock and roll man. So Jade, what do you think of Darren seal offering to fight Homs that if he gets the which minute he has Jack Commands, which is very difficult. What do you think about that whole situation? I just think that visa excite in the build up to that would be hilarious. I mean darn. Just Larry's. You've seen his twists aries. It's the SCOUSE fan towel. Say the PUNTS yeah. I would love to see that five. Why would look at just look the same fight anybody because he's just so good I know see he wants to prove himself. Anything that fight will have with the US will if it did that would be oil them I find that quite to fight friend will I just think a lot fighters? Anaconda get it because he is he is still quite new. At the same time, he's GonNa be he's GonNa give any fighter problems so I can. FIGHT IS GONNA WANNA risk that and take that fight. So that's right. So that people like you know Darin Tale of that. Yeah I'll fight you. You know he decided anyone will I would like to see that fight against nick the ad at night the F. sorry within that'd be really good. I. Love It. I. Love I wa I. Honestly I. Agree With You. I just wanted to fight someone. Also. Let's not forget. Let's not forget. He hasn't like I welter ways supposedly his best white class I don't remember who we fought the first time. But it was a middleweight because it was late notice fight that he was in brave and then he came over to the UFC. So it was a middle eight because it was late notice and then he reads McKee who was a lightweight England's on if I remember correctly and he's a lightweight that jumped up to welterweight to fight. So homes I was finding a lightweight and then fights Gerald Mayor Shar who is a legitimate middleweight with a lot of fights and then he just destroyed him. So technically homes I had fought a welterweight and the you have C. yet. So Casey what I know you're a little tired of homes out. Maybe not tired the height, but you just want to see him fight. What do you think of this whole situation with? The you've seen needs to get him in that cage quickly because that was the only that was gimmick that was his whole gimmick is like he fights every fifteen minutes. That's you know he'll fight the first one night. Then he'll have a mill fight the last night of the night me I I was really bummed out. He wasn't on this. Of Filing cards like he could to me like he should've been on every single fight night versus just some you know some Owen two contenders series just put them in every single card like by the time the year ends he's like fifteen or something just I, mean. Just. GimMe Excel and I think that. If you're not gonNA give them like a name just get him out there and get them out there. But Yeah but. Of course I wanNA see him find anyone and I totally understand why these top top ranked Walter waits attorney him down because. Yeah. It just doesn't make sense to a guy like that not that. They're scared or anything it just doesn't make sense but. Yeah. These guys all go through like Islam chef is going through it right now after he lost RDA and no one wants to fight he's clearly one of the best language in the world but his ranking doesn't match. Then hubby went through the same thing for awhile where he basically it was up to cowboys be like y'all fights you I don't even know you that. happening, and then like a beef Vardi finally and tore through him in that kind of propelled him but these guys go through man. They they're broken English as part of their gimmick and they're they're not massive names in the US quite yet while Habib is now but it's second. Like I don't know if you watch Dan hookers podcast and he responded to Islam in some pretty aggressive words he's like let's take a look. He's like I'm coming up back to back fire the night form ince's main events five rounds against two of the top five welds lightweights in the world. And Islam mark has done fuck and you want me to go back to fight him on three days. No on two weeks notice and he goes what am I Santa Claus gets in the back to live and I was like you're not wrong. You're not wrong I totally understand that but. It's it's hard for these guys that are not going to get these fights. Yeah, and and so unless it promote unless they promoter Dina or whoever wants to throw some extra cash say Dan Hooker or someone like that or someone like a Leon? Edwards you know here's an extra hundred grand or two hundred grand up go backwards. You know you gotta make their price fighters. You know that's how they pay their bills. You gotta you gotTa make financially worth it to take that risk because right now you're is high risk lower award but what real quick what happened to the Maya fight the Maya officially turned back. I. Exactly I thought. Dana said Susan. We that was the whole time we book to fights, and then it happened I was at RJ tickets. Also I'll tell you this. Now, we'll find out tomorrow because option my of is doing A. His Own Media Day here on fight island after the Ortega Zombie stare down on the beach. So we'll find out for you tomorrow Casey. How about that? One thing I think is really kinda really need this whole pandemic era of enemy. You've see that think of the to one of the two two of the biggest stars that have come out of this no fight island you have see pandemic air have been. Shemaya. Of who still an unranked guy and Buckley who was basically a watch white middleweight journeyman. So these two kind of no, no name guys are now like the biggest names right now coming out of this is just not not not top fighters this. Guy's just active. Active such thing it's interesting. And just not very neat. Those. A long answer to of essential that we didn't talk about James. Or the launching pads Aswa Shmaya of as Mike Lisa? Keep. Paul's he always might might give keeps calling him has match. Also found out. Ages, friends, call him. Because his last name looks like cheese. Ability. Up Cheese homes or how does that my of new cardis conduit number. Lert give Ya. Oh, the answer James Jeez question. Yes. Yeah, really really absolutely off Yes. So. This question is from longtime you a longtime viewer. Ed Torino. So we'd have we don't have his name I. Wish I, I I. Don't I know he's not you can't hear him Jay ed who asked this question has one of the most soothing voices you'll ever hear and my voice will not do him. So it's yeah, it's on, but he is also the smartest human being I've ever met in my life. So all read it I guess how does Chancellor John's career change if elbow Mrs by just half an inch who's he fighting now? Instead of Ortega this is a fascinating question because we talked about Air Koa the Korean Zombie, which came with one second left in their five round fight one second if Korean Zombie doesn't rush forward. He wins that fight at he's keep probably gets the title shot honestly I truly believe if he had been. Probably. Already, he would have fond Matt's not Vulcan off or he would have fond Max instead of was Volkan honesty the next fight for him. For America I can't even Holloway. Holloway FOB portia between those two. Okay. But I think it was yeah, regardless. Yeah. So I think. Are Koreans army would have been the man to fight Max at featherweight then champion Max. You Got Kayode, and then he went on this tear again and now he's potentially one way. So jade. It Yard, Rigas Mrs or Green Zombie dozen rush forward or your elbow one second later. What does chance on Jones career look like in twenty twenty. I, agree with you I think he'd been fighting for the title the show The. I. Think we seeing I think we were at the scene to fights in that tab. I think were the scene by Holloway the CNN fight so Yeah it's such a shame. It's just like this line of anime so much is that. The slight dismiss steak miniscule of state can cost you. So badly, a can really throw you back down the down the rankings easily and. Yeah. So it is so annoyed thought thin I mean and look also. Yet, just not slightness stay and that's why enemies so deadly because like it's such an exciting spoke yet because you make one wrong points, you don't move your head the right way whatever is, and then I mean we against Wiedeman When each food fat kick and just roll. Yeah. About one thing and then that just you know. Carnival how many times he lost up to that by think. I'm trying remember some aheads but yet just sliding side that can really just knock you career back again. So I think he would have been. Hundred percent I think wiedeman neither wildland rockall. The been the same sense that by I've forgot like I haven't even thought about comparing those like. Why wiedeman doesn't though that spin he was losing already let's not forget that. But if he doesn't throw that Spinney back, we don't know what would happen but we did lost and rebel at the has. One win. If I'm not mistaken since then that was at the Kelvin knockout that you were at Casey. Alien I cal Kelvin he went omitting him always eating cabin. Joe. He he built. was his highest level went out to that, and then of course, get a lot of losses against highly. Ari He'd be Omar. But guess I level level fighters. Yeah. That was his last. You Know High Level One but I think the big difference with this with Crean zombies knockout. Round you know you got. We saw we call these. No you'd have to one mistake and the May I. Just go back to last week with Buckley of with his opponent Inka. INCA. All did was make half second hesitation. When he caught that foot gazillion catch output, you've got to throw it to the side real quick or you gotta rush. You got to change the. You can't just stand there. He just kind of caught it. and. He's just kind of stood there for half a second going. Oh, which I do next and that half second was enough Buckley to you know become a Kanye West music video. But bore. Zombie. Though differences I. Didn't even make a mistake in. Fact that he's such exciting fighter if I was one member remember yeah. You kind of give them a hug. It was like five seconds left. He's like all right. Come on. That's just that's just throw throw down for less five seconds. And zombies like, okay you know and that so he gets knocked out because he was trying to give the fans what they wanted. So it just kind of it sucks for Zombie. He just been kind of boring and just gone. Did you come you come at me? He Wins Zombie. Fight he fights I'm Holloway Vulcanology is just another city boxing guy like the land everything changes if he doesn't know try to please the fans but Nan yeah that's A. Yeah I I think Zombie would've fought Holloway and I don't know if he beats holloway but good Lord, I. WanNa see that fight at some point and once that fight went Holloway's still at his athletic crime. So. Actually, he has I would have to say, yes because I thought Holloway won the rematch so Yeah, it's just It's like magic. It's like we're talking about split seconds I. Remember when Dr Until Five Time Woodley Heats. He has that like jab into the pullback uppercut that always. Connects and it's like half a second between the JAB and the pullback uppercut entirely time. So perfectly that the second Dan still pulled back I really just went back and knocked him dead in the children with Dr showed got his black belt we have an an. Der Until eventually gets decapitated by Mazda, which then starts the Resurrection Torso Mayan. One one back again Madison Guaranty beat Woodley. We have gone the Mazda I'll return who knows. These are all questions that. That's the nesting may like I don't think there's any other sport where. Essentially you you lose because you have to make a mistake someone has to make someone has a screw up I. Someone has make a technical air. And Yeah it's just It's. It's a kind of awesome that way and it's not like boxing where you have the mandatory rematch is like Andrew as being Anthony Joshua automatically have to rematch data while they're loses Tyson very automatic rematch. So it's not like that in the AFC you lose you lose your move on. There's no like hey, leads like unless of course welcome ask holly because I was such a controversial decision by. Silly Sport. Let's it puts butts in seats. That's true. The question Ed. From the seaside prediction for Cyborg, let's not forget Baladora turns stateside. If I remember correctly a Chris Cyborg returns to the Act who's your? WHO's she fighting? Glencoe Glencoe Arlene Glencoe so case you'll start you because you cut ballots or you've covered a million ballots are fights. More than me. You've covered cyborg extensively in her strikeforce days too. So is is is it just a formality that we have an still after her fight I know. I I. I take this to this is a bit like shape Jingo versus Maya. Yes my acambis Shevchenko but I just don't see it. Linko can be Cyborg I just don't see. She's she's a tough talented gritty boxer. Mostly a boxer I feel like I've seen a couple of fights nothing nothing kind of blows me away about her she's obviously talented but Cyborg just blows you away when you see your fight so This should be a nice showcase championship fight for for and. Hopefully, It should be it should be exciting. One to watch will be exciting to watch I. Don't see you very mean opportunities for Keller to be cyborg though I just don't see her having that one punch power to really give to really make Cyborg go backwards like Amanda Nunez was able to or even some of the multi fights that cyborg has before. Jade. Same question is this a formality of an still for Cyborg, and if it is, is anyone on the ballot or roster in anyone give her a geologist featherweight. And scare case because I do too much about her opponents just from what I know about recyclable I just think I agree that it's a great showcase behalf There are not many people who have been able to sort of hand to have I mean like you mentioned what Nunez. Yeah. Just I think she's going to give a lot of women and the division a big problem So I just yeah I think I've just predict she's going to have a really great run over that I. Think it's going to be really tough for someone to try and take him out and you know the people have beaten Cyborg A. Vast fight is in the world so. Yeah I think I think Stibal does definitely gonNA take it I don't think she's GonNa have many problems. I think the name to give her is Kasim Gano if she gets through this. Cat's name. She's a super talented fighters. She's feather way right now or her loss to begin. Manson was a loss of fair and square loss but it was like a toast stab in the face and then like she thought she was GONNA lose her is Yeah, so it was it was. She Lost Square. It wasn't like my poker or anything, but it was just one of those freak knockout I mean I actually wasn't I poked technically toe-poked aren't illegal. It's just yeah. Oh, and when we can described it actually what she did interview maybe I was leaking. Yeah. It was you Mitchell's like this for like time she goes. She Goes I. Felt if I would move, my eyeball would have fallen out and I was like, okay. All right. She said that when we were both back saved Phoenix Carton. Fighter but yeah, you're not wrong. So I think has in Gaza fights gives it I I I believe Cyborg GonNa win I, give every opponent a one percent chance of winning unless you're BECO- fighting Ronda Rousey. I was pretty confident bench guy is not going to be Ronda Rousey I was also pretty confident connor was not going to be hubby. But I think. A pretty. Good luck. You just put you bet go hey and connor in the same category like that I like that. Wow. They both have five, thousand twenty. Okay. So this is all we're gonNA talk about Connor a quick but I'm interested who who did have a better chance against Habib or mayweather. while. It'd be. It I I, I agree too I think there was a if they bought a hundred times there's a chance caught on connor could win to. Yeah. I think mayweather. One Floyd Floyd winds one hundred on. Yeah. The one you might now he wears cool robe and everything you get a tripped and twisted his ankle on the way to the cage stirring you never know. So, we we got we got up to my question. We've got a connor question and they're good. cyborg oh we're talking about connor. It happened. My favorite I cut the name out so. This one for me Casey. Game. The name on accents I'm not sure he wrote this I can't as happens as happens with all Stack Division One thirty five is now becoming a bit of a log jam aside from San Mariah just fighting not a single member of the top ten as a fight book. What the Flying Fox going on site from Algernon how'd you match up the rest of the top ten? Edgar. Muna's Aldo cruiser Avera sons out. Also you don their font don't have fights either so Oddly enough yawn and Alamein are supposedly being targeted right now for the main event of the December card So they would know the Coleman event that would be the calm event and as mean answering would be the main event, which is fine Grass female fight of all time, and she is technically the highway class. Usually, the highway class is the main event featherweight would main event against bantamweight. So people playing that a female is female fights headland over male fight people complaining about that. Of course you know the drill. Yeah. Few guys know the drill. So anyway. I did a couples matchups I like I like Yang Alderman obviously gonNA. Happen. I think Stan Hagen dillashaw January. I, WanNa see Cruz, versus frank gator very badly. MARIAH's MILEM. Right has some. Muna's good. Josie Aldo your favorite bantamweight I, think Jimmy, river I think Jehovah wants to fight Jimmy River would ahead that one and then fought verse song. is a fun scrap for me to considering font and cody statement had be in statement and the Adang think fought a draw at some point but. Jade if you're booking this bantamweight division that has all the site in one of the most exciting divisions in the USA also. Let's not forget I believe in case accounting you're fighting. Soon. That's a scrap to I completely forgot about that. I think. That that the winter that somewhere. So quick and da She Lee is booked against cody stayman. That's correct. No No. Arab Divulge Deli. Jade. If you're this in credibly stacked Bantamweight Division. So what are you doing? I agree if he was going to bring into the show accepting, is he three months? Is it a car? Right after. Yeah. And then obviously some Hagen east got I ensure partly. So the saying hundred and eighty days but I don't know whether it's GonNa be the case you say so that fight would be awesome as their by light to see that. Obviously I'm so glad the Algebra finally got the fight less MC spin trying to fight the so long. So it's great that finally announced without fights actually gonna go ahead of this great scene Tanya Woods fights again, he's going to be a huge prospect in the UK so we do have some good fights coming up slowly but surely getting there than we do have some fights looked forward to. If we're. So we've talked about this before when Pizza Carol was here and he was absolutely in his losing his mind especially being over in Europe was it didn't it drive you crazy that they books nathaniel would in Rio Rancho like a month before USC London was happening. Yeah it was so annoying. So annoying as you guys know. I'm always by you as which is why copying addiction is because. Siam. What Tim fights dedication the you pay five. They're like fight cards for us. They saw like ten eleven o'clock. The main. Qods. Usually thoughts between one and three depending on where is usually frail thought three am so yeah, I like when we get some great UK fight, it's confer and then. You have a UK London card. It was a bit knowing especially when he's. That's maybe trains. He's. A limb by says, he he he walks out with the London flag and everything. So like how you're not gonNA put them there. Yeah exactly. Upset Oh. I'm glad you brought up the Times on because every time I tweet about the annoying times. Over here like I have to go to fights. Midnight two in the morning I know jade. Czar who is is obviously on twitter she's she's a twitter personality to Nile who still owes me chicken chicken parm pizza. Like fill the tweet me and they're like shut up man like I don't WanNa. Hear it like welcome to our life. Every week. Yeah, and that's what we do for weekend because I do. Like, Oh, you know what you do at the weekend I'm like I'm up at five in the morning light what to fight that's all I'm doing in the PJ supercopa say so yeah, that's how we found. Heavy drinking morning. You public. This is what I still some stone like during the old wrong and it really stressed out so you. To in teabag you put hot walked in and then you the milken. And then you take teeth out. There sugar but it's coffee I will have to shook. So usually when we get to about three and his when the coffee comes out, and then I'll start happened like coffee to keep me going by the correct way we have in English today. So you do you put the man with the bag still in. Just the Same So I have semi-skimmed belt. So you put obviously boil cal you've only been T-. Back in the cup polar in some people like to let it through for like five minutes I don't come that. Then you pull play dash should milkin and then say you know then you take teeth. No sugar. I can honestly say, I don't think I've ever had. I. Don't know I know I've never had a proper English the I drink my coffee straight black. Casing Went Casey where did you go? Casey what happened That might take. Ungodly. Again Ballad. Was Barking at the neighbors. So go get a dog. Do we do. We have any more questions you. Just. Came in specifically for jade. Oh. The yeah. you just use that one. Request. Has taught the a side question for jade. Morris are at Jane Morris. What is the biggest upcoming case W. card slash fight that can't be missed thanks to you, Casey and Jose good show. are their schedule kids W. fights happening right now I know they had the car but I don't know if there's I don't know off the top of my head if they have. Presently announced. I'm just GONNA. Clayton it because I do the next one is try I. Not. Hundred. percent. Show. I. I don't know. They just had the one. Yeah. I Hate K. as W. I. have to wake up at five in the morning to watch defy. and. So tired I gotta get my tea and Biscuit and the cream and the I duNNo. Number. We have case to be fifty six our. Remember. Is each. So yes, not is a good fight to watch. When is that? He's good. Easing credible. So He's been on all the cards. The I've been on it's. Kinda. Actually see the fight 'cause about one. This case W. do they have fights outside of Poland or just all over Europe? And yes, they have around. I think it's around six fights garrison. Thank. And they do like, whoa no to in London. Okay. I know they've done one in Croatian. I know they don't want to. Other than that. It's usually pollen in England, and then remember we interviewed. Martin Casey. WAS UC two thousand, nine fight week and he had laid out this plan of you want to do some cross promotion stuff with Bela Tor. He wanted at the time he wanted Ryan Bater to fight fill the freeze with I was. About I WANNA challenge gamut and I was like and now they're both you see Shockingly enough. He wanted to do some stuff with rise into which would have been awesome and then he wanted to go brink as wgn Chicago in. America, because there's a big Polish seen basically wanted to test. You wanted to cope Ramona show Chicago with Delatour to see if it would succeed but a course pandemic I, don't know how far along they got because he said I said I was like, what's the big hold up and he said money and I go? Yeah that makes sense. Though is huge because every time I've cooked event eight is hat out like fully patout like they in Poland they love that anime and I'm just having a look. So it doesn't say just fighting. someone's knock knock-on he's fighting. Yeah. So the fight call has like officially been announced yet from Watson's say. Well that's the no lawn. Abbey snark Saudi. is a fight to watching. I am looking his. Seventeen and three as a bunch of wins already in case W. has won and lost. The Case W. Chant has the he's The t the guy that be Dreyfus TKO day he's one one against drinks. About that. So if you ever hops over the UFC that trilogy by sitting right there. Well, it is well to way and I saw drikus. after his fight and how the hell do you did you ever may welterweight? He is massive. Yeah. Looks method next May they went into? Liked heels like this. Is Not very whether. Them. Always joking about hot. So I've been I've been I've been arena horizon shows and the live event. The live event is just spectacular. I've never been to Ks W. You have tell me what is like to be in their Rena for their other theatrics, lights and show, and they have in Poland for those shows. Is The coolest thing I have ever seen. So I was at a stage when they Bring them all up on the stage. Then you feel like the fire offense, the open ceremonies and things like that like again. Okay. They do like the full thing and I just run the sending a wall is saying since my very first one and I've never seen it before. So cool So I got introduced a now like I just looked that promotion and it was packed out like everyone was satisfied. It was really knowledgeable funds swelled like they really like. When he went to the ground there wasn't as much bay weighing. It was just people seem to get what was going on and the fight sweat and saying there was some terrifying knockouts that scene as well. Sputnik Winfield to freeze with fighting Arab So I was watching all these guys in the fights were just high level which is why paints Dubuche so life in Poland's measurable mission but it's so popular because fights on and the quality of the promotion is just incredible. Awesome and they've produced. What Donohoe vich camera of course. I assumed to burrow fought there. He's another Polish fighter. You'LL WANNA chemical caveat it so. For All these people Oh not in the AFC, they're not good like Manhattan. Fighters in the world and like I Casey shakes his head because the argument is ridiculous. I. Just. Like Michael Chandler Hopson people like all it's B league like. Or producer pit bulls, just unbelievable fighter and not about like just because Michael Channels pit bull has nothing to shake your head I still inside looking. I still can't get on my head when James Vick bought just engaged. And James. Whatever you fought in the minor leagues would've this is the big. The big boys fi here homer like, oh, don't say that man you don't see that James Dick. And it's like. The looking back on it, the two losses to will brooks little weird for my channel considering we saw a will brooks career kind of played out after that. But he lost fair and square both times still weird. It's still weird to think that he has two losses to will books. And then I think we'll be Ross Pearson and the nats it. Mubarak's probably on that unfortunate list of kind of biggest free agent flameouts I guess in the USA guys came over Sabari expectations in. yeah. Just didn't show up I'll put him up there and that listed like guys like hot deal. Yoki guys I thought Whigham Romney Yeah Lumbar guys I thought were going to be fighting for the title well Lombard. High as a believer in embassy Z., the UFC was because they pay him the money but guys I saw Lombard would have been great a welterweight but then once they got rid of the IV That Oh. Yeah dummy. Yeah. So. Key. What's James Seals a welterweight where a little over time case? Yeah we're. We're. We're our mark that we've got lots of more questions. So we do rapid-fire rapid fire. So based on Su he said Hat's Tokyo thought about that name in a long time that guy was like. Korean. Zombie was like the third best featherweight in Sengoku at the time and I and I think goes marlins Sandra and he okie were kind of the premier one Zombie was kind of in the middle. You know as far as the name over there. But yeah. I. Do. Oh can't REDAC-? About Tatiana Suarez Donald Swabs is taking out of the ranking by Nina wasn't do you think sets bad example also needs said I think Nina said she was coming back at flyweight seems like the end is playing theorist because he loved demand so much what are your thoughts? So jade, what are your thoughts on town Suarez being taken out of the rankings after laugh given that she has the win over Nina and Nina's still in the rankings. Yeah. I've I. Did I donated enough You have to so they she just got taken other rankings very recently, but both of their last. thirty eight. which was June twenty, nine hundred. I personally just because Tatiana has that really bad neck injury and she doesn't know when she's going to come back while Nina who just gave birth I think. Has told like once I get back in shape. I will be ready to go at thinks is just a more up we don't know the staunch mystery around south down his neck injury that chief could be out for another year and a half, and the is already working to get back. So I think that's The problem is as well on fast hands. I've had neck injuries friend Jitsu on mine still had slept like I'm still in physio now up to three years, and that's how long can take you out for I mean raise some units I was shocked at how quickly she came back to be honest she had a very bad neck injury So. It's hard. Isn't it? Like Yukon? Say Lots at The same time if Nina she has set they issues from back. I don't know it's hard because it's either really know. What is going on behind closed doors? What's been said in terms how long she could be back so she could have been told you might be able to fight for a few years. You just don't know Hog One. said. Unfortunate Situations I personally think towns the best Straw weight in the world when she's healthy. Rank rankings or fake. Yes they are. What's do dillashaw upon his return? His suspension is up less than three months. Does he get a title shot or fight novel tender flyweight or Band 'till? Not, flyway considering that caused this. Okay us as he took the PEO- trying to get down to fly away but I think me me and Casey all agree the sand Hagan fights and awesome fights make right. Yeah, I think that's what we're all in agreement and and I think the timelines about right for that too. I agree autumn sent because if he beats core then give him a shot no, one can complain. But you still will. Be More questions off the Ice Interesting Gordon. Michael Chandler talked about wanting to fight Tony Ferguson but he said that I fight down if that doesn't happen what do you think about Chandler versus Hooker I love it, Jim. Zan. Yeah that'd be an awesome sight I. Yeah I just WANNA see my China next thing isn't he? He's already out by Alan does not is going to be the replacement bowl is I. Don't think you Siri I. Don't know if you start yet but he'll be on standby in case something es in case something happens with state chain and Yeah it's been great to see him fight Kenny Fag. Assay that would've been such a good. But Yeah Sandham against a Kobe Bryant as well. Not Quite fun fight. I think Chandler versus any top five top seven top guy that's dot matters. That's all we WANNA see. I mean as much as I want to see Chandler in the cage. The Market Jeff fight just didn't do it for me even though. We're talking about is not Mark Jeff I. Just I just don't see that has like his first I had I get why people wanted to just because he's training partners with have even if you beat his trading partner that can set the plant, the seeds and this and that but I don't think the OC would have done that anyway. Yeah, Chandler Hooker or Chandler elders who I want. At an UC dern versus gender going man I. Think about this. So of course, McKenzie dern Gender Ova who is there two of the absolute best Jujitsu practitioners not just the female division but all the case you got all hyped up what do you think about this? Crap I absolutely love it I, think this is I think I'm. I love to be wrong but I'm shocked at the UFC book. This fight I'm shocked that McKinsey dern agreed to this fight 'cause I think gender but just a better all around mixed martial artist maybe an imperialist as you may be earned might win but I think generally is actually I think she's the dark horse in the straight division I I would not be surprised if we see Gender Oba by the end of twenty, twenty, one, binding four, the title I don't know if you'll be, I don't know if you'll win but I just think she's spectacular and yeah but I'm a big fan of Gender Gender Oba. A dream. Gray and I just think we haven't seen someone who can challenge Mackenzie on the ground. So that would be really interesting to say I think she. He'd spend like she's she's gained gaining momentum now. So I think this fight will be really good for highs long she wins she's GonNa prove such a big point. So I think. This is a great fight for both of them the show. Geno rankings are silly but I'm pretty sure they're thirteen fourteen in the ranking. So would make sense on paper I also I love this crap. Yeah. Kayla Harrison possibly leaving. After latest lawsuit against him, you guys think she goes over to Bella tour those at one fifty, five casing cheap is one, fifty five but I'm pretty confident with a little of your ads she. She's she's a big woman but I don't think I don't think I really don't look at it and see and think forty five is question for I think just because. I think just because she had opportunity five, fifty five why not but Obviously if the PF L. thing just dissolves. MELADOR. Yeah. Hope please sign Keta Harrison and UFC jus- get rid of your forty pounds vision put all the ladies ambulatory and it's it's it's. Just getting them all in one group. That's all WanNa see. At Okay I don't care where they where it is but Kayla Harrison versus cyborg is an awesome scrapped. I'm flipside. Brazil. is also awesome. Yeah both. Both either one. Awesome. Scrap awesome scrapped cyborg Nunez to. Imagine if they were still they were on the same promotion casing. Oh my God. It's GonNa. Haunt me forever. Much that would have been so. I was I was I didn't expect it to be the dominant full. I. Just I really thought it was gonNA. She's GonNa be challenged a lot more than that. I thought was going to be a real bucketful. So I was quite sure. Yeah I was quite surprised Zuber. I did that. Jeremy that article all the Brazilian fighters in like ninety percent of them picks cyber twin. Meaning but. I don't see I thought. The cyborgs opponent Glencoe, she talked about that by Cyber Brasilia's I thought she says, I mean which I believe to. He said dominant and it was dominance had ended quickly but it was because the way. CYBORG. Chose to fight like basie she made a coin flip fight. And I I really believe that if they had a full on trilogy, like it could have been has exciting has DC versus bay. If you just go in the first by you would think, oh, DC's going to beat steep a ninety, nine, one, hundred times look. Dominant victory this is. We talked about earlier one mistake and Cyborg made one strategic mistake is like, Oh, you punch me on punch you back harder and to me that was the only way. CYBORG WAS GONNA lose in that fashion was the let's just there's just throw hooks in hooks in. Look like. The same thing. Yeah. Like it's these fights that it's it's yeah. Like Ken gets destroyed in the first fight and just beats the soul at of Jd us in two and three. So yeah now rock. Suggesting cyborg rolls through Amana Nunez in a rematch I. Just think there's such high level fighters that you throw that you run your back. That's. I agree. Do Case, in a little time, we're all we're all friends here. It's just it is just talk about the big news of the day. Was the hold up on you on Sterling. Can All agree that see was probably waiting. For the outcome of Marlon Moraes. Corey. San Hagan if Marlin had one pretty spectacularly, they probably would have made it fight make Yon. Versus. Mores since they were pretty. They were supposed to finding Kasdan anyway and Marlin beat Aldo. So maybe they waiting for that but literally like a couple of days after the fight they announced We're in agreement right? Right Jay I. We're all agreement. Yeah, no hundred percent finding announced it because you know you see styling leach everyday is pushing for these fights. Since great to see that he's finally getting option today. Thank crucial. Good to say it's finally comments Parisian. Yeah, that's the only that's only that makes sense that the US was waiting for this. Martin Bay again and maybe just because they literally had a contract say, Hey, we can say the paperwork we don't have to hire lawyers making new contract. We have it right here we just got but title fight at the top maybe it was simple as that. We're all just trying to save. A little administration work but yeah San One through those. Matchmaking plans out the window and Yeah. So we got the fight am super excited and I'm actually I'm very excited. The UFC put the the ladies above him to. That's that's pretty cool. But yeah. Give them the shine. Yeah, they're gonNA fight. Violent. Questions Casey that only went a little. And that is it for another episode of the as side live chat here on I may find dot com. Thank sticking around. Thank you. For joining US thirty minutes late I know media went along by now that this stream is over. You can go watch all the interviews. I. Did at Media Day because they're great Brian Arteta was awesome. Korean zombies Reebok was stupid. Cyril gone didn't show up because it's fires off set out. So I think it was all around in pretty good media day just went along but of course, Jadon don't know if you know the drill but the drill is you are the guest of honor you get to you get the closing remarks to say plug comment talk about whatever you want before we sign off. Wow pressure. Russia Oh. Luck until staff. My closing comment. Yeah. Working on algae anything you want anything you're in the movie, right? Tell us about movie you're in. Yes. So I, was just in a short film which bucks a film called shadow box Adam, sick sites. It just won the audience at Film Awards Twenty. Twenty. which is really exciting. Absa hopefully, it will come out soon and you can see it but yeah, it's really fun and we actually we filmed it in. was actually like live boxing fight going on when we did it. So we actually had live boxing crowds, and literally in the interval, we filmed an entire like short film I'll may have like it was literally day we had to do is stiff time for when the main called sausage. So it was yeah, it was quite. Crazy to do while it was like it just came out. So great on this call wait excite I'll match up a real boxer in it as well. So he it was actually based on a true story and his Co. Kristof on July. So much way. So yeah, he's really really good saw can't wait. Casey is a movie star way Pat on the side. Movie Sir. I don't know biggies, Ben and movies I. Don't I don't know Shane House better movies and talk about it but they you so much jade I know we will have you back. I know maybe my will have you on between the length and you can challenge the reigning champion. Phoenix Carlos carnival in the future but for Jose. That is Casey that is jade. 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Michael Vick on Tua and the Biggest Hit of His Career. Plus: NFL Week 8 Awards.

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Michael Vick on Tua and the Biggest Hit of His Career. Plus: NFL Week 8 Awards.

"Okay almost halfway there. We have mike vick. Today will break down some of the action from the week and also the hardest hit story which was credible. Another guy hit them and we'll do a little life advice. This one's big big big big at the end of the show and nfl awards. Which i'm really excited about. But first today's episode of the ryen russillo podcast and the wringer podcast network is brought to you by state farm. Give great car and home insurance from state farm to surprisingly great. That's like drafting player. That becomes an all pro. The real deal if you check your state farm. I don't like drafting. We'll get to that second state. Farm agents provide personalized service. You can customize your insurance if your needs like gm putting together their very own roster. You need a team to support you. In state farms got a great one in addition agency award. Winning mobile app helps manage coverage pay bills file claims and more with a great price and even greater service state farm goes from strength to strength. Choose insurance that always brings. It's a game when you want the real deal like a good neighbor state farm. Is there okay awards. We have a few of them and our bill and tom rankings. Which i've already alluded to their bit. But my first award is the michelle beedle. I'm not gonna watch football award. And i'm gonna give that award to me because it dawned on me last night and everybody's a little screwed up in the extra. Did you see any jokes from people last night. Talking about how. He doesn't eat an extra hour as anybody used that yet. 'cause i may maybe i'll use it later. This week feels like nobody else. Did that all right. The reason given this award is because i realized once again the sunday night window another. Nfc east's battle. I'm boycotting nfc east games until one team has over five hundred and somebody was like. Hey you know are you watching nucci could but I'm not. I'm not and it was personal for me. I'll admit most of you. Hey look extra football football on. Everybody loves football. But i don't love the nfc east. I haven't for a long time. I did a pretty harsh rant about the giants being in prime time games as a cool they score twelve points. That's awesome But i'm not watching the nfc east until one team is over five hundred okay and then i said a texas somebody i go. Let me guess. Whence is gonna struggle ghanouchi going to maybe make a player to the broadcasters were oversell than wentzel makes play at the end and they'll probably win because dallas defense terrible but wentz isn't any good now either which starting to figure like. Is this guy just one year fluke. Guy like some of these other quarterbacks that argue about time because once just went from a no weapons. Let's see what happens to know. I actually just think he's bad. And i don't know if he's get freaked out. What if he's had one of those things where all of a sudden he just. He can't handle the fact that isn't that protection. And now it's like more in his head because it does happen. Some quarterbacks certainly not great ones great one's fight through it He physically i think was on the path to being a great well. I shouldn't even say that But he was gonna probably win the mvp and two thousand seventeen and the thing that i also figured out last year was that wentz people love him. That played the position. There's so many quarterback sort of defended whence because they see that. Wow moment that thing that he can do that very few other guys can do. And he doesn't do it enough to make up for all the terrible mistakes not feeling pressure making risky plays. That are just bad. So i was like once going to have some bad moments. You're going to be what the hell's going on here. Jalen hurts is going to be trending on twitter and then we'll have some play at the end where it actually works in the wind. But you're not gonna feel any better. I'm like why do i need to watch his game for three and a half hours or you're not going to happen and that's kinda close to what happened. Although the nucci sidearm clip that i saw a little bit later so i just realized i'm not watching this. Nfc east and. I'm not watching that game last night and again this personal not only because the giants run and and sorry folks you could sit there and in want these games to be flexed. I want to be flexed to bonus in the new york market including rutgers footprint when it's philadelphia when it's dc and then on top of that its dallas cowboys like. There's a reason that sunday night games are always those teams because the ratings are that great for him. Despite how bad the product is. It's three of the eight worst offenses in the league. And if you wanna tell me that washes defense is actually pretty good. All right fine. Defensive numbers are going to be better because the offense is are so bad and division other than dallas statistically but dallas is going to fall like a rock here considering who you have a quarterback the rest of the way the only you know it sucks adult and get hit like that but considering dalton's prime time Performances in the past they the dallas him being in the nfc. East the worst. Place for dalton. When you look at how bad he wasn't some of those night games during his years in cincinnati and yes the last part of it that that feels personal all those nights and connecticut cold dark another sunday another weekend for twenty plus hours of football. Not doing anything. Not having any friends. And i repeat ser and watch the giant score nine points and i'd be like i don't wanna spend another sunday doing this so i didn't and it's fine. We're all gonna be okay. The eta mommy award goes to matthew stafford. The anime award essentially is something. That's brown lot and we. It's it's looks good at our. Everybody seems like it. I'm not sure if they do or not. But everybody has orders it all the time and really all. You're eating assaulted leaves You don't eat the outside part of it. 'cause it's disgusting. The beans are kinda whatever i mean. Look i've eaten it. You've eaten it. There's probably women in your life. That order. Like two or three helpings of it. But i i don't know like. Does anybody ever crave it. Does anyone ever say go. Great right now. Some eta. mommy. Yeah i think you could licks salt off a plastic and it would basically be the same thing maybe core salt. Maybe a himalayan salt Any any salt really would do. But i it doesn't taste like anything it's just people order it and yeah if you dump other seasoning all over it but nobody would say hey. Here's an oak leaf with paprika cumin in in core saul. let's hey we should get another bowl of this so with stafford. He throws her three thirty six three touchdowns the one pack he did get sacked. And if you take out his ten yard scramble. His team ran for twenty no not even towards so they barely. They weren't even two yards per carry. I'm actually shocked. The lions or three and three coming into this colts win by the way quick for philip rivers. Ever since that. Cleveland game where i was like. Look he looks a little lost and throwing mad interceptions Meaning disappointed not in the cool way He's been he's rebounded nicely here. The last two games. Cincinnati and then detroit so yeah the culture five or two but stafford. Stafford is only thirty two years old. We know he's had some injury stuff but he sits at eighteenth in total yards. And he's gonna pass at least elway or eli manning. He's got fifteen thousand yards to go for. Eli so if he plays five more years at three thousand yards offenses today. Okay so maybe eli is the cutoff. I don't know if he's going to pass matt ryan or not. I mean everybody hates matt ryan. I don't quite get that one. Some of these quarterback positions by the wayside. No it's like wait a minute do you like him. I cam do not like him. Oh yeah. I don't really like him and then it turns into like just nasally. The nasty matt ryan seems weird. The anti cam- stuff as he struggles. It's like wait. Were you at the sturgis rally. Then like what. No i just said that. I thought injured luck was better than cam. Newton sorry but brees hall of famer seventy nine eight that he's an eight thousand yards brady payton hall of famer far hall of famer marina hall of famer rivers is six all time in yardage. He's probably going to end up in the hall of fame. I dunno rothlisberger is certainly a hall of famer allies not hall of famer but will be in the hall of fame to suit two super bowls and the fifty seven thousand yards matt ryan in front of him elway so ms staffers get end up getting in that group He's going to as far as touchdowns all time he's eighteen. They're maybe not as much of a lock to get into the top ten because he's about one hundred behind the tent spot or the nightspot in this one but they're all hall of famers in front of him and then you're gonna go like wait a minute if stafford keeps playing another five season putting up decent numbers which again. That's only until like thirty seven thirty eight. It's it's far from impossible. Is he all of famer. He's oh for three in his playoff career over three now one team. One year they got blown out gave of points on the team. It was it was it was close and then against the adelaide scores six points. So i i think he's good. I know i really like him. I think he's really talented. But i swear he's gonna play like eighteen years. Have monster numbers right next to all these other hall of famers and i'll still really not know how to feel confident discussing him one way or another the bill belichick. No excuses no days off. Do your job award goes to bill. Belichick who famously doesn't want any excuses never takes a day off and wants everyone. Just do your job. And yet he made excuses a radio. Conversation with charlie weis on sirius. Xm radio now. let's be fair here. Bill has relationship. With weiss weiss asked about the younger players on the roster playing and bill us this quote said this is kind of where we take it too. I would say just our captain the spending that we've had an accumulation of prior years. We just haven't been able to have the kind of depth on rossi had some of the other years that's provided more opportunity for younger players so it's a combination of all the reasons. Okay now again to be fair. He went on with wisey gave him more of an indepth thing. And i think it's cool. That was probably hit him up as a kid. You wanna come on and talk with me. A guy you've known and bill was like yep no problem and you're like look. It's a nice way of saying how. Come this team sucks. But he's had the opt-outs in any conversation starts bill check. Hey actually sucks and it was all brady like that's unfair to and that's kind of a conversation stopper so let's dig into what he said here. Because mr no excuses no days off to your job hasn't done his job really well lately I don't know if it's because he's taking days off but he's using shoes but he's using the wrong want so he's talking about the younger players all the cap things that he's wanted to reset so we know that the biggest problem is that brady basically was like look. I'm out i want more respect. Bill for whatever reason I think there's some weird prideful petty stuff and i also think there's some decline in brady that he saw brady would be putting up these same numbers in tampa that that he's putting up now in tampa in new england with the lack of weapons but lack of weapons or bill's fault so his excuse should have been hey. I haven't drafted really well. But he didn't wanna say that diddy so if we go back to it as we did over week ago on this podcast which this became a major major talking point both nationally and locally Again because you start looking at this roster go god this rosters actually really bad And we know that the nfl cap is not the nba cap. You can't rework stuff in the nba. Once your cap screwed over your cap screwed over the nfl allows you to do some different things. If you have players that you want to extend and kind of lesson the cap hit and extend the years on the deal even if some of those years are fake years but for bill to say this is like all cap related and wanting to kinda reset it going into the next year It's just it just doesn't really hold up. It just doesn't all right. So the pats are spending the second lowest amount at the quarterback position of any team in the nfl so just by having that limited amount of money going to the cap at qb should be a huge advantage and for new england. It isn't also new. England is a cash cheap team. And you can't really say well you know the really cheap and that's why they suck But when you're cheap. And then don't have quarterbacks that's when you're probably gonna suck according to mike sando stuff from the athletic today. They said the pats are thirty. Second in the nfl cash spending since two thousand sixteen and according to numbers that executives would have that shared with him. They said that. The pats have spent about one hundred million less in cash than the average the nfl average over that talk. But if you're gonna give this in-depth answer and use the cap as an excuse for why the roster is the way that it is you're being misleading and you're conveniently leaving out the better excuse but that better excuse is solely your fault so if the fact that the last proble or that you drafted was jamie collins and that really the last stud in l. all even allow dante from two thousand twelve class but there are very few other teams. You know what you know. What gm's gm's who draft as poorly as bellichik as drafted in the last eight years. You know what they're called get ups next guest for the b.'s. All right and bella check this fire know that stuff but bill could really own this and got handy to do a better job draft. But he wasn't going to do that was he. He was gonna blame the cap. So mr no excuses used the wrong excuse updated bill tom rankings. It looks bad for bill now. It looks bad but it's still early. Who knows couple. Pick sixes for tom. I still love that chiefs game plan. I'm not gonna lie to ya. I blame brian hoyer for that one. Not bill belichick. But tom is is still number. One bill number two in this week's legacy rankings. You know what. I love about thanksgiving eating the things that i like. You know what. I don't like about thanksgiving. You telling me that things that you like that you want me to like and i'm like you know what there's a lot of place out here. We can all just pick what we want. But you know what happens. Is you get a little bit older than you can. Start buying whatever you want. Your thanksgiving can't yet right. It's fun being grown up. And that's where butcher box comes in because this thanksgiving today's sponsor butcher boxes giving you something extra to grateful for butcher box shows right of to my house i pick it out online ahead of time i figure out what kind of chicken. 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Ian that's butcher box dot com ford slash ryan mike vick. Nfl legend fox. Sports joins us As he does on some monday throughout the season so appreciative for that there are bigger games are want to get to but everybody was really excited to see to throw some of these left-handed like i didn't realize how rare breed you guys were like. There's just so so. Santillo really made people paying attention to the lack of lefties in the world by this is truly evident now. When was the last time we anticipate in salem. Even me i know it's it's actually like the numbers are so much lower than you would think especially when you felt like you know guys that shoot left handed. Basketball offended. pitchers are because they are left handed but left in a quarter of okay. Let's let's actually. I didn't plan on doing this. I've had people say the reason. There are less handed quarterbacks as it it really screws up your offense with blocking routes on any of that true yes true. I mean no. Smoke the coaches. If you ask me bank coaches this feel like everything has to. If you left handed everything has to go left. You gotta sprint up. We'll got set. Get texans left so so quarterbacking cedar and then you know ain't a game. In general left tackle very important you know and flashes it becomes the right tackle. Blindside tackle the increase in different framework infrastructure. And a lot of coaches. Don't like the diving to bed deep. I know what else coach call everything to the left on we sent but we we made it work but i saw coaching. I can go right to each to do at times late. If he's comfortable with it on a just stayed coaches this guy Attention to making guy ambidextrous. Even go both ways okay. So too i loved in college. We know the injury. There's some different debates on why even played. I was kind of deferred of the staff. They're the ones watching him practice and the whole time. I can't imagine that they didn't like him in the decided him start over fitzpatrick when by dolphin standards. It's a it's a good season. The numbers were low. There are some turnovers in there that led to this being a one sided game. What did you see with two of my well. I like the fact that He got hit early. He bounced up. You know we was concerned about his health. He took a big hit. Welcome to the hit. He got up and he just kept going and kept on. It wasn't the easiest task. When i think about this game i think about Down being on the side in just being able to be earned. Donald any given day is a positive to get out of that stadium with a win was the plus wasn't ready to but he's to know and you can't take that away from now you early on in your career because your arm was just so powerful that you want to show it off more than than some of the inbetween throws because i think is at big arms. Wanna show it all the time. Did it take you a while to learn to throttle down a little bit. Yeah it's a good long man. I had problems with them and housing philadelphia. I when you've gotta start on you the gays on time in you gotta Practicing and doe crossing short routes quakes clemson. Because you gotta learn to gauge that in the actual game and if you don't now you got bullets coming guys use to stay in it. They simple to In terms of use hand eye coordination with football. So it's something that they get you soon. So i always wanted to let my guys know how this ball gonna come on. Slant might come on. A hits might be fired. She were you know. A deep comeback might be a little bit you know they have time to get out of the route and come back down and catch a lot of attention to detail. The quarterback resists at our teach teaching guy a ton of dog and throwing the steelers are undefeated. Incredible really second half comeback. When you look at what baltimore did to their offense. I think pittsburgh had sixty yards of offense in the first half they come out they score right away. They force lamar innocent mistakes. But we're seeing different version of ben where you know look last year doesn't play two years ago. Maybe he's banged up but this was a team that chuck the ball down the field. And maybe no antonio brown's part of that but they're not putting the ball in the air and their undefeated in their winning. What are you seeing from. The offense like the fact that they've got balanced naked running. Football james conner. Think the running back the other running back baggage snail still a couple of guys in rotation on. don't a great job in the receives. Stepping out by highlight chase claypool claypool Stepped up Living to all high coming out of not game. and because he's been breeding ground for receivers. You look at the history on sock about at good savers. Study found the going to handle you. Know knows guys big man job easy. We are no he. He not play the game. He's he's a quarterback savant so it's about how he wanted you know moved offense. I wanted to look. We want to involved each and every weekend. Different design routes and i m doing things yesterday just taking it all they had offense man and you got the deep space is going back you up in main football is easy. It is fun to end up. Certainly big band is all on being within itself bent over the last couple. It can have planned planned a game. The you play generate all strengths defense. Glad to have fun. You got good coaching. You still sitting. It's all good now when you watch different offense is can you tell right away like okay. These guys are running really basic stuff and these guys are running something complicated. I imagine you can right like little. Yes last like okay. So i imagine that. That wasn't super complicated. What dallas is running. It wasn't and i looked at. I was like i supposed to do right. Yeah you got a rookie out digital treating like a rookie quarterback you treat him like a rookie. Call the place doubt for him and then evaluate him or minding and if he's not the god i'm pretty suicide maybe two to three hundred guys lined up that'll within the blunt between the day that he had last night. You know you get chances that you gotta take advantage of them and you didn't do that last night. So you know. I would be valuating the talent level but at the same time not to get off script. You don't coach got a football. Assad is supposed to be sophisticated supposed to be complex. Nfl but here's what it is so take. Don't take your foot off the gas. You know china coach help guy to a game because i got defense on the other side of the ball and they come so wanted the best stuff. Give me the best up the way it goes. Who is the best for you As far as catering what they wanted to do. i mean. imagine it's read in especially in one season philadelphia. But what's the most in tune you felt with with the staff with the play calling in them letting you do whatever you wanted. It was philadelphia. And i was aiding for four years from two thousand nine twelve and even the last game that i played for andy when coach knew he wasn't coming back. When i wasn't having had leaving understood every game plan that he put in front of me in you know even though it was you know. Complex coach made it so that you know the quarterback coach relationship. We understood what needed to be done. All he had to do seats everybody else what they need to do. So we can execute so you know coach made it crystal-clear me what he wanted. And if wasn't cleared than i was solely say something and that's why we had success. Because the reason i bring it up because actually do you want to jump back. It's been a little bit more time on pittsburgh and baltimore. That is baltimore running like you would said they're all in tune everything's working is is what they run complicated because ben basically set at half. Sometimes i'm not quite sure what to believe with anything. Maybe ben in particularly more than others but he said look. I just kind of drawing it up in the dirt and playing some backyard football in that second half so that tells me it's more on him in less than what they call in that first half. So what do you see in the course of three hours of that game to make that comment And you know saying that because they have so many place not drawn let right yeah economy. But he's pulling it. It's complicated in his even more complicated stuff. So sometimes Quarterback is it's easy to stop simplifying things in not really joined but this is what we were running a backyard of. Who's really trying to you know. Delete to move the ball back out for what i would miss easy curl communist. Slant flat combination curled flat combination up easy put. The ball has a plan. Because i think that's that's what he meant by liberty to do that. Installed a game down and simplify man national. Everybody can just play fats so sometimes it can become too complex split speeds up instead of slowing down at the quarterback position. You wanna do you wanna slow mind dare. I'm so you can just relax in the moma and make good decisions. When i look at the baltimore game plan especially in that last. Drive where lamar still gonna throw to win. The football game and throw and make a fitzpatrick makes a great play. I mean it's hard to throw from that far out to get into the end zone on the previous possession. He ran it from the thirty. It's not where the ball was squatted. But when he ran it in from thirty yards out in that kind of defense. Like that's nuts. I seriously think it's you and him are the only people that could ever do it from thirty yards out. All the is are still on you because the routed or kind of run its course. I don't know if that reminded you of. You may be cuyler. I don't know i'm trying to think of how many yeah not to maybe Kylie three yes. Only a couple of back that can get in there from thirty at and do it in a way you got it. Navigated couple of defenders in. You know really dig deep. May being doing all doing it all in one place it. It was due to for every time. I tomorrow make a run like that. Always out of business has what would have done. I know what. It's not. Because i know what it's like. Open field guys. Is you know they so big man. You got right where you want them. And that's the luxury that you have as running quarterback on put in homes waiting and do take vans and have you noticed that this is happening on the slide and it happened with russell. Wilson adult play from last week but quarterbacks are realizing everyone so afraid to hit him that they're getting extra yardage on these slides like they're going into a slide but then they're getting a few more yards i guys are going start getting popped more because of it and i don't really know what the defense is supposed to do like i'm not supposed again. It's not me out. There happens on sideline plays or guys are peeling off. And then everybody's taken advantage of it now. I think is going to start getting hit again on. I don't understand is how guys are getting all these person who fouled kennedy's rented a quarterback. The i understand the integrity of the game and we got a you know protect. The quarterback quarterback always wanted to be protective. But i think sometimes the defense alignment. Nah putting a vulnerable situations. Where you know. They told to get off the quarterback all week again on sunday gain. 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Only it was similar to what happened in the game yesterday. And i thought about this. My friend about it on the ma brandon says it now for thirty hours that call that yeah right right. Yeah i wanna make sure. There's i'm glad that you did that. Because they did end up. Call back on hold but it was such a stupid play. How good it was and then the same the same playoff game for that same placed. I got hit the hottest sent in my life by ron dog. Thirty in thirty three yard touchdown run and and brian dog and slights drought. He just he tried to obliterate me. Tried to take me out of my misery and Take this. I felt that hit for the next three months in my wrist my elbow but if you go back and look at it. I'm watching it right now. You'll creates got called that because of a home. Oh that makes it work so your third quarter under four minutes ago. Phillies up thirteen six in this game. And you're right you drop back where your plant. So it's just at the thirty year wide open ten five and dawkins go. It's it's weird because you almost look like you could cutting different. Oh you didn't even see. Yes so look real so true story so so running into the end zone. And if you see in the left corner the end zone see sharon jackson block and bobby. Tim and i'm watching so by. Because i didn't want to come off block and i was thinking if he'd come up the block. I got an. I got him have a plan. I'm already just team saying five. Then i get to the end zone and dogan's out of nowhere so i'd never saw coming and never saw this coming. So what's happened incident. Lead sean and bobby indulgence get a free hit me. And that was the hottest ambition. My life ryan did and i just remember hitting the ground looking up seeing stars and not like of well. These four that sucks about the flag. At least you're thinking. Hey we tied. Ned is quarterback. So i think that is the plan field. She that that's just my luck throughout my career But hey who cares. So a couple of things dawkins doesn't get right up heels. We both laid it. Yeah he did. I never tell that part of the story to hurt himself. He hurt himself. He hit me so he not consulted. Bogue adam sick. It off came right back and algae kremplers standing over you. You big old tight end. And he's he's flicking at your hand trying to get you to come up and your hands moving like your debts and i'm like no. That's what i was counting the saw. So he he's telling me to get. I was trying to start. There was in scout. I mean i was just totally different space writing. No concussion protocol in concussion. Rules back out of out of that game he took. Hey i've got concussed by hitting the body and when you watch it for those who are gonna watch it. We'll put this. Maybe in the clip is that it's just the perfect body shot. It's not like this amazing collision at your head. It's not this. Oh my god like it's just it's so fast and he hits you so perfectly and you're right like beat is a tough guy. We get to know him a little bit. espn. I loved working with him but for him. He's not he's not having a great time after that. Hit either so that was a body set out to gave me a concussion for serve. No doubt okay. Speaking of Altercations there that one was a little bit more expected on the football field but we had garter johnson defensive back for the saints and then javon wims receiver for the bears. Go out now. If you back it up all the way Garter jots if you know a little bit more about him. I mean he's he's instigator and he rip the mouthpiece at a whims mouth and throat on the field and then it was like a series or two later were williams was doing waiting to get back at gartner johnson and he hit him in the head twice. Where i guess. Here's something i'd never quite understand and everybody does it. So i'm i'm on my own on this one people that get mad at football players hitting each other when they have helmets on a fight. Okay and you guys are mostly bad asses and you're also in your tuned up for three plus hours trying to protect your body. You're getting into physical collisions for three plus hours and in fights people don't go. Hey let me think here. i'm emotionally spent. I'm so upset. I hate this guy in front of me let me think through all of the different processes know you just punch the guy and wims clearly had been thinking about it the whole time so i almost feel like people don't apply what it would really be like to be out there when guys hit each other in the head with helmets on because you're just pissed off and you want to hit a guy like that's it. It's so complicated. You kinda lose your mind when you kinda lose it and it is a fight when she losing you lose it and sometimes on field guys. Thanks because you got uniforms that they can be disrespected. And and you just can't disrespect another man you gotta think that's another man. Hell you know another man in uniform. He got a man probably have family printing. Got more than buying us and in a lot of integrity you know for you know the big picture so that gets lost gets lost sometimes. Netted ch probably has multiple cases where all caging would've got. I won't say his name on the field. He'd yeah yeah heated words and it just got to intense and there was you know he's he said too much on. Saturday said too much my and you know much big. Amanda me i i. I can take him in a fight. I'll be honest. Like but you know i just think the level of spec needs to stay you know you could talk trash all day in enacting dishes much. I can take it but don't forget personal. You guys getting person to tell you to a different store so you're never going to name the guy because it was on. It feels good friend of mine. Yeah he's gone. We became good friends after that. It was that intense that we had to become trains. Really all right Leaving we yeah we going. Okay all right do you have a. Do you have a good fight story from a teammate. From a game that you remember. I got a really cool by started from around. We can't the carolina. Panthers that's always going to arrive with beats between atlanta and carolina and Kris jenkins visiting casseus. Like i say critics was respectful with his tries to break is dishonorable on or any in in a pleasure to one time. And you know. I just i just decided to run sixty-two toilet Amanda was six four valley. Three twenty. And i ran into him and i hit him and before i knew it i was looking at countless again and not learn to smart beefing. Big is i. Let him head. I let him have. I gave everything. I had rented sometime to knock him down and he descended laugh extended over top of listen i was i really learned to pick and choose my battles wisely. You got to be smart about hand is worth if i thing kris jenkins at three hundred plus. Because i think you're right is he was one of those three hundred pound guys who looked really good like didn't it was sloppy and it has. He was a menace his me waiting and then we met him. He came up to espn and he was one of those asshole types but he was funny he was like he was going to be an asshole to you. But it was gonna be kinda funny and like started right in with me. I mean he didn't know me he's like you look like one of those lacrosse dudes. It did steroids. After and i was like alright. Cool kris yeah. He was kinda like fucking with me a little bit just to see and it wasn't like i don't like you. It's it always rose you off a spice when he first came in studio art. I freaking love this guy. I love the stuart and he had like a presence about him. Steve smith came by and was just like fire. And on everybody like kinda messing with you. And you're kinda like and jenkins sat down just was like look i'm gonna i'm just gonna give random guy shit left and right because he might have been trying out for spot to like it. He has and so he wanted to build up the personality. It wasn't like i was bothered. But he's just it throws you off from the minute one where you're like. Oh but he was an awesome awesome player. So i'm not even a good deal okay. I've to other things. I want to get to you because run If we do the list of super bowl teams right now. Where if this team wins the super bowl. It's not a surprise. How long do you think that list is for you. Probably i can count on one hand. I will say a kansas city chiefs. Pittsburgh steelers switzer Seattle seahawks tampa. Bay buccaneers baltimore ravens. That's the super bowl. This that's suitable listening. I mean those teams that they gotta have the in fact the somewhere and i think all those teams have it back to somewhere. I can't beg to many other teams right now but less marlins was spitsbergen slash kansas city in the in the initial vote between those two Definitely as if. I had to just say this is what is going back in three mincing walk. I don't know that there's many arguments with It still feels like that. You'll see deeper at the top but maybe you know some probably push back on baltimore I think what baltimore in the first half against the steelers defensively was so dominant. That i couldn't quite write him off. And i'm with you on ross. But that defense is terrible. Seattle's defense bad that it. I don't know if that comes back to bite him. I don't know if not being able to keep up with some of the offenses like tampa or like the city can baltimore. Keep up with their offense. Can rothlisberger win a shootout at this point. A lot of this is all going to change because most of these teams that we're talking about like we could be going. What happened with the halfway part. You're like well they lost starters and that's that's all came down to year and tampa's defense is off the chart. I don't think. I think the tom brady part of. It is so overwhelming. Nobody really looks at how grade. Tampa's defense has been mike sample. Defense's i ll get at tablet situation. It will tom situation like being situation. We got a weapons or office we can. We can go have some fun man. We gotta find a way to the condensed and cook it up but we got defenses desktop support us in backers and got good defensive coordinator an aide they schemes that we'd make teams are best made. It ain't a better world than that at the quarterback position. How many had it a couple of times in my career was like man we. We're going to beat the other day. Beat them going to beat them and other than that. I went to a lot of game cinema. Have to be superman. I gotta carry low. You know but when you do that you could say that. Press office stuff like this. Being rated in tampa in pittsburgh may even kansas city to buy pets have a lot to worry about. Everybody has got good as they are. You know his defense is not gonna ali's help. It was looking for a minute Flawless tied to open up in exposing the things that you don't do so well. Yeah dalvin cook. I mean have a day because you're looking at kirk cousins going on. It's been so weird that i'm expecting that he's going to have kind of a big kirk cousins numbers game but i think this is two games now. In our last few games against green bay after double check but dalvin cook was was incredible heart last one noble. Was there apart in granted. Look your this big time player on the college scene. Your must watch for all of us you know. People didn't even care about virginia tech and all of a sudden like like. I don't care what you're doing tonight. Like i'm watching bit clay. And so you're you're used to a certain level of fame but when you look at atlanta and the way the city supports its teams in knowing that you're a black quarterback in atlanta too was. Was there another level of like holy shit like this is a huge deal that maybe even was overwhelming to you. Yeah i didn't understand. Damn you know the only thing on my mind was not being able to bust. I can less about the city because the city was wasn't gonna think anything about me in live up to the number one draft strings so understood magnitude wherever i stayed away from from all. And most importantly micro grid is everything united. I want to be labeled a blessed and the win. Football games to coach in and that's xavier. Do enjoy watching you on sundays and Again thanks for hanging out with us. No doubt states having me on anytime we got a great life advice for and i feel like miller lite is just life advice in san right now. That long ago going out with friends was a little too complicated. Used to worry about where you'd go what you look like and who you invite but now getting the other for beer with your closest ryan's isn't so complicated these days. It's actually feels more like a chip. You just be yourself with your friends. Maybe that's the way it always should be and the original light beer miller lite has always believed in this. That's what miller time is all about I remember probably the favorite my favorite miller. Lite i've ever had is. I was it was unfortunate but i was shipwrecked on this island in the middle of nowhere. You know this is before. Gps and i was just there hanging out. Losing a tunnel way got great fishing though and eventually built this raft. And i was you know. I kind of time to write on the shipping lanes and we had this was like they were sending over ten semiconductors from somewhere in asia. And i just i sort of had it right. They brought me on eight. We hung out and they handed me a mirror light. And i'll tell you right now. 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Three fifty five cabriolet. What's up. i have a ridiculous house in the south fork. I have every talk. You can possibly imagine best of all kids. I am liquid so now you know what's possible. Let me tell you what's required okay. Life advice it is life. Advice are are at gmail.com. I have one one bigger one. That i'm gonna do today in a in a side here Thank you to the therapist. The professionals out there the second largest psychiatrist people have been firing away a few emails. And you see to actually like this. And i haven't gotten one i dunno collis. You seen one one where it's like. You shouldn't be doing this. you're not qualified. You know whatever No i'm you know. I didn't study any of this stuff. I just live in man making mistakes. China share a little knowledge. That's it but this is the complete opposite of financial twitter which i assume is mostly ninety percent. Dick heads From the responses that i've seen over the therapist mental health. I didn't want to call it that. I'm just very flattered by some of the professionals that have chimed in and sent very nice notes about the segment. So i'll just. I'll just leave it at that. Elite it that okay all right. Let's go here. A ryan want to start out by thinking for the content and the segment. I'm going to do my best to keep it short. Didn't keep it short but that's okay background on me. Thirty seven single never been married. Make good living working computer industry non drinker but still fun to hang out with us to play football hockey and wrestling highschool continue playing hockey until i got hurt started gaining weight. My story starts over two years ago when i was waiting at four hundred thirty pounds and in the hospital for a recall a minor stroke. I decided that. I don't want to have to put my. I don't want to have my parents bury me and changed my life around since then. I lost thirty pounds by change of diet walking and going jim. The walking part is so underrated for some of you. Guys are just trying to lose a little weight. Maybe stimulated by the jam can't afford the equipment or you don't really know what you're doing just going for long walks man and it sounds cheesy but it's true So this guy changed diet. Walking went to the gym during the weight loss journey. He met a girl who he says that he felt he goes all right so during my weight loss journey met a girl who i fell in love with when i met her i was close to four hundred pounds. I thought she was gorgeous but she had a boyfriend. So i didn't think i would fall for like ended up doing so I met her at the restaurant. She worked at after a couple of months of getting to know her and chatting. I realized that crush on her. At this point i had learned that her boyfriend was mentally emotionally and physically abusive to her. So i wanted to make sure she knew how i felt. I told her about the crush. I asked her. If she thought. I should pursue it all. She told me she'd like spending time with me but she didn't have the same feelings as she was in a relationship and didn't let herself feel that way. Okay she did say. She wouldn't mind if i pursued it though so she still wanted you to pursue even though she basically was like look. I'm dating somebody else. And it sucks this. She's going through this difficult relationship. It's it's hard with people going through some difficult. You know the the thinking can be not always rational but it's again you don't want to blame anybody here especially when they're the ones that are going through these things. Okay so i it. So she tells you she didn't. She doesn't feel that way but she says she doesn't mind if you pursue it so you keep exercising And i guess it worked out. This is longer email so people just being patient. I'm writing down little notes here. Which i normally don't ever do okay I i kept exercise. Lose weight kept seeing her at work and after about a year so we started hanging outside of her work. Okay so you were hanging out outside of new. There's a shitty thing to do. But i don't fall in love like this law and for boyfriend wasn't a dirtbag would have given up and moved on but i felt like there was something there. I never physically cheated with her but she definitely came to me from ocean. Support a lot which you could argue was worse. During this time. I tried online dating to try and find someone else to feel this way towards but it is difficult to meet someone when you're in love with someone else also online dating appreciate experience when you're looking for more than just finish physical intimacy throwing the pandemic and it's definitely not something i enjoy. I would best describe it as a series of checking boxes followed by. I ate that needs to be like the notebook. There isn't second notebook jammed up a lot of stew with a pandemic hit. We started seeing each other a lot less as a work. Close down again shoes in restaurant. She called me one day when boyfriend was out of town cheating on her and we hung out again again. Nothing physical ever have eventually. She confronted him about some things. You've found his twitter and they've got an argument which resulted in her leaving him so she left him over something he she saw on twitter. Not the part where he left down to cheat on her. Fuck and how does this guy by the way Men also a terrible guy all right so she leaves him. I let her crash at my place for a couple days before she moved into another friend's place who had an extra room. We were hanging out every day for a couple of months. And i was very aware she was going through a lot so i wasn't pushing anything on a relationship wise and made sure i was there for her as a friend not someone who is actively pursuing a relationship with her or work open back up and i helped her fix her car and then i really stopped hearing from her for about a month. I would ask if she wanted to hang out but she wouldn't respond until later that day or a couple days later saying she had her phone offer. Just forgot okay. That's not true. She just didn't want to actually back man A wet or work had talked to her and she said everything was fine. I gotta admit the part where you say. You went to work to talk to her about this. I don't know. I mean she's a bartender or she's a waitress or whatever. There's a moment for that to be allowed. But i can tell you from experience that When i bartended in guys come and specifically to talk to a waitress. That never went over. Well i'm giving you the benefit of the doubt. But i just think it's at least worth bringing up for yourself if you hadn't thought about it if that was attorney but it sounds like she liked you coming in issue like talk the whole time so it's just something i thought we'd bring okay. She said everything was fine. So i was patient and push it a couple of weeks later. She told me she wanted to move on and that it wasn't about me but she didn't want to be in a relationship with anyone so she want to move on from you when you guys were front. She was zoning you the whole time anyway. All right. I can't tell if they hooked up or not. I think it's a no from this. Kyle i think it's i think it is. Yeah because every time it's like never want to push you. They didn't want a relationship but he says that we hung out every day for a couple of months. But i was aware she was going through. I wasn't pushing anything on her relationship. Wise i want to be there is a friend so i think this is straight up a lot of time to be putting in man okay And the fact that she said that you said that she wasn't responding to texture calls until days later saying i just turn my phone off. That's not true she just didn't want to text you back or she has something going on. Sorry to be so blunt but that's just exactly what it is. Okay so she said you want to be in relationship with anyone. She didn't want me waiting around for anymore I told her. I waited. Because i thought she was worth it. And i waited through the breakup. So why would i give up now. She told me that. I was so much more attractive now. She felt like she was holding me back. I asked if she thought i was attractive. So this is after. The guy lost all this weight. He's pursuing this girl. This is like this girl is his motivation. Which is really great man. I mean it's unbelievable. Lost thirty pounds. I asked her. she thought i was attractive. And response was quote. I don't think anyone is attractive. Now oh you that is such bullshit. Wine yeah. She doesn't like you. That's very clear. I mean there's a bunch of things in here that just say she doesn't like you and not. Everybody likes us when we like them. But i understand your motivation in kind of a singular focus and shirl so it hurts. And i'm sure you bummed out all right but when she says. I don't think anyone is attractive. Now you already know the answer to this. You're smart enough to do all you could. Just tell the way this is written. You're already know you don't even need me to tell you this. But there's there's too many red flags here. She tells you to keep pursuing you. Even though she says she doesn't want to date anybody else she uses you for a place to stay after she the boyfriend but then doesn't spend any time with you and then she disappears after you help her fix car and then she says she doesn't find anyone attractive now while she's also building you up saying you're so much more attractive because she's like in this weird place again. She clearly is calling us gone through a lot in this relationship. So you can be sympathetic but remember the person that's going through the bad thing doesn't get to treat everybody else poorly to and i know that from experience because i know when i was younger i was going through bullshit at home i would use it as kind of a defensively will whatever you know like. I don't want to deal with us right now because of something else. Well that's not fair. The new person new person has this guy who wrote the e mail. He hasn't done anything wrong to this girl. So even though she went through this horrible relationship she doesn't then get to treat other people like shit and lead them on and use them which is clearly what she's doing so yes her own challenges suck. And i'm i'm. I'm not trying to be closed off on that but you can't. You can't go well. She had this offer relationship before. So now i'm gonna let her just walk all over me because that's kind of what's happened here but it's because you cared about her and if your love your love and you're just gonna keep pursuing it and you're not gonna be thinking is clearly because you're like man. I just what it sounds like. You try to do everything you can with this girl all right so needless to say this. I quite a bit. And i'm still struggling. I'm not going to hurt myself or anything like that. I'm just sat all the time. Sorry to hear that this happened back in july and my credit edmund. Texting her going to work since then. Oh by the way. I guarantee totally And then she hits you up and you just say hey you know. Things are different now. Just not really that interested. But i'm here for you if you really need anything. She's going to end up probably liking you. That's what this person sounds like. She sent me a text saying hi and mentioned how much she missed me. Jesus all right so that actually did happen. Yeah i mean. She's got so many red flags here man. I'm sorry that you really like her. Because i get it. We don't always love the best people We don't always love the people that are best for us but it just happens Very sure nice. My response to saint. Thanks for reaching out. Let me know if you need anything or something like that or did. The thing that i just said was going to happen. All right And he said he hadn't heard anything from her. Since you're going to hear from her yet guarantee you keep ignoring her. She's going to hit you up and that's really gonna be up to you all right. Since this event feel like everything's really gone. Downhill initiated a good job not allowing my weight. Come back but i pulled something at the gym. They found something next to my heart. They don't know what it is. Okay man sorry to hear that they told me not to exercise until they know and i have a. Cat scan scheduled for mid-november. I hurt my ankle walking. So i haven't been able to do that as much as i want. I've gained thirty pounds since cincinnati. Milo things have changed. I fell back into a bat eating at a bad eating behavior before i met her and went through this. I used to be very happy guy. Glass half full now. I find myself being very cynical about anything when seen a therapist. But i feel like that's doing more harm than good I have great friends. Who's been there for me and are willing to listen to guy all the time server leaned Try not to burden them with this. Especially when it's been going on so long. I'm sick of talking about her as they had be sick of hearing about her. Yes let me just me on this. If you're aware that you're sick of talking about her your friends are definitely sick of hearing about it. I haven't had a serious girlfriend since high school. And i'm worried that it's going to take years to get over this one like it did her I can't determine if i should continue with therapy or trying to white knuckle. It just get through this. I feel like my old coaches who tell me to stop being a wimp. It's just a girl it's injury. Stop the therapy. I've the tiger. Just get back out there and advice and right. Yeah look. I mean all of us are great at telling everybody else pull up the fucking bootstraps and kick ass when it's not you. That's hurting and i actually think there's nothing more. It's not even arrogance. It's it's awful with it. Just awful when somebody else's like just go be a tough guy just gonna be a tough guy you know what. Okay well you're not. You're not the one that's bummed out. You need to move on from this girl. And i think what you did is you. Were motivated by her to improve yourself to get her and you have to now do the same thing once you get. Look the medical stuff scary as hell. Let's just hope it's nothing too serious. You figure it out the ankles gonna feel better at some point. You're going to start working out again because you've already done it the fact that you've lost two hundred thirty pounds proves you can do some really really challenging shit so give yourself a lot of credit for that because you've already done it so if you put thirty pounds back on and you're bummed out You're going to be able to do this again. And that's what you kind of need to focus on. And that's that's once you're healthy enough to start working out again. Start working out for the girl the next girl. Even though you don't know who that is and yes you could keep in touch with this girl. And i bet she does hit you up at some points as a you know. I never appreciated you. 'cause she's she selfish she selfish for. Maybe some reasons that are her fault and she selfish for some reasons that clearly are her fault and the more you ignore. She's probably gonna go. Hey you know at an. I took it for granted. And what are you up to and all these different things when she realizes that you're not paying any attention whatsoever and the longer you let that go on The longer it's gonna take to get today one of saying all right. I'm just. I'm past this now. You're the one attached to her so the rest of us very easily can tell you. Hey man just get over just like your friends are saying. Hey get over. I was talking to your friends about her all the time. 'cause continuing to dwell on it and talk about it over and over and over again actually just extends the period of time that you're thinking about this person and all these different things and you don't really want her back so that's good so you know that's that's progress here but i think the biggest thing that you need to do is once you're healthy again and you feel good about everything. Don't let this get to three hundred pounds star working out is if you're you're working out for the new person that doesn't exist yet. You don't know who that is but all of us get over this stuff. We all get over some. Sometimes it takes a really long time and sometimes it doesn't take any time ever. You spent way too much time thinking about this person. You already know that and you need to do whatever you can do. Eliminate it because it hasn't worked. It hasn't been healthy for you. It's it's taken a toll on your confidence And like you said you used to be happy guy and now you're not because of this girl that doesn't like you and so you know there you go it sucks. It would be great if everybody likes us that we like but it doesn't like this just life all right. That was really long and you know. Hopefully everything works out all right. We'll talk to you on wednesday. Please subscribe rate review himself pockets.

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Post Ayahuasca Ceremony Chats

The Good People Effect

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Post Ayahuasca Ceremony Chats

"The creativity adventure and purposeful mine tension is to create positive momentum in the direction of real human growth and I believe by taking a glimpse into the lives and minds of people effect is something very special that happens when we surround ourselves with the right people to help us grow the show is based on three main pillars feeling journey myself and I spent a lot of time in the jungle and these guys were on a student apprenticeship program so they were learning how to work with the medicine to heal people and help people uncover lessons and and help them on their own growth and healing journey so we speaking Kost it's an energy of intentional growth that's been manifested from the beauty of the creative spirit the Cofer Adventure and the power of pep is full leaving and on goodwill affect com you'll be able to support me just by visiting the new website in and checking it out maybe even let me know what you think Odin and try to share some of our insights and and lessons we've had from these voyages with the plant medicine so we kept journals and we we talk about lessons we've we talk we look at it and we talk about sock it Alex in a therapeutic context and how that's becoming more about I WASPA- we talk about our experiences but we're doing it with a lot of respect and a lot of positive energy we sending out good vibes into the word maybe a few birds just just bear with me because the quality of the show is always dependent on the situation and always strive to make it the highest quality as possible and we'll continue but if you've got the time and space for it and to open up your heart and into this chat and just you know to come to this this conversation with an open mind saute get together one day like a not too long after one of the ceremonies while everything was still fresh in our minds and the Scots our experiences in detail I really think you can get something special and beautiful out of it and I just want to let you know this was recorded deep within the jungles so that you will hear some insects you'll hear some rain need to improve for you guys I just want to throw out as well if you haven't had a chance to support the show in you are enjoying what you're hearing place over to the good people effect dot com nothing in today's world we talk about creativity and having the space to be creative and what that means good vibes good energy in the importance of right I wouldn't put a lot of time and energies are cost Eddie not really at a point around getting some interesting conversation thing on a regular basis and like he's getting it the interested in finding a place down here with me I'm not I've never liked voice ideas you guys have an idea and I'm I'm Kinda like financially kind of figure out my next steps filmmaking development that's the funny thing that you want to be married so synergistically just knew all that stuff together Hussein they you this place and then being able to like actually spend the time where it's like okay you basically you have a shelter you're not really paying much for energy in Southfield along with no no no different one on a softspoken one testing water yeah just like there's so many interesting people that come through a anonymously but she does underground psychotherapy appointments with the patient's muscles Griffin Calgary no those moments and just a lot of lessons lessons lessons upon lessons that wave lance and and just it was just an interesting discussion so it does go for a while attaching yourself to the thought that you're inviting all of a sudden it's like well I I view finding very much as a state attached to the ego right and so a state of ego list eight of with like a podcast or with our whatever yeah and then you've got this influx of people all the time that are just interesting even if you're non hearding them or they don't WanNa talk its solar panels outhouse and stop getting water from the river so you have your living expenses are pretty minimal and then you've got all the time to spend on my being they were in the point of enlightenment because your Egos not speaking of and you can reduce the ego to a point where it's like yeah perhaps like monks the spent years and years meditating that like it can set themselves on fire and stuff like maybe they're either appointed enlightenment just just in the way that they're like they're not attached to anything off even saving is which is obviously not attributed south but let me see it's like always having someone you know it makes you lose your ego and yet you can minimize that but like especially as soon as you're like Ooh I'm enlightened that's your ego talking isn't it so it's like yeah you can be unaware home base because he bought floors shell there coming all the time yeah you will really interesting the girl right now that just came in I don't know if you could get her on podcast probably for example will will engage in sexual activity and stuff like that my understanding is because until you can get to the point because if if the goal for once he gone there just because nobody knows how to define it because unless you get people that are like I'm enlightened and I really don't think those are they're going around lusting right you'll want to be pursuing but if you can reach enlightenment presumably then yeah you can do all the drugs you want you can have all the sex you want and I'm here a new kind of like you'd both really focused on music with an Aden would do his life his hip hop as well and other delays more again stuff yeah finally we all about or even if he guarantee think you could say that without realizing yeah I think there's there's the possibility for live you can be without realizing I think as soon as you start and you won't feel attached to any of those behaviors but for me it's like to get to that point where you transcended physiologic in some stuff about yourself in situations like you know some of their experiences they share you need to be willing to listen I remember you told Me Avenue happy that was saying that it's like a Buddhist thing once hidden might mean just disappear as I very true once you get to enlightenment Kohl conditioning where it's like people are meant to be addicted to having sex people are meant to be addicted addicted to having like a release of Serotonin dopamine and mode Nisa I guess until the closest I would say alignment is yeah on Iowa because it's like a really like chemically changes the brain in a way that watch film festival and adding obviously hopefully trying to make up on the wall like specially down here it's like this is a pretty decent uh is just such a supreme state of being where it's like a how do you even know reaching might mean once you're salutes that I thought was really interesting it was like it was like everyone's actually a teacher of every single person iconic house about how good oh Vada eight people and so to say that someone can get past the point where it's like eating a great dinner isn't like something that's a motivation to them and that they have no motivation because they're completely cody and stuff like that just understand that it's like Oh shit this this is a place that my mind can get to you and I like that that's part of what I was journaling vote as well as like look point for myself as possible and like that's an I disagree on this we had this conversation before but regardless it's like yeah it's it's a beautiful path and I think this this is the goal right here like it gives us a little taste of the goal how we can do everything in our power to try to get back to this point I'm doing things that might be enlightening moments in life yep and that's that's always a good thing to strive for a cooling and I think that it's like it's a beautiful journey I just don't think that the Arta that his is doing meditation and part of that is like experiencing different levels of consciousness through medicine like Iowa or them is is seeking enlightenment I guess depends on what areas you're looking at but if the point is to seek enlightenment than I mean you don't WanNa be physical physical pain Ryan Yeah I think like the like people who have actually reached that point of enlightenment in the probably not many because it's such a hard thing that uh whether we use my medicine Guy Wasco or patient or yoga or or whatever yeah yeah and I feel like I don't know how but I'll or Satan a different way but I mean even if you're doing the right actions to move towards something like that even if you never become like I'm enlighten now but you still like Mike practicing disappointment comes back being outside you about so yeah you know it sucks him and you know it's like you just WanNa get out but then like you go through it it's like a challenge yeah she gave me some beautiful chocolate she's beautiful salt the one that is living with shag jobless living new or different different all care that you have more emotion towards more feeling like you can deeper explore them you give them a bit more value you connect these feelings to them music lesson earlier today one of the insights he told us of was that music is about creating music with silence and that the the I don't know I just think it's an interesting way of looking at at sound much easier missions of all these ideas which is surpa like is almost just like before when you had these ideas like emotion like empathy to these ideas aww that they're in light yeah so then I you'll be able to get to a point enlightenment and not go around and people just like you just might have a feeling inside that that slater on your podcast but they still are like expanding horizon yeah as far in Radio Lynch so much just one of these in faith and expire down here that would be incredible and then like and music is obviously going to be there and I feel like if I moved he's in silence Nia not necessarily the music yet which is so profound thought has thought shaking the boards of opinions alkaloids coming out squiggly you really need to focus and that's what you said earlier like going into these realms and bringing back information think it's because it's like the Yin and Yang of life you know like one thing I was learning when I start playing music with abandoned stuff is just like you can't have every single member and like I I don't know I don't I I really do still see a positive elements of that like having like being able to go out six for period of time but like I think that people who have reached enlightenment exactly when just like stop caring very much for life in we'll just go meditate and cave for the next thirty like boring boring boring because says same thing right and so the same thing with the ceremonies adding in those moments of silence really emphasizes the moments of they experience a you mentioned the having you know these these contracts are you can really notice the dock when it's being bridal outside of that you know super interesting and that's Kinda like that's kind of the theme at writing these journals because it's like you ride a couple of things down it's but at saint like it's high like we're talking about for like two Pasta and then you may be like mom at the time and not really like I'm like kind of research on exactly the meaning behind it and maybe people have different meanings I usually do very very extreme things because they have literally no attaching itself right well that's why a lot of monks contrast but yeah if you if you started the show and it was just everybody playing at ones it's like okay for the first maybe five seconds it'd be really interesting but afterwards it would just be get bored of it but like you you're on you're like Whoa I'm so fascinated and then it's silent and then you're in this whole other realm where you're like in your thoughts you just sitting there meditating lighten the moments of like news air completely agree with you like allows you to ride that wave of Iowa Drake's music throughout the whole night you'd be like really kind of appreciate the opposite side of this it's so interesting that it goes in more than just the locker lenient direction thoughts and feelings and emotions and like you know the sound is actually making silence dance kind of and so one of the reasons why he does like the silence in between is really because the southern Amazonia areas where it's very much like the experience is is you kind of isolated by yourself it's not like Leila completely that it's like second nature understand that idea dictate almost appreciate the the darker the silent parts more than they appreciate the light just because vis experiences sitting in a large group everyone singing it's very much like showing you the love versus in other places where you're with a traditional shaman and it's fully understand what like the beauty of that darkness is because it gives that perspective to all like if you really understand that so much like that in South America it allows for that contrast to kind of go inwards to yourself battle your demons a little bit and then the music brings you back in itself is almost more beautiful than the actual experience in itself with everyone looking inside versus looking outside I guess right so like mostly about like fighting your own demons in silence and stuff like that so I think yeah it really liked the silence is here although it's not the same as then there's big gone and then all of a sudden everybody starts playing it's like super intense for like five ten seconds and then drops off the air you're writing these way or destruct playing all the time you need those kind of build up straight you need like those moments silent and then one person's playing two people are playing the drums come in I mean you guys are talking about like the silencing going inwards it really reminds me of kind of how it's done in in Brazil like a lot of the the I would ever and then all of a sudden music kicks in your like your all over the it's like a reflection period to be like wow that was really beautiful what I just listened to liaise you live every day there uh-huh bringing back kind of things that you've low license you leave a semi lives in these realms for me anyways like in two nights at least seventy lives experiences so many to the group perspective it's almost like a reminder like no you're part of this this this group this I total consciousness not just alone on your own right it's like Iceland obvious I'm seeing everyday develop finances in different ways of thinking that I never had before like I I had but they will Kendall now it's Kinda like I've had the take a couple of weeks after the experience of in Iowa ceremony like how if it like like I it's like for me that's the night and that's remains like super excited to see that the annual into bring that back to like the sweat lodge the other day it's like for someone who can fully understand that you can sit in their appreciate the pain of going through the I don't know like Alenia thing it's a journey Christiane sideways we'll I thought it was interesting I was just like for someone who understands that the hiawassee experience allows you to exaggerate laughing away so you can like savings on a high level that are really a true at a hotter to see on a different level and a hole in the middle and you know after all the after all the traditional stuff that we do like to open the ceremony and all that we'd bring in the rocks into the center nation versus versus group it's like you're focusing on the king all the Yang it's like the differences between I one of the Ada while you still realize that it exists a whole year of this but it feels like downloads because I guess maybe downloading things of different right and when payroll satellite that it Kinda makes sense to me now that have been through the experience he almost more than even the joy that you receive after because you like you recognize that like pushing to that extent like white creates all like good experience on side then they slowly pour water incense or herbs or whatever it is over top of these rocks and so it creates a steam in the gets trapped inside and so it just gets get both songs it really take you on a journey because it's jenny not because it's like just the same hard or soft back all the time like a it's so it's kind of like a oxted been sitting this massive fire for like an hour and a half and so these rocks get like red hot so everybody piles into the little tent area and then there's a little circle it's really about I guess in a lot of ways almost like like Jesus like self self sacrifice you know where it's like you suffer for with it but also like by not participating in the songs it almost like you're almost more like stuck in your head and you're like stuck in your own misery and suffering yourself it wasn't about your suffering anymore without like the group suffering I I you see this in like navy seal training and stuff like that as well where it's like they hold together like over a cold night after going in and I like a challenge to try to stay there for canal thirty three red long it was like an hour and a half a little bit of a break in there but then yeah they bring in like lives in the right way to put the time so strange wearing this punish side of Lyon more project experience of a year total year is like basically like going in and we I don't remember if we did it like this last time but it's just four stages to it each stage represents a different element so we started with watered and fired addison pauses off the songs people downloading information kind of Evan was injured Johnny and I was asking this my about because I told you are attitude to hope that your prayers are answered you saw for that yet it's certainly not an enjoyable experience I think yeah it'd be interesting trying is like I found as soon as as soon as the star of the song started going and you actually like started participating in like singing really loud it's like you get outside working with the heat in there and Yank for example one of the girls in our program she wasn't participating in any of the song I think it goes back to the the ocean they're all freezing together and they're all chanting and it's just like it's very much like the group mentality like you're all suffering together so you can survive this altogether in I think they switch it up all the time but yeah I think we did it the same way in it's very very much taken from native American credentials claiming that circle is active in very in the moment saint John's dancing crema energy like it's not necessarily always fun right like sometimes it is that would be like the challenge of that is what interests me yeah that's what it sounds like Ben obviously out of but while it is difficult it's interesting that there's like there's different ways that people found like morning they need like yourself Alba's help its own comes up and helps them it's like roll here has attained working together trying to make sure that everyone's okay that's the best way to do things thanks to challenge yourself to like breakthrough that Basil site where McKay and my mind will present than my party's complaining about room and then I just like hundred four Austin again it's like when I think she suffered a Llama she ended up having to leave early right also she was phobic so Lilia had part of the reason to do a lot of music a lot of laughter a lot of good energy so I'm GonNa play you one of the songs from one of the ceremonies and just entity a community of people that were grouped together to share the medicine to grow learn and he'll together in a place where they were afraid to be creative with it a time and then in each of the quarters that are dedicated to one of the elements do songs about jammers and we throw in prayers into center the fire and Canadian so I wanted to just share with you one of the songs from these beautiful placing Costa Rica it was called Flora Straw and it was a committee open to it just sit back relax enjoy the song the music year reason and try to try to connect with it and say you go Dell's hardly even sit up straight like just sitting on your no cost leggate how many of you guys that will do the discount you yeah it was like twenty two plus Colon Eric Yeah energy that's making the less bad for everybody yeah yeah that's it yeah I appearing during these very special episode of the good people of Faith podcast with me arrate with Dr nor what's how would you explain a sweat lodge what so the ones that we practice here Ron Sometimes another song we just did fifteen year a break the like but given that energy is like like you're saying like really creating that space for the whole uh-huh the the Yang Yang Yang Exxon's as well it's if you need to the site on the something for me outside of the group kind of setting it's our aw uh-huh Augustine during the first I was like I learned pretty brutally and it was like a no it's there it's like wait how to imply that but at the same time I learned that the four hundred twenty five people yellen pointing the yeah and so it's this bamboo structure and you put all the heaves of blankets over top of it and then we have these volcanic rock uh-huh aw it is grouplets working together as a group and being like yeah this is tough but I see all these other people doing it too and they're all they're probably struggling but they're all putting in their effort in creating this awesome every hold the as I can stop and then putting the tens of Music Barbuda's never thought about it in that way but it kind of sank thing as well right and it's Kinda like the new space notice and you're inside the like it's like a small pant like structure made from wood the neck area sheets I've really really small like structure made on the bamboo and like it's okay to Osman Outboard Arcada Kinda step out of that and just have some time you're earning my get out of that there's nothing wrong with that but at the same time it's like paper through deep conversations we had the opportunity to open ourselves up to a meant birth that can be lighter injected back into these crazy world this is more than just another it is uh the it's just as important a AKO is to support the group so it's Kinda like Avon's individual McCann but some odd Jan San people need is like when people are in they are very much like inner circle just as the inner circle during the nights it's like man that's like ten twelve hours of play music streaming like everybody in the one likes it out from the group because you don't WanNa let anyone else like you don't want to let the group Ganzi knows self-sacrificing being yeah I really do that and I I love these lessons so strange originally yeah exactly states yeah yeah eh contraction of going inwards going outwards going inwards going hours could because you you can't heal anyone if you haven't yield yourself Ryan I mean that's that's the big thing yeah I think that's part of life's journey is is really healing yourself in in your twenties in your thirties and then being able to support a family at the end of that or or in AH in the case of the WASCO circle being able to go inside your head being able to fight those demons being able to figure out there is so many people in the sharing circle that were like I've all my life ah home yeah it took living and then eventually your brain changes and and it looks into like getting a family in creating a tribe on your own and it's like but there's like there's like micro and macro cycles almost he goes through these different successions in case you separate yourself from your parents and your more into your friends then at a certain point you want to isolate yourself from your friend group and you WANNA do your own soil sir you were talking the other day as well about like how it's kind of a cycle in life and you go through the stage when your kid and you're very attached to your parents and then and then you get your adolescence and near more cert- separating yourself from your parents your your brain literally and since felt like I was such an outsider and then I felt like that during the moments of silence during the eye Wasco when I was by the fireplace and that's a big thing in the eye Oscar ceremony right is like the halfway point where you go by the fire and you spend that time and it's so valuable because then because then it gives you the chance to heal yourself and then and then and so I I feel like I almost a way of like speeding up these cycles domos contained in all in one night understand like the expansion in like realized look at the end of the journey you want a tribe you want to support the tribe you wanna be able to work on yourself and then you want bring it back and give back just like you it is part of the tribe at beginning of your life but it was more about like growing yourself and the tribe is supporting you then it's like you need to finish in the middle of the drain you need to do the work on uh-huh uh-huh creates such a different environment as well like breeds different Tom Advantage in and you can tell me off it's super interesting it's super like I dunno like magical is magical magical in sock was even going through each one of them out no matter how micro macro they were it was like it was yourself and then you need to give back to the tribe and support try again yeah I feel like that is like the Mris that everyone comes out of it with at the end like everyone who argues for anyone in that room yeah they would black hanging out for the ride yeah and you'll the minds kind of connected to the hand but you or whatever waking you ease I am is like is mm-hmm awful thing as well as just like kind of like BC's reeling going through these journeys Makes you realize anything's that would've taken so long to figure out or don't feel like it's like the best at this point like that always like the music is Never GonNa Change and I don't know like I wrote some things about our our buddy Adam who's sitting in like small like Kinda like almost to do list reminders of things to think about after the ceremony or like people to talk to whatever so like I don't know man like going through this it's like I just wrote lakes small things like just talking about like remember to like really appreciate music like really like always like give that energy to music even if you're like tired wake up like I'm sure I'll be like Yeah Adam sick but like I'm not going to be like man that was so great like gave me a hug man like sweet so it's good to write these things down to like to really remember that and then the other night while when I was when I was a helper think Adam Adam stoudt because he really like he really that means like a Lotta things but it was kind of like it wasn't in a way that's like eager TC cool like I wanna be fucking king because it was more like like I really want to help people that Mr Refi you know White Alexa other people have on paper and I think that's like one of the things it's like really a common theme between Olaf and that's such like I just like dude that was amazing and you know like obviously you can't do that in a ceremony repeatable yeah and I also know that I'm knocking the I'm not gonNa have that same feeling the next morning minding time I'm lacking macy trum I watkin stand and if sometimes unrecognised this when you're riding it feels like your hands just writing and your just it's cool down yeah like my my style has been our right is much and just like really like experience the moment and so I'm more just write down very the St let me see what I need to do that and they said what how about the best I feel like that's kind of what I was doing for with a lot of this stuff interesting stuff in here but on the path anyways you can say that that is the fog official sometimes it's great you know what which part of that saccharine at access like that was the first this was the first semi that we did with our group and like I I haven't heard anybody singing and I was just blown away by saying so I can't talk during the ceremony leniency to like go up and be like I went up came out in like it's it's not about like you're getting better and you're putting in the effort to to do that and like that's amazing on just all don't you don't think about that you're not sell critic in the back of your like oh no this kind of sounds like but that's what that's what you came back to when you look back on that the group Mike joining try to help out we'll so like I agree with that but also I felt very sometimes during a ceremony especially so I just wrote down on compliment adamant seeing you know just like I can read that in case I forgot I was in the world wind things going on in case I forgot that I can read it here in yeah I feel very like entrapped because I feel like there's so many rules that we have to follow during ceremony in so you can't just like do whatever you want the how did you get Asian like listeners I guess it's it's definitely it's different it's like if they take it from the Santo daime tradition and super the Santa the only reason I want to say that it was just I was so impressed and they'd like experience of like at that moment I had so much love like watching him singing just being I just wanted to get up and give them a hug puts himself out there law and so he was doing this one song that nobody really knew the lyrics to so it was it was kind of like he didn't really have the support of the group because nobody knew how the song him if you like got really bummed out about it at the end because there wasn't as much engagement right and like as a helper it's almost it's nice that you have a little bit of Portuguese lots of lots of first nations people of the two yeah yeah these lines North America's North America Sir you need to like that creepy for me it was one was like you need to like it was like you need to be the leader of your impact with something something like that the mix of like yeah and it's a law more like liberal about like you don't Santo Daime you go into a church you're you sit straight back or you're standing off of like spreading throughout the room a super interesting how yet is like another message Oskar that you should just go and try things out and even you feel like you're gonNa feel yeah that was really good so you guys are so much more empathy was really awesome when he played that song remember that an infected a lot of people in that at energy was really damage can we go I'm curious Super Super Case Euro Zero Dari might what's going on man mine is not going to be as exciting as yours like absentee view just keep doing that you're going to be frigging good and like I said the other night he he had a song he just took out his car it was the first Ramon Egos Guitar and he nailed that Song I was amazed birth that's like a signal to fucking destroy for it yeah I think like when you're at that luck yet should I do it should I not do it is like what are these who see what it'd be like okay I'll do that tomorrow about him when you write that down as well what are we thinking about Matt how Adam Yeah exactly yeah like he was all from love exactly bucket off all these voices and even on the lawsuit like attacks of all feed of write that down into okay I'm GONNA sit up and I'm just GonNa Guard it's like I feel like the beginning is just respecting where the tradition came from as well as like it's done this way for a certain reason it's done this way because analyzing figuring out that fits into your wife sitting the old Roy if you can be awkward enough to accept that point of listen idea this is what you do so important to set set the mood Ryan and it's and it's great to have structured songs that that you can go to their beautiful songs like the Portuguese ones potty go numb Zona get everyone together and we're GonNa see that we do is we friends that are that are really me sucker family I feel you guys like my family so it's like keeps you in a certain line there's like doing this way that way at the same time I feel like that could be really thing creating that container keeps you Nahshon Safety I want to be able to do this and experience for you guys it's like you sit in a circle everyone just puts up two questions one or two questions in this ball and then we decide because this influences from like Indian spirituality unstirred while eastern philosophies some stuffing Israeli yeah and there's some ribbit at the beginning and it's a way of easing yourself into the night I guess in a in a positive light because I think taking off the runway is like NPR journey and that are kind of out of it on the outside not singing it's like they might be doing whatever in their mind but they're subconsciously picking up on these lyrics and it setting the stage going back to it's like it's it's definitely because it's founded in Santo Daime it's it's a bit more structured in the way where they open it up and and like you're saying like it is beautiful and a lot of ways don't leave for eight hours yet there's no fire go to it's it's all anti may songs like Military Training Center gone means a church in Brazil absolutely amazing and listening to the class of targeting finger picked all night long absolutely incredible on that they have like this like this list of two hundred and forty songs I want to start getting people involved well other people are drinking medicine or like while people are getting smudged the other people are getting involved in their something feeling the silence Hick From and they're all based around around love and compassion and beauty and nature is like and so people that are in their own coming more Legitimized I guess that and becoming legalized it'll probably become legalized medically fairly soon. It's really interesting how but it's also fond interesting how like you like Floyd lovely songs in its agency people in the path of like just being ran I was I feel like the songs and having this kind of away structures things that the let that flow unsafe I find that element of aim on the songs beautiful Neyla he said for healing pretty much like these words are echoing they sing like messages from Iowa Osco Mother Nature like like poss fragment it runs just trusted each other with the respect to not speak out of reach and it won't be lenient to anyone can throwing whatever the happened you don't have to say anything you're old if what's happening here for astrology Costa Rica is counted in its fouled is along the Taylor's like they're saying the four pillars here Straw that like really the bay auto make you really good inside so then the other thing I've been thinking about our love to hear your opinion on this especially since that the new girl came here and I think trickle out yeah I guess I would say it's a of the moment like with Iowa we do that Oh my dear is to have it here with everyone at far astrid space in a call to see if we can have lives that may be a fire or whatever yeah so yeah no she was talking about how she had spoken to to mine the coal about how they should definitely have like a counsellor on staff and the way that the future is kind of going with psychedelic therapy spiritual setting I guess religious because displaces like every religion or or like a sitting down one on one with a psychologist and like I like all the rules in at and that's a very using before of what I compare it to like I mean where they're getting this trade turns out worships I started in dry worship it'd be good for like a hundred years and that's like a lot of Indian it's just funny because one of the things that I grow them the first night was I was like I also think it would be dealt to sit down with close friends at home in organized groups in ask the questions right now I know there's a lot of universities do experimentation with them how do you view psychedelic therapy compared to a setting like this enduring are lost obviously like Nicole not trained as a psychologist or something like that it's more like it's more of like a religious setting I walk is really its own teacher and that it's completely Mondays in the relevant to have a sickle like you can have fun yeah I think it's a whole other level like they I walked is like any other psychedelics and like like there's similarities of course and you can pick up on some of them but I think that like research labs like it's like because they get attached to the songs and they're gonNa go to white against brings a lot through these version of life even though it's not like ah yes that's really thrilling guessing it's a blend but I guess it's Dan Bland right so you're like near blended the white very inclusive instead of like how they discovered his expertise rebound question at one at a time we read like answering we'll take a turn to open about it but there's no like speak they won't be one of those speaking Sikhs or just based on like arrives in passing them permission they've led from other people and kind of keeping the tree should inhaling all the people in allowing spicer criterion building some kind of a community it also take a lot of religions are but I still feel like they're element to some of these these were contributions have been done a long time yeah the element of con- lack key let's see some Co The white kind of society runs in general in places like a city it's still like a system of like people kind of like you guys like learning avenue like the blessings and having these sound like would log we pay respect having really not seeing like the I think I told you guys about this but I'm going to organize compensation just like not really have a direction to go and so you like so having that therapist to sit down with you can keep that like keep your intention on track and keep you on the path yeah I would say that a group setting in a place in nature is more helpful than sitting one on one in a lot of ways because I think one of one of the most the money if you're sitting down with therapist it's still you helping yourself you're just allowing different situation to allow you to see different light or whatever but I think I walked all this I don't know if I would like Mitt and who knows I haven't tried it but I don't think I would like to do that on on Iowa however I would definitely like to do that on mushrooms or LSD or something that's like last Suzanne got something interrupting you whatever you it's cold and then they fought mortgage work was always talking about early and then yes you've got the you mean you call before aren't really safe as linear life is someone you gotta their psychology help you I think it's more about you guys someone and then you find to help sal yet yeah and then what I lost it kind of breaks down the pot of you that kind of stops yourself from doing that and allows you to see things that you might not be ed different breakthrough so how'd you guys feel like sit in one on one during the ceremony ceremony just taken I walk and sitting with the eating in room one on one with their heads it's very much I think you can do a lot more work like breaking through traumas but it's almost two means to an end and I think profound lessons that I've lost a really teaches you is like it's like a doorway back to spirituality right and and the way I see spirituality is therapist for eight hours on talking just talking Kinda rose going yeah exactly and that would be interesting yeah but like for me I n Word Experience Yeah intense right like I think that like I think the I walk kind of like there's a law of like like it's obviously all self help and like especially it doesn't matter if you're in a reconnection with everything I mean going back to what we were talking about earlier it's a reconnection to the people around you it's a reconnection to nature and you don't you don't get that message at all like stuff packed within it that can do it itself by itself doesn't need someone else where feeling acid in mushrooms you can kinda get lost just like wandering around the people around you and with nature than than you can't be depressed if you if that's the message that you'd leave the experience with them that's so healing versus like he can't be sad and depressed and grateful at the same time yeah right it's like if you're if you're reconnecting with the people around you and with acceptance and then sitting in a room just going over your traumas over and over and over again it's all it's almost like what we were talking about where with the Tony Robbins words connecting with spirituality in a meaningful way is is it I I'd say that as a better means putting price in like all the the way we do things like like the way we after it will out when ideas on our ideas on like like being social agree with with eight and above mushrooms in the end that's what the girl that came here does the council mushrooms and Elsie Really Yeah I think one of the wants to speak to each other and we would add hardball Tom Conversation Potty Senate becomes like at the end of the night you just lazy perspectives and maybe some that you might not agree he's been through this journey or whatever this is all really happening with us and she's like the one that Scott Jeremy so it's like real I think it definitely helped and that's why there's like this is going on here yes and I also think a one of the things I mean that that I walk seniors of this kind of his aren't that removing can be show this conditionings output Papa boss but there's also other aspects like there's also things I've looked at that a life yeah like maybe taking less so it's like the different ways that can teach you things but I think our Wall Street's definitely like a really strong teacher yeah but I do think like it using psychedelics like you can even find teaches in like marijuana like you had to be like macrame incentives situations how to be more disciplined having life like building things to really like expanse you know the white human savings are really helping people in different ways of lawful introducing them Serbia millions of applications republican concede off it's really kind of open the door to me in that respect right about hurricane speak about now can actually say like like looking into yourself and installation you've ever tried those seeing psychology comment on that but you've never done mushrooms amnesty okay yeah I would action where we were talking about this where it's like an instant gratification like you want this you want a girl you on tinder want food you go to McDonald's and people I think there's just a level of of you have on ungrounded cheered that that comes from being able to like come on a really helps you out with his like or with the spirituality part especially as like a field the direction side he's going currently is a very egotistical as you know we were not really dislike all these monkeys under off trying to figure out what's going on and then we've got no idea what's happening with figure it out and that's like all these systems that we he gets elected huge thing poured onto heal the world a heal the pain that you know I guess it's like Human Infliction in Hawaii like but at the same time so much beauty saying that when with spirituality you go outside of yourself to be like look I I may be here I may be doing this art may be doing all this attach themselves to their creations they personalize it and they're like okay so if I create something really good it's because of me and if I fail at something it's also because of me and the way that she vip Gilbert where she was talking about like with creatives and depression creatives get depressed because or one of the reasons is because they the ideas but these ideas that I'm writing down for my journal or or for whatever came from somewhere it came from foundation I think people just don't think about that as much anymore the by my parents I was helped out by my teachers I was all these other things came into play for me and these ideas aren't even ideas I might be reworking these ideas I make developing the August shit immediately being given everything and just not thinking about like other people in that scenario and I think Lewis with reconnecting seeing the bigger picture and like and then I learned that the ideas just like remakes of all elements like you all the best way to have an idea this process you go out you think about what you want you think about it they were in work or like this making this music but also this music is in me this music is outside of me I was created by the earth I was I know and it's a reminder and I think and this goes back to like a Ted talk that I watched violence lanes in her Ted Talk to get around this is by seeing that the ideas come to you by like spirit or divine entity or something like that and you have to like you have to go after that and catch them write it down and you're just you're translating it younger for this idea that came through the wind it's not your idea you're just the tossed girl or even you know how can you can you really help all the people and having that outlook on life and then how like what are the Louisville arp into the idea that maybe something psychedelics can unlock these healing properties in like a quick away or my direct wile who really help people out and I feel like the people always say like detainees of like you have ten years of therapy in one on what basis a therapy environment yet therapy hod and then you call out and you forget about it and you go about your day and you go on just you know getting getting different influences in your life may that's why with advertising we'll how like Donald System a psychologist car cracked his doctor's like all these kind of pharmaceuticals the whole season that would repeal top he's kind of just trying to figure things out passenger that's exactly what ideas like those that are right awhile exert study criteria that was like my what I specialize in when I was coming out selling advertising I didn't really know that and so I don't know it's Kinda my opinion but it's like one of the main means soon yeah get we send that's like one of the applications that people come Ferguson I'm back that you spoke giving a scores for criteria I didn't getting fairly except like a handful students from Australia managed to getting one young Kinda season that happens at the end of the facilitator which is like mccollum Econo- just make sure everything's on everything's gone this job any help of Yep and I'm GONNA carry prices are convinced that the world if Maltese that outlooks so it's Kinda like Oli seems like the trauma things like real huge part of it as well as it's crazy about like redoing can add for product and you WanNa think about an idea for us the product you try it out so you're actually like experienced how the bailout and then what you do is you let Seema furby and then it's like you've just noticed the it's it's not your idea that's how two people song planet like you've come up with the signing relative regard do something different than you let your unconscious kind of breweries is kind of portion of ideas and then the next element is like you sit back down in discipline yourself to try to get them out nobody listening to music and then you can have the guy who's getting the most recognition they like a very unskilled like professional like in that's where time we living where it's just like so much about this so much demand and maybe not enough supply I don't know if that's true but that like you can't artwork doesn't get recognized for its talent yeah but I mean if you logged off yeah I'd agree with you I don't know man I disagree like some of my favorite most talented rappers of ever heard are nobody was just like whoever was really talented got like the recognition we're nowadays it's like talent doesn't get recognition at all you can be the best rapper alive and have you already existed before you're there it's like maybe that rhythm has never been played before but like the laws of the way music and harmony works it existed right as an idea but also at the same time I think like are is more competitive than ever to write like if you look at like musicians and artists and rappers specifically from my experience it's like it there's an infinite amount of ideas out there anytime you create something you're just pulling one of those ideas right and it's like yeah yeah it's very interesting time to be alive with like ESPEC- you create is just like you're just like a vessel that just pulling this like this information infinite information and channeling into one thing but like the laws to what you create is such a pissing contest now the creative it's about like being the best and that's all that is right but like what what's in measuring stick to success in that case like what I like it to a point where this fucking killing anyone to paddle or your dislike sorry good like I don't know at certain talk wrapping your you play around with your others but like there used to be a point I feel like we're the best like the like if you were really good your work or get noticed and not that it's about getting this Zinger bird sings because it's simply in its nature to do it right just like humans it's the nature to create not just how it always gonna be we don't we don't start creating to be circle about just finding a way that like everyone's individual new define like how can I express myself well could is you maybe like go these amazing drawings and these are like crazy she by have like brought up with the like the privilege to have the opportunity to be able to explain these areas of crazy but all like a competition to get attention competition to get I don't like to get to the top to be like to have that biggest you'll into think and unlike north North America and Western culture people don't actively go and search for things that they like like most people don't go out and listen to thousands of artists Jordy fight allow themselves to four they're calling Yemen oxygen say I think exactly that same way I think you really should live a life that like anything that you then absolutely nobody's ever if you're kept away the everyday maybe like you make mistakes you figure out you know maybe you're all these into get attention yet maybe best we start creating because it's in our nature and this is interesting I agree and that's why that's why I read an interesting time each is not that and that's kind of something that's cold you and they will could like put fitting and my go to be like a really good illustrate out but that does not what everyone wants so it's Kinda like anyone can we'll say in advertising the court killing babies of Basil Life you ideas like your baby put so much energy and you come on them but they're not really yours it like you said it's like a spirits uh-huh criteria goes through you it's not something that dislike airlines audit that's another thing everyone's got it enable I'm crazy but it runs got leading them you're the best out of anybody but I think like you can still be like a great comedian or right raw without that and and you could probably become even better out because yes put your time into your crop in the one hundred percent agree and I think that's how it should be done like one thing I keep my mind like a bird doesn't sing to be the best the mass majority of people just soon it's what are your goals in life it's like are your goals to to love your because I think as soon as you can you can reach them and if you want to get that attention along yeah yeah I think like the biggest thing the knows that it shouldn't be about the tension but I think in general nowadays especially defined what artists that they'd really like most people just kind of get spoon fed whatever's handed to them right yeah and so it's like most people don't really have a choice but what they listen to and so for that reason I don't think you're going to get recognition for your article you definitely will because there are some people that will go in search for good music or like specifically talking about music or anytime who I for but I think Addis Fai your needs for shelter food whatever than you will be happy person in a place like this where it's like the people like just seeking attention seeking to feed their egos and stuff like that if you can separate yourself from that sort of group thinking that your living expenses aren't much but but you're separated from like all the crap in society like just like instagram and it's like then yeah you exactly what you were saying you can focus on your craft you're happier with your product with what you produce the creativity that you produce at it's just like be happier when you die and I mean maybe nobody will notice you but then it's almost it's like you look at it like like creatives van Gogh and like and he through his life just like starving and suffering the whole time but it's like now we all look at his work now we all appreciate his work and stuff and so yeah I guess he's not the you know the mainland you admire those people a lot more it's like Tash Sultana for example versus like someone like Ariana Grande Day or something it's just like is he just want to get good enough so that you joining with the wrapping of your goal happy go small maybe if your goals are aligned properly if you do it longer yeah I mean y'all get what you're saying like it's just like you really yeah I just weren't genuine you know when you see someone like that was doing it Jason team of the people that have made it and like but made it when I signed made us use that really loosely like they've got a letter recognition that's how before the money was a big thing or like they didn't buy into that whole consumer call what do you wear you out of money with wrapping like what's your what's your yeah and if you're doing real about it but I noticed some like you come across these don't seem like the about the recognition register record label called Boogie town studios and it was just like we had like a couple of guys producing so like we had beats online recording studios people could come in pay to record a studio that we're a pretty nice sow booth you get some good quality audio and then we had a guy who was doing like mixing and mastering then we also had a couple of guys dj the opposite side of the coin I get this feeling like we findings live in a see saw on like just how they might not be honest with himself right lane but I'll be wrong I must be assumption but they love that becomes like a thing that's it'll be contagious when you watch something like that because you're not giving themselves and you're Kinda like something really beautiful about that I miss we've been doing it for so long that were man like R- actually creating these full songs during a free style like we'll even have the perfect transitions just because we all know each other the thank you maybe a little bit more before maybe like sixteen but yeah I dunno I started writing music when I was nineteen because you got the point they liked to Dj events or things like that and then yeah and then from there I made a lot of connections and then so in my rap like my wrapping I continued on and then Latin just started fucking around and made a couple of music videos with some buddies all just by these doing it and like I mean my friend Ned in Marion also health we started off this had a bunch of home reason we ended up starting up a band China likes to have like a bass player drummer of the DJ has little scratch and all that and we just kinda started doing a bunch of shows from the early so well and know what each person styles and how to bring young person often whatever we're men we're going to record these are just making songs that and so I started doing all the time the most of my friends are made at the time of the freestyle night like I didn't really watch shows people that were free styling all I want to do freestyle and then Kinda got we're all getting pretty good because we were doing it like every day seven days a week for like hours on end how old was I started freestyle and probably seventy like a tear it off those bad habits rate because when I used to wrap it used to have the worst have only wrapping from my throat yet the proper technique is always throughout from you die since the end it's like I don't know if it's confidence but like I had to take like at least a couple of months rest then like at that point I felt already fallen off the wagon a little bit because it wasn't practice I think so yeah yeah singing singing and speaking specifically I think so I think it has improved definitely my voted and then I can actually focus on my skill of singing but until I reached that point I can't really focus on my saying because as soon as I fall on my saying I started seeing for my throat again the problem but also like in terms of like the idea of that like we don't own our art but like instead we're just like we're just bringing into existence from the vast and light realm your community building this repertoire of amazing are rising news was that right but I think and so it's like one person I think everybody really has to export I just I like I started getting into because all my friends were doing and it was like I wanted to be part that like freestyle Cypher eight and so I got get it and then like all my buddies but just freeze down the NATO voice because you've gone through that had some we carrots you notice that when I used to watch I used to love American idol yeah get up and see songs and you tell the ones basing his much dental is also really busy in school and then also probably confidence just like like scared to get into because I damaged my vocal cords again adds something focused on anything else except the words that you saying the flow that you're creating so so I wanna get to the point where it just second nature to rap or sing for my diaphragm and then I don't even have to mets guys in the local community and they hooked up with a bunch of shows and so did a bunch of shows contained then but then but then yeah but then I was telling you like deny damage my the voice of takes time but it's important to actively searching for it but yeah of course yet in Swat of course you feel like you're that person's killing well could maybe learn gorgeous yeah like when you change up your environment substantially like going through major changes in your life such as like divorces or new relationships during this path where do I go man that's so awesome that secretive I want to like get into didn't start wrapping reality it's important to get inspired but also think it's important to find in any art form that they're doing is like if you hear someone that's really amazing talented in your field whether it's like doing podcasts or whether it's drawing whether it's like if you really take on that perspective you obviously want everybody who's doing that specific are to be flourishing as much as possible if you really want everybody to be working coming slowly it just became such second nature to route from my throat than unless I'm consciously making effort to be for my diaphragm I won't do it and especially when you're freestyle you can't be Korea I was going a little too hard not doing the right exercises bad habits for my voice and then so I had to go in for surgery get those vocal knows remove and Rian here's is a good point to try to get back into messy yeah it's been a struggle so far but like I definitely feel like I'm getting a long line and then you're can you read it when you first got here thing would ever do you get like intimidated by those people or do you get inspired by those people give you the best rapper ever am I looking I'm going aw man I'm never going to be as Zaka I should just stop wife picking up another language is a lot easier and other places more than just being completely surrounded by it but I think your brain is also creating the conditions of internally really absorbed the other languages around maybe that's when that maybe that's why when your like through through the LAS ceremonies you're able to play abstract ideas and attach new things like and that's that's one of the reasons I think and I I mean I probably look into this by like ameliorating brain signals to be like okay now I need to like hyper activate the parts that are get started changing different structures so that I can the Israeli now just like all my seniors it's like just one hundred percent of my focus on my breathing on those are gonNA save actor from the white ice thought an awful they were they all even what they're doing now can I get some creativity out of Houston uses one of those things I mentioned earlier that was just like you know talking a little bit just going to ask you is like or just in general like we're talking about like you know there's no reason that you really need fame like if you're in it for the fame any art form alright voice at Formula and author on your install and and taking fluid ounces but Dr Naturally like straight Corporal Actually Anatazio developed your installer I'm pretty sure about sort of what really catalyze the evolution of ebbs or like I mean there's obviously that period of childhood and where it's like I don't know twenty two and six or I like your entire childhood in generally brains arrive in this new environment so we were all of a sudden when your brains in that state of New York City too much more able to like be creative and like pickup report like one of the many influences why you're traveling comeback from being journey your Lomo creatively stimulated because you had all these from Isis experiences times it's a change in the human brain and they're not exactly sure what caused it and obviously some people are like oh it was caused by learning how to throw or the becoming chiefs and one of the futures you're trying mushrooms and so we came across Tillis Ivan and that that caused near the city and rapid changes in the brain because there was a period of time where it's like there was mad amount mankind from the other primate groups and one of the theory or the theory that he came up with was that we when we started four I guess we came across resigned different food hedle or learning how to cook our food but like sometimes came up with like forging and finding mushrooms is one of the reasons but they have done studies now to show that it's like yeah you do psychedelics that it might be because psychedelics make your brain just attach abstract concepts and psychedelics in Europe how stimulates neural plasticity the rapid brain changes when you're on it what's what's this Niro positive routine when you completely threw yourself out and like you like when you go traveling throw everything out of lack of time zone language everything it's different cultures rudes sound sites everything and you've got a lot more to play with put together in his mind you're also in a lot more narrow plastic after years radius walnut school like the chestnut challenges yeah envisioning routines that slammed the whole stone as well right and they've done studies on it was started by in like the Shaman culture as well as a way of treating people but basically it's microdosing like documented right so I mean you know that these changes are happening in your brain at some level of just it's not pronounce super interesting that he's really you can kinda guard through different ideas running through you and get lessons out of because like I guess like a way of traveling but just went out of like dimension Holden so that allows you gives you different vantage point to see problem solving and so that causes near classes to your chicken before the egg something like that but I mean it's cool because I mean it's subtle it's always like microdosing LSD or mushrooms but I mean the facts the effects general of doing psychedelics is being Iowa right so I mean the last three days we've had like a spoonful of Iowa in the morning traffic then meditate for half an hour and stays in the system you're saying like damage the voice of the headlock some all the ones that are legion experience that's a character devoid Red Osodi out of yeah yeah so now I'm just like just the eight story thing I heard about it I am like on the Joe Rogan but I think it's a terence McKenna turn your yeah yeah it's a terence McKenna theory all go around the circle take a spoonful of it and then we all go find that little personal spot in the river somewhere and just sit there for half an hour do you feel any any effect so you're saying that's pretty maybe like a best of luck through three weeks arena and then obviously you do it again for a while but I think doing on a regular basis might be an interesting experiment going work or whatever but it can also be routine of how you experience life and like if you're always sober you always experienced life the exact same right so taking the small amount of this three or four months and you take like maybe a month break week month break or something like that yeah and then you go back to doing it is that what you do because you mentioned that yeah yeah that's what I was doing for like four months right now during the spoon protocols you know do the program so let's experience particle can you decide yeah so the spoon protocol is I think it gone travelling rights like Sweden changing your environment probably even the language that's being sworn in Europe plastic Easier to be flexible for like I I like LLC like I was telling you I found the microdosing it was like a law more focused and more like internal work isolated consistently not all the time like your same but then that breaks you on of your routine of regular experience so that that allows you to trigger neuro plasticity in kind of learn more says every weekend I think so that's why a lot of people say like do do LSD for microdosing ever third or fourth day because then you don't feel tolerance to it I think whenever you build up a tolerance to any I don't know how how that would be doing that long term for a long period of time but I feel like you did in bursts of probably be more comfortable without gear that it'd be like taint of what you having an average I'd say like an average microdosing galaxy or something like that every day at like five am on yet six am the thing that's where the neural plasticity kind of would be stunted I guess or or lose value need to take more for it really fully like attain classes these you can change a lot really learn stuff you need to break out of that routine right that routine can be as simple as like being at home in waking up and I am yeah or you just keep doing more and more until the point where you have to do so much that is physically takes guy once a week is like once so used to the routine to alter your perception a little bit every single morning but that's every single morning man you'll get like yeah go like this my right heel he does I- WASCO bulldoze awesome helping try doing that at an experiment about Like you were saying with no plasticity I think that like in order to be in order to speaking from white sorry moral you're much more going to be much is being stat you've liquor the point where now is flying through you and your last he's like who's in control like anything that you always have to ask yourself who's in control you know whether it's like with smoking it's like well it's probably acceptable but as soon as it becomes is I didn't really like hanging out with people during the possibility love like sometimes you need a certain thing at a certain time some tomatoes for example something like that juices doing joy that much or something that makes sense yeah yeah Y- then as long as it's better autumn out or less than that's fine it's just like whatever you feel like you're being honest with yourself that's like a good amount any you can be disciplined that any kind of tell yourself with that it starts controlling them so another at home and they have an hour to spare instead of reading a book playing Guitar Doing something drawn into that TV right and that's like well the TV five or six hundred five spoons cop and you have three cups in the night hours Yes yes probably gone so it's probably like like the control of you and that's an unhealthy thing smoking weed it's like it's definitely good to smoke weed in your perception from time to time but soon as that he controls you then that's a problem TV right it's like you know there's lots of interesting things to watch on TV that you can learn so in no means is watching TV a completely negative thing but people become become so addicted certified like you're saying if you would do that for two or three years or whatever then all of a sudden mackey comes your routine so now you're not you're not narrow plastic anymore because you and then Morris thing we wake up go down to the river do a little ceremony where we smudge and I don't know we say solves yesterday I don't think we know the land and just because our that it becomes like an unhealthy issue that's like anything fruity and Shugart Law Yeah I was speaking with happy about this another student from our program he was just saying yeah yeah we started talking about how you imagined is has been like I started laughing with my buddies like you spit it pretty well there's like meet New People like you know adventure whatever but you can also use it to become fully addicted to that realm of like I need to show everybody that my life is sick. forty-eight hours like a spoonful is like having scruples would you have in one cup of one cup I'd say probably crazy yeah five gang yeah I read I read this thing and I don't know if it was true in office said that instagram's thinking about the idea of completely wiping out social media diet and be about like having a healthy relationship with social made you ever had a like like little baby hacksaw tree select find ways to make sure that the Waco so whatever which I think would be super important because I don't think that social media is one hundred percent negative thing I think it's like a tool right he's like a pretty good Lincoln favorite individual second individual being hired for example it's like drinking smoking and Wade during law scholar everything kind of Olinda challenges illegal gone at Rome or something yeah yeah all all life yeah like try to you know you can only allow yourself to have a certain amount of youtube yeah yeah well yeah the end of a money making ideas no but like turns and more people realize that it's so unhealthy HBO Volunteer Areas and it's highlight able to size Abe Sada catch on enough to realize that something like that the using using valor in a way that oh like you can't look at some profile and see how many followers they have or how many likes they have on the photos that you can still see photos against the follow them see everything but like that hammer in our hammocks great hammering the nails but it's also great at bashing your sculling it's just how you use the tool there's nothing wrong with social media but like action in Philly values ads on their on their programs on the people that like I dunno like they everything's gratify personnel and reason yet if they were when they were saw the catch on able that actually go into companies that actually doing things like removing the lights and and doing things that you can tell being conscious you know that that's how the to Liz yeah like social media as a tool you can use it for great things you can use it to like to experience see new things create new idea the apnea the whole facebook the markle everything yeah and people saw the catch all of these things happening within about things like happy online with free speech aren't they we seem all the time frames in that already about a cello you've just seen base connections you've noticed them and you're right if you attach you it's like ideas like something is controlling you and that's where it's like appointing in about writing a book on this very subject image different light like it was an idea that I can cost him on my journalist actually idea of how many people are falling follow you and how many likes today is completely banned yeah money that they would lose I feel like the best idea he's not healthy Kazaa and it's not like a nauseating three join so they're doing it for like you know whoever knows what millions of raisins and Rwandan on liking positive really all that stuff that's going on like it's pretty much like banning people from sitting accounts because account because they sang said beings of wants to gonna fly people are going to realize what I do believe that it's not auditor if it's kind of like how many self worth would just disappear going through like a study giradi and bulk something yeah right where you're going through like a a lot of reading your doctor or something like that whatever whatever you're doing some crazy with it and you know just at a point that you come only Valerie could all yeah all of it could also become a thing or it's like an unhealthy addictions tight I I mean every one of everything it's a sin what changes I've made why canes on his nursing you or what a lot of people do with LSD is like every third or fourth day or something like that for a while like I really think that the it's their own by corporations and the incorporation of them live serve I think it's up to pay like if you're gonNA postings to be able to do it in suggestions not the breakout is one of the rules of it is to be consistent and to always be parsing can get more fall which is come and get my yanks yes they just started to that or maybe Yes exactly things stand like well you can't fucking you know that's the way to go AAC that's it the world's becoming more and more begging so yet it'll be the the smaller portion of people that are actually yeah and it goes back to when we were talking about creatives in like but I don't think that's a norm I think it goes back to life as being coming home if you WANNA be like I guess successful online tonight becoming more real real in the world is becoming more through each of the episodes so good people effect dot Com please check it out place support the show but till makes fun be well other people liking their stuff in from like from getting other people to follow them I think it's just more of an instantaneous it's it goes back to like instantaneous vacation right people are always seeking instantaneous gratification at one of the fastest ways for instantaneous gratification is if you post a picture seeing how many people liked your post that Dave it depends on what he compound the effects of the therapy and life and just being able to explore ideas with this inner dialogue in a way that I usually don't loves not an Iowa but it ends up coming out very like like gallic abstract and yeah Michael said it pretty well my thoughts and like I find that like in general journaling is like is is very therapeutic and so I was like okay I could like if I journal on I walk really the way to analyze it is really put yourself back in that mine state and really like understand what you're thinking at that moment I think it's about getting better at describing things journey so I'm the site I don't want to disrupt anything ICE WANNA like flow into like the energy field of everyone else around me you're hyper aware that it's beautiful because you don't get that every day trust in this you'll the warmth of the flame as I wrap you in my cocoon I love you and this is how this is how it's all around you created the illusion you left the garden and I will forever lead you back my sweet suffering child I'm all around if you just chose to awaken I give you the power to build it goes feel this flesh this body this temple I've made for you isn't it beautiful the suffering to feel relief believing this the illusion just as I've given you just as I have to break it apart all the tools all around and finally the key the reawakening the medicine like a Lotta things on the experience of hot putting towards it's like the more you do it yet maybe you've really done it like how time and then maybe you'll get better at journaling and catch it during some of those thoughts because it's something you practice and they like you can take more away from six theorists and help other people in why by sharing that in all don't choose wrong music is truth art is truth writing let me write start setting kind of dialogue on let me write but truth will so you get out and you feel like you're presents the is that everyone else your location tiptoe around this I can't disturb these people over here no one wake these people guys going through his own always be beyond words always something not quite there like a photograph to remind you of the time you spent take taking that photograph but how else will I remember vasile like real things and it's like he will pick up on that that was crazy like what happened was like that was magic like magic like I feel like I get on gets up else can I pass on this knowledge this spirit through music music is eternal is created and simultaneously destroyed the only lingering reverberates through the polity bend all your vent all your signs all your labels mean nothing but your struggle is beautiful it's noble look at how each person chooses their praise as your mind a memory just as it was meant to be that is why writing impure it's unnatural you were never meant to hold on you were never meant to you were meant to create I can show them show them what exactly show them the medicine show them the music show them your words yeah so that was like doing nothing can be done now my poor child I'm sorry I wish it was different I wish you knew different I wish you were a part of my consciousness always I will steal fire and before it's like when you're reading that type of when you write stuff down during a WASCO you're in a state where there's Bolton going just flows like your pen just those with the right now one of everyone's just said to help each other out role there and we'll have Felix was still lying about ourselves which in turn is gonNA help each other so it's like this really read like beautiful is like something else entity like yeah I think that's what spirituality is about it's about feeling another entity supporting year like your journey through life and the intention on everything that's what that's like one of the biggest lesson from Moscow it was intention and libration positively and negatively and energies Fill Your Cup my child for this is an ocean all

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#232 - Levelling Up

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#232 - Levelling Up

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It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind it's pain and it's getting in between you oh hello there welcome back to the Agassi knows English show with me your host Agostino Zinger this is episode number two free who does that as those SOS me Agostino your host coming from from Londres or because a well rested is a muscle memory thing or military muscle memory where the fact I'm writing it down a kind of drills into my little bit more interested into my brain a little bit more so than you're living in an African household living conservatives have holiday of family and stuff and they will happy church fanatics stuff you know God bless my parents but not for me right now but at the time so I'm GonNa end my servant Turbo on the night of November so if you guys are still hanging on that that far ahead into the new Inter November and let me know being commerce today get Pacific about what you're going to write how is going to be what is accessible you was that Bam Minimum Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah by allowed to do that price list of me I think it's a motor goal setting ability ability doesn't think nothing about Chechen I think it was really good for me when I first started when I was younger living at home you know you have no choice really without coming intuitive right you go to make a dreams episode of it was all Bush's on bills what kind of my very nonsense about the idea of writing a list and before the head up to work so I'm going to bank for the topics that I have today but feeling good appealing amazing this is now day two of my experience as I mentioned yesterday the study there was a reflection reflection biologic came in the form of writing stuff down the way too right because I remember even remember when smartphones I'd have back down our we've led to be on my phone right your mom we'll take your front away from you you have to concentrate to the preacher at this what they're saying you have to take notes you go to kind of like a being Pacific in what what you're right like you say to do list better right to do this look just right out of Sa is Radon Malarkey you good you good looking at you I'm looking at here quick good hope you're good hope you're I'm feeling amazing I've just come back from amazing run GONNA get as quickly Dan was to write things down to make a list of those kind of what it called what it could spare Ti- pre-bus they called prosperity peaches kind of people hey how many how many paragraphs to write what you exactly what to write about us good as good to do this to her rump route and you end up doing more than just writing kind of blanket island name one thing that I loved that was really really impactful was this idea of stillness where it was his idea of enforced prayer where you go to a place and you print Sunday you're not allowed to be d- thinking about doing something even you know I'm still most of you guys have got so far we just shut up and listen to supermarkets using your notes APP on your phone the moment you right like the other vitamin looks up I think I remember it I used agent forget it I thought he was a shop so I've decided to go back to my old going on holiday I went away by a blind sheikh hit up installing nine days a few days before off they started disobedience alumina higher Phelan but I made a list of Duke I've mentioned this I was GonNa do that and I think making this stuff and writes off down is really important by since she I've got seven over goes I want to achieve in the mobile Tober so the number one is two hundred ninety pounds which is going to be about overpaid a time they just couldn't compete at just their foes just kind of get back to actually reading a good book in Your Hands Right that tactile feel came to whether long way about wanting to be less sequence which is awesome I'm Tom About one or two hundred eighteen of about fifteen point free stones and I WANNA get down to one ninety by the end by the end of the Syrup Tub experience what's up stones let me update you guys could lead to what is in stones units meas- is plus ICAL is the applicant may be due this morning and I'm finally down to two hundred eighteen power which is a fucking amazing I'm so happy I finally got under the two twenties up into twenty for ages right so now by the is GonNa be permanent night which is limited my member So I WANNA get down two hundred ninety pounds see on the camera Debo bum which is about thirty who as it's not the right things down now going tyler stuff I'm writing here so this is my life. This is my kind of Serb October list helped to come to you guys in Beta podcast app they put you on the train at least five to six times per week right so that's going to be running three times a week free miles each each running at least three miles minimum oh come loose weight host hundred eight hundred ninety pounds right hundred ninety pounds is but he employed by stokes at the moment wait myself and I'm going to go to a gym teacher Freetown's a week which included the weights and Elena do one hour Spanish language learning a day which is going to include your lingo is going to include because I'm out my friends I don't have that kind of I don't want to just be I don't have that comprised situation get tempted I feel like I'm damaging gene point was that thirteen point five stones which is going to be incredible I'm the second family to do a misdemeanor or the train put him this stuff up until the night of November two thousand nineteen should be that shouldn't have calculation counter counter is GonNa be night from November let's see let's say for she been for November one to two shit my November should be right if ever should be a C- day you'd have to use whatever else I have buddies who saw stuff everyday of sixteen point eight interests and fos thanks about what days I'm going to drinking I don't have the needs to kind of break my Fox because I'm DJ going out I have to break my I have to kind of change the way our diet all changed the way into it did you want people talking about Lebanon so randomly at story pops up about calling Rooney and Brecca videos like what I was never calling Rooney ooh the night fright says say the Ninth Year of October until if you haven't before route list get that list down there right something they wanna do and then once you do that you have a good way of knowing exactly where you stand they'll be playing for Belbey by a very very big superstar in terms of football in the UK but he's not he doesn't it's also do so I think that's my update for that word and yeah call way from a call I can't wait for the results at the end the decision they knew it let's move on in uh and we have here if I dare so should be the same so on on that side is what I'm GonNa get loose citing midnight but yeah I'm looking for to get down to a good way I think outlived the podcasts everyday see my face shrinking shrinking shrinking which is going to be quite cool to see it overrun is going to be in a much better place in terms of my over mind body and get some topics before I have to head off to work so number one calling Rooney beaver covad won an absolute madness have you guys been keeping an eye on this this is something that I saw food so because I'm not drinking I'm probably won't be out up over to make an excuse to go home or through your friend Jackson deep out so that will be easy to do during the whole month it will still be a challenge the judge but she's for me in my opinion a Super Silverado die white because he halted down doesn't mean listen to the outside world and essentially I'm sure behind the scenes she definitely does so right I'm reading a lot as well of those books on radio WLOB's side reading ride holidays new book I slowed us is the kiosk me going up I'm looking forward to it and so now I recommend everybody doesn't necessarily reciprocate that thing in terms of public embarrassing up and it doesn't and it probably seems to involve lend their opinion but I'm very buddy maybe then she might decide to go somewhere else until then she's probably just seeing as this is just a a man act like a man and she's having an agreement I don't know the more that she says you're not gonNa tell what to do she's just completely headstrong doesn't really bend off owed and kind of of the at probably of the thinking that you know very unfortunate uncomfortable and quite embarrassing situations where you know the public you know laying on top of her and telling her what she do with her marriage as a very interesting argument because coach infidelity cover story because she's kind of gone for about a bit of ring up you don't know who calling Rooney is if you're outside of the UK she's the wife of a very famous reunions right that we as you can see from her face on camera faint I'm not my face get a little bit more slim than it was previously end of a month's audio Vitas I had a good thing to watch back on the videos attenborough ruling that she's Kinda stuck to council and meant a remained incredibly low I e low and the more it was the more the more people tell her to leave way Rooney your Duggan but he's very considerate of his wife since he doesn't really have a she's not in front of his mind when he's doing he's doing these fun time so she tends to be put ailing holding the house down being he supposes look after their children just being the kind of like you know the Quintessential Footballer's wife just polled and shit down back our home base seems for a few years now someone who trusted to follow me on my pedestal instagram account has been criminally involved in the Sun newspaper of my private posting stories this has been so much ruining has effectively been a ride or die Y for Rooney since the beginning of time rises we known away has she's been by his side the following it says this has been a burden in my life for a few years now and finally got to bomb us a few years it's been happening she'd been kind of keeping yourself she says he had followed. I don't think a lot of people would be able to do whatever you had the foresight to have done such this tweet I think yesterday right got gotTa have it here until the night finish it out that day that's why I want to make sure that that's correct actually making information given to them about me my friends and my family oh about my appreciation which is something I've always kind of interested me always come made me curious with celebrate news you go places like if I don't have my own content on any kind of post dump but I ended up two browser to qualify because it's got little articles are not read Shit and you know the training pages really really good in terms of kind of Roadway Rooney and tell him that if he does because we know if he does talk up again he's GonNa get taken for law money so aggressip devastated pre-nup like Besse expensive The screen for you guys to check out hopefully you can see there yet because see right here is he not yet because see that such by this tweet that was incredibly funny I'm calling Rooney in ozone dividend matter what he does he's looking up our family president credible lifestyle some stuff he does very embarrassing until it gets to a point where I don't know maybe it gets to a point where Goto bitty in pregnancy how much money is enough money to kind of throw your friend under the bus betrayal friendship like how much money's not because I think especially in these sore circle especially when it comes to the absolutely a blazed as I oh my God walk clever woman so again you know how you should never underestimate people whenever they're dumber stupid because she disappeared a young or Daily Mail you see these kind of garbage headlines and some of the stuff is very very pacific though Mac some rumors took us every two super recipient stuff that Obama twitter feed to has been amazing few months I've I've kind of cut out using instagram overuse the governor's March 'cause they're trying to put my content how everybody browsing it so every opening because I think if you're like a sane rational human being it doesn't necessarily involve yourself gossip drama celebrities you'll be like how to front that they know that sometimes there are speculation kind of my private member restaurant clubs that Milwaukee and you have a good time right but they don't necessarily in the price bracket on the full breadth of your friends you grew up with so it's right into different places you'll get to chew on how into Soho House you're going to a place in L. A. that will not go to these amazing I feel like you know you're making a feel comfortable just be a sufferer on your upper friends who are rich and famous too it must be super messed up acidic about people's brothers and sister laws and stuff happened on a holiday that really Pacific stuff that only the people that were there who told gene of you know the whole like celebrities I think most of the women most it must be a pre lowly lifestyle right because should be easier and then lastly last but not least them batmans no alcohol no drugs the highest mountain until the night of November which going to be awesome icon It's going to be such a good time to do everything together think I'm back to where it should be and I'm pretty sure it's GonNa be an membrane that's my list of side for various reasons either suspicion to try and prove this I came up with an idea this is with Colombia's a fucking genius right never underestimate I block everything from view at genius and is incredible because I remember listening recently to Joe Rogan podcast with somebody else where they took it about how how shitty is a gram stories except one account those private cap must have been wondering why haven't had stories differ wow over the past five months I posted Sousa full stories to see if they made it way onto the Sunday paper and you know what they did the story about Gender Selection in Mexico the story about returning to the TV and then the story about the basement flooding in my new house however overrated we think our sense of Bosa Dr Right we think we can tell who's lying and who's telling the truth but really and truly like there's no difference between a general goes about someone comes out wearing wedding ring are what's going on are they broke it up and you realize it wasn't sure a gym she forgot the Puerto Rican right but there are some stories that come out touto science but what a clever way to find out who speeding the story because this appreciate you guys are wetted is that there's a way that you can block people from being said actually you've been propelled to this kind of level of fame and fortune that essentially eighteen as yourself from all your friends even with because they caught this w go out with you because you know you're going to you have a small amount who follow right we are closed account for fifty followers maybe not maybe less so it's easy to go for your list of people when you're sharing stories defy Gilford center will you do find him and who also have the censor lifestyles you don't have to feel guilty about them you'd have to feel like you are I'm showing off you don't have the AH famous unusual political james values city that become friends I think over the last few years a month hardly paying attention she kinda pull out this tweet got the offensive one night stand he's going to have to make making a mistake once again by the way this has nothing to do with renee is loyal to wait Collini Rebecca Body erect volume life of another after the events happened with load or close friends right it's always looking to be freaky like imagine what kind of friend would you have to have in your circle of friends that would think that that was okay to do and good then kind of betraying you and selling during it's like how much money is enough to sell your circa French and the pressure at some garbage paper since eight continues after longtime of trying to figure out who it was never patient could easily celebrity and say oh by the way I saw XYZ celebrity and maybe she's getting an abortion that could happen but there's some stuff that the twenty year cop right they don't have any special skills that you don't have they just it's just a gut feeling is that the goal yoga and hope that it's right fifty chance of figuring out the press there's no betrayed by Judas Mama Mia man if you're a celebrity that really how much money or you get it from the Sun it imagine you're Jamie bodies wife right how much did you you're you're calling rudy you now know that the stories that came out prior in those papers were supposedly coming out from how to which I think is disgusting if you've got like a private Israel which celebrity and you've only let some of your friends followed I also field and the promises that you guys don't show scream ahead to figure out that this person who also in the same lifestyle that I mean who knows what the struggles with pain and knows how difficult it is is so is also betray me because it makes no sense perfect friends illegal story about because she's a one woman kind of content machine who is something global family they can kind of creamy spin out and put out in public but is your friendship wins they some Pacific stuff that beforehand knows would know about that only your friends would know they'd have to sell you out which is kind of disgusting show people say Oh yeah she is does your friend from back in the day right because there might be some matthew was some jealousy mb but less actually these new friends that you've made who the trouble and hurt you go from being a celebrity right Wives and girlfriends Oh footballers is what has been feeding the sun this garbage newspaper oldies rubbish sensational stories of and now seems what go that listen to personally think is and then purposely pointing out frank's throughout the extra see what actually Lonzo the paper absolutely genius stuff reggie point of view but also makes no sense to me like I said because for many times eyebrows teams the Daily Mail I've always wanted to myself now how the hell did they get this information right there's no way some- somebody it shows will the original storage which clearly showed just one person's view them is Rebecca bodies account while the best whatever best friends of this whole wag wild been tough keeping it to myself and not making any comment at all especially when the stories have been leaked have had two and now a certain which account individuals cultural I have saved the say Blah Blah Blah Blah quickly happen so for her to kind of go a kind of innovation process right just probably kicking the first five then the first ten then the first fifteen appearance fees Blah Blah Blah Blah what the some really be offering Jamie vise wife that would make it worthwhile league stars calling Rooney Fair enough maybe calling Rooney is a year that's like three point eight million about tax level lucky right now so including Webbie's wife gets in terms of her endorsement deals sponsorships on instagram or these visit the the the the personal is the difference between the skill or be able to identify his Lionel ten trooper tune in some some everyday average doe in the street and I've got twenty grand really enough I don't know how much how much does some paper Stories Twenty Grand Tenggara five thousand grand maybe less like it's vehicle weight release paper my night Everton who is now used to play for the Miami is it might be he'll end up some team in the US nice come back to you in January accused some of that she didn't obviously do well the solution could be that someone in her campaign using our phone and in some one of his sisters using a phone leaking stories salary. Let's see how much you get paid a week Jamie body is currently on the salary of eighty thousand a week according to Google right so eighty thousand a weaker amy body on a week let's let's find out how much Jamie so dame you've I'd say Jayson Jamie von Dame Varsity damage is quite simple that she isn't she's very very smug oh that isn't a very smart woman story what an amazing strategy to find that if somebody's snitching on get back to your life with CBD medic available online and that CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease. It's not really worth it to kind of a friend of the bus I don't think so and now you don't happen in the second part of the story Jamie good to put the record body posted a tweet some information if if God forbid one of the planned parenthood plays right there's a nurse or a receptionist or someone in the reception off-color Rita The sun paper that could be something that's happily because you know she's a big lobby which doesn't use code which is all the time but it must be only two saying all she she stopped in the poor then she's pregnant and some Russell number country should seek legal counsel to make sure people say her name like you know said John and again the Sun really proving that they are the garbage garbage his papers out there right 'cause you know they're gonNA come out now and they're going to confess to it connects we have here at Tyler Perry studios as Y'all were tied apparently had an amazing little Godhra during the weekend in bt weekend Marshall Wells was happened Joey I'd say yeah I'm sorry there's no way of rectifying this book I'm sure most people lie to this extent or the others won't admit it and they're gonNa just keep writing that live to the end easiest imagine being in two must be subsequently nuts one feeling to have a big up calling really she showed everyone that even those people think she's quite Jay body eighty thousand a week which is no no fucking temptation a month that's three hundred and twenty thousand pounds a month which is what say yes she was how informed maybe they can say that maybe not because it might sign a NDA GONNA do some shopping she to cut a fro I'm Jamie God his wife the FBI look at justice limit to juicy small data policy call him he's still kind of out here protesting the sense of you know you never know uh-huh the prizes awarded just admit or she could continue to ride in that kind of light ordway into the sunset yeah clean ruinous Smart Woman Smart Smart woman the buses Lola Rebecca via the absolute mess for sure keep an eye on if you're interested astle stuff for me so it's a bit too much drama but I just thought you approach really really funny really interested to protect it from calling up her and yeah this kind of Rumba was out how you have if your friend you did it bibles in it L. Kids in my church with us their phones they all know about mused about using the Bible someone squeezed No look the Bible the Bible the Bible and then but I official viewing invite all these picks doubt aggressive event and essentially what we got to see was that Tyler Perry somebody who have not necessarily been a fan of his movies but someone who have credit it was just an amazing celebration of his successes and his birthday is one so tied in that same this amazing issues to the public always been open for a while but just you know in order to be used in it it is amazing space and again it just goes to show just how just how micon which is incredible to even spike Lee whose long is long term bursary in the film industry someone who hasn't really gave him his name Yeah Kasese Kinda tied into it and just an incredible incredible space overrule they've got exact replica of the White House which is insane which is hello student inside they can film in there actually House that you can actually you know living off the use of the studio kind of rented Nulla neutral amazing Thailand Sustainability no having to answer to anyone and just doing everything the way he wanted to do and kind of exuding that ownership ICUs as in I'm GonNa make my own I'm GONNA call cases the entire place is like a coach service that's taken some of the guests throughout the entire law and talking about what the what each studio is named Socal the oval that he's doing they're just incredible incredible incredible thing all over the place and Isao Stage is named after a famous go to Atlanta to go in you know give him his roses to congressional ms amazing feeding it must be three typewriter Lewis fills me you know I you know I'd be given yeah I mean I would be creaming this all the way home but he's a much better person than me but somebody somebody speeches that he's done so far some videos that they see in the studio been amazing on the play one the Middle Finger potato periods are much better person I have known people that kind of pooh-poohed your that doubt if you are now coming around and kind of essentially something your Dick I'll be is hoping was he said about what kind of spurred this idea to stop these kind of you know go down this route I think somebody mission happening to the five right the order co studio faces they film stuff been it's an amazing three thousand square meters or something like that is amazingly big brothers and Shaw Media Ovation and essentially what happened now is ironically the validation that PR people seeking is now coming towards type doorsteps now those guys are now for many television productions a believe they hit shown is leading was wrong and the has also houses in one of our latest show and he's decided to name one off the him to those of amazing spaces there but the one we did it really got me thinking Denzel Washington Studio there won't be that really got me thinking onto I think sometimes some people think people say the Milwaukee do the less of an imposter syndrome you tend to have ride the Milwaukee to turn out your brain sauce two cats aloke order kind of stuff that from ABC that Kinda shows the breadth of the studio and just how amazing it is this video evidence I took an instagram account that color all the houses are built in the studio to code so people actually living it looked like just cobbled for cades and you know that situation where somebody has done something all your money appreciate somebody in your in your social group work that way better because you've known that person for a long time right you can kind of see touch again tasting it feeling the excitement of what it meant to see a woman a black woman being able to do that spoke to meet in so many ways and I'm on video saying Mr the so thousand thousand thousand seed that one event is what showed him okay quietly dreaming bigger that's an amazing thing I think we will be the first movie not a lot of people knew me in the room and I'm sitting there wondering what it might do it in this room and a lot of Adam sick next minute they said out loud we know who they are like I don't necessarily have like visiting my my idol is really have like a lofty or like a far opinion or like a I don't see same level as them but the moment you do is when we start to realize that all the things that they've done our window reach too that's kind of question you have to get over it take the years when you both winning your book get old I think the older you get the less primitive people you just start to think you know what this isn't it they decided to kind of squash the beef and kind of buried a hatchet she goes leaving they're seeing that's the first thing you have to get over when you're trying to achieve your dreams I posted something that's hard to kind of get it and I knew him when he was playing for Western when school right he was a good player don't get me wrong but it was nothing I could see that he was probably a notch just done dreaming big deal your opinion of keeping your head down in that regard assistant credible place look at it did you do diligence is this idea that surround yourself with people who are also consistently chasing off their dreams who are not spending money on supreme or buying sneakers or loud but if a way to be a footballer I could see what my level what my ball was what the buys the aim towards because he's right there next to me he's kidding I'm watching TV right and that makes it much a level of natural ability that gave him the advantage but there's also this idea that because he was right next to me I could see what I needed to get to see that needs to be a football of course workouts there's some sort of similarities happening there but still does feel weird when you read a place in the room with people that you've long admires people that you've kind of watched their brecca's company WHOA can I see it the here is the type of person he didn't dream big enough list voices here by making sure your dream big this is really a key thing professional blizzard Abba wildly because I went to school would look I oppose right one one of my ex kind of classmates once when I went to school with who I knew back globally uh he's a much much better person than I am and he's probably let bygones be bygones but wow what an amazing career and what amazing that he's done by large and then last going out to random places who are using every amount of coins coming into their pockets to kind of follow into their dream to spending every minute and they have free a new facebook campaigns are too 'cause testing out new marketing strategies or just kind of custody of the hustle is GonNa make you kind of close to be on hustle to because it's something that you can't help it it's an it's an avenue Gamer Gamer essentially you get good too because the Cisco Sicily being exposed at world you're streaming online hanging in the studio was confederate army base and I won't you hear this which meant that there was a confederate soldiers on that face plotting and planning to keep w why a lot of entrepreneurs say to people into changing social group into kind of hanging on says because the route to be successful in just a hardware isn't just the there was a moment that having two thousand five at the legends ball upon people topers legend in my cardiac big I'm looking great I said I'm just absolutely and my thing leaving here I'm going to drink bigger entry avenue archive and Susta makes sense day because didn't shut tonight Talia passats and I can pay the people who else agnew Rubel Okay Cool Debbie look I'm the work I was at this gathering humans speech he gave at the bt would early this year we got to give him a lifetime achievement what I think of some sort and he talks about the need for ownership right and the fact that you know with him again and again I think that's that's really cool to see and again for me like I if it was me and I was tired Perry I'd be like Middle Finger the Senate chosen but let's see what has come up the the CASSIA fee to kind of deal with it also allows dreaming because the hold on if he's doing it I can do it too because he's a kid just let me think for Tyler Perry that must be crucial member to be nice in this too listen to be like no I belong here this should be right seeing somebody that Oprah being celebrated Oh sing just that whole celebration of excellent quote unquote a spider tobacco the this needs to constantly be situated next to a big brand is very interesting to me especially within the niche community but you've been an under represented will far far reaching influence more far-reaching because essentially you will have to be you wouldn't have to be dictated by these I pray that way to pay ownership one and it's got me thinking about wild up why why don't more people within the black entertainment industry decided to vice that doing that kind of way so with the support of major label they kind of use the major label this kind of funding machine completely talks Oscarssowhite he had to go away and do think but this is kind of what he has to say right this and it got me thinking more intense again maybe it's maybe early people that you've floetry magazine people field listen to podcast you kind of absorb every bit of content out there is kind of hard to kind of seal on the convene industry they would just need to be signed you look at the whole laughing complaining that he went to Gaba labeled and he gets obviously when he resigned back toward take like independence in music is difficult to kind of decide to kind of you know go out and find your marketing team Garate and design or design your market that's the major speech about ownership but I don't really think people kind of heat will take much notice but something always kinda wondered right we'll do this money on to help somebody cross while everybody was fighting for a seat in the tables on but Oscar so White House y'all go ahead and do that but why are you fighting for the table I'll be down in Atlanta building my own Nine million negroes enslaved now that land Bub one Negro it's amazing kind of made for made for Blockbuster TV episode where he essentially ended up entire crew but if you look at it from a humane point of run guardian trying to figure out what packing do figure out what the best places to go to radio interviews with these do on your own as a team but there are so then when you push away your undeniable and there's nowhere else and there's no way you can take it on your own maybe par up with a big label but again it's an amazing story. Congratulations beside price doers amazing sign on the highway has Saint Taya prestigious than we thought Linda it just completely inspiring and again I think that kind of inspiration I west damage kind of you know a Western legend by law a one club before you can apply for also backing us a kid he says she'd been out west I'm his whole life the most amazing situation because the people that were involved in their lives a completely been ruined by this kid who they decided to come of us as a cloud machine uses a kind of a human keeping all their operations in house that works as well I would like to see a little bit more of an independent stabbed people just take the lane to be acknowledged it completely on my own cashpoint has now effectively ruined the entire lives where involvement situation but some some people you'd say you know the kids you get the guys needed with against into right the streets Melissa we've got some very interesting comments from one Casanovas regarding six nine as you are aware six nine is going through or has gone through a big trial in the US oh this should be true this is par trajectory to and I need to kind of focus in dire lynn able to kind of be on that on that path to and I think that's the that's so you you'd think that you'd want to be have more ownersh more you think you'd have to have multiple choice of ownership we've been a small I represented community because then it would make your influence more he's involvement with the nine trae gyns sending his involvement with gangs in general New York consigning the whole way his career from zero to a hundred is base of the year at and it kind of and with a sell it from our website I'm GonNa have audit tickets for my own platform a replica TIKKI TIKKI in person company or wherever you may be called do never made a liberal water progress again maybe in his eyes you know he has a different view of how he was created go and he kind of wants our big neighbour push machine to be behind him kind of pushing down the line he was on the same level as a kid Kadi's drake's if he kind of peer group TJ holes and he doesn't see him being able to do that maybe an independent label maybe being licensing itself but we'll go on a ripple through the patches of time and will help you see a lot more than your generation kind of taken a mental on designed to thing if you too because we need more Bratislava dictate the terms they have to meet your your toes because you you had you have audience you have everything prepared you have your students have cameras you have a ready made audience that are engaged I have to do they don't have to go to them to them to get you have to go to them to get draw they have to come to UTICA doors get the renovation and I've wanted maybe it's a heart maybe it's a harder uh essentially lifted the lid on the entire Italian mafia or Italian organized crime go for Italy Spain parts so essentially he might be able to get out by the beginning of next year now especially since they've moved a court date for would they want to get things out away quickness possibly lock those guys up so they wanna get whether it's gonna be able to come back off this career and be able to have a career because now we've learned that for his testimony of stitching these co-conspirators I'll be realized that he may be suffering from some mental illness normally oh they're the head but he's leaving a pre normal life nowadays it's not maybe the best of lives but he is still living and inducements loads of appearance fees Blah Blah but essentially is kind of put musician where he touted his family is hiding had to kind of higher as God so I think if he can do it with having the entire Italian mobile him I think six hundred gonna be able to get away with just fine but essentially customer had survey just in commerce thank you for the Beverage Uso you see more people bowl under obsessively comedian decided to take Missouri and heads in the waiting for the medical permission that's out say next I love interviews where he's life has been completely ruined betting on the cost of books rare because allow them opportunities to come out and capitalizes work screenplays getting those deals guys get involved in street business doing things the street way is that he won't be you can end of you look doing it in smart way and we never say we can never say they were doing it being nowadays and nothing's really happened to and I think six nine probably do the same thing I think of six nine the same way I think of Colorado Savannah the guide I read who soul and of course twelve months and caused a twelve month minutes a million fields the book called a Gommorah of you guys aware of it Roberta Savannah he traveled around with with with security everywhere he goes because he written this book would Comoro six hundred zero situation and yeah interesting take him from customer outside the world surely going the wrong route from to begin with poop even care about the people that he took off the street because nobody cared about they'll be those little talk about you know what he had done for the black community and you know once we telling anyone anything about condoning violence but it was his idea in America really big of a deal I think if you look at people like George Zimmerman right the kid that killed the guy that killed Trayvon Martin brazenly were in they let him it was so we'll give at the end of the day you know what I'm saying a lot about jumping out the window the gagging you know detailing lucrative they were doing he's now going to guess a reduced sentence is going to the time he saw the job's going to counsel was time served he was going to assassinate on the streets guaranteed but nothing happened to us publicly find us going on talk shows he was acting a fool on social media and we kind of assumed every now how he's supposed to be rejected witness protection it was his resume his own career which is very interesting to just give me an interesting case goes but a rat house you're going to be able to small way because it was so brazen sober that it kind of made you feel about these guys actually have braids amid heads below the centered around six a rat was one of the you know he said when he got locked up at miss them on social media right there's always something happened he was kind of essentially he was the apex of Mahjong Hudson such a heavy handed such a brazen way kind of seen as if like you know it was complete amateur hour like how could these guys being organized crime unit when they were just doing so ridiculously obvious and the jury in the presence of My enemies the era of about you know being able to hold that sound do it in the right way really precise hiding artistry obviously the street affiliation had some kind of way in it but the nation was odd what's is the guy here on screen about recommend you haven't checked out Gamarra's a TV series on Sky NA member so variable and he essentially has he's he's detailed of compasses kind of manipulate social media to your to your will right there's always something happening something he was kind of at the Bob the joke Kobe just place or should be to play that trolling game be better trucks that I think even with the album came out people surprise of how good it was his collaborations every single was the top ten with bill one hundred he just had a very keen is what is happening in this is absolutely ridiculous so that was the thing that was kind of crazy and of course these guys are career criminals right they're like kids are just you know again it's unfortunate is walking living meme and he didn't write did it probably the best anyone could of this new generation then you have on the side of it he actually makes a really good tracks right terms of minimal you tend to catch up you but why are you getting him involved in your titties in the moment right why is he holding guns why is he in the call when you rub in invite all the attention to come on them if any should be completely quiet dishes probably had him as far away as possible from their illegal activity easily continue on that way six nine cases people had the same things I want to speak about low by this truth way saying here but this has custody over seven given interview with Bruno's speaking veto around him and he kind of feels as if it was gonNA TACO is back people following him wherever he goes eight br pretty secluded lifestyle but he's alive and well bribing and oh it's an incredible fickle industry music the moment he comes out and get some attraction again the same people that were quoting Ratna wherever it may be will be the first I'd just didn't see what the what the what the benefit was for the nitrate blessed to have six nights back next to them I know what it did for six nine riot they didn't have this life partners sucking so I'm not 'cause weighty had it the way they did it was so heavy handed the way tonight tabloids went about kind of you know having this guy be one of the artists and kind of putting him under their wing was done do not be mobile which is a very good point he makes it 'cause priego place their number one six nine because people actually I think people think the world operates one way people think that but in reality the actual reality of the situation is that in the same way that people who six nine situations to be a war situation or a landmark moment for the entertainment industry all for the world in general especially when you look at the stuff right you to wear the point maybe not the point Lisa this is but they go to the places where they are assured that where they're going to get something at the end of it right like I know I'm going to get checked it all has little at all business nickelodeon but this is the life that you've chosen but six nine would industry that are like pooh-poohing him the problem with the industry is that as we reflection because what it will show that people generally don't really give a shit as much as people think they do what they care about is the music what they care about is the content of being produced from this other stuff if anybody's going to you couldn't take my eyes off them right fucking ballot tally hanging out doing shit that was incredible stuff that'd be able to come back and resume his career it will be a mother like secretly tell him who a public is saying they would never put trump and only election came around they privately vote anyone ever surprise as the same way you're going to see people that were saying all six zebra create you snitch the the Rod Webber got regarding may be in private saying they can't wait for it to come back because it was fun having around got European they did interviews Tim West would be Kinda questioned whether it should be collaborated with him and that's where the morals are principles that some people have go out the window because people don't have physical for the most part he would 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FC 114: Pat Krane Presents: Murlocs After Dark

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

1:38:52 hr | 2 years ago

FC 114: Pat Krane Presents: Murlocs After Dark

"Cats come aboard the dream please make sure you keep hearing an experimental insurance in fact that kind of podcast by a blizzard fan dome about world of warcraft an geeky stuff i promise they do talk about the woman or perhaps they just go off the rails sometimes so i'm presley and this is the second anniversary of the past two years two years and i saw the podcast helped channel and the converge arraigned discord and thought i can do that so this momentous occasion i am joined by c crane tonight of conversion rate podcast k valid news in the conversion rate guilt and this is a person who's been here since episode one the phil corrupted our one lady about even longer before this crazy known train ride and it's been a seven minute ride it's been a fun ride yes i've got i've very very popular but having fun to and last but not least peter scofield 'cause i mean i i like using could face and ponds and all that i'd never met a joke at it like a joke but yeah we will talk about that right now is someone who support the show in so many ways been what am i costa people's run ideas by someone who i since so many dm's do what's been the recipients of many face palm the curator don't you more alley of dungeon fables and all things as they're all in on this episode we decided to do for fun decided that there is nothing better on the university of a podcast that has been had so much help from the pack grain impact she's been in monumental inspiration of it then the peel back the curtain and get the no pat the same way that genre peel back the waters of national tour and i i figured i might as well use they point to reference so the alley let's dive in so pat yeah hi how did you get into gaming i'm in oh gee i'm an original gamer i m v ilk that actually went to arcades windows were thing end i had an atari a twenty six hundred when it was new you know andrea darlas so that's playing hackman an gallagher a an pitfall and all that stuff when i was a kid so i grew up with that you know playing zork before it was a retro in cool went into mud and you know online online on aol which is oh yeah i know i know i know you've got mail and then and then went into other games you know like ps two ps three whatever then finally x box and pc easy games and all that kind of stuff so yeah i mean it started off i i was i was pretty young when i was doing it actually you original pong console for you're tvd you had a hook up and it was really dumb it was the seventies you know at the time it was it had many different switches knobs but mainly knobs and i think michael gains laws pong so so we we better be careful is pretty cool man i you know i have a shirt that says pong onic i and that type of player so yeah there's a problem when he played with beer beer is that whole differently beer pong is different you're gonna be done right on time sure i know somebody who's a grandma who is really great at that game that's which is weird guy should there be careful my parents are not that old their grandparents so so how did you get into are cracking blizzard stuff i don't remember remember what the actual impetus was to get into world of warcraft other than maybe i saw commercial maybe it was trying to remember windy night owls a mohawk a campaign what's going on with dystrophy oh yeah i bet it a fool a in i yeah i mean i was definitely rats when i got in i'm not sure if the commercial hit before or after but it was around that time and i saw it and i'm like going i you know sure why not i'll i'll play at so i bought the just the base game in start playing through it i joined a little tiny guild on an rpg server and i was like okay this is weird kept playing in ukraine route no no it was a feather moon oh yeah same place worthy atro one happened this past weekend oh really yeah loving you hear about that one at this past weekend for the audio listeners so oh gotcha two weekends ago time stuff i'm not good at time yeah no matter where every robbery robbery in wrath i mean i remember like the ozzy osbourne commercials and stuff like that and i know vin diesel still still plays while like there's been the videos of them a word on the street is that he is group i'm not not a hundred percent on he is groups guy right whenever i'm in a dungeon i get route is among among some moving on what would you say you're play style is what do you mean by play style like i do love more of these p p p e d like the pets do you like dungeon rondo like just quest well i've been doing a lot of different stuff a in the last couple of years that i didn't even think though is gonna be doing i i have kinda put rating on the on the back burner ever since i kind of went out a doing a lot of more her wrote mystics staff yeah i was i was kinda burn out by it and i you know i never really stopped breathing but i definitely have put less of a priority on it in my own life a because unlike now i'm just gonna play with friends and stuff you know it's like now gonna hang out and do whatever silver aggression really wasn't i think a so i've been doing all sorts of different solo stuff from leveling speed leveling especially that that's been weird and then a doing a bunch of solo content and in really china do stuff that way but i've never been i was among collector for a while but no not anymore is one too many sandra you know just hanging out waiting for it to spawn i'm like no i'm i'm done yeah i mean there's just a lot of leveling requesting i guess a lately in in some rating out appear curiosity what's your favorite mount a when he goes proud how does how most proud of wow i'm collector wow i probably be 'em what is it this guy river mount the manta ray all the man of race stuff in dc that was pretty close pretty proud of myself when i got that of course you know like to expansions later whatever but still it's yeah yeah exactly i don't care if you don't mind yeah i mean like for me i up until this past one of those the blue posted raking then all of a sudden when they added these selfie mount like that's my that's my job though right right i worry do you like the sound see now i think my mount that i'm most proud of is a lifetime frederick oh yeah well done and i was on my joke after doing the raf joe craft daily an going just you know over there at that it went off and i thought it would be other dragon so and it really paying too much attention and then i tended thank god like no lost time clicked like it's probably dead no still live not even tagged wow wow now yeah i yeah i'm happy that one goes before shorting brute you're story right up it yeah as before a cross rounds okay yes genderless ashley twenty four hours before the cross round start wow and then now it's like it's just like a jack in the box it's hard to get through the drive through with a c a discord grew a rare a oh i can't remember running yeah they are amazing they've gone me a few my other rare ones where they've posted saying hey first come first serve be year what these rules then you can get amount how about that new month though the next month sub mount noncontroversial right noncontroversial right i mean it's in the store in the suburbs end a the the forms are blowing up right now i i don't little bitter only be described as i heard this because i was trying to get the mount from last six months oh yeah i paid for the subscription so i could get a red not one right yup an it net i never got an i put in about five tickets before i just gave up oh yeah yeah that's the worst way to collect mounts by by submitting tickets were saying hey i patroness hatred this why why why why is gonna get and i got one person saying i didn't click on the link i got one person like oh well we can't grab it to you but 'em hey when it comes in the story it'll be cheaper than buying six month the game time i guess he doesn't really know how to do math became the more paying six months of being time and then john extra thirty two canadian dollars on an e you leaders at math and now i just get beginning reasoning why would either my phone i did something wrong but they cannot give it to me but three of my friends had the same issue and they got that sounds like allusive nightmare which is wonderful now yes which i got thanks to silver volt who is running a conversion a virtual raid events what came first be hot cast or they share the podcast it by about what was it a two years i think we start up the podcasts in twenty eleven and then so is like to like a year and a half i guess and we were like going you know we should just have her own guild full of you know really supports raiders and all that kind of stuff because we're a part of it i at the time when we started the podcast and we love hey i eat we didn't wanna we didn't wanna cause any a kerfuffle or anything like that so we went in chain servers chain side so that it meant that it was up fifty five dollar will transfer but that's that's okay i only did it was like two characters three characters then i was like oh i can't do this anymore hence my love of leveling no a but yeah when we did that in january of twenty thirteen so will start a podcast protective services in you are you're using a listing copied from from deepak nc dot com you're on the show runner producer writer host audio design graphic design web designer more of a conversion rate of return to the bottom that news comfort represents podcasts launch pad inside the studio that tv show a case of the mondays days independent music podcast and you also coast and writer of gamebreaker luxury yes so just a couple of shows yes there's just a couple couple over the years yeah you know i i enjoy shows shows i do right now i'm enjoying just one show which is which is probably okay as well you know down the road maybe will they be will open up another show i don't know where it's going i really don't i mean it's kind of one of those things it it's just you got you gotta follow your heart and see how you know like we started converge rate to 'cause we were like going it would be great to do guides and stuff like that and then then i realized how very difficult it is to make a guide especially audio when you can't show people what's going on yeah so then you you find out what works for you and what doesn't so how did you get into podcasting i'm an old radio guy so i actually was a working in the radio industry from a ninety five i think is when i started in basically until the early two thousands and and then i went into it during that time i was doing a on air production voice over promotions kind of you name it as kind of utility guy over there i was i was helping produce on air shows and sometimes being on air sometimes not dependent on the year really cause those working for a group of a radio stations i've always kind of had the bugs for doing stuff what other people in saying stuff i i know that it's very eloquent of me to say that it's like a pattern though yeah yeah and so it's i've always kind of done that and then in two thousand six i figured i learned what podcasting was back before pretty much everybody off an started up independent music podcast and that's where i got my first real taste of it and really liked it is really difficult to tell us who is listening there were metrics or anything like that there wasn't a fancy grafted told you how many people were listening distaff well is that after like three or four months i was like you know what i'm just gonna bail on this 'cause i i really couldn't see any feedback and i i wasn't really doing much except spending a lot of time producing this thing right and so in so i was like okay whatever and then i stopped doing that and then in twenty eleven is when i came up with doing a little piece a that was called leading the raid i think for the amc podcast i did like a two minute bit at the end of their show an people seem to like it net wednesday beginnings of ctr yeah so yeah it's amazing i hold like at the end of the show will have asked bucks we will have overly dramatic news so it's it's cool that they the roots of that yeah every time i hear those guys i'm like going on man it's so great the they're still creating content they're still doing stuff with the community and they're still they're still having fun with what what they're doing to and i think i i understand mukalla still doing stuff with a podcast so i think he moved from segments into helping with the the main part of the show cool i love those guys over there yeah i i've never joined the guy i thought about it and then i got to scare so then i ended up joining like in both sides already incorrect ray got scared scared by the sheer size of it yeah he yeah i mean it's weird i'm in cpr but i feel comfortable cr feel all right i think whatever that means for you i'm glad you're apart of ctr the i remember one tuned over there joined must have had area just kind of test the water and then i moved all thirteen and my ten onto the server in the only three of them are in ctr but that's the point over it'd be part cpr because it's such a great community and there's so many wonderful people in there i'm on a one of the great teams potter ctr in it's pretty wild we were blessed pretty early by a lot of great people to help steer the ship because it got so out of control like right away 'cause we open up in like late january of twenty thirteen by february we had like two weeks later we had her second guild already or something like that yeah and then there's like a month or two later we had her third guild and then they just kind of blew up from there and then then i'm like after are fifth skilled i think i said well let me just make ten just in case in will see what happens after and so i made ten and we just kept on adam it's got kinda stupid for a little bit thankfully we had a the people in place to be able to manage that pretty well all things considered an a we've had a great a leadership team well cpr ever since we started so it's been bad part is been really really great i think you are up to seven thousand five hundred and forty six character's across ten guild in cpr yeah i know that at one point it was over nine thousand wow i never know that so that was pretty cool is you know i mean it it comes and goes but i mean i think are lowest when we've had all ten guilds i think are lowest it's been like sixty five hundred and we've been over nine thousand so i mean it's just an incredibly large collection of people which is great when you're talking about trying to support raiders yeah you know i mean it's it's like hey you wanna raid you wanna rate in all types of different difficulty do mythic plus dungeons and all that kind of stuff well guess what you've got a ton of people over like i've been running let's see a rubber tune coalition with oh yeah there as damp with kerry as a leader and that's just a great group of people so i know and i have friends and a couple of other rates to and so i know like it's just it's bigger smaller on west fresher oh good guy i've done stuff with baseball they're amazing yeah i'm with hump day heroes and sometimes i joined with bacon in kegs all these people are just so positive so primary will help as well it it just overall amazing yeah it's a it's a pretty wild and we have i don't know what the actual number is of the number of great teams so we have like officially but it's like a couple of dozen or more i think it's more than that but a couple of dozen easily and that's kind of that seems like a lot but it's cool because people can get into what they want like sure i started they re team that that will a raid a twitch chat whenever will be correct raider the converted is happening nice so you've seen a lot of things happening in podcast and everything was the craziest thing you've seen so not not in podcasting that's for sure a the craziest thing i've seen is actually in my radio days and i don't know if i really wanna get into it too much no i did not see i worked for i worked for a rock and roll radio station and we were the howard stern station so i'm just kind of kind of leave it there because that kind of opens the hottest i think that explains in as i understand it this show is not necessarily doesn't necessarily go there we try to stay stay above the fold right i mean or not were yeah yeah i did the f word on eight post show one time and just the reactions yeah all right but that's where you're talking about on cnn cut out his i i remember you talking about this about the stars like okay okay so there's yeah there were there were lots of interesting times there some of which i was a involved in in some of which i was not the stuff that i was involved in i was really not bad involved kind of i was there had to be there for a specific reason but i was not trying to do anything weird okay start he was asking did you meet howard stern himself no i got to meet a couple of other guys though i i got to meet jackie and 'em oh man i forget his name now but i got to meet a a couple of the guys from the show not bubbling i will be fully honest i have no clue about that radio show how we not canada maxwell maybe it's now he's doing like exam or something like that so he's doing satellite radio now which is probably best for him for his show 'cause he talks candidly with everybody in usually ties the game does i dunno talk about their butts you know something stupid like that so or talk about their sex life and that's the one thing that we talk about here but i really honestly i what is nonsense i thought we only talk about her sex lies on the show will talk about he got his wife a lot yeah i i have a wife in fact you were just playing with my wife earlier so oh boy really now i'm married a while so you're right right i gotcha so what would you say is the biggest challenge you've had overcome in life my gosh there are so many 'em biggest challenge i usually have to overcome on a regular basis is 'em stage fright 'em i do a lot of voice over an auditions and all these types of things where i am in performance mode an when you're in performance mode for me personally the reason why i like voiceovers 'cause usually i'm by myself like i do a lot of stuff from home sometimes i have to go in in in the studio reid with people there and when that happens man i am out of my element and how do i fight back and how do i do that thing in even though i do it on a semi regular basis not really a try to do it mostly from home but it becomes difficult and so like when i go on stage like a couple of years ago that was a that was a really big one for me when i was out of bliss con and i actually went on stage at bliss con my mind was just reeling i'd guy couldn't believe that that was actually happening when i was a part of the instant show over bliss con really cool to end the first ten seconds of that whole thing i merely poop my pants no not not really but i could have maybe no i was i was super nervous so i just had to like pull myself together not pay attention to be audience into my dick you know just try to do what you know in china block everything else out it's tough i would never mind you would have stagefright just let that drives me to say boy everything just seemed like it's i mean it's just one of those things where it puts pressure on your performance i i'm not a hundred percent on why always kind of lose confidence a little bit because i feel like the pressure is gonna put some kind of strain on what i'm trying to do in so that part kind of sets me off and then there's these these people are judging me especially when i go into a studio for live reader something like that like these people are judging me in real time neck and then i could see them back and see them staring at me and i could see them talking to each other there's usually clash between so so i could see him staring at me and talking in what are they doing most of the time it's just you gotta get no people be friendly be nice and everything just kind of sort itself out but there is that initial like plus some kind of an introvert a little bit not pick up here you know it's it's not it's not like agree just said it's not like i'm a shutdown or anything like that but i mean it is kind of one of those things wrapped up kind of pull myself out to to go meet people especially like bliss con i need like serious downtime i get a between all these different gatherings and stuff like that 'cause i just need to collect myself and then i can go out and do more it's weird i think i can relate to what you're saying is doing this will be scariest thing i mean like right now you'd never know the thousands of people that are watching or listening but yeah i mean it is it getting past that safe right like i recharge when i'm editing right the other thing that i had a growing up as a kid is i had a list and i had a little bit of a starter and you could still pick up the stunner the list thing i think that's taking care of now but the starter will come back especially when i'm nervous or don't know exactly what i'm gonna be saying next that could happen and i'll just kinda stall out for a little bit it's not bad at this point but having the overcome those physical things and then you have this mental thing of stage fright or you know something similar some just kind of anxiety i guess yeah it in compounded self serving boy in chat once now how do you get over the stage fright i try not to think about it i tried really focus my energy on what i'm doing i kind of liken it to if you're talking about real stage fright going out into a theater on a stage in seeing an audience in front of you and you start getting nervous about it when you need to do is you need to focus on what you know in really concentrate on that stuff i find that if i can zone everything out to a little bit of an extent and just remember how i rehearsed it or how i've been reading this line for the last twenty minutes and i i know the stupid leinen i know how you want many of these words now it's just let's do this thing right let's get through it and i think especially after a couple of times with voiceover specially after a couple of times you just kind of forget about it and you can be a little bit more comfortable with it on rooster says put on horse blinders that works to you i bring everyone mick jagger summer that a you know sometimes that can add complexity especially at that radio station race rodwell area was in you didn't have to visualize it sometimes you know power while she was back in the early two thousands i'm not sure that things are as wild as they were back then yeah back in like be a wild times and like you mentioned the times of podcasting 'cause you've been around a long a long time and you were one of my inspiration start the show in the podcast launchpad has been monumental in its guy 'cause like i need this podcast by timothy idea mickens got like reagan hosting okay lipson and i i think i use the coupon code pat so i think i i did all that stuff nice learning all the stuff the go along with it definitely a great guy so check it out and i'm even wearing the shirt thinking alex yeah i just like wow that's an old shirt man was a couple years old anyway 'cause i remember sending that outs announcing that was kind of like this staying of can i start a podcast launch pad number one i wanna make sure that i had a a something to give everybody free and then that was actually an entrepreneurial move where i was trying to figure out of that could become a business in that figured out that other people had had probably a better sense of what that business was after i try that out for like six months or something like that an i'm like you know what i think maybe i'll just tap out but i wanna like right now i'm i've still got it on my desktop i'm trying to do some edits on it as i can to come up with some of the new techniques and some of the new gear that's out there and try to incorporate that into it maybe it'll be updated a soon but i think that soon is gonna be with the tm after it okay you know what i mean but anybody could go to podcast one dot com right now in download the free guide a in check it out and see what you think it up they will come out with a half life becomes out at that's right that's right when a a star crab ghost is gonna come out okay right circle goes when tightened comes out in title has has been you know it comes out yeah right right and you're like okay i gotta give edited out right so i have a funny story about z podcast launchpad really quick oh so so back in the early days on my podcast friendly told me about it so i downloaded onto my phone second reid it well i finally got the time in just the desperate desire to read it when i was at this long game my hair colored so i'm wearing glasses three you you're not in video chat andy and i had to my glasses off get my hair colored so while i was sitting i literally have my phone like right in front of my face like color was setting and it was really awkward next really weird looks nice care as as enjoying it so thank you for all your work on that well that's good yeah it took me a that took a little bit of time so they put that together so but you know i think that it came together pretty well in in there may be a couple of gaps in there but will get those fixed up in an i was actually thinking about it i've been thinking about it off and on for the last couple of years and i'm like going you know that would really be a much better youtuber type of thing where i could do videos for it but i just need to be able to spend the time in yeah that's that's always the thing that alludes me is time yeah time oh there's never enough time with the crew mistress mhm so what advice would you give current content ten creators are people looking to start a podcast number one do what you love you which you know in do friends that's really it i mean those three things will help you start the journey it's not the thing that will if you really wanna get into podcasting as eight job then i would move out to new york and go visit one of the many different podcast companies out there and a lot of war i guess there's one in a seattle maybe or maybe it's portland i don't remember there are a few different podcast places around but i think they're like four or five big ones in new york especially w n y c something like that they all kind of base they're so themselves off of a the npr style of podcast you know those wonderful crime stories and we're drama stuff that is all kind of read like and npr host but if you don't wanna do that then just do what you do what you love do as friends have a lot of fun and check it out the world needs more boyce's andy yes the world could use your voice if you don't have friends this is the best way to make friends i have made so many friend yet stimulus yeah in the gaming nearly childbearing terry again message one day like hey you wanna be on my podcast nice sure sure sure why not and look at that and now you guys were friends and and that's the way that i made friends with the guys on ctr that's what the guys on cpr when we first did are first show i knew h rick diseases on my rape team team but solar and cold train no not really i didn't really know i kind of knew what they were able to provide but i didn't know them personally in we just got to know each other over overtime and that's the way it's been with pretty much all the different co hosts on the show you know get to know if they're a good fit hey let's keep doing this thing let's keep on going do you still get messaging about here that asparagus eating habits oh sure i get stuff like that all the time yeah yeah i all the all the different inside coal train jokes yeah yeah holdouts like be a food inferior episode with michael height where he did a view in a michael hey let's go train i heard about the oh i heard it then i hear the whole thing i did i only here parliament i know i heard some of it at least so yeah i was gonna say oh boy oh right right that's how you needed an fortune cookies yeah you're right you're right fortune cookie that's all the matters you just make it entertaining for yourselves that's all it could be in you never know when you start their podcast you might be able to start a guild just like trade in or you could help i mean like you're talking about lagging balls earlier though like multiple describe what those guys i mean they already had their guilt but because of their show because of the popularity of it now they have to guilds yeah there's not a few high cats that have died i guarantee it and everything based it's not that podcast and you know they're doing really well yeah exactly in the community helps feed the podcast the podcast helps feed the community so it's very cyclicals together yes it's lovely are all this say an inside joke and stuff like that is a baseball hosting seen it yet have chicken my head many times how did you handle on area pulled trainings and solar and myself we did some digging into the we didn't wanna pdp realm we knew that we also didn't want an rpg realm because that's the one that we were just on with her then rang answer were like let's just do a normal normal ram alliance side will need a kind of scope something out we want something that's kind of okay already because if this thing doesn't work out were screwed and we're gonna need to have some people do maybe joyner silly little small guild in our work and i need the joined join other people at some point someplace it has raiders but the population is isn't too crazy huge so we went around in an area peak was one of those it had eight top one hundred team on it and they align side was as far outweigh the the horde side in yet so we we took it over with our own purposes and then people have hated us ever since everywhere i go i see pervert arabian makes me smile yeah i i'm wondering like a quiet even in old zone late summer just waved at me or i joining a dungeon group is a random ctr person in that it makes yup yup and i it's like anytime that i'm just kinda like hanging out and just like standing around a in a capital city somewhere i'll just wait and see how many a cpr folks that i see and i'll try to wave to i'm not necessarily the best at it because i'll just you know sometimes amount on alter whatever doing banks stuff but it's weird how many ctr folks there are on eerie big there's a bunch so what would you say where you're hopes and dreams for the guild an have you're expectations been that 'em my hopes and dreams a no odd let's see a my hopes and dreams were the guild i didn't know is gonna happen i tried not to pin any hopes and dreams on it because were coming for me i eat this could be something large large maybe not necessarily but it could be something large so we kind of plan for that was when we were doing are scope out a very peak were like going it's not it's not really heavy population so that means that there's room for growth possibly we didn't know we were gonna take it over we didn't know the that's the reason why eerie peak is always always always in the red you know i thought maybe maybe that's the case i end a that was really the only thing is like just make sure there's enough space just in case and i'm glad that we did so yeah definitely i definitely i never grimy dober yeah i have all my lights it's tuned over there now except for my a my argument in but now you know the higher than challenge tune should not be a were you were you have all your other characters i don't think there's any easy to cheat so you're doing the iron man challenge do it on a do it on her realm far away from all of your other tunes and then you can't possibly cheat or well you can cheat you yeah it's it's pretty easy to cheat in that one but you need where all you need to do is just where a the green parrot gloves and you're done well yeah and they beat vici if you use the dodgers dot com then they will instantly flagging yeah exactly i my my my man challenge to and it's the only level panicking nixon scapula whom anymore right so much fun though it is it once you're on you're fifty two and you're like okay now you are you playing it was are you playing at the way where a if you have a pet class whatever if you're pet dies pets dead forever no on the plays that like oh i'm doing that what is the best thing that's ultra tough for hunters yeah but i guess you couldn't team a new one because because that's allowed but i dunno know just ride the never ending story reference oh yes if you get it all over again is there anything you redo differently all of it like the podcast the guild everything yeah or my life you're you're right i'm sure i have some regrets i've you know but i guess that wouldn't put me where i am today so i mean i i don't know that i would do anything really all that different obviously without the the podcast stuff sure i mean there were we made tons of mistakes we made horrible but not really horrible mistakes but we made i dunno i mean it's it's just kind of one of those things where you could look at anything in and try to examine it and say yeah you know i would do something different but i think in the long run i mean an to make the answer probably a little bit easier for me no i'm not i'm i'm i'm fine i'm i want to examine it too much and i'll be like oh man i did what i did what i try to just put it behind me and just and just try the you know be cool man enjoy when i got in the people that that see you're you're you're passionate like oh and they they find some something that they really do like i had somebody listen to this show because i made a mistake in the first episode and they're like okay that that that podcast is called like nice yeah i mean in the end the mistakes make you a realized what the mistake was in an corrected on your own just a just in the moment right so i mean it's not like it's a learning experience that's what i consider all mistakes you know they're not all happy accidents no they're they're not there you can have some mistakes and that's fine you just onum learn from an try not to repeat on an a an that'll be good so what would you give to someone wanting to create again for their community i've been kind of out of the guild creating game for a while and i don't know how it works these days without being able to join groups kind of at a whim right i mean with the group find her in and all that stuff it becomes a little bit easier to figure out you're community i think you know back in the day back when i was really doing the guild hustle and stuff like that we had the get no people on her server because that would be for looking for dungeon with the thing right so that's how you gotta know you're people and that's how you you created guilds in now it's not so much that way and so it's it's a very different realm i think so so i'm not i'm not sure i think as long as you have friends you're regularly having fun with i mean just start there and then if you wanna grow make a podcast so what would you say is the best thing that's happened to you since he started the guild an since he started the podcast best thing was the bliss con deal seriously i mean that was a ton of fun i actually you know what i'm gonna put that is number two or three on the list there is that but really there have been many more examples where i met so so many cool people by many cool people i mean there are lots of really interesting fun freaky folk and are guild which is beautiful beautiful thing and there are so many characters in the gal which is one of the things that i've always looked at as a as a positive even though sometimes you can get a clash of personalities going on in and stuff like that in any big community like that in we definitely had a few of those but overall that means that it's a fun vibrant community of folks trying to do what they love to do which is awesome and i've met so many people through podcast that i wouldn't have met otherwise a including called training and solar flare and like a lot of people over boy is kind of talked in a bunch of times which is really cool he's a super smart he's wicked smart i think is what they would column on the east coast all the all kinds of people in josh allen i you know i mean the list goes on and on i got to awkwardly hang out with ghost crawler back in the day ashley i got i awkwardly hang out with him a couple of times once bliss con and then once it nerd tack dealer and we were just like standing standing that's what we were doing you're just adding manning in proximity to each other and it's like oh how's it going good how are you good and then nothing for like thirty seconds all right i gotta go see see see you later greg gotta go i mean it's just it's weird stuff like that i mean that really kind of makes everything special is amazing beat the people that i've seen you interact with i mean i've is telling this last week that it's cool to see both direct on cnn i mean you see that that friendship the fact that the vote if you love gaming and you're just like every tuesday like oh yeah let's talk and all that it's an awesome thing the see it's kinda like you guys just get to witness are conference call you know i mean whoever were talking to that night you know if it's just this guy that's great if we bring in john horsemen or foreign or or shark or something like that will have a much different conversation obviously because we all have different passions and stuff like that but you guys just get a witness are weekly conference call and that's kind of cool 'cause we were just hanging out were just friends were just you know you're just interested in talking about gaming and stuff like that and and yeah will will try to make sure that you guys included you know everybody's included but at the same time the friendship is real yeah and i i like to make people feel included in that sexy one why listening to real maintenance with jen i i'm very sure i say it right because the capital's american again whatever's listen to their about podcasting and i was like i'm cuba to podcast john here for total because i am a has been on all the guys roth has been on here on another show so we have this year so i said give me a made up podcast name come up with a description you know these we're just asking for trouble here right oh really okay all right just making sure i figure they must be freaky wild or fun freaky in far out this is that what you said about cpr sure i know when i said remember what kind of its members members of warming up you know i'm asking you all all these questions about like what what what did you say question one that could be the first one came from amanda and they say no it included a gif of neil patrick harris saying stop it mhm i would say this'll be a podcast about this is really difficult that what this one newman here's the host any talking to people about things when they're licensed they stop it no so let's say the motivational podcast okay oh yeah you go yeah will go that just when you know people are doing silly bad habits over and over the he he just cause ascendancy like no suffering right just like that yeah i could see that one sure it works i mean it's it's it's it's number one in the video podcast number two it's it's about fifteen seconds long yeah he just he just said no they display the bad thing and then neil patrick harris comes up in slaps in the face or something and just said no they get cops theme song and they add voice and then end credits that i like that in furniture actually a much longer the actual podcast yeah i think i think i did i yeah it i i had a podcast that actually was longer than there is one episode of of a project worthy ending bumpers will be ups while that's all right nice yeah all right so the next one is it's from a tense creed they said dusk boy i am thinking vampires kind of dust going jagger and i could see that yeah yeah yeah so i kind of getting a hold down pyre we'll we'll probably you know talking about i'm trying to remember all those like the the movie lost boys with the vampires in it and maybe they they kind of going off that you know that feeling of maybe they do maybe they're talking about vampires shows like meyer shows only on netflix i don't know why netflix but i know there's another thought because my wife watches and there's about seven hundred different shows that involve vampires of some sort of i know one of the vampire diaries so maybe the time now on and then there's also shadow hunters i had the empire's in it a regional think of another one of the original just spin off of a vampire diaries right yeah i know i know that's not anything so so you've already got the show on lock so now now just start it up yeah absolutely but you're monitoring everything you're gonna go i got the hot vampires on the tv shows like england gotten mariam that that's what it is now the hot vampire boys podcast called nice a well a epic insanity he wrote in and said the cheese smugglers podcast oh ho now i know ethic is in the middle of wisconsin somewhere so so this is a show that actually stars him right he will go up to wheels the cheese entire wheels not just slices there anything like that but wheels and he will go up to them in smell smell them and tell you number one what hind it is number two what year it's from andy number three the name or number of the cow medically links to double check an yes and he he may or may not look at depending on how angry his beard is so you gotta you gotta including beard that's right yeah yeah yeah right yeah it's just it's an it's basically the cover art for it is just a beard with cheese right above it would be like smelling the beard down here knowing the cheese and then the beard is down below i'm not perfect yeah i i think insanity next podcast you should get on that yeah yeah yeah he needs another one more thing in attleboro reverb epic high bureau posted he remember say jim i i'm always thinking of a storm so i'm a gift man i mean you know i it's just it's just as peanut butter yes true it's true right sorry sorry let me but in even if even the creator says it's just an and you know what i'm like no you're wrong you should've you should it's it's transfer graphical interface something right i mean this is not what it all right we're gonna it's not draft nickel it's not about a giraffe at all certainly though nobody cool so they're jeff was of someone saying whether michael jackson thing i just came here deep popcorn in retirement no stinking every single thing has comments especially today's mountain news their comments as a person reading the comments an ex out of popcorn in the background how about a v somebody's reading the comments of movies 'cause i associate popcorn movies in there is kind of a twitter account at does this already but they do the comments off of amazon comments on on movies so nice one of the internet when we were in fact i could see a you know 'em to people you know making comments on some announcers comment an it so entertaining that people just happy popcorn and then they have a popcorn promotional code that you know if you listen you gotta go get some feedback in a tight boy you've got the better title pop comments oh oh gotcha that's actually better yes it i learned a new phrase this week flock corned apparently is they popcorn kernels but don't pop that i did not know that doesn't work for them now that word i just called him overly called back in the day back in the day they were recalled like old widows or something like that i can't remember exactly what it was just gone bad yeah they're side colonels it in pop a column garbage garbage i do you like the ones where you can crack it a little bit i always try i got the colonel's on but my my bag kind of make okay crunch and then like the ones that don't spit back into the bag shown his boss exactly and then also how you're kind of letting your freak flag fly their body and also like the benefit of a little bit better okay free their marriage nerd as i see now players they got our first of all my gosh okay moving on an excellent comes from mary elite and they say around the gnome globe so i'm gonna say this is about gnomes around the globe in their different cultures ooh that's world cultures or a world cultures like earth or why explore both i like that yeah yeah so you know i think it should be a podcast about trapping gnomes in snow globes i write my ring around the holidays knees and you know how those globes it come out the snow globes come out and you can go inside of her whatever a so it's just about trapping i'm in there and said clicking garden gnomes you're collecting like snow globe gnomes yeah yeah like it right and then you make demar out and then you get him out telling your friends i mean they are small enough i could see that working that'd be good that'd be good you didn't up in her pocket and then you give then then you have a friend they're like hey here you go holidays and you're you're all known globe you know you just shake them and they like feel the earthquake and they do a little dance has now turned down yeah it's good it's good so they like you could say hey my little friend so friendly said dead batteries i i'm picturing a podcast about people who don't really have the energy their their life is kind of like law and they're gonna give him tips on how to get more energy in you know jazz hands sean and you gotta have the chance hand true true so it's kind of like a self help saying hey year down as well let's change the batteries all right i i pictured but as they a as a hate crime podcast you know those a billy bass things the singing fish yes andy he's just laying on the floor kind of flopping kinda slow a little bit and the singing is become all verbally a because because he's running low on on the battery it's the case of killing the billy bass who did it concluding see my first thought with people who rage when they're wireless mice run out of batteries trees but that'd be more of a video podcasts end really paulie negative an anger but sometimes it's just it's like watching a train crash you just can't lose weight yeah you gotta watch like those i like watching the rage it's it's whatever outrage on stream the stream of course but it's it's fun to see me raise something all right all right so mikey says he missed the title of bones over bacon now this one i don't know it might be like bones like like dice right i mean there sometimes called bones and it could be either i mean it could be a dmv he thing but i think if you're rolling the bones or whatever it's more like you're playing a rule not realizing oh what's the what's the one i dunno i dunno these gambling game i dunno real world vegas style gambling games crash you're i mean it could be yahtzee really could be no craps it'd be craps being played while eating bacon ooh maybe well maybe can't have the bacon while you play so you have the bacon or you play or you're playing on top of the bacon so aaron rodgers gets freaky in see a the gambling money currency that would be bones for for bacon wouldn't it so i dunno see other thing in like a like a breakfast andy podcast like dnd sessions that were like happened during wreck oh sure sure yeah yeah yeah you could do oh you could do how about this this'll be a great a like a great twitch idea so for all those streamers out there here you go you play like horror games like those jump scare games early in the morning while having breakfast yeah then at some point this stuff is just gonna fly you know you know that it's gonna happen it's kind of like mouse trap you remember that game at the border where it's gonna end at some point the trap is gonna spring in somebody's gonna jump a little bit and then everything just goes everywhere so maybe that's it maybe have a good actor work yeah yeah yeah i mean you whenever you're not like doing something physically you can't can't we can't hold it you actually have to be holding invite baking order or like a tv tray or something like that where you have the controller underneath it and then yeah ooh it'd be chomp you're you you just shoot it off into the year and then you would hope that and then you know that you have a pet of some kind of so you financially undergoing cleaning up well my cat would just be like what is this 'cause right a well you can't make a bet if you can't make it better make it much much much of course absolutely that's one of the rules i've i've learned over the years is when you were in who made based on last could see this time in baseball it wasn't me trying to bite my tongue since is a pg show i think it was maybe our well well maybe gave out your i guess that well i i think it's time for another person andrew my kaffee says it came from beneath the podcast so speaking of things coming from from below so i was thinking of this one yeah how like when you recordings and you have a table and stuff like that and like stuff on the floor it's all be we were talking about all of the gross things underneath and saying like here's a film the floor during the podcast addition and stuff like that maybe maybe i see that i don't have anything for you on this one came from a need a podcast really yeah really trying to work but you know it's gonna be gross that's the one thing probably it's it's gabby grocer at least kind of cd at best so definitely explicit take on this one okay no problem says it could be eight goosebumps podcast ooh maybe bring other movie i think i'd be making a third one i see i think rumble cats will be maybe a kind of like have you ever seen those videos where they get to famous people and they wrap it off yeah yeah i see kind of like that where they will be having different gas andy we kind of do a raffle of some sark yeah i could see that in in kind of like the the rumble or it could be a thing about a funny cars 'cause we ended the rumble of be a engines an ad that is like it adds some are that would be a really short short as america's you blow everybody out you and you're like seriously be like oh and then odia everybody be like i am out of here i'm scared you lord me in with the whispering in the little taps and stuff like that you just went full on in the hot rod why why why did you do that that's so stupid see rumble cast me made me think of rumble in the jungle which made me think a girl boss arena says taking into wow and making it'd be like an arena podcast lincoln wow arena podcast about the arena world championship right maybe maybe i was thinking of you remember the war like these different force feedbacks x box vs you're in sixty four she's a playstation is they retro review of all the different title maybe like which one of his better indifferent games and talking about like what the experience was even get a little but it's out as you're going along with it nice so the next one is mac in year since a mob pluck yes the person who picked up out of nowhere gun or a he said a shark kadam i q hd i see as podcast full of sarcasm but it's subtle sarcasm so the gives doesn't know that it's oh hi cat in april fools day kind of deal that would be interesting if somebody who's really good at passing lie detector tests that would be yeah yeah i don't mind that i can't tell us customers well i should be a part of the show that may be a microcosm like i'm very i'm not oblivious sir i'm not yeah i'm very transparent right a let's see kate both says destroy all gnomes i don't like this one now this this podcast is extremely happy has to be has to be like that the the most most joyous most happy fun podcast out there where it's more about smiles in good times and everybody says all the time as they bonk gnomes on the head sheldon it's all about the number hunting then right so so but it's all about absolute joy i mean like the stunning like exceeding feeding happiness sitcoms only from killing now completely stone that oh you know i mean it's it's good times all around that's what i'm saying wow i actually watched it wasn't even now yes we're gonna make this happen fazli when i was thinking about a there is a cartoon and it was like the happy fun woodland creatures they were just the best friends and they were so bad yeah i'm sure they would die but they were so happy when they when they did stuff there's like you feel you're i the thing like i said again yeah right right that'd be that'd be told you told me insurance like i just actually doing broke that yeah wow they're also reminds me of this posted a video of months back about somebody in thought to be six who created a death trap and they were wearing a top out in the whole time people would enter in playing country road take me home to the it's just like so happy people being murdered and clobbered by all these monsters is this yeah it does crossing no joke man yes fun video though was made a really great video and somebody who is amazing podcast is hospitals looney and they picked a few different things i'm gonna picks to one that i like is dancing about architecture it would be asked me a video podcast with an audio twist you have to explain blaney architecture you are dancing but at the same time you're also seeing everything about their picture without saying it kinda like explaining in the worst possible way and then you have a guess at the end what were they describing it it's definitely an architecture fine you're trade with china and it still verbal suddenly they audio listeners will listen but they're dancing in there also dancing around the idea mhm i think your burger place you'd be like say oh no i'm meet meet stand a are now like describing an art so if you are describing he pointed object that stopped in the middle it helps keep things up in the air it has been much much better but described in that 'cause that's very right another one that tosh posted it was the weekly sink and i was thinking about that being andy style of lifestyles of the rich and famous except it's about the different sinks that people have whether it's from the rich people or the opposite and everything in between and all the craziness that could ensue firm that oh because konya hey in kim crash in both have eight weird sink in their house it wasn't sure if they do like it has like no bowl in it it it stops in this one area with on video in like amazon vogue and stuff like that i i love how arrogant yeah i did not like if i were if i were guessing what kind of think that i would say is it in the shape of kim's but i mean really everything i mean that's that's a good call good i mean you know she she really she really really likes that thing so i mean you know why not have a sink and it's just like that i've never seen it oh well my nose is growing probably one of the things to along knows yes at every things are are everybody needs a sick i mean everybody watches their hands in the same place or should wash their hands if you don't wash their hands bathroom shame on you if you're if you're the bathroom right now one don't be streaming on twitch into washing hands or you know streaming on twitch yeah no there's no streaming you're streaming on twitch yeah don't do that the bathroom run very disrespectful yes rasmus nation in the bathroom they're not doing anything other than their streaming streaming in the bathroom because that is where they do stuff not not bathroom related if they're all they're all about the public and you don't wanna do that stuff public bathroom but i can't do it without you remember that might be a little bit more amusing you just lock the doors no burnt torched doesn't have a ton of weird policies and this really one really weird but it's definitely only a policy we definitely saw that 'cause they did it would put to the test in the last few weeks yes yes all right so bored auto came up with this being grilled all of this podcast and how to think about this one made me think of martinis for some reason 'cause you know the all martinis maybe it's a podcast about grilling but like really fancy fancy fancy grilling were drinking martinis and grill something i guess right now is it like a grilled cheese i just sent out a us canadians car barbecue barbecue but apparently is a grill who isn't that kind of grill i just think fancy milk cheese see see now i think it should be about the grilled all of his podcast is obviously about these women all named all of that have done very bad things in their life and they're being they're being questioned by police you know they're only only of their name is olive not olivia go by our this effect yes and it's the grill dollars podcast laundry daryl variation right by right michael gains said under merle walk mood oh mike so 'em i'm assuming it's a podcast with all bomber locks and all they do is talk like immer lock you know the i don't have my flipper with me i have the clippers are there in a different room but you know the real exam which is cute adorable it'd be a in that's all the whole cast is now is maxing out which was murdoch's would understand but we we can't end they give the very big topics because we wouldn't know it'd be offended by well see here's the thing becomes it's under the moon is probably an after mark potash oh monologues after dark which is just that one merle occidental warcraft movie though these are all just like that at home all you see i was originally thinking like eight video podcast of murder locks performing different dances end popular musical dams numbers and that kind of thing but i kinda like you're more lax after dark better good make would appreciate that too yeah it's got it's got a it's got some some teeth on it or flickers well you know well whenever i mean it's good are saying power that's what i'm trying to entice people in a listen to it and relax editor dark yeah i mean i i'd be on that show well i'm not in lockstep high make some really bad and relax and you'd it has to get the right action because you don't want to offend the more lax true true department would have to be like be a question in a in north around wearable yeah yeah oriented humor liked to have seen yes well i wanna thank you guys for that just like these ideas that we have in hopefully somebody takes lindsey ideas and runs at the end some of this stuff andy i know a guide i wonder if the packers about short ferrara audio listeners i know guide me we send you to off the three of you of course everybody home i i decided i'm sucking emma we wanna put alley against hats or tony this is a bad idea first off around this gone sucking office just a bad idea i think we have enough time for both of them could be one whole cardi yes absolutely a boy alright i heard about this and i've been i've been reading everything a trivial that i could possibly find 'em necessarily about about the games or anything like that just just about everything and i think i'm i think i'm mostly not ready so cool maybe you can let me run i get my question can raw yeah i'm i'm not that great athlete i just get credit giving out be questions farm there's no names involved it's easy when you're when you're the questioner press fair and all that kind of stuff at all whatsoever i haven't had that all i just grabbed random hard and you know rena i'll skip from d a trivial pursuit warcraft game which has i need to start taking that out and like rerun cards before i'm on your show with emma so unprepared yes yeah pretty much so eight change that were doing the rules because of editing is like that is i will time each person from minute freeze questions so at the end of it i have aids up one horn to end v the question a minute breach question yes my god all right yeah you're basically 'cause we've had it where someone couldn't figure it out and we could wait you know ten minutes before bench lou they figure it out or down it just you know just give them a minute now i'm yeah if kobe lightning round so i figured hey let's make it lightning sure it'd be the same thing i don't know how that one either that's great perfect all right let's go first i think pass you go first 'cause he's the new one i'm gonna say be opposite all right okay you have the option a seventy six sixty five let's see man is this the first question is this is really hard let's do let's do seventy six okay 'cause people say that i resembles soldier seventy six yes they were students in the grilled soldier yeah so while i i actually it's weird 'cause hasbro just came out with e m with a seventy six rifle it looks just like it doesn't it doesn't come out until november so i wouldn't be a blue a bring it west for a bliss con but oh wow all right so that you're first question is in which is known kenny a bomb nation now at stitches he found a in which zone is that a man ellen's balanced tough i could give you the continent let's see north ran an it's a it's in e m i you sure did they ran around i i'm i'm not gonna i'm not stewing is not gonna give me there i don't know these things i don't know them i just go to them and then i kill them around in classic i'll just put that out there yeah it was in a it's not gonna help me at all my asserting the deal it's not gonna help me at all in mind start with the c i dunno starts with the i in it ends with a don't know okay so okay d answer was desk good all right okay you're now after you're next question what are the two of the three sharman specialization bothers restoration restoration of course and then there's in hance meant and a then there's elemental yet you've gone through 'cause i play shonen look at every once in a while i'll be on classic yeah i you're next question is which dragging aspect a leads the braun dragons light which aspect leads the bronze dragon flight yup a member these are all before ma or jaren mop or miss whatever you wanna call it right so it's not crummy now a although she is bronze dragon play right yeah sure 'em so i'm i'm at least in the in the neighborhood here a non door mu of during that one that is that not only holy crap i got it right all right you're next question they collectively faction offered what paper map oh man mm waxy that's that's all i'm gonna say stay glaxy that was the merckel train but gosh what was it was it a flying mount yeah it was an amber thing yeah that's how bad blah blah blah blah blah amber that you would just ride that awesome that it'd be great to just throw saddle under under he's like light along in england slide on around it yeah yeah that's a that's all i got i share the hammer something that's that's my final yeah i'm gonna give you half a point yeah okay thank you me tired you got the hammer right right amber with a big part of that expansion amber scorpion a scorpio i see i would i would never gotten scorpions tricky balance tricky see i remember farming for it so all right next question yeah let's see elemental lord air alex here the whole name you know i wasn't wasn't in l a cure the dude in the four wins yeah you got muslim anti just missing the last part alex cheer smith alex gear a the win guy you're chronic of the window low i i went lord alex here was really the tough part on that one yes yeah they are so funny thing i was playing a hunter when we're rating that one an you do not wanna play a hunter when rating that one cause of you just clicked on the guy if you looked at any yeah you like you wipe the rape before you even got going stupid yeah i i learned about x silly as a hunter pulling the mob ahead of time so and i yelled at the party for doing the be my fault so i actually had to when i was when everytime then i would go up against him i would actually face away from him so that i would just to like click on a feast and stuff like that so that i wouldn't set i'm off tomorrow i think that's like normal rate think rules now it if you're out of boston you're kind of waiting everyone who you're back towards that end do not have targeted yeah that's a smart move yeah i still see a lot of baseball bats and i think one of a re members yesterday a human to push the top instead he had a different buying and then his pet just charge right at the boss yup yup i've had that happen to tomorrow when those are opens up make sure to definitely do a route just register it'll it'll be good year last question what players aid elemental lord now she'll on in which cataclysms that so the cataclysm dungeon is the underwater one in this year and i can't remember what it's called it's called throne of the something i dunno so gross just grown up the throne of the sea horse named larry asserts the t a throne of tides periodic is that it and a what was the what was the one it so much alon was the guy who says we are corrupt remember the wall or whatever and they turned you really big in those four to march for whole purpose of money are you swallowing marbles and what doing something i right so your score right now it's four point five out of six nine am i am surprised let me tell that much i am very very surprised it all depends on the question good sometimes you get these really hard one that you just you just don't have any names i usually messes up in that makes it even harder right okay alley you're excited to bring you this okay you're first question is in what the tone of the elemental plane ten the temple of earth can be found depot that is correct nice nice can't not one next one which i think in my opinion it's easy what are the two of the three major class that ization off that we frost and there'll be fire and there's also hurricane that is all right next question who was the first dragging aspect to leave the blue dragons like molly goes that is correct next one an elegant dressed in white tuxedo shirt can be a pain jury which world event love is in their final answer yeah no it's noble gannon yeah it's gonna be the bunnies and the eggs and the end those yeah you're right i think is one of those justice and stuff with further valentine's of like okay that was for me okay you're next question the and can be found on which continent up as you're penned area that dad right though easy easy year last question how many sauces do players encounter in the sport of souls dungeon oh wow words okay so the best one is wrong jam obviously 'em he is not a hair 'cause i have not reached this dungeon in my show yet so 'em three that you're final answer is that if i'm gonna go with four other yan period to to oh no no no do by alley you've got for adam sick so are winner is that should happen should not have happened and it'll keep it noble garton it it is kinda done well done well yeah well well done thank you unexpected that's going wins something now do i guess you so i went up podcast launch pad t shirt yes absolutely i have i have i have many and i i can get you these five twelve v it's a console the nineteen seventies defined and it's a preemptive aims to bring back the benches iron flavor and it's only nine forty five so are you they sweetwater catalog her voice and i said oh that's quite surprised there yeah that's amazing and that'll come in about thirty five forty forty right oh i kind of like when the next a when the next guy to coming up exactly where it might be lower than you never know i've got faith in you i'm betting it'll be up identity right well hold you to it man i'm waiting i'll be waiting on you know getting right now i'll send you my address fine okay i'm sure i will get for that and i'm sure he's gonna know the words of souls i will forever now there's only two buses there i am i am it's the dungeon like i should know this that's that's my whole show like i am i am shamed but i mean having to having only two bosses is kind of restrain yeah that whole thing was a part of three don't right so the latest dungeons order so i just it's really jammed fight it's just amazing and the music is just superb so i forgot about the rest it's understandable yeah yeah so alley work and people find you hear more about your fascination with dungeons and they're lor now i don't know that for details only had two buses you've got fined mush had done to people's dot com wherever you find your podcasts cast such as this one you can find the show on twitter at center tables you could find me i only unders k and you've been hearing me every week on all things that drive in type work and we find you a you could find me on the show converge parade percents dense which is now the battle that news you know whatever it's called this week the rate of return dot com is the place where that where you could see how the audios videos and things end a you could follow me online social media wise pat crane with a k pretty much anywhere and lady of a working we find you you mainly find me on twitter at lady underscore anna muslim my handles on everything it's lady emma some combination are not like that but like lady underscore emma lady dash emma or late easier emma something like that or you could try me probably here are the last thursday of the month every month lightning tragically anime tricking here in keene from really easy in hard questions yes elena thank all the guest all of you for coming on it's an honor to have that level of you in the nerves i finally subsided 'cause it's the end of the show an friendly happy two years my friend happy two years that's that's a big deal we do it right amazing experience here in two years i swear know it feels like only i could buy the year i mean in some of the blur summers like i see the episodes i look up today whether so somebody like that episode i mean it's just runs together in why even getting into many outlying oh that sounds about right yeah i think now i should take back the iron ford because i think he needed a mecca gun so he wants to go back and gone yes i need to do some questionnaire that's for sure haven't let's go there and i heard something about city i had my name all over it there's a key man there's a wheel mount and then there's the illustrious a crab mount which nobody's gonna get anytime soon no no not just came out has my name on it that's lady i'm right on it oh okay on the model noted that was a literal yeah i'm gonna go check the de while had bottom of the updated it's very nice i'm i'm gonna go check that now and be like is that mountains have the name on it is not i'm gonna i'm gonna have questions about so ugly in the gallery anything you can imagine how activating customize transporter well i am back and forge until we one day reclaimed number gone let's look at what has been happening in the community awesome let's do that so it's gonna go after this recordings there six thousand a fourteen thousand dollars for the 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balance of horror versus elaine so it's happening during the world pp event for bella that's jar if there aren't enough one faction they will now spawning alternative event called avatars elite commanders anders which i got to experience last night the jar will send summer forces any must take them out what's cool is that this has horn in alliance working together which my no no no i don't wanna talk about yet i was talking with pete on stores one as roth ira these american eight point two but i'm excited so many things they do so many things yet to discover like make a god secrets employers are still discovering old american gone and that's half the offer apparently there no turn the timeline directly on the players could double to wear king mecca guns pointed turn all the mccain co being succeeds any written the world of the curse of the flesh i'm excited to see the soon i mean i'm not excited for the curse of the foster be taken away the sale the story content maybe we could find an 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Carolla Classics: State of the Unions

The Adam Carolla Show

3:47:34 hr | 1 year ago

Carolla Classics: State of the Unions

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast. One well here. We are new New Year's Day. What are you doing? What is your resolution Share mine with you but come up with it by this afternoon about that. Want to fully protect your home. How about protection? How about protecting your family? There's a good new year's resolution with the award winning twenty four seven security That's simply safe. They have a huge holiday offer coming down the Pike and well it's here and it's going to end soon. Dan and burglary spiked during the holiday. So families are traveling leaving the homes. Empty there's all the great deg gifts left behind and the burglar uglier snow that so everything you need to protect your home and family smart. Lock video doorbells army of sensors and cameras that guard every room doors and windows windows two is in their simplisafe. It's two thousand and twenty. Well it is two thousand twenty now officially. So let's take care of security. 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You this wonderful all right we have an interesting show for right. Now we're going to play All the state of the Union's Adam Curle has done over the last In the history of the podcast so Ba- I show of every year. Adam does a the state of the Union and where he just he addresses the audience. And lets everybody know what's going on with the show plans for the future things like that and we you have the first one he did back in two thousand and ten. It's unclear where the state of your entitled came from if that was just lazy thing and throughout the State of the Union came up some like that better or don actually picked the name with strange kind of had to start doing this back in the morning. Show because the format changes so after two thousand six with Brian Theresa and damage at close out the year and crazy ratings this either gonNA put in place for two thousand seven only opened two thousand seven. They had to kind of explain the cash changes and then after Adam sick out on duty at the end of two thousand seven next two thousand eight they had explained the cast changes and then two thousand nine. They didn't really have was Kinda like over to keep going. Everything's great but I think by that time Adam knew the station was gonNA flip in two months. It was right about then so it was kind of strange and I remember the preferring to stay at unit time of the. They might have done that. But somebody's Donnie for this one. Is Adam mm cruel show to twenty-eight Curl Donnie coming back on January fourth twenty ten. It's these state of the Union show. Donnie shares the real. Talk Plan for the network. Doc The sports show the parents show cannabis show and Adam Curle was just talking bowl time along with them kind of trying to help them along the way they're trying to like pitch the network to current listeners. Here's chunk of it. Yeah get it on get it on no choice but to get it on. Welcome to the first podcast of two two thousand and ten. Now what we thought we'd do is a little state of the Union. Look back and look forward what we've accomplished no nine and and what we can look forward to a no ten and years beyond my guest is buddy the we's why the we well we couldn't get a guest be we can get a guest and see this whole thing was his idea and we're GonNa talk about what direction we're going and how that includes you people and we're going to thank you for what you did for us in O-9 and kind of tell you what the plan is and Donohue correct me first off off Onward and upward We're going to expand we're going to go to my other warehouse. There was a gentleman of Armenian descent. Who decided not to pay his lease and to leave with a shit in the toilet in a cloud of dust? And this is the warehouse that The Hammer was filmed in the final fight scene was filmed and for those trivia buffs. And it's also the one that Jay Leno said to buy lie essentially because his warehouses are right next to the Burbank airport and he said you know you should get a warehouse near the airport work because security is sort of taking care of for you and there's little things in life that way by the way that you don't really think of you know you think well let's go to the warehouse district but that's the crappy part the town. Or let's go to Koreatown and by a warehouse but it's scary to be there at night this is right up against the side of the Burbank airport. So they sort of patrol troll and if there are any suspicious primer colored vans without a state play park too long in one spot the Burbank. PD will be on top of them like shit on rice right shit or either way to combine the two. So we're GONNA in a move and we're going to move into a bigger facility and we're going to have better sound quality and we're GonNa have better production and we're GONNA have a lot more video and we're going to have employees and we're going to have edit bays and we're going to bring you a better product The the plan as far as US making money and you guys getting your quality in your programming is a combination. WE'RE GONNA go out on the road this year. We're going to do a lot of live dates. We're going to do a lot of live shows. You guys seem to enjoy US going out to the Irvine Improv. A couple of weeks back six. So we're definitely going to come to a town near you is a matter of fact Let us hear from you because we have to decide. Is it worth going to. Oh Seattle or should we go to Arizona or should we go to vegas or should we go to Kentucky. I don't think we're going to Kentucky. But if there's a lot of fans a and you're in the Seattle area and a happen to know we do have a lot of fans in that area or if you're in the Arizona area or the San Diego area let us know because We'll we'll come out and do the Improv in your neighborhood Either way one of the ways we're going to generate income. This year is coming out and seeing in person and doing the live shows Another way is through ads now. These ads should not take over the show. There's not going to be five minute commercial breaks. I mean radio you had set in and they'll be integrated nicely into the show. They'll have our own They'll they'll have they'll have my voice and kind of our own spin on things and Yeah it'll be a slight speed bump for you the listeners but it won't be a pullover and let's go kill seven minutes While while these guys ramble on about Car Insurance They'll be a minimal amount of advertising on the show very minimal amount of advertising on the show Also though be things that we ask you for Like the Goddamn cellphones offered fucker recorded. Now we'll be things like like when we did ball. Brian's event bent we'll be asking you to come out to those types of events when we did ball Brian's and we sold it for Buck Ninety nine on the ultra net a. We'll we'll be asking you to do things like that again. What we're GONNA TRY TO DO is strike a balance I'm done being paid by. CBS Radio Danni has no job. Ganz has no job. Nobody here has a job except for this job. So yes yes. We're going to try to turn it into a business We're not going to. We're GONNA try as best we can to deliver a pure version shen of the content that we've always delivered and hopefully if it all works out right you won't even notice it but will be able to make an income on this and thus keep it going and what we're going to try to ultimately do you know make this network grow and hopefully hopefully there's going to be programming for everybody from the parents to gear head to the sports head right and it's going to be real programming. It's not going to be hit cancers. Just give me potentially. We might even have a leader cannabis show somewhere down the line to that's in the works But it it's it's GonNa be real programming something it's going to be re it's it's like a reality. TV They tried to do. It's gotten overproduced now. It's over Polish overworked. You're you're going to get some real programming. Be at the parent. Show be at the sports show. You're going to get the real talk what you want to hear. What normal people talk about normal people wanna hear and you'll get it in a very unfiltered way and again we're going to fill out the row the roster we're going to look at where are in Were in contact. People have come up to us. I don't WanNa get into all the specifics of all the comedians and all all the personalities because a lot of it's just hearsay but there's folks you've heard on this show in the past that you've heard on the radio show in the past people that you like people that you enjoy people whose sensibilities we share for the most part or at least people we think would be a good or fun fit on the show sometimes an alternative politically but either way provocative funny. And we're GONNA look at some of those people and bringing them aboard and supplementing this show and having them do their own show and essentially. What a fledgling network does start filling out the roster and start creating programs so you can look forward to that like I said again? We're going to be hitting the road a lot and doing the live things which I I don't know why I never really thought of it before but it just seemed seemed we used to do the live. Radio shows and there were four hours long and different than live shows that we start to begun to do. Now I I know four hours I is a long time to be talking in a bar. It really is and when you're talking to one of the Super Boring Malouf brothers from Vegas. Guess it's just Comedy death but doing our ninety minute shows from a comedy club in that environment is a good time again. These aren't going to be overproduced. Your radio the show not to take anything away from those those timeouts for the commercials your segments. The live shows you're doing now are free. Form they kind of go. We're also doing these. Live live show from the big O.. Tire Center Ontario's probably not the greatest comedy venue. You know we will come to clubs and We will do show come to places that were built to accommodate doing live shows sometimes musically oftentimes comically or both. But either way. That's the event we're going to. That's the venue we'll be at so bigger facility better facility more reproduction more editing. More video more stuff to look at speaking of more video We're working on live streaming so you can expect to seen in some podcasts. That it'd be live streamed live Yes so from a technological standpoint. We've been sort of doing it on a shoestring budget budget and we've been going a little caveman on you guys though we once again. It's organic we don't want to. I don't know if I should say they bring in big investors and have crazy easy money and then once again turn it into a corporate right production machine overnight. We WanNa keep an organic and yeah but I'm saying in the past we've been going fairly low tech with the phones the recording and all that stuff so but then also designed for us to travel so we can take the show on. The road stopped shitting on my points owner owner when we moved to the new facility. We are going to step up the technology. The phones the recording the sound quality not the acoustics. All that stuff is going to be stepped up quite a bit so you will be getting a cleaner better higher quality product. Now What are we ask you to do other than sit back and listen well sit back and listen I come out? And she s when we do an event Dan when my book comes out by my book When friend tell tell a friend? That's exactly what I was going to get to you can be a We can deputise all you to be ambassadors for the show and go out and find your friends Whether they be at work or at play who might share our sensibility or your sensibility or fuck me. Maybe they like spider and the henchman. You know I mean maybe there sports guys and they're currently listening to some shit on you know some boring. She had on Fox sports. Whatever and you turn them on to Our sports cast either way Go Out and help us build an audience and again the way this works ultimately it's a business and we can bring you a better product the more ears we can get on the show the more eyeballs we can get on the show the more money we can get from sponsors and other people the better the product we can bring the Eh promise that money comes in we will be putting it right back into the production and the network work and a little up my nose. Let's be honest. Tell me about that. Well I'm just saying I don't mean actually putting in coke form format my nose. I mean rolling up the bills in feeding them up my nose by the way that that that magic trick where people do that thing where they like they roll up like the dollar bill they push it into their ear and then pull it out of their nose. My the only one finds it disgusting. Like if you really did believe that like you know that move or you go the guy goes. Yeah let me hear me twenty dollars. Bill say switch and he puts it pulls out a bit. I really believe them. Like if I was a indigenous tribesmen. It's been there something I'd punch a guy in the face as he handed it back out by the way. Where's it coming out next? And they don't do it with the ass because that is the best orifice to pull a twenty the day and age. It's about the next move knows a little boring well either way We just wanted to give you a heads up that in Otani it's onward and upward and we'd like to thank all you guys for making o-9 such a surprise absolutely amazing. I'm completely surprised and amazed at how far we've come from. You know you stopping on a Friday. And that's starting on a Monday and we had no idea I'd never really heard of podcasting. Oh Casting Donnie forced upon me. We've gotten You know the The lots of accolades like the I tunes podcast asked the year and entertainment weekly must list and all that kind of stuff Not to mention tons of great articles and press and all that sort of stuff stuff so people have taken an interest in the Senate really once again because it's not over produced the Jack Silvers of the world aren't involved and and really I mean Adam is taking his content content really exactly where he wanted his mind in his heart. He he's really giving you what he wants to put out one hundred percent well I couldn't have done it without you. We thank you so again. We'll do a just a shorter How do you do thanks for Listening Oh nine and welcome. Welcome to ten The full length podcast will Begin tomorrow and run uninterrupted all the way through the year for your listening pleasure but again this was a Sort of quick state of the Union. Hope you enjoyed your holidays and I believe Andy Dick on tomorrow show. Yes act crazy and now newly sober Andy Dick. Although he still wears his We heard alcohol anklet bracelet. But let me say this. Is that thing off and let me just say this in nineteen fifty three. If I said you you see that toaster over there anyway yeah you put a piece of white bread there. Yeah how long they take the toasted two minutes I did in two thousand and ten I will have the exact same. It will take ten seconds longer to toast bread but we will have a bracelet that you can strapped your ankle that will detect whether you've consumed alcohol a hall and back then a high ball whether you've taken a high ball and will then radio it to a dude who can call the cops and Ham. I am so much show for your house with no wires whatsoever on it just strip around your ankle like this picture us in. Not Loosing Ricky's he's apartment but the merchants apartment Ethel Mertz and Fred Mertz and we're just standing there and I'm showing them this bracelet so str- attract this'll go on your ankle and it's GonNa tell the man if you have a drink you drink a beer right now Fred Mertz It will magically tell a guy five hundred miles away. The you've you've been drinking and he'll call a guy five hundred miles from him and he'll show up at your door but yet the toast. No Change Zero change in the exact- same thing every morning just standing by the fucking toaster thinking. This hasn't moved along one. Just just some filament. It's turned red and it's a AH toasting the side of the break as Sandy Ganz the professor would say. You can't mess with perfection so I don't I don't know I wonder. What Thomas Edison? Jason we think about this device if you told him as. He's trying to invent the LIGHTBULB. Guess what one hundred years from now this device is going to be around Well I I'm you're full for Shit. I also think some of those guys would be freaked out and disappointed to well. This does sound very apocalyptic Orwellian and big brotherish doesn't nine a pack of cigarettes strapped your ankle essentially. That's GonNa let a guy know. Oh you don't know that you've been boozing the second who served boozing but anyway I'm a little disappointed in the toaster and disappointed in is the microwave. I've been drinking. Can t lately and you take a cop and You fill it with water and you put it in the microwave takes about a minute and a half it takes ex justice fucking long in the microwave is it does to handle to put the same amount in a tea kettle. Play in the center of the microwave on the ED the outer edge get solder outer edge. Better Listener Yeah. Yeah I just like it. When there's three months I have right where I can't touch the mug mugged because a mugs hot but the water's actually colder than it was before I put it all right? Let's not digress. The point is lots of toaster microwave. Talk Oh oh ten. We'll be doing some live. Shows will be will be Taken it on the road. Nice step up in technology streaming video and streaming video. Thank you for Listening and Oh nine keep listening. You know ten and Tele friend until next time this Adam Corolla for okay. Good Buddy the we saying Mahala sh and now as two thousand ten state of the Union show and so weird here to hear the podcast network in its infancy like that. Yeah just the idea is like here's what we do we're GonNa try to do and it's just it's like you wouldn't think of these things about having presented to go back over him. Oh that's right and some of the shows are still on the air in an maybe in a different a different name or different. Look but Yeah that was. It's the beginning of what is created cruel seasons. Seventeen of Donny's cannabis show is killing it out. That one is doing very well. So were you on staff at the time they did. This sustained sustain the universe. This is before me came on right around friend Jello. Yeah exactly so all right. Let's keep going more state of the Union shows this next one. Two thousand thousand eleven. We're going in order here for this. One Yeah Yeah I was. Adam breaks down. Do they know it's Christmas over about twenty plus minutes so you just decided to go off on the song so he doesn't chunks throughout up giving also a state of the Union about the show. Sam Crucial Four Sixty Nine January third twenty eleven featuring Adam Corolla and from Corolla one studios in Glendale California. This is the Adam Corolla show today. Adam takes your your calls and gives a state of the Union on East Broadcasting. And what's coming up in twenty eleven and now the man who can make all your New Year's resolutions come come true Adam Corolla. Yeah get it on get it on no choice but to get it on man day or I would have state of the Union address with the ace man. Well it's been another successful year when I say another what we do ten months the first time but we twenty months into this bitch. Yeah I guess it is I just want to give you guys a little heads up on where we're at First off thank you. Thank you for listening. Thank you for telling a friend. Thank you for being so loyal. Thank you for coming out to all the live shows and selling out so ninety something percent of them. Thank you for getting my book up to Pass the fifty thousand units sold than keeping us on I tunes up above Bush's book I always think about that. You think there's any the I don't know what Bush probably doesn't spend and a bunch of time on I tunes but do you think that guy. Do you think one of his aides or maybe one of his secret service guys accessible mate check I tunes boss and see where your aunt. She's like the art of war above him and Mark Twain above him and then he goes. Who Says Jack Off Adam Corolla? It'd be weird. I don't know if you've stopped. Bush tapped him on the shoulder. And you want to you know Adam Karol is do you think he'd say he's got a book out or I've never fucking her that guy or that I have him killed in the late nineties I'm just GONNA go to bed at night. Assume that he has no fucking idea Let's see what do you guys need to know. Well we're going to start streaming video soon. Start will start the network soon we will decide on a news girl. Soon we will do the show and Crate is as best we cannon and as you can tell we're doing it little by little bit by bit you know I We work the audio out that took a little while. Then we're going to get the video. Worked out wow that's taken a little while but it's always onward and upward and again and you people have made it happen. You guys buying the merchandise Jason coming out to the live shows getting the books and Just listening just telling a friend. I mean really if you don't have a penny if you do not have one cent of discretionary income and you go look An atom curl a bumper sticker for buck. Ninety nine is a little too rich for my blood. That's cool if you want to contribute to the show you don't have to and I'm not. I'm not telling us for everyone who has a job but let's just say you're unemployed. Let's just say you're listening to this podcast from a refrigerator box in Van Nuys underneath the the one on one off ramp that as it goes into the four. Oh five and you have a dog and You're using a jump rope for leash and the dogs got a Bandanna and it looks like that dog from Road Warrior and you've got you just shat upon yourself. Let's say that's how but you have an MP3 player. That's how you're listening to this show. You got nothing all you have to do is tell another one your bum bodies to listen to what to and we're cool. It's really just about ears. It doesn't have anything to do with You buying stuff. Buying this stuff is great and it helps us out a a lot but For All you who do not buy anything. God Love You. Tell a couple of buddies at work or tell a couple bums at the park. That is all we ask all right a couple of Christmas thoughts. I something that hit me when I was getting my haircut over the Mexican Barbara Lady Eighty couple of days ago. Love those ladies. You realize no reason to spend more than thirteen dollars on a haircut. I off no matter what happens. It's going back to the way it was and three to seven weeks right number two. It's all just how much you're how much hair stuff is. Just SORTA jacking off. You know if you think about it like I tell my wife. Every time. Whenever John's docile does one of those reports the swamp stuff the stuff? That's a buck. Ninety nine is is exactly the same as the pantene stuff which thirteen dollars which is exactly the same as the one from New Trees that Sarah Jessica Parker talks about the essence and the oils and all the bullshit. It's all bullshit they smell a little bit different and that registers in some part of your brain and that makes you think it's different. It's not different but between that and the super expensive haircut between I I would love to see especially on a dude if anyone could tell the difference difference between a hundred and ten dollar haircut and a fifteen dollar haircut not to mention the fact. It'd be like you going. I need you know what I I need a five hundred dollar lawn mowing this week. And then someone's tap on the shoulder and go now it's just going to. It's going to grow back back at all. It's GonNa look the same a week from now two weeks from now. It's just gonNA come right back anyway. I go the barber and I. It's the greatest thing ever because the haircuts are like twelve or thirteen dollars and when I give him the twenty dollars Intel keep the change half the time I get blown own. Yeah the other half a hand job. No these women are like oh I yeah I am daddy warbucks in that place and I just just walked out of there with the tax and tip and twenty bucks POW but I was sitting there. Only problem is the magazines. They got all chick magazines casinos in there after read after. I'm sitting there reading like us and Spaniel figuring out what Ricky Martin's up to and getting my haircut haircut and they've pumped in Christmas music and all the businesses around town of pumped in the Christmas music and it's kind of a good vibe like it's Corny Corny but you're hearing about snow in the you know figgy pudding in you'll logs and kids excited and people dress into the nines and there's some more contemporary ones and there's some older ones and the older one sound pretty dated but they're Kinda cheery there about going on sleigh rides ads and You know opening presents and eating pie and it just kind of you know it gets it. Gets you in the mood and so I was listening to have I dunno white Christmas or whatever whatever happy whatever happy sort of You know feel good warm and Fuzzy Christmas Song. I was listening listening to and then it went right into that Do they know it's Christmas. Time that feed the world that That that live aid thing or whatever that was from one thousand nine hundred eighty four and I started listening to it and I started to get bummed out but I I got because I realized that songs over twenty five years old the and nothing has changed in that region. The world's evidently the song didn't help and nothing has helped all this mosquito nets all the malaria cures all the sacks of grain rain in the last twenty five plus years have done nothing. I don't know if they're better off now than they were. When Bob Geldof the boomtown rats decided come up that song wrong or not but it just became it was it was just sort of British Jack Session and I started listening to it and I thought you know at this is bumming me Out and I thought. Why am I being bombed out when I'm getting my haircut at the Mexican Barbara Right in the Middle Christmas time and the whole idea a Christmas Christmas song is like a kid song for adults? I never really thought about that concept but really just think about that kids songs. You're like you're so special worse so happy were GonNA party. It's like yea let's have a good time and as adult. So you listened to these songs about the rack of the Edmund Fitzgerald or you know some bitch that got shot or some shit like that or is some bitch and needed backhanding or whatever it is and you know or some Vietnam War protest song and you start getting bummed out a little bit but the only kids version of an adult adult song. There is is Christmas songs. Hey we're going on a SLEIGH RIDE EH GONNA open presents. Everyone's going to be there old Saint Nick but but but it's it's the only it's the only real good. I mean other than gay songs. I guess gay songs are like kids songs for adults. Do you Leave in life after. Yeah there are the gays okay. So there's gay songs. Why Gay Song so Happy their parents hate him dying of AIDS but yet the songs are happy man all that. Ymca and everything. Gay Songs are the happiest songs I guess they. I don't sing about war. That much You two should go gay pep it up a little bit all right anyway. The point is this for straight great adults the Christmas songs those those are the best and those are the kids songs and those are the happy finger pop songs and and then this thing comes on and just just dig the lyrics to this as we go through it. I think we got a little time. We'll play some of it for you For whom the Bell Tolls Smith Yeah you should turn it off right now. If you don't want to get bummed out keep it going good sir uh-huh in uh dreaded beer beef On a second only water flowing is the bitter sting of tears coming another piece of pie feeling good again like I'm not GonNa do anything. I'm just bombed out now now. I feel bad because I got a trunk. Full full of bullshit from China from toys R.. US and I'm going to give to my kids already have a house full of bullshit but all I'm saying about this song is I'm not saying it's a bad song and I'm not saying it wasn't a noble effort at its time I'm saying pull it out of the hopper. It shouldn't be in the Christmas time. I'm I'm just saying what if what if I wrote a song like like here's the thing what if la had a horrific earthquake and and millions of people died and the rest were amputees. So I wrote a Christmas song called Save the of La and where we're going to bury the Mexicans. Okay that was my Christmas song and everyone okay. That's good well. Let's get some money together to get prosthetic limbs for these people. I don't know what rhymes with prosthetic but I would work that out and I came up with a hit. But here's the thing. Should it be played next. Twenty five years from now. Would you wanNA hear it in between Bing crosby and Ella Fitzgerald or whoever else is singing about their Christmas song you know what I'm saying. Man Manhattan transfer. No leave it in for that one time period raise the money and then pull it the fuck out of the queue. Would you want to hear about amputees in La Twenty five years from now. Oh and we should the world here about this when they're sitting down for their suppers trying to enjoy their honey baked hams. They gotta hear about all this dreaded famine Katie. Don't go anywhere where he's gotTa play the rest of the song but by the way making note if there is a horrific earthquake in L. A.. You know what let's pre we will. Do you know how newspapers right obits for guys that I'm a guarantee every newspaper in the country has has a Larry King Obey. That's already written. They just leave the date blank actually second parts as two thousand and and they'll do it but here's the point when you get old newspapers do this with guys are all they're sick or whatever you know presidents ex-presidents luminaries dignitaries celebrities. They have that. Oh bit already already. Can they just have to dial in just a little bit at the very end they just massage it run the next day Katie. Let's work on a Christmas us. L. A. Earthquake Song and evitable a big ones common. And when it does we cash in immediately and then all those ass wipes are going to have to hear about it for the next. Thirty years I'm saying is when I'm sitting in the barber's chair at the Mexican hairdressers. Do I need to hear this fucking bummer of a song. I'd rather hear Janice Ian it's seventeen it's more uplifting. Let's let's hear the rest okay. So the tears are the only the only water that's flowing but here we go Second hold on hold on hold on a second. This is the part. I take huge umbrage with this that fucking blow heart Bono. Bano Sonny Bono is that thank God. It's instead of you now. Let me tell you when you thank God when someone else instead of you. That's when Shit comes down to a coin toss see what we got here. The reason Bano we got water and we don't have famine or ethnic cleansing or spare tires. Being put around people lit on fire because we got a little something call the society that we built see the thank God. Now here's where you thank God when when your friends get pancreatic cancer and there were non smoker. And they're in their thirties and go. Wow Man that's tough. That's when you thank thank God or somebody gets t-bone by drunk driver. That's thank God it was them instead of you. There's lots of thank God instead of you. You having no infrastructure no government and no way to feed people that any thank God Bano we got our shit together over here that nothing to do. With God's got bunch coach got to do with a bunch of super hard work and people that are motivated not corrupt. So he's got nothing to do with that. It's really really like like the difference between a student in an F.. Student is like Oh man thank God you got lucky. You got an A. on that test and that guy's unlucky he he keeps getting APPs on his task and then you're going off the Stanford and then he's going off to junior college. He so lucky he so now. Now not luck not luck. Bano one guy studied one guy didn't go out and party. One Guy did his homework. One guy took the the PSAT's while the other guy was ripping a bong load Not Locked Bano not luck and by the way if it is like thank God. It's them why he's got keep sliding them. They're smitten their smited. GotTa work that one out. The point is this. They've been on a bad role with God for a lot of years. Now what do you think think. He's got a beef with them. Think he hates those people Well we'll just thank God bound. Thank God luck of the draw could could just as easily be us with our armies and our taxes taxes and our roads and our governments and our skyscrapers and our dams and our laws Yeah maybe we ought to get a little busy with the ethnic cleansing all right. Let's let's keep listening This is the second imagine dropping that bomb like I know. You guys are pretty bummed out right now about the famine and ethnic cleansing and all that stuff. I got worse news for you. What is it Eighty four you got something coming in eighteen ahead call. Jesus Christ and the last line we just cut off on was where nothing ever grows if nothing ever gross it's it's time to think about Pulling up stakes but anyway let's keep listening Part bums out. How are we supposed to joy? Are Excellent Zest Eggnog. All here's to you. Raise a glass to everyone. Here's to them underneath the burning sun again. It's all all about the fucking Christmas is about forgetting about your problems putting your differences aside getting a little buttered up with Some rum in the EGGNOG. And just call me. You know light that fire in the fireplace and just fucking hugging it out with the family this thing bums the Shit Outta me I last I checked check. They're not making any money out of it right. That's not like someone's driving in a car listening to this and goes oh man I gotta cut a check out to Bob Geldof so let's pull it pull it pull it from the ranks of Christmas songs. It's a fucking full blown bummer. I know oh it has Christmas mentioned in it but if I mentioned I saw Mama Getting bought fucked by Santa Claus. You wouldn't be. Oh well sorry legally it's got it's got the word saying it so it's gotta go in not appropriate threat to bomber all right. Let's hear the people go I. I've argued with people about it. They go to good song and you go. Okay well let it be a good good song so play light during the other months and don't play around Christmas. Ironically I I. I'm not saying it's a bad song and I'm not saying it's intentions are bad. I'm saying it's bombing my shit out when I'm getting my haircut by the way that's pretty ambitious beat the world could barely keep Belly top RAHM myself and my when I was in my twenties whole it from the Christmas half. Or that's all thank you very much. Katie you guys should also so no that I- returned my Audi to McKenna Audi and I think BMW. And I took a good picture of my car car with the dealer plate the Cardboard the card boy board dealer plate that said McKenna Four. Goddamn years no no front license plates and no license plate so I could drive through all all the bad intersection cameras. I wanted here in this chicken. Shit land known as La So Fuck you to the man. I took picture that will be a toss up on the website first GYCO. Everyone's got the to do list how. `Bout you add. 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I don't know an hour and I was thinking a little Miss Sunshine Review Rant and I just saw. I saw Zombie double tap and whole time. The young actress from that movies in there and she's now an adult and I was like. Why did you make that move? You make atoms so mad really did make. Let's keep talking about because Adams listening right now and I want to to finish the show before. AFC possibly over one of his neighbors over. Walk and Phil to I talk about essentially all right this this next up as I said we're going and order state of the Union. Two thousand twelve got to get it on no choice but to get it on on mandate get hit on. Did you see a ball. Brian eat more pussy and Rosa. But I started a new year's resolution. uh-huh oh million and ten things to talk about just got back from Tahoe. I was working. We brought the kids. I have stories stories. Look Out World I WANNA talk about. Alison Rosen. She had a procedure over the vacation. after Christmas Day after day after Christmas but the day after Christmas was the day that I took a bunch of laxatives so that had a certain special panache. All don't I don't feel like you met the porcelain punisher file together. Have some sort of like we need to live in a two bedroom five bathroom. Yeah Yeah like I'm trying to think of the Was it Cheryl swoops who was the NBA. Like like Yeah I was this. Cheryl Miller's brother Reggie Miller Sheriff Miller yeah like if Cobain Cheryl Miller got together to have a kid hid yes whether it was boy or girl that could play who'd be like percent heard twenty percents. Yeah ten percent ten matt. Yeah yeah so I ask you. A question was show soups and a Cheryl Miller. Otherwise they're going with the broncos. I couldn't figure out who played both played hoops or swoops anyway. So how can procedure go. What did they have to do? Well the good news is that it's endometriosis not cancer They were. They removed the SYS- yes they were able to save both ovaries good. And there's not a lot of scarring inside which was that's one of the concerns with endometriosis and Dimitrios when uterine tissue. You just kind of grows all over the place and so but but the good news is things are not all stuck down in disgusting in there. But the here's here's a little little fun thing I've discovered. Is that sometimes after surgery when you go to the bathroom yellow bright liquid shoots out of your ass is viewed used big bird as a suppository. I'm I'm currently having that matches the by the ASI. Wow it's like it's like liquefied big bird and a tiny dusting of grief. No one told me that was going to happen. Let's stop talking for A. How long were you out for? I think about two and a half hour now tame that you'd never been I've never yeah I'd never had surgery I'd never had its general anesthesia. Okay it wasn't as bad as I expected but it wasn't as good as everyone told me. But obviously we're blowing a little bit of smoke up your snatch because we want you to feel good but I wish they had belonged smoke up my snatch. I was like very with it up until the point that I was out. And Oh yeah you are pretty with it. Could use less with it and but but there's that thing of just there that moment the moment between being lucid and being completely under where you're just you're just lying there and you just go and I don't have any control and I don't care I'm just here I'm just here there. There's there's a beehive of activity around me I'm wearing no underpants and I don't give a shit and best of all of the next two hours or whatever is going to be. I'm not to be asked to do or say or go for autographs right. Flu can turn any text. There's nothing it's just I'll just me and my own fecal matter in this coun- now the fecal matter unfortunately had been excavated more leftover. Yeah and and shower recap thing they put on in those little. Booties but anyway You know I had come to the decision. That was gonNA look like a light switch. They flip it off and then for the back on and I really didn't find that that's what it was like at all it was more like power goes out and then it's like a power surge lightning storm. It's flashing midnight over and over like coming coming out from being under was very weird. It was like you know when you're coming out of a dream and things are weird and then the more you're wake you're like Oh. All that weirdness was in the dream. This felt like the opposite like the more I came to the more I was like. No I really am in this room and I'm naked and I'm paying and there's always people walking around around me and everything feels weird. But then they gave me morphine and then depressed my breathing so much that everyone around me freaked out and the thing kept beeping breathing enough and everyone was reminding me to breathe and apparently I actually said. Do I have to really have to brave. How'd you is a fucking lazy? God give me a break even day. Yeah can't you do that for me. Yeah Yeah Yeah. And what about Sunday breathe. Breathe on Sunday. Scratch breathe breathe for me so anyway. It's all basically turned out. Well yes none of that you you got all your ovaries in your words. Yeah I think old I was thinking parts in pieces and ovaries and hot flashes and menopause us and and you know spotting and periods and watching Rosie o'donald being being interviewed and she was talking about hot flashes and how menopause kicking in and stuff like that and what a cruel joke to play on a lesbian whole. I mean it starts off off at twelve and a half thirteen. Oh my God. You've ruined your panties your school. It's so embarrassing. Lifetime you know by the way if I if I had to go through a period once a year at kill L. myself to kill myself at seventeen this once a month with three days of clothing and if you're lucky days yeah and the ability and the spotting and the cramping and the thing and use tampons after surgery I had to wear a fucking diaper which is what I call. Pat Just came the point Dr and then a life of a life I mean literally spending millions on Kotex millions handle hinder. God God millions of dollars on Kotex pads and tampons and oh by the way they have a new. They have a new commercial for favorite Tampon. Am Pont Commercial. They sort of in your face a really really remember. Remember the commercial where all the chicks went to Joan. Jett Song Yeah Graffiti. The building building new decorative Tampon box that you don't have to hide your tampons anymore. Finally wear my jewelry I stick on. I'll be dazzled that string and hang out how you will sister so On the show has reached new poor Rosie O'Donnell and all the rest of the Lesbians Lesbians Fuck and life of spotting and in bloating and cramping and all that and then you know forty five fifty years of that and now how into hot flashes irritability by the way as ever is there. Nothing a chick does that doesn't immediately. Irritability I ayush irritable rights like. Hey well she was awake and that led to their being. Sorry so irritability irritability everybody. So here's Rosie O'Donnell she's a lesbian right jeeze. You're not gonNA have any kids. She's got a by you allergic to hot talk to him. She's GonNa stop some kids from China or something or maybe her lesbian partner is going to be. So you know knocked up by David Crosby or something like that. But she's not going to have any kids yet. She had to go through this entire life. It'd be spending spending your entire life in water wings and never coming near a swimming pool but yet zero to fifty growing those things up before you leave the house. I was put them on. And you're like we live in Yuma and there's no swimming pools within a mile of my house and like now sorry. Put them on a life of tampons. John's and pads and bloating cramping now. It's hot flashes and more ramping and more irritability and it's nothing but that it's it's literally it's thirteen to fifty five. No kids your lesbian feminist. That him I'm just saying there should be some assertive procedure or some dealer ended. Make with Jesus Christ or something where you just go. Look I'm fourteen. I'm going to be eating pussy. Thank you for the rest of my life. I don't need the eggs off a lot of people who have been in Manhattan. Just use them to store shoes and things because they don't Cook uh-huh you should be able to store things in your uterus extra person in an in dry purse yeah we're we're we're am. ISP Tyrrell's spread 'em baby. Yeah yeah if Rosie had been able to store shoes or Kush balls coach balls in her. Yeah whatever she's into Vagina. It would've made eight cents. But she had you know I don't know period starts twelve and a half thirteen fourteen years age to fifty five by the time. I guess you're sort of coming out of menopause whenever it sets in or whatever it lets up that's a fucking hell of a pussy related run it really is and it's a daily of the menopause hot flashes and the whole you've for nothing there's no there's nothing ever coming out of there except for vibrator or your or your your lady friends tongue in onum saying yeah. Yeah besides no wonder. She's pissed to Walter thing that's right it's cost me to keep. Hey I didn't thing I use it right right. Now I'm not so happy with it Yeah all right anyway. So that's that's what I wanted to talk about. Rosie O'Donnell's China. I'm glad that I offered you a Segue as you guys can see from. What's going on in the back? Did you take a walk and poke your head back. There started everything's gone. The cars are gone honest who starting. The Demo started the roof by the way. There's picture Gary during the Demo on CNN Corolla Dot Com Strip the roof. Let me just say this about stripping a roof I didn't do it then. Christ I've just been working on it because a lot of it's rotted out God knows what else is going on there. That's my back you're looking at you know again. This construction thing people think a bunch of good looking dudes like building barnes you you know some kind of montage with some hot thirty eight special song crank and in the background someone wearing a yellow rain out a bunch of bunch of Mexican do just out in the dirt. That's all all this just strip stripping three roofs on this thing. And and you do it with a flat shovel and pitchfork like the same way you would have done it one hundred years ago. There's no mechanized anything. There's no tools it's just there and then you take out dig out. All the rotted plywood from all the leaks over the years and all the little undersized to four parlins and you replace those per lens and and you put the plywood back on and then you build a cricket wall so you can get the slope going the right direction. And it's just me and Sweaty Ozzie. And stupid Gary up on the fucking room and got Gary No that's his name. Yes and you gotta drag stupid or not. And and everything's heavy like an air compressor heavier and Shit and you gotta get to the roof. Be a ladder and dragging everything up there. So I spent my Christmas vacation. Stripping the roof and replacing Rodney would yeah and Weird Tan from the hat iron ac now I I did. I did have a moment. Oh I thankfully I went back down and drank myself soda. I didn't spend too much time up there. I had myself a moment where I was at the Home Depot and I'm at the Home Depot. Buying like actually the electrician is meeting me the Home Depot. 'cause he's buying a whole bunch of you know EMT and couplers and rigid pipe. And conduit. And all this Kinda Shit because we're moving around a bunch of electrical stuff and I'm going to meet him there and pay for right and I meet him not picking up some tools and some shit we need to strip the roof and again. You're just pulling rusty. Rotted nails out and replacing. Rotted per lens which are like sort of these joyce that are in between the main roof rafters and putting more half inch ply on there. And you're buying ten penny ring shank nails that are galvanizing shooting. Those things down the gun. You're trying to find the right now and Blah Blah Blah and. I'm standing there. And this is mid week last week and some guy goes. Hey man show. And what's going on there. And he goes. Where's your buddy? Where's your buddy Jimmy Kimmel and I said He's in coli. Actually uh-huh I felt horrible because I was sitting in Glendale Home Depot. Jimmy was in yeah. This is the Home Depot. I'm sure chimneys by plywood fly home depot and as he said do we need a Hawaii an Kawai because how fuck and confusing using is that. I'll pick you up at the airport where you gotta be on. My phone's breaking up at the airport. All right I'll see it do. No I mean really how lazy easy to have to go. We have a Hawaii name this island. I never name well. The only have a Baker's dozen letters in the alphabet so they gotta make it last it sounds so it'd be like if I named Talion Italia and then and then sunny Could tell you like it'd be a lot of confusion with me and my wife on the phone like who. You're going to pick up. The tally from the from gymnastics. No He's with me. No Net net that Talia. I mean you know what I'm saying it'd be like can and can't let me see. You're right let me see the chain. They're just saying we have a Hawaii. We don't need a we really. Don't yeah call it Steve or something so I think feels worse about itself Hawaii or Hawaii Kawai probably because Hawaii gets all the glory. Yeah and I'm sure a Hawaiian would tell us that we were pronouncing it incorrectly. And then Koi. There's something and there'd be some way that they'd be l. to tell but I can't tell anyway that's where Jimmy is while I was at the home depot so restrict the roof air and were building. Oh look out baby. I'm bill. I'm building bitches. I got myself myself. Metal studs were tearing out or tearing things out or building new studio radio. Big Jumbo is home for you too. Big Professor's talking to you know we're building brand new state of the the art studio. We're going to build phone screener room. We're GONNA have some sound rooms Dawson's GonNa have as video calls. Yeah which will quickly turn to Dawson's Austin's room because second of a lot of ventilation you can see the HVAC stuff going on up there. We're gonNA conditioning and heat going everywhere. They'll be pissed if anyone ever turns it on. Yes we'll have some offices will have some edit bays. We're going we're going we're going big big dog whole Hawk and And it's because of you people you people who listen you people who tell friends to listen you people people who turn on office mate's to the shows and Co workers and girlfriends and boyfriends and fathers and sons and mothers and daughters all of you who have told the people to listen to the show over the last few years have built it up enough and all you people who shop via Amazon people who click through our banner and go damn crawler dot com and hit the Amazon. You guys have made this next move possible and you guys who do the go to my pc and by the man grades and you guys who patronize sponsors. And all that kind of you guys have a maid this dream possible and it's Nice I mean This is my grandmother's ghost around very now. Okay let me Brag for a second because otherwise my grandmother's ghost will jump in here and start time on Jon. Bon Jovi we have of. I don't know how many employees do we have and not only. How many employees do we have avenue but then how many employees just demand great guy have and how many employees does the foundry that makes demand great and then? UPS ships the man. Great and there's a little trickle down effect here but I'm paying a guy to do the roof and paying electrocutions and I'm paying guys to do the Hvac work heating and air and all kinds of stuff. I'm putting some money back into the economy here and it's all basically a pyramid and it starts with you people who are listening listening you people by the books you go to the sponsors you go to our website you download the show you go to the live shows and that's all you that's that's that's the top pyramid. The next rung underneath that is me off in the employees here. The underneath that are all the companies. Is that advertise. And then like I said all the answer Larry everything from the guys who make the bottled water that Matt or the toilet paper that the porcelain punisher more more fresh yet needs to buy a carton of because we have ten employees. And they're going to come here and Sunday says Shit but the point is to see a lot it all just as a pyramid that starts with you people at is sort of the top brick because that top brick goes away and everything underneath it goes away and I'm I'm not just kissing ass. I'm just saying without your support without you turning people onto the show without you buying the man grades and going to my pc the and do an Amazon thing and buying the books go into the live shows. Thank you reno. Sparks for selling out to shows by the way yesterday and the day before New Year's in new years eve New Year's Day without that top brick there's nothing underneath it or whatever's underneath that doesn't exist you guys are essentially the battery and we just become some kids toy or the batteries got popped out. There's nothing there's nothing to trickle down so I want to thank all of you for making two thousand eleven a great year and thank you for in advance for two thousand and twelve and making that much you better and all you have to do is tell a friend. We will continue to provide a free show. We will never charge for the show. You simply tell a friend now. I need to talk about a topic that everyone's been asking about and it's sort of sensitive which is where is Danni. Everyone wants to know what's what's going on and for me. I will tell you the situation with Donnie and his cousin sandy and I will keep it brief out of respect for Danny and Sandy and Danny's family and his mother and his dad and the people I work. I've I've worked with his MOM for a lot of years and I have a great relationship with her and the family and dining. I are not on good terms now but I do have a lot of love and respect for his family and we go back thirty years so you know I don't WanNa get into all the gory details tails and the he said she said part of it. The bottom line is the business grew and it grew faster than we anticipated and again and because of that top brick on the pyramid you guys things started happening and they started happening and it quickly went from sort of a hobby to a Jesus is a business and As I said before I walked away from a contract that was a Multi year and guaranteed seven figure. Deal in terrestrial radio which doesn't exist these days to basically do this full time and I realize is pretty quickly. We needed somebody to handle the business of the business. And it's something that I've gone by in my life in my whole life. which is I have a business manager and he does the taxes and he pays the bills and he pays you guys and they cut checks and I have some bonus checks for you guys by the way on the on the on the table Mike? Yeah I gave me the biggest one this year so I realize in by the way. It's not cheap. I mean do you know it's it's you know what would sound like a payment on own expensive Ferrari expensive frying. I mean it causes once several thousand dollars a month to take care of all the accounting and all of the Companies Inc Inc and of course. I realized from the word go that I needed this. That I would screw up that I would be being Raped by Wesley. Snipes right now. Hand to God hand got to God. I'd been debtor's prison with Wesley. Snipes thank God. He did so many prison related movies that he was so prepared. Like you just walked in like he was on the set like role so I knew very quickly that I would screw this up I would owed the irs money. I would describe the paperwork. I screw this up so I got a guy and that guy it has been doing but also realize it's not free and you have to pay a lot you have to pay these guys but it's good money because better pay Tony couple grand month then the. IRS five hundred grand. So that's the way I've always approached Tony. Explain this year right. Don't you so when this business started to go. And it became clear to me that it was a business business. I looked at Donnie and I said You and I together have about a ninth grade education and I'm being generous to both of us. We're both warehoused your creative and you're great at what you do a comedian. I do what I do. You handled creative all handle the comedy Eddie. And let's get Mike N and let him do the business of the business and clarify because there's a lot of my surroun- here there's often this is Mike August. And there's eleven months I know. And and Mike August who is an wasn't attorney. Ernie worked for William Morris for twenty years has yes yeah and and has an MBA. So I I said you know what let's let my i. I don't mean I didn't say we don't get a vote I mean. Let's get a guy who knows business to do the business and we'll handle the creative and let him. We'll send our kids to private school and honestly Danny could not. He was not not down with that. He just wasn't down with that and Mike. I would say Mike wasn't down with it except for Mike doesn't have nerve endings like Mike. Just Mike Mike say whatever whatever you want in front of Mike doesn't give a shit he doesn't he doesn't know what's going on but dining was just not down with that plan and yeah I was like. Hey there's nothing to worry about. He doesn't pose a threat. He's just here to try to make us some money. And if you have any questions we can all sit down down have a beer about it. It's not he's not in charge of anything. I just want somebody handling the business of the business and there was a lot of. You know we'd have these meetings. There'd be a lot of arguments and a lot of bad blood a Lotta who's he think he is and finger pointing. It was uncomfortable and I just got to the point where there's too much acrimony it's like okay. I was I didn't want to go to my own company meetings because there was way too much finger pointing and blame and all that kind of stuff and I said at a certain point about about four or five months ago I just said look this has to stop. These are the people and it's not only Mike. It's Mike and other people. These these are the people everyone in this room is here for reason. You're here because I think you're good at what you do and I know a lot of you aren't fans of each other but that has to end right now because if you're here it's because I think you're good at what you do and I'm not wrong about people and I wouldn't hire bad people so even though you may not all like each other trust me. I've done the vetting process and by the way we're not camping. You see pretty infrequently really. Let's just get along. And furthermore if we can't get along something's GonNa have to change and it's going to change pretty quickly so let's all just get along and I really can't take the infighting in the finger-pointing anymore and it actually just sort of ratcheted up and and I just kept saying knock it off get along just be nice. Be Nice and get along and It just basically came to a ahead where it got to the end point and I said look Donnie lets me you and Mike August go out and let's have a beer and let's talk about the future future and he said Does that does he have to come with us. Another words and I said Buddy. That's IT I don't I can't can't I don't know how many times I can ask bag. Whatever I can't do it anymore I just can't? We can't have another meeting where people are pointing and calling each each other names. So that's it you're out and that's that and I'd feel worse about it except for I. I begged for for months. Just I get along and let's just make some money together. It's there's there's a and you know he'll he'll have his version of this as well and I don't want to get all the gory or details but the rally is ultimately in life you have to have a sort of divining rod that's built into to you like are you being fair. Are you not being fair. Are you just seeing things through the prism of your glasses. What about the other guy you know? Are you know you. You do that thing where it's like you know we all have that instinct when we're born of like well. Yeah you made the meal so you do the dishes or you kicked off to start the first half so you kick off to start the second half. That's how we all start as kids and then a certain point you go all right. Well you did the coking's all do the dishes or you're buying the beer so I'll make the run or you kicked off on the first half so I'll kick off the start the second half we hopefully society SORTA beats that India. Right I have a meter in me. That says when I'm being fair and when I'm not being fair and went off crossed the line and in the case of Donnie and I love the guy. He's a great guy. I felt that I was being more than fair. I never stopped being fair. I basically just said let me make you money and it's going to be easy and this guy over here who you don't like good. Don't like him just let them make us money. There's a lot of that in this business and there's a lot of like you know James Baby Doll. Dixon gets ten percent of everything I do. It's like ten percent. That's a lot of money. It is except for it ends up being. I ended up making more money. Because if he can get the deal from fifty grand to one hundred grand that I'm happy to give him ten grand and and keep ninety grant but that is the business wherein and you know ultimately right or wrong. I said here the people in the sandbox. We all need to get along or we need to move. Move along and Donny. WHO's now starting his own business assists in doing his own thing? You know I mean to be fair to him. He's got a lot of pride like he's just like I WANNA do my own thing I want to do it. I don't WanNA listen to this guy I want to do. Things is my way and now he's doing his thing and he's doing it his way and I wish him all the luck in the world and success in the world and you know it's it's it's tough because our you know we're not talking right now. He's angry he feels like I pushed him out and that I screwed him over and you know he's entitled to his feelings I I. I don't have that feeling because my stuff is sort of based on what I know I did and I was there every step of the way and I have. The emails is where I'm basically saying. Just get along and we'll make some money together and it was not in his DNA just really it was he just really resisting. The more people getting involved I think he looked at it as his baby and he didn't want on outsiders getting in and you know to be honest. You know Mike August a pain in the ass. I mean it's not Nice Nice. He's Mike August he. He doesn't know what he's he sends an email he's she's rough around the edges. I'm not defending my mouth. But the entire email is in all caps and it's all in the subject line. Yeah I'm not. I'm not GonNa Defend Mike August but let's give the audience a little example. You tell me something personally. I'll be back August. You told me something personally. Devastating and Harry to react feet smell or something like that or whatever something impartial about years. Right it's not like the way you blank like the way you kiss. What's what's going on in that conversation with him? No I'm not GonNa Defend Mike August or linen. Alex and other guys that they couldn't get along with which is fine and again How do I get along with my money manager? I don't know I see the guy twice a year. He makes me money. You know. That's that's the deal. It's one of those things where it a certain point. You just have to sit back and go look. It's business that it's not. They're not family members. I don't see him that often. And you're going to get you're going to get a curt email once a month from the guy you don't like you're not supposed to like all right. Money will soften often that blow but ultimately I started this because I wanted to enjoy myself. I mean I wanted to make money money but I wanted to enjoy myself. I wanted to work with people that I WANNA work with. And who want to work with each other and I love the crew. That we've assembled and I I love the family atmosphere and I love the fact that people all sort of like each other and break each other's balls and yeah there's a lot of different personalities here and some are different than others but for the most part everyone here really feels like they're part of something they really enjoy hopefully enjoy their workplace. Hopefully as the as the pirate ship is is it. Gains momentum will be more money to to to spread around and that that I can be generous and and have people make a living and and and make a nice living and and support their family family and and we have you know have Christmas parties and whatever parties. I don't know we'll. We'll cut a ribbon when we finish a new thing ultimately. That's what I want and I couldn't. It just wasn't happening. It was just way too much vitriol way too much sort of terror people feeling territorial and pointing fingers and I don't know this guy and what's what's he doing here and he's encroaching on my shit and there was a lot of people going into other rooms in. Yelling is a lot of that and I am wired. It's weird because everyone thinks Just some grant. She doesn't give a shit but I'm so fucking sensitive to the uncomfortable meetings. Were somebody thirty point at someone and goes. I don't know what he does. What's he doing here like that to me? I'd rather someone just punch me in the face. Then have to sit that uncomfortable meeting where people are pointing nat each other. And you know in slinging insults back and forth and I just couldn't take it anymore and I at a certain point as you guys. No I'm not a fan of being the boss I'm not like You know I'm building offices back behind our new our Our new facility. I'm going to build a big studio and I'm going to build offices and none of the offices will. I'M NOT GONNA have an office. I don't it's not my office it'll be coming coming out of mind. The porcelain punishers yours or the news. Or whatever like literally will not be. I don't I don't like being the boss man. I really don't but sadly every once in a while you have to put your foot down and be the boss man and in this case it was with one of my best friends and it was horrible but it wouldn't end it just wouldn't end I just I couldn't there weren't enough words in my lungs to just say. Please Stop An. Let's please get along and move forward. Yes you can have disagreements in in yes you can discuss the merits of this versus that. But we can't have the finger pointing and the shitty emails that we need to stop this and after about four hundred of those warnings I just went. Well I guess I I have to be the boss and that was it. We parted ways. So you know keep you. Josh updated He's he's doing a new. He's doing a new companies. Doing this thing's doing basically a version of this and I I saw his website. It looks fantastic and I wish him and Sandy and Kathy all the best. I wish them well and I wish there were still here and it has nothing to do with money and my sincere wish for everything was just work out. I just want everyone to get along and work out but it was not going to happen and and unfortunately that was on donny and his camp it was not on me and Mike August and that camp. It was again not defending Mike August but it was not happening on their watch and they just wouldn't let it happen and I had to make a decision and that's what I did and complete peace with it but I thought you guys should know because you have not heard his voice running around here in a while and I. I didn't want to come out while the wound was still fresh and talk about it and I also didn't you know I but I also don't want to leave. One is listening to sort of in the dark either and so the bottom line is i. I Love Janis family. I love his kids I love his mom. LOVES BROTHERS BROTHERS KIDS LIKE I've I've known these people for thirty years. I don't know what to do. I hope that you know time will heal this and we can smooth things out and be at Pebble Beach Sometime Soon soon. I don't think he's going to go for that ever. I don't think so I really don't but I in Annan life Always worked by this. which is as long as I know that I treated people fairly early than I can sleep? And then that becomes your decision. I would like that not to be your decision but if I felt like like I did not bring that on you ultimately. Obviously I did because I said that's it but I gave one hundred warnings before that and then it happened and then that then is on on you and it's sad but it is on you and everybody in life needs to sort of adopt that I mean in terms of you can't have your feelings. You can have them modified but you can have them changed in a big way on what other people think of you. If in fact you're not responsible bowl for those feelings right. If in retrospect you would have done what you did the same way then. You shouldn't be upset about it. It's them you can be upset that that you don't have this relationship anymore and you can be upset that this person feels that way about you but you don't have to internalize it versus. I was driving drunk with some teenagers. I picked up and hit an oak tree and one of them has brain damage. The other one's debt that is. Oh I fucked this up up. This is I'm giving you fair warning as to what is going to happen if you continue down this path this is now your second warning. This is your third warning now. It's over and if you choose to never speak to me again in your life. I won't be happy about that but I will sleep because that will be. You're choosing right now. The state of the Union back in in two thousand twelve that was January fourth. Yeah I'm cruel. Show seven twenty. Six Alison Rosen Brian. Bishop that's right all right before we keep these role in. Are we going to keep these rolling but first. Let me tell you Adam Corolla. We'll be in Milwaukee January twenty four th Chicago January twenty fifth to also be making a stop up in Cleveland and Indianapolis in February. Doing Adam Corollas unprepared his standup show featuring a lot of Improv. As well so come out bring a friend rand have a great night and meet Adam too fun. Okay let's keep going with some clips this next one. Two thousand thirteen came along and We came in on January. Second to record this one out of girls show nine hundred four state of the union thirteen back to the program. House in Rosen and happy new year. It's going to be back. Thank you and Bald Brian Hey. Hey Hey the new year's here's how fucking narcissistic I am. And and what a mess I am. I was driving on our show. Okay Okay Ninety minutes come on Buddy I'll I'll I'll give you the reader's digest at cliff notes. I've drying with my daughter played at the park with my daughter. And then I said let's go get some Froyo and she's like what's fro. Yo and I said Oh we're so lazy. We can't say frozen in and Yogurt but it's frozen yogurt and she's like I don't know I think I'll pass and I said it's like ice cream but it comes out I'll swirling yummy coming. You get what your own toppings on there. And she's like yeah I'm good. Let's go home with her fucked up to do to this kid like beater shoe to get her into some Froyo. And could you imagine Chian. You'd be like what is this. delectable delightful substance that smooz forced from cold Ambrosia the guy. That's right next to have the rosen nectar nectar of the gods right. So I was like. Are you kidding me. Are we having like a showdown over Froyo in the park. Like getting the car we're going L.. Space Basic drives my wife Insane. And that's why I've realized that all women over forty are basically clinically insane because they have a daughter that drives him insane. My son sits in a corner makes a tent out of a beach town. Plays with fucking Legos for nine hours. And then he passes out. That's that's it little tap water. Maybe a small team is all you know. He'll trouble you for her. Show tug on you and Yank on you and pull you in every direction. Put my makeup on. I put my hair up in a bun and I was like it never ends and then at a certain point women who unfortunately are wired to give a shit. Yes yes we are so you don't realize like lean to sit there and like my daughter can sit in front of me for two hours and daddy and guess what Jason said a school and all the speed some other distant land hand in my head working designing something laying. Something out in another room can be in a bad mood and I feel like I need to fix it but women. They're tied in. So you just hear this like once every forty two minutes like Lynette. Voice come from down the hall like what what what what you want. You want your way. Eighty two the problem. Is You gotta tune out the defensive. Your way of being isn't it. I took my chill pill I crush it up and I- snorted it. I just blew your mind because I made it sound effects on top of my self-satisfied snort new for two thousand czar rocking START I said look we're getting some Froyo anti put her in the back and we went over to Montrose area there. I used to live out locker center. That's best Froyo in town. and Oh it's real easy. I'll tell you say what these two are like sunning attach real easy three days before we went to Montrose beautiful little town outside of Pasadena and I'm going to get ice cream with the kids and sunny. What do you want says Vanilla he gets vanilla goes and sits down the Italian. What do you want? She says. I Want Vanilla. Okay gets vanilla then she tasted. I don't like it I said what do you want. I want chocolate on. Okay put chocolate on. It puts the chocolate taste. That pushes back may decide. She wants chocolate. I scream so I had to do three laps with her versus zero with Sonny Sonny owning a can't that's not even alive but dead cat stuff stuff cat. So it's it's a real so She's on bowl of water involving more for you than for him. I'm right I'm driving. I'm driving new. You out the Dean armed driving to Montross with my daughter in the back of the car and I'm just thinking New Year's resolution like New Year's New Year's when we got here there's always that could lose a couple pounds take it easy on the junk food but that's like it's so try it. It's like they every year every year so I'm not interested on the take it easy on the desserts. That's not really my that's nothing Asher ye okay all right all right that same one that everyone else has is that that doesn't sound interesting and then I thought Focus be attentive. Be a better father and husband. I thought well fuck that you know. I don't know about that too much much and I kind of went around and as I was going around in my head insert thinking about shit that I needed to do to improve myself. I we know where it came up with this. Everyone needs to get their shit together. That's what I came up with because I just thought fuck that I bash my ass of a deep look into the mirror. Deep Look into the rear view came back with everyone needs to get their shit together. This year well I was it was a lot of it was a lot of you know I'm paying taxes for twenty five people. I heard some stories where some bum with lit on fire by somebody walking outside of a donut shop. You know. Hear hear these stories all everyone's firing pistols off in the air on New Year's and the bullets or raining down killing me and I thought the fuck do I gotta change for. We've got a long time before we get to me about all the fucking deadbeat dads and all the assholes shooting their guns in the air on the fourth of July dowries of what needs to change. Imminently you're no not really I nine pounds or you guys could all get your shit together and make a better society help society more. That's that's right arguably selfish for you to work out a flu. By definition it selfish. Shell fish dish. It's it's quite self. Yeah I just started for. Everyone got their shit together. So how are you going to work on this. Just get on this. I'll get on this year. Microphone and I will complain every night. Now I I want to thank all of you speaking of Taking the focus away from me for a second but making a two thousand twelve so successful and or or growing by leaps and bounds We have I don't know I was thinking about ten eleven twelve employees now and it's all too many. There's too many. It's one too many but I won't say which one the one is and it's because you people listen. It's because you tell friends it's because you click through Amazon banner it's because You get the main Gloria. It's because you you back our sponsors. It's all because of you. It would be impossible because of you and as a matter of fact I tunes owns name. This podcast the number one podcast of two thousand twelve and there are two hundred and fifty thousand podcasts casts on itunes alone and we were numero uno according to them so we will take that nowhere down. That's right that's right absolutely absolutely. I feel like we need to hear it a little horn pretty fucking good. If I didn't have such low self esteem I'd be making a much bigger deal of that Also spiking the ball in the end zone for you. Yeah my Audio book was on Itunes. Best of for two thousand twelve to which which is Really Nice Meena Co bear only comedy books on there so I will take that all right so thank you tell a friend and thank you again in two thousand and thirteen lots of good stuff coming up in general just doing what we do and doing it better. I mean Jay. Moore's coming in tomorrow tomorrow Jay Glazer's coming in tomorrow. You know good gas could formats good shows and the best we can do even better. Also Larry Miller back but only only guest named jd right only guys named Jay Chandrasekhar and then we're sort of out of bullets. Well there's Leno and then there's an the Americans okay all right and we'll keep he's going so semi as we can get to fall off the cliff Larry Miller coming back January nine. So that's good me and Dr drew will be doing shows three times a week drew in the his. Mike said two times a week to me and the s by the toilet and I looked up and saw three times a week. Oh that's the Dr drew show Then there's me Dr drew will do that a couple times a week and then Me and Mike Tyson which will be interesting while it lasts. So that'll we coming up and all that in two thousand and thirteen Couple of interesting things went to Christmas party my sisters ran into you. Know High always marvel at how uninterested everybody in my family is over what I do. Yes especially things like books books and things like that and when I say interested. I don't mean mean-spirited and I understand the part where it's like. I'm not their cup of tea. Creatively or whatever but I would have questions wins for me. Like how many other things did you shall or like. What's it take to get on the New York Times bestseller lists you gotta sell ten thousand or a hundred thousand like what is that? The most sold dessert counting the audio or the e books or I'd have questions for more interested in their lack of interest. I'm fascinated donated by their lack of interest. So I wrote one book and I've never discussed it with anyone in my family. And then I got a second New York Times Bestseller Book and I've never had a discussion with anyone about that either but there I do have the rogue step family and their normal so they do a lot of. Hey what's going on with this and I got an extra copy and could you sign up for my friend. Tony I worked with him. He's a big Fan. I get a lot of that out of them. Highlighting the weirdness of your it does kind of underscore it. Yeah it's like if if a chicks is six and she's got a little bit of an ass and bad skin and then Heidi Klum stance extra she drops down three notches see. I have a lot of hot friends and I've always I felt like if I hang out with them. Then people will just think. Oh she's one of them but maybe I'm actually making it worse for myself. Yeah yes and hang out with you guys know. Like yeah you'd be like a coyote hanging around a bunch of purebred German shepherd's Franck enough to fuck that coyote back so my I have a step cousin named Kim and her dad who passed away recently is named Gaby originally. My you know everyone's stap everyone's a half everyone's confused. I have no idea how it goes. But she's really nice woman. She's couple years younger than me. I grew up with essentially and she said there's a picture in the book of all of us on the porch of my mom shack that I grew up in and she and her brother and her dad or all on the thing and She said Hey somebody told me about your. It's always some like God. Forbid anyone just go out and go. Hey I guess this guy. I've known for forty years has got a book. Maybe I should go but somebody sent them or told them or did something something and and they sent them the picture. They showed him the picture of all of us on the porch. And she's a little cute blonde girl. Stand there little flower dress and she said I've ever seen that picture before. I don't even have that picture picture. Where'd you get that picture? I said I don't know I found it going through some old shoe box full of pictures and she said Yeah. I went online and I want to Amazon Assan and read quite a bit of the book. Pretty good we'll now rich now. I'm rich thank you no problem and I thought did she realized with sarcasm when he said thank you know nobody. I think that's I think whenever I say thank you people take it a sarcastic. At least I hope they do. I mean even if I pulled from a river I I hope that that would be a digging. Take out you hope. It's always taking sarcastically. But it's just a weird thing birthday off it's like what's it GonNa take for some squeeze the trigger on a thirteen ninety nine bucks like you already on on Amazon. How many books are there with pictures of you in it a little more than one picture of her? Evidently she got a second picture. Degrade sales pointer pictures are. They were books out there and pictures of you in them paperback Then I'll make the move This is the the picture you can go to curl dot com and take a look at it but I thought wow my family's really committed to not being committed That's her on the on. The right those are my two front doors is always like to laugh Adam. That's the entire miserable miserable brewed but Like I said the St commitment to what's IT GONNA take like like we know we've established a picture view in this book and a picture of your dad and a picture your brother and stuff that she's never seen before maybe there's more there's more The Guy who essentially grew up with road it. It's on the New York Times bestseller bad. And you're already on Amazon You Cook that mouse over and get a used one nine nine nine. I mean you can accidentally purchase things on Amazon. I think you'd be more careful not to click. Yeah so but she did tell me she read a fair bit of it via via the Amazon sample thing which and start to get me pissed off at Amazon right away. If this is enough to satiate gate my cousin then perfect stranger. You know what I mean like the person who has a picture of it. Perfect Stranger has read too much. Read enough to know that. They're not squeezing the trigger on that You got the you got the used it Twelve dollars and forty forty six cents seemingly a little rich for her. I have rights all right. But I'm saying there's a picture you and your brother and your dad in it. So who's the joke on. Well you sally tally all right. So and that's as close as That's that is officially the most book related conversation has relatives over here. This conversation if they did they quickly tuned out. You know like when you're on the subway A black dude yellows old lady. You do that move. You know what I mean. You're not going to get the eye contact. Maybe it's called try. Yeah we don't understand you can't judge and you could get hit with like you know. Just the collateral fist for you too so mind your PS and QS barrier face in that people or US magazine Have you ever been next to the person who refuses to bury their face though and decided to be a good idea to get involved. It's always a small woman who's a little bit trunk. Oh it's true like yeah and and like wave Timberland. Well there's a point there's a there's is a fighting age and that fighting age is somewhere around like after your period's starts to ten years after your period stops that's your fighting aid and then at some point you become judge Judy and like waiting to punch out a seventy one year old woman passed so they can come up and go. Excuse me Sir. I don't excuse you don't think it's polite and talking to an ex linebacker in the NFL. But that guys can't pound her she's now I'm a regular sized dude who can't come up to that guy because I come up to that guy then we might have to scrap. I'm in fighting range age age and size. Yeah you're right you can't get the Estelle. Getty Judge Judy right right. Yeah so she could do it or a nine year old you you know whoever could come up and do it. But when you're in that fighting age that Fourteen and a half to fifteen to like fifty five depending me on. How if you take care of yourself or not now I had a couple Speaking confrontations you know who I Never stop complaining that everyone is just getting worse and worse and worse and and especially young people and everyone has an excuse. And there's no more like well you know the customers king. What will my bad one you know? There's there's like a lot of laps you deal with a lot of arguing like like in the past. If you took something going back and said excuse me I ask for this toast Rhine. It's covered with butter. So can I stay in the past we. Oh sorry Sir just about now. It's like I heard you say and then you go. I didn't because I know I'm pretty sure I didn't well somebody it's like. Why are we doing laps? And why are you lying about like what's in it for you to to lie about how you actually ordered. Who is this new breed of monster that we've created that has to do multiple laps and a realize? Oh these are the kids who got the participation trophies have never done anything wrong. I'm raising two of them myself. If they do laps you know. But why but I don't feel like well how come but what about you you you know. It's like everything's Selana right and then you get them in a position where they're working but you can't shut that party of brain off. I got I got inspiration for my next movie and I met my Buddy Kevin hench over the break to start working on it and I met him one of those little breakfast. Cafes where you order order at the counter that cash register and then you sit down and they come bring it to you and you know how when a certain business takes on a personality and sometimes it's is just dumb this one on dumb like I walked in and I said can I sit down and she said yeah and I said. Do you bring the coffee or I get my own own Chicago. I'll bring it to you and I just sat there for like twenty minutes waiting for Hansa staring out the whole time. She's just staring at me. And I was like certain point I went. How do I get coffee? Oh no you come them up and Bhai it was like okay everyone. Here's dumb so I ordered an Omelette and it was like What do you want your arm and give me some onions? This and Give me some Turkey sausage and What kind of cheese? GimMe Jack Cheese. And she said okay order. I sat down and I started. Started eating this Omelet and I realized very quickly. This wasn't Jack Cheese. Can I say this. We need cheese clarity. Because I I feel there's times when I order I'm late and I get a square. American cheese melted on top of it. And I'm like that's not what I'm talking about and she's off there. There's a difference between cheese like when you have nachos. There is such a thing as Nachos with cheddar cheese and then there's nachos where they take the one pump from the Velveeta thing that's nothing placerville. Yeah but that's cheese is dairy based not oil-based and then chemical base that stuff stuff tastes like fucking Dow makes official when I was nine and you gave me a piece of American cheese and I bit and I was like what the fuck is this. This doesn't taste like cheese. I I liked jeeze especially in an amish. There's nothing worse than the fake cheese. And they don't tell you now. They don't usually synthesize the cheddar cheese but once Johnson awhile they'll synthesize the the Swiss cheese like sometimes goes at real cheese. They do. Here's read as they do. American cheeses synthesize cheese. Okay there is such a thing as a synthesized a Swiss and a check to they they call you they come they come in those squares like American cheese right right or just a different flavor Little cheese product. It's GS Roddick. So they don't go. This isn't cheese. This is the synthesize oil-based. Whatever so I'm eating in my omelette and it stops melting? It's still in its square like shape and it's coming out and it's like it's got jalapenos and peppers and stuff in it and I said what is so it's fake cheese so and it's always way too salty and it just fucks up the meal so I said I said this is pepper Jack. This fake pepper Jack Cheese. It's the fake version of Jack Cheese. Somebody find me. It's like I know Velveeta makes fucking Jack and a pepper Jack. Whatever it's not? Who are these fucking retards? That like this stuff. I mean it's okay. Here's what I will give you American. She's on a burger. Patty melted doable. Fine but when you're ordering an Omelette or you're ordering Any anything nothing else like anything that has to do with Mexican food or anything that has to do with chips or anything like that in the fake fucking gelatinous hot gooey masses to fucking nightmare. Eight mayor sorry. This is where on the American cheese and all that process. She's never okay now on a burger. You gotTA M M higher in your life. Put a partic- Cheddar on there. But now I know when you go oh do in and out and you order a cheeseburger. You don't have a cheese. There's no cheese selection so you can go no go that and I don't I don't like it I I'd rather have real tschetter melted on it but it's the only time horrible uncertain that particular in and out cheeseburgers fine with me. I don't have to pick the cheese off if it but in an Omelette is fucking horrible. It's synthesized salty weird oily shit and it doesn't never the right level of multi. It doesn't melt correctly. 'cause it's not real. It doesn't melt like cheese so I went to the counter and I said at first off I did ten minutes with Hansen. Who the fuck wants Pepper Jack Cheese. Why Not Jack Cheese? Why are we fucking putting a flavor and everything and by the way I okay I you know I've been going going nuts over under on passion? Fruit was for this year and who won the pool but passion fruit everywhere every vodka every yogurt. The everything everything. There's not there's not there's not there's two hundred and seventy thousand flavors of yogurt now an eight hundred number five flavors and like I said there's no such thing as just getting cranberry juice. It's Cran Apple. Orange nattering Cuban. Yes it passion. It's just so I said I did ten minutes on that with hedge and and I walked up the counter. Fuck once pepper Jack Cheese and as I'm walking up to the counter course. There's a line that weird thing right. I don't WanNa skip in front of the line but there six people standing in line our fuck fuck this thing up so as I walk up I hear the guy go Pepper Jack Cheese pizza a good. Thank you and I'm like okay. Thanks Dick like who would fuck an animal once fake cheese. Now they don't tell you it's fake cheese but it'd be. It's up if you hear Pepper Jack. It's not real Jack Cheese. Okay so I go up. And there's the ubiquitous twenty four twenty five year old semi attractive chick behind the counter. Zoned out and I said Excuse me I sure this Omelet with Jack Cheese in IT and in the we have this pepper Jack Cheese and could I just have it remade with regular Jack Cheese. And she said all our Jack Cheese Pepper Jack which I again. That can't be true. That's the only g they carry now. That's the only Jack Variety they carry so I was. It's like I have. My head is just spinning off because I said look you order ice tea or coffee you order whatever. Don't you just want that fucking flavor like Gimme Jack Cheese and they go. We'll have half Jack Cheese. We have the Jack Cheese to taste like a Mexican shadow snot rocket I go. Oh Better Oh hold on hench leave the peppers put him back in the car mill mon cheese but you already have it premade pepper and the giants. It's about time and take the crate of peppers. Bring them back to the car fantastic. I didn't know you guys should made this marriage because normally I do at the table if someone orders Jack Cheese. Don't you think I think they might like Jack Cheese and pepper. Jack and Jack are so not the same at all because one is disgusting and Really Spicy Jack and one this fake cheese Jack. Cheese is real cheese pepper. Jack Cintheaux Jack so I said I said well you know if if pepper or Jack is the only Jack you have. I don't know what I'm doing. This is part of my. This is part of my New Year's resolution where everyone else gets is their shit together. I said when somebody orders something with Jack Cheese. You should probably tell them. It's going to be pepper Jack. Because that might you know shape shape their decision and she said I'm pretty sure I told you so first off what happened to the math. Yes yes. I ordered Pepper Jack Cheese and then got back to the table. And they'll look. The has four other ingredients might complaining about those because I ordered the Turkey sausage sausage and I ordered the fucking mushrooms and I ordered the onion so I'm not coming back going. What are these onion things doing my no? I ordered that but I ordered Jack Cheese. GimMe Emme fake cheese and peppers in it and ruin the Omelet and she goes she goes. I'm pretty sure I told you and I said trust me you did did not tell me because if you did tell me would have sounded an alarm. I wouldn't want Whoa Pepper Jack that to see why I'm staying here. I'm going to pause and she. He goes I definitely heard it somewhere and I was like I wanted to just dive over the counter and just start beating her head with a fuck and cooking cookie fan. You know what I mean like really can't really this fucking retarded square square off in the middle of this thing. I heard it somewhere you may from someone else in but not part of your order the right so I said listen. I know you're GonNa think I'm Dick and I had to apologize to everyone else. who was in line too? But I said if you heard it somewhere you heard in your own head it did not was not audible. You did not say to me. I did not order pepper. Jack You did not tell me you had pepper Jack Understood. And she's like okay and I knew she was like what deck and so everyone else in line but what are we do. How do we stem this fucking horrible tide side of this crazy fucked up? Nurses like she was willing to leave it at. I heard Pepper Jack like yeah. That's what I'll do like sometimes ordering bring Omelette I'll go is that Ri- or week perjure Bloomington between the Hash browns and the home promote. Yeah that's what I do. Did you hear that As you were ordering what answer. Sergio sworn I heard Pepper Jack. can I order my nail on break. What is that a Colombian whole roaster mister? Coffee damage what I swear swearing. I listen does it ever happen when you order macaroni. I gotTA use the pepper jerk scrap. I have the keys or the door open. Yeah I know she heard Pepper Jack somewhere in a fucking feeble mind pepper Jack and listen bitch. You guys have made this horrific decision to only offer pepper Jack in place of Jack Cheese and I'm sure you save a nickel in the hyenas coming here and he don't know no and different but let's not try to not this ain't a bitch. Let's not push back on me for the love of Christ. I heard Pepper Jeff but the thing is like what you're saying about the idea of the customer always being right in the day even if you had order pepper Jack and then you came up and said you didn't want Pepper Jack. She's supposed to say oh. I'm so sorry all right. Let me fix that for you. Well this is bigger because yes agreed. But it's bigger because it's not about me getting a new Omelette. I'm I'm getting a new omelette. You guys put weird synthesized cheese in my Alma at fucked it all up that that's a foregone conclusion I'm getting a new omelette in. This is about you winning the battle at the counter. This is about us walking away and me going Knicks time. I'm going to bring my stenographer like this is worse because I understand when you I once had a Taylor so buttons onto a Tuxedo jacket. And then he returned it to me inside like one of those white slip covers or whatever and it was in my closet for like nine months and then I was going out and I pull it out and they were brass sailor. Alert buttons like there. Were put on a blue blazer if you were really rich in the late seventies and early second literally anchors made of brass and I walked back to the guy and his two Taylor and I said hey man hello my name is Graham. Welling put black buttons on this big brass buttons on this thing and he's like I didn't do that. Let's take a lot of balls for me to walk into a strange tailor shop and try to save three bucks on buttons. And he's but at least. That guy was arguing because his sold thing was if I eat this yet. I'm going to be out ten bucks worth of buttons out an hour worth of showing so there is a reason a man that just madison he wanted art. I was getting a new. I was getting a new omelets. She was just GonNa Wind Alaska. She's GonNa win the battle of the words. Yes all right Sadly in Memoriam Something to report to you guys which happened near the beginning of the break. Fill up the juggler. My dear friend and I think we have I told you about his case. He's a dear dear friend of mine. I went to Youtube and I found I looked at his act act and just marvel that it but I remember when I he passed away and and I thought when he was the biggest celebrity in the world to me. When I was working I met him at the groundlings handlings and like one thousand nine hundred eighty six or something and he was like a working comedian and He was making like six thousand dollars. There's a weak opening for Andy Williams. Yeah Andy Williams right and it was just. I couldn't believe it and then I came across this This commercial and you guys can go to Adam. COROLLA DOT COM. You've got youtube and and check it out but it was fill up in his prime doing I think it was a it was a bud. Light Commercial Yeah just run. It is my buddy fill up when he was of course. Light Juggling Act. I need some fours light lots of tours with plenty of hot dogs. Lots of fun. Risk Relish told predict the charcoal. And how about something to life but there is an easier west. You'll find everything the life of your favorites. Thanks to the silver bullet. You won't get caught up in the air. This is amazing. Using to know that guy's dead it freaks me out he was the most vibrant coordinated to stay. He'd do that on a UNICYCLE. Just incredible I I one of those guys who is just so fucking comfortable in his own skin. Not cocky at all. Just you know he'd be one of these guys where like he'd go. I don't want to return the island you know. Why shouldn't yeah? It's your arm Lynn. You don't but he wouldn't go like fuck them. Go Up and fucking. Tell that person or you wouldn't be like command of trouble because I don't WanNa get spit my on. They just be like once you have it the way you want it and you should go. He was like one of those guys he he he he he w- he was like not almost naive. In a certain way it was just so comfortable. He was so easy way. We should all be almost almost innocent. Innocent yes just a great guy. So Philip you will be missed dearly my friend and We will oh ooh love to one of our fine sponsor. Speaking of a guy loved Jimmy Kimmel by the way moving to eleven thirty five. Yeah that's what happened at at Katie's resurfaced finally ten years in exile. Eleven thirty five and this is a big. GD deal finally continue to those E.. Specials where are they now have to worry about seeing himself. Eleven thirty five. This is the best tip of the camp you can get put ten years in and can you believe it's been ten years. New Week is going to kick off by the way with Jennifer Aniston and no doubt on Tuesday Ryan Gosling. Sophia for Brad Paisley Bruno Mars. That's just that's just the first week. Jimmy Kimmel live eleven thirty five starting Tuesday. God bless him ten years and Younger smarter better looking possibly thinner. Now My There's a big billboard up that we pass big picture Jimmy Jimmy. It's Freaky for my kids. Go to his house for the Christmas Eve thing and you know he's all over them. Here's your present sunny. Here's your as the most gracious guy on the planet. Here did this. Do you have a serving them pasta Italian. You have positive always makes pasta for the kids and everyone else eats the sea food and everything and he does a seven. We're driving home and there's a huge billboard with him and we got up the driveway and my daughter said Is Jimmy Middle Name. Live live and I thought I said that's a good one to tell you. That's a good one. Jimmy Kimmel live I and and she said I'm not kidding and I was like all right credit now but it's it's interesting how the mind of six year old works and boy does she love her. Some uncle Jimmy so eleven. 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Thank you so much for making two thousand thirteen such a great year coming into year five of this is can you believe it and it's all because of you guys definitely too many. We're definitely Gilding the lily here Thank you so so much for making a success and the only way it's made a success through you sharing it with a friend and You know supporting us when we go out and do a live show. Brian's got a book coming out my books coming out two weeks later citing Kobuk door straight. Yeah just really. I was looking looking at it on the computer today. Just a straight two weeks drop on a Tuesday. Yours is the twenty ninth minds on the thirteenth or whatever May and You can can preorder both our books if you like. I don't know if you've got. I'm sure you'RE GONNA Amazon. You've mentioned before going to Amazon. Look into your books and how it's addictive to see the numbers rise and fall over the course of minutes sometimes and always says customers about this also about this books up there used once it'll higher than the other. I won't say who's right. It's nice to see people buying both. I didn't know my book was on sale at Amazon I just was sort of cruising around and it was and I shot it out there and you can pre pre by it. It's called the president. Me and shrinkage is Brian's cover to be revealed for yours. I'm excited to see. Yes had one of those awkward ones with my wife with Lynette. Yesterday and she said what are they going to be done with the cover of that book and I did the Oh. I don't know we did it like three months ago. Oh you did. Yeah you've seen the cover sure and then then you start doing that. The backpedal RETREA. Yeah I mean I had options but nothing carved in granite. That's all mockup talking about some really rough stuff mainly stick figures done done out of charcoal by people that are alive anymore on the size of caves. I was like a computer somewhere. You know me I don't like the burn you with me so That should be up there soon. Enough in. Thank you once again for the support. get them angry. It come to live shows. We've got some live shows coming up in Chicago and Buffalo and Vegas and that's all on the calendar and that's us doing the live. PODCAST live standup coming up in Detroit and all that good stuff. So we'll talk about the New Year's resolutions and things like that I had a lot first off. I was supposed to be shooting. My movie rode hard during the month of December. So I did not have Mike August usually horses. I me out all through the holidays and all through the New Year because that's the good time to go to Tahoe and play the casino and all that kind of stuff. That's your it's one one of those You know it's like being a dwarf or something that's your busy season and dwarf accountants right this spring right so I would say Normally I would be working and traveling and doing a lot but I didn't end so mercifully I was able to stay home for two weeks. I spent a ton of time with my kids kids and my wife and I just took them to the park and I really. I really had a fun time with everybody. I had a sh- he's just a small breakdown after my resolution which was and everyone is familiar with last year's which was everyone else else gets needs to get their shit together which I still stand by but this year I internalize it a little more and I said Gratitude I've I've always always known gratitude. Good one to get your shit together. Everyone should appreciate me more. Gracious around me. No I KITA heat. A key to happiness is gratitude. It's just it's just. It's just plain and simple gratitude. People WanNA talk about. What's the key to happiness? I don't know family of God religion success Education whatever community. It's really gratitude dude. It's are you. Do you feel happy to be alive to be in this position that you're in to be living I I mean just the fact that you're alive literally doing at the moment. Yeah doing what you're doing or even just being amongst the healthy and on the planet at this particular time. I know we all skate past that one but just the fact that the alarm goes off in the morning you get you get to get out of bed and have another day on the planet. Plenty of people who who wished they could have that many people who never saw their twentieth birthday plenty of people who saw their eightieth birthday but that was two hundred years ago. You know what I mean. It's a pretty. We take a look at the earth and those who have been on the earth is pretty small minority of people that are on it right now and healthy we. We need sort of take a look at the calendar Earth counter philosophical. But this is the time you were here for such a short amount of time and when that hits me and then I think about how I spend my time you know being upset about this or being irritated by this then I get I get I think I should also have more gratitude. We should all what do that and I will tell you doing things like being knee deep in documentary about a guy who's dead named namely only Paul Newman helps you because you look at a bunch of footage of a guy from one thousand nine hundred eighty seven going like. I don't blame the car. I blame myself when I drive. Ever something. That guy's dead and yet whatever he's talking about or whatever he's doing at that moment the most important thing in his life and I guess that's how we're wired. It's going to be hard to get away from that. Probably Society would implode if we all just hung out with my dad and went on long walks at dawn and didn't pay taxes but there is a balance and I had this crate. I was I had to good moments. which was Lynette got me industrial strength? Thank you sir for for Christmas and I was every year I now this year I start choosing I start juicing. Nineteen eighty-seven juicer. You announce this before. You had a juicer. I probably announce it enough that finally but every time I see one other juicing commercials I am fucking inspired and it's one of the rare things that is really good for you and it actually tastes good no matter what you shove into that thing as long as you follow it up with a green apple a little bit apple right you're fine and you put Kale and shoes spirit. Toss Asian Asian in there. Whatever you're juicing? At the time he followed it up with a green apple boom done so to two moments first off. I got the juicer and I was like yeah two thousand fourteen. That's year every morning every morning to wake up and choose head of time reviews for j I used announced this is it. I'm cleaning myself out. All the figgy pudding and Eggnog and all the throws all even all the all the junk. Okay I've been I've just tons of everything was the booze and pound cake or pound cake dipped in booze you now. It's all now cleaned myself. Jews so I did that and then about ninety he minutes later. I said if you want to go the hotdog drain and it was smashed. Got To me eating Chili fries about eighty six minutes later you should have juice them but only ordered one hot dog. That was my that was my compromise. Said Yeah materially fries. Shut down through the through the juicer. So speaking of dogs so that was again. I had about ninety good juicing minutes before I waited for the Chili fries and then I had about twenty any two minutes of gratitude before throwing one of my like crazy dance fats out on the lawn. which is we moved and most host? The reason why I moved and we moved was to have a yard for the kids lived up in the hills. Kids couldn't ride their bikes around around. That couldn't play in the yard. Natalia just announces you know I want a rope swing on a tire swing and I want to zip line. I want this I want that would play tetherball and stuff like that and then Lynette goes into this defcon five things like she announced. She wanted a tire. I told my parents I wanted a dog my entire higher life so what. They went back and sat down and watched Mary Hartman Mary Hartman or whatever it is. They're watching the point. Is they ignored plenty of my please. I wanted to mini-bike go cart. I WANNA dog. I wanted to parents of cared. I wanted many things a football with the laces this time so you you should have started with much higher. I want a dog on a rope. Swing can have our. How about just the rope swimmer? So she got. She needs to tire show. We moved into a house with a nice community. That was sort of kid-friendly the house. Not as exciting but a nice big yard not as exciting as the one you had before. Yes but a nice a nice yard so that the kids could play in the yard and molly immediately started shooting up the yard in which case I found myself in the backyard having the catch with my son with the football that were never able to have when we lived up in the hills hills because we're on a slope we didn't really have a yard but now having this catch he's going out for pattern stepping dog shit and sort of having to run serpentine need to get around the dog shit and everything and I was molly shitting up this entire back yard and I and it's just it's all over the place so I say hey look to my wife. I say wha- We gotta we gotta get her to go like an aside like where the dog run is and what are we going to do. So what I do is I put a little fencing in the side side yards ten foot wide and it's about forty fifty feet long and it's super low fence in there. There's a doggie door. Let her go through the dog door. Let her get used to you. Know Start going the Internet. Ask Caesar how to get the dog shit over here because he's shitting up the backyard hard. Yeah because I want to understand it. It's real easy to old dogs new tricks so this should be heard that. So the tally going down there. Zip Line nine. And I'm running next door. But I'm dodging the dog shed and we're getting these arguments like. That's the Gardner. Pick up the shit. Yeah he does. One was a gardener here yesterday. While there's ten new piles of Shit is that the garnered not pick up the shit sitting in your yard. Lynette bought the plastic spring loaded jaws of life scooper. One by the way. Don't get too high Falutin with your shit scoopers. Just simple mini rake and the flat panel Pan on the stick always as she got the weird talents that come down at the hinge. Yeah it immediately broke. So she's she's you know. Where's the scooper picker upper? It's broke. She options out there with the bag. So we spend my vacation nations sort of arguing about where molly shitting and how to get her to shit somewhere else. and WHO's not clean up the ship not Germane and yet I want to know. How did the chicken handled at your your old house? We'll see the shit at the old house was in a small section of the backyard which was on a slope which was allotted just sort of Burton dead grass and nobody wanted to go out there for catch or for tire swing so the res. It was one of those things where the reason we didn't have the tire swearing. And the reason we couldn't have the catches a reason. We never stepped in Molly. Shit it was all contain to a thing that had a thirty percent grade on. It was no good for tossing the ball right now. We have the yard. That's made for tossing the ball around in the shed custom made for Molly's Amos. She's a set. You're playing ball yard right so she also likes the shit down this corridor. Now the the thing that made my new year's resolution turned earned. A shed was I was the the garage is in the back of the House and you actually have to drive across a portion of the back lawn to get to the garage it sounds a little Kooky but it works fine. If you have kind of car where you'd park and drive at once a month it wouldn't be good if you parked every night kind of thing but you just drive across the lawn and that's fine so now as part of the moving process I'm going to take a couple of my cool cars and bring them over and put them in said new garage and so there I am and I call my Guy Rob and I say Dr One of the cars out Al drive you back and I'm staring at this corridor and I'm seeing some mammoth piles of Molly Shit and I remember thinking first off. Why and then thinking okay? When he drives the car crossed this lawn? I gotTa make sure it's an old school nineteen sixties car with the tires on it. Very Nabi ask many places for Shit to go non not a nice slick of for the Shit to fall off and and so here comes rob now pulling up the driveway. And I'm doing this move way. I'm going to run out in front of him as he's you know sort of work in the clutch and working gas and coming up and doing the sort of wave move out front. Come on come on come on then at a certain point I see. He is on a collision course with the biggest pile of Shit on the lawn. And I'm picturing it already pre pictured at getting pushed in times three three thousand pounds of pressure into between the tire in into the tread getting pushed up into the fender the back tire then running over the same spot and then leaving. The imprint went on the court in the front of the in front in front of the garage and so forth. So I'm doing this move. Thank God add something my hands to throw. I was carrying some like home. homedepot bags back to the garage and I'm doing like come on. Come on come on in about thirty feet before the Shit I see. He's just going toward the shit. Of course why. Why would he go anywhere else? It's not his fault. He can't see where he's going driving on grass and I do the Ho Ho Ho Ho hand up hand up hand up and he just keeps rolling along and I'm like now it's going in slow motion. Stop Stop Stop. He can't I'm in a position where he can't like Austin powers. He's just looking for going to any just Mur third right just drew I. You couldn't move the tire three millimeters to the right to left just right under completely flat and the fresh fresh pile of shit goes right up pushes up around the side of the then goes then goes onto the concrete and it's leaving that track that every every revolution solution. There's a print every you know like like when you do a potato stamp when you're a kid and I'm just holding this bag full of like the Home Depot. Shit you know little wrenches and not whatnot and socks and I'm just like throwing it into the lawn like screaming up into the heavens like what. What are we doing would ride? Why did you see yelling? Stop and then but why is my lawn covered in and I was doing like my Tantrum from dance. Your gratitude dance realize yes. I have a big beautiful house. This guy drove a beautiful Italian cars through a pile of shit. I should be grateful because he can just hose it off the tire. But it's because I was staring that shit an hour earlier going. Let's not it let this happen and I feel like I steer into that stuff like I like my my no Mayo means. It's extra Mayo. Every time when I saw that pile of Shit and said well I'll tell you there's one thing rob can't do with this car. He cannot run over this pile of shit in this car. You're it was done as far as the shit entire concert. It was written down Roy. What is the Tantrum dance? It's just a would you Abu can't see you. which is the listeners? There's lots of arms up in the air waving around and ahead kind of bobbing back shocked. All the garden stuff that I had bought at the Home Depot starts to rain on onto the ground. Done the God damn it sort of couldn't figure out where the run toward rob and start yelling. Yelling at Rob Rob Rob didn't do it on purpose. He just went. I was yelling. Stop and my hand was flailing about. He didn't I should've thrown myself in front of car. Thought I'd run inside the House and start yelling Elliot Lynette about. Where's the worst going on? Why are we picking up this shit? Why can't you train the dog the shit and the dog run? It's called the dog run. have her shit in that in just I just. I didn't know which way to run. But my whole gratitude that Elaine muscle surprise. You did potato stamps as a kid. Oh yeah absolutely big in the seventies any anything anything that didn't really cost any money and consumed huge amounts of time. The Corollas did I mean we didn't do him at home school or whatever there was a weird thing about make it stand out of a bottom of an acorn make one Out of potato. I don't know I don't think kids are going to give a shit about stamps. Stamping things anymore. Well we're a big deal right funny you brought up gratitude on the very top of the show I Christie and I were doing some early spring cleaning tech a couple of days off to clean out some drawers Organiz ship. Who at Christmas stuff and we're Clinton doors that have been gone? We stack aplastic drawers. We have brought from the apartment hadn't been gone through in years. Let's go through this and get rid of we. We don't need and come across a mole skin. nope that is right about this bay with the plastic or the rubber band around it where dishes take notes so S- Christie's so it's crises sees that she bought when I had gotten sick when I first got diagnosed and she was lurking. I wasn't working. And she had just started her her food blog pardon my crumbs dot com start. The food blogs is really into blogging because he was helpful for her and everything on the very first she hadn't looked at the thing since she started the blog a few pages of notes recipes and whatnot on the very first page. You won't read and we're just word gratitude today and there's only thing that she was like let's really take stock of what we have an obvious symbolism but it was It was a very sweet thing to be like. Oh you've got about this eat. It is the only it is sort of the key to happiness the balance part is. How do you get things done and get multiple things done and to have that gratitude at the same time you know appreciation another words? Hey you got a beautiful house beautiful car and a beautiful wife. Beautiful Kids Beautiful Dog. That shit's up ironically prescription dog food. So it's the most expensive offensive hyacinth kit. But how do you balance that with. Oh come on. This isn't really a problem be happy. You don't have any real problems with that. I don't want this dog shit in the backyard again like that. So how do you get that sort of Momeni motivation and and that gratitude. At the same time I think so much of that is just who you are. I think probably fostered but my grandpa who just passed passed away when he was my grandma who passed away many years ago a series of strokes and she was not doing well. She lived at home with him because he was capable and they were advanced as or my grandparents my parents and he would say to her. They'd sit on their balcony and he had to help her feed her and get her ready and everything Bob Lout and he would say you know what we got better than ninety percent of the people in the world right here right now found. That's an absurd thing to think. He's helping feed her and they're old and they're barely getting around but it's his perspective and you can knock that out of them. I think it's an awesome thing. If you have to the challenges fostering it. I I love it. I'm envious of it. There's part of me that always finds it pathetic but I'm always envious of it as well. That sucks it's funny. Leave out molly that Natalya said and she's completely right. It's made me laugh my ass off. I tweeted out over the over with a break. If you want to rob my house simply bring a dustbuster or anyone's house with the dog just bring a dustbuster because they're all scared shitless of dust but I don't know why hi so. We were pulling up the driveway. Molly does that move where she's laying in the middle of the driveway. And then I come pulling up and she sort of looks I mean. Does the hair you what you want me to move can just park there. I'M GONNA. I'm planning on shitting out an grass later on your drive onto that part and I do like the honk the horn and she kinda gets gets up and she meanders about and at certain points she gets away from the car a little bit. I start going forward again. Then she sort of worked your way back out in front of the grill and it's like just fucking dog has no fear of six thousand pound automobile zero and it's also the point where I can't see where she is. Sometimes if I'm either going forward or backing up as she will sit sit or stand right behind the car or right in front of the car and I said to my kids were in the car. I said it's crazy the stock. It has no fear of automobiles and my daughter without missing a beat said. Yeah but she's scared to death of the hairdryer and I dot show truth. You fired up a hairdryer she would. You could sprinting to the other side of the house now that I think that's what makes your stupid. You know what I mean. Here's something that could kill you. Here's something that could make you. Look Fluffy and your hair look shining manageable and one volume and one. You're completely I mean you're fucking sprinting. To the other side of the house the go roll over. Take a fucking nap in front of Natalia came up to me at our Christmas party and presented a balloon and told me that she tied it by herself for the first time that you tell you this achievement with her tongue which scared data just a little bit just a little bit. I can understand concern. She didn't tell me that she did it. Well I told her. She said it with a wink. The Bite I said Bite that thing. You know the balloons with all right. That was the state of the Union from twenty fourteen and cruel a break it down as I show back we came back in January fifth that year so we got a little bit more of a cushion. Break all right this next one. So a Lotta People Wanna hear the transition from Alison Gina and it all started in two thousand fifteen. You guys hear about it here but this is Adam breaking down what happened. A portion of fourteen eighty two. They had patent Oswald on a guest on the State of Union so which they never do as it was. It didn't really work. So they had a guest segment the first aid explained with the new cast changes and it was all kind of sweaty like Adam. Look sweaty sweaty in Portland. Looked like it was like did. Didn't look like it was a very easy for him to do all this kind of cramped and so then what happened is after this episode people further explain Glenn further explain and there was another side of the story. Side cannot Moore show and then people like what happened. What really happened? It was as simple as what happened states here. He just wasn't happy with it and he wanted to change him. That's they did so here. It is Adam Corolla show state of the Union for Twenty fifteen with new news girl. Gina Grad and Brian Bishop. This is from January third of twenty fifty. Good Day Cina Grant Hello and Bald Bryan. That was the number one drop people were enraged. That was snubbed at the you know what I say that what I do now Winter I can't are you at the voting committee. Dr Drew All right Gina Grad. What is Gina Grad doing here? Alison Rosen is not going to be part of this program in two thousand in fifteen. Why nothing personal? I like Alison Rosen. I think Alison Rosen is very talented. Had An very funny. I think she's a great writer and I think she's a great comedic voice but I don't think she's a great side it kick I think she's a good sidekick but I don't think that's her calling and I sat next to her for a number of years and I tried tried it out and it just wasn't a fit as far as sidekick and it's not a personal thing and it's not a creative thing it's not even an ability thing I just feel like she wasn't side kick material which is probably a good thing. No fence to Eugene Gina Grad but I don't know can question Texas. Certain kind of dashing charisma charisma shoes. I don't know if I'm good. Incite kick material either. But I just didn't feel like that was her role even though I thought she was very talented and very funny. And it's not all about about who's funniest and who's the best writer and who's the best jokes during who's the best whatever there's a certain genus aquatic to sidekick and. I felt like she was better as a lead than a sidekick so we went a different direction in two thousand fifteen so far Ron Gina Grad when I say so far good Gina. We Know Gina. I've known her for a number of years. I really love Gina and we go back to the KAYLA sex days. But I didn't want to just have the first person coming here and go. Hey this is your job for perpetuity. I thought it'd be nice to have people come in. Audition is not the right word. But I shouldn't have said audition if I didn't mean audition but come in and sit in and see how the chemistry was how the flow was so Gina Grad First Talk. You can tell us about yourself are passed in your pass. Well like you said you did the morning show at Kayla's Ex and I helped out on the conway show at night. And that's why are pads pads. I crossed and super happy. They did. WHO's next by? By the way I loved Him Conway and it was one of those situations blissful blissful be get Houston not be on the finish any of your thoughts but she's been here for all right when we were on air at Kayla sex. The the Great Jack Silver came in and said he was my full name. People said we're GONNA pack it up and we're going to tell everyone on Friday morning morning on your show. There were packing it up and I said what time does what time are we officially packed up and he said five pm that good evening so you announce it at six. AM on Friday and at five PM on Friday. We're officially packed up. And I said well Tim Conway has been on the air longer than any of us on this station. Probably ten eleven years. At that point he comes on eight o'clock or ten o'clock or whatever for was seven to ten he will not be able to say goodbye because we will have packed it up before he gets to say goodbye so his last show is going to be Thursday. Going see see you tomorrow and then there'll be no see tomorrow so I said that's not gonNa work for me because I liked him and Timson on the longest. Tim should be able to say goodbye by to his audience that he's been with for decades and this was not the pedis idea correct. No this was no one's idea but me doing the math of the guy's he's been here the longest is the guy's GonNa get clipped and not going to be able to say goodbye. You pull at Your Station your bullet my station mine. So I said since nobody gives a shed since no one ever does give a shit. Why don't I say it on Thursday? That way Tim Conway will be able to say a junior will be able to say goodbye on his seven o'clock show Thursday night and then when it comes Friday. We'll all say our final goodbyes and will sign off at five o'clock and because of that we had a nice sendoff that night. So thank you for that. I concur except for when I tuned in the following day to hear Bonnici explain. What a Douchebag I was and how you never how we'd all agreed to send off on a Friday and a jump sweet? I jumped the gun and did it on Thursday and Jack Jack Silver never walked into the studio no we discussed it it was always just. What a huge douchebag I was for jumping the gun and saying it on Thursday well on behalf of the Conway Conway team? We really appreciate being able to say goodbye. So thank you well thank you. You can't back it up and just stopped at Jackson over. Never walked excusable so Either way gene and I go way back to Kayla sacks and now Gina your job then became what it became everything it became plug and play fill in which is super fun and Super Awesome. been doing it ever since I started doing stuff a. KFI Did show here with. Dr Drew's lovely wife Sue. He was in good times. You stuff all over the place and I'm happy to be here. Can I tell you that I went to dinner. At Laurie's unripe. As did I won't you go. We want the day of the beef bowl oud later but it's the straightest straightest gays Doniger vetiver is. Well let's put it this way. I challenge anyone to come up with a straighter event. That sounds Gayer than the beef ball. Did you play around. PUT THE MR on the man like incentive tail on the donkey. 'cause that exists. You know what the people is. Nobody sounds pretty. Good Ball is the to rose bowl teams coming together at the prime rib place from nineteen o one and seeing how much beef they can consume in an afternoon rose bowls It has to do with flowers the plant something to hold them then we went. We went there that afternoon with just my kids Dr drew and his wife and crew. Yes in a certain point. I've a great relationship with Dr Drew's wife. which is she knows? I know she's not an I. I don't mince words with her at all. And at a certain point after about our six go round with the waitress I said. Do you realize every single time the waitress has come to this table. You have had a special alternative requests that has sent her back to the kitchen never to turn never to return. The rhythm completely literally couldn't order glass of wine without the What do you like is going to give him the Pinot Noir? Whatever you like what are they got and then they always throw out to stay ago? You went you went to Wolf Creek or would you like the Russian River Hills. Fuck you I know. Who Am I? Earning Bernie Bernier Giulio Gallo. Like I don't fucking know who. Just give me the one you like the one. That's more expensive right so anyway. She reordered every single thing on the menu but the kids had a good time. Must Have Larry's Zepplin cut the meat for you. It's called the blimp. Yeah bring over the big iron cart. Yeah did they school where they match the cart of meat over. Yes if it got any older they would just drag a cow endoscope. Just fucking right now. which in the wake of all time they were it would make a French maid outfit? Look Conservative or duty. Okay Call Me Mrs. So and so and it's It's very good times but anyway so Gina Grad is here and she's GonNa be here and and hopefully she will Stay here I have Thoughts about Many things and there's so much get to patent Oswald it's going to be here as well well there's a lot to talk about As far as the break goes I thought I would try to catch everyone up on two thousand fifteen and since it's a coming around the corner or since we're here now and I thought it started sitting I was sitting over Kimmel's theater watching football with cousin hasn't Salva and I thought I should tell everybody. Sort of what. Two Thousand Fifteen has in store for me and We can kind of figure it out in March. I start catch a contractor again season three. That'll be season. Three of catch a contractor also March arch my independent Rom Com rode. Hard will come out but I don't know exactly how it's going to come out yet. Limited release with some VOD Indians usual. Shit April the Newman documentary will come out and again. Some limited release ace was some vod stuff and then really fast. I haven't even seen a frame of it. Well I shall show you frame but just one okay and and Then in June my book will come out bad. Signed by the way talking to Mike Lynch earlier today working on the book I said Once this book coming out he said Father's Day I said what month this father's Day. I Dunno both paused went. I think that's a bad sign. I think that that doesn't do not usually celebrate father's Day. It's always just a surprise to you when it comes up. Yeah that's my dad. I think that there's a window and that window is the same window you have for state capitals. It's the same window you have for. How many days in in February there's that window in when that window get shut and then painted shut like minded for for holidays for birthdays for whatever days whatever whatever whatever it is there is a window it goes well vice presidents march on okay? Yes there's always adding more the I'll I'll I'll put it to you this way my birthday for my entire time on this planet. His Been Labor Day or Memorial Day. What are you which everyone comes? I I don't know it's never and everyone says. Oh you know when I go once the indy five hundred they go memorial day and I go or Labor Day I go once that may twenty four and I go. Oh that's my birthday. My birthday always been on that weekend. I've never known if no what I should know but it was never celebrated so you didn't get a cake in barbecue gone from Mr Corolla right so we didn't it never got cemented so my parents birthday never got cemented. Father's Day never got cemented. Mother's Day never got cemented. Once you get past ten and a half without those dates getting cemented just like the capitals. It's really hard. The cement hardens right. Nobody nobody says I went back when I was forty four and learned the capitals of all the states or learn which months had twenty eight days or any of that in which had thirty one like it doesn't. There's only one for twenty eight days. Well I know June. Don't step on my point is there. Is that window and that window gets shot. It could shut and you kind of move on and then forever more. You don't know when Mother's Day is when Father's Day is when your mom's birthday is and that's how I how I am and I think Mike Lynch that way too because it was sad that neither one of us knew I thought Father's Day was in May but I was relieved to find out it was in June. Give yourself an extension got another month you reprieved to write this book all right so the book and catch contractor and rode hard and The Newman dock. And all that good stuff as well as a bunch of podcast all coming up and you're doing contractor shows in Vegas now I should say there will be some episodes out of Vegas. Yes yeah sweet doc. Wait to meet those folks so that's GonNa be good times also all right so just some general thoughts and I think this it's GonNa be SOMEWHAT UPLIFTING I hope so my kids got a bunch of shit this year a bunch of helicopters that started off his trucks rocks and then break broke free of their wheels. Lifted into the air and Blah Blah Blah. They got another thing that was like a drone that you could put a camera Brown and Bubba bubba above Gary trained shots. They can't get the Gary fluent in the ceiling of the warehouse and then rob fluid into the wall of the warehouse and now it's at home and I have no idea you had operated. They got three of everything three of everything and they're all more technologically advanced than the necks. But somehow it's not moving their a needle the number one gift that we got the the entire Christmas vacation and I've been home and I've been relaxing blacks ing and enjoying my family during the entire Christmas vacation. The number one gift is Jay Joe. He's Assistant Jay Assistant. J. J. Miller came to the house with his lovely girlfriend a couple of days after Christmas and he said I got a gift for the kids and I said what is this skift. And he said it's a it's a mobile ping pong unit and I said how does that work and he said I bought it for myself during the grab bag. Actually I bought it for a friend during the grab bag. But somehow during the grab-bag wide elephants Soi Yankee swap secret. Santa thing he somehow finagle that back to him. The camp was twenty dollars so was seventeen dollars or whatever it is it's to Ping Pong paddles. Three balls and a mobile net and the net is an accordion. That will pull out to six feet or go in as close as two feet. And then it has to sort of l shape clamp hooks that go into the bottom of it you can turn any table into a ping pong table. And he flat surface any flat surface right. So if you have dining room table ping pong table so plastic. I'm sure it's from China. It was well under twenty dollars and he brought it over and he said Yeah. Let me let me get hooked up over here on the dining room table. We had to add a leaf in leftover from Thanksgiving so little extra length. He slid it in the middle. I got my daughter on one side. I was on the other. And we've gone at it ever since she comes home from whatever and says you WANNA play Ping Pong. My son comes home. Says the number one thing we've played is a thirteen dollar plastic pieces shit game. That's as old as all our childhoods goes back to China two thousand years ago better than the unmanned drown better than the unmanned drone but there's something satisfying about the simple physical men men versus man one versus the other. Just this back and forth to one. I don't know that that will ever be replaced. That and then when you do this. No one's going anywhere until we volley ten times and I don't care for. I don't care if we don't go to dinner tonight. I don't care if we never leave the house. We gotta get back and forth ten times. One you know to you get to seven. It goes off the table start again. There's something so insanely visceral pragmatic and whatever about that simple. Just that simple interaction. I don't think it can be replaced with the video. Game or drone is one of the kids better at it than the other. Yes the girl kicks shit out avoid. Aw He wants nothing to do he. He basically gets down on one knee and runs across like in tennis tournaments and grabs. The ball runs back again. That's all Shagong. He's a sugar but the thing that's interesting is I say to her. We're not going anywhere until we ten and we'll get to six and Mama Balance Time to go to dinner and I'll go. We're not moving until you get to ten and have realized it's sort of how you get better at everything. Yeah if you're if you're skipping skipping rope and you do that crossover move. Don't drop the rope until you get five off and if you screw up at four sort of start over again and no drop in the rope until you get five or ten or fifteen or whatever that number is but keep it going. Anyway Jay. Joe's a Little Ping Pong game aim had turned out to be the hit and it's under twenty dollars involves zero technology. There's no one we didn't know that had didn't have one as things is in their basement somewhere growing up it's not one of these You newfangled whatever your plasma screen and your digital whatever now just old school super satisfying sound. Yeah there's no cheating it you have to Kinda US little finance. And that's that he take to a backhand more. How does how does that work? She basically just smack down on it each time but is but gets good enough so we got up to twenty one. Look our best volley it height an issue with her. Because she's the over Ryan throw on a stool. She's right but she's right there. Just it made me think that that the simple things in life are really the most satisfying things in life. When you're eight years old all the technology in the world takes a backseat to you and daddy trying to get to ten with the ping pong ball and the noise and the o one off the saved it? Oh you know pop up in the air you know just kind of just satisfying yeah. It's like a kid from the twenty wearing knickers and running down the street with the Hoop and the stick. Finish Interstate McEnroe than it's she's not getting mad no not yet speaking of which are you are you there. Are you playing at your full capacity when you know the thing is I'm attempting to keep the rally going. That's my entire effort. And now is the state of the Union. From twenty any fifteen Adam Corolla describing the what was a very messy breakup From our previous news girl Alison and yeahs ask. Jia said we further address it a few episodes later when the backlash was just so huge. One here that you can go into podcast one premium. Well home life podcast. They have a full back archive. Go the next two episodes after this one. And you'll hear more of the fallout discussion. What happened and the details but overall all worked out for the best Gina's their shows great allison still flourishing with her show on Koa show stronger? It's ever been no hard feelings between. Maybe I know yeah. I think we're all good. Good all right. We're GONNA keep the state of the Union's going. This is from two thousand sixteen and we had a guest this year. Two cousins sal came in this is kind of the the collapse of the state of the union becomes less and less about the future of the network and more about some shit. That just happened This one is the Latest a dinner with a baby doll and maxing out his card and how they got away with it and what they did. Cousin Sal tells the full story. He was in the studio that brought him in and it's kind of impromptu thing they're doing and they call this the state of the Union for two thousand seventeen or for twenty sixteen but it's really cousins. Sell telling the story and everybody kind of getting back together in January of twenty sixty get it on got the choice to get on mandate get it on and thank you for joining us for going into now. Our seventh seventh year could not have done it without all of you making this business possible got everyone health insurance this year. It's been good so so thank you and again. It's all because you guys now. Okay Tina granddaddy you. Happy second year to you and happy New Year everyone all all right A little bit of good luck. Everyone said Oh. We WanNa hear the Big Dixon Story. How much money is spent now to dinner and that whole story but talks talks and dinner for Dixon twice? Eerie comes into town twice a year. COUSIN SAL runs the bill up. That's the big joke. It's try to outdo ourselves every year. Well I realized cousin sows watching football in the warehouse next to ours. And he's here so I thought well he was sober. He was there Aaron. He was doing most of the ordering so why not cousin sal from ESPN sportscenter. Making picks on Thursday night. Ten o'clock although I seem to see earlier than that I'm not sure why I also of course Jimmy came alive weeknights eleven thirty five cousins Sal. Thanks for having me my pleasure. I saw cousin sal on on Christmas Eve. At Jimmy's house he came by our house with great kids on New Year's Eve so it's been a lot of cousins. I think my great kids are throwing going nerves lamborghinis right nervous about getting back to the TV. Viewing we'll get you back. I just realized you're on top of this. I mean you're orchestrating the whole thing with Dixon and the dinner. You're doing most ordering real curveball. This year with the truffles. Oh yeah that's a wildcard black or white the bowl. I got really lucky with that. Those strange well. It's total serendipity. Because EV everybody can think all right. You want to run up the TAB. So what do you do start with expensive bottles of water. I think we had some twelve hundred dollar Saudi drink wine and they bring bring it over for me to process shaking it. Whatever Allan this is good? This is great dance because the person should have said it back up the person who's doing the waiting his run into this gold mine of insane saying white people with black cards. It's a white guy. This is what you want White Guy. AMEX best color combination nation on the planet. That's the orient the Oreo you want when you're the waiter right. So he's got the black AMEX. He's got the lily white table and everyone's ordering during trying to break the car black lungs to smoking which is another thing because every time Dixon gets go smoke I'll ordering we huddled around like idiots but he has to smoke so that they gives us an opportunity to meet with the waiter right. Well we'll put the pictures up on Amazon DOT COM You can barely see me. I'm behind Jimmy over there. And then Simmons and Simmons in the back The usual suspects. Jimmy was there. Bill was there Mike August showed up and ever ever. You know Mike August wasn't supposed to be there but there was free food and when there's free food he finds his way. Yeah so he So we're ordering the thing. The thing is again. The wine lot of you know you can go with caviar so they had these speckled caviar or speckled potato chips which is one hundred dollars for a does in this race. I'm right back to my childhood. My mom would bring out a plate of potatoes. Tena come on. I'm going crazy because for the first or this is a whole different part of the conversation with the first ninety minutes of the meal was all fish or weird stuff off right. But I didn't care I just said bring everything right but I had. Here's how this stuff works. The most expensive stuff is the fishies weirdest stuff out there so they come out. And you're like what is that. It's a cow zetter. What's it feel quitting? Would you squirt good someone. Give me a flight saying give talk piece of chicken chicken expensive enough. So we're getting live octopus thrown out onto the table and it's like it's but the first nine courses are all what we had. We had this. We had octopus all nonsense. No no meat be chick now it was it just disgusting. Daniel Jamie or Maddie's offset many times like I've traveled the country contrary with these guys and their whole thing is. They don't want seafood. They Want Appear Pylon scraped onto their play like bar. I don't mind a piece of swordfish. Swordfish it's been cooked over some mosquito. They want fucking molly particle particle since yet. They want to eat. Wouldn't leg of a sea captain so they're not into seafood weird stuff you like like if the if you ever went like Tom. Hanks trapped on an island with these guys. They being MM fucking paradise because they turn rocks over and tidal pools and go my God right right right. No you're right. You're right about that but I think we had different agendas. There's I wanted to run the bill up infinity and you wanted flank steak. I wonder if one piece account that we eventually a piece of state came out. It wasn't enough for the table. Fifteen rounds of potato chips with Caviar Yara on them now the truffles was we all like some kind of pasta dish or something and this poor waiters leaders assistant comes out with five softball-size truffles aren't it was an orange base blow bigger than baseball growth. Yeah exactly and they're fifteen dollars a gram which. I don't know what Graham is when you're shaving that stuff off but it seems expensive so then by the end. We're just taking the full truffles breath and throwing them against the wall and cracking in our hands against the wall. They're unusable and baby screaming at the waiters. Like get the fuck out here with these truffles would she probably hadn't heard before guy. Yeah normally that language in truffles. Don't go together. It's more of a ruffles than on that land. Imagine sal the delight bottles. There's trays coming out. That are you know hundred bucks a tray or or whatever it is but he gets hold of this thing is a Christmas ornament. It's worth thirteen hundred dollars. Essay fifteen dollars a few shaving. I was like holding the jewel that the one hundred and thirty two year. Old Woman at the end of the titanic. What it was I knew everyone started grabbing the truffles and play like hot potato with truffles and Dixie was like monkey in the middle and like he he scaling? I'm not paying for these truffles. Like what what are you going to do and what to do what did not against the law and and then he order at a certain point Dixon. It was just weird thing. I wanted to limit and certain point when our eleven tray of potato chips with with now. Here's the funny thing. Dickson has the pallet of a nine year old down syndrome. Like he wants steak well. Well Cook like burnt steak. He wants like a burnt steak. A baked potato with some cigarettes on his Palette. He still gets the rudy. Tutti fresh fruit I'm not even only silly adult male who has fifty million dollars in the bank who goes to McDonalds and orders like desserts like power phase and stuff like this. I don't know anyone who orders desserts at McDonalds. So that's his thing so a dentist had deserts. McDonald's with the potato chips and caviar completely he record dog what is more bullshit. He takes one of the potato chips. That's got the cream fresh. And the caviar top of it and he just chucked it against brick wall pouch to spot twelve's to it and I said that's going to be there for a long time because nobody's looking for it. I'm loosely basing this on the piece of fruit roll up that stuck to the ceiling of my Stepdad's room with me and my cousin Greg when we're nine and check their in my forties and it was still there formats so this is this potato chip. I was studying it. Yeah there's there's physically picture of dot up there. The ceilings like thirteen feet high. You can see all the cracks in the plaster but I stuck a quarter size piece of fruit roll up to the ceiling of my Stepdad's room and everyone says your mom and and your Stepdad. They sleep in separate rooms. Why is that? I always say you think John came in my hair wants. That's it. It really really think I want to know that. I don't even know my fucking mom's maiden name much last why they sleep in separate rooms are you. Don't worry rail find out I found out they met in a primal scream therapy and counter group and told me that ruined my fucking holidays. Yeah he's always like where's your mom and your Stepdad. Me and I'm like I don't care don't WanNa hear I don't know I don't know he found out speaking of primal scream that wallpapers pretty serving from nineteen fifty two okay. TANNIN's and soldiers. The house was since torn down but either way I love the escalation of money wasting at these. It starts off the back into the guys who don't oh drink orange specimen bottles of wine the towers for other tables or destroying things. Now who wasn't listen. David Cross he ran into was Davis Bacon Jason. He had a great line so you. You're this one I was not at. Its probably out of town and you're ordering seafood tower and it's at the sunset. Tower te coincidentally two years ago right. We ordered seafood towers and we had three at our table and it was getting a point where you quit. We couldn't even see each other at the table. There's so many daycares walks by was like. Wow even the terrorists knew to stop the two towers she for. It's it's nice when comedians are comedian. Waiting waiting for it right so the final bill and then everyone gases at the end to what the the final amount is. Is it a cat and mouse game now like his Dixon trying to subvert the spending or is he just like throw his hands up is like I can do do angry when the more chips and understand Dan. We still haven't seen a piece of meat and it's been an hour. been all weird barnacle food and he can't eat it either so we're still got you a side of beef to go. Oh can. And he doesn't like southbound sweat shirts with the logo of the restaurant and gift certificates we bought. We ate at a restaurant that was inside alltel hotel once and I got robes for everybody. That was nice. He's going to invest in the restaurant. Shares were looking at like windows. We could break. Ah like what can go on the TAB at this point no longer about the food. It's shit that was again. Dixon doesn't eat caviar and he doesn't really drink wine wind so this is all that much more painful for him and so then we bat everyone puts in twenty bucks and we'd decide. WHO's you know who gets closest assist? I want why was way off this year. I want low because in the PASOK. You guys really got to think about it. You know there are seven guys I think maybe Mike August shows late guys. You know everyone goes up ten thousand dollars or something. But it's really hard to Iraq I've in the past asaid fifty five hundred and it's been thirty eight hundred dollars I. It's hard for a small ish group of people to get to crack the five thousand dollar. You're going to thousands of person. That's that's insane that they did say it's really hard to get up. Did you factor in the troubles this year so I sat because I was doing in the ordering so I sat out of this twenty dollar game because you didn't know how much wine was the tropicals or anything. There was a wildcard. Truffles wildcard because Gibson which yelling. I'm not to pay for us. Goddamn truffles and the waiter was kind of what they do. It's a great. It's a great thing in the world. That's like if if you had an argument with anybody or money discussion with anybody and then you know the person said I don't want to pay for this or I will pay for that or whatever and you went. That's fine I'll just go into the back room malone decide whether you pay for it or not and they'll come out percents. They always go again. No no no no no and then they go. What's better for US later? Yes truffle bonanza is better for us than it was negotiated the trouble because there were twelve fifteen eight hundred bucks a pop and we had them. He had six hundred dollars worth of troubles in his hair and declaring. I'm not paying truffles so Talk to build now. Then the other thing is okay so I'll tell you what the bill came to us. Okay Gina I'm going to say fifty two hundred thousand eight thousand eight thousand Sweden it. What was the most expensive item on the Bill O.? Jerry's got the bill I do. I do have the entire bill because so long could not fit but I have have what I assume. Yeah can you reveal the name of the restaurant I believe I think so. Yeah that was a republican great. Ah Looks Gary I don't have the Russians I'M GONNA I'm GonNa go find the chip that's on the wall tel.. I'll wait for the one month anniversary and that ship will still be up there. Mostly menu was a bottle of wine. Probably for eighteen hundred dollars in trouble. Baseball game might tie. What are the most expensive well? Also that's not for sale so they probably charge them whatever it cost them like. They don't sell trump in the shaving but they took the whole thing and threw it that each bottle of wine eighteen hundreds. I guess Brian's right on the item but gene is very close second. Here's the bill right here. Eleven hundred dollar bottle of wine most expensive one on what we can see. Some people were mad at the table. I wish I knew it was eleven hundred dollars bottle of wine. I would've enjoyed it more. I guess if you can buy in the black and the white truffles Gina's right because that's the top fifty grands forty four undersold the block double. Let's seventeen dollars a gram stupid. got a bargain on that chocolate cake. Seventy three hundred dollars nine cents side of French fries nine dollars. That's probably Dixon at that point. Did they go ahead. And take the liberty of doing the tip for you. Don't get royally screwed. No No. That's where the second argument argument. Don't be tight you know. Come on twenty percent. Yeah there's search healthy l.. Hr I'd never seen that before it there at the bottom one hundred dollars off six those. What does that in I imagine they siphon that money off and it goes to USD so we can fat in the Mexican kids. That's what I'm guessing. This appears to be a surcharge to cover the healthcare of their workers. Listen when when when he's physically assaulting the assistant later they got torn with that chip flying in the air full caviar. Yeah so who tipped a baby. Oh yeah absolutely fine come on. I think we ended up at eighty five hundred bucks ninety percent at eighty seven or something and we were. We were mad. He didn't hit twenty twenty percent fucking tip on twelve hundred dollar line now. Was this cousin Sal Hanging Out in Studio Twenty sixteen now. He was at the other warehouse watching football. That's an atom. Pull them away from their. Has He ran into hotels. Your royal quick and then they let him go and he very graciously joins us on air and we had a blast so that was a really great way to kick off two thousand sixteen now at twenty seventeen seventeen. We kicked it off pretty strong. T- We came in on the second to record this little ditty basically Adam GM. Brian Catching up. A little. Bit and really Levi's Stadium's by this time are just becoming. What did you do in your holiday? Break Here's what Adams going to be doing this year project wise and there's about as much as you get out of the network plans aren't really discussed discussed like on because there really aren't any changes that way they were. I guess early on or what they're doing is they're gonNA keep doing more of the same or ran. This is not really like here's our plan. And here's what we're GONNA launch your the existence. That's right now as of today officially officially demanding more from his deodorant. Adam Corolla. Yeah get it on got to get it on no choice but to get on mandate Sunday get it on welcome to New Year rounding the corner heading toward our eight year. And it's all the and I'm I'm not paying lip-service it's all because of you guys. We couldn't do it if you didn't listen to the show if you didn't tell people about the show so thank you. Thank thank you. Good Day Gina Grant and ball. Brian Happy new. Everybody I got much to talk about first things first Chris Max Paddock got me Possibly the best gift of the year new bucks slit and he did Header on top spell. Tell you name it did something interesting. And it's smart again over the Brick D- buck slip is a three and a half four inches by eight and a half nine inches tall but it's sturdy. It's made of cardboard not cardboard dirty. You can write on it without having a back using using someone's back. What he did is what I do? Get my whole big fat list of Buck slips going and then I asked him off and I flip them over because it's a nice sturdy piece of cardboard I often times with my old blank box lamps because that's what I had just Steve Blank ones not this special order ones that Chris got me first off. I don't know whether it's the monogram in the cuff of the dress shirt or the bathrobe throw but the initials in it. But there's certain things. You should do a luggage. The Buck slip with the name on it. It makes you feel like you've arrived. Feel like you've done something He has the anchor show in Orange at the top of What I would consider the the frontside and then facebook did something something did something smart? He did in small letters on the backside in a different color Corolla digital now this has saved me a ton of time already because because I've always flip them over wondering if I wrote on the back side or whatever it is now I have a frontside backside and I know that if I'm looking at the backside it means and the frontside is filled up you know he did. Did your best. He did my best now. Look everyone's like what is so what. What the buck slip I don't know I've I've found it to be very tactile through system. It's a system and I would i. Would I would ask you all to employ which is just. Just start writing stuff down that you need to do as you go along as you take your dog for a walk. Take your buck slit with you. Write it down at some point. I find myself at the other shop with eleven of these things spread out and I ended up crossing stuff off and then transferring them to the master very satisfying slip and and Mass clock. Yeah when John. Candy's most controversial movies Masta Buck. You don't want to release it in theaters in terms of slave oriented movies. One of the funnier ones prequel. So that's a good idea. I do you want to get into this. Because it's a new year and I want you guys Feelings on this and I I stumbled as as I as I as I get older. I think a little more about motivation. And and a little less about Other other topics because I realized I sort of everything falls under the heading of this. I was having a conversation with somebody over for the break. And they somebody said to me Adam. You're wired this way you're wired to to do your TV shows and write your books and make your documentaries and do your podcast. That's your wiring. You can't expect other people to be wired like you or even even halfway like that and I said I'm not wired this way I wired myself this way not wired this way and this is a concept. I want people to think about because you're not a durable good. You're not a microwave or a toaster oven. You left the factory wired this way. Well you did but you can't rewire that microwave. But you can the greatest gift you have as a human being is to potential for rewiring hiring us the polar bears don't have the potential. I mean unless you're doing a children's book and the one on struggling with his sexuality procrastinated. Nixon gave me very sad realization. We're watching football yesterday. which is He was he was like reading a Children's book to his child and he was reading thing about Panda bears and the average weight of a full full grown male panda and he said he weighs more than the fly how that blew his mind waking average male pandas under fifty pounds all day. Long moving down using procreate. Right so It was one of those you know you do. Have those little sort of moments in life when you go. I'm older like you'll do. I'm older than you know I'm older than you. Feel in general macarthur after Pearl Harbor or something like that and you know. I'm older than this one day Barbara. I'm making that one was right right But his way more than full grown grown panda male. Panda Baron GonNa look in the mirror. Ohio State of the Union for twenty seventeen. We have a couple more clips so that was a cruel show. Nine thousand nine hundred seventy eight by the way yes it was all right. I want to remind everybody that if you want to request a clip we usually do listener requests to email us classics Adam Cruel Dot Com. You can tweet us at Giovanni Giorgio at Chris Locks Monta finest instagram facebook. Just less than what you WanNa hear or let us know what. You're thinking of crowly classics. We love that you guys are involved as well and it means a lot that you listen to this show also this Friday. I'll be playing at Chevy Chase Country Club in Glendale so come came out and live a few tunes place finger pop and stuff and we can talk about the show. Everybody's welcome except for Donald Glover. Everybody is welcome except for Donald Glover. Oh yes no no dog lover. Unfortunately Chevy Chase's country club a right now This next one this is this is a big show from from me because this is the state of the Union for twenty eighteen and it was the first shell with me as the lead producer. So let's listen last last New Year's resolutions. Yeah so for me Address for success. Two thousand eighteen. You look very spooky. Thank you down. A hair is looking at your shoes. I'm looking into ties as well old Hi Tie but I'm looking into time. Start wearing ties up wearing athlete her. I I assume you're pregnant all this after after three years elephant. He's like you know I don't sweat the details expensive sweatpants I I've I've always do the rest of us to keep the water on the high tide raises all boats. No a tough sell around here man. I was talk how I was thinking about it. I had a couple at a cup. I had a couple thoughts about dressing for success. One is always talked about school. A uniform kind of keeping Kim people in line because the kids that are wearing the bad to the bone t shirt with the pit bull on it with the big biceps. Those kids get into way more fights in the guys wearing the ties. The jackets it's just it's just mellows you out. You know what it is. There was a skating rink and The skating rink when I was growing growing up. Was it like Laurel Plaza or something may company Big Mall twice a year. We'd get out rent skates and going a circle when they would play. Today's your birthday by the Beatles. Everyone Start Hustle around the guys. I'll send a slide in and out of people and they're moving on Ana Anna Skating and the arms are swinging back and forth and then when they play I've been to paradise. Never been to me. They've never been to me. Everyone would slow down and I feel like a school uniform so same thing you put people in a wife beater and and GM trunks and they start fighting you put them in slacks and a tie. They start they start acting different way so I sort of observed. Even I was eleven years old. That the skit that we were all in the skating rink. And all you had to do to control the population of the skating rink is pump in different music. When everyone mellow out you you're pumping speed? Don't want people that get into fights getting accident Sir Slam into each other. Yeah Points Museum parts to it at the end of the night. A music faster to Glam. My Dad used to do that. You've put on Kenny loggins life. Really the ago we loved it handed it killed the party abacus too so the love log as it. He's like in a good way to get him to leave. So I realized that I also thought that and then I talked to Dennis Prager and he wears a tie. He does a radio show every day but he wears a tie every day and I thought I liked that and he liked it. He likes everyone entr producer dress up and then then I'm sitting around thinking about today thinking about well Leno. Leno doesn't do that but then Leno has a uniform. Yeah Denim it has a denim his addendum uniform but who are tied at work. Obviously Oh yeah I mean he would daily thing what a horrible traveler traveler from the future he would make. There is no denim. There's everything that basically in the future every movie I've ever seen has cars as airplanes has. TV's has phones has a little better version of what we have. And it's always the same zero zero zero ten. It's been around for one hundred. Seventy a years I'll have to do is go thirteen years future. It's eliminating apparently it ends. There are no more jeans and no more Jean Shirt so I thought well I wonder if this then I realized I think it makes a difference. It makes a difference in your attitude makes a difference in your professionalism and this that and the other and then when we were going to Seth Macfarlane's Christmas party a couple of weeks ago. I started to put a suit on and when let's put the suit on. I was doing the weird. I don't know why Brian why does suit pants have to have three points of contact in terms of regular one button or one whatever these having inner one into outer ones maybe it's maybe the implications you're going to be raped. You look so good. I think it's definitely that and I think you're supposed to be able to see any exterior buttons on the on the proper suit pants. 'cause all the latch all the buttons on the inside that that it also makes the front of the pants lay flatter. It's supposed to be smooth. Yeah well it's three points belt with proper suit. Oh you don't know your suspenders or simply fitted for cummerbund. Oh really no one hears today now known it here so you're not supposed to wear a belt. I believe as far as I know like formal pants. Don't have belt loops and saying well. Maybe you're saying hey we're not doing our job. Is Taylor's if you need about that's exactly I think. That's the implication interesting but can feel like every I have has loop. Yeah it's mine too and it's the way it's the fashion today. I don't have a lot traditional formal formal suits so pocket. I noticed the little pinch when I was putting them on. And I realized because I'm always wearing GM trunks and sweatpants and stuff with a lot gotta give you put on that suit. It's not forgiving. Tuck your shirt and before kind of feel like I've been eating a lot during this Christmas break so you're talking to more layers shirt shirt so I thought maybe for my you know my New Year's last year obviously demanding more my daughter and that worked worked out pretty. Well how about this year I start dressing for success so That's GonNa be my move now. I'll have to give myself off days on days. I have to go to the shop like maybe physically work on stuff but then you can give yourself the excuse to do with politics. Roller Sleaze Ratty ratty. So Sunday's Football Sundays. Yes so huge. Grinding Tuesday's wait. I'm sorry we have. We establish a wheel to do this. Do we need a resolution. Oh yeah so I do you guys think about it now I I would reckon just from my my loose survey at the table able with the kids and the adults and in general I would recommend that in nineteen ninety. Seventy one percent of the country had some sort of new year's resolution or at least was aware of it. Or if you ask them they'd go. I'm phil narrowed it down narrowed down yet or something but it wouldn't be We're we've we went from like seventy something percent to the high teens. I I feel like in the last three. Yep last twenty five thirty years. We dropped waist down. People think it's a punchline like my resolution I've never met a resolute New Year's New Year's resolution in my life ever in my life but I've made changes obvious a mutual lost fifty five thousand one point in my twenties and he's like if I'm making a change I'm making right then when I think about it not waiting for an arbitrary date in January I had. This was the first year consciously made in the years resolution like the call went out like New Year's resolution to go. I I can ya I to. I had a media one and the long term one is it to elbow no other people out of the way of their resolution back now and so far checked bucks on my I messed Lucian was to get organized over the last month especially with with testing off daycare for a week and Christie for a week and a half and our brick I soon as life is very cluttered and organized. And like that doesn't need to be here. newbie there that should be somewhere else else and so a while we were away thinking. This is what I'm GonNa do on January first. We're going home on New Year's Eve on January first. I'm getting organized. We haven't parked. My car are in the garage for several got at least a month because Christmas took over we had to move a bunch of bins again. All the Christmas stuff that we're getting rid of all the old baby stuff all the all all the test celtics grown out of all the old baby toys and things she doesn't need me more give those away donating them. We're GONNA reorganizing. I throw stuff away that we don't need a went through the drawer. Everyone has the junk. The key drawer reorganized that batteries. Nearly all the stuff lamest. That's the lamest Hammer in the world lamps weakest weakest as a carpenter when I picked up by weep. Look an easy to sing garbage. I see the blameless weakest hammers ever the weirdest thing you always know a week hammer are by the claw. The Claw Ben's way down like two months. I knew a lot of talk. Yeah cheap I I don't know but that's the saddest hammer in the world lives in that drawer or with the batteries and extra keys. Aren't the extra scissors that don't work anymore. All gummed up from cutting through whatever else. I purged fifty t shirts I that I haven't worn in years. Donate those clutter eight and and then I met a more long term goal which was to stop wasting time. I feel like I wasted a a lot of time in my life through big things and little things like as a result. I haven't tweeted since I left for vacation. And I'm sure I'll be twitting stupid shit within a week but it feels nice to not have to go on and just tweet stupid responses or ideas or jokes or half range. Yeah just nicely like. That's off to the aside. I'm going to enter the junk drawer or whatever it is just not wasting as much time and as a result I've always had it to do list. Always keep my phone but it Kinda sloughs off. Forget about things but I'd be more diligent about that of already. Scheduled Handyman to come over and take care of a few things around the house that I can't handle so it feels good to sort of stop wasting that time that like you know. Stop putting things that he's GonNa make love to Christie. Always wanted things. Are you looking on that. That looks good man. I like it. Gina Grant Yeah. I actually used in the past. I never did resolutions. I always for my birthday until I realized how stupid birthdays. Where thank you so I changed? This was kind of a little self help. But it's kind of just in the reflective state. I'm in right now. If you're kind of codependent or if you kinda always busybodying adding worrying about other people this just really had posted this online. I said my wish for myself in all of you in two thousand eighteen that we give ourselves the attention we need to take care of ourselves. Mind Body and spirit. He's if we're not putting on oxygen mask I will never be able to quote assist those around us. Taking care of ourselves is not something we should eventually get around to and it's not something anyone one can do for us so I take a little trip to me and I realized in my highlife with relationships with family. I'm so split in a thousand different directions trying to sort of keep everyone else floating that. I'm just sort of walking around in a today's the rest of the time and I I don't I don't really. I need to reset a little bit. I need to just be a better be a better than me than the people around me will sink or swim more. Be Better because I'm better. Well here's my thought. My thought on a C.. Minus Brian Ryan. You're cool so long suckers my here so I I have this thought. which is I like the self improvement? I like the Reflective mode I like the long walks on the beach and the ear buds and thinking about life and thinking about change and thinking about taking care of yourself and like not judging yourself and others and all kind of stuff the downside is. I hate almost everyone who does that. Oh because the turn out to be colossal douches. I don't need a me day. I'm just saying I need to be better so I can be better for the people around me and then I also wonder the how much of that becomes just becomes your life so I'm fine with it in a and I will allow it this time I can look the other way is long that come two thousand nine hundred ninety. That's over no as long as it doesn't become the people who make their fulltime job like rescuing themselves. Not It's like I remember like the because I come from this like I remember You know it's like the person that takes the class taking therapy because they're not certain enough. They're not being assertive enough. And then next thing and other at the supermarket the ten item line and the person from has eleven items and this is where they decide to broke out and they're gonNA take stand here and it's just weird unnatural way of of using this and it's like now they're screaming at the person with eleven items who probably doesn't even know they have eleven items because God dammit they're not going to be trampled on ever again and they're misusing this thing now and then now they turn it to weird side project and we're all kind of guinea pigs with them and there's a real arrogance attached to that. There's nothing humbling about that. So I'm all for the get better be better exercise more breathe. Whatever I'm all for that stuff but don't everyone I know who's made themselves into a project is miserable and they make everyone around them miserable? Make yourself a part time job. You know what I mean. Don't get full time. This is more in wonder. You're absolutely right and I think that that's a good cautionary piece of advice and I think just in my case it's about Because I think my kind of like codependency and busybody nece is selfish. It's like I'm I'm too obsessed with worrying about how everybody else is doing. Because has it feeds me in some way so take care of myself worry about yourself. You still don't believe everybody else. Yeah it's good care about yourself a little bit just A. Let's not overdo it all right. I'm telling you there's there there's there's narcissism to trying to improve yourself it sure its own thing. The first episode we did in two thousand eighteen. Barry Stole Gary's job come on I'm just teasing and very very strong year. That was now twenty. Eighth Grade Team is very reminiscent of two thousand thirteen. Actually there was a lot of echoes or can things that sounded the same they rhymed with that previous year. It was a very good year for Gina and Brian as well as Adema Kroll show twenty to thirty thirty. It's very interesting. What numbers started out the year of these episodes to like twenty to thirty is the first episode of the year? I know it's wild. We've as rich thanks to sing. We've done two thousand podcasts. Well all over now and In two thousand nineteen we came in for episode two thousand four hundred eighty exactly two hundred and fifty the episode later first show of two thousand nineteen no state of the Union title used in the billing of it so it wasn't delivered to a state of the Union and there doesn't seem much that in there it's just kind of everybody catch-up recapping and caps off the evolution of these first shows of the year. And what's gone from the beginning to what it is now. The first good day geographic debut Bryan. Maybe so it much to discuss. We'll all Kinda give a little state of the Union. We'll give a little What we did over the holidays and we'll get everyone sort of caught up up on where we been and where we're going I WanNa thank lows for this half show at Lowe's dot com slash blue shoe at blue dot com enter in Toronto in Madman at Madman Dot com interim. I got back from Maui very late last night. God It's insane. How incredibly crowded? Lax can be twelve forty five at night. He just go. What's what's everyone doing? I mean it is. It's a mess. Lax is a mess and the things we could do. But I'll I'll get into that later. I the thing about out vacations and the thing about traveling is The destination is fine And the part where you stayed date the most beautiful resort Maui. You got the room service and the SPA treatments and everything. That's all fine but it's really hard to pay your way out of the general pop. When it comes to the airport part of the experience now I can take a break? I get the part where people go. Well then take a private jet to mount. I'm not gonNA spend in sixty grand to do for for twenty five hundred bucks for the whole family all in but so I just go to the airport getting line whatever I have have to do with everyone but now it's always a little more intense because they're the kids and the wife and I'm used to traveling me and and Mar me me and Mike August. We're like Mark Walberg Film. The two guys from shield teammate. Get trapped behind whatever like. I'll just look at him and give the look cinnamon to go go go go and the sign in. He knows to go forward also. Is the thing that there is a guy wiring that all women should adopt which is women. Nobody from seal team anything. After one of the copters went down and caught up propeller blade. Outside of Bin. Laden's compound went to the other seal team guy breached a wall. Now no other guy went. Watch your tone to ask that. There's something going on or you could just breach the wall me. Are you asking me. Yes preach that wall please is what you meant to say. I just WanNa say all women. We're in a combat situation. Please understand that people are speaking short term. And you shouldn't get your feathers ruffle I that every woman I've ever been with I've fifty go call the guy now and they've got a bring your voice down it's like okay. I love that combat situation. It's a combat zone the LAX. So it's a weird thing because I would yell at Mike August go go to kiosks now all behind when it comes with your family have to kind of go. Hey you know it'd be awesome. Hey here's an idea floated out there. So let's get your take on this great we don't even. I'm always we sort of looking for like. How early can this trip get fucked up? How early can we fuck this trip? Case in dream big. How early can we fuck this vacation? Location up and it starts as loverboy would say at the start. We get dropped off Kaelin. Whose House watching House sitting. Yeah oh I got I got some news for Kaelin. house-sitting goes it's interesting. I'll I'll get into that in the second the slim to win so we get dropped off. Ceylan dutifully drops us off limits at Uber X and Annette Uber Start. Start from the start wearing her. Tesla Hack we get dropped off and we're all gonna check our bags expand. Now I'm lean and mean. I never have to do that. But if everyone's going to check their bags and why am I tote around my bag. You take more than a backpack. I took it back. I had a well I have. I take full bag and the backpack and the reason I take the full bag is half my stuff and then half whatever shit everyone else went needs to play catch a ride back. La with my toiletry bag or whatever it is so that's fine. I were then checking in everything and we're not up against it but I don't get to the airport earlier than I need to but we're fine but as certain point with the last bag league checked in which is Sonny spag. The woman behind the counter has a issue. Now the issue also can we get some like just shit kicking dudes in these positions some dudes where you could go l.. Like come on man fuck. You know what I'm saying like you can't there was just sort of A fifty something year old women of Color. And you can't really come at him too hard because it's essentially essentially a hate crime and come on them. Yeah you can't do the come on Bro. Where's the guy played a little tight end on Jaycee junior college now? How has found his way to the delta security? Whatever and you and I got my own fucking walk out of Laughlin Rose Bowl? There's none of that. There's always just sort of semi proud Out Woman of color and you can't really come at her with anything and the can't do me a solid bro. Because you're not you're not abro she goes Yeah I got a problem with the suitcase. So all all the all the all the bags are checked and then sunny suitcase. And we've got a problem and I go What's the Prom And she goes. It's got a battery and I go is like a charging suitcase. Yes charging cast and I go oh and she flips the lid up on the charge and she flips a little lit up by the handle reports. There's just like the phone Jack One and the cat flon and the USB when there's a flat piece of black plastic with three reports. And I said Yeah and she said Yeah can't can't come on the plane. What five every flight? Yeah what's what's the big deal right. If this was the junior college tight end dude. I would've come on. That's F. drill right so she goes. Yeah can't come on and I said why not she said okay. Got The battery in it. We can't can't come on with the battery and I said Oh and she goes once you just have the key for the battery and I go No I don't I don't know what the key is. I'm I'm I'm looking at a face. Plate face plate looks like a solid black phase plate with three input into it all stuff familiar but no place to put the key. No you know a new way to pop it off there. No like finger pop thing or depressed this and pop this off. And there is no Allan Bolt and there is no Philip Chad. There's just nothing it's just a facebook. Why no company would invest the time and money inventing and developing producing a thing that is designed to go on airplanes and it couldn't go on airplanes lanes right? That's absurd so I say well I don't I don't get it and she keeps saying well. Where's the key? Where's the key then? Then this one. This is the part that makes traveling family. Great the key. The key is there's also a key like an old school school gold skeleton type key for the little lock that goes on in which case now Lynette chimes in. Oh there's a key for the lock and then I go. Oh not not that. That's just a little miniature padlock key. This is a key that somehow unlocks doesn't look like a key. It's something that you turn. That unlocks something and then four and a half minutes later when the woman says for the twenty third time. Do you have the key then chimes in for a third time. There was a key not the key. Now that's that's a little lock or padlock. There's no place to put it. And so she goes well then I. We can't take it on the plane. And so now time's a wasting again. We don't leave ourselves a ton of padding padding and now a lot of discussions Lynette wants to buy a piece of cake. She wants to your heart. Yeah she wants. Go find a piece of luggage by. She's like I'm going to go to the Caesar's Gift Shop in Vegas and get some Tumi luggage. Janika what no word. Lax Too but it's thirty percent more expensive over there. And I go. No no if we have to do it we'll do we'll get gouge. Your hearing me. Led lights are aren't thinking about buying a piece of luggage in the airport. Your luggage. Well presumably thinking the thrill at that point snake. The skin is yes. We're multi. I think they call it so I don't know what to do. So is there room and other bags to divvy. We're trying to figure out we take everything out of Sonny's bag leave the bag. DVD Bag. I then have this conversation which is now my my new favorite conversation to have with other adults. which is I then say the Nice Lady behind the Counter Delta after terror? There's two moves this park. Drive me nuts to go. I don't know. Can you ask your supervisor. Something suitcase suitcase company. I don't know how to the battery out. There's no there's no I also have no key. I didn't. I'm not familiar with it. Well the key should be with it. She says I don't no no word in so now it has to go full key stone hops. Lynette has to open the bag on the floor. Of course now we do the move all you need to do in two thousand and nine thousand nine. Please make this year New Year's proclamation. Pull your ass out of line when you're having a problem so many people just go. I'm settling settling it long form right here in front of everyone else. WHO's waiting to get on the plane steers it clears if you unpack step back? Come on talk talkback step back. So I'm like I'm luck out of you guys. I feel like we got blindsided here. We also waited in line to get to the kiosk to check in the bags. Thanks but I'm a human being and I'm going to step us out of line so that other travelers who are hustling don't have batteries and their suitcases can get on board Gordon checks so we get out so now is comically opening the suitcase and then tearing out all of the junk and the suitcase looking for the key presumably comes with the Suchet's but we're not aware probably do a third or fourth lap on the key versus the padlocks belt and Kim Harrison other key that Do that tears. Everything apart can't find anything now. We're starting to talk about the possibility of abandoning the suitcase. I then do the move. Where can you talk to your manager asked the manager? You have that thing. We have to interpret body language where they go and talk to the other guy. The guys cross where we got No no no we remember that God. dammit he comes she comes back now now. Now not GONNA help. So now. We're thinking okay. Do we start taking everything out of the suitcase and spreading it out amongst the other by the way everything else has been checked. There's last belt. This is the last bag. Natalia the terrier who just isn't helpful is the one who's like stands there and come on. We're GONNA miss the play tomorrow. We're GONNA play and you go you you quiet. Let us finish this. And then that'll by twenty one seconds before she goes we're sitting Zaidi around just stands. There makes everyone one now. She's the character in the movie that only exist create tension right and you want to die. I right right right. My God Brian. I L in a rocket. Speed hotline. Ordinate here's the problem with me is my Mo- my mood and move with this. is she will drive nuts and so ideal move or I go. You GonNa meet us in the lobby like wherever we go ahead me in the lobby go in and then Lynetta stop and go door. You're standing in the lobby or then they'll go okay and then ten years when what are we gonNA shut up already. You're driving me nuts and I'm going. I'm sending her getting her out of the way because she will just stand there and just keep sounding the alarm arm as to why we're running late so now we're tearing the bag apart. Can't do it. The woman is looking at us and then basically my favorite favorite conversation of all time. which is I say? And this is my new favorite and I don't know if you guys are noticing more and more this in life I go what hold on. What if I take? The baggage through security can take the baggage through security and she goes. Oh yeah sure and I go okay. I'll just just take it through security. And then she pauses. She goes but you can't get on the plane. What is happening? I swear to God. How many times have you heard this version of this in just the last year and a half where people like? If I had a little more breath in my lungs I scream. What the fuck are you talking about impractical jokers talking? I can't tell you how many of those answers I get. I used to get one of those every seven years. I now get three of those day where it's like. Okay what do you think. Come asking the mad hatters tea party. It's your birthday. She's like yeah. You go through security jared. You can't get on the airplane and and I'm like I didn't even know I by the way I don't know where to begin with this I can't I can't normally I would go back and and breakdown this conversation we're having but not Lynette at an attack screaming. Let's go let's go. Let's show. You're lucky sweetheart. I'm in a Goddamn rush. I did How how did when he wanted to the trailer park and he had that little piggy lady going teach you not hear me? I don't give information out on gas asked. And then here's the toilet flush and that was an Italian. We're running late. I was like okay. Let's keep moving so brush with death. She goes at a certain point. She's staring at US tearing the luggage apart and doing everything and she goes now all the now all the clothes and everything are out of their pristine Florida. Lax Yes again. Thank you al-Qaeda and thank you dumb people thank you dumb government government. WHO's afraid to go round who can't discern and thank you all postseason who don't WanNa profile all you fucking non profiling heroes? This is what you create a fucking stressful cluster. Faulk at every airport around the country times a billion when it's totally unnecessary. It's completely glean utterly unnecessary but thank you heroes. They'll shelby no more profiling and we'll have just one gate. We'll all pass through it. You can be the Corolla the family you can be the new face of Kedah you can be Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. You're all going through the same fucking metal detector awesome awesome some Utopia you fucking do-gooders created for everybody. It's it's Kinda the essence of dumb because it's imposed on ourselves but anyway I say she's looking at us she's kind of feeling sorry for us and she keeps going. There should be a key. I've never opened the suitcase before. I have no idea what's in it. Sonny's trying to be helpful. Not really like Lynette brings up the skeleton key for fifty fifth at some point. We empty the whole thing out. We just sort displayed open and put it in front of her and she unzips the lining and when she unzips the lining of the bottom of the suitcase it exposes the battery. Pack not the removable Battery Pack. Just a battery pack sticking out from underneath the town chows and I go. That's it. That's the battering she's like that's it and I can't travel with battering she goes. No no no and I just grab it and I just start fucking ripping on it now. I I start going at it like the Samsonite monkey kit guerrilla dammit like I'm so pent up and and I bust like one ear off now. There's just that one other air frantically skinned my knee Gina Grad. It's funny Oh okay hide and ends up getting a little infected and stinging me the entire time in the salt water and remember that night just laying in bed at the hotel at this and as it was beautiful facility. They're rolling around at night and a cadre needs really stinging me and I thought Oh yes because because I was on my knees earlier today I was and I cut my hand so I'm bleeding on my hand and eye skinned my knee because I'm down in my shorts. It's like wrestling with the suitcase on the ground. Like a mad person. This is the first world airport. You're talking about. Oh yeah there's my well we'll put the pictures up on curl that kind of let it took a picture. My wrist wrist which was cut open and bleeding my knee because I was like fuck it like adrenaline adrenaline. That moms have and the kids are trapped under the station wagon. That's what I had with this Goddamn bag in the fucking battery so I was like a grabbed it. I just started tearing at I pop the one get down it. I just snapped off the other end woman and she stayed there. I pull the fucking whole pack out and I'm like you know the screws ripped out and the plastic broken everything. Could I go here. You go throw it away. Put the bag on the conveyor belt. We're leaving and she goes. You don't WanNa keep the battering okay. No I don't WanNA patter hit the play with it. What am I doing? I don't want the batter she goes. Oh Okay we'll take the battery your funeral. No I don't WanNa take the battery. I want to just get on the plane. Their their checks their phone chargers on every plane now so the the thing in terms of the luggage. He's going from the the lounge which has a jacket head to the airplane which is charging Jack in it. He turned the Uber that has charging Jack in it to a resort. He'll charge more than four feet from Jack Wright and his phone is fully charged. We don't need what's coming off the thing and Jose calling right so I I pull it off and a hand arrigo throw it away. Now throw it away and she's like you don't want it no I don't want it. She Goes Oh okay and I go to start away and she goes in. Take it with you if I go you can. And she's like yeah each take take you through security and then put it back on the thing I go just ripped it. I broke it. I tore it off okay. You don't want it. I know thrown away. Just throw it away. She goes okay now faxed like now. We're going through security security. I'm like what the fuck. What do you mean she kept handing Rigo and take it? You want it you wanNA take one thought. One thought. Only the only thing I could cobble together is like like your computer and cell phone need to go like a separate basket or something like here's take. You can't take your cellphone packet now your luggage take your a computer and put it in a separate basket. I'm guessing you can pull the battery out. Put it in a separate hostel face plate for a rate for an old car stereo or something like that. Yeah I put the separate basket go through security and reunited with your suitcase again. I guess she's not explained. Well obviously suspending me while but this is a company that makes suitcases suitcases. They'd be out of business in day. I could not be brought onto a plane. These cases are becoming very common by the way. So what are we doing. The the person behind the counter and this is another one of those things are always really tight fisted with the information if they had simply said. Here's a situation just just like your cell phone or your laptop computer. Unfortunately it has to go through separately. Is this effort device when it's attached to the suitcase. It's tantamount to pudding not that she would have used. That work is equivalent to you putting your cell phone in your suitcase and trying to pass it along so I know that sounds weird but you pull it out you put it in the little basket with your cell phone. It goes through security. Then you can plug it back in. That's why I'm looking for the key but then your blood pressure would have stayed the same. So what is the best. I could never figure out what you're saying. And then also the whole part about bringing the whole suitcase to secure the not getting on the plane. It was another interesting for me. So that's how it started. I cut myself. I skinned my knee and took off Asian Asian when we landed so we didn't get through. Lax or through the Hawaiian. The MAUI airport without incident all right now is the kickoff to two thousand nine thousand nine hundred so we'll be able to hear the next state of the Union address or at least the first show. Hopefully it'll be a CD and we're going to do is call state of the Union Golfer. Show I gotTa talk to Adam about it but I'd I'd like to do. I actually like them when you come back strong with an ace awards. Yeah that's a good idea to that we would be coming back very flips clips. You make up for things. That haven't happened like that movie black we already have Some nominees that happened around the end of December. That didn't make the cut for these words because it's too close. I know aww looked at the end of December on the girl show. It's okay now because we'll play again at least in the next day so awards should have as awards for the last twenty certainly cheer. We really ended shrug. I know all right. I'll do it for for this show. The State of the Union addresses that last ten eleven years of the show. Oh that's right. That cruel show returns January sixth so tune in for a week kickoff twenty twenty till then. You're getting cruel classics every a single day and we're happy to be here so we'll see you tomorrow until then my niche Chris Locks Monitor that superfan Giovanni welcome to the future uh-huh.

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