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Gwyneth Paltrow x Sherry Sami: The Presence Prescription

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Gwyneth Paltrow x Sherry Sami: The Presence Prescription

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People understand each other as if by magic nothing itself as addictive. And than everything could be addictive if there's an emptiness in that person that needs to be filled I, now know that nobody changes until they changed their energy. And when you change your energy, you change your life. I'M GONNA paltrow. This is the Goop podcast bringing together thought leaders, culture, changers, creatives, founders, and CEOS scientists, doctors, healers seekers here to start conversations, because simply asking questions and listening has the power to change the way we see the world. Here we go. My guest today is Dr Sherri Sammy. Sherry specializes in both integrative pediatric dentistry and orthodontics. She's a graduate of Columbia University. She completed her residency in pediatric dentistry and orthodontics at Ucla where she later served as a clinical instructor. Sherry runs a dental practice in Agoura Hills California. And she co founded the integrative medicine practice beehive of healing with Doctor Habib said decky. Sherry is also leading the way in a growing area of study called compassion medicine, which is the idea that the loving presence of the physician, any sort of doctor or healer actually has the biggest impact on a patient in terms of healing, Sherry goes beyond just looking for cavities or crooked teeth and truly takes a holistic approach. Not, only does she consider underlying issues that may stem from previous generations. She's taking stock of what personal baggage she might be bringing into the care experience. My children had been going to Sherry for years and she's truly exceptional. For Sherry, one of the best ways we can set our kids up for success is to be very committed to our own healing. More than anything we can teach them. They learn the most from seeing this store out. Those really really challenging. Six months of my life I made to vows. One is ongoing to work with kids to on going to become a kind of a doctor that I would look at every single patient of mine and I would tell them how much I care I love them. Let's get right to my chat with Dr Sherri Sammy. As a physician. It's so interesting to hear your. You're very unique physician. They're not a lot of. Are You, is it? It's not an MD if you're a dentist, right? DDS INJURY? Yes, yeah, yes, yeah, luckily. I think it's getting. Less rare I think physicians now who are coming out of medical school and you know now you have the one ucla. There's an integrative medical school, and so it seems to be fashioned medicine. There's compassionate how you've just talk to your thing. Compassion medicine at Stanford exactly. What are we talking? Yes! PODCAST. Cheek chatting. We are. That's all this. Is We just need to record right? What are you know about that compassion medicine at Stanford by the way? basically they are looking at, and this is what of what you know have even I were really interested to teaching is how the loving presence of a physician Dr any sort of Doctor Healer makes the biggest difference in terms of the healing aspects of a patient how your presence and what you bring into a session. It's your biggest prescription basically, so it's more important that what you tell them. It's more important than what you do. It's more important than the advice and. And the knowledge you know all of and all of those things are important, but the presence that you bring forward in the in the session it's it's the most incredible gift of healing that you can give to anyone and they're studying. They're studying this. They're studying the quality of being that. The physician is bringing into the room, the the quality of the compassion and the presence right. How are they doing? Even well, they're. They're doing so many different things they're looking. Looking at when the person is coming out like the the the physician inspired them. Did they feel hurt? Did they feel loved it? They feel like knowledge that they feel that. They were understood with their concerns. And what what are some of the connections that they felt with the physicians or with their with a healer that they are you know being with, and they're going to, but even more than that like there's there's a lot more that it's happening that it's looking. Looking at you, know doctors and some of the baggage is that we bring into the session, so let's say you know I. Don't want to start any rumors, but you you talk about you know all I've been going through this challenging situation with my husband, and this is causing a lot of stress if I haven't dealt with if I'm going through exactly the same issue. If I haven't dealt with my emotions, what I would not be able to hold a very neutral. Non Judgmental Healing space for you so because you would be triggered? By my unresolved issue, and because of that I would going to judge men, and either would would make the situation a little bit worse for you and give you advice or things that it's not necessarily appropriate for your situation, or I would bring a bringing an energy that it's not necessarily conducive conducive to your healing. The best thing that I. Do is for for me to meet you at that. roomies field out beyond the ideas of right doing and. And wrongdoing there is an empty field and I'll meet you there, so this is taking back that the essential aspects of the doctors to do their own healings so and that's part of the Stanford Program. That's not part of the Stanford pro program that's part of the curriculum that have been are putting together for the medical schools, so would be a two year program, consciousness, health and healing, and it would actually introduce physicians and medical students, not only in. Know alternative methods of healing, but also take them through. What does the heart center listening looks like what is seeing the love loving essence? Feels like where can you deal with your own emotional baggage of the childhood? So that when you're not getting it in front of in front of another human being, you are completely clear, and in your best, and in the end that loving where whatever you bring forward is just healing, not necessarily some of your stuff, and it's I mean there's a there's a big saying that we always talk about it says a patient gets healed when the doctor gets hill and most of the people. They really missed that we have taught some of these. Courses already like a full day course to medical students and it's amazing. What comes forward like they can't even talk about. They can't even be vulnerable if you can't be vulnerable than how can you expect your patient to be vulnerable? I have so many questions asked about that, and I would love to start a little bit with. Tell me so you're. You are in Columbia. Medical school and you're learning all of the things that doctors in training learn at what point did you realize there was something? More. And there were different. There was more opportunity to look at a patient in a more holistic way. And how radical was that at the time so I? WanNa? I'M GONNA actually back to a story that I don't think you know something vulnerable for me. So I was fourteen years old back in Iran and I got a bacterial infection culp russillo sus, which comes from unpasteurized dairy, and you know this bacteria that most of the time is just in during that time that was war, so some of the dairy products brand the greatest. So I got completely bedridden hospitals is for six months, and they didn't really know what was wrong with me because I, had the chills and the fevers and the pain. You know in the cockpit in the Tel Bonn and here I am fourteen year old and they are. They are telling me that I might not walk again. I might die. You know all of these things, but the biggest part of that was every single day they would be a bunch of doctors with residents kind of coming to the room, and not even looking at me as a person, they would just be talking amongst themselves and talk us like Oh. Maybe it's this. Maybe it's that. That me like just a bunch of big words here I am this like scared. Little fourteen year old like what's happening to me. What's going on with me and nobody would really like. Tell me like we're looking at it. How are you feeling about all these things? Where are you so throughout? Those really really challenging six months of my life I made two vows one. Is I'm going to work with kids to is? I'm to become a kind of a doctor that I would look at every single patient of mine and I would tell them how much I care and I love them, and that would be my biggest thing that I will do for them. And you've been into my clinic. You know that that is my mission with every single patient because I wanna see them and know them and hear them for who they are in the entirety of who they are not just physical symptoms. I want to know their emotional and spiritual and mental and everything that they go through, and that's why. Right, and what's incredible is that the your philosophy around medicine is that a symptom is not just a symptom that there are layers underneath there are emotional causes there a lot of factors that cause illness. It's not just you know. There are reasons that and you you don't look you. Don't go and treat the symptom. You can treat the cause, and what's fascinating is most people like they said with Gwyneth and they ask about. So, what is you know what's going on with you? And what's your symptom and you know? Let's just give this medications or less just come up with this very quick band. Band aid in order to relieve your pain, but then if you actually sit with a patient, and you know that one of the things that I do I, actually sit with the parents, and I don't just discover about who they are. As as far as the kid goes, I also want to find out about the parents and the grandparents, so because every single one of us we actually come to this world with a purpose to heal, and this includes to heal the physical emotional mental of just not ourselves, but also the generations before us, and hopefully we won't pass it to the generation after so. We are all as story right where all the story at a big long, incredibly loving an amazing story that is to be unfolded so when I look at the disease and I call it dizzy this ease nod disease because it's not who you are. It's something that that it's temporary here I look at. How can I open this whole story where it reveal some? Some parts of who they are in the larger context of this. Matrix. Is this this beautiful? You know ocean that there swimming, and and how can I be part of the solutions of you know whether me by myself or me? Collaborating with all these incredible being seen that I have the blessing to work with to unravel this story well, the healing would menard. Alleviating the symptoms, but also continuing to heal the generations before because if you resolve something the entire. Body will move forward within that context, and if he resolves something within yourself, that was also present in your mom, and it was also present in your grandma you in such a incredible way. You're also healing the generations before so that's what I think they mean in in the Bible when they say the talk about the sins of the father. You know it's really. Really like our weaknesses, or are you know that we passed down generation to generation without understanding you know that without a shift in consciousness, and without bringing awareness and healing our own stuff like we just unconsciously pass passer shit down to our kids, and it's you know it's been an amazing you know. I have cranial psychotherapists up my at my work. osteopaths breathing pretty. Donnas dentist. I remember the first time I came to see you and I brought apple and Mosey with a long time ago. And so cute little! And I remember going to talk to you in your office when you were here on vis any. And sitting down with you, and then you're asking me all these questions about you know my emotional trauma and my marriage, which was in going through a really hard time well, and then we all know how that ended but I thought. Why is this amazing lovely dentists doctors asking me about my childhood trauma and my? What's going on in my marriage and so so? Tell me a little bit about how those things inform how you treated. Say Apple, for example, so we have a concrete example. Like how do you bring that? Into treating the Child? I would love to know concrete example well I will give you a concrete example, but I don't want to give apple okay, because she might life. That's true. I anybody anonymous. Yes, so the way that I look at first of all I have I've always since then always been curious at like the human being. You know because it's not just star physical, you know physical physicality, also emotion and thoughts, and I also feel that everything is a spiritual curriculum, so I'm interested in this whole being with all the story when I look at a patient, I'm not looking at just okay. Okay whether they have cavities or not over there. They have crooked teeth I. Look at what is the cause behind everything? And then if I can address the cause then so many other things will come forward for example, so you know that I do this for the past twelve thirteen years I've been performing something called for an activity, which is releasing the tongue tie and the lip tie, and basically which completely it's. Tethered Fasha that literally it goes through the entire body all the way to the toes. You know I've spoken with a lot of your colleagues that actually they. They presented at the health. How this you know the release everything else, but then if they have a tongue, time left tie it. The fashion never keeps coming back into the same strain. What is a tongue tie? Anna lip tie. You have seven attachments in your mouth. If you kind of lift up your upper lip and your lower lip, and you lift up your tongue. This little tissue that it's underneath it, so we have seven of this one under under our upper lip, lower lip, two on the sides of our upper jaw to on the bottom of our Lord Lord, John, then one underneath our tongue, sometimes with during in utero this, which was supposed to open up. It doesn't quite open up and Slough off completely, so it creates a tension and the tension on osteopathic. We actually goes through your whole body, so it's a you know. We say most of the time mid-line issue and it actually like. If you can't lift up your tongue, when sometimes it's just a tip of. Of the tongue, but sometimes it's also the back of the tongue that cannot lift up, and because of that doesn't allow the jaw to grow forward, or does an ally or creates a significant gag reflects, it creates anxiety. It can't create airway issues and sleep issues and all of that, but it's basically a little tiny tissue that it didn't open up the way that it was supposed to be like kind of like a web finger that you know you have a complete opening, and that's why you can move your finger so nicely. If it didn't open up quite then you will start compensating in minor yet profound. So I had a baby newborn baby that had a tongue tie could not breastfeed really well. Mom was going through a lot of emotional stuff on top of everything else that you know brand. New mob doesn't know what's happening like so much stuff happening at her body hormones all over the place. Is telling her like well you, you don't have enough milk and you don't use. Your breast is not big enough and your you know. All kinds of nipples are too big for the baby's mouth. All kinds of bad advice, so we release the tongue tie in the lip tie and breastfeeding improved significantly, but you know I'm not just interested into the you know just one thing so I'm still seeing that the jaws not coming forward in this baby significantly back, and then also the diaphragm it's. It's just like Oh stuck Kano so he has a lot of regurgitation. A lot of things are coming up saw. We're looking and treating the patient with my cranium Saco therapist and all of a sudden I'm holding his leg into just kind of feeling the leg, and she's treating him, and she said what happened to you the first trimester of your pregnancy. And the the mom is sitting there, asking them on and the MOM. All of a sudden just gets teary is how is that relevant says? Please tell me what happened. Because there's so much grief in this baby's body and the mom just just completely started blowing like. Crying really hard. Her brother committed suicide the first trimester of her pregnancy so here she was carrying brand new baby. This is our first. You know baby that she's having, and she still has to deal with all these grief that had has come forward and then during the pregnancy they keep saying make sure that you don't feel too sad because your baby is going to be affected, so she had all these emotions on process emotions that she had to. You know, push away, but then the baby was carrying it. Gwyneth, it was phenomenal to see as when the mom finished crying. We all of a sudden see the baby just completely. Does this little shaking and everything? And then the diaphragm comes down. And, it was so beautiful to see because just like he has this big smile on his face, like two and a half months old baby, and just a whole body relaxes in a way that it never relaxed before so a lot of times like we're. We're just looking at one part of the equations and we're solving that, but we're not looking at the whole picture you know, and we are not necessarily bringing all of that so when I'm looking at like recruited jaw, you know the crooked teeth psych sleep issues. You know a lot of different things I look at what's for example housed and nutrition. You Know I. Always ask those questions. She's eating. Tell me exactly and that's not like Oh. Yeah, you know the regular pyramid that I don't really believe in you know, but it's like in terms of Dedaye and gluten, and all of that stuff I. Look at what is the child is going through. You know because a lot of that stuff is like I've noticed when when kids they're going through a period of anxiety, their jaw goes back and. And then they're airways become more compromised. The the whole body becomes tense there. Sleep is not rejuvenating. They might be sleeping twelve hours, but not necessarily rejuvenating hours. They start having dark circles on there. There is you know so. There's a lot of those aspects of it that comes to mind also wears the restriction. You know I I've been trained significantly osteopathy so when I put my hand on these patients I'm. Feeling their entire body you know so, where's the restriction? Is it dental and in the cranium, or is it somewhere else that? I can utilize my osteopathic physicians in order to to open it up and and address it. I'm also looking at what are some of the things that it's happening with the parents? You know the situation that the parents are going through. How is the relationship? I had one of my mom's the other day. Day! New Mom that was new to my practice. She comes in and I asked her that question, and then all of us, so then she just started talking about you know how challenging it spend with her marriage, and like she yells at site. I'm leaving my husband. Then she looks at me. Shake. I can't believe it, you know my own Mike Kids orthodontist is the first person that I'm telling you and I have to. Two people that I actually talk to regular basis to therapists. How did that happen? So, we always have like tissues on the two sides, and my intention is not to treat them necessarily like being their therapists, but I want to know the whole picture, so then I know the million the house. Which is pretty radical way of using a patient and. So many of us we certainly come from a generation of people who sublimated. Feelings or maybe we're to unregulated with their feelings. It was sort of went from one to the other. You know you see. You can. You can tell in a household when people aren't expressing and processing their emotional lives. You know it's really palpable and one thing that your husband taught me a longtime ago was that children are on the mother's Wifi? Yes, so they're tapped into the mother, and you can pretend that you're okay, and you can have a smile on your face when you know, but they know convey thing Lee read you, and then they start misbehaving. Why is this? You know this little being misbehaving, and then you tune in and you see that. Hey, I'm completely disturb everything that he or she is exhibiting actually. Never occurred to me that my. Best undoubted with emotion could be manifesting in my children like we just aren't raised to think that way, but the closer that I got to myself and the more that I worked on always processing through I think the more you give them a chance to be in their own space and consciousness, and have their own feelings, and then you know they're not worried about. What is the mystery going on that? I'm feeling. You know there's more intense emotional integrity in the house so they. So how did you come to figure all this stuff out? Well. I wish I would have told you that like. Hey, I had a roadmap and this is how it happened, but. It curiosity more than anything else, I have this favorite quote that says curiosity is the birthplace for connection, and so I was really curious when I finished my residency, the regular with all respect, all my colleagues, the regular straighten the teeth and filling cavities. You know because I'm a pediatric dentists on orthodontist tool specialize. It didn't really fulfill my passion. You know so wasn't something that I was really thrilled about. Were you talking about any of these curiosities in medical school, or are you just ask? But I was you know I was not being met with the answers. That I wanted to to hear you know. There were some very very astute psychologist for example that they were working with us, and they understood the language, but most of the people that they were in that traditional. The they wearing very. Happy about like hearing that I remember even I would sit down with when I was a resident in craniofacial clinic we had. We have an amazing clinic at at Ucla and we would be sitting like each doctor would go through you know unsaid. What the patient and examine the patient, and then after that would come out and then the next person, and then we'll just all get together and and discuss what did. Did. We think about the patient and what should go first. What should go next and a lot of times I would actually sit down with the parents, and they just kind of download like all the stuff that they're going through. You know. Oh, yeah, my husband left because he says it's my fault that my kid has cleft palate and cleft lip, and or his faces deform. You know we're having a lot of. Of issues like with the family, you know they would just kind of download everything, and and there were times that I just actually have tears coming out of my eyes, and they're like no, a doctor should be very very. You know neutral, and like nothing at all in your face, and you should be completely stoic, and that's not acceptable for their now going to respect you if you if you have tears in. In your eyes, or you get emotional, and I have experienced completely opposite in my career. You know I have experience like I think I shared with you. One time like I had a seven year old that one of my patients. He's seventeen now, and he came into my office and the first time we went through some of the stuff and I asked him I said I'll call James so he remains anonymous James. So sad for seven-year-old, and he just looked at me and he says wouldn't be. Wouldn't you be so sad if like you just lost your best friend to leukemia on your mom has breast cancer. When he said this, I just started. Like literally, the tears just kept coming down without any kind of control, and he's like I've never seen a doctor who cries and I said well. My Dad is going through cancer right now so it it's sitting very very close to my heart, and I'm an I can completely understand where you are, and I'm astounded by the courage for you to even be here and to go through all of these things. So he at the end of it, you know I give my my kids all a hug. You know so I'm giving him a hug. And then he holds me a little bit extra. And he said I think we both need this extra huck. This is a seven year old right. Next Day, I, come back and they say James has been waiting here for an hour and a half to give you the the these flowers. He wanted to give it to you himself and not, and then he says these flowers are for your mom, and for for my mom and your dad. So can you put it in your garden, so they blas, and we both pray for them. These are the things these are the experiences that I have with my patients, and with my sophisticated sophisticated so you'll making everybody cry. Sophisticated beautiful children that they they really understand, and when they feel heard and seen and acknowledged I think. Something really brilliant comes out of them and and they they come and. There's so much more healing that if I would have just sat there and felt his multiple cavities, but when I actually saw what was beyond his cavities, and behind behind because they inflammatory process goes up when you're under a lot of stress, and you get more cavities dots during those times, this is like a known medical fact, but most of us would just Kinda. Come drill, fill, and then okay well. Make sure you don't have any sugars so I get a lot out of this and then I so I started like studying about food as medicine. You know because there was no nutrition classes that. That actually taught me. Hey, you don't like when somebody gets sick so much of it could be because of what they're eating, and or if they're, they're going through something that nutrition can actually harm if they're not eating nutritious food that actually can worsen their emotions, and their sought process and their situation I went through a three year program of spiritual psychology and consciousness, health and healing with and got my master I. had my I already had my psychology bachelor with a concentration in child psychology, but I kind of extended that and got my master I went through osteopathy, anthroposophic medicine and biodynamic osteopathy and. There's so many different things that I just became really interested to just learn and the more that I learned the more that I found out. How this beautiful incredible human being is all connected with. You know from from different aspects, mind, body, and spirit, and not just physical stuff that that I learned, and yes I need to know my physical. I need to know my my anatomy and physiology and everything else, but I am fascinated by putting it all together and looking at all that stuff. So how does the traditional dental community orthodontic community react when you put your work into the world? That's a good question. I think we're getting there and you know now. Was It at first house? It now challenging very challenging. I think I'm still the odd woman out. It's not something that it's a lot of my colleagues when they found out about. The way that I practice even with alternative stuff they you know looking at Airways as basis of orthodontics looking at osteopathy. Where's the strain in the whole cranium? Tongue tied lip tied twelve years ago when I started doing the tongue tie in the laptop, starting with Hoffa's my own son. You know it was just very frowned upon you know now things are getting a lot better and a lot more. They're more open to it now. They have for example for an ECTOMY classes in You Know Harvard University and Temple and a lot of these Ivy League schools. You know I went to Orthodontic meeting the other day that the lecturer was talking about like Oh. The Airway seems to be the sexy word. Now you know so. They're looking at things a little bit more. You're moving the culture of. Being they're moving forward. However I think it's still very uncomfortable for us, not just dental world, but also medical world to deal with emotions because I don't think that'd be ever dealt with our own emotions while we were going through school. That's that's one of the things that with our nonprofit organization love. What's global movement were so passionate about the education of piece of the emotional IQ and actually. We have program now in elementary school with Teddy Bear Program. We have We're creating something in middle school and high schools, and then we have already on our way with the with the medical schools. Bringing forward like you know how how what is this emotion I think a lot of people when they have when they feel anger, they either shoved it. You know way way way deep because it's not allowed, or they give it another name you know and. And then afterward they feel shame about it's all the you know Brennan Brainwork, and all the things that we have talked about I feel like it's changing I the mass, and then hopefully afterward bringing forward all of the medical community, medical dental community into understanding some of these sophistication and how it affects your physiology. Because I I. Don't think that unless you're a psychiatrist or a psychologist, you really dive into them motions as much during your training, so and it's so important. It's really really important. It's getting there slowly, but surely, but we still have a very very long way to Get right back to the chat I started investigation to clean beauty after I became pregnant with my first child, it was and still is important to me and my family to have healthy products in our pantry, cupboards and medicine cabinets. Toothpaste was one of the first items we replaced Dr. Sheffield certified natural toothpaste was created one hundred sixty years ago and their formula today is based off an age old recipe from the original doctor's notebook that means no synthetic detergents, foaming agents, harmful bleaching, agents or artificial preservatives, and it certified by the Natural Products Association. If you're clean. Curious. This might be the place to start. You can find Dr Sheffield's at CVS Walgreens and major retailers or more information on Dr Sheffield's natural toothpaste. Dr Sheffield's naturals DOT COM. Okay, let's get back to the conversation. Do you think that? Really the what is the consumer right the patient? Do you see them? Changing the landscape of how unit are they pushing physicians into thinking more broadly. You know when they hear about this stuff I know you're at the forefront of it, but if you have colleagues. Did they ever say hey, you know? People are coming in and wanting to understand airways or Meridian's how they pertain to the teeth. Do you get a sense that that's happening? Yes, absolutely I think it's actually the patients that they're changing the direction of this whole thing. I had a actually about what is integrative Dentistry and about hundred twenty people showed up dentist. They showed up. I would say a third of them. When I started talking the first twenty minutes day walked out angry angry like super angry. A third of them. They kinda stayed, but they were just Kinda wiggling in their in their seats, and a third of them. They just came hungry for more because they said we were getting. All of these you know calls and all these questionings from our patients, and we really don't understand or have any answers, and we like to know more. You know because we want to be of service. Want to be an advocate for our patients, but our education has really prepared us for it, so where do. Do we get more information. Where do we get more? What did they want to know about specific? They wanted to know like for example you know. Does you know how does like the root canal affects everything? How does the whole body is affected by this stuff that you do in your mouth? I feel like that on the most part. When you're looking at the mouth, you're just you know you are looking at the whole picture in a small way like we're not looking at for example gut. Gut Health. You know now there's more and more research shows your gut. Health starts from your mouth. If you're just concentrating on your God and you're missing the mouth, it's almost like it was you know with all respect? It was one whole that went two different directions. You know so you have an anus, and you have a mouth, and it was just one whole before, so if you're missing the fact that it was one whole you know then, you're not quite getting to the bottom aspects of you. You know many people. For example they were doing alkaline, water, alkaline food, and but then they're. They're missing the fact that their mouth breathing. If your mouth reading all the time, you automatically changing your system to acidic system rather than alkaline system. There is a lot of patients that they are. I'm writing an article it. Can your anxiety be due to your tongue tie in lip tie so because I see so many patients that will I'm doing more and more my parents, but don't tell anyone. But I'm seeing the past three years. What's coming forward? It's really really incredible. I just had a mom last week that had a new baby I released a tongue tie in the live time and the baby and the mom's like you know. Can you take check mine and see you know if I have a tongue tie lip time a lot of times, they do because it's genetic, so it's either the mom or the dad, so yes, she had a tongue tie up tie, but we decided okay. We're GONNA. Release the laptop in the middle of the procedure. She burst out crying, saying that when she was a teenager, and even since then she had a lot of experiences with the cutting. And, she says I could feel the tension in my body and I could feel all the songs -iety, but I just didn't know what to about it, and even though like I went through so many therapy sessions, and I don't cut anymore, but the desire remains in my body, and then she's like I feel that you know i. put the intention and the prayer forward that this would be the last intentional release and the cutting that I need in order to move forward. And it was so profound to see what came after the you know the next week or so, and how much release she had in her body like working also with our cranial psychotherapists and osteopath, and what their report was so I I feel that there's so many aspects that we don't necessarily get trained, and and I'm still learning. You know I'm still learning, because sometimes right they they unorthodox will say oh, your teeth or crooked I'm going to push them in. Then there's neck, tension and pain because of that because it has tell me about that. Yeah, so the ways of us I think have neck pain because we had. Traditional orthodontic. Ella yeah, as well as some of the some of the neck braces or the head gears and things like that it could be, it could not be, but I wanNA. Make sure that it's so when I look at first of all. I feel orthodontics starts pre birth. Because when I'm talking. My parents I'm looking at. What are you know, the pregnant mom if they have a strain? If they have like I, have one mom like Oh yeah. My pregnancy was really easy, but she had like every single month. She was flying at least twenty five times a month. You know so all of the. And then she was working like sixty hours a day all the way until she was seven months pregnant, seven or seven and a half months pregnant. That's a lot of stress that as women you know, we don't necessarily would just think okay. We'll just kind of go through it and we don't Miss. We don't process it and we don't. We're not allowed to even call it stress. You know it's it's kind of. We were having this this talk the other they. About you you know when we are on our menstruation like if you're in a bad mood or grumpy or don't feel like doing anything, almost apologize for it, versus before that was like the red tent, all getting together, somebody else's taking care of your kids, so you can go and like have this sacred time right? So as women I feel like we just go. Go Go, and we don't even call it stress while we really stressed out. So I started looking at some of those things, and and then looking at how the verse was how the pregnancy was. You know they used forceps? You know. Was it a C. Section? was there a federal and Potosi used, or was it a natural natural delivery? What was the length of the delivery and then afterward house? The breastfeeding breastfeeding really really develops the mouth, and really develops the whole Airways and jaw and Maya, functional, and the way that you swallow Moi's. They're bottle. Feeding introduced that type of passive fire. I think all the pacifier. Especially for the early stages of life is bad i. have to say that, but I don't like the green wine at the hospital gives you. So and then I started looking at the whole cranium that twenty two bones in the cranium and see. If. There is crowding if there is disharmony in the mouth. Is it coming from? Where else are you know, are you? Seeing is the discrepancy I save for some of the older patients actually get their baby pictures. I see. Where did it start? Whereas the discrepancy started happening, and then I look for the cause. You know what what caused. It was their trauma was there fall was there improper. Swallowing was their prolonged pacify or know some of some there's different. There's so many different things was there? There a sensory integration stuff or some of the patients they have something called a retained primary reflexes where there was a trauma, and then they basically, there's certain reflexes that they should go away by certain age, and it doesn't go, and then they contribute to the disharmony of swallowing and your neck reflexes, and all of that stuff, so I when I started looking at that whole picture then I'm not just treating the teeth and opening up the teeth I'm actually opening up airways. You know like. Like with your children I took posture fixtures, and I saw them walking and I. You know all of that. I I look at the entire thing on my intention. Is that this patient by the time that I'm done with them? They have improved significantly. If not completely corrected in some of these things that you've seen the rest of the body, and it's not just me I, utilize a lot of incredible. You know colleagues for that, but that's the way that I look at that and most of. Of the ORTHODONTIC, said lease that I see is concentrated on teeth, and when you might straighten the teeth, but then there is your teeth are connected to the rest of the the cranium. There's twenty two bones that they're like a piece of puzzle. You can't move these to the upper and lower jaw without affecting the rest of these bonds so I mean it makes perfect sense that makes perfect sense and an I. Don't know before I went to osteopathy I really understood that, or I had. I mean I learned a lot about the cranium during my medical, I mean my Columbia Education and as well as you know my residency, but I don't know if I quite put it together, or they really connected like Oh. Let's look at the eyes and the symmetry in the rest of and then the you know the ear infection recurrent. Could it be because you know the cranium. On the sides are so compacted that the the years are not draining, and if the ears are not draining, how does it affect the rest of these? These bones so pretty radical way of looking at it is the don shooter so cool so cool so cool, because then you start bringing the healing to the rest of the you know not just here, but like we they also say that cranium and the sacred they go together. You start looking at things so and the fashion. You know something that now you know the. There's so much talk about it, but. But I think in medical school. We just kind of went and took the fashion like. Let's get out of the way, so it's not bogging us. You know so we can get to. The Oregon's nobody really talked about how the fascist actually holds onto the trauma, and how it can actually create changes to see fibers, and some of the some of the way that your body actually received some of the treatments because of the entrapped trauma in the in the limbic system, so I think even though I could ask you questions for the rest of the day. I would love to hear some advice from you for us. Parents who just as somebody who sees children all day long and feel their cranium and their rhythms, and you know is putting looking at a child holistically how? Can we best setup our children for? Success like in terms of body, and in what what can we be doing at home? Like? How can we like if you were to get a new patient and say oh? This child you know is clearly you know, x y is clearly going on in their life, because they're ahead of a bunch of other of my patients who are having these kinds of challenges. Like what are those things that we can be doing? That's a big question, so give me. The first thing that that I want to God. We touched upon actually is do be very very very committed to your own healing. That's the biggest thing that you can actually do for your child, because what we bring forward in terms, and I'm not saying to be a perfect person. That's not. That's not exactly that's not at all. What is? Far from perfection, but be committed to your healing, because those that healing actually when your children they see that years like Oh. Mommy is going through this and I'm just gonNA. Take some time to be with my little girl. For example you know like we with my with my internal little girl yes. Yes, my inner in my inner child that it's feeling hurt or I'm going to go and do some you know writing so I can process my emotions. This is beyond anything that you can teach them that like. Yeah, go sit down and and learn about that. They actually learn by seeing you doing now. Now so be very committed to your own healing, because that's the best thing that you can do for your child, second thing. Is You know again what you mentioned and what we really believe in you are so in tuned with your child in so many ways you know, so you know acts like a Wifi that means that a lot of times. Your intuition about things like when you say I feel that there's something not right with this or if it doesn come from fear. And it comes from love. We always say that there's only two things love versus fear. If it from love, trust your intuition I'll always give my parents advice and I said this is my recommendation, but I want you to tune in to your heart, and from that space of loving. You only know what's best for your child and I trust that and I follow their intuition. Mother knows best say exactly this third thing that I can say is be so so be. Proactive and learn a lot, because unfortunately, there's so much to learn that your doctor. You know whether they're of osteopaths or orthodontist or a physician. They might not be up to all of those informations. My biggest source of information is from my parents that they come, and they say. Have you heard about this? And instead of me acting all big and mighty and my? No I haven't. Can you send me some information and I'll do some research on this next time. Talk about it, you know. Actually do your own research a lot and learn specialty about food. What your child puts in their mouth? It's so so important about these devices that they're holding because the person that you're working with. Maybe they are limited in their knowledge, and they might not necessarily give you all of those things and work with people that they're open to learn, and they're enthusiastic about learning. They don't necessarily say okay I know everything already, and here's what I do, and that's that's it. That's the end of the road work with people that are like Oh my God. What did you just learn? What did you? How did you heal? Heal your gut, you know, come and tell me so I can use it for another patient, and and see if you or do some research about it and see if it's something that I can utilize for other people, so those are some of the things that I. Would you know that I would recommend highly and then go to a person that looks at your child, not just as one part at a time, but actually looks at a little bit of a bigger picture you know I don't necessarily think that you gonna find too many orthodontist and pediatric dentists that they're going to ask about your marriage, but. At least like work with someone who's interested in your whole family and the dynamic of the family, and what's going on? What are some of the stresses at home? That's you know they don't have to go into detail, but what is distracted stresses at home. What is your child eating? Have what is the history of your own stuff that you have gone through in terms of orthodontic stuff or teeth, or you know fears of the dentist, or some of those things I think like an and see that they are genuinely interested that they're genuinely interested in you as a person as a family and and as a whole on the. Physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. That's beautiful. Thank you for joining my chat with Dr, Sherri Sammy to learn more had to happy kids, dental planet, dot, com, or behind appealing dot com. That's spelled. B. E. H. I. V.. That's a wrap on today's episode. Have a second. Please rate, review and hit subscribe if you haven't already. 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Pop-up Podcast in Agoura Hills - Grounding

Maureen From Quarantine

12:20 min | 3 months ago

Pop-up Podcast in Agoura Hills - Grounding

"Hello world this is maureen from quarantine. And i m here doing my up. Podcast from gorgeous agora hills california. And as i look around. It's one of those days that you could sing the lyrics to hazy shade of winter which is cool simon and garfunkel song. And i highly recommend it. I'll put that on my blog. Aaron on the website as i do with the vegan recipes and all the great music and the books and poetry and the things we discussed. I'll add that But i do recommend it and it just came to me today and those lyrics are very poignant and quite cool and Just looking at the leaves now on the ground. Speaking of the ground inclined to shine the light today on a cool resource a cool go-to for self care and otherwise to do grounding its grounding and it's also another word for it is earth thing so as i walk this earth symbolically and literally as we all walk this birds so important to not only know where our feet are to be present in this moment right here. Right now But there is science to this earth thing to this grounding and Really aligning ourselves and centering ourselves if you will Even electrically with the universe with the earth and tapping into the earth's energy. And so. I'll keep it real simple and and i'm not a scientist so i won't profess to have all the answers but i do know they have discovered that indeed. This is quite hearing good for the immune system and especially for inflammation which obviously affects so much. And i'm all about the solution in the world and putting out these cool resources these cooled goto especially in quarantine. And i'm here looking at the the cool little duckie's and they're all coming over to me. I don't have any food to give them. But they're all coming my way and so They they do suggest for grounding. Take your shoes off. And if you would like to if you're if you're if you have tender feet. I know some people. It's not easy to walk barefoot And it's Also be careful to where you walk if you are taking your shoes off and walking Medicare it's safe. I and that's what i do and also you know. Check the weather and see if you're comfortable so there's even You know the concrete. You can tap into the earth's energy through the concrete so you can walk barefoot but be aware where you're walking and so if you're sitting there in your your tender and you just want to sit down go ahead and get yourself a little chair. Take your shoes off and just be comfortable and let your feet touch the earth for about fifteen minutes and Again it's a good idea to if there's if if it's grass you're going to put your feet onto wet the grass the better enables you to pick up that that current if you will net energy and so that's why also a great thing is if you are near the ocean the oceans even better than the lakes and whatnot because they have all of those great The ions and whatnot coming from the beach and the salt and the salt air and in the ocean versus the the scenario with the lakes and the rivers. So if you can get to the beach that's great to just you know whether you're swimming is cool too but if you can just put your hands even your hands. Such your hands touched the earth. The salt water Whether it's the grass or walking again on asphalt does not work. but you can Do this on the concrete. And so just put your feet down again. If you're tender go ahead and read a book listen to music and let your feet touch the earth even if you Feel so inclined just a few minutes out of time and you know to get out there in nature to let your feet touch the earth. The native americans have the saying. Let your feet touch the earth for fifteen minutes a day and this is great For even things like jet lagging or a few you know what whatever ails you and just to just Take a few moments go outside touch the earth and take a nice walk again and put your feet on the ground. Try different avenues to this. Be the actual earth right now. Where i'm at surrounding this lake. There's beautiful like clay or so it's very earthy and of course. My astrological sign is earth. Simon inclined to Move forward with the earth and and even the metal is good the metal and the and the minerals there. So not that. I'm necessarily all about that Something very cool about being down to earth earthy as we walked this earth and symbolic number wise. And now in fact i'm looking upwards on like a little mini hike here and i am in touch with the trees and and it's interesting as we are Earth thing and grounding ourselves to to be aware of look at how the trees are coming in out of the earth and What's kind of interesting to note. Also is that there. You can sleep this way as well there are. They do have Beds and sheets that are called grounding. She's feel so inclined to look into that and ways to sleep walker grounding and everything and so see what see what organically moves you and then the other thing they do have is They've got shoes ban. So i've got these. It's called zero shoes and you can look for those and they're very lightweight and they happen vegan as well so See again what works for you but the yes. They've made a particular shoes for everything. And there's again a way to plug in literally for the grounding. I guess if you're in a position where you can't necessarily get out to. They have again scientifically work this out for us. So do your research there. And i'll put some information to on the blog as well and so for the grounding. I think is a good idea again For to keep it really really simple and to just try it. I won't go on and on but it's one more again. Great go to for us here in quarantine to stay. I know again. Sadly we've seen a lot of instability going on you know as of yesterday sadly you know we saw the them storm the capitol building. And i'm sending out again the beautiful energy all over the world and talking about how important it is for all of us to Stay ground and there is these kinds of things. 'cause again a great deal of anxiety and sadness and depression and the world especially when we witness you know again. Woman died and people are hospitalized and in the midst of this pandemic. So let's be a part of that solution in the world and You know there is there is there are infinite possibilities and there is light shining and we can be that light and and carry on Golden golden and say the words out loud as we walk and ground ourselves and began. I look around is see. It's lyrics to that song. Look around these brown. Although there is no patch of snow on the ground here in california Not in the mountains. Although that's not that's not a bad idea. See how we're guided. I will do i'm called now to go to the mountains to do a podcast. And that's what's kind of nice about where we are here. Mountains are not too far away at all and Yes indeed there is snow. Obviously everybody wants to be safe and bring your chains and Do your thing and stay safety. I too and like i said with the grounding. You don't necessarily want to go out barefoot in the snow or in the cold weather. Stay safe and st well again. We don't we want to protect ourselves. Here this is about being what we can for the immune system and being outdoors is always good. If you can't but like as i mentioned to the grounding can take place indoors as well so here's to stability being grounded being a part of the solution in the world. Something about going barefoot. Find the right shoes near shoes or not and see maybe about the sheets the sleeping scenario. And maybe that's not for you you'll know and the same thing goes for The grass for the oceans lakes whatever. Ground it also puts you on another level. We were talking yesterday. Sadly about the chaos in the world and the instability and so many people simply need to get out and away and get ego out of the way and see things from another perspective and get a you know a new perception on things rather than being in that tunnel vision a ego and power driven money property prestige and breathe in all this beautiful air and find a way or a place to go to. And i'm gonna snap a picture here because the light is golden. I'm going to stop and take a picture and i will Send take a deep breath. Now and i'll be quiet. You can hear the ambiance. And i thank you for listening stay grounded. And this is maureen from quarantine the podcast pop up podcast Gora hill going to snap that picture. Now thank you for listening

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John & Ken Show Hour 3 (02/17)

John and Ken on Demand

28:03 min | Last month

John & Ken Show Hour 3 (02/17)

"John and ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Well we're once again. Going to return to the story of the la county district attorney. George on it doesn't. It seems like a week doesn't go by where we have another horrendous case where this out of control district attorney here in la county just a couple of months on the job wants to shake everything up but basically what he wants and talking about the worst of the worst. He wants to make sure that they don't go to prison for a very long time. And apparently have a shot at freedom. And we're talking about murderers this should be talking about. Kenneth cast rasmussen a fifty three year. Old man who got nabbed a few years back a cold case murder from nineteen eighty one and it was the case of Jeffrey vargo he was found dead in a gora hills. He's from anaheim hills. He was six at the time in. Nineteen eighty one. I think he was found. Dead in pomona was found dead in pomona. Excuse me He they think that rasmussen killed another boy in agoura hills in my six. Oh this guy has so Sa- jeffrey vargo It wasn't as two thousand fifteen that they matched. The dna rasmussen also has convictions for sexually assaulting two other southern california boys in nineteen eighty one and nineteen eighty seven. So this extremely sick bastard. He served two separate prison terms for molesting an eleven year old boy. He lord in seclusion before sodomising him and abducting a three year old boy from the boys front yard in la before later. Sodomising him and leaving the child wandering naked on the street the next day. Now in this case. Jeffrey vargoz riding his bike near his home in anaheim hills. Rasmusen is charged with abducting him. The boy's body was found the next day. Twenty five miles away at a construction site in pomona. So we're gonna talk now with bob and connie vargo jeffries. Parents who've had to live with this for almost forty years now and You know again. It's todd spitzer orange county. Da wants to take the case away from gas cone because he doesn't want gas cone reducing the potential sentence by not charging all the enhancements. That should accompany cry. Connie and bob thanks for coming on. Thank you for having us on Obviously this is very difficult to talk about. But you must be very happy that todd spitzer going to take the case away from george. Try to we try to say you know. I am so glad that finally somebody is doing something because once we heard about the gas gone and no longer First of all the The death sentence is off the table as you know in california even though we all voted for it and second of all that this guy now will no longer be able to be charged for life without parole. That means that he can get twenty years to life but have credit for the time that he's already been in jail which as you know he was. He was Arrested in two thousand sixteen. So two thousand fifteen. I'm sorry two thousand fifteen so he already has five years credit. Now they don't get full credit for the you know it's like one day for every two or whatever but even so he could get out and fourteen or fifteen years. That is just wrong. This man is a monster. A monster as you know he. Has you know sodomized a two or three year. Old boy left him out in a field naked sodomized at eleven year. Old boy he murdered our son. He murdered another six year old boy and a girl hills. How much more do you have to do to stop this man. He's been in jail. And he's not been rehabilitated. And he never should see the light of day again. In our opinion did has he been charged officially with the old. Da lacy. oh yeah Yes the old delay the old Excuse me the da. jackie lacey. I actually wrote a letter to them because this guy was willing to plead guilty and go to jail for the rest of his miserable life but no they wanted to have a capital case. And you know. Put him to death. Well you know that probably would never happen in california but So i wrote a letter to jackie lazy. This has been a couple of years ago. And actually they embedded on my husband. And i and older send it to Visit them and we spoke to joseph esposito and he let us know that this guy was the worst of the worst and he is on a chemical with the where they determine if somebody should have the death penalty and he told us connie and bob this is the worst of the worst and seeming like and this man should never see the light of day again. And that's why we want to have the death. Penalty voted on. It and i told him at that point. I says well you've taken us over to the dark side. All right and so if they would have done that in the first place taking the taking the guy put him out for life. Without possibility of parole he would already be in jail. And i don't know if gascon could say. Oh well he's really a nice guy so let's let him out however that would have been all done but no they had to have that capital case and now because of kobe you know they couldn't have twin-aisle we had a preliminary in two thousand. They also are letting people out early. Once they passed the age of sixty. It's called elderly. So i don't even know if he would get if i don't even know three right. Now he might not get the fifteen or the twenty years life. You might get seven years wait. He's not fifty three. He was fifty three when he was arrested. He is now if the eight or fifty nine years. So yeah you're right. Exactly he would even get out maybe earlier. That is know what a six year old boy is. Happy go lucky riding his bike and some muster does this to him. And i can't even imagine the last few hours are moments of my son's life and you know and and it tears us up every time that you know things and you know next next week it'll be somebody elses news but this is very emotional and difficult on us. Go through this again and say the whole story again and again and then nothing happens. He has been. He was arrested six years ago and they had a preliminary entrance and nothing has happened. Fifty eight now than he was probably eighteen when he did this old. How could somebody be that vicious at nineteen years old and you know it was a cold case worker that worked on that case and she found a dna evidence ran into cobra's she called us one sunday morning and said bowden county. We found the man that murdered your son. This was thirty five years later. We never thought that they would find anybody. We were totally shocked. I mean you could have blown my shoes up. We were so we couldn't believe it now at thirty five years later. Why don't you aren't counting. Hold on a chance to talk to bob. You're sharing the phone there so to come back. This is connie vargo and her husband. Bob is also on the line there from anaheim hills in orange county. Six six-year-old son. Geoffrey disappeared in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety was kidnapped and he was murdered and his body was found in pomona and it took until twenty fifteen through the use of dna in the world of today's technology to track down the killer who they believe is a man by the name of kenneth rasmussen who is almost fifty nine years old but he was already in prison in fact he'd been released and was a tusk darrow and then he got released from there and he went to back to idaho where he's from but he attacked two other boys and they believe he killed another six year old boy. And the reason we're talking about this specifically is because the la county da. George gascon doesn't want to go with a special circumstance murder charges which could result in certain rest of his life. Prison time for rasmussen. It's possible he could be out and fifteen years without those special circumstances in orange county. Da todd spitzer his on the spot here trying to take the case back to orange county away from la county. We'll talk more. We come back. John and ken. Kfi we were talking to a couple from anaheim hills. Connie and bob vargo. It's another important story concerning the la county district attorney george gascon and his unwillingness to file severe charges against even murderers talking about a man by the name of kenneth rasmussen. That's who's in question here. And he already had a history of sexually assaulting boys talking about three year olds six year olds eleven year olds and he went to prison for that. But thanks to cold-case and solving cases in twenty fifteen they linked him to the murder of connie. Bob's son geoffrey. Back in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. He was living in anaheim hills at the time and but his body was found in pomona in la county. So that's why it's an la county murder case and todd spitzer entered the scene because guests goons unwillingness to apply special circumstances. Charges could leave the possibility that this guy could end up being paroled. We believe he's fifty eight or fifty nine years old and he might be out in fifteen years ask on has moved to dismiss special circumstances and Has moved to take the case to orange county. And we we talked with connie. And now we're gonna talk with. Bob vargo the father bob. Thanks for coming on with us. I thank you for taking the time to put us on. How how did gas cones actions make you feel. Well i saw that and All of a sudden. I started getting red and i started to get very very mad and when i get mad i get upset and you don't wanna be around me because i was very very irate and You know to to think that a guy would do something like that and this gas gone. He from what i read in the papers. He said that if a prosecuting attorney if a if an attorney goes to a hearing in his in his in his courtroom he He says i don't want them in there. The only way they could be in there is if they say something nice about him. Well how can you say something nice about somebody. You're you're on the opposite side of the law with it'll courtroom. I mean just that there seems to be no criminal. The gascon doesn't want to give a break to. I mean was killing and sexually abusing young. Boys it doesn't get it all worse than this that's right this guy razz. My son. He one of the one of his victims he was also six years old. He grabbed them off the school bus when he got home from school and he sexually assaulted him and he stabbed him eleven times it is torso and he took his pants. It's the boys pants and wrapped it around his neck and choke them to now. What kind of person is that. He doesn't deserve to be on the face of this earth. Oh no guy's gonna remember. He said there would be no exceptions to his rule against a special circumstances but then i thought he was going to make an exception for cases involving children abuse. I think he would make an exception in the case of these murder. Have you talked to anybody on his staff know though we have talked to absolutely nobody from from his office the only The only person that Has contacted us was deputy district attorney. Who was working on her case. You can talk to gascoyne. What would you say to him. Afraid i can't say that on the air. Let's see pleasant to know the so so often. I just i think i would say to him. Do you have children or grandchildren. And and if you do what would you feel if somebody came up and did that to one of them. Would you feel bad at all. Would you want this guy. That'd be walking the streets again. I think you would turn around. Walk away because he he might be ashamed of of everything. I guess you're rooting for todd. Spitzer to get the case is going to be a hero in pomona spitzer. Oh yeah oh yeah. Will you be able to be a part of that hearing or i guess you can't i don't know i don't know the law works in funny ways. Well well we keep we keep on top of this you you count the most. Yeah bob wanna keep on top of this so keep in touch with our producer all right and let us know what's going is this is really a and it doesn't get any more vicious and horrible than this bob and connie go. Thank you for calling. I don't know. I don't know how many other kids have been affected. I mean he may have some other kids in the last twenty years or so. The nobody knows anything about harry possible. Thank you both for coming on art. We will of course talk more about this case and we'll see what happens monday with this hearing. Todd spitzer wants to take the case to orange county for these for this murder. More coming up john and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt and ken. Chiampou kfi am six. Forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Hey boy slide fans leave your messages one. Eight seven seven voiced eighty six. Maybe you've never left a message but this is your week. One eight seven seven six six four seven eight six. And we'll see if you make it into the playback of calls on the five o'clock hour. Friday steve gregory is going to be at five o'clock at apparently barbara for rare did have something to say about that. La county health department inspector. Who did the dance at that brewery lancaster after she shut it down on super bowl sunday john trinta chop raw woman checked into shot her name. Yeah i know it is. I just like to say that. I edit rehearse it we will. We'll find out the woman should be rebuked word it's in the la times every other day. Rebuke yeah i know. There's a lot of rebuking that needs to go on. It sounds like when eat something banned it comes up your throat and you review your buke right now on the matter of the recall. The sec had this story. The actor kevin sorbo. That is john. The actually i do. I didn't think you watch that show in the eight of the nineties. It was something that show. He's the legendary journeys no there there was. There was a reason he was working on a movie idea that could have involved us. Oh i didn't know that Yeah i told you about it but it just never came through. And i don't think i mentioned is no. He tweeted out something the other day. And set the the sacramento bee into one of these fact check modes. He claimed the california requires signature verification for petitions to recall gavin newsom but not for mail in ballots tweet implied the state was giving scrutiny to the vote last november than it was to the republican led effort to oust newsom now. Apparently the tweet got shared and was all over the place of the truth. Is they're supposed to verify all signatures. I knew that i would not have passed along that kind of information. But this was a jaw dropper you know what. The percentage of california votes were done by mail in the november election. Eighty five percent. Is that right. Yes what it sets you. See i at one point. It was going fifty fifty. But i didn't know. Wow i know. The pandemic was a factor in this. But well you see what in person. But i vote by mail person. There was nobody else there. Because i i just i just i. Just don't trust mail voting systems right. That's that's my particular thing and while i never joined. The election was stolen crowd on this. And i never saw any evidence for that to be true and they certainly tried at sixty one different courts. What bothers me is. There is no verification system. Here you should. You should show up in person with a voter. Id and and and That that's the way. The system should work. If you use a mail system. You are inviting potential mayhem at the very least you lose the public's trust which is what happened to a very large extent is people don't trust the system because they know what's capable not that it happened but that it's capable of happening well here. Here's my question. And i want to be very specific about this and i do understand that it says here. State code requires california county elections officials to verify the signatures on every vote by mail ballot initiative every referendum every recall petition and every candidate nomination document. I'm just asking the question. How closely do they look in other words when they were flooded with all of those mail in ballots. Did they spend a lot of time verifying signatures or did they do employment development department thing and just said well. We're dated let it go. Because i did not see any story of saying that. Their signature was challenged from the general election. You know. I did not all right and now a lot of votes. Now you're onto so now with the recall petition sledge slow me it's going to be the same and i doubt it. Let's look all these agencies here that we know of. We know how the employment developed department ran right. They didn't verify thousands and thousands of applications and on those applications. You're supposed to fill out all kinds of personal information. That can be verified. Correct if you write down doing if you write down you work for the x. Company their check and make sure you were employed by the x. company and there's a public record of that because we're all paying taxes and this check that you're not in prison right exactly that they had the list of prisoners so based on how the e. d. d. runs we just one example there just that one. We can come up with a whole lot of others. And secondly i i find people in politics on all sides. Speed largely dishonest a holes. That's my default position. You're a dishonest. A whole entail you prove otherwise. Okay guilty until proven innocent. I don't trust who's going through these. These petitioned the recall petition. Their done behind closed doors. They're done by a democratic administration. Whose leader can be potentially thrown out of office. Now i just don't trust it. There have been examples. Look what they tried josh. Doom in a few years ago the legislature went to work at enacted. All these laws to try to obstruct the having the actual recalled timely manner. And then they were able to delay it through. Its he's still got recall. Thank god but they pushed it all and those laws are still there and they can end their push. The newsom rebel back the day story and the be says the if there isn't election for the recall it it could possibly happen this year later in the year but it might happen in two thousand and twenty two right so what i'm saying. Is we have a lot of dishonest people. And and all they believe in is loyalty to their party. They don't care about your life by life they don't care if you get the virus and die they don't care if you get a vaccine they don't care if your child gets educated or not i but we have the most racist education system. I've ever seen right now. Where in los angeles county eighty percent of the kids are minority. Eighty percent in poverty and the largely white government is refusing their education. And so i don't trust them. I think a lot of them are bad. People are evil people their destructive people. They're power hungry. They've gotten addicted to controlling everyone's life far beyond what the circumstances warrant no matter. How many scientific surveys come out there. Still grasping onto their power and trying to control us. Destroy our businesses. Destroy our schools. Destroy our children's lives. Destroy our marriages because so many people are working unhappy and drinking and taking drugs. That's what i think of them. And all i'm saying is they're going to be taken out the magnifying glass and look very carefully to all these recall petition signatures because you right number one. They'll be less than than there. Was that people that voted in november but number two. it's an important democratic state official and we've got to be very certain about this but with the with the ballots that they got last november up. Betcha they shove most of them through without checking every secretary of course of course and there's there's no observers for this there's no independent observers to count the petitions they can do whatever they want behind closed doors. And what are we going to do. And then they're gonna say evidence well of course there's evidence if you do everything in secret. Are we going to get evidence. We got more coming up. John and ken. Kfi john and ken show john kobylt and ken. Chiampou kfi am six forty everywhere on the iheartradio app. Right steve gregory along. I will have those numbers for your recall. Numbers versus explanation numbers. Much as we can trust vaccination numbers who knows. Steve is an update on that brewery. Lancaster where the health department inspector came in his shut them down on super bowl sunday and then she was caught on surveillance video. Do a little dance and join herself. And i guess barbara ferrer chief medical officer. Kelly county had something to say about that. We'll find out what it was coming up in the news at a raft of the news at five o'clock do you ever yesterday. We mentioned that. Superwealthy bill gates. The microsoft co-founder came out and said it may be necessary for us here in the united states to give up regular hamburgers and instead eat synthetic beef yes to reduce carbon emissions from livestock. Breitbart did a funny story. They went back and they took a look at an interview in two thousand sixteen. Joe cerrell managing director of the gates foundation told the telegraph. it's uk publication that a meeting with gates included hotel rooms full of diet coke and cheeseburgers for lunch. The matter who you were if you get the lunchtime slot with bill you're eating burgers. Someone will always be sent to get bags. Mcdonald's because i don't think melinda let some have them at home the old husband has to hide his see dietary choices. Tell my friends every guys living in the same house. Every guy has exactly the same experience with his wife. I let my husband eats a crap that i don't eat raw john's life does too. I don't think you've you've never given him a lecture about black lab. But he but he ignores me doesn't even hide it. Do find jesse tries yes. Husayn says some then some men bow to it and then they have to seek around the sean food. They're week no husband has ever lectured their wife about vegetables. It's never happened. But every life is lectured their husband about me. What about the vegan husbands. They're not husbands. What are they then try. I don't know there's also pictures of bill gates at a place called dick's burgers in seattle. He's a fan of burgers now. Maybe he gave them up recently because he stories are a couple of years old. No no no no. I had a sixty minutes story on sunday night. Yeah he took anderson cooper to a local burger joint. It was a fast food joint not mcdonalds but similar. So i guess. He's saying that he'll do a to. He'll eat synthetic beef. He didn't say that. I didn't see the interviews via mitee technologies. He a little different. He doesn't really annoy me the way a lot of these Scolds do because he's really coming from a point is like here's what we have to do. He's being realistic. In order to reduce the greenhouse effect. We have to change everything right. Everything and here theoretically is how we could do it. They could make synthetic beef. It's not gonna taste the same but you'll get used to it. He's not eating synthetic beef and he's not even telling anyone else do. He admits he flies a private plane right but he then he did the old But i'm spending millions of dollars on carbon offsets which everybody knows a scam. So so i. I understand what he's saying. He's sketching out a world of fantasy. Utopia that will never come to pass. Oh okay because of his logical kind of microsoft mind he's just well. Let's go to this. He can't help it all right. He looks at the world. He sees all these complex problems and he can't help but apply is brain. If we're going to solve this how would we do it. And and he's not. It's not a real political doctrine because like he is big on nuclear power in fact they were showing off designs of a new modern nuclear reactor. That would not fail in the way. Chernobyl date or three mile island or that one in japan. He says an entirely different systems. So you wouldn't have the problems that caused those things to implode high coming up next. We'll be talking to st gregory. But we were. I gotta give you the rundown on the vaccination and recall numbers. Would you really want a husband noon. Vegan yeah yeah then we can share. We share food together. Yeah i mean that's not. Obviously that's not a breaking point. I think it was my husband's five. Are women would be interested in men who are because they because they because they don't eat meat they really there's an people buried to. I don't think women are really interested in men who don't work. Well i would not be interested in and around the doesn't work. That's very different than the guy that doesn't he will be interested in women who don't work there. I mean there is a difference between right. So i just i just think. In general women find out a guys vegan. I don't think so. John and ken show debra mark has news. kfi am six forty.

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The Last Days of August: Episode Two

The Last Days of August

31:05 min | 2 years ago

The Last Days of August: Episode Two

"The last days of August contained some explicit and upsetting material involving sexuality assault and self harm. It may not be suitable for all audiences. February two months since August died. The porn community has been hitting the same room miss that I have the Twitter bullying may not have been the reason for her death. So speculation is running wild some point people are taking matters into that own hands and becoming amateur. Detectives, remember, her name Stein techs couple of my friends are just jokingly select launcher murder, and all three of them said that, that's what I think too. I was an old work colleague, Kevin's, Yoshi obese shea and his porn director, axel Braun. I mean it's not like I'm a conspiracy theorist you know, she weighed on route fourteen pounds. I think it's fifty miles an hour wind and you have to climb up a tree. I don't know that you can climb up that tree with that huge trunk and just go up there and put the finger. And then I can then for done and calculate, our long, this thing's going to be, so that when you fall down, you're not hitting the farming. It's not an easy thing. And he's a makeup artist who lives with August often and didn't want to be identified when I found out the Perth thought that came into my mind. Would she referred? She was murdered. They'd be with her husband. So that's usually the next. From this makeup artist. I learned that the porn community has become. So uneasy these past weeks. One point star Mercedes Carreira has decided to do something about it. I can reach out to her and catering contact with you guys before I take you to my interview with Mercedes Carreira. I want to stop for a moment and tell you something these first interviews were recorded in early twenty eighteen but this is the John of a year later talking, who would my produce Selena spent ten months investigating August. Steph. I don't want this to be one of those shows that creates narrative tension by fuelling suspicion that a person might be a murderer so I want to tell you that, while we uncover some extraordinary, unexpected things or devastating mysteries will reveal themselves and be solved. This will not out to be a murder mystery. But we don't know that for sure back in February twenty eighteen when we meet Mercedes Carreira. Her car in a parking Welt somewhere in the valley, we were all absolutely devastated by August, because she was just a gentle, little young woman that you it seemed odd to us. And so I was talking to friend of mine, who's in a big three letter agency, and I was like, hey, this is really kind of strange will you guys unfortunately it's on his jurisdiction so he could do is pass it along. I've talked to several other friends for law enforcement nail said odd Mercedes lists for me the things she's finding out this, Kevin statement, the one that pinned much of the blame onto Jessica Drake in looking at kind of how quickly fingers being pointed something about it just it just seemed a little off animosity. I think between Jessica on August, then Mercedes says this the way this will cast took her life. I do a lot of work with veteran community come from a military family. So the veteran community is very adopted. Self harm. It's difficult to tie Slipknot. I met veterans who've tried to hang themselves and failed it. So. It is managed to go to war, and kill people who couldn't succeed in their own deaths in that way. So somebody with anxiety climate tree in the middle of that. I mean look, any combination of us psychotropic drugs can potentially have people superhuman things. I'm not saying it's not possible. It just seems it's unusual. Mercedes has has suspicions, not necessarily about Kevin, who she's always had a good working relationship with experience in working with Kevin Kevin's always been very pleasant with me. I never personally experienced any sort of temporary or violence from him. So even in my inquiry to my friend who is law enforcement. It wasn't necessarily coming from a place of I think Kevin did this. But, but, but also, I was thinking, well, maybe she went, maybe she was wandering on the street, and she was higher. Something some guy, killer, what concern me was that given her career? It was very easy for everyone to go like, look another porn died. Big deal. Right. It off and not properly biscuit safety suspicions far from the only ones floating around the porn wounds. But first, let me tell you something about August's past. She was born Mercedes rebel ski into an army family Nova Scotia. Canada one thousand nine hundred four but you always dreamed of moving to California she told the podcast Holly, Rondo a few months before she died. I just wasn't happy living in this shitty little town. You know, I've always wanted to move to California, and my mom would always say, you know, sink more. Realistically, and in my head, I was like that Israel, is that I can go to California moved to California in twenty thirteen Kevin almost immediately. She was nineteen he was thirty nine who married in twenty fourteen but 2017 that moved to come Rio forty miles from the valley, Kevin told me he moved from this, that they could have life together away from Capone friends, who could be toxically gossipy like being back at high school, as it happens Mercedes Carreira describes porn people that way to me, too. I tried to prevent August because I met her on set for about three years ago. She's so beautiful and so young these girls were being very mean to her on Twitter keeping by these girls don't go to college there straight out of high school into the porn industry. So the things that. Most people will deal with this coeds and sororities. They're dealing with on the public stage. I mean, this is their coming of age, and they're doing it in the public arena. So and talked to her about this, and I wanted really wanted to get together with her Kevin boy seemed a little reticent. I don't know if he was just more private and didn't wanna get with people in general, I cannot say, but there were rumors must have very controlling about who's she societas way. And, and granted I'm not for pure, so maybe she didn't want to get together with me. It's possible you know, but she was she seemed happy to have someone overs more neutral to talk to, and I kinda hope to develop that friendship with her looks Bucharest's friends complained that they banned. So her anymore of should move to come Rio, though, she wasn't totally without friends, who was Emma Hicks. Sorry, I don't know how to wear this, like a really hard time, getting it out, or melt me to make up group pulled set in a rented house. The valley. I know this about talking to me, not least because she asked Kevin with she Stu this interview. And he said, yes, then he gave her instructions. When he told me to talk to you guys. He said, make sure you focus on the bullying and your fun memories with her. And yet, everyone knows we had fun memories together. Everyone already knows that, but people need to see the issue. So that's why I'm talking to it. There was more to the just the bullies she's to party all the time, but ever since she married, Kevin. She stayed at home and not only I noticed that. But a lot of other people notice that, you know, it only be me and her heinous would never be the three of us. But when mean her would leave to go because we went to a party in November of two thousand sixteen that was a while ago. I know but when we went out she he made sure he was like be back at this time about, you know what I mean, to me, it's like she's a grown woman people's, you know, worried about up. She wasn't bekker's. And you could tell he cares about her. And so I didn't know if that was just him being carrying, or if that was him being control. And it was really hard to tell. But when she was around him. And when I was there, she just seemed like she was very nervous around him. I'm not nervous. But like. She wasn't herself around him as she was with me. He did seem controlling. I remember this one time me and her were hanging out. We're on in her room and he came in, and we were laughing and talking. And all of a sudden, once he came in the room, it just like we just went silent, and it's like she couldn't talk. But what we were talking about in front of him 'cause it would make him mad, you know. Light like leases temper. No, no, no. I've never like not mad, but just like just like upset like he would just kind of be like. Yeah. So limb in going into the whole anger thing, I've never seen because I know you're probably gonna ask me this. I don't know if you are not. But I don't know. He didn't seem like the physical abusive type. To spend the poll director, Mike quasar comes into the room. He's about to shoot a scene on the other side of the door and he needs to change the settings on the air conditioner. If you could over here with his not the cutter, dial at that should be home. So. Now they're done talking. They'll be owning. Okay. So I called him not too long ago, the other day and he was yelling at me on the phone like yelling at me, and I did nothing wrong. I was just saying, hey, I think I need to speak out about the truth, but saying what I need to say to about August, and he was yelling at me. And I said, if this is the way you talk to August, like, you know, she must have really been upset the yelling. He said, you can't tell her dirty little secrets, and he kept saying that repeatedly can't tell her dirty little secrets. He kept saying, we don't we don't want people to know this. We don't want people to know about her eating disorder and depression, suicidal thoughts, and I said, they aren't her dirty little secrets there, the problems that in issues that she was struggling with. So that's what we're yelling back and forth about nothing. The thing that Emma wants to say something that if it's true, does sound startling an extraordinary. Yes. I know that Kevin ex-girlfriend someone I don't know the tree August said that. She killed herself. Another person saying that she is in a mental institution when no matter what the thing is to me and to others, it's a little fishy. How you know two girls in his life. Scene to have gone like not say, August has gone crazy. But I just it just some something clicked in their head, where their dislike I'm so done with this. You know, is that make sense? Join the days of follow porn people. Keep telling us the same thing that Kevin's ex with more than one x ended up dead or institutionalized with other details, sketchy inconsistent. And I wondered that just porn set. Gossip his porn agent, Derek. Hey, the end of a bad phone line. Thank me for saying this. But so evident guided mother in his side price Lewis. I mean I realize so spacious why. The second time Kevin's pot, who's on his notebook colony of Kevin's, you'll she Obayashi I'd can remember it wasn't a wifi. He had a one or two, grow friend. I think they kill themselves. His porn director Akzo Brune. He had a girlfriend her name was unto Bryce who died of an overdose a few years ago. He was also married to Shah's Suhari, who's a performance from Pakistan, and from what I understand. She's, you know, because she disappeared all of a sudden, from the business in front of what I understand that she's in a mental institution for the next couple of months. We distance ourselves some Kevin while we spend some time sifting through these rumors. And this is what we find in two thousand and nine Kevin was engaged to the pull and performer hunts of Bryce, they split up in twenty ten and she died. In twenty eleven not of suicide, but an accidental overdose of methamphetamine an ethanol that same year Kevin my with the porn performer chassis. Sahara, it proves much harder to work out. What happened to shows Lia? She's long gone from the industry must people don't remember her at all. But we've managed to find some old audio of her from twenty twelve was your name Shans? Yes. She's being interviewed by the poll director Pierre Woodman. So you already in the industry. Yes, I am. I just joined us October after graduating, good eating less you and completed anthropology in communication studies. The women's studies, minor. This is important as a custom coach into the director into the performer on camera. And then they have sex, so you just for period or even to stay stadium industry. I gave it great. And this is wanting to do it by and as an anthropologist. It's quite fascinating knowledge, the work, fine. But it's also intellectually stimulating. Twenty six twenty six you will commercial that a union sway. You know. Yeah, I can stand in Saudi Arabia, where casino, another Beaune. And it's quite a controversy when the news broke out of the family, but, you know, I'm gonna dull and after they got over the initial shock its initial shook the area place. They place you know, from family. I can imagine you shows he talks a lot in the interview about upbringing Kevin your money. Yeah. I just I met my husband, my second day in LA. He took pictures of me naked. So you can't just have this world, romance and eloped and very lucky. So, yeah, he's super call. See about it. Are you? She's a fit you. That's a good question. Might true. Passion is an ethnographic researching writing. And that's really what I wanna do. When my thirties of my life. Are you making Kuku? I can't cook. That's the moment from the interview that stays with the most shows, he has just told Pia that she wants to get into ethnographic research, and he responded by asking her if she can cook in some ways the porn, in world is a good workplace for women. The paid a lot more than the men, some women into the world, and they have a great time on their own terms and nothing bad happens. But then he get hints like that, that the old misogynous alive and well. Nobody remembers much about chassis Suhari that happens in pulled people come and go so fast when they've done that. Even chassis is old agent. Derek? Hey has trouble. Picturing her. Do you remember? But if you all the questions about, what would we be able to? Why did you ask me back and why relevant to this object here? It's, it's relevant because she was an early partner think wife of Kevin Moore. She seemed to have left the industry, very mysterious lamb. We're trying to work out why that is. The. Even more, I guess I hung evaluate. But I've seen her fat now. I've become preoccupied with trying to find chassis Sahara, but it fails impossible, we know poor name and her necessity and thought that she was institutionalized, but nothing else, we do manage to find one full Napoleon person who members chassis little. He's Yoshiko by had he works with Kevin for years at the production company evil angel Yoshi lives in a bungalow home deepen the valley. He worked at evil angel for nine years. There were good years. He says he standup comedy at night in the LA clubs and we're on the production of porn DVD's during the day, but then evil angel fired him. I know I'm a very difficult person so point with such a perfect environment because they're standing for employers putting low, but I did my job Yoshi job had been to put the Chuck two points on the DVD's. She took her clothes up. That's one chapter a blowjob another chapter. So in. In Hollywood movie. Have you moved one chapter another? My job is to put a Trump to point where it's easier for the guys to masturbate. And because I stand up and I had a free exits porn. I used to deliver porn tonight show. I had a friend that word potential, and they'll talk to Seth Rogan a set will mention of handily like, all of porn, the contact me bring parts of porn for them. I went to tonight show like a couple of times a week after the work there. So I just walked in, because I was giving porno away the tonight show, why we said, okay? So what happened was. Kevin moore. He was one of the director of we've waned Joe. He saw Instagram picture of me with a secure Cup other porn star Russell, Peter show. So he said, well, what can you give me a ticket to see Russell? And at the time I find out his wife, Schanzer, chassis Esa, Hari, does it. So I took turns a hey came and told me that you wanna go see recipes, let me what not tickets. And always get people tickets all the time. So dot NY, I got a text from Kevin. He was very upset. I contacted his wife so his assumption was I'm getting her tickets for her. So that recipe Peterka fucker that was his sumptious from the whole thing, which is a laughable because Russell makes twenty five million dollars a year. You know, he doesn't need my help to get girls there. You know. So, so he made a big deal out of it. And I think within couple of days, I got fired from job. So he did with contact her directly about the tickets instead of going through him. That was situation. Yeah. This was a travel maker. You know, always speak, my mind and in like that. So they were looking for reason to fire me. Do you know what happened to shows the hurry? No. I mean I heard that she got out at business eventually I haven't seen her stuff in longtime now that you're out of the industry. How do you make money? I do stand up in medical testing stuff. Can I ask about the medical testing what, what, what? What, what, what is it in tail, they always look for Japanese people for medical testing? We metabolize medication better than all the other races. We get sometime locked up or forty days between twelve to fifteen thousand dollars and yeah. So I've been doing whenever I run out of money to d- do, in fact, get any side effects. I haven't I haven't had side effect, except my shit, turn to green for like a month, but hardest parts APD food and no coffee and caffeine. And you can't leave, but anything like Kevin hadn't got me fired. I wouldn't be sitting here in this locked room with caffeine withdrawal, and green ship. You're absolutely right. A couple of weeks after I interview, Yoshi context us again. He says it's going to be a New York, and he has something that he wants to show us. So can I open and lease. Okay. Turns up holding a giant poster board wrapped in Brown paper. This is a very complicated. Vote for live lie arrows looks at the kind of charge that you might find in a police incident room instead of a crime syndicate so pictures of porn people with Kevin in the Middle East photograph is connected by a complicated system of arrows and the dots. These are the people Yoshi says who have grown him in porn. It's kind of like when you watch like shows like wire, it's hard to keep track game of thrones like who's, which characters that I just recognized their face. So I could their picture their name how they're connected each other. And if I disliked him, I definitely there scumbag, or whatever and. General information? So it's like a cut of retribution moved board. Yeah. Of Mike Yoshi says he's been waiting years for someone to quote take Kevin more down. He keeps pointing at different photographs and saying things like if we're going to get him, we need to talk to this person. He says he made a chart just like this one years ago, right after Kevin got him fired, because he wanted to keep track of the people who had wronged him. But he said that, that chart was quote to anti semitic. And so he made us this new one. Join the weeks following, as we continue to check everything we can about the events surrounding August. Steph mysteries of Kevin's post one thing becomes clear pawn can be a ferocious run. Khris tribal business has Kevin working to bring Jessica Drake down Yoshi trying to be Kevin down. Mahameed been told yet, but axel Braun. Media. The night Kevin made his speech at the awards. An Ulta -cation occurred between him and the famous porn director Akzo Brin now AXA wants to meet leaner and me. His chosen strange location, the parking lot of tucked away hotel, the Sheraton hotel in Gora hills. Deepen the valley. Well, I wouldn't call out occasionally, this is what happened after the awards were over writing the little corridor, Kevin Morris than there with his arm crossed. And Jessica goes, I think that maybe we should just go out the other way. And unlike why just walk out. So I know I start walking start eyeballing him and his point in a me like later is I told is, like making faces appointed me and that I'm like, gypsum. They say to me, you wanna say something to my face. I you talking to me, Kevin. You know, don't wanna. Why don't wanna let him talk shit about meet, what Axo means cabinet made accusations against him to in his statement, a few months before August. I'd she'd been involved in a labor dispute against so locust won't off one about so sets because it was boiling hot and grueling shed Joel, Kevin alleged. In his statement. The Jessica bullied August is revenge for this because Jessica, an Akzo both work for what could pictures, -cation only lasted a moment, who is pretty minor. I wouldn't have mentioned it accept what happened next. There was a result of all of this decided to start digging around to say. Yeah. If Kevin story about August's suicide held up scrutiny correct, correct. You know, we, we have a saying in though, it's pretty funny. I don't know if it translates. Well, they said, no, no matter how are hard. Somebody tries. To bear their shit under snow. Eventually the sun will come out and snow amount. So, so I feel about this. Waiting for the snow to melt. You're just and just trying to turn up the heat so that. Else faster. You know, something I want to be doing. But if you drag me into this story and you try to punch a finger and me, I'm gonna punt the finger, right back. Look, there are so many inconsistencies in his story, as success this, he has a document in his hand is the medical examiner's report into August Steph, the main inconsistency that he's talking about relates to something that he spotted in this report that involves the surprising location. He wants to meet us today. So when sitting in a car outside the Sheraton hotel in a part of the valley code what's it called Agoura hills hills? When Kevin told us the story of the nights that August went missing. He never mentioned anything about a hotel, but you got hold of the coroner's report. Drove to the hydro Ventura and went and requested that for investigation report. In his statement, the one that he called the whole truth e- said that you know what six o'clock after? I mean is wife left, and then he couldn't get hold of her. And then he was roaming the streets looking for her all night. The actual words kept Houston, his statements were I spent the night driving around trying to find her and having no idea what she could be. This is in the coroner's report, quote on December the fifth twenty seventeen to poke silently eight AM. I spoke to the deceased husband, his room Sheraton hotel, Nicole rails case. So your wife is missing, and you decide to go and check into the Sheraton. He said to the coroner that the reason why he checked into the show was because there'd been a power outage. It is home. I. I mean, I think that, that's what everybody does soon as the lights go off. I mean, the first thing you do is to share tone and get a room, right? Because I mean, there's no candles, or flashlights. Course Kevin admitting the show. Tune might be nothing have just left it out, because he didn't think it was important enough to mention maybe the show. Tune isn't nothing. Not least because it's nowhere near Kevin August's home in Camarillo. It's eighteen miles away. And has nothing when I interviewed Kevin he portrayed their relationship as devoted we hogs and said, I love you to each other, and she walked out that door disappeared. The Mercedes Carreira am Hicks of something different to say, a lot of us had been aware the relationship was very much on the rocks. And there was there's great age disparity between Kevin and August. So I think a lot of us were not surprised by this because it's not unusual to see beautiful young women marry older men for some sort of benefit privilege, citizenship, or placement in an industry, what have you? But usually there's a point where like that girl kind of matures out of this on JD made in hood and into like a woman architect, when she does that she takes a look around says, we'll make it stand on my own feet. And that's usually when you see those relationships dissolve, and so it seemed like that was happening at that around that time. And so that was another question. Mark some of us who are older women kind of looked at it and said, well, it's an interesting time for a girl to, to pass. She asked Kevin for a divorce. She told me she did not wanna be with him. And there was another guy that she was seeing. How you doing? I'm good. Thank you. I just wanna make sure that the none of you know, I don't wanna hurt anyone by doing this. So I'm trying to be a cool about it as like I'm hoping in return, you will be as well. This is the man orchestra saying in the months leading up to her death. A co him, Jason she was really probably one of we'd est soul, I've ever known just almost like a little kid. Very bubbly and happy to Kevin not about you. Well, yeah. Because August and I plan on we were gonna start dating and she went home to, to talk to him and tells him everything about me and us. And, and then she kinda got cold feet and, and changed. Her mind about that coach seats for what reason she was really afraid that I would end up leaving her later for somebody else. I don't know where she concert that up their mind, but she's just not, you'll end up leaving me high and dry and I don't want that to happen. I can't handle that. So I'm just going to not do this. You don't wanna take somebody like me and. You know that they someone like me, they're meaning what's her words were I get crazy? And you, you don't want to date somebody like me. That's why August left Jason. He says, but I find out later something he leaves out of the story. He's married, also forty five two years old been Kevin twenty two years older than August shoes with this one guy, and she's like, I'm hanging out with this guy in Vegas, and I really liked him. And, you know, I think this might be something and I was like what about Kevin? And she's like Kevin mistreats me, and I liked this guy a lot. And she says she spent some time with them. And then a few days later, she started freaking out saying, all the guys, the same guy turns out this guy's married has kids. Like our Mercedes, you're kinda married to, you know, and then she just went off on how much she hated her marriage this. So spent the James he's token to me from the street? In the tiny, Canadian town of. Hinton berta. What I decided before I stepped onto the station today that if I'm gonna come here and talk about some of the things I'm either all or nothing. So I'm all in, because there's no point in telling you guys off story. Last days of August was written by may. Jon Ronson is produced by Lena sees the music is by Joel Ronson. The sound engineer is post Schneider, thanks to Colin Campbell. Jonathan Kurland Vanessa Harris Rozo, Jose Vado Elaine rumps, and David Bloom. If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal urges or idea Sion, he can phone. 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John & Ken Show Hour 1 (01/29)

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31:00 min | 2 months ago

John & Ken Show Hour 1 (01/29)

"Kfi am six forty. The john and ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou. John will be along shortly. Doing one of those dopey political. I'm here. I just put my headphones told me forty five minutes. He's here okay. There we you wouldn't glory allred. What's exciting new no lisa bloom. She's laurie daughter was only off by one genetic line. That's right so we just finished listening minute go The issue is on fox. Eleven with alex michelson tonight at ten thirty. She should watch that. I'll be on him. And the issue is the issue is the vaccination botch the recall the impeachment. It let me guess. Lisa bloom defended. Newsom defended the vaccination rollout. No we were in harmony on the vaccination out being faster okay. I thought the idea was conflicting opposing. All there is no constituency for praising the vaccine role at excuses. Yeah always find a hack to come on and make an excuse. Well apparently they could be doing their best. The healthcare systems overwhelmed right now. Our frontline workers are taxed some stuff. Yeah but don't nobody's believing though so nobody's trying to sell it. Did she get her shot. I don't know how old enough to i. I was going to switch here. Because i was going to start with something else because i thought you were there. Nobody told me you weren't going to be there. Only because this is funny. And i wanted to share it. I forwarded you from a listener. You click the link and it is a facebook video. How to do an swab test. No yes and it's apparently a chinese doctor demonstrating how to conduct a covid. Nineteen test and yes. He pulls down the man's pajamas a- and he sticks a swab. in there. uh-huh it is a mannequin. Oh whether it's a. It's an anatomically correct mannequin. The house when you look at the rear portion where the test is being done. You see something dangling apparent dangling. Is that right. Yeah he should look at it when you get a chance. It's pretty funny. But as i told you from what i read. It is the long swab right. You have to push any far in and you have to. Oh you have to swirl it around. Oh i thought you would look at that and compare that to your average prostate. We you know what i'd rather get. Covid have some weirdo doctor. Put a long. Stick up my rear end. And swirl it now that's for those but the chinese are really concerned about another wave of covid nineteen in that country and or whatever it is and they've decided that the the anal swab test is more accurate to really determine if somebody is infected and they're to do it on quarantine people people that they already suspect could have been exposed to the virus. You know this is. This is what happens when you try to achieve perfection. This current testing is good enough. We found plenty of virus-victims. There's no shortage. I don't think there's many false negatives out there maybe it's only ninety nine percent success rate. We we could live with that. You know a few people end up getting the virus anyway. Oh well yeah i. It's a rounding error. Statistically have read i don't really know what the percentage is on false negatives are they just say that the rapid test. You have a better chance of a false negative. But they're probably both low. You probably right. There's there's no reason for this. If the original test was fifty fifty. I would understand but You got to be absolutely sure you don't. That's that's absolutely false. There's no better expression than an anal swab badly. Nays creepy enough. You know what to do is video on a real person. So that people a the the The anatomically correct doll isn't gonna complain. I wanna say over the table. There i want. I want to see how a grown man reacts today and over a forty year old dockworker. Stick that in there. Let me see what he does now. Onto the recall. Lots of news today from the recall universe. The national union of healthcare workers is rolled out a campaign asking its thousands of members to sign a petition opposing. The recall effort. It's kind of weird. And what are you gonna do with this petition. I don't know this is one of the healthcare groups is committed to getting single payer health care in the state but then come up much. Has it by the well. Wait a second after vaccine rollout. Who's turning over healthcare to government. I guess that would be a starter. I think case closed on that. I don't think yes. See i in fact. One of the listeners brought that up they said they can't even get a vaccine to people's arms it would take over the healthcare system. They've got to be kidding me to mention that last week somebody wrote that. Yeah that's a good point. That's right what are we have. We have long lines of elderly. Who are in their pants right now. There's your government healthcare system. So i think. I think that idea to be buried six feet under for good. This means that get nervous though. 'cause they're looking for help. They're looking for players to try to fight off the recall. They've even gone a few legislators democrats who are using the recall word. But they're tweeting out things. Like i want no one else leading the state. Then gavin newsom. Really woman named laura friedman. He thinks credit assembly me thinks she's really saying that at home to her family. I honestly do believe any of these public statements. They walk around saying this is the best guy for the job. Mark my words. No one could do a better job does. Don't you think every politician is sacramento. Is thinking you know what. I could have done a better job on this roll out. The daily beast is the latest to weigh in on the new recall. They put out a story this morning. California's vaccine chaos fuels pushed the recall governor newsom and we started talking about this the event that propelled iden was the french laundry dinner. Yes but this is telling me that this horrific vaccine program is going to bring even more people to the recall table. That's what i'm guessing. Oh i think this is. This is the clincher to get on the ballot. Now thinking back to the gray davis recall and i remember in stages i felt my confidence increasing that it was gonna make the ballot and i remember when he tripled the car tax in the middle of this remember. He tripled the car tax. Now that was the death knell. Oh and he gave schwarzenegger the greatest issue to run on schwarzenegger said i'll cut the car tax by two thirds as soon as i take office and remember he was holding rallies where they were. They were sledge. Hammering a automobiles. Yeah or they were crushing them. In some way. I forget exactly how i think. We went to one of those big gap and fort so when he did that. I thought of with there. You go that that that. That's the that's the final nail. It doesn't mean going to win or lose but it means that's gonna get you signatures here. Why a guy would raise the car tax at of all things things when you're being threatened with a recall is insanity and i think that newsom could have saved himself with a great vaccine rollout but it was the biggest bust of his whole career which is saying something in the article says since october newsom has touted his administration's readiness to vaccinate the state's forty million residents assuring that hope is on the horizon. Any vowed california would lead the nation with a fair efficient system of delivering vaccines. There's a campaign. Commercial sites are complaining because vaccines are rolling out slow and now there's a complaint that it's not going to the lower income neighborhoods minority people as fast rivers getting out. There is not going out there. Equitably the whole state i mean. we've we've got the triple crown of failure on on this virus front. We ended up with the worst lockdown in la county. We ended up with the worst rate of infection. And then ten other counties had to suffer remember. He created a ten county super-region that got severely shut down all because of la county right so we had. We had the worst virus spread in the country. We had the biggest lockdown. And now we've got the worst vaccine rollout so go ahead you go make the argument for gavin newsom the rest of his term or another term. I mean is there any random democrat that you could pick off the street who would do a worse job. How could you do a worse job. we're fifth. We were fiftieth with vaccines. We're fiftieth or actually i for the rate of spread. we're a number one in a lockdown restrictions. How could you do worse. Apparently up and down this day particularly since they opened it to sixty five and older people are just jamming any health. Care place they can and saying. Hey i was told. I can get a vaccine of over. Sixty five is like a. We don't have it. You can't have the appointments and then you look at At the new sites and two two and a half million vaccines are still on the shelf. And nobody can explain. Why i i don't know i mean there's always going to be partisans and there's nothing you can do those people but i think if you're honest l- if you're honest there's no argument to make for newsom and no article on the recall would be complete without a quote from gray davis and there's one in here and it's the same one. He's got more crises on his plate than any previous governor. People are upset. They need to accelerate the administration of the vaccines that has to be their number one priority. Great thanks craig when there's crises. That's when you want the governor to perform well anybody could blow a f- up crises. Okay we could all do that. But the whole idea is he's the governor. He supposed to be better than your average politician. That's why he's not an assemblyman or a county supervisor. We made him the governor. He's supposed to be good at. This is not when we come back. You have a shot at a thousand dollars again. We've got another keyword for tech students if he can win somebody more coming up john and ken. Kfi john and ken show john and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty go texts to win money now for your chance at a thousand bucks text. Nationwide keyword game g. m. e. two hundred two hundred. You'll get a confirmation text and info standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's game two hundred two hundred when phone rings answer. It could be the money even if you don't recognize the number like coming from the five one three area code next chance to win next hour at about three twenty new keyword. We're talking about the Newsom recall and another development where How do i put this. I think he's actually right. We have the audio yesterday afternoon. He was on a conference call with the california association of school administrators. And this ludicrous demand. That all the teachers have to be vaccinated before this or returned to the classroom. There was talk even here in la county that an elementary school students might return as soon as a few weeks from now to the classroom. The cdc is saying all their studies so far reveal certainly in the lower grades there is minimal risk of covid nineteen transmission but the teachers unions have been blocking any efforts to get kids back in the classroom and their latest thing is not until vaccinated well. You combine that with california's horrible botched up vaccine rollout which even i guess you're going to hear newsom admit is so poor then. I'm going to return to the classroom anytime soon. Let's listen to part of what he had to say. Let me just be as candidates. Possibly can and forgive me and i appreciate you were saying. Sometimes you don't like listen to me because you don't want to hear what i'm saying. This is my humble opinion. And it's based upon evidence and some facts that have been presented in are in evidence you saw just today johnson johnson in the single dose. Expect one hundred million united states in june. Jim you heard. The president united states put out to his credit very transparent national vaccination plan that showed with the next three weeks states like california received. Sixteen percent sixteen one six percent. More vaccines Over the next three weeks than we've been receiving you start doing the math in terms of getting everybody vaccinated based upon what we know today again. It could radically change in the next few months. If everybody has to be vaccinated we might as well. Just tell people the truth there will be no in person. Instruction the state of california. Just tell them the truth. I mean i can't. I don't mislead people based upon the facts today. That are in evidence. Now give radically changed. But after johnson johnson came out. That was what i was really hoping we can pull forward that june date. But they're saying june again. Maybe it's may april but it still getting late in the school year and so vaccinations is the absolute. Then you know maybe maybe we should be having a different conversation with people of the state of california and parents gooding myself my wife many others areas. But he's right he he's he's speaking a more coherently and i've ever heard him there. I thought so too. He wasn't relying on his much jargon and he sounded a little more humid much mood. Yeah yeah it's relaxed these recalls recalls really shook him because he's out of his robot. Yeah i know maybe maybe somebody got to him and say hey. If we wait for the perfect we might as well. Just pack it up on us. We're not going to open this year. There's no other view you can have the teachers see. I felt for thirty years that the teachers union the last thing they care about the children. They're the most narcissistic power-hungry group i've ever seen in my life and there but they carry the shield groups you're supposed to never criticize and it's cops firemen and teachers and the teachers do not deserve that shield because what they've done this year There's not a word that strong enough to describe it. Abomination would be a good start. I was going around online I think it was virginia. Father just called him a bunch of cowards. Oh we're going to play that next clip we do. We're gonna play that right. Okay there it is. I didn't even say it. But and he's and he's absolutely right to their punch. You cowards okay. There are so many people who dealing with a much greater virus risk than the teachers will ever deal with and you can start with all the healthcare workers and other them have sat out. Have they none of them. And then you have the people who are mixing with the public every day and can't afford to go home right you can't you can't work. The grocery store check in counter from home so the grocery workers have to show up and the restaurant people show up when they're allowed to in fact all the people in in service industry industries and then all the people work in crowded factories. So they all show up but the teachers come up with these fraudulent zoom system. They come up with fancy terms. Oh its distance learning no. It's it's bullcrap is what it is. It's garbage learning and everybody knows as they knew it on day one all the teachers in the first week. This is a failure especially for the younger kids. They pushed it anyway. And you know what fires running the state. I'd be telling all the school administrators open this open the doors. Any teachers want to teach fine. The rest of your fired and we'll take substitutes. We'll take Trainees we'll take anybody off street because anything is better than nothing and anybody who doesn't show up for work you're fired you take us to court. Take us to court. We're not letting in the school ever again when come back. We'll play this fired up. Virginia father who was yelling at the school board about get these schools open. What's wrong with you more coming up. John and ken. Kfi johnny show. John kobylt ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. All right well de outdoor dining return today in la county and a lot of places we will talk about it with steve gregory after the news at three o'clock. But here's a hint not. He can't watch tv when you're sitting there eating among the new requirements. I guess i suppose that's a joke. That's it's real people would hang out. Watch bogging for hours and drink and breathe on each other. It's real no no they think. That's going to cause a gathering. It's even funnier that it isn't a joke then no tv. I know when. I saw the headline this morning. I'm like that'd be no. It's not on tv then. Opening what not. What many in the health department thought of that. They think that'll make you hang out longer and drink. You're going to watch the lakers boyer this. What's the super bowl afternoon. So if you think you're going to go to an outdoor dining bar or whatever you wanna call it and the super bowl they will supposedly not. That's what it's for. I think it's just telling county though ed. Yeah you could stream all this stuff on the phone. Anyway you could but some people like the big screen and well. It's not gonna stop them from hanging out and drinking and watching the game. Probably not i. What steve tell you who came up with that idea. Oh they just don't stop. The chest won't admit defeat right so it's not just in california where parents are anxious. Kids return to classrooms in fact and other states. The noises even louder of course. There are kids in classrooms in some places in the country and not in others in a school district in virginia. This is loudon county this This video went viral. It's a dad who got pretty worked up at the school board. He comes in there wearing his jacket. Little knit cap with peace wearing a mask but he's pointing fingers and we're gonna play the audio. You're going to hear what he has to say. His name is brandon mission. And let's listen. You should all be fired from day jobs because if your employers knew that you are more inefficient than than the dnb. You would be replaced in a heartbeat. Just finished a conference call. Because i'm having a multitask be here to to address you guys. You're bunch of cowards hiding behind our children as an excuse for keeping schools close. You think you're some sort of martyrs because of the decisions you're making win. The statistics do not lie that the vast majority of the population is not at risk from this virus. The garbage workers who pick up my freaking trash lives every day more than anyone in the school system figuring out or get off the podium because you know what people like me and ally of other people out there who will gladly take your seat in figured out is not a high bar. Raise the ball. I'm gonna give staff an opportunity to make sure that Support him in microphone. Been what your time is finished. Can you please leave shooters. Deputies got involved. Can i ask the deputy to please make sure that gentleman had leaves the room. There you go. That's what you're dealing with here. And like the deputy to make sure the gentleman leaves the board room and please make sure the microphone in the podium. Mclean mine in the hallway. Hear me the school board welcomes the public comment. It's very important to remember the decorum of this room when you come in. We understand corporations are high. But we ask that you respect the time when your time is up to please yield the floor to the next speaker. Thank you get from another guy. Peter livingston said how many more children have to fail. These schools open safely. Follow the cdc guideline while you're at it work to improve the trash fire. That is distance learning that. The biggest over hyped bomb. You've ever seen distance learning. Did you see newsom even complained about distance learning right game. He's got a little kids. Yeah we've got bored with it. He says his kid calls at zoom school. And it's not working. No no because he put his kids back into a private school or something that not. How come these jerks and education don't have a basic understanding on how a young child's mind works and that it doesn't have the attention span mine does not have the attention span or the focus to stare at a screen for six hours a day. Even a genius kid can't do it let alone. An average cater kit with learning disabilities. Because they don't care that woman who is giving the snippy little lecture at the cheap dozen care none of them care. People wonder why they're such a revolt going on. Everybody is headed up to here. We got lectured about science for months. That's why everything closed locked down and then the science comes out. Hey school kids really hardly even get it. And they don't spread it very much and just do the six p. and the planet plexiglass shield and the masks and teachers going to be fine now. Now now i want to sit here and eat twinkies and get really fat and i'll teach over zoom and my union will protect me. Everybody's fed up at that routine. Everybody's fed up right. Yeah honestly take any tax six random people. Let them sit on the school board. Let the be the county supervisors. What does he think that. Enjoying the cushy life at home where this sure and they wanna stretch this out to june. Because everybody's the earliest you'll get most people. Vaccinated is is june and then they got july and august off and it's been a great What eighteen month vacation. They're going to have it last spring at full pay off credited towards their pension kit. You tell when you're being conned such as zombie. They don't realize we're collectively getting ripped off by teacher's union whose members do not want to work and i'm not even blaming it on the union because the unions are the teachers. They don't care your sweet. Little teacher doesn't care as she volunteered to. Come over your house teacher at least a pot of kids in your basement. No they don't care. Stop giving him such deference. Stop it you're being had your conned figured out out. We got more coming up. John and ken kfi. Donna ken show john kobylt. Kate shambo campfire. Am six forty. why everywhere on the iheartradio app. Yeah hey we got the Moist line people coming back around today. The five o'clock hour you'll hear them. We play two segments five. Twenty five fifty. You know spent a lot of talk. I guess for the last couple of years. Thanks to the woke folks about taking down statues of usually. They're american historical figures. But i got one. That i think would surprise you. That apparently got beheaded they nunnelee tore off the top half of the head of the statue. They broke it off at the ankles. Why i think this is a bit of a surprise. Happened up in davis california in a place called central park they have their It's a statue of mahatma gandhi. Go he's no good either. You wanna hear why allegedly sure. It's a six foot three six hundred fifty pound bronze statue of peace that the nation of india gave to the city in two thousand sixteen there have been protests and outrage from seek residents and activists ever since she staple seeks right because india is split between engy into hindus. And do's and seeks. They believed that. Gandhi guilty of i ready for the genocide genocide. Racism and molestation molestation and here is where supposedly these beliefs come from in one thousand nine hundred three as a lawyer in south africa. Gandhi wrote that black people were troublesome very dirty and live like animals and although he promoted getting women into politics he regularly slept naked next to his grand niece then a teenager when he was in his seventies. He claimed he wanted to test his willpower to remain celibate. Oh well but people today would find that No har hard to batch for the statement from california. Do we doing no if he if he passed the test or not or did the poor girl get rolling over. I know it's it's his grand niece or grand uncle. He's in his seventies at this point right and he's decided got a naked teenage and he's going to test himself sexually to see v. can withhold Control his desires for his grand. Niece lays next seventy plus year old guys laying naked next to his granny's just to see if he can keep himself from yes. There was a link to an. Npr store is deeply revered but his attitudes on race and sex under that other comments pretty nasty if if if he said that. This story came out in october of two thousand nine hundred ninety wasn't aware there are questions about gone. No why because everything's a myth. There are no good people. There are no spiritual whole yours. I think the word no not all right ev- everybody's jackass privately. Everybody says stuff. Some people do stuff that is just Objectionable people walk around morally preening. About how all the myth making around certain leaders especially if they have some kind of religious spiritual stick stick going guru types which i gandhi was i. I just never buy into it whether you have evidence for me or not. I don't i don't believe it. I don't think anybody's like that. Nobody's perfect right. So if you wanna tear everybody down you can't you just have to find out what what he mutters about behind closed doors. Although in this case being naked grandy's i Yeah i'm looking at the story that. Npr did she still around. I want i don't know but it does say in one thousand nine hundred three. When he was in south africa he wrote the white people should be the predominating race and it he wrote. This black people are troublesome dirty and live like animals. How did how did that stuff. That must have always been known that he said those things right. He said indians were almost as civilized. Africans were uncivilized. Oh so he's got a lot of these europeans allies. According to remember this is nineteen o three in the world right. That's i mean that's very common sentiment. Then merican leaders talk like that too but they beheaded the statue. They were pretty worked up over this statement. They put out a after after we lobbied and residents lobby to remove gandhi statue. It seems like frustrations have come to a boiling point. Now the california seek you. The lions didn't say that they did this. We want to make. We don't condone this behavior. But there's no disputing. The gandhi represents racism anti blackness is a blatant affront to the city of davis values. Never heard any of this. But i never really cared about gandhi i. I don't know much about him. 'cause i just didn't buy into the stick that he was this Piece of saint known by by peaceful protest was no. I just find symbolic nonsense to be. You like to punch people right. If you're going to argue you might as well go all the way coming up next. We'll talk to steve gregory about the outdoor dining ban in la county being lifted and some of the new roles. Also coming up next hour. We're gonna talk to the owner of sports bar and grill in agoura hills. He's one of the two restaurants in la county sued yesterday for staying open against their orders. Let's see what he has to say coming up. John and ken show debra mark. She's got the news. Kfi am six forty.

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Stalag 17 (1953)

Classic Movie Musts

35:51 min | 1 year ago

Stalag 17 (1953)

"I'm Max Baril in. This is classic movie musts where every week we breakdown. A classic movie well looking to provide artistic insight and historical context at the very least. We'll talk about what makes these movies classics. Classic movie must releases every Friday ready to complement your weekend. Movie viewing plans. Thank you for joining me this week as we discuss stalag seventeen in fact. This film was picked by our Patriot community in our monthly movie. Poll this film was suggested by John. Kelly and you can suggest movies for our movie. Polls and that is a perk of our five dollars. Status over on patriotic and then voting in our monthly polls is a park that everyone gets to do over on Patriot. One dollar and up you get to vote in our monthly polls in help decide which movies will discuss on the show in this episode in our feature presentation we are going to talk about the politics of perception and in our buzz from the backlots segment. We've got some tales from the set but first let's get into this week's opening credits are filmed. This week is stalag seventeen. Which was directed by Billy Wilder and was released in one thousand nine hundred fifty three. Stolac Seventeen Stars William Holden and features Don Taylor auto perimeter Robert Strauss Harvey Limbic Peter Graves and Grumman on the longest night of the year. In one thousand nine hundred forty four in Nazi prisoner of War Camp Americans sergeants men Freidy and Johnson tried to escape through a tunnel but they are shot by waiting guards emerge outside the barbed wire fence. The other prisoners conclude that one of their own must have told the Germans suspicion. Falls on Sefton. An enterprising cynic who barters openly with the German guards for eggs silk stockings blankets and luxuries. He also organizes mouse races and various other. Profitable Ventures sefton tells the men it is foolish to try to escape. The soldiers go about their daily business receiving mail eating food. Washing Latrine sinks and collectively. They do their best to keep saying and defy the camps commandant. Colonel von Sure Bach. They use a clandestine radio. Smuggled FROM BARRACKS BARRACKS TO PICK UP THE BBC and War News. One German Guard Sergeant Schultz confiscates. The radio in another success. For the STU Lee Sefton bribes the guards to let him spend the day in the Russian women's barracks. The other prisoners conclude that this is his reward for having informed the Germans about the radio when he returns. He is accused of being a spy. Then von Sherbrooke takes Lieutenant James Dunbar. A temporary inmate away. Dunbar admitted to the other prisoners that he had blown up a passing German ammunition train while they were being transported to the Camp Sefton. Resents Dunbar for coming from a wealthy Boston family. The men are convinced. That sefton betrayed Dunbar. So they beat him up. And Ostracize Him Sefton. Then focuses more effort on uncovering the identity of the real spy during a fake air raid. He remains unnoticed in the evacuated barracks. And over. Here's the barracks security chief price talking with Schultz in German and divulging. The means by which Dunbar destroyed the train Sefton considered what to do if he exposes price the Germans will simply remove him in another camp killing him could expose the entire barracks to retaliatory execution on Christmas Day the men find out that the SS men are coming to take Dunbar to Berlin for his sabotage. They created a version free. Dunbar and hide him in the water tower. Nobody but Hoffy. The compound chief knows where he is the Germans despite extensive efforts are unable to find Dunbar and after von Sheer back threatens to raise the camp if necessary the men decide one of them must get Dunbar out price. Volunteers but then Sefton accuses. Him of being a SPY SEFTON. Asks Him when was Pearl? Harbor Price knows the date but Sefton quickly asked him what time he heard the news without thinking price. Answers six o'clock and that he was eating dinner the correct time in Berlin but not in Cleveland Ohio. His claimed hone town. Sefton then reaches into prices jacket pocket and extracts. The mailbox used to exchange messages with the Germans. A hollowed out. Black Chest Queen Sefton. Decides to take out himself because he likes the odds of this time and the expected reward from Dunbar's family. The men give Sefton enough time to get Dunbar out of the water tower above one of the latrines then throw price out into the yard with tin cans tied to his legs. The ruse works price is killed in a hail of bullets creating a diversion. That allows Sefton and Dunbar to cut through the barbed wire and escape stalag seventeen had a budget of one point. Six six million dollars and it ultimately brought in ten million at the box office adjusted for inflation. That's a budget of just over sixteen million and a box office hall of ninety six million stalag seventeen was nominated for three Academy Awards winning one. It was nominated for best supporting actor for Robert Strauss best director. Billy Wilder and William Holden won the award for best actor. Now I like these odds because it's time for our feature presentation in case you didn't already know. Classic movie must is supported by listeners. Like you over at Patriae on Dot com slash classic movie musts. I think we offer a pretty good deal over there for one dollar per month. You get our weekly podcast. Classic Movie Must Double Feature which is just like our normal show but for more recent movies that I believe are destined to be thought of as classics. You also get to listen to our monthly show. Max's movie musts where Patriots Supporters. Right in with topic and I give my top five films for all of the listener supplied topics. So between those two shows you're getting at least five episodes every month for just one dollar. That's just twenty cents an episode as I said. I think it's a pretty good deal so for as little as twelve dollars per year you can help keep classic movie musk's running and get a lot more. Classic movie must content in your podcast feed. You can get your exclusive access to Max's movie. Must and classic movie must double feature as well as reading about our various other perks like voting our monthly polls over at Patriotair Dot com slash classic. Movie thank you so much for your consideration. Informal Billy Wilder Films Fall into two large groups. Those narrated largely in flashback which includes not only double indemnity and sunset boulevard but also stalag seventeen the last weekend and the private life of Sherlock Holmes and those whose narration is chronologically straightforward generally speaking. The flashback films tend to bear down on a sense of loss a sense of the past and they tend in generic terms to be tragedies of romantic obsession and fables of failure which council a certain accommodation to the facts of life. Indeed wilders most powerful metaphor for Obsession Nazism is used more frequently in straightforward narratives like five graves to Cairo a foreign affair and one two three more so than in his flashback films. This probably results from the fact that first person narrative almost always requires or generates some sympathy for the narrator and it seems unlikely that a German emigre like billy wilder could be that sympathetic towards national socialism. Stalag seventeen is interesting then in that. It combines the fascist metaphor and the flashback structure to be sure the two seem literally at odds the character who narrates the flashback is an American. Pow and the tail he tells involves the conflict between POW's and their German captors but as the narrative progresses and as it becomes clear that there must be a collaborator or a spy among the prisoners. We come to see that the narrators behavior the narrator as a character within his own story and indeed the behavior of all the American. Pow's takes on a decidedly fascist aspect and becomes all the more fascist as Nazis escalate their efforts to undermine prisoner morale immediately. Then a simple good guy bad guy reading of stalag seventeen is undercut indeed the narrator cookie himself rejects Romanticism. Or at least he attempts to reject it in the film's voice over prologue as is generally the case in wilder flashback. Films the prologue and its importance take on additional and sometimes shifting meanings throughout the course of the film and we will probably have occasion to return to cookies opening remarks later in the episode but the general thrust of cookies first person account his condemnation of Hollywood heroics encourages a realistic reading of Stolac. Seventeen in visual terms. Such a reading is clearly justified. The FILM IS BY TURNS. Drab foreboding and harsh taking full if depressing advantage of the black and white spectrum and of our tendency to read black and white as denoting a documentary. Sort of reality. There are a few long shots and those serve or narrowly to emphasize the film's sense of enclosure. The camp is hunkered down in a barren forest beneath a leaden slate. Gray sky surrounded by mountains that seem inert without ever seeming majestic they exist but only as one more barrier between the prisoners and freedom for the most part however the film is shot within the camp we see the muddy snow patched yard for example and within Barrick. Four we see the rough hewn bunks stacked one atop the other the camera setups accordingly or determined by the same physical constraints that delimit prisoner activity. And there seems little room for heroics a similar league forceful sense of realism bordering at times on cynicism seems to motivate the film's Central Character Sefton entrepreneur in residence at stalag seventeen who recalls in his arrogance and his apparent capacity for selfishness and his anger. The Joe Gillis character of course also played by Holden in Sunset Boulevard. Both men we should remark are washouts. Joe From Hollywood Sefton. From flight school both men. Furthermore are set against more authoritative has been so like X. Film Star Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard and ex cavalry officer. Now turned bitterly sarcastic. Camp Commandant Colonel. Von sure back installed log seventeen and there is a tendency with both films to perceive. The conflict of has been with what would have been as expressing wilder sense of nihilism. Sefton selfishness expresses itself not through murder though he will be accused of collaborating in the murder of men frady and Johnson but through dedication to private property and private enterprise sefton status as the camps most well heeled prisoner is established in the opening sequence while men frady Johnson make their way through the tunnel. Sefton bets against their success not we should note for motives of greed alone. It is clear when cookie obediently opened. Sifton's footlocker to get sufficient cigarettes to cover the bats that Stephan lacks for nothing but as a means of countering the facile optimism expressed by the other prisoners. And yet it is possible to interpret sefton. Irritation here as expressing an opportunistic sort of cynicism. That is he may not need cigarettes but winning them serves to reinforce sefton sense of superiority indeed. Such an interpretation gained strength the next morning after roll. Call when Sefton cooks himself a hard to come by egg for breakfast is envious barracks mates Razz Sefton as he prepares to eat his meal and Stephan brings the issue out in the open. Saying this is everybody for himself. Dog Eat dog. All of which would seem to support taker versus taken reading of Stolac. Seventeen there are those characters who win. Who get what they want. Regardless of the consequences to others and there are those who get taken who lose because they are not sharp enough or self centered enough to get their share but such a reading does not hold up and is not supported by the evidence in the film to begin with the POW's cannot be described as a gang of heartless thugs despite the fact that they beat seft to a bloody pulp after convincing themselves. That he is the collaborator as the camps most proficient traitor he is the most logical candidate he could trade information as easily as silk stockings or cameras as a group however the prisoners generally demonstrate a remarkable spirit. Everyone may be trading as sefton points out but such trading is only incidental. The primary activity and concern of the STOLID. Seventeen prisoners is the maintenance of their sanity equilibrium the maintenance in other words of their humanity despite their dehumanizing circumstances witness there spontaneous humor their concern for crazy joey witnessed the teamwork involved in their escape attempts and particularly the teamwork required to snatch lieutenant Dunbar from the SS before the S can get dunbar out of the camp. It is important to keep in mind for more. Just who started the war? Ford is the difference between initiating and improvising which served to define the moral issue in stalag seventeen like Hitler. Von Share back asserts his own personality over and above the common good carried to the Nazi extreme. This sort of self assertion at the expense of human life is clearly to be rejected. The prisoners by contrast sefton included harbor. No such ambitions as individuals they are occupied not by dreams of conquest but by thoughts of home hence the importance of male call and of the Christmas tree of their pinups and of their homemade radio and as a group they struggle to continue their impoverished but purposeful opposition to the oppressive and inhumane Nazi regime. Thus cookies complaint in the prologue that the movies only celebrate heroism of flying leather necks is not a condemnation of heroics per se on the contrary cookie and his mates long for the opportunity to take significant action even if it means throwing rocks at low flying German aircraft indeed it is only when their efforts to counter von share backs lust for perfection are frustrated for example when share. Bach Arrest Lieutenant Dunbar for sabotage that they settle on Sefton as their scapegoat. Put Another Way Stolac. Seventeen pits a jack-booted ringmaster and his sideshow henchman against a crew of children and Comedians. Indeed much is made of the clown metaphor which serves to embody the democratic and existential spirit of improvisation. Both slapstick like Harry an animal painting their way to the women's campground and serious Lieutenant Dunbar blowing up a German munitions train with a Jerry rigged cigarette and matchbook time bomb. It is important to remark then that the camps biggest clown the man who makes the most significant single contribution to the maintenance of the prisoner morale even before he uncovers the collaborator in their midst is Sefton. Everyone of his schemes for self enrichment serves to ease the burden of imprisonment. His rat races. His killer diller. Still his peep show all function to make prison life. More bearable for Sefton. Mates in other words. Sefton does not profit at the expense of anyone else and this is in contrast to share back who's advancement is predicated on maintaining an oppressive and dehumanizing prison. Camp Status Quo Sefton. The serves a valuable social function in stalag seventeen. And this would be true even worse epton genuinely to believe in every man for himself yet it is clear from the film's opening moments. That Sefton is deeply and genuinely concerned for his fellow prisoners. His ridicule of the first escape attempt for example is founded on fear for its success. Not Merely a desire to be contentious as he puts it to freight and Johnson. Just one question. Did you calculate the risk? And he implies there by that such attempts under the circumstances senselessly endanger human life. He has proved accurate in his assessment of the situation Manfredi and Johnson die but sefton takes little satisfaction and being so vindicated on the contrary when the machine gun bursts cut through the silence sefton responds by tossing his cigar down in disgust. He would rather have lost the bet and likewise the next day when the coffins bearing the bodies of men Frady Johnson are carded. Out of Camp Sefton. Makes a similar gesture angrily smashing his cigar out against the wash house wall. But in both instances as in many others. Sefton fellow prisoners are too caught up in their own. Outrage TO RECOGNIZE SEFTON. Real motives yet. The pattern of behavior is completely consistent for those who have the is to see it when push comes to shove whenever it really matters Sefton. Sides with the children and the clowns hence his kindness to crazy joey. His many rackets his refusal to inform against those who beat him up his concern. That the real collaborator price a German plant. Who is ironically the barracks security officer be appropriately dealt with merely blowing? His cover will only get price transferred to another camp where he could endanger additional allied. Lives and hence ultimately sefton decision to escape with Lieutenant Dunbar like many. A wilder CYNIC SEFTON. Is a romantic at heart. Whose cynical facade must be understood as a defense against the world that does not match up to his romantic expectations. Not however that Sefton. Cynicism is only skin deep despite the fact that his fellow prisoners. Give him reason. Enough to become a collaborator. Furthermore Sefton Romanticism and his realism are not contradictory or mutually exclusive unlike von Share Bach and price. Indeed unlike the other prisoners Sefton never lets his romanticism. Overcome his caution Sifton's insistence on calculating the risk is perfectly consistent with his willingness to act. He simply refuses to act foolishly refuses to act like a conventional war hero. It is price who plays that role and thus sefton decision to take Dunbar. Out of the camp does represent a change of heart. It is this situation that has changed and it has changed significantly for one thing. It is far more risky for Dunbar to stay in the camp than to escape risky for all the prisoners. Who collaborated in the abduction? Not just for Dunbar himself. Furthermore for the first time in the film the escaped can go forward without fear of an informer price has been exposed and finally there is the fact. That sefton has a diversion to cover his escape. Price will be thrown into the campground with cans tied to his legs. The Germans we'll have someone other than Sefton and Dunbar tissue that and it is the issue of death that Lens. The film's conclusion a sense of moral force. Wilders Meson Sen which alternates long shots of price caught in the weather. Searchlights WITH TIGHT. Medium shots emphasizing. The agony of his death does not allow the emotional satisfaction of easy vengeance. Death is a horrible circumstance. Whether it be the death of Manfredi Frady and Johnson in the films beginning or prices death in the film's closing minutes and it attests to wilders sense of moral balance that he does not indulge in a simple minded sort of dramatic justice. Price does not die simply to satisfy the need for a scapegoat and the fact that most of the prisoners treat him as a scapegoat demonstrates how pervasive the instinct for irresponsibility can be to the contrary price earns his death and contributes to his own downfall. It occurs neither to share back nor to price that there are limits to the exercise of power. They therefore make the fatal mistake of assuming that price can operate with impunity among the prisoners. No matter how suspicious they might become thus von share back has Schultz confiscate the radio for the sake of demonstrating his own omniscience. Not because the radio posed a genuine threat to camp security indeed by doing so fun. Share back only makes it easier for the prisoners to locate the informer. It has to be someone in barracks for of course the POW's with prices sustained encouragement. Mistakenly Brand Sefton. The collaborator but by allowing sefton. To be so branded and by forcing Sefton out of the group price only serves to precipitate his own downfall. It is only because is forced to keep his distance is forced to keep himself apart from the other prisoners and is forced to become a spectator to prisoner activities rather than a participant in them. That SEFTON has motive and up to observe the routines of barracks life one of which the tying and untying of the lamp cord overhanging the barracks chess set serves as the signal between price and Schultz. That The mail messages hidden in the Black Queen or to be picked up thus at the very moment when price and Ventura. Bach are most confident of their power. Their confidence effectively betrays them as it betrays so many other wild or characters. Volunteer backstage is one too. Many mock air raids in his attempt to get the details of Dunbar sabotage activities and Sefton. Who Hides in the shadows of the barracks while other prisoners? Evacuate to the trenches. Get a front row. Seat as price explains to Scholtz secret of Dunbar's homemade incendiary. So just like earlier. Murderers in wilder films like Walter Neff in double indemnity for example price effectively. Murders himself through overconfidence. It is not true. That price is evil per se but that price and venture BOC are too caught up in themselves to see the likely consequences of their actions. Sefton on the other hand all seeming self-centered is very careful to account for probability thus Sefton does not expose price immediately upon discovering his true identity as a cool-headed Sefton. Puts IT TO COOKIE EXPOSING PRICE will only get price transferred to another camp where he can repeat his act and killing. Price will only invite. Reprisals Rather Sefton is content to wait and to obstruct prices attempts to communicate with Schultz and on Sherbrooke until opportunity presents itself to deal with price and the threat. He represents and the opportunity presents itself when the time comes to for Dunbar to escape price has been unable to tip off on Sherbrooke about the plan to break Dunbar out in desperation. Price grabs the dog tag. That Harry has extracted from Haughey's flight cap and volunteers to take Dunbar. Out Himself Sefton. Moment has arrived. Price must now be exposed and dealt with and Stephens plan for dealing with price tossing him into the campground will serve a double purpose one. It will provide a diversion to cover the escape. Thus improving the odds for success and to it will eliminate price without inviting Nazi reprisals. Von Share back will have all the trouble. He needs explaining the fact that his own guards killed his prize. Informer none of which is intended to deny the fact that Stephan enjoys the hell outta turning the tables on price and the rest of the POW's it argues however it's often is completely consistent as a character Sefton. Retains his cynical facade. Indeed he has to appear cold calculating in order to call prices bluff but by calling it and by volunteering to take Dunbar out of the camp sefton demonstrates a genuine sense of solidarity with the other prisoners. He has been on their side all along and hence his salute as he ducks into the trap door unlike double indemnity and Sunset Boulevard then. Stolac seventeen does not focus on a central narrative presence there earlier films are about consciousness and conscience and it is the main characters sense of morality reality which is called into question installing seventeen on the other hand. The central character sefton is basically right minded from the start Sefton. Respects probability and takes inappropriately skeptical stance refusing to indulge in foolish or self destructive behavior of the sort that kills neff and Phyllis in double indemnity or Leonard Vol- in witness for the prosecution the stalag seventeen narrator on the other hand though peripheral in terms of the film's action functions as the middle term in the three term metaphor on the one hand as Sefton sidekick. Cookie is a spectator always on the sidelines. On the other hand even cookie comes to doubt sefton integrity. Despite the fact that he knows sefton better than most therefore cookies willingness to brand sift an escape goat on the evidence of appearance rather than fact aligns him and the other prisoners and ourselves as well with price and von Sheer Bach. In other words Stolac Seventeen serves to challenge the SORT OF PERCEPTUAL IDEOLOGICAL HABITS. Which encourage or allow the rush. Easy self serving and ultimately self destructive judgments as observers. We can be fooled if we let our emotions. Get the better of our insights and attentiveness. Metaphorically speaking at least there is a bit of venture BOC in all of us and stalag seventeen. Is Wilders. Warning that Romanticism. Even the normal sort can get out of hand under stressful circumstances again. It is not a matter of cynicism. It would be foolish to warn those who won't listen and the American. Pow's are generally portrayed as men of conscience the point however is that even good men can let circumstances get the better of that and we must therefore be continually skeptical not of the world or of life's possibilities of ourselves and our estimations now. It's time for our buzz from the back lot segment. And let's start with art leading man. William Holden did not like the part of Sefton as written thinking him too selfish he kept asking. Billy wilder to make sefton nicer while they're refused. Holden actually refused the role but was forced to do it by the studio auto premature always claimed that as a director he would only shout at actors if they were late or if they did not know their lines employed solely as an actor on this film. He told Billy Wilder at the start of filming. That if you ever forgot his lines he would. Present wilder with a jar of caviar. While later told interviewers that he soon had dozens of such jars. This film was one of the biggest hits billy wilder career. He expected a big piece of the profits. The studio accountants informed him that since his last picture. Ace in the hole from nineteen fifty. One lost money the money. That picture lost would be subtracted from his prophets on this film while they're left paramount shortly after that. Charlton Heston was originally. Considered for the role of Sefton but when the script was altered to make the character less roic he was dropped in favor of somewhat more suitable for the role Kirk. Douglas stated that he was next in line and declined the part making William Holden the third choice. Douglas came to rue his decision saying it was the biggest mistake of his career to improve the chances of commercial success in West Germany at the time already an important market for Hollywood. A paramount executives suggested to billy wilder that he should make the camp guards. Polish rather than German wilder whose mother and stepfather had died in the concentration camps. Furiously refused and demanded an apology from the executive. When it didn't come it was just another reason for wilder not to extend his contract at Paramount. Wilder filmed the movie at a studio ranch. In agoura Hills California. He wore his best shoes and made sure cast and crew saw him with those shoes on in the mud. Wilder felt he could not ask his co workers to work in the mud unless they saw him do the same. William Holden never felt. He deserved an Oscar for his performance in this film and his wife perhaps cruelly felt it was just to compensate for him. Not Winning in sunset. Boulevard William Holden's acceptance speech for best actor was the shortest in Academy history up until that time he said only two words. Thank you holding. Hadn't meant to be so brief but the televised TV broadcast of the Academy Awards ceremony was running long and was about to be cut off. The Air Holden later took out an ad in the Hollywood trade publications thanking the people. He had attended to thank in his speech. The brief -ness of Holden's speech was later surpassed by Alfred Hitchcock. Who accepted his Irving Thalberg award in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven with a simple thanks and by John Mills. Who after playing a mute? Character in Ryan's daughter in nineteen seventy accepted his one thousand nine hundred ninety one best supporting actor award with a simple smile and a thankful nod of the head on the first day of shooting. Billy wilder made it clear that the script was to be delivered exactly as written with no deviation he addressed this to the entire cast but with particular focus on William Holden who wanted lines changed or added to make the character. More likable and auto premise. After the latter had a tendency to ham it up and a season director himself was used to calling the shots. So billy wilder had to put them both in their place and finally this is for fans of the TV. Show Hogan's heroes. There's no doubt that Stolac seventeen provided a template and inspiration for the televised Sitcom Series. Hogan's heroes in one thousand nine hundred sixty five. This is particularly the case. Also for the character of Sergeant Johann Schultz played by Grumman. Who is said to have provided the basis for the character of Sergeant Hans Schultz in Hogan's heroes played by John? Banner however assertion has been disputed legally in fact the authors of Stolac Seventeen sued the creators of the TV series Hogan's heroes for plagiarism. Saying that they had submitted a proposal for a TV show based on their play in one thousand nine hundred sixty three to CBS. The case was closed with an undisclosed settlement that concludes our episode installing seventeen. I would love to hear what you think of this. Classic movie must feel free to tweet APP. Movie Must Potter e Mail Classic Movie Must Gmail Dot Com. You can listen to all of our episodes and learn more about the show on our website. Classic Movie Musts Dot Com. You can't support the show and get your access to our weekly exclusive episodes. Classic Movie Must Double Feature and our monthly exclusive episodes Max's movie must by subscribing on Patriot. 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"Tena No is not the same thing out at the Fisher. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them. So they can concentrate on their therapies just having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. It took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse Dot Org? John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six, forty live everywhere on the iheartradio App we go what to do. We take. The. Life. Much, but today. But you got you got. You Got Hurricanes. He got fires assist the end of America. This is all just going to be destroyed by the plagues. Yeah. Well, you know some people are rooting. we've got our in one hour. We have got beyond Lomborg coming on the show I. Think you need to know about him is he believes in climate change. That's important. Understand that but he comes at it with a very logical viewpoint and it runs counter many times to the alarmists. He's president of the Copenhagen Consensus and visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution Stanford University got a book out. We talked him a couple of months ago, but we're going to talk to him about the PC wrote yesterday that appear to the New York. Post entitled Sorry Solel Solar Panels Won't stop California's fires and he finds the the California response. To the fires. And just about everything to do with the climate to be just. Hysterical and completely ineffective. It's just, GONNA cause us more problems and we're seeing the virus if we cut all emissions tomorrow and for the rest of the century, temperatures would still climb just point three degrees. Fahrenheit less point three, and this is shutting down all of America all industries, all automobiles, all cars. He's got a got a book out coming out to that's that's quite interesting is reading a few excerpts from it It's it's it's very rational look at what's going on and it's hard when you're rational to deal with all the hysteria in the air and there's a lot of hysteria but believe me what we're dealing with the fires and the air quality is a forty year experiment that failed badly and at forty year experiment was not clearing. Out The forest and doing prescribe burns with the forests and wants produced this disaster. Here we spent the latter half of yesterday show on a big story which concerned police presence in Lynnwood a lot of them swat teams, L. E. County Sheriff's deputies looking for somebody who was a carjacking suspect as the story unfolded sources were telling some of the media that this might be the same person that shot the two deputies at the competent train station Saturday night. This search eventually they got this guy but apparently it took ten hours. I think in total for them to capture this man but the bottom line is they're saying he is not related to the shooting of the deputies. Let's get Steve Gregory covered this story and, of course, the deputy shooting as well Steve Guys Yeah it was a long night last night It was just pulling into the garage here when I got the call and then ended up down there and for nine hours last night what time did they finally catch him? Oh I WANNA say was. About quarter about. Ten nine thirty quarter to ten. And how did they catch him? What did they find him after all that Davis? She was near that house there on near the intersection of Carlin Impeach in Lynnwood he actually had been at one point hiding underneath this town home. And have gotten out at one point in hid in a trash dumpster a large trash dumpster. And then when he heard the canine units unleashed on him, then he jumped out and took off running, and then that's when they tackled him Deonte Murray Yeah what's his name and apparently this carjacking happened a couple of weeks ago. Yeah. But he was on the radar and the sergeant last night told us that there is the seems as though that he has gang ties. In interesting thing. We starting with your show yesterday at three PM, with the with the sheriff coming on and saying, this was not the guy they were looking for. But the resources, the number of resources that were deployed yesterday suggested otherwise I was Gonna ask you is that a normal? No response for a carjacker? No. Especially one that happened two weeks ago and So when I ask that question last night at the press conference I was told that that was because everyone was on heightened alert. But here is you know here's a situation where they got a guy they were looking for him I'm telling you they took over Helen, Keller Middle School yesterday, and therein Lynnwood and. I mean when I say took over I mean that's that became a command center I had I had no idea that meeting resources existed at one time the sheriff's department they had from one block to the other block barricaded with vehicles, and then it was nothing but sheriffs vehicles all throughout that whole thing the entire parking lot of that school had been taken up the gymnasium had turned into a command post at ten outside. This was not a response for carjacker. Somebody in the sheriff's department more than somebody believe that this was the police shooter. Yeah. Yeah what gave a met impression I know and but I'll tell you something. This is something. This is A. This is something that Gary and Shannon. And I were talking about earlier to is that it's very possible and. Very, probable that perhaps this is the guy but they just need to get him in on the carjacking charge until it could work the case. Right. I noticed last night. I saw the press conference live at ten o'clock right? and. The or the spokesperson was did not definitively shutdown that possibility as listening to his words very careful and He he it sounded definitive but it wasn't no saying at this point right at right point was always these escape clauses. Wiggle Room Yeah now that Sergeant Bazi he's been there a long longtime. He knows he knows what he's doing and you know. But again, he takes his orders from those above him and he merely just writes out the statement. But he had to get the briefing last night and then he came over to meet at that park and if and if you heard it, then you heard my questions you heard me asking why so much response yes and then I also follow up was like okay is this the response that everyone's going to get down the for now on I? Mean Are we? Talking about every time someone's pulled over for speeding ticket half of the department's GonNa show up I mean is this the way it's going in and then he said, well, you know we're on heightened alert right now right there's a lot of carjackings la over the course of a year right and I think didn't make sense yesterday to me as we were going through this story is that allegedly the theory was this man was trying to ditch the car he used in the shooting of the deputies and then he instantly carjacked someone to continue as ghetto and isn't that doesn't make sense to me. That that didn't add up. Well. To, call attention to yourself with a carjacking if you are the deputy shooter, right? No. But it to the point that sometimes these guys aren't thinking straight you're not smart. They're not that clever and you're saying now he could still be the guy it's to stay put the case together yet. Here's the thing. So it's just like you were saying that sources, all these different media outlets have sources all the reporters in town have some SORTA sources. All of those sources collectively were all pretty much aiming toward the same conclusion and these are insiders and these are all insiders. Some are some are highly placed. Right next to the case if not right over the case on top of it and summer people that heard somebody say something to somebody you know down the line, but it all added up and I'm telling you I just as of ten minutes ago. I got another text from someone and said. Don't write it off yet for people who don't understand this world what would be the downside of the spokesman saying we strongly suspect. He's the COP shooter, what what what would be the negatives in negative or for admitting to it because they may not have enough evidence to time to it yet and they need more time but they wanNA keep him on ice. They don't have enough yet. Yeah. Because they still have to forensically tie this guy to the case and in or is they have an over abundance of circumstantial evidence perhaps, but they still have to have something that ties this guy. in that can come in the form of fingerprints off of shells It could come in the form of a of a of someone you know iding him or the sheriff's deputy iding him up close and personal. It could be a whole host of different things but you know that every resource available to the sheriff's department is being used right now including other agencies we forgot to mention to this carjacker who was nabbed last night. The ONTA-, Murray he did shoot the man in the leg whose car he took right So. That also adds an element of Danja and trying to apprehend him but. You know they took. An awful lot of effort in care in and we knew things were we knew things were gonNA go a little sideways when the? Fire Department showed up last night because that usually means is about ready to To Lob, some gas into the house. So we knew that was coming. So we knew this thing was being escalated but I, you know I'm being told by my sources because I text them all and say, Hey, what happened and they're like don't give up yet. Question, Mark. How do you want to stay there because when we come back this apparently unfolded while we were on the air, it's another one of these briefings by the La County Health Director Barbara for rare and the La County Board of supervisors. They brought up that piece of audio that you I obtained. Concerning. Her talking about schools are not going to reopen until we're done with the election. See Gregor in the middle of everything. Johnny, Ken Show. John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Gregory overdone now? Yes, and we're GONNA play for you the bit of audio. He obtained last week, which was big news. In fact, I can tell you from my sources. Steve. You really shook things up internally and the La County Health Department in the entire bureaucracy of county. audio. From Dr Farid. Let's play it again. So people understand we're talking about. We don't realistically. Be moved to either tier two or to opening. Pay To twelve schools at least through at least until after the election after you know early November like when we look at the timing of everything, it seems to a more realistic. Approach to this to be the thing that we're going to be where we are now until we get after. With the election. The city news put Dr. Ferrari sparked a spate of social media conspiracy theories with those comments that this is politically linked to the upcoming election. So I guess yesterday before the supervisors she apologize for Confusion And claims that had nothing to do with the election. We just eat about six weeks of implementation school openings that are going to be happening. So we can have an assessment of data that will guide it inform our decisions is this the same confusion that somebody in the health department said that Halloween and trick or treating is over? But then she said, well, no, it's not. We just don't recommend it and I'm really sorry I don't know who did that. But there sure in trouble a I mean is this the same kind of communication line I wonder I, put away I maybe you can't say but did you buck her phone huckabee got that I mean there's a nice job. How did you get that? Ought Yoga nobody else seemed to have his sources? You know today is a day of sources. Here's the thing and sometimes I. If I look at it this way if important, enough for somebody to record it and send it to me than it was an important enough to report I mean if they thought it was important enough for that distinct on to be that to say listen why did she have to say election twice and not say November third or early? November and that was the that was the assertion and I said on this show as I did the other shows that I appeared on I said I don't know what her intention was. I don't know if she meant to make it political or she merely meant to make a time reference I. I said that Upfront I also said that it's very possible that she subconsciously. Said this because you know she has she has really made her social justice. A position very clear and so I just said I I said, it was unknown. That's all what explains the constant confusion that comes out of her department. I mean, not only in the contradict themselves frequently but also they seem to be completely at a step sometimes with the whole board of supervisors with Garcetti, sometimes Ferrara Garcetti Catherine Barker seeing that three different positions on the same day. It's here's here's the way I. See it in having done this for quite some time and being very closely involved in this this particular story but the I all bureaucracy, it is one of the largest bure local government bureaucracies in the country in that means typically the left hand never knows what the right hand is doing, and you always have more cooks. Chefs in the kitchen and Cook's you've always got this sort of disconnected constant going on. It's like what I was trying to find information about each of the members of the supervisors or the Board of Supervisors, and I found out that each member are each board member has their own PR team and has their own communications team, and then the CEO has a communications team in the county has a team, and then there's a separate team communications team that represents the entire board. And none of them communicate so I'm trying to find out why is it that this person doesn't know what that person's doing because they all work in silos they're not as they don't cooperate with each other like they want you to think they do don't they all operate in. I mean, we've never had a situation like desks were there or get a gift daily briefings, the story changes, constantly their their their rules on our behavior change constantly, and so we we've never had a test case to see exactly how would they worked together in a prolonged emergency situation and answer is they don't work together very well, I hate to discreet John Because we've had plenty of instances in. Los Angeles where we've had disaster, we've had problems and we've had issues it of happened and put them to the test. This is the thing that I'm getting really tired of when it comes to them trying to communicate with us and everyone everything's unprecedented now because of covid everything's unprecedented sir, there are some things that are unprecedented but communicating is not unprecedented telling us what's going on is not unusual it. Doesn't matter if it's the flu, it doesn't matter if it's a wildfire, it doesn't matter if it's an earthquake communicating has doesn't change and their methods instructor communication. They created a joint information center, a chick what we call for short they Brennan Pio's from all these other county offices to cut to do nothing but communicate with the media and they are the slowest to get back to you on everything. It's. A, horrendous operation down there this Cova thing has been a complete nightmare on the communication side and this is not an opinion. This is fact I mean and my colleagues will back me up on this. They had they have they're not organized. They're they're always playing these power struggles. This office wants to control the narrative will that office wants to control the narrative they don't even know what the narrative is. And then they hire then hire PR firms for millions of dollars to help them with the messaging. And in worded that, get us. And by the way, obviously, she was going to don deny, of course Jon freight side there's one hundred percent chance he's going to deny it. Doesn't indicate and the thing is that I think in just like we were talking about if she hadn't said election given the situation in the sensitivities right now she mentioned she mentioned election twice in the comment if she just early November. Right and the fact is, and then we hear her today say that if everyone behaved on Labor Day weekend that perhaps we can slide into the next color chart by middle of next month. which for another week or two right right? If everyone behaved, then we'll be able to change from purple to whatever the next caller is. Claiming that fifty nine schools have been submitted plan offer in person instruction half of them could be operating by next week right and that's the other thing you know everyone's like. Well, wait a minute. What's what you know if you can do it for this handful whether using these people, these are going to be the guinea pigs. These are going to be the test subjects if they if they can pull this off and kids don't get sick and the teachers don't get sick then you're probably gonNA see the rest of school opened. Very good. Thank you very much. All Right, and we've got the world with that inside piece of audio bummer. The election. But of course, the way some media covers it it's like, oh, it's just crazy conspiracy theory people. Now now there's a reason for everything. Nothing happens by accident, check it on the that ugly bobcat fire affecting Mount Wilson with Chris ancarlo decks. John and Ken show. Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. APP. Is this what trump is told the news conference remember four years ago. One of the big issues used at his rallies was the border. Yeah I think the one he's got this time as the war against police because he's been going on about it for a while talking about the shootings and the police are friends and that's going to work. That is gonNA that's GonNa work better than the border because not everybody lives near the border and is seen but illegal immigration is done but everybody has copped in their community and most people overwhelmingly appreciate the police it's a winner. Keep playing at trump you're smart this time. To be talking about Minneapolis, coming up at a story that will make you go wild concerning the police and so two weeks to the first debate. I think a week fighting doing it. Trump did that townhall last night on ABC where they put the maybe the fix was in the questions and the people but they tried to arrange this with Biden allegedly, he couldn't fit it in his schedule. Now there has no schedule he can't do what trump at last night he can't now everybody knows he's not capable would sit there and basically be. Yeah it's late Now they're working on president. Hours. That you remember she said the Harris Administration featuring Joe Biden is President Dr Ferrari slip about the right? Yeah. Those are those are my administration. Yeah. Those are nobody makes mistakes like that. I that down fire Bob Cat thing affecting the communities and San Gabriel. Valley foothills, and of course, the Angeles National Forest. Chris Ancarlo has been tirelessly tirelessly covering this thing since it began with his ten days yep. and. It may go another month or two. The the Mount Wilson. Well, the fire worked its way Mount Wilson at least for the time being. Yeah. Well, you know what a little update on that right now. So I'm looking out Wilson and we've got a pretty healthy smoke plume that is coming from back behind it and I just checked on a couple of the southern California Edison fire the up there and you have a little bit of activity on the backside enough so that we're GonNa see I believe for the first time on this fire. The super scoopers. So we haven't seen for a few reasons and for whatever reason they just got called in to start dropping water around mount. Wilson also got crews on the ground up there of course, doing whatever they can for the most part you know I woke up today and the forest service and firefighters were kind of celebrating the fact that Mount Wilson had been protected So this probably, I'd say Jayson to the mountain you know where I'm looking from I, don't see any act of flame at all So if it's coming up, it's coming up from the north side and basically what we projected if you want my hunch on this. I would expect that this is actually burning up the the next Ridge back beyond mount. Wilson is I'm looking from the southwest and that that kind of Jives with what we saw yesterday afternoon there wasn't a lot of attention paid to this, but it was about six o'clock they put a new evacuation order in and it was for people who live between highway thirty, nine and and the turnoff to Angeles Ford Highway. If you were coming up the to from locking Yada you can take that left hand turn Clear Creek, ranger, station, or fire station, and that'll take you down to Palmdale so from. There all the way back over to highway thirty, nine on the south side of highway two, which is basically where I'm seeing this plume of smoke come from and you've got a couple of of canyons over there that you know as the day heats up, you get a lot of that convection, the fireworks it's way up and as it's working uphill, of course, running into the fuels and the fuels are again being preheated ahead of time, and so we expected to see some fire activity throughout the day and sure enough here we go I read that they did incredible work to block the fire of the hand crews. Creating a clearing space. In front of Jerry, Tory yeah, I, mean that's listen we a couple of really neat lessons here from from what happened up at Mount Wilson over the last twenty, four hours number one defensible space Mount Wilson has a ton of defensible space built in just they do it every year they know that it's a high fire risk area. They've got a little patch of o'byrne scar on the south side of the mountain from I. Think it was like two years ago maybe like four acre fire but I they because of the fact that they have that defensible space firefighters have plenty of room to get to they've got water resources up there they. Have the ability to communicate very clearly with aircraft is they're coming into to help out. So that's a huge huge huge plus and that's something that every homeowner you know we we talk about this one fire season's getting ready to roll around and some homeowners out there they roll their eyes well here. Here's a big huge shining example for why that does work. Secondly, we're talking about some of the best firefighters in the world right and we're talking hotshots up there talking about L. A. County fire up there I'm these guys know what's up and they know how to bill out this line and they know how to do it quickly they had does. Drip torches doing little firing operations are back Burns to get rid of of access fuels around the the the top of the mountain up there, and on top of it all you get the rainmakers in the helicopters and in the the retardant drops and everything else. So I mean an incredible effort especially considering you know, and this is what's phenomenal. The topography of Mount Wilson because of the way the Observatory's built in the town was built up there you're almost on an island in the. Sky And a lot of ways because there's only one easy way in and out of there. So these guys know that they know that they're putting themselves basically on an island in the sky and their assignment is to protect that island at all costs and that's exactly what they did last night and that's what they continue to do today I. Don't want to say they're out of the woods yet. I mean, there's still again a lot of smoking a lot of fire activity as as the day warms up. Any chance of a break in weather helping them use anything coming that they're looking forward to. You know technically we we are in a break in weather in that it hasn't been incredibly hot I mean it's warm. But this is a typical sort of September pattern you warm up in the San Gabriel valley up into the nineties and then cools down at night. You get a an a flow up the mountains in the afternoon as the as the air heats up and high pressure builds in arises and then you get the airflow back down the canyons as cools off and falls back down onto the ridge tops. So the weather has actually been quite nice in terms of maybe relief for everyone else when it comes to the smoke were. Looking forward to a couple of light breezes coming toward the weekend that will be enough to push this out but maybe not enough to complicate the firefight I will say though you know I live in pass Pasadena I'm every day I've been waking up to a fog shrouded smoke in or smoke shrouded fog and it has been clear today as I drive back and forth between Irwindale in Pasadena in the foothills has been cleared today than it has been probably probably since this thing sparked so that that's a good indication as well what we don't want. Of course, any sort of Santana's manifesting any sort of really offshore or onshore winds that are faster than your typical afternoon and early evening breezes. I. Thank crispy. Appreciate it they of course, guys. All. Right? Yeah. You know what? John when you look at the you have the weather. APP? On your phone right at the bottom does have the air quality index? Yeah. You're at one, sixty six and so am I, we're the same unhealthy. And again, people don't know anything about one fifty starts gets into the unhealthy area and then. you start reaching areas above two hundred you might as well. Stay inside and hide. John Again Show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live in the iheartradio. APP. All right. We'll be talking to be on Lomborg after the news three o'clock that doesn't get you going. We mentioned several times during the show yesterday column he wrote for the. New York Post about California trying to fight the fires by claiming it's all about climate change and we need to go more solar and electric and all that, and that's not going to help and he believes in climate change he just has a rational logical way when it comes to the wildfires of how we should deal with the fires are blazing as hard as they are because of enormous amounts of unburned would in brush. That should have been cleared out or should have been Burned up with controlled burn. For. The last forty years for forty years. They've had a failed policy and this is the payoff. And It's really important to see that. In the last month, we've seen two major environmental policies that have been pushed by the fanatics and they both failed one is to switch to. Solar and wind. And what happened we ran short of electrcity because the sunset. And the wind stopped, and there wasn't enough energy being created. Second thing here we've got fires like we haven't seen in many years because. The fanatic said, we couldn't cut down. Anymore more trees in the forest, we could clear out the deadwood. We couldn't do prescribed burns well okay. At at your way for forty years, this is the result. Now, I found some nuggets in a San, Diego Union Tribune Story. First of all the legislative analyst couple years ago said that the forests the number of trees, the density is up thirty percents since the nineteen thirties into the two thousand and it also mentions how and this May. Play into this, you want to call them environmentalists or climate change believers whatever they like to keep the trees because they think the trains you know taking the carbon, we need the trees and I think that played a part in this to who clearing out both dead. They can't do much I have is if there's too many trees, the forest is too dense then you have too many trees competing for the water supply and some of them die. And or some of them become victim of the bark beetles that are always also looking for the water. And then as the dead trees pile up when the fire inevitably happens and it always will you have a far fiercer far more ferocious fire than you would have otherwise it's it's it's it's a bad. It's a failed policy. It's a lot of crazy fanatical thinking because they're approaching it from a religious belief system not from a rational system. Don't miss our conversation with beyond coming up after the news at three o'clock. Today from insurance companies in an investigative report that the riots that followed the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis will cost insurance companies anywhere between one and two billion dollars. That's nationwide would be the highest ever following street disturbances. But this story is a gem from the Washington. Times covering the Minneapolis City Council, apparently, the Minneapolis City Council which passed that resolution in June asking for a brand new model of law enforcement basically defined the police and start over is now angry and questioning the police chief there over rising crime. This is swallowed slow response times by the Cops Police Chief Madeira. Redondo. Peppered with questions about the spike in armed robberies illegal street racing. Good old council president. Lisa Bender who I think we threw in a dumpster back then Oh. Yes. She does all not noon it's concerning. She thinks it's campaigning look the answer that came from Redondo was perfect. She said too often we use police departments are dealing in a reactionary mode. We oftentimes come to find crime as opposed to preventing it if state status quo right now, we'll end this year with numbers that are absolutely unconscionable about what we should have in terms of community violence, and we don't do a deep dive as a see as to what caused them in other words if the police and I saw the story yesterday Minneapolis police stops have dropped big time. We saw this in Baltimore remember after Freddie Gray was this always happens it's going on in New, York City in New York City, the the the crime rate's up. From the police you pay are going to be reactionary and not preventative. They're not going to be proactive because they don't want to get in trouble for if the mayor and the city. Council tells the police chief to pull back the police chief polls back and then you watch what happens. This is actually a beautiful time because we are seeing in in in real time the results of all these wacky progressive policies if you pull the police back, which is similar to defunding, then you get crazy crime because this is what the criminals WanNa do every day the only thing that stops them from kid committing. Crimes they're capable of is the police, and if they know the police pulled back, they're going to go to town every day all day. That's what they do and I think what people forget here is that the police are always and often proactive in other words when they're on patrol, they're looking at things to see if there's trouble there's. Big Ingredients to that number one, they may stop something before it happens and number two. They're sending a message we're watching you if they pull back is John just said, and if they're only going to wait till, they get called because somebody got shot. Well, you're right criminals can run loose because they know they're no longer unto us no longer tracking US they're no longer watching US closely. They're no longer aware of what we might do and it's human nature. It's this is not a crazy theories of human nature. You'd see it and your children. If. If people think they're not being watched, they tend to behave badly if they think somebody's monitoring them, they behave better. That's basic human nature. There is one guy on the council Felipe Cunningham could not believe what he was hearing from the rest of the idiots on the Minneapolis Council. I am flabbergasted by colleagues who are very short time ago we're calling for abolition. Now suggesting that we should be putting more funding and resources and in a police department. Yeah because they're frauds and they're phonies, they jumped on a cool trendy issue they were terrified of the black lives matter protesters. So they tried the experiment. Now, the Experiment Minneapolis for few months Pol the police back. That's what happens. All these experiments are failing right? Not Not clearing out. The forest is a failure switching to solar and wind is a failure. Pulling the police failure. This is why this is a great time because now it's not a theoretical anymore nobody's make just making predictions just look at what's happening with your own eyes beyond Bjorn Lomborg is coming up next president of the Copenhagen consensus a fellow at the Hoover Institution Stanford. He's got a book and he also wrote a great column which we cited yesterday about how California's fires won't be stopped with more solar panels coming up next. John and Ken show John Kobylt. Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP and we're happy to talk again with Bjorn Lomborg President of the Copenhagen Consensus Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford. University, and. Got A new book false alarm how Climate Change Panik costs Chilean's hurts the poor and fails to fix the planet. So the mind to talk about a column, we referenced several times during the show yesterday, which we found the New York Post and opinion column titled Sorry Solar Panels Stop, California's fires, and you may have heard Deborah's newscasts that newsome was. Emphasizing again about these climate driven fires, these man made climate driven fires, and we're going to get going on here. How are you welcome back to the John and Ken Show? Hey. It's great to be back I. Thank. For audience you do believe in climate change how much of a factor is climate change and the extent these fires. So look. Yes cool. Boring is real. It's something that we need to fix some. We should fix smartly, but we're not well served by make everything hinge, Oli unclog change. So climate change probably has a play in the fires. So it's likely that makes the longer that it also dries out the woods so kindles more. So that is a really issue. But. By far the biggest issue is the fact that California for more than one hundred years it's been suppressing fires, which basically means we've seen it dramatic build up. If you don't have fires, you build up more more fuel in the underground of the forest, and so when the fires actually hit you end up with enormous fires. So expert decimate that global warming is probably twenty, twenty, five percent and the rest is the fact that we have managed our. Well, that's part of the question but the other part, of course, what can you do something about and everybody's saying well, you know they're big fire forest fire so we should put up a soul appeal. Let's just remember no matter how much put up. It is not gonNA make one iota of difference of the next ten years. It's GonNa have a trivial impact, even fifty or one hundred years. So the reality is if you want to help people tomorrow and next decade in California, it's all about. Making sure. You do more prescribed Burns that will help not climate policy before eighteen hundred before the modern European settlers came to California. How how many acres burned every year? So surprising that and this is researched, that's based on a lot of data across all California's accepted by everyone it used to be somewhere between four and twelve million acres. Remember the biggest pie that we've seen in historical times, which is today this year is two point three million. Acres. So we're talking about twice as much up to what six times as much. So the reality here is we used to have much much greater fired back when there wasn't global warming and that I think is probably the best indicator of why this is not predominantly driven by global warming because we have much bigger finds when there is no global warming two point. We have gotten used to very small fires because we've suppressed fire, but you can't continue to suppress five because sooner or later you've built up so much firewood that it will end up burning as it's during this. Simply I guess before eighteen hundred, there's was nobody around to put the fires out. So that's why you could have twelve billion acres, burn a year, and and then in the last ten years, the average burn area has been less than one million. It's been seven hundred seventy five thousand acres. So again, remember back in before eighteen hundred on average up to twelve percent of California burnt every year. and. And so the research is pass not surprisingly say it is likely that smoke was that there was you know the skies were likely smokey much of the summer and fall in California every year back then back this does not mean that we don't that it's fine. Of course, it's not fine. It folks tragic for the people who is it and it's very annoying for the rest of In in California and elsewhere so this is not a question think, oh, it's fine. Don't worry about it. Don't do anything about it, but it's not doing the things that'll actually have an impact instead of simply making Bertrand signally and saying we're going to set up solar panels and have no effect even in fifty or a hundred years does California do much prescribed burning and even if we tried to do more, wouldn't that also raised concerns about you know setting fires Sure. So what one reason paper from this year in Nature Sustainability estimated that California actually has such an overhang. There's probably about five times more fuel would and and and and debris, and the under under a under forest of of these, very, very depressed for us to cross California. So they suggest that you need to burn almost twenty percent in prescribed for twenty percent of the area of California obviously about a huge amount but just to give you a sense right now California is burning one thousand of that every year. So No, you're doing almost nothing and. Simple reason as you pointed out, it's hard to do. There's a lot of legislation remove people don't want the smoke. So the object even file lawsuits, there is a risk of liability of the fire getting out of control. There's a lot of issues, but the fundamental point is, of course, if you don't do prescribe five, you end up with these very large and uncontrolled five which are going to be much worse and of course, is going to cost a lot more. Grief is the only other alternative also to clear out, you know pull the timber out of their the. They're in rip out the virus. Yes. You can definitely do that the the problem is. That is incredibly manually. Labor intensive So it's it's hard to imagine that you could actually do this for twenty percent of California. With any realistic sort of budget So most of this will have to be burnt but of course, the point is you burn on days when the smoke will not go I. They just fly straight up because there's no wind or it'll go in a direction where it will harm very few people. You can tell people about this in advance you can warn them, they can move, they can make other plans. It is much much easier, and of course, it doesn't actually mean that your house is going to burn down you're going to be threatened or you're going to be incredibly fearful for for weeks on end. So again, there's a problem you tell us. Tell us the scientific basis for one sentence in your column. Even if the entire United States were to cut all of its emissions tomorrow and for the rest of the century and incredible fancy full an enormously expensive suction temperatures would still climb but just point three degrees. Fahrenheit. Less I think people need to know where you get that from. So. So what most people don't get you dramatically reduce your emissions that's not gonNA matter very much. If you are not the major part of global emissions throughout the rest of the central and you're not most emissions in the twenty, first century will come from the developing world. Remember the six billion people who? Writes about eight billion people who are still poor and what to get what you have and what other rich countries half that means much higher emissions. So the US emissions totally emissions in twenty th century is actually a fairly small part of the toll emissions. So even if you all of them and and again as as I point out that incredibly fanciable and. impossibly implausible actually happen even if you did that, you can run this through the UN climate models and see what is the difference between the US not doing anything to continue as usual and the US cutting all of its emissions and the difference in the model is zero point three degrees Fahrenheit by the end of the century. Not. Something that you know I just made up. This is the thing that any you in climate model we'll tell you and plus minus perhaps here point one degree Fahrenheit, and that's a reduction in the increase. That's not even a reduction in temperature and that is that is saying we shut down all the cars, all the planes, all of industry, kill all the cows everything basically the green new. Well I'm sure they wouldn't do it that closely but yes, it is fundamentally imagining a world that is good. Be Much more for the US and still it would reduce temperature rise by the end of the century from seven point four degrees Fahrenheit, which is what the standard models estimated. We do nothing across the world to seven point one degrees, Fahrenheit. So yes, the point of the whole news and deal and everybody you know saying we should do climate policy is essentially say, yes, you're GONNA get. Burned, but we are going to promise you to get fool lightly dressed much more burned by the end of the century. I would suggest that it's more realistic. It's cheaper and certainly much much more useful to say, well, we're actually GONNA do prescribed burning she has it's going to be a little inconvenient. It's going to be much cheaper and that's actually going to safeguard you in just a few years. Beyond thank you. Once again for talking to us, we really appreciate the new book is false alarm. How Climate Change Panik cost us trillions hurts the poor and fails to fix the planet. It's really refreshing to talk to someone like you. Thanks for being. Bjorn Lomborg he's calling from Sweden there president of the Copenhagen Consensus and visiting fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution. Johnny and Ken Show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live on the iheartradio APP. They were bringing back the voice slide people day after tomorrow one, eight, seven, seven, eight, six, eight, seven, seven, six, six, four, seven, eight, eight, six, and don't forget that the Johnny Ken Voter Guide for the ballot propositions is up on the website. At Kfi am six, forty dot com. We're just talking to be on Lomborg who wrote a great column at the new? York. Post printed that we read from yesterday about how California can continue to try to go solar and renewable, but it's not gonna change the devastating fires that are happening around the state. The San Diego. Union. Tribune. Which is basically the Times. Did. A story that probably comes the closest the thing that stood out to me in talking to be on Lomborg I asked him what percentage of this climate change versus management he said it's eighty percent forest management problem maybe twenty percent climate change. When you look at the media coverage, it's reverse in fact, I think when I look at the media coverage, it's ten percent forest management Ninety percent climate change, and this story by Michael Small. inns is probably the smallest peak that you're going to get into admitting that forest management practices play a role though in the end they seem to agree with Gavin newsom that that's not that's not the real deal here it's the it's the climate change and we have to deal with, but it's got a couple of interesting paragraphs. Time on. One thing we talked about yesterday is the federal government owns fifty seven percent of forest land. In California, the state only three percent. A report by the legislative analyst's office in two thousand eighteen. Noted the complexity of forest management given all the agencies involved including defense. And over the last several decades, policies have limited timber harvesting. Fire suppression and increased environmental permitting requirements according to the report. These practices and policies have combined to constrain the amount of trees and other growth removed from the forest. This has significantly increase the density of trees in the forest across the state particularly the prevalence of smaller trees and brush overall tree density in the states forested regions increased by thirty percent between the nineteen thirties and the. Two thousands a minute goes on to say but but that plays a healthy part because he's absorbent store carbon dioxide she now. Yeah. I. E behind this hunger to save the forest. Okay. But if you're an intelligent person, you think a level deeper if it creates a more extreme fire hazard, then the trees are GonNa Burn and release all that carbon dioxide into the air. Yes which. Is, what's happening now. So whatever savings you got out of extra trees absorbing the carbon dioxide well, that's all blown to hell because of these massive fires, it's not intelligent thinking when you're sitting at a table coming up with policy, you have to go to the next step and the next step. What's the next consequentialist? Last sentence of the story is exactly what you said he actually. Gives a little Mattie says, but this can become part of the grim cycle. The report says, dead trees helped few wildfires which released a lot of carbon into the atmosphere and contribute to climate change. You're right there defeating themselves. If they don't do something about you don't want there is such an industry in politics in communications and journalism or cable television whatever to just endlessly debate. Stupid. Ideas to endlessly debate idiotic ideologies. Oh you know I've got this point and he's got that point and he says this and he says that. The. Weather weather doesn't care about all our prattling here. It's going to get hot. There's going to be a lightning strike. The forests are going to get overgrown unless we thin it out and then the place is, GonNa burn that's going to happen nobody what wacky idea we have in our head. It doesn't matter what Gavin. NEWSOM says it doesn't matter what we're saying. If, the forest dry out because they're overpopulated. There's not enough water for forest that thick. Then the next lightening strike everything's GonNa blow and it does and this is what went on before eighteen hundred they used to have twelve million acres a year. Some years burn this year we only have not even two and a half. Because there was no into put it out years ago. This is normal nature. You gotta ask yourself this question. Do, you want to deal with continuing to cutback California's carbon emissions, which has already cost the state and which matters Nil Bjorn Lomborg pointed out because there's so much around the planet. Already we have no impact or do you want to do something about the fires that are burning and the headlines that say they're getting worse every year by clearing out the forest that was such a great point at I don't know how many people can grasp this they don't but it doesn't matter if we shut down the country for one hundred years, it is not not going to reduce global warming not. Because these culpepper leave, we can change the world, our behavior but how much of that everyone will follow California but how well how old is the Climate Change Act two thousand and six now fourteen years, but do you. But what does this tell you about their mindset? These are like people from thousands of years ago who think they're pleasing the gods? Right. The nature gods it's like, Oh when they talk about Mother Nature, it's like Oh we've mistreated the planet and the planet is now coming back to harm us. That is very similar to how primitive people thousands of years ago believed, what controlled the planet and it was a series of God's right. You had the lightning God and the Sun God and the Moon God, and if we had to appease them in some way or they would hurt us and that's the way they're acting again, they have a weird religious like aetiology about Howard supposed to treat the planet or bad things will happen. It, it's it's a fantasy. This is what sciences science is an excess a fuel piling up for decades because we didn't fin the forest, we didn't do prescribed burns excess a fuel beads at excess a fire when it finally burns. We got more coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt. Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere in the iheartradio APP. Mickey News this afternoon. The candidate for president. Urinated on his. Grammy, video. Kanye West Oh, I thought it was by Now again. Won a grammy though. The apparently got a little musical. We'll talk about that later on, but I guess he's got a problem with music contracts so he wanted to make Poynton. Why don't you think it's like day to day madhouse. I know that show finally got cancelled or they gave up on it. Well, they got one more year it's going to run. See Nine, ten, billion dollars off of it so but. What's I? They got a bunch of kids. What's the day to day life with him running around peeing on his grammy? And and she and all those other wha- dopey Kardashians what what what what, what does it sound like one of them was trying to get everybody off a death row last time we were following her was at him I don't. Yet. The. Time has a beauty. The last paragraph of the story actually tells you a lot. It's about we covered this story what was going on a few months ago the hotels especially in downtown Los. Angeles. That weren't playing ball with housing the homeless Wonderful Project Room Key Jed Perry Yacht. I guess it rhymes with Marriott, which is a hotel chain you get Perriott. He's with Street Watch la. They were demanding the city sees the hotels to house homeless people instead of the. And I think that was also the idea Mike von. Mike and asked for this report that they put together, which is the subject of the El Segundo time story delving into the reasons why these LA hotels didn't want to take on homeless people. If this isn't news of the obvious I, don't know what is I believe that this story went on for two and a half pages debating this hotels don't want filthy disgusting drug addicts vomiting over their rooms bills day people will travel again and nobody wants to go into the vagrant hotel. I don't find out there used to be vagrants in my room out of their. One lender threatened to pull its financing if a hotel moved ahead with project room key in another a company that manages several hotels was very clear. They did not want any of the hotels that they manage to house homeless people. Well. Yeah. So this is To find out who did I'm never going to stay there again, binary bonding in these these wack jobs this is Soviet Union style stuff where the government can just confiscate. Your possession, your business. His fig-leaf, and this is bonded and this Marquees Harris Dawson because they got taxpayer subsidies, they should participate in the program. No tax breaks give this. Thing, there's no connection between that the deal on the tax break is they're setting up a business that's going to bring in more tax revenue for the city. So you give them an upfront break and in the long run the city benefits that's the terms of the tax break that doesn't mean that bond gets a bargain with his beak anytime as nutty idea and starts telling them what to do with their property. That's By the way that's not legal constitutional, which is why they never took over these hotels is what we should do. Well, you can't. You cannot take over private property too bad. The women domain there's no eminent domain. You have a big project like like a highway or a train that benefits the public. Good. Percentage giving hotels told bunch of bums. No. was. There one downtown hotel was worried about how this would affect its brand yeah, exactly. Oh Yeah. Bet You. The Ritz Carlton was worried about it. The only none of those stories I just told, were there any names associated with the hotels or any spoke holes the spokes holes who did mention just said, well, we did house healthcare workers and the whole process was very complicated. They were careful to try to skate on this people who by their nature are clean. Vagrants, come in with all kinds of. Diseases. And we know this right there was typhus outbreaks, hepatitis outbreaks. And and Oh God knows how many of them got this virus. and. Then they've got they've got skin infections there. There's flees. The. Are. That's how the outbreak started from fleas. They jumped from the rats to the people. The story we're going to do next is also the El Segundo time story. It's it's a classic. It's about a photographer who's been taking pictures of the homeless for years in La particularly up in this. Basin area. And one picture when we get to it already stands out in my mind dimension because it's exactly what we're talking about here. It's a guy sitting on a bed at the airtel hotel in Van Nuys and I'm actually familiar with I've seen it before he's a homeless guy who got put in there. He's sitting on the bed smoking crack. You Go. That's why. Remember what happened in San Francisco with some of the vagrant, they took to these hotels or having drug parties in their rooms while they're bringing them alcohol marijuana. You want to sleep in the bed. Just. Whom doesn't cure all their dysfunctions do that well, obviously not. So I, just want to understand if that's what you WanNa do to your hotel that's your property. Go ahead. Corporation owns it. You can do it, but you can't have the government forces crazy. It's not even debatable and somebody tell this this jackass what's his name Jed Perriott? Jed Perry this is not the Soviet Union. You can't just demand that the government confiscate private property. You, cry you're. Insane A-. We'll talk about the story about the vagrant photographer. The had title of it is nobody wanted to look at them but this photographer insists that we do have you look at these pictures, John, I didn't want to look at them. They. Story supposed to I guess engender some sympathy. Oh for God's holy. Mackerel. God's sakes see them every day. Okay. There mile from my House I. See these people every day I. Really don't WanNa. Look at what am I gonNA learn that that they're destroying their bodies. They're all mangled and ravaged from all of us the drugs and the bose he should see the woman who's trying to get into the dumpster looking for food. It's it's unbelievable. Coming up. John and Ken Show John and Ken. Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP plenty. Still Ahead, we'll get an update on the vaccine front coming up right after the news at four o'clock I gotTa tell you great story from my community that I found in the local paper about the mask police that they hired the security guards. You're gonNA love this town hired him this right the mask police. Yes. They hired security guards up and down and tell people you have to wear masks. You're in public in an area that specified that you've ever mass. Whittier here how much they spent? What I observed. Apparently there was debate from one of the Local Council meetings with the council people could declaring it a success, but a lot of people disagreed. All of this is on the way, the El Segundo Times, just a feature story. On a photographer by the name of Ivan Kaczynski. who a few years ago apparently went to a homeless encampment in this supported basin up there in the. Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, and became enamored with the people. This is a man that is apparently traveled the globe. And his career as a photographer, but he was captivated in listening to these people and taking their pictures. So it's displayed in this article, a lot of his photographic work. To what I mentioned is all you need to know about this. Project Room Key. We're just talking about was the efforts by the state, the county, the city to put the vagrants in hotel rooms because during the pandemic, it's not good to be out on the streets and we can't put them in shelters because they're crowded together and all get cove. So they wanted to put them all in hotel rooms limited success on that. This photograph is a man. Sitting on the bed he's actually kneeling on the bed. His faces is enshrouded in smoke. A man from a homeless encampment in Encino Smokes Crystal Meth in his room at the hotel, plaza in Van. Nuys on June fifteenth, he moved into the hotel and may onto the project room key program that's crack smoke that swirling around his head. It is. Yeah. Cranks in the device in his hand. Can I have that room? Can Can. I request that room I'd love to have I, loved. airtel people in Van Nuys because there's quite a few pictures that were taken there of the vagrants. Yeah. I'm looking rooms I'm looking at the airtel Plaza Hotel online here. Under under yelp yeah. Here's some of the reviews. airtel plaza is a wonderful getaway in the heart of the San Fernando Valley. With my stays here I've been kindly helped by Jerry Gary and sunny. They always make sure I check in easily and checkout. Happy. Maybe they refill the crack pipe for you. I. Don't want to disparage the hotel. I do. I because I think they bought up put should put up a big sign saying crack addicted homeless people are here. Beth was smoked in this Ben wouldn't you want to know that? And of course, the usual style this is that reporter again, but we keep running into him Benjamin or rescue. He writes a lot of crazy stuff. I mean, this is just What it is it's so much like if you just sat down and listen to these people, stories, youtube would be captivated and you to understand it'd be more compassionate. No I. Know I don't like seeing mental illness up close I. Don't like seeing all these emaciated people with and their addictions. I like watching people injecting heroin in their arms or smoking crack. They all have nicknamed smoky trap. Rabbit. Yeah One guy's got tattoos everywhere and they all have the story I got addicted. I couldn't get out of it. Used as a child blah, Blah Blah Blah blab something get your act together and shut the hell up. There's to be a million addiction places in the country you could walk into. This million programs that you can get, you can access and get treatment for free. So. What I'm seeing here we have Elizabeth Bolton. What an ice woman looking for food in a dumpster. She came to La with a traveling circus. That's a good decision. I was that the one that's actually yes she's perched over the dumbest she's purchased air. Yes. Right. A look in their split up with a man she came with ended up living in a homeless community but beside the river addicted to crystal Meth, well, what do you want? What do you want us to do about this? Did you take a look at Kenneth Collado the tattoos on that guy. Oh. But these. This is all mental enlisted has to be treated in an institutional setting. That's right. This is the problem with this is you're trying to normalize this and say we could all be like this. No gotTa be sympathetic we go stand their brains are fried. They don't work anymore. Okay. The brain just doesn't work so they're never going to end up making good decisions or be useful in any way it should be mandatory long-term mental health care in an institution they have to be incarcerated in that way they have to be forced to do that. Every. Day goes by again we don't have an intelligent discussion. We just have everybody silly stupid opinions. Your opinions don't matter. This person has a brain as brain damage or brain disease, and he's GonNa have that brain damaged no matter what you say. An update on the vaccine story coming. Up Next. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio App I've just caught a little update on that big story from yesterday remember the standoff in Lynnwood. They were trying to find the carjacker who ran into like condo's after supposedly a police chase a man that had carjacked. And they thought. Yesterday was the theme during this our next hour that this might be the suspect in the shooting of the La County. Sheriff's deputies. Of course found this guy last night the official released to the media was he is not a suspect in the shooting of the deputies and infect the carjacking occurred two weeks ago. We just finally found him driving in the car and there was a police chase he crashed and ran and we unleashed half the sheriff's department on that one hijacked. Yeah. Well, you know everybody's interviewing sheriff and wave and I just watched one on Channel Four? Puerto is pretty good. He was asking them really hard questions and. The bail is so high that the suspicion is even though they don't have a case against him for shooting the deputies he would be a person of interest has that for an answer I would give just learned. But the Vienna way in a way, it was very evasive. We can announce an investigation we've done the investigation so I can't tell you I think pressing him but is he a suspect? We can't say anything until we've done our investigation well. Bail is so high suspicion is he wasn't a suspect and you could say, no. He's not a suspect when you started saying we can't rule anybody out even John Kobylt Didn't say that. Now, he didn't say. I thought you'd like that making that up. Oh you're worried that that might on your I'm GonNa have to sue you. Yeah. Please do. Mark Remillard is online from ABC News reporting for Kfi the assuming we get a vaccine that works and doesn't Kill People When is it going to be released and is everyone going to be able to get the vaccine for free and HOW ARE THEY GONNA? Do it? Well, that was all discussed today. A report the federal agencies gave Congress. Let's get details from mark. How are you? Hey, guys. That's right. The health and Human Services Department today issued eleven days report talking about their efforts to prepare for when we get a vaccine and and how it's going to be allocated or what they're doing to begin. Analyzing, how to allocate it, how it's going to be distributed you down to the cost and and what they hope is that no American will have to pay at all to get a Kobe. Seen if it went into bailable. So you had that and that also came about the same time that CDC director Robert Redfield was testifying on Capitol Hill today in which she said that if we get a vaccine this year, which is possible, it will likely be in very limited supply and that we will need to prioritize who we give the vaccine to in the early stages. That's likely that American's what will not see widespread inoculation or the availability of that until maybe the middle of next year the third quarter of next year now, just within the. Last hour or so president trump at the White House again, came out to just contradict his CDC director said that he's wrong or that he misunderstood the question when he said that Americans won't see a vaccine until the middle of next year. So the White House the president has spokespeople Kaley mcenaney continue to say expect the vaccine it's coming soon in a matter of weeks even as they continue to say while the CDC and other agencies say it's GonNa take longer I heard that clip it was Dr Redfield. Right. From. Right? Yeah CDC read talking about maybe The for the third quarter, which would be July and I thought July twenty, twenty one and I thought I had is wha trump's gonna not going to deal with this very well. And Yeah well, and here we are. Essentially came out. He's actually came out to say that he's wrong and now Greenwich, it's been a few hours obviously since CDC director testified. I don't know that the president I don't know whether or not the president has spoken to Redfield. Who then told him I misunderstood the question but that's what trump said. Today wrote said this evening about that answer he said Redfield was mistake. Well. This is this is why so many people are Leery of the vaccine is that you can't get a straight answer that lasts more than a few hours. Yeah. Yeah and you know. You know it's something that this report today that got released something struck me about this report and in eleven pages the very last page talks about efforts about. So they're talking about allocation talking about distribution they're talking about costs and they have you know bullet points in and clear. You know descriptions about what they're doing and how they're handling those issues. The fourth pillar of this is communication and how health and Human Services expects to communicate with the public about a vaccine and it directly. talks about its efforts to promote vaccine confidence countering misinformation but it's on the last page and it's the explanations of what they planned to do our very jargonese. For example, to stop misinformation, they're going to work with local partners, entrusted messengers, educate key new stakeholders I. Mean I don't know what that means. Trusting Messengers. Use those words are just trying to say nothing. Right, well, and I think what this shows is just wh what I, what I thought when I read this was that it's just it's an example of maybe not for lack of trying, but it's just an example of there might just not be good answer. On how you combat this because first off I, think in general, we have an issue with misinformation right now and there's not a lot of great answers about what you do about it. But then on top of that here is you know the Department of Health and Human Services. Where it's you know oversees the CDC scientific agencies like that WHO have to say one thing about their expectations. But then you have president trump and his spokespeople saying that different things. So I think this just I just found that you know a very interesting last page to the report. was there any detail about who would get the priority? Not specifically in this report, what they said in this report is that there is a committee within the CDC that will review the vaccine candidates and is working to review them, and we'll go through a very widespread review including the safety of is the efficacy of it, but also then help to Taylor CDC policy. Include allocation now I read. Allocated to to all the people in medicine right? That makes sense. Doctors and nurses. Yeah. That's one thing that's been talked about and redfield today said you know one thing that they would look at is high risk populations is another one. So perhaps elderly people perhaps people call morbidity that would be at risk of of a more severe complication from covid nineteen but again, he said expected unlimited supply. So they need to do their best to allocate it to the right populations at first before you know you could just walk down to your pharmacy. Any other person can walk to the pharmacy or their doctor's office and get it in the way that we get food shots. It says it's GONNA, take time for that. So allocation is important. So eventually though and maybe it does take until next summer, we'd be able to go down like I did the other day to my local pharmacy and point and in a matter of a minute or two I got a flu shot. And it would be that easy presumably for this. Yeah. So I think that's the plan because you know basically one thing they're doing is they're. Trying to add providers, people who can provide these things and they did say in this report that pharmacies will play a role in that and I believe that pharmacies are being set to to be able to deliver the vaccine to administer them and so the idea is that, yes, it would be widely available and may not be filled that third quarter or middle of next year. But the other thing that they said in this was they are preparing for the possibility that it's not just a one. Shot or two shots thing like you know some other vaccines that we get that this there's a possibility because we don't know about the immunity factors that there's the possibility that if ongoing vaccines are needed as they said in the report that they would eventually work to make them universally available and then they would add them to regular routine vaccine programs and so You know they are trying to think ahead to the fact that you know immunity for this may be temporary which we just don't know. All right mark. Thanks for coming on with all the information. Guys. Thanks for having me. Mark rebel art ABC News for Kfi with all the latest on the vaccines. There's always this because people are anxious for vaccine news. So there's sort of this pressure to put something out there for people but sometimes, it is rather generic confusing because they don't know when we're GONNA. Get a vaccine early in an effective one nobody really knows it could be in a couple of months. It could be the middle of next year and that's deflating because that's ten months away. It is but you know some things are uncertain life. You just Kinda live with that. All right. We got more coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. The presidential race had a couple of wild moments in the last twenty four hours overview. Let me go to that desk after the news at four thirty. W remember. Puppy a month or two ago now that. We went to Manhattan feature. We're GONNA shoot a quick video in a park and we got cited for not wearing masks by a grouchy cop from him that yeah. Almost almost rotas up it is little. Pink. Pat. Out. To give give a citation because you gave the lame excuse that your mask was in the car and he had to go get it. You didn't like that that was. NO AGGRESSIVE AND NASTY UNFRIENDLY How are these mask laws going neighboring Hermosa beach also instituted a mandatory mask law. In this case though it was for the more crowded areas of the city, which includes the peer, the Strand area. So I kind of got curious the local newspaper the easy reader did an update there was some sort of. The houses reader. Call we used to get that in first grade. I was that was actually this is what it was called. It was a first grade newspaper for little kids the easy reader. Oh, they should be embarrassed. This is for most of the Beach Manhattan Beach Redondo, beach, I see reader the south. Bay. Now. I didn't know that I had something like that, but it wasn't called easy reader so well so they they they claim that they issue two hundred and twenty one citations over the Labor Day weekend. The police chief said that locals approve but here's the problem was couple of problems. A couple of the council members were just taken that at face value and said. I've been up and down around the area we're supposed to enforce and I see plenty of people without masks. How could you call this a success? And then the second part of this, which is jaw dropping. One of the council said I heard that these security guards and that's what they hired. It's not being done by local police. It's being done by security guards from a private contract, right? Sixty five dollars an hour. Our sponsor was the guards aren't paid that we pay to the contracting. Company. Wow that's a great profit margin. You can pay those goof off what ten twelve, fifteen dollars an hour. Now. I don't know twelve fifteen. You could pocket the other fifty bucks. I'm doing this so. Okay Sixty five dollars an hour. The contract is the guy who runs the company who does he know in government? This to be a connection. How does that guy get the contract and in this article it was to stay Dropping reference like nobody said, that's outrageous. It sixty five dollars per guard they have out there. Sixty five dollars an hour is the net cost to have the. Hermosa beach did they get hosed oh? That's there's something corrupt there. It says the amount that is built by the contractor sixty five dollars an hour people way I read this for each guard to tell people to wear masks. Seriously or the other part of this is I've done my own anecdotal spying. Last week and I happen to walk by the Pier I saw four, them do all four of them were doing. Eating. nope scanning their cellphones. Their flipping through and I walked past a number of unmasked people not that I care really. But I just thought that was funny because you get bone done both. If, YOU'RE GONNA have the damn law don't have them standing around with their cell phone. At Sixty, five bucks an hour. First of all, I don't want this because sixty five bucks an hour take their your property taxes, contracting companies getting boost to money that as a huge rip off. That's that's a great. Quick Short story about government and action. Yeah right? Yeah. No, that's For PR purposes, we're going to have a mask law and they go and hire a company, a charges sixty five dollars an hour per security guard who don't did not doing anything. It's the kickback they claim they did citations, they issue them. Usually. What they do is they try to find large groups of people that masks they claim they go for a larger mass. In government getting the kickback. Because if you have to pay most fifteen dollars to the security guard that least fifty bucks now, it's a great profit somebody in government has got to be saying, Hey, look I got you this deal. So. Little this way. How about twenty? Have a twenty per guard per hour. We'll check in on old Joe Old Donald. Coming up neck for kids you just as Brighton Justice, talents, White Kids I. Hope they now go and take a look at the orange, the oranges of the. Investigation rewind arteries. Pony show in June of Seventeen, seventy five. Continental Congress created a unified army. Man The. It. Ran. The Rampart and it get hot I got I got Harry legs. They can name it whatever they can. Teachers will clear. Going nuts. And now an update from the presidential race. Is John and Ken. John Kobylt. Ken. Chiampou KFI and six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP I WANNA be clear I'm not going not. That that was a great selection their. Hurts is presidential race is that they don't do as much in person appearances because the whole pandemic nonsense so. We'd probably would be a lot more stuff for the desk. Yeah. Do have a brand new piece of audio. From Joe Biden it a campaign of it yesterday in Tampa, Florida, which people are trying to unpack. Let's play it. The ability to again know how to know. The ability to find jobs and connect people with jobs, and that's what we spent a lot of time doing an art administration. Getting providing. Significant number of the government jobs. In the federal government because if you could take care, you were a quartermaster, you can sure help take care run in A. Department Store. Thing at word. And the second floor of the ladies departure. Jeez. Yeah. I looked up what a quartermaster it is it to a military officer responsible for providing quarters, rations, clothing and other supplies. So is he saying? If you work quartermaster and you were charges supplying clothing and rations you could work. In the Ladies Department of the Department. Store because they sell clothing there. I don't know by DAG believe in use that term. Moore's at old milita quarter. I have not heard that in a long time. And I he's. So he thinks said the this is what I used to do with Obama and government. They used to provide jobs to military guys and they get the quarterback Thor's working at selling ladies clothing. Yeah. Work at any in macy's. You're trying to unravel this. Rain Pavel the there was a thought in there was an original thought. And then it hit. An iceberg or something and Play that again. Is it still in the computer did get a raise the red. The ability to again know how to know. The ability to find yards and connect people with jobs, and that's what we spend a Lotta time doing an art administration. Getting providing significant number of a government job government in the federal government because if you could take. It were quartermaster you can sure and help take care running A. Department Store of thing at were. And, the second floor of the Ladies Department or you know what I mean. But that's not a government job. No no there's no way to make sense of the whole thing he's speaking through a mask I'm looking at the photo was at Hillsborough Community, college, Tampa through mass. That's why it sounds a little muffled and he's getting short of oxygen. Now trump has been running around trying to tell people who will listen and it's usually Fox and friends that Biden was taken something during the Democratic presidential debates. Inferring that Biden's taking some drug. To make him more lucid maybe during the debates could you is there something you could take cure some senator lert well, something like Atarot right that helps dramatically with concentration for kids with. adhd yeah? I'm just making this up I'm wondering if there's something similar I was just driving and I heard a commercial for president and they have some guy saying it helps him with his memory. He can. Now he's quickly. TV. Yes. Yeah I forgot I saw those TV ads. And the guy sounded like Biden maybe it was an endorsement he was doing. I got. I got cans joke. Joe Now, you did it went. Right over your head. He doesn't listen to me it doesn't matter I. Thank you separate mark. Sometimes. And by the way, I thought of you yesterday because I got a message I have satellite TV in the central messages for programming. Yeah and I was outraged on your behalf you were yeah. You know what? It said celebrate the're week. So I clicked it and it said go to the great outdoor channel and watch some of the greatest deer hunts in history. Gusting which should I thought of you and I said I was the outdoor channel, the outdoor channel you don't have that one. I will go look for I'm not interested in having that channel now. I was I was like I'm offended you send that I wanNA watch deer being shot. Thank you and I'm glad that you were. Our road there such a thing. There are some people like to hunt them with bows and Arrows Oh. Yeah. I know that's that's disgusting also. It's actually worse because a bullet between the eyes will kill the deer but man, you get it with an Arrow when it's So cruel you ever have Dear me. It's really good. Out of your mind hasty now. China's. Story now. Own Medicine is a is a is a one I just it's not around very much. They're lovely creatures. Why would I want to eat them well, because they're not gonna be around forever anyway. Right So you might as well get some benefit before they go now and they make for a good juicy steak. I had a keen Wa Burger the other day. Thing I don't need I don't need. Dake. Keynotes, you're not even an American. But. Anyway, he said this four years ago about Hillary Clinton to. Maybe. She should take drug testing. This is the first time he's trotted out there. Now the other thing that happened which is really bizarre. Apparently Biden. was appearing at some event. A campaign event in Florida. and to appeal to the Hispanic. Group something about Hispanic heritage month. He picked up his phone and he played a song called d'esposito I think it was a hit record by Louis Fonzie you probably don't know I've heard that. That was a huge wasn't Justin Bieber on that. I don't remember I remember the song but I don't remember. Yeah, it was a huge hit a few years ago, and then he starts pop into it was kind of a weird moment. She's so apparently. Trump or somebody in the trump campaign. We have the audio decided to goof on that, but they changed the song from d'esposito to bleep the police. Remember that song from years ago the rap song from the nineties. Yeah. F The police police, which is a long time ago wraps on. So here's what happened. I just have one thing to say. Underground. Back Dancing him he pops back and forth you've seen the original video say. And W as did that song number NWEA's can't say it right. That was the group. He did the kind of silly though because he stands there holding the phone starts bopping on on one foot like I'm really into this. Seventy, seven year, old guys is going Can't wait for the debate while haunts me that story we did yesterday about how they're managing him because of Covid nineteen keeping them in the bubble they're doing this with him with everything yes. They know it's not just that you might get covert night. It said he can't. He's not there. He's not there. It's not just the virus it's the dementia. You will not see we mentioned earlier in the show trump at a town hall with ABC News probably a mistake but Biden's camp said, he can't fit it into our schedule. They don't want him on live TV with people ask him a question. No No. He's been doing those interviews with with teleprompter. With a teleprompter or note cards or cue cards I really think they probably know what the questions generally aren't they shoot up the answer real quick. They ask about healthcare throughout. The questions in advance normally it's like what questions you can ask and so you give stock lines on acute card. and. You try to set it up. So looks like Joe's looking into the camera, but he's actually reading lines. And response to trump's tweet with after police was he's a fool. Homemade been on that was response to the drug test question be. Biden's drug that's great. Days the debate. How many twelve? Twelve days. Yeah. It's two Mondays from now. I was a Tuesday. Why is that in my brain that it's a Tuesday? Oh, temper twenty-ninth right thirteen days. No we're excited but was listener actually. emailed. Yesterday wonder if we're going to do one of those big theater shows, we can't do that. We want to You know we'd get close down in five minutes. Johnny take it far away with allow that Arizona. John and Ken show John Kobylt Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. Well you know one of the big stories last week came from our own Steve Gregory. He got audio La County Health Director Dr Barbara for rare. Saying that you're looking at reopening the schools. Think about it after election day and of course. We made a lot of that because that was a strange reference point for her to pick. She could've said late October early November after Halloween. And yesterday in La County. Board of Supervisors meeting addressed that and said, maybe it was a poor choice of words but anyway yeah. But you know it took a long time to respond at all to it. No one I think they questioned Tara, she was questioned by the only county board of supervisors and maybe somebody brought it up. I found it weird that she never addressed it after that was a whole controversy make national news I mean Barbara, as make much national news and she did it by implying that, hey, you know we're wait until trump loses and then we'll open the schools. Well the frustration over schools brings us to our next guest. Angela Angela cut bill is Vice President Board. Of Education Las Virginis Unified School district at covers, Calabasas Westlake village Agoura Hills Hidden Hills and the Ventura County Area Bell Canyon along with a few. Unincorporated areas she wrote to us about her frustrations with trying to get the kids back in the classrooms. One of the frustrations is private schools all around her are opening up. and she doesn't understand why the public schools. Are Being shut down here. And did you list the? Did you all the towns here I did? I mean. That's A lot of people that are getting affected here who can't send their kid this school Angela cut bill vice president. Board. Of Education Las Virgin School district. How are you? I'm great. Thanks for having me on guys. So the private schools are operating. Yes, in some cases, they're calling it camp. you know and they're being creative like will have kids in one classroom and maybe the teachers next door and other classroom in some cases just opened there. I think the attitude to coming out she's being projected on a on a computer screen from the other room. In some cases. I had one parent. Tell me she how to private school that's running a camp and she said, my son went to that camp. There are teachers in the classroom, not tin counselors or not wearing t shirts they're not swimming their class. So they're. Yeah and you know look out trying to shut anybody down but. Our view is if it's safe for private schools to be open and we have invested a million and a half dollars and PB and cleaning and safety protocols, and you know things that zapped the error and plans for Co hoarding students. Then why can't we open? So wh-. Constant. Back and forth from the county, it's crazy making under your. Under the plan, what would the classroom look like with the teacher be protected with a glass panel for example, or wearing a face shield wh what are the details of what she? Calls for masking for Taping off desks and tables we have electrostatic cleaners we've invested in like these thermo scan things like they haven't lax where a teacher can look out and take everybody's temperature at once. So we're trying to be really awful. It's always been doing. You know we do take this seriously I believe I'm right in saying we were the first public school district in the state to shut down We were certainly among the first but I believe we were the first we take Colin seriously but. Kids need to be back in school what's happening with the mental health of our students and And getting them back in class is just imperative. Now, you're running into a blockade with the county supervisor Sheila you'll. Well you know we've been talking to the county and you know out of the blue, they kind of went oh, get your waiver applications ready that they the state had said that. Counties could set up a system where you could get a waiver for K. through six. You know the kids who really need to be back in school, and so we were like, Oh okay we got them ready and then she looked sent out an email to all the school board president in her area and all the superintendent saying well I don't want schools to open. because. You know she doesn't think it's safe and we're like, but you SORTA process and now she's not reply to any of our emails I mean my she's probe. It just seems like a real detailed nuanced discussion here that if you lay out all the things you're going to do. To limit the danger. then. She's got say that that. Works and what we're doing find out all the plans that we have, and so what we have right now is a system where. We have childcare providers on some of our campuses who rent space from us like the why boys and Girls Club. So some of them are operating at their own facility. So for instance, in my distric, you can spend I think it's eight hundred sixty dollars and drop your kid off at the Ymca. And they have people who will get them through our less Virginis virtual school day. So it solves the childcare problem. It solves the education and I don't fault these people for doing this I mean, that's the system they've set up, but I have parents saying to me. How is it? I? Pay My public you know my taxes, my property taxes for public school but another nine hundred dollars and they can go and basically get their public school and I don't have an answer for that. You know there's one There's these learning pods popping up. There's one teacher in my neighborhood WHO's making? Over eleven thousand dollars a month with twelve kids being dropped off and she gets into the school day and. We're. Retired teacher, right You know we're we're seeing a lot of credentialed teachers who can make more money doing this. You know art teachers are doing great. We we have avert were online virtual and we did pull parents. So we have twenty percent of our parents who said look we don't WanNA come back next school year whatever. So that they are around in a virtual academy, they do not have to come back. We're not trying to force those people back. We get it they have health concerns, but other people do their kids back in school and why should they pay to play very Much is the Teacher's Union opposed to this and are they calling the shots? You know we have a really good relationship out here with our. Teachers Unions I, mean I think some of them have concerns, but we have been working with them from the beginning about. Here's the things we're doing. Here's how we're being careful. Because the Teachers Union in La has been against it and that's the. Or? Ask me here. Sitting out here on the fringes of Shula cules district. And if you look at the map for district I, think you know my experience with her office as I. Don't believe I actually believe she has disdain for this part of the district. From some of the have. Yes I. Areas. She's got disdained depending on the Democrat. Can you hold on Angela? Absolutely, we'll talk more now with Angela cut bill. That's who you hearing. She's Vice President of the Board of Education for the last versions unified school district. It's a pretty big one. We're talking about Calabasas Westlake village, Agoura hills, hidden hills, and some sections of Ventura, county, unincorporated areas part of as you just heard, Sheila Kills La County supervisorial district. She's frustrated with the to get those kids back in the classroom they need to get back more coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi. Am Six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP we continue with Angela cut bill. She's the vice president of the Board of Education and lots virtuous school district, which covers Calabasas Westlake village gory sales nails. even a little piece of in Tour County. This is the northern edge of La County red at the Ventura County wine. And shish wrote to us. She was saying that she's really frustrated about getting kids back in the classrooms and did agree to come on the air and talk about it in more. Detail and Angela you hurt us. We mentioned right before we put you on the air the update on Dr Barbara for rare who's really calling all the shots on this and. Audio we got last week that nothing's going to happen with the schools until after election day, which took to mean you know, let's postpone this past the election but whatever for someone in your position that's a ways off I mean the debt bother you. Others this a lot you know we're we're trying to make plans. You know as I said, I worry about the the parents who can't afford to be a learning pot or something like that I. Worry about special needs, kids I worry about kids in. It'd be in school for a lot of reasons and you know the mental health of our kids and I'm not talking theoretically here I'm not talking like studies show or across the country we have depressed kids. Right, now in our, we have a counseling center. It is full and you know I read something the other day about, and it makes sense to me. Adolescent girls are really suffering because adolescent girls are very social creatures, right? It's about their friends and their activities well, now they're at home and what are they have? They have social media and they have texting and what are the two things to make Melissa girl feel terrible about yourself, social media and texting. What are the kids talking about in general in these counseling sessions? You know they're down there just in this terrible funk I mean, look you know my husband's zooming all day He finds it wearing and tarring but you know we're grateful he's working I. Find Zoom Meetings Star I can't imagine being like a first grader and parents need to get back to work you know I my kids are in their twenties now. So I'm lucky in that I don't have them at home trying to manage them, but parents are trying to do their job from home. And manage kids being cool I, tell you what is bothered me almost from day one is that get these press conferences? Where the governor of the Mayor Barbara Ferrer. Give pronouncements. They're not questioned in fact, the press is kept on phone lines and anyone like Steve Gregory Harry Kfi. Who Asks tougher questions is ostracized they never get called on. So there there's there's no back and forth and I we've talked to other public officials we just talked to Don Wagner, the county supervisor nerve I they get all kinds of conflicting nonsense from the governor's office on opening businesses will do you get on the phone with them? Well they don't have any answers. You know they they or they don't answer the phone and they don't have an honest open back and forth discussion like you're telling me with. Sheila kill. You can't even get hers La County Supervisor to respond to your emails and you you have a detailed plan on how to conduct class in a safe manner as you possibly can and what what is irritating is it is such a top down dictatorial environment. And we're all on the outside standing helpless this one-size-fits-all as well. Well, that's it and you know when you describe our district, the interesting thing about our school district is we're this north west end of the county. Our numbers are very different from La, county numbers. So we asking them to not look at La County as this giant homogeneous thing where everything is consistent throughout the district I'm talking about this from the beginning because if you look, let's say East Los Angeles has over six thousand cases. You take a lot of sections in west La and probably up by where the numbers of virus. Cases are in double digits up on Hilton Medically low children. There's like three children in the entire state that have actually died from the virus. The numbers are exceptionally low way lower than the flu is going to be when it comes to serious illnesses for children it's as. We came you know like I said we were the one of the first district's if not the first to shut down somehow we went from flattening the curve to we must create a scenario where no one can ever catch this and I don't know how we operate like that. Well, there's nobody to appeal to hear there's nobody in charge who will sit down and talk rationally to anyone. And I think right now we're just kind of other boiling point because you know look we're used to being ignored by the county out here for instance, two years ago Amazingly, we don't have any say on whether we are schools can be used as polling places and two years ago when they started this, we're going to expand voting to eleven days we were advocating hard that. We're trying to keep our campuses safe people are freaked out about school shootings. We're trying to control his on them. Now, you want us to open them up for eleven days people wander around and we couldn't get anyone at any county level. I couldn't get the LA. Times. To even print my letter. I couldn't get couldn't get. Because, all they care about is is pushing their political agenda and they. Voting because then their side gets more votes that way that's why they don't care about the safety year campus, they'll care for two days ago. Something bad happens. You Know Superintendent's cinema list of thirty places that have an expectation of the public coming onto those properties. You know civic centers, public libraries please have those they rejected those they're like, no, we'll take your schools. So you know we're we're kind of used to this but I think when we see that kids are being hurt in this one, it's hard to not not be quiet it. S private. Schools, open. There will be some people test positive. There's GonNa be some sickness with that happening with an opening up. So now that's GonNa screw our metrics and we'll be even further how Makes me crazy. Thank you for coming on. Very passionate. We appreciate your input. For Having Me Guys Big Fan love your show nine. Angela cut bill is Vice President Board of Ed Virtuous Unified School district in that's out there in the northwest part of La County Westlake village Agoura Hills Hidden Hills Calabasas. Frustrated with not getting the kids back in the classroom soon, more coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio. Voice light is coming back just a couple of days to check it out leave us a voicemail at one, eight, seven, seven, voice eighty, six, one, eight, seven, seven, six, six, four, seven, eight, eight, six story that we spent. A big portion of the show on late yesterday. What was going on in Lynnwood? Swat teams are you Jelly County Sheriff's Department Response To try to find a man who was only being described as a carjacker. Who've gotten to a collision? Ran Supposedly hid among the condos apartments that are in this neighborhood and Lynnwood it started around noon carried through our show and apparently didn't really end until almost ten pm last night when they found the guy hiding apparently hidden a dumpster at some point or. And pulled him out. He's Deonte Murray. And it says in the update of the story that officially. He is not a suspect in the shooting of the to La County. Sheriff's deputies last Saturday night. In, Compton while they were sitting in their patrol car, the whole country knows that story by now the two officers who were wounded the cryptic part of this is he might be. Because last night. All the police sources inland several media outlets were buzzing with the story that he was possibly the shooter. In that case, but it may be they don't have enough evidence to put the case together yet. That's right. So what we've learned since then which we did not know yesterday at this time. The carjacking he's accused of occurred two weeks ago. where he took a man's car and shot him in the leg. They apparently yesterday around noon got a pretty good tip that it looked like the cars out there on the roads. Let's go get him. And that's where they had the short chase and that's where he crashed and that's we ran into the conduct's okay. That's what happened. In the ensuing time. Word was buzzing that he may also be somebody they WANNA question with regards to the shooting of the deputies. And today in some cagey responses sheriff in a waiver was saying things like well, we don't have a full investigation on him for that yet. So we can't say anything about that yet. We don't know I can't get ahead of this. He's arrested for this carjacking. That's what we got him for right now. They may be working him over the spoke last night was the same thing he was. He's making it clear that he's not a suspect but wasn't was not adamantly ruling out the possibility that he will be a suspect or is a suspect unofficially behind the seeds in a way was phrasing it you could tell it's I something's up here. Thank he's a gang member says gang investigators got an arrest warrant against searching for him, and the bail is really high for a crime of this sort. So Oh, and that's why speculation is they think he might be the shooter they wanNA hold onto him. So they can link the case and the forces they deployed. Last night was far outsized what you normally use for a single. would be gunmen or a carjacker from two weeks ago you wouldn't unleash that kind of L. Those officers, and all that equipment I mean it'd been Steve said it was a blocks worth of equipment in an entire school parking lot. Filled with cars in in Swat vehicles and God knows what? So stay tuned on that story, there may be some developments in the coming days. Back to the pandemics affect on the economy. This city of Anaheim is asking governor newsom to allow Disneyland and Disney California adventure. To Open. Why they have a one hundred, million dollars shortfall in their budget. That's how much data business matters to the city of Anaheim. They have now intervened and asking them I. do something I cannot believe. It's September. The numbers have been going down considerably for awhile This is so abusive. This is so damaging. I don't know what what, what is the new some trying to prove what what, what are all these people trying to prove talking with the woman from the LAS virgenes school district who can't get an email reply from Sheila kill what what are they trying to prove? You're in charge and people ask to you and they say there's one little outbreak the look like fools there at. That was never did nobody ever said that the purpose was to never have a case we are going to have cases for years even after the vaccine people are still GonNa get this like they get the flu like every other thing that's floating around. Out This it's absurd. It's absolutely absurd. Will never ever do anything again if that's the it was supposed to be fighting the curve which was flattened I think months ago. Remember fifteen days. I mean this is just this is just abusive power and everybody's too chicken to really revolt against it. But he got a mighty I think today that sixty percent of the businesses that are closed are gonna be closed permanently. By where YELP did it analysis of it? Oh. Well they talked to in this story. In Anaheim the spokes hole is Mike Lyster. It's not a good name for spoke whole lyster. Hawaii. LYSTER But he said it's bizarre because you have. Museums. Open beaches open zoos open and most AC- rolled in San Diego's open. How can it be a threat to be walking around outside at? Disneyland is it a threat to go on the amusement rights? That's just not possible. It's not possible for it to be a major threat. No. covid nineteen outbreaks have been reported at Disney Universal Seaworld Busch, gardens six flags, Lego Land and Cedar Fair Parks Florida Texas, Illinois, Pennsylvania New Jersey Virginia Michigan, you don't catch it with the wind and the sunshine. And people generally. Generally keep away from strangers. They. Do people stay in their own groups with their own families their during their not intentionally mixing you got the lines so to get on rides but you can separate you get dead to. There's plenty of room to space that out I I mean I've gone to grocery stores for six months. You have to I've never seen anybody like crowd someone else at the grocery store. Standing line to check backsaw everybody plays a long I did this is just abusive? And and I can't believe Disney putting up with this I mean for God mentioned the money that the district executives give. Somebody like do some. They. Don't they don't have any sway. It's not just that Disneyland's close all those hotels and other businesses. Accountable, the tourism, and apparently the convention center there to Anaheim. The Honda Center wrong. It's wrong. I cannot believe how our entire society caved in and. To a bunch of. A. Bunch of obsessive compulsive dictators like like newsom. I I don't understand it. You know he's he's clearly not very bright clearly in over his head, he clearly panicked when he was freaking out claimed twenty, five billion people were going to get the virus. You know he changed his mind constantly his his Is Protocols have been confusing and contradictory and nobody knows where they stand from week to week. He's not helpful. He has no real conversations with anybody a doesn't open himself up to press scrutiny. I don't know why anyone's listening to this guy. I'm just amazed how respectful everybody is of of his power. Right when we come back how come. Is taking action fitness centers have sued the state and the county also saying come on, let us reopen more coming up. John and Ken show John Kobylt and Ken. Chiampou Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio APP. The Johnny Ken Voter Guide is up on the website. It's mostly about the twelve statewide ballot propositions. Go check it out. We'll give you yes or no on all of them movie talking about them in the coming weeks but that's your voter guy. There's a couple of races we picked they'll be more to come. So, keep checking that every now and then. The story, we didn't put up the website and it's probably a good thing was. BREITBART special. Tells burnt off a guy's face drug in Mexico is that yeah that's a color photo here Oh my God. Schmidt I guess they burned his face off and he still standing with his He's not Sean. Chunks of flesh are are hanging off his face. They didn't build them I think think they tortured and then killed him I think. Yeah. Took those pictures to send out a message. They used rubbing alcohol to set fire to his face he screamed in agony and begged to be killed. This is out there man. That's not a that's not a good job to take. He understand fitness people have also been fighting back. They have filed a lawsuit against Gavin newsom in La County officials. Requiring, gyms to close without providing any evidence that they contribute to virus outbreaks does another one. The UP. And Out, there's not been any stories that I've seen a big JIM outbreaks. There's an occasional story. There was one of those famous trainers I think she's even on Kfi. Remember Jillian Michaels. Yeah She said she believes she got covert at the gym and she recommends the city doesn't know when she admitted. It was like a friend of hers like what did you do stand inch apart Yeah Yeah. You know what? I saw guy early on he said Yeah I don't know where I got. It must have been touching a gas pump gas pump handle. Jetted touching a gas pump people say stuff and then newspapers printed. You don't know where you got it. No that's not even a good. That's that's why you have to. You could get it theoretically anywhere if an infected person is in your face for ten minutes. The most likely when you get the droplets, right you have to get the droplets and has to be A. Blast either it's got to be a direct sneeze in your face or they've got to be talking to you in the droplets Bator over you for ten minutes and it helps if you're you're close up within six feet and you're an enclosed area where there's not a lot of airflow. A Long Way from what they call and they're stupid tear colored. In terms of getting our infection rates down minimal infection than gyms can reopen at fifty percent right now, if you just move one tier, it's only ten percent capacity now. You don't and it's nonsense because because La County is so ridiculously large geographically it's again like the woman. Who's with the Board of Michigan in last virgin is they are so far away from the side of Los Angeles. I I don't want I don't understand why these arbitrary geographical lines drawn. That decide whether you're in a high risk zone or a low risk zone, the people up around Calabasas or in a very low risk zone. Did. They shouldn't be governed by the same rules as people elsewhere in the city or in the county it's it's absurd. It's conway time. Is it how absurd yet? I saw this Dr of Harare today and she said, you know we're at point eight. Infections one, hundred, thousand or eight infections per hundred thousand we have to get to seven instead of eight. That's one person out of one, hundred thousand, and then we can open up all the schools and everything. That's ridiculous. It is. It's review into the coliseum filled with with all with one hundred thousand people if one more guy was sick then close everything up. That's incredible. One person. They're crazy people and they do not want to relinquish their power. They don't want to give it up. Yeah. Now I, understand it to. Else. They GONNA do. I mean she's on TV every single day. Pop Africa's coming out with us. He won the Kentucky Derby Steve Gregory's coming on with us. He didn't win the Kentucky Derby. The sheriff's department and then Shannon Ferren is coming out with eight o'clock talk about the Bobcat fire, right? I. Guess Close to her her McDonald's and. She can't get her new spicy chicken nuggets or something like that. Wow that's breaking news. Like that, why did we have ron? Can't get her. Hey. By the way I can you guys do me a favor? a pain in the ASS. But if on your voter guide, you can list the propositions or the ballot measures that will increase my taxes and just give me the number. So I can vote against every single effing one of those. Well definitely prop fifteen because if they raise property taxes on commercial properties, you're going to be paying that bill so far no one. But how many others are there for raising taxes? Off The top of my head is not a lot Oh. Gosh, really quick but I, will let you know tomorrow I'll give you lease because I'm gonNA announce of now until November third no more taxes they had enough not money and. Tim Conway in his own special little. With you too. They. Don't let them in the studio anymore. She's not Mahal. Way. Gina Cranach the news Kfi am six forty. There's a lot of misinformation out there and none of it is allowed here. K.. K. O. S. T. HD two Los Angeles Orange County. Everywhere. On the radio APP. Saying tallest not the same thing I've seen out at the Fisher. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of planes recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having assurance that no matter what is long as we were there for Anson that someone will be there to take care of us. It took so much weight off our shoulders out. Can you help go to fisherhouse? Dot Org.

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Putting Social Media Myths to the Test

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Putting Social Media Myths to the Test

"This episode of the duct tape marketing podcast is brought to you by top t. o. p. t. o. dot com slash josh duct tape and if you go to that link you're gonna find out how you can get a six week. Extended trial of this google ads optimization software hello and welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcast. This is jon jansen. My guest today is scott airs. He is a content scientist at a gore pulse and he's also a contributor to the social media lab at agora pulse and that's what we're going to talk about today so scott. Thanks for joining me. Hey appreciate you having me on. Have you know i've listened and followed you for well over a decade now probably so it's great to get to talk to you for the first time ever yeah well. I've been a fan of what you guys are doing there at the lab. I think everybody really likes to see you know. Experts like me can pontificate about stuff all day. Long people like to see results of the yeah. I think that's i i was part of the problem for a very long time. I was telling me the other day late. You know for eight nine years. I've blog than in written about social media but it was usually that opinion types. Here's what i think should work or the top five things the post instagram but there's no data behind was just off the top of your head and so i think we've as experts of unfortunately fortunately fed that too much so i love that <hes> you know we're running these long-form experiments and really just testing weird little things to see if they really work or not well and i think the right answer to a lot of people's questions is who knows i mean because you know i get asked all the time. How often should i blog what blog how length should have blog posts. Oh spe- and i really my best consultant. Answer is defense and i think that's that's probably what the data is actually proving out to you so explain a <hes> an experiment. I mean how do you how do you pick it. What does it look like. What do you hope to gain kind of. Go through the process of an experiment that you perform yeah so basically what we do is. We are actually do follow closest. We can the the scientific method. Remember that from ninth grade biology <hes> so what we do is as we kind of. Go out there and see what people are talking about or see what people will have pose questions to us. Hey what is this. Can you do this or is this better than that. <hes> and then we we look sooner base said and see if we can test it first because there's some things we simply can't test if someone comes to me and says you know what content works best with a fifty overcrowd- well unless i have a bunch of pages and you know in in <unk> targeted towards that demographic i really can't test it <hes> because a product may not fit them <hes> we formally some hypothesis based on all of that that research that we've done from experts if we can find anything a lot of times. I'll find stuff and just opinions. There's there's no data on it <hes> and then then we go through the process we we do the hypothesis as we we start the test and run it typically. Most of our tests are going to run from anywhere the tin the thirty days just depending on what it is that we're testing <hes> paid ads tend to be about ten in a fourteen days just yeah just based on the ads typically work <hes> and then we pull the data and i i spend any enormous amount of time in spreadsheets and <hes> because i'm the type where even though i can go to tools you know even like agora pulse or whatever's out there and pull data. I i like to go straight to the source just to make sure that everything's legit one hundred percent. There's nobody can question what the data says so we take all that data and try to draw a conclusion on it and what we do is we use. Who's a <hes> thank all the statistical significance calculator which is a phrase. I couldn't say two and a half years ago <hes> because a tongue twister but basically what that does is you put all the numbers into this formula and puts out what's called a p value and the p values at least ninety five percent or higher it means you have at least ninety five to one hundred percents certainty that if i run this test again or if you john ran this test you should get the same results and signed as far as the data science geeks were concerned ninety five percents minimum where you and i probably would've said hey fifty percents pretty darn good <hes> but we had to have that ninety five percent before we can say yes. This is statistically significant and lot of times. We find out like you were saying in the beginning. Sometimes we find it didn't really matter you know so if one of them's easier to do in the other remarkable do that or if if you prefer it better you might as well do that and so sometimes we come up in our results just don't show of anything but it does show is that hey that effort that took you thirty hours. A week is a lot you you shouldn't do that when you can do ten hours a week so that's kind of how we go through the process quick nutshell i kind of live by the motto that fifty percent percent of the time ninety percent of the statistics are made up to prove right right so so how do you though account count and i know that the the calculator and the peace corps you know he's trying to say yeah plus or minus you know so much but how do you in social media account for there's so many any ferry ables that come into play in line and the experience you know on a tuesday in texas if the wind's blowing facebook's going to show something else yeah i mean we try how to do our best and sometimes we just simply. Can't we've gotten better as we get older here but we try to do it across a couple of different accounts depend on whatever that were tested. I guess you said you're getting better as you get older well as as a lab gets older and i'm getting older too. I'm in my forties now so i'm a little less stubborn as a you know i'm getting more stubborn actually probably but i'm actually learning which which is you know hard for you in your forties <hes> but yeah so i mean what we're trying to do now is we. We try to test across multiple accounts in multiple industries that way you know because if you just is test abandoned about a lot of us in social marketing you can probably attest to this. We say hey go do this. I you know i started to say back. When periscope started. I started a periscope account and got ten thousand followers watching it. Will you have a hundred thousand followers. Yeah sure you probably did get ten thousand people to watch it but you know bob shoe shack the has ten twitter followers. No one's gonna watch his periscope and so i think in the social media marketing while we were were guilty of that too much just kind of pontificating what work really well oh for us we assume will work with everybody else in it doesn't so you know i like testing on a small business accounts and local accounts or like right now on instagram. I've got like eight or nine accounts. I've been working on for months there entertainment pages if you will you know they're about animals or about cars motorcycles fitness industry that sort of stuff <hes> but they're all different niches that are very targeted getting their followers and being engaged that way now i can test on him and kinda get an average across the board. <hes> that really helps because what would happen is you have two accounts into same niche and you test on it will. It is may work for that niche. It may work for the other one. Yeah and i and i think that's the caveat with all of this. I mean even though what you're in some ways doing. I think is providing people maybe a shortcut but they've still got to do their own testing well yeah. I think everybody should always test matter. What is even even last week put out. There's kind of gives you a guide. You know here this. This dead work you go. Try it and see if you're just if you're someone out there who's who has a business in your to solicit one hundred hundred percent what somebody says in doing it and never testing then you don't know you may be missing out on something. That could have been working for you just because you were you. Read the blog on it. <hes> <hes> so i think you should always test up change up what you're posting constantly because when social like you said earlier social changes so quickly that you know on tuesday newsday the wind blowing across here in texas the algorithm changes <hes> and so you got to constantly move around but i do think we our goal is just to kinda help you. You know if we start at square square one it. Maybe we can help you get the square two or three a little bit faster. It's really our main goal so let's talk about a couple of of the experiments and and you can expand on it but i'll i'll start by kind of what you were trying to test so wonderful recent ones in a lot of people in facebook. You know they've given you lots of options now. You can have a video care social image single image ad so you're trying to get trial sign ups and you were testing the carousel. The hypothesis authorises was the carousel ad will outperform the single image ad and generate more free trial sign ups and i guess it's worth noting that that you were hypothesizing zinger result you were just saying let's just these things you're actually suggesting that you've thought a commercial add perform a single image and i i would be behind that. Would you find out in the end you mean this was an experiment. We had done by got him charlie lawrence. Give charlie a shadow the guy over in the u._k. Love charlie the death. Sometimes we have guests. Bloggers lagers do do stuff for is which is kind of fun because they have a different set of accounts and we have <hes> and so it's always nice <hes>. We're doing a test right now with another couple of other countries. I won't name him here just in case there the competing sponsors but you know we we love him. We get other people to get on there. So charlie ran this experiment <hes> trying to get trials over to gore polls and in the end it didn't find out much almost it was almost a wash. <hes> you know the the clicks on. Let's say the free trial sounds. Let's look look at that number because that was the one we focused on the carousel. Ad format got fifty one free trials. The single ad image got fifty free trial so basically basically the same <hes> we spent the same exact amount of money on the reach was almost identical link clicks were unless identical so what it found on the in it is neither one of them generated needed more sign ups. Neither one of them out performed better than the other one so kind of what that tells me and tells us. Is you know while it might look a little bit better better to have the multiple carousels. You don't necessarily need to do it and take the time to do it. <hes> because there are a lot of people who don't have that option. Maybe they don't have enough images to do especially thinking about you know a small business or something didn't have it set up <hes> so in our case. It doesn't matter if we did it either way now caveat there. We didn't on one account and we just did it on you into our free trial sign up so obviously you gotta know that when you're reading this at it may not apply to you if you're trying to get foot traffic into your store or something like that well just put <music> out another shot up for testing. I mean you know you theoretically could have changed out that single image and maybe it would have bombed or you could have seen right romney variables. I know especially the paid. Hey dad's a pay. Dads are in a lot of our paid ads right now. I just started doing him a lot of the lab now and the stuff you can. I will say the cool thing in facebook ads manager that that i'm i'm just in love with is the ability to a._b. Test on the ads without having it used to be member you you had to run to separate. Add your own set him up now. Just like boom. I wanna test two different images and now you can just test two different images. I'm in love with ads manager right now because to to the same audience that's what was always kill. You had to create separate so so even then you created your own variables. You know yeah any ads run at different times or they might get the the the worst you can do when you're running at experiment is accidentally. Let it go to a different placement than the other one. <hes> like i just set up one here recently <hes> testing <hes> an image that was our graphic from our blog and for the drive traffic versus graphic with me and we're on a podcast we can't sees but normally awareness big orange wig lab coat <hes> when i'm in our live show presentation stations to one of the other one is that image of me you know hands up in there or something like that some kind of curious to see if people click based on an actual photo versus the typical all featured animated image we use for our blog <hes> but it took like two seconds to set it up in ads manager we were done and you know one thing that i've learned over the years is is there's a lot of times where it just makes me hooked on testing. There's so many times i'll go. This is gonna this look at this image. It's awesome. It's gonna but never does. I'm always is wrong and so it. There's no accounting for taste. Yeah i think that's true and you know and it's a cure. It's times. It's you know what's is going on. In the world on that day that you tested i mean he disappears variables at pop in and you may post something that like our guys attested for gore pulsing falseness when part of the lab that they were testing like images of people versus like this goofy animated like bear jumping out of the bushes and in the stupid bear <unk> outperformed the regular image didn't make any sense or like this shouldn't work but people were signing up for free trials like crazy with it so they use it all over the place. Just hang on people gonna gonna sign up might as well well. I see a lot of people actually advocate that idea of all. You're really trying to do with the images. Get somebody to stop because stopped yeah yeah so so that could be what's going on there as much as anything right. This episode of the duct tape marketing podcast is brought to you by up. 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Check it out so i'll give you a chance to do a little shout out for a pulse how or pulse the tool itself help you in some with this. If i'm a person say yeah i need to do more testing. <hes> how could play a role in that you know are are are of course we have a lot of different things are tool does but for one at the basic level is scheduled for content which is nice when you're doing testing especially across multiple accounts like i'm running tests on eight tenths organic. I could never do that inside instagram. Would you know be be logging in and out all the time. <hes> also at the minimum at least will do that but from there it's it's the getting the reports as getting all the engagement engagement numbers at r. i. Inside the app <hes> it's managing all your comments <hes> especially add comments as real important running ads. You can't really manage those on facebook. It's impossible possible basically <hes> but we have handled that inside like right now. We've got an ad running. It's getting a lot of interaction about one of our lab. Posts actually <hes> pity eighty. Some you know some disagreements on my dad which i'm all for <hes> did the discussion and so i'm having to make sure i keep up with that. Add comments and i do it right in saudi gora polls where i don't have to wait for a facebook notification to be like a day late on that response. It's alright inside there but you can have team members. You can have all different kinds of things in the app so our are app really for me. I only use it for myself and for our accounts but if you have team members or your agency it's <hes> one of the best tools you can have and i use it before. I worked for repulsed. I i use it. Even i was paying for before i came on board so now i don't have to luckily so there's a special breed of animal that comments on facebook ads it appears at times yeah tom it's always it seems like people always want. There's you don't get a lot of positive. Yes you get a lotta this negative stuff on on ads. It seems like i get stuff. Sometimes it i'm like i don't even know what you're asking or saying. You know it's like well. Yeah weird troll type stuff back doc. Hey come join the aluminum body. Let's talk about another one posting content on social social media <hes> one of the hot topics and you specifically went to linked him but one of the hot topics is you get more engagement with long stuff shortstop and and i think when people are just hey here's my latest blog post. You know you're probably not getting much engagement but you tested like thousands of words of basically like a blog post on lincoln. So what how did you find out <hes> long versus short for engaged yeah. This was an interesting test that <hes> melanie darrow who's kind of known for her lincoln marketing abilities she was seeing an interesting trend on her texts only updates so we would test with her first and found out that our texts only updates on the different accounts that we tested tested <hes> got like a thousand percent more views in engagement. It was ridiculous and so then we said okay. Let's take a step further. Let's see if long versus this short works better and we'll be doing most of these announcing. I've done one on facebook on twitter. I'm actually about to publish one on a few days. That'll be on instagram character linked. <hes> i'm kinda. Give an old hat tip to twitter one hundred forty characters being the under hundred forty being short over one hundred forty being long just to kind of make it easy to to kind of look look at <hes> but we we tested across <hes>. We did three different accounts. We did a gore pulse account. <hes> did my own personal. You know account on linked in so we have that mix of a personal personal account with about nine thousand connections when we did it <hes> and then i use a small local busy. I'm sitting in their office. I rent an office from a recruiting firm in the construction industry street so very niche <hes> and we tested on their lincoln account and we did this we did like fourteen short post fourteen long post and over a two week period and and would always want to do is just average all those numbers together and kind of see <hes> which one did better on it and so basically when we get done. I'm scrolling down and looking here on another screen here. We've we've found is the short texts only updates on lincoln and got about thirteen point eight five percent higher views compared to post that were over one hundred forty characters long <hes> so almost fourteen percent more views is in marketing. That's a pretty good amount <hes>. It's not statistically klay significant in our little nerdy calculator but it's enough for me. That made me go okay. Maybe long is not always better on linked in. Maybe people want to have conversations and if you think about linked thin lincoln's become cool again last year to <hes> everybody's flocking back to i've been on the lincoln longer than any other social side out there <hes> <hes> other than my space which i know he uses anymore <hes> but people around linked in the they tend to be in your industry so whatever industry you're in they tend to be in that and they he loved talk about subject matter around that region short updates that kind of spur on conversation <hes> it makes sense that people wanna talk about it so if you're a realtor and you say hey hey what's your best hip on an open house. We'll all your realtor. Connections are gonna wanna add in their two cents on it but if you ride along blog posts on lincoln while they might read it. They're less likely to take the time engage with dislike on our regular. You know you remember about ten years ago. People comment on blogs like crazy now. They don't <hes> so. I think it's the same on social people don't comment as much so. How do you feel about the lincoln algorithm. I mean obviously all the social networks. Particularly facebook have kind of made it so that doesn't matter following you. Have nobody seeing your stuff. You feel like lincoln still a little bit wide open in that regard. I i thought it was i mean i think it still is but i think so. Many people have flocked to it and people are getting too many connections like for me for example abbas looking at mountain. Today i get about doc twenty or thirty your connection requests every day and i'm one of those guys who just accepts all of them but now my feet is miserable like i can't. I'm looking at going. This is way too much. I can't take it in and so. I think there's there's a balance. You've got to figure out as a business or as a person but as a business side of it. You've gotta stand doubt whether that's you know now the hash tags can use on there which is something worth testing than looking into <hes>. I think the shorter updates of live video was coming around <hes> for lengthy and i i think it'll end up being just like facebook and instagram and twitter where you're a majority of your followers aren't going to see it unless to go to you or they've got you in a list or you're active in a group you know or something like that so i have invented a drinking game for lincoln and so it goes like this that when people give me a connection requests i looked through my connection requests for the day and i bet on the ones that are going to reach out to me and try to sell me something within twenty four hours and you have to take your drink every time they do so how i would've taken about thirty shots today on 'cause i logged in earlier and i uh like i looked at him right now. I've got like five or six just hey wanted to connect and see what you're doing in the and there's some lincoln. There's a bit lincoln that that that's that's the problem with lincoln i think i wish they'd figure that out where i think there's a setting judy fox probably would know you could go in and turn off the ability people to cindy's random messages but i hate the on lincoln. The one thing i hate the most is the anniversary happy anniversary of your of your job or your birthday 'cause. It's just you know. He got nine thousand connections. You're you're gonna get a lot of them. I can't get to the stuff that i might actually want to get to all right so any huge surprises over the time you've been doing this. Did you just get blown it away. By how like definitive something was that you didn't think was probably the one that's gotten us the most traction and is the one right now. It's getting is the most i was talking about people comment on ad for his run an ad right now for a to an experiment we did on link on instagram <hes> that is it better to put the hash hashtags in the original post versus putting it in the first comment <hes> because a lot of people for years have been teaching put it in the first comment put in the first comment <hes> and up until recently there was no tools legitimate tools anyway that would do that. There are a few now they'll do the first comment instagram's allowing it for whatever reason <hes> and so we tested ac ah because my theory was my hypothesis was that you would have a higher reach if you put it in the original post because i'm not a fan of stuffing it into the comments because to me it just looks looks a little. I don't know i like the look of it looks a little spammy. You know trying to get around everything so we tested it across three different accounts or gore pulse account my personal account which is set up as as a business account <hes> and i at the time when i ran this test i actually had a <hes> a local bounce house business bounce houses and water slides and stuff <hes> fun little little business. I loved it today that about five years old my brother recently. I got tired of being out in the heat in texas. So what we found was pretty pretty interesting was the we put the hashtags and the original post so whenever you schedule it or posted you put it in original post. It had twenty twenty nine percent higher reach than if you stuffed it into the first common <hes> that's a lot. It's a big difference if you can get if if i can get five percent more reach on instagram organically i'm going to do that. Twenty nine percent says a lot there <hes> granted most three accounts you know we could probably i'll probably go back. Contests across more accounts just kinda see changes anything <hes> but would that tells me in and when it gets to grind i of a lot of our friends in the industry of said and i actually got a couple of of not so nice messages on this one <hes> because a lot of people are teaching this and they've taught their followers this for a long time that stuff in the first comments but the first comment but it it goes against what tells me is instagram has gotten smart to that for one that marketers anytime markers come up with something and it kind of gets around the algorithm what happens happens. They always change the algorithms and so the hash tags are for your for your followers for people who are going to discover you and find you so you want to get it out there as fast as you can if you don't get it out there riot the beginning or if you put it down in that comment your likelihood of being in that explore feed is decreasing obviously because so it's time stamp so that was probably one of the ones that's got as the most engagement the most you know people disagreeing with <hes> but i challenge zomig okay go go test it and tell me what you see and i think you bring up a one really good point you know if if if you test and let's say we back to our original facebook doc one and the carousel ads just slammed in the single images it's like everybody's gonna go that direction and guess what a year later nobody wants to do you parasol ads because everybody's doing a minute and i'm sure that you know i'm sure that some of your experiments you could go back and retest and you know a year later her and because of whatever variables you'll get completely different results yeah and that's and that's that's the name of the game and social media facebook and instagram the gramm and twitter linked in. I mean they are businesses. You're out to make money and so i mean they're gonna make sure that for one that they create a need for you to run ads. Let's let's just be honest <hes> and so we're ganic when we when the marketers have figured out a way to get around the algorithm. They're always gonna just. It's not like they don't know <hes>. Do you remember back back years ago on facebook. There was that whole thing with <hes> click baiting you put an image of a baby you know up and then you had some funny description but the the link would be to something else to a landing page or you know a quiz game or something like that facebook got smart of that and what they do they they diminish the reach of of those sort of posts that had a link in the photo with the photo so they are always gonna figure this stuff out when you do that now. You're later the come around. It might change that so it's a constant thing you gotta test but <hes> for me on this one if i'm going to get at least five ten percent more reached by just put in the first comment. I'm gonna put it in the i common i mean the first and the original posters me even at that means you do the whole white space thing you know you you make your where it goes to the read more on instagram and then you kind of put below that where no one in the feed sees it but it still shows up in the explore tab even if you do that at least at least get a latin when he's scheduled posted. Don't waste your time. It's a few people people doing that and linked in now where they're just making their comment as big as possible and it putting lincoln it so that you know it takes over the entire thing so well. There's a lot of people right now. I've that'd be lexicon to me and say hey can. We wanna test putting the lincoln the first comment on instagram. I mean on linked in <hes> because they're they're seeing better results from me. So maybe there is a little trick but again that'll change inch soon as lincoln figures it out scott working people find out more about the social media lab and agoura hills yeah you can find our our little room on in the house on gore pollsters a gore pulse dot com forward slash social media lab <hes> you can find his everywhere on all the social media <hes> sites at we're at a gore pulse lab. That's a brand new social media accounts. We've created here recently and all of them so don't follow account's low on him but we decided to finally get her own accounts here the last couple of months so a gore pulse lab. You'll find us everywhere or you can search social media lab on podcast. Wherever you listen to podcast awesome well thanks scott. I love social media lab a lot of fun there and appreciate your stopping by hopefully will run into you soon someday. Yeah thanks for having me on john really appreciate it.

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ACS (Part 2): Adam Ray

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ACS (Part 2): Adam Ray

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Don't just try it out yeah stage sexual vegemite but no relationship with vegemite where you like regimen drink and Thursdays take all I ask when I go in a restaurant but if they don't have it was housemaid right so this is crazy <hes> we should put this up because the visuals amazing the Fire Department responded to an apartment fire around nine thirty in west Philadelphia the other night and what they came to find when they got to this nineteen story high-rise according to C._N._n.. Was a man climbing down the outside of the building Spiderman style. I mean truly truly he should have been video showed grappling down balconies and railings for several floors until around yeah. We're anxious. Authorities jumped into lend a hand at the very end the fire was started by by the way they anxious authority sector when the Guy Scales in one thousand nine story building and then when he gets on the ground you put a blanket around like thanks down without coffee almos- it's almost sixty seven degrees out in boy I would never sir I would immediately collapsed are made it to the ambulance. You didn't put that blanket around being yelled was definitely my concern is anxious. Is the Guy Bob. Please let me go to bed for midnight tonight. Thing about this. There is something about this. That doesn't add up how this looks heroic. It looks amazing. You can't believe he's doing it but the building was evacuated. Some residents were unaccounted for but there were no injuries. It's not like on fire. Licking the size of the windows had no choice. Everybody's find a little but a smoke inhalation just widened out with a camera. I think the news guy was like is it was actually a small chicken potpie off. He just wanted to get the fuck out so you just really really just an edgy dude or and by the way if he was a true gangster he'd be wearing a Batman costume doing this just throw the marvel nerds into a whirlwind areas this Philadelphia vegemite pedophilia being not things you dabble in climbing always like I kinda climb here and there's like you you climb thing. Maybe he's a pedophile. Maybe this is the way that he tries to distract people from what's truly going on. I'll say how can a pedophile killer wall take like when this kid it was this kid with seven and the parents were like oh we got to hide the Hershey's kisses and they put them up on upper shelf in the kitchen. You're essentially you teach kids to climb as your first move is there are three foot tall. We'll put it at six months. They'll never get to it and then they just go for seems also if you can see it as a kid I can get it yeah. You know you gotta like hide it in a spot that you're never going to go looking for like Mommy's dildo Jor jaw daddy's yeah it's twenty nine hundred the worst Improv group name I've ever heard Mommy's Doodo drew yes ten times faster. You get a free Dildo door said so Dr drew is still spreading his message about homelessness. He's doing on other platforms forms to. I don't know if you saw this appearing on Fox. Nations one smart person in Greg Gut fell a gut feld and the five Pinski explained that public officials are looking at the wrong culprit focusing their efforts on providing housing for the homeless that <hes> it's is not working Fox News reports in two thousand eighteen alone California spent six hundred million dollars to tackle the spread of homelessness and it increased by sixteen percent. <HES> penske offered a different solution to the public health issue issue. Here's what Dr drew had to say but as a physician I wake up every day looking at this and I it I it incense me. I practice near thirty years and of course one is one talk show host another whom you should never touched a trust the call talk show what just Ooh we understand where practice please don't don't confuse my success in the media with my day job where I've been in the system profession clinical professor of medicine and Psychiatry and I've run departments in psychiatric hospital. These are my patients on the street. I know who they are treated this population for years. Here's and it is ridiculous that they're calling it a home leg housing problem it is ridiculous. The rat thing I saw coming eighteen months ago I predicted the typhus epidemic it hit in amongst us now. The problem is there are things that follow typhus given that they've done nothing for this rat population. There are other illnesses that will follow we have to burke yellow says exploding we will see Senio which you may know us play we have potential measles we have people there excrement and they're bleeding and their urinating in the street everyday getting washed directly into the river sixty thousand people's excrement getting into the river into the ocean everyday. If I in a city of sixty thousand people there was disconnected from the sewage treatment plant my God environmentalists would have would freak out here one hundred percent bullshit. Bullshit drinking blood and piss water yeah drink and I'm asking for the group in the studio. Are you guys with me that my coffee sweeter my <hes> you know we have all these things Mike Oh safe spaces trigger words and more take we're pulling stuff off the Internet tearing down statues like trigger work. Click <hes> human fecal matter. I have heard the term human fecal matter seven hundred thousand percent more and this is a guy who had human fecal matter mash to my ears. I can only hear it out of my last year because my right still clog human fecal matter five minute period in eighth grade. All you heard there is kind of a problem when you hear like human fecal matter on the street your brain sort of has to go there like if somebody says butterflies and soft Tacos you go oh and they go human. I'm in vehicle magazine that thing right so we're sort of being there's a kind of a pollution. There's like air pollution. Their sound pollution. There's like trash on the ground. Brain is being polluted with a lot of human fecal matter talk in L._A.. poop pollution is a great as Ben name of all time but it's also a something that we now have to be heavily concern. You see that Indian with the single tear going down as I while the homeless Guy Squat analog by <hes> the side of the way we all remember that because for the P._S._A.. This should be able to say like shit or crap or whatever like human fecal matter. I feel like he goes no pun intended in one year and the other for a lot of people who are a lot of mouth. There's the what's that just they're hitting the water. There's Poop in your water. Wow that's a real problem right yeah who did that P._S._A.. With the the the the response there's probably Ju just the way we don't mistaking him as me at Amac Dan. We don't have table because something's just don't end up on Youtube but I'll tell you basically the script. There was a scripted version. I did an Improv on it but it was basically hi. I'm Tony Danza a lot of things going on the world of kids not being able to read japodlay charge more for for Salsa and also they don't get the good sodas anymore you know they don't got FRESCA's or Indo European now. It's like a weird off brand like you know Shasta equally identity girl in college aim Shasta that was actually her nickname. Maybe is dripping name. Wow just putting this together. She definitely was a hooker so look on the streets of Los Angeles this people there's people without homes this with toilets. They gotta go look. There's been times I've been rushing through Laguardia. Look into shit somewhere and I'll see you fed kid's backpack and go. He's got more snacks. You don't need these handy snacks right now nope. His Dad's got more in his his suitcase so I'll plop down the side of the street like any of these homeless guys. Would they p they bleed. We all bleed. These guys bleed through their p. That's how sick they are ever seen. An Indian cry at the blood and piss anyway. Don't let her sane powerful drew talking about typhus typhoid Larrea scarlet fever fecal matter ever give me a little bummed out it it is and also in years past if there was a lot of talk about malaria and scarlet fever and fecal matter on the street. I'd be like hey man India's gotta get their shit together. They were talking about handcock par all right what else we got well. Eddie Murphy hasn't done stand up in about thirty years but he might be coming back to the stage. Fans have been clamoring for a new comedy special from Mhm Ham apparently and Murphy's reportedly in talks with net flicks on a huge deal according to T._M._Z. Murphy and the streaming service are talking about a series of comedy specials which could net him around seventy million. Here's a thought so pumped <hes> these things stand up especially the old standup it can never be as good as it is in your head like when you saw at fourteen and you're like out of your mind you know what I mean. I'm like you. You could never have a crush like you had a crush on someone when you're fourteen like it could never eddie. Murphy is funny and he's great but his standup special whatever the new one is could never be as good as we all on November what it meant to you done and there really is only one choice. It's he does his special. Everyone who idolize them remembers his old stuff did it at the school yard when they went to school all the general consensus it'll be like it's good to see him. Okay Rogan's was rather but it was okay like that's what we that's unfortunately that is our only option and he's GonNa get seventy million bucks and he's going. I do great but everyone's going to be like Kinda like chapelle verse one or he's off his fastball a little bit like Jordan going back to play for the wizards like it's still Jordan it there but there's nothing soaring in my mind for the free. Throw Line doesn't really matter are how good it is. We're all GONNA go. Maybe not as good as I remember you know and that is what if it just exceeded expectations as just been like what if he's one of these crazy comedy he's been writing for yeah. Literally has been performing warming in places that we had just kept under wraps. Maybe maybe there's some Weird Comedy Club in Beirut and he's been going there. Every couple of months to work out is not the last night it's a great movie to what the comedian goes to Beirut. Secretly over thirty years to hone is guess what would get the rotten tomatoes score wrong when it was but who would star in that Robert Redford Eddie Murphy Okay Wow norba too I it was going to have to be so so good out of this world then. We'll have no choice yes to do it. If it's if it's nine or below Evans going to be like is awesome does not as good as your old stuff like that that'll be old stuff. Look at what we will compare it to twenty. Maybe thirty years ago which was unreal. They're also is great thing about standup <hes> that you can attest to it's like he's going to have to do what Chapelle in Chris Rock and <hes> fucking even Allen didn't really do it but like <hes> starting at some of the the big dogs that hit the clubs to work the material like he's going to have to pop into the comedy store and maybe the ice whoever wherever to really get his chops back he can't just I mean or maybe he won't so that's something he's probably got to consider because then it's like you can't casually like Chapelle. Can you know he comes in really late sometimes to make sure that there's not can't be a word on the street <hes> trickle down to where like thousands of people rush one forty five but he's going to have to find those late night reps two to three points. This isn't the same thing but do you guys remember at the S._N._l.. What fortieth anniversary thing he can a ceremony to come out and does it out? It felt like impromptu stand up but it was saying it was like Eddie Murphy any no he engineer characters and nothing I remember I know almost probably on <hes> on purpose. He was just like I know what you want but like maybe I'm saving it. I don't know I'm that was the moment though I think he's GonNa. I think he's GonNa take seventy million bucks and he's GonNa do. He's GonNa Kinda. Do what a <hes> a beloved prizefighter does. It's GonNa take a huge payday hype type it up hype it up. Go out there and do it. We're going to go probably should've retired but he gets a huge pay. Wow that's my take all right all right well. Another Entertainment News Sally Field and Sesame Street are among the two thousand Nineteen Kennedy Center honorees Sesame Street by the way I TV series to be honored <hes> they say the Children's program continues to revolutionize how kids and adults learn about our world. Linda Ronstadt and Earth Win and fire are among the musical honorees <hes> the ceremony takes place December eighth at of course Kennedy Center <hes> in D._C.. It'll air December fifteenth on C._B._S.. With one of fire twenty five guys almost all I can think about is how many cut aways during performances today show the honorees. Are they going to make those poor puppeteers sit under the have committed what we want. It is what we was going to be there. Caroll Spinney has been in the big bird suit for Spinney. We yeah didn't the other eighty five year old man that played big bird for sixty plus years. I mean he's still he's still kicking it. Damn didn't who got into trouble for L.. Omega Fish also the voice of splinter. Wow you're giving class. Maybe the W._B._Z.. Documentary unbelievable right inciteful and you know I choose to not believe that that guy was writing letters to Woah. You'd have to choose not to believe for sure Tommy too much. What was what did they say he did that? The Damn question the child porn or no his kid I don't I it was like fourteen fifteen year old boys. Maybe like trying to show them. You know how their elbows could at something weird with the Body and two thousand twelve twenty three year old sheldon Stevens said he was in a sexual relationship with clash when he was sixteen and class was what forty well. I don't want to defend the man but if he was wearing the elmo outfit that's okay. I've no age right. He's timeless. He's a timeless Predator timeless. I'm a Predator now if he was you know just wearing basketball trunks in a smile now that's in different ways GonNa have to call the feds elmo outfit no problem class Eggnog sixteen-year-old living his dream clash acknowledged that he'd been in a relationship with the accuser however he characterized it as being between consenting adults and then the Guy Siemens later almost catchphrases by the way Stevens later Kansas accusation but two weeks later another accuser with similar similar accusations in lawsuits filed against clash so grubbers over this pretty oversight fly mother father you know by the way did <hes> Elmo hold press conference every story number for today's to fucking can bullshit Yeah Gloria allred's leaning in whispering or anything conference all right. Let me hit <hes> castrol edge stronger under pressure engines can lose up to ten percent performance due to friction castrol edge fluid titanium transforms under pressure to keep the metal from rubbing on each other and creating heat and friction viscosity breakdown three times times full stronger than leading full synthetic against viscosity breakdown that is castrol edge edge formulated in ways to exceed the toughest industry standards Castrol Edge Right. Let's do one more gina crawl right well. Local activists activists in Galicia Spain are urging government officials to intervene after multiple tourists have been reportedly hospitalized after swimming in an instagram famous Turquoise Lake that is actually a chemically contain toxic dump last week to Instagram Instagram influencers reveal that they had been recently sickened after coming in contact with a sparkling bluewater whereas from this is in Spain and Galizia alternatively nicknamed the deletion Chernobyl the waters of this lake are an old quarry connect with a <hes> once a World War Two era tungsten mine according to the Daily Telegraph the miners tungsten. Is it the word I mean what they mind. lightbulbs tungsten I guess gene by grandma just beyond the greatest Eckstein where they were the tongue stains and then they got Ellis island time to U.. N. G. S. T. E. S. T. E. N.. <hes> s that's how I guess from Max Panic and tell us the light bulbs well. It's it's metal reminded. Do I don't know mine was formerly abandoned in the eighties. It is pretty but it is a toxic dump. All you really really need to know about human. Beings is minds because people dig huge holes in the ground dynamite stuff make these huge cavernous and blythe on on on the landscape. It's mass it's dangerous. It's dirty and everything and the second. They're done extracting whatever they needed out of that aren't fellas here. We go walk off Amanda next hope in the mind. That's basically how humans are wired. We are done with this this thing yeah and now we're leaving. We're leaving. What does it contaminated with? Just it's always all you always hear hit heavy metals. It's just a spelling error according to this story yeah otherwise it's spelt tongues. Dan show the instagram models. Did they post <hes> to get some good likes on their. We've been contaminated and their I._C._U.. Shots yeah so this is <hes> I I don't know don't you guys feel like he has ever sit around and go God. There's so much out there and you live in this little world and you're constantly sort of running around in your little Snow Globe and you see these places you you'll never go do but you you think about going and then you don't go. Should we all I don't know. Should everybody have trying to think of something. That's not insanely ambitious. 'cause there's stuff here that I've not been to Monument Valley. No and I don't think so I mean they're things in Utah haven't been to sure many times right. Should everybody going in October. Should everybody have something on their list of. Once a year you do something within five hundred miles of where you live once a year. It's in within five hundred miles every two years two to three years. You try tried to do something within the United States and every five years you do something international yeah. There's a great idea and also if that's too far for some people because for finances or time or whatever you guys heard about being a tourist in your own city yeah I was twenty something when I the Golden Gate Bridge for the first time the bear you know what I mean I have been Gina has been like lakme our like you know actress museum. It's awesome go. Check it out trade in your home town. Yeah just went to tubs in Seattle for the first time which you're not familiar you'll always in space as you know the the big hodgepodge attraction no tubs is actually a place that houses hot tubs for people to fucking yeah so it's the Roosevelt district went for the first time. Is it family friendly yeah. I'm GonNa you know I'm a cop out. If you're going to get hold of me three years touristy hold on here. There's a Kearney's in studio city one on sunset. I went to the one in studio city that I live in locking Yada so let's that that's it's not a short John in all seriousness on that point very very very junior version of we're talking about everyone goes to happen. Tubs along close. Everyone goes hosted the same restaurants over and over again familiar. It's it's comfort. Whatever make your pledge everyone? Let's go into a new restaurant. Go to a place. You've heard about a place that you're supposed to be great fancy. Just go to a new on just try something new all right. Let's bring it home. I'm Gina Gina Grad and that's the news that was the news with Gina Grad Right. Adam Ray is doing dates all over the place go to Adam Ray comedy dot com coming up in Pittsburgh. 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What's what's the happens with you there race? Everything's good. I'm excited being your present. Hey so the so the women's soccer one one the <hes> the World Cup. I'm sorry I'm at the find the words for it. They didn't win the metal. They won the World Cup A. A couple of weeks ago now much celebrating about that and I was curious first of all as well by the way what did you what did you enjoy most in the month July Wimbledon or the U._S.. Gold or again gold medal the World Cup <hes> or the Baseball Star game which which did you love most of all the things you love that put some pressure on the Baltimore right foot because it put attack my shoot a wake up when I started who you did what they kicking tennis ball or no no no. I think you those halfway through the question two different things yeah they combine those although that's not a bad day the the now okay I have thoughts one is women. You're allowed to beat other women in a sport without turning giving us a diatribe about women's empowerment and equal pay and all kinds of your loud. You just go win. Just go win will celebrate that that win. We don't need to celebrate your femininity. You just go this. You don't need to celebrate. Tom Brady's masculinity when he wins the super if that did happen we should all man so there's that I don't need everything to be politicized. You May Wayne and then we can celebrate but let's not turn it into this whole thing where you're inspiring all the women of my daughter's no different than she was if poll if during the first match they didn't acted the slaughter rule because Poland was up on you twenty three to nothing my daughter wouldn't know wouldn't care and it wouldn't change pitcher life at all so so you can't but but you also don't mind the celebrating right you're drawing a line between out like a Pino. Get Away with those celebrations same as Torello thinking a pen out of it saw celebrate. All you want just just stop preaching about how you're empowering women obviously you guys were empowered enough to play soccer at some point so this has been going on for a while but it's not padding yourself on the back O._K.. Tennis not not interested particularly and it's kind of a weird thing that people do get excited about it. I'm always curious between clay and grass and I wanted to what the rules are because anyone ever ever tried to play outfield and softball game like I've played softball games and I always play center field. There are left field and sometimes they'll say don't don't bring cleats because we don't want to tear up the field. It's a triple A.. Clubs gotTA play Game Land and I always bring Clayton's because if you're gonNA play outfield and you're staying there on Shiny Green Grass. You're GONNA have a hard time. The first two or three steps are going to be sort of Fred Flintstone in a hurry spin outstep. So how do they play in tennis shoes on grants. That's in red cars and using and now look. I don't think they're allowed to wear high top Khalid's we would know it but they must switch the shoe like in race cars. They'll have a different compound of rubber for the tire for different tracks and that kind of thing you have to be wearing a different shoe on clay look at WHO's grown as a human being you and I used to bad mouth the idea volleyball shoes. You're playing on a basketball court. I think you'll be able to get away with the shoes. I still now's the person who has to purchase those for my daughter number. One that's great. I marvel every time I look at Wimbledon. What kind of grass is that that you can play ball will bounce on and everything doesn't it seem weird? You couldn't do that on a football field. What would happen if you did that? On a Gulf green is at the same kind of grass like high end super. I I would argue to that as a sport. I've never thought about this but you're kind of shooting yourself in the foot because her in the tennis shoes in the tennis shoe we have Klay Games we have grass games but if you you go to to your local tennis club you play on cement rights painted green or it's painted beige or earth tone or whatever to simulate but could you imagine if that's the way football worked well these guys play on either grass astroturf and then you go to your local park and it's all cement or blacktop like you WanNa play on the same surface that those guys are planning on day one sport to grow bigger than yes. They should get rid of the grass. We're looking at a <hes> shoot that has little mini very many teeth on it like baby teeth on a like teeth I would say on a L. or something like that row of very small teeth not lions bears teeth but like ill teeth teeth so they do get obviously they do a different show and they they they get the gripping also I don't I don't it again just switch to cement. Leave it all on cement and whatever whatever you play at the local tennis club or the tennis camp you should just get used to playing on it is weird though I guess I'm being Inga I'm having a double standard because some quarterbacks are better out in the elements and other guys are and some guys thrive under a dome more than other guys but it is weird that guy I mean how big a difference can it possibly be to be on grass. Grass versus clay versus cement is it really I mean obviously doesn't a doll a dozen. He's bat like Yvonne. Landau could never win at Wimbledon because it was too fast for him. How fat how much faster could possibly be well? I'm reading. It's just as fast but because of the nature of the grass the ball doesn't bounce his high so all shots are at like the high shots or knee level which is apparently the difference that all being said the Homerun Derby is now the most. It's exciting part of M._L._B.. Bar of summer it's it's the biggest most exciting Guerrero Junior. Was that the guy now there is a situation. That's a little weird which is Guerrero junior junior twenty years young he hit. I don't know ninety six overall home runs over the course of the Derby of the competition. The guy won the competition hit forty seven overall or sixty one overall oh but that guy was like forty thirty five home runs off the pace and still hoisted the trophy above his head. I feel like that needs to be correct. I agree I hate to get caught up in the nonsense of this festival of home runs but I'm with with you. I mean like you hit thirty less and you're still the champ. Pretend you're explaining anything to your mom and then you'll have your answer like you'll go your mom ago so the one fella hit it was a homerun derby contest as he hit the most home runs yeah. How should I now know mom sorry? You're match right. That's right so the one fella hit ninety six home runs correct yeah and the other fellow hit fifty two runs you got it yeah and the fellow the hit ninety six home runs came in second to the guy hit fifty two yeah that that that's right yeah but that does it doesn't seem right. That's how you you don't understand how the sport is structured then because that was one round and not the other round you see in one round he hit one he had so many but then in the next round he didn't hit as doesn't seem fair. I was poor. I'm sorry I did a bad job his Adam Karol no it was good question. Follow up question they pay these guys they stand under the hoop. The fellow throws the ball. They just drop it in and he gets twenty. Five million dollars and use people are celebrated their seller. These are heroes right and we know what a schoolteacher makes in beaver county forty one thousand a year and this guy just stands he ended up just throws throws a ball through a circle and this is this is to be lauded in our society ninety one for Vlad Junior fifty-seven Alonzo winters. Thank you look if you hit seven more Dinger's. It's still an issue but if you hit thirty four more Dinger's that's a lot I mean a lot of guys don't hit thirty four and the whole weekend the whole the whole tournament tournament meaningless thing and you know if the split the winnings with them but the trophies you go like Hey Pete Alonzo when Vlad junior standing there should be like hey pete. I want you to have the trophy. It's not like a world series ringer and then just like what you'd have something for winning the total homerun thing give it to the other way junior all right. 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Episode 151: Election 2020  Newt Answers Your Questions

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Episode 151: Election 2020 Newt Answers Your Questions

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Stage and headed by big margins is up nine hundred thousand in pennsylvania and then all of a sudden everything stopped and the various networks. Wouldn't call these states and you began to watch this slow grinding process which were still in the military. So here's where. I think we are and this is what i think. You really have to focus on. We have a constitutional process my newsletter gingrich. Sixty on wednesday. We'll be talking about what the founding fathers setup why they set it up because they wanted a very deliberative process because they realized you attorney a tremendous amount of power over to whoever became the present so they didn't want a democracy where a mob could rule but they wanted to system of a democratic republic. Where you would vote though then. Be time to validate the vote and if necessary to challenge it and to have a recount. Then you would have a chance for court appeals. So if you thought you close had a case i was just reminded governor walker that there was a two thousand eleven election from state supreme court. Or when back in town rush. Nick found fourteen thousand votes missing in one town. That just weren't there to add back in because they'd been missed so you go through that process then under our system you have the electors. The electors are actually creatures of the state legislature and then the state legislature decides to send them to washington and in washington. If somebody gets two hundred and seventy electors the president. But if nobody gets two hundred seventy then. The house will pick the president based on one vote per state which is very disadvantages. The democrats because it means that presentable california and wyoming have the same vote and are more republican states than democratic states in the house. So it's a very interesting process and the bush versus gore example. Florida sent an official set of allegations of electors who were republican based on the supreme court. Having ruled that will be no more recounts. And therefore the last recount in palm beach county. And that gave the state to george w bush lab very narrow margin. And that was the keynote whole campaign. Gore's people the democrats also sent a slate of electors and they were working their way to a process when gore realized that even if they ended up in the house he would lose because republicans have more states than the democrats in the house and so he saved the last minute and decided to quit fighting because he couldn't find an avenue to get the victory in eighteen. Seventy six there were two slates from south carolina. The republicans have been totally intimidated in places like louisiana with violence in both that african americans and republicans who are often hated. South is much more than slaves were and so we got to berry berry chance. National lohman and an a commission worked out a compromise by which the federal government would pull back from military policing of the south and at the same time the democrats would concede the electors to elect the republican nominee. Pace loves a multi month process. Frankly a pretty strange way. But as an example of what can happen under our constitutional system. So where are we now. I believe first of all you have to see the larger picture beyond the election. You have to see the total hostility of the internet systems. I was with the president last night. And he had four tweets yesterday there were censored hooting one about me. Rush limbaugh gruner. This week had four out of six tweets that were censored facebook actually a hired a group of scientists trying to understand how the chinese use their censorship program. The internet people who are very anti trump on facts in the case of zuckerberg the founder of baseball. He spent four hundred million dollars specifically increasing turnout in democratic heritage. Not fairly everybody but only in a democrats then you have the networks which were three percent negative about trump clearly newsrooms trump the man some of the comments even for people who have respected in the past from their mind trump has lost the sunday liberated share with us how much they really despise and as i think quite remarkable how bitter and how intense they are now ninety three percent anti trump news media and guess who decides to coronate joe by the news media big surprise now there's no provision in the constitution the news media to decide the president is not a single state as yet been certified. Several states are still voting. A number of states at least six states and lawsuits filed. The thing is far from over but not the news media while the biden people aren't stupid so they're going to do everything they can to behave. As though they are the president so that they create a feeling and public that it's very uphill. It's very unfair. Why is trump making all this noise. Partic- reason trump if we allow theft on a grand scale. And we'll out intimidation by the news media and by the internet giants. We are really going to come. Very close to losing america's we've not when you see as five thirty eight which is a new york times spinoff hardly pro-trump when they report that there are one hundred twenty three dallas biden. Two zero for trump went back. Those are numbers that are reflecting venezuela or cuba or zimbabwe or russia or china and reflective of a free site. You know somebody puts cardboard up in the windows refuses to let you come in. It's reasonable to assume something bad's going on what you have is immer thought program just a handful of states. The ones they knew it matter you get to the places that they had to have and miracle of miracles. Ballots just kept show happen. It's amazing one of the things. We're studying a gingrich. Sixty is of all of the surprise ballots. How many of them actually were for trump resolve. Everyone i've seen so far has been a big surprise in favor by and that tells me that fix was in we are in. I would say the early stages Lawsuit was filed today in pennsylvania the entire election process. And it's quite clear by the way. Pennsylvania constitution says that the state legislature will decide election wall state legislature said. No balance can come in after eight o'clock on tuesday then. The supreme court which was elected with left-wing democratic money in pennsylvania came as no because kobe going to extend it then they got into a fight where justice alito the. Us supreme court stepped in and has been very angry at the way in which it's been handled so one of the things that president trump racing is that no ballots came in after eight pm on election. Day can be countered which is clearly what the constitution state of. Pennsylvania indicates puts the power handed the legislature. Not the hand of the courts in wisconsin. You had at least two hundred thousand people who did not have the right ballots. They weren't organize correctly yet. Another large block of people where the clerks were actually filling in material for the voter wishes against wisconsin state law. You had a court order to stop certain things from happening in milwaukee madison which wisconsin election for just ignore the basically just breaking all in care in nevada. The governor and the democratic legislature adopted. The most kroth asked pro stealing the election rules anywhere in america. And they're still six hundred thousand ballots in nevada that need to be looked at by hand. Six hundred so when people tell you this is all over. They just don't know what they're talking about. Atlanta had much of the same problem election corruption. That you've seen in code out. People kicked out blocking for windows doing things to make sure that the republicans didn't know what was going on. So i think that we are a long way from this being over. I think it is frankly not that important terms of donald trump is that important terms of america. We become a country where the big tech companies can censor each of us a country where the news media can dictate to us. Who were allowed to before a country where college professors tell us what we're allowed to think a country where people can steal elections routinely and get away with it. We will be american or will be sort of like a third world country. And that's why i think this is a fight that is absolutely necessary but the nice thing about this fight is all you have to save your friends and neighbors is. I believe we should follow the constitution. That's all i have to say. I simply wanna go through the process to make sure that every legal voters countered and that no illegal took him. I want to go through the process to make sure that the legislatures have a chance to review. I wanna make sure. Enough time that the court can review and i wanted to go to the congress in an appropriate manner so the person you're talking with us to say no. I really wanted to skip the constitution and just turn this annual referendum. 'cause my side one and i wanted now i think that's a very hard position to them dependent and i think you're gonna see this continue. I also noticed that the networks refused to cover the press conference this evening as part of the process of trying to suppress the president suppress republicans. And i'm going to recommend. They set up an online channel. That you can go to. And when they do press conferences etc that they email everybody in their various email lists and they will rapidly build a bigger network than any other networks. Because i think people will leave all of the cable news if they discover that in fact president in the republicans cannot get their message up except on their own channel. So this is going to be a time of great creativity. Great courage great persistence. That can make just a huge difference in the future of america. And i think it's a fight that we have to have a fight that we have to win and it's a fight that if we simply follow the constitution everything will work out in a way that will be very premise of but does covid nineteen have to do it. Losing your home a lot. The fbi reported the since the virus struck. Cybercrime is up seventy five percent. It gets worse. The legal title to all our homes are online now. The crime has called home title theft. And it's everywhere cybercriminals find the title of your home online forged your signature on a quit claim. Deed and refile is the new owner. 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We don't stop all this now. Twenty twenty two elections are going to be worse. I think we're really talking about key moment in american history where we insist on honesty following the rule of law. We don't tolerate corrupt political machines in places like philadelphia stealing the president's. I mean that's straightforward. Jill from hidden hills asked if the courts agreed that there was fraud and ballots. Counted shouldn't have been how do unscramble that egg isn't it too. Late would have a number of options when they can simply say this election so inappropriate and there have been cases for example where the court found somebody. I think it was in philadelphia a couple of years ago where they found a state senate candidate had cheated so badly they literally took that candidate out of office so we went from democrat republican. Here's the court said. You are so corrupt so dishonest. You shouldn't be serving republican. I would say that thing anywhere from saying we ought to have a revote pennsylvania to saying that this particular senate votes should count the state legislature. This is so sick. The you need to hold hearings and you need to sort it out and you need to take back the constitutional responsibility the boylans the legislature. We shouldn't allow people to believe that you can get away with cheating because nothing can be done. There are remedies there are steps that can be taken and i think it's very important for the health of the country rush to make it pretty expensive or people to go out to do this kind of thing. Far from new york asks. Do you think we just witnessed a sophisticated military poop. That's what you saw was a deliberate effort by the news media by the internet companies by the democratic party to violate the system. I what do you call it a system. Where ninety three percent of the news negative. What do you call a system. Where giants in silicon valley literally cut off your access and then communicating. You believe this. Frankly reminds me a lot. More of eastern europe reminds me of the united states. And what do you call a system. Where the democrats managed to raise billions going through this. We don't know where all the money came from. An amazing percent of act lose. Money comes from people who are unemployed or have no known employment fascinating someday. Somebody's gonna sit down and go through all that and begin the for your up in that happen to us in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Six bill clinton's reelection. It turned out that there was a surprising amount of chinese money and a fair amount. A donation money those coming into reelect bill clinton. I'll or you may remember at one. Point went to a buddhist monastery and did a fundraiser among monks who vows of poverty mouhanna most bizarre thing that ever seen. I do think that this has been a deliberate effort to subvert. The will of the american people and to impose on them and outcomes they would not have voluntarily beach molly s how. The election ended up in the supreme court. Does the trump team have to exhaust all the lower courts. I presume because unlike florida you know. Florida was basically one count. The whole process came in like this. I was focused right here. This is at least six states so you can imagine a variety of different ways. The attorney general of ohio just filed suit at the supreme court. Which states can new statesman herenton screen. And you just filed suit to implement a lido's position that you cannot count the votes after the came after seven o'clock on the grounds and it therefore cheated ohio and tainted the process. That today was a major breakthrough. Which i am confident. None of the left wing news media picked up on understood. How important was having an attorney. General from ohio. Deliberately picking a fight. With the attorney general insulated strengthen supreme court lorraine from agoura hills ask. What's your view of the to georgia. Us senate races. How are we preparing for fraud in those elections. And how do we fight the amount of money that's being poured in. Well we have to raise a countervailing amount of money. The fact is that when read which is our response to act blue has to grow bigger will grow bigger. It's about six or eight years behind in development but it's been raising a lot more money so on the set all your friends go to win ran and donate money to these candidates second. I think that made a huge mistake in saying publicly that i. We're going to remake georgia. And then we're going to remake america and that's gonna put schumer and the radical agenda of the left wing democrats right in the middle of the senate race and i think we drive at home hard enough. That will win the race. And i don't think there were many georgians who wanted to live in chuck schumer's vision of a radically changed america. We have many inner circle members including from south carolina and kathy from missouri. They're looking for action. They wanna know if there's any organized effort for citizens to come together as a collective to express their outrage and demonstrate in support of the investigations. I don't think there's an organizer yet. But i encourage people. Spontaneously self organizing. Go back and look at the ninety. Six mile auto and truck parade in phoenix. I would encourage any citizen. Who's really irritated by this. If you are in or near georgia wisconsin. Arizona nevada pennsylvania and michigan an five of those sex. You have republican state legislative majorities. I would encourage you start. Organize your friends to go visit. The legislature passed the legislature. Why aren't they stepping in. They have the constitutional responsibility and they're tolerating the presidency being stolen by corrupt organizations and their state. And they'll be holding hearings. They'll be getting to the bottom of this. In some cases they ought to be demanding. The firing of officials the left is taking the seriously spent billions of dollars and break the law and try to steal the presidency states. But we have to take at least sure enough to match their intensity and to match the aggressiveness with which they've tried to steal our country. Go visit one of those six legislatures. Mr jackson asked. Why did various states stopped counting votes altogether. He'd never seen anything like that before. They wanted to. Make sure that could bring all the ballots. They needed to prove that denise from colorado asks is there a way to make all fifty states clean their voter rolls. Well it's interesting. This is an example. When i say certain things are lawless. I mean literally there outside the law for example los angeles has for the last several years but under a consent decree with the court to clean up their voter rolls but carlos santanas. Our ambassador to denmark said that her husband who died five years ago. Got an absentee ballots this fall. They're not doing their job in wisconsin. They were instructed by the court that they had to clean up voters. I think they had something like one. Hundred and twenty thousand people who shouldn't be on the rolls. The election were just ignored. Said no we're not doing in philadelphia the court you shouldn't order that said you had to open up to all watchers the philadelphia. She said now in fact they follow the countersuit to be allowed to stay. Close this insensitive out of the suit. We don't have to I shouldn't tell seconds so it's not going to do it so you have to understand how deliberately and wilfully lawless many of these things are and then you got to go out and you started changing legislatures. We control substantial majority of legislatures. We should establish a nationwide honest election set of principles and start applying to get our legislatures in the states which includes pennsylvania michigan wisconsin arizona and george with absolute majorities. So do the weird tolerating really bad law and loopholes for crooks that can be fixed in those each because we actually controlled legislature and from texas ass. Can you explain what the constitution mandates. If we don't have a certified election by december twentieth a gut point it would go to congress in the next stage. Would be for the senate to pick the vice-president in the house to pick the president well process way which occurred in eighteen hundred. Jefferson got to be president and burger got to be president adam from north carolina. Ask speaker gingrich. Do you think the founders envisioned the current two party system when designing the framework of our government. It seems like there's always just you. Parties in our government and that system is intolerant than more than two political options. Certainly washington and his generation would hope that there would have been a sort of non political party gathering of wise people but beginning with jefferson and hamilton ca. Very beginning of this new country. They both organized parties the federalist hamilton in washington and democratic republicans who became the democrats with jefferson madison monroe and those parties were in open contest by seventeen ninety six or seventeen ninety eight. This has been a very long tradition and because of the way we elect people. It's very hard to have a third party on less has happened with the witch one of the two major parties disintegrates that the only reason republicans emerged the wayside otherwise the republicans could never have emerged and people like lincoln who'd been awake converted to the republican party as they were watching the waves on the one hand is a very stable system. He gets a lot more done than you would get in places that have multi party systems but it is very tough and very byner. You win you lose so in that sense. It's somewhat more polarized lot of people. Ask this question. If biden does become the president will continue to be an investigation into biden or his family. That's the end of it. I can't imagine look. These are smart people and their ruthless people. And they'll just close it down take a couple more and then we'll go to live questions. Scarlett from north carolina asked. Is there any way to get trump out to do some rallies. He needs to be out there because the news is trying to erase him. Is he gonna go hit the road again. I think if enough people either right him or go on talk or organized petitions. I think he's very much inclined to go back to rallies with a purpose. That's why i mentioned putting pressure on the state legislatures. I mean all of these legislatures should be right in the middle of this. It's their laws which are being flouted. They have an obligation to their state to correct criminal behavior. And people who are refusing obey the law and so i think the president would go and do a capital rally in each of the major capitals of the states were described. He'd probably have a big impact on. Let me also say it's very important the not be around for donald trump. It has to be a rally for an honest fair accurate election. I am. I think that'll benefit. Trump was very important. This is really a fight about the integrity of the american electoral system. Much more notified about reluctant. Donald trump elaine from michigan. You touched on this a little bit. If you can talk a little more. What can be done one to make our voting system more secure from technological hacks in is there a way to nationalize federal election so that there's one standard when we vote for national office limited distinction. I think it'll be very helpful to have a minimum standard of honesty. Accuracy of being able to identify who the voter is for example but i wanted implemented by the fifty states as. You're watching right now. If you centralize all this actually make it easier to steal. I also would say that we have to very thoughtfully at this whole use of computers and the degree to which they can be hacked the degree to which they can be program. I'm very dubious about the currently using them. And i frankly don't understand why some countries brazil for example are able to hold elections the great deal more transparency and honesty than we rizza. Very puzzling problem. A qualcomm we believe in staying connected and you can see us wherever five g is helping transform telemedicine supporting remote education empowering mobile. Pc's the invention ages here. Learn more at qualcomm dot com slash invention age. I'm in college in china's doorman at the university of alabama. Which happens to have a lot to say when i say a lot to say about. Cj i'm the host the brand new podcast cj pearson nonsense now. This isn't gonna be your typical ads. And what i say. Well sometimes that gets me in trouble. Why because i couldn't care less not being glued correct a respecting anyone safe-space because until the world is all willy nilly what. The app was a safe space. What the hell was his idea. That feelings mattered more than we went from a world and actually value true to order which people now make the argument. They schrage phase. There are more than eighty genders to a world at shame people loving america too much. I'm tired of it. And that's why i'm here listen to cj pearson uncensored every thursday on the iheartradio app apple podcast. Wherever you get your podcast woody. Let's go over to you. If you wanna take some questions live from people that would be wonderful with to marry. What is the process stream. Court is hearing the the voter fraud case right now. They're hearing some aspect of it. Suppose they ruled there is voter fraud and they give some what enables the supreme court to enforce that. Certain things are overdone. Does the justice department jump in or what because only the federal government intervenes and enforce it. Who back in look. for example. The great segregation crisis ultimately is sending the second airborne to lure. Nation has the rule of law. The only have the rule of law. If you have the capacity to enforce law and that's part of what's at stake here you'd have a group of lawless Deliberately willfully breaking the law and believing that can get away. And that's why this is such an important moment in american history. Your next question is from thomas. Hello mr speaker. Mr biden himself. As you'll recall. Did a incredible freudian slip saying we have organized the biggest voter fraud organization in history. We have put together. I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of american politics. What evidence is there that he did what he told us he's doing. And how can we use that evidence. I think you simply use common sense and you look at how many states simultaneously stopped counting. How many states simultaneously began counting with new batches votes. How many of the patterns are similar across the states. I don't think these things happened by accident. I think they had targeted the states. That they wanted to take is really interesting. If you look at and biden's case you'll get the vote in cleveland. Chicago new york saint. Louis biden is not doing all that. Well now you get to the handful of places where it matters philadelphia detroit milwaukee atlanta suddenly. Awhile what was going on out there and why was he so magically better at the pan full of places they had to carry. I would argue that at a minimum. That requires serious exploration and a real effort to try to figure out what was going on and why he was so magically more popular in precisely the places they need okay. We have time for one more question. The question at how where some of the news agency they able to call the race before elections were certified and has happened asked well. They've just decided to go do it. I mean it has happened in the past. During the gore bush race the initially called florida for gore had to pull it back in on called it for bush. So we've seen some of that happened before. I we've ever seen quite as methodical and effort as we've seen this time. 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"Entity going on here right now. What was that? And you're like, okay, javale. Awesome. But what's going to happen? We need a backup center. Maybe Zukin do it. Zoo gets file Jimmy Johnson? No. Okay. Next guy. Lamarcus Aldridge was the saddest person in the building. When zoo left the game. This guy needs to stay in and you almost got the feeling to like Wenzel left. It'd be like, okay, you're not going to see any ever. Again, he's lays beginning, it becomes like the Monte GRANDE all of Lakers. He's never never going to see the and so. But then like Williams comes out of nowhere and Leo Ku's thirty. Seven point was great, Josh heart twenty, and ten and hitting threes. It was. It was it was wildly entertaining. Yeah, I don't think there's any question, but here's the thing. And now we can get into the stuff people can panic about a little bit. I, I have been a proponent and I had this. I have this bet which del that they'll finish. Now he wanted top fi. He said top five and pay somehow I got swindled into letting him go to top seven because LeBron has never finished top ten in pace. I look, I'm watching these games and I'm not. I'm not alone on this right? Like I'm texting people that would know about this stuff guys, either played coached executive types, and I'm watching this and every game I'm texting or getting taxed that the Bronx tired at the end of these games. And I actually think that the free throws was because he was gassed you know, I know there's the stat up there, ten of twenty one in the last minute. You know when the moon is, you know a full moon and all that stuff, whatever it was, the staff that he has been stats and info put out there. I get all that. But I think more of that is he's just got a burden that he's not used. To having or hasn't had an a. y. and he's wanting a breakneck pace that he's just not accustomed to. There's a reason BK the Brian win horse Ronin entire column about how much LeBron was walking last year, right? But I think he actually is. I think this all works well and it's gonna take ten games for him to get used to it for him to sort of mesh. Okay. This is how the game is. My wind is gonna go over the course of a game and all this facility. There's a judgments for everyone, but I think the idea is you saw with the fast break points and the points of the pain and all that kind of stuff that he's actually going to get to do a lot of walking this way too. Because if all goes, well, the Ron is a big Walker. He loves to walking and it's hits ten thousand steps in for you. But if this goes, well, they're going to be a lot of possessions where you don't have to walk past half court because Brandon Ingram Macau coups MO or somebody else is at the other side, finishing on the break, and he's not part of it. And I think you know the game changes last night to the first half there was like a lid on the rim. LeBron missed, like five layups easy the they're just little stuff like that where he's attacking, attacking, attacking, half of those go in. It's a different kind of game. You know. I'm not as worried about that. I think they're gonna keep playing this way. And I think in the long run, I think it's good for him. Not bad. Yeah, I, I don't agree with that. I just at getting older thirty four. Now my understanding was he had potentially parted ways with his training group trainers that had helped him. Basically since the Miami days. I don't like that and through Cleveland, but my understanding is that they have reached some sort of agreement where I guess they'll be involved, which I think as you get older, you know, we've always heard about the investment of a million dollars into his body and all that. I got this state. You can't go cheap on that zone. No, you gotta keep investing. And I gotta say for a guy who makes the kind of money that he does like that actually is a pretty reasonable investment. Like you said, you know what? He needs to bump that up to two billion or two millions to billions. A lot to billions probably was thinking my head is he's got like the billion dollar Nike. Deal. So it's like there's money there for sure. And again, as you get older, it's going to be more important to kind of stay into your body. Now, Luke Walton was not in tune with the rest yesterday and right out of the gate in his press conference. He let them have it watts. The play where I got a technical foul on what what happened to LeBron James on. It's the same thing that James harden and Chris Pat. Paul shot thirty free those on us the night before the wa- how Josh Hart plays this game. He played forty minutes tonight. All he does is attack the rim zero Fritos tonight zero. So to me, it doesn't matter if I know they're young, I get that. But if we're gonna play a certain way, let's not reward people for flopping thirty feet from the hole on plays that have nothing to do with that possession. They're just flop in just a key. They get a foul call now. Listen, I like Luke's approach there because I think it's worth the twenty five grand to make any dropped a giant novelty. Check on the table. I mean, I'm okay with that because I do think it's worth it to kind of establish that, but look, I think that could you blame the refs maybe. But what I would say is the biggest problem. The Lakers have has not been the reps. The biggest problem they have is their defense has been atrocious. Yes, it's been a defense spending the outside shooting. Like last night they rose. They finally got to thirty six percent thirty six percent, which is fine. Yeah, that'll do. But you know, but thirty six percent is not gonna make anybody go. Ooh, look at that. That's just competent and we saw the difference that made in their offense. But what I think Luke is getting at is correct, and he's smart because the offense is built or vein that we, we know it rob Lincoln Magic Johnson said about, we've got enough shooters think we know they know that they don't. Yeah. So the offense is built around. We can compensate by attacking attacking attacking and earning ten points extra at the line every game, of course, and they're not getting. The bump that they expected for sure. And that's what four points of the paint last now and forty something fast, break points. Listen, I'm not disputing anything that Luke said, and I actually liked the reasoning behind it because I think you have to do that in this league and all the great coaches have done it from Phil Jackson to Pat Riley to Larry Brown at cetera. They all play the ref game right in the media like they've done that with look for. But if we're going to look at what's wrong here, if I'm creating a list, like refs is not at the time, it's not defense or lack thereof, Henry and hacienda heights. What's up Henry. George. Should be only two guys. Listen, I know much in a game with my Laker heart am I make bias, but to me just seems that the rest are not giving a benefit of the doubt to LeBron when he drives chain goes with with heart, and I'm not sure if it's if it's a bias or like what the situation is, but to me is in pretty glaring that the disparity in terms of fouls being called is pretty obvious. I tweeted about this last night and you can, of course follow me on Twitter at Sodano ESPN and at Cam brothers for b. k. and LeBron he said this yesterday when asked about the Lakers defense fouling too much putting the Spurs on the line. He said, quote, it's hard with the new rule changes. You literally can't stop. Anybody. Are you living. Are you can't touch anybody, excuse me. Well, you can. You can touch somebody and then he had the rice smile. Right? Which is basically intimating that no foul me and and it's all good, right? But you can't LeBron's credit. He's right about this there. Two guys in my entire career of watching and covering basketball, particularly that I've seen that refs having really difficult time officiating shack and LeBron James. Yes, because they're so massive. They're so big, so strong, so powerful. So quick for their size that it becomes really tough for refs to officiate. Yes, exactly. And he got the line think eleven times last night, but in the first half, particularly, I think he thought he got there was just he wasn't getting certain calls when he attacks the Baskin, even LeBron James will eventually stop going there. If he's not getting the call, sort of a natural reaction for a lot of people you start to settle for jump shots. I. Both things that they are not playing defense effectively. They are following too much and the other team I think deserves to get the line more or less as much as they are. I think the the argument that the Lakers would make an I would agree with them is the Lakers need to get more of those calls because the problem is the Lakers don't have those guys LeBron harden Aldridge demar derozan. These are all guys who are being in the league awhile, our top twenty guys in terms of how often they get to the line. So the refs start to look for this condition. Kouzmin doesn't have that reputation grooms fighting against and and they they need to reach that point. We're gonna come up with a couple of more Laker. Things to get into is specifically want to get into where Lonzo was yesterday because there is a wide range of how people felt that he played yesterday, we'll tell you what we think coming up in just a second. So Beka you were just telling me about your car buying experience and you were you said that there were you saw car that popped up now in your. Mail that was three years old, but only had fifteen thousand mile. Twelve eight. And you were worried about that. It was a twenty fifteen. Oh, so it's almost four years four years old? Yeah. And at least yeah. So like I it's one of those deals relocating say, well, what's wrong with good to be true. Good because the price, it's like, was it an accident? There's something going on here because it wasn't driven. It wasn't driven enough yet. I really nervous to buy a car with that low Mike punches. Are you in on that? Are you worried about the car? That's almost four years old that only has just under thirteen thousand miles. I would be very worried. You'd be skeptical? Yes, very skeptical. The core facs. Yeah, I've got a chance during the kind of happy Docker net stuff too. Yeah, yeah, sort of cork. Oh, Dr. Carson. It was certified, so it makes me a little more. Okay. But there is something to that though. We're like, you know, cars are meant to be driven, so like there's that sweet spot where you want seven or eight thousand miles a year as opposed to seventeen or eighteen down by nervous about two. Yeah. Now, my mom before she stopped driving, which was within the last two years. My mom is seventy nine years old and she stopped driving two years ago because she moved to an area where there's everything was within walking distance. So she on her last lease which was like a Toyota Corolla or something like that. I she had less than six thousand miles over three years because she literally would just drive it to the grocery store and the Bank, and that was pretty much it because old people, that's what they do. Exactly. And that's what I'm all be happy about because most of the time it's an older person that really drives me like great condition. The counterpoint to my own argument is the car that we just traded in. We've, we've done this this one. I just can't get off all these mailing lists of people keep sending things to maybe go. I wish I'd bought that car which is actually even worse, but my wife's car which we just turned. It was a two thousand seven that had seventy eight thousand mile. Okay, so that's nothing. That's nothing on average. It was driven like six thousand miles a year, right? So they haven't, you know, maybe look, it just depends. Right. Like you have to know who the owner is. And then I think after that it changes everything. I agree. Tom, apparently Pasadena has something on these on the car situation. What's up, Tom. I am driving your car from a very popular online car dealership. Yeah. I've actually had eight was eight years old when I bought it and was always ten thousand dollars. If a Honda Accord fully loaded and has less than seventy thousand miles on it somehow after eight years in LA. Wow, that camping. But then I asked them and they showed me the Carfax and it turns out the previous owner. She was a older single woman, right? Who basically just drove to her century city office from her center city condo and home every day, maybe to the grocery store or something like that, right. She did everything within her community. How's it? How's the car working for you? I'm still driving eight years later. There you go look at. See, thank you, Tom, Dirk, see, this is why we buy Hondas on they last forever. Toyota Honda general. They just this Japanese cars. I mean they last forever, but anyway, so so you don't be so skeptical beak. Thomas also too. I just bought the car. I don't want some other car PA. That was better. All right. This car that I just got sucks. There's something wrong with it. There's a snake that lives in the. At least you have to figure that, yes. All right. Fair enough. Lonzo yesterday a wide variety of an range of takes on how he played yesterday. I thought he played fine. I thought if you you leave a game at halftime, Dan lonzo's. Awesome, right. You show up at halftime. You're like, where's Lonzo? Right. Eleven points at eleven points at halftime. Finished. Eleven points. Yeah, he wasn't very. It wasn't involved in. That's what it is now. Enough. It's not. It's not scoring. Yeah. If you watch what's going on in these games, Lonzo has an I like to just watch him partially because his physicality is bizarre and he looks weird when he's running around, but he's just he's different than almost anybody you'll see around the league. So it's fun to just watch him focus on that guy all the way around the floor and the first half. He was so much more involved in stuff. He's grabbing a rebound he's making a quick pass in the second half. He wasn't. Some of that is probably because LeBron started a lot more assertive, Karagwe LeBron's land, four points in the first half, right and needed to play better. But it's just there. There's this thing with Lonzo where he can kind of disappear into the wallpaper and that needs to stop because he's he's a guy. And I've said this, I know you said this George. He can have an enormous impact in a game without scoring. Correct. Which is rare. Yeah, but he still needs to be aggressive to do it. It's an aggressive pass. It's an aggressive, a quick move of board and a kick whatever it might be. And I thought in the first half. He was a certif-. He took open shots when they were vailable to pass me. Good passes when they weren't in the second half a little more tentative, a little less aggressive and just you didn't know he was there and you should never watch play for forty minutes without knowing his and look his impact. As you pointed out can be felt in other ways that don't involve scoring right, whether it's moving the ball defensively, you know, there's a lot of ways not as you do that. There was a great article written, man. I want to say it's almost ten years ago. Now when Shane Batty played for the rockets, the no stats, all star, sort of like the one that kind of mainstream the analytics, right? Yeah. I mean, Shane was kind of the prototypical analytics role player shot. Threes played great defense, that kind of stuff. He was basically the epitome or the definition of three d. players kind of where we got that from him. Now I think Lonzo can be better than that. But if you read that story in the New York Times about Shane Batty from two thousand eight, the no stats all star it, it can teach you about ways. Lonzo can particularly affect the game. Without having to put the ball in the basket all the time. Absolutely. And I just I I, I'm I'm a fan of like I'm incredibly encouraged by what I've seen so far particularly with his outside shot and the fact that Lonzo shooting confidently. Yeah and shooting. Well, it's going the only guy on the team with a pretty good hearts I guess is is tolerable as well. But there there aren't a lot of dues on that team with tolerable three point percent, right? And he's one of them. Yeah, you catch and shoot all that stuff is looking really good as he gets more confident that he's got the strength that we saw it yesterday. You had a good couple of good finishes inside. There's all kinds of good stuff going on there. Now it's just a matter of of, can you do that for if he plays thirty minutes tonight? Thirty five. You know, he's going to be at least until Rondo comes back. You know, thirty five minutes a night. See maintaining that ability to impact things all the whole time. So you don't go ten minutes going way. Where's Lonzo like? That just shouldn't happen. He's to skilled agree in two tower tickly from a passing standpoint, I think. And I don't care if the assist numbers aren't what they were last year, but as long as they're within a reasonable range because he's not gonna have the ball in his hands as much to make those kind of passes. I, I'm okay with that. But his shooting has been fantastic through three games, forty two percent. The last two nights he's actually shot the ball very well from three point range and he's forty six. Overall I, if he finishes Forty-six percent from the field and even thirty six thirty, seven percent Thursday percents for from three. I'd be totally fine. Those are totally respectable number. I didn't hear the morning show this morning, but I, when I got, you know, around to checking my phone was hours before I got Twitter today, my message were filled with people getting on Travis and. Was on this, you know, stream of mentions and it was like about arguments about plus minus in this, that and the other. And here's the thing. I mean, first of all, plus minus is a valuable stat in the right context. Okay. Plus minus in an individual game. I know I get. I don't know the argument. I just know that people were arguing his minus fourteen. I don't know if that's necessarily indicative of anything other than the grouping of five that he played with that they got run out of the gym. What are we all screaming about today? How amazing Jonathan Williams was right. What a revelation, for sure. He was plus one right there was fine. There were one point better writing on the floor, but over first of all, you see the difference of these things overtime over Representative sample size. Jonathan Williams was incredibly valuable and useful in great last night. He was also a plus one. So does that mean he actually wasn't that good, right? No, it just means, you know, there are other guys around land Stevens. It was a plus seventeen. He did some great stuff, but you know, he was also on the floor when you know the Spurs kind of let the foot off the gas a little bit with the Spurs had their second guys out there. You can't do it game to game. I just think you can watch somebody and you can kind of measure the impact that they're having and Lonzo is all over the place. And this is the problem last year, right? But he guy still hasn't played fifty NBA games, right NBA correct. So fifty three as a matter of fact, right. So I mean, it's it's juries out, take a minute. Yeah, yeah. And I look in last year, I'll I'll, I'll level with you. I didn't really like Lonzo last year just because of all the stuff around it. I got. I was over all of it. I was over the Lonzo as musician in the smoldering photos of him that would go out is like a rap artists like I don't. I don't need all this stuff because if as not playing well enough, but you separate all that from the actual play and the player he's been. He's been fine. He's been, there's a lot of potential. Yeah, he, he's absolutely been fine coming up. Next, Tim Kirk is not just fine. He's exceptions. Great. He's our ESPN MLB insider. We'll talk to him about this dodgers Red Sox series who he likes and why. What kind of chances does he give the dodgers will get Tim's thoughts here in just a moment. But first when it comes to safety, there's nothing more important than your vehicle's brakes. We were just talking about cars a second ago. So you've got to trust the professional parts people at a Reilly auto parts to help you choose the brakes that are the exact fit for your vehicle car truck. You name it. They got it brands. You trust like. Break best and break best. Select not to mention Wagner. Thermo quiet O'Reilly. Auto parts has all the brake parts and accessories that you need at guaranteed low prices. So it makes you get out there and see my buddies at a Reilly auto parts, arriving auto parts, better parts, better prices, everyday, Tim, Kirk in is next, hey, real quick. And maybe you already saw this within the last hour, but traffic is really bad on the one on one in Agoura hills because there was a small plane crash. Yeah. So just kind of a void that area. Not that of course, you know, LA traffic isn't bad enough as it is on a regular. How would you handle that? Like if you were like driving along this happen, all. Plane lands on freeways. The thing that happens more not daily, but it happened in more than you'd think as a driver. I don't think I would handle that. I don't either. I don't know what you do stop. Do you keep you just put the hit the gas? I mean, it may not be able to do either because of traffic the natural. The natural thing to do is you hit the brakes and you freeze like a deer? Yeah, but sometimes you need to keep going. Keep you don't want the things on you. Right? Yeah. Tim coaching has landed on the show. He joins us here on the Sodano show here on ESPN LA Tim, thank you so much time. Good afternoon. How are you. Doing great game one tonight as I'm sure you're very excited for. I saw the stat that was sent out by the company. Clayton Kershaw is an underdog for the first time in a hundred and ninety nine starts. We've had a lot of conversations here on this station about Clayton Kershaw currently the future. Where are you on what kind of pitcher? He's become this season. Well, he certainly not the dominant picture that we remember from say three years ago when he was the best pitcher that some people had ever seen and was headed towards being certainly one of the greatest pitchers of all time. Now he doesn't throw that hard anymore. And we saw from his last start, which was very effective. Lots of curve balls last fighters and people didn't hit him because see so smart. He's so polished. He knows exactly what he's doing that he doesn't heed ninety eight anymore to be dominant. But like any other pitcher, if he misses in the strike zone and ninety three, it's going to be a whole lot different than missing in the strike zone at ninety eight. So I think he's really good pitcher. I'm a little surprised underdog because he's still so good, but the suspen way, this is the Red Sox, Chris sale, the put it all together. Maybe there's a lot to it. Taking care of that kind of into this game, what does Kershaw new Kershaw mean facing vis Boston lineup. Well, this Boston lineup is relentless and you don't get away with anything with his crew. So he's going to have to really pitch because they handle high velocity. And even though he doesn't have quite the same view, he still throws hard enough to get them out. But you better be precise with this group because they have at least two guys. Mookie Betts, JD Martinez don't even fit the mold anymore of what today's great inner is these guys football in play a hit at hard all over the field. They're unpredictable. They have well behind the count. They do all that where so many other hitters are walk, strikeout home, run guy. The Red Sox have several other guys who just give you a much tougher at bat, and that's what Kershaw will be up again tonight with the Red Sox to be insider with us here on the Sodano show on ESPN LA. How do the parks factor into this Tim? Like, you know, clearly Fenway. You know, teams have to adjust to playing there because of the short porch in the wall and whatnot. How do you believe the parks factor into what these teams do? Well, I think they're both really important. You know, the Red Sox had the best home record in baseball. This year fifty seven and twenty four. That's pretty good record at home. They also average five point. Eight runs scored and four point. Four point zero run allowed, and that gap is the second-biggest of any team in the last fifteen years. Plus if you've never played here and Matt camp is the only dodger outfielder who's ever played a game here. This is an acquired taste. This is a tricky part Nokes and crannies everywhere. Giant wall metals or board ladder. The left field wall green. This is a tough place to play even for guys who've been play near for years. So I think that adjustments going to take time and of course any lefthander here at the look over show. Older and see now that wall is three hundred fifteen feet from home plate and it's pretty imposing. So it's a tough place to play. But you know, Dodger Stadium has its own little. I wouldn't say quirks, but at is a big ballpark, even though it doesn't look fake from I land. So I think home field is really important. This series, Tim, one of the things that I don't quite get. I know you can look at the records and obviously Boston has a ton of great talent, but I don't understand why it seems that Boston is island. Maybe it's the LA thing, but like such an overwhelming favourite in the series. It seems like a lot. You see a lot more Boston in four or five, six kind of things than you do. Dodger picks and whatever is, is there a reason for that? To me, it seems much more like a coin flip series. Waited a little more towards the socks. Well, I'm with you on this. I've got the Red Sox in seven, and I think the reason people do this is that the Red Sox won sixteen more games than the dodgers did this year. There's only one other World Series. I was in nineteen. Oh six. Where team with at least sixteen more wins than the other team did not win the World Series, but no, that really matters. I think at this point, I think the Red Sox are feisty better teams. That's why I think they're going to win. But baseball, there's no telling what's going to go on here. I was at the eighty eight World Series as we're supposed to clobber the dodgers and it was over in five. So never ever think there's a guarantee about anything in baseball, especially when you get to this late in the season, Tim Kirk in with us here on the Saddana show on ESPN LA. How much does Manny Machado success on this particular team on this dodger team have to do with his. His potential decision this off. Well, I think I think it has quite a bit to do. Let's just, let's just say he hasn't monster. Siri, they win the World Series. He is the toast of the town and how would he not want to come back to LA and how could dodgers justify him getting away when there is a solution that's not an easy solution, but moves some other people around whether it's Manny to third or Cory Seager to second or however you gonna do this. It's not easy, but I think it all depends how well he plays and how this team does. And let's say he doesn't play well, let's say they don't win the World Series. My guess is he will go play somebody somewhere else next year, Philadelphia, something like that. Is there a premium, Tim, like where you could pay him some sort of go play third base tax. Don't have to move Cory Seager. It makes a ton of him at third base for the dodgers, then you bump Turner to second. It makes perfect sense if you can get him to play. Third way really is a plus defender and all that other stuff. Yeah. And again, this is where I think Manny will be flexible others disagree with me because I do know how much he loves play shortstop, but I think he would be flexible, paid him the right amount of money, and he's returning to a world championship team, and he just came off a great World Series. All those factors probably have to be in place for that to happen. But I, I think there's a chance if everything falls correctly for him and the speaking of futures, we talked about Kershaw to start the interview. What do you make of his future. I think he's going back to the dodgers now there's nothing really debase that on other than his ten years with the team, he may say, I can get more on the open market if I opt out, and but I'm not sure he's built that way. I think the only thing that I can see and I must say from a distance here is if he sees a chance to go back to the Rangers is in his home state of Texas, and they have a new ballpark opening and he's gonna be the cornerstone pitcher for them when they get good into year, we're not sure if he's going to be a cornerstone pitcher at that time, but it's something to at least consider to me. That's the only way he doesn't hit for the dodgers next year. And further along is if his home town team comes along and just blows them away in order to bring him there. And at this point, I think that's still unlike. I agree with you, Tim, it's that. Does that feel so not Clayton Kershaw, right? The guy chasing the money, a guy, willing to go play for a bad team for two or three years just because they're paying more. I mean, none of that sounds like Kershaw in the slightest, but at the same time, the dodgers I don't think are going to open the Bank and give him some sort of gigantic reward for being a great dodger for this long if he decides to opt out. I agree with that too, and I don't think it's like Clayton Kershaw day, you know, I've been hurt three years in a row. I didn't have my best year this year. I don't have my best stuff like I did three years ago. Give me a whole lot more money that doesn't sound like him either the to me to me somehow, someway they come to an agreement and he pitches for them next year and beyond Tim, how much does experience factor into this? I mean, the Red Sox haven't most of them have not been on this stage. The dodgers were just on this stage even though they have a lot. A young players. Does that matter in this kind of series. Well, I think it always does, but let's face it guys. The Red Sox just one hundred eight games. They just tore through to one hundred win teams in the playoffs. And they beat the after rather handily and they went five zero on the road against to one hundred one teams. I don't think this stage in this series, even though it's the biggest series of the year is significantly bigger than the two series that they, they just play one against their archrival, you know, five games here. He and the other against the defending world champion. So I think they're over the ovoid notes variance in the World Series. I think they, they've got the postseason experience. They need to not be jittery or nervous or in any kind or tonight the series. So I'm going to do a tale of the tape here. You're gonna give me a one word answer. Who has the edges starting pitching. Dodgers who has the edge of the bullpen. Dodgers who has the edge in their batting line-up Red Sox who has the edge defensively redback who has the edge it closer. Push. All right. That's why don't pushes is is a finance right fact. Fact, sorry, Red Sox. Okay. You know kimbrel there. Well, I mean, Tenley has not been kenley of late. And then lastly, who has the managerial edge in your opinion. Red Sox. Okay. And you have to add in you have to add in homefield advantage? Right, doc? Okay. Fair enough. And you have Red Sox and seven, ten cartoon. Maybe we we can get Tim out here to LA and help LeBron needs some shooters. I know that Tim is actually a hell of a shooter from Modesto. Can you be out there? Can you knock down some threes still. I'm sixty one years old of five, four and a half, and I do if I don't think I'm going to be making any breeze with bras that just makes you a short Dirk. You're like the short dirt. That's what we'll call you cook. It's Kirk instead of dirt gets Kirk. There. It is tipped Gertie ESPN insider, Tim, you're the best. Thank you so much for the time as always hokey guys. See it see a take care, our coverage of the boys in blue in the playoffs powered by valvoline. Instant oil change home with a fifteen minute drive through oil change visit. So Cal oil change dot com for locations near you. I. So what we'll do is we'll get kind of go through some attempts thoughts. There was some things in his tale of the tape that I, I don't agree with tell you what some of those things are next year. In our last segment, I saw thanks to Tim Kirk Jane for joining his there. He is literally one of the nicest people in these. Great. Yeah, such a nice man, but I do disagree with him a little bit. When we went over the tale of the tape early on, he was in on the dodgers right? Starting pitching. He gave the dodgers bullpen. He gave the dodgers. He did not give the dodgers the closer Kimble's been all over the map right now. Kenley hasn't been all that great. In the if you take the the season as a total right of by kenley standards, putting last Brown. Yeah, yeah. Kenley was on. The Mariano Rivera track last season. It felt like we're last two seasons really. Right. And then he wasn't that so, but yeah, I would still absolutely take him over Craig kimbrel. First of all, Craig kimbrel motion just drives me insane with Phil. I'm are my body and sat right. My body's at one hundred and eighty degrees, and then my arm is sticking out like I'm a broken robot on up. Yeah, like the tin man, right? Or something that just is arm is broken. Like what the hell kind of wind up is that it's just stupid. I know what I'm not old school baseball puritan intern when it comes to like for, I think everyone should be. They should be required to flip your bat. After you hit the ball should be required, noxious lex and like, do the CIA degeneration, x role WWE's. All of these things should be required of of people and I and I don't like that kimbrel arm. Most thing ever stopped that tweet us right now is the Kimbrell arm thing. Just annoying. Or the most annoying at Sodano ESPN at Cam brothers. By the way, we are taking up till four o'clock because we've got dodgers coverage. The game will be right here game. One of the World Series is right here on ESPN LA seven, ten. So you don't need to go anywhere because we got you and then we'll have a full show tomorrow, right? Full show tomorrow. Two hours tomorrow a with two hours tomorrow. Yes, to Lakers for the Lakers would only start early side. We're on till five thirty and starts at seven. Yeah, so we're until five thirty and then five thirty. We've got the pre-game show. Either way it is super annoying. It just drives me crazy. But with that said, I don't agree with kurkin there. The managerial stuff is interesting. I do think that anything I think that's kind of a push. Yeah, I corps has been fantastic. Has been great. I think Dave Roberts has been great. Yeah. I mean, both these teams are are heavy analytics teams that well, it was interesting to use the front off. Yes. Well, this official, the Red Sox is actually not very driven. It's actually, Alex Cora is the center price there analytics movement. So but the the, the views number do all this stuff. And there's a lot of you know, but there I think what helps is it's probably easier and this may sound a little strange, but like in the age of interleague play, I think it's weirder for the team that has to deal with their d. h. yeah than it is for the team that doesn't like the Red Sox announcing when they go to the National League. Right, right. It's a disadvantage from the standpoint of, we've got to figure out what to do with JD. IT's. Now, Jackie Bradley probably sits out or whatever. However they choose with the dodgers their defense. They've got a ton of guys that can put right in the dodgers can figure out who their, but like the way the dodgers play in how they moved guys in and out of the lineup and how they use their h. and today Kemp is the deal right when you pull him how you pinch at all of these things are are are kind of predicated on a National League style of play. Yup. And I think that that the American League teams now because they play however many ten games a year, twelve games a year, whatever it is in nationally parks anyway, with interleague play like that. Weirdness goes away the it's it's a disadvantage for your lineup and your defense. Yes, but you know how to do it. Yeah. Daniel Amaya tweets, b k says, there is no, there's there's no more annoying thing in sports. He needs to stop that stop. Yeah, with creek kimbrough's arm thing might just stop that. Don't do that. What are you? What is what does that even do? Nothing. It's annoying. Does nothing for. Are you at anything? I feel like that's gotta hinder, write him a little bit because that's just not an actual motion. Look. I mean, whatever. That's probably yeah. He's been all the way right, and he's paying the World Series and we're not right, whatever. Yeah, it's just annoying. We're right, and he's wrong, just annoying anyway. So what else did Tim have now? He, he gave the Red Sox the advantage in in the lineup and we'll get that. That makes sense, right? Yeah, yeah. The bottom, I will say, I will say this. I, I don't disagree with. I don't disagree with them because I think the top end talent in that lineup is better than the top talent in the dodgers on. Yeah, I do think though you could make at least make an argument that the dodgers lineup goes deeper down the Banda. Yes, particularly as you start to get down into the band yet stuff like that. But you know, when you get past Mookie Betts and JD Martinez is the best heater in writing series. Yeah, you know, you go back through the rest of it. You know, go around the diamond for the dodgers and Machado and Justin Turner in Muncie. If he's playing second or Taylor, whoever it is right. We David playing for my babies. He's playing for my babies, hitching rate in the playoffs. It's like, yeah, the dodgers lineup may not have JD Martinez in it, but it's got one through nine other than Austin Barnes. Everyone in that lineup is a good hitter. Yeah, and camps, not hitting the ball particularly well right now. So that makes that makes a big difference. Zanny Machado, no religion to Manny at tweets us. It's the stupidest thing in baseball hashtag kimbrel Paolo Lanao tweets us and says, definitely the most annoying thing ever hashtag cringe-worthy hashtag, just throw the ball already hashtag kimbrel. Yeah, just throw the ballroom. He does take forever. I'd only like bias, yes, he it. You can order a pizza in between pitches all my God that tent for real do like, you know, we're trying to speed up the game. Just think we're just homers here. Yeah, if you're doing it wrong, we'll tell you if you're on RT. Exactly. Yeah, but that but kimbro enough of Kim, that's not like. This is like easy for me because I grew up hating the Red Sox now. It's only a little bit difficult for me because I actually am friendly with Alex Cora, Alex Cora, and I became very friendly when I was in Bristol. So I've kind of like, yeah, it'd be nice room, but I just hate the Red Sox. Like the reality is my hate for the Red Sox, definitely trumps my friendliness towards Allegheny hate for the Red Sox isn't really about the Red Sox because I always liked them way more than the Yankees. And I always I didn't really think he's growing up and I like the Red Sox uniforms and I like the ballpark and fenway's amazing place to watch game. I hate Red Sox fans, and I propose to, I particularly hate what Red Sox fans became after they one. Here's the perfect example. New money? Yes, that's all they are. They were the the, the, the family that wanted to be elite and have the the, the wealth, and then they hit the lottery, right? And they got rich, but they're not wealthy. The just rich. The sense of entitlement after will. Now we went on, aren't we supposed to win every year thousand winning you guys already? So the World Series is coming up next makes you stay tuned for that. You don't have to go anywhere dodgers game one against the Red Sox, but get this. Join me at the tilted kilt in chino on Monday Byron, stats going to be there with me. We're going to be hanging out doing the game show starting at three thirty. But right now the first ten callers to eight seven seven, seven SPN eight seven seven seven three seven seven six will get VIP list and have a chance to win an autographed. All bunch of autograph merchandise. We got tickets. We got gift cards, all sorts of stuff. And you can also text to get on our VIP list. Sodano my last name as e. d. anno two four zero seven zero five. 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Sanctuaries & Yachtleys

Inspirado Projecto

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Sanctuaries & Yachtleys

"It's Superhero and you're listening to in Spoleto project. Oh December fourth two thousand Nineteen Yali crew is playing for A company called the warehouse and they had something to do with inventing pokemon go. What's interesting is my buddy spencer? Who submitted a film through Powell didn't realize worked for this place and he he he went up to the other day and he said Hey? What about Hiring Yati crew for holiday party and they said how the heck did you know that we hired you outlay crew? He said I didn't this. Will we hire those guys ice. And he goes oh my gosh. My friend isn't Ed band so I ended up finding out about that. How crazy is that? So we're playing that party today out there Marina Delray Marina so raise where we I took our first photos of crew. And I'm waiting right now for Philly Ocean to come pick me up. He's picking me up taking me out there and the load in time. I believe if I screen shot at it correctly It is what are we got. What are we gotta we gotta we gotta we gotta what are we got Three PM got loaded three PM so oh okay so we're we are we're loading in three PM. And I think we're planning eight so sometimes takes a little bit of time for us to break down but the things In order and then do the sound check all areas but all their razzmatazz. There's a chair sitting here in front of the building to sit in here You just wait and like you looks like it wants me to sit sit down there with it. I'm contemplate. I think I'M GONNA shoot it I'm going to take video this thing. I'm compelled I gotTa do this. GotTa do this before it disappears Oh Yeah let's. Let's see if I could do this at the same time was. Let's see if I could do the seats the same time I might as well give it a try a A A Guy Deuce before he kiki big meal. Let's try this. Let's try this. Here's your fun fact. The world famous Hollywood would sign was put in place in Nineteen twenty-three by real estate developer originally meant to stay in place for only eighteen months to advertise properties it originally read Hollywood land. The signed remained in place long after it was intended to and in one thousand nine hundred forty nine the word. The land was removed. Stay tuned for two in sporadic project. Oh for more fun facts. Okay so I just shot the chair. this footage will be used for the future. I'm starting to gather footage. People are just send enemy of their own findings and These I'm going to just certain put all this stuff into my own creations. There we go there it is found poetry. Baby he found poetry to the Max to the Max. So this is my idea. Jenny Jennifer Shendi AK Jenny Clendenin Aka Jennifer Shenzhen in my sister. My soul sister by birth sister Butterfly sister she's a butterfly. Also Mermaid. She's a mermaid made butterfly. It's my sister she gave me. You could see the documentation. What what we did with it? You can actually go to instagram dot com slash INSPIR- auto project. Oh you can actually see what we did with what she gave me. which is this? It's a new notebook Fr- ideas. She gave me three pens scheme. Some markers and I said okay. You know what this was for my birthday. Birthday of number twenty fourth. The day after FIBONACCI sequence Hukou was that FIBONACCI sequence starts one. One two three on the next day. Bam Bam Zo Banjo. It's interesting because I grew up in three two one arrowhead trail three to one arrowhead. So anytime time I saw three to one anything I immediately thought of home three two one. The running time for maximum tune in the menacing squid is forty two seconds thirty one seconds pins four four four three two and forty three minutes and twenty one seconds. There we go for three to one crazy arrowhead. There we go three to an Arrowhead Arrowhead when I think of Arrowhead I'm thinking of three Bam we fire away. Well guess what. I'm also a Sagittarius. A massage cemeteries have eros centres. I'm a center. It's interesting my name. Kurt is in the word Centaur if I think about it. C. E. N. T. A. R. C. U. R. T. as in Centaur what if my full name is Centaur and the shortened it to Kurt Liu Centaur ooh okay. I think you guys are now. Witnessing the birth of a brand new alter ego Centaur Uu Centaur Centaur that is good Centaur. Wow It's good. It's crazy because in my name is in in it it Centaur Bam Haha interesting interest sent like century century tree. Centaur today live to be do they. Are they known to be living. Hundreds of years old Centaur Centaur. Wow Man Centaur. You're well there you go all right cool. Well we'll we'll be using it So I got this book now. I've decided I'm GonNa Bring this with me where I go. I'M GONNA use use this in conjunction with my within spreader project. Oh podcast as many of you know as ms some viewer just tired of hearing me say but it's always a bears worth was repeating because it might maybe you're maybe you'll feel encouraged to do the same my This podcast you're listening to here is of course my the journal my diary my my thoughts Things that are striking my antenna bleep bloop in Montana at that very moment. When I'm putting down putting down on the page the page here is you? You are the cauldron stirring ingredients in the cosmic soup. I'm stirring it up stirring it up and you're the ones we're all involved here Senate crazy were co creating reading this experience number one because you chose to tune into this for for whatever reason something blipped here in Tennessee Made you follow your calling. decided tune into this thing and go. Hey what the heck's going on here and then wait is this. Is this Philly Ocean. I think I know that's not fill Yoshida. Is it yeah physicians here. We'll talk more later. I got a load this in but man we will talk to more later. All right more later so I discovered recently that the bees are coming back in style. They've changed the is a little bit so are there now just like led pixels on like a little digital screen instead of the the actual like plastic. Ask eyeballs opening and closing and Apparently they during including it with like an APP. And so they're bringing back the Furby and so my prediction is that there's going to be furby movie. I don't think we've ever. Hey cranberry bar those of you who listen to inspirational project. Which is what you're listening to right now? Know exactly how much I appreciate anchor. Anchor is a free app you can get in the APP store. A lot of folks are going. How the heck do I make a podcast? What kind of equipment do I need do? I need to get special microphones. Do I need to get special software. What the heck is all that crazy stuff about will have no fear folks the actual microphone on your cell? 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We landed at first curse SPLAT. Now you had that in synchronous moment you're talking to your a student about this. Super Mario Kart Song. Take this walk out into the piano in sitting Dan or this league over the core changes so Had to go to the piano and figure out the court's first of all and then you get out. Can you actually go to figure out of course simple jazz jazz courts. Yeah there's like two five one cords circle affords Actually surgical the circle of fifths circle or diminish six So we go to the piano to play the chords and I forgot. I had an intend to we saw and all of my piano. Is Mario Kart eight transcribing Hijaz Lick them on May piano. This is like a junior high school. So it's exciting to me to think about all all those little elements that had to fall into place in order for those specific moments to match up and then here secret babies and so so cool is the fact that we've had the band synchronous city opening up for us. I mean that's been exploding. My brain do synchronous synchronous base. Just there's the reason that happened it's we. We are the only I love the fact that there are like our little secret weapon because this is only there's there was only their second show and the second time we had them play service. Crowd loves them. Everyone at the really massage their brains. Maybe we shouldn't have this guys. I know we. We don't have our own little mini festival imagining twisted Gypsy Stig David Wonderful following and I love those guys get synchronicity on their tape. I think his is pretty cool. They've been along with this a couple times not tape but we'll do. We could do synchronicity right. And so theater and also the band to the junk junkyard. What are they called God? I can't believe swamp Iraq Soi Brock. Those guys I think they're awesome to invite the way we're playing the Ventura theatre. Did you see that. Yeah that's in twenty twenty when you twenty six boys incredible. That's what's what's aware of what's it called the venture what it's the majestic theater majestic theater twenty-eighth the majestic theater which that's a big. That's a big place to promote heavy. Everyone everyone heavy pet. How how cool is it? We have these awesome themes that just keep popping up. I mean majestic would a great word. You know that's magical and fantastic mixed one at the same time justic synchronous magical and fantastic only cow. synchrony synchronicity the city synchronization. It's just incredibly because we keep surrounding ourselves with these wonderful passive vibes and it's like okay Nintendo sixty now so at seven. Oh six we were talking about the secret city. They haven't yet. We're talking about trying to remember. And then seeing how the things things that we create now evolve into the future and how those domino fix seven fifteen someone from Egypt on our website. We get this shoe. Imagine Maginness we talk about all the different. Let's talk about our love this riverside. La Chicago Illinois Illinois. Oh my God Harris. California Vista Will Valley on Granada Hills. It's San Francisco San Diego Egypt. Egypt imagine that dude we play in front of pinks any great. Oh my God Irvine Whittier Agora Hills. This is all within. The two hours is blowing my love this I love this because it notifies me my who else what other places. I mean Egypt's worlds when somebody's on the website find at sea. Because if I want to go chat with that person they can but I I don't I just use it to see how interesting is that. There's someone out there in Egypt. who how did they come across it? I have no idea how they came across Egypt. Just know yachts in Egypt. Okay here we WELLESZ Yorba Linda. Los Angeles Sherman Oaks Rolling. High Lake. Elsinore Elsinore Manhattan beach. Hawthorne Woodland Hills Dude Irvine Website Stats Agoura hills Los Angeles India Egypt and India India tonight tour. La Sacramento in front of the chair. Mitts Torito's Los Angeles San Marcos Beach. New York ORC Santa Monica this all in the last couple of hours do this is wow. This band is GonNa take us to all the places we've ever wanted to visit. You know so much of the stuff that we've talked about that we've imagined so far has come to place and it's so crazy because it's like we keep feeding the imagination. Look how this stuff is evolving at a rapid pace. It's crazy word of mouth is ridiculous in over in all the people who who need each other at these shows they love hanging out with each other and then they become friends. And it's man. I love seeing seeing how than they become friends on Instagram facebook. All the social networks people have such a good time in her shows. They do that you know they they wanna they wanna tell all their friends got great. We'll get this full experience. It's a good time if we all go together put hundred and then an extra good time by yet by dressing up in his law drinks. I can't wait to see the kind of crazy dresses all dress ups tonight. A lot of people The the the Gal in there Janette she was saying that. So many of these these people have planned specifically what kind of what they're going to be wearing it. So cool how cool it is each. And every one of these people have decided to go out and get their particular costumes and whatnot to then contribute to our show. How Fun is that? We're creating a little cultures creating a little Utopian society with us. We're creating utopias mobile so much. Traffic Cyprian grateful dead or burning man. You know it's like one of those kinds of selling. I'm going to find out from this sell advertising to like fucking He sell it till like to What's his face guy from player? Peter Beckett so okay so the more hits you say Peter Beck has got their charge him money to keep it up there because we get so much trouble he would be a part of our festival festival to why not. I think it'd be great. I mean we get his buddies Elliott leaning Guy Michael Salts gets Ringo Starr Dude could you imagine we put together our own dream band thinks donor shores Robinson on. Please Forgo Angela Angela Moore. Did we tap all these people that are just so so you don't we do. Is it become so easy. It's like this who is receptive. Who wants to play? Let's do it. It's all their tea. All that's all it takes me. Who's responsible who likes the idea who wants to play together? Let's do it and it just becomes an easy natural thing one you know. It's like I love it. It feels so good when that happens. I'm reading it Did they put called on sample with theater. I'm so obsessed with this boy so kick ass because it talks all about yes and improvisation all the importance is of Flake Blake diving into the same agent of spirit and just growing and growing and to such an unapologetic event. extent that you're you're accepting opting this into it and then go. Sh what can we create together with this and it becomes the SMOOTHIE and It's it's beautiful when that happens because then you feed each other it becomes comes this beautiful precipitation it just keeps going. What if this would've would've this would if there? That's that's Improv Jazz. That's what's so beautiful about that. They can each sense where where they can extend and it's like okay now now you go and all. Yeah Oh yeah I like to have an and each person given takes all other. Yeah and they all give and take and it becomes this playful thing. Oh yeah you know now. It's your turn. Oh Yeah Ooh me too. You know. That's a volleyball alibaba. And hacky radio land could see Sony shores. I'm sorry Brdo Pretoria Doing these air moves. He was doing awesome. Yeah look like a hippy. NERDY flip kick in Hacky sack. Oh yeah bump upset volleyball basketball. Yeah yeah mixed also with a little bit of soccer too and junk. I mentioned a goal. Getting right near there switzer crazies. Like that's what she has. Is You know that's what all this stuff that you've been. You been playing along at someone trying to figure out how to find a little groove inside of what's happening already. You know how to go. You know how to get in. There are two unit. And it's so cool because it's like by by having roof that riffraff. I mean that's just like with the kind of analogy I get my brain is like those those birds that are in that are all together in a flak and they'll go and they'll move together and it's so interesting because like when you see that happening is just this fascinating thing because it's like who's who's leading it. Well they're all leading it. They're all just going. Oh let's go this way we. Let's let's go there and they all kind of little cues off each other old guy so fun so so so I would say like to anyone who wants to see outlawed crucial and appreciates the the playfulness leafless improvisation. There's so much that's going on. And depending on what you're standing there's no bad seat in the house because you're always going to catch a new thing that someone else who's in different spot is not gonNA catch catch. You're going to see so many little inside jokes about stage that you'll see between these guys over here that if you stand on the other side of the stage the other night you'll see a whole nother little thing going on mean philly. Were joking about that on the way here just thinking like even if you stand in front yeah you'll see certain amount of things but when you're far away you could see a lot more of what's happened up there. So there's there's never a bad bad seat because you you know allow yourself to try all perspectives. You know people are are pretty malleable out there in the audience which is so great. We're we're building a debt mobile Utopian Society and man. It's so much fun because like when we when we do this sort of jazz that's happening go stage and then the audience gives it back to us. It becomes this crazy Josh. After after this whole awesome thing and now look what's happening now with like to you being a teacher. Sure and you're teaching all these students this stuff and now these students are like you know when they can see would concerts in the park and they're like whoa and they see like what you're doing out there and you pop the audience. I I mean what kind of feedback have you heard from these guys. Oh they're just They're always bringing up youtube videos It's funny because I don't advertise it that much in class but kids parents will go to our shows and the behave. You should see this great sax player and they'll be like that's my teacher in their way. They're like hey my mom. She showed me this video and they'll bring it to class and show it to me and their minds are blowing their shores. No way then. They'll show up to class with the captain's hats dude. You totally superhero. You're not advertising effect. That Clark is superman right but the parents are going superman. Yeah I think that's Clark and then all of a sudden Bam that reverberates its way back. This is crazy dude. So how do these how these family. How do these parents hear about the the shows their friends tell them and take them to show? Yeah is through other people and they're like other always telling them they got to get out and check out the show. Oh it's amazing and then more people find out that my son is in kindergarten. He's a five year old EH at the local kindergarten. Yes and My wife is volunteering in the classroom and the teacher one Wednesday afternoon. The teacher is having a conversation with my wife and she's like maybe we can have all the other kids. Parents are talking and they realized that macy's Dad Pauly shore's from the crew and this like huge you like following my kids kids kindergarten dude. They're like oh ratio. I don't know if it's teacher gives them special treatment but I sure hope he doesn't because he deserves royalty right. It's one of the children of King. Charles I don't know if it's not. I'm sure she's a great very She's a very good Balanced Fair teachers. Seem you play for no. She just heard. I don't think he's been to show. You will be at a show and then all of a sudden that perspective respectively to offer in a whole brand new so we donated y'all the band donated a signed guitar and swag including captains hats to the Big Pta fundraiser. Had at the beginning of the year in auctioned off. I don't know how much money at one but the school got some We gotta find that out because you don't that's perfect press phreatic group because that's something fun it's Dick be posted up there and go be like Bam you know Elementary School Spring fling remember what it was called no the fall fair the fall. I think some of the extraordinary stuff about this is the fact that this extends beyond like this is an all encompassing all generational. Kind of thing. This is the good old music that used to be around in our going should be here we are. We're bringing it back into this and and what's so crazy is like the youth is being able to see this stuff happen. And you're teaching them direct level about how to do this music now all of a sudden you're out entertaining their parents. It's coming back to you in it and now this. This new generation is learning about this great music out there and they're taking it as a challenge to do it so crazy man man. It's so crazy. Do find a lot of your students trying to mccue in the in the songs on chairs. They they Mr Peyton to stand up on their chair. What are they? Play their suuch suit. which which Song did they try to do most? Oh they all do. Careless whisper every single one of them before I teach him a lesson. They all come to the next classing. Mr Pai look good either and how to play do they'll try some quicker than others. The only like seven or eight different. It's really hard high part of you. Try to hit the high notes so losing dude. Dad's change that it could be a fun thing for you to have the kids all of them. Who Want to learn? You have an open you know. Learn this song day and so then you perform that live. Did a concert at some point. I think that would be pretty cool. I think that'd be phenomenal. We did careless whisper in the concert. Last last Care the list Bor Africa. How many how many students were in in the audience students? Oh no their parents have seen our shows were like like in any. Let's say the concerts it's in the park. So let's say Many times have you seen students where it's like. Whoa you know holy Qasimi everybody's asking us to play seamy again but we haven't been to see back to Siemian Indian oil so when we're out there I see a lot of parents? You see a lot of the families out there. Is there cool to like see them bringing along then their friends and their neighbors Park Park concert in the park. So we did the SEAMY was like so many of my friends and family were there back guys who oh my God so they just kept gathering everybody who yes come on in this and you'd like Oh my gosh how many people in your community do figure at this point know about yet liqueur you hundred and just sure it'll continue to grow because major how many of those people will have friends or family or neighbors who are in happened to be in town during show my God. You're in tunnel. Yep Jeep come on over over here and all of a sudden you know. Maybe they're in town from frigging. I Dunno sold out for like the to the fourteenth month in a row. Yeah he jumped on the couch. We knew for sure this job. Oh yes they jumped in the audience. Yeah he jumped into the imaginary audience. Imagine just told you that these guys crazy guy right around. Yeah I mean like you guys got a grabby so fuck. Yeah that's when you follow your heart and It is we want to. He sees it. I love it. Yeah but I'll sit here in my grabbing Polish. This lady eighty up. They're gotTA leading lady and a grammy. AM and that'll be the song that wins us a grammy for young lady and a grammy. The Cole he you're on plenty of Turner I don't know how elbowed the Union Graham many Grammy Ramming Grammy. ooh ooh ooh that's going to be with us. The Grandmother Grammy Grammy Grammy. Aw Old Joke in one I I love it. It sounded grammy. That's my wife. Tell you it's told her eight grammy. It gets really I love it. I love it. It's so many so many like mysteries wrapped up in one one. Are we saying more than one. Yeah Yeah Yeah at least five yes five. Now you're talking about why not go five. Why not go oh five? Oh why not go home. Go five when I go. Six won't be so. How many students would you say would be willing to learn the careless whispers Song Song Chosen Violin? Players Learn island players cello trumpet players clarinet clarinet. Harp urb-e any harps. No harps in my bed. What kind of what kind of instruments? Yeah it just it's still trombone and six trumpets. trombones conine really cower really powerful thing I guess if you play students who are up sitting in the bleacher or why they did that. Everything is coming through. We did amazing grace and I had I had to trumpet players on my way. You orchestrated. Edsall played amazing grace and the At the end too powerful playing like It was just the trumpets at the beginning. And then just the trump is at the end and it was like they had echos going on Da da Da da the other end of the room. The Dow was like this big round needed. It was beautiful Eh. Each took turns. Yeah stirring it with a whole orchestra backing them so it wasn't just four trumpets trumpets and that was hard to conduct. Because I had like everybody sees me from a different angle. WHOA DUDE I need to do like a like a sheet Shiva Shiva? What's that God that has like? Oh Yeah Oh yeah. It's like Sheva. Yeah I should have been in front of a green screen could could of Conjured that up that I it would have been easier for me to guess what next year I'm making a prediction you're going to be a Hologram. Oh Wow CGI in those extra arms for you man too far from the truth to absolutely absolutely we're going to have virtual reality. Yeah the crew concerts. I'm already predicting. Yes the our they are. But why are now mansion. This pauly. Shore's has a camera. Three camera sits atop his head during the whole show show people can actually tune in through VR. And be up there at the top of your head in your perspective and dude big to look around man they get this you disappearing they get to see you look around and get to see you going crazy up in the balconies dude. They could you imagine. Imagine how heck. Maybe there's a little tiny Camera you've got on on the end of your Saxophone so people. I won't be his saxophone upon the majesty like what you're like. Oh my God dude. We get sponsorship from from GOPRO. Could you imagine how crazy it would be. Dude Damn Daring Paulie lease gentleman and publishers in spoo- Rogerio pro this gentleman. This is another episode of INS Proto Project. Oh and I want you to go on a journey with me as I take a whiff in this flower on this on this Bush here so crazy is it just recently rained so there's this wonderful moisture moisture on this on this flower. Isn't it crazy so we have. We actually have a kinship with with with Mother Nature's plants with animals. It's funny his here I am. Here's the flora. There's the fauna Donna. Okay so here near the flora and writers. That's going on the fauna considering password. What's the fauna will a young couple? I too sort of largish dogs. We are let me set. Let me set the stage for you. Let me set the stage for you. We are out here by the By the Marina I would call it the marina the harbor the Har- harbor and There's some extraordinary reflections happening on me water here. It's beautiful there. Are these boats all over the place with their flagpoles their sale sale polls go and they're all over the place all over the place. What's interesting is who knows who lives here? How about this? How about this site the first show? Okay include me on this. We call this the harbour. If it's already moving out there. Something called Harvard. That's fine per call this the harbor and it's about all all the people who live in the boats in the harbour. We see a lot of these beautiful shots of the of the CH- stuff of the reflections actions in the water. I mean it's a brilliant site I got. I got a record this. I got a record this if I try to record this while I'm talking to you. It's just not gonNa work so I got a video record this however I'll talk to you later. Thanks for sticking around so Yesterday at the Warehouse Restaurant the crew Gig Dad. Dad was really cool. Sometimes we do these corporate gigs these private gigs and takes a little bit. A little bit of effort to Stirred up to get people to get people rock and roll in to get them deciding to be we Loose enough with each other to just go ahead and dance not worry about it. Today is the fifth. I'll be substitute teaching some Improv. Today for for my Buddy Darren's after school class. He sent me the lesson plan earlier so again look through that some of the stuff is just could reminders. Just just good reminders. When when you look at some of these Improv Games It gets to the root of what's going on with human human behavior Jamie Lee wise remember he wants said this is back during Columbia India College. I remember he said something to the effect of if if we burned all the philosophy books out there in the world and all we had left was it's Acting books he said that that would probably do as much. You know a much creator service so to speak because the acting books are focusing on the human behavior aspects and also also just the the roots of what makes people Interact with with others. It is the root route of just how it all all unfolds and these improv gains This one for today. We're going to be teaching the kids about the big four emotions. The big four emotion said his happy sad happy said angry. Happy sad angry and and scared scared. So the idea that Emotions like happy or sad. You're you have a very loose body. There's no tension in your body when you're scared or angry you've got tension in your body and it's it's just being aware of that when you're acting. How'd you show those emotions in your face and your body your feet your chest How do you how do you be aware of those things? Heidi physical is it. How do you vocalise it so those are going to be? Some of the elements are going to be teaching the kids today. They're going to do some exercises with that just walking around. They're going to walk around among themselves. Ch- just walking walking walking being aware of each other's space walking walking walking and then tuning into specific parts of their body. Okay how your feet field I want you to feel angry and your feet feel the anger during your feet. How does it feel? Feel the anger in your legs. Feel the anger blades. Feel the anger torso. Your belly are all so angry. Angry for the the anger in back your chest how do you how do you physical is that your face. I feel I feel like it. Angered your face. How does your face look? How does your how? What are you doing with your arms so okay let that go deco now feel happy? Feel happy in your feet feel the happy feet to the happy. You're back Jack. Feel the happy in your face. How does that feel feel the happy in your your back your arms? How physical is there? Any physical is so. It's interesting when you really think about that since actors can turn on emotions that will. That's just those people who figured out how how to tune into their emotions. So it's interesting. You see a lot of said actors that they can turn on their motions at any time. Why not turn on your motion? Happy Abraham Abraham Hicks talks about beginning happy first and then you know utilize in the law of attraction manifesting investing. You want but get happy. I look at this as I'm walking down a penny on the ground. That's a sign of abundance. I'm on Ignat thank you thank you thank you the money mag thank you. It's my song that I sing. Whenever I find any sort of money on the ground doesn't matter what size it is aide say reminder to me that I am a money magnet? We're GONNA start our our plight through the grocery stores now so we'll talk to more later as I will need both of my both my hands it all my tentacles for this for this job. I'm enjoying your Moscow mule. Iam Damage Delicious. Moscow mule made with vodka ginger beer and maybe lime. What do you like what you like most about the Moscow meal Ginger Beer? I like Ginger. How was your day at work today? Pets pet walking good Marina del Rey. Walk some dogs dogs around there. How many dogs Three at one house and then one at another so. That's three dogs throughout the whole day. No just around Marina del Rey. I walked more earlier in the day. How many total in the day? Total I don't even know Maybe six where were all the locations Culver City Santa Monica Marina. Del Rey. My God you're all over. The place are all the keys were they need to be and these. I hear the talk about the lack boxes. Yeah they are all where they needed to be. Luckily what is that really exactly genuine. Who doesn't know You mean like a up the key situation or your key situation. What's that like for the pet for the dog walker would say about? Every person has a lock box. They have their key that opens either apartment door or their house store. And you have to put a code. In each code is different. For every house Tehmina code in unlocks the box and it opens the KI L.. So every single house has a different code. Yeah they all have their own coats and then do sometimes they have a whole separate key to open it. Is it always a code no code. It's just numbers that you put in and then and then it opens up and then you take the key off so they tell the company what the heck the code is so then you know to get the a key and then to go in there and get their dogs. Yeah we had like profile and every dog so it'll say like their name kind of dog they are. What kind of Walker they are if? They're not good with other dogs if they're not good with kids so you know when you're walking on like how they're going to be and the no show us it'll tell us it's like where the key is located where the lock box is located and that kind of thing. So how far on average do you walk a dog Speaking of dogs there's a short little I think he's a pit bull or Mexi so cute short short and stout little little guy to credible It varies Usually the walks or anywhere from like fifteen minutes to an hour just depends on what the owner wants saw. You just walk around the neighborhood and I set my timer and I've learned and like the neighborhood so I know like how long it takes me to get from one area to the next and when I need to turn back in that kind of thing. How many famous famous people if you walk the dogs of nine with this job with what the other job in West Hollywood? There was a lot of people but I don't think my new boss loss has has any big time clients that I know of who are some of the clients celebrities you walk their dogs of Gerard Butler for some of them. Were like You know like writers and directors and there was a guy that worked for net flicks. That was a writer Netflix. Or something like that Christina Aguilera had dogs that stayed aide with my with my boss. I don't think we ever walked them though Who Else Oh charred butlers girlfriend? So then we'd always find out the gossip between them like when they were breaking off and like on their back together and things like that Writer vonts rush. I dog sat for her a couple of times. She has to release sweet. Labs Chesimard Hollywood. And you're a big fan of the show. Yeah you Slovan Charge so I got curious because I I would it curious about these people on a I'd be like I wonder if this person is you know and then I google on and I'd be like Whoa persons writer on this show or this person's a director or like a wardrobe stylist or whatever says pretty interesting. was that astonishing to real coming realization. That you're a big fan of the show and then here. You are many days in the future like walking someone who's associated with their dog dog sat for her so I slept over in her house to. It's crazy really nice lady. who wasn't there a comedian? Or what were some of the other people I mean think of who else some Saturday night live guy. You're some sort of like there was like some kind of some. That's a lot of them. We I mean most of the time. We didn't even see the owners. You know it would be like living Allow them had like live in. You know either like a nanny or housekeeper that was always there you just go to the door and housekeeper. We just opened the door and and you'd go in and grabbed the dog and leave so oh Livia wild and was her husband's name now can't think of his name just in general. I don't remember who the guy is. She's married to but I met her and I met her husband. He's an actor they're both factors. They're super nice down to Earth Met A lot of people at the back to that comment. I was just GonNa say amy man. Yeah Shepherd Ferry who. I'm like sling. It took everything to not be like take a picture and get his autograph and everything. I was trying to play a cool. You know because I was his dog him after surgery to actually talked to. You just kind of told them like I love your work you know and like I don't want to like make a scene or anything. Riba de la. Yeah and I've say usually thank you. You know like Chris like smile that His wife would come in a lot and she's super. Sweden usually comes with a dog so like I was surprised is when he came in I was like Holy Shit. That was really recognized him. Yeah I know what he looks like. Yeah I love his his run street. Green Artists Yeah. Yeah One of the actors. I'm Big Bang theory. Brought his dogs in Budget people and it's like you think you're going to be starstruck. Where you're like their justice regular people in their animals into that you know and then like you like should I say something because you like kind of want them to know that you recognize them? I'm an you appreciate their work and stuff. I don't win the moment you Kinda clam up and you're like okay. I'll be back with your dog in a minute. You know you'll get the weight and Tambov. I love your bags. It's trace because you get a hold another aspect of these people than anybody else out there in the world would ever like whoever whoever knew that shepherd very even had animals. Yeah yeah he has cogs. He's a big pug fan was cute because he posted something on instagram. Like a few months ago. His old fog named George had like his tenth birthday or something I was like I know I'm like yeah. So and you also have their addresses and stop so. There's been times where I'm like. I want to take the accurate sound just like Oh dr slowly by the House in you know Alan Mike. It's incredible I love it. I love it I I like I know on occasion. You told me that you had off. You know the the the desire to they kind of come up with your own animal sanctuary. I worry what I mean. What what kind of animals do think that you'd want to have their most 'cause I went to that farm sanctuary they had like the celebration elaboration of the Turkeys and It was really nice. It was very clean and they had all kinds of animals. They had cows bruce sheep goats. Pigs is huge pigs. I didn't realize how big they got What all I think that was a big was the animal sanctuary. How many acres? I have no idea but each each animal had its own little you know. They had horses in one section donkey's like every animal had their little area and some of it was open and they also had. I'd like enclosed in area. Kinda like a barn where they could go in and you know sleep if they wanted to get away from the elements outside or whatever and it was just awesome because they all had their own stories you know and they all had names and everything and the employees would tell like a little background about Audi to Um and you know like this guts. This was supposed to be a veal cow was on. Its Way to slaughter and we've got a phone call and you know we went and got it and picked it up doc on this one was badly injured and we went and got it in his awesome just to see how happy they are rain-free and just living their life how they're supposed steel and vibe being there at the animal sanctuary and seeing that in person I did it kind of gives you a better sort of like really visualization and realization to how you might want to set up your own. Yeah I mean it's hard because all these places go off donations so it's like you have to have money to put you know. Having large animals like that is a lot of money. You gotta feed them. You know you have to clean up after 'em and then eventually you're going to need people to help you because you can't do everything being on your own you know so Yeah I mean. I don't even know where they start. You know because they'd have to buy a place that has land or is already kind of set up in that way where it has a barn or something so you know and then yeah you have to have the money coming. In which Bush they make money from people coming to visit charge a donation or whatever and then having events like that people buy tickets for it so that helps and then they also have a gift store to like a little gift shop with all kinds of stuff. So it's just nice to know there's places like that that exists. You know there's people out there that are willing to take the time out to care for these animals and save them from shitty conditions. So where do you think they get most of their money Run these places Just people donating money. Selene whatever stuff they have in the gift store and whoever owns it you know. He's putting his his own money into it to interesting when I think about like all these billionaires that are out there and it's like okay you got billions and billions of dollars. How could that be to just sit down and go? You know what I'm going to save a whole bunch of animals for the rest of my life and I'm just GonNa go ahead and just take care of these animal sanctuaries you know just every year that's what was nice about when we went to that Gal off you know and they had like celebrities there that were you know. Animal Activists Jason donating their money and their time So I think that helps bring awareness to you know to the situation. Yeah Yeah it's like these people that are millionaires like how `bout instead of buying another car you know like your seventh car. How about Oh you like donate that money to an animal or a child or like someone or something that can't like really speak for themselves and that needs needs it? You know that's frustrating because then it's like all sign up for one thing and then I get all these like things in the mail like. Please donate to this and that it breaks my heart. 'cause it's like I wish I could you know. I wish I could just give my money to every single animal shelter and sanctuary and I do what I can. Do you have a name for your animal sanctuary. No not yet. That's that's something I've been thinking about. The Journey Clendenin Society No. I don't know if Judy Clendenin for animals society humanity. I don't know if I'd want my my name in it. I think I'd want something like about compassion or something like that incorporated. And you're like like it. You heard it here folks. Keep your ears and eyes open for Jenny's said pups coming coming sanctuary. Take care and go to your animals idea. I the They will Uh the take me down now during their turn. Turn rounded our own The uh-huh D- a directing toes. Yeah Yeah Yeah Okay so so I just brought it. We just brought up to easy rider reference. But we're we're check. Nicholson comes out of the jail. And he's Indian Indian and he's like taking a simple the whiskey he right when he comes out of the jail because I think like maybe one of his family members was able to pay like a you know what are the what do they call it. Like a a bribe to get him out of the jail so you said this is the how many times have you heard. There's this reference in the past few days forty eight hour period I've heard easy rider At least five times context. What was the first time It was actually a Marina del Rey with you. I think you mentioned it on Wednesday. You heard it then and then what happened and then then I heard it again pop probably on the radio the next day or something the TV some and then when and then When it worth talking about at least five at least five? I'm not trying to fudge the numbers or anything but I know it's at police. I mean I feel like you're kind of accused of trying to keep the story accusing you know I'm astonished. I don't remember the exact Locales locales it it it it should be though like grilling you in terms of like. Are you telling the truth. But I'm honestly interested in like I guess we could pinpoint those those things and think about the people who were talking with at the time. Maybe they're even more gold nuggets to discover within that conversation that we just didn't even realize yes I just went off on the humor. Tangent there and I love it. No it wasn't funny not at all you viewers loved it. That's why they listen. Hey any question any on on your phone you. I couldn't see you now. Have you ever seen that movie. easy rider. No oh I thought that's what we were just talking about the listener ever actually did. This haven't heard that part of the story. That's right right. You didn't know about never seen I've I've never seen either way. It's a it's a good movie to watch just uninterrupted. Oh Hey yes. Speaking of you've seen easy rider phillies phillies motorcyclist eight. But you. Yeah so he's inspire you in anyway to get your motorcycle. No didn't you like two years old ninety. No Ninety eight you were twelve years old. I would have been seven years old in nineteen eighty eight so for the listeners. That hopefully ocean is the baby of the band. And did you know they tell me the main technically just got an old soul. You know. Peter O'Donoghue is he helped put together National Lampoon magazine and and he wrote an easy rider to called biker heaven or something that he was trying to get off the ground with with the guys. I'm curious what that might have been like is in the movie. You know it's quite it's quite an interesting story you gotTA check it out. The only rider is notorious. For having inspired a generation of writers it was like basically like the first biker movie out there and it brought about this biker culture in the United Voice I easy. Rider sturgis Georges. I don't know maybe. It inspired sturgis. Maybe they have screenings sturgis of freedom aspect that idea of being free on. Moore's ex school going across you know like going across the way Chris's here up in the crow's nest the. Oh It's the Chris Nest so-called grossness that caught the robs driving by F- boy with that my advice to you is go see Easy rider. I'm hearing these is people talk about Jumbo's clown room. I think it'd be fun to do documentary about it. Not to sell to a documentary about Jumbo's clown room there have been a jumbo's clown modern some people have interests town really topless. Well they didn't it wasn't even topless it was They had pasties because they served hard liquor. That's why I liked it. And the girls were super friendly. Sadly I keep hearing all kinds of legends about this jumbo's clown room so maybe it's time for us to do a documentary about it not self

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Monterey Prep + Volvo XC90 Review

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Monterey Prep + Volvo XC90 Review

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It's the real deal Xilai coat dot com and you can click on the CY coates services Mrs if you want to send in apart and they'll do it professionally and turn around to you right Matt Yes sir here we go and now I fought from geico motorcycle. It took fifteen minutes to take a spirit animal quiz online. Please be the cheated the Cheetah and learn your animal isn't the Cheetah but the far less appealing blood fish come on gweat insult to injury. You could've used those fifteen blood VICI- eight minutes to switch your motorcycle insurance Geico Geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on motorcycle insurance you get it on the judge. Mandate it on and welcome to Castle Car Cast Yeah <hes> I'm matt the motivator the Andrea Korea over there lots of stuff <hes> yeah. I'm getting excited for Monterey. Actually I go to Detroit I with Coburg for Roadkill Nights. We're going to alive show show there and drag race some challenge thirteen twenties. I end yeah right. I we're getting prefering Monterey so we have a lot of Monterey catching up to do <hes> also you went and looked at the new new corvette the mid engine core vast which I'm very interested even presentation thousand people people be interested to hear about the first major architectural configuration oil change <hes> to the the corvette since its inception in nineteen fifty three or something like that fifty four fifty two I J. B. Weld for big or small projects in need J._V.. Well J. B. Weld. Does it poxy. They do <hes> they superglue glued they do resin glue they do everything now and you can get it at J.. B. Weld Dot com and Home Depot and Amazon everywhere you bite. He's so anyway go ahead yeah so corvettes. He ate this is this is a big deal. We got into some of the details of this week as well but this what we can tell you it's. I think it looks good. I it looks better in person that I thought all of this spy photos or the photos with the camouflage car. I thought the proportions looked a little weird with the camouflage on it but when you seed in person it looks good. I know a lot of people are saying looks like an S._X.. And had some Ferrari to it but on some level I dunno it's like a lot of mid engine sports cars kind of were looking the same Econo- need a short hood slant knows and but they tried to make it look like corvette so they if you look at this things straight on at the knows it definitely has some corvette looked to it and and the tails got a little bit of corvette a little bit of Camaro to it but it's it's what's interesting is it's bigger than it's bigger than a came in so it's a little bit bigger than you would think it would be well. Everything's bigger than a cayman. Yeah Seems Pretty Small Yeah. It's it look everything. It's GonNa look like an Audi R._A.. I sort of announced before we saw this car that it's just going to kind of look like an R._A.. Because that's just kind of what modern architecture looks out the mid engine and the wind tunnel tasks and and and all of that he look if if you don't care what the top speed of car is and you don't want bragging rights for over two hundred miles an hour whatever then then you can make it look like whatever you want but if you WanNa get you know I'm no aerodynamicists but once you pass one seventy five you'd better start planning the wind tunnel yeah and once you plan the wind tunnel you go okay. What are the rules well four wheels driver mid engine hundred eighty one inches long or two hundred inches long or whatever it is? You'RE GONNA end up with the same shape yeah basically Kinda does and now somebody sports. It's cars even mustangs and stuff. They're all they're all tested in the wind tunnel. What are they whether they actually go to the wind tunnel or not we have the computer software to simulate it right and most streetcars every alterman camry out? There has a little bit a lift built into do it so at highway speeds. It's a little less friction a little bit better miles per gallon. All of these sports cars have some downforce put into them and and that starts to play a big factor the guys at Chevrolet during their presentation basically they were saying look for where they want to go with the performance of this car the mid engine the way it's balanced the way it works is was the evolution of this car for sharp. It's the Fosbury Barry Flop flop is now is that a surreal sounds delicious fosbury. Max pacifies very flop never heard of it it interesting interesting so for many years in Olympic competition when they were doing the high jump you know they put the stick across the bar and they were doing you know six foot six or whatever ever it is. It's pretty impressive the way the guys would do the jump to clear them are as they would run at it and they would dive over it in earning of arc themselves forward chest headfirst headfirst chess going over the bar yeah Fosbury. Was it Phil Fosbury. I don't know what his name was. Dick Vase Dick Fosbury better would run up to it and go back side side yeah and he invented a new technique. Where's allow that chain anyway you can get over the bar and everyone's of course like their first diverse technique was like I gotta jump over this bar so they started? They went yeah. He ran up to forward ran parallel than turned backwards in arched backwards. Now that's the way you guys know it but not how they did it before him so. Could you possibly know that because I fucking fucking know everything but it's more like no one else knows anything. That's more more of what it's like. It's not that I know everything. There's something wrong with everyone else but that's the way they used to do it and he invented the Fosbury flop now the Fosbury flop in able them to now set new records like you could only go so high the other with the weird technique yeah his technique now guys are jumping afford and a half over their head had like I don't know what the record is eight one or seven eleven or or something but I mean these guys are going Fosbury. Do this probably seventy to sixty eight seventy two or whatever that sixty yeah so the point is now the hijab record is I don't know what two point four or five meters which is eight almost eight and a half feet eight and a half feet so now it's good unless this your seven foot nine this technique enable them to do that. Yeah now the corvette yeah or any sports car with the engine in front. You could be a good high jumper but you'll never get over it. Unless you move the engine to the middle the car you will never achieve what you possibly achieve. I the Fosbury flop could be front mid or rear mid in this case. They want rear mid but maybe maybe rear mids going to be a little bit more advanced. I also don't know what front made is even for first off every car. That's a front engine car once they put it in race tram will go to mid yeah front. I am in something like a Ferrari T._d._f.. And even the acid Martin houser. It'd probably a little bit more front mid yeah. Oh I'm sure that's acid Martin's our way back behind their front yeah. They're gonNA got under the DASH beyond the fire right. I'm trying trying to think can they be and I know they're fast and I know that competed Lamont stuff like that. Can they compete with the Ford G._T.. I don't I just don't know tactics and saying there's not going to be anymore front engine will they be will they be able to compete could a formerly constructed corvette front front engine. We won't say front made which is a front engine or an asset Martin DB. Whatever front engine five years from now could a compete with the mid engine anything right could some over the top Pratt in Miller corvette really go out there and do it I just I don't think so so they answer is if you WanNa look down the road you gotta go to the mid? You've got to go to the mid and Chevy's on board with this car. Looks Good car looks good. I think looks good to me it does. There's you know some people are talking talking about all the switches down the center console. There's a bunch of switches but it's all like for the A._C.. And the seats and all that stuff but everything else other than the volume control which is a real bud and everything else is on the touch screen the driver in the passenger very much separated rated like like cockpits and a fighter jet you know that's and it's a cool luck and I guess they're all Targa <hes> they're sticking with that <hes> and there's a couple of things that immovable like roof panel that goes goes in the made drunker back go yeah so there's a front trunk and then there's a rear and the rear probably why the vehicles a little bit larger than say the Anna Sex and they put a pretty big deep bucket down there you could fit two sets of golf clubs. I think that's four floor jacks in real terms but but it two sets a golf clubs in there and you could put the top and there as well that was part of the strategy of why to make it so deep and give it some room you can put the top and they're so this is what we know. It's it's about thirty six hundred pounds straightway meaning wet rights. I think it's thirty three fifty or thirty three sixty driveway but by time your oil it up about thirty six hundred pounds it is it's got an interesting cockpit designed instead of like the carbon-fiber monocoque. They went with an aluminum frame but the Lumina. i m frame has a center backbone down the middle of the car and they did that to make it easier to get in and out of the car the carbon-fiber montage big sill plate you got over right so this this is a little more practical to get into now they're sticking with a campaign block push rod motor it's it's completely new i think they're calling it the lt one now and it is four hundred ninety five horsepower <hes> and the car is gonna launch an a base model and then z. fifty one package z. fifty the base model by the way he's like all season tires because they're they're going after the masses with this car as much as there are the masses for a corvette audience <hes> z. fifty one package adds i think some better breaks and some aero stuff and a few other features including the high-performance ormond tires the high performance tires obviously make this thing much grippier zero to sixty and under three seconds is what they claimed with z. fifty one package what stuff stuff with this engine is their stuff on the shelf to bolt on as their stuff that <hes> superchargers at l. brock makes that will readily fit or is there clearance issues there's probably going to be some packaging issues and there's probably going to be probably bolt patterns and stuff like that are probably the same they might have to come up with new kids but the idea of supercharging these cars and supercharging the direct injection versions of of the of these motors orders has already been happening with like the ken legged filters in the hennessy's and that'll box of the world <hes> so i would imagine you're going to see <hes> lingenfelder is going to get his hands on it and no time and start working on it keep in mind the corvette is such a highly modified vehicle there has to be a little bit of of of wiggle room from the manufacturer going well what if people wanna do exhaust and put more tire on it and and slaps uber charter something on someone's going to always please do it like the cars a little too new to be at sima this year but how many of these things we're gonna see it seem next year yeah you know like this year's going to be jeep jeep pickup trucks and toyota supra right new subaru will eh at i'm glad that <hes> corvette is still around still strong joined the modern carrera is doing what their mission statement is which is is doing with the europeans do with a little less style but about the same performance and you know half or or two thirds of the price yeah and that's their thing with finally an interior that you could put up with in the past there was this oh this thing it lap the nurburgring the same speed as the ferrari five nine nine but i don't want all this shit the interior i'm rich guy don't want that interior you know now this stuff's looking better corvettes doing it with a splash of muscle car d._n._a. as well right having that engine back there that push shot engine it could be the most advanced version of the push right engine but also look sixty thousand dollar base price under sixty thousand what they told for the base price obviously that gets you standard seats in the bay stereo in all season tires but what do i mean if you through all that stuff on zee fifty one package i dunno where you eighty eighty five grand can you get a card at does zero to sixty and under three seconds and you're right laps nra ring like a bad outta hell and has a great supercar look for eighty five five grand it's going to be tough no all right i'll give you some we'll start talking about <hes> prep for monterey <hes> i i'll tell you about the zydeco just fifteen seconds worth psycho car cash brought to you by psycho for better engine performance horsepower fuel economy lower under high temperatures it's the ultra thin temperature coating reduces rating heat by ninety percent so check it out learn more zydeco dot com psycho dot com oh one last feature that i wanted to point out because i didn't and get a chance of mentioned this on the show earlier this week with goldberg is all of these cars are so low specially the currency the currency seven corvette very very low <hes> this car has i guess it's optional has a front axle oh left like on the mclaren and the four g. t. that's cool but it has a memory function if you rolling up to your house or work or the shop or whatever you hit the memory function and it uses g._p._s. <hes> and it says hey you're getting near the shop maybe we should lift the knows all by ourselves and it has a thousand locations in memory wow you just program everything once you're going to your ralph store you're going to whatever you're going your car's a coffee the car are wash whatever you hate it once whenever you even get near it starts raising that front axle that is genius it always drives me nuts i was telling matt one of my here's drives me nuts conversations when they and maybe baby max paddock can't remember it's our am or gooding but they'll have a they'll have a ferrari of the have a mclaren and they'll be pulling it down by the sand to take a picture in front of the lighthouse and you know the had it raised up through the parking lot get over the speed and then they park it and they take a picture in the front end is up high they didn't put down and they didn't put it down for the god damn photo shoot and it looks like there's a white ferrari that's like a one off it's a modern ferrari and i think there's a mclaren it's the same thing they obviously the nose is lifted to get it into into place because they'll pull it out onto the grass under the out onto the golf course or out onto the sand dune i don't mean in the sand but i mean like in the area that's picture ass right and then the guy will get out of the car and they'll set up the camera they don't have any car that goes like to gets displayed at the qlaile right like you know we brought corsair the road served the roadster frontier day i'm just cuts the lawn out there if you don't take that thing off you can barely drag it through right now all do what everyone does to me that car doesn't have the automatic right right you didn't know that i wanna yellow enough fucking course at the point i built a car yes i know why do people work that way they don't listen i don't think speaking coil on the mine man man to stop eating now so i bet max pat is ready for some uh some caviar oh yeah i am i'm getting ready we're getting trapped i this funny thing i went by shannon i have an interesting relationship over the other shop i hi <hes> so i went by so i came here i came home from portland on sunday i got here on sunday and i was like i'm taking the nine thirty five out because is there's only one day you can turn a couple of hot laps around the block in this neighborhood and that sunday it's too much traffic and too much gaps and too much everything on but sunday's pretty well cleared out so i knew i was landing sunday sunday think we land about noon and i just told sean is meet me the shop at twelve thirty and i'm gonna take that nine thirty five out and <hes> i wanted to see how it tracked essentially it felt like that work did on a really bad experience of taking it for rent sport and having a redo everything and make new i dunno control arms or whatever arms then put it back and then it was all messed up and this time sean put a thousand lasers in one thousand strings on it and plum bob's and literally relocated plates yeah i'm thinking play framed animal to make sure it's built djabel oh all and i think we have the center of the driver's side hubs front back in the center of the pastor side hubs front and back i think there with its everything is squared off not so easily just but i was scared that i was going to get it to the track and start heading out to transfer pulling one way or wanting to go one way or the other are is going to go straight and the steering wheel would be turned at six o'clock or whatever so i said well we could do like a willow test session but that's expensive so let's just take it out so so i just told chance take it out so i we fired it up on sunday he said do you want to put the hood back on we don't need the hood i'm just going to see outfield so i took it down the street of course inevitably when i was pulling back in the driveway there was a shirtless dude standing and talking to sean as i was trying to make enough to drive there's always one weird do the come strike up a conversation like right when you're trying to pull back in johnson trying to guide me in on the planks you know we're shirtless guys talking to him yeah it does it see the car does it care the cars shawn's trying the conversation conversation goes like this i didn't nova in highschool school straight no slant said but i put a four barrel holly adapter yeah okay i'm trying to get the car in here guaranteed or some hot school nova talk i put centerline oh where it's airlines on the rear so i guarantee there's that so anyway i went and drove it i just went up and down the street i did about five block laps i i let go the steering we'll just see how tracked turned a little right turn a little left to see if it's would keep pulling that durant and i made some right hand turns that made some left hand turns i braked and kind of let go the steering wheel little this even with poll little it tracked really nice at felt really good schon says he's gonna put it up take the rims off torque everything safety wire everything and i'll probably go for one more sunday little lap yeah window and he was saying during the testing day it'd be good to get your feedback again after like a thursday morning yeah we're going to take a little bit of dial i don't know that much but okay then it's funny i had a funny thing with sean so you know he's too good and it doesn't like it when i get in the way of his proud craftsmanship yeah but i said you know it's god damn hot inside this car why don't he put one of those mac ducks are knack adak nacogdoches the neka duck i said put i put a knack duck in the passenger side window yeah last time and then a hose just brought some aaron and put it on my face and and we went then we got back and then i said to him this time i said it doesn't shit this doesn't do shit and then i went over and i looked at one of my newman i think it was a newman oldsmobile trains anchor and i saw the same nacogdoches like in the passenger side quarter window right yeah with has a little piece of bent aluminum just a little bit of some of that area they took a piece aluminum that's like four inches along by like two inches they bent it at like three quarters of an show like an inch and a quarter just kind of flaps out yeah kinda rounded over the corners and they pop riveted to it so when the air goes by the nacogdoches it just kind of grabs it and yes it in so i said schon get me a take a little flap of aluminum just bended up at forty five degrees and just tack it on there so the air kinda kicks into it and knocks in said okay we're by the shop today he's fashioned this beautiful half dome out of a limit i mean it is good nice five aston martin i know and it's all made of aluminum and he's working senate like on the wheel and everything like shannon that's a beautiful piece you're making and it's like yes it is all i need to flap the cast the area and he's like it's a nice car and i'm like okay we don't do flaps here buddy varies go how long this take there's goes no time at all i did and had to take time it had to take time but it looks so good and then he then he goes over and dry fits it and let you look at it and Oh that's beautiful looking. It probably not gonNa work any better than that flap. I'm talking about it. Looks good someone at the tracks to admire it and then I said and he will be proud. I should you know in the Newman car that just went with a flap happening like those guys didn't know what they're doing and I don't know I feel like some of them did all right do you. Have you have something you WanNa present me. There's some Yes yes during its box here but before you get your prize. I'm GonNa tell you about GEICO. Everybody's got to do list. DROP OFF DRY cleaning pick up some milk. Now you can add save hundreds of dollars on car insurance and you don't have to drop off pick-up anything just go to GEICO DOT COM and in fifteen minutes you could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance so if you want some extra money in your pocket. This is the most rewarding to do you can do today checkout GEICO DOT COM yeah. We got a box here. I'm going to swing this all right. Update the screen for me. Police Elise makes a panda. You got thank you this letter to you. From Charles Charles Gummy and Charles Birthday gift <hes> happy late birthday chief <hes> tried to get this pulled together and time for your actual birthday but it just not in the cards I contacted cool shirt and mentioned the transient race apparent that was never going to work out as they were blaming it on the Trans am some people so I got the cool shirt cool pass of the way to get the cool move of the day cool move the day but I never walked home with this shirt. They said they're going to send it to us. At a later date. <hes> eight either rate <hes> it was <hes> Mac Tilton gift certificate situation where they gave you a two hundred dollars shirt and Blah Blah Blah Mac tilt and I got the I got I got the Mac Tilton hard charger wars highly decorated American. I got the hard-charging war hero that was in the <hes> that was in the <hes> Pieri five ten over it <hes> Fontana and then I buy never lost the gift certificate so I never got that neither anyway. This system is lithium batter battery operated portables. You take it from the card to shop or even strap it on your back walk around <hes> all anyway. It's a cool so sorry Charles got me. The what what is this. He's got the cool shirt but he got the whole attachment here so you fill up this bladder St- bladder about this water one can't a beer. It's about a twelve inches high. The bladder is by like nine by nine by nine. It's sort of like size of right. It takes a battery. Here's this but it takes chargeable battery which Nashville you don't have to hook it up to your car's electrical system hit or miss on whether or not we'll have that charge right and it's got the cool Vaz's. It's it's got the shirt and stuff and I think there's like a helmet attachment. How long after tell Sean tell off that Vanak? That's stupid. He's got the Healy Arc out now working on that thing we should probably make sure the shirt fits you at some point and then bring this stuff to <hes> to sean so he can charge a battery see if there's going to be amount or something in the car thank you Charles that is oh my God. That is awesome hose. I am sweating through my fire shoot every time I get out of that. Things just walked from one shop to the other because it's like one hundred degrees outside. You could bring the battery battery battery ice packers a whole bunch of Mexicans putting in driveway in on the street miserable day to do that. I should wear it. Oh my God. They're dying out there. You know what I'm just eat a popsicle where you're cool share. How you guys do it? You tell me now matt am wants you to be a good friend yeah after we get out of the car <hes> doing qualifying a racing or whatever and after I've had a few beers the somewhere between the seventh and in twenty second time you hear me explaining my buddy. Charles got me the cool shirt you know but he didn't have to because I earned the pass in the weekend when I was doing a professional and that guy goes yeah you told me the store you keep keep telling me this story that you've already got one but you didn't need on but earn one but you never got it in the mail. Yeah you need to tap me on the shoulder and goes stopped Elliott start telling that story but only with the same dude and only if it's between <hes> seventh and twenty-second Okay Okay Twenty seconds I know myself. I'm going to tell you because I'm probably going to be that dude. I COULDA had this shirt two years ago. Yeah I earned it buddy. That's right so <hes> well. Thank thank you Charles. This is awesome. It looks like good stuff too by the way this is weird because twenty five minutes ago I was standing in the shop talking to Sean about cooling myself off inside of this car yeah which I don't have that many conversations about cooling myself inside of the car having that was sean so but it pops in your head because you walk outside right now and it's one hundred degrees fees and you're like oh hi but I told them work on the neck Adak thing early anyway <hes> the other thing was we're. We're we're just going through the car so anyway everyone's getting sort of mentally and and physically and emotionally and and carp wrapped. We're all getting ready for for Monterey and we hope that you guys who are listening will come by and you do every year but it's fun you come by with your dad or your son or whatever aren't you take a picture and say hi you the best day come out will be at the track all day Saturday and and then goes your show Saturday night yes if you're going to go there for like the one day Saturday's pretty much the time to do it so <hes> that's a nice kit and thank you very much Charles. <hes> I have a funny <hes> email sent today. You know how trying to think who Max Patta who's worse it interpreting emails nate nate or Mike August now. They both have very different style he had to do like Mike. You know like like Mike you can go mike. Are we leaving from Burbank or or Portland. No when we're going to Portland so you're right or email entitled Portland flight and then you can ride them a note that says are we leaving from Burbank or l._A._X.. And he'll this right back not yet that and then you'll have to write him another never give an answer. Yes so mike the day it's exactly right so that's Mike version he battles back with an even more confusing message message and so little information deal yeah nate just good old fashioned misinterpreted misinterpreting and nate's thing is like you will. You'll ask three questions you'll get one answer and now you have to go around two and around three literally bullet point them and go. I have three questions number one period sentence number. Two you still get one answer. I do like though that it means generally. They're both busy and distracted but I don't know if you guys where this I've been looking for this goddamn footage of me driving Goddamn roadster Laguna Seca ooh won the Rolex Cup. I'm highly decorated American the Rolex kept. Did you win the Tilton hard charger the same event now. I just told you the Tilton hard charger was the Beeri five fan and that was at Fontana Fontana Montana who could bring that car share share yes so I've been looking for this footage for four months and we've used it not well but we've used it it and going racing. I've seen the footage we've used of of it so it's in our computer. I don't know where the disk is but the computer it's on a down. Its own a hard drive somewhere I keep saying I want this footage. Where is it and then months and months? I had no idea what it'd be like being the boss because I just like making these proclamations and then four months goes by then I go. I want this footage and then they go what footage age and then we have to get in this long conversation and then I go two thousand eleven Laguna Seca and then they go are footage and I go note speed vision speed channel took the foot. It's professionally shot we have it. We used it on on multiple occasions so we downloaded it. We burnt it onto. A hard drive. Wear is it and we have a copy on a on a disc on d._v._d.. Because right we you and I watched your house dateline. I think took the D._V._D.. And burnt it down okay all right so so now there's no where the D._V._D.. Is that could be on me right but there's a d._v._d.. And hard-drive version nobody knows where anything but I know there's a hard drive because they haven't on a computer so I wrote nate so every three months I just renew. I just go hey. Where is that footage? Have somebody find it so I wrote nate. What what email subject line this is this morning ten twenty seven A._M.? Subject line still still looking for that Monterey roadster footage from the speed channel and the message rates. We had the disks. We burned it onto a drive. We use some of the footage poorly for the atom goes racing in Goodwood for the Z. Car. I asked the guys weeks ago if we could find that loss footage but no one has been able to find it. It's probably on a hard drive somewhere. Just wonder follow up. Thanks all right then blocking nate nate where where is that God damn footage and he said you're driving the Z. car. No I'm driving a roadster Laguna Seca. You have it in your shows it I I there is no roof it. They pull in tight on me. I don't know how many times to tell you this and then he goes you said an email it was in the car and I went i. I told Matt to write female but I didn't tell them as you said Z.. Carney email I said are you. You gotta be kidding me well in the email. You said you're driving seacock. I said sounds I said Okay we want to his office. Because that's the identifying defying mark see I don't read the email and he's like okay bubba looking for footage Zi Qar Boban like and I stopped and I went I oh Yoon apology then if I if I said if Matt Doc Misheard or Matt Mis- mis- wrote if that if he said looking if it says Z. Car then sorry Matt wrote something or I said something wrong to Matt and then he went yeah the the heading is is looking for roadster footage from what I said no no yeah what's the heading again looking for roadster footage okay. What's the bottom part going to goodwood with DISEA- car because we've been we've ended goodwood twice once with the nine thirty five and once with Z. car when we did going racing from goodwood with Disea- car we did use the roadster footage at the top saying I drive my car so the reason I made the delineation was we used it at whatever so not only episode in that car episode we use that from Goodwin which is what he should remember because he cut the EPA UNAMUSED said Z. Car as well otherwise you'd have to goods to choose from I was specific but what is the title of the email the subject again still looking for the Monterey roadster footage from the speech Channel Okay Okay? They were have forty from the speech how it's only that footage I Chris. How many times have we gone into this? We've got I know exactly what you're looking for because you've explained to me and I look forward within the archives. Here's well Oh so you couldn't be more clear about what you want. This isn't monster on car cast like seven times over the years this months of you explaining what it is so it's it's weird that it resets every single time you bring it up. That's just the majesty of almost everyone in my life the resetting the back to zero of not even know g car footage like roadster once once and we use the. The footage for the rest of it is where is it if somebody read the email read the email and then saw roadster at the top Z. Car mentioned in the body they could say. Could you please clarify roadster Z. car if you've read the email this this sentence is very clear. Let me read it again you. Some of the footage for the atom goes racing in Goodwood for the Z. Car right. Yes not in the because you're clear I see her saying you're you're describing. The episode of Adam goes racing the reason why you say that is because that relevant to nate nate cuts and his team cuts together under Adam going racing with Adam Corolla so right where we used where you so episode if you would've said the auction episode with Aston Martin or the rats yeah that's he's putting it in in the context of the editors what they would recognize so I see what you did there. Thank you to know Val- VAL- zeke okay everybody at good news. Is You got a cool pool on academic cool shirt cool shirt all right. Should we play glue or falls yeah with J.. B. Weld sponsoring. Do you got you got it. Max Pana gotTa right here. We got by world's strongest. I got J. B.. Weld facts here and you guys are going to guess if it is glue or fall okay. How are we doing one out of time or you each throwing on vote yeah thrown all right? I'll tell you the points okay. 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FXR Racing/Race Tech Privateer Island #134- Richard Taylor

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41:06 min | 6 months ago

FXR Racing/Race Tech Privateer Island #134- Richard Taylor

"Welcome everybody to another ethics saw racing race tech suspension privateer island life podcasts number one, thirty, four, Richard Taylor the son of Rich Taylor who is a longtime friend of mine and I've known for a long time and it's depressing in a way to do this podcast for reasons that you'll hear. Later on a show ethics designed by racers for racers the twenty twenty one gear is out now tickle Nicoletti Richard Taylor. So many guys where affects our racing and they're twenty one is really really good. They've done a good job with it and you can get it and save the next. Twenty. Code from the folks that affects are racing dot com and race tech suspension as well. Thanks to folks at Race Tack Pulp Twenty Sokoto seed gets him springs get the oil change bushings done seals that kind of stuff and your suspension show some love and get some motor work done they repair motors or they modify motors and. Guys like Alex Are Using Race Tech suspension and motors to go out there and and do a great job as along with Ben Lemay and other. So please race tech DOT COM for more information on that. Thank you NAMARA Pistons. Max's tires firepower oil chains, batteries all on board and supporting this show and really really appreciate that. Thank you for listening to it. Let's dive into richer. Taylor showy. Army Buddy ask promised on the ethics are racing race tech suspension privateer island life podcast number one, three, four. It's a kid that I know pretty well over the years watched him grow up actually and makes me feel really old it's richer Taylor what's up Richard? How are you man? Good. I'm super pump to be on. It's cool to finally do one of these like I listened to all your stuff anyway. So it's awesome to actually be on the PODCAST. Thanks I appreciate it. I gotTA. Get you up here for a pulp show I've been asking your dad to come up and and drag you up. So hopefully that happens in the in the near future, and like I said, you're making me feel old because like literally like when I started as a mechanic, your dad was still racing. So it's really depressing to do this. Richard. Yes. Like Evan Ferry type. Version yeah, it really is because Yeah I remember when Your Dad was probably twenty, seven, twenty eight and a really good privateer and all of that so. We'll get through this. They'll thank you ethics racing and race tech suspension ethics. Are you normally were? FSR Don't you? Yeah ethics are I. Love It. Great stuff did the photo shoot for their twenty-one stuff and I'll be back in it right after Paula. So I love the stuff I told I shot Andy Wide Efforts are note I think some of the tickle stuff is looked really good. Not, the rainbow colored stuff I mean. That's okay. But there's like a gray blue black stuff that tickles been wearing and twenty one stuff and I, love it. It looks really good. Yes. I did I did that on this Zouqi for the photo shoot it looks really good on us Zouqi to and I kind of like how they're bringing back like traditional yellow. It's been all day I feel like the. Normal. Yellow again, which I think's pretty cool for sure. Thank you. Memory Pistons. Max's tires firepower oil firepower chains, firepower batteries as well for coming on this show with richer Taylor. Hey Man I got to be. So I want to talk to you about supercross and jumping there but. How did the Rock River Yamaha deal come together for you I was actually surprised. I didn't know anything about it I. You know I talked to your daddy obviously owns expert goggles and and I've been affiliated with them for a long time and I didn't know anything about this How did the four fifty with Rock River come together? Yeah basically. So my original plan for the summer was to do all the American nationals honest Zouqi four fifty and I ended up we'll get into it but I ended up going to Canada for their whole outdoor series in when I got back. The series was already You know the next one I could do was Millville and obviously it's real far from me in southern California. Mike Duclos was nice enough to loan me a bike for the remaining four just to have the opportunity to fly out to these last few races and do himself out. He was awesome enough to provide me with all the things I needed to get to these races and get some experience and Yeah I took him up on it and I'm I'm really pompton. I. Really appreciate it and thank him so much because I've been having a lot of fun on the Amaha. Your clothes, of course, the owner of Rock River, Yamaha, and Joey crowns on their similar similar deal. Yours I kind of like and Mason Gonzalez maybe mason gets a little bit more support but it sounds like Mike is just like, Hey, if you wanna raise our bring you a by you know supply your bike and Carter around and he's giving a shot I like that. Yeah No, it's awesome. It's A really big support thing at the race to like being out of the semi truck they make food for us like in between practice in the motives others parts on board. It's it's really a big help compared to just showing up in a van. So Yup. It's a really cool experience I've never really had. Before. So I'm really enjoying it. You're you're a taller kid is that why you decided four fifty is that all they had or why the four fifty? Oh Yeah. I'm four Fifty Guy That's about six three. About one, seventy, five, eighty pounds I struggle onto fifties outdoors. At least supercross. I can kind of get away with it a little bit more but outdoors just me being so big just I really gotta ride ride the heck out of it to make single fastest. my style. Anyway I like to shifted up a gear and loved the bike around Just Kinda be smoother pick lines and things like that and I feel like that's much more of a four fifty thing anyway and crawl through amateurs I've always done better on four fifties, and now I feel like I'm able to. Kinda show my speed on a four fifty? Yeah. It's. It's one of those things man. There's so many factory bites in the class, and if you don't got one and you're a bigger dude. It I get it for sure. How do you like? Roads Zukis. Forever you dad tested for Suzuki your tight with those guys. How do you like the blue crew four fifty I'm a fan as you know, Richard I think the bike is a main. What do you think though? No it's great. The engine as everybody Kinda knows is unbelievable the suspensions great and with the help of Ricky and bill and keep everyone Kyi be they really helped me dial in a last minute Suspension setting helped me get the bike working really really well for me. It's very stable corners well and I love my Suzuki is and I love Chris, Wheeler, and everyone Zucchini, and they've helped me so much over the years even after Paula I think I'll be back on Suzuki's mutton Yamaha's great, and it really wasn't that hard to get used to it. All I rode one day before Melville. Online. Yeah I really one day before Millville and showed up and I'm right at home right away. So Great. I loved it. What about the sucking sound the sound that takes Loud. No, they're the motors are great. They handle well, they they're a little wide, but you know you're a big guy anyway. So it doesn't that shouldn't really bug you. I've always had to theory. For as much as one shootouts and as much as they've done well. Racing hasn't always been the best and always had this theory that bigger dudes like the bike better and do better on it millsaps or Fosse or AP or whatever. Always found that the I've always had this theory where I big guys can can ride it better. Yeah and I feel like that's right and I also thank the guts racing I also run a ten millimeter taller seat on it to be even higher on it and I love that I feel like it kind of puts me on top over the front a little bit more. I know like it's kind of more of a vague feeling with the front wheel on them. So it helps me stay over the front, keep that wheel planted and And Yeah, also, another kind of break in a little bit quick. So the policy just gives you some more cushion in some better position for me. I feel like everyone who's tried it even shorter guys I feel like they like that little bit taller seat that I've talked to. Yeah. Preston is a big fan of that. They put it on for me. They said, you gotTa try this taller I have short legs I'm six feet tall but I got short legs and I didn't like it. I felt like it was kicking me in the ASS keefer likes it though I'm sure you've talked to him about it. He's a fan of that on that for sure. Yeah. No, it works good for me just being taller I don't have to but like I have really long legs. So yes, I'm sure it's a different perspective. Yeah absolutely. So what's been you haven't got a point yet in four fifty s close. You've been there what's been the what's been your overall thoughts of your races lined up for so far? Honestly. Going in I had no expectations as well as like the same approach ided supercross with earlier in the air I kinda just went in doing my best to see where I'd be. I'd no idea where I'd be an honestly and supercross and motocross as well like I'm kind of pleasantly surprising myself with. Where I'm at I on paper it doesn't look great had some a few bike issues of ad three, d. n. APPs out of the four The four outdoor Promo does raised, but the one was a twenty third that did finish started dead dead last and and ww I was in the points both motos when I had to pull off. So we had some issues that. Are completely fixed for this next round I'm writing a different bike but A. Rock rivers, supplying me so I shouldn't have any issues at the next two rounds and My real expectations for myself now that I see where I'm should be and where it, what I can do is I really WanNa be in the points and if I'm not in the points, I won't really be happy with that just considering I came from last to twenty third at Melville I feel like if I just got a halfway decent start, I can should absolutely be there so. I'm really excited to go and see if I can put it in and some points in these last few rounds. Your NFL could please tell me it was. Okay I. Wasn't he? He? He does a good job I like. His Nice enough to come with me. These doesn't have to, and he flies all these last national. So he's been using good. There's been some issues that he has caused in the past. Hopefully you got handle hope he got it fixed, right? Now, it'll be fixed for for the upcoming rounds. What about? What about speedy and he? He's crashed? What about that? Thing only and Hampshire Abshir Gonzalez worse though. Dude. They're so high in the air and you just jumping. Stayed with Ben Lemay all weekend cab you we were in the same hotel. We were talking about it and we're like man like I. Didn't see a kicker on that. Think did you and he's like, no I didn't kick her all day off that. So I have no idea what they hit. was. In Studio on Monday and sat on the left, there was a kicker he will but he went right all day long. So yeah, I never even saw honestly I'm glad I didn't see. Laughter right though up. I was going kind of right in the middle. Okay. All right yeah. No it's it's cool to see out there for sure and. Yeah, it's even close for sure getting point. So have. You surprised yourself like you I know you said you with no expectation. Did you you WANNA score points for the lack for the last two but is that surprising to you or did you think you'd be around there? A The goal originally was to be in the points all year, but just never doing it or never racing any of these ever really know where you're going to be Millville, I was be practice just being at my first ever. Outdoor. And I barely got in the show like I'm like Oh man maybe I'm more like a thirty fifth place guy which I never wanted to be happy with dame maybe that's where I'm at this weekend but it's really like crazy how much fitness matters compared to an amateur as. For National and. I've been training. With Daniel. Al. Who's kind of like Peter. Park was rocks guy for while Barbara And I contacted him and I got set up Daniel Albany. I've I've had a trainer for about a year almost now. it's really crazy to see like these guys can go so fast and. They'll pass you at the beginning of the race that's things need to work on but then like. Twenty minutes to thirty plus two I go buy like. Ten guys. How how bad guys fade so It's. It's cool like see that my fitness can come into play and I can really come back and. Make a charge at the end you list your so cal Kid, your dad's connected. You know a lot of top riders. So it's not like you know this is. A totally foreign thing to you but. Is it a little intimidating or are you kind of like? With these guys and you know I know these guys. Are you ride of the Majia or power or wherever or does it intimidate you a little bit for some of the names? Will my first ever supercross start in the heat race in Salt Lake? City is my first ever won cove atrocities and I started writing between, for Anderson, Craig like I ever It was almost like I. Know they're so good and they're so gnarly and I'm like new it was almost not even. Because you've been around these guys to write like yeah, and at the practice tracks like I know I like able to hold my own practice tracking be pretty close to some of these really good guys go to the race and like you know. Obviously the practice track is not race track tractor so much better out the race track, but it's cool to like. I don't know I'm not very intimidated I'm around them a lot of the. Guys on there by. Qualifying, session ww and I was like, Inbetween Cirillo and Barsha Osborne and all these guys like I'm I like Oh man like this is kinda crazy. But then like you kind of think about it, we're all people racing dirt bikes not BETHEL's no no. No, and that's why I wasn't. I was a little hesitant to ask you because you know you are that way. I've known you a little bit so. Yeah. It doesn't really apply to you but I wanted to ask it anyways. Yeah it's interesting to to see out. Did I see you in one of these elsie cues. You did bill. Okay. So that's what I was saying I was be practiced and I wrote like a complete squid I beef practice as maybe it was just trying to get the track down nerves or whatever. But I had to go through the Q. and I didn't even legitimately make it in I wasn't alternate in God in the first Moto like some guys got hurt in practice. Atlanta is funny like having to go through the Q. Than being twenty third in the motos like. Shows how important lap times are in practice? No, it is. It's insane and that's why I like a guy like almost sees God fourteen times in qualifying right? Like it is just that's that's what has to happen right so. You gotTa Kinda like now that I'm in a group and my dad was telling me now that I'm in a group is I just Kinda. GotTa. Get. GotTa get behind like Osborne or someone in just close my eyes and clean it for a lap and see how close. He was telling me his last one of his last nationals at Glen Helen. He got behind her Nesto Fonseca. He was filming for that Super Cross. And that he is retired for a while. So I came back and was filming for Supercross the movie and he got behind Fonseca and I guess he qualified fifteenth. Being retired. Yeah. Know I. Believe it man for sure Max's Tires Justin Rodbell crushing it with Max's tires and era and Justin Smith as well. Max Scoop tires what they use this past weekend, a WW ranch and tease develop Jeremy McGrath Please check them out. minion mountain bike tires are amazing as well. Amex St's I got a set on my bike Max's Dot Com for more information on that light truck tires as well. WanNa. Thank the folks that firepower for coming on board. We're over fifty years experience in industry fire of our quality value and service for your machine. They've got the chains made in Japan they got the feather-light Lithium batteries. 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But one of the sweet things for you Richard is whether it's ww ranch or whether it's Millville like getting out there on these tracks has got to be pretty cool. Just you've read about them, you watch videos you know your dad's raised a ton of them. Got To be cool to be out there. Absolutely showing other Melville and going and walking just out of the pits for the first time in looking at right after the there's that step up like it was unbelievable. You don't realize how. Big These Hills Elevation Bazaar Like I was with wage wins and we were walking out there and. We looked up in like we had. No. We could not believe how big the hill actually was after that because on TV just looks like Jon. Yeah. And then Mount Martin was vertical like almost more than Glen Helen. Crazy, you don't even understand how you get there and I can only imagine like people who show up at Glen Helen for the first time I obviously I'm there every single week but if someone shows up at Glen Helen for the first time, it's probably crazy for them to. You. mean. I got buddies that come down for the vets right and they're just like Holy Shit and I'm like, yeah, your front ends coming up. You know what I mean. You're leaning off the back like I. It's GNARLY and same thing without Mount Martin for sure it's It's pretty, pretty intimidating pretty impressive for sure. Hey. So You coming off ACL did. Have you done it twice what you this is my second. That's what I thought. Okay. So you've got to ACL's which Kinda sets you back a couple of times right like now are they were the same me separate both knees opposite knee Dude. So that has to blow the last one you did, which is what two years ago now or a year and a half. November. Okay. You had been just crushed. Yeah. I was actually at H. E. Piece Zukis test track And it was like my fourth lap and. I was out there with pipes was out there off everyone and he wanted the would like my foot slipped off in the love section actually and hit the ground and that's what Torey then I went over the bar is is fine from crashing. I kind of knew immediately I was in denial. Tackling I tried to add some more dusty didn't think like I mean obviously like from the outside, you wouldn't know I wasn't like Oh man I'm like actually really messed up but dusty is like go out there and ride man like they're thinking I was like intimidated of the sucrose trag it's like. It's your first year and like no like I'm good I just I just can't like it. Hurt you already did one. So you know that right? When was the first one? When you do the first one the back in like twenty seventeen, I was. So. So pipes make you ride the tornado. He didn't know and. Then, a couple of weeks later. I. Guess My Dad told him. He was like, Oh my God. I was telling him to get back out there. About it. That's the Dan. Pipes. Hey like I never obviously. I've known you for a long time union brother. How's your brother doing? He's he back on a bike at all I. know he had a really bad crash. He did make it back to riding right I mean I know it's not serious but. You know he's back you actually just road the other day. It's just he liked broke song. Is Free Crash is he okay? Is He permanently jacked up or is he? His good he like acts like a normal kid walking around. But like when he rides, you can only ride for like ten to fifteen minutes at a time in his wrists and things really bother him just because everything was masta terrible crash. Yeah really bomber for him but he's like he's doing well and he's He's been surfing lot and. A normal kid. So yeah, is good. For You I. Like Your Dad's you'd had kind of one of those gnarly dad's where it's like I, ain't helping the kid unless he puts in the effort and you know what I mean. You know he didn't. have a silver spoon. You had to do a lot of your stuff and at times you know your dad butted heads I'm sure and I never really knew if you wanted to go down this route of being a professional. I just didn't know and it seems like you do you. Want to work hard and and get in there. Is that fair to say that you weren't always one hundred percent committed and now you are. Yeah well, actually really didn't get into seriously racing until later, all these kids that are pro now like have been winning since they were like six and seven years old been chasing the series and Maradas and all that stuff. I really I'd never even went to amateur nationals or anything on big bike already. I was see claassens demo years in c class and then got up to be class. So then I only did like I've only been racing really not that long people have been racing twice as long as me so. I've really been committed into it since. Be, class. I would say in the now. I've really been taking seriously just because I have to if I ever want to be competitive and I really WanNa be I really WANNA. Get there and I feel like it's kind of cool to finally becoming the mild and like. Getting closer to where I WANNA be like top twenty, top fifteen and just keep increasing my goals. I achieved them I I'M ALL IN I. Just got a late start. Compared to a lot of these kids. Okay. So yeah. So this is the goal for you. This is what you WANNA do. Not Actually I'm I'm all in. This is my whole life and what I'm doing every single day as I'm trying to get better and Riding all the time and now I'm here now I'm out these graces really do it. Crazy well good. That's awesome. No, you certainly have talent. You make I don't know what it is about. Tall people like yourself you always make it look like easy and you got some you've got style. You've got some skills of washed erotic Glen Helen and over the years and it's it's cool to see. So for supercross and it was late late jump into the Salt Lake, city stuff and you guys didn't even stay the whole time which I thought was super weird by the way I told your dad that. But. What did you think? Are you on RMC to fifty? You came in your qualified? Pretty well. You just miss the main I. Believe how It was awesome. They told they called me up and they're like, Hey, we need more riders for two fifty West and I my original plan was to do the whole fifty west series. But that was when I did my my acl again in November and I was out the whole thing. So. I got a nice three days of practice on a supercross track I. Know You talked to Rob Rj about it? Talking about it. I. Didn't even know which bike I was GonNa ride until the last day? Of laughed about this. program. Yeah Yup. Loose program. Back Yeah I showed up in again zero expectation I was nervous but I really like was kind of being a wimp about a lot like the rhythm sections things now is just I was qualifying like twenty four like even tripling rhythm sections like just doubling. I think a lot of that is because my my corner speed was really good and just being taller longer leg kid I can get through the whoops pretty well. Yeah. And like throughout the trip in Salt Lake throughout the two rounds I was able to race I did get better rhythm like started jumping stuff. started getting more comfortable and getting closer and the I got twelve in both my heat races. Other, than my elsie accuse I just wasn't able to execute my start very well and couldn't get up to fourth but I was really close in. It's kind of cool to see like if I actually get some. Good. preparation. Ready, more than three days. Maybe next year you get in the main consistently. So I'm pumped on that. Would you go to four fifties for supercross in twenty one or do you think you'll stick with the RMC or what's your plan for that rough roughly right now? I don't know I don't know yet. I'm kind of I've heard for fifty supercross. GNARLY is what everyone who's been racing telling me because you can actually over jump stuff but my dad's like, no, it's easier just do it so. We'll. See. I. Your Dad I texted him about supercross when you're up there in Salt Lake is a he is. Like I'M GONNA. Perfect. Rt.. I remember I ever arena across when arena cross was gnarliest. Before like they were done with. and. I'm like, don't you think I should like try practicing going into a subtle supercross. Whoops at least once before we go to nick is like is not. I got there and I'm like Oh, my God. That's great. Yeah it's also. He hasn't steered me wrong very much. Even though is telling me like I mean, he knows how skilled I am and he believes in me knows I can do it. I really can and. Proving to myself just showing up like you said like I did not much practice I wasn't sure what I wanna do is like just go race them and I want and raised him and I'm really glad I did because that experience and just being able to raise your real super track with guys. It's insane and I feel like I'm much more prepared than I would be if I didn't do that for next year obviously you're tight with. Zeki like we talked about your dad tested with them forever you you've you've read them forever Do you like to arms e to fifty was the bike you feel like it's Look, it's not an level of. I don't care I know you gotta be Nice Vote Them Richard. But it's not a level Riyanto but you feel like it's as equal everything else out there. I. Believe that mine is really good. GotTa. J. Hat off the off the shelf. Jj had. Put a vortex ignition on it. Maybe put a little flutter flywheel in it and do do a few other things I got my exhaust circuit helps me a lot and mine was really good. I feel like honestly the power on a like a built our to fifty is just as good as a lot of things. Yeah. The only issue with it is the the power band is shorter just gotTa be shifting and stay in. It's easier to fall off whereas if you're on like a good Yamaha, you can maybe be a little under our fiamme are over rabbit and it'll still go fast where the Suzuki constantly chasing that little point But when you're in that zone, it's good. Transmitting to work for sure you know doing well so. An e four fifty look got changed a couple years ago three years ago. It's not really anything new now I had one for a little bit and I. They do get a bad rap look. Yeah. To kickstart socks they do need to start. But outside of that mind, the bike is good like skinny turns great suspensions good motor is probably a little soft, but you can easily bump that up like I feel like. Sometimes I make fun of it too as far as the kick-starting, but the bike is good. Oh. Yeah. Absolutely. They need to get an start I agree other than that though I'm was fully prepared to go raise my arms four fifty these outdoor nationals and I'm confident happy with it and was excited to do it I just. Want a different route without. But it's a good bike. Absolutely, affects our racing designed by racers for racers, Brock tickle filthy filmmaker, letty richer Taylor to some of the guys using fx are out there and twenty one stuff is out now punks twenty. With affects are racing dot com. Please check those guys out and race tech. Well, Race Tech suspension race DHEC motors get your motor work done. Get Your suspension service US pulp code to save with anything from race that gets them springs put in. Your bike in and make sure that it works well, and it will definitely rewards you. All right we got to touch on the Canadian thing for you man on didn't go. Well, you went up there to ride a k. x two fifty for the sky couch team and Did you finish a Moto couple motors maybe? Yeah finished a couple I actually did the I counted up everything and I finished a just about fifty percent. I would get across the finish line But. Yeah. They were all mud racists except the one gopher dunes, which is like the gnarliest sand you've ever written in your life your sure you know. And that? Yeah, we just kept having the same bike issue over and over his overheat ended up, it was overheating. Well, you know the little. Fifty. There's a little plastic black cap on the top of the left radiator. burping. Bleeding bleeding the water out. Yeah. Yeah and that would overheat melt and burst and blow cooling my I pretty much every single Mojo. Plows Fun and yeah, my teammate Ryan. Was Up there we're super tight. Really. Together the whole time he had a metal one on there and I really wanted to metal one on my bike and. I was pushing and pushing to get one and actually got one myself sent up and I wasn't allowed to run it. Makes no sense. Richard that makes no sense. I heard this whole story by the way. I just why would you not be able to run that I don't understand that I don't get a theory was if Iran that I would blow all the coolant out of the bike and blow it up and you didn't want me to blow up the bike, but I would blow that cap off before any cool. Even make it off the overflow. So. This kind of I was over it. So I quit a race early and came home just because I was probably going to do that two more times the next week. A head start on getting ready for Millville on rotten four fifties again. So it was a cool experience. I'm thankful like the sky racing team. Had ME GO UP And try and do everything and. it was cool and getting the race i. feel like it made me more ready for these American nationals. I got to do a lot of thirty minute motives and raced against some good guys. Get exposure as well. It just didn't work out for me and I'd love to go back to Canada I. Love. Canada. Can't that Walton or something eleven th Walton when you're on four fifty. Yeah, on a four, fifty last year eleventh I think. Well let's go back on a Florida Look Alex team owner, the sky, team To work for anybody WHO's reading there. Will. We'll tell you the same thing and I don't know our gnarly racer. He was really really good. Your Dad raced against them a bunch. I'm sure. But I questioned sometimes some of the stories I hear I'm just like come on come on now you know what I mean like it doesn't look good when you're bikes aren't finishing and. Sometimes, it's not his fault but God i some stories I, hear I just I can't believe it so. You know it sucks for you to do that but on the other hand to. Like, yeah, with all the mud races series didn't look like fun at all this year. Nothing looked it was like no joke all mud gopher June. Yeah. No, it's. It's not good that way. So so so you'd go up if you had another chance with another team, you go. You consider going back. Absolutely. I love the whole series I like met tons of friends up there and lots of people at the series and other teams and things are super cool and I. Love to go back up if I ever got the opportunity. To talk about your down a little bit obviously the owner of expert goggles choice champions everywhere like Alex. Rae cheese. So many goddess Ben Lemay Henry Miller privateer choice of goggles and they work really well. When's the thing coming out? Richard Ones the new thing coming I just tested yesterday Glenn Hill in another one. Very soon I know we say. It really very soon like seriously this time. I can't wait. It's been good. I'd may have may have jumped the gun on having that make up like a year or two. Just a Tad. So, he's a great guy. Really. Really funny great stories and everything else how much. I mean look he's your dad. So you know it's one of those deals like the follow. Did you did you know about his stories? DO YOU WATCH YOUTUBE CLIPS Shoe goal I'm sure but yeah. What's that like been like having a dad like that? Where everyone at the track is like rt Or you go to a supercross and you can't walk more than like ten feet without stopping supercross was normal and someone has to talk to them for ten minutes. Walk Ten. It's cool though like he's got so much insight and I like having him at the races because he has been the most of the tracks that were racing now in the nationals, I actually was in Millville. A Guy who follow the sport very well was talking to us who's like Oh yeah like. Have you raised up here before I got like fifth in the Vet Series One year and my dad's like Oh. Yeah I got fifth up here one year and he like, Oh what's series? No. Class I v the Moto and he was like Oh that's pretty good. Right. But yeah, it's cool. He knows he knows he's got so much knowledge and so much insight that it's really helpful to have him out the racism. Yeah. I've seen the infamous whole shot watching. Watching that very much but. He was he was a very talented writer great privateer for a long time and a great test rider. So you know he can only get on a bike too much these days does he? Yeah, he does he actually a lot. Really okay. I thought gets call him I'm writing protract tonight I was actually going to call after this and see if you want Sollozzo. Zouqi. Thought, the KNEECAP did them in but he's been running a little bit. All right. Yeah he's been a little bit. Well. Actually you may be right he did messes up a bit ago actually I don't think he's written sense. Maybe you're right I should talk to. I'll find out I really should you should really find out. But. He helps you with lines I. Imagine he helps you with the bike set up all that stuff look very valuable. Bike set-up is massive I can tell him anything the bikes doing I'm pretty good test rider myself just. Being around I do with him and done so many by test for like Don Mata on all these people. But she is like literally one of the greatest test riders of all time and can tell you anything if I give them anything the bikes doing, you can tell me what do the bike and He'll make adjustments like I'll mention something and he'll just make adjustments in. It's better life. He's really valuable with that. I could totally see that I could see that him really helping out you know. Yeah yesterday Glen Helen I was actually on the phone with them like I'd go out for a couple of APPs come back and talk to him. Yeah. No. For sure. He did it for a long time. You know and he was a very good writer I think looking back on it. He'd probably wish he took it a little bit more seriously right? I, mean he was in a different era and There wasn't many rides available in all that stuff, but I also feel like off track he ran a loose program I. Don't know if he's mentioned that to you or if he's ever said that, but I do feel like he probably wishes he took it a bit more seriously. He's mentioned that he tries to drill out into my brain like saying he. He says like you're GONNA wake up one day if you don't take it seriously and you're really GonNa wish that you you gave it everything you have when you had the chance because it's going to be gone. So yeah. He he trained hard is later his more later years. He's told me and those were some of his best results ever. So I'm sure if he really did that earlier, he could've done better but. He was really good. It's really lucky to be like his his kid to have the knowledge that he has but I'm sure at the same time you guys are butted heads over the. All Kids and sons and dad's right. Yeah well, I mean he spends a lot of money to give me these places and take me to my whole amateurism back when I was doing the whole amateur scene. It's it's really expensive odd even felt bad before you go all the way to. All across the country to an amateur race. What's that you broke up? And why many dots get mad and things like that but he's also tries to really keep it in check and he doesn't get too out of hand. So he puts in the work of I'm putting in the works. Yes really. It's really nice. Yeah. He told me that one time he said as long as the kid if he wants to work and do it I'll I'll I'll do everything I can to to get it in so Expert Goggles of course, his company that he started way back when with with your GRANDPA and his dad. How much do you work there? Do you work there at all? Do you have you? What's the? What's The story with expert? Now. The officers are in Agoura hills I go in every once in awhile and help with some orders I don't get paid or anything I. Know. Yeah. So I I just go in and help when when needed or if the container comes in like when a container comes in featuring Dogle at some point I'm going to be there unloading it and it's lots and lots and lots of boxes and. I hope when I'm needed, I'm not in there like all the time. But I figured at some point you would have definitely been in there doing working for free Yes. Absolutely. Building laminates all day long. Building. All the I was the guy I was you. I was the Goggle guy at the beginning supercross while I was hurt. That's true I. saw you there. Yeah. Walking around building all the goggles like you used to do and delivering and picking them up I was that was just going to the races. Absolutely right I remember I asked you about it we were talking about it and you're like, yeah, I don't get paid though I'm and I Know. Absolutely. That would never that would never happen. Right. So Richard Taylor get mad about it though. So much that I would get so much crap. If I ever gave him grass for sure Richard Taylor on the racing race tech suspension privateer island life podcast number one, thirty four. All right. So Colorado this weekend and then Paula you're gotta be looking forward to Paula. Oh yeah I read Paulo all the time. It's one of my further tracks from me just living kind of closer to La but I do ride they're pretty often in it's the only track that I'm racing this year that I've written before. So that's. GotTa be an advantage there also completely redoing the place. I heard that. So they've been closed for a month. So I wonder how different it's GonNa be. Yeah I've been my friend went. Yes. The other day and was like looking on the veterans and was looking over there. I guess it looks pretty cool. They're they're building lots of big. Elevations stuff. So we'll see it should be quite a bit different. Yeah. Really. Right. All right man hey, thanks for the time. Appreciate it. Good luck with everything I've always. I know each other for a long time. Now over the years I'm stoked that you're you know doing pretty well and you look good too. So I think it's only a matter of time before you start getting in there a little bit. Yeah I feel like I'm just I'm really close and I feel like I have speed and I have. A lot of things going for me, and I just got to get the experience and execute everything get a little better starts than just. Keep doing it and get there i. feel like I'm close. Yeah. I do I do too and it's awesome that the close and the Rock River guys have given you a little bit of a shot here and and we'll see you in supercross twenty one I think for sure, right. Yeah, absolutely I will be there I don't know exactly what the plan is. Awesome Animal Richard Taylor thank you for your time on the effects are racing race tech suspension, privateer island life. We'll see this weekend man. Thank you. Yeah. Thank you. If I could just thank like expiration goggles obviously my dad's company fx Our and Armagh I know you're blitzed up with arm oh. God help me I'm always blitzed up you can use you can use pulp twenty code to save pop. What. Is it? I don't even. Know Code. Do you have a code I don't have a code I wanted to current have occurred. I love what I just figured out though with the armor stuff and I feel dumb for this but. Actually told me this month ago or so he's like put the fire in the blitz I wasn't doing that. I haven't tried that actually see. There you go. Put put a scoop of fire into the blitz while you on a bicycle ride or whatever and dude it's awesome. It's awesome. So you'll never bunk ever never never. So try that. But Yeah Armor Armor Good Company for sure Yes Armagh. Dunlop been helping me out Iran that big giant scoop ww. Very helpful. CPI Dwayne and everyone in steamy valley cycles for helping me up with bikes Dave. McCarthy. Everyone at Kyi be my buddy Chris Months actually let me borrow his Yamaha for fifty. So I have a practice like during the week. Yep. Daniela Mike Duclos in Rock River Yamaha and everybody else just I'm so appreciative and all the people that helped me out get where I need to be so. No worries man thank you for the time I. Appreciate It, and we'll see you and your popcorn this weekend. is coming this week. Maybe there Yup I'll come by I'll see. You guys for sure. Awesome well, thanks again for letting me do this I. Love It. I've been listening for so long it's awesome to be on it. No problem. Richard thanks. Man. All right talk to you soon.

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Carolla Classics: Anna Faris in studio, Brian Posehn live podcast, Follow Me Bumper Sticker

The Adam Carolla Show

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Carolla Classics: Anna Faris in studio, Brian Posehn live podcast, Follow Me Bumper Sticker

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Chassis channel new number number five eighty five five eighty five Pluto TV and welcome to Corolla Classics for July Twenty Seven Two thousand nineteen the show will really highlight the greatest moments of the Adam Corolla show over ten years of podcasting. Let's do it my name's Chris Locks Mon- executive producer of the Adam Corolla show along with Corolla archivist Super Fangio von Good Morning. Everybody happy Saturday and happy Saturday T._G._I.. T._G._I.. We got an incredible incredible show lineup. I can't wait and it starts off with a weird listener. Request <hes> this one was emailed to us by Dave A and he writes. Hey Chris Geo Sensational. Show absolutely love it. You're doing the Lord's work I was a massive fan. During love line your shows he's super great way to catch up on what I missed with. The best of my favorite three digit number is nine three six and no doubt at the entire show is gold but I'd love to hear clip from show nine three six. Thanks guys definitely got a five star rating for me Dave P._S._I.. Also love Alison Rosen sexy voice all right dave. This is a weird email but I love it turns the episode nine thirty six is a gem so I'll actually even put it in as a contender just like a dare come on. Let's see what happens Dave sure as a great up so it's Brian Hussein's live episode. It could go either way. I Love Brian Sane. It's it'll be on this one. Who knows so it's GONNA end up? I put it in. It's hilarious top the bottom. I can't choose what to cut or what to put in. It's just it's too funny. I was actually put it over two days. What should I do so I finally found a nice roughly forty minute chunk of the episodes? It's a super cut of some of the funniest funniest moments Adam tells a story he hasn't shared since and get routinely mocked fort <hes> there's some cute details about their dog molly and <hes> some stories about <hes> alternative wiping and toiletry related pranks thanks October twenty twelve. It's live from the urban improv with Allison rose and Brian Bishop and guest Brian Poe Sane Adam cruel show nine three six has got you ever fall asleep beating off off now I have. That's not a fun story like to tell the wife like she came in Chicago. Me Was a Jaime Pressley was Maxim magazine as a while back so I'm like fuck yeah. We're GonNa Jerk J._V. Presley and I fell asleep so my wife walks in and I've got my hands down my pants and I've got Jaime Pressley Maxim magazine on my chest and she goes what the Fuck Am. I go and she's like you're being I know when you caught me. I was sleeping right ten minutes ago right beating off but you didn't actually catch me beating off. You caught me sadly sleeping. I'm not making it through it but there's a couple a couple of things like you fell asleep. And how uninterested are you in yourself sexually that you would literally fall asleep in the middle of eating off number one could me even my hands like like man we could do better then. How about your connerly again? Is Your Cock cocktails fall asleep. You got the fuck fell asleep mid stroke Dan you of all people have to be like you have to be it would send you into like a post traumatic situation a catch Brian Poe sane beating off your lot of man. Oh yeah to see you struggling with your cell well. That's why I always lock the hotel room that thing because you don't want to lady walk in right right she'll quit and jump out the window right right and not in that or being right yeah Oh my God oh fuck and by the way Chihuahua and then let me just say this about all the others Jamie. She's like a simpsons character. What year was that that I was doing that two thousand the new one yeah that's about right December pre nine eleven eleven that wack judge all your writing off post Jerry <hes> nine? We're all remember where we we were beating off when we heard about the towers going down never forget other the other thing too. Is You ever get the housekeeper that does the knock and walk move like if you're gonNA knock wait for a walking response don't do that angry and knock knock swiped the key and walk in immediately like that's just that's that's enough time for me to throw down the Jamie Lee Presley magazine and have a horrified look on my face okay so wait for a response. If you're going to knock three Mississippi and let me respond I love when I have the do not disturb thing and then they're still have that sign out. Here just wanted to let you know you have that sign up right. Oh Yeah No. I know they'll put it so you wouldn't come here they will they will call you. Yes in go but a you. I hope you guys. I don't know if you guys are like me but at home the sheets and make it a good week for just a week well. I'm on week three right. When I lived alone they would actually walk themselves still coin laundry after about a year and a half like I would see my fitted Ritchie Hitchhiking on Laurel Canyon? I can't live like this yeah right walkout host. That's on the science tonight or bust on it but but now I have a poor horrified woman who comes to to my house once a week and slips strips the bed down. Yes your wife. No she pays she pays my wife. Though my wife did she did make this proclamation which was funny. We were arguing about the kids and we have a nanny and the nanny in the kids were like at the park and my wife dropped this one on me. I'm raising these kids alone and I'm like really where are they now because they're having a bucket snow cone with a Guatemalan chick. I and I'm paying her so let's face it. Neither one of US are raising cash but certainly has the nanny ever said the same thing to you. Yeah where the fuck are both of you. I recently raising these children alone but yeah now it's once a week. The bed gets stripped down and taken apart and the cleaning lady re does it but I don't needed done on a daily basis. I don't know how filthy you think I am but I don't need the bed broken down and I don't need it remade. I sure as fuck don't need the turndown service. I don't need the towels adjusted. I don't need somebody sort of you. Know Your Hotel Hotel. Room is a little glimpse of your lifestyle outside of your house and nobody needs to be privy to that now. Yeah I live like a Hobo when I'm on the road but then I can say and now I'm being green right the fact that I was this year for five days and didn't let you clean anything right. I'm Super Green. I use both scientists Pam. I'm Living Green Yeah when my tells are dirty I do just throw them on the floor. Oh you do really bad. No one comes in including one picks them up yeah. My feeling is once a towel dries. It's not dirty anymore. Yeah actually never dirty. They're using it when you're clean right. It's the cleanest arguably anything that touches your naked your body yes who does this though honestly who does a little clean up before the May shows up because of all the disgusting Shit you do during the course of the week. Yes you do Brian Brian you have to tidy up so they can clean like the normally the kitchen table is covered in papers and mail and all sorts of shit going they come over. They gotta clean time organized yet but I'm not talking about the kitchen table. I'm moving toward the hamper on this one. I will do the damp ass wipe. I am not proud of it but I will do the Fred this shock oh come on really you guys never do that. which thing now man I feel like Mackenzie Phillips when she was on all right Mackenzie was like I'm talking about having consensual sex with my dad as an adult for all the women out there nobody eh just me? Oh Yeah No. I will clean up the are you talking poo or I will do is I'll listen who knows hopefully both I will do the I'm going to give my ass wipe before I hit the road with a damp t shirt or something like that just the kind of now with an Expo Fan teasha just just to say fuck you you have children use baby wipes baby wipes. Oh my God they're the fucking best but I didn't know what I didn't know. They existed till I want. My kids asked three years ago now. I can't the baby wipes are nice. My ass is it's not done. 'til they hit it with a baby yeah baby here. We addition the one. The size of a parachute sends me off on the road here. Take some wipes because you're fucking disgusting I am I have a psychological block with the baby wipe or the sanitary wipe kind of thing because I was over Kimmel's house Jimmy Kimmel dropper many years ago I know and <hes> he came running out of the bathroom screaming and what had happened is he'd mistake or mistaken. One of those clorox bat toilets counter wipes. It comes in the same dispenser. Oh Yeah Yeah. I know. It hasn't happened but let me tell you trying to sabotage me because he's got them right next to each other like yeah yeah it's made us. Oh fucking pothole if you just that's the porn thing crab the wrong why there is going to be some there will be held the pay and I never wanted to be burned him though because you don't keep the preparation of the toothpaste and he'll keep clorox next to the baby while you're talking guy brushes teeth with badges pills no it well the great thing about brushing. Your teeth with vagit still is or whatever it is you're doing you are so sure you're correct for the first couple of seconds of whatever it is you're doing. You're like God damn. It is horrible to banks. You know like what happened to this like you refused to do. Math on this one goes the other way. Oh Wow your wife has a sparkling vagina. Your your Pussy fresh weight that me why Whitener on your pussy and your mouth is used three for the next two weeks. That's right yeah. It was bad times. Also I figure I mean listen. I finished. It's not like you know I was running late but <hes> yeah I did. I did brush my teeth. I would like a nice coffee table able book of just testimonials of Shit that people did and put into their system actually dropping Kimmel's name again but he actually took my toothpaste squirted it out and filled it with shaving cream and I brush my teeth with shaving cream and I did it for three months with just the kind of a fuck. This stuff is gone south kind of feeling but all right. What are you GonNa do literally told me I like to play a practical joke? You have to tell you go. Hey you know they're mad like stupid. Are you put I went through a lot of work because you're sitting on sitting on your toilet on he yeah right hi and then nothing. I didn't show the satisfaction of doing it like putting a Yarmuk on your dog and your dog on so be it and it just walking around for months. You know it could be a Jewish dog yeah. Do you think that he thought your pranking him back. No he just thought I'm so dulled and maybe my gums have no feeling in them or I'm just such like Reptilian in my thinking that I'm just not smart enough. He squeezed out enough but it mixed in enough with the stuff that is in they had the faint hint of Spearman but it was like the world shittiest spearmint stop but I was like fuck it. I don't know because I couldn't wrap my mind around the fact that this has been tampered with like who would get hold of Mike Toothpaste Tamper with it. You know it was coming out of the two lightning striking twice and shaving cream yeah a lot of range. You should stop brushing. Your teeth lesson learned lesson. Let them fall out yeah. Oh franken. I've lost with a tampon string for a while too but I don't WanNa get into that should've known when there were not together three inches. There should just be a magazine like next to the Sky Mall called called how to Piss your husband off with. Nobody needs when we spent his money as a bunch of shit for your dog well that's what they used to call Sky Mall but shorter word entitled title the Shortest Guy Yeah titles Kinda Wordy Yeah The Sky Mall. I think it's a little sets of doggy steps for my dogs and they never fucking used them but we didn't learn the first time and it wasn't me right yeah. You bought August somebody else that I live with right that occasionally. I put my penis in right right pat and house well. Yes name dropper sorry I. I knew you wouldn't do it so I wanted to say for you. You bought two sets of Doggies yeah the first time it didn't work. It didn't take the dogs could give a shit they use the stairs or they just stand next to the stairs and wine because I have basset hounds like Oh yep sit hounds. It's me as a dog. You know how your dog's are supposed to look like you. My fucking do right there droopy and they hate everything. They're just right. Wing Man as Doug is no fun as a dog. You're ears dragging when you walk walk is equivalent to a dude's balls dragging when he walks that is low to the ground. I like when people explain their dogs and their dog is basically useless like Basset Hound is long and makes it weird sound like I don't know what they don't bark exactly. They may thank someone always goes in Medieval Times. They were used to root out Fox's yeah but just went just shits up the yard and can't get on the fucking bed fucking adorable but they're depressed all the time. It's like having a Goth Kid living in your house late just sitting around like sucks. You get three meals a day. Yeah don't do shit. Life doesn't suck that hard. Does Your Basset Hound Mall. Life is tough. My I'm GONNA kill myself. I was who we I could put a gun in this Pau. I bet they re twilight yeah. They look like they hanging out wearing black teas yeah I. I don't know if your dogs ever done this one to you but <hes> my dog my dog does a lot of like lounging. Just a lot of sort of cheap looks like she just fell over. It's like cow tipping kind of thing just lays there and then when it gets hot she sprawls she lays and I actually slept two nights ago. Actually I wet the bed two nights ago. I'm not happy to say that a little too much angry and just fucking fuck it but I had my feet out of the covers and it was actually my toe was in Mali's mouth and I was kind of cool with weight. Is that the night you at the bed no but you know what wait a minute now. That was the next night but my dog does this thing that my wife loves which she's whenever we're in bed. She's always on the bed and sort of tipped over and just sort of laying there and sprawled out and I do this thing where I get on these long winded stupid fucking jags about nothing where I'm just complaining and whining and <hes> my wife's clearly tuned out and there's my dog molly up there and she sprawled out and I'll just do this thing and I'll go and another thing the fuck is up with this town what's going on what's gridlock out there and all they can come up with click get her ticket Jesus Christ who can't better buck and click it or ticket. We can't even go fast enough getting a fucking car accident and at some point molly will do very well time descent huge dog side <music> flapping and then my wife will always go you see. Do you see what you do you see. This is what everyone wants to do too much decor but she's an animal. She can't stop herself doing Utah. How does your Basset Hound again? Yeah do do a lot of the same well. My thing is my wife Watches Reality Shit so but I stopped making fun of it like she's she's watching real housewives and then I'd come in and I will just go how the fuck you watch these stupid other doing shop in and complaining and fucking you know and then right. She's like this is my time right the last time I did that. I felt kind of awful Oh yeah because she works really hard hit on the D._V._R.. Right and then I come in shirtless yeah sure which is no fun slanting while you're watching that fucking bullshit and she's just like to escape from you. The theme of you leave the room. Do Do what you ask Allison I said. Do you make her. Give you money to leave the room. That's good I I it's Ah do what I do. Is I sit there and make fun of it but then somewhere round minute fifty five I realized in there and I'm like Sharon Zik yes. I can't watch inch this yeah yeah. I know I'd be pissed if is Adriana to understand people who are reality shows at one point. We all mocked them. Yeah Right. It's all episode and then you're hooked. It's also a the sad reality of an and ironic and I'm never really now. My wife's going to hear this and get pissed but we're shelter that thing. We're just sit there and go all these chicks to is lay around Nannies. They have maids. They have cleaning ladies. They go to private schools and I'm like right. We're five for five so far by the way it's not like. We're both on a treadmill training decathlon. We're both swapped out in bed right now. They take their kids. They park them in front of the T._v.. Set that's our kids are downstairs watching spongebob worse. It's new we're in bad. We're talking shit about these white. People pull it. Don't do anything that's exactly what we're the only thing would be worse if you're watching a reality show and the woman on the reality show is watching a reality show and complaining then fucking slowed the mystery science theater five thousand we sit and watch reality shows from embed. Yes Brian actually the bed wedding for a second. Yes Not Prasad. How do we all let that go after our that that is not getting glossed over you know what part of it was connected to the Madonna in remember you were telling me about the Madonna and and although I replaced the Madonna in with the Real Madonna and I was like in Madonna's parlor or something and and I had this in I wasn't it wasn't a full dream? No Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah I also wondered when we departed sorry no he was telling me about going to the Madonna in a lot of the justification sort of it's your fault if that's what you're asking. I'm sorry it's like there's there's there's like three levels of pissing the bad. There's fuck it. I can live with this level like like what time is it and I can make it another our pets then there's a towel level town like level twos. Just the towel level like bucket. What are you going to do and then there's level three defcon three yeah? Can I think this is like the white band. You're shit with the T shirt thing everybody in here though we don't do that we don't piss the bed well. It's not like it happened with you every night. Hey I'm only familiar with one level ocean. I pissed the bed really you don't have this as manageable. I'm with you so you're injuries I well the last time I piss the bed was like it like eighty nine or something and I remember the dream vividly. which was I was jousting? I was like fighting. I was in armor was Madonna now not at this while she was but it was during the the like a prayer prayer face yes I was. I was some sort of medieval something doing some sort of battle you know real good dream stuff and I'd slade a bunch of people and I was done and I was like God I gotTa Piss so bad and I was struggling with my armor like you never really think about pitchy up like that would be hard to where like chain nail changing mill like boxer briefs You know and I was like trying to unstrapped shit and I had like bronze cod peace and fuck and I remember just I was like standing next to a castle and finally got all the Shit Undone and then I was like Oh God this is so good and then at a certain point I was at my girlfriend's house and and I had to wake her up and it's like there's no masculine way to tell somebody hey man I would be what the fuck you just pissed the bed. I should have done. I should've rolled her over on her right. Yeah Milady. I pissed your lady. Yeah and I was dreaming about joust in bed with P.. What the fuck it was it was really horrible because for the remainder of our relationship which is probably like another four months or something? She was scared shitless. I was going to want someone pissed bed. You don't WanNa get in bed with them again. So I swear to God. It'd be two in the afternoon. That'd be like I'm going. I'd have a beer and she's GonNa you sure that's a good idea sure that's a good idea. You know her friends all new two right right. Do you never heard the nickname whispered now. How's your walking by? I thanked she dumped me later on and moved on with her life but who's laughing now. I'm peeing on a plane damage Jesus Jesus Christ shall we should we do little news how you guys like in your main Korea by the way take your shots there yeah. It's fucking packed Solo Punch. Bryan Bryan a lightweight although Brian it must take like a barrel of rum to really tech the Greek no now I drink so little so like I took two shots back there and I was like I'm going to walk out there and fall asleep sleep. What what is his stop drinking? Oh well. They could be on you. What what do you do? You have a vice media. Have you have something we'd for twenty something years we off off the we'd now yeah yeah so how did you was that hard super hard. How did you do that? I just basically stopped but it took forever. It took like this is so lame I went to therapist in complained about added for three years and then basically she almost called me a pussy right like she didn't use that word but she was like you know you can just quit instead of coming here right what they're pissed. Does that like about something you're paying. I'm for I'm so sick of your money and your waning fucking man up and stop today wow and never come here again yeah. I don't know I my wife's like by the way I'm not flattering you. GotTa get back into therapy. Thanks thanks for the confidence builder sweating but I used to go to therapy and then I stopped because I was doing dancing with the stars and that what's enough for your self esteem no but you know that weird window. It's like the call somebody back window or the email window. When the time comes and goes like I said my therapist I gotTa do dancing with the stars? I'm doing morning radio like I literally don't have any more time in the week but don't worry I'll get tossed off in a few weeks and then I'll just come back and I got tossed off in a few weeks and I did that thing where it's like. Yeah I feel pretty centered become cool. I'll give it a few weeks and then and then if Tino two years went by and now it's weird because I can't go off fucking great at dancing with the stars I mean they just kept kept going and then I went back for the Tournament of Champions whip the shit out of Kristi Yamaguchi. You didn't see it was awesome like now. It's been four years so I can't go back and go. Hey remember I said I was going to come back in three in half weeks. It's been a little while so I'm stuck like I don't know what to do and I know everyone goes. They don't give a shit. I don't give a shit if they don't give a shit. I give a shit people. Do all that shit all the time whether you're going to a therapist you're getting a prostate exam or they go. They don't care they do it. All the time. My asshole cares I don't care. I don't care if they don't care. I can't wait. What are you worried about those? There's going to be so you can't just pick up where he left off. Some guy's dead like I don't know what to do. You know like I ain't that out. I I don't know where to go back to the same guy. I mean the same position actually that I've been wanting to get back into therapy since I moved here from New York. My therapist is in New York. I talked her on the phone every now and then which is is totally not the same but I don't want to go through the whole rigmarole of finding a new therapist out here. That's going to be crazy because you have to catch them up right for the first thirty years. Fuck you should really I hate my the job there until the new therapist in but you should be able to listen in on it right yeah not it'd be like no. That's not how it went down the best my dealer. I didn't get my dealer a heads up that I it was quite totally true and I ran into him so I've been off seventeen eighteen months and two months ago I'm at a wedding and I run into him. He was so grumpy right was such a weird it was like do we didn't fuck. Why are you being weird right? You know like he said to my wife is like my wife's like yeah. He quit and he's like yeah. I had to hear about it from somebody else. I just thought we'd off you. I never put it in you. Why are you C._B._S.? So we now did you smoke every day when I was all day every day fucking wake and bake and right and then whatever you call all the middle ones and then waking sleep but you didn't do wait. I know you have a son Bake Son. That's three and a half yes. We didn't part of the process. He reported. Wait for him a little bit yeah well. It was my wife because that was the beginning of the end kind of and that's when I started complaining planning to my therapist but he was a year and a half almost two when I quit I'm I'm proud to say I didn't quit anything because twins I actually doubled down on with heroin and stuff like that. I started out with isis basis yeah yeah but it was just it was time it was yeah and when when my wife got pregnant and then I had to do it outside you know what I'm just standing in my backyard like Oh man kicked in over there you go smoke weed outside yeah and you just feel like such you're standing up by yourself you would travel and then we go to airports and stuff like what would you do I would. I would put the sack under my sack and really really yeah and then I'm smoking weed all weekend which you really put like how much we did. You get you a pretty prodigious sack like you'd probably get a couple of lids the U._S.. Yeah Yeah it's it's grown since we walked out here but is that is that the place to put it under the sack. Not Essays GonNa look right especially when you're fucking Sasquatch foot long balls Sarah we right now this go ahead and stretch. Check out for America real quick you ever get. I'M GONNA need a couple of people to help me stretch on my said yeah put on your gloves. We're GONNA come along and block and tackle the go ahead and get scratches. SACK lifted up. Go ahead check into that right now all right also for me but also like a lot of pot comics. I was known as a pot comic so people would get me high people would come up yeah. Show up to these with we running out right which just fucking awesome yeah but to do that I had to write jokes. I had that with wetting the bed. People can't brought my mattress get he piss on today's high road jokes at one point note jokes asking for people to bring me. We'd read right and Ravel no problem yeah you smoke the indigenous yeah back because people when I was on Sarah Silverman I had this joke where I said because guys would always come up and say eight tells Sarah that she thought I was like well. That's not going to get her to fuck you. Write what I mean like. You're like I'm going to go home and go. Sarah was in Chicago at O'hare some guys you're hot and she yeah I gotTa rush so I would say to the audience like telling me that Sarah's hot is not gonNA work after you but if you're sitting out there going I'd like to get high when the dude that's been on T._v.. A bunch like an empty parking lot next to a dumpster like that's an achievable goal right. That's something we can do. You know what you mean like aim low we can make that shit happened the night where do you stand on the dude that rolls the joint and then does the full mouth lick dip move where he just does the deep throat like does that and then handed to you like what I've never been a fan but not a fan of that yeah. I'm not into that Shit. I don't like that. I don't like the weird like I don't know if I listen. Someone's got their mouth or they doing it with. I don't know what they're fucking. Movers Joy. What kind of action yeah like? I don't know if they're to shrink the paper tighten it up or whatever it is also. I think what they're basically saying is. I don't WanNA share Louis C.. You like this. We had a little bit at all right all right from under my balls. I'm not GONNA do. I'll tell you what once you get. The news queued up. There's always the the novelty Jack Never never discount the novel Jack Ryan Dude this don't discount that'd be open to the novelty. Would you please Sir thank you yeah. I knew this you watch the China porn the China China the wrestler right now China born. Oh where's the Hulk Hogan Porn. No I didn't I don't I don't Wanna I feel like is ball's or be to Tan in two hairless for me and they have nicely trimmed beard right yeah the BANDANNA right. I'm going to drop some Hulkamania run wild another fuck. Yeah I wanna see porn where the chickens famous not the dude is famous like I don't know your beard and the China one she china she was on too much testosterone so she had cla Torah Meghalaya. Have you tried the Mangla anytime guarded bottomless Torah really it's really it's like it's the name of some art good. It's like the real name pronouncing comes from the C.. You noticed a man of war but it's really the Latorre Magli like here's thing about the Clinton if I can see it. It's stupid. Eh actually it says that in small print on it right right I can see from across the room. It's too big wing Sammy wearing a t shirt that said I used to be a did right right yeah. Yeah I'm with stupid. It's pointing to the Vagina Yeah I don't. I'm not interested in the novelty porn but I will. I will open my to interest. I Yeah I know but you know maybe honey boo boo does something in a few years I'll watch well say is that I was dating and by that. I mean sleeping with this guy. Who had this count this years ago countdown clock for when the Olson's we're going to be eighteen uh-huh because then they'd sleep with him right but it's kind of the opposite of with honey boo boo right except for you who are interesting deficit clock and how many people die from cigarettes every year or is it just the Olsen listen to us? That's pretty much. All I cared about it was actually I had clocked he owned he didn't have an alarm clock. I like when guys it's the same thing he said about Sarah Silverman with the fat guy at O'hare like I liked the thing as soon is the Olsen twins turn eighteen tag team both of Yeah Yeah. That's the only thing hold me back from fucking. Them is their age right right. I'm sure the hot multi-millionaire chicks are GonNa Fuck Your Haggar Dick soon as that'll be how they bring in their eighteenth birthday. Hey you're gonNA come to the Home Depot. You work at eighteen eighteen. Where is he here? Oh I see it on your smart that yourself and have a clock doc. If you work at the Home Depot and you do your name up on your smart keep it simple I don't WanNa see all the fuck and stars and the old English lettering and all I don't WanNa see you putting like eighty man hours into your name on your smock. That's just means bigger loser to me. I WanNa fuck it and read it. You ever see that yeah. It's like on jeopardy right when they write their name. Yeah and some people just do like chicken scratch and others you can tell they've been training for this for years but at least these people have a college education. They're not getting nine nine bucks an hour. I always want to do that. I always want to go to the McDonalds who proudly employees seniors and by the way you act like you're helping seniors. This is not I just WanNa go in there. Find the seventy four year old guy who's bussing the trays raise and go what happened what happened. Please tell me what happened. And how can I void this like. I just wanted to go to the Home Depot. I'll nine and call the plumbing guy over and it's like old man. Walter comes over there and he's eighty one and I go what are what are they paying. You overhear eight dollars and seventy one cents at what happened. Please tell me what happened. How do I avoid this tragic tale? I brought my kids with me by the way this'll be the white version of scared straight like you fuck and take your smock Shmakov. Pop your eyeball out yell at my kids. Give me your shoes like this should be white. Khuda Orange County white scared straight. Is You just bring your kids to all those places that employ the elderly for under ten dollars an hour to go go ahead while I'll tell them what happened. Tell what happened. Tell all about you. Whatever tell my friend's dad in Orange County in his seventies he was retired? I don't know what something like a lawyer. I think side to work at T._J.. maxx the homestore. Oh really why why would any. I don't understand getting that kind of job just for recreation no by the way they go. Hey keeps me young and I'm always like have you. Have you looked in the mirror right as you look young. How old are we talking? If you didn't do that keeps me Ulta side if you're young you're having trouble walking so watching the new scared straight. Have you guys checked out. I'm in love with all the fuck can prison maximum lockdown first day and the joint all the good stuff. Oh man they're fucking. They've stepped it up. Those prison shows oh chicks in there now. The new one's going easy on the kids a little bit like they were tougher tougher on them a long time ago. Now that's just because you were young. Maybe and maybe it was young and impressionable on the wrong side of the tracks who's about blue flame special real blue flame special. No they've upped the ante now. There's like yeah they they actually raped the kids ah trying using nothing but kitty litter. They were just worn them. Don't come to J. Sure Story. Yeah you might get raped. You're getting yeah and they do a lot. I'm going to be waiting for you. I'm I'm GONNA be weighed. Oh it's GonNa be good day when you come back to like. Oh who's the joke God. You're going to be here. You know fourteen back for another five years. You're going to be here doing laundry for that's going to be shitty. I'll be back crimes. James Lead them to be dry raped with kitty litter. Well you have to be you have to be a youth. That's getting into trouble because if they just pulled the honor roll students in there that guy scream at them with their eyeball went missing that would be you know unfair probably away reminding reading contests. I was watching one where the mom worked as a prison guard and the kid came in. Did you see it. Let's just see that one. I know we're all thinking Jews. Find understood stood stereotype right okay I said it but yeah. The MOM was working as a security guard brought our own daughter and our own son to get fucking screamed at by these guys it's great then they make them eat the shit that they have to eat choking down the you know shit on a shingle the tuna surprise and they're crying and then once they start crying. They're getting their face and they start getting them to cry more yeah. I'm going to have to start watching yeah. It's great. I wonder if they carry it back into the cell though when they're on the wreck yard guys like hey man. Can you give me the utility ball you WanNa your. Hey listen calm down John with just you know we're out of it now. You're still in character realize don't bring the role home with you. You know what I'm saying. I'm not one of the kids I killed three people in nineteen seventy seventy eight okay. Let's not make it for all right. Let me hit <hes> truecar. Every car has stories had he put a price on that story. Well you do it with truecar. 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They have a trilogy of episodes which are considered the pinnacle of the shows hilarity <hes> there's other shows equal to them but not funnier however without batting Brian's justice funny if not funnier he says the craziest stuff and he'll he'll he'll look at tags atoms jokes no always put on the most outrageous thing that could possibly put in there and offer shock value just 'cause it's the funniest he's he's got a brilliant comedic mind hilarious clip your job huge metalhead Tim and this next clip also listener quest this is on instagram request from Christine's photo journal and she writes hi. There love the show today <hes> she's talking about this week. I G miles bigger dynamic duo read that. I want to phrase US too much. I feel weird about that anytime. Someone calls you a dynamic duo. You're forced to rewrite. Christine also says we're dynamic duo Christine yeah thank you so this week Gino was talking about how she knew the voice of Chester Cheetah and a reminder of show many years ago when Adam had the singer Billy Vera on and I don't want to step on a billy reminded atom of particular voice and Adam wasn't far off at all not at all very weird moment admiral show twenty seventy six billy vera second appearance. This is may of two thousand seventeen Dave Damasec was also in this episode is on this clip <hes> Gina Grad and Brian Bishop <hes> Adam randomly asks <hes> billy question about doing some via work turns out he steps into something that he should have known but didn't know very bizarre and interesting. <hes> request ended up Christine. Can you say A._M.. P._M. A._M.. Too much good stuff to like. You sound like that Guy Yeah. Let me see if I can sound like him A._M. P._M.. Too much good fuck and stuff that you yeah maybe I'll it's not written down anywhere. I thought you were just goofing. 'cause you knew I got a good ear. I have a weird ear in that. I don't like amd P._M.. And I don't watch too many commercials then you're you're talking in your regular voice Jason. I have would know would never in a million years that you were doing voiceover for A._M.. P._M.. As well th year with them Jesus Christ the steady gig. How many times have you said Tonga's? I don't get that guy you I never have to refer to you. Don't have to give the outfit. You know the guy man when you're at the next video meeting. Can you tell them that the togas ideas fucking retard and they should knock it off a lot of people have told him that okay especially when it takes a turn earn for the sexual from Tung the secret of my dad's since he was an announcer I asked him you know when I started doing that. I said you got any advice. He said yeah show up early. Work quickly have no opinions and don't give anybody any crap. I like that symbolize especially from a guy used to train people and be twenty fours. That's a guys all business. I love it is there is a thing where you can tell military. Guys are ex. I military guys from your average snow. snowflake pushed that just sort of floating through life they live in a world of not like you can't go is a landing gear down. I feel like the landing gear should should be down to ask me in another tone. There's certain places that don't even have landing gear fixed landing gear. What about them yeah? What's with your yeah you so short so Kurt how about please and thank you because it's just what it is yeah those guys that's that's their version of life which is reality and you know in his day at N._B._C.? You know there was no tape so all his gig were lied. They'd put a pilot scripts in front of him and then he'd. You'd have to read them to the moment to the exact amount of time. He was the kind of guy if I said Hey pop what time is it he'd say oh it's about thirteen and a half after right and he'd take me to down to thirty rock in those days sometimes and they had this big dark room with all leather upholstery and all these big tall guys with these burt voices over God you know and they they talk about the same things that normal men talk about you know but then those voices will jack. How about those Yankees Ricky's you last night well bill? I was like that dude. Do all you know it's weird this weird. I've interviewed but you before and I've never talked about this A._M.. P._M.. 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COUNSELING DOT COM Slash Corolla and help your team take charge the mental health so important these days Adam Corolla show listeners get ten percent off the first month at TEEN COUNSELOR TEEN EIGHTEEN COUNSELING DOT COM. That's team counseling dot com slash Corolla. I remember back Billy Vera on the Corolla. Thank you Christine requesting that has a crazy ear and and he was able to pick something up and he landed perfectly on John Billy Vera being the voice of ambient a commercial that we'd LE- Adam was talking about for weeks prior to Billy Vera coming on so just some weird and just in particular yeah so which he's still talking about this actually back to back so yeah just weird coincidence great magnitude stuff now before we get to the next clip. I want to remind everybody that Ed. You're hearing this tonight. Adam is doing a live unprepared show at the Rose in Pasadena and tomorrow at the Canyon in Agoura Hills posters or with Adam Ray and we're on the street is Tommy. Lee is going to be at the Agora Hills show. They'll be in the audience but if you just want to be in the same room as the got you brings us Ferrari Adam driving again okay there you go so calm. Conceive that happens. That's <hes> Tonight Pasadena or tomorrow Agora Hills all right. I'm really excited for this next clip one of my biggest as crushes so cute and rarest yeah be kidding and affairs. Are you involved Brian. Yeah that's true Bob Ryan to Anna Fairs came on to came in studio two thousand sixteen and humans wonderful time. This was her then new podcast N._F._l.. Nurses Unqualified Adam was the guest on the fifteenth episode. I do believe and they're really good chemistry. They brought over the Kurla show adding some men greer. All around around great episode is actually was that multiple times most recently by a fan privately via direct message to me anchor show seventeen seventy seven featuring N._F._l.. Gina Grand Brian Bishop. It's march of two thousand sixteen. The people requesting didn't really specify defy a moment they love. They just love the episode. They love how fun Anna's throughout so I selected a portion deepened the episode when the angry has been flow and this is what they're speaking of the third color Michael He's got a nice comment for Anna and he brings up the movie the hateful eight and the use of nails which Adam loves and flows with perfectly and that transitions to another chunk of the episode something like this Michael Thirty two adam going on Michigan Rhianna to highlight your performance in what's my number. Thanks thanks thank you nope it. That will thank you kind of along the lines. We're talking about with Chris Pratt like <hes> mainly Western things <hes> and I was wondering if you when you're watching the hateful eight if you noticed like the actors when Goto pounding nails into the door to keep it shut the noticed how daintily they did that. Well everybody a lot of hits. It's funny. Everybody holds well. They didn't have vinyl coated sinkers back then those were probably eight or sixteen penny common head sure but they didn't they didn't go in so so nice back then embittering shank. I don't know I did read that. Most of the reviews Um Yeah I saw the review to where I can't remember to San Francisco Chronicle or something they're saying they should have used a waffle headed framing like maybe von with a hatchet handle or something they may be twenty two hundred twenty three ounce so they're using essentially smooth and finish hammer complaint to the point that is like a shame yeah. It's among people most people when you hand them. A hammer choke way up on hold ah near the head in hammer that way which loses torque all leverage all the leverage of the hammer you really supposed to slide to the back of it. Get a little the hammerhead going right what bothers me is when actors teeth to light for the era especially yes I probably should whiten my teeth or good just way too damn straight in your little distracting the out of the element I'm also an A.. <hes> minus before braces obviously and the guy plays a blacksmith whose daddy was taken in the last storm and it's like perfect white teeth and straight across. I'm with you so Michael I enjoyed the movie didn't pull me out of it and I try to let my own forms of bias and expertise influence period piece I I will attempt to do my lazy ass research. The laziest research one can do I I do like it when they people have time appropriate teeth and I think Jennifer Jason Leigh definitely nailed hit that one out in the crazy time sensitive appropriate teeth shirt she shared kind of teeth your person your character would have all right <hes>. Let's see again. The podcast on a Ferris is unqualified is really fun. It's intimate. I don't know that you could get the same result if it wasn't an honest house in her living room with a bunch of deer heads weird hovering above your shoulder and having a little Vino and enjoying that environment well thanks. I have to urinate okay. I want to ask you when I get back from that process. How you think I can attract more male male listeners because we have a nice man listeners? A lot of them are women. Though how do we get more of the men I think I can tie this into your urination. Okay okay all right you head toward the Ladies Room uh-huh fire up the Nanny Cam. We're going to go viral. It's GonNa take an extra two minutes sure you use the ladies room and there's two lights which is make sure that both on and don't mind the one that's on the floor that plug that one in mechanics. Don't Talk Shit about me. No I mean it's we won't talk to you on your number. One Garin fire up thank you think she's you gotta get a refill their all right and she delights. She's amazing. Isn't it nice when people are as they seem are as they come across. Can you be best friends with them. Hunger do that yeah. I'm going to work on that. I really really had a good. I really had a great time over at their house and now I'm having a better time even here so <hes> we'll do the news <hes> up tell you what why don't I got. The news fired right up there right. You know what I think what we're going to have to do now because there's no speaking on campus. That doesn't get demonstrated shouted down whatever's going on. You can't go uh-huh campus or even to a town sometimes speak depending on what your topic is or what baggage you have. I think we're going to have to go to some and then there's a whole bunch of people that if you go to the campus and speak then they have to go to a safe place so because your your your words are now they're post traumatic stress disorder because you came in and started talking about lowering taxes and you know what that'll do to a young young side understanding. We're going to need a thing that they have when they really take a tour of a museum Z and you put that earpiece in everybody who wants to hear what the person has to say is going to have to clip this thing on their belt and put an earpiece in the person so they don't get shouted down as going to have to stand in this sort of pope mobile asked cone of silence in the middle of the thing and then you freaking out and screaming black lives matters doesn't matter because the person will get to speak and the other person will get to hear you. We'll never be able to pull this off again. I've got a better idea what if we put in earbud thing whatever to every every you know rally goer and the only get to hear what they want to hear Oh better you can pre-programme the issue going Mike and if you're white you're talking about building a wall Hispanic. You hear about reaching out brothers Dream Act. Just ooh smart art thank you that is smark well. I'll be president like today loves him his first hunters out of rural rating that's right. Don't feel like I'm speaking you. Do what you WANNA. Uh here run them leave. I don't know what he goes saying there. I'll be like a podcast and every living room and homemade stuff sausage in every citizen will leave north. They'll be building bars. You'll be stuffing sausages and we are husband doing thriller and he goes on his hunting trip. He'll return to two a well rested woman accepting of him and when your son two and a half year old Jack comes I got a son. His name is Jack. He's two and a half we were. We're making venison sausage. He looked at me and he said Papa you know my favorite movie was said what they said the house buddy choice for two year old. I said I have it on BLU ray. We sat and we watched it. No not once not twice with three winning hands. We're tired from stumbling the sausage and ordering pizza toppings. You like the best crowd chanting U._S._A.. On Marie believe there should be a right to to to cut in venom auto tune microphone. Does that going to be on. I hail from the Seattle Seattle area. There's a very proud tradition of honesty and neighborhoods people. My parents were my mom was a father as a sociologist brothers associated dream becoming an actor. I wanted to become an actor after seeing scary movie. One through seven spot aired to five oh one there hasn't been a six and seven so in our sorry. Let me tell us Mike. I was in London four vote. I don't know very well. Meanwhile did you see the seventy eight year old dude punch the protesters protesters. He was walking up the stairs. This supporters name is John McGraw. He attended the Donald Trump's rally in a in North Carolina. He was arrested in charge Thursday. After multiple videos posted online appears to show him punching a protester in the face and later saying quote the next time we see him. We might have to kill him. Trump said on seventy seventy eight. I think when you're after seventy five you can punch people okay you can grab a booby awhile and you can go go to the supermarket and whatever you slept in. Oh give you a pass all right my my attitude is teamed up. This is not going to back my older. I'm sorry for you wonderful so here's the clip if you haven't seen it just so you can get a visual leather vast the hat advocacy swing the oboe perform shiver. Wow No oh Jeez. He had the one guy in there with dreads sending it to send us is back so far who would be so far ahead if it wasn't for this guy now bring that up in the next class pancake breakfast on this John <music> all right. 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On this very show all right this next request is a email requests from dom. He writes. Hey guys there's a range from around five years ago. Where Adam goes on about a bumper sticker that said follow me to the X. Children's library? I would kill to hear it again best dumb dumbs and look at 'em cruel show fourteen eighty-three roughly four and a half years ago so he's pretty close <hes> featuring Harlem Williams deaf frat Guy Gina Grand Brian Bishop this from the portion of the show without it either guests. This is Gina Grad and Brian Bishop. Adam brings up a bumper sticker we saw <hes> that said follow me to the city of Santa Clara to the Children's library and he rips about actually doing that and how he would be arrested all right saw this one and seen this one in a long time was driving through Glendale lock and Yada area came across a big Van and on the van at said follow me to the city of Santa Clara to the Children's library and I thought to myself what if I actually did that I fucking FBI arrested first off Santa Clara's a good sixty miles away from where we are right now Clarita Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara three hundred San Francisco Right. I think it said Santa's at Santa Doc. I didn't say Santa Clara I think Santa Clara Net seatbelt and that's a long way to to follow a van some children's library Chris Hansen at some point with slide in behind you right. What if we did just what am I just followed you either Santa Clarita or Santa Clara and I just I just bumped drafted you all the way there and then we got out? I was like where the kids got some pop up books what's up. The van said to fall yeah but I didn't know I just got on the freeway. I'm supposed to be at work but anyway here we are. Let's get let's get this over with reading. Is it circle time or what do we do we map. I have chocolate now occur. What are we seeing a long time? Is that later. He got the flex point. He's got the accordion flex point in it miniature Straw yeah I got a juice box here. Get treats for the kids always punch the caprice of the bottom never on the top yeah bottom yeah so where I was instructed by Van to follow you now here I am what are we going to do. That was like a marketing thing back in the day right me too but I would say for the children's library maybe not so much because because the adults could physically do it because they're behind the wheel automobile that the kids that are riding the trikes the bikes the chopper ruse and the wheels Schwinn the Huffy they couldn't get to Santa Clarita or Santa Clara. There's probably people out there who think that that's not a violation of their <hes> their stay away from the children's luck because you asked me to follow you Paul <hes> Yeah Ou go tell it to Megan. I was GONNA if you're if you're a last year and you're having trouble getting to kids find more of those vans as they told me specifically instructed the follow you hot tip child molesters. You gotTa Find That van now Gary I literally I was on the freeway anyway. I blew past the guy and then did the move and if you guys done this move where you go you blow pass somebody on the fair. It's just like you drive. That's how I drive. I'm perpetually if there's no traffic. I'm going seventy five or eighty the whole time I got the radar detector going I blew past the van and I went holy Shit. What did say follow me and we have another follow me the library but I think it was? Maybe it said Santa Clarita but I think it's at Santa Clara this guy I was on a run cannonball run. You can follow me so I did the move where I passed the van and I went you know what I gotta read what it said on the back of that van again and so I started intentionally driving slow freak him out but then there's that move where they seem to have slowed down till and now you look down at your speedo and you're going forty nine and you're like come on dude. I'm not I'm you should know what I'm up to flow. You know I'm just driving slowly. Why are you not chance mail all your vein of why can you not pass me ever? If you ever done that thing where you wanted to go who's in that car or what's on that bumpers. Nick our whatever it is and you go. I'm just going to start coasting for awhile and cap is never closed like. Why are they keeping this? It's fucking buffer zone here. We're just trying to follow the van to get to the kids sheltering tired about them doing exactly what you've asked me to do three hundred miles out of your way Matt Forty two Wisconsin yes hello spokesman. It's going on Matt. I'm looking for a psychic reading all right I can do that. I'm trying to give off the violence even vibes. I'd take virgin all right <hes> yeah. I've somebody in your life with a w somebody something with a w how they work male or female male or female live or dead something with a w somewhere in their name your age or are older or possibly younger younger than you. W W Walt Wilson Yeah. You'll think of it later yeah. I've got a cat named Walter well. That's my said Wall. That's that's what I was talking talking about. That's what I said. Wow I said Walt Fuzzy. You can't your cat Walter. Yeah that's well. That's what I said Walter. That's why I said W.. That's that's pushing through. That's why said Karen Walter Okay so now Walter you love Walter but there are times there are times when you get a little frustrated with that feline right my right eye Walter I mean unlock God you'd Never WanNa throw Walter into a wood chipper or anything like that but there are times there are times when Walter is a little bit when he's a little bit he'd say he it's a he right eric things up yeah he tears yeah so you tear up things and by the way he tears up things of value not just empty boxes. Oh no he toward the my leather jacket leather jazz going to say that leather jacket there's flipflops shoes and things excite at the SOFA. You have a Leather Sofa Heap Walter Walter Pause at the arm of the Leather Sofa yes he he Paul up the Sofa. He posits a cell phone. That's so that's what I'm saying and Walter Alter you know and let me tell you what Walter thanks view Walter. I'd like to kill you in your sleep. No Walter Walcott expecting I was I was digressing. Well Walter Walter likes you and he respects you but he doesn't understand when you get upset. When you get upset about the bomber jacket or the Sofa he doesn't understand because he's just sharpening his claws and when you come at him it frightens him? I see <hes> <hes> now you live with a cat. You're married. Yes no single right. That's right. That's right. That's that's what I thought that's what I thought and you love animals. Yes <hes> <hes> walters not your only animal. No No. We have other animals other cat yeah. That's what you'd let me finish. I was going to say another cat. Let him tell you okay. This cat's this other. Cat's name isn't Walter. That's right okay. That's what I was saying. got it very good who and Walter in the other cat the other cats better than Walter. Little better behaved yeah well. That's all the counts by the way he's a augier spins plates better. He does long division better but yes his short games better driving right yes yes he's better behaved than Walter and I think the the other cat whose name female share yes she. Her name starts with either an A. or B. or C.. What Else Oh Alice Eh Allison Allison? That's why I said I start with Walter and Alice and that's why I said starts with an A. and then I just paused you know paused paused Yeah Alice. Ah Can I tell you what Alice's thinking Alice wants to know why Walter gets all the attention on Walter's being the bad kitty. Oh <hes> C- <hes> and your name starts with an M. threat there okay now I see it's Matt Yeah See I was right about that one so you have to make sure with Walter and Alice that you don't give all the attention to Walter just because because he's a bad kitty that you have to reward alice at times as well because Alex is feeling neglected and Alice may start acting out just because it's a way of getting your attention Matt Okay Okay they also they also oh think they're people but they think they're people who are mildly retarded. The realistic standings can't be self esteem. They're not gonNA fly airplanes or work a forklift realistic the realistic thicken golfing. She'll look at themselves as people though okay <hes> <hes> okay gene. Is this what goes on in your cooking show with Susan. It doesn't sound unfamiliar those those women and some of the guys has been fantastic but Adams doing a pretty good job. I gotTa Tell You well. I knew of course a lot of the gift again. I don't like to take credit for it just once nine maybe this one time all right and Matt sure the right now jobs okay but you're not creatively fulfilled. There's a lot Morini than people no. I'm I am not creatively fulfilled. No that's that's GonNa Percents <hes> and then there's a party you that you show the World Party should keep very secret and let the world see. Yes say that yes you could say awesome and you got a sweet tooth. I mean you love some cheesecake but every once in a while you have some overdoing you feel a little guilty about it. She's pretty good yeah I know but after two slices prices with the raspberry sauce do feel a little bit guilty. It's like your neighbors <hes> <hes> what do you do matt. I drive a truck as going to say that drives a truck actually trying to picture. You have a eighteen wheeler right but there's more Inya there's some music in you just something that needs to come out. The has this scape enjoy music yeah yeah. There's a party of the thinks about it the party do you realize that your boss and the other truckers. They don't know how create if you are because right now driving an eighteen wheeler is not enough for you from an artistic standpoint. Yes Matt that's true. Wow okay all right man. I see good things for you great. <hes> I see a woman in your life. You have to pay but she's there is alice all right man. Thanks for calling and we have the D._F._T.. On the other lines very important I could go to work very good. Hey D. F. G. O. Avenue being New Year Eight. How's it going good speaking different Guy <hes> now we're going to do some? J._v. are all balls with you right yeah man present day. I love that how how was your New Year's. How how how are the holidays Rio? I thought really I kind of blacked out. You were drinking too much yeah and that I've got a little bit of a cold. The cold NYQUIL blacked out yeah. It can do that yeah well especially if you're drinking too yeah. Are you feeling. Are you feeling better now. I got over that Shit. It's been on New Year's Eve with this amateur hour anyway. Do we all know that right. Come on yeah not real yeah yeah these guys small the night I understand all blown out the Holland one year to go out and drink does this year round right right the idea of j Patrick a Mile Mothers Day Mothers Day Lexin Fucking Day groundhog day they won Flam to Allah six more weeks of drinking all right any other days that are amateur hour for drinkers no but to actually WANNA get groundhog day to day but they've groundhog got come out and if he should stand up focused chug a beer and then it feels imput spring or salt as well first off the holiday. I feel like there'd be a huge tune-in factor if if you could train that groundhog to funnel of Beer Yeah Shannon if he booted it'd be six more weeks of summer whatever winter whatever it was but I feel like right now. It's a little passe. People aren't tuning in like they used to. Let's we'll Hokey <hes> all right so <hes> d._F._T.. You WanNa do around we have opening here. J._v. are all balls and now presents the deaf frat Guy and J._V. or Paul Paul Rav hampered by they choke some shoe <music>. You go out and talk and have a pit shower or now all right. We don't want overproduce this show. What do we got how all right <hes> all all balls are waking up with bill cosby thrilling? You understand the concept of the game I do. Yes I played at night. It's a great guy good now. I thought it was J._V.. Earl balls by the way what they said all balls are J._v. and then there's Germany or Florida which everyone says Florida Jeremy this is this is J.. J. V. are all balls. You wake up and Bill Cosby is drilling during you know always drilling you east drilling you himself. I think that a few short months ago would have been J._v. but now it's literally all ball really well. Oh you're in the statute of limitations now. You've definitely gotta make some money. Everyone's GonNa believe you know no one. Everyone's going to believe you nobody to go there. All doubting you right right. Nobody else you get Gloria allred in there. That's a payday still America's Dad. ooh Yeah and you got to say America's Dan <hes> party. I had <hes> some punch woke up in <hes> kettle putting up with bucket thrilla mate now okay yeah. That's what I'm saying. Gloria allred tells them to say all right all right so <hes> all balls what's next. What do you think about Chris? quit these bromance with Dallas Cowboys <unk> owner Jerry Jones he was up there in the by the owners booth yeah yeah and they have to always cut away to it. After they score their last second touchdown go ahead. They have to cut away to Chris Christie. I was disappointed that he wasn't eating nachos or corn dogs doing the Chris Christie thing doing yeah. I had a big ice cream. Cone was yelling at somebody or blocking bridge or something you they just sort of jumping up and down with Jerry Jones wasn't character the media I think if if the giants or the jets for that rea for that for that just in proximity dimity if they're in the playoffs he can't be seen with Jerry Jones. That's your rival. The giants rival the jets and the giants suck this year. Look Jerry Jones invites. You don't say now true so <hes> so so be it well. I'm all right it <hes> but Gina. What do you think for the very fact that I don't like Chris Christie? I don't really like looking at him. I'M GONNA and I'm sure many of said that about me but I'm GonNa go with the J._v.. galls Branca's this J._v. all the way man. That's the rival of your constituents. You can't do that Brian. It's right and Gina Gina. Grant is correct all right so it is. It's not presidential. He's looking Jerry Jones like he's a lucky the book a hamburger hotdog when he's on a desert island jumping around <hes> all right so it's Javy yeah like a Turkey leg <hes> oh okay okay what are the best is yet do Geigo J._v.. All at what about the do there was in the news this week and coming out with a big book the Guy that has to cranks who can be through <hes> you know to <hes> to meet to whatever you want call to modern daggers me pop it whatever he's got two dogs well. He came out with the ball. I want pippa they do but what could be better than that. What is it gave you all wait a minute? He has used to what to cranks and the sack as well for sex normal. One sack Pu cranks okay crank on a dude. Wait a minute. I gotTA Google next. The only Palmer bounty is next week so the not on top of each other because obviously on if they want top pizza you have two free thumb hold on a second the two cranks are are are they stacked or tandem like would be on top of each other and Tannen be right and left that expert one on pop. Maybe maybe the top one nine ten inches the bond one wow seven eight nine small right so a little thicker. The Guy wrote a book Yeah Yeah it's <hes> I haven't read it yet because obviously Amazon.com obvious as sold out yeah so. Is that guy now. I knew a girl once I was never with her but I knew her friend's girlfriend had two genes how a tandem or stacked no they were. It was all in the same garage but it was like two cars ars in some one garage and I sorta porno cars. One girl is like a bowling ball down there. I sort of Said Yeah I said <hes> how's that work and it's like well. We use one port furlough while then we get a little tired and we use the other one yeah he took it as he had no reason to lie. It's a weird girlfriend. I'm blast like that yeah. It's a weird thing to put out there and no she admitted it is well. She corroborated wow yeah so they we should put these two together with the two Roller Skates and the two keys all right. I think it's I think it's all balls literally. I don't see a downside totally agree exactly if let's with all due respect I if I had to cranks on top of you be hanging out with you. That's right yeah very good point <hes> it'd be like as as wealthy as Jerry Jones <hes> <hes> anyway but yeah it's all ball. I'm not actually I'm going to I'm. I'm trying to get the the movie rights of that book all right yeah is it just crank crank yeah. Angelina Jolie Direct skuld crank to all right. Give us one more the F. G. Okay. I'll do a quick without my <hes> me being snubbed on the eighth awards. No Oh yeah I didn't think about that what you've been up for. Decca call best friend show man okay most loyal browns now. They didn't have most loyal bro well. I you know I don't obviously I'm not going to tell you if all day I Davie wow skinny emotional. I didn't even say you can't because it wasn't even a d._F._t.. Maverick are you getting emotional sounds like a froggy. Hey what do you think of the defensive tackle the Danie don't you try and change the subject yeah. What do you think of apples? No Watch. You're getting emotional aren't thank you. I didn't know we thought you're this kind of tough frat Guy Cool Guy. We didn't know you so long rolling and you're like you know because I don't have finished. Take a potato gun all night. Yeah we did think because you're chill dude that maybe didn't have feelings like other people but it turns out you. Do you know no but so you're saying like when Blake Chamber says hurtful things you feel them not that but this did spend time with his brother Brock Rock Rock Chambas no chamber. She has a brother named Brock Chance Rock Blake Yeah but I just I'm not I'm not yet the I watch. We noted okay. We need to talk about the I watch your your connections a little bad I will I will I will say that <hes> you not being on the year end. Roundup is Javy all the way we feel. We feel bad okay. It's IT'S GONNA be held accountable. Blame Dawson having new podcast ready to roll but I can't even keel word from you talented. That was a big bag cat okay. I feel like their motions between I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Bring Your plugs here. Maybe specify yeah. Let's play this. Let him cry. It was J._v. all walls with deaf. FRAT guy took a turn for the Moreau. I'm angry. You didn't see that coming now. Normally sort of a happy drunk at pretty pretty emotional. Just don't put any bumper stickers on your car especially not instructions on how to follow somebody to where the children are all right. We can agree on that. This next clip is also listener requests before we get to it for those who don't know and just listening to this on the Atom Kroll show feet. We do a whole other episode that gets released every Sunday on the Corolla classics feet so just go to whatever you're listening to whatever podcast APP you have Corolla Classic Search for that find it subscribe. You'll get tomorrow's episode. What's on tap for tomorrow? Well <hes> eclipse from very recently from August of twenty eighteen August thirty first to be specific where Larry Miller's studio he plays around Hypothetical Road trip <hes> Evan Eh Gina Grad brings up some new drawings she may or may not have in her car which then he can't seem to forget about for the rest of the episode super cut of that episode and mysteriously <hes> her car was broken into that September within just a a couple of weeks after this story nobody's ever put those pieces together. <hes> bill dangled live from borderline where he'll hauser and Fred Schneider from B. Fifty to try out for the floaters and the drills and it goes how you expect. It's hilarious. There's also a recap of the original tryouts with lung. 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It's grab the top of the show after Amazon show and talks with them doing some periscope <hes> session with Adam listener questions he gets right into some thoughts on the shower about the song he's a jolly good fellow and repetitive lyrics and what they just might be covering up about this fellow including this. It's just a complete and utter side note. I was in the shower yesterday and I just started very rare shower. Appearance Tastes Man. I want to say I was not in that Avis in a shower chase into mine. Are penises were touching but we're not in the same shower clear to say that but we didn't discuss the other conversation thing otherwise the day I said Ed <hes> I started thinking about this song for. He's a jolly good fellow which is a weird thing to think about when you're alone in the shower but it's just how my mind works and I started thinking I started going over the lyrics for he's a jolly good. I realize it's a million right right and then at some point they slip into which nobody can deny which nobody can. We see you're saying deny way too much. Starting may not be such a jolly protesting and it's a weird song of praise because you couldn't go like Hey Brian is a great guy and I don't care what anyone says. He's great and if anyone nine person needs to be drawn in cord because you can have you can kill you if you try. You'll be dead if they tried to. It's a Li- it's like stop. Just keep the stay on the theme of him being a jolly good good jude and being a great guy but you keep hitting the part where there's a lot of there's going to be a lot of nation. We shouldn't yourself brace yourself for an onslaught of deniers deniers but nobody can use some new lyrics. I twenty five version by Adam. Corolla remix was this in the shower and I thought you know if I was being toasted in like e Old Times yes and about the fifth time they hit the nobody can denied the protest hurt it yeah I'm not. I'm not sure about this. Gilding the Lily songwriters Song Aficionados might be able to tell us. I think that that which nobody can deny is a bridge aged brings you back around to it does but they couldn't switch up the lyrics for just one of those. I'm just saying when you pay somebody a compliment like if I go hey that's a nice serb-run. That's a Nice Haircut Gina Right thank you. I don't care what anyone says. That is a lovely haircut well yeah. I thought there was a lot of naysayers when it comes to the hair department. We should not listen to the okay. Should I just say it's a nice hair. move feel terrible rebel. They just keep saying you can't deny it's nice. 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The Most DRAMATIC Interview Ever With Chris Harrison | Bachelor Party B-Side

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The Most DRAMATIC Interview Ever With Chris Harrison | Bachelor Party B-Side

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Hello, good morning. Good morning to you to you got me to do something. I never do that. I came into Los Angeles. See when they value, right? No. I live further out than that. Oh, wow. I guess it is technically a valley. But it's not the San Fernando Valley how long has your here an hour. It's ten thirty. Time. There's no such thing as prime commuting time. But I so I stay out of L A. Okay. Don't come to the city. It drives me crazy. I don't love it ever live in the city. No. Never. No, I'm not a west side guy. Not, I don't love Los Angeles. Interesting. I live out in the sticks not too far. Honestly, from the bachelor mansion, that's in Agoura hills. Not in Malibu is I like to point wrecks off its. We like to say it's Malibu Jason. Now. Jason if you crane your neck, high enough to the right you can kind of see Malibu. Yeah. I live out there. Live in the hills and I love it. I grew up in Texas. I need space, right? I don't like people. That's not true. You have to like people your job, if people person but I get enough I get enough people at work that I, I need my space. I like to know my neighbors full thank you for coming. True. Delight I just feel like there's so much talk about. There's a lot really no we're gonna begin but we'll just keep it easy. We'll talk about half since I've walked in, we've talked the rewatch, Ables podcast sports. We've talked rom com, so we have a lot of ways to go there. It's true. Let's start with Hannah should we talk about the bachelor. No, that's right. We can't what's dabble in that and then we'll go off, great perfect. You're, you're hosting just want to point out. Do you cannot host? I like it. Thank you very much. I am not good being interviewed. Well, thank you all the more for not a good patient. So you just got back from filming from production. We just wrapped up the bachelor. That's always very interesting because of the timing the bachelor, we try to give our post production time for the holidays. We wrap up around thanksgiving. We give them thanksgiving. Technically, we try to give them Christmas and new years. We don't because ABC will end up ordering fifty more hours of TV and they work overtime to the holidays anyway. But the ideas, they get the holidays off. We always premier the first Monday in January this year was January. I wasn't my and so that's why we have that break the bachelorette, you don't need that break. There's no holidays and we roll right into it in the timing is just tough, because the bachelor is ending. We need a little time for it to end. We can name our bachelorette logistically. It is brutal. And we roll right in, and we are just wrapping up the show and it's already on the air. Yeah, it's amazing. Pushed up two weeks on air this year. You did. ABC is ordering more hours. They show the show there is this insatiable appetite in the show, does so well for them the ratings are so huge it's, you know, I don't know. Maybe we'll get to some point of diminishing returns with the numbers and the revenue that they pull in. But so far, they haven't reached that in, so they, the, the reason we did that special the reunion special was they wanted to back it up. Two weeks we just couldn't be on the air. We were still in the middle of taping the show urine production that aired. So I think the middle ground was, let's create a special where we will kind of introduce Hannah but we're gonna make it more about our bachelorettes, and it worked out today was the fiftieth anniversary of the show. I really enjoyed it, it was like find to go back and you. So there were including Hannah. There were twelve fifteen bachelor there. What's it like for you? You're the constant that you're the only thing in this show that has not changed Mike, Fleiss basically since the beginning. And so what's it like to go back in the have both trista and Becca in the same house? Yeah. There's a few their sleep. Mike, obviously the. Creator of the show myself. There's a woman named Nicole woods who's now an executive producer and a Martin Hilton has been there since day one who's the president of the company as well. So there's like a handful of us that have been there, since day, one, not I'm really one in Mike in our in our same jobs. Everybody else, obviously, is checking the ranks I've heard that Martin has a real Lord to him, though. I've never met him but I knew lights on my the wizard he does not like anyone to look behind the curtain. He does not like to be seen or heard. He's smart. He makes me take all the bullets. He pushes me out to do all of this, and he gets to sit home and count his money. It's, it's really a great gig. But that special was really caught me off guard. I, I wasn't expecting to be so touched so move so emotional with the whole thing, just seeing all the girls back there, all near and dear to my heart, but they also represent something in my life, trista represented. Something very important. You know, not only for the show, but also just me personally, as my first bats read my life was changing. Right. So I always would people say what your fav-? Britt season. What are your favorite things I get what people are asking? And I, I will give them that there's, there's highlights and I know the highlights to hit but really what hits me or or moments in my life. Yes. Like, what are the inflection points that you can recall off the top of your head like trista must have been like, wow. This franchise is a success. We're doing before trista. It was really bachelor. Number two. Not Alex, Michelle show was good. But there was the summer, we actually started in the spring of two thousand and two, then the summer happen. And there was this crazy ground. Swell by the time we got to the fall, which was Aaron burgee number two. I just I didn't it was. You know, Bill Bill always does a good job of quitting everything to sports. That's all I do too. It was rookie year. I made it to the Super Bowl it'd be finals. Whatever I won the master's first time I had no frame of reference. I didn't understand right. I knew it was big. I knew my life was changing, but I couldn't comprehend how because I had no perspective on. What was happening to my life? I could just tell my life is now different, right? And I didn't technically even mean for it to happen. I just say was this wave and I was on this wave, and there was no getting off that. And then trust. It was a big part of that, too interested actually is our highest rated show from start to finish. Really? I didn't know that interesting Aaron burgee, if I if I'm remembering correctly which technically usually I am. I think we had thirty three million viewers for the finale of Aaron burgee, which is insane. Like no show gets that anymore, like game of thrones. As reported this premier was reports seven billion. I think it was actually it was seventeen. Okay. But like that to me even. Housing. It's kind of small in my opinion. Like the question that I don't think that's correct. No, no. But to your point like thirty three million number that shows, don't get to eat eight outdrew the Oscars out to the World Series. I remember Sports Illustrated doing the sign of the apocalypse was the bachelor outdrew. Yeah. World series. Trista was our biggest from start to finish the ratings were in. It was a different time back. Then clearly tells me yeah. There was an you know, survivor had been on, you know, if you want to get into the real world and all that the minutiae of, of all that, but as far as the modern day yet work, it was survivor. And then us, yeah. And that was it survivor was, was really changing television, and then we came along, and then we were the number one show, and then, you know, you're later idol came around and stuff like that. Right. And survivor and the bachelor both still here and both riding the being Probst. It is still going strong. Another valley guy. I think is we I played poker does house, a few times, really good guy. Love jeff. He does seem like a great deal. One of the most positive just good human beings. Most I will say this. This. When I think loosely of all of the of the reality hosts I like them all like all apple. I think that you also do have to be positive for it to be successful because no one wants to spend a lot of time with someone who's negative, like just today. Yeah. Or at least. So it feels like it's an Simon Callow hostess show. He was a character. It wasn't. It's not the same thing Ryan in dunk for we killed him off. Ryan was a positive force, but then yeah. The judges were always just the character. Yeah. They each have their own lands voice. Yeah. Exactly. But the hosts that you have to kind of, steer things, keep it positive incubus move in. Okay. So trista is like you're like, wow. My life has changed. And it also again I go back to my life moments I was about to have my son when I first got the job. My son was six weeks old Joshua. Who's you want to know how long the show's been on the show is no looking at colleges. It's wrapping up its junior year of high school. It's driving. And then my daughter. So we were we were pregnant with my daughter, and then she was she was born during twisters wedding. Oh, wow. So between trust is wedding and mayor. This Meredith finale is December six then, like, I don't know why we're shooting so late. But then mid December, we birth. And so we were actually my then wife was in labor the night of the final rose ceremony. Yeah, it was crazy. That's crazy. Your life really does math. But this show doesn't, you know, and the and just watching my kids. Grow up on set. Groper on the show, and there's times where my life has changed even for the bizarre parts of divorce and going through all that was certain girls. And I just talked to during speaking of the specialist talking to Emily and Ashley bear. They kind of caught the brunt of my divorce in so is very interesting to go through that. And to get their perspective and they're like, we had no idea it wasn't mazing. See Hambly on the show, because first of all, I loved her honesty, when she was just, like I feel like I'm like, she I don't think she's had failure, but she wasn't living up to the other women because they are like more entrepreneurial, but which is like hurts being hard on herself, but she also has just like grown up so much. She's the mother of four now but it was amazing to see like I loved her season. I was obsessed the Japheth one effort reasons. I don't even know why. It was amazing to see her just like, as you know, a woman who's matured as you do over time like it's just natural. But it was really cool to like just to see them all change and have them come back knowing thing for me that, you just kind of encapsulated, the whole reason why I got so emotional. I loved it so much. I, I actually went we they were all staying at the same hotel and the hotel was actually by my house. So I actually got up and went and had breakfast with them while they were getting hair and makeup and all that stuff as we said, this big buffet out and went hung out. And, and then later the day before we started shooting I walked in, and we were all for some reason, we all ended up sitting in the master closet at the mansion, which is about the size of this room. So it's huge. But still, we all ended up in the master closet, which is where I used to sleep pro tip because I never had a trailer or anything, so I would just go sleep in the closet when like on the first night for I two nights, because they're so long and they just go, so I just I'm to the point where I can't stay up anymore, and I would just go grab a pillow and I would take an hour slavery. Well, you know, while especially in the middle of it the bachelor. The bachelorette does what we call their, their mid IT 'em where midway through the night. They take about an hour to either eat we interview them and all that. So there's really nothing going on. That's when I go shut it down. And then I come back when, when everybody's saying you always can tell from that one that has happened sauced up goes a little bit. They look a little tired today. Seems like a little sweaty. It's really funny though is the moment I walked into the house in all of the, the ladies were sitting there drinking wine and just talking about life kids, women, the show, just everything. And it was just it was this beautiful moment, and I was looking around the room, and I'm like, we did this, we created this, and I love the fact that we were celebrating this. Yeah. And we celebrated the women, and we celebrated the show and all of them in all in what is meant into that. I'll I'm very proud of that special. Yeah. I really liked it. It was like just fine to revamp. Everything. And also, I just feel like the older seasons are like a time capsule of this point for sure. I mean it is it is a snapshot of what was going on, at that time in dating in the world on Paul everything. And that's why you know, I always say that the show is remained so strong because it reinvented itself every season, obviously, you know, Hannah is not the same as trista right in. And if no offense no offense. To the godmother franchise, trista. But if we had just followed trista for the last twenty years, she's now in her mid forties, with kids. And you know, like would would anybody in college care about that probably not? But with Colton with Hannah with Becca now we have this fresh group and so are older audience stays with the show, but we're also kind of the new soap opera like kids in college and kids, even in high school. Love the show, because it represents you outed represents whatever is happening now. It's funny I saying to a friend, I feel old with the season because I used to experience this show as it was like projecting myself into the bachelorette like five eight dating these guys and they all seem so young to meet many of them are very young. I have no idea how old you are. But I can only speak for my okay. I can only speak for myself. I'm much older than you. There was a time when I was, you know, one or two years older than the people show, I started when I was what twenty nine thirty years old when I started this, and some of the bachelors were right around that age. And so, I find those are typically my better friends, just because we relate to each other Saint places. In life now, Hannah really could be my daughter. Yes. She I thought that much of a stretch. I know she and like she's she's great. I thought she had a great first night. I was really impressed. I think also there was a lot of heat around her, like can she pull this off? She could best be on us when we're all scared to death after the after the final rose special. We were all worried. I mean it was it was a bit. It was a bit much. You know, I heard Nick vile talk about this and he was actually really on point of it was just a lot. And she I don't think she was fully prepared for that was about to happen. And I, but I what happened there, the disaster of what you saw af are is also what I love about her is it is ask there. It's just that's the train wreck that is her sometime. She owns it. That is her like you're not. It's also what you're gonna love about her this season. And but thankfully night, one she came in firing on all cylinders. And I'm like, okay, there's our girl, the girl, I feel like she's probably likes being pampered and like being draft. Like, that's like, yeah, you're right. I bet that helps like I think it's a pageant thing. Yeah. Of course, she loves, you know, I don't know if people know, Kerry Fatman and Gina modique who are my, my family, really they've been with me from the beginning to write and close. No, we had so Gina Gina. Who's the makeup artist on the show has been with me since nineteen ninety nine when I moved to L A, we met at another job, horse, racing network actually, and I I stole. Oh, her. So there was somebody else on season one. Then I brought Gina and because well, gene is better and then also carry Fatman same thing Kerry, I think came in for trista. I don't think he was there for the first two seasons. The bachelor. And he's, he's been there ever since. And they are two of the loves of my life. They are ridiculously talented and get what they do. But they're also just dear friends of mine. And we, we spend a lot of time together that. So what's, what's it like for you, when you're not what well in LA, or LA area versus not in LA? What does the day free and production and how many days off, do you get per week it really just depends? It depends on so many things. The bachelor the bachelorette who they are how well I'm fighting with them. How how much I'm needed on the show where can be used on the show. Right. There's a delicate balance there. And that's the interesting thing with my job say, you get Seacrest, or Berge, Ron. They have a host driven show in the host has a role that will never change, you know, Ryan's gonna do his intro Ryan will do that. You know, there's these bits that they do the was not like that. Right. It's it, it really changes from season season. And we have to be very cognizant of that, and careful of, of not overplaying my hand and being very careful of where do I fit in with, Colton. Where do I fit in with Hannah? I can speak to Hannah because Hannah and I got along, and we had this very interesting relationship and again, not to make myself on old. It really was kind of a father, daughter relationship that we had. And I was there for her emotionally more than you will have seen in, Colton. So you will see a lot more made seating, and I say that now not I've seen in having not having seen the final edits, and that's that I'm sure they're not. They're not. No. We just got home. And so I know what I have shot like even night one. We shot a lot more. There was a lot more stuff with Demi and Katie. And I there was a lot of other things I did some you just don't see him a lot of things we shoot are for sometimes there for air, and they don't work. Sometimes they just we run out of time. And we got a cram stuff in sometimes I will do things just for emotional effect, or to kind of get something moving, and it's not even we tape it, but it's not even for television. And I know it that's that's part of the I wear a lot of hats. I'm a producer on the show. You are. Yeah, yeah. I mean. I mean, I've been producing on the show for I mean, really, you know, I guess not since day one, I have to say really of here that I thought you weren't. And I'm I'm thrilled that you are now I think I'm a front you about it. I can't remember what this is sad because it means nothing to me. But I think I'm a co EP or new peon paradise and it's I don't know if McCoy pier. I don't know what it is for bachelor bachelorette. I don't know. I don't care. We do agent if you are. Well, I mean I don't know. I just don't care because it doesn't sound gonna change my life. Yes, I could put it on my resume. But I, I don't think. Flying for a job. I don't know if it's going to help me like get away, you know, waiting waiting job or bartending job. I think you'll be okay car, you want the job in paradise baby. The competition would be stiffer, you know if I. Yeah. But no. So I you know, I, I helped produce the show in it's a lot of really just rolling with the moment and being there. And that's why when you talk about how much do I work, a lot of time is spent sitting there watching and paying attention? And there are nights when I thank. Okay, I will be needed, and you're sitting there at four in the morning, and then something fizzles out or something. Just doesn't go the direction that you thought it would. And so I, I don't enter that scene. And so you just is a lot of patience and a lot of sitting around and just trying to be there at what point are, you aware that someone in the house is like the villain or light for seems like Luke p is developing as someone who has polarizing disliked? I mean it's, it's insane to say that you were having too much Saxon. Then you got a message from God in the shower. So at what point like, do you as in your role? No that person it's problematic, or likely to be like, a lightning rod. I think there's different different types of villains your fan of the show. Oh, so you get that there's the flash in the pan. Villain, share, Chad. Yeah. Someone who does something, you know that shines bright and it burns out. And it's gone. You know, maybe they were villain. But then there's those villains that kind of arc, you know, the story lines that go weeks and weeks and weeks. According Robert damn. Yeah, exactly. Or even a rated R fine race fans. Yeah. One of my favorite moments is being in the Hilton in Istanbul and him with a broken leg running around, and we lost him. It's the only guy. Well, I guess, now there's two he was the first and then Clinton. But anyway, so it. It really depends Luke is going to be somebody clearly, who's going to have an effect on the show because he has an effect on Hannah. And that's the big thing is how much does the villain affect the bachelor bachelorette, cordy Robertson gray point. You just brought up obviously, she's the woman that one. Yeah. She affected, everything share the famous water quite. Possibly possibly allegedly. Nobody knows what happened to those angry seas. But going in the water is a veteran move. That's why you go to the water 'cause no microphones, but Luke clearly is making an impression he got the first depression, rose. So he is going to make an impression on Hannah. Therefore, he's going to affect the show. He is going to be a pivotal villain, right speak. Right. And then there's other guys, it may be I think there's a some other villains. They're going to kind of rub people the wrong way. But seems like ABC always be could also be annoying. Always became always became nothing great line. Now, I'll never forget ABC always be Cam. So shout out to him that someone who again. I don't want to give away spoilers. But if there is a category for swing. You know someone who's just across dispatcher. Well, no, I just mean like someone who's going to swing from from really high after the final rose the rap now talking then coming in, you know, drop in the Nick Sabin line, he followed up, which, by the way, it was going to be hard to follow up the rap on a afar. He did it. Yeah. I mean is he good? No. But it was cute. And it was endearing in liked it. That's all that matters. But then to see his personality really come out and always be. Cam is going to be interesting. He seems like a total dark like he does not seem like he's like the cool, southern guy that she's in tail which I think is fine. Well, we'll see. It's gonna be it's gonna be interesting to see what people think of him. How do you feel about injury? You're saying five guys on f are do you like that? I'm torn okay. I'm a little bit torn. I get it one it fills television and a good way is that's also what we're trying to do is fill some compelling television on a afar. And I like it in that way, it tease things up. I don't I don't know in the grand scheme of things if it really matters, as far as the bachelor, bachelorette goes, right? Once we get to the season. I feel like it's a big reset, I don't think those people particularly have a leg up for more than five minutes. Yeah, yes. When Luke came in when Cam came in when those guys came in. She was like, hey, you know, she knew their name, but after five ten minutes in the house of one on one it all that's out the window, right? It doesn't matter. Yes, she just she has Dr to everyone. So I guess someone different. I, I like it for television sake is a good. I think it's a good scene to do for the af are I think, after awhile, again, you're gonna have to make it fresh and get away from it because it's been done before roll out the mansion and we do the whole thing. So. It's not like what I love is. It's a bit of a surprise. And it's still he was still a bit of a surprise for Hannah. So when it's not a surprise, I think you're gonna have to change it up. Did it leans like it like just hand like that? I don't know. That's a great question. I don't know. It's beco- dead. Also seemed like for backups should do is coming off, such a lull. I mean I will never get over that finale with. I mean it was just like with Oreo. Yeah, it was riveting television. It was incredible toys. And also, the split screen was just ingenious like it was amazing kudos to rob mills and Mike, Fleiss rob mills who's our job, ABC runs, unscripted, decide cast, yes. He's I know he does more interviews than I do. Knows own podcast to your show. I'm not joking. First of all, I don't have a podcast, rob mills at the network has a podcast. I love rob. We couldn't have a better champion of the show. He is a true fan, and that's what it takes someone who loves the show is much as we do making it as much as anybody. That's what you need. And he is a champion and I love him for that. And, and if you know, rob, he's just awesome. He has in his van Halen shirt, zero Fs given. That's rob. I think that he was responsible for air supply on the F one hundred percent just like any time you see a ban in, you are if you're under the age of thirty and you're like, who is that? That's rob mills. Yes. Night ranger Richard Marx. Yeah. Exactly. We we but I'm a child of the seventies and eighties big fan of the eighties. You know, you get me going on John Hughes, all those movies and all the, the music. I'm all in. And so I love it, Robin. I are geeks when it comes to that stuff. Yeah. And Mike and Mike. Fleiss, the creator of the show. And so you. They I love the little the little nuggets, at least rigs, we throw in for everybody. Yeah. Totally. I want to ask you more about Mike Fleiss, I noticed he was traveling this season. I think more than usual. But first, let's talk about today sponsors. Harrison. But I what if there was a place where wanting it all meant getting it to new Cape lines. Martin cocktails are swooping in to transport you to a seriously delicious paradise. They come at you with all the flavor you want and nothing. You don't and Margarita, heart strawberry, lemonade and blackberry. Mo- hito varieties, plus, there may have just six simple ingredients and nothing artificial. 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The all star cast includes Academy Award nominee, Damian, this, and Rosalyn Sanchez grant hotel premieres Monday, June seventeenth on ABC now back to Chris. All right. Let's talk about this season. I noticed first of all, that Hannah an one lucky I or having a one on one date with the Boston. Celtics, Terry Rozier, Anna believe Jalen Brown. Yes. We president for that. I was not. I was pissed because again, this is my life. We went to Rhode Island where Newport, Rhode Island, are I travel. Well. Lucie. See when he was Saturday night, Friday and Saturday Friday night against we were taping the special. Yeah. Especially the women out here for Thursday and Friday I had to stay tape that then me can Fuchs the director Gina care. We all got on a Red Eye in flew in and got there just in time shop. So he was a crazy Bammer. Well, I yeah. So anyway, I miss the I know all the dates this year. I mean, the Celtics are one of the most storied franchise in sport. Although I have a bone to pick. Well, first of all, I'm not a northeast guy. So I really don't care that much. I'll be honest. I'm a Texas guy so Mavs fan. Yeah. On luca. Man, I know right to be. And so I love love love obviously, Mark Cuban anything Dallas, Dallas guy born and raised. And so, I would have loved it. If we have brought in like Larry Bird, Kevin McHale or something, like that, you know, bringing an old school legend, sure. I think Jaylen Brown will have it really good future, though. So maybe you'll be looking back. So maybe like ten years. That was awesome and scary Terry. Now that's the way musical acts. Are you look back and you're like, oh, Dan and I know they were there really big now. Yeah. I mean, also the thing is I give you guys a lot of heat for the weird private concert, which I would never want it because I love the private counsel by. I, I is I just I just think they're stunningly romantic. Yes. You're very romantic partner person. Yeah. I told you my favorite movies around com-, people make fun of me. You were saying Notting house on your face. Notting hill is one of my favorite movies ever. Pretty woman. Yeah. So you're Julia Roberts person you know. You're right. But do you like my best friends, wedding, of course, to sing along? Itself ever. And I'm also Kusak fan, so Grosse Pointe blank, one of my favorite movies. Yeah. I mean I also love that kind of big radio plot I happen to love radio. I mean give me into almost famous which I think is also wrong com. Oh, interesting lady Goodman. Yeah. Hi, fidelity. Oh, that's a great one to have you ever had the book, the book is excellent tale. It is. It's a gr-. Thank you for saying that Nick Gordon, be also to go on this, tangent fever pitch. Yes. I actually have not seen that movie. I could never bring myself to do it. But original so the, the American version is terrible has to do again with Boston. Red Sox and all that stuff. And they just destroyed. The original is a strong about arsenal. Yeah. Oh, and you're an arsenal fan. I'm a diehard arsenal fan it actually Colin Firth. Yes. He's in fever pitch. Go, go look up. She originally. It's good. It's not great. But it's good. I mean, I love an English TV show movie and Nick, I'm a big Nagorny fan. The reason I brought the Celtics though, is because I don't remember Mike, Fleiss tweeting out photos from dates while they're in production. And in the past that a conscious effort to build up Hannah. No, it's a conscious effort, I think, to build up his followers in Twitter. Really do. There's no in game for us. It doesn't help us to reveal anything. But when you write the checks, you get to do what you want, Sarah does he has. He always traveled with the shell like this. I heard us live in Hawaii, he's on and off in and out of LA in Hawaii. The has been good to him, but Cooper is an incredible place. It's one of my favorite places is truly amazing. And it's great. I mean, I hope you've been recently because if you want to do anything after nine pm you literally can't. I know there's nothing home. Enjoy yourself on the podcast. Really at night, talked about the fact that we are nine years old, we go to bed. Yes. So I love places that when it's ten o'clock in lights are out, I'm. Sunrise. But yeah, Mike, Mike dabbles with the show, sometimes he travels, sometimes he doesn't midst depends on what's going on, really the heart and soul of the show right now is Bennett and Louis. Yeah. Are executive producers again another guy behind the scenes? There's so many people behind the scenes that don't get the do that the should you know, Bennett Louis Todd. Nicole woods, these people that make the show really work day to day timer campus. Peter Geist, Peter Geiss another good one. Yeah. Really? Just overcome his sister is in my bunk. And another I think is a co executive Bruce on the show I now get mixed up with the titles. We move people's titles around, you know, instead of paying people we give title works. It was, hey PG PGA be mad, if that's the case, we're the same as every business. Believe me. So, like, Mike, Fleiss. Let's talk about when you had to call him to tell him that. Colton had gone AWOL walk me through that phone call. What was that, like, so you're talking to on the phone, correct? Yes. Yeah. I was calling Mike who knows you a two. You iphones in that moment. I did. There was a lot. I did I two conversations going on because we had to, I think rob mills may have been on the phone on with the other one trying to. So what what happened was to back up jumps the fence. I thought there was a security guard on the other side because there was security out there when I arrived at night, but we'd already cleared. Everybody was so late. We're in the middle of nowhere. So did matter Portugal by beautiful love. Yeah we've been there several times. Yeah. I'm going to fight you on that. That's that'll be another tangent. But see you arrive late. We, we, we get there and I in jumped the fence and I what are you doing at the moment? He jumped the fence. I was chasing him. I was noble like before when before like, are you watching? Yes. Okay. So, okay. So we so we're at a hotel what we do is, we take a room like this. We take to hotel rooms, we make that a our production room. So it's the control room. So the directors in their Bennett. Several of the other producers are in there and we're just watching, and we're sitting there for hours and hours and hours. And so I was there is it boring? Or is it fun both? Okay. A lot of times it stunningly boring because a lot of times you just it's stuff. You knows it's never gonna see the light of day isn't work environment where you're allowed to drink on the clock. Oh, god. No. Because I couldn't I really couldn't because I would just drink tea sure it because if you drink, and then you're up because you know that, that defense jump took place. I don't even remember what time was. Was in the middle of the night. Yeah. And then we went because of what happened went for our. So I, I remember leaving there like at three in the morning. So that's just a typical night. So God, if you're a drinking's, be dead and so chased. Colton can't find him. Really realize we weren't gonna find him we decide to scatter the cars and five different directions is a lot of forks in the road and were these far this little farm town. And we realize I'm sitting here with Alon was on the show, and Bennett the two executive producers over there at the time, and we kind of put our heads together. And what are we gonna do, right? We actually have to find this guy. Now show a side, we have to find this human being. Yeah, because we're kind of responsible for him. He has no phone. No, while right? No money. And so we call Mike. And so you know what do you wanna do? This is what's happened. It's been about twenty minutes. We've lost him. He's like, give it another five, you know, send the cars out because it done the right thing. He's like that you're going to need to call the cops right? Because you're going to have to find his gun on my God. And I'm thinking, oh, man. This is not good. 'cause it's one thing to have those moments where say you're in the United States, and you really have control of the situation when you call the cops or something like that you can speak to him. You're familiar with, like the law enforcement infrasonic the foreign country like things can get lost in the interpretation. We like so they could become a thing. You don't want to become an international incident in. That's what it could have become and luckily, Colton got scared. He was hiding in a ditch actually shot a funny, stand up. It was never seen. I need to put up on social media where I went to the ditch where he was hiding. And then he said he heard a big animal. Oh my God. He got scared and he just hiding in a ditch. Yeah. Like, so it was this road that was about as wide as this table, very one lane road. And then he heard a car. So we decided to jump in a drainage ditch and hide from the car, and then he heard an animal I, maybe in the ditch. And so he jumped out of the ditch on my that is when one of our cars went by, and they saw him, and then they actually insane. I didn't have the part and we got onto walkie talkie. And you know, Bennett in along. John had walkie talkies. And they're like, we found him and get over here. And so we can we can, we run there where are you in? We're like trying to describe where we are trying to describe where you all are the middle into cloud. You don't know where you are, if they said were whatever like we wouldn't have known right? So they and we're like, oh my God. He's over a mile away. She's S Japan smart. So he I mean he hall we got a car took us a few minutes to drive. The guy could move this kind of all, it sounds like perhaps, he could have been like the military, if he's like stop dropping enrolling. Ditch it's scared of Spanish. Yeah. That's not good. That is like the least surprising thing I've ever heard about called in. That's how shrieked might does is a street. Oh my God. That's so funny. I really liked them when you caught up with him. You wrote a brother, you were graph, it was hilarious. But then I just loved that you immediately try to steer him toward Teixeira and Hannah, you're like, well you still have to other Greek or us. So here's the thing. First of all company man, I love first of all. I'm in pretty good shape. I was running a lot. He was cold that night. And for some reason, I don't know why the driver again, lost in translation stopped a good quarter mile away from where Colton was, so I get on the car, and I start walking while he's walking really fast. And he says, is along like dude, you gotta go like crap. So I started running again and another job in my in my dress shoes. And I get up there and on my trying to talk it. It's cold enough, like just winded on my guest and. At that point, I loved that at that point, I have to say it went tough love because my sense of humor was kinda gone. Middle of the night rank to cut saying are cast actually I was a little sarcastic. 'cause I was kinda done like there are kind disrespectful when he did, right? Like, well, there's times when in, I don't know, if this is going to sound sexist, but there's times when you need to man, you can curse revert cursing, dissect them honestly, but it's so there's there's times and I just it that was that time of like, but I didn't understand the situation which goes to your other point when I was steering him towards Hannah tesa. I didn't understand the level of his love of cast. This is where we were all a little off kilter. And this is why the season was a little wonky at the end because we were under the impression that he really liked Hannah G, and that she was number one in the Cassie was close interesting. But he led us to believe that was the case is that because of their insane. Actual chemistry. Like I doubt I, he wanted to mislead us in that way. I don't maybe to protect chassis to predict his relationship was intentional that he was trying to throw it like a red herring or like no one hundred percent. He was trying to mislead us in a way it's Colton. He also hit into drainage. He also ran away. I don't know. That's bass eating. I never that's just like I don't understand that train of thought. This is too young. Man. I think doing his thing and maybe it's show before it's a crazy situation in his defense. It's a crazy situation. Everything's out of your control. And I think sometimes you feel like this is something I'm gonna control. Right. They all all of them do this. They glommed onto interesting things. You know of what they can control a time in their life. When everything seems kind of wildly out of control. So I think this is what he thought he could control. And he was protecting Cassie and I think he thought he was going to cruise on end. So when Cassie broke up with him all of us producers kind of honestly thought no biggie, Novi, Dow. Yeah. Like this is only going to reaffirm. The fact that he picked the right girl, we're going to have this kind of dramatic night. Not a big deal. We got hannidy. We got a happy couple done important question. We were wrong. You are very Ryan hands. That's why when I went to talk to him, they're like, go talk to him. He was really pissed on like he's really angry. I don't know if he's acting or playing this up or whatever I I'm a little sad. I'm a little. Shock that he's this pissed. And so when I'm walking behind him as he's about to jump the fence. I didn't anticipate this wrath in this, this kind of acting out in that way, I was just expecting him to turn around a little upset because his ego is hurt. His feelers were hurt a little bit, but not a big deal. It's kind of funny. You say it's egos hurt though, because he was dumped so many times he was dumped a lot. I think the most, but I that's why I thought not a big deal and someone I caught up to him. I thought, well, I'll just steer him back to what's important, which is the fact that he has his great girl. He's in love with all good. That's when I realized I was wrong. We were wrong. It is Cassie, and now we have a massive issue on our hands. He doesn't even want to continue with handwrite Ceylan, and he wants to break up with him, and he wants to go find Cassie at all costs now. Mike, so talk about having to be fluid and having to follow a situation as a producer in stay on this. The show did a one eighty completely changed in that moment. Interesting if you had thought it was Cassie, would you have phone her father out? I don't do you mean before the fence dump for the break. Oh, when he's there to like talk to her. But I don't know. Because I think if I'd probably well, we probably would have done a lot of things differently. The timing of the day, she probably wouldn't have gone. I pray or the others. You probably would have set it up to where he had time with her. You know, a lot of things interesting would have been different. We didn't set them up. We didn't set him up to fail. But we definitely didn't set them up for massive success because we thought he was in love with somebody else, right? You want to like help guide him. Yeah. We'll make sense for the new. We're gonna feed did love Cassie. We really still thought it was a horse race neck and neck. And it turned out it really wasn't incredible. Yeah. How fascinating Colton seems so weird? I haven't met him. I would love to was a great guy. I love Colton super good guy. Very nice. He is very sweet. He is amazingly sweet. Yeah, there's no other word for it. He's just a kind guy, you don't need to name names. So it was there, ever a lead, or you're just like I don't care for this person. I don't wanna be around them, Charlie O'Connell. Oh, interesting. How come we didn't get along? And. I like him now. And, and yeah. And I'm very happy for him because I know that he you know, he had some demons and I'm ok talking about this because he is faced those publicly with alcohol and other addiction. And so we just I think a lot of a two was east coast. Montauk guy a Long Island guy northeast bias, you don't like to sell dex called him. Yeah. I mean. I just want you in water. Sure I love to visit you people. It's a great place. Yeah. It is. I love to go and visit but I always love leaving. But, you know, you space he was at a different place in his life. And it was it was really struggling. I think behind the scenes. We didn't really realize the level of his demons that he was facing. And so we just didn't, and he didn't want, really me around either, like it was mutual. He didn't like me. We just didn't you because that's one of those seasons where I was very much behind the scenes and would do things with the women and stuff like that. But wouldn't spend a lot of time with him. And I think that was the one season we stopped, I stopped even coming in during the rose ceremony. Oh, wow. Yeah. A couple of times we just didn't mix, which is fine. I mean when you think of what fifteen in however many bachelors, we've had already tail. Yeah, I'm not going to get along with, with all of only three as you know, it's different I e friendships and chemistry with some and I don't with others by I'm professional. And I do my job with all of them. Sharon, try to help them out. Yeah. Exactly. But obviously, I'm just going to blend in with some better than others. There's still more baffler to discuss. But first, let's talk about drop wanna get paid to shop checkout drop the free app that gives you cash rewards for the shopping, you do every day. Lincoln dubbing credit cards to the apps, left stores, you love and earn points. Each time spent then redeem your points for gift cards to places like Amazon, Sephora, Lululemon, yet, more more you spend the more drop gets no. You. It's a personal shopping experiences. I to get rewarded as quickly as possible. Unlike most reward programs are able to earn across a ton of brands whatever you want. No phone calls or receipt scanning, because everything is done through the app automatically you'll accumulate points quickly because brands you're earning from are the ones you literally spend with every day. When I look at my credit card Bill and I see how much I'm spending on lifting Uber. I just think about how much it could have gotten in free gift cards, if I've been using the drop app for a limited time if you had to the app store Google play and sign up for drop. He's in the code bachelor, you'll receive ten dollars, Starbucks part right away, make sure to Lincoln debit or credit card at the app when you sign up to redeem your reward. In the second wave of the bachelor bachelorette seasons. At what point were you like? Oh, this is a different thing now with, like bachelor nation and all the social media at what was their modern era. Yes. The modern era steroids host. Gary von all that. When did you realize like, oh, we're in a new phase of this show now? I don't know if it was a moment. I just I just know that. I don't know if there was a moment, there wasn't a lightning bolt, but it's evolved it's just been time. Yeah, we're talking. Now, when you think about the when the show started in two thousand and one two thousand two we were taping in two thousand one you know, there was no such thing as a blog. There was no such thing, as you know, anything on social media, my space exists. None of that much less Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and all that stuff Snapchat. And, and so you didn't have to worry about keeping a secret there were secrets in the world and which were great. I mean, now our national security secrets are out. I mean, there's nothing that happens in the world. You don't know about. I so if you don't think the bachelor's gonna get out or American idol, or what El-. It's of course, it is duchess, if there's two more people in a room in this day and age it's out. That's just it and that's us. But that's just the world we live in, so, you know, slowly over time instead of trying to have private dates. Now these these concerts are public. Yeah, it will shut down town and win part of that is fun, though. I love that now that we five thousand people at a date, right? We'll have a carnival in. The middle of, of Iowa or something, you know. So I like that. We've embraced it to a certain degree because you can't fight it. Yeah, you have to embrace, I think the show has been smart in obviously now doing more like iphone confessionals and just sort of like it seems like in the last couple of seasons embracing the culture around a little throw some stuff against the wall. See if it sticks it doesn't always stick. I didn't love Colston's iphone confessionals better enhance from the guys before they got to fill like that. Because, you know, you're getting something we couldn't otherwise get. Yeah. The Colton thing just felt lazy to me 'cause we have cameras, there so seemed uncomfortable with that. It was it was a it was a, a good idea that didn't come off. Well, yeah, it's sort of funny like you think back to when the real world would do that, like a closet, and that was like, so they would sure like trick them into feeling more comfortable. I think, but when it's a true confessional. Like you said, I, I loved the guys on their flights getting it because you're getting their true motion to that moment when we don't have cameras, or we don't have enough cameras, right? To do that. The only have so much manpower. And so it's really just happened over time in so. Yes. People are taking pictures everywhere we go. And we were just in Greece. If you wanna get on the internet, you can see Hannah, you know, all over Greece. A friend of mine was on vacation in Amsterdam in April. Yeah, exactly. It's not like the square. It's a small world. It's such a small World Social media. It's even smaller before something would have to go to print and be in one of the magazines and it would take two weeks to do that. And people in us back, then they wouldn't really cut their nose off despite their face. They wouldn't. They wouldn't want out. Yeah. I wouldn't do that. Now, this is the culture, we live in where you wanna spoil somebody's time, like, yeah hand. Screw people over enough. And I don't know why people relish, that so much what, what that says about us as a society that people get up and eat, drink and sleep to just crap on somebody's work. So, like how can I ruin your day? Right. Like what can I say that will ruin the, the end of the avengers ruin game of thrones for you, or whatever? Like how can I go on social media and just be a dick? Yeah. Now. It's a very interesting dynamic to our culture. There's a lot of good things that come of it. There's a lot of bad. I try to go pretty spoiler free. But actually hard like I mean, I obviously know that, you know, it's funny, I have no problem with it. But this is. Yeah. I don't know. I mean what I mean by that is I don't see any spoilers. Oh, right. I really don't know. You're probably not on Twitter, all day, a computer all day. I don't harder. I don't read do people still do things like blogs. I don't know there's a block of anyway, I don't read that stuff. There are a few podcasts that I listen to, you know, most of them because I do love the ringer. There's a reason I'm here we love you. Yeah. And this whole thing is a ploy to be on the rewatching. That's really all I care about. Down. But anyway, so, but the problem is when when he listened to re watchable is, there's really nothing. I can add everything that's that said, I'm like damn it. That's a good point. I wouldn't even had that honestly, hard to top Bill Simmons. He's got he's and I say that as more of a fan than an employee or a friend, though. I hate Bill Simmons because he's so era Ghent and cocky, but he's so good backs it up. And then that pisses me off, you want to I want him to fix. He does the research. He's a hardworking guy. I want him to fake Fikret guy. I'm ready when he falls on his face. I'm going to be there. No. He's great. But anyway, we digress. We do know anyway, times of changing. And here's why don't mind I don't mind ninety percent of the spoilers in the stuff out there. People are taking pictures. I, I love that most of it is just passion. Apple love it people love when they see me on the streets. They want to talk about the show. They love seeing Hannah, they're just excited, that's fine. I just wish that people wouldn't go out of their way to spoil the ending. I agree. Totally because I just want people to see it I want people to experience it. It's just like sitting down to watch the Super Bowl and someone go. Hey patriots win by five last second. It's going to be amazing. I'm going to watch it but it's like, like I wish. You hadn't done this. So I just wish that's the only thing I wish we could control. Don't spoil the very ending the rest go to town debate. Talk about it. I don't it doesn't bother and none of it really affects the ratings overall out. So from a business standpoint, it hasn't affected my job. I just know that some people in bachelor nation don't wanna see it, and they bump into these things. Yeah. Well, I think the good thing for the show that Colton season. Was that H shows that like the script kinda does it matter as long as it's compelling? And Secondly, there are a lot of rumors out there like what happens at the end and had literally nothing on actually watching it, it was riveting television will. And I think if we do our job, it doesn't matter. And that's why it doesn't affect the ratings. If we have a good season like Hannah season is phenomenal. Yeah. It is freely nominal on us or you're just saying one hundred percent. I'll look in the eye. It might be one of our best seasons right ever. Craig, it's the best producing job, we've ever done. She might be one of the best bachelorettes for many reasons and then just the guys. We ended this great group of guys on every level from good to bad villains to heroes and all that. It's just incredible. Like it's incredible television. I can't wait for everybody to kind of watch this unfold and it gets good. Really fast. But my guess it, it will probably be our most successful bachelorette ever. Oh my God. Well, I in the modern era, Sarah and the nice not going to be trust and nothing will ever be just what do you consider before that most successful bachelorette? I think there's a clear answer. God was Emily probably Emily season was really, highly rated Aglietta towel skis was extremely highly rated as well. Probably alley hilarious that her husband looks like Frank just absolutely hilarious. Looks like Frank the guy that she did not end up with. Oh, you're right. Yeah. Girls. Gotta type yes, she does have a tight, right? She really does. Yeah. So Allie was highly rated Emily was highly rated I off the top of I'm really good with ratings. I am psychotic about, like I know the ratings from the show's today, I'm just I'm I'm a student of the game. So I watch what's going on? And I consider Caitlyn. Very successful as well. Although I've heard that the beginning with the brick versus Caitlyn thing was something that will never be repeated will already was. I mean that's thing people forget, we already did that then. Yeah. We did that we had a two bachelor's rod Womack. And that was the guy's name. I forget we started with two nuts, funny, because we cut so much crap for being sexist, and doing this, and you'd only do this to women's like, well, no. Actually, we did this already in two guys care. I loved it. I didn't love it. I don't want to do it. And so what's funny is when we did that Mike, Fleiss. And I are the only two still around from that time we're really producing. We did it. We looked at each other will never do this again, as they horrible idea. We'll never do it again. It just I just I don't love it. I don't think it works in a lot of ways. I get the reason we did it because there was this split in bachelor nation, but there's always a split bachelor nation. So I think it's incumbent upon us to make a call like this season with the Hannah's, Hannity Hannity, you know make a call. Yeah. Make a call Hannity is, is, is headed you show. She would have been on a marshy could we I think she's going to be fascinating, and I'm sure we'll see her in paradise, but I think Hannah b. I know Annabi gives us it unbelievably dynamic television. I'm really excited. I, I want her to be a bachelorette from a while. I think about it, she's in and you know it's funny because she's a slam dunk in a way that people this is what I love, I love shows where people are skeptical. People question our sanity, you Colton, I'm never watching again. Yeah. Colton is the worst choice. He's the worst bachelor you could ever choose. We had that we had a ton of that the only truly bad bachelor my opinions crystals. Like that's the only one I thought he was a good. See, I thought I thought Chris was a good reason of why the I thought he was a throwback. I was just bored. I just found him. So what I love about the show and this is where the show started was find a diamond in the rough and without our spotlight this person this diamond would never be seen. That was the idea of Aaron burgee. You know, the banker from Missouri the idea of crystals who's in the middle of Iowa very successful guy without us not. Finding anybody I went to his house Haymond Whitney though? Like lease release realistic couple ever. She's had a baby congratulations to her. I went to the field of dreams you dead, congratulations fan. Great deals podcast. I really none of you guys had been there. And I'm like, wow. This is something I actually have on them. It was a moving experience. I've heard that this is one of the and I will say digress, one of the cool things about this show is I get to do some really cool shit. Like, what's the coolest thing that you've gotten to do as a result of being the host traveling? I'm a sports sports guy. And so I've gotten into some really cool stuff, sports wise like the Celtics thing but early on. I forget who sees it was. But, like Mike, Fleiss. And I went one on one and at the at the garden York, cool. We're there for a Mavericks game Mavericks Knicks after the game. We got the court for, like forty five minutes for our date and they were upstairs, and one of the suites doing interviews and Mike and Mike. And I got to shoot hoops, all night at the garden, I think, in in, we're in Barcelona at SP Yola one of the one of the teams in soccer fa we got to take over the entire stadium. Wow. I had two of my soccer buddies, one, I play with in college when, in high school were there. So we just went out and played that kind of stuff. I love. I've been to several Champions League games like we were in Munich I went to see Byron Munich play call Barca and so stuff like that. I love that kind of stuff. That's awesome. That isn't really travel. Seems gray travel is a blessing. It's I've, you know, you don't get to do it with the people. You would choose to do a wish. I know these are families on my family. It's not my best friends, I do bring people with me from time to time. I'll have my friends. Meet me somewhere. We'll go to a game or something like that. But it, it most the time does not work out, and I'm there by myself, but I try to embrace it, you know, like you think of shooting at Ernie Els vineyard in s- in South Africa on us or know going on these. Yeah. I was Emily's. Bradley Brad, Brad season. So I mean just running through my head. It's like there's I have a thousand great memories of the travel. That's awesome of what I've done in my life. And it's only because of this show Cher. And that's that is really cool. In the didn't used to be travel show. We used we never used to travel. I know. And now you can go wherever you get. It really was Charlie O'Connell season, that changed that it was a rubel rubel was the first place that said, hey, come for not only the, the exotic dates, but stay and do two weeks. Then that was kind of our thing for a while was we travel, but we'd always come back to LA, right? Then we went to Aruba and we stayed. And then we thought, hey, we can do trade outs. We can actually, you know, Warner horizon thought, you know what smart we can save a buck. Yes. Anything this Ambuhl we'll pay for the flights, you just take there. We get there. It's free one place. You want to go. You haven't been yet, we've never done Australia. Oh, I don't know if it's too far say, I feel like they don't have the great deal. We went to. We went to the Maldives, South Africa. You can't tell me anything's too far. There's nothing looks amazing. I would like to go there. It's fun. Oh, wow. No. It was stunning. But I will say this, it's so hard to get to right. I mean, go look at a map at where it is it is. It actually is exactly halfway around the world you when you're there, they, it's equidistant. You can go one way or the other. Right. It's so it's I think there are other places member Blake being like I needed to get get out of there Amelia on this tiny island. Got an island that was a mile long in about maybe half my wide very small. What's the biggest like disaster that's ever happened on the show that was not seen, like someone's, I went horribly awry. In on a serious note, we had a car wreck you dead. Yeah. I forget the island Saint somewhere, Sean low season. Oh, wow. Okay. Yeah. With in this is where we have lived in learn. But there was there was there was an accident. But one of our executive producers kinda got banged up. And at the time she was pregnant, oh my goodness. So really scary. Horribly scary for all of us. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. Dating around, which I love who I love in getting around on FOX, check it out. Interesting. It's so different than the bachelor. It's another like dating show, but it super difference just about a blind date. And like, that's it kind of it's, it's interesting. It's really different. But I I like it because it's so different. Cassie who's one of my dear friends. I love her unbelievably talented woman grew up on the show. And I watched her grow up is the reason I am ordained. Oh my God. Pete, skeletal. Who was also executive on the show started dating Cassie. They got Gaijin. They are the reason that I got her Dane, did I married them. And then Ashley, and J P were at that wedding ce- married them in. Ashley JP were asked later. They're like, will you guys are getting married on TV. Who do you want to marry you who's your officiant, or whatever rabbi? And they said, well, we just went to the wedding, and we love Chris, obviously, we love Chris. He's a friend of ours can Christians do it. Wow. And I was reluctant said, no. Because I, I did want it to be a joke. I never wanted to weddings to be a cocktail joke and I I'm serious about. It and want them to have their moment. I didn't want to take away and as soon as we figured well as soon as we figured out a way that I could be their friend and be the host because host the show, and then like run up I was like, how does this look so Martin Hilton, and I actually had to sit and rapper head around. How do we make this work tour? It is serious, and it is sweet and romantic interesting as you. Sean, and Catherine notions. Dad. Oh, right. Posted that favorite couple probably that's still so great. I like these this such a dad now. I tell Larry. Let should. Bad. I love Sean. He's got a great sense of humor. Did you know that he was in a car because that as you are came so far out of left field, had no idea? And that's that's why the show I think is so fantastic and white works. Whatever you're doing and whatever you have been doing clearly doesn't work because you're single on the show. Sean, is a great example of just falling into the same trap of you. You, you saw some of the women he was choosing like okay, this is the same girls, you've been dating from the same places, and he actually wanted to he came close to getting rid of her several times, and we like dude, you could give like just one more week, one more week. And then ended up he just had to get out of his comfort zone who tells him, I'm more week, you or we don't use hell anybody anything you just have to use it with them. And, you know his producers, we're not just, you know, pushing buttons in these people are robots. We're actually sitting with Hannah in, we're talking through her emotions and talking through these people and, and were were really confidants and best friends, as well as producers share. It's a really interesting line that we draw. And people say, well, you just cast the crazy people or you want to keep the crazy person. And really, it doesn't behoove us to do that. I think if you watch call season. No. That's not true because nonstop forward particularly crazy. No, it really it really what, what helps us is. You wanna create a relationship at the end. If you if you're just trying to keep all the crazy that can all often be a cancer on the show and be disruptive and kind of screw up your end goal which is to have this relationship. Right. Right. That, that's a interesting. So it's a very fine line. We have to be very careful as producers, you know, that's why we get really close to these people because you are really going through this emotional time with them while you're trying to entertain and create a show, who had the hardest time making decisions that rose ceremony. Ever. Yeah. Ever. I mean, I, I mean Hannah beco- you go through, they all do. You know there's a lot of revisionist history when they get off the show. You just interviewed Nick. I'm sure Nick the same way it's like they get off the show. And it's like I guess thinking about your little league career share. Yeah. Hit ten home runs in one game. No, no. You didn't. So they all think about, you know, how great they were. And how much power they had. And how decisive they were. No, you aren't. And I knew it was her the minute she got out of the limo. Like I knew the first night, or maybe they were on the spectrum, and they may. Maybe they were on the radar. They weren't the one. Yeah. And I can honestly tell you, I won't out anybody because a lot of them are married now and have kids together, but a lot of them there's no way das- was, like, Chris. That's my guy. There's literally no way he, he was barely on the show, although I always liked him. And that was one of the craziest breakup. I mean, the the guy she was really falling six Brooks broke up with her like a week before the proposal, and we really thought that show was over that we thing that happened was just insane. We were against it Saint somewhere around an island and I had to go sit with her at the end of a dock. Yes, I distinctly remember it looked horrible. Awful. It was so hot. We I just remember sitting in the sun. I also remember, thanks for weird reasons. I remember my hottest moments and that was one of the hottest moments where I'm just sitting there on my. How long do you think she's going to cry? Because I have to sit here till is appropriate. And I'm just baking just sweating. And now I'm trying. Brad Womack another one in South Africa was one of the hottest days. Aglietta feted is proposal with Roberto. That was in beautiful Tahiti actually. Yeah. They made us hike up. This mountain at my God is so he got out of the water. A lot of them always in really hot. It was hot. It was. So in Roberto is a sweater sweater. And so, by the time we got to the top of the mountain he was he was like someone dumped a bucket of water on him. Incredible incredible. Chris, thank you so much for coming. Because pepper you with questions from all I, I got off so easy with you. I mean you wanna keep going I just thought there was a law. I just figured I would really get hammered by something I don't know. I don't know. I mean, I don't want to ask you me clash has maybe I'll come back. But also, I mean is that your as a host, you don't want to be mean to someone and I'd like to ask the tough questions? But, like I think there's a great way to be, that's the way I in your very good at what you do which came here today. But I do the same way you, you got to walk that line people talk about my role in the show, and it is being sometimes I'm the dads. Sometimes you're the friend, you have to read the room, and you figure out like how can I get what I need and being, so I'm not so black, and white, like I was when I was young man you mentioned, you got divorced. Like should I like hammer you on, like how hard was it to go through the beyond the to be the host got divorced? I mean I've been there done that. Say it's not true, but it's been the last eight years of my life. So let's what's the point? Exactly. Also, like I don't know. I just really I care about work. I talk about this all time. Guess it drives me crazy that the city is people don't have careers. I just like. Get a job. I think it's cool to have a job. It is called avid job. And I don't understand what should come talk to the people on our show. Oh my God. Actually do an ask you about that. How do you feel that people coming on the show just to launch a Crayeres Instagram, influence or fine with it, you are? I mean, well, here's the thing. I'm going to sit here and say that. Everybody is one hundred percent sincere. For the reasons are on the show. No. Of course, not, you know, I'm not that stupid. We had thirty guys on the show. Not all of them were there for the quote unquote, right reasons. But that to me is part of a of what the show is the microcosm of the show of, of. I mean of dating, it's a microcosm of dating in the real world of entrust me, I date. So. I get it. You meet somebody are they using me for my money or the fame? Do they do? They want me to post things on Instagram. Do they, you know are listening? What we've already had these fights. It's okay. But no. It's like that's the stuff that people really go through of Hannah's meeting. Somebody, you know, is he just trying to, you know, sleep with her as he just trying to whatever. So these are things you have to about guys, no matter what course. And so that's the thing. So you know in, in to me, like, say it's the bachelor, you know, am I just going to go for the hot model, right? Like you would here in L A. Well, that comes with some issues because probably locked yeah, good luck. Good luck on the depth of that. You know. So do you care? He's going to go for the shallow she's hot or he's hot or whatever look at his ads. What about someone like Demme, who is great TV was good to have on the show, obviously, it was never gonna win. And now we'll have a long relatively like I would say, I gave her three to five years in bachelor nation of like being a character. Joe? I don't begrudge anybody who goes after the show and, and makes a career you look at Jaden Tanner. I think their life is is created now by by what we give them. Jared. Jared, actually Jared. Evan Carly bad hangings my beloved. I mean, see in Colin's life. Now, we have on that one changed their lives. Yeah. And, you know, do I wish that they would remember that sometimes and b-, maybe a little more grateful, because they all get, you know, a year way later in there like they think that. Like showing up for a reunion. No. Thank you. Yeah. Well, no. They just think that, you know, all of this is them now right? The price tag afterward. On. I mean, obviously clearly the only reason that you were on dancing with the stars who was like, we found you, and we grabbed you out of obscurity, but likewise, the reason I never begrudge anybody. We have also used them to a certain degree. And we've created a show I make a lot of money. I have had a great career for the last seventeen years on the backs of these people say if I can help them in any way if they ever need advice, which I've given plenty over the years if I can help promote I don't I will be the first guy in line. I think it's just mutual mutual admiration. And if I could help them go forth and make money. I, I wished that more of them would not let this change their lives. Right. You know, and I and I give that advice a lot, which is why I don't mind saying publicly is, you know, after the show, let it enhance your life take advantage of some of the opportunities, but try to not let it burn too, bright, try not to let it change. Everything about you. I think back as crop of guys more than any bachelor bachelorette season seemed to be living that motto. The least. They seem to be just head. I in what happens is that when it becomes a lifestyle you're no longer just taking advantage of certain situations and profiting off of it. You know in a in a good way it then becomes a lifestyle when it becomes your lifestyle. It seems great for a brief moment. Because again, these people have never had celebrity. They never had notoriety. They've never been known by anybody other than their family and a couple of friends. Now, when Blake walks in a bar people know who he is vile walks in a bar, people know who he is. There's only one reason it's because they were on our show. We made them famous, we made them popular, which is fine. But that is really hard, and, and there's no book, and there's no rules of how to guidelines on how to do that in a lot of them get eaten alive and they and they allow it to happen. It's on them. You gotta make better decisions because when you make it your lifestyle, it becomes, it's like drugs. It really is. It's like a drug addiction. It becomes very. Hollow. Attention in the highs, you becomes harder to get high in the low in the highs don't last very long share. And then there's the lows and the lows get deeper. And so it really is like an addiction and for these people that are just tasting fame for the first time, and I it's exciting and I get it. And I, I think I don't begrudge them for doing this. I just I watched them, and thank man, just be careful. That's my cautionary tales be careful because when it becomes your lifestyle, it really can eat you up. They should move to the valley like, yeah. It's easier to avoid that way. I'm valley, adjacent your. Right. I mean, trust me, you'll see me round, Colton Kassian Kayla all live in the same building. That's crazy. Is bizarre that bad idea that is not a recipe for success? Now, I believe called won't be the first to move out of that, if I had to guests and I didn't even know that. I, I don't even know they'll live together. Do you interact with these people outside of what we see on TV? Yes or no rented Bradwell amac, aren't you for? Yeah. It was funny. I just got a text from Brad, Brad is one of the sweetest most generous to human beings. We've, we've ever had on the show been Higgins, another one. I talked to a lot, you know, ends a friend of mine back to Andrew Firestone days. Bob guiney. He was wild one. Yeah. And there's a lot of the women, I text, and we keep in touch a lot as well with advice, just, you know, some reach out, say Hello. So it just depends on when I travel around, if I'm in a city where one of them are. Call him up and take him to dinner. It's like when I every time I'd be New York. There's always there was my New Yorker, Ashley and JP and, you know, Andy dorfman's in New York now I always see her when I'm in New York, she liked Andy again she had a job now. She's what she's one of my dear friends. Caitlyn. What am I? Dear friends, Joe Joe. I love Jo-jo nother Dallas person, Dallas. I love my Dallas share. I can I can tell so you're really into the Mavs and the Cowboys and the stars do care about hockey. No, I didn't grow up with it to be honest. I grew up we grew up with like minor league. Dallas Blackhawks Chicago Blackhawks four fence down. So by the time we still Minnesota the north stars. I didn't mean anything to me. I mean, it was cool when Madonna one great, but the next day could've cared less. Wow. But if the Cowboys win. Changes my life. I, I hope that happens for you. Then it's been a while. Three years, twenty minute. Yeah, it's been a little too long. Chris will you come back to discuss, specifically paradise? It's a whole other thing we had any. Yeah. We didn't even get close. I know. And I and I love Harry's. Will you come back? Yes, July next time I need a haircut because I'm actually the reason I came into this. I piggyback, I stack things when it come to LA, and so I'm going to get it sound like you live like in Texas. So when I'm here soon enough, soon enough. For weeks ago Nina the haircut. Tiny works out because. I wanna talk about paradise said. So much fun. I appreciate it. Yeah, it was a great continue to watch Chris, on the bachelor and the bachelorette. I'll be back on Monday with Lawrence Zima, in fact, boy, my next gas, gentle, I she definitely in handle me better than I handle her and just better than I do. And once again, thank you to ABC TV watched Grand Hotel. Thank you to drop. And of course, thank you to Kate line.

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Nancy Wilson | Heart | Doin' It! With Danny and Jenny | Danny Zuker & Jenny Johnson

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

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Nancy Wilson | Heart | Doin' It! With Danny and Jenny | Danny Zuker & Jenny Johnson

"ITW off and off every week we say it's a revolution of broadcast. Really. Yeah. It's a revolution off. It's a everyone wants to hear it. They sing. They sing it it's a it's an earworm the Grady librarian and often we've talked about this but often will say it's a revolution podcast wage. Yeah, we do but sometimes it hasn't been I don't want to point out any particular. Guess they know who they are. Yeah, but they have not been revolutionary know they haven't they've showed up. They've showed up. I felt like I carried it home. And I felt like I carried you frankly a little bit. I think I've been hearing you for a while you have yeah, and that's a lot more work cuz I think for wearing the sport coat wearing a sport coat you'll be able to see there'll be pictures taken and I'm wearing a sport coat because one of Jenny and my heroes is on the podcast if if we never did another episode and as you know, that's highly likely. Yeah, it's every episode is highly unlikely this one there's no way this is going to blow we are so you hear nervousness in our voice, you know, they tell you never meet your Heroes you're not supposed to but I just said we we took a great risk and I mean it didn't work out when we met Nelson. He didn't let us down. He was not the hero we thought he'd be very disappointing but this particular person who's sitting on the couch is truly when I was in bands, we played all of her songs her and her sister and her band. Songs the band is heart and our guest is the legendary and amazing and kind Nancy Wilson. Oh my God. Oh my God. Oh my God. Oh my God, I hope you have 20 bucks. Yeah, thank you. I could use it to talk openly about how much we love. Oh we came and saw you in concert. Yes at the Hollywood Bowl. I have a picture. We have some video of Jenny but speed of what might be the one of the most ridiculous videos guy if we could put this at home and I have it on my phone. I was so excited and you and your wife were like behind me at the Hollywood Bowl and the moment I hear okay. I know right when crazy on using to start. I know it. I've seen all the concert million times and I'm like off the power kick. It's the power kick. I wait for it. I practiced my whole childhood my mom's room and the bathroom kicking like I practiced so hard at least limber person in the world, and I was home. Excited and you and your wife was sat and watched me do this. I held my phone up like this recording solo and I'm waiting and I know the moment and then you'll start and and I know the moment you're going to do. I'm going to go in here and I was so into it. I didn't realize until the next day when I watched the video. I power kicked off there for when I power kicked with you. I dropped my phone down so I completely missed the actual power the power kick doesn't exist. But it is you doing it and then right when you do it off phone drops and then it comes back up again. It's a tribute to my narcissism wheeling and I'm squealing the whole town. That's all you hear too. And then I do that it was probably off the cooler things I've ever done. It was I'm glad I captured that. Yeah, you were also pretty good Nancy. I mean she was great, but well without her power to what would my never be? I mean you invade Iraq. Our cat we actually aren't together. I felt like that was you and I went into a restaurant. Do you just do that like Wilson party or two, you know, just throw a K-Cup. I would do that constantly just random checking right? I would do that concept. Do you know who I am and they know we we just didn't know. Yeah. Yeah. I want to I want to know about like that song to me. I I I've I've always loved that song and like can you tell me the circumstances of when you wrote that I really think we won the Battle of the Bands and Livingston high school, New Jersey. Oh, you have to tell me though off the names of your bands. This is you're going to love. Okay and names are the best. I was I was into bands one. The first band was named Phoenix because and because we thought like this this Phoenix Rising passion for the outdoors, but my favorite band I was in it was a better man was a band called Trilogy. And the reason I love Trilogy was how many how many members wage? Think it would be in Trilogy more than three. There were five of us. So I don't think there was no prequel. I don't fully embraced the idea of the Box really great names you were you what were you in bands prior to Heart of yes, give me some of those we had a few different little kind of school friends came and took and staying with us. One of them was called Rapunzel. Oh my God and was there not a Rapunzel now. Yeah. Yeah, right. I'd like early Rapunzel. I thought the labor stuff. Yeah sold out. Yeah there early, you know, the artwork was good at the beginning but it kind of sold out that money was not about the money back. Yeah, they're sold out after that but home and then the viewpoints because we we used to play a lot of Bob Dylan. So we had we were like white chicks from Suburbia doing protest music calling themselves the dog Point where were you from? What kind of what we're up in Washington state Bellevue? Well, that is not that's not the Bellevue on the East Coast. But yeah, I have more saturated with that but I think that's a whole was formed. Yeah. Yeah. I always have to make the distinction. It's in Washington state but it's not the mental institution exactly. Yes. But yeah, we had a lot of young bands a little and had fledgling bands called boy and his dog. I love animals called Hocus Pocus for a while wasn't there was a band Hocus Pocus. No off his focus focus by Hocus Pocus. None of them using and all the world's funniest ever greatest songs. How so how what year did heart Flamin Joe's heart was already gone when I joined it. Oh cuz and a little bit older so she kind of met the guys that had the actual equipment and the van and the place to project. This and and we'd been strictly acoustic up until that time and I decided to kind of peel off and go to some University first before I joined the band just for the experience of life, you know when I could bring back to song writing and all that. So when I joined a heart and had chased the boyfriend up to Vancouver BC cuz he was a drafting over at the time during Vietnam wow era and so everybody followed and because there's no singers like that in the world. I mean you just you go where they go, right and it's a side trip. I mean I do think like when you're talking about the great rock and roll voices if you had to pick like the top three rock and roll voices, it's her it's Freddie Mercury. It's like yeah, there's there's a crack in L. Yeah, Chris Cornell. No sure, you know Robert Plant Robert Plant. I mean I even yeah from but Mister seegar, there was something great about I mean that voice was great. It was it's very dead. It's so masculine. Yeah, we my my new band roadcase Royale. We open for Bob Seger last year. I was for quite a few shows. Wow. It was so cool. It was like the best choice matchup of any bands cuz in my new band Liv Warfield is the singer who opened for us at the Hollywood Bowl. Yeah the night you did the parking and how long did it together and you get the power together we say we did it together. Yeah. I thought we did a power kakani. Jenny is going to be insufferable. So yeah, I know it's going to be knocked off by room. And whether from here, yeah, when I do stand-up that's how I'm going to be introduced. See I would not be under the power cake with dancing. We're going to be blocked on social media but gone. Yeah, so I when I took I moved up to Vancouver basically and you know learned how to be in a a loud rock band and not just an acoustic band and it was a it was a prize of an education for sure. I mean birth Or older you like the ground running like for you when nineteen nineteen when I went there isn't when you started with harder. When a calendar you would heart originally formed. Well, that's different before me and and wherever in it the White Hart from Seattle. Oh really some of the original guys, you know, we're in but when Ann came along it completely flipped off the whole planet around, you know, cuz it became hard and it was Anne's band. Yeah, then I I joined a little bit later in probably 74,000 back in the year of Our Lord. Nineteen seventy-four. I remember 70 1974 Audi have someone older on the couch than I am broadcasting the odd but 74 or B C or after I was I was ten. Wow, so so there you go. There you go. So, you know, I just learned by trial by fire and learned how to log Try to distinguish singing my singing voice on a loud. Yeah, really really loud stage with just wedges and no in are monitors those days. So the the guys in the band like you kidding you to bring your sister, you know, they really didn't like the idea at all. And where was that more motivating to you or were you like? Thanks God. I'm from a Marine Corps background. So I didn't care what the exhaust was, you know, just do it was her aspect of it. It's no secret that you are unattractive person and off when you got into the like just being take cuz you're you're you're an amazing guitar player just are open and I talked to guitar players all the time and they're I do I do I love musicians and and and I I really talk back to you. They do they say, why won't this guy? Why is this guy cock-blocking me? I want to talk to you know, but but but like no you're just really known for that you find dead. Did you have that to overcome or was it helpful that your sister was in the band was so killer that they accepted you as a good guitar. I think that took the band a while to kind of accept me into it and I had to be a real show-off, you know in order to now did your sister like take up for you? She would she protected her when she older sister ya-ya sister Steph years, although she yeah home and you know while I was kind of getting my sea legs and trying to learn how to be cool on stage and not just look at my feet the whole time, you know. Oh, it's like just look at the exit, you know, just look at the exit off the first few times. I did stand-up. I had another comedian come up to me like he was a great set. You know, if you if you look up yeah exactly like look up instead of looking at your feet or we'll have more of a like. Oh, yeah, so they didn't like it when I walked up and just changed at my feet and told jokes like no it's true until you see your parents kill. It is some people I guess are not kind of, you know lifts your face to the light. Yeah. Yep. At least are into the light. Yeah, you're like staring into the abyss because you can't really see anything but like in front of you kind of the Shadow. Yeah figures in the shadows. I hope they're enjoying it. Yeah. Well, you know, you can always get a read when you can hear ya and feel what they're feeling. Yeah or laughing yeah or listening but you know, I was I was scared to ever look directly at home because if they just slightly kind of yawn for a second, you're like, oh yeah. Oh, you know, what am I doing me? No, I'm I'm not worthy exactly. So but if you did the exit sign did heart without didn't did the Nancy list heart ever had to they have out. Did they charge at all if it hurt chart with out though, there were no record. Our first album was made with me in the band. That's great. Yeah. What was when did you know like this is not a hobby like dog. When did you know? I don't have to rely on that degree. I just got you know what I mean or or things like that. What was the moment? There's there was there a I knew that we were good. That's and that the the the error may have just come through like the late sixties and the seventies. Yeah, that kind of music was very enlightened. Yeah sounds of songs and you know opuses and all kinds of stuff. Yeah going on then off and we had it in our minds that we had like we were aimed like pistols to be good and to do it. Well, yeah to be accomplished and back to be different just by nature of the fact that there's two of us two girls fronting Iraq. Yeah didn't really happen know rarely happens now, so we just did we were just dog and we just decided we were just going to take it take it and run with it. What was the networked? When what was the first time I always think about that. Do you ever see that movie that thing you do? Yes so long. There's that scene by scene. It's my you know, exactly the same time talking about it's the most joyful scene and it's like put you in that but it's a moment where that band. Here's their song on the radio. Yeah. What was that moment for you? What what you remember where you were to tell me about that? Well, I was in the car with an I'm so excited in Vancouver BC and we were just leaving the grocery store with the week's worth of groceries for the The Roundhouse that the whole band are lived in and you know, we all worked there and played there lived there and you know, my bed was the bag of water on a cement floor in the basement, but your favorite Tunes, you know with like a 60 pound sack of brown rice and that's about it. So we were in the car coming back from the grocery store and we heard the magic bands. Oh, yeah, like no. Oh, you know and we were like well over a loaner over and that we had to stop in to scream and also the magic man was the first big is a big one. That's the first big moment. Is it true that that was about Charlie Manson know so you absolutely untrue because that was you've obviously I've I've heard the rumor for so many fruits show me that's like a weird Urban myth know but it's forever. It's a little bit like people the one that always drove me crazy and it's obviously such a different song but that Puff the Magic Dragon was about smoking weed and it's like listening to the song. It's the giving tree down. It's like it's like it's what I was like, but I know I was like, I remember truly I was I think I was like in I must have been in sixth or seventh grade and my first band called gas gas gas is a great name. She was a great two s's doesn't even matter. It doesn't matter to us. Yeah, whatever. I'm right on Paradise by the Dashboard Light. It doesn't even matter but Iraq. Or somebody telling me that that song was, you know, it's like the film it's like in the area and I just about Phil Collins watching somebody drug. It's like those things become legendary. I just heard something about you know, it's John. Yeah, Daniel like I'd always thought that he had like a little brother that her something. Yeah, I wasn't Bernie. Taupin was like, well, I was writing, you know, and then we said Spain cuz that run with Blaine and like nothing had anything to do that was like nothing about Daniel was true. It was you know, it was like so there's one guy who died in a plane crash. I thought he goes. Oh no choice in Spain because it rhymed it totally right now cuz that's always been sung to me that in. Oh Danny if you're Danny you get that become songs. Danny Boy and Daniel my brother. You hear a lot of yes. Wow, so you hear that so that must have been so it was yeah. Those are those are some of the moments that you cannot even I mean, it's a snapshot in in your DNA. Hello, how could you when you're just saying, you know must see her what was like the first like was do you remember like the first incredible like they you put what album was Magic Man on. What was that the first time? Oh just ordered Annie. Oh, yeah, that's right. And what else was on that was there was no there was a bunch of stuff off the other there were songs like so love see there was yeah. I know that. Yeah the song Dreamboat Annie was young Bo Danny and then there was some real cool Belle. It's on there and then there was heartless. Oh, yeah there it's kind of like whoa reaching back through the veils of know, I know it's all but you have such a big Gala. Did you suck? And crazy on you. What were those? Well Queen. Yeah. Yeah. That was a good album. Holy shed. Not that album. That album is just I had the cassette and broke. It had to get another one. Am I? Oh, no, you remember Columbus pool it back in with a fire tried to but I really did a number on the Columbia House Records. Yeah. So I signed with them. Yeah, so that was waged my very first like where you get like ten albums for a penny and then like you never pay and then they come after you and you ruin your credit under this really screw up a, it totally good but that that album was that album was off. I'll tell you the albums on that list. It was that it was this is I'm such a little team rocker it was Aqualung I got so into that I was so into that album pack will friend. It was yeah. I think it might have been it was Hotel California. That was that was the one I know failure birth. And it was it was the Doobie Brothers record with China Grove on oh God. Yeah, cuz that was I was on these are all songs we did but so you go to your first what's the first what's the first like holy cross were like, it doesn't have to be a stadium but it's like there's five thousand people here. Like yeah, we we were just like the number one Cabaret band around and Hoover a place called the bars or you know, yeah, like I wouldn't call you were discover a yeah, you know, I think it's hard that Midler took a bath house tour. Yes, but yeah Milli hard, you know, but so we we were playing at this little dive dinner bar kind of place where they had all these terrible rules. Like you guys should be wearing matching outfits and you should not be chewing gum and there's no cursing them from the stage and like I say we're going to do yeah. Yep. And so you know and was we were just all really over it, you know with this these people at this place and all the people were sitting in eating their dinners. And so they weren't listening as much as a real Rock crowd would actually be listed right when you hear Like a Knife and Fork on a plane. Yeah, and so and sort of kind of put it out there like one that she goes. Well, how's your dinner, you know out there like ever since it's just like cuz we try to have some earlier chases like Lysol to us. Oh my God, so so immediately we were fired really The Vineyard have that they're cleaning out the dressing your side or on stage, which is an early Yelp review, right? So we went back to the backstage the brake and you know got her things together set some stuff on fire, you know, and really oh you are welcome Rose before it was Axl Rose. Like we I think we had her for like some dead. Cognac and we lit it up and look for you and it's a paper kids. This is a lesson Wilson Burns shit. I love it because my heroes article or so then you get to your first place the same night we get a call from Rod Stewart to go open in Montreal for Rod Stewart. Oh, okay, we can do that. You move things around to make that happen. Like hang on. Let me check my calendar. Let's see you opening for Rod Stewart the great big Rod. We're going to be able to what was that like so we got there. We went across Canada on the on the train when you know, what the star card. Yeah. Yeah, really beautiful and got to Montreal got to the gig and got up on stage and started playing off before Rod Stewart and everyone lived their matches in the whole place because they deferred Magic Man and they'd heard the beginnings of our new music. So, yep. They're singing back your music. Are you are you knew they knew that when you like heard people like the whole crowd is saying like magic like how only say that? Yeah. So it's it's like you said, it's a church kind of an experience. Oh, yeah. It's rock and roll church-going kind of stuff. Yeah for me. I feel like I would sing Magic Man karaoke. I thought the same from the crowd. I was like, I could hear her place and I said I was like, I don't think y'all are getting it you're going to one day but no no usually was asked to lie. We tried to do some karaoke for a while and and tried to do alone on a karaoke machine and what do you mean and try to do and it wasn't shown on this karaoke night that used to like score you during the song. How did you how did you get off your feet hurt to say wait a second because no There's simply once on the panel you want to know who please don't tell your tell your sister this I I got a hundred all alone alone alone wage. I got almost a hundred on always running favorite song about a rat and that is about Iraq better at yeah. See that's not even Ledger these loves to read. Yeah. Well, it's being of these These Dreams. Okay. So these dreams you you live your beliefs on us now. Let me ask you this because I remember seeing this when I was in college. I used to watch VH1 Pop Up Video. Yeah. Did you see that because an was sick or did you just sing it cuz you want to oh, well that was sung after listening to whole bunch of demos Monday with a studio guy a producer guy to you know choose which songs we would record by outside writers thoughts. Select like everyone had to do sure for a while there in the eighties. Yeah, and he's like this. This is the last one but it's interesting song words by Bernie taupin. Oh really strange like by Martin page probably. Yeah. I did not know but it's not obviously not a heart second. I heard yeah the demo which was it evident from the demo that it was a special song. Yes. I mean, I just feel for it. Like all just like on the video feels so hard for that song and I said, I know that I could sing the song and you know so long they're like no because ends the lead singer and it's confusing to the fans. If you look like you're the lead singer all of a sudden so when we made the video for the song ever heard of Fleetwood Mac. Yeah, it sounds like a network note that I get for sitcoms. But yeah, it really does but they in the video they kind of they kind of cheated so that looks kind of like an singing it too and I'm singing it too and I remember that. In fact reason in fact you did that song at the Hollywood Bowl. Yeah, I was surprised because you know, my my my notion of that song was that because I know I'm not seeing it together. Yeah. I had always just assumed over here the sisters they're putting you up there and they you know, you're both looking sexy up there you doing that thing? I thought that seemed like Danny Phillips video, but that was what was 80s Video you guys were and I I I have a real Affinity maybe because I straddled it a little I mean I came of age in the eighties, but I do, you know, I was a child in the seventies but those bands that strap the ones that made it from like seventies into the eighties and VP of sales. So like I'm thinking about like, you know, like everybody went from David Bowie to Arrowsmith you like there were all of these Dire Straits, you know, it was like, they're all these bands that like dead. You know and you know Genesis and two hey, but that's like, you know, it reminded me a little bit of like the silent film stars who had you make it in the talkies. Oh, that's right. I mean feel that way home videos started. Come on. They were you self-conscious where you know, we felt a lot of pressure, you know more to be to be presentable e sexy and all the things, you know, the the fashion show and thought yeah and the pig make but did you feel like it was a little like choreographed for y'all before you even got it was for us because we were so from the 70s and we were but all this sort of nature girls. I know that we're we felt a little bit stuffed into an unfamiliar territory for us. Well, so like when I thought it was it 82 is one of the videos. Yeah, I think or Innovative one, but it was it was like it was kind of video videos before they turned into many films. Yeah. Yeah, but it was like it was like there was a lot of Spandau Ballet. I remember It was a lot of I mean they opened with the Buggles. They opened it Video Killed the Radio stars who Killed the Radio Star Video Killed the Radio Star with so excited like oh my God, like the AHA, you know like oh my god, there was those ones that like, you don't really like there was like there's a karaoke moment, but you see they came had that had that number maybe save me see. Yeah, shoot that poison arrow pointing your middle of those, you know Thompson Twins, and it was like so there was a whole thing that was foiled me now. Yeah, that's one of my car all I listen to her like 80s 90s lithium backspin ya know anything new honest to God. I don't think I've ever heard of Taylor Swift on the Cure cure. I was just listening to never enough on my way yet. I just far. I just voted for them for the Rock and Roll Hall. They so deserved does Robert Smith still. Is he still rocking the hair dead? Not quite as extreme maybe but but the kids looks like you know something in concert though, the Cure so good it was but he didn't do much. It was a Friday. I mean, I never met a person who stood there on stage you just stood he just stood there. He didn't have like that like like we're seeing y'all. It was heart and Def Leppard song. Oh, yeah. Yeah my sister and I would go like anytime that y'all come through Houston when I was living in Houston. We were always go. I mean we would just that was like our thing. You still have a Hueston plate on your car. Oh, I have a huge Texans flick. Oh, yeah. Oh, it's a California thing, but it's the okay. Never mind, but we would go and I remember like Def Leppard. I just don't really like that was my go-to song like boy o like, oh really love bites. Hey you watch the crow. Like those are my moves. It was like we had for making, you know, but no girl girls do that too if you log, Like some yeah Watch em, you know like oh, I would always weren't the crow. I don't know why I thought that was my like the crow to watch yet because it's rainy and dark. Yeah. I was more Angel heart but going off that loan bite song like everybody has wind beneath my ways to Love Bites. Yeah. Oh, yeah. That's right like going and when you go what's the lead singers name of dead? Oh, oh God. I know it to face and he had like rhinestones on his Converse like he came out but he's the coolest guy though, and he sounded great. I can't think of it off Joe Elliott. Thank you. He sounded great because the Strom drummer they were one arm by that time the drummer. I was in to 9:20 at two arms what I had like, you know, we were just like Thursday or waiting for y'all to come on because by the way, you all sound fantastic fantastic like y'all honest-to-god sound so good and like we would Amy and I was just we'd sit around and log The moment like an would hit like seeing alone or something. Oh my god, when she sings that it's like everyone just like the silence comes up with this one touchdown. I wanted to talk about this page saying there's there's like people from your that era who you'll see who and who for what for North like they're normal people and when your normal certain things degrade including the voice will you know often to grain and you'll see it. I mean, you know, I I got he's a fucking genius. He's my favorite like I love him Elton John John but you know, he has to sing Everything at home. He's June down most of the songs like at least by a third really doesn't reach for a lot of the higher. Yeah. Yeah. It's that were there first and there's there's other people but there's two acts home that I've ever seen that have had a Revival you guys but first one was I because the two people of Thai and Julie from Modern Family were hosting the Billboard Awards off. And Julie Bowen by the way was sitting in front of us when we saw that's right there in Julie vote. She was I know but but as far as doing that and it we have or 7 a.m. Rehearsal, so there's somebody who had to come out at 7 a.m. And it was Stevie Wonder and Stevie Wonder who is even know if it was seven eight put in a dark dark it's hard. But how old would you say? He he's gotta be in his seventies. You would think at this point. Yeah. He was little Stevie Wonder when he first I know he was a kid. He was a kid his first hits. Yeah, but those were so I'm thinking well, we could Google it because I want to see me wonder now, he's Forever Young, you know, yeah, of course. Yeah Hills and did sort of like a medley from songs in the key of life. That was like just because they're honoring him 68 was almost sixty nine, which would be nice to finally off. Kind of like I'm sure he's but honestly when she said we're going to heart because you you were so kind to get us tickets for that for your show. I mean, I wouldn't have been peeking out after the show like we were like, yeah. Yeah, cuz here we were yeah that place outside where everybody was crowded out. Yeah. Yeah. So awkward and everyone just like we didn't know what to do with that. We slow leak a lot of people coming up to you. This is we always tell the story but we come we would invite us to the show and we see a lot of people coming up to you and we were so and it was like they all had personal stories and we're we're trying to approach and it was like God I'm like, well I say hi. I'm Danny from Twitter. It was just like I could not do it. I know we were like standing there your wife actually just walked away, but she was just like like what do we say what it was or swimming or going to be like stupid honestly, if you would seen us, even for two minutes you'd never be on this couch right Dan Danny from Twitter. Hi, I'm Jane. Come on. I was like, oh I guess Why is my dog like I still had dogs? Yeah, and my bass announced all the time. I was like property that would help. You wouldn't even believe how appropriate you guys were compared to a lot of people that are just like I whether we wanted to glom on you what I think part of it is like even a Jenny and my level thousand people will sometimes have people come up to us who are just like way too familiar. Like yeah, and we are personally our nation Vader you're not celebrities. We are not in any way that way but like I think we're really kind of our thank you for saying that it's fishing for that. It's supposed to be so cool for you to be talking to me. I mean, I can't even imagine. I'm a little bit jealous of you that you have me to talk to if I'm being honest. In fact, I was like I'll let you sit on the couch with her. Thank you, because it means more than than it does Wells way bigger than they are about Jesus. I'm going to ask you a question. You don't have to answer it is there's no question of you know to be terrifying know but okay, so famously a lot of people in bands for as long as you've been in bands including brother acts. I'm thinking of the King Dome thinking of a racist. I'm thinking you know, what I'm saying said did you ever gets Clearwater Creedence Clearwater Revival favorite food store, but what was how have you managed that to work all these years with a sister and you're both stars and it's funny because like one of the first questions most people was relaxed would be like, do you guys fight, you know, yeah, what's the age difference between four years 4 years? Okay from The Young youngest of three sisters. Oh, so you're the baby and the baby inside my sister's dog. So like her both younger sisters, you're not know I'm older and I have two younger sisters for the world two years before I finally so you high-five me. Wow, your boobs me Mera pennies, by the way, I really like that rang too. It's kind of fun. Okay made by the makers that did Keith Richards coloring. Oh ports and hacking baby. I got it's so you're off ring. That is really got you guys. You get a shot of do not mess with somebody's wearing a ring like this. Yeah. You don't mess that's like brass knuckles. All right. Yeah. So, how how did you get? How do you how do we manage to get along? Yes. Well pretty swimmingly. I gotta say I mean, we've always been close and friends and we had an unusual tight relationship. I think since if we were military brats for one and moving around all the time you go with each other. Yeah. Oh that's true and false. Each other in the family small family unit, you know, we called one of our albums Brigade and you know, all that kind of stuff. Yeah, and that was our ethic what moving into and through the the career of it together because and also sense of humor because that makes a big difference. She is an is one of the most hysterical really you meet and sometimes doesn't even know it. You know, like she just has this Take on the world. That's completely her own some of the funniest people usually are just it's just how they are looks like just yeah and then they they just did not way that out of the box, you know, she's in your other sister. So she's what she's the oldest. She's Lynn and how much older is she she's eight years older than me all four years Park a military family. They plan that out. They did they find him funny two months apart. Military Precision. My dad was in the military. My dad was an Air Force Captain. So that's yeah my dad. And his father retired as a brigadier general in the Marines and my dad retired as a major in the Marine Corps. So that's very cool. And then because of Vietnam he wouldn't recruit anymore cuz he thought it was a dirty war which it was. Yeah my cousin and he just retired as a major in the Marines very proud very proud of these things. You know, would you should be you say that you and and like the sense of humor like for personality. Are y'all real similar or is it like sometimes like the Opposites like get along better if you were exactly the same. I'm so different from an Richard love about a relay wage is probably why it works if you were really what works in a lot of ways and and Lynne. My oldest sister is so much more like me and her mom and aunts more like our dads so, you know of weird brunettes in the family, you know, they yeah. Yeah these the brown shapes. So I was the only Blonde one in my family and they were arrested my mom dad sister Yeah Yeah Song Like do you find as like the younger sibling if y'all had any tension, do you find that you would smooth it over before like do you would you bow down first before her? Yeah, like stubborn wise would you just go like it's not worth it. Okay you one. Yeah. I've always liked the you know, The Peacemaker that's right. Yeah, like I was tensing if there's ten thousand so interested in drama anyway, so it's not worth it to get through this whole sure thing of some dramatic moment. Well right isn't really that bad. It's just a big deal. Yeah, exactly cuz it'll sort of wind itself out. Anyway when you are right later, I figure they'll figure it out later you get to walk away like the bigger person to write. Okay. So have you thought that you so much in common so you guys are really kicking in right here. I feel like oh my God, I felt like we were bonding earlier on this on when yeah. Yes. Did you ever but did you ever write a song that you liked upar you go away you write a song and you presented to an and Ansley. Did you ever have one of those cuz those are I mean I know why those I've had those in my writing when it partnered with somebody where it's like yeah, how can you not like this this genius? And and so am I and were you proving I mean she one thing about and being the kind of you have to have that style ego I think to be that kind of feel proud woman a front person singer like that to have you have to have balls. You have to have all the confidence and when I would just kind of tiptoe around and go. Hey, what about this song or something? She'd be kind of like yeah, you know because You know it would maybe be me singing it and it wouldn't be her necessarily singing it. Oh, so I guess I sort of got relegated in a lot of cases cuz I wasn't always the most confident lead singer in the world and she was yeah, so, you know, that's what you can read a lot to live up to in the same band with her and I I love singing I know and you know, you should stick with it. I should you know, yeah, maybe the specific thing have a career maybe this music thing might panic. I mean I would you know, I keep your secretarial skills, but I think that this other stuff is really need a pan out for you mean like not try to get the day job time and look don't burn any Bridges keep sending out resumes. You can always seriously all back. I never thought a real real I mean music is a real job, but you never had a real job. It's a hard job for sure, but I never had a purse a a real job. That's no office dog. But no restaurant, you know, it's a real job it is or other. It's a real job and you know these jobs I know like but when there's people that like come to see, you know, like your show and page where we were afterwards in the people. That'll just like they don't get like I just got done with a full day's worth of work like nobody gets that like you were actually working just now that's worse that's work. Like people don't understand like people they don't they don't get it a lot of times like you'll be playing on the stage in somebody's like who like in the front just need to get you to sign something, you know, like right after work. All right, then. Yeah, like okay, so I'm just right now. Okay, so I'm going to admit I did something to you Jesus Christ This is not going to be good. I have a feeling it's terrible. But so you're playing at the arena theater in Houston. My sister went and it was a small. It's a great venue to go see a show because it's dead. Not huge the stage just so slowly turns. Yeah. Oh God. Yeah. Yeah. Oh God. So lazy Susan show. It's the Lazy Susan show one hundred percent and my sister I kneel down right Space Needle. Sorry. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Let me see. What song was it that you started playing right? We get to the front and East this is exactly what happened. You start playing guitar and then I'll I'm going to tell you the song and it's just like we're in the front row and you come up and you were like, you know in front of everyone in the front like lean down your guitar and she's playing this and right in front of me and my sisters right to my left and this is what my dumbass did you're playing a solo. No one else is playing. I held my hand up for a high-five wait while she's in the middle of a song. Hello. Hello. Well, you're a fucking high five while someone was playing a guitar solo you and and my sister was looking at me. So I was just was like, oh my God, she's right here in front of them. And I just put my hand up and my sister goes holyshit. What are you doing? And you actually this is like through a pick you had like another pick you through you high-five make another pic to play and then I hear quite some time. I'm like, oh my gosh, I just read your entire guitar. So you high-five. My sister has a picture of it where I turned around and white a thumbs up your kind of slowly backing away. We got my sister's like you were the stupidest fucking idiot. You know, you disrupted Nancy Wilson. I was like, I can't I find me so see those. How old are you at? Home is a cool moment though. Oh shit. I don't know. I was probably like 20 you were 24 for you to be 14 is crazy. See what my sister over weight friends. I'm embarrassed twenty-five or something like that and I twenty-four twenty-five and I just turned around and I was like the whole time I was so excited. Yeah, Nancy Wilson. Hi-5 me this. I mean I couldn't wait until my parents was like you remember when I would get Mom's Broome and I would practice power Cooks. Yeah. It's like I remember you locked the door and the sliding door to the bathroom home or work cuz everyone's like Ginny get out of the bathroom. They just wouldn't break it. Yeah, I ran on stage for the Starland vocal down naked and so he was Streaker. I was drinking I was I was I was nine but I say, you know felt that when they I said when skyrockets in-flight came on I had to I would never I didn't understand the meaning but I knew it meant get me but I will say like at least Afternoon Delight baby. So I will publish apologize but this was I just graduated from college and I was in love it camera on a Morning Show like there was my first job in like broadcast Like I Roll teleprompter like this is my so this is where I was in life. I had a degree and I was making like nine bucks an hour. So that's my excuse. I had instructed as your excuse fancy home. Places are still cuz we should about that. I cannot I had I had I had Rupert Holmes and my boobs and the second verse of martyr of a pina colada song. So I know what you're feeling. Oh my gosh, you guys first verse don't even mind. Oh, I didn't you put out afterwards to I know it's you know you at least you weren't just sitting there like looking at your phones during the show know or like looking at the show as if it was a television show that show screen up there somewhere, you know, like when you looked and you see people that just do you ever watch people want to want to record the show em while the shows happening so they can see it while it's happening through there. I actually just can't I'd rather than that. I was like, hey, here's a tip but your phone down enjoy the concert. Yeah, cuz I was cool. I saw that way, you know videos from people, you know, like you just enjoy it and like it doesn't even look good you usually when you be there be there for the moment there in the front or Club. To the front row. It's like so everybody behind you has to look at your phone. It's it's it's a little bit like right now the phone is Red lighter, I know when they show that I've I'm just it's a phone put it in your pocket. Yeah. Yeah. I enjoy that's that's remember it was your mind, you know down in print stupidly interrupting you do you remember your your phone? You know, like yeah. I know. I was full-blown on your phone you missed heard you the power kick that you were doing wrong with the phone. I'm going to get this power kit cuz I was so excited then I kicked and so and so you mentioned you're in a new band. I have a new band and you have a do you have a record dropping has it drops there a record has dropped. I mean last year actually called first things first. The man named the band name is broadcast Royale case real with Annie. Are you touring with it? We toured last last year with opening for Bob Seger as I mentioned. Yeah. Yeah, and when he had such a good we're doing some shows around town. Will be at The Canyon Club. Oh early December free for whatever you're on the list page will be high-fiving there. Yeah, we will and any any any plans for hard to tour again. Well, there's there's a big old offer up on the table from Live Nation right now. Oh really? We're talking we're trying to find out the details. So for next summer with next summer, that will be looks really promising, huh? Well, it just be all just heart it'd be hard but my sister and whichever whoever is in that band, we're trying to figure out it out right now going to all of those we are good I a hundred percent off early start in the spring late spring and going will it be summer probably like Fifty dates? Oh my God u s u s. Okay zero going it would like to do that too long. We haven't done that for ages before before we would you ever have like a comedian opener? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know how our top is a medium hair atop. He is dead. He's jacked. I totally trust him. He's singing her songs in the middle. His name is Scott where the way I know I've met a man. Yeah. I'm Scott. I know. I know you're not your hair top excuse not redhead from Vegas. Yes. Yes. Yes exactly you see him in the every elevator you ever I know it's funny. Oh, I got off the stage at the Mirage and I sat down on the side of the stage Jewish. My said I was I was hoping for Nick Swardson and I'm sitting there. I like just laying up next to me and he's like, hey, I'm Scott. I'm like Carrot Top right? I was at Scott. Your Christian name know I was I was telling my friend his mom died and he was like, I just want to go out and so we got to go on that restaurant and were there and he is mid cry is very close to his mom is the only child and carrot-top walks in and he's like it's like and I just usually and basically stay couldn't get no and he said no he walks in behind my friend and and he's like and he I remember he was saying like in the worse part of it all is I never got two and he's like Danny I'm talking to you and I said, I know you're bearing your heart right now, but Carrot Top is right behind and then and then he turned around he goes that's about the only acceptable excuse you could get because I think if you told me you had cancer right now and a Carrot Top was behind U age. I would stop listening and look at like okay. Okay, I'm going to ask this cuz I cuz I feel like I feel like obvious. I feel like we have similar tastes in music. What are the bands? I should have some Nancy Wilson? Yes, I do feel like we like the same stuff. I'm going to let you guys are what do you have a were both blonde big deal? Yeah, August and we both do power kicks. Yeah. I just simultaneously not an attractive side of Jenny. I mean honestly, this is why it's always just oh that's better. She's yeah. Yeah. There's can you show me your boobs to Thursday is a the what are the bands? I should be listening to now nowadays. Yes that you what are the bands that like make you like. I really am into right now. I'm really into a gym James. I don't know that stuff. He was the singer from My Morning Jacket. Oh, really? Yeah. I know them and one of the one we came across Cameron Crowe's films called Elizabethtown. Yeah feature off. One of those guys from the band in the middle e but great guys, they're all from Kentucky. And so but Jim James has a bunch of solo stuff right now off. The My Morning Jacket albums are amazing. Yeah, they're always a great live band and I saw many times but Jim James has sold stuff. He does a lot of stuff with Erykah Badu. Oh really got a month or so great. Yeah. So Texas gal something I'm into and I really like the War on Drugs world world down the band called The the World Trade Center and the War on Drugs. Yeah, but span of actually so if I if I bring up a War on Drugs album, which I'll do right after we I mean I've download but what what what what which one should I get? Well, I took them on my Pandora Irish are I'm real excited about the top work, but they've just got some amazingly cool songs really sort of atmospheric. Oh real alanic. Oh cool high Lonesome wage. Kind of stuff. Oh, I love yeah, who would you say? Do you have a favorite band besides heart? A favorite band. Yeah. Do you have a favorite musician? Do you have like a favorite or someone? That's like you're who do you like who I am young lady? Yeah. Yeah. Well, it's guys mainly. Yeah, it's I you know Jimmy Page horse but loving, you know Stairway to Heaven to rock and roll hands version of rock and roll you guys really fun and it's Jimmy Page and Robert Plant and Paul Simon. Yeah Neil Young yards the greatest some of the greatest players and Daryl Hannah. So yeah, what do you think of curious? Cuz you know a lot of a lot of people like, what do you think of were you did you like Prince as a I did like Prince I was more in his mainstream kind of fanship. Yeah. Yeah stuff cuz he thought he got very authoritarian. Yeah. Yeah, you know no obvious times but but you had to respect any yeah, I remember seeing him play a bunch of times and he was like, that's an amazing after he was getting kind of like saw that there was this that one job Rock and Roll Hall of Fame performance. You did Wawa. Oh my God, you did like halftime at the Super Bowl in the rain. Yeah, that was amazed the same. Yeah, unfortunately waves when he is all I'm saying I say, I remember watching that live and think. Oh, that's right. He plays guitar. Yeah. So there's that. Yeah, he's amazing. He's one of the best guitars. Well, you know in my new band name is Liv Warfield was a singer in Princess New Power Generation. Oh really interesting lie. And so does your guitar player Ryan Waters? Oh, well, they both played with Prince and when he he got this video of her from some friends of hers knew somebody in Princess camp and sent a video of live doing karaoke really dead in Portland, Oregon and he he reached out to her and said Come and sing with me really from that from like the story that I was asking for Journey and then birth She says yeah a little guy. Yeah. Yeah, Arnel Pineda. Yeah. Yes, and he we toured with them. I saw that cuz nice guy for sure. Oh my gosh, and then perhaps she goes to Prince. He tells Prince, you know, I always work with this guy Ryan Waters. He's my guitar guy. He's my musical director kind of guy so he's will bring him in he can audition for me off. So so Ryan got had to got to go Edition for fucking Prince was one of the best guitar players on the planet. You know, wow, she got the job too. So those two and my three heart guys are the band of our my new band. Oh, yeah. I'm I'm very excited to see that band. I'm really long while we will We you will you will never regret saying anything more than that, but but now besides like rock music do you like wrapped you like oranges? You like country music. Do you like do you have or do you just like there's songs here and songs there. I mean, I like some of the the new rap that's really revolutionary Anja the the rep stuff. That's what's his name that Kendrick Lamar Kendrick Lamar. Yeah, and that video. He's that video. He made was just that was a stunning which which one the one with the country tomorrow one with what's his name from. Yeah like House of car House of House of Lies lies, and he's yeah, he's just shooting randomly and it's an amazing. Yes, just a commentary on the culture today and it's just amazingly done. And what's his name that country guy Stapleton? Oh Chris Stapleton love him. He's just pure you know for country love anything Vince Gill ever touches. That's too he's a credible job. Like that old CMT those old country music. Yes. I didn't I'm Jewish. I can't really watch that. They won't even let me on yeah, it won't let you know. I'm like, oh Semitic alert right now. How much of like the this with the new band with how much do you write personally? Well with the new band me and the the band wrote everything on the new album except for a couple of Heart songs. We covered. Okay, we redid like these dreams this one and straight. Oh, no, we didn't put straight on I love it was Faith even in a folder and and I seen that lead on that one for for the road case album. Oh, that's amazing. My mom when I was when all I want to do very close to home. We started learning that one to my mom who is like yeah Mom. Yeah. She's very uppity. Yeah, Texas big hair big jewelry is a prettier Barbara birth. I know that Mom your mom and she was when so when that song came on. My mom was like I love this new song of implant and I'm like, oh, what is it? I don't know. Yeah, she couldn't even get me. So we're in the car like I'm going to mall or something and it comes on and she's like got twiddling her thumbs like on the steering wheel package. I was like, do you know what the songs about though? Cuz my mom's like real permanent properly. I don't think she was listening to the lyrics that like, I'm like, you know, there's a person that's trying to get so he's like off she thought she had no idea. I had a great kind of perfect. I had a moment like this. So when my daughter my daughter Lily was in gymnastics, and she was probably like at the time fourteen with her fourteen-year-old from all the back of my car and that song Flo Rida song came on called Whistle and they're all singing it and like I said, oh, yeah, I love this thing. I'm turning it up and Midway throw Iraq. Lies this songs about blowjobs. The entire song is about blow job and and my fourteen-year-old and all her friends. I they know what's around look. Yeah. Yeah, we turn this off now. Oh, you know, like you said Flo Rida, by the way, I just like you saying Flo Rida was good to Florida. I know that's what I thought you probably would have said, you know that Florida film, you know that Florida Feller off when all I want to do came out. Yeah, but it first came out. It was a mutt Lang po Pano fans. So many. Yes, Shania Hanson and Def Leppard for Thursday, but we changed the gender in Saw around so that the stories the woman picking up a stray man. Oh really in the rain, you know. Oh that's and wage thing. They make love, you know, like strangers and they found in a hotel and she yeah, it was a place she knew well, you know, and they banned just in Ireland wage. I really can't it in Ireland. I was like because you were like somebody just getting a once a woman. You know that having random sex became a strange man. Wow, how many strings before that? Yeah been reversed. Yes usual way. Yeah, it probably would just make no difference. You know. Well, I was I was going to stand. Lady like I was right like, you know, like doing a stupid of course is what I'm saying. Well you like listening to song lyrics Sometimes women have your lunches you don't like your singing along with the song that you've known your whole life. And then if you really stop and think you're like good makes sense like that song. I've been listening this for a while. I actually did this in my stand-up. I'm like salt and pepper. What a man. Yeah, you know, everybody knows the lyrics there. There's a there's a little bit says he spends quality time with his kids when he can wage. Oh, wow. What do you think winning? And I was like there was a song that was like so weird that said she spends quality time with her kids when she can get the kids out of that house off. Protective Services get yourself kicked out. I don't know what it is a knock-knock, I always kind of love that Joan. Jett never came that was like a pre-emptive but he spends quality guess we're kind of proud. You know, we were kind of proud it was banned because it made us feel more rock about everything a badge of honor. Yeah. I always like the Joan Jett never changed genders when she covered things. You know, what you did Crimson and Clover song. It's like you never see. I don't even know her and you know, it was like, oh, what are you saying? I was listening to some old John Sebastian songs from recently and I kind of noticed the same thing like there's stuff that you wouldn't have thought at the time like a younger girl keeps a Rollin cross my mind no matter how hard I try it seemed, you know, she'd never been in trouble or even in town, you know, like there was one that was like young know as I said for you is way yo change my birth. Jenny played me that video and we should put that video on you know, when I was like you were with all the drunks of a long it would just a baby and these guys get out of here. I know you all the time. I change my mind girl. Okay, you really know what I did not realize it cuz I remember hearing that so I was like very young. I was like, yeah young girl and that's all I know but no it's basically the the working title song is your 14 and I want to fuck you. You should leave it's like and I know it's wrong, you know, yeah. Yeah. Well, you can basically I'm going to rape you. You should leave I don't even trouble. Okay about the lyrics to this is when I also got me I was listening and I love the song but Alannah Myles Black Velvet, right? Yep. A little bit of that little boys black velvet slow southern style a new religion that'll bring you to your knees Black Velvet if you believe what the fuck does that mean? What is it? I don't know. I bet she can make any never really knew either but just my lyrics and like everyone loves the song Ice English it out. It's butt sex, right? Otherwise Color Me Badd or is it I woke you up. Yeah well and we can do it till we both wake up. Well, I remember like what Bill Cosby Show like who the hell was wrong? But I remember my parents and a lot of the people in my neighborhood. This is like the mid-seventies got super into a disco so they were very into disco and I'll never forget I was at a party with them with like all the kids were like when they and they're like some of the parents had taken like dancing lessons and they seemed so old they're probably like twenty fifteen years younger than I am now, but I remember like Donna Summer's Love to Love You Baby Baby was on and it was like the worst thing it's like I remember talking to my friend. Kenny was his parents were there. It's okay. I think hearing a song. This is a woman who's having an orgasm often. It's never that. Yeah. Yeah, same kind of thing or push push in the bush. I mean it was a push in the bush bush bush and God. Oh my God, you guys cover that. There you go after June July actually oceans there ad saying skyrockets in-flight. I'm just going to say actually would be great. Okay, so the young girl, but just just saying young boy my love for you is way too young but a woman who was that that was Gary Puckett, right? Oh, yeah, Gary Puckett. Wow, you and the Union Gap Union Gap. I couldn't remember that song. Yeah. Yep. Great boy had so he really did. I mean great song lyrics were like the same theme, you know, there was oh really? So this was this was his currently due time. It was another joke Rikers right now does Wawa have you got cheating on your life? It's just all that. That's amazing. I love that song. I'm looking there's another one. Oh my God. Yeah, there was there was a series of okay and woman over you young girl lady willpower lady willpower or never give your love to me off your heart with tenderness, right? That's amazing any willpower and they're going to be playing in Stafford, Texas on November 9th. And apparently, oh my God Stafford's really close to where I grew up. We gotta go see that we gotta go see Gary we got here see Gary Puckett. I want to see how many you know, I'm playing dress-up. Gary wasn't wasn't Gary Glitter. Also a pedophile. Yeah. Was that the other thing? Yeah here. I think there was a lot of them. Yeah. Yeah, but oh God, I love that song there. Yeah. I thought I don't know. Well, wildly inappropriate. Look how much time do we spend here about an hour? I think should you know look Nancy is a very busy woman in a lot of places to Thursday. I have an extra bedroom going to stay here and it's like practice power kicks together, you know, let me no big deal. Can we just this was everything we talked about? We honestly there's a text exchange between us that it was just like, holy shit. I'm so excited. It's like I know me too. We were like really really excited for this. So we've yeah, we were well, I'm I'm a fan of you guys to oh well, thank you are doing band. What should we play What Would We what what parts are should we play us out on well, we'll do it in post but young boy. Yeah. It's going to be a really cool version of these dreams on first things first. That's my favorite of all time. We're going to we're going to go out on on on these dreams often. First things first we talked about that song. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, definitely and I cannot make sure to add my photos and whatnot. Now anything you want to plug any dates the dates faith-based night December. I think we're at The Canyon Club in one of those days where The Canyon Club in Agoura Hills. Okay not don't miss that. We're doing that. Oh God. It's a doorway. It's the doorway really loves somebody just came on the door. And oh, yeah, Buffy was wagging it. You were in Santa Clarita at the canyon. Yeah place. I thought well, that's cool. And then the third one is the radio show for Christmas that we're doing somewhere in La that in la. Oh, sorry, I would travel to right here. But sometimes it's not that far and near you go. Oh, that's amazing. Well, Jenny anything you want a dog? I'll be in San Diego November 29th of the American Comedy companies. So if you're in San Diego, I watch that I will be at my house most of the time but you do have a book. I would unplugging. He started it my Twitter or Trump all proceeds go to Charities like Planned Parenthood will take a picture of that book for you. Well, you do this I thought oh, I'm so excited. Just go the most of it. I have I have one of my car for you get you one to. Yes. Yeah. So it's like he started. Com while all proceeds go to home life on Planned Parenthood and races not racist, but I'm racist and we had guy I know God we haven't talked to a guy or some Danny's a girl told me. Yeah. Oh, I think. 2005 that's the guy the guy I think this is one of your better you actually interviewed somebody. I think it's wonder, you know, I felt like a criticism. That's I guess we don't talk off. I talk again. Yeah, we have been accused by many of our guests, but just logging but we just started coming out from more like look we put ourselves and if you want to try to explain the fact we were on our way to yeah, we're we're too deferential but thank you so much for being here that I think like my new Volkswagen off because I would you help me move working. I'm so sorry about you and I clearly remember that. But, anyway, thanks for listening. I promise. We're just we're Troika now. We are are try, It's Ryan Garrett, right? Yeah, we can be near that bougie. We can be your your open just need for more people should just have me back anytime. Okay, we will you know where I live. So thank you so much. Yeah. It was such a pleasure and thank you. Love you have any and Danny? Thank you. Thank you. All right. His savings that I had ever heard. It's funny how your feet in dreams never touch. The your meals full of princes. Freedom is Acuras off crazy dreams in my boss boss boss.

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A Hard Megxit: What's Next for Harry and Meghan Without the HRH | Jam Session

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A Hard Megxit: What's Next for Harry and Meghan Without the HRH | Jam Session

"What's up guys? It's Kelly and welcome to the ringer podcast network this week to celebrate the one hundred episode of Watchos podcast Quentin Tarantino returns returns for the third and final movie and three part series with us in the final episode. Bill Simmons and Sean Fantasy discussed with one of his favorite movies. The nineteen ninety crime thriller King of New York. Make sure to check out this special episode and follow at Three watchable on twitter for highlights of all one hundred episodes. Welcome to emergency jam session. It's Monday actually at Sunday. I I'm truly outlet man. I'm admitted it's probably listening with us on Monday. But it Sunday and I'm really glad it is because this huge news happened yesterday and now Prince Harry also put out a statement himself this evening so we have a lot to cover timing really worked out for us. Thank you very much. I thought it wasn't going to work and then definitely did. That's positive. Should we begin with what the package is what they agreed on yesterday. Yes so there is a deal the the mix it has been resolved and it has been termed a hard. It's a hard hard magazine. It's very embarrassing for the British parliament. And Boris Johnson. This got done literally in a fraction of the time of the brexit which is yet to be resolved is true to borrow a The overworked twitter joke of the week from the press box. which is a great podcast? You should grab to. The Queen's should take over brexit. Negotiations was definitely on twitter a lot yesterday and I don't think that's constitutionally allowed. I'm not a British constitutional expert but it. They did get something done they did so. Let's go over the details of a lot of which which I think it was unfolding and there's some things that are in name in some things are happening specifically we go. State should be sentence by sentence through the Queen's statement. I or just let's let came out. I which notably social media has been kind of leading the way for their official statements and this came out out while the Rota reporters were then putting the details of the agreement out on their own. Twitter feeds just kind of interesting. They didn't use instagram. Or wherever you like your the details yes because the media and the involvement of the media in Harry and Meghan involvement with media is the crux of this matter still is we'll discuss so it's pretty intentional seriously. All right. So here's a statement from Her Majesty the Queen on the Buckingham Palace letterhead which is really lovely letter by away. You have letterhead in your life. I don't have letterhead but I do have a lot of monogram notepads as you probably know my desk. I've been thinking about some letter. I completely completely supportive. What am I going to baby gifts for my close friends as note cards with their new child? That's Nice thank you for the child too right okay for them to send like other. Thank you cards okay. Following many months conversation more recent discussions. I am pleased that together. We found a constructive and supportive way forward for my grandson and his family. Harry Meghan Archie. Archie will always be much-loved members of my family. I recognize the challenges. They have experienced as a result of intense scrutiny over the last two years and support their wish for more independent life. I want to thank them for all the dedicated educated work across this country the Commonwealth and Beyond and particularly proud of how Meghan has so quickly become one of the family is my whole family's hope that today's agreement allows him to start building a peaceful peaceful new a happy and peaceful new life. Okay so that's nice. There are literally no details in this. Let's literally non. The word family is in there like five times times at least maybe didn't count which is in keeping with her previous demon? Is clearly what she's trying to emphasize here is that she's using their first names. Zor Family. This is still a family affair. I Love Them. There's no bad blood. No one's feuding family family family family family family. We're all good as small F- family. Yes did you notice that some people people did point out following many months of conversations and more recent discussions which seems like an olive branch of to Harry and Megan of the whole they blindsided us. And I think that it's trying to save. Maybe we were surprised by some of the things but also they have been expressing this for a while like trying to bring resolution to that timeline. Yes definitely they're trying to make it seem like they didn't they were only blindsided by the timing of Harry and Meghan like websites essentially early and not by their desire to set back. Yes so that. Was the Queen Statement From Her Majesty the Queen. Then there was the official Buckingham Palace statement which read the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are grateful grateful to Her Majesty in the Royal Family capital off on their ongoing support as they embark on the next chapter their lives as agreed and this new arrangement. They understand they're required to step back from royal duties including official Merit Military Appointments. They will no longer receive public funds for royal duties with the Queen's Blessing. The Sussex is will continue to maintain their private patronage is and associations creations while they can no longer formally present the queen. The Sussex's have made clear that everything they will do everything they do will continue to uphold the values of Her Majesty and then lastly slay the details the Sussex says will not use their HR h titles as they are no longer working members of the royal family. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared their wish to repay sovereign grant expenditure for the refurbishment of frog more cottage which will remain there. UK Family Home Buckingham Palace does not comment. On the details of security arrangements there are well established independent processes determined. Herman the need for publicly funded security. This new model will take effect in the spring of Twenty twenty. Pretty fucking huge deal. They're out they're out and they're paying back reservations. That we wondered about our first question was what happens to Windsor. And they've been reading the comments because it's very smart of them to include that information that they will be giving back taxpayer money because he's really the last thing that anyone could hold against them. Yes and it also it was like real connection to what I think is probably one of the breaking points. This is just my own hypothesis this but over the summer with the private jet situation or people are so mad at them for taking a chat and there was question belly who paid for that all of the kind of luxury life stuff they do and I presume we will continue intended to do and enjoy because it's a luxury life and who doesn't like that they just don't want anyone to like chirp about cutting it off and I think that's one of the reasons why they wanted to have the financial independence but still be royal was to not have anyone be like. Why are you using our money for you to jet off to Corsica to Sardinia to wherever they were gone? Ah Yes I think. The other half of that is that they didn't want anyone to be able to say. Why are you using our taxpayer? Money when you are making like twenty a million dollars from net flicks and or your own version of like Oprah's tour. Yes which we will talk more about. I thought this was interesting from the Guardian and let's talk about the H.. Rage titles share more generally but the couple were unwilling to subject themselves to any financial scrutiny or review in future contracts. They struck the trade off was that they could not use their. HR H styles though they retain them so. This is very clear that they really want to be able to do what they want. And take the projects that they want line and not have anyone not have any oversight from from the press of the taxpayers. But also I think there is an internal committee in Buckingham Palace like a bunch of report ers whose job it is to make sure that anyone with a royal title is not taking on commercial enterprises that would disrespect or reflect poorly on the crowd. I think they've done a terrible job because Prince Andrew is under that scrutiny as all the queen's other children but none of that right and they also I think moreover don't want the media bring it up like obviously 'cause obviously there's loopholes if Andrew is doing andrew you know but I think they just. They're just like part of their word. We're no longer doing the Rhoda. We're no longer subject to your scrutiny. Basically yes and that's a big part of it. Yeah and so I think this was not well communicated in the first few hours which is totally understandable. They're not being stripped of their. HR shadows committing to not using them. This is the biggest point to me because here is my take. Take on this whole deal which may be a hard Mexico. This is one hundred percent. So totally reversible said reversible and and I think that's so intentional on the part of the royal family to`delays listen I I do actually wish Harry and Meghan the I I really do. I think they're really in love to a well. I've been reviewing the timelines and to be honest. They have not totally met a man as timelines four years ago. I know they've been moving quickly. But maybe Harry and Meghan and I have some different goals goals in life but I do wish them well so when I say that I do not think that they will be married in five years. It's not a reflection on them or their character. I think we said this before for the even got married. Yes we did. We gave it seven years. which is we're on track for? Yeah and and basically for this reason which was like how can you put someone who Meghan who has grown up up in America and it is accomplished independent intelligent woman and ask her to participate in this royal family situation. It just doesn't why would she do that. I also I will say people make fun of her a lot for having been on deal or no deal and for many other like seemingly embarrassing jobs but like who doesn't have an embarrassing job from early in career you know and I just think like she actually is a career woman like her chosen. Career is being famous and being an actress but like she has worked her way up in that. And so if you are as ambitious as she seems and that's often used as a day like oh she so ambitious I mean it as the Nice thing like I respect it like. Of course she wants to be able to like make make money and be out there like. That's the past she chose. She went to North Western. Because it has a great drama school. And like you can learn how to be an address and I will also say even before she was with Harry h she was using her success. Ambition for charitable issues and advocacy. And there's that famous video of her eleven or twelve writing who did she write something. Sexist said about Hillary Clinton. I mean she has been working for bigger than herself for much longer than she's been a part of the royal family. Yeah so I I do admire her. But on the flip side now that they're out. Harry has grown up in the UK in just the most privileged privilege sheltered bubble of all time has obviously gone through a lot of difficult family trauma and some of that is still unresolved. He's at odds with a a fair amount of his family right now and then is moving across the world to start a brand new life with very little support system outside of one person who does love him very much. That's that's tough tough tough ass. It's very hard so I hope I hope I'm wrong. But it does seem like this deal was put together are by members of the Royal Family who are also aware of some of the future complications and I think if it gets to a point where there are no longer married Harry Ken Right. They'll go back not married or even vendor snowing her happy maybe they just want back in. But I think you're absolutely right. I also think they'll still get divorced. As far as I've heard marriage is really hard and it sounds like the stress. They're under makes makes it even more difficult. It just changes over time you know and and it is it can be difficult. It's just like a partnership and I think the more that you get into it. It's not like you ever reach plateau. And and they have been doing. They've had so much thrown at them and they're so much more change that's coming. There are going to be living a very very very different life verily in though he can make money. I don't think like the consequences of income. Could possibly mean anything to him and it's not like to be clear. He's he's the it's not confirmed but it hasn't been at Ted's not happening. They're still getting money from Charles is riches or whatever so I think they are getting money from him but it's not not clear awards Charles Money whether it's from the Duchy of right. Whatever from the MAGNA CARTA Ray? So it's not like a hard cut off like when you graduate from college and your parents like announce your time to get a job and support yourself. That's not happening but nonetheless like money doesn't solve everything though does solve many things but I think for Harry it's always solved everything and handset because there's just never in the consideration and everything like a new girl royal and you are the Queen's grandson and in line for the fourth in line for the front throwing what she was for a very a long time you just have certain things are taken care of. I think that's true. I think he's also and I don't want to overstate this. He's kind of losing a sense of purpose purpose his entire life and job up until now have been to do things whether it's military service or do charity events on behalf of the Queen and of the UK and that's that's his job that's what he's known to do what's he gonNa do now. I don't think he's going to law school and like and by all accounts he really really loved his involvement the military service and really cares about the charities. I mean I guess I'll continue to do charity work. But yes so. They're allowed to continue to do their patronage manages in the kind of like a private way right but they he is losing all of his military associations right which is sad. His title was passed down to him by the Duke of Edinburgh his grandfather. Father Yeah which is like you know and also watch the crown which of course isn't completely factual but you do get the clear sense that the mountbatten family really cares about the military and their the military service and their role within it and it's a pretty big deal. Yeah I think for a long time it was really the only quote career that they have and it is stratified right and there is a sense of you. Work your way through something. And they didn't have that many options. Philip gets so mad because his career is taken away from him right. Yeah it's it's pretty wild but I think the cruise like the main takeaway from the arrangement is that they didn't want anyone questioning how they make money. And there's a there's a reversibility clause here. Yes we can. We can go back on this people. Yes who'd save we will but but they can next crucial piece of it. They'll pay back the two point. Four million pounds spent on frog more will now pay commercial rent. So that's about four million dollars at. They're paying back for some newspaper that I read and paying commercial rents that I mean who knows how much gosh that is so I think we learned recently. Are you aware that Heathrow airport is like next door to Windsor Castle. I was aware that's close. Yes and that one of the runways a save. The plane's just take off base over Windsor. I didn't know that part. And so I I think thanks low-value noisy. Well I do think a lot. The refurbishment was like soundproofing because the planes are just like very low and rattling over the house. The whole time you know that happens and I you think probably if you're the royal family that's the price you gotta pay for living in a castle because people. Do you need to have access to an airport but I I get it I maybe maybe the commercial rents aren't as high as as they would be otherwise. Yes that's what I'm saying. Okay next they will live lar- they will largely live in North America Mhm It's been reported that Megan is looking at quote luxury. Close quote real state in Vancouver where they've been saying. It doesn't say they'll be living it doesn't and I think we are both in agreement that within an under a year they will have a home in the Los Angeles area. I'm putting my money on Malveaux that that makes sense. Is that accessible to her. Mother's home her mother's on the West Side I believe so yes I think her. Mom's like in like Santa Monica Palisades area. Okay and that'll be the same ame school district and you can get a lot of privacy in Malibu and That seemed like a great place to be for them. It really does the security costs. I have not yet been developed. I don't know whether you were following the Canadian newspapers last week. Yes they all said they do not WanNa pay for it. They were not not not into taking on the costs of Harry and Meghan Security which is reasonable. They're just like no. Yeah but so. That's one of the things that all of the reports like. There's no clarity on and I guess that's even in the official statement on who will handle the security cost. Then they're saying that you can't make that public because then it's no longer secure valid point. Yeah I got that. If you're Canadian though check your taxed up and then crucially. This doesn't go into effect until the spring of two thousand twenty and that's probably like a few months essentially Angela and we'll get to Harry's engagement that he had tonight but from Chris Ship who works for ATV he was he was asked role. It'd be further royal engagements in the UK for the sausage. Says says he asked that and the answer was yes but they did not say if it was both Megan and Harry. So it's possible that Megan is done with her appearances. Yeah he reply to Willoughby both Megan Harry was. We're not commenting on the detail. And he read that as Meghan really is out and does not interested. It does seem like they will possibly really be at things like ceremonial things like the keeping of the caller and other things to support the queen. At the Queen's invitation not dissimilar to how Czar Peter Phillips write a apprentice ends kids who are not who president declined their titles for them so they are members of the royal family but they are also not age rages right and they do show up in their considered part the family. I wish I had known more about an earlier time. Because she could have been my favorite royal for a while but she deaf she definitely is now outside of Meghan. Harry who wouldn't call my favorite but I'm most interested or sit in but like Andrews made a lot of decisions. Yeah I think that she there was a lot of pressure on her but instead of feeling put out about that she was like. I'm just going to live my life. Yeah and do the best that can be instead of throwing a tantrum about it and she kind of set a baseline for her kids where they were both in and out. The whole time like could've could've been so different. I mean I mean it was different. 'cause they're not Diana's children they weren't Charles's children obviously but like this is come up a little bit in the press last few days. That might be the best. Example are sorry Zarin Peter. Her husband is Mike are the best example because they don't have. Hr Age but they do have a title and they are royal but not fair fairly early regular and whatever. Yeah I mean. I think they're kind of they're the same generation as William and Harry but there are generation removed from in the sense. That William and Harry are your brothers but William is theoretically going to be the king. Yeah and Harry is just like leftover and so it's what you would do as the kind of the despair or the spare. The air in the less significant sibling where Harry could have if Harriet followed an lead princess lead. It might have been better. Yes well I mean he could have been happier. Who knows but there's so much like now revisionism? That will that will happen. And I actually wanted to talk about that revisionism before we get into Harry Harry statement. which is I think that the royal press the Rhoda has we now all know their name new pretty much exactly what was coming because on Thursday and Friday there was a lot of pieces coming out about how this is kind of? Harry always wanted to get away from it and Harry always sort of dreamed of moving to Africa and committing himself to charity or the military and not really being like a quote unquote senior. Royal making all these appearances and whatnot and I'm just like these are really moving pieces. Great Portrait of Harry. Why the fuck hasn't anyone said this in the the last two years it's been all this Megan's tearing them apart Megan's making Harry so unhappy like all of this stuff and it's just like oh you all have just been sitting on these columns about Harry wanting out? Yeah it's interesting in a Lotta ways. It really does prove Harry and Meghan points. Yeah because the callers have been written by the royal correspondence like Rebecca English who writes for the Daily Mail. She's my Go-to and who I thought. Did a really lovely and pretty fair column because she has been covering Harry for fifteen years and she's a part of the railroad and Johnny Diamond. WHO works for the BBC wrote a similar piece? About how Harry's always wanted out and the Meghan thing is just a racist racist unfair myth and these people are separate from the people who put together the headlines that the front page of the Daily Mail or the her back. English is not saying like capitalize. This word and my headline editor right and they're also not. They are separate from the really really horrific on for much of which was in the Daily Mail yet. We talked about in that buzzfeed roundup on the last podcast. Be a which is not too. I'm not trying to absolve the daily mail of any of it. I'm just saying that these people are are have worked with Harry for a long time and so and they're separate from kind of the rest of the coverage and I think think for most of it they have been covering them in a way to maintain access right and maintain the relationship. Because you only have as much watches like Harry's willing to tell you and we've seen clips especially in the last few months of her again little snippy with people asking questions and he is not. He's they made no secret of the fact that he doesn't like the media and doesn't like the intrusion so if it's your job to cover him all the time you Kinda gotta you don't print everything all at once. Is I think the strategy. Because you're playing the long game right right. I guess that makes sense. I think they're still kind of like there was never. We're like really a reasoned response to Meghan. Harry's how how were they were doing things. It was just sort of always pretty sensational. And I don't think I really got a feel for for how much Harry Care. Best charities except for like the last like nine months essentially and a lot of that also is because he like so many men in their twenties and early thirties like to party. And that's totally fine like that seem fun. That's also would have been great reality. Show where she could have had cameras the whole time. All the clubs in Mayfair. But like a Harry is like the party boy was the picture we got and I'm sure that was partially true. Because our people go through life as is and he just had to grow up that like in front of the cameras loving to party and like if you have that access you it's maybe you Amanda would not but like it just seems fun you maybe. We'll try it out whatever's but like I just think this this thoughtful sorta this thoughtful man. Looking for a different Britain. Life was just not really an image that had been portrayed very frequently except in more recent months particularly in the last few days everyone dropped author column about this like on Thursday or Friday. It's totally true and I think you're right. It was not a coincidence. And you have to wonder whether they're like they were being asked to soften are also in addition to trying to develop a relationship with Harry. They're working with the palace they're working with a lot of different people and it's a pretty I was GONNA say symbiotic attic. But that's not the word parasitic relationship where the Royal Family needs media coverage or else if they don't exist right and the media needs real family because they're wildly wildly popular. I know so everyone is kind of working together right and I think at sometimes I think if you write all of this stuff then then perhaps like the people press office at Buckingham Palace is calling being like how dare you. We need to. We need to keep his narrative together. And I don't want to say they were always like the the party guy. Image always came through. This isn't really about like what was fair. It wasn't fair because I do think some of the stuff we knew about Harry before was probably like very true and also like as Isaac as a young man he did a lot of really stupid ignorant nearly one might say like bigoted things like using racial slurs or wearing a Nazi uniform. Warm like he did some fucked up shit like let's not gloss over that but it's just it's just this sort of this recent portrayal this really sweet guy who just who felt trapped opt is now. That's all I'm saying is true. And that's actually why. I like the Rebecca English because she was both like he was very thoughtful. Sweet Guy. Yeah and also. We'll talk about wanting to leave. Leave with it. Didn't seem like he had any real world awareness of what that would mean right and thank God. Bless her she even says he's not the most like intellectually really sharp person. I've ever met and I was like well. That's good. That does scare them. I'm glad that's out in the room totally and I think that's just even in this conversation. It's so hard to see the royal people like in a measured way in general. Yeah because the press around them so sensational their lives are so much sean and extravagant than like even the richest non royal people can understand like a different way of life still projecting expectation onto them. I particularly since a lot of them. Don't speak very frequently. It's very easy to have those projections. It's still shocking. When I hear Charles speak like I feel like I've just hear his voice so and frequently it's true and and and he is lovely Queen's English into a lovely accent he has so you know it's not because he's not doing events and being recorded all the time it's just like no one wants wants to hear from him so it doesn't get reported and Harry gets aggregated all the time because we all want hear about it and really about Meghan right? Yeah let's move on to what he said tonight which I Found quite moving and almost started crying. I just thought it was like well. Let's read a statement and then we can dive into it so oh he had a speaking engagement tonight at the Ivy for it which is in London for Bali charity that he co founded to support young people in Southern Africa ah by HIV. I believe this was a continuation of Diana's work as well. Yes so it's something he's been involved with for a really long time and feels really strongly about it was a pretty long statement which again and we saw on Rebecca English is twitter feed. So I recommend you check that out. There's a lot of good information there. And just a couple of choice quotes. He says the decision that I've made for my wife and I had to step back is not what I made lately. It was so many months of talks after so many years of challenges. I know I haven't always gotten it right. But as far as this goes there really was no other option he continued. Our hope was to continue serving the Queen and the Commonwealth and my military associations but without public funding. Unfortunately that wasn't possible and then he added to the media. You looked out for me for so long but the media media as a powerful force and my hope is one day our collective support for each other can be more powerful because this is so much bigger than just US monthly either a couple of notable things in these sections nations. I want to talk about. Let's do it the decision that I have made for my wife and I to step back I have made very deliberate. Yes and you have spoken at great length and I think you're correct and we've tried to point out that we've been calling. It makes it a lot of people have very unfairly. Ben Blaming this on Meghan. But Harry is Harry's family is he is equally responsible for all of this and I think it's notable that he's trying I take full responsibility as a way to kind of chill some of the blame. Yeah and also people just like him more in the press so yeah I guess that's true taking over the team I would call it paternalistic. But it is so specific to the situation that I think it's like chivalrous and a sweet way I think it also does acknowledge that some of it is family family issues and one aspect of marriages deals with us. And and we're we're the line is and let me tell you. That's an always evolving one. So oh I I appreciate it. And this one that he is his family and he's taken the I also. He says so many years of challenges which I think could imply that it's supposed to be even before Meghan this. This has been hard for him for a long time. Yes I do think at one point during the in the speech he talks about his mother's death and how the country and I believe this charity in particular earlier took him under their wing and looked out for him and he's very grateful for that and he is certainly connecting it back to those experiences. which makes it's completely understandable that he is obviously very much making this decision in light of everything that happened to his mother? Totally and to your point before that media quote that is read that he had said when I lost my mom twenty three years ago. You took me under your wing. Yes really that's really beautiful and also like does add dimension to Harry to like understand that he kind of retreated to her charities as as win having connection to it. It's very it's very sweet and also I think it's so rare for them to acknowledge the perception of Diana a Anna and in his speech. He also said I've grown up feeling support from so many of you and I watched as you walk with Megan with open arms as you saw me find the love and happiness. I had hoped for for all my life. Finally finally the second son of Diana got hitched array. And that's just like so like you actually are way more expert on like Ziona than I like. How often do people say things like that? That from the royal family themselves. Yeah I guess not that much but I think you cannot underestimate the amount of attention attention. I mean. How big a deal that was? I mean there have been like so many movies about it but that was like a wild national event for all of those for everyone involved loved and all of that fell on William and Harry and Harry was twelve years old and has been carrying that burden both personal and public for a very long time. I don't think that's the thing that has ever fully resolved. I think going to be a part of him and his decision making for like an extremely long time now extremely forever. It's it is truly life changing but everyone does kind of look at him in in in that light. You can't separate the two totally. He also just one other thing. He said that that was so sweet. was that His sons saw snow for the first time. Recently in in Archie loved it and it just kind of weird watching a very public person go through like a life life transition and turning into like a dad so he totally is the main thing. It's like eight life transitions at once. Yeah really really a lot. It's a lot it's just. It's pretty wild. I thought I thought the speech was pretty remarkable and I also think pretty perfect cap on like this two weeks ago and I kinda. I hope that it's allowed to live as sort of like their their word on it for a little while I think it will until they're like the next phase start until they've actually moved. He's really until the financial things are until their next plans. And what Sussex Royal and whether they can even taste you you know. Sussex royal is under debate. But what what Harry and Meghan in the US and financially independent like actually looks like totally. We're going to get to this later but I'm just can we talk about. This is good or bad for the royal family. The impact on them. Because I I have been thinking a lot about it and ultimately I think this is pretty a big blow for the monarchy as a toossion. I agree the Queen Today as her first public act after this being settled or at least having the resolution. She urged her courtiers to find. Does want to charge. As she does and Sandringham she does and she often has members of the family with her and today the a member of the family she had with her was Andrew. Yep that's the loan royal who attended church with her and she used this extremely high profile photo offer. She knew that people would be around to give Andrew. I picture in a long time. He skipped the walk at Christmas and Sandringham. So we haven't seen him in a while and I think that is incredibly ashort side and move and it's not this is that's Roy. That's big family. Because that's a photo op that you do for the cameras. Yes and too soon Zun and I just think. That show's really poor decision. Making I I agree with that. The only counter would be if she is photographed autographed alone going to church and then it suddenly like she has no family left. It's a- tab perfect. I know but I think Anna's maybe not available. I think part of the reason is Andrew is there is because he doesn't have a job he has. He's not doing any way. No one else is talking to him and so he has to be. He's following the queen around and I do you wonder whether sending her out Solo sends a message of like all my have Abani. Yeah and I'm just like an old lady I don't it's not great. The the Prince Andrew thing is A as you have already have to be so grateful to Harry and Meghan for distracting it but that is not a resolved issue. A lot of people have started wondering if Harry and Meghan aren't going to use their. HR H aged is Prince Andrew going to continue to use his. HR H or. Can they just take it away from him right. I guess just to me go back to the family about Out Harry may yeah like going back. Three years ago is a real loss like for all of the petty stuff that it seems like Harry and Meghan have done. And all the unforced errors. They've had they brought not only like a revived interest in the family but also like some different ways of doing things. Yes that while really really maybe the kind of like hard to except for like pure royalists. I thought exciting. And it's just sort of like okay so now we just back to the these visits to various charities with little impact and I will say one thing. The little charities. Tina Brown was my hero. Tina Brown was on today show and she was talking about Yes yes and she was talking about. How a lot of the events that will in keyed in Harry and Meghan are and Prince Charles and Camilla? You're not super glamorous. It's going to the opening of a hospital is going to a local children's charity that works on mental health or any number of things. It's not it's not high profile ray but they are also kind of the things that matter. It's working on site specific way. And I think I'm an asshole like for people who get get to meet them one time it's like absolute thrill and I also so think I do not think that there is a modern justification for the royal family but like the only defense even slightly that I could muster is that you're separating figureheads kids from politicians and they represent like the interest of the state and the community. Someone is coming in being like we actually do care right that this hospital aspel is being open and we do care about the work that you're doing for kids mental health or whatever issue that it is that there is something like stately and supportive supportive about it so I do understand why they weren't interested in doing it though I the kind of thing that's one of the things that I think slightly heavier but I absolutely do think that it's a loss for the royal family because they brought energy and people cared and people wanted not hear what they had to say about mental health or about all of the other issues they gave a real spotlight ultimately felt pretty contained by what they could do within that system. Which is true understandable? But you know it's also clear that they wanted to be shining stars. Yeah definitely they're just so it's just funny like they are so dynamic in the literal sense which is like there's there's sort of multifaceted duo in terms of celebrity and interest like what's their purpose. It's just it. It is like all of the words that you use when trying to indicate like an absence of simplicity. It's thorny it's fraught it amick damage. It's all these things these things at once. Yeah because it is also it's also why people care so much about them. Yes because everyone can find about family family. Everybody has a difficult family family where they don't like the way that they're the role that they have within and they wished they could just go be themselves relatable Situation Like I get it and everyone has a job that they would rather be doing something else saying everybody wants to not have people yelling at them on the Internet Internet all the time we all want that we all don't watch roles right so and and you wanna be able you want choice. Everybody wants to be able to make a life for themselves right. So it's so understandable and then it's also I mean I can't help but be nosy about it right. I think the other reason i. I think it's like a loss is a lot of the papers reported. Like essentially Harry and Meghan got what they want which is to move whereas the palace would have wanted them to stay essentially really if if they could have but it seems like just the cleanest break was you guys are out and you can have your new life. There's no you can't do anything in between so it was a compromise. But AH apparently like the way it's being reported was ultimately Harry and Meghan my read on it is still that Megan was like I can't do this anymore. Which I think is completely understandable grantable because as as we discussed lives like are you can you? Do you WanNa do this even before they got married just because it is such an unnatural way of living and then then Harry rightfully chose to want to be with his wife right instead of trying to be you know keep making whatever sacrifices they have to make doc within the royal family. I just feel like I feel like I'm having a personal like Christ it not crisis but like it's really weird to like work through my feelings but this institution that and I've just sort of like with for no reason like so many people have because like you know will and Kate's wedding was like one of my favorite history court circle events. I lived through like ever. Yeah it was such an incredible. That was the good of the Internet when like you could watch it and then like catch up with all the photos totally and it's like so weird for me personally to be like working through like do I care about these people. Should I care about these people. I totally agree and I've been having this conversation with so many people it's like. How do we feel about this and also so like do we want this to be good or bad for the royal family and will you keep following the royal family and like I probably will because because I still think it's such a historical anomaly? It's so fascinating. Yeah at the same time. I don't see how it's sustainable I have to. They have no interest in Charles like at all and he when he is king. Like that's just like okay. Let me know in. That's over kind of thing I mean. I think that's a real problem. I don't wants the Queen Dies you know with respect to the while you know. Her Mother did live over one hundred so she is advancing age but when the Queen is no longer with us I I just can't imagine a modern society being like. Yeah sure this guy. He's our king and will continue. Can you imagine a coronation in like twenty twenty four. I can't with all of the oil and all of the pomp and circumstance can't no I. I honestly can't and I think one of the things that I so love about. The Queen is that in this particularly tumultuous political moment around the world like American politics aside. She's the lone constant of like yes. World War Two life and as the rest of that is rapidly changing and every country in the world is being remade right now. It's so comforting to have the queen but once the queen is is Kinda is no longer with us. What's the point? Yeah there's a really great piece from a couple of years ago by Sam night in the Guardian The Guardian and it's about the preparations through the queen's funeral which is fascinating on like just how the palace and all this stuff that was a great piece but you know it makes some really smart cultural observations visions of one of them being that most people say that kind of like the great y- England like empire but also the idea of a successful Britain ended with the death of Winston Churchill. But he's like but really it'll be the queen because she's the last link and a lot of ways it's time that's I mean not you know. No one is wishing for the Queen's death. Okay that's not that's not I'll be really sad she's gone. Hot the part of this podcast but the idea that of Britain as a glorious empire is like nope yeah the Sun has set on that and then some so to catch ideologically makes a lot of sense but most most people in Britain have had the Queen as the queen for their entire life right. And so when it's when it's defined such want specific way I don't know how you you accept continuity and accept this new thing it just it. It seems like such a logical totally imbalance. Especially because when you think about British history and we're kind of getting off course we'll get back to you when you think about British history. The foremost important France in my opinion are Henry the eighth Elizabeth. The first Victoria the second none of the rest of them are nearly as famous. I mean the James's in the Charles's or different for the revolution reasons and whatnot. But that was just very. It's it's just like there were three. Such distinct monarchs lead the way we talk about British history and it's very strange to think about that changing being over and then also kind of like this kind of current problem in the NBA. where it's like after Lebron like who's the next star? It's kind of like what what are we going to do here is. It doesn't have the same kind of right gravity and similar with the Queen's sort of like once she's no longer with us do people care and like white. Will they care gun. Because the relationship unshipped people have to hurry into the monarchy as ben one developed over such a long period of time and is also so specific at this point. No one's used to transferring it. Yeah in the way that again. They were for the shorter eighty years ago or ninety s ago. I don't know yes basically because it also wasn't it wasn't that long in between Vittorio analysts but that's true so it's just very very strange. I find it very personally emotional and like I find a lot of personal conflict between my interest in politics over there and I think this is one of actually the the real Shamsa the Harry and Meghan thing is because I think they left for financial reasons is it seems like is that they needed to create a separate life which is understandable but financially. They couldn't be both a part of the royal family and living being their separate life Dissidents too hard to manage financially but if they could've figured something out where where Harry and Meghan can actually be doing what they WANNA do. But in a way that is still a part of the royal family that is a roadmap forward for the royal family and it's a real L. missed opportunity right in terms of modernizing that institution right. It's the whole thing is really. It's it's heavy I find. It has the Amanda I really do to Jeff. Let's do some true or false okay. We ready hit this first. One Prince. Harry's wind quit for ages. Yes yes yes that is true even even when he was dating Chelsea Davies the rooms like he'd love to move to Africa with Chelsea Davis. Which Okay Harry? Night and working for net flicks sudafed through. Ted Sorrento's was asked on a red carpet if you'd want to work with them and he was like yes. Sure who wouldn't which is great business sense. I am Oh absolutely yeah definitely ah yes. People care about them so much like this peak of what they of people caring about them. They're buying coastal waterfront house in Canada. Asu there are pictures of specific home in Vancouver. That they're looking at. This is absolutely not house. We're GONNA buy because you can see the house next door in the photograph autograph not massively surrounded by hedges. To- private security. That's that's writing now but makes no sense for them because you can get a lot of privacy up there and there's like a lot of spending spend like you can I think they'll be up in the hills closer to Agoura Hills Calabasas side to the actual ocean but like that would be a great place to them and also really easy to have security. You just ask. Drake Justin Awesome Bieber. The kardashians like it's a good place to Nestle. Megan and Harry are really serious about working about Disney voiceover work. So more footage from the Disney Lion King Vermeer was released and this actually it makes me think less of Harry as a person with social or emotional intelligence or a a sense of humor but it does make me think that he wasn't actually asking for voice over work. It's like they're doing a bit. Yes dies and they decided that they're red carpet. Bit would be this kind of like hokey. We can do voice over. I might be reading that wrong. It might have been like a joke but also think about it. I think it may have started. Initially brought up was real but then like turned into like a red carpet. Joke or something like that. I agree with you and I think this is a testament to the Daily Mail's manipulation. Because they have been the one both times resurfacing these videos. Yeah trying to make them like that. In my opinion it's still preoccupied that whatever is being said I. It's not a socially comfortable situation. She looks uncomfortable in those in. I thought at the time she looked uncomfortable and the photos and I think she's comfortable in these videos. She does not see many. She also was like three months after giving burns during birth so I can't imagine she was like thrilled to be back in and in public life already but she seems particularly uncomfortable in that setting. Even that showed us Bob Eiger so it was also your shot just being like what's going a little bit as well. We'll just like what what's happening really really uncomfortable. Sure False Thomas Markle's goals opinions matter at false absolutely not. Get this guy out of wiry doing this. I'm doing this. But this is kind of some of the most hurtful and the gross parts of the tabloid coverage that they're just calling. This guy didn't use any chance. They dropped their lawsuit now. They're they're not even participating with the Royal Rhoda. I don't think so. Because I think that there was a piece in the Guardian today. and OP ED. Just about all the hacking scandals and I think that they think it's a part of it I also just like their tangle with the media is not over. Yeah if they think that just because they're moving to Canada that no they will. Yeah no longer have like the Paparazzi or interest. They've been misinformed smarter than that. And I think they have to know that a lot of ways it's more valuable than ever and you know. Hopefully they'll figure out a security system that works for them and a way to use that to their advantage but I know I don't think that they're done warring with the brass us have they ever heard of TMZ a little fame. We like to call good luck to them. Welcome to thirty Mile Zone my friends so how long before you think we moved ally. I ah I agree with you end of the year. They might be looking now they could have a place now they could. Maybe an obvious president hadn't come out but there's so much done in secret. NAH under shadow organizations. Everyone's gotTa Trust which is why they will move here. Yeah there's also because we're mother lives here right and she grew up here. Yeah she grew up here and she has a young child wants. Because we're a family so I'm sure he'll go to school here. I have no doubts. I I would be shocked if Archie Mountbatten Windsor did go to school in Los Angeles. The private school right now if you had to put money on it today. Wow I think one of the valley okay. I'm just heard heard Westlake. Okay Wow I think the only other alternative is going to someplace like Exeter the northeast because similar to what Harry did. It's a lot you can ensure privacy. It's a lot of other like really well to do. Kids who play hockey and ride horse really seemed like the boarding school tights. She doesn't and a lot of ways. It seems like a rejection action of the type of place where you get sent away to school. When you're eight years old? What happened? It happened to Jane Fonda. Yeah it's true my life I Jane Fonda whatever it was called so far but one of those one hundred bucks. I'm running really liked that we're going to read becoming by the way at some point. Yeah Yeah we'll do it. I have a hard time China the OBAMAS because I love him so much the I if I can't have the my life like publicly as political people. It's very hard for me to have in my life at all it. They're honestly kind of pretty close model. For what Harry and Meghan lately agree. I completely agree. Like can't you seem Meghan. Markle being thrilled all to like have her name as the executive producer on American factory to S. which by the way American factories an extraordinary film to anyone who is interested in. I don't know great film experiences. Also the state of capitalism in the world. I'm excited to watch it on down. Yeah I mean. That's why I think the Netflix thing. Ted's Sorrento's smart to say sure. Why not but also I can absolutely see them doing that type of work because it's very clear they want to be working like just a really high level level at like high distribution? They don't want to be doing the local visits. They Wanna be doing things that reach a lot of people yes so I think probably and also so just kind of how they navigate their private and public life which we hear from Michelle and Barack Obama when they want to post their favorite movies too into twitter instagram. And and when it's Michelle Obama's birthday and occasionally when Barack Obama goes golfing but otherwise you don't really see them. They kind of make private appearances. They write books. I prefer I have Harry and Meghan in my life in that capacity like when they actually well his speech today found really touching but like I've been thinking a lot about the moment in their kind of versus down on after got engaged where she tells the story of her asking their mutual friend while as he kind to be kind like that Kinda Shit makes me cringe. I did think about that the other day. Go well there's all it's not always been great time with mags so I just hope I think she's most effective when she's giving speeches at events. I was watching the speech that she gave at the smart works event when she was talking about kind of the the clothes that you wear to an interview and the confidence and what a community when I was like. Oh you're really good at this S.. You should be doing this. This is another really cheesy thought but I. I was looking at Rashida Jones instagram this morning and she thanked Sarah's whose video for brave just got one hundred million views on youtube and it was the first Johnson rejected and she was like thank you Sarah for pushing needed do this. Even though I didn't know what I was doing. That's what real female friendship and support. Looks like and like I totally agree with that. Like banging is best. And I feel like the support of women in equality best when it's like tied to actual work doc in actual like substance and I think that she actually is a positive force when it comes to like doing stuff like the smart works thing was really smart and meaningful and like actually makes makes a difference and I do think in many ways she can be a positive force in those world. We're giving her a platform if she's allowed to like do the charity that she actually connects. Excellent yes I think I one hundred percent ruth all that and I think it's so telling that we have just been talking about Meghan Markle only in this context the whole time. God God bless Prince. Harry who is clearly as you pointed out really devoted to charity work and especially as it connects to the memory of his mother and I don't mean to undermine that not at all I don't I don't know what my guys going to do. I can you see my guy like hosting an arena crowd and doing his version of the Oprah thing with the the giant Jumbotron behind him. No I just really. I don't think he can pull it off in the way that she can. And I think it's GonNa be fascinating trying to watch them figure that. Out Someone. Like Oprah Oprah is closer to the tradition of a mega church than she is. Is You like the tradition of celebrity cloistered celebrity. And now I think that the American American celebrities who've come to have mega fame are the ones who can command. Stadium and Oprah can do that Taylor swift can do that and markle might be able to be able to because it is required higher amount of performance. And I don't buy that I don't mean artifice but you do have to be a turn it on turn it on and Meghan Markle can do that. She is trained trained in it and she also has the inherent natural quality. But I think about Harry on the other hand what will he do. He will play golf. He Play Golf. I'm sure he does us whether they play golf. Played Polo they do all sorts of really unusual Played Golf in Scotland home of golf you but I think they only go to eh moral and Scotland. I don't know pick it up is my guess. I feel like he'll just like they'll go to the mov- cliquot like Polo match here. Like they'll do. Do you like sport at Yak and Probably Like Take Up Surfing and Oh my God that'd be so great. I can't wait but I can't see that happening. I I guess so what he does. He's my biggest question. I don't know it's a really good question. I think this is a real real win for her and I think he wants it. I don't think L. for him but I agree with you like the next ten years of Prince Harry's life are like there's not a blueprint whereas for her. There's a lot clearer sense because even like with the OBAMAS has I think Barack and Michelle are equal in their commitment to their current pursuits and for the entire time that we've been aware of them. It's been very clear that Michelle is equal to him every way except for the fact that she didn't run for president because she didn't want has no interest in couldn't yeah. That seems like I think one of the reasons. She's so inspiring is because it's like a clear partnership and a lot of equality lease on the outside doesn't feel the same way with Harry and Meghan. Yes the Royal. aww Yeah one hundred percent. It's fascinating to watch. It really is what journey. We've been on this past few weeks so true. I feel like I've heard from a lot of people. I've likes talking with you about that. Who is listened and sent us to feedback? We appreciated that as well. It is fun to talk about. It really is also think we'll keep talking about about it definitely. Yeah thanks for listening. And don't forget to keep up with ringer dish throughout the rest of the Week mm-hmm yeah.

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Dr. Habib Sadeghi On Healing Trauma, Discussing Suicide, & How Anger Hurts Only Ourselves

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

1:11:44 hr | 6 months ago

Dr. Habib Sadeghi On Healing Trauma, Discussing Suicide, & How Anger Hurts Only Ourselves

"The phone following podcast is a deer media production. This episode is brought to you by a ritual. You guys know I'm a Human Guinea pig and I'm still here taking ritual and a loving it K-, it's with iron vitamin E magnesium full eight and Omega Three Kinda. Everything. It's made in the USA without synthetic fillers. Ninety five percent of women do knock the vitamins and minerals they need on a daily basis. So ritual created a smarter vitamin with nine essential ingredients. Women lack most go to ritual dot com slash skinny today to choose clean ingredients backed by science sign up now at ritual dot com slash skinny. She's a lifestyle blogger extraordinaire fantastic, and he's a serial entrepreneur, a very smart cookie and now Lauren Evert's in Michael Box Dick bringing you along for the ride. Illness. Welcome to the skinny confidential in and her. Well. I mean, what would it be if there was a hut coal somewhere and you were to pick it up to throw it at me? Who's the first person that's going to get burned? You. and. That's and no one has taught us that. Coming in hot everybody with another episode that clip with some guests, the show Doctor Habib Sadeghian on this episode, we are talking about how the body is the theater of our consciousness. Really getting into it or also really diving into trauma. And how trauma can cause some of the illnesses in the body he has a very interesting story. He talks about it on this episode about how he had something happened to him when he was very young and he developed cancer and so. He really dive into that he gives a lot of science behind it. Very interesting episode. I got a little emotional guerrilla emotional I. Mean it's an emotional episode I. Think you know outside of talking about trauma we also about how anger and sadness and pain can also manifest itself in very negative ways within our within ourselves, our consciousness, our bodies. So I think this episode is is really good for anybody that's looking to try and let go of trauma or anger or fear or sadness, and he'll, and we also talk about porn because we have to throw that in and. Then there's one tip in here that he dives into that I think will help so many people I know I'm going to do the specific tip. It's a writing exercise and I honestly think it's like the foundation of this episode with that let's introduce. Dr Sedates. Here's the founder of behind Healing Integrative Medical Center in Agora hills he specialized in multidisciplinary approach to chronic illnesses such as cancer autoimmune disease with comprehensive treatment protocols that incorporate a wide range of interventions with a master's degree in spiritual psychology emphasizing consciousness with that doctor sedates welcome to the skinny confidential him in her show. This is the skinny confidential him in her. Doctors today in the studio very excited to have you in here. I would just we were just talking off line a little bit given his story my storied past with this whole audience has heard before and they're probably bored to death with it. Let's get a little background on you because you're in a very, very interesting and unique field of medicine that I'm sure many people are going to be learning about for the first time here, and so I just love to learn a little bit more about. You and how you got into your into your line of work. Sure. So I'm a family doctor by saying also minister and I have a master's in spiritual psychology and what I really do is just connected up I connected dots between the mind body and spirit, and in the middle, what gets created is the sole that's the realm that I work in. So it doesn't matter really what what you do. I always encourage patients to come through the door of realizing that we're souls having a human experience. So how does that manifest select? Let's get into that a little bit. So how does that manifest itself in your practice San coming to you and maybe we can talk about like what what issues do you typically see or most commonly when people come to seek out your helper or guidance? Well, I'll tell you what I've got today. So today you know we've had patients with your recurrent urinary tract infections that they've been everywhere and they don't know why you know and they've been on more number of your more number antibiotics than you can imagine you know and we worked with it and we work with from the perspective of realizing that. What was it that she feels invaded in her line of influence in her circle of influence right and by having a irritation of the bladder, she's really sort of marking territory if you would, and then we found out exactly what is the root cause of that and by working with that there is a physiological shift and response. We had another case that this was young. This young lady that she's considering she's in a new relationship and they're considering having a trio and the way that she was going at it and it was really disturbing her but we created a spiritual context and she was blown away. She's like what how, how could having a tree? Some BS spirtual experience I said look. I've never really experienced it. That's not really something that I would look forward to given my spiritual practice. But if this is something that's important to you when you go in and you WANNA be with another human being and you want you know why don't you look at it from perspective of having a solution integration trio? She said what is that I said it's not solution. It sold S O U L A T I. O. N. SO Lucian, integration trio. So you're three human beings mature adults are coming together and they're trying to integrate and innovate in new way of being. You don't look at it as that. There's a hole in you and you need something you look at it as a profound spiritual experience like you say a prayer at the beginning, you light a candle. There is this spirtual -ality that you hold that will shift and change everything for you. You don't really pull the heart and the essence and the consciousness out of it because then it would be just an empty calorie. So some so woman came to you and she says I want to have a threesome. How should I go about? This is that how it comes about or is she? Saying I have a pain in my arm and then you you got it out of her she's having a threesome and that's why she's having pain in our will it there was a there was a let's say physiological response that she's having, and then you get down to it and you realize that she's in a new relationship and this is something that's important to this gentleman that is in a relationship with and she's had previous experiences in this realm and the way that she's going at it she's not clear about it and he could create symptoms for her such as pain in the neck. Pain in the ASS which manifest as in hemorrhoids recurrent neck pain shoulder pain this couple and the husband had recurrent pain on the left shoulder and I said, well, what side of the bed do you sleep on? He said on the right side. And then we kind of we worked with it. Right. The irradiation was at night when he would go to bed and so forth and we realized that there were a lot of onset things between the couples and they just didn't have the language to be able to communicate with that. So, of kind of what it is is if you're having certain pains in the body, it's coming from something deeper is not just does you have hemorrhoids because you have hemorrhoids? Yeah. Look at Freud. said it best sometimes, a cigar is just a cigar. He doesn't have any deeper intention or commutation but what I have experienced in my practice as a family doctor that most human beings, we don't have the language to access our thoughts, feelings and emotions and express them. So what we do is we push it down deep inside our body and we create low we recruit. Help. Give you an example autoimmune meal. You name an autoimmune disease such as hush photos, thyroiditis amine, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus autoimmune hepatitis, rheumatoid factor I mean going through the roof and there is a gender per lixion ten women for every man is getting autoimmune disease and it has a lot to do with this. With the way that is a stress response. And more than that. It is stress response from the perspective that if you are pressed if you are stressed and you don't know how to express it over a period of time, your body will accommodate and it will create a disease as it remedy to help you deal with the dilemma that you have. So if you're in a relationship and you're having trouble communicating with your partner that's going to manifest in your body definitely hundred percent of the time and let me let me ask. Big neck pain. So, just from a personal standpoint I'm struggling right now with I just found out I have low thyroid, but and this is like a two pronged question my dad and my grandma had low thyroid too. So do you think it's something that that we are all three manifesting or do you think it's genetic or do you think it can be a mix of both you know? The question is just such a brilliant question that I don't want to answer it readily and. Work with is I want to repeat the question and I wanNA perception check with you. So what I heard you say is that look I was just recently diagnosed with low functioning thyroid or what's referred to Hypothyroidism, and I'm also aware that there is a genetic component that my father and my grandfather, and so forth they've had they've had. Thyroid issues. If you were to explore that, right if you were to explore that this idea of low functioning thyroid, it has a lot to do with not being able to have a voice. Right which that by itself, it's interesting for us to to kind of work with now given that you've brought this on is this something that is of interest you would you like me to work with you on it right now is I'm also just so you have record imp eight months postpartum right? I had horrible postpartum anxiety right? The worst and then also I found out insulin resistance. So those that's what's going on. So Z. Z. is it Does. Zaza Visi easy. That's a cute name though. Back and. Take it. Only maybe do one with the Z. So Michael was kind enough to talk about the analogy of how you came with the name, which I think it's brilliant and it speaks volume of your brilliance to be able to think out of the box because most people they can't do that. We get stuck and get tunnel vision, right? So here you are. You're you're pregnant. This is your first baby right and and you're moving through this as there is an pen literally pending up. Pandemic. Occurring right. There's a lot of stress. There's so much that's occurring and of course, you would have insulin resistance. I have yet to find a person who doesn't have any type of resistance in them. The first case that empirically I observed and I started looking at this whole process was this was way back and I just started my practice I was in Culver City by Venice Boulevard, and I was in the back of the clinic and was looking at this person who was a carrier and he was pushing against this big package as he got to us I realized that package was for us I signed for it and I said, can I get you some water? and has a he was coming to me I said Gosh I. Hope he doesn't have diabetes because with diabetes. One of the things that occurs at the consciousness level is when you're pushing against something when you feel like you have to. Constantly you have to push against something that this could be physical or it could be mental. This could be at the consciousness level or it could be cynical. typic- expression this gentleman actually comes in can I get some what he says this diabetes that I have and is my jaw dropped. When people feel like there have they have so much on their plate the just have to push against it because they feel like they're gonNA collapse. There are a few things that could that I have seen empirically that can resurface. One of them is becoming insulin resistant, and the other one is they feel like they don't have a voice or the voices taken away from them, which manifests ads low functioning thyroid. Low. So what's fascinating is for you to go further and to look at if there is a trance generational pattern that it's occurring you know it seems like really fancy, but it's not trans generational pattern. It's sort of like you get Kleenex and you get a mark it you know you get a marker and you're right on it. Right? The Kleenex, it just sorta bleeds through. That's what happens to us. You know the sin of the father. So to speak this, what actually occurs. So if you were to explore if your grandfather's alive, you could communicate with your grandfather and to find out exactly what was his biography like what did he go through? Did he feel oppressed or was he in a dynamic or a relationship where the personal or professional that he felt like he couldn't really express himself or your father, and then you could start seeing if there's a particular pattern that you could handle and their judgments that you could be that they could have bought into that I can't really speak out. If I, do I'm going to be punished I'm going to be prosecuted or or so forth. Quick break to talk about something near and dear to my heart something that we both love so much and that is blue blocks. I. Literally Use Blue Light Glasses every single night. 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Go to blue box today and get free shipping worldwide with fifteen percent off with code skinny or go to blue blocks dot com slash skinny. That's B. L. U. B. L. O., X. Dot. com and use code skinny for fifteen percent off checkout. Those Chester's they're very sexy. I can think of two things one in my grandma's life. That was so crazy where she felt like she couldn't do anything and I also think of one thing in my dad's life. So that's so crazy that you say that. So in knowing that, what can you do if you have these symptoms do? You just have to recognize that there are things from your dad or your grandma and and recognize that there are things holding your voice back. What's the next step? Yes. So they're so what occurs is that their judgments hold onto right? Like for instance, I don't want to be too intrusive but go ahead we've done on this podcast you can be as I mean do you want my blood work on my social security number? There's nothing So I mean if you WanNa talk a little bit about what what did you see in your grandmother's life or what did you see in your grandma in your father's life that if you WanNa talk about it to the extent that you think that might be okay with them then we can look at it because usually there is a judgment that they buy into. You see that particular judgment they get locked in it and they feel literally that they're being choked up that they can't speak my mother ended up committing suicide. Oh, so I think that. There's something there I I can see and I don't. WanNa get emotional that. Sorry. No Just that's Daddy's. Let's just you know. Let's just really let this land just to give the dignity that it deserves. The trauma. That your family has gone through. The trauma of your father given the givens that was occurring for him. He felt that that at the time seemed like the right thing to do, and obviously there's no question in my mind that there was such a deep love between your mom and your dad. And your. Mom. Just the Gravitas the heaviness of this it just sat. So heavy that it was like a job breaker like she couldn't really bite through it. She couldn't really wrap her minds around it to break it down, metabolize it digested, holded learn from it, and to have a really help her to move above and move up on their Lucien of her consciousness. This was so heavy that she chose to bring her life consciously to completion. and. I'm very sorry. Thank you. I'm very sorry. My sister's manifested I, think of drug addiction. So I think that there's something to be said across all the platforms. Yeah. You know and when you start looking at it. When you start looking at it when you start seeing these patterns, right? Because we're not you know Georgia, she's not an isolated particle. Right she's. It's sort of like a water molecule in this river coming down and what's upstream is your grandparents it's your father it's your mother and so forth. Yours right. So she's really soaked up in that, right so being able to look at that I've had the privilege of working with quite a few couples, a lot of couples and to the point that you know there is a term that Catherine Thomas started conscious uncoupling that we used and we went a little further and we've turned it into uncoupling with clarity where people when they. When they feel like their relationship has come to a place that they've really taught each other everything that they could and the whole family would be better off if they were to bow out as husband and wife. And to be able to move forward as Co Parent, irs if they have children and to really hold on and safeguard the sanctity and sacredness of the family. And as as the smallest unit of society where safety exists, right? So. When you look at that, here's here's something that occurred in dynamic of your family. and. You know and just the the rupture that occurred the way that mom was just just. Plucked away from you guys, right. Do you think that has to do with the low thyroid and insulin? Sweetheart. In case you have a note as you were just very tearful as you mentioned this. Don't you think that you miss your mom? Yeah. Don't you think that all of a sudden you have zsa-zsa and you become a Mother Yourself. And this. Taps into parts of you that lost her mom. So. So violently and so unexpectedly. And all the sudden. If you have a file inside that says I love my mom and my mom is going to be taken away from me and then you become a mom and then don't you think that the dynamic of your relationship, my start getting a little challenging. Don't you think that all of a sudden you feel like now you're pushing against this huge biographical. Baggage that's called Oh my God. My Dad chose this. My mom chose this and my sister and I. We were left sitting there and the way that my sister. Dealt with it was to really self medicate to be able to soften her pain. And, you may have had your own ways of self medicating with it. I think it's directly related sweetheart. So what do you do if it's if it's directly related? Where is the step to get on thyroid medicine or is it more than that? Well, I is I shared with you I'm a family doctor right I would never really throw away the baby with bathwater and and I think that you know this this this the Gosh if I just say go on thyroid medicine right away without without considering what you just shared with me right? Kosh, I wonder what it would be like is if you were to pay attention, you know if you if you have low thyroid hormone, is it looking at some of the other parameters paying attention? You just had a baby there is a significant shift in your estrogen. Are you breastfeeding? Are you taking in particular herbs or different things to support your lactation breastfeeding? Okay process. These are some of the questions that can go into that in detail however. Generally speaking you found out that you had low thyroid did does your doctor know about what you just shared with me? I see now a lot of people do. Yeah. But seat now that's really what needs to be looked at sea the reason that I actually my my whole. I started this journey wanted to become a patent attorney, and then a few things occurred I ended up in medical school and then I I wanted to become a neuro ophthalmologist, which is the part of the the I, which is back of the I connected to the to the. Brain and most of my research it was in that and then somewhere along I realized that what just occurred I really love doing that because I I went through some challenges myself during second year medical school I was diagnosed with cancer and I realized that what I went through had as as a kid had a lot to do with why got cancer And So I took a sabbatical from medical school and I really started looking at it. I started traveling ended up in the traveled through backpack through Mexico and I started studying things that I just didn't study in medical school I started. Practicing Yoga. Exploring different data restrictions, fasting, and so forth or learning anthroposophic medicine here in United. States when you you say anthroposophic medicine people say bless you. They think you just sneezed. By you know in Europe, that's a whole field right I started I had the privilege of mentoring with several people that Dave really paid close attention. One of them. One of them is John McCain who was the former dean of the largest psychoanalytical institute in Los Angeles PC. Or Morton. Herskowitz, or Hubby Lou. These were the biggies that really looked at this idea that we are soul having a human experience and I'm here to tell you have you read the This is not I'm not trying to be shamelessly just. Tell Him. Oh. My last the last book that I wrote the clarity cleanse I highly encourage you get what I have a copy in the car I'll autograph I'll go down, get it, autograph it, and I'll give it to you don't have to I would love to support you name. Is it on Amazon you don't need to support me I. It's I I WANNA. This is just as a man this is the least I could contribute just really from a place of being a father of a little girl, my daughter Hannah seven years old I would like to do that because as I hold that book as I, autograph it and write a little note, I want to pack it with the prayer. So with a consciousness. So when you read it, you get that consciousness. That if someone has been through trauma and they are having a low thyroid may be anorexia law cancer, whatever it is, and they come to you besides the medical side. What else do you prescribe to them? Do you prescribe yoga? Do you prescribe a certain kind of therapy? What are the things that you tell them to do? Hold Up. Let's talk about Jenny Kane Jenny canes recipe for home in. Wardrobe is to combine one part effortless style, two parts comfort. We are very much about that on the skinny confidential. They also add a dash of refined simplicity and they mix well and serve year round I. Am all about their fall and cold weather staples. They have so many cute pieces to fit the season and they're comfortable. They're cozy. They're perfect. If you're at home, I personally picked up a lot of their neutrals and then I also got their huge oversized black card. 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But in the modern times I learned when I completed a spiritual psychology at decree with a master's degree and then with emphasis in consciousness health and healing and my teachers, Doctors Ron and Mary Hall Nick they refer to it as free form writing. I I just wanted to have it a twist to it. So I shifted it and I called the Pew twelve purge emotional writing. PUGH twelve for twelve minutes and the reason that I changed the name is because I truly believe the name that you give someone. It it it contributes to the consciousness and the line of energy that it holds. So if you're riding with the purpose of that act being purgatory like you know you're burning your letting, go you releasing it's incredible. What it does to the subconscious it just allows you to empty all that out. So twelve minutes people can go to being clarity DOT COM and they can get it for I think they can get it for for free if they sign up for a newsletter or something, but really simple you sit somewhere piece of paper you get a pen or paper and you. Just. Right. For Nonstop for twelve minutes, you don't need to worry about right spelling that at a and by doing that what you do is just anything that comes in the Martin whatever it's there. You don't go in with a particular intention just you just take a deep breath whatever it is. You start writing and I really look at it as it's almost as if it's a confessional booth, you know you don't need to worry about Oh? Gosh. What would Michael think of me or what would you lauren thinking? You just write whatever comes out and then afterwards you just burn it. And I cannot tell you the level of clarity that comes in because it's very cleansing. You see and for a person who's gone through Lawrence Sacha, profound trauma sweetheart, and you know, and you're doing the best that you can and to really use the sourness of what you've gone through and you're adding so much sweetness of your intellect and you're creating lemonade and you're feeding so many people in our community I'm just really proud of you for how far you've come and what you're doing. Thank you Terry Nice I think that the reason that I love what you just said is because sometimes when I'm writing I'm like is is someone WHO's working in my house or it's GonNa find this this notebook I don't really WanNa like write it all out right the act of burning it after some very helpful. Yes. This these this type of writing is not something that you do on an ipod ipad computer and you know, and sometimes I had this attorney that he wouldn't. He would just he was resistant to doing pugh twelve and finally in one of our sessions I found out that he was worried that when he writes and he had all these legal papers that he would rip it off, that someone could still read it on the bottom and I. Can Do. Like paying attention to many details. So we got him just bored. He gets a piece of paper on a board and he does it. He came in with chronic insomnia believe it or not. He did that for I think up to three weeks. He's I can't tell you and we added a couple of different things including personal hygiene turning off the light blue light blue blockers if he wants to watch TV or if he wants to get any part particular media but he can sleep off medications he was. On four four medications for insomnia what do you think about all these people who are so addicted to their phones staring at their phone all day, and then they're complaining of depression and anxiety and panic attacks and we're all guilty of it. Yeah. I think everyone is doing the best they can you know your baby's eight months old? Our youngest is seven and our oldest is thirteen Hafez and I'm here to tell you your lives are it's just about to change because the person Georgia that has come through. The has come through. She's going to be your greatest teacher. You'RE GONNA learn so much and one of the things you'll see eventually she might. have or may need now have now a pacifier or maybe a blanke right that they hold onto and you know you'd be shocked how many of us we might be in our you know we might be forty, fifty, sixty, seventy years old but we still have a pacifier. We still have blinky and I think to some extent our digital media can can fill that deep archetypal need that we cannot let go and this is to say that you know the future commodity it's GonNa be love. It's going to be what wearing. It's GONNA be water soil and love it's going to be connection. Could could this magic healing that just occurred between Laura Ni- at occurred if we were to do this zoom call I'm here to tell you absolutely not now that's what scares me about the world right now is that we've gone to a place you know with this pandemic where something when I talked to the team members in in my business the biggest thing I started remain with like I really want them to try to do a good job to connect with each other and speak to each other, not even not even to talk about the business just. Human Connection Yeah and it's hard right now because everybody's separate but it really worries me I. Think like this year is a testament to what happens when you separate people and you make everything across the screen and there's not that human touch and connections that it can start to get to a dark place really quick because we need human connection in my opinion. Funny when I got pregnant I all I wanted all of a sudden and I was very much a city girl. All he wanted was nature and rounding to put my feet in the sand and. Salt rock lamp and like wake up in like with Meditation Music and here fountains and now I'm realizing as is pandemic goes on it's more and more important. Yes. Yes. the only scientist in United States history of civilization that when he was incarcerated the only physician and either he was killed or died in jail was Wilhelm Reich would he go to jail for? We'll come break was brilliant man he was my teachers teacher Horton Herskowitz was the last psychiatrists that was trained by Wilhelm Reich Herskowitz died may eighteenth I if memory serves me correctly at the age of one hundred and was seeing patients until age of ninety eight full of life but the reason I talked by this. Will write talks about this inherent energy that is within us this energy that we refer to as life force or key or chee or prone he referred to it as or gone energy the highest level of Oregon energies in pine trees and I think that has something to do with using pine trees for Christmas ornaments and so forth. If you ever tune in you're out in nature and you're around trees, it's just incredible. You just wake up you'll be able it's a different ambience it's it's really you become alive and you mentioned something Michael that well, it's an experiment we're going to see what's going to happen when people are disconnected and in isolation that experiment has been done it's called pornography. Go into that. Yeah. What do you mean I know we're going to go and it's all pornography. Sitting there masturbating by yourself, you're completely isolated. There is no soul connection. Remember what we talked about this young lady he won't want to consider a trio. Tree some right and we created a new context of not going into it from perspective of Empty Calorie because if you go into it from that perspective then. One of my other teachers, Jabor Metais, the hungry realm of hungry ghost. It's an unbelievable book if you if you're working with addiction or if you have an addict in your life realm of Hung, Hungry Ghost which comes from Tibetan Buddhism and it's just this bottomless pit see pornography's bottomless pit the more you look at it right the more you want it sort of like adding hot sauce. Have you noticed that Third World countries most of their food? It's really hot. It's spicy like India at PIA this was done strategically why because when? At Third World Country is Holland is right and they're working for you and it's lunchtime you've got gotta feed them. If you make it hot right after they eat. First of all, they don't care what you're feeding them because he could be just some water and a couple of pieces of bread and they eat it quickly 'cause it's burning them number two right after they eat this, the sauce hot sauce, the this spice raises their blood pressure. So instead of wanting to take a Siesta and go to sleep, what are they doing? You just got yourself amazing workers. What am I saying? Pornography all you're doing is you're adding Tabasco sauce to your food and then it just makes you more hot. It's SORTA like gone by Santa Monica Pier and laying on your belly just I'm thirsty I'm going to drink water and you drink from the ocean itself saltwater it makes you more thirsty. `isolation creates that. Anything that we do I mean before coming here I called in the light inside by heart I said a prayer why I i. don't know either of you but I come into it with the intention that I'm what I'm speaking is not to promote myself but to promote what I stand for, which is love, which is humanity. which is the deep sense of connection. There's seven point, eight, five, billion of us on the planet. Seven point eight, five, billion of us and how disconnected or we their people right now I mean I've never seen this many transient people treat their people that their kids that the only warm meal that they got was when they went to school and they have been had warm mail for a very long time. So, really to be able to sit with another human being mean what she said I slowed down and I, said, let's just bring the dignity back into what you just shared. I. Allowed myself to be able to suffer with her to suffer with another human being it's what's referred to as compassionate pacione means to suffer. Come. Means to come together together companion it means to suffer with. And that's what it's required when you are with another human being. I mean you know I don't know how long you've been together and it seems like you really appreciate each other's energy and just sitting here and holding this space and feeling you have an amazing energy with each other and no wonder have given birth to so many babies you know not only Zaza but just the things that you do anything you you you touch it's GonNa become gold because of the level of connection that you have that level of connection is what referred to as spirituality. You see when you pick something up, you pick this up there. It's like initially Oh, it's a bottle of water. Yes. But if you really think about it, what constitutes it's this this a bottle of water is the same as this microphone is the same as me. If you go into a electrons ole that atomic structure, it's just energy and it's one that's one that is the connection. 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Do you think that that energy good bad is a real thing. We are souls having a human experience this I. Don't believe that this is this is what has saved my life when I reflected and I found out exactly some of the experiences that I had a very young age that will sexually oriented an older adults that they had contributed to judgments and misunderstanding that I was holding against myself and I was I was I was holding this pocket of pus and cyst in my left testicle, and that's what contributed to stickler cancer. I mean I don't believe it I know it I I don't believe in God I know God. So you had an experience when you were young that was obviously so traumatic and you believe that that festered which makes total sense absolutely into your testicle Y-you Dot Young of the age you had cancer and knew that it was from yawn to all of yeah it's Again, there's this whole concept that the terrain which is the terrain is the internal milieu. It's all the DNA and the genetic and the EPA genetic and everything that we get from our. You know from everyone that we came from, which is our lineage. It's all connected. We know that in Nineteen Ninety S. Scientists in Italy. They were working on monkeys and their nervous system and the monkees were. Hooked up to speakers and amplifiers directly in the brain. One of the scientists came in at with a cone of ice cream and they were eating it all of a sudden in the lab they started hearing are. Like? WHOA and they paid attention and they noticed the part of the brain of the monkey that was being activated. It was the part of the brain if the monkey was holding an eating and ice cream, that's how they discovered the the mirroring neurons and this is the reason that if you feel if you see someone being hurt or kicked. On TV, you're like, ouch you feel it in your body we're all connected and especially if you're right if you're a reflector then everything around you, then you're tendency to be an impact it becomes important and then your qualities right if you put on a perfume and you hug him, of course, you're going to smell the perfume on him, right? So you know and you. You've seen it I mean you I meant you mentioned that at least you have a sister maybe have more sisters or or even if you're in college right if your college and you're living with other women, what happens when one one woman has their cycle? What happens to their cycle? It sinks in right I mean, you don't sit around and talk about it. So what happens? It's like when people talk about energy, it's as if that you're hippy or your nonscientific or you know, I'm one I'm as scientific as you can get. I. Mean My I have a master's equivalent to a masters in electric chemistry I wanted to come patent attorney. I mean this is so I really studied this. And when you look at it, what we exhibit these, all these chemicals firm owns whoever starts their cycle. You know they produce all that and he goes up and they breathe it in crosses, the Nasal Palatine, and it shifts and changes thing and you and you sink up your cycle. Human beings we're we're connected. You know there was a research that we did and I think we have written quite a bit on medium under doctor Doctor Habib Segi, and most of these thoughts we publish it in a magazine called magazine once a year but we looked at couples and we've had the privilege of working with some couples that as their wealth grows, their house keeps getting larger and larger to the point that he has his. Master quarter and she she hasn't Mexico and it's unbelievable. We start seeing a direct correlation to the rate of satisfaction in there not only sexual life but the psychological life and it usually ends in divorce Oh my God that makes so much sense I've never heard that before that make sense you grow and grow and grow, and you get bigger and bigger and bigger until you're on other sides of the house literally. and. There is another side to it that when you you know they're couples that they share like a one bedroom and the talk about it like you know they were here and they were shared in one bedroom, and then all of a sudden now they hit big and they have this large twenty, five thousand square footage but they're not as happy and here's why when you have when you share a small space. You gotta be able you're forced to be able to smell each other shet literally right and you you use the same bathroom. When you are defecation urination, they hold chemical most human beings. They're not even kissing like even when they're WANNA have sex there is no there's very minimal kissing like when you look at it people coming in, they're like him suffering from erectile dysfunction and then you tell them look consider just kissing your partner for five to seven minutes. Do you realize the level of nitrogen dioxide various different Vase dilated that you produce? You're not gonNA have erectile dysfunction. Yes. Of course, this is generally speaking they're people that they have vascular disease or neurological issues that they need a little bit of support. But what we're talking about is there is a way of being. There is a way of being where you recognize that you or a soul. You're a spirtual being your energy and your incarnated in this car called physical manifestation at like if I come in and say, hi, a Mercedes, what a Mercedes I don't say I what car that I drive or you don't say I'm what's what's the car? You want a Ferrari? You don't say that right? The human manifestation is only car. This soul is inside think of it as an uber put a video on. Your Uber. Yeah, it's like I'm an Uber. Right, think of like and then our thoughts, feelings and emotions. Those are the passengers that they come in in the morning. When you wake up, you pick up a passenger and that's a thought that you have a feeling and emotion that's not the driver. Don't let those thoughts, feelings and emotions to take over and drive your car. And the car it's just what you see. What you see here. This is not hubby. Hubby Abuse Invisible Michael is invisible. That's why you need to be able to connect with him through the eyes. And to have that soul connection that sold gazing. Why are people kissing anymore because of the phone? Well I think there are many reasons I have so many women DM me that they're not kissing their husbands are their boyfriend. I have so many friends that say that too I can tell you the most common cause empirically what I've seen as a family doctor. Are you ready for this? Most couples they they engage in the come together and they get married, and usually the woman is on a birth control pill. When they stopped the birth control pill to get pregnant, they cannot tolerate and they can and they don't no longer like the smell of their partners. And they actually get grossed by it because when the One of the things that I've noticed that birth control pills or hormones in general can-do generally speaking is to act deactivate at the cranial nerve zero. You know it's so funny. You talk about this we just had a woman on the show and we were fully talking about the the harms that potential birth controls can cause. Right? Again, please notice that I'm a family doctor I have prescribed birth control pills judiciously just like any other medications or antibiotics. Again. We're not throwing the baby with bathwater. What we're talking about is what you really are as the power couple. Do it you're promoting is for us to be able to think. To be able to think through and not be follower like to actually think is this really but yes, it's shown that birth control pills can deactivate your sense of the cranial nerve. which is the olfactory sense and it affects your taste and many different things, and then once you stop because you want to be pregnant, you can't even stand the sent and the smell and the taste of your partner. So it's the not the women's fault but it's the woman's like, I. Don't even want to say issue it's it's coming from the woman that they're not kissing the way I hold it is that it's a perceptual constrained that society has cultivated for us and we need to be able to look at it and we need to be able to communicate that just because you started your cycle and you're eating poorly and you're having a Lotta pms syndrome that doesn't mean that you need to be placed on birth control pills. That we can talk about the respect that you have for your body and to be a very fastidious selective in terms of who you share this experience, which is very profound and life changing, which is called having sex. And when society fails to do that and puts everyone on birth control pills, we all suffer why? Because my background I was a medic microbiology and one of the things that we studied was water. Waste Management. When you look at all these drugs, all these chemicals, all these things that we've flushed down the toilet waste management, and then you reuse it. They can't separate all of that to there. So a lot of these hormones drugs and so forth when you're taking a shower, it's coming back to you. Oh, if you if you. If you look so much sense. Of course, if you look at Gulf of Mexico, the distant tons of gallons of waste that gets dumped in, and then you go and you find a model such as an amphibian like a frog that they have our skin is semi permeable things go in things don't come out frogs amphibians in general they have fully permeable. So whatever it's in their surroundings, Egos goes directly in there and you can see that there frogs amphibians they're born with one sex but. Because of the pharmaceutical waste products, they're changing sex males, becoming females, and so forth that's happening. You know you look at a place I trained my residency was in Florida and I remember one time I covered was chief residents and I covered for the director of residency program and he was covering he had like twenty, five, thirty nursing homes and different things that I had to cover my God the average person to average number of drugs that a person was on was thirteen well, thirteen medications. And now, why would that be important in a place like Florida, because you're at a place that the the layer of ice that separates the topsoil from the drinking water it decreases. So that's why all that would leech through. It would go the drinking water and it affects you. I WANNA. Go back to what you said earlier, which was one of the ways to heal from trauma is to write twelve minutes a day, and then burn it. Is there any other tangible takeaways you can give to our audience that would help them heal from a trauma? Yes. Thank you for for asking that. So the first tool would be pugh twelve perched emotional writing twelve minutes a day. and. The second one is Compassionate Self forgiveness I studied under the Department of Justice. There is a department called department of part back. Then this was years ago when I was writing e book on forgiveness, the head of the department was a person who had a jd was an attorney as well as a PhD, and I started looking at the language linguistic abstraction of forgiveness that old these presidents of the United States we're using Michael Watch, what they used. By the power invested in me as the president of the United States, I pardon so and so and they can't even touch them no matter what they could have stalled billions of dollars, right? And I said Oh my God can you imagine let's say the judgments that I may be holding against myself every morning when I, take a shower, I go under the shower and I raised my hand and I or I touched my heart and I say by the power by all the resources invested in my creation by Mike Maker, I wholeheartedly forgive myself. For All my shortcomings. For All my mistakes. And I set myself free and the new truth that I'm subscribing to now is that I am a soul having a human experience that I've come into this university cold life because I wanNA make mistakes and I WANNA learn and I want to grow And I WANNA move up on the evolution of my consciousness. And I walk out and I start my day that way it sounds like a lot of your tactics are. Putting it out in the ether and letting it go. and not holding it in. It sounds like you keeps you this this holding it in and holding the resentment and holding the trauma and holding the anger sounds very very. Cancerous. Well, I mean, what would it be if there was a hot coal somewhere and you were to pick it up to throw it at me? Who's the first person that's going to get burned? You. And that's and no one has taught us that. So every morning someone were, you know we we wake up how do we wake up? We'll wake up by using the phone as an alarm wake up on the way to the bathroom we get a text, we read the text by the time with their we're on social media we're looking at the social media were reading the email and we're wondering why we're constipated. And were sitting there now for forty five minutes to six, you know for sixty minutes, and now we're wondering why we're getting hemorrhoids why there's getting congestions right around the rectal area and then we get up the it's like one trauma after trauma and no one teaches us how to be able to really purge to let go and then this is just to get out of the House and when you can and someone. Cross you know someone you're just driving and someone just cut you off, and now you're angry and you're so angry and there's so much pain and heat that you don't know what to do with it. So the closest thing that you could do is to say fuck you and your kind to inject all that energy and you're trying you're sending it out there to the other person instead of realizing well, wait a minute. Something happened I I, I I felt like I was going to die. I'm just going to slow down or pullover. Let me breathe through this. That's that's the maturity that we're talking about, and that's really the essence of Wire wrote the book, the clarity Clinton's well, there's this this. This is a timely conversation because I want to say this in a way where I don't come off as attack you lord and I, obviously have a platform we talked a lot of people every week and Stumble around and sometimes people agree and sometimes they disagree. But what I've found is that you know like I personally when I was younger used to have a hot temper and got me in trouble dude manifest itself and fights or outbursts or whatever like it wasn't serving me and so I realized around the time I started getting my early twenties like, Hey, actually all this anger and resentment and pain that I'm carrying. I'm not only am I. Hurting other people but I'm ultimately hurting myself Bingo and it was carrying away I'm like this is not serving me and so there's a lot of anger and a lot of pain in the world and I think with that it brings a lot of semi broken or broken people that don't realize that by carrying that anger and that resentment and putting it out into the world that it's not. It hurts them more than it hurts the people they're directing to and I think if more people understood that like the reason I'm not anger gangrene anymore and the reason I don't do that as much and it listen I'm not perfect. I have outbursts here and they're like we all grow human is that selfishly I'll be honest. Selfishly, I realize it was impacting me in hurting me more than the people I was directing that and I think if more people understood that. They could help heal themselves a bit more than maybe you could talk on it a little bit because I think especially this year it's a you know there's a lot of anger a lot of pain. A lot of sadness road I think people are looking to externalize not realizing that it's internalizing them in a very negative way very well set profoundly say what you said I'm about to say something and I'm aware that you have tattoos. This is not directed at you. Okay. You're and again remember what Freud said sometimes cigars just cigar, right? But most people are unaware Michael that embryo logically speaking the tissue that gives rise to skin to to skin is the same tissue that gives rise to our brain. So, brain and skin they come from the same tissue neuro editor. So a few years back I started noticing that is this my imagination or are people getting more tattoos and I started researching it and I realized that all my God it's like this slope it's like this and then I have a working hypothesis and this is just for me it's a theoretical. This is not the truth. I don't have anything to back it other than what? I. Have Seen and what I'm thinking and I feel very safe here with you and with our community to bring this up as a way of talking about it not as a way of being attacked or you and so forth. I notice is it could it be that we're so we have so much information and we're bombarded with so much information that we don't have the septic tank that we need to be able to process our shed. So we're getting so constipated and filled up that our pain it's being squeezed and we're turn it into a tattoo and we put it in our body. That is one of the smarter things anyone's ever said on our podcast that had very, very, very, very smart. I appreciate that. Thank you. I mean true I think you're one hundred percent right? Like we're living in time. No I don't think people know how to process what's going wrong and Even the bigger conversation is what he's saying were inundated with so much content that, yes, brain computer cannot compute at all. So it becomes so overwhelming that we're we're overwhelmed by all the content being thrown at US never in our never in history has been this much conduct you think about even this pandemic like. Know thousand years ago something like this happens you the next town over the next country over. They don't know about that until this could be happening for months and months in one place and it's like something happens now and we all know within minutes in. This the pandemic just going off, this was social media injected all things it and everyone all at once fear it was not a slow. Let me wrap my head around this. Let me see what's going on die it's coming. You're. Not Safe I mean. That's honestly how it felt when it first started I get. Like it felt like you're GONNA, turn a corner and get it and what is coming we got stuck on the narrative you're going to die. You'RE GONNA die and I went into panic and I think as this thing has gone on, there's not been anyone that's been like, well, let's pump the breaks here and slow down and actually analyze what's actually happened. Yes. We've seen death in it's tragic but like we were they people. Were were screaming from the rooftops doom and gloom like, yeah it was over we were done and I think like it speaks to what's happened since then right in in the pain place that we're all in and I and I, to and I wonder like you know at what point do we do if ever do we start to figure out how to conceptualize this manifesto away? That's not just constantly from fear scared angry position beautifully. I I don't know if I can add to that. That's very well said. When we moved to where we're living now out in Agoura hills that was the first time I learned about septic tank. I. Just didn't know what it was and then I realized Oh my God I mean I'm not going to be dependent on the municipal waste management. That's awesome and then I realized Oh my God that's what maturity is a I. Don't really worry if I invite you guys over how much you gonNA urinate or defecate because I have a competent septic tank. So a septic tank does what exactly Unfair it holds all the shit and Piss and then helps get filtering right. But so where you live doesn't have one, we have our own septic tank. Doubt Yeah, yeah. So when you have your septic tank, you're having leach field and so forth when you defecate and urinate knows exactly how to spread it and to get rid of it. And that's what maturity is see. We have gotten to a place that you have so many people that they just coming and defecating urinating flushing that the septic tank that's called our memory or bandwidth it's getting filled up and it's oozing out in our skin as tattoos. I'm sorry I know you have a tattoo none of it's fine. Again, this is not personal. We're having a very personal impersonal compensation because because we want to roll it around and we WANNA have a larger conversation. We won't have larger conversation of Oh my God there is the reason that we're. We're here that you guys WanNa Leave Zaza with septic tank that no matter what comes at her she has she'll be able to process it. Filter it. That's a sign of maturity. That's what we're going for, and that's what loving is. So what are some just blanket tools to help guard yourself? Well with cover too so far talked about a perched emotional writing pugh twelve. I'm GonNa try that Tomorrow Pew Twelve and we've talked about Compassionate Self forgiveness I love have shared with you a general linguistic abstraction of forgiveness right and and you know you can link it with water water has cleansing quality. Before you start your day you could do that. You could do that more often you could do it. In a bath, you could add epsom salt you know and forgiveness is is the greatest tool me I'm telling you and then there are other sales Li it's a good tool because it's for you. It's what I refer to as self selfish selflessness because you're selfish but it's yourself less and when you look at maturity, things are not black and white then there is a gray area then you realize that. Is nested that's the concept of the Yang and the Yank because within darkness there's light and within like there's darkness then you don't actually buy everything and you don't amputate disregard anything you work with it. Does that make sense like you know as a clinical practitioner who practices and used to teach clinical homeopathy one of the medications homeopathic leader you you cannot get over the counter it's mid arena. which is a very specific medication homeopathic and it's the only homeopathic medicine that's a prescription and it comes from pass of gonorrhea. So, if you say what you give us gonorrhea to patients yes. homeopathic Lee speaking that's what you do and boosts up immunity and resets many things. That can you tell us about your Book Penn Book Blackout Pimp My book I have never been. Framed that way I love that. Thank you for turning me into a Pimp I. Love that. I, really appreciate that I lost my brother. Thank you my brother was the most intelligent humor being that I. know he graduated from USC school medicine top of his class at the age of twenty one and he became an interventional cardiologist and given some of the complexities in his life he chose to consciously complete his life. He killed himself and to honor his memory and his line of energy. That's when I wrote the clarity cleanse because I wanted to give back the book is to part one part it has a dietary component and then there is a psychological process and at the end of it, they get what's referred to as septic tank the if you do the protocol and it's not a touchy feely easy loving, it's very confronting right. But if you do it and if you go through the process at the end of it, you find a friend and that friend is you For Yourself, you're amazing You come back anytime tell us a little bit about your charity and then tell us where you can find you the charity nonprofit organization. It's called button global. Movement, and the intent is to basically teach everyone starting with children to middle school to medical school where we teach a medical student that how to not judge a patient by the disease that they have. To really be able to listen with their heart right to be able to Seoul gays to be able there's a way of holding space and containing another human being we do that through middle school by having teddy bear projects are different things that teddy bears they go they go home with and they. They have that level of connection and feeling, and we have many ambassadors and so forth, and we feel very very blessed and people can find us on love Button Dot Org. And they can find me on Instagram at Dr Habib. sedately. And on. Being. CLARITY DOT COM. I'm wearing my pink button Michael's wearing his blue one pinks. It's so cute. Thank you so much for taking the time. That was incredible. Thank you. It's it's my privilege I. Don't know how I got invited to be here. I. Didn't know anything budget and for a reason and I was a little bit nervous because I looked at one of the I think the last podcasts you did and it was all about blow job and I'm. GonNa Follow back. But guys are of the most virtual intelligent and emotionally available human being and I think Zaza landed in an amazing lack of family. God bless you and thank you for this opera. Let's help wins avas sixteen. She doesn't go download that episode I'm GonNA Director to yourself. Wait don't go do you WANNA win pink new cheeky skinny confidential stickers. All you have to do is tell us who you want to see next on the show get as detailed as possible. Tell me on my latest instagram at the skinny confidential and I will make sure the team makes like a pink excel sheet of all the guests that you guys want to see and someone will drop into your inbox and send you some stickers with that. Thank you for always writing and reviewing the podcast and we will see you next time. This episode is. 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ACS (Part 1): Larry Miller and Ralph Pezzullo

The Adam Carolla Show

1:40:02 hr | 1 year ago

ACS (Part 1): Larry Miller and Ralph Pezzullo

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Larry miller stops by for the hypothetical road trip game and now we know you have lots of choices for podcasts and we thank you for listening to adam karol. Yeah get it off. Get it on no judgment again a mandate you get it on man. Thanks for tuning in and thanks for telling a friend. We love that about you right. Gina grads right handle handled ryan bingo. Santo dolores all right so <hes> hypothetical road trip. We got a lot of good contenders this week so so <hes> i'm excited about that <hes> i wanted to talk about interesting thing. I'm working with the young peter who's <hes> a heading off to go to berkeley in a day or so but he's a philosophy major something about philosophy. Oh i always looked at philosophies guy the cape and he's like holding us call looking at it yeah and what i what i've realized is like stoic philosophy and stuff like that. It's it should be a part of your life. It should be a part of today's society. It's it's it's old but it's old like like doing exercise is good for you. In part of were bursting pursing the seems a little bit is not enough of that sort of personal mental philosophical. What's right what is right to do. What's what what what's right versus wrong forget about all the outside forces and so i had this conversation with peter because we're building building a home theater and one's gonna be ready tallies asking. I said to him i said to him. I i am a few marching orders and then i leave rip this would he kinda screwed something up not badly. It didn't matter but i did say to him something something in his hell tae what his response was saying. There's a piece of wood. There's a piece of one by five would and he's having to put it up and it really didn't make any difference whether he put it up facing this way or facing racing that way meaning it's like it's like if you let's say you're putting baseboard in your house and the baseboard was just the same shape if there's five inches tall all three quarters inch wide and it was the same and you go well. It wouldn't really matter what side you put on the ground and what side you put up versus what side or you flip the other way but what i said to him and i'd like you guys to always think about. This is even incomplete random end of situations for there's a situation where you're like. We're going to walk to the liquor store. Its exactly half mile. If you go that way and it's exactly half mile for you go the other way show who cares. There's always other elements involved. Maybe it's hot and the one the one way has a little more shade. Shrink little more a little more or one store tougher neighborhood or when one when you pop out at the liquor store your back liquor shortly after walk around to the front or something. There's something thing and so i said to him. I told you to rip this piece a one by down to size. I told you to rip off the side that had rounded over kind of broken edges. We call this not sharp edge and he said yeah. I fucked up a rip. The other side and i said it doesn't make a difference for what were doing but get in the habit of stopping. All the time in going is better way and statistics statistics because i think about it statistically. When's it ever going to be fifty fifty. When's it going to be exactly. There's no benefit one way or the other now before. When i was talking about putting down this piece of base board maybe there's a not on one side of it and it would show through the pain if you flipped it over and put it against the wall that it'd be it. Most these things nothing's fifty fifty statistically it'd be pretty tough a little bit one way or something here in italian most the ninety ten things are super easy to figure out. They're just they're soup. The ninety nine hundred ten things the more the fifty fifty is like <hes> <hes>. We're going to vegas where we drive in vegas. We fly well by the time you go to l._a._x. And you go through security and sometimes their flight delays yeah but what if you hit traffic but okay that's a little more more fifty fifty when it go when it comes to new york then that's at ninety nine one person we're flying. Most things are somewhere in between and and and and oftentimes not super obvious and you will if you would you so so get in the habit so i was saying all this to <hes> peter. I was like i said get in the habit of when you come to a crossroads as something something where it's like. Does it matter if i do. This doesn't matter that. I guess it doesn't matter either way. Stop yourself examine it and try to figure out the fifty one forty nine nine one. Just get in the habit of just a percentage point better than someone could go but it doesn't matter it doesn't does. It's you making decisions and it helps on the other ones. It helps the ones that are higher or lower because you're constantly in this mode and if you can fig if you can tell we can can all tell the difference between a ninety and a ten but if you can tell the difference between fifty two and forty eight or fifty and a half and forty nine and a half half now you've honed your instrument now. You're sharp so every time you do something. There's always a there's always a way that is a percentage point better way to do it when when you do carpentry a lot it's a lot of like well cut that piece of plywood down to thirty the two inches and put it on top of the riser. I'm always like cut the other end. I want to factory in to the outside and so it was like why because the cut and is not going gonna be as nice with the handsaw with the circular saws and i could read nice factory and the cut in i want against the wall because no one's going to see that factory in oviedo outside show win so figure out what sides of factory edges and take the factory at your push that output up little yeah well with these decisions. I imagine agile. Maybe maybe you're. You're that good new inherently. Don't you have to be burned once. I'd once you have to be burn was like that's the lesson that's. I'll never messed that up again. Yeah helps you touch touch that pam top just once it helps in construction. It happens all the time and you get mad at yourself and i just said to him. It's never going to be exactly statistically fifty fifty. It'll this never be that. It's always going to be a little bit and so every every single time you just stop and even if it doesn't matter you get in the habit yeah you go through the process and do it and he said yeah. That's what makes you a philosopher. Also i quit philosophers philosophers would do that's a philosophy. That's a philosophy thing. Is he majoring in philosophy. Yeah yeah but it's again. It's like i don't know i don't know we talk about the word juvenile having a weird connotation to it because i think of juvie juvie hall juvenile hall and stuff like that never to be ironically but it's good man. I mean when you when you have have to deal with someone who's into philosophy again not not hippie. I don't feel like working philosophy but like really philosophy apply these principles of the thing or do you do. You love working with those people. You don't get weird excuses. You don't get weird notions. You get a lot of reality -ality on realities terms. It's you don't get you get you get prompt. You get honest like you get a lot of really killer qualities. It's sort of like he was in the military rasoul than high school. You get those same kinds of qualities they because they govern themselves so because you can't escape yourself yeah they're they're not heard followers when it comes to all this backlash stuff on college campuses ironically the philosophy majors are probably the ones holding their ground interesting. I'd be curious how that how that that work. Yes you'd think they'd be the tip of the spear but as i think about it not not young peter anyway a year so he's evolved probably traffic. Every transition must have a great joke from steve martin back in his early stand up days would say as a philosophy major in college which is great so i i can open up a philosophy store. After the idea. There was a very not now. I'm still my mom would argue that you kind of studies profitable all right now. Larry's out there. There's going. I you know at whole hold larry for a second. I was gonna play this clip. Somebody sent me clip as i've been screaming about for a million years <hes> what's going on with allergies. There's no way this is just cropped up work doing it to ourselves all rich whitey bathing and parral can't be good exposer got exposed insane it and saying it and saying it and everyone's been whack i'll tell you when you have a kid especially when you have twins nonstop parral talk. I don't touch don't pick up. The kid got sanitized before you any <music> on the flip side. We're leaving tessa with with grandma arrive next week for a vacation wrong dark week and chris. He's mom says senator senator school lunch obviously going to send her school the peanut butter and jelly sandwich chris. He's like if you want her to get expelled like hard line against well. We're gonna find out where the where it all came from. Play this clip. I saw and send it to me online. Thanks national post. Here's a fun fact about the amish. They don't really get allergies. That's right while you city. Dwellers are making a lunch run for dairy free. Gluten free sugar free nut free vegan kale wraps. Most amish rush can chow down on whatever a twenty twelve studying amish children in indiana found that only seven percent had some kind of allergy sensitization compared to thirty six percent of american children as a whole. This is an important fact because if you haven't noticed the allergy rate in the western world is getting kind of nuts. The united states shellfish allergies have gone up forty percent in just the last fifteen years and not allergies have quadruple and the u. K. hospital admissions for allergies have gone a five five hundred percent since nineteen ninety with british children also undergoing a fivefold increase in the rates of peanut allergies so what's going on. Why are the amish heavily chugging chugging milkin breathing poland. The rest of us can't so much look at a plate of pad thai for one thing. We haven't been parenting. Our kids ranked for a long time. The advice vice was to not expose your kids to potentially harmful allergens until they were older. Parents were told not to feed their kids peanuts until age three for instance. Now it turns south. This was all wrong by denying children early exposure to allergens. It was actually causing them to become allergic. One particularly illuminating study study looked at the peanut allergy rates among jewish children in israel and jewish children in the u._k. They're both jewish. Serology rates should be about the same rights wrong. The british kids had a rate of peanut allergy's ten times higher than the israeli kids. The reason israelis were chowing down on peanuts as babies for brits weren't getting and peanuts toddlers. The result was that by the time many brits got their first taste of peanut. Their bodies couldn't handle it. It turns out. There's a brief window window of time after you're born in which your body is super receptive to unfamiliar foods and wolf react to them miss that window and boom. You're allergic. That's why groups like the united states. National institute of allergy and infectious diseases are now advising parents to load up their kids potentially allergenic food including peanut butter her before the age of six months another explanation for our now spiking allergy rates is called the hygiene hypothesis the justice that by living super you for sanitized epa fields or pure l. lives. We are becoming increasingly fragile people unable to stomach even our own food. Some of the most compelling evidence that farm children children are consistently less allergenic than children living in cities. Same is true of rich countries for poor countries. Two thousand seven study in the american journal of respiratory and critical critical care medicine found that the more developed the country the higher worthy rates of allergy induced asthma of the places probed by the study. The city with one of the lowest rates of allergic asthma was mumbai india a place known for many things with cleanliness not being one of them. The phenomenon has even been notice among migrants immigrants from a low allergy country like turkey or egypt move to a western country like canada or the united states then when they have their first. I kids in the west. Those kids are just as racked with allergies. Asthma as other kids in their playschool allergies are caused by your immune system mistaking harmless things for pathogens and then shifting into high gear to battling the hygiene hypothesis holds that those of us in the west aren't giving our immune systems proper workout so it's essentially shorting out in treating everything like a threat. You're never going to completely get rid of allergy. Our amish kids is up all right. Look everybody everybody get it. Do you want to hear anything else about what the experts have to tell us the experts they had to fucking food. Pyramid meant flipped upside down the experts. The experts are telling us that <hes> the homeless population only sixteen percent of them have issues hughes was substance the high cost of living. You wanna hear what else the fucking experts say or don't wanna fucking listen to grandma who knew what was going on. They'll change their message every ten years with a straight face. Oh let me tell you something gina okay. I'm boy. Everything is fear based raced. It's all fucking fear based. It's all fear it's all fucking. Russians hacked our election now that komo trump's a clansman he's white. He's he's whistled. This giant surge of white supremacy and clans activities are surging in our country and our mitts and just the fucking bees are coming. The killer bees are coming. Everything's coming. Your kid gets used. It's all fucking fear based. It's all fairbanks. Everything's fear you get people motivated. You don't go. Hey do the right thing or you use or whatever no. It's we will scare you. It's all fucking mother's nightmare. It's all the moms are doing the shopping. Our job is to scare the shit out of the moms now just the moms who have the money money. We don't care about the poor brown mom so the black moms ironic hippo filters. Their kids are healthier but let's get the moms. Let's get the moms have the money to get the moms completely fear base. They're set to fear that they are on a they are fear sponges that just go off lease. Bring the fear to me please. It's my mother's nightmare to not have parral for my fucking kids so i'm fear based now proctor and gamble and the government government and everyone else you scare me and then i'll take some money and i'll go somewhere and i'll get these products and do all of this and of course it becomes a multi billion dollar business now at a certain point then later on when the kids are dying of white lung and we figured out that sprang all the sunscreen on their face and all over the bodies permeated their skin and poisoner fucking their blood system then there'll be another lawsuit or something and then the moms will get scared about that and then they'll double back and one and a half testing for the kids to see because there's a class action lawsuit because procter and gamble made sunscreen gene and praying and this kid breathe it in but then on the label it said you should hold a handkerchief in front of your mouth but no one ever did. It's just fear fear fear and more fucking king fear equals pay me. That's how it works. All all the true crime shows that says get some eyeballs. Let's sell some and by the way once we get all the nutty broads watching all the true crime shows. We're going to sell them some pure al salam sunscreen. We're attackers. We're gonna. It's anyone else figure this out. Why do we go along. Why do we go along with plenty complicit. The media is also because every get the news services every day. Every two months turns out coffee is bad for your nervous turns out copies great for your heart copies every two months as a completely red wine bad for your arteries redwoods great for for your branches always a conflict there always running with it like it's breaking news. I know again breaking news. Aaron eaten snack wells and margarine because we're trying to they do the right thing diet right. Just everyone you you know what the answer is. Just whatever the fucking amish do they're fine that is that was never the raise sabarno shut up and listen. I don't know i get that fear cells and i get people have a gear ear for fear because there's two there's there's two types of attention that people like they. He like any kind of attention honestly but also there's no middle ground of attention really what what there is is. You are the best <hes> or you have a target on your back. They're both attention one. Is that feels good. The other feels bad but it's a more direct type of attention. If you really think about it and if you here by the way you don't believe it if you want to see the same same thing same mouth the biggest pompous ass is s athletes on the planet like in the n._f._l. They're going hey man we. We got a target on our back. The whole league is gone in for us. There's nobody but the people in this room they believe believe in us and the surco now. I'm the best and that's why i have a target. Oh this is all this is all roads lead to narcissism being the best and or having a target on your back thus thus fear is is a narcissistic dot. This is what people do and this is what motivates and so all we do is try to scare the fuck out of everybody tears for fears fears years for fears brian. Now i don't know are we cut smart enough. At this point tonight. Fucking dive on every dollar that's got a piece of fishing string tied to it. That's on the sidewalk after we've skinned our knees the last thousand days in a row diving for that dollar. Are we just going to go for it again the every fucking time the news agents or proctor and gamble or whomever just toss us out this thing we just got a fucking dive on it every time every time like like like the fish who says the other guys like we're not falling for that lure again. Ooh look exactly every time and i've had conversations with oh. No they got you know you know. The kids got a shower before they go to bed now down who cares. It's always it's mistake. There's two things one is. Oh you don't care yeah which is true but the reason i don't care it's because the shower doesn't make fucking difference it neither disappear al and it's also going to hurt them big big picture but when are we going to stop diving for the next one. That's all i'm saying i don't. I don't give a shit what comes out next. I'm just going to go about my fucking life life and we never stop and it's and the reason dawson you haven't fifty years welby chicks. I think i think i covered cover this but this chick think it's not dude think and we've convinced a lot of fucking soft dudes the chicks and that's where we're at right now. Oh everybody and if you wanna know why it's an epidemic. It used to be a balance. It is no longer balance there. Plenty lesbian couples or one of them has a cock <music> plenty of fucking lesbian couples where one is swinging a ball and cock this just an every bit his fucking chickens. You could imagine they are like fucking. I know lesbian couples where one of them has a deck and i won't say which one thank you dawson i did i did i catch this which chapter this too soon after to all right. Should we bring larry in or well all right. Go ahead and read garnering line. The next thing removed was peanuts. Now i know a lot of you. Assholes have a friend who works with someone who was date raped by a guy who's stepson was in cub cub scouts with a kid. Who's half brother is allergic to peanuts. Feel sorry for that kid but that doesn't mean the other two thousand kids in his school should be denied the simple pleasure of the peanut butter and jelly sandwich once again. We have put the individual ahead of the group. How many of these kids truly have nut allergy. I'm not saying there's no such thing as a kid who would go into anaplastic shock if you keep her to pay day. I'm saying our paranoia has turned a rare occurrence into a full-blown epidemic. My kid's it's preschool adopted a no nuts policy. I'm happy to report that last year when they asked me to m._c. Charity bake sale. I explained to them that i also have a no nuts. That's policy. I don't m. c. Bake sales for paranoid nut jobs. How was it i managed to be warehouse at one of the largest junior highs in the country with neria korea kid allergic to peanuts and now every third kid on my block has to carry a fucking syringe full of epa and benevolent. I thank you have we changed physiologically in that short. A period of time or is it as i suspect an emotional change i saw an episode of sixty minutes a couple years ago where a team of doctors came up with paste to feed the malnourished children of are you sitting down africa. The paste consisted of powdered altered sugar powdered milk and peanut butter. It was called plumpy nut and was so effective that it brought entire villages from the brink of death up to the health standards enders of america colonial america during the interview in the doctor was boasting about this amazing achievement anderson cooper asked but what about the peanut allergy's. He's the doctor explained. It's not a problem there so why is it that kids who are severely malnourished and basically the immune system of a rat at an aids hospice aren't aren't allergic to peanuts. I contend it's because they have real problems. We've run out of real problems. So now we manufacturer invisible once we we now live in a society where everything's an emergency and we won't acknowledge a difference between the people who get hives from peanuts and the ones whose wind pipes will swell. Well shut so who shall we blame. I blame us because we caved the hypochondriac redbook reading oprah watching crystal rubbing whole food shopping survivor of incest moms hand. They're pussy whipped attorney husbands. Wow ten years ago powerful russian dawson. Thank you but don't listen to me. What the fuck do i know jesus christ hey larry. I adam pillow larry. The larry miller's in studio to play the hypothetical road trip game. I've listened a few of those on <hes> what's that podcast corollas passed by geo endocrine very well very well executed more notes on how to execute that podcast. I now the couple small nets. That's all so not not editing now. These are talent based performance rogan in stanhope to you know like you said not everything fifty fifty you gotta find a forty nine fifty one all right so we have hypothetical road trip. We we have <hes>. We have <hes> my liked tweets. We have we have oh. There's a garden article talking about more people people not using so we're on the same theme. I don't know you want to read the first passage or that. It's just people people are saying nope too so yeah it. It can turn into nipsy russell stay. Yes i'm pulling. I'm pulling the article up now but the just published this week and and everybody's been talking a it's called. I don't smell meet. The people who have stopped washing a growing number of people are suing soap entrusting bacteria to do the job instead in in an entire industry has sprung up to accommodate them and it's talking about guys who haven't showered or bathed in fifteen years but role models no body odor on these people. Well you know one thing. I have learned i learned early was zits. You'd see all these commercials rackets growing up like oh man you gotta get the neutrogena soap and you got to scrub scrub hard. You gotta get that they get the pumice this stuff that has the ground up apricot seeds in it and you scrape off that first layers it and clean out the ports a port luck which you have for lunch pizza pizza. Yeah you see the oily slick scouting the bridgier. Did you know anything about physiologic. Biologists talk about artsy major. I'm sorry yeah you bite. The pizza has got the oil oil wears oil. Go comes out. You're not totally you gotta. You gotta scrape scrape it. All the all it did was agitate. Inflame everything and sort of everything bessinger is basically leave it alone or give it a little dab oxy ten and go to bed your whole bodies kind of that way like the more you go at it more now. That's your asshole. Give that a nice white but what i'm saying like when you go at parts of your body your body then pushes back but yes wiseman. Adam corolla was pointed out the absurdity and i agree of like fitness models or models for whoever people in great shape. Here's what you lose weight. Here's the way it's like. You're fucking genetically blessed with a beautiful body of course you know how to keep the weight off. Genetics wouldn't that ebi obvious answer to people who i don't smell. It's like yeah you probably you probably a bloodline that produces less farallones hormones reverend your goddamn armpits. Some people really smell. You ever driven a cab. People can smell well. Let's leave this weeds out of this as most thinking i said can. I don't remember pitching. We know we know this. Sarah appointed was it. Some people genetically do have a predisposition asian for that just like they do in the gut flora and the fauna in the bowel. Some people farts not so bad others bat. There's a predisposition to that. I think what the what the science is saying is if you have that condition. The scrubbing doesn't help mitt. It exacerbates it now. I'm not same don't put on deodorant before you leave the house but i think the constant scrubbing brings out more of whatever your bad wiring is larry adam hypothetical road trip dame. Also somebody sent me a song. That was the theme song i was looking for. The van is that theme song are cruising night cruising nightwear find that we never found it. We found a different version of it which is not the wednesday night as cruising night and <hes> van eyes is and then someone sent me my super depressing. We can hear the song the one that person sent me at least oh plenty lie said through thousand seven can't tell this is back accurate. This is back when you were just you could take up three quarters of a movie or any detective show showing a good looking guy driving confidently like that was all you needed like you brought your whole episode of mannix guy. He's a no mustang. He looks like he knows where go is a. I asked dr in house looking confident. Gotta an story. I've good ride a good chin good shape in the seventies or to pretty pretty women who look at each other and laugh. Yes you know what i'm going to file for my nursery for mrs. Not a bad song. Cooks scrap the van i. I wonder if the guy was painting this song how winning oh okay perhaps horrible north tally would need the two syllables is going down to cruise van nuys boulevard. Ooh oh yeah say night was kris. Ignite and van on direction apparently well the turnaround ago the other direction all right larry miller. I know the jews love to cruise uh-huh on my family quest the jews loved occurs and who doesn't you guys wearing yarmulkes 's and a lower lowered impala hala and then we turn and smile at each other in politics call it a roof all right so <hes> racked up those van dan star cynthia would nine thousand nine hundred seventy four playmate of the year look at her shot all right. We have a hypothetical goal <hes> road trip to play with fire it up the hypothetical notre game the game where there are no hello wrong answers okay larry and we'll start easy to let me just say i know you'll start easy and let me just say i'm ready. I like to <hes>. I like to get out of the gate with some momentum. You do stand up. You'll be doing stand up at laughs with ball bryan ryan. Yes okay that's coming up on november november and i'll be there so you get out of the gate with strong joke right yup. Get that get that audience going always right and that's what i'm doing here. I get it gives 'cause you confidence. It gives the audience confident. That's what i'm gonna do here with our hypothetical drive from the santa monica pier epcot center in florida. That's right off with with a layup. You're ready. Yes adult male who saw detective pika chew in theaters but did not bring his kids simply went alone loan to see the peak at you. Detective movie alone or woman who protests dressed as handmade from handmaid's tale justice offered <hes> first of all you did start easy yup because any guy who goes to that that movie alone without his kids is too desperate and ill to ever be with on a road trip for more than one hundred yards <hes> i i would never drive with him from well santa monica to epcot center more from santa monica from santa monica to santa monica and a half mhm wouldn't do any of that. I will always take that woman in the well slightly crazy fashion out for because every time i got sick of it i can remind myself yes but i didn't have to drive with the guy who went to the movie like a lunatic larry because that was that was an easy. Hey what airtight. I got apologize because you did have that one right. Yeah i just found out that that guy directed directed the failed and he was there to watch you can work from a critical standpoint and he could have given you a lot of work. Come on an actor larry. It was just a guy no problem you win hands down but i was just informed at that guy actually directed the pika chew film. It's a pretty he big ryan. Reynolds released thrown. I mean you're fine character actor. He could throw some work. Your way absolutely would have been an incredible networking. Ah opportunity on the road for a week. Well let me ask you larry i again you were right. I just informed who guy was one question. Yes you were just informed. I had an inkling as i was driving in today but but i didn't know until moments ago i had the same in. I'm so sorry larry so i was about to have brian hit the we had a sound but oh it's okay. I told him to hit well. You were right technically some i._d. Now every different outcome come on man that was that was close tight but this specific person he does a lot of animated films voiceover easy money here on. I mean larry larry. A lot of money left all right and let's just let's pick up the pieces okay guy who's already in this middle of june middle of august. The guy's already picked out his halloween cost. You said don't mail the he is not not a director. I wanna be clear okay. He is picked out his his halloween costume already or guy who loves to go on golfing trips with his wife that lost a little bit really you kind of sprung back at the end there you know what though i have to say similar to the last one any guy who's thinking about his halloween costume and has already picked one out in august for halloween at the end of october. Uber is nuts and i and i don't want to be with the guy who's nuts <hes>. I really don't wait a minute. Eh it was more than would have been better would have been locked. It in the guy who loves loves going on engulfing trips with his wife is in constant communication with his wife so his phone is constantly ringing like when you travel with dr actor drew all you hear is him on the phone with his wife trying to get off the phone with his wife with the succession of okay we'll do we'll do. We'll will do all right well then we'll do well see ladies if you hear will do or i'll see you then three times in a wrap it up. Wrap it up there trying to get the fuck off okay well. Then i'll see you then we'll do okay. We'll do okay well. I'll see it's funny. He'll get he'll get rebooted. That's that's that's. That's the thing he'll he'll go. We'll do see that all right. We'll do okay well. I haven't seen jordan's retainer nine s delia okay. We'll do once in a while. He gets rebooted with question but well okay see that so. This guys constantly going to be on the phone was wipe but he's gonna wanna get off the phone. She'll be checking in every mile marker. Oh we entered arizona today today. Call his wife and he's going to drag you into it on facetime on skype say larry larry way i remember he's your friend and i could just kill him and i could one of the main thing is under the dashboard in philip marlowe movie and you know know what i i know how hellish that can be but i still say no a guy a guy who picks and i know you you bust me wrong. You is wanted you spend some time picking halloween costumes. Let's one more than figure this out all right guy. We've talked about this guy. The guy uh-huh hikes through runyon canyon. He's got no shirt on but he is wearing a vast but it's a weighted vest and he's making sure that everyone knows is that hiking the mere act of hiking not enough for this guy to wait himself down the weighted vest guy you picture in this guy. Oh yes might have a man bun going. We don't know and director well. We gotta wait till larry answer so eh that information comes in and or guy who tasted jack fruit which is like a meat substitute and is never going back to meet again. He takes it at one time. He's never going back. I can't travel with a guy who has bad food tastes. I can't do it. I don't wanna stop here. Oh go through the middle of an alabama where he's got to go. Find this stand forty miles off off the road right. I yeah i can't do it obvious so i will men bon aside which would normally be capital offense. Now i get the food is a big deal. When any travel yeah i would say no never out to the guy with the bad food tastes. Come on come on come on first off. You make perfect sense too much sense. Even though you're wrong. You're not really wrong you know and this one and i i feel your pain. Unfortunately the guy with the weighted vest he travels with waited vast got the ankle weights. He's got the wrist. Weights probably got some dumbbells. He tells us your mileage larry. The mileage don't wait is the enemy he will need to stop anywhere to like. No you can't stop here. Not good hike in can't stop here no fitness room just a trunk filled with sand. You know what i mean mileage to florida look if you're going across account so be it but driving cross country with all that way i worry all that weight <hes> when it's tight around him drag him to the bottom of any river. We passed all right now. Now you say to commit murder capital murder twice. I'm sorry look we play. We always wrote for you. You got a lot of fans here. Everyone's got their fingers crossed but the first one that was stuff because as you couldn't have known that guy actually directed almost a trick but let's see where he got the other one well. I got the information on it. So would you say i'm really league getting closer. Well you almost one for three your interest close to being thirty three percent. Okay okay okay. I'll do it again. Sorry better luck next time you play the hypothetical road trip. It's why i watch. It's a special olympics. I see attitude. It's not they're not setting records but they're smiling. There's a lot of can-do spirit. That's the can do spirit sure the guy holding holding the blind guy's hand beat them across the finish line but everyone winner. That's not the point and that's what i love about larry. You're a winner by participants. That's right. I'm i'm aware and i'm i'm getting closer. Getting closer showed up all right. Let me hit <hes> castrol stroll challenge. You can tweet us your questions at adam. Parola show with hashtag castro challenge with your question for casual challenge brought brought you buy castrol edge formulated with fluid titanium technology reduces friction maximize andrew performance three times three times old. Ooh stronger gets viscosity breakdown and leading full synthetic. What's our question max pattern at kaiser c._a. Seventy-five on instagram wants to know hashtag castro challenge. Have you ever thought of getting italia into go. Kart racing with her daredevil attitude and quick reflexes she would kick ass lynette would probably have a heart attack. Though i think great question she's italia's teaching yourself to play the ukulele which is annoying an interesting simultaneously ashley. Natalia is starting to go down the girly route and a little less of the kick ass route so she's getting into more of the girl nope stuff. She'd be into it she did i. It's always interesting to me the 'cause she hopped on a motorized electric bike. We have like footage of it. Once at the other shy she jumped on it. Sunny wouldn't go near it but she jumped on it and she did every single time you see one of those videos from foul ups fuck ups and bloopers and grandma got on the moped and the backyard or whatever it's always the same thing the throttle of a motorcycle moped electric the throttles always back yeah the motion you make when you're panicking and falling off the back of the mini bike is that motion may go fast fast so all you see all these people and all of a sudden front wheels off the ground and they're dragging behind and their feeding the fire and i was standing there i saw italian like takeoff and i realized after about twenty after about fifteen or twenty she clearly didn't have control hickory have footage of her skating going along and just plowing into a table or falling over. I got an end tan. I was standing there and i realized realize there's nothing she so what i was you. Can't you can't really yell anything. Here's what i was yelling. You can't the l. like slow down or star was one time it is funny when people yell never told you this before but i had a friend named tom dan he was our black friend. Who was rich. Dad was a hand surgeon remembers. We're all poor and white and he was rich and black so we're kind of flip the script and one time we're in the parking lot of the bowling alley over here <hes> where the delis and everything yeah whatever it is and we're like we're we're going going around in a circle and our bikes were kind of playing chicken. We're going around of course. I was kind of balls out about everything so i went around and he was circuit was like two big circles and we're circling colling and i was clearly just coming right at him and i was coming at him hard and i was on my bike and he was on his bike and he yelled turn back back but that's impossible. I was like flying at him like it was like a plane was about to hit the side of a mountain in the pilot yelled turn back to the other like assets hit anyway he yelled at and i realized people in those situations they yell stop or slow down or nothing ever works the person's panicking all i could yell at my daughter is let go with your right hand. Just let your let counter chewed never did it. Of course i couldn't think of anything l. I know you have it floored. I know you can't stop yourself. You're panicking right now. You just let go but she didn't let go on the side of thing i think i think she'd be into it and i will i will i will i will run that upper flagpole and see if fat if she salutes but i gotta tell ya at a certain point. The girls are so much into what the other girls are in jail or what their friend is doing or what the kardashians are doing or what they're seeing on t._v. Or whatever the boys are a little more like either. It sounds like fun or it doesn't sound like a little a little less social this this person's doing it so now i'm interested in it or i wanna get with it. They wanna fit in. They want to be in the club you know so if i could get one of her friends to get into go karting cammy racers i think thanks castrol edge by the way for supporting that long winded question max pat you have adam corollas prepared. Yes this is from where this is from canaan club in gore hills agoura hills canaan club up a couple of weeks ago. I'm going to be at the golden state theatre in monterey doing the <hes>. This funny conversation is doing a little press for that this morning call linda local radio station that'll be august seventeenth <hes> doing unprepared and ray and the woman i was talking to you. She was like i've done on my homework on you and she was telling me about catch a contractor and talking about angry and talking about books ta and she kept saying i did my homework and and then she says i d do you get out to the monterey area very often. I'm like yeah every year i'm doing. I'm racing a car and she's like you're racing car. What car i was like well. It's monterey car week and i'm racing and she's like you are and i'm like yes. Oh beat the threat. Where do you raise a raven. Paul newman's ninety seventy nine porsche nine thirty five iran granite lamont. She went to a little baby. I grew up in england. We'd go to the monastery. We there in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine because if you were you saw this car went you went. Oh my god and i was like why she did a lot of but not kind of not really that nine talked to people they were both had no idea yeah that i was coming out there racing car and then doing the show which is a weird way to prep for someone who's coming out there but i don't know larry race in your car later today yeah. I guess i'm guilty of this. I didn't ask yes but you know what just for fun just for fun and mer pinks no on the way on the way back after the show today <hes> i'm gonna call home before i leave the lot here. Just see if <hes> eileen or <hes> one of my kids needs anything from ralph's and then watch what happens happens. Rarely i hit that freeway and you know what it gets hit. Now i see yeah yeah. I liked that so yes ralph zillow's here lookout guy knows everything about all the special ops forces there anyway this little clip of <hes> dog grooming wing chris maxwell paddock got down from a few weeks ago that pet grooming oh sorry pet grooming from <hes> pet grooming from canyon club <hes> <hes> somebody pulled the ping pong ball onto this great. Hey grooming grooming come on like the idea of ed grooming. I liked the idea that everyone brings their fucking dog to the pet groomer because we're all such narcissistic douche bags aches and everyone knows we're narcissistic douche bags so the people who run the pet groomer thing whenever they give you your dog back there is like the bills a sweetheart we all fucking fill the best holiday sided would fill up and then my wife comes home and they go. She's like proud. Uh-huh guess dogs the favourite over-dependent black athletic s._r. fucking god when she was running your credit card one hundred thirty seven dollars. Oh by the way he's every fucking. Hitler's dog's name was what he lady. It was lady bride. Fucking dog showed up to the pet groomers like that's our favorite german shepherd fucking love that dog that's awesome. He bought the good work god speed and the neighbor braun get back to the eagles nasa she'd be like hey your guest dogs auto plants by the way this whole notion that narrator this notion like what a fucking job this job. I've had i've had the dog. I had a blonde lab got. The cancer got everything fall apart at the end fucking dump like fifty grand into this dog for like the last year and a half fried. What job bet narratives 'cause maginness job. They they go well. We're going to operate on the dog and it's probably about thirteen eighteen grand thirteen eighteen grand but now it may not work out. There's there's a good chance that may not work out. I mean it's still going to be fifteen grand but no guarantees no guarantees and the fucking great chicks crying all about yeah. I know what you gotta do imagine if you're fucking roofer. This is how you were gonna go with the three presidential shingle on their asphalt <music> grand it made our town drizzles your fucking kids race car bed. They just slow down a bucket street. We don't know guarantee sus guy. Check our yeah yeah. I do car detailing thirteen grand. It may look got off said of that. Some of some scratches on the honor code is about coming. I made you shit on your uh-huh but go ahead and cut that check yeah. Also there's no reporting hitler's dog agua blondie lady lucky yeah. It was something there where the chris would know that i'll tell mine confidence you know everyone else reports back on everything but the pets you know. They're like what the pirates say about deadman. They tell no tales. You know you really don't know what the hell was going on there. If i don't wanna know wanna know maybe nothing was going on there. I had the greatest by the way the this simplest pleasure in life. His phil was my my daughter. Threw herself like a girls pool party and there was like eight friends all jumping in the pool. Yesterday and two of them were hell bent on washing fill. They get one hundred and ten pound labyrinth get bath and i was like oh yeah and then they're like yeah we have big dogs at home and we love it and i'm like good and i just dragged fill over to them and you know scott the shampoo and the sponge and they got the hose out insist these girls washing this massive dog and <hes> <hes> i've just made sure and one out there and sort of drank it in because it's such a simple your visual pleasure fills are standing there just sort of taking it all in then after after about five minutes. He did his massive shake naming the suds. We're flying off him and everything that's why you should have a dog the those kinds of moments omits. You know what i mean. It drives me nuts when people go well. You get the dog then you gotta get the dog food then. You've got to clean up the shed. They gotta take care of dogs like yes. You have to take take a car. You have to take care of a condo. He have to take care of everything to kim to the christmas. Tree arguments like dragging needles got a water. It starts ars to dry. Yes and it's wonderful there. You go yeah well. Actually i do know and you know what i was just saying this afternoon for coming over here that because one of my kids interest there and he's playing with the <hes> he's the marine sergeant and he's playing with the dogs. The dogs are on his life and he made himself a sandwich and brought it to the couch and he says he's. You know it's funny. <hes> you never really know talks to thinking and the second he sat down with that sandwich they both just just let them the medium sized dogs and sat down and stand right atom at the sandwich and i said well if you had to guess aw what would you think they're thinking now. Just go crazy. Pick just pick something annual thing. What could it be wonder. I'm sure maybe taking taking a nap or maybe what you're eating so you kinda than we laughed about it because he more or less a always no one's a boy dog and one's a girl dog and well well. He goes over to the girl dog kinda every t- every minute to jump on her and you don't need me to shane anything more than that and he will. What do you think he wants then yeah yeah. They're pretty limited. Larry miller the the podcast by the way the larry miller show available on apple podcast larry's website larry miller podcasts dot com also laughs for bald bryan or with with sorry with ball brian. That's coming up november second miller. Everyone's doing stand up brian even taken a stand up class as people hear this tonight. I'll be doing my five minutes for joe onstage. The brea improv love. I'm extremely nervous. What are we going to record it. Shows were filmed for the documentary absolutely okay. How'd how do you how would you were extremely nervous. Yes where would that be like. I guess extremely nervous probably income twenty johnny eight hours ahead of time. I'm not super confident nothing material the materials okay. I think i've written some good. Material is the ability to perform it on me. I'm not used to doing a lot of performing. There's a standup so i'll be <hes> calming nerves. Larry and i will give you each one piece of sagely advice that hopefully it'll be different. I will say this farce being nervous now. It's not going to go away adrenaline staff the material the materials almost as good as you've they think you feel about it so weird thing you can take technically good material and just sort of soft sell it and have it like oh. He's not confident in about that material so but here's the thing your impulse is going to be to get through it and you're going to ended up powering through it and the audience. They'll hang there as long as you want to hang. It'll feel weird. Sometimes it's you're taking a pause or beat in between between the punch line and the setup or the next thought or the next premise. It'll feel you know three seconds of will feel like an eternity. Turn it easier. The audience likes that they respond to it. The punchline lands much better. The biggest mistake you'll make is to have it. It all worked out and to just kind of let us tell. Let's let's get through it. Your job is to get from a. to b. to c. D. let it break now. It's hard hard to let it breathe. You can go out with your wife and have a nice dinner when you're going out with a supermodel and it's your first date someone says don't talk so much and don't talk so fast and your head. It's hard to do that. You know what i'm saying. You can do that now right so it's it's hard to tell a guy who gets the ring for the first time. Don't panic and have the adrenaline dump and have all your you can't it. Just it just happens but i will say to you. Intellectualize it in literally have your five minutes. Take eight minutes spread it out and they're laughing offing. Stop let them don't roll right in just literally be conscious of the rhythm beat make that long beats come between larry well. My advice is run stuff. No you know what a dare you that's. It's all good advice. The things adam said it's true you'd be backstage. They're breathing through the nose out to the mouth and you know just say hey thank you you belong here and i'm really glad to be here and then breathe again and say here. I go and you've rehearsed it. You wrote it you good. People people like you so you know oh shush but also know that you haven't done stand up. You've been talking to a microphone for some. I must say too long so you've got a lot. Not me someone there are there are some who would obviously but not me this killing fifty one forty nine so much minus this don't go oh. I'm so nervous about this situation. You've been on stage multiple multiple multiple times at big venues. The moore theatre many any theater around the country speaking into a microphone. This is not much different very cool. There you go by the way that's true too and just just remember. Don't be afraid. Smile i mean four. She's forces smile back stage behind the curtain and say here. I go and this is good. It's good place to be and then just do it that the tip by the way of yeah if they laugh when laughing let them laugh. Don't roll over them. You know the big wheel. Just be there. I like that. Can i say two quick. Things take very long number one funny my comedy teacher jerry. I told him about this last just like i don't know if you're quite ready yet and i was like well. It might be better for the documentary of actually do bomb. He's like oh good thinking so we'll see how it goes. That's a win win comedy teacher yeah. That's stupid. Comedy coach jerry's a perfect name though jared the g. ready yet. 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What is going on in that region of the world. <hes> i talked to dylan about it a little bit <hes> he said that <hes> trump changed from the rules of engagement now were able to kill some more terrorists which is which is good. You feel like china's going to implode soon. Go in order off. Were killing more terrorists. <hes> yeah well it started with syria so so <hes> you know <hes> isis you know had a big chunk of land and syria <hes> the obama administration kinda held off getting involved directly involved <hes> the assad regime in syria was just you know beating the the hell out of the sunnis <hes> really kind of an ethnic cleansing like situation there <hes> and it created this huge humanitarian taurean problem millions refugees <hes> terrible <hes> and everybody was you know three or four years ago. Everybody was freaked out about isis the other taken over the world. They're taking over syria. They're taking over iraq and we have something in the military called rules of engagement so those are the orders that the troops oops get in terms of what they can do and particular situations and the rules of engagement when obama when when trump came into power where like if you're for if you're a seal and you're in syria helping the the pr the pro democracy militias which are mainly made up of kurds you you can't <hes> you can't engage in combat. You can only return fire of somebody's shutting you type of thing so trump came in and and he changed the rules of engagement. It's one of the first things he did when he was president happened in march of <hes> two thousand seventeen and he basically said you know the gloves are off we want to we want to wipe out isis. We want to get them out of out of syria and so guys if you see him go after them and that's what we started to do <hes> and <hes> i was explaining to dylan that <hes> most of the combat today is done by private military contractors so most of the engagements yes hurson holding the weapon yes for our side. Yes would not be an an enlisted soldier. That's correct. That's a surprise to most and that's true in afghanistan iraq <hes> <hes> northern africa and and the reason that there's a little bit of a secret i mean not a secret talks about. It's like when it's like when blood weiser buys sam adams or something. They don't put a little budweiser logo on it. They want everyone to think oh no that is that yes we. We will we we don't want. We're not we're not saying you can't look it up. We're just saying we don't have time right that what it feels like yeah absolutely and it's it's part of it is political <hes> up you know when you have bodies of american soldiers coming back from syria. <hes> you know that makes headline news right but if it's a private military contractor in even nobody knows who the hell this guy is. He might be peruvian. He might be from south africa. He might be british. What are the risks involved with having the private contractors as opposed to military or are there while they're harder harder to control <hes> you know it's it's more doc pro might be more expensive. I don't know these guys with they'd be called mercenaries. Some people would call them mercenaries. They don't like to be called mercenaries. They like to be called private military surrey contracts so these guys are like former seals former special forces of former british special boat service highly trained yeah guys who are good at good at what they do. I mean i know in a way it's like when some you know you see a version of this in sports. The guy plays the n._f._l. Now he's a special teams coach for the packers right politicians a guy senator now a console bobby urged as a pundit on c._n._n. Just kinda. That's their business. A lot of these guys like i. I know a bunch of them and it's a way of continuing their career it also they're going to do with train. I know a guy from british boat service really interesting guy hurt his knee and and and <hes> you know in a practice actus jumped from a helicopter. They said you gotta leave the service and one of his buddies call them up and said hey. Would you like to go to <hes>. Where was it <hes> oman oman to do security for the for the sultan and he's like yeah sure what does it pay twenty thousand dollars a month on their all expenses. This is taking care of does boko haram dylan was talking to me about as well which famously <hes> kidnapped schoolgirls. We were interested for about fifteen minutes. We moved on to who shot the line or whatever whatever the identify was up to you know. We've got a little out of our lane for the two hundred and fifty schoolgirls. We started really focusing on animals so so now we don't give a shit about the girls anymore. There's a couple of tweets out there for a while. What where are those girls some of them. A few of them were recovered. <hes> most of them were sold into slavery musically or taken <hes> taken his wives by boko haram militants and and there were i think the initial kidnapping was four hundred <hes> in two thousand sixteen and there have been a bunch of there was one <hes> this year so they still do it. Discriminate boko haram. I'll who who are they. What's different about it. It's a it's another islamic comic fundamentalist group. They have a very <hes> strict. <hes> interpretation of the koran <hes> basically boko hara means no no western education so they look upon western education and the idea of freedom technical north high but i'm not i'm not educated. Educated sketches cleans fill it with whatever propaganda you lie. That's those are the people who live christ ice and they're. They're like a lot of these groups. <hes> they operate in a in a in a sort of nigeria's huge country two hundred million people biggest biggest. I think seventh most populous country in the world they operate in the northeast and a section of the country that is kind of ignored <hes> and dan is very heavily on nigeria's broke kind of split between christian and muslim and they operate kind of in a you know dust bowl bowl area of nigeria so they feel kinda disenfranchised lot of lot of unemployment and they you know they feed on that. All all these groups do is the money basically the mafia. Essentially i mean they'll do prostitution. They'll do drugs. They'll do gambling like i mean they'll do whatever's illegal. They get paid on all groups though that's what they all do. A friend of mine explained that you know when siri in in syria you you know i there was the syrian democratic forces and they kept changing and then it became isis and i asked somebody who who was there. I said you know how does this work and he goes will basically you've got all these guys. Who were. There's no jobs. So what do you do your hanging around. You know if you hang around you're a target for somebody and a group comes through and says hey. I'll give you pickup truck. I'll give you an ak forty seven you can go into whatever village you want and rape and blunt plunder and do whatever you want and these guys are like okay. You know we'll pay you. You know it's essentially a gang. It's again the kid who doesn't have anything going on their life and i email a young male and the opportunities are go get shot on on the street or get hooked up with them. We have the same we have the same same thing here in <hes> you know in in los in southeast los angeles <hes> ooh the things you're saying they remind me a little bit because i'm so out of my depth this conversation but like the movie beasts of no nation and that really focused on literally literally children is that when it comes to boko haram and you're saying they're capturing. These girls captured how many of the guys in our kids a lot of them sure. They're they're like these aren't like twenty one twenty two year old. Some of these are ten year olds. Yes it's like you know. Winter guys filled with testosterone pasta-roni and just want to go out and you know raise hell not when you're forty five. You're going to have a little a farm arm or something like that or a car repair shop but when you're twenty five it's like hey let