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"alan woods" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"There be listeners of their see through de- through e f g letters. Were there but the best night. The absolute best night was the christiano spring summer. Two thousand twenty two fashion show at got them all on september seventh and the guest list was just tremendous for our purposes. We had aquaria. Slater lil kim leah. Mcsweeney cristiano obviously alicia silverstone. Kristen china with busy phillips christine. Quinn an katyal. I think the people that you didn't identify leila's arc of the The mis shapes aka very much n. y. u. Two thousand seventeen. Nope very nyu two thousand and seven and cocoa roca. I think is the model who is on. Leila's arc's left anyways based group shots. I say when they added katie holmes and the megs katie. holmes wasn't available for the group shot. She was just sitting in the front row. Right key homes sandwiched between chris. Chenowitz at he silverstone was a real moment. It is really strange. Because i kind of forgot that they were still doing the that it was like everything was legit. Yeah still did. Surprise me that it was like. Oh no these were. This was real fashion. It was real. They were indoors they were doing a real show. It's real. No one had masks on. I was like oh everything that happened. This weekend was also. Don't i mean okay. We didn't get a lot of video from fashion weeks. We don't really know but like these were all photo. So maybe mascot taken off but you're right when they're all sitting there waiting. Nobody's wearing masks. Because they're getting photographed for right leg could have been taken in two thousand nineteen. If phelps street felt all very normal is what you're saying because you really see evidence of there being kind of anything but just like the standard. Here's what it is. They're they are. This is very bizarre. We're not going to try to explain it. Which is very typical fashion. We reteach selection of headlines. At just kinda give gives you an overview of who was there and who was featured. I think it's a nice kind of kind of fly through these right okay. M. hav enjoys ackhouse ladas fashion show on the front row with rosalia and troy savan. Elizabeth gillies madison bailey and errand. Westbrook sit together at mekerin. Camilla mulroney alexander. Dario and tommy dorfman lead the stars to coaches front row during new york fashion week. Halley steinfield evan. Mock and chase hudson. Hit up. Tom brown new york fashion week. Show any i mean. I know who these people are. But at the vaguely vaguely vacant haired to this photo that i'm making fun of where it's like. Katie holmes alicia silverstone busy phillips aquaria and kristen chenowitz. That's ridiculous like every preceding headline is even more ridiculous than that front row photo. I just love 'em hof enjoys. Echoes like in l. M. hav with rosalia choice of why was the rosalia. Vme's okay. i'm just like if anyone is involved with music. And is in new york. They should be at the vm. As fuck. it's a little strange all right. That's the vm. As anything else. Oh well okay. Well first of all your favorite night of the well have the year happen. It's crazy. 'cause new york was popping this week right like we argue. Everybody was in town but the rule events drew thrown away. To real heads did not come to new york in an la. You know why they said fuck new york fashion week. Fuck as fuck the met gala. I cannot miss universal studios halloween horror nights event. Okay it is a real look. It is a real. I don't know. I said event at the end. The event is not part of the name of the event. It's just. That's the the halloween horror nights at universal studios. They like put up a whole thing. It's a big to do. Celebs goats huge. Celebs love to be spooky. They love to go to this thing. I don't know why it's in september we could not hold it to lock tober. It's in la. Your weather doesn't change much. Will i usually leave it up for like two months to get the most pro. So this is just spooky season just started. I know so this. Is you know what that was an idiot. You're right so this is just the opening of it and it has to be now because the event has to be now because it's open. Yeah wow okay. That's funny because the list of people who were this event where people who weren't except for one person who wasn't at the who wasn't in new york. Travis barker hits universal studios halloween horror nights event with jessie j abigail breslin and more and the more included. All americans. Michael evans bailing john. Michael higgins jimmy. Kimmel camel camel. Jimmy kimmel jimmy. Kimmel kaelin catalysts ucla. It's like the who he is. Version of jimmy kimmel star jamie camel stingy jamie camel ceylan allen and the goldbergs. Haley orient oronte the acts kayla worthy and longtime love celestia. Estes were at the event alongside with chuck. Ladele i'm sorry it's just the names are like i'm like mispronouncing them because i'm bad at that but also because like barbara alan woods zachary. Arthur alvia alan lind and don mancini. It's like okay. This is a list of names. The description of who the people are. It's like it doesn't help or it's like oh wait. Who has done mancini and you find out. Oh he's the writer. And director of the chucky child's play series. Okay what that doesn't help me. Jared j. at least performed on the red carpet like when they were like jessie j over here. Does he day over here. She looked scared. I got to say this list of people who attended halloween. Horror nights is like the f. list version. And i'm telling you i me saying it's lower than this is hilarious is the f. version of dancing with the stars lineup. You know. I mean you're right compared to everything that was going on in new york. It really is not to call it the dregs. But it's like these people didn't get invited anywhere else and we know that if you go to the halloween horror nights opening night. You're the type of person who goes to anything you get invited to. Its reason that they didn't get invited to the stuff. That travis barker who did get invited the stuff in new york and didn't up your ease. The headliner quote unquote of the press around this event. Also not not to be crazy. I wouldn't be surprised if doesn't travis barker have kids. Yeah he writes kids. We could've brought us kids different a lot of the stuff. It's like a family thing too. I mean i'm just saying if you want some photos of jessie j acting scared in front of a step and repeat this. Is your event when you first put this photo in here. I was like when i texted. You wait what year is from. It was because of this photo because it looks quite david. She's wearing leather pants and she's wearing like a like a top. It looks like a rug. She looks a little. It looks a little twenty fourteen new york fashion week near mukalla. New york gut. Vm as la got universal studios. Hollywood horror nights you. They usually get everything we got. We got some stuff. That's a little bit. Yeah we got a little bit. I recently sent lindsey video of me playing teams and i was listening to a broadcast about go ahead. I was like wait. Look at this thing on best it screen recording of me playing thus beans and going through this thing i was like it was funny and the numbers have committed and it was like what are you doing. Onic like the podcast. You're listening to all playing buzzfeed's really bleak. I was like oh damn. I didn't know you could hear that. And it was bleak. You know what. I'm balancing it out. I was hearing the you know the tough truths about the pandemic. And i was trying to lighten my mood by playing some fun. Free to download iphone game like best teams. One of the copy points on this thing says the casual gameplay fits into your life yeah and a lot of my life is reading bad news about science and health. Best fiends rules. You can download.
"alan woods" Discussed on Ear Hustle
"All right we got a lot of great stuff coming up the season and one thing. I am especially excited about. Is this your hustle challenge. Yes you laugh airline for the month of october. The outside team is attempting to eat an exercise. same way. Our team members inside san quentin do and we are inviting listeners. To join in yes. Only reason laughing night is because i know you a person that sticks to your routine. There's gonna come a moment when you're gonna be like. Why am i stick into this. Also this season our email newsletter. The lowdown would be coming out twice a month. Yes very exciting. Each issue featured bonus material for our latest episode. You can sign up for the newsletter at your hustle. S q dot com slash newsletter. And you should definitely do that. Because this episode we have something pretty cool. Yes we do. We've talked to the political thinker that activists soul system number one and the dates. She was a close friend of joyce jackson's we're featuring that interview in this week's issue of the lowdown ear hustle s q dot com slash newsletter. This episode was produced by neat. Nigel poor earl words. Brisson new york. Thomas john ya johnson. Amy stanton and bruce willis. It will sound designed and engineered by antoine williams with music by antoine. David josse ever. She'd cinnamon shabnam. Siegman is our digital producer. And julie shapiro is the executive producer radio tokyo. And you know what else is cool about this. One him we brought in our old editor and friend curtis box to help with this episode. Curtis yes thanks. Curtis thanks to nathaniel and claude at the freedom archives of san francisco. They helped us throughout the project and provided the archival audio. George jackson speaking they also put together a cool project but his fiftieth anniversary focused on the books. That jewish jackson has this sale. Find that at freedom. Archives dot org hustle would like to thank acting morton ron broomfield and just strange snappy tossing to sam hear me to do sale. I think we got him earlier. This podcast as possible with support from the chance. Bergen initiative working to redesign the justice system by being in power and opportunity communities impacted by incarceration. Your hustle is a proud member of radio topiary from pr x. Radio topa is a collection of independent. Listener supported podcasts. Some of the best podcasts around here more radio. Tokyo dot fm. I'm alan woods. And i'm nigel. Poor thanks thanks five. Oh three two. Thanks for listening. We off just off is first episode. Are we off on this episode. Nigel we rusting. Your hustle is sponsored by better. Help online therapy. We're living in complicated tons and more ways than podcast. Dad can really describe. You may not feel depressed or at a total loss. And it's possible that podcasts like hustle have helped you through the last year or so. But if you're feeling a little bit off or your relationships are suffering. That could be a sign that you might need to talk to somebody. Online therapy can help. Better help is not a crisis line. It's not self help it's professional therapy done securely online. It's more affordable than traditional offline. Counseling and financial aid is available. If you're considering trying better help you are not alone. So many people are turning to better help that. They're recruiting additional counselors in all fifty states are podcast is sponsored by better health and our listeners. Get ten percent off their first month of online therapy at better health dot com slash ear hustle. That's better h. e. l. p. dot com slash ear hustle get matched with a better help therapist and get started. And thank you for listening to your hustle. Hey listeners we have just a quick favor to ask. We are conducting our annual radio tokyo listener survey and we would be so grateful if you could take just a few minutes and fill out a questionnaire. Please visit survey dot. Crx dot org forward slash ear. Hus- tell us what you really think to show and help us learn more about you. Yes you can also answer questions about all other radio tokyo podcasts. You listen to. It really helped us out. Yes it will. That's survey dot r x dot org forward slash.
"alan woods" Discussed on Ear Hustle
"Hopefully by now you've all heard the naijun. I have a book coming out in october. And if you haven't heard yes we have a book coming out it's called. This is your hustle. Unflinching stories of everyday prison life by me. Nigel poor and alan woods and i mentioned it's coming out to over twelve just did but i know i didn't mention this. It is coming from crown publishing. If you preorder book now you can get some cool downloadable gifts so yes i love little gift these e. Can you tell them what they are. One of them is all of chapter. Three the whole chapter and who wouldn't want start reading a little bit of it now. And you get a downloadable ear hustling pollster bookmarks and a lot more nice. And how can folks get these gifts. Preordered a book from any retailer and then followed instructions to redeem your gifts at this is ear. Hustle book dot com. And what about the people who already preordered ages ago. We love them to watch. We'll never forget about the early birds. They can get their gifts to all they gotta do is go to this is ear hustling book dot com. I feel like oprah gifts for everybody. And i know you love your oprah. Yes okay. I gotta check out that website too early on so if you wanna redeem your gifts for your preorder just go to this. Is your hustle book dot com and definitely support your mom and pop bookstores soon. Ear hustle is brought to you by progressive. Are you thinking more about how to tighten up your budget. These days drivers who save by switching to progressive. Save over seven hundred dollars on average and customers can qualify for an average of six discounts. When they sign up a little off your rate each month goes a long way. Get a quote today at progressive dot com progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates national annual average insurance savings by new customers surveyed in twenty twenty. Potential savings will vary discounts vary and are not available in all states and situations. Hey you're hustlers. This is julie shapiro executive producer of the show. I wanna tell you about master and dynamic. Now i'm guessing we have at least this one thing in common a love for listening. Am i right. Will you should know about master and dynamic. They make incredible headphones and earphones. That don't compromise on sound or design. Their products are craft with the finest materials like coated canvas leather and stainless steel and with a unique sonic range to produce brilliant sophisticated sound. I have a pair of master and dynamic earphones that i use every single day. They fit perfectly an offer. A rich listening experience no matter what. I'm playing whether you listen for work or for play. Or both upgrade listening experience with bluetooth wireless connections enjoy your favorite podcasts or music and a whole new way visit master dynamic dot com now through november fifteenth and use the code hustle for fifteen percent off your new pair of headphones. So you can start listening. That's master dynamic dot com code hustle for fifteen percent off your new headphones exclusions. Apply and thank you so much for listening to your hustle. I'm john johnson co-producer ear hustle podcast and campaign coordinator for the repeal california's three strikes law coalition the following episode of ear. Hustle clue strong language and mentions violence and suicide..
"alan woods" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Still giving them work commissioned to create a soundtrack for the nicholas roeg film. The man who fell to earth. Starring david bowie. Flip asks mick taylor to help out films released nineteen seventy six and i remember the man who fell to earth people like that. That was a good movie. I am a fan of david. Bowie pollock boeing. Feel like i have a lot to listen to a lot to learn on me too. And i'm good with that i. I look forward to one day on locking that little week into sorry superman. Say sorry superman. Now sorry ram show. She was still include lascaux. We need to get her an interview. We need to speak pipe from superman. Michelle dhabi helpful. Speaking ill will nineteen eighty-one flips convicted of drug trafficking so now subsequently he and his daughter mckenzie made the rounds in the media about this big anti-drug campaign those kind of part of their deal helping reduces prison time to only a month in jail. He only spends three weeks. He actually one week off there because he got good behavior so he was held at allenwood. Prison camp allenwood pennsylvania. Believe alan woods actually pretty nice upon his release reforms. The mamas and the papas. Jesus bro with mackenzie phillips. Spanky mcfarland of the group spanky and our gang and denny doherty again. I can't take anybody. Name's spanky serious so What's your name spanky. No not gonna buy your car not gonna call you that you can you have the other girl make my coffee or hey i got my I had to go to the police station this morning. Jeez what is with you with my fingerprints done. Of course yeah. I'm gonna start teaching young children how to drive cars. They apparently just don't want anybody doing it. Had to go my physical and like the only thing that the doctor needs to check for the state to be able to teach people how to drive. Cars was to make sure. I had both my feet. Wow lupton right okay. Needed a doctor to confirm that. Now my hands not my balls just noman to fiat them. L. drive those.
"alan woods" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"Harsh and. I helped him early on That was And i i met him in the nineteen ninety three in phoenix for upper research conference and and he wrote a book paper in our book. efficiency of racetrack betty markets. That's the bible for the hong kong. racing teams And what dancer did was to things he he he actually looked at prices and it took him a while to start reading but then he got system together well and he was very successful and what he did. She actually made it work in hong kong there in the early days. There were. You could get into the odds pools every twelve seconds so that was a big advantage that they had and you had computerized betting and and He was very successful. It's a good His The main paper that he wrote is in our book efficiency of racetrack. Benny markets the original copies were expensive Some sold for ten thousand dollars on ebay But there's there's eighty dollars one that's Available now. I did a second edition. So that's efficiency a very strict vetting markets. You'll find paper in there. And he was a very successful guy and he's still Still active in the business. I was the expert witness in a court. Case of of one of the fellows who work with him created his own team later so i did that hongkong last few years. Why would that have been alan woods. No no Which i never met He has one paper in one books. But no it's another group that basically well. It's kind of complicated story. What happened was this was a guy who were bent for fifteen years. He knew the horses well. He was not chinese. He hired a whole bunch of chinese Masters in statistics students and they created a new model but they also hired a statistician chinese statistician and developed a better model and his model basically the chinese statistician basically stole them out And the court case was about proving that he stole the model and what was interesting. There was the partnership Who was.
"alan woods" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Thursday of last week in those balloons that are still the balloons at boomer. And i got jerry last week. Why wouldn't they still be here. I mean we just got them for you on. Brian's like this all over the place. Yeah i know but we got you those we we were inspired by the balloons are out there but those are nuked them up and brought them and thank you one of the things that i might have a hard time. Understanding is why you would leave the pulse of the people here not taking home and share it with your family. I feel like. I should share it with everybody. Okay and it's on. Tv looks good. Yours is yours has been sitting there for years. That's one of them to three. I think. I i i yeah i even during one one now yeah. I took myself out of the running. Crooked would shoot down eleven. that's it silence. You're what you're talking about so yours is sitting right there for seven years. I'm sorry but i turn y you know what it is. I turned one down. Is what it was. You only have one and you haven't taken it home. Why did take it on board of bat. It's weird that we have winners from two thousand eight through ten. I thought that the first one we did was Two thousand eleven. It's a little chaotic. Just slightly as jerry is back. He's got an update. What's going on jerry. You're brought to you by winters. Brothers waste system long island's number one choice for all your waste collection and recycling needs visit winters b. r. o. s. dot com yankees. Got out to a good start last night at the stadium. Here's the o. To swung on and hit on the left and date that balls high bar. It's glacier day again and like a good flavor toro's is there no he homers of perez and. Yeah gave him the yankees. A nice early lead have no intercourse at all with the manager of the players. Not this year. John on the fan both times Yankees winning nine to one as they pummeled boston to two of three over the weekend we know of course the whole situation on thursday glacier towards the home run rig no door a home run a big game and ryan the mark cap the scoring late. Heroes aaron boone. Really figured things out after the cova issues hit them on thursday. You got to be able to adapt know based on personnel and things like that and the guys did a really good job tonight of of doing some small thing or one of those guys was oh door to hits including a home run. He was all over. The base paths in terms of the homerun hit a long way. He says he was on it. And that's additional was just trying to do that. He told me and then ten guy he headed far. As a matter of fact. I jameson tile and five and a third for the witnesses great contribution greg alan ryan lamar. I mean these guys coming up sitting right in putting the competitive at bats putting their body on the line in the outfield stuff like that It's been fun to watch green up big. Sure sure a lot of guys. I contributed this weekend for sure yankees now. Seven games behind boston in the al east. They get the phillies tomorrow after they enjoy a nice solid day off as for the mets last hour we heard from wayne randazzo this hour. I give you gary thorne mets down early six. Nothing come back in the nine years. Hillary on the way that is in their wall pushed up in the air. Way back feel way back. Rodriguez centerfield done florida. Get such score ahead of him and how about that. It is a seven to six met. Lead the orioles anymore yeah. I don't know what's going on with this. I mean. I thought he did those a fulltime orioles broadcast. Unless he's not he's not anymore. I don't know the answer that he for a long time he was. That was gary thorne. S and why filling in for gary cohen. Now twenty four hours prior or less than twenty hours pla prior the mets had a big lead the lead disappeared and then it disappeared in a losing way in the ninth. Gary thorne again. They said a walk popped out into a double play puts that one up in the air down the line or did he. That's it is gone. D has surrendered a grand slam home. Run yeah in grace no member he was gonna flush the bad loving. He flushed it already remember. He's i'm onto the next one. Yeah alan woods. now it's really bad anyway. Gary thorne not doing orioles anymore. He's not no no kidding. Twenty twenty was last year. Wow who knew okay. Anyway gary thorne bowl times on s. and y so the horrendous low saturday the fund went on sunday here was conforto between door being hurt. The degrom news everything. That's gone on adversity. Not a bad thing. You know it's only brings closer together and We'll keep the keep the ship steady until those guys back. But until then we got grinded up and he says Meant a lot actually come up with that. Swing one for me being one for the team. Happy flight to cincinnati and keep the same role. Take on the red. Starting tonight travis. Blanket horn a pinch three run homer in this game. Dominic smith double and rbi runs scored three hits on the day. Jerry's familiar to scoreless innings for the win. Trevor may did close out the game in the bottom. Half here was louis. Ross really needed out of the group. I mean this is another good sign a of a team. We are right. All their forty eight and forty two they have a two game lead on the phillies atop the nfl. You got jared i. Cough and vladimir gutierrez ross was injected yesterday along with taiwan walker in the first inning for that fair foul ball. Whatever you wanna call it down the line. Go get suspended for that. Doing i do have to have pie. You get suspended the deal. I would think so. I don't think it's going to be a you. Know a seven game suspension. But he'll get maybe two games go appeal it and get a game. Would you say something. Jared you ever in your coaching days after bumping empire. Now even in your angriest moments get right up their chest to chest. No the closest. I ever got to even being thrown out was when i ask for clarification of the strike zone. Be clear we're going knees to the letters. We're not gone feet to the helmet. He didn't find amusing. And did you get tossed warning. Got a warning okay to we don't argue balls and strikes. I said fine. Can we argue the strike zone. No different michael. I know different. Take that you were trying to go with their get under his skin. One of the worst umpires we ever had any was route. Sob to really like he. Mr authority youth baseball. Stop chart todd. He being charges fine. But like you know this isn't this isn't major league baseball goto when you really someone really gets on your nerves drop dead dude drop dead dune what can i tell you not as me kicked out and the only time i was warned being kicked out like directly warned was for my assistant. Coach was yelling. He goes he doesn't stop. You're out but what. I do drop dead exactly. You know what drop dead pay me my money and let me get out of here and if you don't like it drop dead right away drop dead seriously you a holes out there. God just drop dead and go away knocked dead. You know i. I did say. Jared tweet that i saw this week from rick ricky. Survey i responded. Yeah you did a did respond and it was. It was the perfect. Would ricky treve say boomer. I'll find it down there. And i thought this would be on your headstone. Basically a world. We'll all be dead and forgotten one day so nothing really matters. Yeah that should be on your headstone that you'll be on my headstone. But i think that that's right. Yeah that is his. Mo jerry's thesis statement every day not metzer in cincinnati tonight. Jared i cough vladimir gutierrez. Who one day..
"alan woods" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"I left it there. I assume somebody will come and pick it up and possibly casino boy and casino. Employees will go into the wastebasket but there are players who will live off these things aggregate the price. Yes and they're all doing you know they're all doing versions of them. Seem one is is much more insidious. I don't have all the facts but there's a certain thing that you can't you can't cash it out and if you hit the wrong button it says all decisions are all transactions are revocable so you could have i forget what it goes up to one hundred hundred and fifty dollars and you hit the wrong button and you could donate that money and you can't get it back a sensibly so again. All of this is just preliminary. I don't have all the facts yet. But i know absolutely the something along those lines is going on. It's brutal sick of it right at the end of our shows. We have a recommended section. So richard do you have something to recommend our listeners today. Yes one of my favorite podcast is called risk of ruin. It's by guy. John reader and his latest episode is about richard ziemba. Who was is he. He was in the horse racing world. He's academic and He his first system. His book came out in the early eighties and he sort of found a system for beating horses based on the fact that while the price on the win for the horse was fairly accurate. The prices on the place in the show were not and so through some calculations he you could make winning bets the place and show pools and ironically the way. Thorpe didn't have money when he learned about card counting. You went to wealthy guys to back him in this case but went to thorp thorp with with two tracks because he was now quite wealthy at this point and you know they were betting horses together Anyway so through the course of history he. Ziemba did work for bill bender and alan woods and You know other horse racing guys anyway. It's a really fascinating podcast. So yeah it's called risk of ruin in. It's the latest episode with richard ziemba. Zuma was one of the early guys that i read. When i was coming up and starting to learn and he did a lottery. Book in his lottery. Book was was credible. He didn't make any outlandish statements about you can beat it in. Its to this day. I still think one of the best lottery books you can read. And i never got into his horse racing snuff but you squeeze quite famous and well known for that. My recommended is a book called the hell. Fire club by jake tapper..
"alan woods" Discussed on Underrated
"Hey everybody and welcome to the underrated. Podcast this is podcasts. Where we discussed the films that we feel are underrated or perhaps underappreciated or even ones that have slipped under the radar. Impasse most people by this show of of a collaboration of friends and together. We are the under cast company. My name is ariel. And i am joined by alan woods. Everybody and derek and today we're gonna be talking about free fire Twenty sixteen black action comedy set in the late seventies about a gun by that scott. That goes terribly wrong. the movie stars charlotte. Oh coppola copley brie larson at thomas. Fook and shelby chilly murphy. And actual cannibal armie hammer took this. This is very a very decisive amongst people with rotten tomatoes giving it a fresh rating but audience calling it. A bit of a bust So with that was its rating on run tomatoes. Run two meals. I think it was like a six. I want to say a sixty eight. New players may one higher than that. Oh case like six. I think it was sixty nine. Okay and then other acknowledge it. Okay and then. And then you add. The audience was like in the fifties. So it's that level like that bear level but so with that. Let's get into this So who wants to start with how they thought it. This was my pick just to let you know It's it's been very. It's been a movie that i enjoyed Cincinnati any sense. They watched it in theaters of is definitely one that requires in my opinion Watches but i'll get into that later. So what do you guys think. Allen over now i dug it. I watched this movie for the first time pretty recently because like somebody gave me the movie to watch and i was like okay. Let me check it out. Because they suggested for me. And i dug it. It's kinda just like a tight little compact movie. There's now a lot of plot going on it. Just kind of just like a bunch of dumb criminals like it's like you said a gang or a gun deal gone wrong between Some irate people in the seventies and just like some american gunrunners and you know Short low cooped cooply wickets from district. Nine in isn't in. It's just kinda like the you know really good like you know talented comedic actor just kinda like yelling at each other to shooting at each other. It's just like movie. it's it's short movie. I think it's under ninety minutes. It's amazing it's made you know very simply it's mostly when location just kinda just people shooting at each other not a lotta plot. Just like this person's going this way this person's going here..
"alan woods" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast
"Exercise is a brew happening today. Which will be our first batch packaged in an updated label. It's going to be a lot sharper on south. And as we started to learn you know other stakeholders and and what's important for the business we're able to pivot learn and now come out with kind of weber's into that. Were even more excited about them. Version one so. It's all about that that iterative kind of continuous learning for sure. If great to have a plan but as soon as you you hit the ground running the plan pretty much goes out the window and like you say you got a pivot. You gotta adapt You just gotta make some make work sometimes. Yeah looking back. You've already touched on a couple of things problems that you encountered looking back now. Is there anything you would have wished that you'd known when you started out and that maybe would have caused you to do things a little bit differently. Yeah i mean. I think it's a double edged sword. Certainly there'd be some things that we would be armed with knowledge. Were armed with now to help us make decisions in the early days but there's also a lot of things that would probably scare me off from the diving in on the first lady's so i like robin what you said about a little bit of night a day sometimes sometimes is the saving grace and in kind of pursuing dream building a new brand so for me. I don't know that. I would wish i knew any of this. You know it's it's exciting. Learning and overcoming these challenges as they come up the more knowledge you can have in the early days the better my advice other people listening that are interested in starting their own brand. Just start small start in the evenings after work and just start slowly putting things into place and also found that like other entrepreneurs were really gracious with their time advice and input on the project so the opportunity there for anyone out there. Lincoln find me on instagram..
"alan woods" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast
"That's how we landed on our flagship beer that we brew with newfoundland's e salts obviously very rich and sodium which is important and black currant which is like the superfood in and of itself in that its rich in potassium magnesium calcium even other types of antioxidants so as a result we were able to come up with a really unique beer. It's got a bit of a unique flavor profile at super delicious. And probably even a better for you option than anna where we we began with. So i'm a big believer in just kind of attack in those those obstacles head on little bit of naievety maybe goes a long way and just thinking that you can get through it. That was one of the early ones that still to this day as that. We've got past that meeting with a love hearing stories like that. Because you know i i don't care what business you're in if you're an entrepreneur. You have an idea for a business. You are not going to have that straight shot to success. There's going to be ups and downs and days where you wonder what the heck am i doing and obstacles and people around you. That may necessarily questioned. What you're doing and i i always find it interesting. And you said you know you thought on your toes and you're able to pivot right there in that such a such an important skill in in the hope of people are listening that are young in have some ideas for a business just know there are people out here like ourselves like alan that have had to face those obstacles in have to decide. Okay here's what do i do now. And as long as you don't quit as long as you don't say okay. I give up my idea. You will find a way i mean. The human mind is amazing. As long as you ask it to find out. How can i use this. How can i go around. Who could i reach out to for help around this. You will find an answer. Your mind will always find an answer for you. So i think that's a really inspiring story. Yeah definitely just keeping one foot in front of the other sometimes goes a long way. There's a point where i said early on to my co like. Look at a certain point you know. Perfect is the enemy of done. And we gotta get a product of market and start really learning with true feedback from customers as well as other stakeholders like the cbo itself. Another kind of quick story. Early mistake we made as we're designing the packaging. It looks great on our computer screen. We're all this amazing super unique branding in whatnot and we go to launch. And then we realize okay while the way the elsevier merchandises kansas. They just throw it on the shelf in the tray so right now our logos hidden by a brown cardboard tray which makes it a little hard to find the bear on john. We would've never probably learned that from our basements of the pandemic. Unless we just got there was something yeah for sure..
"alan woods" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast
"And rallied for me was really the marriage of a couple of different passions. I had one being for craft beer the other being kind of action adventure sports so been really fortunate to find a product that mary's them so while is very cool. That you've been able to do that. And and one of the things that you know as much as i could say. Hey it'd be great to have something that after training replace some of those electrolytes at the end of the day. It's it's it's gotta taste good so the craft beer perspective it at the end of the day that the taste has to be there right. Yeah absolutely that was kind of goal number. One got to have a great tasting beer goal number two was we wanted to have sort of that bonus item associated with it. And what we're doing rally as a whole is we're focusing on kind of being on that bleeding edge of unique and crazy ingredients so we've got a beer in the works. That's you know we're incorporating different types of mushrooms for for their adapted jin qualities we are looking at lower calorie alcohol and even non alcoholic options as well just as we start to kind of expand our portfolio and certainly our dream to be known for much more than electrolytes plus beer. We want to have a different type of beer for many occasions but all of which would have that edge over our competitor being that there's a functional benefit of so sure for sure. We'll talk offline a little bit. Because i can relate to your story about riding the trails gravel writer but i do ride on the road. I've done a few of those types just like you described. You know you're in the saddle for long hours. You get to the destination. First thing you look for is a little public a sit down and You know i can relate to going through the the nutrition because once you've been writing for four hours you definitely need to replenish your body. So i can relate all that. We'll talk off. Line a little bit. But i i do wanna talk to ask you. Tell us a little bit about you. What are you curious about. Why give us a little bit of insight into who you are. Yes i think that's kind of what's led me down this path. Is that curiosity. It specifically with rally learning about nutrition very intrigued by all these new products that were coming out there to enable these bigger and bigger adventures on your bike in that. You know you're putting electrolytes in your water. Maybe you're eating maple syrup gel with ginger and saul. Avoid the dreaded kind of bomb. That sometimes happens after four hours on a bike that goes back to even the beginning of my career. You know. I went away to university overseas. I went to school. In scotland earned. A master's in economics had a great time in know anyone in the country..
"alan woods" Discussed on Starting with One Podcast
"How's your day. Go and sun shining. It looks like a great weekend. What yeah yeah. We were just talking about that and i think we're looking forward to some a nice spring weather hopefully will get a little bit this weekend so i think i think we're all just wish starved for to be able to get outside but winner behind us and start talking about spring. Yeah no kidding. And and speaking spring nothing goes finer than some yard work. And i had a nice cold one. After so i'm super excited about today's guest joining us today is would c. e. o. of rally beer company. Obviously album loves to drink. Beer loves to linger at the trail head after a really good bike ride. We had some great conversations. Can't wait to get into it today. Without and ellen has over ten years of experience where he worked with the startup up businesses that range from consumers goods supply chain technology and telemedicine. So this guy's been around. Welcome to the show allah robin and al. Thanks robin me. Really excited to chat with you guys about you know the beginning of spring and hopefully a little bit of a rally beer and boy benefits. I think it's all you know. Part of the journey so excited to be here this morning. We'll let's let's talk about it. Let's drop into it. What is rally beer and part to that question. How did you come up with the idea of combining electrolytes b. Because i don't think when we announced that you're on the show and we're talking about beer today. People had any idea we're going to be talking about electrolytes because traditionally those get together. So how did this all start. Yeah absolutely so rally ear. Were unique kind of player in the craft. Beer business. Essentially what we're doing is we're building kind of a new category within beer often referred to as functional beer but it also kind of falls under the umbrella of another buzzword out there. That's better for you beer. So you've definitely seen you know the michelob. Ultra of the world. They're sort of pushing their locale. Low car beverage as a better for you kind of alternative to your traditional beers and.
"alan woods" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Some experience. So here's the final The after the photos five six ten eleven And so really. The the favorites were nowhere to be found here. They end up like fourth fifth and sixth glorious lover. I think ended up right in the mid pack range. But you've gotta tend to one tend to one and a twenty one to one making up. your try so this is This is going to be big balloons in this seventh at at happy valley and see this is why this is why it's it. It's caught on with serious players. And you know of course when when when somebody like tommy masses hits for one point one million that that that certainly puts the spurs to the interest level. But this just kinda shows you that if you get a hang of it you've got some you've got some opportunities. I mean the the field size that everybody likes. You've got the liquid pools that you know can't be manipulated or or overly influenced And i think that's a big part of the story That you know that we That i think we. We don't stress enough that you know. Some of the things that people are get are frustrated with right now. In in north american with the north american product is in this sort of neutered Out quite a bit. International side of science overwhelms any late betting. Or anything like that and customers can bet pretty confidently that even those early on our before the rate going all the pretty good canal and mentally popular that with twelve or fourteen horses on every race. You're getting real good price. What your cornell. You can play. The i call it the swinger. We just need to edit a tree and the cornell and you're going to get rich doing that no which you're gonna keep your bankroll alive while you're doing it raining i. I'm reading a book now. I've finished the last night gambling wizards at it's about polka players. Them all sorts of people But one of them was alan woods albuquerque. No longer with us. But allen was one of the perth big computer team players at a hong kong and how he did it and worked on it and suffered and law and went back and filing finally started doing great but the great story Bill bento there over there and they're just killing it and they get a phone call from the hong kong jockey pub no like oh no no this it'd be good and it was dot com jack. Expose calling them up and ask them anything we can. Do we notice your real big better. We'd like to keep you happy. Yeah that that's a town. It's the flip side. Yeah exactly that. That's the that's like the parallel universe as they say right you read about these the blackjack people could be the greatest blackjack person in the world. What do you walk against. You're up against the game trying to win the game. You're up against cheating. You're up getting kicked out and getting Recognized as a card counter which doing well you probably your card count you recognize especially if people travel having money is not easy to get in and out of countries now any kind of cash but they got swept of socks and shoes out and then and then and then literally getting robbed a home trauma of being successful that encompasses all sorts of things other than you know. I had fifteen. I hit a. That's great now. How do i get out of there. How do i leave with this money. Or whatever and the attraction co horse racing was cooled sizes and The house on.
"alan woods" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"One one five dot com in other free New Jersey won a one point five app as well let's see how we're doing bank of New Jersey fast traffic well you're planning on leaving the grey garden state at the George Washington bridge we've got some issues on both the upper and lower deck upper deck crash blocking a lane on the span that has you a bit slow heading into the tolls lower level some road work blocking the right lane underneath the apartments it'll run you about ten to fifteen minutes they're starting to move better on the garden state parkway northbound approaching route three in Clifton that collision by exit one fifty three has been cleared out of the way southbound side crawling into Toms River approaching exit eighty two stalled taking out the center lane there you are not moving much from route nine Belmar Boulevard very slow heading westbound approaching thirty four we've got a hit there and wall that has you stopping go from Alan wood road starting to see delays easing out on thirty five make your way between Perth Amboy and Woodbridge all lanes are back open between green street and north Florida Grove road that demonstration has wrapped up for the day also the rams for main street on route nine both north and southbound back open in Woodbridge still very heavy on twenty seven an Edison both directions over by north evergreen road we've got all lanes blocked as they work to fix the downed pole there detours are posted to get you around the area this report is sponsored by DuckDuckGo privacy fed up with companies selling your data will duck duck go is on it with one download you can search and browse privately avoiding trackers all for free DuckDuckGo privacy simplified traffic every fifteen minutes next report at four eighteen I brandy Scott on New Jersey.
"alan woods" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Radio station Jersey job time for for get the latest work the road New Jersey fast traffic laying on leaving the grey garden state at the George Washington bridge we've got some issues on both the upper and lower deck upper deck crash blocking a lane on the span that has you a bit slow heading into the tolls lower level some road work blocking the right lane underneath the apartments it'll run you about ten to fifteen minutes they're starting to move better on the garden state parkway northbound approaching route three in Clifton that collision by exit one fifty three has been cleared out of the way southbound side crawling into Toms River approaching exit eighty two stalled taking out the center lane there you are not moving much from route nine Belmar Boulevard very slow heading westbound approaching thirty four we've got a hit there and wall that has you stopping go from Alan wood road starting to see delays easing out on thirty five make your way between Perth Amboy and Woodbridge all lanes are back open between green street and north Florida Grove road that demonstration has wrapped up for the day also the ramps for main street on route nine both north and southbound back open in Woodbridge still very heavy on twenty seven an Edison both directions over by north evergreen road we've got all lanes blocked as they work to fix the downed pole there detours are posted to get you around the area this report is sponsored by DuckDuckGo privacy fed up with companies selling your data will duck duck go is on it with one download you can search and browse privately avoiding trackers all for free DuckDuckGo privacy simplified traffic every fifteen minutes next report at four eighteen I'm brandy Scott on New Jersey one one point five a new study you can lose weight by imagining that your role as a work I do what I do I eat whatever I want I imagine that I'm been Henry James on the one point five week days we talked weekend's.
How Ear Hustle Went From Winning a Contest to Becoming One of the Most Successful Podcasts of All-Time
"Hello and welcome to incite podcasting. The show in which creators discussed their craft. I'm your host Sky Pillsbury. You just heard the voices of visual artists. Nigel poor and former prison inmate Alan Woods. They are co host and Co creators of Ear Hustle which tells stories about daily life inside San Quentin prison. The show which came to life after winning a podcast competition was an immediate hit when it launched in two thousand fifteen the show got a ton of press won awards. It seemed to be the podcast that everyone I knew was talking about and then in two thousand eighteen. Something pretty incredible happened then. California Governor Jerry Brown Commuted Orleans prison sentence Brown credited Orleans work on the podcast as a significant factor in his decision after twenty one years earlier on walked out of San Quentin a free man since then early on and Nigel and the rest of the ear hustle team have continued to tell stories about life on the inside but they've also reinvented elements of the show's format and explored new narratives on the outside. I'm going play you a clip from season. Four of the show in it. You'll hear Nigel. An airline speaking with curtis a newly released inmate about something that's been on his mind ever since he got out of prison. So here's the million dollar question man. Are you still a virgin killing me? Why she turned away was GonNa Take Care of yes. I'm still a virgin. Sadly how many days have you been a probably close to seventy okay? So what I know. That guys insider very preoccupied. About how quickly guys are going to have sex when they get out. I am on the side of. What is the rush rush is at many of us like myself have been on the inside for twenty four years with out sex so now we come out. We think that we're going to run right into the arms of some beautiful woman was just happening. So you WANNA have sex. You could just have sex but are you looking for sex or relationship so to ask her problem. Tell us about that clip from a season. Four episode called. I want the fairytale which is about dating after prison. It's one of the many fascinating episode ear. Hustle has reported on from the
Satire in Strange Times Week
"This week's theme is satire. In strange times. The curator is Becka James. Here's why Becca chose the sleep. She says hello is Becka. James and the theme I chose is Satire Strange Times. I chose this theme because we're living in an exceptionally strange time and satire has the power to help process. What's happening and improve humanity by criticizing. Its Bali's and foibles. It will also allow us a hearty and necessary laugh. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Becca along with short descriptions of each one first up is OPR's very fatal murder podcast. The episode chosen is the first ever of their first season in case you don't follow. Pr closely that acronym stands for onion public radio. It's from the onion. Expect very ridiculous levels of satire. Podcast made me laugh out loud. It is perfect the now times that we are in the next episode comes from a podcast called a woman smile and it's called a woman smile. Stylish it's thirty minutes long. Here's the description of the show. Women's smile is a podcast. Where Pattie Harrison and Laura Ramirez talk about well but especially the gentle and kind nature of a woman smile satire. Women are not gentle or kind. The next episode comes from a radio. Play called Lindsey. And it's called one God damn name. It's a fictional retelling of the story of the making of the parent trap and it is perfect. This first episode is mysterious and serious and will make you feel weird in a good way. Next up is an episode from a podcast. Called this Branchburg episode is called. Everybody wants to see my teeth. This podcast is about the fictional town of Branchburg New Jersey. In this episode. We meet Donald Franson who has a tying business. People come into the shop to have their ties tied each morning. And then what? I'll leave you on that cliffhanger. You must listen to learn the fate of Donald and the last recommendation comes from a podcast called bubble and is called hunters in this show. We meet Morgan. Who's pretty good at killing monsters? The narrator is topic. Evanston an actor and a writer who first came to the cultural consciousness at age twelve which she started a fashion magazine named rookie. The Morgan part satire. The taty stuff Israel. Why didn't you start a fashion magazine at twelve are the podcast and episodes recommended by Becca James this week for our theme Satire Strange Times? Hopefully these episodes will make you laugh a little and take your mind off. Reality Becca does satire. Thanks herself you can find out more and follow her on twitter at record flames. That's W. R. E. C. K. A. Flames each week in our newsletter which you can find and sign up for on our website ear buds podcast collective dot org are curator's have a chance to show off something that they love a project and nonprofit anything. Here's what BECO- wants us to know about. She says if you're looking for more podcast recommendations checkout vultures coverage where I write weekly comedy wrecks and long-form reviews and features also constant listener created by podcast obsessive and writer for the Av Club's pod mass. Ben Cannon is a great place to go for even more suggestions follow along with the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag satire pods. Now it's time for podcast news each week on the show. We share PODCASTS. Industry News from the inside podcasting newsletter which is written by Sky Pillsbury. Here we go. I the inside podcasting. Podcast is back for season two. This is a show hosted by skype. Pillsbury where she interviews podcast creators about their craft in this coming season. Get excited to hear from Cara Swisher of Rico Decode Nigel poor and Alan Woods of ear. Hustle Moon Faces James Kim and so many more amazing creators
"alan woods" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The rain potentially comes as they try to chase the rain. I would imagine wins going to be a bit of an issue. And obviously just the idea of you're playing again, you're trying to pay your play trying to keep things rolling knowing. What's coming? The folks at CBS do not want a Monday finish for this suggest a little heads up. That's probably what's coming. What is coming though is great theater like spectacular theater? With feet, Alan woods and Molinari playing in a threesome. This is the first threesome the Tigers hadn't a while on a Sunday. And this is going to be spectacular theater and Poulter and Simpson KEPCO. In another threesome. This is good stuff. This these these are the names you wanted to see on the leaderboard. These are guys who know what it takes to win a championship. These are guys that can captivate a television audience, and it's awesome. Absolutely awesome. Now, what are my colleagues here at CBS sports radio? And you might love him. You should love him because he's awesome from the DA show. Sean marash notice Meraz. Had arguably the stupidest takes. That I've ever read on social media regarding the masters, but I think he got what he wanted in attention. So in that way, I would say Bravo Meraz, I will punch holes into every single thing that he had to say coming up a little bit later on in the show. He has no clue and that's not the first time. I've said that about Meraz he's got buddies a real good, dude. But I will totally make him look like a fool a little bit later on in the show. So don't miss it. The NBA playoffs begin yesterday. And teams battle and they go all year long. Setting themselves up to be able to say, hey, we got home court advantage. What you need homecourt advantage. Homecourt advantage is important. Well, what we learn yesterday three out of the four road teams one. So after you battle through an eighty two game regular season, which is incessant and many times horribly boring. Just to let in teams that are forty two and forty into the postseason. The nets in the magic to teams that are forty two and forty after the regular season managed to beat the fifty eight win raptors and the fifty one win. Sixers stop me. If you've heard it before that the Toronto Raptors came up really small in a big game situation. It's their DNA. That's what they've done. The Sixers another story. And to me, it's something where I would say the Sixers. They talk about the process. And remember, this is an organization that felt the only way they could get better. The only way they were going to do it. Was to be a total. Dumpster fire purposefully set. For season's upon seasons. And then given the opportunity to take advantage of top draft picks. They didn't even necessarily draft that well half the time. And now, then they go, oh, we got to make some moves here to bring in a guy like Jimmy Butler because we're feeling the pressure. The process was supposed to build a championship club. What the process did was they gave the keys to Brett Brown. And Brett Brown was the perfect coach in Philadelphia for a team that had zero expectations. When when they were a team that was expected to lose fifty five and sixty games a year Brett Brown could cozy up to the Philly media. Be affable be nice be kind be friendly. And what he did. Is he cultivated a culture there whereby the median Philly for the most part has become Brett Brown lapdogs? And this is my hometown. And some of the people doing it are people that I greatly respect. And they have become pussycats. Sitting in Brett Brown's lap where they fall all over themselves to make excuses for Brett Brown because Brown's a nice guy and Brett Brown addresses them by name and and squeezes their shoulder sometimes and gives them an atom, maybe a fist pump. When I left Philly in the nineties, it was it was the toughest like roughest media in the country. And I loved it. I grew up on it. And I aspire to be part of it. What do we have? Now, it's lapdog central for many, many of the media members in the big tough media town of Philly with Brett Brown and for Ben Simmons who complained yesterday after the Sixers got embarrassed. I mean, they got pants. The nets won eleven one to win doesn't in any way dictate. What that game was about by the end of the first quarter. It was absolutely clear that the nets were the better team yesterday. Doesn't mean they're going to win the series doesn't mean. But yesterday, they were the better team. And then Simmons doesn't like getting booed. And he says if you're a Sixers fan, and you're doing will then to stay on that side. Hey, Ben, grow up. I know you'd like to rather be keeping up with the Kardashians. And I know that big games or something that you don't have a history of playing. You don't have any history of having games where there's ever been pressure on you. None. Postseasons pressure. For the raptors postseasons pressure. They tend to wilt under it will it be different this time around. I still think they win the series eventually, but yes, they're hoping to change their DNA out. And what does? Gregg Popovich in the San Antonio Spurs. Do they just go out and take care of a fifty four win nuggets team at beat them on their home court and steal homecourt advantage for their series? Again. I'm not sure they win the series but three out of four road teams winning inexcusable for the home team's inexcusable to come out somewhat fat flat. Inexcusable to be swallowed up by the moment. To pull a Ben Simmons is I will now call it. He don't want to give booed. You. Don't wanna get booed. Don't suck at home. How about it? And what are the warriors do ho- home go out and just plug in the clippers on national TV? It's going to be a fantastic day at the masters. It is a second day of the NBA playoffs with four more series getting underway. 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"alan woods" Discussed on Ear Hustle
"I'm Jeffery Brown with the PBS news hour, and it's my pleasure to be here with Earl on Nigel in their new office at the studio for reveal at the center for investigative reporting. And it's my pleasure to say listen up get up and walk out. Mayhem lines. Yeah. I hope they just have. I just went. I just hope that. And he's hope that we can ask questions that he's not used to having. And it won't be another just another interview interview. And can't remember how many? You're listening to a special unscheduled abbreviated episode of ear hustle. I'm Alan woods. I'm a former resident of San Quinn state prison and California. And now a full time producer ear house. I'm Nigel poor. A visual artists now podcast her I've been working with the men at San Quentin for almost eight years now and together on this episode. We're going to take you to Sacramento for little chat with governor Brown. Honorable Jerry Brown. Erlin we should say to listeners right off the bat that if this is the first time, you listened to your hustle. Stop stop stop stop. This is an audio extra. This is not one of our regular episodes. If you're new to the show go listen to something in season, one two three okay soon. But if you went to one what about like, I don't know. What would you recommend? I would recommend boom boom room. But it might give people the wrong impression that thirty water. That's heavy. You wanna great for heavy or my favorite episode? Which is what remember? Yeah. When I got out. That is definitely my favorite episode. But my second favorite episode. This is the the Roach. The one called looking out about taking care of critters in prison or they can just start from the beginning. And listen to them all because we got about twenty five episodes. So they got something to being Joan. So what's going on? Now a little over month ago after twenty one years, you or lawn woods finally got out of prison in the governor Brown commuted my life sentence. So I'm free as a bird now, we're hearing up for season for which should start in the summer, and we're going to keep doing stories about life insights and Quinton outside stories of reentry stories from other prisons all kinds of stories. In the meantime, we got an invitation to meet with the governor Jerry Brown, and we thought we'd take listeners along to hear a bit of what went on so months ago before you were released we actually asked to do an. Interview with the governor. But we didn't hear anything until recently. So on Thursday, January third just a few days before he left office. Actually, we went to the governor's mansion. See what he told me about thirty five minutes that we did with them thirty five, you know, we're gonna we're gonna floss that into a little longer. So be honest. Are you nervous not at all people? Don't people don't scare me on the bed isn't a scare you. But MS Berhe freaking governor. I mean governor today, I got bless respect for him. But he's still don't scare me. With some scary to make you nervous. He's just a regular, dude. And it was amazed. Okay. Just physically the building. It was old. Since the eighteen hundred definitely but it wasn't elegant. Now, it was it was it was tall people back there because the doors were like fifteen feet tall. I in the door knobs were like your chest. It was beautiful in those also that they still had on the Christmas decorations up. So it was kind of festive. But also he was moving out. He was moving out. Everything was boxed up, and you was over there. Looking in box is totally peeping. I saw all this close in the box office close some of his clothes and believe me, I really wanted to look a little more closely, but I tried to be discreet, probably. And. I take anything because you couldn't tell surveillance there or not. Yeah. True. And what did you see on the shelf? That was pretty funny. Oh, the bobble head Brown. I took a picture of two. It was pretty it was pretty great. So we were looking around. We were seeing all of this stuff. And then. Here. Come this doll the governor dog? So would it be like a governor dole? They came and sniffed us out followed by the governor himself. Earn on woods. Nice. Four. So we wanted to meet the governor not only because he commuted your sentence. He, but also because of the sheer number of people he recently commuted and pardoned he's been on a tear. No kidding. His last two terms. He's commuted and pardon more people than any other governor in California's history. What about Schwarzenegger Schwarzenegger he commuted important? I think twenty five people and Gray Davis Gray Davis zero zero. So we wanted to get a sense from governor Brown. Why why did he do that? Why did he take that path? Okay. But I this. We had a very self serving question, and we were curious if you've ever listened to the podcast. No, I have not not to this. No.