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3129: Safety First w/ Chris Hauselt

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

38:17 min | 1 year ago

3129: Safety First w/ Chris Hauselt

"<music> welcome to keith and the girl. I'm keith marlon ladies and gentlemen today's guests producer and co host of stand. They ended up with pete dominick on sirius x._m. Chris hasselt love chris. I how are you how are you. I'm doing great. We were on and myself off the pete. Dominick shown serious and christian finnegan was filling in for pete pete was on vacation correct correct deposition asian. I wouldn't aware was pete promised pete no and i don't think christian appreciate it when i said and before i leave i just want to send out the you uh-huh best wishes to pete in the hospital and it was very thrown yeah yeah and he's like i'm like well. I don't think you're supposed to ever say that christian but <hes> you know the banners pete. What don't i know and he goes no. He's in the bahamas on vacation. I'm like okay so a show and he just went to the bomb all right christian. That's where he's anyway hope. He's doing well. You made panic and i get it because it's not his show and he's he's filling in. He's the timing is different than the podcast where we sit here and we're like whatever we say is okay and we could just throw shit out there and if you don't get it you don't also implying like a severe. Illness is the kind of thing that like jar. The producers chris keeping it secret are they not and they told keith and is it like as a. You've got some sort of like you got the o._t. Believe form abbott and if you made up where somebody's gonna guanacaste and that's where you say the bahamas you know did you did you make of the <hes> no no no. He said he's really going to the bahamas but it is that is a very like i'm actually she. Having a facelift type destination right that was very big in like the eighties or something everything was going to the bahamas comeback like their their sideburns would be behind their ears. I got a little burnt like oh. That was the problem. Okay your show by the way it's three hours a day. I two hours pretty political. <hes> no i mean i would say the whole thing can be political okay. I just got an email saying we've been talking about these shootings too much that took place over the week. I am and they just just happen. How could you have been talking about them too. Much also which ones which shootings exactly which of the eight that happened since this war and which ones were not interesting to you dear listener. We try to pick the good ones they go. Don't be don't be so political right and i'm thinking well you guys know about the shootings. You have your thoughts of course and other news. I'm political political in spite of myself and i wouldn't even call myself political. I think this is more social political. We talk about our lives and this thing happens in our life so we just talk about what we're reacting to in general right but but sorry do you guys get hate mail talking about this weird thing so when you do the see the show is is that pizza comic <hes> but you get to say whatever he wants right. It's kind of like a right. It's like the get jeffrey car but also he'll just look i don't know and then we try and have experts in to figure out the rest and experts just are people who go yemen expert. I talk about about that a lot with your daughter. Yeah yeah oat milk. I know all about milk have me talk about oat milk milk all the time i'm in and but there are people that hate now but they really hate call and it's like they just listen constantly but they don't like the show so listen to get tuned up i guess and in and then they call in and get mad and then they call in and try and argue yeah. There's a lot of i've started to think the internet's done this to me that that there might ep like the the radio version of of twitter trolls were there almost like bought a counters people who their job is to kind kind of call in and wind up and not. I'm not saying that we pay for them because i used to be a thing to in radio where it was like you fake call to make your show seemed like it was more than got all those now that it's twenty four hours on a million channels. I'm sure they don't need any faith. Cost next call comes to from bob and salt lake city city. We we used to know a few people who did that and they would have to wake up at like six in the morning column morning show and be like hey i. I just want to send flowers to my boyfriend balon god. He's cheating and our yelling at each other to to a very lucrative job for young comics. I mean it's fifty bucks for the call but i think that comics it makes like the bs aspect of it so much at the fifty dollars is just like oh. I also get a separate family in another state. Almost it's fine. Kim probably doing something me you ever do that. You ever fake a call <hes> or not like that but i've been on radio shows i've worked on shows where <hes> the calls are light and it's a really call show and so they're like behind. The scenes like somebody's scrambling being like janet janet go into the next office and call. Just you know it's like the kind of thing it's like a spark plug and then once we just get that one pretend call then everyone else will be like oh hey to write i. I noticed this in sirius x._m. You get off the elevator and they have booths with phones lonesome. Oh yeah those are no. What is that for people to call in. They just don't want to be in an actual studio. I wish that that's what it was for. What's seems ball generally enderle it for people to eat the smell. Yes launches possible phone booth because that's why they smell like. It's like oh subs all day. I think that there it's a new thing it's a new office thing. It's like a privacy okay. Oh so maybe some of the calls that you need to make because because everyone no one's an office because we have an open office plan and so it's like it's like oh well if you need some time. I don't wanna you know trigger gate triggered or trigger you so you should go into your booth. Okay very good u._k. Okay so really solved and they're supposed to be soundproof but i don't think they are you know once you once you know that the calls on the radio a lot of them are fake especially the morning turning one's. You're just like yeah. How could this be faked because they're really fucking with people and they don't have the kind of money to get out of fucking with people so are there. It's all fake. Yeah i mean they're calling people and like their their boiling. Points are being read to you mother fucker to kill like this. I can't believe that she's cheating on on me and now i caught although yeah you're perfectly fine on the radio. The radio has enough money to like be cool with somebody exploding like that about their real life to lila. If you're familiar with that radio show i listen to every time i visit my family at christmas time. We really so it's like a romantic has a helpline applying show but she also plays like the softest soft rock like this is like eat hamas all day and have a smooth poop soft rock. It's it's like you know. Oh oh yeah she's religious right and she's like but it has. It has a quasi religious tone kind of like a lifetime movie. She's in whereas where it's like not religious but also leg is is everything at christmas. She's in my grocery store. They play on my grocery so so she'll do these letters and phone calls from people and it's like this has to be like this is a too on the nose where it's from a man and he's been <hes> we is in love with the woman but he has like weird ideological issue with with her family. That isn't salacious. You know what i mean. It's more like her. Family wants a church marriage but i'd prefer more backyard sirmo delilah. I don't want things to fall apart mark. Please help me al also he willie <hes> but they're yeah. They're very very faked right. It's just a <unk>. I i presume. Don't sue me but also come on your show on. I can be real or otherwise. I got a letter later a hate letter because i didn't like the new fast and furious movie shot in hobbs okay and the only reason i bring king i brought it up because i thought it's like a it's really just picking on myself. Where'd insecurity that i got nervous watching it because i was bored shitless and i thought oh no getting you thought it was. You thought it was boring. I was bored. Did you say it <hes> no i haven't i have a i there are movies. I can't explain why some action is boring and others aren't but this board there are movies that nine wins as soon as i see the trailer i know i'm going to watch it my living room on demand and i might even by it because i'll be impatient. Routes twenty bucks or twenty bucks. I guess twenty dollars. We'll do ninety nine right. Why won't even wait that long. I'm like i'm like i can't be bothered to go to the theaters but i also don't want to wait a two more weeks to pay twenty five percent of the price right so i got nervous like home turning into fuddy-duddy and then luckily i happen to raise raise fuddy-duddy by right the boys on amazon see that into me. I'm like great. I do love violence and bullshit fantastic and i felt young again and so it's just bringing up that story. I thought it was interesting in this guy rates. This is the best selling fast and furious ever now. I i'd like it first of all. That has nothing to do with anything. It doesn't mean the movie was good or not. You got everybody out through marketing that day right also then who cares this plat. What did you write it. Unless you're johnny shaw who is <hes>. Can i just suggest yes adult do the show anymore. Maybe maybe that you didn't enjoy hobson shaw because you've seen so much action movies so many action movies that you're kind of like desensitized to it like a person who's seen like so much porn that like you're like wow it can't just be dumb like the fast and furious but like you need like some he like like like you know a someone has to die like the boys is extreme like you need the boys the boys the boys get you off now. Mainstream name pops and shaw kind of fast and furious action. You're like a scene it. I need snuff films. No right like it's an action movie version of eight millimeter and you're just wandering around me like have you seen it. Did the sub go to the moon like <hes> as soon as the boys starts this you know this couple is talking man and woman. They're they're in love you as the audience member like them all of a sudden. The woman explodes and it's because their version of the flash just ran right through her and i'm like yes. This will make the cut start whacking yes. Now we're talking. I don't need quips from hobson shah. They hate each other movies. He's really funny though okay they're they're trying to be. I go to comedy clubs. Can i tell you they're trying to be more on the things oh funny action movies. You know how great great those lines are getting tool for this does the it's so quotable for years. Other movies are saying it because that's funny that is funny as action action movies gets. I'm getting too old for this sole funny that at least three other movies has used it to the party. Yeah not zeevi. Did it feels like i she goes i and then they cut the shah and not working with both of them. At the same time this as saw frog goes crazy now and i'm like now see the boys you know somebody will get breastfed even though the superman yeah that's what i need. You might be right now. We'll say i mean. I don't want to send you down the dark alleys of your mind but it could be what the thing is. This is why we need gun laws. This is what i'm i'm saying how do you. How do you know what's affecting who yet don't you just limit guns you can't you can't judge anybody. I'm reading that a gang members are using emojis allot to give code to each other. Okay okay so the coda gun no because that'd be too obvious instead. It's a money moneybag in a guy running and a credit card symbol that means credit card scam to once in that's why they also they also just came out the ammonia of a little bag of cocaine so it hampers things if they when they emoji a man running and scissors that means. I'm gonna cut you so be nervous. If you see that who is discovering who's giving that kind of heads up just a cute way to say who's texting that heads up. I'm coming with them. Running with scissors is is that like supremely tougher as the weakest thing in the world right hill running in you you know at the worst is poisonous in my early time line that i we just use now i gotta go through all the emojis and find the running thing and then if you wanna make them run you have to use the two one one where he's kind of running in one where he's legs are open and then you see them running and and the scissors are like every other one what if you're extremely violent yet fat fingers like me and you're just like you do the safest part right but the other ones the frankenstein zombie emoji that they have now. There's like what am i what message sending here and that's even scarier. I like the way you think i am going to. I took up my boyfriend. We've been dating for three months. Were highly in love. We hope wins ends in three years but we'll see she's happy so he sent me a screen cap of this obvious bob but like a woman trying to hit on him and him go. I will not talk <music> and he sends it to me and i just send him. A knife. Emoji doesn't matter if it's a i. I wonder if those emojis are admissible in court. I guess so now that we know about it and now that they know it works. You know what i always thought this way speaking of corny about gangster rap and you know the talking about out murder and we all know it oftentimes leads to an actual beef that causes murder but to me. I was always like they're singing. I mean it's like i'm dancing to kill. You like rapper gangster broadway. Well firstly come. I'm gonna murder you doing rhyming. You're doing poetry about death and it always seems silly to me but i mean don't get me wrong shot up well. It's what came first right first of all there hasn't been that for like twenty years hasn't been like beef that leads to murder really and also if the beef leads to murder the beef happened i and what you're doing is you're rhyming about the life that you're leading and your life changes start rhyming about other things. You don't think rhyming goddamn silly see. I always say beautiful. It's absolutely amazing how they express themselves think think they're geniuses. At most of the time <hes> that is all just made up <hes> and their rhyming about it because they know that's what the audience likes because there are actual tough tough people out there that want to be sung to about violence right and that that's what the real problem is because then you get the recording artists hulas like i need to do an actual a crime and then that's where they start these rivalries and that's how people get killed. Please please please. Let's also not not forget the other side. There's not just wrapping hip hop. That's trying china lyrics that are up metallica host little baby. Don't say a word and never mind that knows. It's fucking nursery. I've life they had long hair and jack daniels on stage and they were fucking destroying hotel rooms right and actually more hurting themselves but i'm sure they weren't the the rivalry between leonard skinner in the allman brothers and look how that ended the almonds took down. That plane killed most of the band. Was that what happened. I didn't know that and what it's gonna get out of it. They kill twain. Oh well the the whole thing. It's like artists artists to our hard like a lot of stuff comes from heartache or your your dirtbag on the street. You're trying to make it as a singer. You don't have like this nice life but you have an outlet of poetry basically so it's weird to be tough but everyone's tough with their rhyming intro collins funny so i'm looking at a <hes> emoji of a gas pump and if you put them both together a gas pump followed by another gas pump. It means gang gang. I don't know if that's like when you take the gas out. Thank dying. Oh maybe are just g for gas see. This is what what i don't understand why so on the nose like the bag of money means money money in the scissors gonna cut you like if they were really smart art and really wanted to get around the system on this like the i'm gonna cut you emoji would be like a snowflake or a puppy or like <hes> compensate and then the thing for money like it has it has to be so misdirected right. I like this is like a string of nonsense is used to be the case right now. When we order we'd we'd just text the guy like i would like an ounce of weed like not even like some green and like some other. Some other terms used to be so coated. Now i want the i want pot that makes me scared yeah see in twenty minutes and you can text that two people they'll send you their menu sour diesel and like purple purple buller whatever the fuck and they'll send you prices and everything so yeah sure go ahead gang members. They're like prove you're in a gang and you go gas pump echoes you like oh. I didn't know that play on our hands are they. Gains are learning not to use facebook in fact they call it fed book and they know that's what's going to get them caught. Instead dead they use whatsapp or an app called cover me kick messenger. You bow and arrow is all done a dating app. That's marketed to teens means because the messages disappear quickly. What's it called epstein. Yes absolutely than the messages go away. Fast gangs might order new members to run a credit card. The check scam using digital symbols of man running moneybag in a credit card and address and gang activities also carried out on gaming consoles is a big one in one robbery set a purported a cellphone sale while chatting via playstation when the victims showed up. Someone pulled a gun on him and robbed him. I was watching a show where i don't know if they're in the air but <hes> somebody something went wrong with the mission and so you see one of the people people in the mission just watching t._v. And playing words with friends and then all of a sudden a text comes in is it through his words with friends like the mission has gone better or something like that all all right because no one's looking through your words with friends to say like oh. I forgot to kill someone right now. What is that thing when that happens on like n._c._i._s. whenever like doc <hes> on t._v. When someone uses a smartphone why do they always have to have like some like low rate version of a chat like can they knock doc in the proprietary rights to like actually have a screen. You know what i'm talking about. I'm surprised that when like the when they show like tech show up on a phone it's like the weirdest fake is looking thing thing in the whole world. <hes> and it's like well. We all know that that's like it takes me right out of it. I can't even come speaking of fed book. A male model when it by white cops was so embarrassed by his unflattering mug shot that he posted a shirtless selfie next to it online bombing were able to find out where it was because of that police in england release the photo of stephen murphy thirty three after he destroyed property failed to show up in court when a local paper person article go about him on facebook he wrote that is the worst picture of me. Here's a better one and then location christ listen. If i'm gonna rob three banks. You can't put any photo you want to be in there as let me take a quick one and send it to you for god's sakes. I'll do it jason lord. I'll fuck slow. Oh christ. I've taught it again. Steven steven murphy are going back to the polk. What is wrong with me stephen patrick murphy. What have you done on. Your mother is going to be so upset with you. Know passing cleveland bank robber made it easy for cops when he inadvertently provided his ide- information he's he's fifty four years old michael herald. He passed a note to the teller saying demanding money but it was on the back of his d._m._v. document information that he just picked up slide. You don't have a spare piece of paper. You don't get to rob a bank teller. The guys like miming that he is a gun media it. Can you just write down gimme paper like do you have anything on job applications for sure and i'm gonna fill this the real actually what the piece of paper was actually a deposit so he has all of yeah yeah. She filled it out and deposited the money that he stole from them. Can you deposit ten million in that account hit the gun and they're like i think you just i think we're this isn't even transaction so you go. I don't even think a crime has been committed ten grand and then deposited ten grand so right we were picking on that <hes> kathy griffin movie called a hell of a story but there is a there are of course there are some funny parts in it and one is when she talks about the hate mail that she was getting the death threats and these idiots sending the old school the male and there's the return address on the unbelievable and so she'd handed today f._b._i. Nippy about how about that okay albany oregon about thirty minutes. Something like how excited are you. You're like mouldering scully. That's the case again right and you're like oh my god for having the longest lunch today red lobster like this case which is ended before it was begun. I do wonder what happens to the people who they catch sending death threats like. Do you go to jail for that because she nearly got could she. She was up up for charges for conspiracy to assassinate the president so if she's doing that and people are threatening her. Isn't that a conspiracy to kill her. You would think so. I wanna see me me yeah. It's different any looked like a five minute netflixing about china murder griffin that guy who sent all the pipebombs that weren't even real oh pipebombs. They didn't even work. He just got twenty years so and he was like you know he's just trying to. He tried to kill every person who we thought that was hurting his man. So did it not work because he's an idiot or it didn't work because he just he didn't really want to do it. Let's get into this guy psyche. What the fuck as long as me who gives it well. I'll go undercover. I'll cover conversion van and cover it with so many stickers. It looks like a paranoid psychos. Good humor truck the feelings. I'll see you in six months. Come back with eight teardrop tattoos will by the way speaking of music and a a biker in canada woman came across cougar. Get the cougar to leave. She blasted metallica's. Don't tread on me at the beast. The courier left in was scared. How does don't tread on me go. The song sounds so be threatened the more more to prepare for peace. You must prepare for war about about <hes> the more do with them all. They don't say no. Maybe she sung it like that and the cougars like i'm out imagined she's he's like sees. The cougar frantically like fishing for keys running back to her car puts the cd in flipping through track. What track did you pay for that halfway through. The season. Decis shows a d. galleon. The said the tune was the most threatening one she could imagine seeing you could imagine imagination is so small the worst violence assault after her story spread. She got a call from the heavy metal bands from and james head field who was quote very stanford. She's up yeah. He was like listen. That's cool album ninety nine dollars. Can you just like how do you want to pay that wroclaw download or stream. Do here's the following emojis not to use so. Let's see okay you punch a shark. You get taller than a bear. You play metallica for a cougar. I'm gonna get all these confused. Maybe playing so fucking something for sharia drive. Your speaker keeps dying. House is going to work and then what a mentioned something thing. I want to mention roommate. I have their cups. You love there i do because i've been making frozen mojica's. This has been the most. I don't even drink but what i keep them in that frozen position in that slurpee state you do it without the alcohol alcohol and people can i have alcohol people wanna add it but it just so you guys know not lame you guys know. 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They have containers for things they have containers for your beverages the cups that can the love they also have wine containers so whether you take your cold white wine or your room temperature red wine take to the beach. It's going to be the same temperature as when i put it in they have the same thing <hes> for beer and and bear containers and like i said i don't drink but these are working really well for me n._f._l. Kennedy so you drink out there right. You know you got your work done one two three four. I don't know your plan but if you're not letting people down enjoy okay don't settle for warm alcohol tila with your favorite drinks all day long with roommate great for school bus drivers visit what key why would they visit while it's not knocker. 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I guess so and the handed me lime. Here's your mahita domino's but the cup keeps a cold a southwest airlines flight attendants recent joke which was hiding in the overhead bin as passengers boarded didn't really fly dave. This is the best joke ever from nashville to philadelphia. Hey y'all got a handbag sideways. Hey i you don't you dare say i don't fit. I can't get over how weird i find this. One passenger southwest said its employees are known for demonstrating their sense of humor. That's where i needed an air. That's what they're known for but safety still remains a top just so you know i've have you ever we pride ourselves on safety yes but we also pride ourselves on sense of humor in that order <music> safety fart jokes. I wouldn't even say second one point. Five safety is yeah. I used to work for them and i i got fired because i had my joke was like hey everybody check that. It opened the door fun. You didn't think it'd be this windy. Have have you guys ever had like the cooler sassy flight attendant. I suffer through that like the waiters at not friday that like ben down there part of your table like what are we having guys. Have i'm just wondering like why don't i ever get these. Flights would like someone's trying i i like. I'm glad i don't have a flip out flight attendant yeah like the guy that was just like remember the guy a couple of years ago. He was like i'm outta here double guns and like he pulled the slide and the little inflatable thinking about he's like i'm done this over. He took a couple of years. He was like obviously my last day working here. He's he's like. Hopefully somebody out there as a quiz wrong i never get that. They always looked so upset to me. They're the best thing the only good thing it's ever happened to me on a on a plane <hes> i was going out west second time flying i i grew up in a very fearful family and so i never really went to a on a plane until i was like maybe in my twenties <hes> noah yeah i know. I don't know if that's weird or not is a weird weird. Yeah you have to go somewhere. They'll neural anything nathan flying somewhere and we're connected through arizona and dave mustang for megadeath on my plane okay sitting like a to roseau roseau up for me across the aisle so i had a clear line of sight what davis dane was doing posey up to by the way he had a briefcase with him and his wife was a few husarova's he was all by himself and his wife and children were above ahead like actually think that they weren't business class and he was in coach or by so people can tell this story and look the humility right yeah. He did announce himself as he sat down with jake the original metallica's enro- zero five seat be so you know why he did it. He's like okay so him and his wife have disagreement one of us in the comfortable seats but we have to take care of the kids the whole flight data one goes in the bathroom yeah yeah. It's actually a or he would right. He was like yeah. I need my privacy to do things so then you have to coach so he had briefcase and he always got important business papers. He's going to be going over some things some sort of new album or something you know how he does and he opened and i was full of word find books like let even crosswords it was like circle the word tell he writes. His music is like i'm gonna circle these words and then right assan bliss. It's a true story folks. I could prove it but it's definitely what happened. Those could be hard sometimes. Sometimes you do the war backwards stephen diagonal. 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I think gator homework to know. I feel like she's just a lease tart who didn't want to. She's just sleeping through lake. I'm trying to think about like she must have. Terrible smartphone like who does like how does this cat is like has advanced knowledge. Knowledge of menu systems can go through and like turn the thing off. You know what i mean. Is it <hes> i think it's the same cat downloading child porn when these guys are like the cat ran over my keyboard. You can't trust these cats. Everybody says they're very independent by the way does upon. Maybe we should throw this question at andrea. Who's our cat residential cat expert spirt. Does a paul actually take on an iphone or any kind of right. You know that's another thing to have a soul to finish. Isn't that how the listen how touchscreens work that's trysofi of. Your soul can't stand have one. That's why they're always trying to steal composes. 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Hey Onion! You're Makin' Me Cry!

Wow In the World

20:20 min | 1 year ago

Hey Onion! You're Makin' Me Cry!

"In the name Hello Tatum or carrots or an apple of those things make me cry so why do onion well from what I understand mindy. It's the way an onion goggles like swim goggles even scuba mask while you chop onions it can actually help keep the tears to a minimum and that's probably the plow through no we can't both be crying you gotta stay strong protect itself from its enemies enemies income on what kind of Predator would want to hurt an itty bitty teeny weeny little baby on has by wearing goggles over your eyes when you chop onions if blocked some of the natural chemicals from the onion that irritates your is I believe you're referring to the all midi on what's going on over there but I'm coming over sounds like you need a hug onion plant does everything can't keep away any at all as to prevent them from eating it up so the onion plant has its own we you see I'm making Tofu hot dogs for lunch and I thought I'd chop up some money for toppings but when I started chopping the onions well I use started is water when you chop onion and that was the chemical irritating my is that caused all those tears and that's why you thought I was crying yeah but when I cut up don you're you're telling me the this whole time you were crying because you were chopping onions ever right right well it's just so pain so sure actual chemical known as the lucrative factor or I short l. f. l. left that's exactly what I was thinking l. left is the chemical that makes ready split goggles that'll keep the onion fumes away from your eyes I didn't think of that that's a that's a great idea because I do know that if you were wait oh I said I'm just finishing up chopping this pile of onions here ooh wait a minute now I believe the last one is cry well I always cry when I chopped onions and I always to cut the Geez what what look next time just borrowed began hell for starters is what are you talking about Cairo's why would we wanNA hurt an onion one I mean is that the in defense system yes yes here let's go to the vegetable garden to check it out but only if I can stick a strong one of those tomatoes got grown back there actually what I wanted to show you hear these long thick blades of grass not just grass mindy these are onion plants program okay so can I can I take a bite knock yourself out big Guy Ross who that's spicy and by now it is my donut tree you know that Cheerios don't actually grow into donut trees don't you yeah us all sliver of a chance that tiny cheerio seed can grow up to be a big donuts anyway this is crying well let's take this thing into the kitchen and slice it up and see what happens this time I'm not gonNa feel sorry for you you start crying like a baby objectively I know that but I also know that it rains diamonds on Neptune honestly Cairo's if it rains diamonds on Neptune and there has to at least be result in tears extreme onion breath onion fingers more tears runny nose temporary loss of friends teeth brushing is highly recommended as is the use of rubber gloves now back to the he never here to help you get through a little money when you WanNa talk about Theon ya well the onion is right at the bottom here see it's it's the bulb of this planet the part of the onion that we eat yeah now I see it look too scary to me well it's not supposed to look scary but it is supposed to make it hard for us to eat yeah but okay okay maybe so we have this onion and if you take a big bite out of it like an Apple Timeout Iras before you do that a quick publics service announcement the experience you're about to hear was conducted by trained professionals do not try this at home except under the direct supervision of a grownup eating large quantities of onion inside and onion just an onion mindy and onion cell you mean those teeny tiny little pockets that kind of look like throw that thing into that water much better why don't you just love nature media I mean look at all of his beautiful produce growing right here we've got some some Kale and Swiss chard and the friends like Ford I'll kiss through the tough times right it'll pass mindy I just this cry okay but where are you going to be well I'm going to be looking through my microscope you inside the cell and I'll do the play by play you know trying to see early in March and Gold Jack at Case Western University in Ohio have been trying to understand exactly why onions release these invisible gases man you just bit into that onion and it basically bit back those museum was really yeah in fact many scientists Josie civil that was exactly if you look at a piece of onion under a microscope you'll see onion cells and that's where you've got to go to see why onions got it got it all right now let me turn this baby on Mindy and forget your scuba gear okay okay well go ahead and climb inside this slice right here maybe yeah no no he here comes cheers and am g d you remember that one flea on the base mad everyone was buzzing about that one well anyway so from that one fleabag who sold me a VCR and his entire collection of Disney videotapes and I have to admit the band was pretty good oh here where do I start sad the only tell me what it feels like where you are okay a mustard greens and some blended that trivial around here somewhere it was just a few months ago it should've quote in that time you shrunk me when you wanted to go visit that flea market run by real fleas yeah that was awesome such a good l. carefully place you and the onion slice on this glass side so I can see you under my microscope I can explain what's happening okay but are you sure you don't want to join me I mean I can shrink you with my shrink wand I'll take a pass this time India I'm still recovering the misses it mindy this is where the magic happens look to your left you see it hi dear what you just said actually neither do I really maybe it would help if we went inside with our own eyes whites like actually go mindy Oh hey you're so tiny I never get to see what you look like shrunken down oh you're so and the unseld mixes with the liniers it creates the chemical we fondly known as Look Crematory factor or in simple language L.. Yeah I have down yourself but I'm going in just fine my lawn exit that's AH formation of the Lacrosse factor or L. Left that flea market was a terrible case of fleas took me like four flea baths to stop the itching so I think I'm GonNa pass being yes you got it the sulfuric acid precursor and the Leonidas protein bubbles is a magical magical I say okay okay hold on partner but Lemme shrink and just just give me a quick okay mindy wasn't that amazing I mean we witnessed they drew chemical reaction some of those bubbles you see are filled with something else called a Leonie perfect so now those bubbles they aren't touching right yourself because all of that site Oh Plaza is going to cash out okay you ready okay here goes okay okay great now I'm going to cut into the cell that you are floating but please brace are mixing together and forming that Anini gas the gas that makes her eyes tear up in water mindy we just witnessed the mantis actually engineered a new type of onion. That doesn't make you cry when you chop it up at tearless well that's even expect to grab the shrink want it's somewhere here okay I got it got you ready Mindy Lever because it's possible that the same chemical that causes tears is the same chemical that gives onions it's special onion delicious loud will be right that grownups this message is you're like to suck out the juice no PROB- limo mindy comets go walk walk walk walk walk walk walk rash hair that was a pretty brave thing to do the first human to try a balloon I don't even think they had spicy dipping sauce back then do you know that in Japan of something Fabulous Boar's head compromise elsewhere support also comes from cliff kid cliff kid understands that kids active bodies and imagination in your local Deli and of course the crown jewel of the Deli is the uncompromising quality of Boar's head the keeper of this culture for over one hundred years just take a ticket and your yeah okay great yes so some of the things you see floating around are called the Sofi nic acid precursors and then every Tuesday and Thursday listen and subscribe to life kit all guys that's it better than no tear shampoo tastes better too you would think so not that I mean a tearless onion that takes all of the pain does that make our eyes sting when we buy into them in what did they find out what we found out that when the feek acid precursor floating in the Saddle Plaza are you support for this podcast and the following message for parents come from Boar's head every food he knows that if you want a taste of something incredible look no I counter concierge can help you find fresh flavorful delicacies customized just the way you like it if you're looking to expand your culinary horizon the Deli counter awaits with a slight in nature I know think of all the trouble we humans go there just to eat onions I mean can you imagine the first humans who tried them at all I am from Queensland Australia my well in the world is that poll obeys for MAG look business so I guess that means Yup our days of crying into are blooming onion batter are far from over. 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Jan 23, 2020

Sword and Scale Daily

19:13 min | 1 year ago

Jan 23, 2020

"Hello and welcome back the sword and scale daily. I'm your host Ryan Williams. It's Thursday January twenty third. And this is your daily true crime report coming up on sword and scale daily in Albany Oregon. A man has been arrested for the murder of his estranged wipe after his friend turned in a circular saw he borrowed that contain both tissue and blood matching the missing woman. Nevada County California man has been released released on parole after spending nearly twenty five years in prison. After being convicted for the murders of two sixteen year old girls finally authorities in Long Island Island have released what they believed to be a crucial piece of evidence handled by the Gilgo beach. Killer te also known as the Long Island serial killer all this and more coming up on sort and scale daily burn taste touched the authorities in Albany Oregon in announced on Tuesday that they arrested forty two year old. Craig LASAGNA and charged him in connection with the murder of his estranged wife. Thirty seven year. Old At tiffany Luzon who has been missing since January ninth according to K. A. T. U.. Two News relatives of Tiffany's not heard from her. Since December twenty seventh and on on January eighth had asked authorities to conduct a welfare check. Please were unable to establish any contact with tiffany and when they had spoken a Craig around one twenty five. AM On January ninth. He claimed to not know where his wife was. And he indicated she was supposed to be moving to Washington during their missing persons investigation allegation. Investigators learned that Craig Barda circular saw from a friend. Craig return the saw several days later to that friend. Due to the nature of the investigation allegation that friend then turned the saw over to authorities who then send it to the Oregon State crime lab forensic analysis of the saw showed there to be bodily bodily tissue and blood that was consistent with the DNA of Tiffany Luzon. Fortunately for investigators. They didn't have to go far to find Craig as he was already. In custody on charges of second degree animal neglect an animal abandonment. Koa In six reported that on January fourteenth Craig was arrested and charged urged after abandoning. TIFFANY's cat inside a storage unit. Captain Brad. lyles stated quote. The cat was found at a storage unit in Albany listed under several the People's names it sounded like a cat in distress so we responded and actually found the cat so he was charged with that door municipal court. TIFFANY's cat has since been given to her daughter. This isn't the first time that Craig Lozano has encountered trouble in regards to his wife. According to a probable cause AFFADAVIT CRAIG was arrested in two thousand fifteen and charged with attempted murder fourth degree assault strangulation two counts of second degree assault first first degree rape first degree sodomy first degree unlawful. Sexual Penetration and first degree kidnapping. These charges stemmed from an incident. Were Craig type. Tiffany up in the couple's home on February twenty fourth. Two Thousand Fifteen. Over the course of nearly six days he raped strangled and beat her while she was in captivity. To make matters worse tiffany's teenage daughter was in the home throughout the course of it. All Craig told the daughter that Tiffany was sick in in order to keep them apart. According to the court document. Tiffany told police that Craig put her in a car and was planning to take her to the Kalpa River drown her and dump her body but she claimed that he forgot his cell phone in the house and when he went inside to get it she somehow from the car and ran several yards to a neighbor's house house. Frederick Edwards is the manager of the West Side. Villa apartments in Albany were tiffany. LASAGNA says she was assaulted. He said he saw her after she escaped. So in. Two Thousand Fifteen Edwards told K.. A. T. U.. Two News that he put Tiffany Lozano on the stoop of his apartment behind one of his cars. So Craig lasagna. Zahn couldn't get to her. He said Craig appeared to be angry almost possessed all of the charges against Craig Zone in that case were dismissed after a judge determine determine the victim in the case Tiffany was not a credible witness. Tipping Luzon is five feet five inches tall and weighs one hundred and fifteen pounds. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. She wears glasses if anyone has seen tiffany or has information on the case they're asked to contact the Albany. Police detectives at five four one. Nine one seven seven six eight six our next story brings us to Alameda County. Many were convicted murderer. Forty five year old. Same strange has been released on parole after serving nearly twenty five years in Valley State Prison Sam mm strange had been convicted in nineteen ninety six of the murders of two teenage girls from Grass Valley California. He received two sixteen years to life. Sentences we'll sixteen year old crissy Campbell and Don Donaldson. Two best friends had gone missing on July. Twenty Third Nineteen ninety-four originally. Finally the case was treated as such just a missing persons investigation but two weeks later. Investigators found the body of the two young women. Both brutally murdered ordered due to the nature of the crime. Both bodies were considered to be unidentifiable and had to be identified through DNA. It was a heinous crime crime in what would be considered a small tight knit community. According to retired Nevada County sheriff's Captain Ron Smith. He stated quote it. It was a who done it. People didn't know was there a killer in our midst there was concern about a satanic group about a hitchhiker murderer during the course of the investigation Nevada county investigators were able to establish that same strange had been in contact with both women around the last time that they were seen gene. According to detectives Salmon told him that both Christie and dawn had asked him for a ride and he refused. Eventually that story would begin begin to unravel. Sam reportedly admitted the he disposed of the bodies but pointed the finger at two friends of his for the murders claiming that his life as well as that of his mother father and siblings had been threatened if he said anything but the evidence recovered started to paint a different picture according according to a press release from the Nevada County. DA's office in two thousand fifteen both. The acts and sledgehammer used in the murder had come from Sam's garage. The the weapons were disposed of in a nearby pond fingerprints recovered from the bags. Containing the bodies belong to Sam and that he allegedly continued to lie to to investigators throughout the years. Though Christie's father dug his stated that he's grown to believe same story as it has stayed consistent from the beginning and it was the same as what Sam's mother Kathy Strange Morales had published in her manuscript. She wrote about her son's case Christie's mother. Kathy believes that two men who had been involved in the case are currently walking around free. She has stated quote any attention to the cases helpful. We are always hopeful. Someone someone will come forward with the truth. Dawns family on the other hand. Believe the correct person was arrested and convicted for her murder. Linda Olsen Dawn's mother has stated quote. He told two completely different stories and pass lie detector tests both times so we know he is very good at lying. He can't be trusted. I do believe Sam. Strange is right where he belongs and he is a risk to the public the thought of running into him in town. If he were it'd be released would be more than I can handle. He should never get out. Never Dawns family have set up a memorial for her in Montana where she was born born. Linda Olsen said quote. It's a beautiful place with a view of the mission mountains and the flathead Lake. That's where I will. Scatter her ashes. The same strange was granted parole suitability and August two thousand nineteen after his fourth attempt. He had previously been granted parole in February two thousand eighteen eighteen but then governor Jerry Brown had the grant reversed Joe Orlando a spokesperson for the California Department of Corrections has said the same strange will be on supervised parole until January seventeenth two thousand twenty two after the break the authorities in Long Island have announced what they consider to be a key piece of evidence in the case of the Gilgo beach killer also known as the Long Island serial killer. mm-hmm it off. Hey I just wanted to ask how many of you have is credit cards. I'm sure that most of you have at least one. If so you know there's no better feeling than paying them off but you know it feels even better paying off those high interest credit cards getting a lower rate and saving money. That's what you can do with livestream. 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They also believe that this piece of evidence may have have been handled by the killer. The piece of evidence in question is about embossed with the letters. H M or W H according to Suffolk County police. Commissioner Geraldine Heart. The belt has been in evidence since the initial stages of the investigation. This much hyped. Press conference came on the same day that Netflix announced film on the case called loss girls which is set to premiere on the Streaming Service on March thirteenth. During the press conference it was announced that the black whether Belton boss with the lettering was found at one of the crime scenes off of Ocean Parkway Commissioner heart that revealing piece of evidence will assist in the investigation Russian the Gilgo beach killer or Long Island. Serial killer has grip the residents of the area for a better part of a decade in May of two thousand ten ten Suffolk County. Police officers were searching for twenty four year old Shannon Gilbert who had been missing since May first of that year Shannon worked as an escort and was last seen in the area of Oak Beach. After running away from a client's home. Her driver Michael Pack was waiting outside but she never returned during during a routine training exercise in December. Two thousand ten in officer in his dog discovered the first body in a burlap sack on the north side of the Ocean Parkway nearby three additional bodies were discovered just two days later in March and April of two thousand eleven four more bodies were discovered in a different area of the parkway by November of two thousand eleven. A total of ten bodies have been found in both suffolk and assault counties and authorities announced. They believed one person was responsible for all ten deaths based on common characteristics among the condition and forensic evidence of the bodies four of the women. Megan Waterman Airman Maureen Brainard Barnes Amber Lynn Castello and Melissa Barthelemy all had their services listed on escort site. All four of their bodies. It is found in burlap sacks on December thirteenth two thousand eleven investigators announced they had found the body of Shannan Gilbert in a marsh roughly half if a mile from where she had gone missing the week prior her clothes and some personal belongings had been found in the area. Her death was thought to have occurred from stumbling into the the marshland and drowning but her mother married disagrees is Shannon had called nine one one the night she went missing claiming she feared for her life and was seen banging on resident store screaming for help before running off. According to The Washington Post the investigation got a boost in September. Two Thousand Nineteen when state officials determined that investigators could ask the FBI to deploy genetic genealogy technique in which genetic profiles a run through a database to find potential relatives tips of homicide victim or suspect. Commissioner Heart has stated. She's not sure how long this process could take. But it's hoping to utilize the leverage. Social Media has in the meantime a website to share any tips as well as provide information regarding the case has been set up at Gilgo News Dot com before we leave you. We have a couple of updates on cases we've been following the Salt Lake Tribune reports that teenage suspect sixteen year old. Cj Cj Haney will be tried as an adult in connection with the shooting of five family members. Left four dead. The shooting occurred on January seventeenth in Granville Ville Utah to county attorney. Scott broadhead told Fox. Thirteen that the teenager will be tried in District Court as opposed to juvenile court because Utah Law states that anyone who is sixteen or older must be tried as an adult if they are charged with aggravated murder or murder prosecutors charged CJ CJ on Wednesday with four counts of aggravated murder one count of attempted aggravated murder and five counts of discharging a firearm. All of the charges are first degree degree felonies and he faces a maximum of life in prison as he is a juvenile and not eligible for the death penalty. The victims have since been named as fifty two year. Old Consuegra Alessandra Haney fifteen year. Old Alexis Haney fourteen year old Matthew Haney and twelve year old Milan Haney the father of the family family and Fifth Victim Fifty Year Old Colin Haney was shot and survived his since been released from the hospital. We will continue to update you on the story as has it develops our next update comes from Phoenix Arizona. I want to warn you ahead of time that the contents from this update maybe considered disturbing being Fox ten Phoenix reports that twenty. Two Year Old Rachel Henry Sang to her children as she smothered them. According to a police report she she. I allegedly smothered her one year old daughter by placing her hand over the infant's mouth while this was occurring per three year old son was yelling. No and screamed streamed and tried to hit her to get her to stop an officer had written in the report quote Rachel knew she killed the one year old female when she stopped kicking she then reportedly place the baby's body in the back bedroom and began chasing after her three year old son until her aunt and the children's father came home. They all played with the kids for a bit and then she claimed that she was taking her son to the bedroom to change his underwear. Once in the bedroom she placed the toddler on the ground straddle title Tim and then allegedly strangled him as she sang to them. He scratched and pinched in an attempt to get away. Rachel then claim to a fed her seven-month-old seven month old daughter waited till she was asleep before allegedly smothering her while her on and the children's father were in another room police and emergency services. This is recalled to the home later that evening and were unable to revive the Children Rachel was taken into custody where she reportedly admitted to killing her children. She's been charged with three counts of first degree murder. That's it for today's episode sort and scale daily. We'll see you back here tomorrow. Morrow and until then stay safe it it sort and scale daily is an incongruity media production. Your host was Ryan Williams Research and writing by Hagar Barack thank executive producer. Mike Boo Day. If you'd like to show subscribing leave us a review if you'd like to write us with feedback or suggestions use the email address S. daily at sword and scale dot com.

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Goodbye 2020, hello 2021: Prominent Canadians share their hopes for the new year

The Current

16:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Goodbye 2020, hello 2021: Prominent Canadians share their hopes for the new year

"Hi damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in. The norwegian newspaper fiji hunting. Warhead follows a global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting the new york festivals and recommended by the guardian culture and the globe in mail. You can find hunting warhead on. Cbc listen or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. The party is underway. Our first guest already here. Clara hughes is a six time olympic medalist and cycling and speed skating this morning. She is on vancouver island. Madeline tean is an award. Winning author in montreal and in toronto muhammad fucking is a philanthropist and ceo of paramount. fine foods. Happy new year to you all. It is so great to have you with us here to kick off. Twenty twenty one. I'm still not used to saying that. So i have to write it down. So i get the year wrong mohammed. How are you doing at the beginning of a new year. While i'm doing amazing i'm looking forward to twenty twenty one where we all come together and do great things. You're doing amazing. I don't think the to love people. Amazing is not a word that they've used to describe how they're doing certainly in the last eight nine ten months. Why are you doing amazing. Because you know i lived in the war in lebanon. I i've been through something like this very sad time to see a pool of people dying and people suffering and struggling but at the same time we've met a lot of new friends we have respect. We have the respect. A lot of the new name like bucks for ten bucks for bogus a lot of people. They're serving the frontline dedicating their life for us and for all of us have a better twenty twenty one and at the same time. We can have two choices. Sit back sit home and listen to the news or go out and help someone in need. Help our senior that we can help cooking meals for them. Send a message that we will be beside them and we will all do all of what we can to make. You wanna talk about you helping people in need in a moment but clara how are you feeling about twenty twenty one I mean i'm feeling very optimistic. As i think many people are and i think about just a couple of days ago reading the news that our friends on six blackfoot nation. The elders and all that care workers at the elder sensor received their first vaccine. Same thing down our deep connections with the chi knives blackfoot nation. The same thing older center. My mom in winnipeg. Who's turned eighty two during this pandemic. She's gonna kill me for saying that on knoxville radio. She's doing well in winnipeg. My mother-in-law who's ninety years old down in albany oregon as well. And there's just so much hope so i feel it. It's pulsing through my veins. That's fantastic madeline. What about for you. This is it's weird because it's a strange time in some ways to celebrate but it is a new year and to clara's point i mean there's there's lot to be thankful for and to be hopeful for doing at the beginning of this year. I'm i'm doing okay. Fittingly feel better listening to claire. I'm afraid i might be the down there at the party. But i i think in the reflective mood It was a really challenging year. And i think a lot of things were revealed about ourselves in our countries and and there was so much to learn and so much to think about and and so much to question And i'm i'm grateful for all of that. And i think i'm still processing processing in absorbing the comp- complexity of what of what we saw in what we're experiencing now and and i and we are going through another wave you know in in so many of our cities and homes and i just i feel the hope is well it you know. It's it's incredible what's happened with the vaccine it's such a tribute to the scientists in and all the people working So intensively At it and so. I do feel hope but i also feel like a still enveloped in twenty twenty. What do you what do you think was revealed. I think our priorities allah A hierarchies you know what's essential and what isn't who is essential who should be essential I think i think twenty twenty asked us let of questions that if if if twenty twenty one is going to be a different kind of year that we we hope. We've got to address those questions. And i think that is exciting. And that is a challenge and that is powerful. It say it's a tremendous challenge. That is with us at the moment. One of the things that seem to have been revealed. Mohammed was a sense of generosity that there was this phrase at the beginning of the pandemic that we're all in this together and whether that was true or not is up for debate in in many corners but i think one thing that we saw as people stepping up and people trying to help you mean you are doing this even yesterday you were a saw this on on social media cooking meals for five hundred people in a neighborhood For people in need. Tell me why you were involved in I think one of the things that reveal revealed is that we ought in together. Maybe not all all all of us big parts ninety percent of us and get it because we need to sleep every night thinking that are in almost or and every single one of us to sleep thinking that they've done everything they can do for everyone else would only gonna come out on the other side if we help one another. This pandemic has taught us that. It's not okay anymore. If i'm me and my family out of doing are eating. Well are healthy. We need to make sure the entire community is healthy and is doing well and everyone has a proper meal on their table. This pandemic has prevailed like chill. It has shown that is some lack of transparency and leadership won't side. We can be critical but we need to decide how our twenty twenty one willoughby we can't leave the pandemic to decide we need to take control of this and go back to find a way definitely after the surge what are we can restore a kind of a normal life with interest deduction within everything but we can't just keep locking ourselves and not helping anyone out there not doing anything about the pandemic and hope for the best twenty. One wouldn't be better. Twenty one will only be better if we decide to take control of it and make sure to actually hold our leaders. Our political leaders i counsel for them to be transparent with and after proper this kind of thing that people often say as a new year's resolution this year will be better because i am going to take control of something and assert myself in this space clara. Are you a new year's resolution kind of person. I definitely most m not. I'm i'm a new day person. There's three hundred and sixty five of those in the year and i would take three hundred sixty five opportunities instead of one so when when you when you wake up then on the first day of that new year knowing that there are other days to come. What are you looking forward to. What do you chart out as as the path that you want to take that day. Well it's matt. It's an opportunity for mindfulness for being present. And not only that. I think you know in in terms of right. Now i ve really noticed how my energy and energy affect others and affect me and because everything is distant because we're not gathering indoors wherever you are you're probably most likely not gathering with people indoors except for the people very close to you that you're living with. It's subset passing moment where you can smile with your eyes at somebody and you notice that they notice. There's someone crinkles quarters of their is at you and you know that they're smiling under their bat. You can shift trajectory of someone. Say and someone emotions. Someone's struggle at that moment by your humanity by your kindness by the generosity of of showing that you know what i'm here you're here we're here together as human beings and so i look at it as an opportunity when i'm outside when i'm out running or walking i see someone. What can that interaction be. Even if it's non verbal what can it be and how can it be positive. How can i lift someone up by just being a kind to them. Maybe say hello and those women they catch me deeply I've done a lot of very long distance hiking. And sometimes i'm in the back country and i won't see someone for like five six seven days and when i see a human being and their nicely i and i walk on i feel like i still so loved lifted me up and it resonates for such a long time. That positive interaction so each day. I see as opportunities of that how i can be a better human being to the people that i encounter around me. Those are just little gestures with i mean a lot. I think they do mean a lot. And i mean i think they always mean a lot. But i think we've lost them in our business in our hyper connectivity in our addiction to the devices we hold in our hands and we look at more than we look at each other and i think if we can look up and we can remember to look up and acknowledge each other's existence. You're here i see you. I feel you. I love you. I don't know you but as a human being actually you'll love for you. I think that we can help each other more than we'll ever know from. Cbc podcasts and the fifth estate brainwashed is a multi part investigation into the cia In mind control from the cold war and m. k. ultra to the so-called on terror. We learn about a psychiatrist who used his patients as human guinea pigs. And what happens when the military and medicine collide. Listen to brainwashed on the cbc. Listen app or wherever you get your podcasts. You know you're smart funny friends. Who always seem to have the best celebrity gossip. I'm talking about the ones who always know. We should be watching or reading or listening to or what have you can pick their brains. Every week pop chat is a brand new podcast but does exactly that and feels like spending time with your best friends. So join me alina mood. And a panel of the smartest culture critics as we dissect the discourse but also have a great time. Doing it madeleine. You talked about that. Idea of what was revealed in some of it being who we think of as essential how we think of those essential workers this has been such a threat of discussion over the course of the last many months when people talk about going back to an idea of normal. Is there anything that's changed for you in the last many months that you think we should try to hold onto something something that we should use as a way to reset. What normal is well. yeah you know. That's a question that is has been so on my mind. And i don't few i don't have a good answer. I you know. I feel like i really Twenty twenty disappeared in a flash and in slow motion. It was such a strange thing. I spent most of the teaching Not writing which is unusual for me and it meant that. I was in this. You know constant contact with people but the distance on the screen. I think i think what was revealed to me personally was my own fear of of reaching out. You know it in a way. I'm a private person. And it was hard to both fee an isolation and feel in the cooperative world. And i think teaching was a beautiful way to understand how that works. Not to feel that you could. You could give someone what they needed. Not what you need to give to not. I mean That that there was something that each person seemed to be asking me. That i could give that moment and and i have to say it was hard. It was hard. Because i feel kind of in tattered by beyond the year but And i think maybe from myself. I'm thinking about how to be more coherent and also and also you know keep looking for ways to be used in my own particular weird specificity. What is it what is it that is giving you optimism and giving you some hope You know. I think that it comes at the highpoint. Which is i. I do feel. You know maybe immature. Maybe offer that. The people arthur limit and they and i think there's a kind of difficulty for people to figure out how to get through the next six months especially when they have children especially if the schools are closing again. How are they gonna juggle everything. That's coming at them especially if finances are really rocky And it feels like what's being asked of us is even harder than it was last march. Because we're tired But that that idea that we are in it together that there's there is separation and corporations simultaneously the respect. There's also the kind of photographer knees been doing some incredible street photography where you can see people like so many people in their own worlds. It's fascinating to look at them because everyone alone and yet the pattern Pity capturing is been really moving to me muhammed. that idea that we're we're being asked Of a lot and that to madeleine's points when you were tired we're coming out of a very difficult patch but we have a long difficult patch to go through before we get to the light at the end of the tunnel. What should we be thinking about. Do you think in terms of seizing that opportunity but also acknowledging that that a lot of is being put on people right now well for sure. I mean we should make sure that we stick all of the principals and continue putting people in community. I it's very very important that we do not forget the canadian dream and how important is for us to go back to break bread together. It's always exciting roles short-term and long-term goals for people give give them hope and country the whole and. i think we should set the short term and long-term plan. And yeah i understand. The long term is vaccination but we need to find a middle. Why what are we can really after the search for sure find a way of semi normal where we can still interact in a way and continue putting people first look. We can't. it's very important that we all realize now that people in community. I is very important. That's the new essential for me for the next. Probably it's been always all my life but this pandemic has showed me that profit come last especially meeting the restaurant industry. I forgot about my profit last year it was exist and help like about exists continue existing so i can't put my people i in my company might people first. The word is for me. The community committee. That helped me when i came with nothing and made me who i am today. It's very disappointing that we ended up these appointing our seniors in front. Why would i would. Children are looking up to us and our seniors out of counting on us and we cannot disappoint our senior while our children are watching. We need to come out of this. I would head up and the only way we will come out of this with our head up by three people and community. I not a profit. Not i would have Public image. I have people in our community so glad that we have you here with us this morning. that's clara hughes muhammed and madeleine. Tm as part of our new year open house for more cbc podcasts. Go to cbc dot ca slash podcasts.

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How to Get Success Working With A VA Outside of Your Timezone

Virtual Success Show

22:27 min | 1 year ago

How to Get Success Working With A VA Outside of Your Timezone

"Do you find yourself running out of time to accomplish your work spending time doing things that you're not that good at there are effective ways to outsource these tasks so you can focus on your business. This is the virtual success show. We bring the inside scoop on outsourcing success for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs and now here you highest matt me and Bob Reilly Hey everyone and welcome back to another episode of the virtual success. Show where I'm again joined by my Co Host Makhmalbaf Mass. Has It going very good bob? And he's so great. Thanks and as always. We've come up with a fantastic topic again today. That we we think the listeners. You guys are going to really love common problem. I love how when we're just chatting in the planning of the show. We just come up with all these ideas that just Come from our experiences with clients and Matt. You With coaching clients me seeing people getting. Va's brings up the most interesting stories for us absolutely absolutely. And I'm really excited about sedation yet. So common one on something that did come for us recently and I know a lot of people in the virtual assistant virtual virtual team game out there. Globally would have this problem is how do you get success when you're working with virtual team or virtual assistant that is not in your time zone so for example you're in the US working each your business hours and you have the VA in the Philippines? Who WORKS THEIR BUSINESS HOURS? So therefore it's in the middle of the night for you. Which sounds like the Holy Grail? Because the idea would be that you wake up in the morning and all. These amazing tasks have been completed overnight. And but often we find that while that does seem like the the the optimum solution. It doesn't always work out that way. So Madam sure you've seen this with people who have offshore Va's and overseas contractors absolutely a nominal amount of instated to the extend go way. Australians outworking Philippine as his any a couple of albums top difference. Doug is Ross so yes sir extra tricks. I think to getting this right the Friday. I agree I agree. I think all of the things that we talk about on this podcast all still hold very true. But when you're working different shifts different time zones from each other you almost need to like crank up the the The fuel on all things that we talk about an you need to be extra vigilant with so many things. Of course that means using things we always talk about project management tools like Asana and Trello whatever using slack effectively Making sure that you've got really detailed processes and task lists etc but there's a little bit more to it than that. Isn't there matt to get US rush. Absolutely yeah so we had a case of this. The reason this an interesting one for us we had a case of this. Come up on a couple of weeks ago. Where one of our clients had requested that they would like to have A. Va working outside of their time zone. And after a couple of months it came to light. It wasn't really working out so we got in there and actually have helped to boost the situation and get things working more effectively so one of the things that I actually also have. One of my team works in my nighttime. We have an amazing relationship. Get so much work done yet. We never have a live coal together. So what we're GONNA do. Today's dissect the important points to getting this right number one for me and something that I definitely do. I mean we always recommend having a non-negotiable kind of huddle meeting every day with your team to make sure that you answer questions on where their stock. But how do you do that if somebody's not in your time zone? We'll the way I've been doing it. Is I still have a huddle with my guy? Who's not in my time zone? Except we do it over loom and I've given him a structure where I say. I want us to video for me on a loom and every day. And it's like here's what chief for the day. Here's what I plan to do next. Here's where I'm stuck and then I asked him to give me a solution. So here's where I'm stuck. And he lists settled questions he has for me and then he goes now. What I'm thinking is this. I just don't know at night. I need your feedback. And then I do my loom video and I go back to him. And we trade loom videos basically and it works really well for us because we're diligent about it. When does he have to have that done by second the end of day? Report thing so I I wake up in the morning. His video is there works really well for me and then I've got the whole day to kind of come back to him now. I have been guilty of not going back to him. And then I'll be honest with you if you don't go back to them if you don't deal with that straightaways like anything four days can go by C. You have to be extra vigilant with yourself. I think if you've got somebody. Who's not in your time zone? It's a commitment on both sides to do agree and what I WANNA. He will listen to hear from a bar science. She's taking the framework that that she uses with a tame and adapted it utilizing technology. So we've gone what what's the? Barrett is actually occurring. It's carnival. Well when I'M SLEEPING. He's awake and when he's when he's sleeping amway so we've gone wants to compromise. Same questions asked as as in the huddle and we're just utilizing technology I think that You bring up a really good point too which is in responding because like any office if if we doing something and we don't get a response to stop doing it even more stock because I find my guy everything's tolls and I could blame him for that or could go well. He kinda doesn't really know where to go next. Because I haven't given them anything. Yes I don't think that's a really good point where we talk about. Different Times irons. He's having some parameters around what to do when they do get stuck because You know we don't want you'll virtuous Houston feeling frustrated. We don't want you feeling frustrated. Any have a hand held at this. GotTa be this Middle Ground. Because if they just go ahead and doing things It's likely to retirement money but if I didn't get timely responses from you again it's GonNa cost you money so some and loom UNAV- you belong. I love him. I love new Sir. Simple easy it's there and from it hasn't utilize Lou. It's a it's a google. Chrome extension is during the tricky part. Is this the web addresses issues? Loom Dot Com you uses in U. S. e. effect to me ages to find the thing because it couldn't find that your L. But USE LOOM DOT COM. If you go there and if you go into the crew chrome extensions you can put it on your on. Your desktop tweety handy erect. Not Now I think the the thing video so of course you can type. I think one of the other things I do which forgot to mention. I do the loom video but then I also put in bullet points into a satisfy dropped the loom video into Santa's so I still use Asana but then I put bullet points as well into San of kind of the dot points of what discussed just to I mean. I'm a talker right. So just to sort of get it into a more less of a blurb framework and to make sure that he has all the points that I his in the video and I think that helps him to then put some structure on everything I've said if I ramble and I'll I'll like hell not compromising one system for another. We still use both and let me ask. Question Bob. Ringing drew. You huddles with the rest of the Tang deserve any going to Assam. Yes so the rule. We have learned this the hard way so definitely listen up guys because I did this wrong. Initially I used to think we'll we'll I used to say constantly find myself saying to the team I discussed it on the huddle and then I became kind of like that tone about us so it was like a thing in our whole business for I was getting really frustrated going but I told you this on the huddle but the reality was the huddle had become quite big and we have about twelve people on there and there's a lot of things get said on the huddle so the rule is we actually have one person for each section is kind of a note taker and they have to put the instruction into the task as we go through the huddle and tag the person that is now going to take it over and we do it live so we can all see. Sometimes I might say oh well the ad this there or just make that clearer by saying whatever and I can add my thoughts so definitely adding the bullet point or the DNC pure instruction into Asana in the task is key and that solve that problem for us and everything that Bob is. Talking about. Here is so simple. And it's a case of number one designing your system that works for you and your business and number two than than sticking to it and yet and the accountability has to go both ways with something like this We kind of have an expectation on your Willing to Albany Oregon. I as I was saying this is what I was thinking. It tendency is an idea. Do this myself. The tendency is to go at. My Team are listening. They're just not listening. They are listening. It's just that you may need that extra step and it just cleans everything up and definitely someone not in your time zone definitely put that step in as a kind of a circuit breaker to make sure that everyone is clear so we have a slight variation on the way we do that now. Business To to what you're doing by way we have a slack channel called STANDUP and And we just because we call it. Stand up because Howlett another attempt A stand up meeting so we will stand up And now business We don't have American Times I bet the thompsons that we do have Very from New Zealand the Stryer and the Philippines By nine thirty Sydney time. Everybody has to put their stand up. And and we have Three really simple questions Question Money's what am I getting done today I need a bullet point the Katie. GonNa be with you on tonight The second question is what do I need from others slash wear on stock again? You can You put in there and third questions. Rossi's did I shave today's tasks and the NAS thing about that particularly in my role because I'm a travel a lot Rely Heavily on slack as a communication for we now business is that. I know that I can keep my team on task and focused simply by monitoring what they're putting in a stand up We utilize sonner Lakhal soon for recurring tasks end and projects. But this enables made no outweigh. The focus is also to francine today's Stand up One of my team said on the decision from Matt. Today on this event so inundated do that but it was just. That's what that person needs in order for them to cake on track with their projects. We had another team. Member is a little bit lot on work at the moment. So she's come back and say Highlighted to the whole saying If anyone needs any assistance help outlets makes his time today so it serves in a few different areas? But I like that. I can looking to To slack whether it's on my computer my find and assist on nine thirty every morning. Everyone has posted. Yeah I love that you know. I think now rangers to keep everyone focused keeps it keeps them all focused on what your needs are as as the owner of the business as the leader of the business in terms of what report like. What do they need to tell you because I think I find when I talk to? As they sort of don't know what to put in their day report or you know they're confused what what does the client need to know and they end up listing all the tasks they did for the day. Which is kind of useless and this whole thing helps your team to get really clear about. What is it that you need to know as the leader of the business so that you can make faster decisions? You could help them. You can make sure. Roadblocks friction doesn't happen and and on the other side on the more negative side. There's nowhere to hide so for example if you do have a team member like I hear a lot from people just don't know what my va doing. I don't you know there's all this in this structure. You won't have that problem because they have to do this every day. And you're going to see very quickly where their strengths are where the holes are whether nothing's happening or whether they're just not doing it and that produces than a different conversation so it makes leadership of teams and actually managing Side or more the performance management actually easier because it gives you the tools to do it and the and the other thing too just to add to that list the Baba saying it enables you understand all the prioritizing the right things at the right time now sometimes you could be could be that you had a meeting and out or could be alone via and something was missed and then all of a sudden Whether it's in Asana or in the standup compensation you can remind that person about this thing. That's really important that they get underway. Yep Yep so look I think those are definitely. That's the big thing for me. Another key thing with someone outside your times on is am. I know we've talked about this a million times but you need to have a very developed tasksivist so that there's no confusion with that person about what their job requires on a daily basis. Now someone outside of your timezone could be doing a recurring task list. A project task list or a combination of both. And it's very very important for you at the beginning. That task list is developed enough in terms of systems and processes and instructions so that the person can actually effectively work without you so it requires a little bit higher level of detail. I feel if it's a project then that is a little bit harder again because it's not so clear-cut see just need to think about that and raise the level of involvement initially from you to make sure that actually is structured properly and they can get on with the job. Does that make sense Matt? Matt's 'cause they're on their own right so they have to get on with the job without you and then report back to you at the end of the day on where the challenges are etc. And what's been happening and remembering that? They crave instruction actually won't be. Yeah the the that those recurring tasks lucile. Whether it's Al Kostas make it so much. Easier for your. Va to Weeden. Which in turn means that you would. Yes Yep find a lot. I think I would touch on just which I think is trapped that some people would fall into if they've done all these other things is the terrible trap of research so naturally a lot of us have this happens to them. You've asked your. Va to do something for you. And they go into the vortex of research and because it's not in your time zone and you're not available and nobody's really helping them during the day they can go in and all of a sudden you get a time tracker or a an end of day report or whatever that says that. They spent three hours researching this one thing and you had no intention of that happening and you're like. Oh my God three hours for that so again. That comes down to effective Knowing that you're not in that time zone again. This stuff is really important if you are in a time zone. But if you're not you. WanNa lay the expectation out and help the person before they start the task with what you're thinking is so you might say. Look I want you to do some research on this particular topic for me. I don't really if you're finding your spending more than an hour. I want you to stop and compile what you've done and I'll think we'll do more tomorrow or something like that. Let me know what where you're what you're finding so that they have some parameters around that vortex because it is a vortex that they can get lost in for hours on end and it kinds. Get very irritated with us. That's the one like pay. It's sort of something that really Eric Salata clients and it's like a it. Pushes their buttons of what's My. Va doing all day. Yeah that loss. Yeah any any any. It'll comes back to the communication setting cle- parameters clear expectations of what is your afteh when Cecchi Knit Cetera. That on the other side of Obama saying if you need someone to go deeper on Sunday then you need to say it again. Allow them to understand the depth of research that you're off data so that they can not allocate enough talk too short and not go as in depth as you are absolutely again. That's mind reading like how? How do you know? So it's all of these assumptions around. You know what you say and what someone else here is and you just got to be more detailed when when somebody's not in your time zone and then you won't waste time together and you can have a really effective relationship. Actually and you get that holy grail of waking up in the morning and going. Wow look at all this stuff. That actually does happen. You need a mind reading school. That's what we need. That would solve this problem for everybody. Es I think again I was folk. I always say it's a commitment to I find myself writing instructions now and I'm stating the bleeding obvious kind of thing but I just know that you just in any communication like the other day. I was in a coffee shop and this girl. I ordered like two large flat wide. There was a whole list of things and she was new so I said what are you. Read it back to me to just you know. Make sure you've got the right order. And she said okay. So you want to coffees and one toast and I said okay. It's too large floodlights. Because my husband would go. Martin was wrong. It's one soil Lindsey toast with butter and jam right because otherwise you can get an order. That was totally wrong. You know so. It's this just commitment to the detail that can be tedious for a lot of people but it reduces the reduces mistakes and misunderstandings us again like we the any us in you working with When you're working with people across different time zones you gotta be patient and you gotta understand that they're getting to know one another phase and you really gonNa find you'll groove together and that's someone's sitting next theory in your office over there on the other side of the will of in a different time side. You've got to be set realistic expectations in the short term in order to stay itself and the other is not to win as well at look at I will share by the way I mean you might have someone who's not a virtual assistant. You might have a consultant. That's working in the in in another time zone. You might as in someone from your team. You might have a salesperson like I've got to. I live in Australia and I've got a salesperson who runs the US sort of sales side. Who is in is like literally the opposite end of the time zone to me. And we have had all these like we've had all these stumbling blocks because of these issues again and you have to be very clear and so it doesn't it's not just by talking about virtual assistance eats anyone who is working different time zone to you are in the virtual environment. I would suggest curtis right great well. I hope that has helped a few people out there listening I know. Am I definitely know this is? This is a thing out there and don't get discouraged that just because somebody wants to work in a different time zone or a few hours different to you that you can't make it work but you have to make a commitment to these few steps that that we're talking about here absolutely absolutely and if you've got to be questions on this topic please feel free to to send them through to us via the facebook group. We're always looking for new topics to talk on the show as well And Yeah as I said please. We'd love you to share the episode out there in the community so we can help a lot more business entrepreneur succeed our that virtual teams and if you enjoyed the show would love eater autism review and And again share the love because people that bother knockin help in this area we believe the the most successful entrepreneurial community will be absolutely while said thanks guys until next time season thank you for listening to the virtual succession. If you found this show helpful take a moment to share it with a friend so that we can all grow together.

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Hard Factor 5/13: WalMart Panty Raid, People Trapped in Cemeteries and Trash Compactors, Fake Minority Report, and Norm Chad in the Soft Corner

Hard Factor

59:21 min | 8 months ago

Hard Factor 5/13: WalMart Panty Raid, People Trapped in Cemeteries and Trash Compactors, Fake Minority Report, and Norm Chad in the Soft Corner

"Would it is Joe Man Randy? Savage this factor in the risk. No one does it better now but he does a better repeat myself go ahead. Tell me something right down. Four a factor presented by the Bar News Network. What the Buck Wednesday may thirteenth twenty twenty and the stories are all over the board today. A lot of great ones by the. Hi I'm very excited about both the mind. How you guys feel about yours. Good stories yeah. They're very good. I'm fired up yours. Weird mine mine's pretty weird. I learned later go ahead. No go ahead mark sorrow. I learned a little bit about myself about yourself. Well see I'm a sick little ker. Yeah you are you. That are sick little fucker. Martin might have pretty straightforward. But I've learned a little bit more about America. Let's get into it so we'll kick it off with a rocket of a story submission from Harto Ohio member Dan Bradley. This story comes from to us from Brooklyn Connecticut which I didn't know there was a Brooklyn. Connecticut will no no Brooklyn? I invite everyone that's ever from Brooklyn Connecticut like no Brooklyn Connecticut. Like no one now. They don't correct anyone at Brooklyn and you don't take anyone from Brooklyn Connecticut seriously. Okay yeah I know something about thirty seven year old? Jason Dario from there and Jason was asked to leave the local mcdonalds last week because he wasn't wearing a mask which goes against the Connecticut state order to wear a mask and then he wouldn't put one on so you don't just do that Jason. You're just ask them to leave McDonald's and get away with it. He loved the McDonald's all right but as soon as he did he turned around and hooked a nice big rock straight through one of their windows smashing the window and then he. You know scurried away. So man that's fun. Throwing a rock through a big window really is it must be released. I haven't done it since like accidentally thrown a baseball through window as a kid basically in college I did like an abandoned warehouse. A lot fun. Yeah I 'cause I caused about like fifty thousand dollars worth of damage. They were building some townhomes behind me in my neighborhood and the kids in the in the group went back there on our bikes and smashed about fifty windows in this construction site class. We wanted to. You'd think that there was. You think they must have like a grimace mask on hand or something right at McDonald's that he could have just worn. They couldn't have given him something I don't know if he was offered a mask or not. I don't think Jason was gonNA take the offer had they given him the mask anyways but because because what he does next he was he was still ready to go. After he threw the rock through the window. He fled the scene on foot to the nearby Walmart so and then once he got in the Walmart. He went straight to the women's underwear. Go without a mask Walmart. Yeah maybe he went to the women's underwear section because he was trying to repurpose women's underwear as a mask. He's still several items of women's underwear. But you know exiting the Walmart. The cops are already there of course waiting with the way. He's masks smell doug back into his spank bank. And he's like I know what I put on face before. They were fresh out of a box so they smelled like they've just been made right but to dance naked. Now with my mask. We got out of the thing. Canine unit was already there because everybody saw him run into the store because he broke a fucking window across the street and then ran into the store So then you know basically the cops like do you want us to release the dog on you or will you just submit to us. And he went in and they ended up in jail for mischief and disturbing the police the peace. So it's interesting because most most Walmart's have McDonald's in them so I mean that's true that's true but wait a minute. Yeah it's a good point. Maybe this this one I guess. Didn't there were two separate facility. It wasn't explained why he stole the women's underwear and only the women's underwear. Now this is his choice. Yeah that was. That was just what happened. What happened next living in in between dime where he got the COPS? Call THEM FOR BREAKING A window next door. He's still had time to steal women's under man. I really wish the cops. Just let him go and followed him. See what he did next. He was a role. I bet he's. He's probably like in recovery for stealing women's underwear. Mcdonald's incident stressed him out. So hard that Strasser. That's my guess that could be it. That could be a lot of people are really filmed film. The they're cracking. They're cracking all over the place and I'm not condoning with this guy. Did I'm just saying like people are having a hard time but not me thanks to John. Hawkins and Marine Light Attack Helicopter Training Squadron. Three or three and Camp Pendleton AKA AT LIST. The patches and mugs. We've got in the studio now. We feel like we're doing the show from the helicopter and the original Predator because what they train people to do feeling like a goddamn sexual tyrannosaur. So thank you. Shout out NELL THAT. Hey if you guys were going to get a a mask made of women's underwear would you get like something practical like like Some granny panties or you get some sexy. Thong craigslist really rub? It and people's faces leave the mouth mouth now. I mean that would be the easiest to breathe. Wouldn't actually have anything covering your nose and mouth crash list any right you. Hey you asked man no yeah no I. I wanted to know that that maybe you should repurpose some of your socks up damn long as underwear talk was going to go on this weight and just waiting on. Washington state double from Fits Eleven B. Thanks fits I. A grandmother. Saderah woolley was arrested for taking a stand against governor Jay Inslee and his stay home. Stay at home orders. Kimberly tax doll had reached a breaking point after watching tradition after tradition being cancelled in the name of corona virus protection and social distancing especially the the summer activities for the kids especially felt bad for them. They were missing out on their youth spending over fifty days inside and she said I'm not advocating for our poor kids that have been locked up for fifty days so she went Down to the local park tore off the caution tape and posted on facebook. That parents should bring their kids down to the park and get some sunshine and fun. She also offered the first fifty to arrive. Free Cotton Candy Rive Cotton Candy. You have to stay close to each other to get them yes. She wanted her. Stand to be memorable so she had to throw in the Cotton Candy there and make sure it was notable and got some attention. This this story would be a lot darker if it was a guy costume. Jesse Cotton Candy Vendor or somebody. She's got the machine. The machine laying around been collecting dust. You knew how to make Shitty cotton candy. I don't know if she was spinning it there if she just had it on hand. I'm not sure what was done. But she had enough for fifty kids cotton candy. Something that I'm never be free. You always WANNA pay at least some for cotton candy. You don't. It's just not true. It's a little safety rule somewhere. You can read it for free like out of the thing they give you to stand next to cotton candy machine you can just like sneak. Your fingers in grab pieces can easily the worst possible carnival or ballpark that you can get. It's far that's theft that you're talking about there will and that's really. I didn't know that you could just WESTBROOK. Fifty grand worth a windows. The last story I I'm talking about pinching a little cotton candy here. Yeah that's it's just sure. No no yeah. I agree with you more cotton candies like once every five year thing terrible. Yeah however cops in the city's mayor did not think our plan was so great. The cops showed up and Astra leave but the grandmother insisted they arrest her which they did by issuing her arrest papers didn't actually handcuffed so it was kind of a bitch bitch arrest the mayor of scenario will Julie Johnson said quote. She crossed the line when she enticed children to come down to the park with her trunk. Full of cotton candy having them come down and Tyson them to come play on the equipment. She was putting them in harm's way so over fake arrest tax said. I'm hoping citizens start standing up for their own personal freedoms so just another example of someone who's just had a fuck enough of this stay at home shit and she's looking at the show up. Did you get? Did you get yes. There are some people showed up for sure and then now now now. The city has to have a person at the park to make sure she doesn't do it again because she's just I love talk. Be or whatever love when people give away free stuff though. It's such a when you know she's GonNa get away with whatever she wants. Remember when we went to the warped tour and the guy was giving away a free packs of cigarettes next to the. What's it called the people that don't like smoking Detroit? He was just handing out free packs of cigarettes. That was pretty but it's never free. There's always a trade like this cigarette guy you know. He gives you free pack of cigarettes. You give him. He ruins her life. Ten years off your life. That's way more dangerous than what than what this is doing. That guy that guy got a high five from me. What was what was her. And honestly she she had not your motive. I think she was just looking at watts. The lockdown to end just hide. Pipes Benicio Del Toro traffic. She just likes to watch the kids play baseball. Probably lonely as fuck and wants to go down to the park and hanging spoil the kids going to be the only story about people cracking Okinawa. Yeah just keep continuing base. Yeah the whole this next. One is fucked up for a number of reasons. Moving to another story were snatches. Mike Get Stitches. So last Wednesday and nine page list of thousands of people's names phone numbers and email addresses. Who REPORTED FELLOW CITIZENS AND BUSINESSES FOR VIOLATING GOVERNOR? Jay inslee social distancing and lockdown procedures was released on facebook smarter a page that was promoting the reopening of the state. And instead here you go. Washingtonians twenty-five thousand plus violations. Your neighbors reported on you. Through the governor's stop all line maintained by the state military department. So these added release the records because it was public record these people these people snitched on everyone and they thought that their names be held anonymous. There's no public record. This must have been the public record. Request TAKES AWHILE. Must have been a hack. Something somewhat angry. I don't think it was hacked. They they eventually put on there that that any further reports would be anonymous and not be released but before that it wasn't an anonymous hotline. No No yeah idiots. Another post titled Lowlifes Scumbag Whistle Blower Stitches singled out people who snitched on businesses or made multiple complaints. And now some of those folks are reporting getting deaths or at death threats for being Knox One woman who reported a business says she was received thirty threats including this one quote a phone call. She got from a man was apparently tied to the business. You Got Forty eight hours to get the fuck out of Washington for you. Look for know. Read the fucking fine print before you start largest niche on for stupid things like that right. Yeah no that someone. Who's claiming an entire state as their territories dangerous to like the entire state? But how would you be if you Submitted a DICK PIC as a troll to one of these hotlines and then they released all the information. Your Dick got out there. It just leaked out. I bet that's coming in New York. You make you bring up a good point. Was this guy flash like he can get you at any corner of Washington with an excellent tracker? Thank you knows how to scare lady. The woman wants to remain anonymous said quote. I'm getting bombarded it's terrifying. It's really scary. It costs me a lot of stress and I bet it is Karen. Death threats were stressful. Probably scary for the business owners that you reported it onto on the public snitch wire. That's my next line. I'm sorry I was GonNa say it's also stressful. Losing Your Business because this niches. It's that's pretty fucked up though. That's a crazy story though. Yeah I mean it's fucked up for people to retaliate. But at the same time they had a public snitch. Wire and people were burning it up. So that's slow. You can't open up a snitch wire theoretically like I. It's there to do a good thing like if someone's talking sees your bodies stop snitching they can't stop snitching to it. You give them an easy way to do it. They'RE GONNA they're gonNA take. Don't ever don't ever participate in SNITCH. Wiring anyone okay guys. I have a dump a couple of Darwin Award winners for you today. These two idiots decided to remove themselves from the gene pool for the good of society. May these heroes rest in peace. I up in. Who's from rolled Rick Holden one and then who did the other one? I don't know forget recuperate. Rick Well Rick did one but Ramos claiming the other one was just submitted. I don't I don't think there was actual submission where to go pat so you just ruined. It was by wills. Why Andrew Parker? Yeah so I up a cast extent. Hiker celebrating and of grow virus lockdown fell to her death while posing for a photo on her first outing the woman. I won't use her name because I'm making fun. How she died was out with a friend dude in park located in Antalya Turkey when she got so excited about the views she was seeing for the first time. I locked down in a while that she couldn't help. But hop safety fence to pose on. Cliff's edge she of course then fell off of it and fell over one hundred feet to her death. Yeah that's I I did. Just that first hike. The endorphins were just too much to get the SELFIE. And this US better. Let me stand on one leg on on the cliff. Oh Man Graham Genoa. The photo got got recovered. Did you get the photo off? There's a photo of a woman on a cliff. I'm assuming Sir I don't really want to get into it. Because she died. I feel that's bad luck. Though when you like. One hundred feet is high but I feel like he can survive more than one hundred one hundred one hundred shallow bed of rocks and promised that if I ever died taking a photo that you'll get that photo out there because whilst two hundred I'm thinking a basketball hoops I'm like ten nine to eleven stories. So go to the nightmare of a hotel and jump off onto onto the asphalt. Do that okay. Not GonNa let this be a lesson to the adventurous mine safety fences on cliff edges. They don't put them up there for the fucking mountain goats there for you grow. People for people are last night. Go so neat them. They don't need them. They know how to navigate cliffs. Next up I would venture to say as a much dumber death than the cliff lady. A man in Liverpool decided. It was a good idea to take a nap in a cardboard compactor. Unfortunately for this guy not only does he not understand how things work but he's also deeper and he did not wake up when someone switched the compactor on not knowing that humans sleeping inside. Where was this contractor I? He was in Liverpool sounded like he was homeless so it sounded like he broke into like a factory and just sound like he was taking. Here's trying to stay warm type thing. And he was taken to the gambling problem. Yeah I'm sure. He did sure he did board. He was might have been drunk. What else do you guys want to say about him? He's got you'll take. Don't take a nap and inside a giant set of metal steel jaws. When you're on your luck yeah. He was down on his luck luck. Yeah so he slept through the entire compression thing to make matters worse the man did not die instantly or I guess at all. He was just badly badly maimed and was rushed to the hospital with laceration and fracture to his hip he remains in the super bowl was serious injuries. So he's alive but he's just flat right cartoon he's two-dimensional now Roger Rabbit hole them up. Put them in your wallet. He's GonNa live but I don't think he's going to have kids. You know like squished hips in on the on the plus side. He doesn't need to use public transportation. Anymore you can just use a fax machine. Yeah exactly. He's back so long survive. Yeah he's he's going to not sleep and trash compactors anymore. This is not the first time. A person not a wild animal but a person has been seriously injured falling asleep inside a trash compactor. Back in two thousand sixteen. A man had both of his legs broken when he fell asleep in a dumpster in Albany. Oregon. Also you know. I'll Albany New York right who Albany Oregon places right now and I gotta take a nap a fucking campfire another five. Another homeless guy fell asleep in a dumpster. And then the trash people pick the dumpster up and drop them into his into their trash can and then compacted their trash machine and broke both of his legs. So you're just goes without saying but don't laid out in a trash compactor. Yes you're probably if you end up on the streets. Don't go to the trash compactor. Any other bed do sounds like maybe. This is a burgeoning industry for personal injury attorneys. Maybe they should take a look into this scores hair. You flag you get flattened. Now you must have you mentioned we can help you get back from Harto Hive members which I love that name. Okay guys were on some feel ick Philip K Dick Shit with this story According to their own press release a team of professors any St St student from the prestigious Harrisburg University in Pennsylvania claim that they've developed an automated computer facial recognition software capable of predicting whether someone is likely going to be a criminal expulsion right airs. Harrisburg day percentage per very of their their cogs Report absolutely guys. Keep IN MIND MRS. Their own press release according to these liars with eighty percent accuracy and no racial bias. The software can predict if someone is a criminal based solely on a picture of their face. The software is intended to help law enforcement prevent crime. Now 'cause I want you to notice the change in language there from the very important non-legally binding would likely to very effeminate definitive word. That is is In the second paragraph which is they said at first likely a criminal. Switch it red too easy criminal. No racial bias. Having to be put an paper means there's plenty of racial bias. The Algorithm Algorithm is racist. Mark Them Right. It's not just stops on every black. I'm sorry it's the algorithm twist for you so it's a group of professors right and one Phd Student Don't send us any patches. Scruple professors accept them. I'll be looking for Harrisburg addresses. He'll check through trying to get a racist past by Wesson. Don't just don't even fucking try it. The development team consists of a couple of professors and notably one student Jonathan W corn. Who also happens to be an NYPD? Veteran who I'm guessing developed a real distaste for criminal punks when he was on the force there. I'm not even sure why they need. The machine with corn on the team can tell dirty lowdown. No good nick by just looking at them exactly what he did with his face. He's came up with this idea. Anyway we face make you be. I don't understand how it works. I was confused as well. Because what what is this thing actually like what the fuck is. How did this get off the ground? How did this as well university? But it's a self fulfilling prophecy machine for all officer corn in other than that according to what are the other researchers Professor Rasi big sad dirty guy Software uses machine learning related to emotional detection of the face that can apparently quote extract minute features in an image that are highly predictive of criminality rate. So Total Bullshit. Right uses the same technology a magic. April however guys. It's probably not bullshit because I realized what they could be doing. I rose what they got going on here. All white trash facial features. It's a program that detects things like patchy is stringy hair razor thin lips. I could have written this program. I bet you can detect like drug abuse. Yeah well it. Does it take a fucking eighty percent? Well so that's why that's why. Eighty percent of people with pardon drug facial features committed crimes or will commit crimes. That's what they're saying. Okay I'm going to point out. That doesn't take net net to identify someone wearing a sleeveless grave digger. T-shirt just putting that out there this bullshit let's take real quick is Mcpherson Grey says placement of the eyes of God determines criminal. Yeah he seems to have an idea yet guys okay fellas. It's been a while but we're gonNA take a trip back to the soft corner in the corner of the Macho Man Randy savage quite an honor. It's been too long. This one comes to us from HIVE. Member Kyle Genie. Thank you Kyle For submitting this because normally we try to stay away from sports because it's not everybody else parcel coverage sports but you already have enough of it right right. We don't want it. We don't want to double you up but for this guy it's worth comes from an opinion piece in. The Washington. Post from noted. Barstool Hater Norman. Chat and alternator. Yeah familiar but you probably don't know is I'll forgive you if you don't know norm. Chad is post hoc poker announcer from Maryland. Oh Shit Yeah. That's kind of like being a note taker and a science lab in Denmark except he does it for ESPN so he thinks he's extremely hot shit because of it is he the nerdy one easy the colored guy or the straight guy. He's the guy who only has one joke about. How many ex wife's yes yes. He's always like this. Hand reminds me of my fifth. Ex Wife doesn't end. Well yeah sometimes talks about PABST. I guess I read fucking hate. Yeah he's the worst not the best anyways. Somehow that guy that guy who is relies on live sporting events for his entire livelihood considers these things to be sporting events announces. And he writes he's written our lists. He wrote an episode of Arles. So basically that show fucking sucked sucked so entertainment is all all norm. Chad has the pays his bills in life. But isn't about like a sports agent issues with Robert Zach. Shit show on HBO when we were kids. In Our DADS Quebrada a sports agent Amazon nor chat owns houses and cars. Tv show lasted you. That's our list was bad. It was they've all been bought by sport. The sports and entertainment industry anyways because of the corona virus though norm. Chad says that we should all want less sports now and less enjoyable content. It doesn't really make. I read the editorial or the opinion piece. Didn't make any sense. Only proof is that a while ago. The exact year escapes me. I determine that some way somewhere in some manner or fashion most of us in America had somehow lost our minds norm had. He went on to refrain from making ex-wife jokes in the opinion piece but did go on to say that the dinner table should be a good enough source of entertainment for for all of us. I'm assuming he said this from his nice asked dinner table with the healthy family sitting at it and it also can afford a house after four divorces from. He doesn't stop sports but he says the books should replace. Hulu Netflix Disney plus Amazon prime cable. Tv anything else that allows you to been screen content. And that's all on tv right but that's all because all of us of us. The rest of us in America have lost. Our minds not norm the guy who's actively rooting for his own industry to fold because he wants to read books at home instead of going back to work in sports so because across various I gotta read books instead of me norm. Chad is asking us to step back in time. Fifty Years Basically get rid of all the COOL FUND. Shit that we've worked to create to entertain ourselves better camera angles the Sky Cam. Nfl You get rid of the Skycam after you just made no and then also putting odd love ticker and you got. I mean every there's a lot we pay fucking bills norm Chad. We Pay Your Bill. You lost to the world. Series of poker says all sorts of technology with cameras that you can only see the two cards and stuff like that. So we've worked. We've done all this advancement all of this advanced but ever since we created cameras just so now we can just step back fifty years and let corona virus just crush us like a bunch of soft little. Norm Chad. Says that's the better route we gotta get one. Enorm- Chad's ex-wives on shouldn't be too hard the only thing this argument from being one enorm- Chad's ex-wives not one of those. Why did we though? Why does he thinks sexist and stuff? He talks shit about the world series of poker. He called sophomoric humor. And here's a poker. You fucking Bash. Work every chance he got he. He's like he's like that fucking. He's like that Sleepover Dad. That seems real fucking cool and Christian. He's coaching the soccer team. But he touches you in the basement and is not breath after talking about shit about borstal. He makes a joke about his fifth ex wife. That's what it is. Yeah and so. Basically just Norm Chad. This request for less sports in a time where all of us have realized we need as much as we can get has landed you in the soft corner for life. My friend no chance you're ever getting out. Enjoy the state. Yeah there's a new sport it's it's hating on you right. That's right. That's a soft corner we we've gone back. We'll we'll go back more but I I can't find a lot of people. I could find a guy so anybody chat buddy six eight norm Chad and not be too concerned about the build up to it. Yeah yeah he's a little guy. A ship hurt him. You wouldn't be hard pat good song. Yeah absolutely our guys. This one comes from Adam w thanks Adam so guys. Visiting loved one at their burial site is is not something I particularly. Enjoy not sure about you but something I will probably Avoid as often as I can especially later in life as people I know start to drop like flies but for some provides comfort and helps fill the void that losing a loved one create so I understand that which is exactly why one family went to visit the graves of their relatives. On Mother's Day. This past mother's Day they wanted to visit and tend to their their with some fresh flowers and pay their respects. But would they did? Not expect is that they would spend a little more time in the cemetery than they would've liked after the gates close and they were locked inside fear for everybody what. He's been scared about getting trapped in place like I feel like if you're a caretaker material like you gotta check make sure everyone's out that's one. Oh one right hello. Yeah it's like a janitor going into the women's room to clean anyone in here. Yeah it's a double. It's a two for for him. Honestly because you know what I mean. Paddock theory about that. So what happened is family did not didn't see the scientists say the gates closed six and security likely ready to go the fuck home entire to being security at fucking cemetery decided not to warn the family. They were about to be locked in probably because he didn't feel like waiting for the lingering like people don't go above and beyond like someone turned on the trash compactor with guy last night you know. Hey I'm going down as enough notice to get the fuck out especially now. There's nobody out so you're assuming there's nobody out but that's a whole that's the whole fucking job description of a security guard for cemeteries to make sure people. Are there overnight graves during the day? The scariest guy in town. If you're the if you're the security guard at the cemetery do you think he can get you laid like just fear laid? Maybe maybe type of person by the same by the same six Weirdos. There's a few girls that are really into that. I think a laser tag community. Yeah so yeah. So he didn't feel like waiting for them so he said fuck it and locked them in the family then realizing they were locked in made several attempts to call the Hillcrest cemetery but kept getting hung up on because probably because AJ Lopez who was making the call bits. He was bit irate while making the call so he was calling being being. An asshole kept getting hung up on on. Yeah I was being so rude. If they he's been so rooted they're like enjoy your time in their mother fucker. Exactly there also no bathrooms and being locked inside a cemetery when you got shit while six kids are. They're freaking out. GotTa be high anxiety situation so the family decided to call the Kern county fire department and because nobody from the lazy management of the cemetery will tell the firefighters when they would arrive with the key. The Fire Department showed up and cut the bolts off the gates to set the family free the jaws of life if you will joked. A. J. Lopez. Luckily before the came out came out and got them the hillcrest. Whatever cemetery people if they really wanted to fuck with them should've played some ghost noises like this show tear speaker. Yeah I would totally have rock speakers all around my cemetery. Yeah you're standing on my face but guys you know what's better than being locked inside of cemetery on Mother's Day when you have to take a shit any winning money by gambling on politics and that's exactly what you can do when you head over predicted that org slash promo slash heart factor twenty. We'll give you twenty bucks when you deposit just twenty bucks with no sports to bet on until looking like July. Maybe for the. Mlb Why would you not give it a shot to scratch that gambling arm? Chad had his way. It'd be forever I mean. Can you believe that by the way back during Taraoke with one second guy saying he lost? Lost our minds argument. You know what he went to next after that. He tried to link the lost your minds argument to wanting sports back without spectators in the crowd. That was. That was how flimsy that opinion piece I did. It didn't make any sense. Why did anyone ask him what his opinion was anyone? Nobody did he. Just put it out there on so yeah looking like July maybe melby so you know give it a shot predicted dot org slash Promo Slash Heart factor twenty pat. I know you were making some moves earlier. Care to tell us what you are getting in and out of or I got I got out of the VP market with worn. I'm just a little bit freaked out. I wanted to settle. I mean I feel like either I. I don't think Harrah's going to be the VP PICK. But right now she is jacked up. And I just didn't feel comfortable. Want to get out so I made a little made a little bit of cash out of my Delaware Market for Joe Biden winning the Democratic primary in Delaware made like fifty bucks there. It was nice. I don't know what I'm going to go into right now. Man a messing with that Kim Jong UN market messing with that Joe Biden choosing his VP market. As well. That's probably GONNA be my next move. Nice we'll see there you go. Pat GETS IN AND OUT OF MARKETS. Makes Fifty four fifty bucks here and there? It's the way you can do it because you're never locked into your bets. That's the beauty of predicted. So again predicted dot org slash promo slash heart factor twenty and. Enjoy the ride natty. I need to get back in their research to ARC. I've been I haven't been doing much in there but I'm going to start this week while you not want us. Read a book instead. Yeah don't have fun. That's a screen. You'd binge that content from a screen west. Why don't you just go sit down with your family? Read a book doing a lot of binging the Fox wrong with them. You're not sweet norm. Chad's Dick well ask is seven ex-wife's do you guys want to hear more about death. I can't hear you guys want to hear more about death. Yeah all right. Four year old cat was euthanized in Spain and after it was taking sorry so that's all J. puppy today a four year old cat was euthanized. In Spain after it was taking the vets with breathing problems that revealed the cat had a bad case of corona virus so domestic cats really taking a hit from this thing Four OR FORTY YEAR. Old Cat four actually had heart problems too and then they didn't find out current virus till after cats. Run out about about Mike out here. He's an outdoor cat. He's very hefty He's a big boy and Mike and Mike. It ended up in this situation. That's true well and that's a bad situation but my might be a little worse. I'm not looking forward to having five cats and crying wife at some point during lockdown yours you guys would have to give the Kuroda. Won't that's how that's how it generally works. That's how it worked particular situation We would go out and corona virus. Give it to the cats and then they would all die in the house. I'll be fun was better than the shitting in the house are Litterbox Buddy. And it's an deodorized or do you sense. I don't know it's game smell. It can't smell smell shit in a box in my house. But we spend a seventy five dollars a month on scented puffs going in every cows suffering from heart disease so they decided to put it down and then afterwards the vet was like I bet it had groenemeyer so they sent out some samples and Lo and behold the cat had current virus. Big Time and so did the owner who died a few days later from corona virus. So that Catalonian House in Spain had a particularly bad batch of corona floating around like the cavs took them both out. That's crazy yeah. Isn't that crazy? I youth looser together again. Yeah there you go. Pat Human Health problems too or just a cat. I mean a human golden cat has like really bad health problems at four. You might be suffering from a few as well they do. They do say capstick after their human owners right. Yeah Yeah Y. Scares me okay? Well there are now at least six cases domestic cats having contracted corona virus scientists at the Harbin Veterinary Research Institute. Found cats and ferrets were the most susceptible to catching the virus. But that it's rare and dogs. And they also said pigs chickens and ducks are not susceptible at all but then again we kill the shit out of pigs chickens dachshund those delicious bastards all the time so they were due for a break. If you ask me yeah very true. Yeah Right Kim. Those chickens break give them a break study also concluded that the virus transmits and cats via respiratory droplets. Thanks for that note study. I thought it was from purring. Me fucking respiratory droplets. Where you kidding? It's like the same from saliva and Shit. What what are they serious okay? That's it just a bunch of Morbid stories from me today but actually had a lot of fun writing. So there's something wrong with guys. I don't know I mean well. You know that that one was sad cats. I was laughing at the guy that got flattened for about ten minutes. And you can grow mix so let's get into Cima five-star reviews and voicemails reminder if you knew to the show if you leave us a five star review on Apple podcasts. We will read it scully. Five Stars and whatever you say in the copy in the text will read could be mean can be weird can be sexual. We don't care we'll read it. Let's get into it donny. Rockets Don Iraq. It says on Long Island non in love the pod fellas. Keep it Rockin as a native long islander. I've been enjoying the long island references. Shoutout Rob One thing though. It's on Long Island. Not In Long Island also. I love the longer episode. That's a very long island thing plural. Is there longer episode this longest fight not the way? We're GONNA party in Long Island. It's we get in the IRA. We're never just on something right. We penetrate we will be on it but also in it does that mean it. You know what I mean on it. 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I'm going to have to lay off the puffing A little bit and the late night eating message received everybody's concern was the first the first thing you bought when you went out partying this weekend six. Yeah so so so so what I did. There was a mistake. I the only sick purchase for a little while here. Try to reverse because we got bigger. Alpha's gotta be concerned Elon. Musk is to be concerned. Got Seven surgeon. General's have some concerns. Now I'll be honest. It's hard to tell because we all got together before we were like drink cigarettes renter. Yeah I don't know but it's got peppers coming. I don't know if we got together because we knew that eventually we would When we partied we would want to take it to the most extreme possible limits of of almost death it just like more of that of that developed out of US hanging out. I don't know but but no I mean we don't stop till someone's bleed at this point. There's no I need to take message received. Everybody I got. I'll clean it up in two. I went through the Waterberg drive through this morning at five forty five. Am and then bought a pack of smokes. So that's helpful to CIGS. Whoa yeah yeah do that same trip after this show and then after that the clip starts but I was wearing a mask as vandy forty says best news show period. Subscribe unsubscribe subscribe repeat. This actually brings up a really good point This is this is a part of my take tr- strategy from a couple years back and it's part of what shot up the podcast charts and got the notoriety that they've received what they obviously deserve it. Content starts kicking the. And then what what happens if you subscribe? Unsubscribe and repeat. Well guess what it Games. The apple PODCAST ALGORITHM AND. Shoot the charts. Ju Justice Up Charts so think about doing that. Thank you for bringing that up. Vandy Dylan's drunk question. Mark Five Stars all day. These guys put all their energy into giving us the news in Florida man topics but I appreciate their commentaries. They are the smartest yet dumbest guys I've ever heard but Patas the man and West is cool. I guess I do appreciate that drunk. I don't take it. That and getting five serve hold on. Dylan's drunk I gotTa Say. I aspire to be the smartest guy I could possibly be. That's actually something I always thought before you even wrote that. So yeah it's very best compliment on the nose with that will crushes it holiday parties which is like which is pretty much. What if you're a dumb smart guy? Everyone loves being around your guy. Smart Different likes to fucking party are. Let's take to the voice mail. Shallow Josh Bell left a message on our voicemail about I think it was about trying to join the boat race although it sounded like you might have started his own boat race in frustration. Hope he made it into the boat race. Josh Mitch to. Oh we'll get your next Josh. Think both didn't make it. Yeah all right guys first voicemail. Hey guys on the truck in the podcast. Just have a quick question. Would you rather find one? Hundred Horses decided that night and day in the truck with Massachusetts accent. I believe doc the size of a horse or a hundred horses. The size of ducks sees one hundred horses. The size of ducks no way no chance. No what's your logic mark. You'RE GONNA lose either way but one ducked the size of a horse obviously very deadly but it only has one heart. You only have to get one organ one eyeball like you're dealing with one thing and you can get a lucky shot. What's your weapon? Is it your bare hands? I don't know if you I mean you got to try to poke. Its is out. It's your hands. If you've got a weapon. Use aim for the heart cut its head off. It's still got a skinny neck. No matter how big is he's thinking you get killed by one hundred Fuckin- and I'm thinking I could just kick them to death. One hundred one swoop. Do you ever see that drizzly drama Jurassic Park One. Yeah well they have like sharp teeth and claws and shit ducks didn't well. The little horses would bite you. They could have taken host bite. You Stop on you for short That's a good point. Yeah I'M BY GIANT DUCK. You kill like fifteen of the horse little horses before you got your ass. Duck is like five pounds so that things going to be like the size of Schnauzer. I'm going with the horses. Also travel and some of those horses could make so much fucking money given little horse rides to like toddlers and shirt with like little ducks horses. Fifty little horses Max. Hundreds were that one duck is going to be massive and kill. Hook you up. Fuck you up. You're going to die either way your best chances against the one that bill is. GonNa snap you feel because you could. I think you could disqualify them. I'm GonNa get you guys out with just one hundred bucks and see if you can kill just one hundred dollars. Well if you're panhandle right now if you're with your bare hands with your bare hands against the dock that size. There's no chance we'll have anyone actually. This is a really good question. So we'll is comes from a family waterfowl experts. Like what would it take to kill a duck one on one could could? It's extremely easy. A stomp academic one hundred. No problem neck you see. They weren't flying away. Get your one hundred real quick. So if there's laying there now it's a pen of talks in the can't fly out. What a messy. It wouldn't take me long. Emergence look increase covered in blood and feathers. Delicious new bills. Because that's a great question but in the truck let's get to the next one. This is our boy Zach Roll Hall in Law Than Brunswick Georgia Update on the Arbor case Frying covered it. You said no arrests may Thursday. When you're probably recordings Yo Sheriff Neil share for Brunswick Georgia himself went to the house arrested. Both of the cock suckers that will not may and they are held in Bonn held in jail. No Bond for contractors. Thank you could radically. That was their name. The cock suckers father. Yeah we missed the rest. Nobody could show so we should chat Shefrin. Thank you for sending US update so we reported it first. We did exactly what happened exactly arrested while we were recording last Thursday and he also hit me up today about our story from yesterday. Sorry so the store. Whatever yesterday about yesterday story Chef Chevron also said that they have the idea of the guy who filmed a video right so he. He's lucky he's not being charged for being too scared to speak up and say anything. He's got lawyers well. Obviously and they have confirmed the neighbors Called the cops and the cock suckers and they've also confirmed that Ahmad took nothing from the construction site that's been confirmed by the homeowner so one more piece of information that video services of Ahmad on the construction site in the evening So different video and a lot of sentiment was who gives a fuck. He didn't take anything in the first place. But even if you had the fucking the entire house you don't do right any confirmed that took nothing. I he was looking around. Also Zack said that the protests in Brunswick Georgia have been nonviolent completely and mostly masked so people are taking their justice for Ahmad. Seriously and doing it right. It's great to have a pundit on the ground like I'm curious so I was listening to the Times reporting about it and the First Times reported that showed up. There was like started asking around. This was way back. In the day he said three or four residents approached him. Like what the fuck you doing here. You better get lost. Reporter sounds real pleasant place over there and pleasant and he said the protesters are pleasant. Zach also knows when to call a cock sucker cocker. He does clearly also some residents there. That will kill you in the streets pat. That's true our next one. Kind of like the DUCK ARGUMENT GUYS. Friday Joe Show Great Yell it right having good fucking Friday. He'd run in Roy Utah. That's Awesome Yeah. No no nothing. Just hope you get drunk on a Friday. Us Good Vassal. It's right back also. Oh yeah hope so. I hope the same forever. Voicemail came in last Friday right about red finish taping shows. We missed it on last Friday show but I couldn't tell if he's a Florida man because he was clearly party and he was a Florida Man. Getting fucked up so matter. No matter doesn't we're all y'all got a little man. Yeah exactly. I always check him. Confused Kyle whissel is Confused Kyle just wanted to out and Derek for to make my Main until a bird and my God. It's not too much stuck in Portland. We Jesus okay four different Okay my question whether you gotTa talk about key. West wanted to see what you're experiencing our key west game ours is our only. I only reason why is because my father loves to go to the only reason why he loves to Key West because you get shit faced with lung gig. I guess I didn't know if that's what Mark or will yes it also super down and do a harder harder harder factor? Podcast fucking Pat Kyle on twitter. Thank very much kyle. Definitely took a major DAB hit. It sounds like so the last sentence about okay. So here's here's here's cows question. First of all Portland weed is a little bit different. He says he was curious about What y'all's experience experiences are with? Gartner I think is what he wants. He wants to hear about the garden of Eden. They also have like gay gay week which we went for Mardi Gras for Wills Bachelor Party and we were like we have drank too. We did go to the Garden of Eden. Which is just all nude beaches a nude place. But that's usually older people that are nude meant mainly dudes So that could be construed as mad deadly probably. Yeah I would assume the filming a TV show. One time it was it was full. Just ladies and drag going around. The I mean was ever you one key west to go and go back because because it is just less Alabama. Tom Roulette what we what was cool was we. We got a Nice House and had a nice pool and it was just a rectangular pool and we had like that house ten guys and we drank beer cans that we lined the entire lap lane of the pool is probably like seven hundred thousand beer cans just around the pool around the rim. Sick Brag. I'm cool is really really cool. It was it was. I was a hard time financially. I'M GONNA make up for it. I'M GONNA make next trips on me once and you don't do it by the way. Kyle's dad we don't know if he's geared just likes to part with gay dudes. I love that. I don't know I can't tell you can't tell all right next one chance. I really do hope that. This is the Fucking hard factor number man. I've been listening to this shit just about the time you guys came out with it. I hear you guys stupid as sucking tags the call in so. I'm a first time calling in Bro. Look you guys are fucking awesome and I mean the people that don't five star you or dumbest Shit. I haven't so I'm dumbest shit so I don't fuck talking about with that being said there's nothing better than voicing up in the morning and turning on a podcast about you know just like the random shifts that's going on in the world. Fuck the Florida Friday shit when people actually busted on it if you get old but you guys are you guys are bad as hell. You know if you guys were skinny like stay fat because if you skinny I probably wouldn't fucking care about what you had to say. Because he hasn't actually be super arrogant. And you wouldn't give a fuck either. Yeah you guys are the baddest motherfuckers. There is looking jeep rocking the shit. I wanted to talk past. I tell everyone about it. You guys are the fucking filters motherfuckers are all right buck in whatever be fun in. Fucking Austin hurts. Hey can can you confirm that? When I was fit was very arrogant. Oh yes he was the most arrogant ticket so terrible is to not. I can't get in good shape. I just have to lose weight where I'm we have to get healthy. Fat Fat Healthy One dad bonds. We always have self loathing though. Don't don't worry no matter how we're GONNA hate ourselves on the inside. My brain will always fat. Also thank you. That was the nicest fucking compliment ever thank you. Yeah that was awesome. Awesome listening and finally guys for a last voicemail call from Philly. Bill voice over on again Road trip on the year. Twenty twenty how in the fuck are not able to be in the car Sort of blend symbol to talk about that You know we're telling US been fucking people to Mars. I mean Shit as macario without concrete against serious mess but the alright later. Wait a minute. This guy wants to know why we can't shouldn't testing a car on a road translates know why we're not there yet. Good question well. I've never should run the criminal facial recognition against this guy and if it doesn't pop ten it's broken. No no no no. This guy is a guy who has taken a lot of road trips where there's been drinking. Okay when you have a lot of drinking like a car or missing is one thing but shitting in your car when you're like all in the car together getting someone's car knowing that they may have shit side that you would like in the door out into the car yes. Do you hate making good time West. Hey listen being finite pete and many a car before and spilled in many glasses bladder is incredibly small. Oh it's pathetic but shitting in the car is is is not acceptable I JUST WANNA point out to call. There's two types of guys out there just shows guys there that that attribution. I'm older guys that just go for it. Well do you remember when we were seventeen years old? Eighteen years old. We drove to New Orleans. Then we drove back to New Orleans to Baton Rouge in the evening and I peed in a cup in the front seat and then through that Cup just an open cop out the window and whip back into your face in the backseat due. I recall that that was disgusting. Yeah that's how that's gusting. Yeah I'm sorry for that Berry. That one deep didn't you? Well I mean it was. It was an unpleasant day on real. Sperry it's okay pat you didn't you didn't hang around much longer down there. Got Out right away. I don't know what I was thinking an receptacle without top. 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The Off Season, Part 3

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The Off Season, Part 3

"This the truth contains strong language and discussion of sexual harassment. Listener discretion is advised. Hello police when he was Bruce Alvarez. I'm at six fifty ocean view drive in Montauk uphold stone highway. Someone's broken into my house. You better leave like down. Yes, she's here. I don't know if she's armed really went the police to come over here a really what the police to come over domestic disturbance between an accused serial of user and a teenager. Day here. In the bathroom keep. I mean it does feel like no one is believing you these days. I'm the only one out here who's even talking to you. You do realize that the police are going to recognize you, right? They're gonna know who you are. They're gonna think that they know what kind of man you are and they won't want to be on your side. I'm here to hear your story, your story. My story made. Well, I still want to hear your story. Journal. Not yet. No, not a hit piece, but I, I do need your help. You love to help promising journalists. Don't you. To be here any. Yeah, I know that I'll let you decide what you tell them, but like I said, no one wants to believe you right now. I'm the only one who wants to hear your story. So. Do you wanna maybe open the door. Okay. And you know, just for the record, I don't have a weapon. You can trust me. I'm asking you to tell me anything you want. No. Well, listen, they are here. It sounds like, so I'm gonna go talk to them, see what's up. Do you wanna come with me or just let me handle this. Okay. I'll talk to them. Wait, wait. Stay two steps ahead of me. We can both keep our distance from each other. Good evening officer. We got a call about a possible break in. Shit you yet. Yeah, I'm Bruce l. resume the call. I'm sorry. I was just listening to a story on the radio. Everything. All right. Yes, everything's fine. I just got scared. Wendy's. Snuck up on me. Man is not what he asking her for. I'm gonna made the call man. By playing dump, rank on my own. Step inside for minute. Right? What happened here tonight? He didn't know I was going to be here so I scoured him. It was a bad decision. All right. Remember nine one one is only in case of actual emergencies. I really don't want to have another disturbance like this. There are actual crimes around here. Of course there. Thank you for your time. Good night. Thank you. So are you ready to tell me your side of the story. This is the off-season and original four part series from the truth part three young man, you're doing fine. Hello, amazing listeners of the truth. We've got a very important favor to ask of you. It's time for annual audience survey. And if you take a few minutes to share some information about yourself and give us some feedback about the show, you would really help us out a lot. Please visit survey nerds dot com. Slash truth that survey nerds dot com, slash truth. Thank you so much and on with the show. Hey, there truth listeners, there's a new podcast. I wanna tell you about it's called the shadows. The shadows is a new fictional series that critics described as charming funny and uncannily believable. I've heard it too, and it's beautifully produced. If you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall in another relationship, this is your chance you can listen to people fall in love as they fight make up and breakdown all over. Again. The shadows comes from a word winning audio artists Caitlyn pressed creator of the acclaim series. The heart, the entire six episode series out now at CBC dot c. a. slash the shadows or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the off-season. So are you ready to tell me your side of the story? Coffee? Can you make us some call yourself coffee? I don't know the coffeemaker here I do look. You can write that. I'm rich and helpless in your article if that makes you happy. But if you want to do this interview, I need coffee. For future reference, you have a pod machine. It's like two steps. Thank you for the heads up. So tell me about yourself. I'm going to ask the questions. Right? I forgot you are new to this. Okay. Well, let's start slow. You tell me something about yourself when we develop some trust. My name is Erica. Okay, nice to meet you. My name is Bruce. Now, I know that you know, but people get mad if you don't introduce yourself. So where are you from. Here mood the Hamptons charmed life. Nice. I'm from upstate near Albany. How working class? Yes. Well, I gotta balance out the coffee incident from forty five seconds ago. So you said you know exactly what I did, how how is it that you know that I found recordings is that the ones of me clubbing baby seal and the beach is their video. You please just tell me what it is that you found. Please? I think it's weird that you don't immediately know what I'm talking because if someone said that they had evidence of doing something bad, I think I would at least have some guesses or what have you done tying we're talking about you. Okay. So this thing that you found this video of me, it's not video. Okay. It's recording that a recording. Oh, so it's not even of me. We're getting a little ahead of ourselves was just take the slow. You'll have a chance to talk through everything. I have an order to be. So your name is Bruce Alvarez and year from Albany. Oregon. So are you like Hispanic what I mean? You present pretty white. So there are what people in Latin America. No, no, no, no chance your question? Yes. I am a white man. Okay. So it might seem kind of tasteless to you now. But when I got started in local news, people would change their name to sound more diverse. Okay. Well, because there were many people in Albany, Hispanics who is better for the network to just appeared diverse in actually hired diverse staff or tough opening question. Sorry, are you? Stanic is a question when you ask it. It becomes a tough question. You're very good at this, Eric. Very good. Thank you. Okay. So you went from a local news anchor to national? I got picked up by weekly investigation which was APN's newsmagazine show on Sunday nights. How was that was worse. I mean in Albany, I didn't have the best time slot of your ship. At least I was hosting. So on weekly investigation, I was pushing for human interest pieces and interviews and that kind of thing. And I think I stood out and I think Larry noticed. Okay. Say so Larry's the one who made the conversation? Yes. Yeah. He sent me up with the show. Let's say about twelve years ago, though. Honestly, we really didn't sort of pick up steam until we hired Martinez. She was someone who knew YouTube really well back when that was rare talent. You know, I would reach out to her because she's a woman who worked on my staff who I think would say nothing but positive things was nineteen. Nineteen last name. I think you can probably find out through personnel the website. Okay. So when was the first time that you heard complaints from female staff was week? Honestly, swear to God. I had heard nothing until last week. So you're saying no one had brought anything to your attention before your TV show was just overrun with calls from former staff? Yes, yes, that is what I'm saying. So have you ever been involved in a nondisclosure agreement. Of course, seriously people in show development, sign them all the time. But what about women women than men both? No. But has anyone ever signed one because of you? Don't know anything about that. I mean, that would be between the woman in HR and it has nothing to do with you. I didn't say that what I'm saying is that if people resolve an issue with HR to their satisfaction that has nothing to do with me. You're not involved in their saddest. Can we dispelled this idea that I am some evil faceless monster. That's what you're imagining when people hear these rumors, what they see is this cruel monster. But that's not me. I am just a guy who honestly people ignored for most of his life. And then I got lucky for a very short period of time. Noted. Thank you. Did you ever use your job to get women? Of course, use my job to get any woman sets you up with someone. What's the first thing they say? He's a lawyer. He's a doctor. He's a journalist, try not having a job Erica and getting now. It's worked out pretty well for my cousin. But what I'm saying is that the kids to two different women doesn't have job for longer than three months at a. We're getting off track. Shows up to my family, and it was like, hey, winning family members. Here's another kid for you to look out for do something that's more. Crazy workplace romances are now considered taboo. When did that happen? High status, Erica is attractive. Don't know a world or a workplace or a culture where that's not true, and they want to talk about a strange power dynamic. That's just the way it is. So you're not in support of the movement that's happening? No, don't write that down. Please. Look. Of course, I support any social movement that leads to equality between men and women, but look the same social forces that are pushing down on your pushing down on me as well. I feel like women don't appreciate how helpless you are. When your pubis in boy, look, all you see is sex all around you all the time. Half your energy is spent covering up your and sorry, but that's true. And all these girls, these women who mesmerize you. I mean, most of my young life and honestly way further into adulthood that I would have wanted was just me being speechless and terrified of women. Yeah, the, you're not a boy anymore. Like you haven't been a boy for like twenty years thirty five years, maybe forty. So what happened? What do you. Between when you were afraid to speak to women, and when you became a TV personality, what happened. Well, I guess there's a time when you realize everyone wants to like you people complain about their lives. So they say that they're stock somehow. What they don't realize is everyone they meet once to like them. They want nothing more than to like them when you realize that when you stop stopping yourself, stop mumbling, stop asking how other people feel you just tell people how you feel and then people like it. They're assured by that you're young, you're smarter confident and people want to see themselves in you. You don't have to do anything to get that. There's no magic trick. You just have to speak with periods at the end of your sentences and then realize young man, you're doing fine. Young man, you're doing five. Yes, right. That. I'll read something, don't k- so that's your advice to everyone. The word man taking everything way too litter. But like obviously that word choice matters. Pulled over by the p c police now because of a noun. It's what you're saying. Then you're just saying that everyone is assured by young women who can speak confidently up in your experience has not been my experience. No. If I put periods of end of my sentences, that's when most men want to correct me. That's what I'm talking about that is in your head, Erica, you are stopping yourself. That's a mental block, stop, policing yourself, and you'll fly guaranteed. Well, when I was in high school, I was the editor of my school paper and the faculty advisors like this young cool English teacher. Mr. Williams, like rolls up his sleeves assigned us ton ac- codes like not your mama's English teacher, and he was so supportive of me. Like he believed in me. He would tell me that my writing was amazing and like, and there were these people that wrote this blog that was like bitchy girl uses paper to lecture friends. She doesn't have, and and he was so nice about it and it was like, don't worry about them. You're doing great. They just, you know, they're jealous or whatever. I mean. He believed him, you know, when I believed him. And then one day I'm working on the paper. We had this really great issue coming up and I was with my boyfriend at the time. So we're just hanging out and you know, I wanna like cook. So me and my boyfriend start making out and Mr. Williams walks in on us and. And the next day he calls me into his office and he's like, I'm just a really concerned for you. Like kind of feels like you're wasting way or potential and you're, you know, you're going to end up pregnant like curls. And then he says, he's teaching meal lesson by demoting me to assistant editor. Which you know what now that I think about it, it was definitely just me stopping myself to put that was all the way back in high school a year ago. Yeah. I guess I should've just close the book on that experience and tight. Remind me how hard it was to be a boy thirty five years ago. The point is you. It didn't deter you from doing what you want to do that didn't deter me, but seeing on TV that the entire field I wanna go in is filled with guys like that. Yeah, that does deter me not enough to not break into a house for a story. No, I guess not because you're strong, you're strong and you wouldn't let anything like that stop you. Do you think you did anything wrong. I'm I am sorry that people were hurt by my actions. Do you feel that like do you think that you did anything you should regret or acknowledge that things I have done could have been hurtful to some people more than I realized at the time. So you don't think you did anything wrong. I didn't see. You also didn't say I did something wrong, honestly. Okay. Here's what I'm saying. If you're playing soccer game and suddenly somewhere at soccer h. q. or whatever. They make a new rule that you can't use your left feet. Can you blame the athletes in the middle of the game for still using their left feet? That's a messed up analogy. You get the point. Okay. So in this analogy, are women the balls that you're kicking? Are they the other teams? You're not listening to me? Okay. Choice matters. The point I was trying to make is that the rules changed like that. Everything I was doing was fine until it was fine. It's how things were. You just find it weird that you're not actually denying anything. You're just sitting here saying that what you did at the time wasn't bad. Yep. But they are saying that it was bad. You trust me, I know. So what do you think. We'll look life is more gray than headlines, make it seem. I'm sorry if that's not a satisfying answer, you didn't think you did anything wrong then why were you spying on those women. What if you didn't do anything wrong? Then why were you spying on women who had made complaints against you? What do you mean? Spy that woman Mariam I don't remember Miriam lots. You don't remember. No, really? What are you talking about this is your house? How would you not know about the recordings that they're locked away in a room in your house? This isn't my house. But this is not my house. This is my bosses house. Larry Kellner. Larry count, like the head of APN. I don't live here. He's letting me stay in his house while this whole thing blows over to what are these recordings we're talking. You tell me that didn't know that it mattered. If I had known it would get you off my back, believe me, Eric. I would have said it right away. Those recordings. You didn't ask for them. I don't know what recordings you're talking about, but I have never spied on women, and I have never asked somebody to spy on women. So please just tell me, what does Larry having this? I just I, I need some very carefully if you found evidence of the head of a major network spying on women that is a big fucking deal. Big deal. Have proof of that you care about winning now. Fair. And so should you a huge story who who are the people in the recordings names? I've never heard of people who live within show them to me because I can help you with this. Erica, I guarantee whatever is in those recordings is going to be a hundred times bigger of a story than what we're talking about right now. I'm not done interviewing you. That's fine. You can interview me more after I promise, but these tapes are much more important trust me. 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Can't believe you did this. Not like you have the moral high ground here, this claims Bruce making inappropriate remarks priority taping quote. I can't continue to make work in an environment. Zanjani Andrea was difficult here at look settled a both parties satisfaction April thirtieth. So do you believe that's what's legally binding? So. Answer this complaint inappropriate contact from associate producer at Thursday sports. That's Pete Pete from sportscenter. That guy is a rapist full on. He's disgusting. It's insane. He still has a show. Don't call me on though. His complain is also listed as settled to both parties satisfaction. Look, the files are agreements that the women were involved, but the recordings that is next level stuff. How many reportings are there? One for each complaint in the file cabinet. You want to know how many are about you. This is much bigger than me. They hired someone to trick these women into trusting that get information that would discredit them about a loosens and sleeping around this is blackmail standby. Yeah, I know it kind of feels very, very convenient for you to start carrying about women right now. We could make this into a huge story through all these. Yeah, we should do it together. Really go through the mall, start breaking down. You know what? I actually take this out. Haven, what you needed. Get out of there. I'm talking to him right. Erica, something big. He's leading me interview him. Why we. Story, I gained his trust. I interviewed house think Eric, if he hasn't been talking to dateline or Fanon or fifty minutes, why is he talking to you? I don't need you to insult me trying to to, but at worth your with them on to right now at best you're going to help them on through talland night story about himself. Do you really have such a Leuven unity? He's trying to win over air. He's hoping me go through these recordings that people were wow. If you're yourself, he's helping you through evidence of his own crimes, and you're acting like he's doing you speaking. I'm fine. I just I'm getting important coal. What Mark? They're jealous unsupportive. I don't know. I'm hanging up. Hello, this is Erika. Hi, Erica. This is grown. Only talked to yesterday is now retired. Yeah. Sorry, it's a little rainy here, but I can hear you. I talked chameleon yesterday. I'm what I heard that the stuff with Bruce with setting me off and I was thinking about going to the press and she cooks the beamer Nuno what you know. No, you can't do. I get a lot of trouble. I couldn't say anything about you. Good. Good. I told me that he has a recording. I, I start you. You told her that that was quite that information for. You can't jumped up like pooping hit by lightning who says he can make a call probably calling APN. Maybe Larry Helmer. Can we meet up? Are you in the city right now? Can we even call him a? No, I'm not in the city. I really want to do this person. There's a storm coming. I'm not sure when you speak of getting hard to hear us. Yeah, I can't talk to the behavior that office happy hours, aggressive. That's how you felt about me. Why did you keep coming to office happy hours. The kids. Hi, Larry high. What are you doing here? It's raining like Dodd wants to ground of all our I, I didn't know you were coming. You didn't mention it. When we talked yesterday, Nancy said, got spooked thought it'd be good to check up on you in. I. Yeah, veteran Berkshire. Why are you here? Larry look just because you feel like no one cares about you does mean item care about you now, how about getting me some scotched course coming right up? Who takes care of you better than me Nolan. Larry always looked out from forget it. You watch show yesterday. Yeah. Yeah. Sorry. No, I understand it looked thorough when the investigation is done it. You come back here. Going. It really talk about it, but this people working on it. Okay. Okay. So how's it been. Little boring. I have left the property. So just. Just. Hello? Oh boy. Who's this? This is Erica. Ever already brought a girl over to come through the store now. Now it's not like that at all. Erica is local. She's into journalism. Well, that sounds like an even worse idea. No, it's not like that. Larry. She's trying to start a career in journalism. I'm helping her out, right? Yeah, I get it right girl, promising future. Your type. Who are you or not a very good journalist issue, we'll. That's okay. Hitler for the best Larry kill. Head of APN. So what do you guys been talking about here will Erica actually is looking to help me tell my side of the story, just your side of the story, the whole picture. So of heard. But the network might have a few notes. Let's talk. The conclusion of the season is coming to the truth in one week for more stories like this, go to the truth, podcasts dot com. 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GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 259: Talk Like Pirate and Snakes With Arms

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

30:43 min | 4 months ago

GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 259: Talk Like Pirate and Snakes With Arms

"Golden state media concepts social media. Podcast time to hashtag everything. We talk about all the fun crazy stories on social media. Instagram facebook twitter to tumbler. Probably even friendster join us as we explored the quirky of social media. It's the golden state media concept social media. Podcast simple though. And then i brought to you by the gmc podcast network. I am your host. Sarah and we are we. We are together again to talk about what is going on in the world of social media. What is trending. What is showing up on our news. Feeds all of that good stuff and our first story makes me feel old. Although i should have realized that this was the case because it is the twenty-fifth anniversary of friends this fall and when i think about it i do realize it. It's been twenty five years since it came out but it doesn't feel that long. I remember starting to watch it. But when i realized how old i was and where in the world i was when it started. Yeah it has been twenty five years at any rate To celebrate this twenty five year anniversary there is a a google doodle. I don't know if anybody talked about on your social media news today but it popped up on mine several times and this is about the easter eggs that are Pretty probably very well known to friends fans. So if you are if you google Let's say friends ross. And then that comes up and there's a picture of a couch next to it so you click on the couch and it changes the so. It's it's straight in angles up a little bit and you hear of it. Yes so you click it more than once and it and it keeps saying pivot of course and poverty as he said If you clicked one too many times though you'll hear ross say okay. I don't think it's going to pivot anymore. And i did not click it too many times so i did not know that. That was a possibility If you do the chandler search you get Oh it's so cute. His armchair pops up. Which isn't the part. But then chicken duck come out and they just waddle all around the screen or back and forth across the screen. It's very adorable Rachel's i didn't think was that exciting. It was Just a picture of her hair wasn't really interactive at took you to pictures of jennifer aniston with the rachel which her hair became iconic four. And so the other three. You'll just have to go look because look for because they're cute if you're a friends fan than these will definitely make you smile. Because they are some of the some of the the moments i mean pivot. Many many memes have been made out of pivot which actually reminds me Oh my gosh for fans who search for friends. Glossary did not know this part for friends. Glossary the search engines will pull definitions for unfluffy. Full lange philan- g hand twin and mississippi. Believe just in case you needed reminding. And actually i had forgotten about a couple of those so i have to go. Google friends glossary but also i learned something rather interesting this week about memes and this again is where you're gonna know that i'm a dork. Because i subscribe to the daily word from merriam webster webster dictionary and they told me where the origin of the word meme came from. And i've always wondered that frankly so since this is the social media. Podcast news podcast. It seems logical that we should talk about memes. And maybe you've wondered where that word came from because it's kind of a dumb word. I mean mimi. It doesn't make a lot of sense when we think of memes we usually think of You know pictures with captions or things. That pop up on our social media fee feeds But the word meam isn't new actually dates to evolutionary biologist. Richard dawkins nineteen seventy six book. The selfish gene and again this is from merriam webster where it functioned with a meaning other than its current. Most common one that says can of pop culture sort of thing in dhaka's conception of the term it is a unit of cultural transmission the cultural equivalent of a gene and his book is quoted as saying we didn't we need a name for the new replicator announced that conveys the idea of a unit of cultural transmission or unit of imitation mini. Meam comes from a suitable greek route. But i want a mono syllable. That sounds a bit like jean. I hope my closest friends will forgive me if i abbreviate. Oh sorry not many. M. i m e mma mean to me it is if it is any consolation it it could alternate alternative thought of as being related to memory or to the french word men it should be pronounced to rhyme with cream. So it's not mimi mimi and then He goes on to describe what it is actually intended to refer to. Examples of memes are tunes ideas catchphrases clothes fashions ways of making pots or of building arches. Just as jeans propagate themselves in the gene pool by leaping from body to body via sperm or eggs so memes propagate themselves in the mean pool by leaping from brain to brain via a process which in the broad sense can be called imitation. So there you go so memes. In that i mean. That's the way they were originally originally thought of. It's definitely different. I am not sure when Mr dawkins wrote that book. He had any idea of how it was going to evolve over time but I don't know. Would he be pleased with the current iteration of names. I don't really know the answer. But i i'm so happy to finally discovered the origin of that word and to figure out. What the heck and now. I'm less annoyed with it because it used to just seem dumb. Now i know there's an actual story behind it. This next story makes my heart happy and it kept popping up on my news feed My facebook newsfeed from one friend said to me directly and then others posted about it and that is that little people there are now Yellow submarine little people. Beatles yellow submarine first of all. I know you'll see the marine. It's bright it's colorful. It's crazy so most but there are so many figurines with yellow submarine. And i would be fine with little people that weren't yellow submarine and beatles. Little people that weren't yellow submarine but When you look at them on the shopping page on fisher price says get ready to rock and roll with a little help from your friends. John lennon paul mccartney george harrison and ringo starr with a special edition celebrity. Little people's figure pack each member of the iconic band. The beatles is brought down to little people toy size and they are addressed of course in their classic yellow submarine outfits. And they're adorable. And i would like them so i need to have somebody who loves me by me. Little people or a i love me. I love me. I could buy them for myself. That would be fine Although well it's it's showing walmart out of stock target out of stock amazon not available day. So i don't know where to tell you to buy. Oh recall alert. Click here for more reba hall information. Oh the beatles have been recalled. Now i'm so sad never mind. It was something completely different. I was sucked and it was like click bait only important clip about but it's not the little people they have not been recalled. Everyone calmed down. It's fine okay. here's my little. I think these are adorable. I would like that but little people are not what they look like. When i was a little people when they now have feet when i was little they just had little round was a round bottoms which is not exactly conveying. The correct yet so. The bottom portion of the little person was just around circle. They didn't have legs or feet. And then all of the little people accessories just had little round holes and so they popped right in chair we camper and the truck had little holes. The school also holds. He just popped them in. We've had a toilet For the camper of course and so yeah. I don't mean to again once again. Be telling you how old i am. But i am sad that that The little people of my of my childhood would no longer go with the little people of current childhood a well we can all coexist together right. All little people knew little people. My sesame street little people from when i was a child could hang out with my beatles little people from my adulthood. I think it works. At any rate. We are going to take our first break of the podcast and when we come back we'll be talking about snake among other things so stay tuned. You're listening to the gmc social media news podcast and we right back to be healthier yet. You just don't know what to do all these shows telling you this and that but nothing seems to work will listen close. Golden state media concepts has got something great for you. The health and wellness podcast dedicated to workout trend. Healthy eating habits die and everything about healthy living. Join us in our benchers as we help you not just live life to the fullest but live it to the healthiest welcome back to our next story is an animal story but thankfully not a like youth. Animal story as we often get In the world of social media and the internet and all of those good things. but they'll this is the and it's about snakes. I know everybody is a fan of snakes but snakes actually are pretty fascinating creatures and well. You know the latest in a the latest thing that seems to be happening is that people are either using sharpies on regular pictures or they are using probably not sharpies on regular pictures but they are using Photoshop or whatever to make it look like sharpies on regular pictures and so according to this article which is from board panda Sometime ago a wise person decided to doodle hands on a picture of a snake he found. The result was so satisfying he shared it on the internet and then the doodle war began sometime ago. We asked our readers take part in this war and we are so glad we did. Snakes don't always have the best reputation and are certainly not the cutest but it turns out that all they needed were some expressive arms in hands. See all snakes need to be cute as just a little jazz. They just need hands. Pour snakes were born without jazz hands so these pictures are hilarious. I mean there's a snake that is the first one is the snake is. Looks like an albino snake first of all but it it it's coiled and it looks like it's going to strike but then somebody gave an arms with finger guns and so now instead of being the snake that is going to bite you and kill you. It is It's doing a little you know. Hey kind of thing. And it's pretty fabulous but According to national geographic a little more information there are more than three thousand species of snakes on the planet three thousand species who They are found everywhere except antarctica. Iceland ireland iceland. Excuse me antarctica. Iceland ireland greenland and new zealand about six hundred species are venomous and only about two hundred. Seven percent are able to kill or significantly wound. A human actually. I didn't realize there were so few In the venomous side. When i think of snakes. I mean that that leaves twenty four hundred non venomous species of snakes. That's pretty impressive. non venomous snakes which rain from harmless garter snakes to the not so harmless python. Okay they can still squeeze you to. Death dispatch their victims by swallowing them. Alive or constricting them to death whether they killed by striking with venom or squeezing. Nearly all snakes eat their food whole In sometimes only large portions. Thanks national geographic. Actually that's that is interesting. Okay a snake on a towel but somebody drew arms on it so it looks like it is leaning on its leaning. Its on its hand looking kind of bored snake. Snake says i need my morning coffee and when he draw arms and a cup of coffee the snake just looks completely disgruntled and like it's too early in the morning Almost all snakes again. According to national geographic are covered in scales and as reptiles they're cold blooded and must regulate their body. Temperature externally scales serve several purposes They trapped moisture in and in in arid climate sorry not and in arid climates and reduce friction. As the snake moves. There have been several species of snakes. Discovered that are mostly scandalous. But even those have scales on their bellies. Snakes also have forked tongues which they flick in different directions to smell their surroundings. That's how they know when danger or food is nearby. Oh my gosh. This one is not only got arms on it but they did little sunglasses cobra little sunglasses a saxophone. Okay he really should look at these. Because i'm not gonna keep describing them to you. They really are adorable. Who knew yeah. You should definitely. You should definitely go to board panda and find snakes with arms. Because i think you'll thank me. It's it's pretty entertaining but moving on from snakes with arms because someday you have to move on from snakes with arms sadly we are going to talk about Sean bean Sean bean is an actor if you aren't familiar with him and It turns out that. Sean bean has been killed twenty three times. It not sean. Bean himself. sean bean's characters have been killed. Twenty three times his most Maybe well known roles wherein he was killed He was bore amir and lord of the rings and he was killed the first movie of the trilogy so he didn't even get to go you know he didn't even get to continue that quest. Well i mean you know boreham your dies in the first book to it. Wasn't just like sean. Because it sean bean but he also played ned. Stark in game of thrones and people thought. Well it's sean beanie. Well maybe people didn't think because they'd seen sean bean rolls but ned stark dead. So many people on campus ted. Though so sean bean twenty three twenty three times his character has been killed and he said that he started to rethink how he he accepts roles. You know he doesn't want to continue to be killed because he says it's it's now. It's just predictable. People expect him to die and he made some comment about his character was supposed to die in a role and he was like really no and they said well. can you just be severely wounded. There's even a campaign Hashtag something like. Stop killing sean bean. I think that's what it is. Stop killing sean being And there's a picture of sean bean wearing a shirt with the hashtag which i think is appropriate so This is just an example. To me of Weirdness that shows up on the internet but still makes me smile. I mean that's the thing with the internet anymore. Is you get you know you. Noticed something sean. Bean gets killed a lot in his roles. Well that kind of stinks but then other than you realize other people have noticed it too because they have made memes. They have made know things pop up online. And that makes me laugh so I lost my train of thought but it does make me laugh. Don't kill stop killing sean. Bean i i agree. I like him. But this also makes me think of The vicar of dibley which is a bbc. Show if you've ever seen it. It is about a female anglican priests in the fictional town of dibley. It it's been. It was a while ago that it was on. But it's one of my favorite. bbc shows. starring dawn french and dawn french. The picture changes in her in her home but she is the. She is the The vicar the priest in this village and above her desk in her home picture of jesus next to it. A picture of sean bean. Sometimes it's other actors but for a while. She had a picture of sean bean and she often talks to jesus and the celebrity picture simultaneously during the episodes and it always made me laugh. So i have a soft spot in my heart for sean bean. Simply because of vicar of dibley. We're sure but hey you got you gotta find your fund where you can right okay. We're gonna take our second break of the podcast. When we come back we are going to talk about Some viral cottage cheese which could go in many directions. So you're gonna have to come back after the break to find out. What is viral about this cottage cheese so stay tuned listening to the gs mc social media news. Podcast and. i'll be right back. Tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Nell listen close and here this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searched. The golden state media concept podcast network is here nothing less than podcast bliss with endless hours of podcast covered from news sports music fashion entertainment fantasy football and so much more so stop blurted around and go straight out to the state media concepts podcast network guaranteed to fill that podcast is whatever it may be visit us at. Www dot jesus mc podcast dot com. Follow us on facebook. Twitter and download us on itunes soundcloud and google play. Welcome back cottage. Some people are fans. Some people are not We once had an intern at a place where i worked highschool intern nicest sweetest kid but he was just horrified by the thought of cottage cheese so one day when we were out to lunch he and another coworker some cottage cheese just because neither of them had tried it so i commend them for trying it Kind of i don't know if it's an acquired taste or if it is Just something that you either love or hate but This is a cottage cheese. Tub that has gone viral not viral. Well actually it might be viral for more than one reason because it could be filled with you. Okay so this. Bacteria viruses work with me here but it went viral online because it was left in an office fridge for seven years. That's a health hazard people so this is the you know we when when you think about office refrigerators. You tend to think about things that get left that don't that are in there after passer expiration date you get the snarky notes about. Don't steal my food than you get the people who steal food the office refrigerator as a place of much drama but this story is from a reddit user. J. j. g. bones Also known as julia from philadelphia and she shared the office legend that is a tub of pineapple cottage cheese. Okay does it have chunks of pineapple in it. I would assume so i mean j- cottage cheese is often served with fruit but i didn't realize that they made pineapple cottage cheese. I don't get out much so this little. Tub of cheesy weirdness as survived in the fridge for seven years. Now why okay anyway. Happy anniversary to this little tub of pineapple cottage cheese. It has now survived seven years in our work fridge without being thrown out. I take a picture of it each year. Julia wrote and there is in fact a picture of her with this each year. So julia said that her secret is that the cheese is indeed hers. She says i bought it back. In two thousand twelve opened. It tasted it hated it and threw it in the fridge So apparently it's low fat and has weird faked pineapple in it okay It managed to get pushed to the back. I forgot about it. No one touched it and then sure enough. It managed to survive a whole year with no one touching it then. It became a joke. No one wanted to throw it out. Have they opened it recently. Other cheeses in tub with the on the seal has been broken. But it's never the perpetrator of any weird odors. We moved offices earlier this year and now we have more room to fridges. No smells and we're a happy family. Besides everyone respects the cheese. It has been there a long time. I admire their commitment. But wow again. I'm just wondering Do does there's no smells clearly. They aren't opening it. I'm thinking because it would definitely smell you. Open it Julia is waiting for the right. Time to open up the cheese or throw it away Either when she leaves the job or it hits ten years residents in the fridge. Or maybe i'll bestowed on another colleague. She adds the laugh. I haven't opened it since. I bought it so i wonder what it looks like inside. My boyfriend is incredibly against it. Staying in the fridge at home. So it's got a bunch of post it note saying Don't toss everyone here in. The office knows not to touch it. There's a close up of the cottage cheese container with the expiration date which was september seventeenth. Twenty twelve wow non-fat pineapple cream cheese or cottage cheese interesting. The first comment makes me laugh. I'm depressed to think that a container of cottage cheese lasted longer a company. That i ever did. Oh sorry that is sad but also kind of funny. Finally we shall talk about the fact that today is Talk like a pirate day every year. September nineteenth taka pirate day and i was never fully sure why it was september nineteenth but it turns out that this was created by to oregon two men from oregon to oregonians and they created it because they were playing. A game of racquetball. The of course. Doesn't that make sense. So this is from albany oregon and the holiday which is known as talk like a pirate day was started during a of racquet between two friends. the quote is we started taunting each other with pirate phrases. Like our that. Be a fine cannonade and you slapped that one off. The off me missing mass. Maty can't even say that we had so much fun doing this game with words that we decided there ought to be a day in every one day and every year where every man woman child is encouraged to talk like a pirate said mark. Mark summers known as captain sloppy of course. And there's a picture of the two of them in their pirate. Gear looking very festive and entertaining. So he and his friend. John bauer old chum. Bucket as he's otherwise known played the game on june sixth but new since it was d day that day was off limits so we settled on september nineteenth. Which was my experts thing. We weren't being mean the date was just stuck in my head said summers and it stuck for around main for the first seven years. The holiday was observed by close friends. It was really simple. It was like about four or five friends all knew about it and we would call each other at work and talk like a pirate day and go arg and hang up and that was the extent of chocolate caparo day back then seventy seven years later. They pitched the idea to a columnist after his column was printed. The holiday took off pretty soon mark and john. We're getting phone calls from all over summer. Said we're getting interviews with media outlets from australia To the bbc new zealand ireland denmark south america. We were headed. We're hearing from everywhere from people who were just excited to be playing. Pirate never expecting it to become what it is today. Summer says he's happy to be a part of a somewhat cult holiday. We gave the pirate community christmas. This is their holiday. It's been kind of fun to be the santa to a whole new celebration. That is awesome. I have never thought. I mean i. I always think about how the holidays get started. Because as i've said before there are multiple holidays on every day of the year. If you ever go to one of those calendar sites and look at the holidays you will see that there are just a million holidays and so i always kind of wonder how they started. And it's fun to know the back story of this of this fun. Pirate day in conclusion. I will say that. Tomorrow is september twentieth because today is september nineteenth. Talk per day and its day were supposed to we. I don't mean me. I'm not going but the day that People are supposed to be storming area fifty one and you know that there will be reporting on what actually happened. Because there's there's going to be new stories. There's going to be stories. Who knows if anything will actually happen but there will be stories regardless of people you know. They'll they'll be there. They'll be looking out for people to storm area fifty one there will probably be food drugs or something. I don't even know. I know they were. They were talking about doing a festival at one point. I'm not sure that that ever came about. But hey as always i will. I will bring you that news next time on the next episode because we need we need to know what happened at area fifty one on september twentieth. So so please do join me for monday's episode of the gmc. Social media news podcast. In the meantime have a wonderful weekend. And like i said. Join me on monday so we can find out what's going. You've been listening to the golden state media concepts social media. Podcast part of the golden state media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at www dot. Jesus mc podcasts dot com download our podcast on itunes stitcher soundcloud. Google play just typing g. s. mc to find all the shows from the golden state media concepts podcast network from movies to music from sports entertainment and even weird news. You can also follow us on twitter and on facebook. 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Jowell & Randy - Viva El Perreo (Anlisis)

Frequencia Urbana Podcast

43:20 min | 5 months ago

Jowell & Randy - Viva El Perreo (Anlisis)

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GSMC Weird News Podcast Episode 173: Snakes, Pirates, and Sean Bean

GSMC Weird News Podcast

33:07 min | 1 year ago

GSMC Weird News Podcast Episode 173: Snakes, Pirates, and Sean Bean

"It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you and the life if you want to live CD medic target your pain added source. It's fast acting relief with active. OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil get get back to your life with CBD medic available online and that CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease weird odd strange or just plain bizarre is really your cup. He then the Golden Oakland state media concepts weird news podcasts we'll give you that fix can't believe it will listen for yourself. We delivered his strangest news you you definitely won't find on CNN or Fox. It's the golden state media concepts weird news podcast the hello and welcome to the GMC weird podcast I brought by the GMC podcast network. I am your host. Sarah and I am happy as always to be with you to talk about some of the weirder aspects of the news of our world so let's go ahead and jump on in here you know. I like the news the weird news stories that involve animals stewing strange things sometimes. It's humans doing very strange. Sometimes stupid things involving animals you know but there's always animals. It'd be doing interesting things in the world. In fact I just saw a video. My husband posted a video today about pandas and well first of all it was awesome. Pandas are hilarious the way they just kind of roll around and fall out of things and I don't know they're adorable for stuff and then they're hilarious and then the narrator of there's video I don't know who it is but he sounded maybe Australian and he kept saying it panels are basically just drunk all day and they get drunk and fall off and to see the video but it's very very cute but less cute and a little more on the factor a cayman it was spotted swimming in a Michigan schools pond yeah okay. I didn't even know they. They were came in in Michigan. Is this another transplant. That would be you know. Do you remember when Heidi and I talked about. The emotional. Support allegation was the crocodile. I think it was emotional. Nationals Emotional support crocodile emotional support alligator. I don't remember but it was an emotional support very very large deadly reptile that anyway any great students and community members are being warned to keep a safe distance from this schools pond where in a quote unquote alligator type reptile or in other words. Cayman was spotted swimming. Bedford public schools said a teacher spotted an an alligator type reptile swimming in the biology pond on campus that seemed appropriate but this was on the campus of the Bedford Urge Senior High School in Bedford Junior high school. The district said experts identified the creature as a three foot cayman a relative of the alligator her case so it's not huge but still there is an alligator in the biology pond. This sounds like a chapter in. I don't know Harry Potter or something. visuals said arrangements are being made to remove the came in from the pond and students and community members are being warned to keep a safe distance from the water until the creature creature is relocated located the district said Caymans are not native to Michigan but sometimes are kept as exotic pets and that would be my guess which makes me say it come on people. If you're going to get an exotic pet think it through. You know you get came and you're thinking oh get the door. A little baby came in 'cause they're tiny when they're little right and then they start growing but you should know what your animal is going to grow into an don't get an exotic pet and then figure out that you can't take care of it or you hate feeding it. What you you have to feed it and then setting it loose. I mean it's not good and then we have caymans swimming around in ponds in Michigan and Michigan is going to get cold really soon one and that it was a cold-blooded creature that it's not need to be swimming in our frozen pond in Michigan people okay well hopefully that hopefully the cayman will be relocated and he or she will have a happy came in life somewhere where it's not trying to eat junior high school students another animal this time in Virginia was rescued. This was a squirrel who was rescued from under the hood of Virginia State Police Car. animals definitely like to go in places that they shouldn't but so Virginia State police sergeant who heard unusual will noises coming from under the hood of her car made well a discovery of a squirrel trapped in her vehicle the the SP the Virginia State police said the Squirrel was rescued from under the hood of the Sergeants car and was found to be uninjured so Bristol area sergeant isn't going nuts after after all the state police nice there really wasn't animal trapped inside her Hashtag. vs P patrol car fortunately the scroll scroll was located unharmed and safely released back into the wild. The police wrote on a facebook post now. I'm glad that she heard the squirrel because says it's not you know it's never good to have a an animal trapped in your engine. It can be very dangerous the animal and the engine but definitely for the the animal I mean that would make me that always makes me sad but it also reminds me of the the posts you know that say to look around your car because especially in the winter when the car is warm from driving animals will go into it to seek warmth and that's very important. I'm not mocking that but I am laughing at the one picture of the cow laying on the hood and you know the name says make sure you check your car for animals because they like the warmth. I am not describing describing things well tonight but it's still funny. Trust me okay. Just just go with me work with me. People work with me another example example of craziness in the animal world but not because of the animal per se I mean I guess that I was because of the animal but also probably because human was mean rude weird dumb whatever and let it go but anyway. This is Oh man. This is a story story about Bob cat but so we we start this article with a a tweet from C. P. W. S. The region at W. Underscore S. E. and they are replying to see. PW AT CBW underscores S. E. N. at seal parks wildlife so this is Colorado and this is the sight that greeted at co Parks Wildlife Officer. You're saying Watson went responded to a call about an injured. Bob Cat on Wednesday and there is a picture of Bob Cat covered with a towel looks very sweet as you know Bob Cats do before they rip your face off big cats when they're they have very cute little faces but they're not they're not cute in you should not attempt to approach them so the cat was unrestrained in the back of an SUV under a blanket or towel all or whatever it is that it's under and a child's car seat was just feet away. It does not indicate if there was a child in that car seat but then it says in in all capital letters never pick up wildlife well yeah man so while officials in Colorado are reminding residents that they they should not approach wild animals. This was after the woman picked up the injured Bob Cat and put it in her vehicle with her young child so it was feet away from her young mm child. I commend her for her instinct to help the injured animal but Colorado Parks and wildlife said the Colorado out of springs woman was lucky the bug cat was injured and to fatigue to move when she picked it up from the side of a road Wednesday and put it in her suv with her young child. Oh and again all capital letters never pick up wild animals and then in not capital letter. She was lucky the agency tweeted an officer officer who responded to the women's call discovered she had put the bobcat under a blanket in the back of the vehicle only feet away from where her child was strapped into a carseat officials wrote. We removed the Bob cat which was mortally wounded. Luckily it was too injured to react to being picked up and placed in a car but no one should ever capital letters. Try this. This could have been tragic. It absolutely could have been tragic and I'm sorry to hear that the bug cat was mortally wounded and like I said I commend the woman's instinct to help an injured animal. That's how I would feel but you do not want to is this one was too tired and fatigued to do anything but mortally injured can make them even feistier because they're in pain. They're upset they're in shock whatever and they can lash out and so definitely don't pick up any wildlife but don't also pick up. You know definitely don't pick up wounded while life and don't put put it in the car with your kids. Don't put your kids on the wildlife to take pictures of them. Either I know BIF- Buffalo look like big cows but they are not this was a while back. Actually there's been more than one bison incident in Yellowstone Park but come on people use your brains. Please please use your brains. They they are not they are not fuzzy little house cats. They are not cows. They are not whatever it is. You're thinking they are stay away from the wildlife. Even that squirrel could have gone crazy and attack the woman. I don't know I'm being a little facetious there but yeah that's my that's my psa for the day. Stay away from the wildlife. Definitely don't put it in the car near your kids. Let's take a let's take a quick break so I can get off my soapbox. When we come back we will be talking about well some more weird news so stay tuned. You're listening to the MC Weirdos podcast and I'll be right back. 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I know everybody is a fan of snakes but snakes actually are pretty fascinating creatures and well you know the latest tossed in the latest thing that seems to be happening is that people are either using sharpies on regular pictures or they are using probably not sharpies on regular pictures but they are using photoshop or whatever to make it look like sharpies on regular pictures and so according to this this article which is from Board Panda some time ago a wise person decided to doodle hands on a cute picture of a snake he found the result zolt was so satisfying he shared it on the Internet and then the doodle war began some time ago we asked asked our readers to take part in this war and we are so glad we did snakes don't always have the best reputation and are certainly not the cutest but it turns out that all they needed were some expressive arms and hands see all snakes need to be cute. It's just a little jazz. They just need changes hands. Pour snakes born without jazz hands so so these pictures are hilarious. I mean there's a snake. That is this first. One is the snake is looks like like an old bynoe snake first of all but it it it's coiled and it looks like it's going to strike but then somebody gave it arms with finger guns and so now instead of being being the snake that is going to bite you and kill you. It is it's doing a little you know hey kind of thing and it's pretty fabulous abby lous but according to National Geographic if you want a little more information there are more than three thousand species of snakes on the planet three thousand species. Ooh they are found everywhere except Antarctica Iceland Ireland Iceland. Excuse me Antarctica Iceland Ireland Greenland Island and New Zealand about six hundred species are venomous and only about two hundred seven percent are able to kill or significantly wound a human actually. I didn't realize that there were so few in the venom aside when I think of snakes that leaves twenty four hundred non venomous species as of snakes that's pretty impressive non venomous snakes which rain from harmless Garter snakes to the not so harmless python yeah okay they can still squeezed queasy to death dispatch their victims by swallowing them alive or constricting them to death whether they killed by striking with them or squeezing nearly all snakes eat their food whole in sometimes astoundingly large portions. Thanks National Geographic. Actually that's that is interesting. Okay a snake on a towel but somebody drew arms on it so it looks like it is leaning on its leaning. It's Chin on hand looking kind of bored a snake. Thank says I need my morning coffee and when you draw arms and a cup of coffee the snake just looks completely disgruntled and like it's too early in the morning almost all snakes again according to National Geographic are covered in scales and as reptiles they're cold blooded and must regulate their body temperature externally scales serve several purposes they trap moisture in and in in arid climate sorry not and in arid arid climates and reduce friction as snake moves there have been several species of snakes discovered that are mostly scandalous but even those have scales on their bellies snakes also have forked tongues which they flick in different directions to smell their surroundings. That's how they know. When danger or food is nearby. Oh my my gosh this one is not only got arms on it but they did little sunglasses. It's a Cobra little sunglasses and a saxophone okay. He really should look at these because I'm not just going to keep describing them to you. They really are adorable. Who Knew Yeah you. I should definitely you should definitely go board panda and find snakes with arms because yeah. I think you'll thank me. It's it's pretty entertaining but moving ah on from snakes with arms because someday you have to move on from snakes with arms sadly we are going to talk about Sean Sean Bean Sean Bean is an actor if you aren't familiar with him and it turns out that Sean Bean Has Been Killed Twenty three times it not Sean Bean Himself Sean Bean's characters have been killed twenty three times his most maybe well known roles where he was killed he was boroughmuir and Lord of the Rings and he was killed in the first movie of the trilogy so he didn't even get to go you know he didn't even get to continue that quest well. I mean Gorham your dies in the first book to it wasn't just like it was shot because it was sean bean but he also played. Ned Stark in a game of thrones and people thought well. It's Sean Bean meanwhile. Maybe people didn't think because they seen Sean bean rolls before but ned stark dead so many people Castro Ted Though so Sean Bean Eighteen Twenty three twenty times his character has been killed and he said that he started to rethink how he he accepts roles. You know he doesn't want to continue to be killed because he says it's it's now. It's just predictable. People expect him to die and he made some comment about his character was supposed to die in a role and he was like really no and they said well. Can you just be severely wounded. There's even a campaign Hashtag something like Stop Killing Sean Bean Stop Killing Sean Bean and there's a picture of Sean Bean wearing a shirt with the HASHTAG which I think is appropriate so this is just an example apple to me of weirdness that shows up on the Internet but still makes me smile. I mean the thing with the Internet anymore. Is You get you know you noticed something. Sean bean gets killed a lot in his roles. Well that kind of stinks but then you realize other people have noticed it too because they have made memes they have made you know things pop up online and that makes me laugh so I lost my train of thought but it does does make me laugh. Don't Kill Stop Killing Sean Bean. I I agree I like him but also makes me think of the vicar of Dibley which is a BBC show. If you've ever seen it it is about a female Anglican priests in the fictional town of Dibley this it's been it was a while ago that it was on but it's one of my favorite favorite. BBC shows starring Dawn French and dawn French the picture changes in her in her home but she is she is the the vicar the priest in this village and above her desk in her home she has picture of Jesus and next to it a picture of Sean bean the sometimes it's other actors but for a while she had a picture of Sean Bean and she often talks to Jesus and these liberty picture simultaneously during the episodes and it always made me laugh so I have a soft spot in my heart for Sean Bean simply because of Vicar Vicar Dibley. We're sure but hey you gotta you gotTa. Find Your Fun. Where you can right okay we are going to take our second break of the podcast. When we come back we are going to talk about some viral cottage cheese which could go in many directions so you're. GonNa have to come back back after the break to find out what is viral about this cottage cheese so stay tuned you're listening to the GMC Weird News podcast and I'll be right back. 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This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease This is your ultimate staffer everything sports the Golden state media concepts or podcast podcast should I say more from the NFL MLB the NBA to MMA. It's all in here. Golden state media concepts sports podcast listen welcome back to the GMC weird news podcasts so cottage cheese. some people are fans. Some people are not we once had an intern at a place where I worked high school intern nicest sweetest kid but he it was just horrified by the thought of cottage cheese so one day when we were out to lunch he and another coworker ordered some cottage cheese just because neither of them had tried it so I commend them for trying it it's kind of. I don't know if it's an acquired taste or if it is just something that you either love or hate but this is a cottage cheese tub that has gone viral not viral well actually it might be viral for more than one reason because it could be filled with you okay so suspect. Tyrian virus but work with me here but it went viral online because it was left in an office fridge for seven years. That's a health hazard people uh-huh so this is the you know we when when you think about office refrigerators you tend to think about things that get left that don't that are in thereafter passed their expiration date you get the the snarky notes about don't steal my food then you get the people who steal the food the office refrigerator as a place of much drama drama but this story is from a Reddit user J. B. J. G. Bones also known as Julia from mm Philadelphia and she shared the office legend. That is a tub of pineapple cottage cheese okay. Does it have chunks of pineapple in it. I I would assume so I mean cottage cheese often served with fruit but I didn't realize that they made panapa cottage cheese. I don't get out much so this little tub of cheesy. Weirdness weirdness has survived in the Fridge for seven years. Now why okay anyway happy the anniversary to this little tub of pineapple cottage cheese. It has now survived seven years in our work fridge without being thrown out. I take a picture of it each year. Julia Julia wrote and there is in fact a picture of her with this each year so Julia said that her secret is that the cheese is indeed hers I. She says I bought it back. In twenty twelve opened it tasted it hated it and threw it in the fridge so apparently it's low fat and has weird fake pineapple in it. Okay it managed to get pushed to the back. I forgot about it. No one touched it and then sure enough. It managed to survive. I have a whole year with no one touching it. Then it became a joke no one wanted to throw it out. Have they open it. Recently other cheeses in a tub with the lid on the seal has been broken in but it's never the perpetrator of any weird odors we moved offices earlier this year and now we have more room to fridges no smells and where a happy family early besides everyone respects the cheese is has been there a long time. I admire their commitment but wow again. I'm just wondering mcadoo. Does there's no smells clearly. They aren't opening it. I'm thinking because it would definitely smell if you opened it. Julia is waiting the right time to open up the cheese or throw it away either when she leaves the job or hits ten years residents in the fridge or maybe I'll bestowed on another colleague colleague. She adds the laugh. I have opened it since I bought it so I wonder what it looks like inside. My boyfriend is incredibly against it staying in the fridge at home so it's got a bunch on just post it notes saying don't toss and everyone here in the office knows not to touch it and there's a close up of the cottage cheese container with the expiration expiration date which was September seventeenth twenty twelve wow non-fat pineapple cream cheese or cottage cheese interesting. The first comet makes me laugh. I'm depressed to think that a container of cottage cheese lasted longer at a company that I ever did. Oh sorry that is sad but also kind of funny. Finally we shall talk about the fact that today is talk like a pirate day every year. September nineteenth talk like a pirate day and I was never fully sure why Y it was September nineteenth but it turns out that this was created by to Oregon two men from Oregon Ghent to Oregonians and they created it because they were playing a game of racquetball. The of course doesn't that make sense so this is from Albany Oregon and the holiday which is known as talk like a pirate day was started during a game of racquetball between two friends the quote is we started taunting each other with pirate phrases like our that'd be a fine cannon aid and you slapped that one off the off off me missing mast. Maybe can't even say that we had so much fun doing this game with pirate words that we decided there ought to be a a day in every one day and every year where every ban woman and child is encouraged to talk like a pirate said Mark Mark Summers otherwise known as Captain Sloppy. It's and there's a picture of the two of them in there pirate gear looking very festive and entertaining so he he and his friend John Bauer old jumbo kit as he's otherwise known played the game on June sixth but new since it was d day that day was off limits so we settle on September nineteenth which was my ex wife's birthday. We weren't being mean. The date was just stuck in my head said Summers and it stuck for around. I mean for the first seven years. The holiday was observed by close friends. It was really simple. It was like about four or five friends all knew about it and we would call each other at work and talk pirate day and go and hang up and that was the extent of talk like a Pirate Day back then seventy seven years later they pitched the the idea to a columnist at the Miami Herald after his column was printed the holiday took off pretty soon mark and John or getting phone calls from all over Summers said we're getting interviews with media outlets from Australia to the BBC New Zealand Ireland Denmark South America. We were headed. We're hearing from everywhere from people who were just excited to be playing pirate. Never expecting it to become what it is today. Summer says he's happy to be part of of a somewhat cult holiday. We gave the pirate community a Christmas. This is their holiday. It's been kind of fun to be the Santa to a whole new celebration ration- that is awesome. I never thought I mean I. I always think about how the holidays get started because as I've said before for there are multiple holidays on every day of the year. If you ever go to one of those calendar sites and look at the holidays you will see that there are just a million holidays and so always kind of wonder how they get started and it's fun to know the back story of this of this this fun Pirate Day in conclusion. I will say that tomorrow is September twentieth because today is September nineteenth. Talk like a pirate day and it's the day we're supposed to we. I don't mean me. I'm not going but the day that people are supposed to be storming area fifty one one and you know that there will be reporting on what actually happened because there's there's going to be news stories. There's going to be stories who knows as if anything will actually happen but there will be stories regardless of people you know they'll they'll be there. They'll be looking out for people to Storm Area Fifty one. There will probably be food trucks or something. I don't even know I know they were. They were talking about doing a festival at one point. I'm not sure that that ever came about but hey as always I will. I will bring you that news next time on the next episode because we need we need to know what happened at. Area Fifty one on September twentieth so please join me for the next episode of the GMC Weird News podcast in the meantime have a wonderful weekend and stay weird word It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between can you in a life you want to live. CD medic targets your pain at its source. It's fast acting relief with active. 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The Lust Killer Pt. 2: Jerry Brudos

Serial Killers

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The Lust Killer Pt. 2: Jerry Brudos

"Due to the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder Necrophilia and assault but some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Saturday may tenth one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. It was a good day for fishing though. The Sky was gray and pregnant with forthcoming rain. Snow Melt from the mountains swelled. Oregon's longtime river with oxygen rich water. It was the perfect condition for fish right for the catch alone. Angler stood in the cold muddy water searching for a spot to drop his line as his gaze traveled down the river. His I caught something unusual. A shadow just beneath the surface something large bigger than fish too. Bright to be a log Iraq it bombed and twisted in the current as if caught along the riverbed curious. The fishermen laid his poll on the bank. He wanted a closer look but the current was too strong for him to safely weighed much deeper. He spotted a tree leaning out over the river. Just above the strange shape the carefully inched out onto the branch peering into the murky water. What he saw made him recoil with horror and disgust? It was a woman Pale as a ghost with fine hair. Fanning out into the current. Her skin was graying model than bloated. She had clearly been dead for quite some time. It looked like a corpse had been weighted to the river bottom with a piece of heavy machinery. The fishermen knew this was something more sinister at a slip and fall. But what he didn't know was that this woman's fate was part of something bigger. She was one of a number of known victims of a prolific serial murderer. Jerry Brutus and soon more bodies would surface in water ways across Oregon. Hi I'm Greg pulsing. This is serial killers a podcast original every Monday. We dive into the minds and madness of serial killers. Today we're continuing our look into the life of Jerry grew to us who murdered at least four women. North Western Oregon between nineteen sixty eight and nineteen sixty nine. I'm here with my co host Vanessa. Richardson Hi everyone. You can find episodes of serial killers and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to to stream serial killers for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar at park cast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do it. We love let us know Howard doing reach out on facebook and instagram. At podcast and twitter at park cast network last week covered the early. Life of Jerry Bruce. We explored why he developed a violent fetish for women's clothes and shoes. His initial run in with the law and his first kill this week will follow Bruce's evolution into a full fledged serial killer the notorious shoe fetish slayer of the Willamette valley to the outside observer. Twenty nine year old Jerry. Brutus was an ordinary family man. He lived in a client suburban town near Portland Oregon with his wife Darcy and two children. Brutus work doesn't operating engineer at a number of local radio stations. But beneath this unassuming exterior was a demonic mind. Grotto's harbored dark fantasies of capturing young women detaining them underground and eventually killing them after their murder he imagined using their corpses as life-sized dolls. He could dress an accessorize for his own pleasure. This fixation had been with Budo since he was a child when he started stealing women's shoes and undergarments from family friends and neighbors. His obsession later caused him to assault women after he attacked a neighbor. Bruce reportedly spent time in a psychiatric ward where he eventually learned to better control his impulses. He would still indulge them but he became skilled at hiding his dark proclivities even as they festered and grew then in January of Nineteen. Sixty eight brutalises. Twisted fantasies came to a head when he committed his first murder. He lured Linda's Lawson a young encyclopaedia saleswoman into the basement of his home and strangled her to death afterward. Brutus disposed of Linda's body Oregon's Willamette River but he did keep a trophy her severed foot which used to model his collection of stolen high heeled shoes. Then this is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg according to researchers from the University of Bologna of all objects associated with the Human Body. Shoes are by far the most fetish is I in fact. Sixty four percent of subjects reported a sexual preference to shoes. As compared to similar objects heels in particular are considered desirable. This is likely a result of the sexual connotations attached to high heeled shoes in popular culture. It's likely that Brutus did harbor a diagnosis shoe fetish. However psychiatry does not conflict fetishism with sexual violence in fact. Some scholars actively discouraged the diagnosis of fetishism as a disorder. Arguing that it unfairly stigmatizes private sexual preferences Jerry. Bruce however was an exception his fixation on women's clothing and shoes was likely an extension of his inherent desire to dominate his victims to take their most basic possessions their clothing and to control what they wore even in death. Just as he did with Linda Lawson when brutus tired of an acting as fetish on Linda's severed foot he tied to await and tossed it into the Willamette river but as the last memento of his kill sunk into the waters. Depths Bruce's dark urges resurfaced. Linda's Lawson's murder had only wet his appetite. Just a few months later in nineteen sixty eight. Bruno's found his next victim in Jan. Susan Whitney a twenty three year old student at the University of Oregon. Whitney was tall and slim a pretty Brunette with blue eyes. Her friends remembered her as a trusting person. Perhaps to a fault she was known to sometimes pick up hitchhikers along her long one hundred mile commute from her home in Mcminnville to the university and Tuesday. November twenty. Six was no different bat. Day Whitney had just finished visiting some friends and classmates and Eugene before heading north on the I five for Mcminnville but somewhere along that stretch of highway. The young woman vanished when Whitney failed to make it home. Her friends and family panicked. Their worries immediately culminated into one question. Who did she pick up just a few days later? Police searched her heart noting that male in papers had piled up on her doorstep. Whitney's car was later found abandoned and arrest stop parking lot just east of the I five. The Red and white rambler showed no signs of damage and was even locked on the inside. Police found no blood and no sign of struggle. A forensic analysis of the ramblers showed a minor mechanical issue. That might have kept the car from starting but aside from that irregularity authorities were stumped. It seemed as though Jan Whitney had gotten out of her car and vanished into thin air but soon police received a tip in the form of an anonymous letter. It was postmarked from Albany Oregon where the vehicle was recovered and sealed in a plane envelope inside. The letter was written in. Tidy print as though the author was trying to disguise their handwriting. They claim to have been at the rest stop or Whitney's car was abandoned and indicated that they witnessed her disappearance. Lieutenant Robert White of the state police turned to the public imploring the informant to come forward but no one did soon white realized that the information could have been discerned from newspaper reports at the time but still something about the letter peaked lieutenants interest. It's possible that Brutus wrote the letter himself. Certain perpetrators do tend to seek out notoriety by anonymously contacting others. A deeply felt need for admiration often will lead killers to reach out to the individuals who they believe truly recognize the genius in their handiwork. The detectives investigating their crimes though. It was never conclusively proven whether Brutus was in fact the letter writer he was certainly Jan. Whitney's killer brutus. Had stumbled upon Whitney stalled rambler while out for a drive on the I five. He pulled over to help but quickly so she wasn't alone. Two other men who bruce later described as hippies were also in the car. Brutus told police I gathered that she'd given them a ride and her car broke down and they didn't know how to fix it. Brutus offered to repair the car himself. He just needed to go home to fetch his tools. All three agreed to ride with him to save them. Once they arrived he met the two men off at the side of the road. Then he and Whitney drove to his house where he told her he'd grabbed the tools and return to fix the stalled rambler when they pulled up to. The House. Brutus told Whitney to wait in the car while he went to get the items he needed a few minutes later he came back saying his wife wasn't home and the house was locked. They would have to wait a few minutes for her to return. Brito slid into the back seat directly behind Whitney and made small talk. They even played a game. Whitney tried to explain brutus. How to tie a pair of shoes using only her words. No demonstration halfway through her explanation. Brito took a leather strap and looped it around. Whitney's neck from behind. He yanked her violently backward over the car seat. Throttling her to death. Brutus then dragged. Whitney's lifeless body in his basement workshop where he reportedly had sex with her corpse. This was a new deviation for Bruce he had previously experienced sexual arousal from assaulting raping and eventually killing live women he even exacted some pleasure from dressing up and posing their corpses but up to this point. He had not engage sexually with any of his victims. Post mortem NECROPHILIA is commonly understood to involve sexual relations with or attraction to corpses according to Katherine Ramsland professor of Forensic Psychology Malignant. Necrophilia can arise out of a craving for absolute control. A dead body cannot fight back. It cannot resist over. The course of Bruce's criminal life. We observe and intensifying need to exert power over his victims. When treating live women like dolls proved insufficiently satiated. He progressed to killing them. I he could exact. Total uncontested dominance. Over his victims once life had left their limbs. Once Bruce finished violating Whitney's body. He propped up dressed. Her in his collection of womenswear took photographs afterward. Brutus removed one of Whitney's breasts. He used the breast to form a plastic mould from which he hoped to cast a lead paperweight but he never could get the resin recipe. Quite right frustrated. He disposed of Whitney's corpse in his signature. Way anchoring it to a piece of heavy machinery and dropping it into a river long after she was killed. Police continue to investigate the disappearance of Jan Whitney to Lieutenant Robert White. The nature of her disappearance seemed to point to something much more sinister and then his worst fears were confirmed. Another girl went missing coming up. Jerry Brutus perfect his murderous impulses this episode is brought to you by the completely reimagined. Twenty twenty four escape not too long ago. Driving seemed a lot simpler. Streets were less congested. And there were fewer distractions on the road. Nowadays a million different things are constantly fighting for our attention. 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Now back to the story in the spring of nineteen sixty nine nineteen year old Karen spreaker had returned from school to spend a preterm vacation at her parents home in Salem Oregon but on March twenty seventh. She disappeared without a trace. Like Jan. Whitney Bruce's second known victim. Sprinkler was pretty and tall with dark hair. The Oregon State Freshman came from an affluent home. Her father was a prominent veterinarian and proclivity. For Science ran the family genes. Sprinkler intended to go to medical school. After completing her UNDERGRAD. She was last seen on route to the Meier and frank department store in Salem where she planned to meet her mother for lunch in the stores restaurant when she failed to arrive. Her parents launched their own amateur search. They checked local hospitals the university and called her friends all to no avail. Eventually the worried couple notified. Police officers eventually located Karen Sprinklers. Car Parked on the roof of the Meier and frank parking garage like with Jen Whitney. The vehicle was locked and showed no signs of damage puzzled. Police placed an announcement in Salem area newspapers. It included a photo of Karen spreaker alongside text reading. Have you seen this girl to high school? Students in Salem saw Karen's photo in the newspaper as they read that she'd been abducted from the Meier and Frank Garage. They were reminded of a strange encounter. They recently had their and informed police. The girls were returning to their vehicle after a shopping trip when they noticed a very tall woman lurking in the shadows she was dressed formally in heels and address and was anxiously tucking her girdle and nylons as the girls drove up. The Garages Exit Ramp. They got a closer look. The odd tall woman wasn't a woman at all but a large man dressed in ladies clothing. Sprinkler wasn't Bruce's intended victim earlier that morning. He was driving around downtown when he spotted a particularly alluring woman in the mini skirt and a pair of heels. Grotto's followed her job. The department store but unable to find her. He returned to the parking garage dejected. His plans were foiled but just as he was about to get into his own car. He saw Karen spreaker. Her outfit wasn't ideal. A dull green sweater with a matching skirt. And An unimpressive pair of shoes but she was pretty with dark hair which Bros liked. He had developed a taste for Brunettes. He scanned the garage. It was deserted. The opportunity was too perfect to pass up as sprinkler made her way through the dark arosh. Bruce began to follow walking a short distance behind her then as he reached for the door leading to an exit staircase. Ras placed a meaty hand on her shoulder. Surprised sprinklers spun around and came face to face with Bhutto's and what she believed to be gun. It was actually a toy pistol. But Brutus told sprinkler not to scream or he would hurt her. She was immediately compliant. She repeatedly reassured him that she would stay quiet if he didn't hurt her. Brutus like that delectable sense of power course to the remains he had sprinklers delicate life in his powerful hands and he relished it. He escorted spreaker his own vehicle and drove her to his house when they arrived. The house was empty. Joss Tau he liked it. Darcy Brutus had been spending more and more time outside the home with the kids after finding photos of her husband dressed in women's clothing. She dealt with his increasing eccentricities by minimizing their time together. Slipping away at any opportunity. She could find home alone. Brutus led spreaker into his basement workshop at gunpoint where he proceeded to rape her afterward. He forced should address up in his collection of women's garments and shoes and took pictures. Brutus was in his element. He had a human doll. The perfect plaything imprisoned in the subterranean torture chamber totally at his mercy. His fantasies had come to full fruition. When he had finished toying with spreaker he tied her hands behind her back and placed a rope around her neck he then attached to a hoist fix to the basement ceiling. He asked Springer if the rope was too tight. She said yes. He was glad he gave the rope. Three swift polls lifting Karen Springer from the ground she kicked and struggled her binds until the life left her body as with Jan. Whitney Brutus then violated her corpse. He did this repeatedly over the course of several hours even after Darcy and the children returned home hours later. He reportedly went upstairs for dinner before returning to the basement. Defile Springer's corpse. At least one more time he'd been removed both of her breasts that night as Darcy and the children slept brutus carried sprinklers body out of the basement and drove to a bridge spanning the long. Tom River between corvallis and Eugene. By the time he arrived it was after two a m. He tied a spare cylinder engine part just sprinklers. Corpse carried her to the edge of the bridge and dropped her into the swiftly moving water below by this point. Brutalises criminal signature was solidified. Criminologist Scott Bond defines the signature as a pattern of behavior. That's not necessarily required to commit a particular crime but one that serves the psychological or pathological needs of the criminal in serial killing signatures tend to remain the same across offenses. The emerged from an offender's core fantasies which are often developed long before their first kill by age. Thirty Bruce's signature rarely deviated from the same script. He kidnapped a young woman. Detained her in his basement raped her and then dressed and posed her photographs afterward. He would almost always kill her rape her corpse and manipulate the body. Like a doll. Finally he removed a flesh trophy and disposed of the remains in a local river but not every attempted kill. According to Bruce's plan one afternoon in April of nineteen sixty nine. Brutus was prowling the campus of Portland State University when he noticed a young woman. Twenty four year old Sharon would. She was leaving the history department where she worked as a secretary would had a lot on her mind that day. The mother of two was set to divorce her husband of seven years at the same time she was also battling a middle ear infection as well as adjusting to newly prescribed contact lenses her hearing that day was not at its best. Her vision was blurry. Enter thoughts were occupied. Little did brutal snow that he'd spotted would at her most vulnerable. Brutus the consummate Predator perhaps sensed her disorientation he followed would from a short distance plotting his move. It was broad daylight on a crowded college campus. After all he had to be smart as would walk to a staff. Parking structure tucked away in a corner of the university property. The crowds thinned. Students siphoned off into various buildings as afternoon. Lectures began. Doris slammed left and right voices died suddenly would was alone or associate thought would sense to Prick Ling on the back of her neck. She had a vague sense of being followed instinct told her to avoid the parking structures dark deserted stairway. Instead she took a sharp turn toward a well lit ground level entrance. She picked up speed while her gut churned with an unnamed nervous energy mere steps from the garage entrance. She felt a heavy tap on her shoulder. She turned her head to face the penetrating stare of Jerry. Brutus later she told an rule author of the Book Lust Killer. I could sense the evil and I knew I was going to die. Brutus stuck to a script brandishing his toy pistol. He instructed would not to scream or he'd shoot but would refuse to play Bruce's game at the top of her lungs. She screamed no would begin to back away but brutus lunged for her pulling the petite woman into a half Nelson and dragging her to the ground. Her head locked between his arms would kicked and screamed fighting for her life when Bruce put a hand over her mouth to muffle her she bit down as hard as she could drawing blood in a panic her jaw fastened even as Brutus yowled in pain. She would not release his hand. Brutus grabbed by the hair and then with his hands still caught between her teeth. He slammed her head against the concrete. He proceeded to beat the woman savage ferocity even as her skull was pummeled would clamped her. Jaw tightly down on Brucellosis hand as woods already blurred vision began to cloud. She saw car approach from the corner of her eye only then did her jaw muscles. Spasm releasing Bruce's bloodied hand from her teeth immediately. Brutus picked up the toy gun and fled. The scene would realize her attackers motive had changed. Mid Fight Brutus was no longer interested in abducting her. He was more concerned with freeing himself from the vice grip of her jaw soon. Police arrived on the scene. Not Realizing the connection between this assault and the women who've been reported missing months earlier Sharon would was bruised and battered but alive. She was one of Buddha's few failed abductions but if anything it was his failure to subdue Sharon that drove him to quickly find another victim to take her place the very next day a fifteen year old identified as Gloria. Jean Smith was walking along some railroad tracks near her home in Salem. When Brutus lunched from the shadows the girl was saved her own lightning fast reflexes as soon as she saw the hulking man she shrieked and ran for help escaping by the skin of her teeth. Now foiled twice Bruce's desire to kill came to a full boil on April twenty third twenty two year old. Linda sailly drove to the nearby Lloyd Center Mall to shop for her boyfriend's birthday gift petite pretty and driving a bright red Volkswagen bug. She immediately caught. Prudhoe says attention so as she parked her bug on the sixth floor of the mall's parking garage in walked inside to her shopping. Rudolph's waited inside the garage for her to return is typical hideout but this time. Bruno's had a brand new game and Linda sailly would play along coming up Jerry. Bruce claims his fourth victim. Now back to the story by nineteen. Sixty-nine Jerry Bruce had murdered three young women in Oregon's Willamette Valley Lawson Jen Whitney and Karen spreaker. But when his attempts to abduct his fourth victim failed twice he was determined to make his next murder. Count Soon Brutus. Found his next victim. Twenty two year old Linda sanely in the parking garage of a local mall and a saline went inside to shop for a gift for her boyfriend's birthday. Brutus waited for her to return later as she walked to her car. Her arms full of bags brutus approached her but this time he tried a slightly different tactic. Instead of his usual toy gun he brandished a phony security badge and told safely that he was taking her into custody on suspicion of shoplifting despite her assurances that she hadn't stolen anything and had the sales receipts to prove it brew dose insisted. She accompanied him to a Portland. Police station sightly went willingly and followed him to his car. According to Brut us she asked no questions even as they drove. Well beyond the Portland city limits and into Salem Authority can be a powerful influence in compelling submission in his famed experiments on obedience and Control Yale psychologist. Stanley milgram found that humans are likely to go to great lengths to appease authoritative figures. Even when a directive goes against an individual's better instincts or moral compass milgram discovered that most subjects are still likely to follow orders. Anyway in this case it comes as no surprise that Linda Sally would so readily trust a man putting himself forward as a civil authority even though he didn't drive in official vehicle and even when they drove well beyond Portland. City limits into Salem. Sailly didn't voice her doubts when Bhutto's pulled up to his suburban home and entered the garage sadly still said nothing for us is planned. Couldn't have been going more swimmingly until suddenly it wasn't darcy whom he had believed to be out with the children ambled onto the front porch as brutus walked out of the garage. He held up a hand to sailly still in the car. Warning her not to move or make a sound. Brutus later claimed that Darcy couldn't see Stanley so he simply ordered his wife back into the house but when Darcy complained that dinner was already ready. Rubio's relented. He assured Darcy that he'd be there momentarily then. He returned to the car and bound sailly with some rope. Brutus let's say Lee alone in the car while he ate during this time she reportedly did not try to escape and after Brutus finished supper Darcy left for the evening while their regular babysitter came over to watch the children. The sitter never bothered rebels when he locked himself in his workshop thus he was able to sneak sailly into the basement where he throttled her with the same leather strap. He used to kill Jen. Whitney it was at this point that sailly reportedly began to fight back. She was an athlete. A regular swimmer and though petite stature powerfully built but Bruce's brute strength eventually. Won Out and SAILLY ASPHYXIATED. Brutus proceeded to have sex with her corpse but he was enraged that the seemingly quiet and compliant young woman who decided to resist him. He wanted to punish her defiance. Brutus Hung Sally's body from a hoist. The basement ceiling and stripped off the rest of her clothes then he inserted to needles into each side of a ribcage. Finally the skilled electrician attached to electric leads to the needles. And plug them into an outlet. Bruce hope to see Sales Corp. convulse without electricity but to his disappointment the experiment only lightly. Singed her flesh. Brutus kept sales body for a day at a night to have sex with a little this time he didn't take a trophy. Reportedly did not like the shape of her breasts. When Brutus was finished he tied yet another engine part to Linda sales body and watched as it dropped sinking into the depths of the long Tom River but little did brutal snow that Soon Linda St. Lease Body would float two weeks after the murder of Linda. Sailly her body found its way to the river's surface where it was discovered by a fisherman floating in the long Tom River and just two days later Karen Sprinklers. Corpse was found fifty feet away. Her breasts cut out the cavities filled with Brown paper. Towels when Lieutenant Jim stovall heard news of the two bodies recovered from the longtime he in a deputy race to the scene there. He observed undeniable similarities between the two dead women. Both were weighed down with engine. Parts and both were around the same age and physique autopsies revealed yet another connection both spanker and sailly shared a cause of death traumatic asphyxiation taking into account these parallels as well as the missing women in the region stovall began to connect the dots. He suspected that Linda Lawson and John Whitney had suffered the same fate as brinker and sailly and something has got told him even more bodies were floating undiscovered in Oregon's waterways. Suddenly it dawned on stovall. He had a serial killer on his hands. Stove will an Oregon State police. Lieutenant Jean Darty agreed to co lead an investigation into these comings and began by overseeing the dredging of the longtime river but after several days the search was suspended. There were no more bodies to be found in that part of the valley so they continued elsewhere as the investigation waged on Jerry. Brutus followed the discovery of bodies through local newspapers. T- reveled in the fact that he'd baffled the authorities he felt totally in control. Now a feeling he'd been chasing his entire life writing the sensation. Bruce became bolder and in. May of nineteen sixty nine. He began phoning dorm rooms at Oregon. State University placing random calls to some of the female dormitories on campus. Bruce tried to solicit dates. He told the girls that answered that he was a Vietnam Vet Hoping the lie would impress them into accepting. It actually worked. Miraculously the awkward. Bruce was able to arrange several blind dates through this cold calling method but some were more suspicious than others. One Co. Ed contacted Lieutenant. Darty after she'd been on a date with Bhutto's she told him she met the self proclaimed war veteran in the lounge of her dormitory where they talked about her studies. She didn't recall the conversation to be particularly sparkling but one bazaar interaction haunted her. The young woman told Darty that at some point during the date brutus reached over and placed a hand on her shoulder. He began to massage it and quite strangely demanded that she pretend to be sad then. He reportedly told her to think of the two girls found in the long Tom River. He said that was an awful thing that happened to them. And if that weren't enough before saying goodbye. Brutus reportedly asked the woman why she had agreed to meet him. How did you know I would bring you back home and take you to the river and strangling investigators were shocked? Could this be the killer? They were looking for. Darty asked the student what the men looked like. And She described him for the lieutenant tall close to six feet heavy but not fat soft around middle with reddish blonde thinning hair. He was Pale and covered freckles. Darty took down the details and then urged the student to phone the police if she ever heard from him again. Ras freckles would be his downfall. When informed our tease conversation with the student at Oregon State Jim Stovall was reminded of something. The attempted abduction of Gloria. Jean Smith. After Bruce Tried to grab Smith from the train tracks the fifteen year. Old had immediately phoned. The Police Smith described her assailant as large nearly six feet and frankly suddenly after months without a lead. The police had a convincing profile. Police instructed Brutus would be college date to call them if the freckled man ever contact her again sure enough on May twenty fifth nineteen sixty nine. The young woman got a call back. She immediately recognized Bruce's halting hesitant voice and willed herself to stay calm. He asked her out that night for Cola and a little conversation. The student told Bruce she wasn't immediately available. She needed to wash your hair but she could meet him in the dormitory lounge in forty five minutes he agreed. She hung up the phone and immediately dial the police the Oregon state PD flew into action. Plain clothes officers position themselves in the Dorm Lounge and waited soon. A man matching the description arrived tall hulking. At least thirty years old Jerry. Brutus was unfazed when the officers approached him. Then what they began asking questions. He delivered his answers calmly. He lived in. Salem manages. Come by the university. After mowing a friends nearby lawn they were out of town and Brutus was just dropping in to check the college out. The police knew he was lying about his reason for being there but they had no legal basis to arrest him but now they had his name. Investigators dug up rudas history of institutionalization. They discovered he had a history of sexual violence toward women. As far back as adolescence as they continued to review Bruce's record they found more and more coincidences as police dove into public records. They found that Bhutto's either had lived or worked near the locations where the missing women were last seen during The Times. They had disappeared. The circumstantial evidence was enough to justify a visit to his home for some follow up questions while they're saying them police detective. Jerry Frazier got a glimpse inside Brutus as garage and spotted bit of rope. The knots were distinctive. It looked as though they might match ligature marks left on some of the victim's bodies still police lacked enough physical evidence to arrest brutus for the murders in an ideal world. They could tell him for a while and wait for him to slip up. But time was of the essence. Brutus new detectives were sniffing around. He could run at any moment on. May Twenty Eighth Nineteen sixty nine at a last ditch effort to find evidence that might point to the murders. Police search warrants on brewed houses. Two vehicles because brutus had the interior scrubbed. They were unable to pull substantial evidence but it was enough to spook him. Two days later on May thirtieth a team staking out the Rudolph's residents informed stolen. Darty that the entire family had left their home and were heading north on the I. Five freeway coincidentally earlier that day. The two tenants had secured an arrest warrant for Bruno says assault of Gloria. Jean Smith Stolen dougherty had to act fast. They couldn't lose brutus over the border into Washington state or even worse. Canada state troopers put out an A. P. B. on the Bruce's vehicle and later that evening. They located the family on the I. Five when police pulled the car over Darcy Brutus was behind the wheel. Her children seated in the back brew. Does at first blush was nowhere to be seen. But as DARTY's shined his flashlight into the rear of the car he saw large mass hidden beneath a blanket. He said to the cowering. Bruno's you're under arrest. Get Out of the car. When Brutus was booked into Salem County jail he was stripped guards. Were shocked to find under his ordinary work clothes. He was wearing a pair of sheer women's undergarments. Brutus exclaimed. He needed special underwear due to sensitive skin. Detectives were speechless. Stovall deployed a good cop approach as he interrogated Bruce Starting small getting him to talk about the type of women. He was attracted to and his interest in women's shoes from there. They progressed to conversations about Bruce's childhood and his first petty thefts lulled into a sense of security. The confessions came flooding out of Buddha's mouth seemingly out of nowhere. He confessed a hitting Linda Lawson over the head while she tried to sell him a set of encyclopedias and over the course of several hours brutus confessed to the murders of Jan Whitney Karen sprinkle and Linda Sally on June fourth nineteen sixty nine thirty year old brutus was arraigned for the murder of Karyn spreaker to which he pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity he was subsequently examined by a team of state psychiatrists they determined he possessed an above average. I Q and deemed him sane however they diagnosis Brito says an antisocial personality manifested by Fetishism transvestite ISM exhibitionism voyeurism and especially sadism just weeks. Later on June twenty-seventh Bruce was charged with the first degree. Murders of Jan Whitney Linda sanely and Karen Speaker and ultimately he was handed three consecutive life sentences. Prison Life for Bruce was not easy aside from being cut off from his family on the outside he was not popular on the inside. He was reportedly assaulted both physically and sexually by fellow inmates. Multiple Times between nineteen nine and nineteen seventy-one up until nineteen seventy seven. His attorneys fought hard to reverse his conviction in state appellate courts Bruce's final appeal was rejected on May twenty fifth. One Thousand Nine hundred seventy seven win. Sixty year old brutus was finally up for parole. He was denied due to the seriousness of his crimes. Seven years later on March twenty eighth two thousand six Jerry. Brutus died in prison from particularly aggressive case of liver cancer. He was sixty seven at the time of his death. He was the longest serving inmate in the Oregon Department of Corrections. Brutus is persona would live on in infamy as an analytical subject of FBI agent. Johnny Douglas largely credited as the father of criminal profiling and his story will forever serve as a cautionary tale of what can happen. When taboo meets violent fantasy? 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GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 179: Viral Cottage Cheese and Talking Like a Pirate

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

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GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 179: Viral Cottage Cheese and Talking Like a Pirate

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We are together again to talk about what is going on in the world of social media what is trending what is showing up on our news feeds all of that good stuff and our first story makes me feel all although I should have realized that that this was the case because it is the twenty-fifth anniversary of friends this fall and when I think about it I do realize has it has been twenty five years since it came out but it doesn't feel that long I remember starting to watch it but when I realized how old I was and where in the world I was when it started yeah. It has been twenty five years at any rate to celebrate liberate this twenty five year anniversary. There is a a Google doodle. I don't know if anybody talked about on your social media news today but it popped up on mind several times and this is about the Easter eggs that are pretty probably very well known to friends fans so if you are if you Google let's say friends Ross and then that comes up and there's a picture of a a couch next to it see quick on the couch and it changes the so it's straight in the angles up a little bit and and you hear pivot yes so you click it more than once and you'll and I keep saying pivot of course and pervert as he said if you clicked one too many times though you'll hear US say okay. I don't think it's going to pivot anymore more and I did not click it too many times so I did not know that that was a possibility if you do the Chandler search you get and it's so cute his armchair POPs up which isn't a coupon but then chicken duck come out and they just waddle all around the screen or back and forth across the screen. It's very adorable Rachel's I didn't think was that exciting. It was just a picture of her hair wasn't really interactive at took you to pictures of Jennifer Aniston with the Rachel which her hair became iconic for and so the other three you'll just have to go look because look for because they're cute if your friends fan than these will definitely make you smile because they are some of the some of the the the moments pivot many many memes have been made out of pivot which actually reminds signed me oh my gosh for fans who search for friends glossary. I did not know this part for friends. Glossary the search engines will pull definitions for unfluffy full Lange Flange hand twin and Mississippi Valley just in case you needed reminding and actually I had forgotten about a couple of those so I may have to go google friends glossary but also I learned something think rather interesting this week about memes and this again is where you're going to know that a Dork because I subscribe to the daily word from from Merriam Webster Webster Dictionary and they told me where the origin of the word meme came from and I've always wondered that frankly so since this is the social media podcast news podcast it seems logical that we should talk about memes and maybe you've wondered where that word came came from because it's kind of a dumb word I mean mean it doesn't make a lot of sense when we think of memes we usually think of you know pictures with captions or things that pop up on our social media fee feeds but the word museum isn't new it actually dates to evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins nineteen seventy six book the selfish gene and again this is from Merriam webster where it functioned with a meaning other than its current most common one that says kind of pop pop culture sort of thing in dachshunds conception of the term it is a unit of cultural transmission. The cultural equivalent of a gene and his book is quoted as saying we didn't we need a name for the new replicator announced conveys. The idea of a unit of cultural transmission or unit of imitation. Mini name comes from a suitable Greek route but I want a mono syllable. That sounds a bit like Jean. I hope my closest friends will forgive me. If I abbreviate rebate. Sorry not many me am I m e m mean to me it is if it is any consolation it should it could alternate alternatively be thought of as being related to memory or to the French word men it should be pronounced to rhyme with cream team so it's not Mimi it's me and then he goes on to describe what it is actually intended to refer to examples of memes teams are tunes ideas catchphrases clothes fashions ways of making pots or of building arches just as jeans propagate themselves in the gene pool by leaping from body to body via sperm or eggs so memes propagate themselves in the mean pool by leaping from brain to brain via a process which in the broad sense can be called hold imitation so there you go so memes in in that I mean that's the way they were originally originally thought it's definitely different. I am not sure when Mr Dawkins wrote that book he had any idea of how it was going to evolve over time but I don't know would he be pleased with the current iteration of names. I don't really know the answer but I I'm so happy to have finally discovered the origin of the word and to figure out what the heck and now I'm less annoyed with it because it used to just seem dumb now. I know there's an actual story behind it. This next story makes my heart happy and it kept popping up on my news feed my facebook newsfeed from several people one friend said to me directly and then others posted about it and that is that little people there are now Yellow Submarine Little People Beatles Yellow Submarine First of all. I know you'll see the marine it's bright. It's colorful. It's crazy so most but there are so many figurines with yellow submarine and I would be fine with little people that weren't yellow submarine and Beatles little people that weren't yellow submarine but a when you look at them on the shopping page Fisher price says get ready to rock and roll with a little help from your friends John Lennon Paul McCartney George Harrison and Ringo Starr with the special edition celebrity little people's figure pack each member of the iconic band. The Beatles is brought down to little people twice is and they are addressed of course in their classic yellow submarine outfits and they're adorable and I would like them so I need to. If you have somebody who loves me by little people or a I love me. I love me. I could buy them for myself. That would be fine although well it's it's showing doing walmart out of stock target out of Stock Amazon Not Available Day so I don't know where to tell you to buy. Oh no recall alert. Click here for more information. Oh the Beatles have been recalled now. I'm so sad never mind. It was something completely different. I was sucked in. It was like Click Bait only important click bait about recalls but it's not the little people they have not been recalled. Everyone calm down. It's fine okay. Here's my little I think these were horrible. I would like to set but little people are not what they look like. When I was a little people when they now ah feet when I was little they just little round was a round bottoms which is not exactly conveying the correct yet so the the bottom portion of the little person was just around circle? They didn't have legs or feet and then all of the little people accessories just had little round holes holes and so they popped right in chair at a camper and the truck had little holes the school bus had little holes you just pop them in. We even had a toilet for the camper of curse and so yeah. I don't mean to again once again. Be telling you how old I am. I am sad that that the little people of my of my childhood would no longer go with the little people of current childhood. Oh well we can all coexist together together right. All little people knew little people my sesame street little people from when I was a child could hang out with my Beatles little people from my adulthood. I think it works at any rate. We are going to take our first break of the podcast and when we come back we'll be talking about boot snake doodles among other things so stay tuned you're listening to the GE MC Social Media News podcast and I'll be right back. Hey sports fans. 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The health and wellness podcast dedicated workout trends healthy eating habits Diane everything about healthy living join us in our banters as we help you not just live life to the fullest the limited to the healthiest welcome back to our this story is an animal story but thankfully not like youth animal story as we often get in the world of social media and the Internet and all of those good things but they'll this is and it's about snakes and I know everybody is a fan of snakes but snakes actually are pretty fascinating creatures and well you know the latest in the latest thing that seems to be happening is that people are either using sharpies on regular pictures or they are using probably probably not sharpies on regular pictures but they are using photoshop or whatever to make look lecture. He's on regular pictures and So oh according to this article which is from Poured Panda sometime ago a wise person decided to doodle hands on a cute picture of snaky found the result was so satisfying he shared it on the Internet and then the doodle war began sometime time ago we asked our readers take part in this war and we are so glad we did snakes don't always have the best reputation and are certainly not the cutest but it turns out that all they needed were some expressive arms and hands see all snakes need to be cute as just a little jazz. They just need jazz hands. Pour snakes were born without jazz hands. so these pictures are hilarious. I mean there's a snake that is the first one is the snake is this guy looks like an albino snake. First of all it is coiled and it looks like it's going to strike but then somebody gave an arms with finger guns and so so now instead of being the snake is going to bite you and kill you. It is it's doing a little you know hey kinda thing and it's pretty fabulous but according to National Geographic if you want a little more information there are more than three thousand species of snakes on the planet three one thousand species who they are found everywhere except Antarctica Iceland and Ireland Iceland. Excuse me Antarctica Iceland Flint Ireland Greenland and New Zealand about six hundred species are venomous and only about two hundred seven percent are able to kill or significantly wound a human actually. I didn't realize that there were so few the venomous side when I think of snakes that leaves twenty four hundred non on venomous species of snakes that's pretty impressive non venomous snakes which ran from harmless garter snakes to the not so harmless python okay they can still squeeze you to death dispatch their victims by swallowing them alive constricting them to death whether they killed by striking with venom or squeezing nearly all snakes excrete their food whole in sometimes astoundingly large portions. Thanks National Geographic actually that's that is interesting. Okay a snake on towel but somebody drew arms on it so it looks like it is leaning on its leaning. It's Chin on its hand looking kind of bored a snake the snake and says I need my morning coffee and when you draw arms and a cup of coffee the snake just looks completely disgruntled and like it's too early in the morning wing almost all snakes again according to National Geographic are covered in scales and as reptiles they're cold blooded and must regulate their body temperature externally scales serve several purposes they trap moisture in and in an era of climate sorry or not and in arid climates and reduce friction as snake moves there have been several species of snakes discovered that are mostly scales but even those have scales on their bellies snakes also have forked tongues which they flick in different directions to smell their surroundings. That's how they know. When danger or food is nearby? Why Oh my gosh this one is not only got arms on it but they did little sunglasses? It's Cobra little sunglasses saxophone. Okay you really should look at these because I'm not just going to keep describing them to you but they really are adorable. Who Knew Yeah you should definitely you should definitely go to board panda and find snakes with arms because yeah? I think you'll thank me. It's it's pretty entertaining but moving on from snakes with arms because someday you have to move on from snakes with arms sadly we are going to talk about Sean Bean Sean Bean is an actor if you aren't familiar with him and it turns out that Sean Bean Has Been Killed Twenty three three times it not Sean Bean Himself Sean Bean's characters have been killed twenty three times his most maybe well known roles where when he was killed he was born near and Lord of the Rings and he was killed in the first movie of the trilogy so he didn't even get to you know he didn't even get to continue that quest well. I mean you know boroughmuir dies in the first book to it wasn't just like it was shot because it was sean bean but he also played Ned stark in game of thrones and people thought oddball. It's Sean beanie well. Maybe people didn't think because they'd seen Sean bean rolls before but ned stark dead so many people on campus drones are Ted Though so Hello Sean Bean Twenty three twenty three times his character has been killed and he said that he started to rethink how he he accepts roles you know he doesn't want to continue to be killed because he says it's it's now. It's just predictable. People expect him to die and he made some comment about his character was supposed to die in a role well and he was like really no and they said well. Can you just be severely wounded. There's even a campaign Hashtag something like stop killing Sean on being. I think that's what it is. Stop Killing Sean Bean and there's a picture of Sean Bean wearing a shirt with the HASHTAG which I think is appropriate so this is just an example to me of weirdness that shows up on the Internet but still makes me smile. I mean that's the thing with the Internet anymore. Is You get you noticed something. Sean bean gets killed a lot in his roles that kind of stinks but then than you realize other people have noticed it too because they have made memes they have made you know things pop up online and that makes me laugh so I lost my my train of thought but it does make me laugh. Don't Kill Stop Killing Sean Bean. I agree I like him but this also makes me think of the vicar of Dibley which is a BBC show so if you've ever seen it it is about a female Anglican priests in the fictional town of Dibley. It's been it was a while ago that it was on. It's one of my favorite. BBC shows starring Dawn French and dawn French the picture changes in her in her home but she is the she is the the vicar the priest in this village and above her desk in her home she has picture of Jesus and next to it a picture of Sean Bean sometimes it's other actors but for a while she had a picture of Sean Bean and she often talks to Jesus and these liberty picture simultaneously simultaneously during the episodes ended always made me laugh so I have a soft spot in my heart for Sean Bean simply because of vicar of Dibley we're sure but hey you gotta you gotTa Find Your Fun. Where you can right okay we are going to take our second break break of podcast? When we come back we are going to talk about some viral cottage cheese which could go in many directions so so you're gonNA have to come back after the break to find out what is viral about this cottage cheese so stay tuned listening to the GMC Social Media News podcast and I'll we'll be right back? 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Some people are not we once had an intern at a place where I worked highschool intern nicest sweetest kid but he was just horrified by the thought of cottage cheese so one day when we were out to lunch he and another coworker ordered some cottage cheese just because neither of them had tried it so I commend them for trying hit I don't know if it's an acquired taste or if it is just something that you either love or hate but this is a cottage edged cheese tub that has gone viral not viral well. Actually it might be viral for one reason because it could be filled with okay so this bacteria virus but work with me here here but it went viral online because it was left in an office fridge for seven years. That's a health hazard people so so this is the you know we when when you think about office refrigerators you tend to think about things that get left that don't that are in there after past their expiration date you get the the snarky notes about don't steal my food than you get the people who steal the food a the office refrigerator as a place of much drama but this story story is from a Reddit user J. B. J. G. Bones also known as Julia from Philadelphia and she shared. I heard the office legend that is a tub of pineapple cottage cheese okay. Does it have chunks of pineapple in it. I would assume so I mean cottage cheese is often served with fruit but I didn't realize that they made pineapple cottage cheese. I don't get out much so this little tub of cheesy weirdness as survived in the Fridge for seven years. Now why okay anyway happy anniversary to this little tub of pineapple oh cottage cheese it has now survived seven years in our work fridge without being thrown out. I take a picture of it each year. Julia wrote and there is in fact fact picture of her with this each year so Julia said that her secret is that the cheese is indeed hers. She says I bought it back. In twenty twelve opened it tasted it hated it and threw it in the fridge so apparently it's low fat and has weird faked pineapple apple in it. Okay it managed to get pushed to the back. I forgot about it. No one touched it and then sure enough it managed to survive a whole year with no one touching it then it became a joke. No one wanted to throw it out. Have they open it recently other cheeses and a tub with the lid on the seal has been broken but it's never the perpetrator of any weird odors we moved offices earlier this year and now we have more room to fridges no smells and were happy family. Besides everyone respects the the cheese. It has been there a long time. I admire their commitment. Wow again. I'm just wondering do does. There's no smells clear. They're opening it. I'm thinking because it would definitely smell if you opened it. Julia is waiting for the right time to open up the cheese as or throw it away either when she leaves the job or it hits ten years residents in the fridge or maybe bestowed on another colleague. She adds the laugh. I I haven't opened it since I bought it so I wonder what it looks like inside. My boyfriend is incredibly against it staying in the fridge at home so it's got a bunch of post it notes saying don't toss and everyone here in the office knows not to touch it and there's a close up of the cottage cheese container with the expiration date which was September number seventeenth twenty twelve wow non-fat pineapple cream cheese or cottage cheese interesting. Oh the I comment makes me laugh. I'm depressed to think that a container of cottage cheese lasted longer to company I ever did oh sorry that is sad but but also kind of funny finally we shall talk about the fact that today is talk like a pirate day every year September nineteenth talk like a pirate day and I was never fully sure why it was was September nineteenth but it turns out that this was created by to Oregon two men from Oregon to Oregonians and they created it because they were playing a game of racquetball. The of course does not make sense so this is from Albany Oregon and the holiday which is known as talk like a pirate day was started during a game of racquetball between two friends. the quote is we started taunting each other with pirate phrases like our that be a fine cannon aid and you slap that one off the off off me missing being massed. Maybe can't even say that we had so much fun doing this game with pirate words that we decided there ought to be a day in every one day and every year here where every band woman and child is encouraged to talk like a pirate said Mark Mark Summers otherwise known as Cap'n sloppy of course there's a picture of the two of them in there pirate gear looking very festive and entertaining so he and his friend John Bauer Org Chum Bucket as he's otherwise known played the game on June sixth but new since it was d day that day was off limits so we settle on September nineteenth which was my ex wife's birthday. We weren't being mean. The date was just stuck in my head summers and it stuck for around for the first seven even years the holiday was observed by close friends. It was really simple. It was like about four or five friends all knew about it and we would call each other at work and talk like Caparo Day and go and hang up and that was the extent of talk like a Pirate Day back then seventy seven years later they pitched the idea to a columnist at the Miami Cami Herald after his column was printed the holiday took off pretty soon mark John or getting phone calls from all over summer said we're getting interviews for with media outlets from Australia to the BBC New Zealand Ireland Denmark South America. We were headed. We're hearing from everywhere from people who were just excited to be playing pirate. Never expecting it to become what it is. Today summer says he's happy to be a part of a somewhat cult holiday. We gave the pirate community Christmas. This is their holiday. It's been kind of fun to be the Santa to a whole new celebration that is awesome. I have never thought I mean I. I always think about how the holidays get started because as I've said before there are multiple holidays as on every day of the year if you ever go to one of those calendar sites and look at the holidays you will see that there are just a million holidays and so I always kind of wonder how they get started and it's fun to know the back story of this of this this son Pirate Day in conclusion inclusion. I will say that tomorrow is September twentieth because today is September nineteenth. Talk like a day and it's the day we're supposed to we. I don't mean me. I'm not going but the day that people are supposed to be storming area fifty one. You know that there will be reporting on what actually happened because there's there's going to be news stories. There's going to be stories who knows if anything will actually happen but there will will be stories regardless of people you know they'll they'll be there. They'll be looking out for people to Storm Area Fifty one. There will probably be food trucks or something. I don't even know I know they were. They were talking about doing a festival at one point. I'm not sure that that ever came about but hey as always I will. I will bring bring you that news next time on the next episode because we need we need to know what happened at Area Fifty one on September twentieth so so please do do join me for Monday's episode of the GMC Social Media News podcast in the meantime have a wonderful weekend and like I said join me on Monday so we can find out what's trending. You've been listening to the golden state media concepts social media podcast part of the Golden state media concept's CBS podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at. 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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: Travel with Rick Steves (June 8, 2019)

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: Travel with Rick Steves (June 8, 2019)

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He's in the required premium gasoline with an octane rating of ninety one premium fuel is not used the forms with a grease when it comes to choosing vacation that kids will never forget Dylan theorists. Atlas obscure knows some truly bizarre destinations. All of these places aren't places. You would actually necessarily want to take a family vacation or even could go. He's written a new guide for the world's most adventurous kits d day expert Ellwood von cyber recommends what to see in Normandy to commemorate the events of June six nineteen forty four. If you want cemetery that any Christian of St. national cemetery at Ville, so mad about a mile beach. It's also a busy time of year in Lisbon, everything happens in June. We call it the month of the popular saints guides from Portugal, Kennedy's ready to enjoy their charming capital. They are doing lots of beautiful renovation the facades. We the tiles, the as lasers as we say, find out what's new in Lisbon. Explore the sites of the day, battles, and surprise the kids with the world's curiosities and today's travel with Rick steves. It's a trip that many Americans rate among the most moving of their lives will commemorate, the seventy fifth anniversary of d day with the advice of historian, Ellwood von cyberworld. He covers the sites. You can explore from the allied invasion of Nazi-occupied, France. That's in just a bit and guides from Lisbon update, us on what to see and maybe even what to skip this year. When you visit their lively city, the world, really does offer an endless parade of wonders for travelers hatless obscure started as an online collection of bizarre and obscure places and things around the globe. Then it became a best selling book to stimulate curiosity at an early age. They've now published the atmosphere. Skier explorer's guide for the world's most adventurous kit, it profiles, one hundred of the most extreme mysterious and weird. But true places across forty seven countries for a look at what they've found we're joined now by atmos- obscure co-founder Dylan thirst. Dylan's. Welcome. Thanks for having me here, Rick. So you use the word extreme in the beginning right off the bat. That's a trendy word, and it does resonate with people, what's an extreme site in here we use the word extreme because we wanted to sort of frame, what kind of book, this is all of these places aren't places. You would actually necessarily want to take a family vacation or even could go. So, for example, snake island on the coast of Sao Paulo, the only people who are allowed to go. There are the Brazilian navy and you have to get permission. If you actually want to visit. Dr don't you? That's right. You have to travel with the doctor who has the, the anti-venom with them just in case. So that's a take the kids. Yeah, exactly. It's a wonderful thing to know about not something we are necessarily advising you make a summer adventure around. So that's the extreme also opened the book with a, a beautiful sentiment. You're inspiring them to reach out. You say dear adventure, we're about to tell you, one of the greatest secrets to exploring are you ready here, it is? You are already somewhere amazing. So that's gives you a peek at the philosophy this book, doesn't it? That's exactly right. And, and one of the things I've been going round and giving presentations to groups of kids in cafeterias, and libraries, and one of the things I always try and get across at the end is I bring up wonders that are close to wherever we are. So it's important that it's not just about someplace off in Australia or Peru, that there's a place in rural New Jersey, that is just as incredible and has a wonderful story to be told. It's reminding them that it's about a frame of mind and less about, you know, putting miles around the world. Yeah, you say this book is your pest port to a world of hidden possibilities. I love the, the don't need to be rich. You don't have to have a passport. You don't have to have parents to take you to China. You can be wonder struck by the world just by going downtown. That's right. I had a good personal example, not too long ago, which is I grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota. And it turns out that a couple of miles from my home is a lab called or 'field labs that was home to a place that was nicknamed the world's quietest room and analytic chamber where you could sit inside. And I got to do this, slowly, you're able to start to hear the sounds of your body and it's really wild experience. It is a perfect example of lived there for fifteen years. And I had no idea that was there. I love that. And it also just inspires kids to think of science as part of exploring the world. Clearly, you could look through this book and not leave your living room and kind of venture into zones where you. Oh, you get excited about science or excited about history are excited about nature. You've got a chapter on the, the super collider and a ten thousand year clock in Texas and way above Norway, this fall, barred global seed vault, talk a little bit about those from a kid's point of view. I mean a couple of those and just to explain how the book works you travel all around the world. But the connections are the Matic. So you might start in Texas at this ten thousand year clock this clock that's being built and is made to run for ten thousand years. It's going to take once a year, and I think chime every one hundred and, and that's an example of long thinking of sort of thinking about the future and then fall barred. The seed volt in Norway is another kind of example of that similar idea where it's planning for a long, long time in the future to keep genetic diversity safe. And so we wanted to sort of show kids, not just wonders around the world, but some of the interconnections and ties between these things, so it really. Takes a young brain to news zones that they might not have thought about like the future. That's right. And it lets them kind of make exciting connections and hopefully opens up questions. So you tell them about the cashew Chaka in Peru. The last Incan bridge. That's woven out of grass and has been remade each year for hundreds of years, going back to the, the height of Incan empire. And then you connect that with the root bridges in India, which are grown out of the roots of to fight because Alaska trees and hopefully out of that kids come away, thinking these bridges are incredible. But I wonder what other kinds of of, you know, Arbor tech sure are there other buildings grown out of plants. Does this exist elsewhere in the world ideas, hopefully, this, you know, sort of sparks, many more questions and Qwest's Arbor, tech sure I love it, and just to be exposed to that a kid even at age exposed to that. You kind of go now when I'm exploring the world I can look for Arbor texture. We're talking about the wonderfully weird places and things kids like to explore right now on travel with Rick steves. Our guest, Dylan thrust, his cO Pounder that. Miss obscure end a co author of the new hatless obscure explorer's guide for the world's most adventurous kit. Their website is atmosphere dot com. And when I read through the book, it feels like a celebration of diversity, as, if you've got an agenda, not to be looking at the world from an ethnocentric point of view, which is a real challenge for a lot of Americans, especially in this day and age when I think we're more fearful, and we tend to be more ethnocentric was that accidental or am I picking up something that you actually have a political agenda here? You're certainly picking up the right tone. I don't know that it came in as exactly a political agenda. But I think the core of Alice obscure is about celebrating the diversity, and plurality of the world and reminding people that what they think of as normal is bizarre to other people in the world, and, and, you know, the things that we think are on our quite regular and mundane and other places. And so just to celebrate some of that diversity is where you derive joy in travel and experiencing the world that's definitely baked into it. But for me, it's almost a political because it goes, a little bit deeper than that it goes to like the human soul. Yeah. I was being a little silly to say political, but I'm just saying that it's unfortunate that being open to diversity has to be political in San sand. But what we're doing is letting kids know that our culture is not the center of everything. And that you could actually remind kids. Hey, the people on this planet, who sit on something when they go to the bathroom, or the oddballs, because most people don't need a toilet. There's these kind of Eureka's you get when you travel and you can gently we've them into this education that your book provides. You also start the book with a packing list. And you've got some interesting things included. I noticed a couple of things that I wondered are you thinking about something in specific. You have an Elta meter. Yeah. Well, we, we send kids these sort of explorers to very high, and very low low places. So we just figured it was good to keep that in mind. You know, if you're going to be taking a submarine down to the, the satellite graveyard off of New Zealand that, that would be an interesting place to use that and. Aware that you're going to venture high and low, and you should be prepared. Exactly. And, you know, the packing list is somewhere between practical and acknowledging that some of these places are, are slightly off of a standard traveler out of like a Geiger counter. I don't I hope I'm not gonna take my kids with a Geiger counter. But if you were going on offense, he trip, what would you need a Geiger counter for? Well, I'll tell you and when my kids are a little older, I would actually like to take this trip, even though people eyebrow shoot up, but to noble, we've run some trips as an organization to Toronto, but it's ironic because people think immediately of my gosh. Why would you want to go to this irradiated zone rent, there's that history, but it's over time become a lot of ways like nature preserved you do bring a Geiger counter just to be sure and to check, but there's more radioactive background in parts of Manhattan than, than there are in much of genome. So it's actually a very different and kind of a beautiful natural experience besides all of the fascinating disturbing kind of history of turnovers. So. Kids to think about something that they wouldn't think about otherwise. Absolutely. And you got goat treats one of the ten essentials. What are you gonna need? Golden treats for why don't you need go treats? Well, there's a few possibilities, but one, of course, is the, the tree climbing goats of Morocco and goats love to climb everywhere. But, you know, in parts of Morocco, you can see multiple goats hanging out in the trees, and we just thought it would be generous to bring them something good ties to you many times, I've wished I'd had a few go treats, but I didn't have your book. This is traveled for Steve's for talking with Dylan thrust. And the new book is atlas obscure up explorer guide for the world's most adventurous kid when handy feature in the book is, you've got latitude and longitude you can actually type it into your smartphone, and you it goes right to that spot on Google maps, and that's a fun springboard for learning to let the kids, delve more deeply into the places you featured in the book, and I think it just for us. This is a feature sort of across the website and the book for adults. Way of reminding people this is the world that we all share. These are not sort of fantastic made up places you live on this planet with all this wonder and incredible locations. There's this sort of grounding it in that Dylan. One thing I noticed about the book is, it's a little more honest, and thoughtful than some other older books in this genre. The Ripley's believe it or not kind of approach to the world. Yeah. It was it was important to us. There's sort of both when you're talking about strange and unusual things. There's a tendency to sort of have it be couched in this, isn't it weird, isn't it? So spooky isn't it? Whatever and kind of disrespect the subject matter. And the same thing happens with kids. So often times it really gets to be kind of almost patronizing to kids who actually at ages. Eight to twelve I think are quite capable of coming to their own conclusions about stuff. So we just sort of wanted to present these things in their Ernest wonderful amazement, and not tell kids how to feel about them. And I think that works, really well, I think kids understand they respond to. To what's interesting about these locations and the history and the science so Dylan in that regard tickets to China and talk about a couple of things that you thought would be inspiring for young travellers to know about sure in China, we talked about the fact that rice sticky rice was used as a part of the mortar for the great wall of China. And presumably, if you went looking for it, maybe you could sort of find you know, you can find archaeological evidence of this, and then we take, you know, kids to Mongolia, and talk to them about a library that is not a building. But in fact, comes on the back of a camel because kids, there are so rural and remote that the library has to come to them, and it's a great, we could have done a whole series of borough libraries in Mexico, and in South America. And just a reminder again that the way that kids live in people live all over the world is filled with delightful difference, and pluralism. And that is that itself is, is one. Of the wonders of the world. That's really the spirit of this book. It's the spirit of atlas obscure in general. I think Dylan Thurs. Thanks for sharing your atlas obscure approach to the world in a package designed for the world's most adventurous kid, thank you so much. You'll find links to our guests with the notes for each week show at Rick, steves dot com slash radio guide from Lisbon, tell us what's happening in their charming city and just a bit. But first, a top rated guide to the d day sites of Normandy, helps us commemorate the seventy fifth anniversary of the d day landings on June sixth. That's next on travel with Rick steves. The beaches of Normandy, hold the memories of thousands of soldiers and civilians, who fought and died during the day landings of American British and Canadian troops since nearly all of that generation have passed on we now have to rely on history, experts to relive the stories of the liberation of France. And how that led to the end of Nazi tyranny in Europe in World War, Two some years ago, I had the pleasure of touring the d day sites in northern France, with military historian, Ellwood von Siping, Elway moved to Saint Mary Igli to fulfill his lifelong dream of guiding others around the important, battlefield cemeteries, and memorials in enormous. Let's revisit an interview we had that first aired on travel with Rick steves ten years ago for the sixty fifth anniversary of the DD landing. Thanks for joining us think if I'm not supposed to be here. So why did you move to Normandy, I moved to nominate because I had a passionate interest in World War, Two for many, many years ever since I was a tiny boy, and at a certain stage in my life. I've realized that the moment was ready when I wanted to leave my work and I wanted to go and fulfill a lifelong passion by telling people about the history, we search for houses for a long time, we visited fund a lovely house in the most historic town of something lease. That was the first city that was liberated was the very first one to be liberated by the US, then the kickoff point really that is correct. Now do Canadians and Brits and Americans. All go to Normandy, with the same sort of interest. ES. They do. They must definitely to people from all over the world on, are coming to no money to look at what happened there on the sixth of June and the subsequent days, almost all of the world is interested in that part of the world. It's really quite incredible. Wherever I go people. Visit sometimes ask you where do you live new say? Something lease. And then they alright they all know this famous little town. I remember the beginning of saving private Ryan the movie there was a veteran going back to the Normandy, the cemetery there. Yes. And his grandchildren. I think just didn't get it. And they're all lighten happy, and he was really moved. Yes. How do you prepare people are, what advice do you have for people who are going to Normandy to, to properly get it? I always ask people what preparation I've done in the sense. Have they read any books and have they seen any films? And the majority of people have done that the books, of course, any amount of books, don't Monaco's the Stephen Ambrose arguably the most famous of American historians. Many, many people of read his lengthy books on tonight and that gives people a good of rule. Well rounded appreciation of data and its subsequent events. So have some background before you go there. Indeed. I shared it. I think it's very important and the obviously three films that is like. Then recommend people prior to that coming. And one is that aged wonderful film, the longest day made as long ago as nineteen sixty three from broadly, and it may be old. It may be ancient and daring, they shot in black and white, and it's time, but it is a very, very good portrayal of the events leading up to date. I then, of course, you've got saving private Ryan. Everybody knows that film, and that I think was a film that broke the mold in many respects of the portrayal of armed conflict. And then, of course, you've got down the brothers. I think they sort of pinnacle, if you will, of realism, and that features the build up to d day from the eb, one perspective, able and put a few is it possible to visit the day and make it worthwhile as day trip from Paris. Yes. It is. In fact, I would say fifty percent of the people that I take round they quite simply catch a train from Perez from the Gulf Salazar, and I picked him up in council, and we do a days to obey it. It's a it's a short compact. And I take them back. To count on station in time to catch the six trading. And this is in that favorites restaurant by nine o'clock Paris. Indeed, so many of us have such limited time. If you're going to be selective and have a powerful experience. What are the top two or three sites? He just got to see the sought you must say without any question. Dodgers, obviously, you got to see some Mary lease as you to run for the first time to be liberated, and then I would say, plunder hawk, and then I would say Maho beach, culminating, if you will in the, in the, to the American national cemetery that at kill Vilson, so punter hawk. That's where you get the craters and the German, he'll box is gunning stations and you get this dramatic bluff, feeling and imagine the climbing up that yes. And then Omaha beach, that's where you walk on the beach with the center of the invasion. Yes. And then just above that bluff, is that where we have the American cemetery thought is correct to Omaha beach? You're also saying that famous cemetery. We always see us indeed. And what museum do you think is the best one that captures the, the story of the Normandy, landings? That's a very hard question to answer. There are so many museums around that. And if you had just one museum to go to I think the Ebola museum that some parties itself is it probably will give you the most well rounded. Experience my favorite museum is the one in. Con-. C E N, the museum in cone, if you will is trying to remind people that peace is the objective that we should all be no striving towards, and I would not disagree with that under any circumstances. But it doesn't try it doesn't attempt because it's not a war, but indeed, it's a lesson finishes with Nobel peace prize thing. Yeah, indeed. I found it was a good look at war in the twentieth century and it celebrates the great Nobel peace laureates. Yes, is very moving, but you're right. If you want a real warm use Iem, you can find it at you say the airborne museum of the American race. That's right. And if you want one cemetery if you will cemetery without any criminal criminal, his theme national cemetery at co Phil Soma above a mob mortgage, and what about a German cemetery? John asymmetry is the place called comb. That is by far the most evocative of oldie. The German cemeteries. Yeah. I thought it was very active because it reminded me let German kits. This is late in the war. Wasn't it Hitler was like digging deep for people to fight? Yeah, indeed. So you got sixteen year olds. They're fighting the twenty two thousand of them are in the amazing. I'm with the Elwood van cyber old, and we're talking about would be day and Normandy landings in World War Two and let's talk with Michael in Cincinnati. Comment on the what a powerful experience, it is to visit at Omaha beach. You consider the blood and treasure that we left on it beach. It's such a beautiful place as meticulously cared for a really serene, peaceful kind of visit, and, you know, there's so much history there. I took my son in two thousand and five and we just really enjoy the experience. I always like to remind people by the way, that's when you look at the cemetery. Now, the cemetery not to it was a scene of fighting itself, it was a scene of German emplacements it was a situation where fighting actually took place as you. So rightly say the serenity the calm and the piece that exists today is truly moving and I go the every day in the summer, and I'm never cease to be moved by visiting this amazing situation. Michael, you're just reminding people that it's a powerful pilgrimage to recoil, their and remember. The heroics of that day, aren't you? Oh, not silly is, you know, you, you see saving private Ryan and Ken burns series. And you hear from the people who are actually there, and I just can't imagine the N a nineteen year old kid and guns firing on you. I just I just can't imagine what that would be like you see the viewpoint that the Germans had on his incoming ships and it really is, you know, moving experience. It's almost a shame for an American, I think, to miss that, when they go to false. Absolutely. All right. Michael, it sounds like he had a good time. Thanks for your call. All right. Thank you. The paratroops Landy landing all around me as I speak. They've come in from the sea, and suffering down red white and blue parachute sponsoring down just about the best thing that we've seen for a good many ours with the seventy fifth anniversary of the d day battle. We're glad to present you an interview we first aired on travel with Rick steves ten years ago with military historian, Ellwood von Seinfeld. Ellwood has been providing custom tours of d day sites for many years from his home base in Normandy. He includes information about the area and his team of guides at day battle tours dot com. Ellwood also hosted TV specials about d day called the American road victory and the Americans on DVD which you might find scheduled again on your local public TV station. When I first started traveling, there were veterans from World, War, One going verdone. Yes. No longer happens. Oh, I didn't think so. And I think that there's probably less interest in verdone, nothing. There was. Thirty years ago. That's a very interesting statement. And I very often questioned many of my American customers as to that knowledge about the American Volmer in we'll we'll want, and it's quite astounding of I would say about ninety nine percent of them. Have no idea that even participated in we'll tool, which is such a pity. When I think back the great general blackjack pushing off to his time as leader, the economic spent the rest of his life, trying to make sure that the American nation. Never forgot the American sacrificing will will one and I'm afraid that all of his work seems to have been virtually in vain, and you're hopeful about World War Two I'm hopeful about what will do very much. So because let's face it the first ball will was never recorded in film, in any way the same way that cigarette mobile has been recorded to the French remember our heroine in World War Two, yes, they do. There's no question about the French people, especially in the nominee area ever mindful of the American sacrifice in those area. And they are I would say without. Any Christian without they are always very grateful about the American sacrifice and the allied sacrifice in, in General Mattis say I was just at a beautiful mom-and-pop Chateau in burgundy, and the aristocratic family, the noble family lives, there, they pulled out their forty eight star American flag that they flew over there Chateau on d day when they realized they allies were coming to love them. Yes. Very touching thing yesterday, and I just believe, from the bottom of my heart that the French always will be thankful for. And remember what we did. Yes with the British and the Canadians and, and our allies, we mustn't figured the British, and Canadians, of course, subsequently. We have Mike on the line from Georgia, any comments for Ellwood. A very boring thing. I've been to Europe a couple of times, and I visited the cemetery in Luxembourg city. And it's just an awesome sight just knowing the amount of sacrifice the young men, so long ago, gave I haven't been to the d day area, yet is there any recommendations that you might have if I had to day length of time to take most advantage of it in that particular elva, where would somebody sleep as a home base in what would they do if they had two days to see the best of the Normandy sites. Right. If you want to days, seeing the best sides, I would recommend that you stay in the very attractive, small town of bayou. That is a good central base from which to take your excursions. If you will by you is roughly halfway down between the right and the left-hand flank. So if you talk about the right hand flank the right right-hand, the invasion with Margrethe's and the left hand. Flank is a place called waste room, which is way down to the British end of things. And by us roughly halfway between those two points. So you would strike out on day one into the American end and then strike out on day two and then do the British invasion beaches and that would be a place to base yourself in by you is a beautiful town, which has a another invasion history. It's got the famous bay. Oh, tapestry in days, because that was from where the Normans invaded England in one day we all know from the middle ages. Yes. Yes. Hey, mike. Thanks for your call. We have David on the line in Pennsylvania. Doing. Good. Do you have a comment or question for Ellwood? Opportunity to visit a number of different places throughout Europe. And I always make it a point to try to see many of the World War, Two historical sites. I have been to France, and to point, the hawk and Omaha beach, and the d day site, what I was really interested in finding out was with regard to the United Kingdom. Whether there are any of the airbases where the b seventeen flew from I had family members that were in a b seventeen crew and was wondering if there were any spots, still around of those airbases where you could see those. That's interesting question. Now, you'll have to understand that I'm not an expert on US is, is in the UK that all remains of US advice is nets sets. Remember that in Norfolk and Suffolk. There was literally hundreds of them, hundreds and hundreds of them. It would be a question in your case of finding out, which squadron you'll relative, actually with and that would be easy. Then find out the name of the airdrop or the name of the village, which the area would have been near and from that point, of course. Then it's simply a question getting out on the ground and going and having a little ground. Now, I do know that many of the old flight control towels all of these older drums on now listed property, and are being restored in some instances, by the local council authorities so that for you. You do have a good chance of preps. Finding out the remains of the German, which from children should be seventeens. That's outstanding. Do you know if there's any websites or anything where that type of information could be researched? Yes. Oh, I put a collected suggests would be imperial wool museum at Duxford now ducts, but it self, of course was a will to f- hield, and that is the imperial will museums F O's base, if you will from, which, actually, it'd be seventeen itself does fly regularly during the summer this hundreds of aircraft there. And that would be the place. I was suggest you go. First of all to start your research now. There's an Imperial War Museum actually in London. Also, that is was the best war museums in Europe date. It's awesome. Don't miss that. It's on the south Bank of the Thames. I believe, yes. Also, Dover has a great World War, Two museum is the pricing legal there to see the Roman lighthouse, and the it'll castle near realizes is wonderful battle, Brinton museum believe, and Eden camp outside of York is a prize winning museum and award winning museum, a former prison cares. I think what we got Herman prisoners, and it talks about the British war effort lotta great sites in England to work into your itinerary. When you're going back there, to learn about World War Two as I'm speaking with Elwood bonsai Bolton. He's an Englishman, who has now moved to Normandy to. To follow his passion, which is help visitors understand, and appreciate the sites and the memories and the lessons from the battle of Normandy. We have damaged the phone from Bellingham Washington. Hi, dan. Thanks for your call. Mike overnight. We have a kind of break chain college, and we got take about a two and a half months to Europe and just backpack around the US full of, like fun excitement. But we really wanna go to Auschwitz. And we're kind of wondering how to prepare ourselves for that. Is there a guided tour or should we just kind of walk around ourselves? I can probably handle Auschwitz and then we'll talk about how do you handle this heavy duty stuff, but Auschwitz I think of all the concentration camp experiences is the most powerful. And when you go there, there are audio guides there's a movie to watch, and which which is actually two camps. There's the original camping, and there's the huge camp nearby. Bucknell Birkin out. And you wanna make sure you see both of those as a side trip from krecko, the broader issue Ellwood. I'd like you to talk about for Dan, is you're going to Europe. It's just fun in the sun and it's late and happy. And all of a sudden you're going to go to horrid, or circle on a town that was murdered and burned left in rebel, because of a Nazis, getting even with the local people for killing one of their officers or. You're going to the Normandy beach landing sites. You're going to a concentration camp. Yes. How do people handle that? What advice do you have for the advice? I have people is that you read about the events that transpired in a place, which, you know, in advance is going to be emotionally difficult for you to get to grips with. And that is the best preparation. I can say and the other thing is that I always say to people that take a guide if you can on my first and only visit to us fits was, I went with a guide and that enable me to keep a hold on my motions because I switched. So it's almost impossible to talk about the feeling which you have when you first set sights on this most terrible of locations and I was afraid, I was literally afraid very apprehensive about how I would react to the situation and this guide was very helpful and kept me kept me going kept justly, me along kept things moving along. So I didn't have time to become overruled. I've found a local guide. And I spent a whole day is fits, and, and if the term, I don't think the would fascinating can be applied hit, but it, it led me through the day, and I came out with a much greater understanding of switz- as a place and voted represented and what happened there. But I found if I remember right to have found a local guide in Krakow, and we drove in this God's call, and it was an extremely informative day. And that's what I would suggest you go to Krakow. That is a member of Rodney Jewish center, then they will provide you with a with a top right guide who really know what that talking about new get exactly what happened and you'll come away. Much rich for that experience. May I say thank you very much for your call. Ben so L would I like that idea that you would be with a person who does this routinely to keep you grounded and so on and not get too heavy about it? On the other hand, it's a it's a life changing experience to see these inspirational sites. And I celebrate the opportunity to actually come away from my trip with an understanding of, of some of the tragedies in our recent history. And I also promise myself to remember my feelings, and my emotions and go home and think of myself as a more tuned in and appreciative, citizen of the planet that can really work hard to help us. Learn from history and not repeat, it the elderly that is the most important message of the day. I think that's remember where we've come from, and that will zeal saying goes give us an understanding of where we're going to exactly it's the best and most powerful souvenir of any visit to Normandy. I agree. I've been speaking with Elwood von cyberworld. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you very much, like, eight seven seven three three three seven four two five. Is our number as next, we get tips for best, enjoying the Portuguese capital of Lisbon. You can send us an Email at radio at Rick steves dot com. With a revitalized waterfront and renovated historic districts, Lisbon promises to be one of Europe's most appealing destinations this year. It's a city of around a half a million, where the Tejo river meets the Atlantic and comes packed with plenty of old world charm, and in interesting neighborhoods to explore we're joined now by guides Christina Duarte and cloudy accustomed to help you plan a trip to their beautiful city, Christina Klaudia. Welcome ruined the born dear. All right. He Christina and Klaudia I noticed that Lisbon is there's a lot of investment in the city. The waterfront is more people friendly than ever. It used to be an industrial wasteland. The wonderful avenue Libertad is like the shuns Elysee. It's got trees. It's got outdoor cafes. It's got new Kabul's. I love what's going on in Lisbon. What is your observation Klaudia about how Lisbon is transforming before our very eyes? I think it's very important while if I see that we the Eisele, a local that still leaves ING the SOLAS are tight. Maybe they say, oh, this is too much, and this and that. But in Lisbon it was important to do works not for the tourists but for the locals itself. Yeah, so yes, they are doing lots of beautiful renovation in the facades, we the tiles with the as lasers as we say, because the beautiful colored tile. Yes, yes, they steal even if when they are doing new buildings, they keep the tiles ING rates as laser. All right. And then they are doing lots of renovation, in old areas like Alfa mode idea now. It's in motivation, so they are taking action. This is an interesting thing as a Lisbon becomes more a fluent and takes care of its neighborhoods, nurses, gentrification. We also have the risk of becoming like the Rahm bless in Barcelona, where you lose all of your personality, and it becomes one. Big tourist shopping, Christina would is Lisbon concerned about in that regard. One has been is right now more likely than ever, because those areas that were residential areas, but they were pretty dark in the evening, and there was not much people around, because, you know, you leaving the place you don't go to the restaurants. I mean, you don't go to the restaurants every day, and you have your home you eat at home. So we these new population coming more tourists. So more. Cafes open more restaurants. So it's good. And the cities are more likely in the evening, you have people in the streets, and till very late, like midnight, one o'clock in the morning. Thing that in the past you, not see you were kind of scared of getting our right now. Clearly, yes. Right now is full of people on the streets in the evening. Now, that is the good part. I fell in. Love with Lisbon in the Optima. That was the old salty sailors quarter. But to be honest, now it's become less lively, and it feels like it's lost something. But there's a new neighborhood, which is kind of the new alpha can you describe Maria is exactly the other side? Our pharma is in the heel of the castle. So between the castle and the river exactly. Overlooking the river so it means that it was through all the centuries, always the noble part of the city because it was the harbor, and it was where everything happened. Now motor. The we are exactly on the back of that hill. So on the north face and literally were the Moore's live exactly would that be the workers are the more the outcasts immigrants on exactly. That would be the cheaper neighborhood, exactly a long long time ago long long time ago. Exactly. Because it was not that handy for the, the graver and debate, and the merchandises trade today. Just bursting with little restaurant little restaurants, because when it was no longer possible to live in the Alabama so gentrification started, and they had to move to somewhere and they still wanted to stay in town. So they went to the less expensive part of the city. So to the back of the hill to the Becca, the hill know Klaudia the Maurya is this characteristic long, forgotten now recognized colorful neighborhood. It's no coincidence. That, that's where Fahd though came from. Is that correct? Yes. The father music while I guess, by the name of it fat tumor. So it's a letting word that means the destiny, right destiny destiny. So yes, it started in those categories, those whose name was famous wasn't the most famous well. Was Molly who three Gish she the nine thousand nine hundred nine but nowadays, we have other very famous singers, such as Marita she's pretty famous and mortar. She's also, I was walking to the streets of moral RIA last year. And there is pictures on the walls of the great photo. Nelson have pictures on the walls of the population that those who leave their very interesting, the way Lisbon is doing this. This is travel with Rick steves. We're talking about Lisbon with our tour guide friends Audi pasta, and Christina Duarte are phone number's eight seven seven three three, three seven four to five and Heidi's calling in from San Diego. And Portugal for couple years as a child and have had the opportunity to return many times since both recently in twenty sixteen with my in laws and my four children, my husband and they loved it. They had been to Italy. They had been to Germany. Many parts in Portugal was just wonderful. In fact, when we came home, they told their relatives about it, and relatives who had usually visited France inside. It's also visit Portugal. What was it about it? That was so lively to them. It's, it's smaller. It's a different culture. You expect it to be Europe. So you kind of think stereotypical France or what, you know, Italy. But it's, it's different it's its own country. And I've seen a lot of changes over the years as I've visited as well. Which your guys alluded to when you were in Lisbon stumbled under any good pastries. Oh my men. Talk about pastry one other thing. I appreciate about Portugal, and that I love probably because I live, there is a child as well. But their food and their pastries are very different people think croissants, or Strudel's that's not what they do imports. Ago, they do amazing things with eggs and just all different kinds of pastries. And that was one of the joys of taking my family that hadn't been there, there was senior them to these foods. Remember? But still, the not the yes, push still. The not to that's the generic term for if you live anywhere in Portugal. But I, I sense, a little bit of Lisbon pride here Klaudia. Why did you say vista blame because everyone knows the Postel Bustos a pace through right of my with puff pastry. But still relying was the first but still Donata. Okay lie. Bellamy museum in Lisbon near the beautiful monastery there. And it was the monks that start doing the recipe for the cake as Bill B L E M corrects and there's a famous place there. They crank out of these messes, secret recipe. But I find all over Lisbon. There are little neighborhood bakeries that crank out this show. The of India. Contest. Lisbon makes a contest every year for the best of the year. One gets famous, and they say they have the best pastry, but I think it's the sort of interesting dynamic where it's the best pastry because they make a lot of them and they sell them hot out of the oven. Yes. And if you get the best pastry three hours later, it's not the best you want it still hot. And if you see a long line of local people waiting for their little, but you have a few Leo base for coffee shops in downtown area where you find the same very good push in the case, and they're also, you know, worm, and they are just wonderful. The Belay is often a line going out. So people assume that they want to get there. Still the Belay they go thin in the line. Well, you can go in and sit down, and there will be a server that can serve your for still to believe right there. You don't need to wait in that big long line. It's beautiful inside. Yes. Do you know what to do what you are local? Don't tell them the secrets. Sit down. You'll be served as sort of counter intuitive, you sit down. You be served faster than the people who wait in lines. Oh, and they got the powdered sugar in the cinnamon. Oh, it's so good. Heidi, you're making me wanna fly back to Lisbon. Thanks for your call. Guides to Lisbon are Christina, Duarte and cloudy accustomed as they help us get ready to enjoy their city, our number at travel with Rick steves, eight seven seven three three, three seven four to five Rachel's calling from San Jose, Rachel. Do you have a trip coming up to Lisbon do? So will be traveling with teenagers a thirteen year old and an almost sixteen year old and we're gonna spending about a month in Spain. And I have a trip to Lisbon plan for two nights. And I know that they're just going to be a little bit tired of seeing the cathedrals in the museum. So I'm I'm looking for something. That would be great for teenagers to do in teenagers in Lisbon, first of all, I have to go to bed for Portugal, thirty days in Spain. Today's in Lisbon, gotta revisit fair. Okay. But Bella, I'll leave that to you. Now, let's say you're a, you're a mom with two kids, two teenagers in Lisbon Christina. All right. I like the nation's park what is called the park business owners when we had the expo nine thousand nine hundred eight it is a brand new district of the city, you can visit the our ocean area and the best aquarium, as of beautiful aquarium. I mean, and even if they say, our aquarium is for children. Don't, don't you go because it's beautiful is managing and all that park is also magic, you can rent by central bicycles, and then going along the river, and you have some of course, shopping malls, and, you know, teenagers, they also like to look at our way, most great shopping mall. It's, it's, it's a wonderful architecture, these true, and, you know, architecture something just walked in Spanish or get. I'm talking nothing as. Mother of a fifteen year old and a twenty year old. And I know that it's not for the shopping, but they like to see what the other kids, are using these involved. Get off the in by the way, Rachel. This is part of the nations, and it is a big train station there, a metro station called oriented for the orient the orient metro station. Yes. And then is it Calatrava? That's designing this hub this trend theatrics. It's very beautiful. Looks like palm trees, or even though it is Spanish. It's very beautiful. Oh, of course. Another thing in downtown area that they like to do is that you have now this kind of scooters that they like or they have towards actually. They are sun. Tours reduce little tuk tuk. Yes. Or they asked him towards also with segues and the kids like to do it. But because the city is very, it's lots of Cobo stones, I would rather vise you to do the, the threat way to know the segue segue in Berlin district, because it's flat and smooth another thing that they will probably enjoy if it is good. Whether he's taking the train from Lisbon to cash KYW's, so see ASC I s is thirty five minutes along the river, NGO Shen you stop in cash price for the beach, and it's just lovely. And it's just a nice break from all those cathedrals that you saying that you are going to see now you do have Lisbon overrun. No. By these, if you've been traveling in India, that little Texas, there are three wheel tax. With a with a canopy over them. And they're kind of a noisy problem in Lisbon. But if I was a, a mom or dad with two kids, I would consider hiring one of these tuk-tuks, they're independent business people, and they pretend like they're tour guides. And you arrange for a price and it fits three people, quite easy. Three two. Because they actually apt to six zero. Right now. They are mostly and then you have a character who's your driver? And you have this fun, little unforgettable experience on a three wheel motorcycle, and you go through town, and it's a lotta fun. And if I can add, I think it's also fun to use one of than funicular cable cars. They will enjoy. It's all the time of San Francisco but speaks Portuguese and it's much. Have fun Rachel. Thanks for your call. Thank you so much. Probably faster and Christina Duarte are guides to this year's highlights in Lisbon Portugal on travel with Rick steves, our Email address is radio at Rick steves dot com. Christopher from Long Island New York has a question in an Email. He sent to us Christopher rights. I'm taking my husband to Portugal for his fiftieth birthday. What are some of the tourist spots that embody Lisbon that we shouldn't miss, and it needs to be LGBT friendly? So that's an interesting issue. We've got a gay couple here. They're going to Lisbon. I know there are certain places in Spain that are very, very popular and famous as you know, gay resorts in Lisbon is a gay couple of comfortable on the street. Yes, actually, there is not a specific place at I say, well, go to this place. I recommend this place over the other because actually lease it's gay friendly. We don't put it's not even a issue. Would I? It's not even as shoe is like every restaurant will be good. Every hotel will be good and any, any bar, beautiful bar, overlooking romantic overlooking places that I can give you a tip forty sore. Anniversary and adventure where would you go for a nice romantic dinner, nice romantic dinner? I like by while tone and invite. Geraldo, there is the independent that has a rooftop, that is beautiful, and you can have dinner over there and having a beautiful view over over the castle. There is also another called the roof, which is in overlooking Maria and overlooking the square and also rooftops because as we have lease is all done all the hills. Yeah. So the views are amazing for a bar if you just go for cocktail in the end of the evening or the sunset, that is the most beautiful sunset time of the light of lease when he's the sunset, there is a hotel in our farmer called memo of Obama, and go to the bar over there, because it's overlooking the river, you think that you, you are out of the world, because it's, it's very heated not everybody knows well. Now, everybody will know it, not necessarily romantic, but very beautiful dinner is I just it was my favorite discovery last year when I was in Lisbon is taking the ferry across from Lisbon to the fishing community directly across, and there's a right next to the ferry. Doctors a beautiful fish restaurant. What is the name of that town? Cassia. Yes, casinos cassia. And they have lots of little young is this restaurants of you just get off the ferry you turn right. And there it is. And it's got a view of the harbor. It's got of Lisbon and its asked fish, and it's filled with hungry locals. You know, there is another part of the city that usually, we don't mention what I think, is in my opinion. It's really nice. It's called L contra between the city centre in Belem who held come tar. L C. Elliott's secretary was saying elephant, former industrial area that's become trendy with lots and they have dogs. Also nice restaurants little restaurants. Good fish. Also. You have view for report. She gets word for ducks, Dhaka's dot cash. The OC ASO VS for the DOE cash, that would be this industrial. That's trendy now, there's so much to think about if we're going to Lisbon Gaels calling in from Albany, Oregon. Gale, thanks for your call. Yes, I got a different question. We're going to be staying for two weeks in Lisbon visiting fans have not staying with them and not having a car, and where would you suggest in, what's the state of little bit longer term rentals in inland? Airbnb is so popular these days. And if you're staying for a while, you'll save a lot of money by not staying in a hotel and staying an Airbnb. Yes, I will recommend that. Yeah. And then you're in a little community you feel like you're settling in, I don't bother with an Airbnb for one or two nights. Because I just like the hotel service. But if you're staying for couple of weeks, you wanna go shopping, and stock your pantry and feel like you live there. And you could choose a good neighborhood with Airbnb. I like Seattle. Assoc- H, I, AD L. She Addo area. I like it because it's very, very walking friendly to everywhere. We want to go and from that. She Addo everything that is around by router, Beka Santa Catarina, but you have a huge choice of. Apartments very nice apartments in that area. All right. Gale have fun. Weeks in Lisbon. That sounds great. This is traveled Steve's. We're talking Lisbon with two guides Christina, Duarte and cloudy accustom. So let's just finish. 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Drive-Thru Confessions + Bobby's Mailbag + Scuba Steve Can Scream!

The Bobby Bones Show

58:52 min | 1 d ago

Drive-Thru Confessions + Bobby's Mailbag + Scuba Steve Can Scream!

"Today we honor dr martin luther king junior and thank him for his accomplishments towards american civil rights. This is the bobby bones show studio. It really does help us. If you go over to our podcast and give us five stars we have a pretty good rating over there but some people actually give us one star reviews which isn't fun but i do look at the comments about once a year. I fold a few of them. Are you ready. Ready is some of the comments when people leave a one star review. Come in number one. I kept in the skip button in his thirty seconds. I wanted to get to the good part of the podcast. But i was disappointed. Never got any better. Yeah hey when that happens number two your show a so awful. That actually feel bad for you guys. Do you have to do this every day. Number three my friend recommended this podcast to me. I'm now reconsidering our friendship. Wow number four so you get up early. Congratulations your sleep patterns or detrimental to your health and then finally number five. I would like more interviews with artists and a whole lot. Less of amy's family and what bobby is doing. Also when will. Amy stopped trying to look like mayor. And morris okay. I i'm not trying sometimes. Yeah so those are one star review comments saying we really could use five star. Those if you don't mind go gives five star right in the last comment. Let's make all these goldway. Let's wash all these away. So i wanted to start to show off with the bank. Yeah but it's all in good head space there little positively. I was looking at the email because they do these nashville all staff emails and the email was sent out today. Regarding someone's dog mess hill quote. It's picture dog poop on the ground and you please come clean it up and please be a responsive pet. Keep your dog with you at all times while in the building. Please clean up after it. And it's a picture of dog poop. Oh my gosh. First of all don't do that. Don't let your dog out signed work. I be grateful village. You bring your dog to work. That's amazing yeah. Don't ruin it for everybody else. And that's what ruins it for. Everybody else yeah. Poop just left there for who knows how long when herbie used to work on the show. He poop in the floyd at work anymore. Oh yeah herbie's the example we use. He only did it one time. He never got right. Back remembering the dream of dr martin. Luther king junior. If the bobby bones show does your husband still wear those sleep blesses. Yes and he's getting more and more obnoxious with them so our mutual friend. Bobo tells him about these glasses. There's three good. Prep your body for sleep. And i get it. I wear those two. If i'm using my computer or watching. Tv at night. But i put him on like an hour before bed. Minor normal looking. My husband's are bright. Orange aviators like the lenses are orange and he started to wear them earlier earlier. He used to put him on eight pm seven pm and yesterday it was six thirty pm and then we needed to pick up something in the store for dinner and he ran the errand with his glasses. Came back into the house and he's wearing i'm driving around and he said yeah. It helps if the outdoor light too. I read and he said you can put them on three to four hours before bedtime doing and he looks so ridiculous i can take him seriously. I convinced him to take them off at dinner. Because i felt like it was rude was rude because as a family we were eating and distract my sister was there and i just felt as though his mind was already preparing for dinner when we should have been in family. Time mode bright. Sorry we were having dinner in. He was preparing for bed. And that seemed rude to me They're about no. I can't that she's about to say i'm about to lose them. Accidentally break them accidentally. But you can't you can't do. You can't say it on the state's gonna happen naturally now. I can't do that. That's obviously not a right thing to do. And i wouldn't advise our listeners to do something like that so i can't behave that way but i just really. It's getting obnoxious. You know. I was thinking just me thinking here now. You go through a grocery store and in the grocery store they'll be that you can put a dollar in the dollar can go to any charity whatsoever. Yes what if right now because you don't have to. It's not mandatory. You could do a dollar when going through and it would go to the person working the register kind of as a tip because they are on on the front lines their their frontlines. Yeah like what would be so wrong with that like reached like having a randles or interior grocery store here a kroger. The one dollar. Would you like to donate or tip. Your front lines cashier one dollar today. Since they're around everybody in the pipe. People come through there with kobe. We think about that is crazy because you don't have to crazy. Taxing lunch works They already get paid an extra couple of dollars an hour to work through this. They're getting hero. Pay the grocery store not all then you had to go and tip the guy that stocks the shelf by. It's on the computer right. You can't because all the computer writing as you put it when you pay your credit card but like hey you wanna help puppy and you pick yes or no do you want to. I mean i would. I would decline. I would say no. Thank you and it. Are you against it being against the knox as a former. Check her out. Are you worked. The frontline understand that. And it's like if you go through the drive through where you're gonna start. Should they give a tip to the frontline worker handing your meal because people coming through. The drive probably grown the same situation. I have no problem with being given an easy option to help somebody. Obviously i came up with the idea. But like your idea. But i mean you're already checking out at the grocery store so you'd want to pay because then i'm thinking well yes to us. We're like yes that makes sense. If you own a grocery store you might be like okay. How often the cashiers rotate. And then you have to make sure from the hours from four to eight that they were all the tips go directly to their paycheck. I mean there's probably some accounting things that are all working as you have a code you type in when you log onto the register. Maybe not as ours. The thought of do that. I'm just gonna leave that there. Okay i just thought it would be something cool the end. This has been the more you know. Except i don't know if he didn't learn anything they say that you're eventually going to enjoy the same food as your significant other the longer you're together the more closely your food is you'll start liking it sometimes. Just because it's around more you like well i'll i'll kind of cave in most people i know with us we do lunch and most dinners together not always breakfast because of how early we wake up here but being around someone we'll shift your taste now. I read the story and she talked about it on the show. She's never had a condiment. Never had mustered never had up hates it. When i eat mustard and i love mustard shimon. Kissed me anti brush my teeth. That's crazy and she has to. I brush my teeth she. She won't touch the bottle. She will make these rap. She's great cooks. Do all the stuff make america. but she won't touch the muster model. She so disgusted by it in. That will never change. And i'm always like could you just squirt it on there. We have math. Put a mask on scored on their. She will not do it though and she again short kiss my face of i've eaten mustard and have a brush my teeth and yet it's not like she had some bad experience where she aided and it made her sick like she's just never even tried condiments in her mom's the same way so crazy had a hot french fry with coal catch up it's amazing they don't she'll do a little barbecue sauce that's right barbecue sauce there only one but we'll has never take not even taste and i'm like what are the odds you do we play this game the odds and she won't even do what are the odds tastes ketchup or mustard. I don't like mayonnaise but eight a lot of mustard. What's your number one. Condiment number one by far. I love ketchup. Always have alec mustard not really. Do you like mustard. Not really i won't i don't eat now. I don't put mustard really on anything. I guess if. I'm making like a tuna salad or something. I'll use mayonnaise with a little bit of mustard. Oh i love me bull. I've actually in the last six months. I use them as way more than i ever have labeled it as like a food. I should never have so then now that i'm not trying to do that to myself. I'm like wow. I've been missing out. Mayonnaise is amazing. I don't eat peanut butter disgusting to me. I love peanut butter. And i don't like the smell of it. I don't like the taste of it. But i can be around it. But she won't even look at mustard but do you like peanuts right. Do you love peanuts. Hey peanut butter. It's not the texture thinks solid almond butter. Do we'll make these little rice cakes and then put on on top of them and then put the fruit on. It would try to have healthy snacks. You know i bought her. A greenhouse surprised her with it michigan byron greenhouse. But we went on vacation and we came back. I kinda surprised her with the greenhouse. And it's like six foot tall so it's a big when you can actually stand in it and so she'd been growing plants and vegetables we she just started and she's learning about it but i'm like all all this time and effort you're putting into growing these vegetables. Why don't we just go mile. We're going to the grocery store anyway. Because there's something super special about growing your what she says and be going going into the back and picking it. No mike pulled up greenhouses the prices. I didn't spend that much. They have greenhouses. There's one from wayfair. Five thousand eight hundred nineteen dollars a green but it was like a little house. I think it's nicer than like the first couple of houses i lived in a greenhouse is a is a building with glass walls and a glass roof. They're used to grow plants. It stays warm inside. Even during winter in the daytime sunlight shines greenhouse in warms the plants and air inside greenhouses one. Yeah anything your husband liked that you didn't like the now you like. It's probably more so that he now eats the way i look. I like your ways a little weird. Well almost vegan. No i've started. Well i guess that point. I eat stuff that he grills now and not really eat meat. So he's affected me that way but yeah he eats a lot more plants than he used to because he did not eat salads or he when we got married he made one dish and it was. He called it. The pasta tuna surprise offers a surprise. It's jalapenos oh i thought it was. The prize was doesn't make you sick or not toll. No but it was Spaghetti noodles a tuna and maybe mustard and then the jalapenos where the surprise part why can put the stake muster on any meat whatsoever. She's not gonna do mustard today. We dr martin luther king junior and thank him for his accomplishments towards american civil rights. This is the bobby bones. Show happy new year from beans. 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Best beans that's friends without the our best beans. Go check it out. It's time for the good news. Stranger risks his life to save a lost dog in traffic stop. Traffic in the middle of fdr drive in new york city to save a lost dog. The anonymous strangers being called a hero for risking his life to walk over and grab she but he knew shiba inu the name of the dog. The man is called a hero because the road was so busy. Cell phone video shows traffic at a standstill as the good samaritan kneels next to the dog on the road. The nypd sergeants reports that the dog a four year old shiba inu ever. That of must be expensive. Yeah has been safely reunited with. His owners is the man who saved him one. Give his name and the guy who saved it also meant. He's very afraid of dogs but did he just saw the dog out there. It was like it doesn't matter how. I i gotta go save this dog. Because he didn't want to buy car they're cute dog but he knew was the name of the dog hunting. When you first said it i was like. Oh that's interesting but yeah fox. It's a small to medium breed one of the six original natives to japan shiba inu. Anyway this scared dogs and got traffic and say the dog. And i think that deserves a shout. Any wanted to stay anonymous. That's what it's all about that. Tell me something good show own head. This story goes from sacramento california. A woman walked into a verizon store to get help with her iphone. Only problem is she wasn't wearing a mask and they said ma'am can you please put a mask on. She throws a fit and they said. Okay ma'am then. We're going to have to ask you to leave. So she drops her pants and urinate right there on the store. Oh man that's crazy first of all lots of crazy. It's a private place right. Regardless of how you feel about masks a private place says you have to wear a mask if we're mask sending about a shirt talking about pants but then to go next level impe and the floor. I've never been so angry. I want to use the bathroom on something. And when police responded they also found stolen goods from dick sporting goods in her car. Not surprised people make really bad. Decisions usually also make other really bad decisions. I'm watch your boneheads story today. A ninety nine year old california woman broke two guinness records when she piloted the plane and then gave a flight. Listen in the year two nine ninety nine to ninety nine years old. That's cute fun story on story that i ain't gonna get nothing. Here's a clip. She gave her final flight lesson for next gen flight academy and riverside municipal airport taking student brandon martini into the air qualifying her for the title as world's oldest flight instructor and the oldest active pilot love getting fever to experience. Some good. i love her. I what it'd be for me. I love her. Great good for god. Bless her ninety nine. You hit it right you. You'd see an ad. Jeff fly you call it up. It's one of those street signs. I'll law caller up. I would like back in orville lynn. Wilbur were putting it up. I thought i wanna to do that. I was with them on holes. Mom i don't about the mom but well crazy story. Good for her. Though love that love her she's still rocketed. Man that's great. You know the ban corn. Here's freak on a leash from cornerback. Did talk late nineties. Remember this known me either wasn't really either. Then but corn has recorded a hard rock cover of the devil went down to georgia and then yellow. Wolf is also rapper doing it. But you want to hear corns version of the devil. Went down to georgia dome. Shot your nose just so planning guitar. Solo part of the federal. I don't hate it for what. It is is cases entire dire food from his fingertips. Rawson misfold interesting. I don't think listed on my own now because it stresses me out. What does this sound. Just the aggression. I for some people get really into it and they wanna jam out but for me. I'm like i hear that. And i'm stressed it's weird. And if you just love the charlie daniels version. Maybe that's not for you but cool thing is maybe some people here this now go. That was a long went down to georgia. And they go. Listen to the charlie daniels stuff which may get them onto other older country music. I don't hate it. I give it a five point eight attend but yeah porn put. Devil went down to georgia. Remember scuba steve. our executive. I told us he used to do death singing. Or what was it called. Death metal death metal screaming out. How long do you have your voice. Can you give us some now. I can do and he's not to get as good as i was ten years ago. But i'll give you what i got. I'm not as good as i once was how we doing. This raise got an instrumental here. And i'll just scream over it of the best. I can do this age pro boy. I feel nervous. Because i'm gonna be embarrassed. I think you're gonna be more embarrassed. Because i know i'm way better than i am right now. It took me about a year and a half to condition my voice. So i can do high pitch. Well don't blow your voice i want. I'll just do the best. I can do at this point. Okay here. he's our executive producer. Scuba steve who used to be in a metal end. Yes heavy metal rock band. Yeah what were they called. We were called from the bamber. Doing is from ashes. We were called a misread fable af amiss red fable. Yes okay okay. Here we go here. Scuba steve given us fifteen twenty seconds of how used to seeing as a lead singer in a nervous to me to here. We go off job. Bit dogs of. You're like okay thank you. Wow a whole show enough. Blow your points out that right there i would. I would give myself. That was a three and a half. I was a solid eleven at a ten. What i would do is i would drink. Jack and coke have one before and one on stage and we used to win a lot of competitions like we were legit. We were really good about that man. I know what he said. But nowadays body is crap eddie. What what'd you think about. Scuba steve's metal voice love it. Man is good. Like i don't think people realize there's a certain talent that goes behind screaming for an hour and a half show guys. Good steve thank you all right. Thanks steve. i'm a little freaked out right now. I'm gonna go rhino scare. You guys can send us emails if you have. Questions hits the mailbox. Hey bobby my name is faith. I listen to the podcast podcasts. Everyday mama three. My oldest daughter just turned nine. The other day. I went to drop her laundry in a room could turn the doorknob because she had locked. It stared of the offer. A minute confused and then not saying hey. Open up the door. We talked stormy. She wants to be able to lock her bedroom door. Now i know my daughter has a right to privacy. But she's only nine. What could she be hiding because also fill that. I had the duty to be able to do whatever. I need to do to keep her safe. I just think of the worst and i'm conscious. That may sound a little paranoid. But his nine too young to be wanting to have their bedroom door locked. Want to see if you or amy have any advice. Signed faith amy. Your kids ages are nine and thirteen. You hear this email. What do you think. I i my kid. So lock their doors. So so shears thirteen. I think there's times i've gone up to room and it's been locked. But i think she locked it because of her brother not to keep me out and the minute i knocked. She's like oh. Hey and it's not a big deal and it's not a regular thing. She's not up in her room with it locked when she goes to sleep. It's not locked at all. So i haven't had to deal with that. What would you say to her. I mean nine nine year old doesn't need a locker door. I would agree. I don't have any kids. But i'll say that i think a nine year lucky to be able to shut their to a nice piece of private. You start earning privacy privacy's earned and if you bad than you lose it though if your kid i ain't nine the door gets to be shut. That's awesome. I think twelve. You probably start to get to lock the door a little bit. Who knows if you have siblings. Like i could see that wanting to keep your annoying brother sister out or whatever but if if it's a single berra no like a only child i don't know why they would ever need lock their doors. They could be listening to their music. They just think it's probably and i understand why anyone would want to lock the door. There's also a feeling of someone just can't get into my space without having permit like a tree house even a tree that lock them to send you. Want your own space. That people can't come in without. But i'm with you face. And so as amy nine is probably a little too young. A few more years to not deal with that lunchbox went around getting socially distanced reactions to this. And you ask people way i azam. Is it okay for a nine year old girl to lock her bedroom door. Who'd you talk to you. I i talked to a lady at the drive. Okay here we go wrong by. You can add your privacy but also be respectful of my house. Because i mean what's a nine year old high. They're locking the call the for locking leads and then the second club. A second clip is a starbucks. The drive drive throughs. Yeah all right go ahead. Oh my gosh. i don't know. I mean the reason. I don't want to have children. Because i don't want to make these decisions but i would say no. She's not. i'm sure. I've i've got some mixed us in the in the starbucks here. I've got some folks saying yes that they should allow their child the freedom to explore whatever they want to explore could you say no because they know because maybe they'll start a fire and burn on the house. Okay now let me talk to someone that says yes. I want to hear their thoughts. I think they should be able to a with supervision. So like how does i mean. Like make sure they obviously don't have any flavor with them or whatever and like checking on them once in a while but everybody deserves the rights of privacy and maybe they just need a longtime or maybe they're crazy or something else. Okay that's a good. You want anything to drink pulling your doing show starbucks like girls like listen family medicine. They're let her have it. You know no belongs horse. let go i mean. Everyone deserves the right to privacy. Thank you through email. You can always email us mortgage now back at bobby bones. Dot com was. Bobby mailbag remembering dream of dr martin. Luther king junior. This if the bobby bones show around the bend across the pond off the beaten path. There's a lot of ways to say you're going places but only one. Suv helps you get as a family. The newly redesigned hyundai santa fe. The s made forgetting out there and doing more together. So take the scenic route because the santa fe's equipped with available h. 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The guy that gets this has to go is as someone even messing with me but then he has to make that. Call the website even jokes or brags about being hypocr compliant to where you know everything's safe. We're not going to share any information. Because we can't she fell for it. Hit me in dot com. I mean guys is the first one to ever come through. I would think though there are some other. May maybe but i mean it's funny that someone set it up as a joke because you'd think that would turn into a hobby but people have to know you don't just hire a hitman from rent a hitman dot com. There's no way. That's i don't know i can get starbucks to my house. Vn app now just pushing. The guy brings it. How do i know you can't go to a website and get it to the five thousand dollars. Seems a little owed kill somebody. Yeah for sure then. He not much on tiger king where they offered. Though wasn't it. I guess someone hard on their luck. You could probably go to someone to be like. Hey man how much but you can never really say it. I think you can approach the actual words like do the deed. Billy do the deed you have to like coded. This guy wanted to buy a camper if his three thousand five hundred dollars so he went on ben mode pay the person he was buying the camera from cintas person so this one kid is out golfing with his dad. Is phones like any opened it up and he just got paid thirty five hundred dollars on video. He knew it wasn't for him and that it was a mistake so he message the guy back and said i don't think this is like oh yeah shoot. It's not for you. So he is like i'm gonna send you back all the money minus twenty bucks to buy myself case severe with the guy. Says he's a deal so it's kind of funny how he handled it because he did the right thing but then felt like he should reward himself. That's funny sometimes. On ben mall pay someone and go. You have no friends with this person and common and you've never met him before. Are you sure. I'm like i don't know man am i shore and i'm always like i want to pay the wrong person but a life changer for me and i don't it doesn't come top of mind as much as it should. I told you is trying to tip that guy last week. Convince them and at sonic to you can bend mome. Just ask for their video. Yeah i loved that. It's gaining popularity. But yes you need to like. Triple check who you're paying especially with someone you don't know so. According to a study of men and women thirty two percent of men say they have never done this around the house. And i want to hear from you what that is. It's too vague. That never done this I feel like you've done it for sure. And it's changed. Change the sheets. Oh i probably yeah. I mean when i was living alone my dog would sleep in. The bed was every other night. Yeah my dogs sleep in the bed anymore. This dog doesn't sleep in the because he snores too loud but yeah mine was weird circumstance. You're different than a lot of other guys but then there's another part of the study checkout to me because you say that my husband does this and it was over. Half of the men surveyed said that they purposefully do a chore wrong. So they don't get asked to do it. There's no way your husband can't full laundry. And now he served in the air force academy. I look outside at him. Mowing the yard and it's with such precision and there's lines and everything's perfect and then yeah he can't hold a t shirt. You guys had an old truck. He kept in my house for a few days when he went to colorado and i watched them come in free up the battery. All these wires going different places isn't nailed it but can't throw the towel i know. Now i know he's a half of these men that do stuff that on purpose so we're onto you guys. Now we're onto you guys. Yeah that was amy's pile of stores. It's time for the good news. So this guy. Robert smith was driving to work and he saw this apartment building on fire so he decided to pull in and see. If anybody was in there he broke a window. Sure enough there was a woman asleep inside so he went through the window and brought her to safety saved her life. She must been sleeping heart choir and she's calmed down. Yeah for good friend. He risked his own life to even is to go up and check out. What's going on. I don't know that everyone would have done that. I would've done that. I mean you could just call nine one one and has an apartment on fire. That i'm a hero for this guy there you go. That's what's all about. That was telling me something. Good to a voicemail here from belinda from albany oregon out side of portland. Who you go. Hi bobby. I don't know how long you guys have been on up here but for at least four or five months. I've been listening to you. The first time i listen to you guys and heard age positively. You're just giving kind soul. Eddie is funny. I'll get out. I love you all by. Thank you very much. Well let's take more of those calls. Low does thank you. Thanks for listening to us in portland to. We're still really new up there. So we appreciate that support in that encouragement. love it. All right amy now and get the morning corny up morning corny fire basketball players messy eaters wire basketball players messy eaters. They're always announced. Say it's funny. Say come on say. They're always dribbling drew Morning gorny one of the rare times any joke in the middle of it across the finish line i liked it and then when i started to really say it i thought i was already anticipating that. You're gonna like oh slain. Yeah the now purposes. The course their landlord voicemail from abbey in minnesota help from eighty. We are adopting our second baby. Boy i need best advice for transracial adoption podcasts. I need skincare haircare. Any kind of shaking gift. I'm going to be great learning curve but we are so excited. Thank you all you have to give your like better if she emailed me and i get emails and resources but yeah there's definitely books like here's the thing you could even just type into google and you can read reviews from other parents of books that you can get to have in your house not only for the trains racial. But you know if your child. I don't know how old they are if there's any trauma they've experienced and how you can handle some of that I there's just so many. I would recommend if you have anybody besides me like maybe close to you or in your circle or in your town or a friend of a friend that you could call. That could be a mentor to you. Have a mentor or do you have a mentor. I do yes a as in someone that's adopted or someone that's okay so i have a friend. My friend tracy who is adopted from haiti. She adopted two older kids. Boy and a girl. I feel like she's a few years ahead of me and everything so i'm able to call upon her when and i have another friend jamie. That also adopted from haiti. That lives in austin like i. Those are people. I can straight up caller text at any moment and be like this is what i'm experiencing. How can you help me. So what's your one line of advice to her. That would be it. I don't know if you have somebody in your circle that maybe even know somebody. Because i wasn't let me tell you i got connected through. I mean bobby mutual friend. You know our friend pete. He's the one that introduced me to tracy. he heard. I was adopting from haiti and he said you need to meet my friend and he gave me her number and then she immediately became my mentor through the process. So it could be something like that network ask around who can introduce you to someone that has maybe been in your shoes. And that's that's huge. Thank you very much abby. Thank you for the call on bobby bones. Show live performance. John party upset has a crack down trying to get paid ban outta then on a camp bound no shade just to moreover in good go show is tracked happen now full shave in show and a be outside your ass editor at boots. But i'm taking you up. Sand man and they gonna shine bans on neon mandated booze. We've gone off thing. Yeah girl cowboy. Because i think about myself today we honor dr martin luther king junior and thank him for his accomplishments towards american civil rights. This is the bobby bones. Show you're gonna love hellofresh right now. They have a new year sale. Here refresh on your dinner routine. Just cook them up the other night. It was fantastic and made some some chicken some broccoli. Some mashed potatoes. All of the ingredients were there for me delicious recipes. Fresh pre portioned ingredients sourced directly from the growers and delivered. Right to your door. If i can do it you can do it. I did a whole instagram story about. I may differ caitlyn and she was like wow. 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We go johnny's daddy was taken him fishing when he was eight years old. You're answering oregon. She's in love with the boy incorrect. Nettie don't take the girl tim mcgraw. Yes let's take the girl. Amy eight years. I'm sorry you've been eliminated. I'm very stressed with over your heads. Just all over the place okay. Here we go first line. He was working through college on my grandpa's farm. All right. i'm to come together in a few seconds all right lunch box coming over to you. He was working through college on. My grandpa's got strawberry wine. Correct amy correct eddie. Strawberry wine grandpa's small. Here we go creole. Williams lived down a dirt road. You know a three a little nugget here. Creole williams live down dirt road and we just amy. Just shoot me off and said don't do that. Yeah i had it okay. So what planning journal journal scholarship scholar. Okay i'll tell you that next time you're trying to play game. Play mini games games together. Bobby where are you going to work all right in the middle incorrect. What lunchbox all georgia. No oh creole. Williams did not live down a dirt road from the old georgia pine straw in the middle as the george by williams and not live in that town. Amy that's on the bottle dust on the bottle. Eddie come on lunchbox. that's your jam. Dust on the bottle dude down a dirt road made homemade georgia right lunchboxes out. We got to remaining. I saw the light. I've been baptized. I saw the light. I've been baptized and first line of what famous country song at un. I'm in bones. Guy what do you have. I have brand new men brooks and dunn amy brand new man by the. You're right i feel i gotta go a little hard. I'm gonna go level two now for you too because you both gonna nail these baby. What do you say we just get lost. Leave this one horse town like to rebels without a cause. Amy singing there. You have it. Yeah tipped her headphones out. So she wouldn't hear the game show music leaner head over and going visit except for. I don't really know that. I know the title. Yeah well that's the game don't have it. He's like. I got it. I just another title. The title is the answer. Seems like a really long title right now. Okay eddie are you in boy. I'm in but might dyslexia may have gotten me on this. Oh tough okay. Let's go to amy. I amy heads. Carolina tails california. Eddie what you have okay. That's what i have heads. Carolina tails california heads carolina tails. California is okay. We go name this first line. I remember it all very well looking back. It was the summer i turned eighteen. Me the answer in five seconds guys Okay three to one answer. Thunder also incorrect eddie. The she hadn't he rolled in thunder. Rolls all i could think of. Was she had a need to feel the city. I remember it all very well looking back. It was a summer. I turned eighteen f. Can you win this idiot. No mine's a guest. If i win it. It's it's a complete gas. But i'm gonna go with. Don't blink no off. Nancy garth's tito creepy on okay. Are we ready. This was going to be sudden death buzzing with your name when you know it you ready boys and girls ready. She's been going out with him. She's been going amy to love the boy incorrect. She's been going out with him. He's been going out with me. Oh my gosh. I think i gave him another chance. I'm gonna go with. Xs knows incorrect. Here's the song now truck out all right here. We go next one sudden-death yell your name. Looks like we made it. Look how far we've come my baby. You say your name. Eddie eddie say okay got gotta look back with me. Look how far. We've come a long way to get there someday. They said we all share. She made her stronger. I'm in now and you wanna scholarship. Well congratulations you ever told what the prize went on. A phone is jinnah in des moines. Hey jenna morning. Thanks for calling us here. What's happening. Eight and starting a brand new job. Say i am in a brand new city over the holidays. I moved and everything is very new to me. I'm wondering if you and the gang have any advice for nis four this brand new adventure that i'm going on. I leave for work in a couple of minutes and the nerds starting to kick in. So where'd you move from. I moved from fear falls to west des moines. Okay so it's not like you're moving from boston or los angeles moines right so right right. I'm still in iowa so with my with my fellow iowans but it's still very very new. I've changed a lot when i was growing up. I went to. I think four different schools so i had to change schools a lot. Be the new kid. And then i had to live. I think i've moved to completely new cities. Four times. I've found like eight. Solid moves in me So i know what it's like to be the new person. Here's my advice. Don it's very simple just takes time. That's it you'll figure it out just like you figured out ninety seven times before whether it's i ain't college day high school first day when you move to a new city it's kind of all the same that it feels uncomfortable and you get to know a couple of people. Then you'll get seven people in the before you know it you kind of have your own little support system and just Take a deep breath and and let it go and you only grow. If you're stretched. So i i think it's a good thing you know what you have any friends there. Yeah yeah i have. I moved with good friend. And i have my best friend high school here in des moines. So i have. I have a good community here with me. That are so good when i moved. I lived in arkansas and i moved from arkansas. I'd never been to austin like never went there. I got a bunch of trouble breaking into a radio station in arkansas. And so they were. That's crazy what you did. She move to austin and do nights there. I was doing the nighttime show there. So i just packed up. My crop moved. Austin didn't know a single person there. Remember driving in in my pontiac. Sunfire just packed to the gills. Everything a hat and didn't know anybody not in no my ball. I never met my boss at the time. Didn't have a single friend there. I moved in with somebody who i didn't know. How did you meet. Remain remain like connections through. Like i know somebody who knows somebody and they needed a roommate so i knew i didn't know anyone and it was really the best thing to happen to me because you have to develop a skill you have to re kind a home that i'm new to learn. I need to make new friends because if you move somewhere and you already have little tiny friend circle. Sometimes that'll keep you from growing your because you stay with them. I think it's exciting for you. I was. I was the most when i was put in uncomfortable situations. Jenna yeah i'm ready. I'm excited but the nerves are starting to kick in like brushing my teeth. And i'm like i'm going to call my friends over the body doesn't show we could be there for you. Good luck tell everybody we say hello. I love iowa so much. They've always been so so good to me so Appreciate you okay. I'm on the way out on. How much of a fram coming there. She has turned okay and she loved us. How you feel about the naming. I feel good. That's good advice time. And then i would. I would also say like joint. She has friends but is joining things. Like for me. It helped when i joined a gym. I found a church that i liked and got involved in the community. And i'm epic. That takes a minute. Takes time remembering the dream of dr martin luther king junior this if the bobby bones show january twenty burs. It's the biggest night of the year for podcast. Fan or twenty twenty one iheartradio. Podcast awards are really some of the best and brightest and smartest the most compelling minds in the country. Celebrate the podcasts. We've leaned on for laughs. Headlines stories to get our adrenalin pumping and voices to comfort us. Huge on thank you to my listeners. Because without them don't miss our twenty twenty one iheartradio podcast awards watch on iheartradio's youtube and facebook and listen on our iheartradio app january twenty first at nine pm. It's time for the good news. Old man gene is eighty one years old and he's driving down the highway in florida and all of a sudden he starts having a stroke and he starts swerving hitting the media and he's just going out of control. Another driver sees like some has to be going wrong polls in front of old gene and runs jeans car into the medium so it stops and causes no more accidents. Wow saves his life really well. You know that's a bold move at risky on all fronts. But and love it. You're talking about your risking your car. it takes you to look in that car and go. I need to do something and risk and drive your car and that's crazy. Wow good for the. Do you know the person who did they. Give them a out for being a hero. Jose clatter jose clatter saved old man. Gene that is that's cool. Wow i hope that i would do that. I don't know that i would. I don't know either. I hope i would do that. I don't know. I never liked to get myself too much credit. I am oh that oh. Managing shot album really. Jose clatter clatter. That's a big one. There you go. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something. Good painters or finishing up inside my house. And they're the nicest guys i've ever been around. They're always like hey good. And i walked out there today and he goes. Hey excuse me. Would you mind. If i just turn the music up ten percent. And i was like i m jama dow whatever you want but i just thought that was really nice. I'm gonna be like just ten percent and you wanna go fifty fifty. Yeah because they're having a painting there all day and they need entertainment. Don't we come by delta their masks on real quick. Yeah and i guess. Thoughtful the greatest. I should send over to you. Didn't he painted. Actually i do. I seriously do. I still having worked on at our house too. And i had to have some sinks disconnected and applause was. They're doing it and we were in the kitchen. And he was talking to me about his favorite music and how he loves Hick hop oh hip hop. So it's like hip hop but hit country country hip hop right and i just looked at him confused and of course i mean i can put together. I know what it is. But i didn't. He was asking. If i knew in ear what my favorite hit caught was and i didn't have any and i haven't alexa in my kitchen. And he and he just looked over and said hey alexa play big small he for you shocked that somebody raynham yelled at your alexa is i just. I don't know etiquette for alexa because it's still so new a lot of people but do you. You're not friends with somebody. Can you talk to their smart device using alexis like a kid like only talk to my kids. If i know you are you ask right. I don't know. I mean. I certainly wasn't mad at him or anything and i don't think he meant any harm. Someone yells at your alexa right. Yes it made me laugh. Because like i don't know you you're in my house we're talking yes and you're really nice but you're not you're not if you're my house and you said hey play this that'd be fine. I wouldn't even think twice about it. But i was laughing at like this is appropriate. I don't know that's funny. Who is your favorite hick. Though i don't know i i don't know cowboy. Troy is on call ford okay. Colt forward is low mosaics. No think he's hip hop okay. Old town road though This is tricky one. Oh mall but again big smile or whatever. His name is college jelly. Roll jelly on that one. Do you think about this guy yelling at her alexa lunchbox man. I would have to tell them you turn that off. That's my device at sorta lighters going in and getting something out of your fridge. It's a violation of your space. And i'd have to say something. Morgan weird or not weird. I think it's definitely weird. I would've said something to him ray. Close it out. Weird or not weird. He's working for you or whatever right. Can't they take take control some stuff in your house. I'll be like hey steve. Give me some water. Yeah i don't know. I really guys. He was so nice. I don't have a problem with it. I just thought that he should continue to do that with other people. Because if i was somebody that really cared you know it might get awkward. But i get. He was just trying to show me what. Hiccup was nothing malicious. Here right watch box. What did you do well. Usually when you have something to confess you go to confessional or you go to friends or family. But instead i went to the drive through a fast food restaurants and confessed things that have happened in my life to the people that are working. Yeah just people you know usually offsite. Can i take your order. And then i spill my drum on them. Do you go to confession. I should as a catholic man. I should be going to confession. But i don't get there that often. When's the last time you went to confession. Five fifteen years ago. Do your parents go to confession. My mom still. She goes to church. She's a twice a weaker. Does she get upset that you don't go. She does not like she drops hints and says you know if you go to church things will change if you will and i'm like yeah mom. It's just hard on sunday morning. I'm busy if you play these clips. She likes us. I don't think she'll mind she'll do you think it's funny. Okay yeah also. these aren't true. Confessions true confessions. These are made up scenarios in your magazine how they react to make it. Awkward with the people at the drive. Are here we go. Oh yeah. I just got my girlfriend's pregnant. I need your advice. How do i tell my wife. My god glance sounds like your little screwed in that position. I off you need decided. The baby mama is gonna let you in the child life. Because she in the child's life so what does she says. Yes you're going to be in the baby's life caroline roses insane. I'm sorry is there any change going to forgive me. Okay thank you very much for your vice so a couple of things come to mind here. First of all she does is like. Hey i help you like. I love that. She admits she was like. You're gonna give food. But she was not anything crazy. She laughed at it but she wasn't like what's happening right now. The second thing she said well you need to find out if she's going to keep you in the life of the baby anyway before you tell your wife. And if she's not. Don't worry about telling your wife. I've thought that to be a little dishonest. Honestly the best of ice they tell your wife anyway. If that's the case. I thought it was pretty solid. Like man no need to go through the drama. If there's no drama to be happy with the momma. But i think eventually in that situation will always be the dramas going to come back. Here's box back at it again pulling up and confessing in a drive through. I need some advisory quick. So i i lost my job like a month ago but i was embarrassed to tell my wife so i get up every morning and i go sit at the park. I mean i go to a friend's house and feel really guilty. And i don't know how to tell her can't attack again in my phone that i just want the opinions of a stranger that'll tell me honestly like how do i. And how do i tell my wife well have this. You don't tell you why. Go and find another job so you think it's okay. They'll just been lying for a month now. I'm failing i'm the job. And they want you high on the hell her other job but you found another one. That was shoghi. Managing off is like crazy. Another one tell the wife see. These people were all back even secrets. I like it all right there. We have it. Although i'm hillary clinton we're between seasons on my podcast you and me boat but this week we're dropping a special bonus as the sewed because let's face it. These are extraordinary times. I'm talking to speaker of the house. Nancy pelosi about the violent insurrection on january six. I'll also be talking about how we can move forward as a country. Listen to you and me. Both on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Amy mentioned this earlier that she had some corn morning. These atkins if you say it off as bad. We're going to bleep it radio. The belieber ready. You start with the one that i don't think will have to bleep. So we do this segment. If you've heard the show long enough. Amy does a quick joke at the top of the hour last hour. Now this hour last hour. And it's always wholesome and started as a joke but kids loved us so we just do it. It's quick with the number guns but some this is the corny after dark which we know. It's not after dark but after dark means when the kids are in school or away who cares. This is like the the specific imaging and now the morning corny after dr. what's the fastest way to determine. The sex of chromosome was the fastest way. Determine the sex of a chromosome genes warning corny. Get after dora guy. That was funny jeans little after dark. You're worried about this one. I'm worried about this one. All right here we go. And now the warning corny after dr. What did the elephants say to the naked. What did the elephants say to the naked man. How do you read you. That tiny thing good news after dark. You have another one. I'm two more okay. And now the morning corny after dr. What did the man say to the police officer. Who told him anything you say will be held against you. What do you say boobs. One more with israel named after dr waving already the beeper eddie ray okay. What bank receptionist say the clients before they left. What did these bank receptionist said of the clients before they left that morning corny after dr nbc's peacock streaming app. I haven't on my tv. You can also watch it on your phone your ipad right. Yeah computer whatever they have. I was looking through it. It has some clips older. Snl skits it also streams yellowstone. Time on it. I know that you have a little bit. But i'm going to get into it. I like it that it's free. You have to watch commercial. But i don't have to spend a bunch of money to check it out is other tiers. There's the free one and then there's one where you can get more access if you if you had to cut one. Would you cut netflix. Hulu amazon prime. Oh my gosh one's gotta go. I guess i in my household we have. That's where i watch it. I don't know i guess. I've cut amazon prime because hulu is my main source of tv. We don't have cable that. And then i'll go keep net flicks. Who never. i've been on hulu to watch handmaid's tale but now i can watch names on prime. Yeah that's true. So i'm gonna co hulu. I'm not going to amazon from my life. Though he buying stuff there you go. We'll see you guys tomorrow by everybody remembering the dream of dr martin. Luther king junior. This if the bobby bones show.

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Episode 35: Wet Hot American Summer... Camp Dad (w/ summer camp administrator Danny Silver)

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Episode 35: Wet Hot American Summer... Camp Dad (w/ summer camp administrator Danny Silver)

"Hey. You got him with this one. is so so. Let's take him bed. Come on. Hey Back in block. In the summertime when the sidewalk. So, That the heat from the street almost MELTSA flip flops. Shows and leave will hosing your socks. A city slickers. There was no water response. PORNA- Mr Warren. Off The KNOB on southbound. We was on the side. Welcome on my data's future, fathers, potential parents and everyone else tune in, and this is dad hard with a podcast as always i. am your host Moe Green? How are we happy quarantined? Though I guess it's not really happy quarantine. Given everything that's been going on over this past week over this past weekend. I am not going to get into any of that this week. I WANNA Kinda, keep it on a little bit more of a positive and happy vibe However next week my guest that I have on, we will be talking about how all of this these happenings of the past week with the protests and and everything like that affects us as parents, but for this week we're not going to get into that and we'll. We'll save that for for next week's. This week's episode is episode thirty five. That the Kevin Durant episode and I got a special WBUR very special guests. It's like kind of perfect for the K. D. episode over here, but we'll get into that as we get into the guest segment as always to connect on a fatherhood motherhood, shoot an email. Dad Harkat at Gmail Dot com follow us on Instagram at data pot, facebook dot com slash dad hard pot. Pot and website we dat heart dot, com with this episode will blame. Be Right up at the top. You will also be able to listen to every episode including one directly on the website, and then connect to whatever podcast platform you prefer whether it's I tunes whether it's spotify. Google podcast doesn't matter. You have links all the way there if you prefer to go that route. That's all good just when you do that. Make sure you give me. A five star rated aunt troubled. Review Man. Let me let me know. Let us know how we're how we're doing how you like the episodes how you like data with podcast in general now that that is out of the way like I said I will not get into the the protests and the events of this past week this week. We'll save that for next week. This, week? We're still talking warranty. Man I'm because data's been. There's been life for the last almost eighty days or some shit like that. And I get into that a little bit more of how that affects appearance how it's going to affect our summers. With my guest Danny silver on side of the music break, but it is also I think started to affect my daughter a little bit. I think she is starting to get some some cabin fever, because the way that she is just trying to entertain herself now. She's really dig into the bag. You Know Mommy and daddy been digging into the bag for the last. Eighty days to try to keep her entertained now. She kind of realizes all right guys. You run your course. I gotTa do this. Shit Myself And she is just been figuring out all these ways. Just make herself laugh in addition to making us laugh like now neither of US entertaining her. She's like figure out ways how to entertain us. You know what I mean so like things that we've been doing. Like throughout her almost entire life know she's now finding new ways to make those fun for us, which is awesome? A perfect example of that is all you parents out there young parents. Parents, not even dunk parents, but young parents you. If you don't know you're gonNA know after this and you better start getting your Pete. The cat game on especially on YouTube. Oh man that is that's. Phenomenal phenomenal phenomenal thing to help especially during this quarantine, but we've always read her cat books and we have always. Sat with her watch, Pete, the cat book videos She does a music class every week and the guy that does the music classmates assignment shot OPTIMA Simon. He reads Pete The cat books at the end of every music class got a pizza cap sticker on his guitar, but that's beside the point we do, Pete. The cat books with her and. Like there is There's always some trouble that he gets in where you think is days going to be ruined, and they always say but tippy CRA goodness, no, and now she starts waving her finger back and forth like lewdness now and now of course Mommy Daddy have to try to run into the ground and every time. We can't think of anything else to say with our. We just wave our fingers, saying goodness. No, and then she doesn't to. Now. She's created this whole little dance behind it where she'll be highchair to in the goodness, no, and Bob her head back and forth, and then laughing hysterically The girl is out of her mind she's. but she's just now kinda taking up all of these different things and kind of running with them to entertain herself, but entertain us. She's like a now a cool. Hang you. She's like you. WanNa. Hang out or now it's not really like taking care of her anymore. I that's a lie. It's definitely taking care of her, but you know it's. It's hanging out. We can just like hang out. We can watch for him the ELMO late show on Hbo Max, which another parents. If you don't get Hbo Max, You are slipping on your Elmo game I tell you the fifteen minute episodes of elmo in a suit running late night show, it is fantastic. My daughter loves it. And it's awesome, but you just like. Sit there and watch an episode of sesame. Street, or Watcher Pete, the cat, video or Watson, Baby Einstein some I and she's like down a hang out. She's not complaining. She's not why he's not squirming to wants to hang and she's reacting to these videos. She's reacting to these different things. She's reacting to just things in general whether it's books or or videos, or you know your actions. Actions and that is really cool to see. She's reacting. She's learning how to to to react and how to make things kind of fun for herself and in turn. That makes it fun for us. You know what I mean. I don't know that's what's really going on, but that's how it seems so that's my story and I'm sticking to it and parents just follow that you'll be A. Okay. You know what I mean. It'd be all good hunting and everything like that, but. That's what she's doing now. She's turned into a really fucking. Cool Hang, and that is just kind of awesome to see because when they're starting their life. They're just a big ball of nothing. Miss that you have to do everything for now. She can still can't really do things for herself, but. She can at least like be cool to spend time with and like she her personality continues to grow continues to come out as we're in week. What forty three of of her life? You know what I mean? She's really starting to come into this personality and wanting to do things that she finds fun. And in turn, we think it's Hilarious, so it's entertaining us, so that's that's been pretty awesome to see over this last week. And over the last month in general, you know what I mean and. And I guess not even over the last month over these last eighty. Some odd quarantine days She's really starting to Kinda. Come into her own. Now she is, she's now up fully crawling fully mobile fully wanting to just run and go everywhere on that kind of physical development side man. She is now starting to come into what are called that worst nightmare phase for a baby where she just wants to open everything she wants to open every door. She wants to open every closet. She wants to now now. She's the strength to do it yet. Thank God. She can't obviously turn the hand I'm talking about. If the door's cracked open a little bit, she wants to open it. But like she wants to also try to get into every drawer. Thank God. She doesn't have the strength to do that like I. was saying interrupting myself usually them the string to. That stuff, but it's cracked open. She can get her hand in their. pull it open the. petrifying thing is that what she now wants to do is explore the hinges of every door so like it's now what she'll do is she'll be touching the hinge of the door, but also be trying to close or open it at the same time, and then I yell at her and tell her that you can't do that. And then she starts crying, and then my wife yells at me for making a cry and that's never fun thing, but you know whatever we gotta deal with it right. But that's my kind of petrifying. petrifying realization that I'm coming to is that it's really cool to watch her. When like Mommy's in the bedroom and I am in the living room and she's done playing with me and reading her book. She's like we'll go see where Mommy's doing. She can Kinda just crawl in grabbed the door. Open it up and it's still like she's like. It's almost like she's trying to be a secret spy like we don't know what she's doing because she does it like super slow and like looking in deceive every anybody's like looking in her and seeing what she's doing on the other side of that door, and it's just it's all just it's all just real fun, but the but the opening of things starting to get me a little petrified. And now I'm going to have to figure out myself. How to baby proof my apartment. Because ain't nobody you come in this house during quarantine so. parents out there. You got the advice for your boy on how to baby proof. Best best tactics best methods. please. Let's use his fatherhood. Brotherhood Schumi over an email. Dad Harry Potter G. Dot. com Let me know best ways to do it. I, M I. GotTa start getting into it because she really is China open everything. She's trying to pull everything now. She's like weights enough where she can kind of rock things that are not like. Attached back and forth. You know she's already. Kind of cutter is cut her Chin One time You know it's just it's starts gets a little bit scary petrifying when she can kind of start being mobile and exploratory, and then having the strength and. Knowledge or savvy to understand how to do those things so like I said any tips. I'm willing to listen. and shoot over an email data apology dot com. That's the photon. I'm going to give you that email address, but that is. That's all really for this week. It's kind of that week forty three time at least for us is. Kind of getting entertaining now you know they're learning how to entertain themselves under start to be a coup hang. That's the best part about it. A friend of mine just had a new baby last week. Talking about how crazy is not getting sleep. When do they start getting fun when he when is? When is it all? And when did they get sleep? When are they not just cry? When when I have to do everything for them broke right now this week forty, three, forty, two, forty, three, when they start hitting ten eleven months. That's we you have to stop worrying about doing everything for them. That's when they officially stopped being a ball, a mush and start being a cool hang. And wanting to be more interactive and entertaining for you. Nassau got for this for this week's episode on on the development side. We're going to jump into the musical break, and as you know always on other side. We got the guest segment. This week's guest is a long long long time friend of mine. I actually used to look up to my I, mean I guess I still look to because he's now on a podcast, older dad he's six years, and he has two kids and he. We grew up together a camp. He really grew up a camp and when I first got there. Him and the guys in his bunk and stuff like that were like the coolest fucking dudes in the world they still are, and we all kind of like looked up to them throughout our entire camp career blessed to to be able to now call them off friends and call him a friend, so I got I got Danny Silver. Who now runs the camp and helps or helps to run the camp that we that we all grew up in which is a cool thing, so we can sit down talk about how this covert situations GonNa affect parents for the summer. And a little precursor to that is at the time that we did the interview, which is about a week or so ago. like right over Memorial Day weekend. Camp was still planning to be up and running, so he talks about what their plans were at that point to launch camp in Safeway. Since then. All camps have kind of been shut down by the state of New York so. Camp is now no longer running. I didn't want to cut that out of the interview, because I thought that planning and that conversation was important to have if this ever happens again and Kinda give people. An idea of what goes into trying to figure out the best practices for safety four children, when it comes to being a camp, administrator and father at the same time, which Danny is so just be aware that camp has since been shut down and will not be happening this season for this year for the first time in a long time. But the rest of the interview is fantastic, so definitely take a listen to that, and with that I will catch you on the other side. See. Historic. BEEN FROM WHAT! Than, it was so bright. The wholesale and Talk. Just. Brings a kid about wait. Times. Just to keep it was. Remember the sandbox. Bowl felt. The ban being. Spots in. A small Mike. comes. Up. Which says that was before we know. Some friends when we are back with this week's episode of Dad Holler with a podcast. And you know when that music break hits, is Tom for the guest segment of the pod, and as always this week I have a very very very special guest. We actually grew up in summer camp together. He's a couple years older, and when I got there him in his whole bunk was like who we all looked up to as kids huge influence on my life at Camp. Off. Me Basketball was just a great all around. Dude, so I'm very very very excited to have them on, and with no further ado. I'd love to introduce me Danny Silver. How're you? Awesome so good luck. Guests on the show listen to a handful of episodes. Always wondering when you're GonNa give me the look. And you know there's nothing better than the best backup center in the history of Jewish camps. Invite you onto a podcast so so thanks for having me absolutely one-two-three doing. On, the team to be the one to. Cliff Levingston on the first. Goes Three. You know the guy that. The Guy, a locker that leads the auto you've. GotTa, have the spirit I, you know what I mean as a huge piece Speaking of Reached out to because I, wanted to get you one not only because like me and my boys like every time. During like this late spring comes around. We start talking about camp again. Reminiscent you and all that stuff, but wanted to hit you up because with this whole Kovin situation going on I feel like it's. It's a crazy time for not only camps, but like parents going into the summer in China make plans and stuff like that so I was like you know. What who whose perspective can oh, let me hit. Danny right now. Let me see if I can get some pump to to get you on, and we'll jump into all that in a minute, but like talking about this stuff, you have two kids and out when in kindergarten, one newborn. How have you been faring during all this fucking madness? You know obviously. This is a question that we've all had to answer like host. How's it going? You know to be honest. You know like you said. I have a six year old who has electricity running his body like every minute that he's awake, he is, he's. He's a handful in. The very trying way I mean I love him, but he's given us a run for our money, and we have like you said a newborn who was born February twenty four. And twelve weeks old, and literally like we can from the hospital and within two weeks we can quarantine, so it's not the way we drew it up for my older son's. Kindergarten spring ward way to bring in my younger son so, but were the best thing years all four of us again healthy all time, so that's obviously the most important thing on, and you know each has its own narrow trials and tribulations just like everybody else You know although we're healthy. We live in a nice home and everything on the circus is good. Everything's also relatives. The frustrations that we feel you know are real to us and You know my son went to kindergarten on Tuesday. March tenth, and all of a sudden within a snap of a finger. He never went back and I know we're talking a little bit before the podcasts as to. What age group do you feel the worst four? Is it like the college seniors? Is it the high school seniors on a kindergartner missing school, all of a sudden, being a full-on social environment, you know hours and hours a day to not just lose the school of losing his twin license, losing his basketball classes, losing in you know all of his social outlets as baseball season, and all that I mean it's. It's such a Gut Punch, and we feel not feel so God, we are him and whenever I ask him like Hey, do you miss your friends? He's like no man on Zip and like. That's not I mean he did a virtual play the other day he was literally sharing his screen with his friends for fun like when it comes to. So, yes, so that's been on. I mean while we're healthy and everybody's well, and there's been some silver linings like we always centered agendas family in Lino. He's made good strides learning how to ride his bike and there's a lot of things that we would've never gotten a chance to do you know my son is still sharing his screen on zoom during play dates not. Designed for Hey, where for sure where at? Like, we talked about before we start recording. I feel like. That worst for like that age kid, because now the the losing stuff that you mentioned and that's crazy, but they can't see the. person but like this type of stuff like sharing your screen on Zoom Doing A. pleat is about to be like a normal thing for them growing up. Sharing your screen zoom like the equivalent of like. You know playing horse. That with with your body it's. It's sort of a sad commentary, and it's like it it. It's one of those things where. You don't the longer it goes, the longer it's GonNa. Take the undue, so it's you know you learn in school. The critical period of went to a child to learn like a foreign language. If you don't learn it by the time, it's like harder than I you know. There's gotta be some critical periods that he's missing hundred percent. They just came to back and it's. It's sad. Watching like the worst part is. Don't know if it's GonNa be like this at the fall that all of a sudden. Home Schools get working is. What he's accustomed to more normal than real school, but like I said there have been a lot of a lot of positives. You know every night. Dinner as a family. We watch jeopardy. You know it's almost like an episode of the wonder. Years were like dad comes home from work you know and the family eats as a family unit, which like in the area with two working parents like that doesn't happen all that often anymore. You Caja riding their bikes to the neighborhood. It's just a lot of things. Have Kinda rewound back to a different era. Yes, Oh, there's that are going on, and we have this newborn which you know what it's like a New Year. Yes so it's like you know. Both Kim's lead attention almost all the time. My son, my older son is not one to just go play toys or go she. She ran by himself. He always wants myself and my wife to be there, so it's like we're constantly on od like racing on call like full time and my wife, her maternity leave ends. After this weekend, so she's kind of been now I've had to worry about working and now she's an active worry about working in it's. Just, not the way to retire it up. No for sure. Any of us up and the fact that like you're you. Guys are able to kind of fund silver lining in all. See those positives is great fact that your son has like a really good at about it as sad as it is for us as parents like look at. Men, come on like you're missing all these different again. The worse for them and they probably feel from the. It's great that you're able to find the silver linings and I think that that also like we were talking about before we started recording I didn't say I didn't say that. He's finding talk. Whatever. Sure about like we were talking about before like when we come out on the other side of this like it's going to. We're all GONNA be the better for it. It's GonNa make us stronger more resilient more able to call audibles in the middle of. Life's crazy curve balls and stuff like that so. Hopefully, at least that's that's what the deal is There's a backbone. There's a backlog bill and end resilience, and also when. You look down the line where five ten years from now you can always assume that everything worked out. We all came out the other side. Okay, but. They can't take this experience away from us, so it's been a bonding experience for my family that no the. Ugly of it when you know you rewind and you look back in. They're like you know what those are. Like some special time. Those are weird times, substantial times and some. Unorthodox Times with source of special times. Real things were built. Like might have been quarantined for what like over seven days and the different stages. My son has gone through different interests like his big thing now is, he's like really into. The to thirteen, which like stepmothers gone? We and it's like he's learning all that. You know that he's GonNa Derek Fisher Stage Allied. He was a. you know just different weird stages that he's been in. It's it's you know we think about things that happened. March and they seem like a lifetime ago, but he's. He's gone through all these stages and it's amazing to watch and. Hopefully one day when this is all over week, I can only imagine the positive. You remember positives, but like him also remembering the positives. You know what I mean appearance salt. That's what we up the tunnel vision ourselves into. You know what I mean hoping that they do that. you speak about bonding right this time. Thomas giving you a little bit more time to bond, and that is kind of an interesting plenty of time to. Twenty four seven. You know what I mean. But like as far as concerned, you are still currently. You're kind of lead. Assist man at the absolute least in running the camp that that we grew up in right and. How is that and you've done while you've been father to your son? How is that kind of plead in how? Maneuvered around being a father, and also having to go away to camp. Are they coming up with you or they? Just visiting often? How often working? So my son is born may oldest is born in April of twenty fourteen, so. That first summer, my wife's company was kind enough to extend her maternity. Leave through August, so they actually came up with that first summer their. Time I mean my son was so young psyche. He couldn't do anything. He was basically in a stroller the whole summer, but it was nice to have that one summer with my whole family up there the whole time the second summer. You know my wife's a hero like when she married into this whole thing, she knew she was married in the camp and she has built her vacation. Time around. You know times to come up to candidate. Long weekends scrapbook at and second summer between like her vacation weeks and often back on weekends. They will try their half the days then. I think the third summer we were moving up to the suburbs. August, so she donald he she wasn't able to make it up with the baby. He I mean he was a toddler done, but they weren't able to make. It is often but. She's been amazing about using her time off and saving where he's up there for the whole week costs the book any against that like nine ten days, but you know how how it is a campus like when they're they're. The kids at Camp think that they've just been there the whole time knowing they're not knowing they're not. It's like they don't even know what it is. Such a weird thing, a camp, everybody's family unity because they know your family and they come they come up consistently. You know every year all that type of stuff. It's like they never like they never left like you said even when we used come up on all the alumni. You know we still new kids. That were there. It was still like we never laughed. Kids that I had as campers when I was. Eighteen and they were twelve. It's still like I am their counselor as amazing campus and like all the crazy like weird concept in camp, the element of time and camp is one of the most intriguing like the time that you're talking ballot when you leave and come back at. You feel like you're never laughed people you're talking to. It feels like the conversation never stopped. It's a weird set, but when they're on, it's definitely challenging. My campus as full-time job is love is when you're. The Administrator Cabins, a twenty four seven deal and. It's definitely the opposite of fair to my wife. When she comes up and you know she wants to quote, unquote the on vacation and I'm like the opposite of that and my son just wants to do young. He wants he wants to play basketball like. Hiking up hills to the hockey rink and down the dashboard. Backups of argument was ninety degrees the nights day in a row like. Get to be a lot. And I needed to do my job. So so the the onus falls on her along the time, and usually the spouses of the people that work at Camp by honest I want nothing to do. I don't blame them. You know what I mean like I. I can't imagine having to do that in the. Derive she isn't for champion for being able to deal with that. Just do that and go with the flow, and no, that's the deal. Because, you always say oh, yeah, but it's capped like how bad could be well? You know what pushing that. Stroller up with my crying son and carrying about HOG NARIGC when you're on the lower for the hundred time you know I, it's it. It gets old after a while short. Absolutely absolutely like I said I couldn't imagine doing that. That's like. fucking tendency, underdown, Jane, and then the other challenging part. Is You know when you're a camp? You're you're on like. Any phone conversation I had with someone that's not in Kampong. Cham is light. I'm so disconnected. I'm such a bad conversation. I'm not engaged in. My head isn't a million other places. Again. It's such a short after. We always joke one of the best parts about her being there during the summer the days that she's up there that we don't have to do the phone call at night. Phone call phone calls such a pain in the ass and you know, I do try to stay time as much as possible. We usually come out at dinner and try to face time you know during pre getting free play and I do get some Wifi by my room and I I'm one of the few people that has the WIFI access so I can put some with their. You know, show them what's going on around camp, but. It's it's hard. It's it's one of the many south campus great, but it does involve some sacrifice and. You know hopefully summer twenty, twenty, one or twenty, twenty, two, my sanity, first year, Camper and my other son. Old then the cycle really start so but I'm not there. How old were you when you started out of eleven and you were any? You're basically I. Like going into I I was going into first grade I was six years old going into first grade. It was a little different In one thousand, nine hundred seven parents were a little more Little more. Accepting of. Of Setting your kid off for two months, then they are alley. No, it's sending six and seven year olds sleep sleepwear campus in his popular was in the eighties, when I also had an older brother that was on my two older sisters, and my mom was actually up there for few weeks before I was quote unquote away, but I mean I there was definitely. Someone to start that young even now usually have a parent working camps. But. You know, but that doesn't mean. Every six year old that has a parrot. Work at a camp should start at six years old for sure. I can I can imagine like. To start like, let's when he starts whatever year two years whatever it might be, you know it's going to be even more tough for you on a day to day basis because he's a, he's going to be like all my daddy's. You know you're GONNA. have that expectation of also being a dad to him while you're running the camp and he's also a Kaffir and trying to make do that balancing act. That's going to be a crazy situation when that happens can help backlog. Yeah the idea. There is a campus such like an amazing place that. Hopefully hit is like cruise control early enough where he doesn't think about. Just goes through the camp like the other camper and that's that's the obvious goal, but we are be right now. We're day. seventy-one of quarantine couldn't be farther from. Kwan's. Still to thank about, we'll be thinking about it like growing up in camp. As we both know, you know, it's basically having a second family. You know that you get retreat to every summer. Do you find now that you have kids that? Things that you learn at camp or or campus kind of shaped your data. Or your fatherhood styled you find yourself taking things in from what whatever you've learned from counselors or being accounts for being running camp whatever to into your parenting situation. I mean I just That's a good question. I can't think of anything specific that would lead to say yes, but but it's an obvious. He has because campus so central to. Everything about. Who I am as a worker, who I am is a husband. AMAS personal amas a friend that like. It's just basically the few that runs through my body so obviously candidate something from that. You know that fuel is is feeling my tactics, obviously a huge. You know just kind of my values. My philosophies like what my backbone is the things I care about. Obviously, it's GonNa come out when I'm. You know a cannon But yeah I mean it's an interesting thing to think about campus. Something that I did that now I carry thing I could. Something I have always done and I'm still doing so. It's pretty central to WHO I am. Anyway. It's central like the way you know the way. I walked down the street at central to the way that I used to commute to work needs to commute to work. You know it's. It's natural everything that I do. Not like making making him sponge the table after dinner. You've got to pick your battles. And now there is the classic camp stuff that I have doing all teach him. Five three one are all. Teach him what? You notice different games that we played a camp and you know that's obvious because that's just my knowledge. and also you know he's grown up in candle in in a Lotta ways I, T. He remembers it from summer to summer, and he knows all the major players in candidate. He knows his way around camp and you know. He picked up on things from Canton. Even he says that I don't even know that he takes up on. That's awesome. You talk about Cam and talk about this whole. Cronin thing without at least like to asking. What kind of is the plan for for? The summer is still open is going to be like an MBA bubble. You come in, you. Don't leave what's how is the plan at least show? In general right now on, you know I'm sure. You probably know a lot. A lot of Cam Sephardi announced that there canceled or drain openings. There's a handful I don't think I've heard of one camp one sleep sleep away camp. That hasn't even announced that they're delayed opening or all canceled at least in New York. and I know some states had completely shutdown. Sleep away camps Some New England states have on right now. The plan is to open two weeks late. With the program modifications. There's definitely restrictions you know. We're trying to maintain a bubble of. People obviously on that we don't. We don't want to bring in outsiders people out but right now camp is something that kids and parents need more than ever. And I think. When this whole thing started in March everyone was hoping that it would go away and be under control by the time capital rolled around. Anyone who's like Tiller chosen go to camp or we'll in my case works. We can't on there was all something, but as it creeps into April and creeped into. May you know kind of became the reality that this is something that is going to interfere with canton major major ways? And when we. End Up having camp or not It's GONNA be a different summer obviously, oh! I asked because you know like I like. We talked about earlier with the development and shutdown of all these different programs, Ithaca. Campus massive massive massive parts part of people's lives mass part of your life mass part of my life. You know all my best friends. Nine different guests that have had on this podcast all been my voice from camp. You know what I mean like. Just. Life and I think the team teams like. Doesn't happen. Where anybody WHO's? Let's say you know you're. You're a parent of a child to. Camp has already been canceled. What are you doing for the summer? Because the obvious replacements are probably also cancelled. You're not. Going to be a long summer of pair, it's GonNa. Be It's GonNa? Be An interesting one in. Honestly, it's one that just does like the last two months. We're all going to have to take week by week day by day. Find you know in interesting ways to keep the different from some last one in A. Like we said before, if and when we come out of this. Were all. A little bit more resilience long. DAQUAN president. She's been I look if I was a camper I could not imagine my summer. If I was told that I couldn't go to camping, not seeing my friends for a few months like during quarantine from school fine, who cares that's fine I'll do my screen share, but not being able to go to Camp Oh. My nephew is gonna be a waiter supposedly aware so he's so those are honestly bugging out because all the wild situation and. You know from my standpoint. I hope it I hope it goes through for those kids for for everybody there and everybody can enjoy their summer. especially parents can kinda not to make those shifts, 'cause it's GonNa be it's GonNa. Be Tough to to have the kid in house all summer if It's awareness situation. Like. My son has said he's only in kindergarten. Where you know, the school is so important, but the education part of it is more of a social and. where I mean some agrees southern stands at. Our little older that have like real hardcore curriculum to learn. you know it's tough, not getting the professional teaching like up close and personal every everyday and the parents in addition AH, getting their world's throwing up on there getting thrown into a role that they're not qualified. I don't do end and they're not just doing for like a day or week. They've been doing it for you. Know on week nine. We can whatever you know it's. It's, it's been an interesting situation to say the least. Indian, to say the least you guys. Have you guys been seeing anybody dirt dirt quarantine. You guys been doing the full fledge zoom thing. Do you find yourself? Kind of making more of an effort to reach out to people obvious zoom tax facetime whatever it might be. Wow, this is going on like you can't really necessarily be face to face. Yeah I think one of the one, sadly was no with younger one. He's told weeks old. His grandparents saw him in the hospital when he was first formed. We all these plans for the great. You know both sides grandparents to come down on. Him and all that kind of went up in smoke. So obviously you my in laws and my parents like dying to see him and they've. Kinda missed that window of. Never missed I. went over the missus early life chances and really bond with with a newborn, so we can you know my my face times with with my parents in the face? Times with my in laws are definitely more than what they were before. And all that so anyway, that's actually one of the. You know one of the silver linings like my mother's been reading with my older son. You know twice a week at night. That would have never happened on. From a non parenting sampling, you know there's also been I'm sure you've had, too. You know there's all these. You know these Zuma, hang out. Say You have with friends that you would've never called or never. Reached out to have had this. Not all been going on Do it every me and my boys do every every Friday night got like six hundred seventeen o two's on on a zoom every Friday night six thirty without fail. Yeah, so it's We've been virtually social on. His hard as like our in person. We've been pretty conservative with like are quite you know we? We've really taken seriously and we really kept to ourselves. We're just starting now to Kinda. Pull the curtain and. You know we saw my brother This weekend saw I went to some Cam. House. Last week and we get like a social distancing I saw my sister who lives close to being hung with her kids. You know the cousins he the problem is if you don't have children more children that are mobile. It's easy like our neighbors are younger than us. Up Caves and they have social this. Hang out all the time, but once you have kids that can run around. It's impossible to light. Maintain that because the kids. They big, they understand, but it's hard to tell us five heroes. You know social distance from a four year old. Around you WANNA touch, each other data hold hand slapped by. Do the. Think I think if we. Didn't have kids. We probably would have been a little bit more impersonal social during this. You know knowing my son who's got a ton of energy and just. Born literally no immune system at all like we just felt like it was. No it wasn't that. Wasn't that safe for us to go? We're starting to now and I think as. As, we get closer to summer. We got ourselves all tested. You know we'll go see the grandparents little you know. Take some weeks to spend whether it's you answer. My in laws are up in the ADIRONDACKS at my mom. Summer House. Like will will make moves you know as we get a new tune and stuff like that for short argue it's just a matter of of circumstance. You're going to have to just getting out and that's kind of what me and my wife. We're kind of in the same boat like we haven't seen really anybody in just now. We're kind of thinking like. Listen we're. We're GONNA need to change some things like going into the summer and start branching out a little bit because we can't just stay here. No, you read all these things and you watch his youtube clips and everything. It's like. Make sure you take time to yourself machine you take time for yourself and my wife and I try to be good about giving each of us time like away from the kids. Every day were A. we can go for twenty five minute walk and my neighbor in my neighborhood. Air Parsis podcast as he could do the same and just kind of get away clear heads and. I'd like to say we do it every day and I'd like to say that we're fair about it. It's tough I mean down. Yet I come down the stairs every morning. We have our morning routine doing my son. You know you take a bus to school because he doesn't have that anymore. Shall we literally go for a walk around the block every morning? Like are quote, unquote bus ride because. You, either that it's either that or he literally goes some waking up. Going playing games on his phone, eating breakfast, watching TV in going is going to court and court school. From scream exclaimed. School does work. It's no. That's another thing by the way. I don't know if your daughter is old enough yet to screens out than she is, but well we do. We do a lot of sesame street. Sesame Street has helped a lot, and also like we're in this parent community here like we like parks, parents community that have been really good about like offering like partnering with different local businesses to offer zoom classes in virtual music classes, and all that type stuff, so we've been doing kind of that with her. And doing sesame. We've unlocking sesame street an unlocked like the Pete. The Cat Youtube a little yet. But my saw not sits. He's like virtuoso when it comes to like. You know those teams. He finds on the internet or on Youtube, but It becomes a little bit of. Basically, the battle, despite all day every day is. Screen time versus our sanity like the screen is literally the only thing that he'll do independently without bothering us, and and but you don't want. To overdo that because. You don't want hit on the street time. because. Link, and then it just that extends through whenever we get. And then the problem is too. You know he's in kindergarten so so pushing. The school thing too far is just not healthy like he's in kindergarten. He doesn't need A. Stuff. We need to get done, but. Don't want to go absolutely nuts like if he if he doesn't finish the corn quote, curriculum or the school back But the problem is. He's not spending the hours doing the schoolwork. What's what's he doing? He's either he's either badgering us or he's on the street, so it's like. We're doing was dance. Every day is like all right. We WanNA fight the school battle. Do we want to let them watch the screen or do I want to go out and play one on one with them? For literally the four hundred seventy four time out, and it's like we push to go outside because it's nice. Albany, Oregon signed busy reenacting the mighty ducks for like the hundred time you know. By the way, the amount of times I've seen mighty ducks of three of them during this quarantine as absurd. It's funny actually wants at the other night I was like. Wow, this is great. Thing I don't know. Didn't notice. They wanted sister now like no everything nursing. Home that's amazing, did I just all I hope. Is that like this ends before? My daughter is your son's age because. I. You're living in Brooklyn Living New York. City like I don't have outdoor space. I can't play one on one with her. Very lucky we. We have enough space where. You know, but it's so funny considering I have colleagues that I work with that live in the city like Oh, but at least he can run a run around. The problem is is like running around like okay. You send him outside to run around. Okay, that's twenty minutes. What do I do to the next? You know twenty three hours and forty minutes right? I have to do it with him. Exactly, and it's like it sounds like I'm complaining a durst show the so many people that would give anything like run around with with their kids. Well, you know seven days into it when you reenacted Adam dance her from the mighty ducks a hundred times, and you know we say now where we reenacted an NDA last sending shots like we have to watch him and get jerseys on reenact. It sounds fun, but like when you're down on the driveway like she wants to go up two flights of stairs to go get like Kobe Jersey to reenactments thing again. When like all you WanNa do is like the dead time. Now you can watch those offer whatever you now it's like. It's definitely try my patients and patients who have been like my strongest quality, but. Once again it's it's been a lot of bonding in a lot of bonded for for us. You know I wouldn't have been able to watch the first twelve weeks. My sons of my second son's might go through the way I'm watching now. So you know there are some silver lining, said you know are going to stick with us have. And that's. kind of got to find you know Ds. We're going to wrap up here in a minute. I Love I love the I. Love that I got you on. I love getting into into all this and Mike Learning know six years ahead of me and a second kid, also like I just love. Being able to talk to different DADS, especially you. Who like you know I grew up? You were like a big inspiration to me when I was growing on campus. Sites they've got a chance. Go on it. You know when you texted me to see him. I wanted to be on it and I'm like you know what I'm sixty. Six years yuan on this. Is there any like sage? Words are like wise advice. Awaisa Weisan anything and I'm sure you have a lot of friends that are like expected parents that are listening to this that maybe like you know. Their wives are due soon or navy like their brand. New Parents had no your guess. Lifetime was a grandparent. The. There's there's there's two quotes that I remember that I'll never forget. You're jumping into my my last two questions and I love because I always. Let's. Let's. I always end part with. Every single dad, every expecting daddy mom that PAT on ask them two questions so doing reverse order for you to not break up the momentum that you've got going right now. So the first question I'll ask you is what is being six years ahead of me being six head of any dad. That's expecting etc like you said. What is the best piece of advice that you can from your experience from what you've been told? What's the best piece of advice that you can offer to to somebody behind you in his fatherhood adventure? So. There's three quotes and I gotta get him into your question, somehow the best the best. Piece of advice I guess the other two aren't really advice. The best piece of advice ever got his like. Basically all all being a parent is invasive is do your best or cannot like like like. I mean there's no playbook to. This is just we all try our hardest. Trying to prevent screwing are get up like got basically it. And it's not really advice, but I remember like I was a teenager. My mom and I ran this huge fight and she said listen. She's I. All not to do is not you know just make sure the I didn't screen and that's. The one parenting advice that like is probably universal but the. But look best cool that was said to me. This classic is from Camp Perrin when my white, when my wife was like eight months pregnant with our first kid. He said you know an and I'm out at like a main squeeze show or something and I'm like you know. We're like throwing that drinks or whatever and his dad says to me. It was a data mom. The Dad says to me. He's like you know what you won't remember your life before once. That kid is born. True, said he said once. That kid is born. You will not remember your life was like before I was like. Yeah, right like I'm thirty. Whatever like there's no way I. Don't forget and Notre words have been spoken like. I don't I don't remember anything about. I ruled mustard some easy before on route. And the other thing, this is a CO worker said this demand is a good on you spend the first year at all you want is your kid. To Walk and talk and then after the first year for the rest of their life, you want to sit down and shut up. That's by my. My mother-in-law says that every day trying to get my to walk and talk. She's like you might WanNa rethink. How quickly that happened because I'm? Resort like big parenting, things or anything creative, but the one about you don't remember your life. Before is like so so true. I mean at this point. I don't even remember what my life was like before quarantine. Aren't true. But yeah, I mean. It's been a wild ride the that I'm only. Is Crazy jobs like. Seventy one days, or whatever it's been a STOIC lifestyle. I talked my daughter's only ten months and I feel like I'm six years in. You know what I mean. She's not even a year old and I feel like I've been apparent for six years like that's how crazy parenting is and how fast it just like accelerates every time in your head. When you're walking down the street and you see all these people in your life. That person's does thought. Personal peppers doesn't like I gotTA deal with it. So it's. I mean it's. It's an amazing responsibility of these last like ten weeks. Whatever rattus just made it like that much crazier. Last person and I ask is them is what is been your favorite experience or favorite thing about being a dad. I'm stake when you see. When you see your child! Do something that like. You know they're doing it when they do something similar to what you would do that, you may be necessarily didn't teach them, but you know it's just like nature. ANCHIN addicts kicking in. But. It's like one step further like you know kind of what they were thinking when they arrived at whatever they were like. You can see the wheels spinning and you see your son like Morse without you having to do anything about it like it's just. Like. I think like a good example is. GonNa blow this example of trying to. I'm trying to think of the perfect example just like. Little things! My son does little connections. He makes with like sports or something like where he where where he's done. Just like the way he'll figure out a math problem but I don't know what's going on on his brain, and it's just just little questions. Come to his head. That like I know exactly where they're coming from one hundred watching like mighty ducks I like that you'll come up with a question that I know exactly why he's asking up without adding like here. The genesis celery just like it's just where you watch the genetic sex really kick in debt side. It's crazy. It's it's funny because I'm. Just starting to see that type of connection with my daughter, she doesn't talk shows like ask questions anything, but like when she laughs at certain does things, and then like laughs, or or does things, and then has a reaction to it. That's like similar to the reaction that I would have and then at the same time I'm like Oh my God. You're definitely my daughter. And talk about like mannerisms talking about what? You stuff. You can't see And usually when that happens when I look over my wife and she gives the. He gives me the. I will be like. Oh, my Gosh! I gotTA deal with this. Knows who they go down here. We go now I got. Yeah, so it definitely happens a lot with like sports and movies and stuff like that with with my son Mark. He'll just site or maybe all say something once, and it'll just be tattooed on his brand and he'll like. He'll repeat it in. It's just. It's it's crazy. That's crazy. But I would save why watching the genetics just totally kick in a way that you know is happening that you can't see Ya. That's awesome. That's fantastic. That's the first time I've heard that one and now I'm like super excited, says like see high daughter do that in the in the long run when she gets a little bit older, your son's age, etc, etc.. That's fantastic, but yes man I really appreciate you taking. Absolutely man and we'll talk soon. I definitely will will stay in touch and stay updated on on the campaign because. I know it's a crazy world out there. Little Girl. I hope. I hope this whole thing breaks in time for you guys to enjoy a good healthy summer of normal activity. Likewise joy both of your kids, and especially the the the newborn and getting to be part of the of the early stages of life because it's phenomenal. Absolutely I talk to. And that is offered this episode of Dad hard the podcast. Thank you so much to Danny Silver fantastic. 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The Sports Reporters - Episode 232 - 49er's the real deal? Gruden Showing his coaching chops. Ohio State the favorite?

The Sports Reporters

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The Sports Reporters - Episode 232 - 49er's the real deal? Gruden Showing his coaching chops. Ohio State the favorite?

"The winning journalists New York Times best fillers known topic out of bounds no opinion left unsaid. An Institution for sports sportstalk information. This is a sports reporters. Here's Mike Lupu Mitch. ALBOM and Bob Ryan. I'm Bob Ryan of the Boston Globe and Espn Mitch. albom of of the Detroit Free Press. I was wondering what happened to you guys. I'm like look of the New York. Daily News in MLB DOT COM and welcome to the Thursday edition of the sports reporters. podcastone Sto put the band back together. We have an awful lot of fun doing this. We'd do it twice a week now and as always. This is a time of year where there's a lot of talk about college football even though there's only like three games maybe of note but there are there are a couple of tremendous games in the NFL. This weekend I mean games. I want to watch and engaged by and we'll work our way back from the Sunday night game The the forty niners continued to intrigue everybody in the sport because despite their record everybody's saying but how good are they really. Well we're GONNA find out I think even more than we found out in the seahawks game which is the only game. They've lost so far when they go against the packers and Aaron Rodgers and Sunday night football and guys. It's a test for both teams because the there have been in times when the packers looked like a super bowl team this year but there have been times when when Rogers was getting chased all over the lot he is going to get chased all over the lot especially by the front four of the forty niners which might be the strength of their team. What are you guys looking for on Sunday night? I'm looking for the way that they harass him and air rogers has basically said we need to beat these guys at some point because it looks like we're on a collision course with them and it would be nice to beat them now onset in that is that if they lose to them can probably wave goodbye home field advantage in the playoffs in the San Francisco forty honors or in the playoffs. They're gonNA they're going to control that so this is an important game for postseason as well. I also looking to see if Jimmy Garoppolo is up to the moment i. I'm still not totally sold on him I know He. Can you know we saw evidence last week. You can throw downfield but it's trial by fire in the NFL. And and and I don't think he's been through enough fire for me to say. Yeah I'M GONNA I'M GONNA pick that team to somehow be playing in the super bowl in February now possibly. I just haven't seen enough evidence. The scientists certainly positive four touchdown passes and less time and he. That's a fair assessment. He's going up against a guy that has been acclimation. The the the the quarterback of the last half a dozen years. I'm you know He's the guy that people would want to have out there. They're going to play with your life tonight. I would most people would say it would be Arron Rogers. So that's fine. No that's fine. That's a fair assessment and it is going to be a good test for Jimmy Garoppolo but I think if you're San Francisco you become feel confident. The kids going to put on put on a good show. And here's the thing about Rogers and it just it's speaks to his greatness because because of injuries and because of everything happened at the end of Mike McCarthy's time there you know we started to forget how good this guy guy is and all the talk in the preseason about him in the new coach they seem to find out but what continues to be remarkable about this man skill. Will this position is. He is basically when Davante Adams is not on the field he stolen to a bunch of guys. You've never heard of and it takes time every every game. You see the announcers talk about what that it's a big job being one of Rogers's receivers because the play is going to break down. He is going to get ah outside the pocket and you got to get yourself into a position we can get the ball because if you do he will get you the ball but guys this. We always joke talk about Lebron that it could walk into the Y.. And get four guys and make the playoffs that broke down a little bit last year. But it's the same thing with Rogers and receivers. It's you get the feeling that he he could find four really good guys to the flag football game and turn them in the NFL receivers. Well I agree with you. One hundred percent and it was true at varying points in their career with both Brady and manning I I know I once said the manny one hundred yard receiver out of a hat rack and Bobby by the way. How much does he miss watching? Randall Cobb join in Dallas. How much does he miss him? Yeah so now. This is true and it's all this. This is just why we love. Sports is very into a lot of anticipation a lot of a lot of questions. A lot of questions here. Let me just say this that. This is only the beginning of a Riggott rigged rough rugged word off are you. GD rugged exam period the ad for the forty niners who after this game in their next two games are at Baltimore and at the New Orleans. We're going to see a lot about that in those games. I'm glad you you brought that up. Jimmy Garoppolo let me read you. Something that Kyle Shanahan is coach. said I I really like this talking about Jimmy Garoppolo mistakes and he makes a lot of mistakes six he throws a lot of interceptions for a guy. WHO's on a team? That's one that many games. There's way too many interceptions but this is what Shanahan said quote. I think that's part of football. You get used to that that stuff. What's more frustrating to me is when a quarterback can't make any plays and a can't throw it at all and you just sit there and you're beating your head against the wall for three and a half hours so it's nice when they do make a lot of plays and do some good stuff but some bad plays do come with that? And that's sort of what Jimmy Garoppolo is you know kind of feast Feast and famine and it's also important to remember that for as long as he's been around. This is twenty games into his career. If he had started the first game out as a rookie he'd only be partway through his second season. In terms of how long he's been playing football so he has a very unusual career rear between sitting on the bench behind. Tom Brady being injured for such a long period of time and now coming back with San Francisco his age doesn't match his experience. It's is also astounding to me. Mike -combobulate that this guy was and could still be sitting on a bench in New England under certain circumstances as as what you did and has the most notable examples of this in our time and absolutely he could be in all we could go back. Oh you want to open up. That can of worms to why he was treated and whether the coach had you know one of him to be treated. And how how he wound up in San Francisco as opposed to Siberia because Bill wanted them to have a good home. But that's another story for another day but for for a second round draft choice. I mean it's it's it is ben a a franchise you know. They happen sometimes. Time still a franchise altering deal for the San Francisco Forty niners now. I'm not saying they couldn't find some other good young quarterback somewhere but they nobody nobody nobody. Nobody saw this coming with with the San Francisco. Forty niners and by the way before we move onto Dallas in New England. Do you know. Do you know what can happen on Sunday for the team from the other side of the bay if they beat my jets in New Jersey. The Oakland Raiders and the Kansas City chiefs will be tied for first place. And I'll tell you something and I had my doubts because you can go across cross pro football history. It was very unusual for a guy other than Dick for meal to take a long lay-off and come back and be successful coach. Jon Gruden is killing it. WHOA with the raiders? And guess what they're not nearly as good as they're going to be by the time they get to Vegas. Did it with a sort of a process right. An EH entered showing and getting early dividends. I mean it took seventy sixers in the astros a long time to get the process going to that. The process is working very nicely with them. No you're right thinking about that earlier this year my God you know an I hated to see him leave what he was doing because I always enjoyed him as a as a as a quirky commentator later and yes he is he's he's earned. Well they're paying them to do it and he's doing this on a lot of money to do it. Mitch just no just just know. And don't give him all the credit in Oakland because Mitch is you know with their general manager. You know this from your own personal experience and Bob will back me up on this. You can never never go wrong with a Boston College. Man Mike Mayock and Gruden everybody wondered you know what though seriously everybody wondered about that moved to and that partnership seems to and they might piled up draft choices. And that's just one of several moves that were eye-popping including in getting rid of Khalil. Mack including taking the Antonio Brown Flyer honestly go back what two months when Antonio Brown was holding bring them hostage and every story out of Oakland was about him and his freaking helmet and is he going to play and all the rest of the fact that they shed that and got into the season in have managed to do what they have done with their record and make people forget about that forget about giving up Khalil Mack that speaks even higher towards towards what a group has been able to create their culture wise. And how long has Derek Carbon in the league. And nobody's gotten this out of him. That suddenly grew news. I mean that's fascinating to me that you can bring bring a coach and with the same guy and the guy performs so differently when you create a different system but whatever same guy you know. I mean their car was another quarterback and Mitch. They were thinking they were starting to hear the first rumblings that maybe they had to start. We can use isn't one of those draft choices they've stockpiled for for one of these kids coming out right. No No. It's really something. He's twenty eight years old. You know. There's no reason reason that he can't have better years ahead of him but it sometimes it takes a change of regime so we'll see at the end of the year but if they make make the playoffs that is an incredible nod towards GRUDEN's ability to turn around a culture especially given that Antioch cannot overemphasize emphasize. How an Antonio Brown kind of situation like that can derail team early on? Because he was such a distraction And then they ended up not having Kamini out. It's not like he was distracting now. He's playing well he's gone and you know and they didn't get anything of note for him so hats off to what they're doing in Oakland. Let's see if they continue. Can you every pupil now patriots cowboys Talking About Statement Games the Patriots twits defense. Bobby the Patriots defense will be tested. And I know you know Mitch said this. And he's right. The cowboys were going up against the lions defense. That's and I respect and Mitch. There is no respect for the defensive genius who is now in charge of the line they could score the. I mean you know you met you look at them okay. Whether it was the lions or not. They've got they've got Randall. Cobb they got Amari Cooper and they got zeke. Elliot okay that that's as weaponry somebody correctly. That's weaponry as good as anybody has on the offensive side of the ball in Miss Sport. So the defense is going to be tested and now we're going to see if the cowboys defense which led alliance runaround can can can get Tom Brady well on Sunday afternoon. It's going to be interesting. The Patriots section interesting game last week. Yeah there were no p people around here you know everybody's trying to digest the idea that There's a ninety one team that scares you so much and it does. The offensive was woeful. An issue as we know Brady is lacking in his weaponry And and that's fine but Brady himself is contributing to their problems. He it was terrible last week to the point where I'm sitting here with the friends that we watch the games with this rule and I'm saying we didn't know who he was. We might be saying that. Go out when he had his pout after the game with those credit incredibly clipped. What message is he sending? I made does he. What recruits cavalry does he think is gonNA come over the hill to as he got a light on in the window for Antonio Brown Brown was going well? You know what. I'm sure you remember it. Remember how he bit into it and he said I'm not a thousand or ten percent hundred percent I'm a million percent in on a Tonio Brown. Supposedly invite him to his house. If you needed to spice to stay yeah I think. He is moaning and not to mention the Marias Thomas not not not to mention adjust Gibson. Whatever that was all about too much Gordon Josh Gordon? He's still viable catcher. Yeah no oh yeah yeah so anyway. No he's he did. Not you know dench honestly what a COM which. I endorse here today. That you know He. He doesn't want to hold himself accountable. Apparently public at he he is frankly at the moment. Part of the problem there are there are there are a couple things to point out here in this game though and I'll be happy to you. They eat my words on Monday but I don't think Dallas is as good as as as sometimes they look when they go on the road. There are different team when they go on the road and don't play one of their division opponents for whatever reason and it's not playing the giants or the Eagles. They're they're really different team and they're bad. I watched them. I'm here in Detroit and Detroit's defense is the worst in the league worst in Italy and that was still a game. Yeah you're right Mike. They've got Ezekiel Killa Elliott. They've got back press. They've got Amari Cooper and on paper you go. How can you lose with that? Especially since the very few teams anymore. Have a star in each position but but there are runs. Where Zeke Elliott goes nowhere? There are throws were Dak Prescott. Just makes a bad throw and Cooper doesn't end up getting the ball if you cover him and so that that defense if it really is for real and I know they built their reputation against crappy teams so it's kind of hard to say the one time they played a good team that they gave up a lot of points If that defense is good they can shut down the cowboys. The CAN Especially on the road in New England For the cowboys. So wow. I'll wait to be impressed but I don't think the cowboys are GonNa win this here and Mitch Bob. I'm looking at the cowboys schedule. The rest of the way because it's not it's not a soft place to the land. They play the Patriots on the road. They play the bills at home. I expect them to win that they go on the road to play the bears and who knows what the bears are going to look at at that point they have the rams at home halfway through December. They go on the road to play the eagles which still has a chance to be a really big game at then they finish up against the cowboys so could could they win out. I guess they could. I guess they could schedule. Don't slow than Skim over Buffalo. Like all I. I don't think they're I. Don't think that consistent Mike so not a great guy I mean you the schedule. Saying there's there's no game on after Sunday okay. After Sunday. There aren't any games. You say well shoot. They're going to be the underdog in that game. Yeah but the surprise you lose a game that they that they're not supposed to look. I think both of these teams bringing question marsh because we really don't know New England after that many games we still don't know what they're capable of because that ridiculously soft schedule and their won loss made a lot of people raise their eyebrows and then Brady last this week. As you point out Bob you know now I'm not I'm not GonNa come on any program let alone hours and say. I think Tom Brady's expired. You know everything's broken down and the robot isn't working no way you know. Tom Brady will find his way back to being a fantastic quarterback before the season's over he didn't just I know he's up that age where you can say. Well you know when you finally lose it you lose it. But he's got a lot that he would have to lose before he loses it. I don't think he's as bad as he looked last week. Well well I hope not because of for the sake but he did make some bad throws and if it is true. It's it's fifty fifty to me. He doesn't have the weaponry he should have. If you will but He he didn't help the situation too much. You remember their only touchdown came on a trick. Play which would beautifully executed gun. Thank God Elman was quarterback quarterback in college and he goes a touchdown pass on a spot pass thing and you know quite frankly. I'm not being remotely facetious. When I say this man who should have been given the game ball for them last week was two hundred Jake Bailey? And he was in fact the special teams player of the week in the NFL but The defense has been with the exception of you know like everybody else. They couldn't solve the mystery. That is Lamar Jackson. They have absolutely early shutdown everybody else and by the way by the way there's other games just worth noting okay. If the bills beat the Broncos they go to eight and three of the paychecks lose the cowboys they the Patriots lead in the AFC. Becomes one game. And then Mitch Mitch Seattle Philadelphia's pretty good game that's a nice game yeah I mean. I've heard a lot of debate over whether Russell Wilson is actually the MVP of the league this year. And while I I don't know you know there are a couple of guys is that Certainly in the same running him he makes a pretty good case. They are when he's when he's on when he's on their different team and Philadelphia I thought was going to make a run and they had a setback. We'll see they need this game more than Seattle does and it's in Philadelphia Seattle's Atan two. They can survive five Phillies five and five. They go to five and six Even though Dallas is not exactly running away from them. That's that's really a whole that they're gonNA have hard time digging out of and obviously they're not gonNA make unless they win their division. I don't think they're gonNA make it with a wildcard game. Before we get to the quarterback who still not playing Cap Apparatchik Danny Graziano. My Buddy made a great point the other morning on on get up. It's like rustled. Got A bye week. Okay and all of a sudden everybody. Everybody forgot everything. He has done this year to carry his this idea. That Lamar is a hands down slam. Dunk mortal lock for for the MVP. I I just don't think that's true. No Mitch you mentioned. You brought up something that I just want to throw this out. There is become fashionable over the years as S. the NFL season reaches its climax to look at games and say well. This team needs to gain more than the other. I'M GONNA go with the team that needs to gain more than the other have his week. Ah Have we reached that point yet or is that December scenario. No English November. Is that guy. I think this is one of those cases where I picked the team. That needs it more. That's Philadelphia in Philadelphia. They kind of know that their season could be done if they lose this game. Seattle doesn't face that so. Yeah it's a good expression that's good to know and of course on Monday. We'll get to talk about a great game which is which is kind of like last year's rams versus this year's rams only. It's not the ramps you you know. It's the it's Baltimore with a fantastic on quarterback and the rams are suddenly stumbling an endangered missing the postseason but save that for Monday Mike You bought up Colin Kaepernick. And and let's let's I don't know if we can say we'll put a bow on this because who knows what the development will be next week. But I still hear people talking a lot about what happened on on Saturday and and I. It was one of those things where the new sort of dripped out. Because obviously it wasn't televised or anything like that and so it kind of depended where you got your news from and there have been a lot of revisionist sort of views of what took place there including the notion that wait a minute at first blush it sure seemed like the NFL was was kicking Colin Kaepernick around and he was a real victim in this process but now there seems to be a school of thought that says hang on. You can't just organize a tryout at a high school at the last minute and have security there and fans. They're wearing shirts supporting you. And all the rest of the whole thing was kind of set up in advance by capper knicks camp and they knew exactly what they were going to do and perhaps that negates some. I'm of the empathy that people have for capital in his given situation. What are you guys thing? Mitch I think that the idea that he doesn't really WANNA play is is a a bunch of BS. I I think it's a convenient narrative for people who want to be tough on both sides of this issue. Okay and we talked about this the other day it is it is it is it. Chowder headed to where a contract contains t shirt. Yeah it is. It's cops pigs. The socks back at the start part of this. I you know you sometimes think that all the people who give them really good legal advice are giving him horrible public relations and it's a fair point about the workout but but we have to go back to this. There is not a single reason in this world for for Colin Kaepernick to trust the entity in the national football league that has blackballed him for the last three years because of his political beliefs and and again the only one of the only comparable things I can think about is is back when Allie got stripped of his title because he wouldn't enter the draft for the Vietnam War okay. I'm not saying by the way it's not I'm not playing what about is. I'm just telling nine. This is a unique situation that this young man in his prime. I'm not saying he's the greatest quarterback of all time but he was damned good. He was good enough to play some of the best playoff games. I've ever receive good enough to have a ball in the air at the Super Bowl to win a championship for the San Francisco. Forty niners but I'll go back to something I said. Do you guys the other day. All this thing about well he had a chance to show off okay. Anybody who's curious about Colin Kaepernick. All they had to do over the last three years was bring him in on Tuesday and work out and make their minds up for themselves. Either we've exposed Mike. I think we're I know you and iron agreement that does that there was a Cya move on the NFL's part in the first place so down the road nobody could ever say you're never give them a chance. They sure are we did. And and that and he continues to muddle the waters you know. The League is thrilled. Bob They say. Hey we're game game is chancey. Didn't take it Yup. Yeah no game and he. He created his own thing. You know and he didn't want to do what we offered him so he basically spat at the chance that they were giving him now. We may sit here. It wasn't much of a chance to weigh. You set the thing up. Why would anybody participate in that? But they're going going to hold their ground and say we we offer them what we offer anybody and he didn't want it and he set up this publicity event and Mike. It's more than just wearing a quinta contain shirt. Everybody the in the stands was basically. They weren't wearing a shirt but they wear another shirt with support. It was it was it was a homegrown movie opportunity. And and then he didn't speak to anybody anybody he just makes them. which is which is something that I hear from a lot of people now including people who support his actions? They're critical of imber saying you you don't you don't speak everybody else speaks for you but you don't speak you don't do interviews. You don't do anything you just kind of sitting and hold the martyr position and the only only speaking he did was on that cell phone where he said. I've been denied for three years. I'm here you've seen what I can do again very controlled and here's a question that I would like like to put out to you guys I because I've pondered this. My mind is who tried to find an end to this ongoing saga if a team worked out on a Tuesday the way that they work out other. NFL players and signed him and put him on the bench and he sat on the bench behind a quarterback who wasn't hurt. Where would we be then would there because for single now? Why aren't you playing him now? Note he would he be satisfied. This violent Sport Mitch Not in a sport where guys go down all the time and he has to know that nobody's going to sign him at this point to to be a starter ahead of an established. NFL quarterback. And I WANNA ask you. Because I'm still not clear on this. Who controlled if he had gone to the other the NFL l.? Sanction workout. How come they didn't want any film of that who control the film of that the NFL? Yeah yeah that's what my understanding is they control the film of NATO and he wanted publicly. I don't know if that I don't know what the norm is. I can't imagine that the norm when players Ariza worked out is make the film public. Have you ever seen public film comes in. But if you're having you're saying well wait. You haven't let me play for three years now. I'm back on the field but you want to decide who gets to see what I did on the field. You can see that. That's at least a little counter. Intuitive from his point of view counterintuitive perhaps but not inconsistent with what they do but then this thing was kind of a weird thing any because as you point out normally just work out a player on your own you comes in on a Tuesday. When was the last time? The League organized a workout on a Saturday for an individual player courses unprecedent. Right idea is totally unprecedented. The answer what. What do you think Bob if he ended up as a backup on some team? And what would that put an end to this would he. I mean some people look you. Can you can never account for all of the people all the opinions all thought somebody would clearly say as you said Now they're still sticking it to them not letting them play. Someone would say that now but I think it would certainly have ameliorated the situation a lot better absolutely played. I have two questions one is do we have any idea. How many teams actually saw this to start with this one eight was it and there were supposedly teams that representatives immediately headed to the airport upon hearing was going to happen and I his Mike? Final final question. The ultimate question have we reached a Yogi. Berra moment is it is it over is I mean. Is it now over there. Is Anyone we in terms of any possible remote chance into whatever play or in this league now. Do I believe Colin Kaepernick will ever play in the National Football League again. That's my did not know I do not I. I don't think we've reached the yogis moment. It's over unless there is somebody who comes along who gets fed up with all of this? Who's privately privately been sitting on their bile and says you know what we need? We need a backup quarterback into hell with all this crap We're going to do it but right now you'd have to point to me which owner is going to do that because in the end this is not about coaches and this is not about general managers and we we all know that at this level and this kind of public relations thing the decision gets made by the owner so point me out the owner in the NFL. WHO's going to stand out and take that stand you do that? And I'll say that's where Albany Oregon. It just was going to say maybe kid. Maybe Al Davis Mrs Kit and Jon Gruden could could have enough capital when this is over to have brought the raiders. Back this quickly to to say yeah. We're going to bring them into backup. David wouldn't that be something right across the street from where he used to play. That would be wonderful. Okay before we move move on to college. Football word from our friends at kronos krona snows. That like many organizations maintaining a modern workforce of hourly full and part-time part time workers can be a challenge. This is especially true for human resources professionals working hard to attract and retain all the best talent that's why Cronos put. HR payroll talent and timekeeping on single cloud based platform. It's one specially designed to give. HR professionals supporting a blended workforce a whole new level of confidence with it. They have everything they need to tackle. 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Following week against Michigan where Jimmy Harbaugh's entire basically career and stay at Michigan is on the line against. Oh Hi oh state and then the following week if they win that in the big ten championship likely against Minnesota. Who's having just a ridiculously good season that nobody knows got to make a bit? So what what do you think of the Ohio state buckeyes chances of running the table on well when they when we see them at their best. This year was the opinion of many people that that is the best and no reason to think that they can't win out and and fulfill their destiny. So I'm saying I think the the chances are very good. I expect them to win these Games. Oh Yeah no I listened Mitch until I see something differently against Penn state or the team up in your area area coach Harbaugh. Okay until I see something to dissuade me. I think we all agreed that Ohio States the best college football team in the in the country and and when chase young is on the field and by the way just a quick glancing aside here I hope he gets some love from the Heisman Committee and I hope it just isn't automatically automatically given to a quarterback even though he's missed a couple of games because do any of US dispute that he's probably the best college football player in the country so they put on the single most of show of all I think okay when he's on the field and they are intact they look like the most complete team because let's face it. Lsu doesn't play a lot of defense. I mean L.. Lsu Got Rung up for thirty seven points by Mississippi last Saturday even though they scored fifty eight themselves. I and and there are great concerns about their Defense Mitch. Nobody's worried about the Ohio state team. Now that may change in these two big games. They've got three big games actually if they win the championship too. But I'm both sides of the ball. They look the most complete if they if they run through these. These three games in dominant fashion the way that they have where they really haven't been tested by anybody that they've played you. You have to make them the prohibitive favorite to win even though big ten football is not the same as sec football and this is the thing thing we we all have to remember. It sometimes is apples and oranges. You can look really good in a particular conference and just look hopelessly lost. How many times this is Notre Dame looked like a good team until they get to the playoff and then it's like what the hell are they even doing there? But that's a mean thing comparing them to Notre Dame in the playoffs match took a hand up in the back of the room. I see a hand up in the back of the room. was that your hand no. It's Oh he's I got a C.. L. E. M. Clemson. Yeah Yeah Dot Com said hat as an interesting story. Because they're the rap you know they're they're their their help rap on them. They play anybody and you're right the conferences. They just got through playing what looked like the most formidable team of opponent the standing in their way and in the ACC see see this week and they beat them forty five to three forty five to three so they. They're going to be there saying we're going to be heard sooner or later. One thing about Clemson should they're getting in their surest thing don't assures thing of all to deny But they maybe the surest thing to get in they are far from the surest thing to win a game once they get into that playoff they have however. Yeah but would you bet against them. Yes we've we've seen from that really yes. I would bet against them in every single game in the playoff. There's nobody at all. The other teams are better than them. You wouldn't pick them. I'm to be jewelry stolen. Not just you know not an eye test may not know. I think there's some there's a there's a there's a cog in that machine. I'm telling you but they have Dabo Sweeney and Trevor Lawrence coming back from last year. Look at Ohio State Ryan Day who who turned forty this year and Justin field. Who didn't play for Ohio state before if you want an exhibit A.? As to how you can turn football programs around or how you can continue on they are. They are Petri dish of this. They brought in a brand new coach coach and a brand new quarterback and they look better than when Urban Meyer was coaching. Them it is. It's astonishing how how Justin fields and them are going to play when the when the lights get turned up in the first or the second final four game. I'm not I mean how state just saying that. Just listen. Yeah I love Justin feels I love this team you just turn me praising them on both sides of the ball but until they get into one of those games but you don't know nobody knows Mike but if you can only base it on evidence go look at their look. Look at every single game. Ohio state played this year. There were never close. You can't say that about Clemson. Clemson almost lost. So all I'm saying is last year. Did you actually think when we went into another Alabama Clemson game that that that that class was going to kick their harassed by twenty four points here. But this isn't last you know but the kids Dylan quarterback coach. They still have Travis N.. T. and come on I think fun to watch. I think Clemson is in an enviable position. Because they are going to get in and They are going to be listening to all this chatter if they wound up playing when they wind up playing on Ohio state or and Lsu and they are going to be ready they have a coach. That's been there and done it and been there and done it. And they now have a pedigree that matches matches anybody in the last half dozen years. And I'm just saying I'm not I'm not don't that they were going to be heard from what I'm seeing. That's Okay Ohio state if they win out to get to the playoffs. We'll have beat the number nine team in the country. The number twelve team in the country and the number ten team in the country to me. I'm putting my money on. Hi I get that all already. beat the number fourteen Wisconsin. We already know. These teams had a better schedule. The CLEMSON is we. Does we knew that that coming into the season but guess what the Times with Clemson won the national championship. They were playing the same schedule. Thank well the teams were tougher. battle-tested tested means something to me. Mike and Ohio state. I hope it's not I'm tech. I'm not saying there the twentieth best team in the country. I'm just saying of the four teams that are going to get into the playoff. I'll pick the other three against Clemson. Really radical hold on one of them is Oregon. You're going to pick Oregon Oregon's not getting a whole whole very well might well. We'll have a discussion about that when that happened. Meanwhile Ohio State Penn State interesting game because Penn in state should have been should have been undefeated coming in here and that poor quarterback who is getting death threats because he He happened to throw some interceptions in a in. A loss to Minnesota is just beyond me. Minnesota's a great team. You know there there there. There's no shame in losing losing to them. But we'll see if penn state can can rally back and do this on the road against Ohio State and then that Michigan game is GonNa be really interesting because it's over honestly if Ryan Day and a transfer quarterback beat Jim harbaugh again after urban. Meyer's gone whatever the the whole nation the whole Wolverine Nation will just throw their hands up and say we are never going to beat Ohio state. Or they're going to say Jim Harbaugh can't get this done. We gotta start with somebody else. Go Get Urban Meyer some ridiculous thing. So that game everything is going to be on the line and it is in Michigan. It's here in Arbor so this is a really tough three weeks for Ohio state and I'm just saying if they come out of it unscathed they have all my money on on all right. Let me ask you this again. I'm going to ask. This is the second time I've asked asked you and I'm not asking you odds on the game okay. What what are the chances that this is Jimmy? HARBAUGH's both Sham Boeckler upsetting Ohio state. Twenty four to twelve game. I think it was twenty four to twelve. Yeah when I put Michigan. I'm I'm not saying you've put him on the map match. You know hardly but put them back on the map as a football power on that one Saturday in the sixties slim. mm-hmm okay slim. I mean states just loaded. They're just loaded. And then I have guys that it would have to be Herculean. It would have to be mistakes. Stakes a blocked punt a fumble and just getting getting revved up in the energy of the moment and being sick of losing to Ohio state. And doing pure you're talent. Wise Michigan doesn't match up with Ohio. State they just don't it at almost every position But anything is possible if we've learned anything anything from watching sports in the last decade. It's that every time you think you got a favorite in any sport you are upset and you're surprised so But that would make thank you. You brought up a great parallel. If he does that it would be the equivalent at this stage of what Sham Boeckler shocking. That was at the time of Michigan was crappy be program at the time you know. The people in when Boche in Becker was hired the headline in the Detroit paper said Bowe who question mark. Nobody even knew who he was does. So he got brought up from Miami of Ohio to a crappy Michigan Program and in the course of one season beat that the the biggest top gun in the nation in the final game of the year. And you talk to guys like Dan. Beard Orphan Jim branstetter and guys who played in that game. They're still talking about that game and it's fifty two years ago set by the way as we are having this conversation because I just looked it up not only is it like fifty years ago. It's fifty years ago tomorrow. That Michigan won that game from Ohio state in Nineteen Sixty nine column there Mitch. I guess I was just thinking that they're gonNa have to hang up and go right back. Give and I guess this good. It's very nice we really I I just can't I feel real. You got me fired up. Mitch I'm going to fast forward to that playoff right now because I wanna see some tigers bearing. Yeah we'll we'll be we'll have apart. Listen listen and Argon and the Oregon and Utah were hanging around. In this thing they both go to Arizona they both play Arizona the Arizona. Yes they play the Arizona's okay and now before we get to a brick conversation about some basketball game that was played in the NBA. Last tonight again. A word from our friends across chronic knows that many organizations maintaining a modern workforce of hourly full and part-time workers for them. It can be a challenge. This is especially true for human resources professionals working hard to attract and retain all the best talent. That's that's why Cronos puts HR payroll talent and timekeeping on a single cloud based platform. It's one specially designed to give. HR professionals professional supporting a blended workforce a whole new level of confidence with. They have everything they need to tackle. 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And and all that but yes they they seem to strike up an instant rapport and and I don't think that's going to surprise anybody that the kind of questions that surrounded you know Westbrook and hard and do not surround Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. The nature of their game. Aymeric under partnership is a different thing entirely so there was certainly nicer. Early returns in one. Leonard makes the makes the two a big play at the end blocking a shot to save the win in overtime. But yeah it was. I thought you know the clippers should be ecstatic now. The only problem is he. Injuries factor. You know we Leonard is still you know has to be treated very carefully. They're each going to be managed minutes and I believe I saw that quote of to to immediate future there at both both going to be very management's for both of them well this isn't. This isn't jest in a vacuum the unification of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George what makes them to me really appealing as a potential. NBA Championship is their your coach and the surrounding cast. Guys like Maurice Hark Listen Patrick Beverley and Lou Williams the Yen Harrell. That's that's cool parting shot Lou Williams by the way. Don't you think so Mitch. Yes I think Bob should do that in about a minute. Okay so you've got a minute to write it but that that when you look at the formulas of the the marriages of superstars that have worked in the NBA when they work. It's because the rest of the supporting cast works with it and not just shoving two guys together. We've seen that tried in Oklahoma City and in Houston and to no avail I think this is is a great assemblage of complementary talents and I think they can play defense to Bob. Yeah and and and that's going to be now. The Lakers have surprised everybody with how good their defense offenses. And if it becomes that kind of thing man that's going to be a great series and those are GonNa be Great Games when they play one another and something to look forward to. But it's really hard to think. Think how do you defend now the clippers when everybody's healthy because You could just see in that in that case you got more help. But what you're saying Mitch's you'd think they've got more help than Lebron Davis do I do. I think I might give. Lebron Davis a slight edge in terms of if you add up their numbers of talent lint can just both incredible things but beyond that. Yeah the other guys who are playing with them are much stronger to me. I think they have a better coach on the the clippers. I tell you what the coach can i. Just throw in one thing and this is like a teaser. Think of this as a teaser. For next week on the sports reporters. Okay there's something that we need. It's to start discussing because I think it's interesting just because of the perception that the NBA is the hottest thing going. Okay because I just for a second of Mitcham Bob. Why do you think the ratings are down and down? Pretty you know significantly analysis this season too long. Do they start one of the things I keep hearing is maybe this season should start a lot later then. It does and somebody suggested Christmas. They're never going to do that. But all there is a proliferation of games. And it's just very. I wish I hadn't been following the Story Story Mitch but but a lot of discussion is being held about the fact that they're a little concerned about their TV ratings. Well you know. My my guess is that that has more to do with the distractions of the rest of the world and the entertainment and the Disney pluses and all the things that have come along then and it is a sudden disatisfaction with the length of the NBA season NBA. Susan's been eighty two games for as long as I can remember. It didn't suddenly get longer. I liked it. Didn't you like the sixty six. I kind of liked that sixty six game. I think that there was a lot of noise. Coming out of the gate with a lot of these is teams you know. Let's see what. What Lebron and Davis looked like together? Let's see what Houston looks like together. Let's see and then golden state you know literally fell off the map and now I think you're in that period of like okay. Well it's November. How important is in November? NBA Basketball Game. I imagined by the time the year is up. It'll it'll sort of even out but you know. TV ratings sinking is a story. Mike in in in every fee everything in every field in every area and all the rest no no matter how interesting you try to make it. It's because everybody is just getting. You know a niche divided by their cell phones or their their their particular APPs or their programs. Rams are there audio books or whatever it is so I don't know I I wouldn't sweat that too much of NBA. All right. Well Listen I. It is time for our parting shots and I think I came up with another good column idea. I don't know how I do it. I think so. Does that mean you're going to go. I know I just think Ryan should go first because I think I handed Emma Damn good idea time for your party chance to reflect. Go ahead. Let's now let let me take a stab at it okay now. The enormity of the man's achievements sneaked up on me so I can't chastise anyone else for failing to recognize the greatness of the man's career career but there is a very special NBA player. no-one rhapsodised about last night was another night at the Office for Lou. Williams the talk following the clippers. Ot Win over. Boston was about the first sighting in L.. A. Of Leonard. Paul George duo and the effervescent play of the irrepressible Patrick Beverley. Hey there's another guy not getting his due. Oh and by either way Lou. Williams had twenty seven. No it should be more like. Oh we played Williams ed twenty-seven This was the ninety first time ninety first time in his career. He scored twenty or more coming off the bench. You talk about taking somebody for granted. Now he's on route to third straight. NBA Six men award. The A man is now thirty three. You know he was not a one and done he was a nun and hello coming out of South Gwinnett High School in Memphis directly to the NBA. We may not be talking hall of fame but we are talking about a phenomenon and a major weapon Lou Williams. I just want you to remember his name. Every once in the Yankees finally released `Cocopa ellsbury on Wednesday. It was the end of the worst free agent contract in their history. They signed him away from the Red Sox after he was part of the Red Sox. Sex Two thousand thirteen world series winning team the game around one hundred fifty million dollars for seven years. If you're keeping score at home and want to do the math on this sky it meant that last season the Yankees had nearly a quarter of their payroll tied up with one guy who didn't play a game. Ellsbury another Guy Giancarlo Stanton who played eighteen eighteen during the regular season. Not only did Ellsberg keep getting hurt. He sometimes sustained another injury while he was recuperating from the latest injury then vitit landed him on the injured list. When Yankee fans think back on this time with their team they aren't GonNa remember him playing at all? The last time he played a game was in two thousand seventeen seventeen. There is no way of actually knowing. Now what Brian Cashman. The teams really smart general manager was thinking before he threw away money on a guy who skillset was remarkably remarkably similar to a career Yankee like Brett Gardner but he did Ellsbury got paid. Oh man did he ever now he gets twenty six million more dollars dollars to go away Jacoby. We hardly knew Ye. I know it rhymes Mitch but I'm not sure the Yankees WanNa set it to music it. It was fifteen years ago this week. That Indiana's Ron artest and Detroit's Ben. Wallace got into a hard foul situation Layton a meaningless NBA game in November. And then all hell broke. Loose players are screaming. Our test went and lie down on the scorer's table. Wallace threw a towel. Adam are test jumped up. A fan threw a beverage. Chatham are test ran up into the stands and next thing you knew fans were on the court players were fighting. Players fans were fighting players and the whole thing went down as malice us in the palace. The fact that it wasn't even a playoff game is often overlooked. Yes there have been some bad blood between the Pacers and the Pistons off the previous postseason but no excuse for our tests to ignite that kind of bedlam for the rest of his career and to some degree post career. Our test is most remembered for that Malay. Winning earning a championship with the Lakers didn't change that. Even changing his name to Metta world. Peace didn't change that. It's a cautionary tale to a guy like myles Garrett who decided decided in the meaningless minutes of a November football game that he needed to take Mason Rudolph's helmet off and hit him in the head with it. That event is likely to follow Garrett's career here the way the incident Detroit fifteen years ago followed its participants. People may forgive but they don't forget just ask Ron R. Test or Meta world peace. He's or as many still remember him. The Guy who started malice in the palace. That's going to wrap it up for today's program. We do the sports reporters podcasts every Monday. Monday and Thursday. So we'll be back after a big weekend football on Monday to talk all about that. You can get this podcast wherever you get popular podcast on all the platforms Apple Stitcher Pandora Adora spotify. You name it if you like what you heard. You can leave us a comment. 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566 Atlas Obscura for Kids; D-Day Sites; Lisbon 2019

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566 Atlas Obscura for Kids; D-Day Sites; Lisbon 2019

"When it comes to choosing -cation, the kids will never forget Dylan. Theorists of atlas obscure knows some truly bizarre destinations. All of these places aren't places. You would actually necessarily want to take a family vacation or even could go. He's written a new guide for the world's most adventurous kits d day expert Ellwood fund cyborg recommends what to see in Normandy to commemorate the events of June six nineteen forty four if you want misery that any question values the national cemetery at Tohfill, so mad about a mob age. It's also a busy time of year in Lisbon. Everything happens in June. We call it the month off the popular. Saints guides from Portugal is ready to enjoy their charming capital. They are doing lots of beautiful renovation in the facades. We the tiles with the as lasers as we say, find out what's new in Lisbon. Explore the sites of the battles, and surprise the kids with the world's curiosities on today's travel with Rick steves. It's a trip that many Americans rate among the most moving of their lives will commemorate, the seventy fifth anniversary of d day with the advice of historian, Ellwood von cyberworld. He covers the sites. You can explore from the allied invasion of Nazi-occupied, France. That's just a bit and guides from Lisbon update, us on what to see and maybe even what to skip this year. When you visit their lively city, the world, really does offer an endless parade of wonders for travelers hatless obscure started as an online collection of bizarre and obscure places and things around the globe. Then it became a bestselling book to stimulate curiosity at an early age. They've now published the atmos- obscure explorer's guide for the world's most adventurous kit, it profiles, one hundred of the most extreme mysterious and weird. But true places across forty seven countries for a look at what they've found we're joined now by atlas obscure co-founder Dylan thirst. Dylan. Welcome, thanks for having me, Rick. So you use the word extreme in the beginning right off the bat. That's a trendy word. And it does resonate with people, what's an extreme site in here we use the word extreme because we wanted to sort of frame, what kind of book, this is all of these places aren't places. You would actually necessarily want to take a family vacation or even could go. So, for example, snake island on the coast of south Paulo, the only people who are allowed to go. There are the Brazilian navy and you have to get permission. If you actually want to visit snake island in trouble with the doctor, don't you? That's right. You have to travel with the doctor who has the, the anti-venom with them just in case. So that's a take the kids. Yeah, exactly. It's a wonderful thing to know about not something we are necessarily advising and you make a summer adventure around. So that's the extreme also opened the book with a, a beautiful sentiment. You're inspiring them to reach out. You say dear adventure, we're about to tell you, one of the greatest secrets to exploring are you ready here? It is. Is you are already somewhere amazing? So that's gives you a peek at the philosophy this book, doesn't it? That's exactly right. And, and one of the things I've been going around and giving presentations to groups of kids in cafeterias, and libraries, and one of the things I always try and get across at the end is bring up wonders that are close to wherever we are. So it's important that it's not just about, you know, someplace in Australia, Peru, that there's a place in rural New Jersey, that is just as incredible and has a wonderful story to be told. It's reminding them that it's about a frame of mind and less about, you know, putting miles around the world. Yeah, you say this book is your passport to a world of hidden possibilities. I love the, the don't need to be rich. You don't have to have a passport. You don't have to have parents to take you to China. You can be wonder struck by the world just by going downtown. That's right. I had a good personal example, not too long ago, which is I grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota. And it turns out that a couple of miles from my home is a lab. Called or 'field labs that was home to a place that was nicknamed the world's quietest room. An anorexic chamber where you could sit inside. And I got to do this, slowly, you're able to start to hear the sounds of your body, and it's really wild. Experience is a perfect example of lived there for fifteen years. And I had no idea that was there. I love that. And it also just inspires kids to think of science as part of exploring the world. Clearly, you could look through this book and not leave your living room and kind of venture into zones where you, you get excited about science or excited about history or excited about nature. You've got a chapter on the, the super collider and a ten thousand year clock in Texas and way above Norway, this fall barred global sea devolved, talk a little bit about those from kids point of view. Yeah. I mean a couple of those and just to explain how the book works you travel all around the world. But the connections are the Matic. So you might start in Texas at this ten thousand year clock this clock. Is being built and is made to run for ten thousand years. It's going to take once a year, and I think chime everyone hundred and, and that's an example of long thinking of sort of thinking about the future and then fall barred. The seed volt in Norway's, another kind of example of that similar idea where it's planning for a long, long time in the future to keep genetic diversity safe. And so we wanted to sort of show kids, not just wonders around the world, but some of the interconnections and ties between these things, so it really takes a young brain to new zones that they might not have thought about like the future. That's right. And, and it lets them kind of make exciting connections and hopefully opens up questions. So you tell them about the cashew Chaka in Peru. The last Incan bridge. That's woven out of grass and has been remade each year for hundreds of years, going back to the, the height of Incan empire. And then you connect that with the root bridges in India, which are grown out of the roots of to fight because Alaska trees, and hopefully. Out of that kids come away, thinking these bridges are incredible. But I wonder what other kinds of, of Arbor tech sure, are there other buildings grown out of plants? Does this exist elsewhere in the world ideas, hopefully, this sort of sparks, many more questions and Qwest's Arbor, tech sure I love it. And just kid to be exposed to that a kid even at ledge supposed to that you kind of go now when I'm exploring the world I can look for Arbor texture. We're talking about the wonderfully weird places and things kids like to explore right now on travel with Rick steves our guest Dylan. Thrace his cO Pounder that miss obscure end the co author of the new hatless obscure explorer's guide for the world's. Most adventurous kit. Their website is at the subscriber dot com. And when I read through the book, it feels like a celebration of diversity, as, if you've got an agenda, not to be looking at the world from an ethnocentric point of view, which is a real challenge for a lot of Americans, especially in this day and age when I think we're more fearful, and we tend to be more ethnocentric was that accidental or am I picking up something that you actually have a political agenda here? You're certainly picking up the right tone. I don't know that it came in as exactly a political agenda. But I think the core of Alice obscure is about celebrating the diversity, and plurality of the world and reminding people that what they think of as normal is bizarre to other people in the world, and, and, you know, the things that we think are on our quite regular and mundane and other places. And so just to celebrate some of that diversity is where you derive joy in travel and experiencing the world. That's definitely baked into it. But I for me, it's almost a political because it goes, a little bit deeper than that it goes to like the human soul. Yeah. I was being a little silly to say political, but I'm just saying that it's unfortunate that being open to diversity has to be political in, Sandra. But what we're doing is letting kids know that our culture is not the center of everything. And that you could actually remind kids. Hey, the people on this planet, who sit on something when they go to the bathroom, or the oddballs, because most people don't need a toilet. There's these kind of Eureka's you get when you travel and you can gently we've them into this education that your book provides. You also start the book with a packing list. And you've got some interesting things included. I noticed a couple of things that I wondered are you thinking about something in specific. You have an Elta meter. Yeah. Well, we, we send kids these sort of explorers to very high in very low low places. So we just figured it was good to keep that in mind. You know, if you're going to be taking a submarine down to the, the satellite graveyard off of New Zealand that, that would be an interesting place to use that. And so. Aware that you're going to venture high and low, and you should be prepared. Exactly. And, you know, the packing list is somewhere between practical and acknowledging that some of these places are, are slightly off of a standard traveler out of like a Geiger counter. I don't I hope I'm not going to take my kids with a Geiger counter. But if you were going on offense, he trip, what would you need a Geiger counter for? Well, I'll tell you and when my kids are a little older, I would actually like to take this trip, even though people eyebrow shoot up, but to noble and we've run some trips as an organization to your noble bit. It's ironic because people think immediately of my gosh. Why would you wanna go to this irradiated zone rent, there's that history, but it's over time become in a lot of ways like a nature preserve you do. Bring a Geiger counter just to be sure and to check, but there's more radioactive background in parts of Manhattan than, than there are in much of Sonoma. So it's actually a very different and kind of a beautiful natural experience, besides all of the fascinating disturbing, kind of history of Chernobyl. So. Kids to think about something that they wouldn't think about otherwise -solutely and you've got goat treats one of the ten essentials. What are you going to be at treats for why don't you need? Go treats. Well, there's a few possibilities. But one, of course, is the, the tree climbing goats of Morocco and goats love to climb everywhere. But, you know, in parts of Morocco, you can see multiple goats hanging out in the trees, and we just thought it would be generous to bring them something ties to many times, I've wished I'd had a few go treats, but I didn't have your book. This is traveled for Steve's. We're talking with Dylan thoroughness and the new book is at missive skier explorer guide for the world's most adventurous kid when handy feature in the book is, you've got latitude and longitude you can actually type it into your smartphone, and it goes right to that spot on Google maps, and that's a fun springboard for learning to let the kids, delve more deeply into the places you feature in the book, and I think it just for us. This is a feature sort of across the website and the book for adults. A way of reminding people. This is the world that we all share. These are not fantastic. Made up places you live on this planet with all this wonder and incredible locations. There's this sort of grounding it in that Dylan. One thing I noticed about the book is, it's a little more honest, and thoughtful than some other older books in this genre. The Ripley's believe it or not kind of approach to the world. Yeah. It was it was important to us. There's sort of both when you're talking about strange and unusual things. There's a tendency to sort of have it be couched in this, isn't it weird, isn't it? So spooky isn't it? Whatever and kind of disrespect the subject matter. And the same thing happens with kids. So often times it really gets to be kind of almost patronizing to kids who actually at ages. Eight to twelve I think are quite capable of coming to their own conclusions about stuff. So we just sort of wanted to present these things in their Ernest wonderful amazement, and not tell kids how to feel about them. And I think that works, really well, I think kids understand they respond to. To what's interesting about these locations in the history and the science. So Dylan in that regard tickets to China and talk about a couple of things that you thought would be inspiring for young travellers to know about sure in China, we talked about the fact that rice sticky rice was used as a part of the mortar for the great wall of China. And presumably, if you went looking for, maybe you could sort of find you know, you can find archaeological evidence of this, and then we take kids to Mongolia, and talk to them about a library that is not a building. But in fact, comes on the back of a camel because kids, there are so rural and remote that the library has to come to them, and it's a great, we could have done a whole series of borough libraries in Mexico, and in South America. And just a reminder again that the way that kids live in people live all over the world is filled with delightful difference, and pluralism. And that is that itself is, is one. The wonders of the world. That's really the spirit of this book. It's the spirit of atlas obscure in general. I think Dylan Thurs. Thanks for sharing your atlas obscure approach to the world in a package designed for the world's most adventurous kid, thank you so much. Rick. You'll find links to our guests with the notes for each week show at Rick, steves dot com slash radio guide from Lisbon, tell us what's happening in their charming city and just a bit. But first, a top rated guide to the d day sites of Normandy, helps us commemorate the seventy fifth anniversary of the d day landings on June sixth. That's next on travel with Rick steves. The beaches of Normandy, hold the memories of thousands of soldiers and civilians, who fought and died during the d day landings of American British and Canadian Proops since nearly all of that generation have passed on we now have to rely on history experts to relive the stories of the liberation of France. And how that led to the end of Nazi tyranny in Europe in World War, Two some years ago, I had the pleasure of touring the day sites in northern France, with military historian, Ellwood von cyber Elway moved to Saint Mary Eglise to fulfill his lifelong dream of guiding others around the important, battlefield cemeteries, and memorials in enormous. Let's revisit an interview we had with him that first aired on travel with Rick steves ten years ago for the sixty fifth anniversary of the DD landing. I would think so joining us, thank you. I'm not supposed to be here. So why did you move to Normandy, I moved to nominate because I had a passionate interest in World War, Two for many, many years ever since I was a tiny boy, and as a certain stage in my life. I realized that the moment was ready when I wanted to leave my work, and I wanted to go and fulfill a lifelong passion by telling people about the history, we searched the houses for a long time, and we found a lovely house in the most historic town of Mary's. That was the first city that was liberated. It was the very first one to be liberated by the US then the kickoff point really that is great now do Canadians, and Brits and Americans. All go to Normandy, with the same sort of interest. Yes, they do. They must differently to people from all over the world on all coming to no money to look at what happened there on the sixth year and the subsequent days almost all of the world is interested in that part of the world. It's really quite incredible. Wherever I go. People sometimes ask you where do you live new say? Lease and they alright. They all know this famous, it'll town. I remember the beginning of saving private Ryan the movie there was a veteran going back to the Normandy, cemetery there. Yes. And his grandchildren. I think just didn't get it and they're all lighting happy. And he was really moved. Yes. How do you prepare people or what advice do you have for people who are going to Normandy to, to properly get it? I always ask people what preparation they've done in the sense that have they read any books and have they seen any films and the majority of people have done that the books, of course, any amount of books come to mind, because the Stephen Ambrose auguries MS famous both American historians. Many, many people have read his lengthy books on d day and that gives people a good of rule, well rounded appreciation of data and its subsequent events. So have some background before you go there. Indeed, I shit. I think that's very important and the oversee three films that is like an recommend people prior to that coming on one of those aged wonderful. Oh, film, the longest day made as long ago, as nineteen sixty three broadly, and it may be old, and it may be ancient and daring, they shot in black and white, and it's done. But it is a very, very good portrayal of the events leading up to data. Then, of course, you've got saving private run. Everybody knows that film. And I think it was a film that broke the mold in many respects of the portrayal of armed conflict, and then, of course, you've caught bound brothers. I think it's the sort of pinnacle, if you will, of realism, and that features the build up to d day from the eb, one perspective, the apple and put a few is it possible to visit d day and make it worthwhile as a day trip from Paris. Yes, it is. In fact, I would say fifty percent of the people that I take round they quite simply catch a train from Perez from the Gulf Salazar, and I picked him up in council, and we do a day's Toby it, it's a it's a short compact. And I take them back to count on station in time to catch the six train. And this is in that favorite restaurant by nine o'clock, Harris indeed, so many of us have such limited time. If you're going to be selective and have a powerful experience. What are the top two or three sites? He just got to see the sought, you must say without any question of dodges, obviously, you've got to see something or lease as you to read for the first time to be liberated. And then I would say. Plumbed hawk. And then I would say, I'm a hobby, culminating, if you will in the in the to the American national cemetery at Colville Soma, so punter hawk. That's where you get the craters and the German, he'll box is gunning stations and you get this dramatic bluff, feeling and imagine the Elliott climbing up that yes. And then Omaha beach, that's where you walk on the beach the center of the invasion. Yes. And then just above that bluff, is that where we have the American cemetery thought is correct? You almost beat. You're also saying that famous cemetery we always see us in days and what museum, do you think is the best one that captures the, the story of the Normandy, landings? That's a very hard question to answer. There are so many museums around that. And if you had just one museum to go to, I think the Ebola museum at sunbury itself, it probably will give you the most well rounded, experience my favorite museum is one in con-. C E N the museum and cone, if you will is trying to remind people that peace is the objective that we should will be no striving towards. I would. Not disagree without under any circumstances. But it doesn't try it doesn't attempt. So it's not a war. But indeed, it's, it's it says the lesson it finishes with Nobel peace prize thing. Yeah, indeed. I found it was a good look at war in the twentieth century and it celebrates the great Nobel peace. Laureates. Yes. It's very moving. But you're right. If you wanna real warm use Iem you can find it at you say the airborne museum of the American. That's right. And if you want one cemetery if you want cemetery without any criminal dot it's the national cemetery at Colville Soma above a mob, H. And what about a German cemetery job symmetry is the place cola comb. That is by far the most invoked save of oldie German cemeteries. Yeah. I thought it was very evocative. Because it reminded me let a German kits. This is late in the war wasn't Hitler was like digging deep for people to fight. Yeah, indeed. So you got sixteen year olds. They're fighting the twenty two thousand of them are in the amazing. I'm with the Ellwood vans, I. And we're talking about would be day in Normandy, landings in World War Two. And let's talk with Michael in Cincinnati. I really a comment on the what a powerful experience, it is to visit Omaha beach. You consider the blood and treasure that we left on it beach. It's such a beautiful place. It's meticulously cared for. It's a really serene, peaceful kind of visit and, you know, there's so much history there. I took my son in two thousand and five and we just really enjoy the experience. I always like to remind people by the way, that's when you look at the cemetery now the cemetery not. So it was a scene of fighting itself, it was a scene of German emplacements it was a situation where fighting actually took place as you. So rightly say the serenity the calm and the piece that exists today is truly moving and I go the every day in the summer, and I'm never cease to be moved by visiting this amazing situation. Michael, you're just reminding people that it's a powerful pilgrimage to recall, their and remember. The heroics of that day, aren't you? Oh, absolutely is, you know, you, you see saving private Ryan and Ken burns series. And you hear from the people who are actually there, and I just can't imagine the in a nineteen year old kid and guns firing on you. I just I just can't imagine what that would be like you see the viewpoint that the Germans had on his incoming ships and it really is, you know, moving experience. It's almost a shame for an American, I think, to miss that, when they go to false. Absolutely. Right. Michael had a good time. Thanks for your call. All right. Thank you. The kind of troops are Landy landing all around me as I speak. They've come in from the sea, and suffering down red white and blue parachutes down the just about the best thing that we've seen for a Goodman, ours with the seventy fifth anniversary of the d day battle. We're glad to present you an interview we first aired on travel with Rick steves ten years ago with military historian, Ellwood bombsite, bold Ellwood has been providing custom tours of day sites for many years from his home base in Normandy. He includes information about the area and his team of guides at DD battle tours dot com. Ellwood also hosted TV specials about d day called the American road victory and the Americans on DVD which you might find scheduled again on your local public TV station. When I first started troubling. There were veterans from World War, One going verdone yes, no longer happens. Oh, I didn't think so. And I think that there's probably less interest in Verdun, nothing. There was. Thirty years ago. That's a very interesting statement. And I very often questioned many of my American customers as to that knowledge about the American Volmer in will, and it's quite astounding of I would say about ninety nine percent of them. Have no idea that even participated in on walnut tool, which is such a pity when I think back that you'll great general blackjack pushing off to his time as leader, the economic spent the rest of his life, trying to make sure that the American nation. Never forgot the American sacrificing will will one and I'm afraid that all of his work seems to have been virtually in vain, and you're hopeful about World War, Two I'm hopeful about war two very much. So because let's face it, the I will will was never recorded in film, in any way, the same way that sick removal has been recorded to the French remember our heroine in World War Two, yes, they do. There's no question that the French people, especially in the nominee area ever mindful of the American sacrifice in that area. And they are I would say without. Chris without, they always very grateful about the American sacrifice and the allied sacrifice in, in General Mattis say I was just at a beautiful mom-and-pop Chateau in burgundy, and the Ristic family, the noble family lives, there, they pulled out their fortieth star American flag that they flew over there Chateau on d day when they realized the allies were coming to love them. Yes, it was very touching thing yesterday. And I just believe from the bottom of my heart that the French always will be thankful for and remember what we did with the British and the Canadians and our allies. We Muslim figure the British the Canadians, of course. Absolutely. We have Mike on the line from Georgia, any comments for Ellwood. Very boring thing. I've been to Europe a couple of times, and I visited the cemetery in Luxembourg city. And it's just an awesome sight just knowing the amount of sacrifice the young men so long ago, gave I haven't been to the d day area yet. Is there any recommendations that you might have if I had to day length of time to take most advantage of it in that particular where would somebody sleep has a home base in, what would they do if they had two days to see the best of the Normandy sites? Right. If you want to days, see the best known decides, I would recommend that you stay in the very attractive, small town of bayou, that is a good central base from which to take your excursions. If you will by you is roughly halfway down between the right and the left-hand flank, say, if you talk about the right hand flank, right, hands like the invasion was Sutton, Margrethe's, and the left hand. Flank is a place westrom, which is way down to the British things and by us roughly halfway between those two points. So you would strike out on day one into the American end and then strike out on day two and then do the British invasion beaches and that would be a place to buy so self in by you is a beautiful town, which has a another invasion history. It's got the famous. Oh, tapestry in days, because that was from where the Normans invaded England in one day we all know from the middle ages. Yes. Yes. Hey, mike. Thanks for your call. We have David on the line in Pennsylvania. Doing. Good. Do you have a comment or question for Ellwood? Opportunity to visit a number of different places throughout Europe. And I always make it a point to try to see many of the World War Two. Historical sites have been to France and to point the hawk in Omaha beach in the d day site. What I was really interested in finding out was with regard to the United Kingdom. Whether there are any of the airbases where the b seventeen flew from I had family members that were in a seventeen crew and was wondering if there were any spots, still around of those airbases where you could see those. That's interesting question. Now, you'll have to understand that I'm not an expert on US Abbas in the UK that all remains of USA advice. Isn't it sets? Remember that in Norfolk and Suffolk. There was literally hundreds of them, hundreds and hundreds of them. It would be a question in your case of finding out, which squadron you'll relative with and that would be easy. Then find out the name of the Airdrie him or the name of the village, which the address would have been near and from that point, of course, then it's simply a question of getting out on the ground and going that. And having a little ground. Now, I do know that many of the old flight control towels of these old veterans on now listed property, and all being restored, in some instances, by the local council authorities so that for you, you do have a good chance of preps finding out the remains of the German, which from, which overlordship, foo be seventeens, outstanding, if there's any websites or anything where that type of information could be researched. Yes. Oh, I a suggest would be imperial womb is Eum at Duxford now. Ducts would itself, of course was a World War, Two F, and that is the imperial will museums FOX base, if you will from, which, actually, it'd be seventeen itself does fly regularly during the summer this hundreds of aircraft there, and that would be the place. I would suggest you go. First of all, to start your research, now, there's an Imperial War Museum, actually, in London also. That is one of the best war museums in Europe. Indeed. It's awesome. Don't miss that on the south Bank of the Thames. I believe, yes. Also, Dover has a great World War. Two museum is the pricing. Ligo there to see the Roman lighthouse, and it'll castle and you realize it's wonderful battle Britain museum leave and Eden camp outside of York is a prize winning museum in award winning museum, a former prison cares. I think what we got prisoners talks about the British war effort lotta great sites in England to work into your itinerary. When you're going back there, two hundred about World War, Two his, I'm speaking with Elwood bonsai Bolton. He's an Englishman, who has now moved to Normandy to. To follow his passion, which is help visitors understand, and appreciate the sites and the memories and the lessons from the battle of Normandy. We have damaged the phone from Bellingham Washington. Hi, dan. Thanks for your call. Mike overnight. We have a kind of break chain college. And we got take about two and a half months Europe. And just backpack around the US full of like fun excitement. But we really wanna go to Auschwitz. And we're kinda wondering how to prepare for that. Is there a guided tour or should we just kind of walk around ourselves? I can probably handle Auschwitz and then we'll talk about how do you handle this heavy duty stuff, but I wish I think of all the concentration camp experiences is the most powerful. And when you go there, there are audio guides there's a movie to watch, and which which is actually two camps. There's the original camp. And then there's the huge camp nearby but cannot out and you wanna make sure you see both of those as a side trip from Krakow, the broader issue Ellwood. I'd like you to talk about for Dan, is you're going to Europe. It's just fun in the sun. And it's late and happy. And all of a sudden you're going to go to corridor cer- Ghana town that was murdered and burned Lifton rebel because of a Nazis, getting even with the local people for killing one of their officers or. You're going to Normandy beach landing sites. You're going to a concentration camp. Yes. How do people handle that? What advice do you have for that? The advice I have people is that you read about the events that transpired in a place, which, you know, in advance is going to be emotionally difficult for you to get to grips with. And that is the best preparation. I can say and the other thing is that always say to people that take a guide if you can on my first and only visit to us fits was, I went with a guide and that enabled me to keep a hold on my motions because I switched. So it's almost impossible to talk about the feeling which you have when you first start on this most terrible of locations and I was afraid, I was literally afraid very apprehensive about how I would react to the situation, and this was very helpful and kept me kept me going kept justly, may along kept things moving along. So I didn't have time to become overruled. I've found a local guide. And I spent a whole day is fits, and, and if the term, I don't think the would fascinating can be applied hit, but it, it led me through the day, and I came out with a much greater understanding of Auschwitz as a place and voted represented in what happened there. But I found if I remember right to have found a local God in Krakow, and we drove in this God's call, and it was an extremely informative day. And that's what I would suggest you do go to Krakow, that is far member of Rodney Jewish center that and will provide you with a with a top right guide who really know what that talking about new get exactly what happened and you will come away. Much rich for that experience. May I say thank you very much for your call. Ben so L would I like that idea that you would be with a person who does this routinely to keep you grounded and so on and not get too heavy about it? On the other hand, it's a it's a life changing experience to see these inspirational sites. And I celebrate the opportunity to actually come away from my trip with an understanding of, of some of the tragedies in our recent history. And I also promise myself to remember my feelings, and my emotions and go home and think of myself as more tuned in and appreciative, citizen of the planet that can really work hard to help us known from history, and not repeat it the elderly, that is the most important message of the day. I think that's remember where we've come from that will bills ain't goes give us an understanding of where we're going to exactly it's the best and most powerful souvenir of any visit to Normandy. I agree. I've been speaking with Elwood von cyberworld. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you very much for eight seven seven three three three seven four two five. Is our number as next, we get tips for best, enjoying the Portuguese capital of Lisbon. You can send us an Email at radio at Rick steves dot com. With a revitalized waterfront and renovated historic districts, Lisbon promises to be one of Europe's most appealing destinations this year. It's a city of around a half a million, where the Tejo river meets the Atlantic and comes packed with plenty of old world, charm, and interesting neighborhoods to explore we're joined now by guides Christina, Duarte and cloudy accustomed to help you plan a trip to their beautiful city, Christina Klaudia. Welcome ruined the born dear. Right. He Christina and cloudy. I noticed that. Lisbon is there's a lot of investment in the city. The waterfront is more people friendly than ever. It used to be an industrial wasteland. The wonderful avenue Libertad is like the shuns Elysee. It's got trees. It's got outdoor cafes. It's got new cobbles. I love what's going on in Lisbon. What is your observation cloudy about how Lisbon is transforming before our very eyes? I think it's very important. Well, if I see that we the Eisele, a local that still leaves ING the solos are tight. Maybe they say, oh, this is too much, and this, and that, but Lisbon it was important to do works not for the tortoise but for the locals itself. Yeah, so yes, they are doing lots of beautiful renovation the facades, we the tiles with the as lasers as we say it was the beautiful colored tile. Yes, yes, they still even if when they are doing new buildings, they keep the tiles Dulles as laser. All right. And then they are doing lots of renovation, in old areas like alpha mode idea now. It's in Mauri that they are taking actions. This is an interesting thing as Lisbon becomes more fluent and takes care of its neighborhoods, nurses, gentrification. We also have the risk of becoming like the Rahm bless in Barcelona, where you lose all of your personality, and it becomes one big tourist shot. Christina would is Lisbon concerned about in that regard has been is right now more likely than ever, because those areas that were residential areas, but they were pretty dark in the evening, and there was not much people around, because, you know, you leaving the place you don't go to the restaurants. I mean you don't go to the restaurants, every day, you have your home you eat at home. So we these new population coming more tourists. So more. Cafes open more restaurants. So it's good. And the cities are more lively, in the evening, you have people in the streets, and till very late, like midnight, one o'clock in the morning. Thing that in the past, you, not see you were kind of scared of getting our environment right now is full of people on the streets in the evening. Now, that is the good part. I fell in. Love with Lisbon in the autumn. That was the old salty sailors cornerman to be honest now. It's become less. Lively in it feels like it's lost something. But there's a new neighborhood, which is kind of the new alpha can you describe Maria is exactly the other side? I'll pharma is the hill of the castle to between the castle and the river exactly. Overlooking the river so it means that it was through all the centuries, always the noble part of the city because it was the harbor, and it was where everything happened. Now motor. The we are exactly on the back of that hill. So on the north face literally were the Moore's live, exactly. Would that be the workers or the lordly outcast imigrants? Yes on. Exactly. That would be the cheaper neighborhood, exactly a long long time ago long long time ago. Exactly. Because it was not that handy. For the, the grave and bay and the merchandises trade today, it's just bursting with little restaurants, little restaurants, because when it was no longer possible to leave in farmer. So gentrification started, and they had to move to somewhere and they still wanted to stay in town. So they went to the less expensive part of the city. So to the back of the hill to the Becca, the hill know Claudia, the Moriya is this characteristic long forgotten. No recognized colorful neighborhood. It's no coincidence. That, that's where Fahd. Oh, came from. Is that correct? Yes. The father music will, I guess, start by the name of it Fatuma. So it's a letting were that means the destiny right estimate. The destiny. So yes, it started in those rates. Those whose name was famous wasn't the most famous well. Sara was Molly who three rigors she by the nine thousand nine hundred and nine but nowadays, we have other very famous singers, such as Marita she's pretty famous an mortar. She's also the streets of moral RIA last year, and there is pictures on the walls of the great fato the pictures on the walls of the population that those will leave their that. It's very interesting, the way Lisbon is doing this. This is travel with Rick steves. We're talking about Lisbon with our two to regard friends, Audi Costa, and Christina Duarte are phone number's eight seven seven three three, three seven four to five and Heidi's calling in from San Diego, in Portugal for couple years as a child and have had the opportunity to return many times since most recently in twenty six t I with my in laws and my four children and my husband and they loved it. They had been to Italy. They had been to Germany. Many parts in Portugal was just wonderful in factory came home. They told their relatives about it and relative. Who had usually visited France inside. It's also visit Portugal. So what was it about it? That was so lively to them. It's a different culture. You know, you expect it to be Europe. So you kind of thanks, they're typical France or what, you know middle ea- but it's, it's different it's its own country. And I've seen a lot of changes over the years, I've visited as well which your guys alluded to when you were in Lisbon, stumble onto any good pastries. Oh my men, talking about pastry, another thing I appreciate about Portugal, and that I love probably because I if there's a child as well, but their food and their pastries are very different people think croissants or Strudel's. That's not what they do in Portugal. They do amazing things with eggs and just all different kinds of pastries. And that was one of the joys of taking my family that hadn't been there, there was senior them to these foods. Remember egg tart, but sell the not the yes, we're still. The not to that's the generic term for if you live anywhere in Portugal, but I, I sense, a little bit of Lisbon pride here Klaudia. Why didn't you say bitch still blame because everyone knows the push stealth? Bustos a pace. Right. Might with puff pastry. But still relying was the first but still the Natta. Okay. Lie Mellon museum in Lisbon near the beautiful monastery there. And it was the monks that start doing the recipe for the cake, at Bill B L E M corrects and there's a famous place there. They create thousands of these messes, secret recipe. But I find all over Lisbon. There are little neighborhood bakeries that crank out this show. The Indian onto contest lease makes a contest every year for the best of the year when it gets famous, and they say they have the best pastry, but I think it's the sort of interesting dynamic where it's the best pastry because they make a lot of them and they sell them hot out of the oven. Yes. And if you get the best pastry three hours later, it's not the best. You want it still hot out of the and if you feel long line of local people waiting for their little, but you have a few little coffee, shops, in downtown area where you find the same very good push indicates, and they're also, you know, worm, and they are just wonderful. Can I add one pistols, the Belay there's often a line going out, people assume that they want to get there? Still, the believe they go thin in the line. Well, you can go in and sit down, and there will be a server that conservative for still the believe right there. You don't eat the wait in that big long line. It's beautiful inside. Yes. Loco. Eighty you know what to do what you are local. Don't tell them the secrets. Sit down, you'll be served as sort of counter intuitive, you sit down. You be served faster than the people who wait in lines. Oh. And they got their powdered sugar in the cinnamon. Oh, it's so good. Heidi, you're making me wanna fly back to Lisbon. Thanks for your call. Guide still has been our Christina, Dorte and cloudy accustomed as they help us get ready to enjoy their city, our number at travel with Rick steves, eight seven seven three three, three seven four to five Rachel's calling from San Jose, Rachel. Do you have a trip coming up to Lisbon do? So. I will be traveling with teenagers a thirteen year old and an almost sixteen year old and we're going to be spending about a month in Spain in, and I have a trip to Lisbon plan for two nights. And I know that they're just going to be a little bit tired of seeing the cathedral's in the museum. So I'm I'm looking for something. That would be great for teenagers to do with teenagers in Lisbon, first of all, I have to go to bed for Portugal, thirty days in Spain. Today's in Lisbon got to revisit fair. Okay. But Bella, I'll leave that to you. Now, let's say you're, you're a mom with two kids, two teenagers in Lisbon Christina. All right. I like the nation's part, what is called the park business owners way. We had the expo nineteen hundred. Eight it is a brand new district of the city. You can visit the all Chenier him and the best aquarium known as a beautiful aquarium. I mean, and even if they say, oh, aquarium is for children. Don't, don't you go because it's beautiful is managing and all that park is also magic, you can rent by some bicycles and then going along the river, and you'll have some of course, shopping malls, and, you know, teenagers, they also like to look at our way, most great shopping mall. It's, it's a wonderful architecture, these true, and, you know, architect or something I just walked in there, though Spanish or get. I'm talking. Mother or a fifteen year old and a twenty year old. And I know that it's not for the shopping, but they like to see what the other kids, I using these involve get off the pain. And by the way, Rachel, this is part of the nations, and it is a big train station there a metro metro station called oriented for the orient the orient metro station. Yes. And then is it Calatrava? That's designing this hub this trend theatrics. It's very beautiful look like palm trees, or even though it is Spanish, it's very beautiful. Oh, of course. Another thing in downtown area that they like to do is that you have now this kind of scooters that they like or they have tours. Actually, they are sun tours. Tuk tuk. Yes. Or they ask them towards also with segues and the kids like to do it. But because the city is very it's lots of Cobo stones. I would rather visor to do the way to know the segue segue in Berlin district, because it's flat and smooth another thing that they will probably enjoy if it is good weather. He's taking the train from Lisbon to kusc is so C. A S C. I S is thirty five minutes along the river. Ngo Shen, you stop in cash price for the beach and he's just lovely. And it's just a nice break from all those cathedrals that you saying that you are going to see now you do have Lisbon overrun. No. By these, if you've been traveling in India, that little Texas, there are three wheel tax. With a with a canopy over them. And they're kind of a noisy problem in Lisbon. But if I was a, a mom or dad with two kids, I would consider hiring one of these tuk-tuks, they're independent business people, and they pretend like they're tour guides. And you arrange for a price and it fits three people, quite easy three too because they actually apt to six with. Girl right now. They are mostly and then you have a character who's your driver? And you have this fun, little unforgettable experience on a three wheel motorcycle, and you go through town, and it's a lot of fun. And if I can add, I think it's so fun to use one of the funicular cable cars. They will enjoy. It's all the time of San Francisco but speaks Portuguese minutes much. Have fun rates. So thanks for your call. Thank you so much. Probably pasta and Christina Duarte are guides to this year's highlights in Lisbon Portugal on travel with Rick steves, our Email address is radio at Rick steves dot com. Christopher from Long Island New York has a question in an Email. He said to us Christopher rights. I'm taking my husband to Portugal for his fiftieth birthday. What are some of the tourist spots that embody Lisbon that we shouldn't miss, and it needs to be LGBT friendly? So that's an interesting issue. We've got a gay couple here. They're going to Lisbon. I know there are certain places in Spain that are very, very popular and famous as you know, gay resorts in Lisbon is a gay couple of comfortable in the street. Yes, actually, there is not a specific place at I say, well, go to these place. I recommend this place over the other because actually lease it's gay friendly. We don't put it's not even a issue with. Issue is like every restaurant will be good. Every hotel will be good and any, any bar, beautiful bar, overlooking romantic overlooking places that I can give you a tip forty sore. Yes. An adventure where would you go for a nice romantic dinner, nice romantic dinner? I like by Tyrrell Thome and invite. Geraldo, there is the independent that has a rooftop, that is beautiful, and you can have DNA over there and having a beautiful view over over the castle. There is also another called the roof, which is in overlooking Maria and overlooking the square and also rooftops because as we have lease one is all done all the hills. Yeah. So the views are amazing for a bar if you would just go for cocktail in the end of the evening or the sunset, that is the most beautiful sunset time of the light of lease when he's the sunset, there is a hotel now farmer called memo of Obama, and go to the bar over there, because it's overlooking the river, you think that you, you are out of the world, because it's, it's very heated not everybody knows well. Now, everybody will know it, not necessarily romantic, but very beautiful dinner is I just it was my favorite discovery last year when I was in Lisbon is taking the ferry across from Lisbon to the fishing community directly across, and there's a right next to the ferry. Doctors a beautiful fish restaurant. What is the name of that town cassia? Yes, casinos cassia. And they have less of legal yard is this restaurants of, you just get off the ferry you, turn right? And there it is. And it's got a view of the harbor of Lisbon and says asked fish and it's filled with hungry locals. You know, there is another part of the city that usually, we don't mention what I think, is in my opinion. It's really nice. It's called L contra between the city centre and Bellingham outcome. L. C L E secretary. Yes, was saying, former industrial area that's become trendy with lots of. They have the dogs, also nice restaurants, little restaurants. Good fish. Also, you have view reverses word for ducts, Dhaka's dot cash, the oath, he ASO VS for the DOE cash, that would be the industrial. That's trendy. Now, there's so much to think about if we're going to Lisbon Gaels calling in from Albany, Oregon gale, thanks for your call. Hi, yes. I got a little bit different question. We're going to be staying for two weeks in Lisbon, visiting Fanta but not staying with them and not having a car, and where would you suggest and what's the state a little bit longer term rentals in inland will Airbnb is so popular these days, and if you're staying for a while, you'll save a lot of money by not staying in a hotel and staying an Airbnb. Yes, I will recommend that. Yeah. And then you're in a little community you feel like you're settling in, I don't bother with an Airbnb for one or two nights. Because I just like the hotel service. But if you're staying for a couple of weeks, you wanna go shopping, and stock your pantry and feel like you live there. And you could choose a good neighborhood with Airbnb. I like Seattle. Assoc- H. I A, D O. She area I like it because it's very very walking friendly to everywhere. We want to go and from that Shiro everything that is around by route to bicker Santa Catarina, but you have a huge choice of apartments, very nice apartments in that area or gale have fun. All right. Thank you, survive weeks, in Lisbon. That sounds great. This is traveled. Rick steves. We're talking Lisbon with their two guides Christina, Duarte and cloudy accustom. So let's just finish. Our discussion by reminding our travelers that if they want to go during festival time, there's a lot of color and in food and passion. What is the best season for festivals? In those spin definitely June. Everything happens in June. We call it the month of the popular saints, the patron saints. So lease been celebrates its patriot saying that he sent Anthony. So the twelve to thirteen. Saint John in Porto, the twenty third to the twenty four and then in Sintra in many other, CDs, the twenty eight to the twenty nine hundred twenty nine off junior. But it's also the month of Portugal because we celebrate the day of Portugal, which is the tenth and the whole city of lease. Wena has the city's celebrations. So there is color all over concerts, all over also in our pharma, they do the cash affirma- that is just for Fargo you buy a ticket for two or three days, and in different venues, you just jump from one venue to another. So you can go to the tourist information site anxiety about that. And there's probably also a lot of travelers that didn't make reservations for hotels wondering around in the streets looking for a hotel. So it's a crowded time, I think enjoyed it's really fun. Because I really recommend you. It's my favorite time in Lisbon, while he also has a local, it's really fun of you have some Greer. You have beer have sergeants you have. 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A moment of clarity?

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

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A moment of clarity?

"Hello welcome to the first maniacs of April following the longest mark. Since is anyone else. Tired of living through two significant periods of history. One after the other we have a period of boring news joining me down the line this week. Or two of our regulars Ross Taylor is editor over. At the ALESSI's Brexit Plug hirose civic to Auburn has unsurprisingly won the competition to be the first European leader to hit big red button labeled full dictatorship suspending parliament. All elections and others bothersome distractions The Washington Post says curves killed. Its first democracy. Can we you in the current circumstances? Do Anything about this shortly. The kind of government that the European project and its Various rules was designed to avoid. No you can't fundamentally because it's got too much plate to worry about Hungary right now. I think once this crisis is over. I hope that Lebron d'alene will actually crack down a bit and do something more than they really mild statement that she came up with this week which barely barely condemned Oban all. But I mean we're going to be very good at this bean changing laws for a long time that worked to his advantage. These lowest tend to have indirect consequences of which he is fully aware which will harm the things he wants to harm so when it comes to rule of the law in the country of course he's always on the right side. The question is then what do you. How do you match that up? Try to match that up to the EU standards for what democracy ought to be and it is falling more goal behind. I mean Auburn was an obvious candidate that Do you expect to see which other countries inside or outside of Europe Do you expect to exploit the crisis in this way that Poland to take advantage of it? Because it's been going that direction. Ready possibly Bulgaria. Gary is freedom of speech in terms of media. Freedom is very poor at the moment. And that's been a concern of the US so it's central Europe that I would worry about the most of the moment but it's worth pointing out that yes. He suspended parliamentary elections. We've suspended parliament and we'RE NOT GONNA have elections until May twenty twenty one. The thing that's different there is of course. He's done indefinitely and Boris Johnson wanted initially with crow virus. Fire Bill to do it for two years and he was being back down to six months which I think was a very good say Anton is politics. Dot Co two. Uk joining us for the first time since two retailers lasagna gate. What which which. I've now reports him to the please. I'm very mashed potato in my lunch sandwich. So the list of crimes is growing by the day out here. We can only hope this period. The emergency period comes to an end very soon out his his book how to be a liberal much like liberalism itself has been postponed to September. You can still preorder Annan. There's a cheery New Statesman of suggesting that corona virus could bring down the liberal world order When I was writing my wealth book is keep tweaking. The final chapter to accommodate the latest Shenanigans from trump. Is your conclusion Also work in progress. Well now I mean not reading because I didn't really get in that front page. I was under the impression that quite strong impression that the liberal world order was already been brought down and quite in quite a sort of vicious way and our job is to repair it. So what's happening now is when to come to a vision but you look around and most of the sort of subtle aspects of the different forms of nationalism already coming to the forest fringes. Unical Albany Oregon is the classic example and it would surprise Moore one thing that he has gone further than most. It's intriguing that he's he. His usual tactic is to Salami slice away with crucible deniability the manor. Which does things he hasn't done that? Here trump irritable it surprise anyone to learn that trump has tried to race as desperately tried to racial is the crisis unit the Chinese virus. And all of that and it probably wouldn't surprise anyone either that Boris Johnson whose money political success has rested on being able to harnish Harness national sentiment has actually been quite different in this respect. And he's sort of get that impression of how little he really believes in. Its or anything else. Frankly by the monitoring which is conducted over most of the things that we've seen so far broadly coincide with the sort of achieved. You would expect from these guys but it still way way to say how it's open pan out so in other words that fondue paragraph there is a good chance right. GimMe Gimme a couple of months here. Dodge police were using drones to catch people ignoring the lock down in the peak district. They were overseas very excited about the new powers but that was that was a big public backlash and they did seem to be out lies. It's not an encouraging Signed that You know the public large is quite a mindful of it civil liberties and then just. They're not just going to sort of lie down and take the drowns yeah. I think there's some of that and I think actually that the political crossing a generally much more politically literate when it comes to threats from the states to liberty than they are to threat to liberty from society itself from Ternate majority and in cases proving quite helpful. So far. So much of what's going to happen on. This is about social news that the extent of these two powers are even though that sort of stepping still very very strong indeed and a lot of the way please pay will be dependent on the way politicians respond to them. The prominent journalists talk about them in the public to which is why any sort of get you see quite a bit of it on twitter of people starting to question the police right now. They're out there risking themselves in public. You'll just home. You don't have the right. We need strong leadership now. That is exactly the opposite of the way that we should be behaving now is thinking. The State is taking a lot of power and only work if we exercise very very disciplined scrutiny of the things that I doing and trying to make sure they do not overstep. I guess this week is James. V and P berry north between two thousand seventeen in two thousand nineteen burn authors. Notorious Swing seat twenty nine thousand election. It was lost the Tories by mayor. Hundred five votes fall through four young children in Somebody. Who's looking forward to having time to take his daughter to drama and his son to football sadly a pandemic intervened we. We hope he's still enjoying some family time. James Welcome Aloe yes I. Although recording is focused is a great opportunity to have asked myself with. This is a very Very very rare experience in very much so after by both my wife is so great to be with you. And how how how how you doing you? Chop is as headmaster of Fritz homeschool. Indeed well if somebody they spent most of my time. In the headmaster's Office. I'm on quite custom to that environment. So it does feel straight going through mass homework with my eldest two and just feeling how how also guy feel still to be. The one stood next to my dad. Is He went back over the simple sums. I got wrong Fortunately nowadays you without using computer calculates check. I am not humiliate myself when I'm unable to do sats level maths in long division in an instance. Oh No it's going it's going okay. My my son yesterday rolled himself up more Yoga Mat. In what otherwise would have been doubling glitch. I think there are some inconsistencies. With what with what? If offset turned up they would approve approve of Bihar recommend getting getting plenty of exercise. They're not feeling particularly anxious. Aw burdened by the situation and they all do it a bit of work. So that's which struck a balance a musical background in the band surf. Inker and the fusiliers played Glastonbury with think. So Jimmy. You've got some kind of understanding of what it means. Not just the last two weeks be cancelled for those kind of smaller than us on the market. That really they don't have the kind of The kind of financial cushion that the. Oh to my half for example. Do you worry about that sort of infrastructure not surviving? This absolutely Mahal goes out to the self employed musicians and actually wear before this pandemic the concerns for Brexit. Were of things a lot of musicians passport. More intellectual property laws can look like with a US trade deals. Suddenly their very existence is under threat. Not just in terms of of work so it's a huge a huge concern to me. You'd have to spend too long getting to know before I eventually tell you that. I play the customer festival wing teacup. I made the point of saying Saturday. Eleven o'clock which Friends closest to me will make the point of saying no not eleven. Pm OF COURSE. My prestigious the more precipitous. Slow good good. I'm actually meet. Music is a great tonic for this guy sedation. And I'm enjoying. I'm enjoying discovering new music. And the Qasimi. Sending outs people as as recommendations. I'm I'm working through your one by one You spoken passionately about bury F C financial situation last year. I'm simply saying that the venues. I'm do you worry that many small clubs could go the same way and do you think that there needs to be a little bit of a new football socialism With with big clubs kind of stepping into and support them yet I mean. They need new. Respective of the current crosses friendly the NFL needs reconstituting with a national regulator and quite literally the expensive towns like bury football club. Aw in the shadows and forfeited that success because of the proximity city clubs quite literally Manchester City Manchester United the primarily in the success of Ali competes with Townsend. Football Cups. Very full in reality. There were there were a number agents. Play here a corrupt Owner and under an insufficiently funded and fairly useless current owner as well as press use this. Efl who have found sleeping on the job essentially they. They presided over the transfer of ownership fool club and then didn't ask to see proof of funds until the season was underway and promotion was secured and they then penalized the club and the fans of the town. So it's an absolute mass-produce. There's quite a lot of read across Fraum. How towns like moines voted for brexit. With a sense of things that they believe to be important or identify with being taken away from them by a power. That feels very distant or very detached from their from their daily Lars. This week Karenna NOMEX. How will the virus reshape? The global economy should changes to the welfare state. Be reversed once viruses beaten. Will Britain emerge into a brave new world of BIG STATE INTERVENTIONISM? When all this is over. Plus we'll be talking to Jane by his time as an MP and his marginal seat test which he hopes could turn round Labor's fortunes under its brand spanking new leader. That's all after some reminders from. Russ if you're patron back here you'll be hearing this past Thursday. Which means we've got time to remind you not to miss our live video stream. This evening we were so looking forward to remain asks versus the bunker at Square theatre but then well you know what happened. So we've arranged a livestream with some of the panel. Zun Tonight Thursday as little past eight o'clock right after the national round of applause. The jess hung out to be a window. Baio Pans Chiro. Nha Zeros and then come inside to catch up on the data's monumental events the next twenty four hours. We'll be answering some of your questions to. It'll be much better than sneaking into Boris Johnson's number ten zoom conference. It's open to everyone and you can find the invitation log in details on our patron page. Just search Patrie in Romania. We Are Hugely appreciative. Patron backers the longstanding supporters is. What is the many new people who continue to sign up and especially so now? The money's becoming so tight many many thanks. We can't do this without you. And we are very grateful to everyone of you. Thanks for us. I this week. We're taking stock. The government's efforts to support people in businesses affected by the corona virus pandemic. The markets fluctuating like Niger. Frosties heart monitor when he hears that his ventilator was made in China were now on track for launch recession than teeth eight meanwhile the UK still refuses to contemplate extending its transition period ounce of the EU in our national corn teens. Board is closing and someone on huge change in demand affecting trade is is anything behaving normally or is this the kind of events that the the sort of changes every kind of trade he I'm. There's some areas that are already sort of doing better so supplies to people's homes and I guess the soap industry is doing very well at the moment For the vast majority of stuff I mean everything is closing down. The world is essentially on lockdown. And the question is what happens when we start coming out of this and that probably weren't being a big bang right. I mean that's GonNa Happen. Pretty slowly and we presume happen within. Societies is the result of testing when people have found immune. If they go they can go back to work so to be quite a slow build back and you have to you. Don't want to be anonymous gay but you have to look at it and thank you take you take sort of Donald Trump as China for instance. I mean he's always hate China he's he's inconsistent on almost everything in his life. You know immigration gay rights. When was everything apart from trade? He's always really really hated. China and Japan on trade. I think he built in the seventies and eighties this view on you know when the manufacturing in the US partly because of the rising interest rates on the vocab but also because there was simply more competitive going over to to Asia and not basis. You know when things are poorer when people are struggling more when there is more fear and scarcity around in what were would he respond if he is still in power and the onset of that is pretty clear we we. We understand the manor which will respond to that. So I don't know it could go away but you'd have to be a very very optimistic person. Indeed to think that this situation wouldn't play into even sort of animosity in aggression and trade parts. What sort of changes to the nature of work to expect to see a lot of people now acclimatized to working There's some talk of you know. Even some officers will be will be shrunk because they think oh we didn't. We actually do need everybody here. PAP some companies will turn to celebrate their turn to automation Do you think that the kind of the that a lot of the sorts of long-term changes are seeing in the world of work will be sped up? Well I mean I think I mean how this impact everything that anyone is saying on any subject during this period did have a health winning because no one knows what the fuck is guy. It seems to me that there's a difference between the technology and the cultural side right so coach really in terms of homeworking having sort of an exhibition right now just how easy that is for many jobs not many jobs to do and that might need to a more in on the standing of how people work. I remotely in just the opposite because even though you could say about an employer sure wouldn't it be easier because the machines get sick? They are going to be in a position to invest in capital goods are suspect for a very very long time if this thing is half as economically damaging looks to be not banks. These these things will go in necessarily the same direction will yet when reading about Take some research into automation. You know one of the major Factors the KINDA slave down. That shift is when work is cheaper. Car Washing car washes of the classic example. It's cheaper to hire people to wash car then to build a an automated car wash and I wanted to hear with kind of that. You know what what what's going to happen to the labor market in a lot of places. it just might be more efficient in coldly capitalist terms To use people then like you said to invest in mass automation. I'm rose you'd think people will return to their old spending habits by and large when they leave lockdown or could this be a killer blow for parts of the High Street which is already struggling yet or is it just going to be a magazine. Wins everything. I think that we'll be together on the part of a lot of people to use their local businesses in a big drive towards that. And you may well see the government in particular trying to urges to buy British and biological so. That may not mean the same premise. And I think more generally there will be a brief boom once. We come on lockdown and people say Oh my God Oh my God I want to go out for her I would go back and then it they will take another look. They were recognized that they may be can afford to do this very long. Because they just taking a pay cut or maybe made unemployed and any case they shops that will really suffer will be selling luxury goods basically and anything that is essential and I think we may well see those see those go under. I in fact you already seeing little bit trends towards Saddam. You're seeing businesses. That already wake like Kalu chairs were already in trouble. I would expect Pizza Express to be next to You're saying that it's closed down and that trend will continue will carry on hearing in the weeks and months born businesses going under. Unfortunately what would you put in the first post virus budget when it's not about sustaining things when that kind of in deep freeze but but boosting them when they're actually back in business without like a VAT? For example. I. I'M NOT SURE. I would cut the AC because it's actually quite a regressive tax it's not the most regressive tax but it's it's not as good in terms of leveling up which causes what the government wants to do as income tax with income tax. You can vary the tax bounds. You can vary the amounts. You can be much fairer if you want to be fairer. If that's what you want and so taxes will have to rise undoubtedly but with income tax. You can do that in reasonably intelligent ways which her people a bit less James. The government has rolled out the largest social welfare initiatives in our lifetime I'm obviously for very specific reason. But do you think this mark a permanent change in what people expect from the state a lot of times. Tori's tell people look you know you can't just have free so the money isn't there but everyone can see that. The government can find vast sums of money if only temporarily when it has to I certainly think he's change people's expectations for good. And also it's proven the governments of any color can be radical with bigger days if the political will matches the the moment and to have so soon after Kind of magic money tree in seventeen. And then the the kind of threat level being raised for the The Manifesto Very Party manifesto this idea that big spending and infrastructure spend Was going to bankrupt the economy. I think situation now where the Conservatives to be fancy she soon I think he. He's understood the moment. I think furlough is a is a big game changer. I think he allows for the return of the economy. When the time is right I think there will be touched roses But I think that also is as he's indicated. I great parity between employed and self-employed in terms of the income tax and national insurance. That is paid between the two but suddenly from a political point of view is going to be very hard for the government to suddenly say The twenty twenty five should be nat continues to be the objective to end rough sleeping when over the weekend. Local authorities will order to deal with rough sleeping in an instant so actually some effect A. He's not. He's not a time for celebration. But some of it is actually a welcome challenge to the status quo if if you consider that some of the patients required to change the way live on environmental awoke conditions on travel to work situation or indeed the benefit of being reminded family taught me and something I'm experiencing myself. There will be a kind of upside to this crisis. The forces us to negotiate forces to confront the change that we need because how futile things will feel to go back to single men sixty or the twenty five to trump to work to help call with your boss that you've been having throughout this time and I think you know. I think that that will force necessary. Change that will that will bring some welcome innovation so our economy and the to the political expectations that the politics performs within if we're going to achieve something bright now with this period of the moment it's a state of shock but soon enough. They will be some kind of political discussion about what is happening. We have to be clear about what is actually happening. Wh- decisions that are being made now. It's not rare in the past for right wing politicians to spend huge amounts of money. I mean Reagan. Did it took a huge deficit. You see the same thing from the Republicans actually on the bushes. Well over and over the Clinton had to fix and then once they're in a position the right usually swims around starts acting like it's broody desperately concerned about fiscal discipline and some kind of restraint there needs to be austerity now. The key thing now is to start talking realistically about what it is for us to spend money government and that involves stooping with this magic money tree thing cause the reality is they raise money tree and is what magic -tated thing on the standard. Just say there are consequences to spending the money but that does not necessarily mean that it isn't sensible to spend when you need to be spending especially when there's a lack of demand in the economy and if we have that conversation we might be slightly more offended about what the run would do in future. Robin Lang also be attacked. That will come in five ten years. I think that's why I think the The the fact that we've also got a Tory government in Which has added its political capital at the salon relation with a c? Increase How on earth they will turn around and and pitch to a public that is already austerity title fatigue from hysterically fatigue from brexit fatigued from Corona virus. And then say now we meet you austerity? That's just gone. We'll like we'll all your christmases compared to what's coming now. I think there won't be an economic or political will or appetite for that not least because in Johnson. You've got somebody who wants to be lights and I think he's going he. He will prefer to come out of this challenge. I think will be for him. That he doesn't become sort of the Churchillian sentence is thanks for winning the war. But then the Kea also Kia outlay comes in and takes and says we've got it from here. That's where there's an interesting an interesting dilemma for the Labor Party. And for me in the Labor Party as to how on Earth we find our space to occupy and given alternative to effect sheet. It's always gonNA keep spending investment leveling not because of opportunity the north etc etc in Ruffo Barrow very interesting piece in The Guardian. A running sort of those experiments that if right now somebody suggested brexit endangering supply chain threatening economic recovery. Whatever you would think. It was an absolutely mental idea. I mean we. We thought that anyway. But it's a good. It's a good lens to put on it and yet the transition question seems to Kinda gone quiet a bit like a like a band off mystically. Rescheduling its tour dates for. May is the gunman in denial and can it last. Is it just basically leaving it till the last minute before? It is sort of balanced the inevitable and then we are not so obvious thing and we just can't stop this fucking instinct in us right to just think well to to sort of project reason onto them when it comes to this issue and I think we particularly have that now when the government is showing pretty standard degrees of reason when it comes to dealing with grain of art does not say that has been perfect and it really really doesn't affect and I think when we come back to it. We're going to say the inaction of mostly February was potentially catastrophic. They're still behaving like new. Mu Rational adults generally speaking. So then you come back to the brexit issue and you're like well presumably. This is just a bluff right. We have thought about many times before over the last three four years we've sat at. That must be lucky. Must know what you're saying right now is catastrophically insane and when it's come down to it that is not what it was often was not a bluff. They often through my innocence of them. Now that he'd been this week you know when they're asked about the exemptions you the same old dog shit which you basically say. Oh we can't. It's it's in law. We can't change the day. We'll get it on this year now. They definitely waited on this year. The two negotiators have green of ours is unable to negotiate with you. We struggle to do put costs on a an quite how you're going to have a system that when negotiations of two countries trading relationships on zoom. That doesn't seem doable. I just don't have the faith to say there's going to back away from the abyss because everything that we've seen about that behavior on this issue if not the others would indicate that they are quite as insane as they try to make themselves out to bit. You also have to watch out for. I think danger which is coming on. As in her said it will be the rational thing now for them to press pause at the very least but we have to chat for the narrative. That says it's will so bad anyway. It's appalling what's brexit going to be? Compared with the impacted occurred virus. We might as well go ahead and do it and there will be that impulse and it's a it's a it said suicidal impulse but it will be impulsive. Says we've seen the worst now once brexit. What Brexit Bill? Now we lived through this and we have to be on guard against them James. This Michael Gov claims chemical companies weren't able to provide the necessary chemicals for cover nineteen testing kits. The industry responded that it hadn't been asked which sort of echoed the kind of confusion or dishonesty around the the EU scheme to bolt by ventilators where the government claimed it. It didn't get the email but now it says it was discussed with Back in January of these things likely to become scandals or is there a kind of craving unlock people's part for the government to be doing the right thing. This is not a time that perhaps you can kind of that. You would sort of celebrate Scandal I in a way that not actually early. The Not as well was the hancock question time proclaiming. They weren't talks of supermarkets. Who Then said now you know? I agree with that. That comment separate waste of a month. When we look at what was done in March I think there is a consistency of approach. I think the government prefers to be called in what it says even if it proves to then be wrong rather than except in the in the time that they haven't done that yet or that it's underway all the difficult thing to Campbell's written very wellness what we need in a crisis currency communication. We should include an honest assessment of where they have done enough yet but what they doing to resolve it and I think whether it's go Johnson Hancock to use those examples they are ready to be confidently wrong than accepting what. They haven't what they haven't done in real time so confidently states. Something that then turns out to be wrong is on saying protecting not acceptable. Of course whilst everything's one hundred miles an hour and even with an opposition from Saturday. It's going to be quite difficult to start to throw political Bob's in an attempt to to scrutinize the government. Because people think the general public is still review. The actually this needs to rally behind. And I've certainly picked some of that up in my communications in my own seat where offered through saw comment or Ideas than sort of by by some repute. Two all right. Y- Y you making politics of this and she's not. Paula is politics in this forest. It's a politician making a suggestion. But it's not. It's not doing things. He's trying to be constructive. I really difficult line to transfer for the Labor Party. Not least because the stories are spending so much money as well and finally Russ Bursa. Hancock diagnosed with covered. Nineteen Donna coming to his films. Literally running away from number ten this week subsequently self isolated You get the impression steering the ship right now and please say dominic Robb. Well that's tempting but no I don't think it is but I think actually it's like it's not me feel any better it slightly. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah because I think you saw yesterday him During the daily Corona Virus News Conference and I think while he's been waiting for this moment for some time He's probably the watch. It's good clock Cova clock and let's let's say he could be called SPO government without goes. I could totally see guessing. That is interesting that you said. We had enough of experts. And he knows he's the world expert is not being used when it's all about scientific advice and yet you've got both medical and science and banking sectors chemistry the whole host of expert but everything is caught up in in the to- scientific advice. They dan start referring back to experts being back in implied only now segment to the barricades. One of our panel assembles a mass demonstration via zoom for their chosen course this week. It's in turn in rallyists again so it seems to me like there is an capacity now to try to run do minimize some of the damage. That's happening to your community and everyone on. This might be a bit of a sort of carry around your own sense of community in a way restaurants that you go to the pumps the guy to shops the guy to every week the magazines that you buy all of that is on the life support table right now and you can sit down and just think can. I do to make sure that the things that I love in my normal life will still be alive when this thing is. I mean for a bunch on taking out a lot of magazine. Subscriptions type likely. Don't think I'm ever going to be able to read it just like these guys need help right now and you can provide it as a consumer and still get stuff that you actually might want the same for me with coins to just desperately trying to keep your local comic shop ovum because they're completely screwed right now and then thinking about restaurants in if they're even still can even communicate with them doing anything that allows you to get meals delivered from the if you can get vouchers from them and it's worth emailing just saying look if you're doing a voucher thing. I will do them now and just to think yourself. How much do I spend the nut up every week? I can give them that now and it's just free. You know free drinks later on for me to try to give them some kind of equity to keep them going at the moment and we'll fucking bored and rule quite powerless as to what is happening around us. At the moment you do have some power that to think about where the places in addition to any charts stuff you do the genuinely love and what can you do to help. I mean I'm afraid. Yeah that might be. The barricades is obviously basically. Just go down. The virtual pop by virtual coins asked do offer next. The Labor rates began way back in the midst of time. When we had to worry about is the triumph of Brexit's Tory landslide trauma. You could at least medicate with friends in the pub by Saturday will finding what most the country's a Simpson's December. The Kiss Star will begin leading position in the middle of a historic emergency. I'm into start with you. Hugs the contest changed anything significant. You have certain people enhance their reputation. Have some valuable ideas being ads? Ain't that really hasn't been any congest identity anyone's next any part of it and for the last month I'm going on knowing of radio until then and nothing. Nothing really changed that we didn't already know in the first week. Right light kissed on paying a canny. Not particularly thrilling game of trying to be as inoffensive to as many people as possible in order about front earnestness Rebecca Bailey being very very tedious indeed and bringing people around who reflected some of the worst sort of unit communication strategies of the Kuban derangement. Fake news midst of being extremely abusive when they had the chance to and these a nanny being food and interesting and I think probably the most dynamic of the candidates but no in my experience it. It'd be speaking to quite going far enough. To make people will veer off at a safe choice can Vija at the moment we really I would. If we go back to the sort of recordings that we did the first week of the contest couple of weeks. I don't the anything's really changed. From a period in any meaningful what James you won and lost you'll see under Corbin in those two very different elections twenty seventeen twenty nineteen Now you can speak freely. What did you. How'd you think history will judge the copen years? Obviously there was the the rise in membership which is arguable surprise. Midseason twist in two thousand seventeen But were there any apartment? Is there any sort of lasting gains off from a lot more members? I I did think he he flushed out. A A creeping technocratic or technical exercise that was Debilitating the Labor Party's ability to speak clearly simply an anti staticy terms at the time and I think might be the only credit I would give him in terms of having a clear through tate's opposition tossed Harrity time when the Labor Party was saying Labour's version of austerity Labor's version of a punch in the mouth will hurt you less therefore vote for us. I think also twenty seventeen election whilst bill on the confidence that some layovers how to vote for the Labor party in two thousand seventeen that didn't exist in fifty. We call underestimate how profoundly awfully campaign to reason may have an how dementia tax played out so strongly on the doorsteps of people who could afford perhaps to lend their vote to the party. Is I think he's well happened? In twenty seven scene because I remember watching the most recent election night near MP's like Bruce. Smith was the plainly furious on the nights How did you feel? I'm you said You you know. Bendel is a marginal It was a tricky seats to sort of whole Turkey to win can go either way out. Do you feel about the leadership and the campaign on the night brought up into four. Am which was an hour before the eventual result in bering off. I thought we would just about get through and to lose but point two percent. I think that will give you a sense of how how close it. It was one hundred five as you've said in a seat usually indicate which way the country was going We we share. We share a motorway exit with a with a town in Burnley. A almost that Scott its first Tori. Mp since nineteen ten so to come closest we did was was a kind of was cold comfort but it was a degree of and I it was an insight into the campaign. We'd run which was deliberately localized to liberty about keeping what we've go deliberately about keeping the faith in me in the word that I'd done two and a half Short years is the. Mvp My my reconciliation on the leadership. It happened sometime before. Then which was why. I framed the the campaign in the way that I did in bury north but yeah I am pretty angry and I. I think this marginal seat tests. That are challenged. The leaders the candidate for the leadership candidates. The leash upon is part of the anger. But he's to be constructive about the future because it strikes me that the the very people who were so confident in our success have gone back to their soundproof constituencies and have not been on the doorstep in a marginal seat the frames the electoral system that we have in this country and made the argument made the case interrupted parents at bath. Time for the kids or dinnertime to the family and said Oh actually know what we actually need. Is the National Ezell the renationalization of absolutely everything or and free broadband because tae telling people struggling to make ends meet? You can have anything you want for. Free just doesn't it doesn't wash people smarter than people understand the difficulties of these things and I just. In recent years we've been led by a whole number of people for whom pointing poverty for the sake of. Gaul at dinner speeches or conference hole into debates where they throw out bulbs about stories and how much we hate them And how evily all without ever then committing to the work required to actually become an effective opposition and then an alternative government given the permission to govern by the people you seek to represent and that is the frustration and anger that I still have about. The Labour Party's indulgent operation these these last years and some who took up the challenge to come to berry and his marginal seat test while they ate it was it was. It was pretty successful. I think we have just phillips very early on Day. One the campaign she. She'd launched on Friday night. She was there she was with us on the Saturday. We had a key. There are there after as well kids now. Being to bury three times. Lisa Nandy who has been several times not least because I also Mothers member parliament and she. She spent some of Living Berry. And it's very well known to these pots. We did have Rebecca Rebecca Bailey. Down to attend Her team having booked and reconfirmed it twice then pulled out a way to go because it cash for the hostages. That are being Dari for some months. Which is frustrating. We didn't then guess suggested Alternative Day in terms of deputies. We've had our jewelry. No we've had Ian Murray on Roseanne was down as well as emily. Actually only phone. Bruce down to come and we didn't get on the ballots. Didn't and Rosanna was down to to come at the end of March for push because I'm the corona far so it captured people's imaginations. It's got national attention. Because I think people understand it. People understand the seats like these needs to be one. If you WANNA be in government and I think it's quite interesting that those nearest very north Rebecca resulted in p. Didn't visit. She was actually twin with very north in the general election. Didn't didn't come once and so you know. She hasn't passed the marginal seat test for sure. What does what does that test. An experience on the doorstep. Tell you about what Labor needs to do to win bag. Voters lost to the Tories. I mean some of them. You know it's been a long term shift. Some of them could be lost for the good but The ones that you can win back. What kind of messages will do the trick we recognize there is a unity to embrace English? English knows English identity reclaim it from nationalism and repair is patriotism and redefining it and actually some of the conversations with bury football club fans informed much of my thinking about this. This is deeply held in towns and townships a DP is a deeply-held Identity. Should be enough that we should expect him to celebrate the success of Cities On towns are so subservient to to that success. Many people talk about you know about those things. Englishness and towns an identity. They often they oval. You know there's some overlap with critics of storm that just don't elect the person people associate with the With with the BREXIT policy. What was your experience like? How big a role. And obviously there are ways of doing both Didn't have to equate those things with brexit well. What was your experience campaigning? How big a role did did. The perception of Labor is being to remain E. play. I think if we'd had a better leader on a clearer position on it sooner. It wouldn't have mattered as March. I know Brexit is. That would've voted would have held their nose and voted Labour because of a different leader for me. Brexit was was another of the soap headers for me. We get leader that the command a perception of being in number ten Then I think that's where we're halfway there. I think what has happened since and again attorney. Frustration lay possibility frustrations is members. No knows no bounds when once again as a twenty ten when we spent felt like a year doing leadership contests. I think was six months allowing those board and Cameron to set the. There's no money left. Narrative and austerity necessity. Phosphor would now to this point the literally the world has moved on the Labor Party is not in any wants. Mind the moment as as being what what what do. We think they're going to say about this. We're still choosing a leader now. We situation where we're asking the candidates to choose to record to prerecorded victory speeches and everything. We're doing moment is a I if my children whilst they're being home schooled present some of these ideas I would say they need to be refill You know we really go to walk game again. And I think this profound the requirement to change as we saw you know from from Kenner can Smith Blair and on and on until this point and your former colleague Darren Jones We had him on the bunk diplomatically declined to handicap the shadow cabinet runners and riders. Hopefully you're you're free to speak your mind other any. Yeah no one can get you things from other any form about bench colleagues that you would like to see on the front bench understand leadership so I think to To Friends of mine but also to really impressive people thumb quoted heavy lifting these last years. Sarah Jones in housing team is terrific. And she's a shadow housing minister at the moment. I heard she will get a bigger brief and more responsibility and preet are gills. Well who's millions? Mp as well I think she's fantastic. Didn't international development team. They would be too. I would hope as 2017 intake. I think to start getting into the two thousand ten. Two Thousand Fifteen intake is to have you is deserving of getting something whether they are now that those are dilemmas care but I hope I hope if if if in fact it is I hope very much that the two thousand seventeen. Twenty seventeen pairs will get some recognition. Because there's some really really strong talent in the wrong. And can you see running again in two thousand twenty four hundred percent hundred? We've reached the end of the show which means it's time for the Brexit Bridge The government is big infrastructure so we decided to build a metaphorical channel bridge reconnecting the UK with our friends in Europe. We ask our guest to contribute a new brick each week. representing Something optimism and community James Frith. What would you like to add so big things is music? I spoke on the issue. Musicians passport says both the brexit and also the freedom of movement implications on the trade with the US and Europe. I hope very much that we will have a form of freedom of movement for European musicians and indeed Arrow musicians to then go and cut that teeth by gigging touring in Europe. The idea that this isn't just bounds. By the way this whole swathes of orchestras in freelancers. And I really really hope that That we can use that kind of cultural capital and put the by the economic and the emotional strings with the government to do something of musicians possible to to keep up proximity as close as possible. We'll be celebrating the end of lockdown with a FINCA reunion show. We were actually down to do a Labor Party branch meeting which sounds fantastic league citing. Doesn't it not not same as being on the same bill as kings of Leon in two thousand three? But yeah very much so and in fact we. We've all been in contact. My guitarist is a holder of staff. Which the time. I thought it was just ridiculous. I wish to decide kept as much of the stuff that he did. Because he's now go really interesting. Some very foes sharing where we will slimmer younger better looking and having a good time. I just would love a good night. Our words could mile. Yeah well that's the show. Thanks I guess James V two in kids man. Thank you and Toronto's Frankie Now. It's time for theme song deemed as a monster by corner shop and some thanks to latest patron backers for me to Jay's Johannes J. Deborah Parish Lettuce Ingram Lettuce Andrew read molly and rideout. Thanks for me to pizza London. Some you on covering calm. I Roach Rob Anderson Rogue Competition. I'm really Larry. I'm thanks to me to Cape Brandi McCarthy Taylor row London Georgia Lewis Alfie Bucket. And forgive me if I mangle ascending Marie. Dominique often look off to yourselves. We'll see you next week. Remaining access presented by during Linski with Ron Taylor and the end done what a production scripting by me aleks race. The producer is Andrew Harrison system producer. Is Jacob Ball? 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Jimmie Allen On Being A Black Country Artist + Lunchbox Prank Calls Zoos + Guys Get Their Pics Roasted Online

The Bobby Bones Show

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Jimmie Allen On Being A Black Country Artist + Lunchbox Prank Calls Zoos + Guys Get Their Pics Roasted Online

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I saw that big fish on your instagram and I was like Dang. He said. Where was that Delaware airs a black drums. Blind Tom and sometimes get red drum that some through I was a Texan Jimmy last night and I was like hey, why don't you come on the show I felt like our listeners trust. You can have a conversation because I know you and so I appreciate you coming on I. I was reading your Instagram the other day I point out something that you said Jimmy wrote. It's our job as humans to point out the negative treatment of people. It doesn't matter if they look like us or not. If the treatment of them as directly affecting us or not, if we see it and it doesn't bother us when you the check, our hearts talk about that Jimmy. Why did you write that? A lot of times we. It's easier to brush over things that don't affect us directly like you know say. A Tornado happens in Nashville, and you live in New York. You know or when you see. Injustice, Of people that don't have the same skin color view after like. If you're human, and you have a heart, you know, you should like feel some sort of like. Wow, that sucks gone through. What can I do to help and a lot of times you know help ease, and even really about money or time. It's about making sure you take each day than opportunity to show. Show love to someone else to let. People know they're not alone. Something you and I've talked about a few times. You know from prior two three years ago until now being a black guy and country music I'm just going to ask you. The question destroyed up. Like what is it like being a black guy in a format? That's mostly white. Dudes I know for me, You know. GROWNUP WAG up in Milton Delaware you know. My Dad's was country music on my mind. Let's to was. Was Christian music so. Being apart of Country Music Fan of something I've always wanted to do you know was a little, not really nervous, but just I thought about it, because not only do I look different, but I don't have the traditional country Music Sam. You know I don't wear the cowboy hat I. Don't wear the boots you know. I'm the black guy with a crazy shirts while Jane's and and. so I was a little nervous and I even had somebody one time. Tell me hey, you know. I Love Music I love what you do, but I'm not quite sure how to market. But for me. Instead of as a negative I looked at it as a positive I. Say man I have an opportunity here to be representation for people that look like you know I it. Let's young kids that look like me. No, you can do country music if that's what you WanNa, do you have myself? Charlie dairy? Make a guide and CAIN and Vance. Troy, Tony Jacks and it's so many people so for me. It's a it's been great, and and even though there's times where people might be a little hesitant, because I look different, you know. Country Radio made my career I had no career before a country. You know and and I always tell people like. If you ever questioned country radio, just look at my career. I've been blessed enough to have two number ones. You know the support from you. Bobby and It's been great you know from my label to. To The music lovers man. David. They've embraced me and that's the one thing I choose to focus on. She's the focus on the positive and not the negative. There's more people out there. That are willing to love you. And she's then people that won't and just hopefully through a positive attitude, and and showing consistent love the people that might be a little hesitant because you might look different, my solely come around because it's. Love Love. You know when you watch the protests on television. And? We're talking about the people. Maybe a little hesitant you. What would you like for them to hear from you? When I watch protests until totally? Yeah, because you know I I sit around watch the protests and I think the protests are wonderful love. It can't get enough of of people you know speaking to power and providing a message of. Hey we're all in this together, you know you have a lot of people. Protesting and I wonder when you see that you know. What do you want those same people that are going man I don't know I'm kind of hesitant on this to know you're fighting for. You know an injustice and the way people are treated. You know I. I'd say the best thing to do is whenever you see someone you hear about injustice. Put the face of your best friend or the face of a family member on that person. You know because thing that somebody's brother somebody's mother somebody's sister somebody's father. You know somebody's son somebody's daughter. That's going through that and I feel like a lot of times. The best way you can do is put yourself in. In that situation. you know I? I think it's a beautiful thing that people are out doing it right now, and with nothing to do right now with the coin stuff you take it. There's no distractions. There's no sports. There's no concerts. A lot of people aren't working, so they have nothing to do, but really focused on trying to do better with eleven, people and really listening and learning. You know I was talking to one of my family members of the day. And I said you gotta understand. People process and learn different. You know a lot of times. People have to unlearn a lot of things they've been taught and different ways. They view the world to be able to be open to process new things or how? It really is and that's what I had to learn. myself just with. Different things kind of how I grew up with my religion and things like that. There was so many things that I just followed. Because that's what my grandma taught me. That's what my parents taught me. And then when I got older, and I started doing my own research stuff I found out that some of the stuff I was taught. Really wasn't the way it had to be. You know so I just always challenged people to. Don't just be a yes. Man and a follower. Go Out, D. Research and educate yourself and try to love and if you love everybody. If you're trying to be a good person everyone if you educate yourself and you're open to learn new things. I think we'll see a massive change Jimmy Allen is on with us right now. Thanks for coming on to talk about this and I just want to be an encouraging to you to keep doing it not only to represent a person of color as a performer, but to be there for fans that are people of color, because seen a couple of country music fans post stuff recently where they've said Ya I. I go to concerts because I enjoy country music and I want to see my favorite artists play and. I have to Google the town. I might travel to see if racism is big there or I might have to concert and know if I stand up and try to sing along. A racial slur might get thrown my way. And, so you're you're representing the fans to and I just want to encourage you to keep being a voice and keep encouraging others to to educate themselves, and and Liman to yeah, whatever they're feeling I. think you said something in the beginning of the call. If you're not. If you're not feeling anything about what's happening right now, then you might need. To. Try to look at why you know. The one thing that I've been just doing with my my black friends are my black family. I've been telling them in the midst of. Wanting to get your point across. Deliveries everything because hateful words don't welcome a listening ear. You know and. You have to give information. Give your point of view, but still give people time to process things the way they need to. Because it's not about. The biggest thing isn't about me telling them. The biggest thing is about making sure people can understand and process things the way they need to. You know because I could sit here and just yell and Yell and Yell and nobody understand what I'm saying that the whole purpose of what I feel like this movement is you know I, feel like this movement is big on love and understanding, and and it has to be understanding from both sides, and when I talked to someone that might not see the world through my eyes as a black guy. I have to be able to be patient and explain it. The way they can understand it. Because at the end of the day is just about mutual understanding, and that's what we have to work toward. Hey, did appreciate the time thanks man good talking to you as always doing. They're doing good. Thank you for asking there. were, having conversations at home about this as well and they're trying to understand, but it's good. We need these conversations and they. Yeah, and then the I I can't as as a white mom. Know what they're going to experience in their life. Luckily, they're young right now, but I know when they grow up. That won't always be the case, but I'm trying to make sure this is reignited. My desire to make sure I have. Diverse people around them so that they have someone they can talk to. That will understand because I know I won't. Ever need anything. If you ever want me to talk to them or meet, come over and just hang out with them, so they could see someone that looks like you don't hesitate to call me. You have a number. You can get it from Bobby and. Been More than happy to do that, that'd be great. Thank you. All right. With me. All Right? If you're working twenty jobs, I know I know I got to pay the bills. Though you know that is after you man all right I'll be safe I appreciate. It Man Jimmy GonNa. Talk to you about see you later i. I was reading a story about a woman, and she had a baby, trying to name for the baby in her husband, and both of his parents were math geniuses. So. They decided to name the baby with something with math reference and named the baby cube. C U B E. What do you think the the name? Feels like I think it's it's cute I. Don't mind the Cube. I've heard more interesting ones that I wouldn't want. He'll is not that bad. But I guess it could be you know middle name. That's what I was thinking like. You know Michael Cube and then call impugn QB. Get made fun of a lot with the name Cube. That's how I feel about these. These odd names isn't going to school them in math. I guess, but then does he have to do math now. Dad's mad. Naming Michael Jordan junior like now. He's got to play basketball and if he doesn't live up to his dad. But most people online thought the name was ridiculous. I don't hate it. Don't hate I've heard worse. If your husband who was a pilot, said Hey amy this act. On a name, my kid altitude. or I'll T- aviator. Cute cockpit. Different. Because, it'd be flightdeck. Like you know little, Haycock, pick. That little cockpit. Not want the nickname that. You wanted to name him something after his job. That's all now I. Mean What would you? What would you do all the Mike? Mike. And then if you will call Mike, that'd be cool. Hey speaking of your husband. A caller had asked about pet names. We have the voice mail from that caller. Here's a here you go. Hi, Bobby. I have a question. You need advice I. Just started talking to this guy and he calls me pet names all the time. And then I watch him, but I haven't seen for a guide to all of that. I feel weird. Thirty five on saints, the coach is that guys okay. So yesterday, we said you know guys don't really care about name, but if you had to pick one com big something big daddy. Big Willie! So. Amy Tried this in recorded at the house. Right? Yeah, I, just had my phone. He didn't know was recording. He was coming out. He had just worked out in the. Lawsuit stealing big. And Sell I. Honestly I couldn't even say with a straight face but I tried. WHAT'S THE CLIPPERS? Why does saying I'm just trying to figure out ways to say big to him? Big. Daddy. You. Really BIG BICEPS! Big profit the first he was like. Can you play the beginning? Go. You in. This is real. And, then he felt ridiculous because you kept going going. Embarrassing Your back bears, it I guess. Is You to get used to it, but listen to the joy from his heart. That was his visceral reaction was to make that no. Time. Just download, and maybe he thought was in flying like. Pay Big muscles. You ever tell him. He was recorded. No. Nothing end up doing this. Listen know how he reacted until now. anyways, we, he's not listening. I'm sure, but don't you now see that we were accurate? I don't know the I can't. Wait again. Your Joy. Gosh I'm? Love so hard I'm crying and I I I. Don't know that I can keep that up. It's hard to say. 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He's got a real real real rasp about it and I was watching one of his Tiktok, and he's singing and trying to his phone with no effect right, there's no effect on either yeah I. Guys Really Good. What else in Jayco and said that spending all of his time at home because the corona virus has been a blessing. I realized when all this stuff went down. None of us were expecting it, but it's almost a blessing in disguise because all this time I've been saying I'M GONNA. Take time off and be take more time with my family, and all this like I. Don't know that I really would have done that i. just think it was one of those things that leaning to do, but. Here I am now kind of forced to do it. I'm Morgan number two. That's your skin. It's time for the good news. Box There is to hikers twenty three years old. They were supposed to go hike for a few days camp out and come back well the few days caused by. They don't return, so they sent out. A search party can't find can't find him nineteen days later. They see smoke where they've set afire days. They find him alive and. Nineteen days. That is a significant amount of time. What was it deal There was a lot of fog in the national forest, so on the first couple of days they got lost where they were going, and they never find their way back. And they did away at seven their backpack. They had stuff in their backpack. Just found little snails and stuff to eat for nineteen days. It can find a way out or they just stop and say we're going to build something. Let people try to find out they stopped, and then they built like a smoke, trying to send a signal. Hey, come get us to come get us in some finally. They were in the helicopter and they spotted the smoke. which is what they say do. If you're completely turned around and loss I say stay still people. People know your law. I watched a one of those I survived. TV shows once in a guy. Same thing happened him. He said the problem with what he was doing. He was walking in circles, so he felt like he was going really far, but he wasn't anywhere. I don't have the patience, so it's the same thing like. If a bear were stalking me I would just be like. Oh, no, I'm not supposed to run to calmly walk. That'd be like you know what screw it up and I would take off sprinting and getting same thing here. I would like from what you do. Here's the thing though having lived a large portion of my childhood in the woods. You looked. Treat a tree to make sure you're not going in circles, so if you're trying to walk out of a place because you can't get turned around, you look at that tree. You Walk to that tree. It's if you don't have a compass, right? We're assuming. You walk through that tree. You make as soon as you get there. You find other treating you walk through that tree. But even if we do have a compass, I mean it just shows you're walking straits. Direction not more so than going. I didn't know I was like. Aren't we supposed to walk towards north? Well. That's when you get in trouble if you're gonNA. Do you want to go a straight line regardless? Okay, all right there you go. That is what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Show. Yup. This story calls us from Florida and eighty year old man was headed to the beach. Get some sunshine. Nice Day out and he's reversing his dodge challenger into a spot. Got The perfect spot gonna hit the brake instead he hits the gas over the parking. Thing down the beach. Right into the water. He's how old. Eight years old now the question is is eighty, a bonehead or is ages old. I know that's where I I don't know. I'm going to say not a bonehead. Probably just a little too old to be I mean I'm looking at cards. Deepen the water, but again. I'm GonNa go with old, not a bonehead, amy. Yeah I think I gotta go so all. Are you hope it? Eighty I could still drive. Are you committed a so? Call him a bonehead lunchbox. Yeah, I mean if he's well enough to drive and he's got a nice car, so the year looks like he bought a brand new car, so he plans on driving for awhile and your segments. Yeah I've much. That's your boneheads story today. Let's play elder versus millennial first up is our elder Eddie. Let's go forty one years old. That's right. You were born in nineteen seventy nine, so he'll get questions. The nineties kids know Morgan. Number your the millennial you're born. Win Nineteen, ninety three. Very many years apart how? Eddie ready come. He's a question. The more you know, the answer to. Who Played Carly. In the NICKELODEON show I carly. I can see your face by on there her name. Her name is Barbara. Moran across growth sat again Miranda Cosgrove incorrect. Cosgrove it's cost Grove. Is, Cross Cross twice. Yeah, say it again. Moran across growth what. She's saying that L. G. R., S.. v. e. or something like that cross vote cross. We can't give it to a right might even though she is not going it. Say it again? Say Same Ryan Cosker. Same random. Miranda Cosgrove. Issue hearing what he's saying. Say Miranda Cosgrove. Maranatha. Miranda Cosgrove. Can't have it, but. Take on that okay? That's rough Eddie. Who Sings the song? Friday! Here's a hook. Jam. That's Rebecca Black. That's correct. What phrase do millennials use any? That means to return a diss particularly one related to a beef or a feud. To return a diss. Particularly one related to a beef or feud. Oh, okay okay likes like you talked about my Mama and Bom I'm going to return that back to you. That's a whiplash. Whiplash all the kids with lashing. That's incorrect. Morgan. I don't think I. Know it the. Slam clapback. Say the girl's name again carly. Maranda Cross. Well you just can't say that I. Don't know why this together just really messed. Eddie got one Morgan got. Zebra. Morgan over to you now miserable Eddie questions. He will. No, but you need to get. What, was the name of Michael J. Fox's character and back to the future? You ever see those movies. I know the title and I know there's car in them I. Don't think I know any characters. Jeffrey. Incorrect Eddie question again. I just asked. It tends ago. I know what was the name of Michael, J. Fox's character and back to the future Marty. Fly Correct. Morgan over to you. What's the name of the PBS Kids Television Show hosted by Lavar Burton, which encouraged kids to read? What's the name of the PBS Kids Television Show hosted by Lavar? Burton, which encouraged kids to read? Is there a clip? Don't hit it because it's in the actual clip. You know I don't know but. I'm just GONNA. Go with Laverne and even though. LAVAR BURTON! Lavar Lauren is really dating I met. That's incorrect. That's reading rainbow. Look. Out Book. Exam. That's one Morgan Stevie. Nicks is best known for her work as songwriter and vocalist for what band I'm GonNa play you a cup of the band. I'M GONNA be so mad when I hear. This is so deep in my subconscious that I can't find the word. It's like in there somewhere. I just can't find it, you know. I don't know guns and roses, guns and roses interesting incorrect Eddie that's fleetwood math correct. Ford. Morgan Three Eddie to. Still on the Game Nice job today. Thank you, man. I'm trailing, but I'm ready to take this. Guys can call us anytime. Eight, seven, seven, seventy, seven. Bobby here's Brian from North Carolina. Businessman. Don't get trying to make that money how you doing today. A little slower pace than you are, but Nineteen Launch Fox. Early, cried. Listening to that segment I listened to over and over and I'll bet I list of hundred tiles. That was hilarious. You guys are very. I'm a truck driver working at A. Speed that family. Making a business. What is it again? Businessman Making Mississippi Steele's trying to get that money so lunchbox called and tried to Tom. Brady's escalade didn't have the money for it really couldn't even get Tom, but you can listen to that back on the podcast. Lots more coming up in about thirty minutes where he calls the zoo because they have animals that have escaped, but the animals are like squirrels and butterflies. Oh my gosh. So that'll happen about thirty minutes or so. So. We'll do that coming up. Appreciate that call though thank you very much by the way. How are you feeling after the lemon juice challenge yesterday? Guys all day long my stomach just felt uneasy, uneasy and go for a walk around the neighborhood. I had to leave my wife and run back to the house. Because, I had. I don't know how to say it, we. Explosion. Diarrhea I had it twice. I told you all that was going to. Try to drink a leader of Limoges lunchbox one fifty bucks. I got him. We finally have been most changed the world for me. Just pay people. Sometimes judges see friends in just a dollar and also let me say this listeners. You guys sent. They've mommy money, and then I feel the pressure to have to find places to give it to keep it right. In so. I'll just look. Like ninety three dollars from different listeners throughout the day I'm not even sure my name is what is. What is it? Bobby Dash bones anyway so now all this pressure on Hey Stop Ben Mowing me money. I'm saying it now. Thank you very much. I was fun where I could we. We didn't masks Brennaman asking for it, so you must have been mommy anything I'm good, but once mark's got his money. You sick from other lemon juice. Oh, Eddie, you drink close to a leader. Will you sick yesterday? No Man, I mean I don't know. Maybe my body needed or something. Nothing changed maybe like that was the cleanse that my stomach needed at the time, but I was like it's going to happen. It's going to happen, and it never did. I'm fine well. Yeah. Good good, what and by the way I just take the I appreciate it I'm looking. Now have another seven dollars from this morning and Ben Moshe from people already this morning and I try to get rid of it as soon as I. Can I try to push it to good things, but I don't like that pressure anymore. And how do people not know? I would just steal it. You could you could easily, but if I was I, wouldn't say how you know I could. Anyway! Thank you very much. We did on twitter I. Think she's almost there this. Grow hit me up and was like. Hey, my dog towards acl. You see that Oh. Yeah, what is up with that? Well? The last I looked. She needed three thousand dollars donated, and said Hey, here's her link and then the last I looked. She was like twenty six hundred. Well you just need. Four hundred people have been million dollars, don't me? Page. Sorry what is happening here is just trying to help. Support for the bobby bones show comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans home. 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If you need mortgage assistance, the hormone experts at rocket mortgage available twenty four hours a day seven days a week visit rocket mortgage dot com slash bones to learn more call for cost, information and conditions equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states in MLS, consumer access dot, Org number thirty thirty. Let's go over to Morgan, number two with food world. AIDS time for food world numb with Morgan. Number two I'm pretty excited about this. Because I used to eat these all the time, their neck. Oh wafers, and they're set to make their return after a two year break. That's old people can. I don't know what those are explained. Nickel wafers. Is there literally like the waivers of you saw? If you saw the packaging to remember there, the original candy wafers, and then the little package kind of a clear pack is all slightly different colour, but they're all of the tastes like like smarties. Different they have different flavors. They come in lemon lime orange clove cinnamon win green. CLO-, flavor liquorice ill. Yeah, it's. Back in the twenties I think it was all the rage. Kids! Together and have a weather's Neko's. Now so they're bringing back, people candy. They're kind act this summer. They'll be on all store shelves. Well, let me say this that I think people unfairly hate on where there's original I still love, or there's original an person candy. Caramel hard Carmo so the packaging that makes not good good. Neck Oh wafers or unfairly being criticized for being people candy because they were around back in the day in Eastern culture. We appreciate we. In Eastern, culture. We appreciate elders. But it is all person candy. Are there any other candies that when for us? The kids now look at his opium candy, like for example, Laffy Taffy. He's I wonder if like a ten year old will go into a store, and see Laffy Taffy and go as a whole person candy. No way they have jokes on the inside again jokes like. Corny candy cigarettes when we were kids probably off radio. Sell those anymore. Because it's just not I've seen them though occasionally, oh! Dude black market still love funded it, but is an old person, candy, or no, no. Fun Limit Heads. Not might be be older. Yeah, because they were box in the story, but have those airheads. I seem a lot during Halloween. Pez L.. My kids love past mind jaw breakers. and. They're lame. Hope yeah well. They're bit o honey. Sound good okay. We're going to yeah, that's. Are there you go? Wall as food world with Morgan number two num- now. Lab. Pile of stories, so CNN and sesame street or going to host a town hall, addressing racism, the sixty minute special called coming together, standing up to racism aside Sesame Street, townhall for kids and families will air on Saturday June fix at ten am eastern. The Sesame Street special they did on corona was really good, really good because they don't talk down a kids because there are puppets. They talked to kids. It's pretty interesting to see. Yeah, and they're gonNA have commentators, moderators experts on with the characters, and they'll be addressing questions that are sent ten by families, real questions from real people out there puppets. Not Buffet and they. They pivoted to make this happen. This wasn't originally their second. They were had another townhall plan, but they made this priority. Which is awesome? The writers of Fuller House have finally addressed the absence of amp, becky. Role Played by Laurie Laughlin. You know she wasn't invited back to the Netflix show for the fifth season after she was arrested and how to fall out the whole college admission scandal, situation and writers addressed it on the fifteenth. Episode it was a conversation between Uncle Jesse and DJ and pretty much. Becky is in Nebraska helping out her mother as all they said. Wow. And it was just. A passing conversation. Yeah. She's in Nebraska with her mom. For fifteen episodes. We haven't addressed that at all but yeah. Dad's on vacation. Laurie and her husband Maasim. Oh, they pleaded guilty last month to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud, and they are awaiting sentencing. Yeah, she's not going to get much like a month. Yeah. I know what else I have the most popular hobbies for kids these days and To Video Games nice well I have the top ten in. They're all inside. They are yeah. Give me five to one. Okay. Five is watching streaming services, too. So both of those actually go ahead. Four is video games. Three thank goodness is reading books books the high up there. You could do that laying in the backyard. Yeah, you can be. Sure. To is watching youtube videos. And number one is watching a good old fashioned TV. Dang that they still make does every kid. So, I mean we gotta get outside. The younger you are, the more you watch, long form streaming television on your phone. Like I know some kids to kids, so my friends and they watch all the shows on the phone. That's great too small, yeah! But they do. Have Friends who have kids watch all the episodes the office? They just watched it on every everyday. On an airplane I'd rather I'd rather at least watch it on my laptop. I do suffer a lot of stuff on my phone. I watch videos a thirty minute show on your phone on purpose I'm going to choose laptop or a TV. That's just how old you are. I. Can't help it. They give me that's my pile. Was Amy's pile of stores. It's time for the good news. Stories just so cute! There's a seven year old named Curtis Rodgers and he found out that his nanny Miss Rachel. Her Prom got canceled, so he hadn't even seen her in two months because the corona virus, but invited her over, and he had set up a socially distance prompt situation for her, he had music playing her favorite songs. He set up a table and had chick-fil-a and the food and the flowers, and all the things she he wore a Tux. She gotta wear her dress and it was just really special thoughtful. Thoughtful that's it right there, not the greatest situation honestly, but it's a very thoughtful one. and honestly it was her favourite foods I. Don't know if I heard somewhere else. Who's chick flake now? I'm not reading play, but I'm sure. would be good, maybe better all right there you go. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Let's to a voicemail here from Belinda from Albany Oregon right outside of Portland. Who Go hi, Bobby I. Don't know how long you guys have been on up here, but for at least four or five months. I've been listening to you the first time I listened to you guys and heard amy positively. You're just giving kind souls. Eddie is funny as all. Get Out I. Love You all I. Thank you very much well. Take more of those calls. Low Those thank you. Thanks for listening to Portland to. We're still really new up there, so we appreciate that support that encouragement. We love it all right. Go over to amy now and get the morning corny. Morning Corny Meyer basketball players, messy eaters, wire basketball players messy eaters. They're always. Say It's funny. Say Come on am. Always driven. Drew. was. Morning Gorny one of the rare times. Amy Quits a joke. Right in the middle of. The we have to encourage across the finish line I. Mean I liked it, and then when I started a really say it I thought I was already anticipating that you. You'RE GONNA be like? Oh? Yeah the. Purposes the course there landed. Always, see the. Hike then. LUNCHBOX! What's going on here so? I called zoos across the country. Because frankly a lot, zoos are closed right now, but I the ones that were open I would call them and I'm like. Oh, I'm enjoying the zoo today but I'm over here by this animal and Oh my gosh. One of the animals got out. And then they're like Oh. What do you mean animal and tell them what animal got out? It's always animal. That isn't really a zoo. Here you cut number one. Hey. How's it going? I'm walking around the zoo and I'm out of here by the Alpacas. I-love-you Zoo but I just saw I think an animal got out of their cage. Out of their cage, just Ma'am I saw a squirrel run by and I was like. Oh. Yeah a squirrel I don't know if someone let it out or open the cage, but I don't know if you WANNA, come get it or what do I do? Girls aren't cutting pages Oh. Yeah, there, okay. What if Tile Paco gets it now. Get this. Okay. Well, thank you okay bye. She's Nice. Okay here. He is calling a different zoo. Yes Ma'am I. Just walked by the reptile exhibit now getting something to eat and I think one of the reptiles got out, and is it well? I don't know how long it's been here because it's made its own web and everything so like I got my family away from there as fast as I could, and I called you because I couldn't find anybody in the park so i. don't know if you WANNA. Shut it down where we need to go, but yeah, there is a spider that definitely is out of the reptile exhibit and we do. There is actually a lot of spider throughout the park that sometimes come out. But out, definitely let somebody know six. You grab it no I wouldn't recommend it all right. Thank you so much now. Poor, Girl. He also said the first part I called it. A reptile had escaped right. Tile here's one more lunchbox calling zoo animals escape. This should never be in cages to begin with. All I'm having a great day at the zoo. Today is beautiful, and we're over here by the elephants and wall. One of the animals has gotten out of their cage. What animal? Do a beautiful butterfly. Like. It's really pretty, but I don't know who let it out or what, but the elephant will step down on my gosh. Oh my gosh, I don't know. Like! Can you send someone what do I need to do? Something someone actually I'm coming out there right now, okay? All right, thank you. Thank God. All right there. You Go nice job box as Bowl show all right crew. Play the theme to a TV show from the thousands. All you have to do his name the show right your answers down. This one's easy. It's example. Do you know this TV show? You. one-two-three Friday. Ready to game starts now up for grabs. Quarter Oh. Here we go song number one named this TV. Theme show song whatever the two thousand. Right. Hold ranchers up same L.. Out one-two-three raking. Nice Breaking End in the quarter still here. Named this theme. Song number two. Nobody is writing right now, wow! That's the whole song basically. Time Oh I know. All right friends. One two three. I watched the show I can't even think. Big Bang. Our? Big Bang is. Universities in back right? Yeah! Yeah I What is show to speak with? Charlie Sheen in my head. But I didn't who's better. Because Denise Richards is on. You're thinking about. What did he tell your mother a different show? You're all still in. Good. Right. Let's Lunchbox I. Think Dexter Eddie I'm GonNa go with Madman Amy Madman. The Answers Madman. Ever seen it. Has Been Eliminated. Let's go with number four right. You get. On style? began. one-two-three Hannah! Next round still up for grabs. Twenty five cents. Number five naming. Off! I'm in. Oh yeah, one hundred percent, amy. I'm going to get this right now I. Know I know this I know that I know it. A little bit I'll wait till you. A little bit what? Yeah, the big hand whatever you about say. What you have, curb your enthusiasm. Eddie it's curb your enthusiasm. Because in our mixed tapes I, guess. The name of that Song. We just heard it. Yeah, okay? This one's. There's no one gets US next one. All you play, we'll give it a run you. What TV shows up in the two thousands. Things remedy zero. Is that right I know. Play my college radio station through alternative. Switch Ninety one point one. Bob Man and I think there's a connection here. With me, an artist in show, really think so. Do you have any idea again? What is it angel? Eddie. For the win maybe I'm wrong, charmed no. You're wrong. That's the same Bandon charm now. Yeah, it Listen Milano Oh no Lawville, oh. We have the network right CW. All right the next one. TV show by the theme song from the two thousand. One I heard before. and. Then you. Oh, you're in. percent now. What percentage would you say? Five five percents. Okay. Eddie. What do you have over there I? have nothing hold on Three seconds three seconds. Let's go with the. Okay got one tree hill. Parks and REC one. You have writing. She's got it. I don't know amy got it. Go. Nice job. Big Wonder. How do you feel about that? Hey, Ray, play number twelve eighty this one. That's. Because I do want to your high school been whenever Vince. See. The Guy Except for he wasn't. That wasn't his name in highschool. He changed it for Hollywood. Something else. No Then? He's in Gotham Yeah. Get for himself. Congratulations on your win. They talked to a lot of adult men and said Hey. Will you dance? Like will you dance if you drink like? Eight or ten guys said that they do not dance unless they've had at least two drinks. Drinks, but I dance like crazy. I, love dancing is the equalizer. Everybody can get out and do their thing. Kind of doesn't matter your husband dance at all. He does not I mean he struggles that even when we have dance parties in the kitchen with the kids and nobody is around. He's very. Self conscious, but occasionally he'll do it. What is his dancing like? He's good at like two stepping. Yeah, but if his, if it's like we're listening to pop music and the kids are dancing. He just Kinda. Yeah just shuffles his feet back and forth. It's nothing I wish you'd be a little bit more freely. WHO CARES NOBODY'S WATCHING? Just feel your body moving in the military. All Boys breakdowns dance, not him a small I wish. Me Way more fun. Sometimes I'm like why don't have to be such a party pooper? About the dancing, but he's cell. Get It I. Don't that's rude of me, but. I mean. Do you talk about letting your kids pick their punishment at some point. Did. I well here's voicemail from Paul. Don't let them pick for this rent. Wasn't going to ride the bike anyway, so what you do is you assign a punishment to a number and let them dawn number out of a hat, or put each point Smith on a wheel, and you spin the wheel for punishment, so then you never know what you're GonNa get. Go to bed early. No watching TV can't play with your friends know movies, so just serve better idea than them picking their own punishment five and you have a day by I. Tell You that makes fun like I don't want to get in trouble to spend will. Tell you if that landed on, go to bed early. My kids would be so bummed, but. Spin. Can you imagine drawn in the hat? There's excitement. Like all the punishments and a hat. Wildcard. Oh and what does that do whatever it could even be something fun, but they drew wildcard. They got no punishment. Yeah! Onto something, they're interesting i. saw that completely different. I don't even remember talking about now, is it? Probably something came up with my kids and I was going to do something, and you were probably like no, he should let them do this or love that call thanks, you guys can call leaves voicemails eight, seven, seven seventy seven bobby I. Know you're talking about your kids a lot and your podcast. Amy has a podcast called four things with Amy Brown a one of the things on this podcast is Dr Beverly Tatum. She wrote a book right. Why are all the black kids sitting together in the cafeteria? Did you read that and other conversations about race? I'm in the middle of it. I'm I'm listening to it. I'm reading about reading and listening to three different books right now. So do that. I get confused on never finish in. They're all around the. They're all based on race. The same topic so I'm consuming all the information I need, but she's a psychologist that came on to just have honest talk about. Race and what we can be doing better, I told her my audience is predominantly white and I want to know what we we need to be doing. And she has the psychology behind why we've grown up not talking about it because we don't we. A lot of us grew up with the thinking of we don't see color and she's like that's we need to. To be talking to our kids whether they're three years old, thirteen years old or thirty years old that that they're all different kinds of colors, color exists, and we need to explain why and she's. She's great. She's a great talked to his awesome. Check out four things with amy. Brown. That's her podcast. Dr Beverly Tatum is on and as one of the things. Someone asked me yesterday and interview. What my big takeaway was from the protests. I don't like to highlight the riots as much because I think. The protests are right on the riots are a little tougher needs to people just busting in stores and running out stuff. The my biggest takeaway is there a million ways that you can actually be involved and none of them are wrong and. You can go at your own pace and don't let people shame you because you're not going at the pace that they are or they think you should be cracked I. Think we're seeing that on social media. You're not doing this enough well that to stop, but also you don't know what I'm doing. That's not on social, media. But they're just a million ways that you can help and olive options you can. You can donate. You can tweet. You can talk with your friends can volunteer you can. You can do all these things. That's one thing she she. She discussed and another friend. My friend Brittany. She's black. She's on the podcast to and she said you know what I need from. From My. She has a lot of white friends. And she said you know what I need for my white friends right now. She's like I appreciate the text you check in on me. Make a drama. Okay, that's great. which could be something you do? That's one step in the right direction. Shaikh Benny Nima white friends to talk to their other white friends. And be like hey, are you seeing what's on the news right now? How do you feel about this and then get their tech? Check their temperature on where they are. And if they're not. Struggling with it y'all have meaningful real conversations about it instead of ignoring it with each other why people need to be talking to white people about it. And that's what she said she goes. She said straight up. That's what I need for my white friends. We got chill out on all the social media. Nobody calling each other Al Right. It just keep what's happening is the culture has gotten? So you know pointing fingers that you're not doing this. You're not doing this to make. People not want to do anything. Because why would you WANNA get yelled at for doing something with people say you're not doing enough. It's easier to do nothing. Yeah, because that person you're claiming to do nothing to your point could have just made a donation to an organization just downloaded a book. Book to educate themselves, they could have just sent a text message to their black friend to say hey I. Don't understand what you're going through right now, but I'm with you. You don't know everything. Everybody's doing yoga. Just calm down and just in general would life to like you don't know the struggle. Somebody else's going through at the time either. So you know you've heard it said before. Everybody's going to their own own issues right then. So. I did check out four things. Amy browns pretty cool. Pretty Cool podcast well, thank you. I pivoted I had a totally different episode plane for this week, but decided a pivot to focus on. What's super important right now, and I'm thankful for I've got a lot of all guests for it and. got a lot of good information. It's time for the good news. Rob Kenny from Kent Washington is now called the Internet's dad because he started a youtube, channel called Dad. How do I and he basically started it for children that don't have father figures in their life and teaches them how to do things around the house little. DIY projects like that's cool. Fix your tire how to fix a running toilet or how to tie a tie, even so it's pretty cool. And then. He said that he didn't have a dad himself so now that he is a dad and he has his own children. He wants to do this for all the other doubtless people out there she goes subscribe home. No we're really though like. How did you learn some of this stuff? You figure it out you. I guess the Internet wasn't leveling when the. Church people yeah a little bit of that, but it assumed to embarrass I gotta learn how to tie a tie. No I faked it until the Internet. I got clip on or made an excuse. Think about that stuff. Yeah, yeah, that's crazy! I didn't know how to shave. no-one taught me to shave so I had a beard on his eleven full beard. That's a great. His name is Rob Kenny Rob there you go, that's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. So, there's a place you can put up a picture and go. Hey, roast me. And all they do is make fun of you. And so I put a picture of a house. I'm just holding up. Signs is rose me so I. Did it Eddie lunchbox and Raimundo however removed. Our producers got taken down twice. I don't know one of them. I had my shirt off. I get that the other one. I was just wearing a tank top nothing wrong with that. They said. Potential Photoshop so you're out good for you. I'll give you my top five I. Drum Roll. Please number five. Looks to me like a midlife crisis Johnny Knoxville. Number Four. Looks like what happens. When famous actor turned into a drug addict except you'll never make a comeback. Number three. I'm sure you tell everyone using this downtime during quarantine to finally finish your screenplay, but we all know you're just talking preteen youtubers day. Number two. You look like the end result of a nerdy guy who got rejected a lot in school. Somehow found success made. Money doesn't know how to function as an adult will be going bankrupt in the very near future. Kinda, true. And then number one the number one roast on me. You look like Ryan. seacrest made loved Drew Carey. That's funny there you go. Those are my top five roast. All right, let's Eddie you're five rows. Posted your picture. Oh boy well. The descriptions funny because it's forty years old have four dads with the body. Prove it, and that's the. Title on top burst one here we go. Looks Kinda like Adam Sandler, but not funny. I mean I. Don't think I looked like Adam, sandler did you pick the numbers? How The nicest one. Of. The hardest. Number four looks like a Walmart Tony Stark. I mean I don't know what they wrote. Okay. We have to have Mike define the lives that were hardware. Three, why is your mom's still dressing you all right? Yes, because I have like shorts and a t-shirt. A number four something tells me he's spoken to Chris Hansen in person. That's fun. I got one of those two there you go, you want them to all. Be Terrible for and the last one. This guy is easily in his sixties. Jerks. Maybe you're just not that Rosta. Bowl well. I mean I'm telling you bones. There's some in there that I can't tell. Tell on Air Yeah. I guess so. I'm looking at them now. Do you see what? Do you see one in there that I left out. That's not good. What can you say it? Okay lunchbox! Give me your top five. Okay, so the picture of me is in Harlem Globetrotters Jersey and I, said Prom King still living the dream twenty twenty one years later head into the court to hoop. Number Five Prom, King, but home schooled. Was Your aunt or sister Queen? One good. Number four, the world would be better off if he just went back to nineteen, ninety nine quarantined himself they're. Number three. He is apparently still living through his make a wish foundation today. Dangle ahead number two I thought you weren't allowed to use photoshop for these pictures gesture. Here's got the head of a fifty year old Hobo and the body of a six year old. In the head, then the bodies. Go ahead and number one I didn't know Chuck Norris was addicted to Meth. Is. OUR ROAST! We did invite those we said Hey. Let's have it and so they did. Last one people are the Internet is. Funny. One about talks and what Hillbilly backwoods. Hick town was your buddy prom king. On yours I saw one that said. It said like I really like to say something bad about you, but I really can't. And it's A. Was it you? Did you post on your own probably? Going I don't know it sounds like something I would do. It was like had really. Someone said. You're actually pretty cool. Looking wish I could say more me. My name is on there. Yeah, Yeah Yeah. That's funny. Thank you Let's do Travis. I was hoping we'll do that the. Bobby bones show chicken. Amy's podcast called four things with Brown. What's going on and your podcast this week? First thing as my pastor I had him on to talk about white privilege and what he's doing to rally. At least our community I think others can learn from it till to love better and do better than I have the author of wire. All black kids sitting together in the. The cafeteria and we just have a conversation about race Dr, Beverly Tatum, and then my friend Brittany. She's on just talking about what it's been like for her whole her life growing up black in different things that have happened to her. That would never happen to me because I'm white, and then some self care tips for everybody because it just feel like it's a stressful time and we're. Bringing in a lot of information, but if our mind isn't clear, we're not gonNA. Take it in properly. Check it out four things with amy. Brown. That's our podcast. It's doing wonderfully. It's getting so many downloads so many streams look you. Taking the world by storm with your podcast. Jarvis Masters steadfastly maintained his innocence since he was sentenced to death almost thirty years. Innocent people on death row newly uncovered evidence posters those claims of innocence. Believe they found that women. I would not been charged. You be the judge dear governed podcast. What feels like innocent? On death row listened to dear governor heart radio APP on Apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. We get these targeted ads on instagram and facebook so Raymond or audio producer is going to read a targeted ad. We have to guess WHO's getting the target. Okay, go ahead, write. Nerdy, but chill shirts and Cornhole Golf Game. What's the first one nerdy, but chill shirts, k? Though it was only two, but apparently they're dorky types shirts. That kind of bragged the also cool, okay, and a Cornhole Golf Game. All right. Sure Solution. To play it all over again. Rain Our stand the. They're like these button up shirts that go, but still want to chill. These are for you. And why did you KORNEL Games? It's all the. Game! No, no, so it's golf. And you try to knock the balls into the. Other one of them, but that when I looked this morning. We're playing this game. Those the ones that popped up okay next one. Wine Swimsuits Amazon Echo. Show. And TACO Bell. Is. One, of the girls, right? It's either. Lamy or Morgan to. Number two. it's amy. I think it's amy. Is that right? What are they GONNA? Wine swimsuits the Amazon Echo shows the thing where you can basically facetime. And TACO Bell. Morgan Laws Taco bell though she may Google Taco Bell. Dad like everyday. I'M GONNA. Go with Morgan number two because a Taco Bell. You Guys Number Two oh. Oh, we have a name just because swimsuit season. She's thinking about getting out of quarantine. She's trying to go the pool. Pick up, dude. Ray Who is it Morgan to? all right. Next one. PHOTO PAJAMAS! Frigid air, which is stuff for your home appliances? A good luck sock. Apparently it's the band, kiss and Aerosmith. You can get their socks and affordable hair loss treatments. That's got to be Oh, it's either any or video produce Raymundo. Because he does go to hair loss treatments. It's gotTa be Eddie with a kiss and the hair loss. I'm going to go Eddie. I mean. It'd be lunch Fox. Got Eddie hold on hold on. What does it again? Photo pajamas. Box Go ahead of Paju frigid, air. Okay fridges, microwaves W that. Good luck socks got him. Loss treatments in hair loss treatments. It doesn't lose hair? He. Could be rate. Do I'm going to go with? Okay, it could be right Oh wow, we're going different. Okay so I'm going Edie. Edie because I feel like he's one of those families that matches pajamas like on holiday. Yes. You're going. Eddie I go Ray Morgan Ray. Who is it? LUNCHBOX! God. Like fake it and be like, why are you getting? Idea they telling you something. That's what I'm saying. CENSOR WE PUT! Of Research into this study, and it'll help you. Keep your hair I'm like. Your age. Because it did said the Pajama one was like as you get older, you want to be cool and comfortable in your matching pajamas. Right regular another one. A neck hamic Eddie. Draft Kings Eddie this Daddy. And Fish Toys for cats. Oh! Based on. The neck hamic basically is neck neck, so you lay on the floor, and it's a Hammock for only your neck body. The cat rake. Gambles It's Ray. Right Right Right Ray. Animal about to buy that fish toy for cats. Then, there's one more or less. It's gotta be Eddie. What's that he's? Spine DHEC it's a tool that helps you with your bad back. Okay, I haven't gone yet. Okay, go beaming a pressure Washer for your house. Skull shaped Ice Cube Molds. And low testosterone. Today targets their way off on their sorry. What was amy's minor? Cooking pan eyebrows, stencils and be t shirt. Aren't yours off. I ordered the PAN and insoles and haven't gotten the Panya in the eyebrow. Whatever microbe later Denzil? Things are awful. They got me though I got got. Good look everyone and I like when they target me right by the way we're GONNA, say target targets right I got some hair scroungy thing. It's amazing. What's going on today? Oh, just nothing really new I ninety to figure it out with the kids Oh. Actually I'm I'm going to record podcast when I leave here with any down. Do you know her in the F. Dow? She's good. Yeah, she's a podcast called. That's sounds fun and I I'm pumped. Guess because I listened to it, and she and I got invited to be on WHO's anti-down. She lives here. WHO lives here? Okay? She's not like musician. No, no! That's. I heard podcast with her a while back. I don't remember which one it was, but. Like supports all the things like foster care, too, but yeah, so I I was invited I'm going to be on hers so I'm pumped. What about you I'm GonNa be on a podcast today. Oh look at us me. I'm girls are doing together Oh. That's awesome Geo. And so I'm not sure who who it is doing it, but they're like. Hey, will you be guest with girls and talk about the show and that experience and so that's all we're doing that podcast so doing that today a video call with our by the way we have sponsor this honey. And Amy. Do these honey commercials and amy's like all the time. Wow, so yeah, honey! It's the way it's you get disc I always before I buy something before I use tiny i. would just Google Discount Code for wherever I was shopping. And sometimes they have codes that are like summer two thousand twenty, and then you get ten fifteen twenty percent off just for typing in that code, but if you don't know they exist, you don't know, but honey helps. You know Mike we again. This is not a commercial. Code for the honey. For us, but yeah, so I have a call with them because coming onto the show and amy, the big user of honey already, and she didn't even know what I was doing commercials before the show she was like that. All ready so I'll give you that code and a second. If you WANNA get on honey that what you say on. Signed up. Okay, here you go. Honey join honey dot, com slash bones, join honey dot. com slash bones going to do that. By the way, it always helps us to like we get to stay on the air because you guys listen and because our sponsors. So if you do want to be sure to join honey dot, com slash bones, because then the helps us because people do listen to that show, and then they're like well. Let's spend more money than we can stay on longer. And, then we get to hold the bits for you. I'll go to the driving range today. Getting closer to be Nettie. How close. A year. Two Years Stop. By me. You. Good luck, that's the deal. Thank you, guys. We'll see you tomorrow. Hope you have a good day. Bye Running. Around? The bobby bones post show pre show. So Amy saw the Jeffrey Epstein Documentary. Is that True Guy Started? It was seen it all I haven't seen the whole thing. I'd have more than one episode. I think so because. Episode One. We're watching I. Thought. Maybe it was a movie, but when my husband and I rapped I was like Oh. Okay, we're GONNA keep going with this. But I had listened to all the podcasts in the same people are in it Raimondo di. Do you watch it all? In one episode I watched the whole thing. Oh, you did. Is Gross Oh. Yeah, I don't watch it really. I? mean it's four episodes all under an hour. You can watch it really quickly, but the one thing you do learn as wow. This guy was investigated went to court and stuff for decades I. You just see it when it comes out in the news and thought Oh was a couple of years ago now he was almost in trouble back in the two thousand, and then it just kept going on, and it shows the court stuff like you know backdoor deals that were happening in man, but sometimes it turns your stomach. Yeah, I've say. The podcast is the same way so i. just interested in watching it. 'cause I for me it. I WANNA put a face to some of this and try to understand more and. Because obviously, it's happening. It's not like he's the only person out there. I think just because he had power and money and he had. The right people that may be. The documentary give more into it than the podcast of like. Some of these higher ups maybe had benefited from his young. Girls to keep around and then all the sudden, he could be like. Oh! This case doesn't disappear I'M GONNA put this out here because video. He put video cameras in every one of his rooms. And he'd video anybody that stop is house for a massage. Don't want to watch. Don't sounds terrible. It's terrible, but I I was ignorant to what was happening whenever he I didn't even remember what happened to him like. That's how little I knew about. The case is when I started listening to the podcast. I did not know like this guy better be rotting in jail right now. No I mean you you know right? You know where he is now right now like I did not. I didn't remember that I was not. Himself well. Depends on who you ask, but cameras went all right. No I, mean obviously I. I'm with you, but. Some people would like you to believe that. He killed himself so anyways. I'm just saying. Because I do feel icky like was saying watching and listening to it, but also I want to be better informed of what what has happened to some of these women. And girls and know that that's I. Need the reminder that that's still happening. It happens right here in America and I want to be able to know so that I'm reminded to be proactive about. Trying to? Be In denial that it's happening and again people. What are you ready to? The podcast because that's all I finished the. Okay well. I ray episode one it. It's really good that. It feels weird giving it a rating railroad. You read it. Raining but I'm GonNa, say courthouses to courthouses out of five Oh, that's slow. I mean just telling you. It's doesn't put you in a great move I. Would you want to put yourself in that kind of a place? That felt guilty watching the Ted Bundy stuff I was. I really enjoyed it, but he was ordering people. Is a documentary on. May, not only need to see the next. That was good. He's documentaries. Make it feel like it's a movie. What I'll say to raise point about that is. Ray We have to remember the victims are part of this documentary and their stories finally being told in some of them, they waited years for this to happen, and so by watching it, even though it is uncomfortable, and Itchy, were allowing them to tell their story. Eddie watched the Lance Armstrong documentary both. All yeah two parts, and quite different from what the documentary was feel good. No you know what I'm in I, you know we lived in Austin while this was going on while lance was winning toward the Frances and all that and he was on the top of the world, and this documentary basically is just the the nation of his side of the story you know, and everyone deserves to tell their side of the story, but his side of the story is no different than what we all know. Except that pretty much everyone did it. Everyone doped and they were basically saying that to do the Tour de France is. Two hundred plus He's like now he's I. I used to call the Tour de France, but after the documentaries twitter, France says okay What's what's happening and so so they compare it like running a marathon twenty days in a row. That's impossible, so they're like this is not humanly possible, so we all have to. We had to do what we had to do to do it and be the best at it now. The problem is is Lance was obviously that the superhero story of all this, so he took the big fall now what he did to everyone else. Else by covering up the lies and blackmail in people. That's what got him into trouble. It wasn't that he doped they all dope rights. It's that he made himself a victim. He made a other people suffered because him made. Other people feel like fools for telling the truth, look like fools and look like fools so I mean in that case It's hard to listen to some guys. Sit there and just tell his story like to. We're not gonNA. Feel sorry for you lied to Liu you. Do you have a little compassion for him? No. I don't because you know why he keeps saying over and over what I do things differently. No and I'm like this is your time honest if that's what he's saying I, get it but this time to say yes. I wish I can do things over and do it the right way because he did be cancer, it was a huge deal. Be Cancer, and then he went and rode again. He thought he was never going to ride a bike again. It was an a great story and we all love him for that, but lie after lie, and then going back and seeing the footage do where he keeps line, and you're like you know he's lying. You Watch him. It's like. It's crazy. We all fell for it. Do you think I'm a little bias? Anti Lance because I knew him a little bit. Yes, yes, and he was not a good guy. Yes, and he says that he does. He says that I'm not I never had the best reputation. I shouldn't say no spent time with them. We're doing things wasn't. Admitting, he didn't have a good reputation. It wasn't a good guy he know he'll never say that. He wasn't a good guy, but he says that yeah, no one really like me because of the things that he did, he was very cocky it what he did and like he showed you. All Man. I feel great in testicles. Idea twelve. That's not a bad idea. Okay. Although, his bike shop is called. Alone below yeah. That's a really good shot by the way so. I'll do bikes. I'll give it. I'll give it three and a half bikes out of five. We're GONNA watch that. Good! It's a good watch. You'RE GONNA. Learn a lot of stuff, but I think for the most part. We already know how it goes. Do you want to know that that we're going to do? We didn't do today. If, you saw Steve Walking with pickles before the show. Not For me were you put the bid up on the screen Mike. We didn't do it today because they have time and I told you all things that I wouldn't do. I know modern whereas of mouth. Boys, I'm telling you that right now. He said and we'll do it on the air. But this one here, so here's the story a bit wind up doing on your and more re explain it on the air when we're on the broadcast part of the show that people because not everybody gets to hear the post show. A Massachusetts man was arrested in Vermont after authorities say he threw a large pickle out of his car window and struck a state employee who was working on the side of the road on Monday. A passenger in a vehicle travelling south on US seven had a large pickle at the worker quote causing him pain. The vehicle in question was tracked down the suspect thirty four year old Christopher. Herman's door for Williamstown was up for simple assault, so I thought we would do. Is You guys do a drive by against each other? There's a set speed. You have to hit the speed and you're trying to hit a target having by and the winner wins a prize. That's funny I like it pickled throwing car driving, and then we're GONNA. Find out to of hurts like really hurt. We're GONNA. Have a target. Target, but you can. Each Other? No, because then we'd know like. Hurt. Severly. Eddie and he's GonNa try to dodge it. Won't move from. You blindfold you run the risk in hint somewhere. A risk I'm willing to take. Good Point There's that someone told me that more in the same four yesterday. Same Same Hoodie this is Adam Chris Wallace to oh. How was that interview? By the way rates enjoyed it me, too. In the whole thing was on the podcasts. If you're listening to this, maybe her that, but we did twenty minutes I think on the radio is like six happened, but we did twenty minutes. Is Great. Irony preordered two of his books do hurt same book to. Read it. Okay, that's it for today. Hope you guys enjoy the. Guess we're putting this the end of the show. Right? Guys you've anytime. We start with something serious. We WanNA. PUT The post show pre show on front of it. Because you know, it just feels weird, it's like. No we start the show like today we come in. We're fresh off watching the news all nights in the events of yesterday. So. This is at the end so now. We're done so good by renowned Buddhist. Teacher Jarvis master steadfastly maintained is innocent since he was sentenced to death almost thirty years ago on a new podcast. Dear Governor Jarvis poses the question. Have to be cooked with their. By the execution of one in. The confines of his nine by four sell in San Quentin Jarvis will share his riveting life story how he has managed to maintain a sense of optimism in the most dire circumstances are their. Their mind by now. That was -vivor. Provide the details of the bloody murder trial that landed him on death. Believe you're based on that weapon I would not charge. Here details from inside the Mrs Attorneys fight for his final state appeal with newly disclosed evidence that bolsters claims of innocence. Will the California Supreme Court? Exonerate him a reaffirm. 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How Aragon Hopes to Improve on Democracy - Ep.135

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How Aragon Hopes to Improve on Democracy - Ep.135

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My guest today from berlin is louis windy the c._e._o. At eric on one welcome lewis yeah. Thanks for having me. What problem are you trying to solve with aragon. The thing that we're trying to solve with argon is that cumin gordon is very broken both at the micro level like the way we interact with each other in the way we organize. Is it very hard for us. For wanting the world snuggie not organized with someone from iran for example multiple revelations that make almost impossible but also the micro level gordon is broken and grassy is i would say in the last stages of growth and wanted to come up with systems that are better for <hes> human coordination ignition as we have seen in all in the west with donald trump point in the u._s. elections and stuff like that yeah well actually so what makes you say that democracies in the last stages of growth well. I think if you look like technology revolutions they have this period of time in which they have up there and then they grow and then they have <music> a kind of productivity plateauing which they use kind of tabulate over time and that means that we have taken the most out of them another stanford new thing come up and i think we have taken <music> out the most of the listen the west and now new more to come that are better for coordination and maybe even they community forums. Maybe they come in the form of smaller communities coordinated between the mr highlight is huge monoliths that we can see their national states like hundreds of millions of people so i think stanton status permanent with new mothers and so what does ideal governance look like to you within the hard question because that depends so much like the the actual like like governance model that we're looking at the bruin the words rain dissolve. I think in in terms of nation states very very hard to empathize with millions of people and industrial does the number one problem in society today like we can empathize with another citizen because there are like a hundred million citizens mccown three and they are so different from at one another and so i think if we're gonna start dividing that intellect smaller units that we numbers number which is the number of people you can do. Bring can empathize with. I think we may have better communities rather than having these modern national states in which everyone starts fighting each other but what is done by number. Isn't that huh. Uh really low number one hundred fifty here so the world be covered in little communities of one hundred fifty people that wanted to experiment with our love to try out try if you know having this communities also improves meaning in life because i think we have a crisis of meaning right now so like my generation for example campbell like there are literally social apps in like finland in europe to like connect like teenagers because they feel isolated and that's so crazy to the need today. We're going to have these things we feel more and more alone than a time in life and your generation meaning like. How old are you doing career and actually why don't you tell a little bit about your story. How did you get into the blockchain space for sure so i'm going to so far it when i was twelve years old old because of <hes> lennox of work and it was kind of mind blowing to me because i come from a humble family and the fact that you could basically <hes> get a computer and use the stars ars creating the stuff and there was no there was no need to like go to the store and buy any funeral was all for free and open that was menlo formula so that can post the listrik <hes> sort of idea that people were working for free on the internet and they were liquid infra software for other people to use it without any expectation of profit there was i. I didn't understand the the recent in behind to. I'm not sure we understand yet but it was so mind blowing for me and then i so bitcoin in two thousand nine when they were they pre-k mouth and yeah. I thought it was just come. I thought like this is technically impossible. <hes> even the white paper and then in session levin what paper <hes> <hes> in membrane was around the financial crisis that he the spain bravado. I'm from military and when i read the whole paper at the end. I was like oh my god yeah. This is going to change the power dynamics of the world so much never really wanna be in both well okay all right and then i guess what you briefly phyllis in you know how you came from that point to launching aragon yes with us in thirteen or fourteen hundred in both more more into space <hes> i was in some smart price here and there but then i wanted to do a bit christians with partners ahead in that didn't work out because we couldn't miscarriage money for it and then in twenty fourteen. We came up with temporary which is blockchain time stamping. Basically i think he is one of the law firms are doing the now although it took a long time for it to get any sort of traction so we launched that started up to people to like time stamp we had dream of like eliminating notary publics <hes> using the blockchain which pretty use case right <hes> but then these things a lot of time and then in twenty sixteen i went out of the <hes> blockchain space for a two months to pursue something with my with my now co founder hot-air which women sixty and yeah riskier though <hes> now we move on we were life teen sixteen <hes> in spain via twitter and we were both like young hikers and then we are working on multiple things and then in sixteen i ask ask him to to join <hes> chris the related to patents and basically eliminated in the patent system and that's from point we moved to the u._s. with the whole like silicon silicon valley thing and at some point realize the underlying issue wasn't really the patent system in the u._s. For example it was politicians and the power dynamics that you don't want to change it. You just want to keep the throws <hes> thrilling and these companies to own these patents so they can have huge models and so as important with or without the governance of the of the country and of the law system and not patent themselves so we with everyone yeah well. Also i don't into your member that i interviewed you once about stanbury seriously i did well yeah but the very first question i asked you was how you prevent prevent lies falsehoods from getting on the blockchain and i'm just going to tell you straight. You didn't have a good answer for it so it's like <hes> and you were saying. You wanted to be a notary system so it's like okay. This is like so far from being that but anyway all right so so before we get into aragon. Why don't we just define a few things because there's they are gone network. There is an association. There's aragon one. So why don't you just like high high level overview described the whole setup exactly yes arguing itself is brogden the movement the has the mission to create decentralized organizations for the world and do do basically a lot of people experiment with governance at these people were and so for that we have the network we have the decision a few of their entities and so we have these multi model in which is having one team that grows to like a thousand people we want to decentralize also development and so we have this model in which the holder of a token that is the network token come vote proposals to basically govern the whole project and so one one off the proposals for one of the ways that they can do that is the choose the development teams that are going to carry development and so are we gonna run is team lead and that's the foundational team working on arrogance development but there are so starting black all oregon there are many other aragon everyone teams that are working on the ecosystem then there's the other network in the network is like the growth growth <hes> sort of doubt that governs the project itself and <hes> it also wants to provide services to douse so for example one of them is the court want to create a dispute resolution system for those so they can use the right code which is a smart contracts but they can also use wet coat which is basically like you know. Human written agreements that we were used to in the traditional world. Let's say so we can combine the best of both worlds so that's the overview abusing we have all sorts of grants pro rankle agonised and that has been given at grounds for multiple things. We were the first ones to grants to a for a theory and two point. Oh development <hes> the desert. It'll be the final review of system okay yeah and early on when you talked about aragon one <hes> for listeners. You know kind of how development veldman happened. There was a period early on where there was the athenian foundation and then east of was the company that was formed to to do the development meant for the network all right so then why don't we just start with like what is and what people can do if if they want to use this system yes asa right. Now we have the ireland client which is about allows you to create decentralized organizations and so <hes> you can the multiple things for example created like a like a membership organization mutation in which you can literally list members and manage fans for example <hes> use that per year and community with other kind of thou's <hes> like malakand comes to mind their stuff like that writing which you have the group of friends <hes> and then the fanzine and the mashed fans. That's like a very easy use case but then the use cases that are a little more ambitious that are more like open those in which anyone can join well. We actually had to go back to the membership. One is that like a centralized type that entity using the air network or a decentralized entity that you create oregon like basically like a permission in the sense of like people have to vote for new members to that there will be something that will live on your own blockchain will be like forty decentralized see and then there is use cases that are more i in terms of open open taos and so one of them that we are super excited about this fundraising so there was this mother proposed by tactical daikos goes and this model proposed by luke from our team also called apiary and so what we're doing here is we're basically creating thou thon races <hes> money and then and the token holders can decide what's called the top rate and so that's the amount of like minded development teams implement these idea for this project and so basically you're in burgundy. The power structure still gonna hold are the ones that control the project and the money flows and or the other way around so basically thing thing with that you can you can have racers that are like two thousand seventeen scale like very big but with transparency that we didn't see in twenty any seventeen so that's one more that i'm super excited about that pass were. There's going to be launching a couple of weeks or no okay yeah because he he's blocked by that for quite a while. I think that those in the space there's always leg it takes some time to actually implement things because everyone is afraid of. It's like consequences right so like when the happened in the four happened and all of that took years until like someone literally said like you know we're gonna implement oush again. There is like the those <hes> those things that people are really fearful about and i think that probably well writing because we have a little like implications in the s._e._c. These things right and so but then impede ask for innovating. That's why we're here right <hes>. I'm personally not here to see that like that. Are compliant is happening. I don't really care about that. Oh really yeah i mean i think it into this pace to basically facilitate the lie for the knysna state. They were into a stage where we can replace the nationalists. Okay well so to tile together. I did want to ask you about this fact that you're trying to build a dow because given the history with the dow that might seem kind of bowl to some people because that was a huge failure. So why did you decide to it to build a platform for house well when we looked at the dow. It was interesting because you know you look at it than they did. So great then the program was implementation right but it's one of these cases where you unfortunately that it was called the dow because then the whole concept you just go to basically screwed over for years but but if you look at eight electric constantly service concept depend on was implementation and so if you're rational you think you know <hes> let's just make implementation that works right <hes> and and we invested a lot of money and time into making sure that gets out there and i think we in life for like a year and some months with no bags found or critical critical was so super super helpful all right so when we wanted to talk about the platform so you kind of actually walked through it's it's a little bit <hes> so five simple down like a membership thing <hes> i can do that so that actually talk about some of the other features that people can implement their they are system with the apps you can install and uninstall you can think about it like a lakers like lego bricks like basically redo can build very basic our complex. The structure issues like putting together this breaks berg eric and so by default finance <hes> put allows you to manage finances and then you can send to anyone one for them to finance transparent way. There's a body now. They're lost the vote on his staff and they're they're talking out of your that allows you to manage the balances mean tokens for for people slash them as well so you can do all those things and then there are more apps that are kind of <hes> not by fault but there are super important as well so for example there is <hes> these pops are gone. Call for enterprise allows people to manage like more like open organizations and so for example you can have something like bitcoin where'd you found bounties and people can come and claim those bounties and directly on the dow you can have like adult body now push economic condition for africa boring. You can have like an allocation app that allows you to have multiple bank accounts in saturday'll. They're controlling different ways and with your permission so flake flake who can with romany so you can do all these things that are very compatible. I think right now we're starting to see that actually use it for for something because when you create with a platform and the platform for these absolutely build <hes> and then we disagree new organizational structures but i think the interesting point is when you start having a critical mass in which you like like these components in different ways to create new models and that's where like impossibility i think that's something that'll be wealthy room and now we're seeing the for although it'd be like for building a relaxing and composed of things and so just took clarify something because when i was browsing the materials about aragon for some reason i got under the conception that companies could use it and obviously companies are centralized so is that true or not you can definitely implement a centralized hierarchical company on aragon life for example. We use them but we are like the swiss company and we use it for finances. We use it for the money in finance and embodying so we're going to do that. I think hey sue their e._s. <hes> the legal part of it so for example in in our case we implemented these from charlotte in the finance up through export port c._s._v. because our account really wanted to and i think if you want to do is simplistic that you may use arrogant but if you want to more complex you may they want us some kind of like legal rapper so there is these project call open law and they build these very recording grayson with argon and wyoming l._l._c.'s so we have of these <hes> owning wizard in which you can create an lucy on romantically creates an oregon links both legal agreements that literally say like members if it's going to with a fine i'm sarah so we're going to be defined by stock up on oregon so when you're already gone kelly basically he's legally by way of saying you know that's can you share on the common so that's very cool use case as well. How did that come about. It was a few months ago. Committee member calls rose from from pillow no and he made it happen. I think they're going to spend new york. He's as well okay. Yeah i know caitlin long was like really instrumental mental and getting a lot of blockchain friendly laws passed in wyoming so i wondered if she was part of that but <hes> actually something else i wanted to ask about was earlier when you were talking about like how you can <hes> they're compatible in like you can make different kinds of organizations so how are people using them in like. Are you seeing any innovative uses that you hadn't really thought of before what's funny so like wait before we came up with <hes> fundraising implementing this fundraising mechanism oregon we we saw a thou that that was basically they were most my contract that would basically use the finance albany oregon and they're talking. Stop on our again so that if there was a new push it to the finals up they will continue talking for the member so effectively fundraising before we implemented fundraising and those that was really funny to see. It's actually a very cool pry they are and and and what am i think bear with use cases. Most of them are basing iran. So of course like you know if you're there you're our monica discriminated in the whole world writes. I think argument was one of the only ways that they have found race to be alert their their software and their product well and so this this is actually a perfect segue to my next question because i was wondering so obviously we've got like the normal traditional legal jurisdictions all around the world so how did those laws fit with or or not fit with these entities that you're creating aragon where it's dangerous assume between dry gordon with which will like nick several used to wall listings clarified that for people so code is like human in courts of law and then dry code is like code this computer code contract and that's that's who brings her seeming because for example when i think about out declaring taxes right so you wanted to get your taxes you see you're you're cooped the portfolio but then how clarisa the how do you declare and and if t halley declare that maybe you'd like liquid in the market like is this going so hard because the this system off so like do smart contracts acts are turing complete in the way that the low works is that they tried to cover every s case with leg revelation basis that you cannot cover a turing complete set of options with revelation because as infinite like maybe like thirty for the negativity different things like it seems impossible to make this system work <hes> that's my that's my sort of like the other had built over the course of the of the past years i think you can you can implement something like these legal records like japan japan wyoming l._l._c. and then you have sarah when you're arrogant corporation and then the finances but if you install a new app on oregon that is different for example all this fundraising up or use like a bonding core for one of these technologies. How do you translate that will legal system is like three. I think out of the out of the reach of the the legal system so i think you want to the one hundred percent of the potential these reservations as soon as we have to forget about the old to the new well so then if if someone creating endow on aragon and the different people that are using are in different jurisdictions then does that create problems for you know one or the other of them. That is a great great question well. I think you can the way you can look at. It and we've been looking at some of these years accents. Some of them may treat the dow is s._n._l. Partnership so maybe don't andy sue their i mean one of these like how to worship this is not built for the internet bill for a world where you can join dow and just a phase right so and there are a lot of interesting questions that arise so for example if you're a passive is called the dow say you're gonna hold their of you. Don't make her though in maker though that's something that is illegal in one jurisdiction which i mean it's not that hard there are experiencing which like mini things are legal for example think about like thailand or paying like use kind of <hes> insult the monarchy right so in my in that there is the the network dow which has the ability to proclaimations so like to say as a dow brooklyn something in behalf of my members and these thou insults the monarchy one of these places. Are you liable for that <hes>. It's a very hard hard question and i think i mean i don't have the answer. I think we should be brave. Reddish permanent food actually on a related note and this might seem unrelated i did but i think it is similar. I literally just yesterday read this article where there was some astronaut who basically did something in the space and she i guess she was going through a divorce and she accessed the bank account of her of her wife who she separating from and the wife was claiming that it was like a criminal act and she was claiming that they had these shared financial accounts to they manage the finances further son and anyway so the article was saying like there are no laws around like like if she's in speech at the time then like what how do you manage that so angry that obviously not be no with blockchain's also there's like this whole new territory that opens up up and it's not clear how these things will managed but actually again another perfect segue segue because i was going to ask you about disputes as well and you have this whole dispute system managed by the aragon court. So what is that and you know. When do people use that function. How does it work yeah for sure. I think one of the more deciding bards of these thrice organization soon <hes> is that you may be able to completely create numerous experience on the internet but the problem with contract is that they are very limited so like you you can call the very small <hes> barth of the of the world because of the space because there are laying low human subtleties so <hes> so you may a be able to describe it a lot of things with computer code but you cannot for example say you know a theorems know about my town later. My computer computer in winning company is to know that i need to return that right <hes> to might my employer and so the court is that you can also add these <hes> human written language or human written code or basically a contract to a smart contract so in the way you have the best of both worlds and the permanent there may seem for these solutions mason for basically creating or capacities threesomes realization that the before four but these who's that courts are hard to run and i mean it's not that he's a threat create literally court you have to create the system of law roundings right and so <hes> we thought about it we saw that courts are traditionally very expensive. They are very slow. We have cases or have some cases. Were there are claims against like you know huge corporations and very clear but this corporations have so much money that they are able to folkston for years for decades and then settle and that's it right and so if we can incentivize fairness bickerton that globalization which basically basically has a court in the core component is the one that makes sure that device fairness ordinance and device people full we can <hes> <hes> empowered does much more so here he is with the court is basically you can create a dispute you can access this pool of yours that are incentivized to actually behave behave because of the chronic incentives and then the good thing is that over time you're going to build jurisprudence that is global linked to local jurisdictions. You may be able to study this one system of law and then basically use it anywhere in the world of global away and who are jurors like how are they chosen are they just people who hold the aragon network token or yes you need to stake in order to <hes> become participants of this network and said yours like anyone can get your basically basically <hes> which i think is very cool and then they are chosen randomly so for example in the in the first round when you've been in this period you may be assigned five years randomly family and then you can if you don't agree with the result you can basically <hes> racy to like the next level and the maybe like twenty one and then more until you razer dispute to like the whole network all yours comeback this debate and so that makes it very very hard for anyone to try to gain the system because at the end version i make it very very expensive to joe gordon basically make it so expensive that they would have to buy the entire network or if the percent of the whole network for them to like we yeah case and i mean you keep talking about how you know. The normal legal jurists legal system is expensive. So how do you guys pay. You're court. There's a flat subscription. Fee that organization spay and then there's a good feet and so in do they pay the fee only when they have a dispute going or overlake take forever well. We're thinking about the. I think that this is a very small fluffy fluffy kind of thing and then just like this. Could i think it makes sense. The halliburton disputes so <hes> you only pay when you really use his right but on the other hand you also need to keep the yours being paid in some way because what you want to like like the systems that the the theme that you wanted to use for e._s. To have been there so you need that you can use them but hopefully union device everyone to not use them right and so you need to like even pay us for doing nothing because they are just there so you don't need to use them. I mean you use rights at some point in time but so you don't root issues like everyone sees that they are going to lose money by goping these additional on the infrastructure that makes sense all right so in a moment. We're going to discuss more about governance in the aragon network but first a quick word from the sponsors who make this show possible. Today's episode is brought to you by mike. Cracking cracking is the best exchange in the world for buying and selling digital assets with all the recent exchange tax and other troubles. You want to trade trade on an exchange. You can trust practice. Focus on security is utterly amazing. Their liquidity is deep and their fee structure is great with no minimum minimum or hidden fees even reward you for trading so you can make more trades for less. If you're a beginner you'll find an easy on ramp from five a yacht currencies and if you're an advanced trader you'll love their fight ex margin and futures trading to learn more. 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Keep crypto clean back to my conversation with lease of aragon so the court system also has appeals. How appeals work work yeah so bill is a system where you don't agree with your soul. The or the case and you basically raised to the next round and so you just basically grow is the amount of university are in both onto the whole network and but i think like one side is one side appeals and the and then you have to put up a stake for that or something and then the other excite doesn't than the the side that put up the money automatically wins right do have to like basically is take more and more overtime these though is that because i mean i'm very worried about this. Were like people who don't have resources kind of appeal and so they got to lose. It was a case right. They will think about prior medically like creating these cases is that you can fundraise for them and so let's see there's a clear case like <hes> david versus goliath kind of case right so they can do in the case against goliath is like he can say all right. I'm going to create this now and this is gonna fund raise for for all the proceeds for my case and then i'm going to basically split the the profits with all the participants that investing this razor and so the evidence is public. Anyone can just heat and then people believe they are not only incentives to make it fair. Cynthia buys from invest in this case so they ended up winning the case and then the it perceives very interesting so let's also talk about the token because erica actually was first built without a token so let's talk about what anti token does within the system and how you justify its existence if they are gonna network actually existed before without without the token will also the history was like the following basically we created arrogant and then at some point were thinking if these centralized organizations are a mainstream what comes next like what are the services the will need and so we defied these very important series that was a court and i think that's actually very useful for for one simple research turned fifty. One percent attacks like we're seeing that with open dow's there is these very very easy. Attack that is basically you know you can say i want to propose to withdraw with all the money from this now to this new doubt that he's made our of fifty percent of the participants of this arena though right and then all these participants during device vote yes guests to take the money out and the forty forty nine percent that maybe like pacifistic holders they get screwed over and they cannot do anything at all and so if you have have this system of <hes> of this listen you can say all right like <hes> they be sorted things that are not allowed in these dow and so one of them is fifty one percent anyone can this period and can basically stop that from happening and so i think that's the very very first service that will make dow's mainstream or help make the mainstream because otherwise numbers like stop this trend for open those but there are also other things may like these four thousand thousand long-term so we're thinking building our own layer one protocol blockchain as well <hes> very optimized for the use of those and so the the or how we're thinking about it e._s. It is useful for two things. One of them eats pure governance or the project so like andy holders right now basically all the governance where the break they can choose what did he development teams began just proclamations. They can claim <hes> for example. There's like the fight for freedom ferrari tenth which is the day that the dow proclaimed as like these sort of like you're case room for the network they can do all of these things and also they will be able to basically change in these curve for other tokens that are like the talk in maybe the arrogant chain talk all of these things right but these appear governance duggan basically and and you mentioned that you guys might try to build your own blockchain and you're currently on theory and why would you switch what what is not optimal about theorem for oregon will do things are things that are theory rates in. There's of possibility the the problem with a theon right now. Of course the roadmap. I would say celebrate pilion the easter bunny no roadmap. I think three years from now it's real time and so we are real worried about this kid ability so for example simple you know in tony seventeen. There was the whole issue craziness and said you have one s._e._o. And that's one issue. We're basically stop the network from your operational and now with with iran fundraising. We are going to see that maybe multiply like one or the magnitude of more because you can open a fund raise. We'd like to click of this often onerous money and so on because abundant curve so like basically all transactions have been wanting so they are even more expensive than the i show craze about controlling seventeen and serve if the happens we could have a serious excluded at the issues and the problem there is that there are two ways to it. One of them is to optimize the whole network or the other one is to optimize another network that you taylor for that specific use case and so for example you may you make make tepe or like basically free to run operations that are important for those so one of them <hes>. There's an important for us is permission chicken so like that's these hold their have permission permission to live with her finances from the dow and if they don't what is the best route that they could do it. Maybe they have tokens. May they can open a boarding so again with money from the dow all these primitives the <hes> we have smartphones framework called always they have way way way cheaper prices. If we had our own chain then the the problem there is a possibility so they ideally you have all of these protocols therion right and then you are able to access them from these other teams like a dow still owned but that's the rationale though you can build these chains that are not mayes for certain things and then they connect back to the theory on for like six or compatibility or security. Even maybe theorem is the mo secured. It's michael jordan other work and there's i think no doubt he's gonna have like the maximum security birtwell. Their specific chains just to go back earlier in that description. You were saying token bonding curve. Can you describe what that is people yeah so if anyone is familiar with i like the union shop like it's very similar concept <hes> investigator wing which we're going to change i fully decentralized way and the they go with the bonding curve is that you can basically defined like the demand and supply sites so you can sort of like architect. The price is going to take so if there is more demand they may go up more in you can also basically have reserves attached to this one so let's say for example fundraising when you when you buy into the curve whether you're doing for example sending die or isa or something into this curve and then the score of his new tokens thanks for you in this race him and so will happen in the india way around is you sell these tokens and then you you get part of this reserves <music> out in ether or die or whatever their race you always find in and so that's how it works and it's very exciting because you can basically covari going fundraising gets rid of sensory changes. You'll need to be listed in by announcer going based or anything like that. You can just have this morning and then rise way anyone. I'm gonna change it well. It's really cool. It's like having a market. That's just determined by the software something so then. The other thing i want to ask about was so you kept saying that basically you can build a blockchain said that certain functions are cheaper but why can't you do that the smart contract to you know what i'm saying like okay yeah mark contracts so it's really a theory simple everything inside and you have some functionalities that it's the they are built <hes> to be faster so the way they do that is be are up coats or pre compiles which basically means that the client understands certain code. Oh instead of like machine he just round seeds in a much more efficient way directly almost like native way right instead of his machine and so <hes> you can <hes> and the whole thesis round like polkadot kozlov these protocols is that you may be able to architect your whole changes in these things so everything's faster and burton's throve ryan like super generic <unk> machines of course. I think the the concept of utah machine is amazing meals with the theorem. You can go anything that you're not constrained to to the pre compile. The code say you can be anything that's been difference with bitcoin writing what media attractive hand i think having the power for the harare and community to also biscuit govern where it goes into pre compile worker in turn up call wise optimize why you optimize. Maybe there are things that we don't want automatic. Thanks for that. We wanna make winston device lists use of that. I think that's very cool concept like rickman over in one basically now oh i'm under says so that's why there have been all these votes around whether or not to either invest in polka dot or build on polkadot. It's because you if you do that. If you build on pogo dot then you could have a para chain that is oh now. I see where it's like kind of customized for the needs of air on exactly and then and then dow's can choose right. Maybe if you are building that is all about interacting with like compound and die in la these protocols maybe as for theory and you wanna have super high security is super expensive to interact with the dow for sure but if you wanna do that there's like huge use case for that but we also went to naval cases like organizing with my friends. Maybe i want greater with like ten people or i want to run a fundraising and i want people to be able to put money in with the dollar per transaction shen then you want to you want daryl use cases as well okay. I actually wanna go back to ask about the the jury sorry one more time or the court because i was noticing so basically when you were describing how the jurors come to their decision you guys conceded aided that okay jurors might discuss the vote with each other offline but then you also said that your fees are quote distributed proportionally only among the jurors that voted for the final ruling option meaning they basically get paid only if they vote voted for that one but i feel like just not give the jurors a financial incentive to collude and then also like because you know they have to stake the n. t. it seems like they would be incentivized to always vote in favor of what is the best value their own token but i didn't know if that could sometimes skew the outcomes in a weird way and if you've found that desirable or if you we even had thought that you realize that that might happen yeah well i on cushion the the idea is that if the happens we're going to feel like you know kind of race that to the next level well and then the next set of yours. Yes you do in the next five years. <hes> may not collude again so it may go back to their or you know <hes> sort of outcome that case have a hand in the first place and then for for a and t initially like sort of the incentive there debtor interesting question and there. He's some research we're going to be. It's too complex but that hasn't been research on basically if the whole network gets corrupted do on foods are key fork so basically what will happen there. Is that the whole describe for people. What few turkey is yeah. I there's a few keys these very cool almost gordon's mechanism but not really in which you basically have to release your markets and so basically you you you you predict what is going to be the winning option over a certain metric so for example. Let's say you are running a country and so these country do the find that these assessments trickiest g._d._p. Of the country and then you you have to the firm presidents and so they you may boat or you bet on the precedent that is going to it'd be more and then either precedent if one person wins and then increase the rewarded for betting on that and then if on the contrary goes down dan you'll get us last or may just not get rewarded for for that outcome and so there's these final process that is very much in research rig signal. Which is that you the whole. Nother word gets corrupted so like a._n._t. Holders all get corrupted. There's an attack on the whole network which will be will be very expensive but it could happen and then you basically split the network in two and then a food market on which which is going to be the the enterprise in the future so if the if the other work is incentivized to keep running into the court running you could predict that enterprise enterprise will go up if the court case actually resolved in a rational way right answer corrupt and so you that you could basically into the fork in which value more because that's the one in which are betting that the outcome was right and the other one is a breeze for the flag sifi this structure but it's very interesting in looked on our team proposes a few months ago and i think it makes a lot of sense in weight so just understand. It's sort of like like you who would be like if back when a theorem classic slid from a theory him if there were like marketplace on which one and then but then what would happen itself so whichever one has the highest g._d._p. Or whatever then then what you kill off the other chain like how like that's not possible right yeah. I mean basically will happen is that people use kind of migrate from one to the other and that's like you have different tokens and then there's one at chris value people bethany and the other one is about you may ended up being worthless. Okay the i dunno with ideologies. Some people might be convinced that they were right anyway but anyway okay all right so we've we've been talking a lot about governance of like the dow's within eric on but then let's talk about the governance of aragon itself because you have a way of governing aragon which is called a._g._p. Which is sort of similar to like an atheist proposal or a bitcoin approval proposal so described the a._t._p. System yes abuser argh over proposals breath and they are the ways that you can change our gobert oregon and so there is a ep zero which is the manifesto is a very broad mission statement. The project which lists the values are the has and then there's epee one which is the governor proceed self like how how you can submit a._p.'s and get them passed and approved and then there are using a._p.'s proportion and so these a._p.'s made different tapes so one of them is like a finance track a._p. Which basically is around finance and management and funding defend teams planning initiatives. There is a myth at the rec which changes the process itself oversee yourself and there's a proclamation strike like for example these <hes> like five day that i was talking about that was put in in other words. He was a proclamation in western work proclaiming. I want to have a national national holidays say and and so it's like with this is that they get bored by a whole nother work and then in the vote and then whatever it happens is executed right now. There is a poignant centralization though that i have to talk about which is there is this legal entity in switzerland called the arrogant of the season and the one <hes> regna curates proposals else and uses this mechanism body mechanism a signaling for what to do but <hes> like in the end the is the one that is executing these things straight rated as well and so that's the point of centralization and the issue while we cannot get away with it right now is because the ireland position has curated these proposals so they are not outright illegal right because right now the sooners won the funds for things and and so oh he has the power over this finances and e over the i want to see us from us basically money somewhere that was maybe illegal than i have been held liable how we want to change you to fully centralized project. He's actually using the court so they one of the first half court is actually ourselves. We're gonna took the money <hes> the finances funds for the break into thou and then we is there curate in that via the decision where he's going to have this <hes> sort of like manifesto and then people will be able to propose a u._p._s. and the network can holders may actually approval rhythm for the ballot so if they'd lead u._p._s. Don't agree or don't really empower or really <hes> followed the arrogant manifesto then you're gonna dispute and basically they don't go to the vote so that's how we blend with this person okay. There's so much unpacked. They're basically said the aragon association sort of the theory foundation in switzerland where essentially essentially it has control of the funds from the crowd sale but then there are like literal people that have signed on as director is where in switzerland if you guys do anything out of line with the mission of the association then you can be held personal personally liable so now you want to centralize that into. Did you say it was a smart contractor a dow but like what i didn't get was this part where people vote and then then you <hes> dispersed the funds based on how they vote. So how does that happen happen because it to my mind. It would seem like you would need a multi sig but then there's like people in control of that multi so well we wanted to decentralize defense as well well so like the dow will be one having the funds but then but then for the dow to make a transaction who who initiates that they will things is like the governors of this would be the holders so in the holders in the vote and then you this support threshold is passed in the both ashes then it automatically secured in the money goes out like the like the smart contract. Does it or coded okay so people vote. Oh like let's give laura one hundred percent of the tokens then and that passes then like what then happens so the smart contract sees okay. It's passed okay so i get it so then. Whoever makes the proposal they're proposing a piece of code where it's like if such and such then move the money i need to to laura's address something like that. He's pretty much like that. Yeah like when you when you open the dow these days in ukraine defines proposal for example with your saying e._s. <music> i might intend east to get money from this place to his place and i want to get you know maybe one hundred eighty and like talk in surmount and then when it's passed than are contract basically execute them okay so this is having multiple times in the conversation but it's very good because were you keep like answering the question almost before i get there because my next question was asked was to ask about your ideal governance which you remember i asked in the beginning and i was wondering how aragon currently falls short so that seems like one way but are there any other ways where you feel like aragon. You know needs to make other changes to get closer. Not your ideal one interesting conversation. We're hiring the our own community right now. Surround looked voting and the awards for awarding so there was this is very interesting a._d._p. Happened i think in the in the last boat during the prius run which was argon by that talk about and there was just because you wanted to invest like one point five million dollars into dots rights okay and so and so that that was that was a very interesting proposal <hes> because basically it didn't <hes> pass at the end. There was reversal a._d._p. Forty two which it was about <hes> not in argun polkadot so there was a mean from spike shannon emol <hes> proposed that one in the one i chained in case people missed that episode. You should listen to very good. Keep playing yes. There was a u._b. Forty two which was about like argonauts the building on talk about an amine posted this tweet like you know who can let me one million anti vegan like sway the boat i can both reports and i can't get passed liked in these toxins right now is that the are trader wolves so i mean it's not an easy read. This is like trying to have but you can buy them and if they are used for governance announced maybe able to sway the the rest of the boat and so there's he said the lock boring which is you love your tokens for deer and you'll get reward for boring you. You get more empowered to log them for for years. We got even more than one hundred years ago even more and so the idea is that you want people in your community that are really incentivize for the long break addict so the more they looking more incentivize the air for the like long term outcomes in the short term ones so you prevent <hes> communities or having communities which are made of like pump and dump recipe which happens a lot in the space and so that's one interesting conversation. You're one is around reward. In both sorta awarding people vote maybe via inflation but then you have the rim of random boarding so that you don't want anything to people to use go there and run them both whatever they they wanna boat that you need to make sure that they read on the understanding johnathan so media communists and over words plus look morning will be an idea way to actually incentivize people to stay and they lesions in the wrong term and then just i understand so for the locked votes like the longer you lock them than the more weight. Your vote has okay so it's somewhere to the lock. Drop that edgeware where was doing where you get more tokens the longer you lock them up well. One of the thing that i wanted to ask about was so voter participation has so far been low like like for the one that vote in this spring on whether or not by dots at all less than five percent of all tokens were used enough vote. So how do you plan to get higher. Levels also participation. Were there multiple ways that if that one of them is your says. I think nowadays money the boat. It's a very long process this in also either like proposals from the ballot. Some of them are very complex and you need to like study them so little time and it only takes a full day for an hour commit to member to study them and vote accordingly so that's that's that could be enhanced roy moore. I think also that are getting boring with help so we're planning planning to implement that so you can get your boats to someone else then they can. They can put in the future. It will be less of direct democracy and more it is like a cooperative. I think that's i mean that's the <hes> the world having going for hundreds of years right and we have these democracies crissy's and so i think that's great but this new systems also allow you to both directly if you don't want to go through these intermediaries rights and also with with this liquid democracy you're able to basically delegate and then the representative is something wrong. You can out of money colleague lincoln tunnel one. You'll have to wait for four years for your terms and so i think that's super brains are seeing increased participation. They're not on the other hand. I have to say i think we're very upset with participation and wishing that so much focus on the outcome of this issue tunes and so if you look at the network and the outcomes of their decisions so far. It's been a mason like i'm really amazed by. There hasn't been any major like this in the has impact correct and i think the important part of the outcome in other participation ridden early one thing also is that at this moment there's not a lot of usage of the network like they're few fewer than seven hundred organizations in aragon so far and then there's even like less than one million lean dollars in eric on smart contracts. So what are your plans to get more adoption. There's a great question. I think that's one of the main problems of the space. We are building technology. That is very realistic listrik but this is how to get like actually like some users. I think fundraising will really help us that. I love are gone from racing in sexually i think the best way to fundraise from anywhere in the world and then louisiana transparent way so i think that would really have in the in the short term. We're also also launching a new version that is going to make it easier for people to use argon industrial user experience so i think that will really help as well. I think there is is one missing piece which is aboard ship them boarding unlike private keys and all these things and embracing more price because the like do the need to remember private keys. You need to mask use. I usually like to up almost and so i think really option as well focusing on new use use cases and kind of hand holding users that is something that i'm very excited about where i started doing more and more and because there is where you see this travels people are having and so. I think that will really help in the medium term. I i think in the short-term is actually very tough to get mainstream. Instrumental soon. I think even will we've seen is that people are using in the cruiser seen more than mainstream right now because they can actually understand way better away why they need right so we have these a sample of like miller brothel which launched there go and they build the protocol milano. Oh she was on the mono was on my show too nice yeah they're great and so i think is like a few days ago actually shown their whole governance to tamara glendale so they have these holders holders both council and this concert can upgrade the smart contract so does have option right there but i think we're you're gonna see minstrel show morning the medium-term not so much in this sort of thing in the crypt options w the the most powerful yeah when i was researching this i was like this is getting really futuristic and i was like this. This isn't like something that people are really using a lot now but it's really interesting and <hes> i did another episode with lake glen or glenn whale and santiago serey and some areas where similar so you kind of mentioned something about this but i wanted to ask you directly and so this is actually something i'm not certain about but i did read somewhere that you personally have a large percentage of an t. I could not verify that. I tried to figure that out but but i couldn't see you can correct me if i'm wrong but regardless like do you think in general the concept of wales adversely affects governance and if so how you you know what you guys <hes> tried to address that yeah well i think there is a little skate against pornography and i think on one hand. That's understandable brown on your hand home. People who have like skin the game is actually very good thing if you if you put up if you found for example and you put up a significant on the mound of your portfolio is by a talking because you really believe in the future of it <hes> then i mean capital at the end of the day is like how you stake in the systems if you will select if you build that bush overtime do of course like to govern it in in some way i think the confusion comes in where when we talk about common goods versus not come one good and so actually i have an interesting discussion yesterday about these were someone was arguing that bitcoin therion the protocol because protocols standards and standards are free so we've been hearing you need to like you know by two feet so i think actually will we see dan. Is that what we call. Protocols are not protocols. They are networks and they are. They are like our next version or next. Generation civil hold their gordon's so in traditional corporate. You have holders and they go in the whole system. Usually they are very institutionalized and we components like apple google which like early investors back in the day which basically kind of how all the all the growth of the upside from these networks works and now with bitcoin theory and we're seeing more and more retail investors getting in and they are also profiting from this huge networks that are being built in the beginning and that's a beautiful like they're much more open. They're much fluid. You need to be created investor. You'll need to be v. c. to actually see the real real quick or in the big reunion of the break. If you look at bitcoin for example he wasn't busy firms that good bitcoin at one dollar. He was cyberpunk. People who are buying drives a completely different crowd and i think that's like the way to look at it. The second extended version of shareholder governance a next generation holiday governance and not so much common goods although it also has the common good but i wouldn't say i wouldn't look okay devastate then one coming out of that about that. I think there were some wealthy people who got annetta dollar but i won't name them on the podcast oh but anyway <hes> actually so i actually wanted to just ask more directly about that issue with the polkadot vote you kind of addressed it with the locked boating but i didn't know if there was was like anything else you would add but basically <hes> so just for people who don't know and i can't remember described on the show basically there was this vote you know. Should we stay focused focused on theory. I'm or should we also develop on polkadot and as the vote was going along. It seems like the sentiment was to stay vote <hes> developing on a theory him and then at the very last minute somebody put in a ton of tokens to sway the vote in the other direction where like it would be impossible in a short amount of time time to overcome the state put in so the locked voting solve or is are there any other solutions guys are thinking of tumor specific like the boat wrote both was like no like i think it was like one percent more than just and then this will made it like wait you no more no than than yes in the end but it was really no i think will look you may be able to solve it but i don't think it's an issue in this particular case i was trying to identify who is personal <hes> and i couldn't video feed but i was trying to identify like just going through cannon seen hall they held and all of that and they can be like an arrogant use like this person was in the community for a long time and so i think we look boring the extra million this person has more power but you know they orji born the market on the i can't remember but if another thing you know if they have this they're they're geico i think they sell the the devote okay so so you don't have any other ways to kind of prevent the gaming the system in this way or do you not see it as gaming well. There is there is one way i don't see this game the onus but there is one way that you can prevent this kind of last meal boats like i think this both right in the in the last year so basically <hes> chain the outcome and so you're gonna have these mccain. Thanks for boarding. There's actually also been <hes> <hes> kind of discussing the community which is that there's a significant change in manchester in the last <hes> like means our worse or if there's like a significant amount of boats you can extend the period of time of their both for like twenty four hours for forty years something like that and then do it again and again and again until like basically there are no like final last me at votes and then the point is like the final outcome is revealed so i think this affect perfect meal help or also like kind of look and reveal boring were both are not transparent but you have to let you know committee first and then repeated the end and and then they all boats are probably but at the end and not real time legal hope and obviously you and i were here this weekend berlin for web web three dot com so did you guys present anything or like what what milestones will people be looking at going forward. Yes so okay presented the i will never work and it was it was so cool because like the room was so packed it was it was really missing the interest on on a court system which they two years ago was saying in order to believe there could be like you know then <hes> then i had the opening keynote worth cemetery with us. This year was very much. Doubt he was kind of crazy was it was me and then ryan insurer percent in <hes> somebody yasser own <hes> very interesting story coming up then there was dow panel the newest yada from one of the development themes call autarkic presenting their arghanab with for like arrogant organizations so you is pretty much of a thousands because like i think you know we saw this incoming but we didn't see the interest in the community this past two years or so. I think this thing myrna are still being carried around and nothing now we are liberating ourselves from that and we're really to like the like the delta point kind of thing right sound super survey said about it and then we also presented the article in the system which is our take on enhancing consistency across all the platform making sure that app developers can easily be sending a new apps by leg biscuit dragged under components. Ah ah so a couple of things so i wanted to do this show partially because i know everybody's talking about dallas again so i was like okay. This is like a good way to kind of be on trend but then the other thing was that actually it's funny that we mentioned this space thing before because y'all dov idea is about governance and space like she she wants to what was it like <hes> essentially organization to explore space or something centralize spacex basically okay yeah so it's funny that that was the theme in episode one anyway thanks so much for coming on and things laura thanks so much for joining us today to learn more about louis and aragon on check the show notes inside your podcast player if you're not yet subscribed to my other podcasts unconfirmed which is shorter and a bit noisier be sure to check that out also find out what i think are the top kripa stories each week by signing up for my email newsletter unchained podcast dot com and team is producing me laura shin without factor recording anthony yoon daniel nece and brushed roughly. No thanks for listening <music>.

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