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Off The Record: Tim is Famous Again! (ft. Tim Chantarangsu)

JKNews

23:13 min | 8 months ago

Off The Record: Tim is Famous Again! (ft. Tim Chantarangsu)

"We need three to one action. He goes on backed off the record. And we talk about what we wanted. Aw giambi's here. I know it's okay you can. You can still call me. And some of you know it's weird it's not a bs. Why change the name big deal it was you know you know you correct. Fans do people still call you by your old people get so call me and i say that in the video i'm like hey guys i'm not gonna get mad. You call him mad at me. I'm pissed actually. I'm gonna talk to you after this guy at least your name big. He loves and the satellite. Then the mayo hair. I still get uncle. Sam like every once in a while every day i dunno damsel. All but still fans would be like that. Call me traffic an ship. Traffic your rap alias. I totally forgotten made you drop traffic completely. No one likes traffic that originally i had traffic as rab name and same with the a comedy. Because i didn't want people to think i was making comedy. Wrap your childish gambino donald. Yeah i was doing that. Treat beak way to say during songs and shit on or kill no. I just thought it sounded cool. I for a rapid be like trae peak. But yeah i dropped it because i feel like i got to a point where people either knew that i was like a funny person that also like spirit real bars and i didn't need to confuse people anymore because i would have people who are like. Oh my god. I just realized traffic and timothy ghetto or the same per what the dog. So yeah but this is actually so now. It's like they're they're both gone and i'm just wrong you and i actually like. I finally have a thing where i'm like. It's on on like a press like unreleased. Tim shot the wrong. You in in this thing now because when is this. I don't know if this make this. Come after monday's about on tuesday on his new. Mtv show guys out no told mild in mild out you guys potato chips and a mild side. It's a fiddle enough conductor in japanese First grade they have this like It's like a like a kids alive. Yeah and it's like the red team versus the white team real damage. That was his name. You guys know from intel or the hispanic guys. That kiki sorry okay. We took away from your on. Who had a huge new show. You guys know ridiculousness so wished we were doing. They're doing me up for a spin off of ridiculousness called deliciousness where it's all good clips. Keep going keep going to the star of its. I know and it's called the listeners where we reacting the food clips and shit. But here's the dopers. So you're chanel. West coast sterling sterling in But the host is fucking kelly cope housekeeper and say what do food have you seen him lately. She likes food no for one for one. She's fucking hot. I was kidding. These aren't even know that i was just kidding. Tiffany ambert decent amber tiffany now and she has like cooking cooking things. She does like cookbooks. And shit like that and chrissy teigen thing and And first of all chino sport but like oh my gosh. She's still so high. Like i'm on set with god kill ekapat. Let's not close because everything's distanced and she's over there hosting on the couch zach matter shooting every. Oh how close have gotten hugged in every do visit crazy that you used to jerk it to her in the ninety s. You mean still no. It's pretty. it's tricky because like so it's a random ass cast but everyone kind of does food things kelly capacity season. It's angela from the office. Two thousand eighteen foot. Fuck japan and cal from keenan and kellogg. Good burger that has on. The food is the good record connect and he also does like he's like sauces burger sauces. Real yeah yeah what do you do and i do basic tabuchi food show and send in all the show also we we all sit and make jokes about the clips that they show. Just wanna meet all those people so that comes on december fourteenth on mtv. Make sure you check that out to angela number fourteen day if you have a million followers on your instagram in a couple of shows on the internet. I'm pretty sure you could be on on as a guest. We don't even have guests. Guests are could be a cas- are you. Cast on the show. Thank you for the duration. Is angela like really nice person. She overnights nights what she looks like. One on just good actress total bit almost. Do you guys see. Friends is finding her forbidden. Love i think for instance really funny but people don't find funny. I just i wasn't my. I was a kid then. It's as a kid as well seven watching this. I remember it was one thousand nine hundred seven seven watching friends. I thought was hilarious. Little tight actually had a crush on pill. Didn't kellyanne did you. You put put them as your as your to me. They're both the esplanade measure hall hash. David feel that you ditched them now. And you're moving up dude. Who cares true. Data has a netflix. Show on right. Yeah skis his thing i guess. How do you guys feel the david you guys. That's that's a true percent foods co. feeling the answer expect him to run away when it comes to food because he's run away from us toward food right right because he's your own show called take foods. Yeah it so. Are you excited about this. Like do you watch on tv. And you're like you get your family and shit like watch mtv at the time. Well i figured how to watch it. Because i don't currently have. Mtv pursue my cable. I watch cable through hulu. And tv's not on their list. Because i don't use spectrum anymore. So i got to watch it. I add hook you up with just like like i mean yeah they can send you links to the episodes. But i'd like to watch it. You're looking at youtuber. Doesn't have you premium. I have not spectrum tv. Guess i guess i need to. I really want to watch the episode though. Because like what's dope about this compared to being a while now is like a fucking castle twenty people in like grabbing the mike trying to get their jokes off. This is like it's one of like three people. So i get a lot of screen time. It's led to audition. Was that process like now. i didn't. They just hit me up. They're like hey they wanna shoot they wanna use you for like a pilot of this like ridiculous spin off and then we'll see how it works. And apparently they shot like a few different variations of ridiculousness with like different casts of people. In the only one that got picked up for more episodes. Like it's really smart. Smart about it is that i feel nowadays. Just get some bland ass host and they just do things whereas this reaches exactly the demo that you guys are going for food like not just food but like you got a ninety s icon like for those thirty year olds who are watching this respective demographic audience and so much more sense to get all these even cal to exactly so be like millennial audience. Yeah exactly. I was watching. I was like. Oh my god i have. Dvd's shows you bring inside. I would totally do that. I won't say one day when she said she was like. Oh my god. I love it. She's tired of this shit. Nah i mean. Probably i think five fucking assault everytime phone rings. It's about something though. No her ring point getting. That's cute now. She's all those cats always get called about doing some reunion. Show some other reunions. Where they did it. I saw the instagram posts. That misted with the mom searching out. Allah dallas cool. I heard it's just a conversation of actually doing an episode. It's it's a. It's a conversation old house at the old set they recreated the whole set and fucking man. It's though like two minutes and she was already like ball. What does it on. Prime batman real amazon. Hbo max yeah. Yeah it's it's dope. They do this whole thing. Of course talk about oncle fill. Everyone cries. He does a whole interview with the original mom who he hadn't spoken to him thirty years. Yeah they had a lot of beef. Will smith in the regional. 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The originally didn't like will smith because he was being like a young twenty something like big headed and stuff and was like yo chill out and then we'll like that but he was a big enough star to get booted off so there's a whole thing skinny of it. I don't know if he admitted it happened. Admits he's like y'all look honestly. I was twenty years old. I didn't know hoover. Yeah i didn't know what was going on with you. I just knew that. Like what what i saw. Whatever and she's like you don't you have no idea and you also didn't ask. She was pregnant. She got fired after the season when she was pregnant. Low like. I was dealing with an abusive marriage. So there's a reason why. Like i would come to set. I just didn't feel like talking to people. And she basically she's like she's like did you have no idea she's like i lost everything because of the words you said to get me off the show who i like the the whole thing. They say recorded that and up. Yeah and he's like like so back then. He was saying that she was difficult to work with. And she's like. Do you have any idea the effect that has on a black woman especially a dark skinned black woman for you to say with your stature in the industry until the industry that i'm difficult to work with she's like i lost every they pick the lighter skin actress to take over me next well. I didn't even know. There was a switch. Because i was so young. What renewed looks totally different like. I wasn't that diehard of fan to notice because you know you don't watch every single episode. sometimes you missed one and then you know. Here's here's what i didn't get into. I got older on the season where they came back and made the switch because they didn't at all they didn't knowledge because fucking jazz. Jazz was like in the living room as the new moms like dusting and shit and jazz is something different about you. All i'd just i can't put my finger on and we'll kind of like looks at the camera breaks the fourth wall. Wow and he's like. I got a fire. What did he say to that. He was like to be honest when i watched. I was expecting him to like fool out. Be like i'm so sorry about that. But he was he was more being like our twenty. I didn't know what you were going through. And he does apologize towards the end of it. They both mutually apologized because they had both like talked a lot about each other. But yeah it was crazy so you could. You could tell that she really wanted to go in more on like you fucking ruined my life. You know what i'm saying. She was really kinda holding it together and like forgave him in the hugged and they said like we literally like they hog. They're like well. It's been a long time like twenty seven years. Should have been like. Here's ten million dollars. Yes and this is why. I told everyone your difficult. No one way or another twenty years be difficult right now. Switch on instagram. Like wolves post is that janet looks at age one like at like one year at all like she looks identical. The bimbo sister original. Oh actress name. You didn't see didn't age at all. And what does she time travels to get to this reunion. Let's go crazy it will. Some will say that black don't crack. I've heard that she's i need to see what it finally to watch it. It's fucking tight. Do you watch it on hulu. Hbo only hbo. Matt's okay. i have look at. Doug watch it especially i mean also to die hard fresh prince fan. You know what i'm saying. So it's like us always favorite and i loved him because her her name's not and i know a lot of girls i started with t. and i was like oh i love it. And then her her voice. Oh beautiful carlton. he's the best. It's so funny joe. But then he did it on so many differently nine shows and he on dancing stars of course and it just became something where i started to feel bad for him. Funds sad is known for anything else at all that debt maybe arrow was yet backup. Michael jackson hewitt has on the pepsi. Commercial michael jagua his middle name is abraham lincoln. Alphonso abraham lincoln ribero. What shit. i wonder why they didn't put that in the title distracting hosted america's funniest videos. Then is it okay to see how he was great and dance and he's funny. He was the perfect merited he could tell too. Because will really couldn't show if you could tell beginning rules. Just being wilson when he had to do that uncle the data. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna ruin the moment for you. But they talk about that that specific scene and how much he wants to impress uncle phil 'cause uncle phil train shakespearean actor and shit and my favorite was when they're at the pool hall and then Ankle comes into goes. Jeffrey breakout. lucy's yes well fonda was such a good actor. Everybody on that show was a good actor and then we'll kind of grew is the show. One thing that they showed on the reunion is because will was such a like. He was so new to everything that he would memorize. Like everybody's lying because he was so nervous. And there's episodes the early ones and you never noticed until they show you because zoom up on wheels mouth and he's mouthing everyone's lines as they're doing. It's the only way you could do like bugging. He'll say his line and then it'll be talking to like say his wine. That's funny behind the scenes stuff of the stuff that you love really interesting. You've been famous since twenty. Yeah can you imagine watching independence day without wilson. It doesn't work. I don't know if anybody has kind of gravitas because he. He won a grammy even before the showroom stock a rapper. I already famous robbery. He made like nineteen eighteen. Nineteen because when they were having that conversation of him being twenty third season fresh prince teenager it started in nineteen ninety first prints it aired nineteen ninety. He was born sixty eight. Do the math to successful the last fifty years. that's crazy. And then he started a youtube channel in dallas pop. Right from the beginning. Now he's a fucking instagram started to. I remember one of my first crush on tv. Kelsey and and so dante bosco. He did a movie called fake the funk right with with touching the banks the love interest and years later after me and dante had already become cool then like number shit. I randomly text him. I was like dude. You made out with ashley banks. Because they had a kissing scene in that movie. And i just remember being like brawl. That's cool and he's like. Oh yeah you know he had talked to you. I was like wow this. Just part of acting yeah. It's still so cool. That is cool to make out. Kelly capacity on the show or dante says mary do. Moore's to make okay capacity. And then i wish i was. He was in my phone. That boris kiss lifts the kiss such when you leave me. With there's a reboot of fresh prince of bel reboot. it some. there's a new saved by the bell coming out on peacock and it looks so funny. The writers of thirty rock. And it's like mario lopez is the principal and brought it. Looks fine zach as the governor now california so good originals zach. Moore's not the governor. Busy the trailer. Though i just saw alive building. He's still alive. You should be the principle. It looks funny row. Forty eight got people being either. Make you a playwright timeout. What is up with these kids in. Attendance will be back stab. You look amazing. Hairs fire coming. I don't care about your dad's spencer. I just care about stockton tally. All these kids to feel welcome talk backwards in. It's not gonna work unless you know how bayside works for kids like you. Hot kids privileged kids privileged. We're finally long actually ordered. She's take a look in your pocket. Please ever stop being weird. A what to look good dropping were not where the base acapella group. Yeah do the news show kelly. What the fuck she may. Maybe it's a surprise peacock that new. Nbc's streaming yes kelly's in it. Kelly was busy filming delicious. I talk maybe it's a big reversal. So we're screech rehab. I think have you heard the news. The porn he stabbed a guy. I think he's yeah. I don't i think he. He wrote a tell all book about how they all are assholes and yeah. I don't think he's going to be off. Yeah dustin diamond right. Yeah he said that. All of the kids were assholes. He said. they're all assholes because he was a nerd. Yeah the clubs are going to fuck with was younger than everybody. Yeah i mean on the shoulder bully him and off the show. Their method actors. You fucking nerd. Yeah you fucking. Not such as lisa turtle dude. What happened to lisa. She isn't just nattering. She's kind of going through some like some shittu in real life. I think she kissed you know. Okay well yeah shoots her that jesse. Let's better stuff. Usually girls seen the inside of her pussy.

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Flawless and Fake: The Dangerous Trend of Instagram Retouching

Art Beauty

32:49 min | 2 years ago

Flawless and Fake: The Dangerous Trend of Instagram Retouching

"It's like, you know, the warm weather remind our go, I'm on so many hormones that like I literally have to persecute quarter gun. Sorry, guys. So, but you know, what the hormones may be so dumb. They really don't though the last time we were together a new you were feeling a little silly goose. And I was like bitch used a LOP rate and a lot faster than most. Yeah. Well, honest to God it, yes. So it's a good thing that I'm so smart. So now anyway, odd that no, no, hey, everyone. I'm amber heard I and this is our beauty the real truth about the fake shit reporting from our favorite spot in New York City, the red berry New York rate is always a lovely fabulous day. And today, we are really talking about the fake shit. Because a lot of times we focus on the real shit. But we're talking about fake Instagram today and fake social media. And I mean, Ryan, we are social media whores and our album cover photo is insane. And in discussion when we were talking about it. I said I wanted to look like across between a cover of a law magazine and the new Fendi campaign for Ghana's like launch to Sephora, and that was my whole thing. And you looked at me and laughed and said, but we're not said, but we will be because I believe in Photoshop guy. Dammit is my way of life. I could walk around airbrushed. I would. Yes. And you know, what people have written me? They're like, oh my God. You look so great. You haven't aged a day. That's partly. Thanks to the guests at we're going to have on today. But let's be real. We definitely had those. Retouched when I got the Ross. I was like ooh, you wrote like baby. This is just the jumping off point. But we're sure, but you know, there's so there's so many absent that do it that do with video. Remember, what was when they showed me when we stress. So you were like, what do you mean? I go I don't know how but it can make our is bigger. Are double chins, Lee. Are changed the shape of our faces in real time. Right. Like, so it's not because you can do that with photos post, and then of course, you can doing with those Snapchat filters. But this is just like regular video. But you can make yourself thinner. You can make your face thinner. You can make it like you said, you're is bigger. Yeah. It's crazy. I just I have no idea. What my kids are going to think growing up. I. Yeah. Do you like this? This isn't gonna look at certain things and that that's normal. Do you think that there's going to be some sort of a revolt that just going to be like pendulum swinging? No more like just be yourself. Be true. Yeah. We're like don't think. So because let's look at advertising for the last fifty years trail. Yeah. Everybody's still is pretty well. But no there's been this shift. It used to be. I guess not still beauty. It's still trying to make ourselves nasty. Acceptance of plus size models. Yeah. And it's like still like inching its way. Yeah. But without further ado, we have an awesome guest today. Dr jabber. I mean, you guys have heard us talk about him because he's the guy that we go to when we wanna look younger, Dr J you've done injections. You've done both talks. We did best IBO talks together. We got a release that it was so much fun. Wonderful doctor, Washington square dermatology. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you so much for having me and we met years ago when I was working for another company and we did a few pieces on laser tattoo removal laser fractional laser for scars or wrinkles. Scars are lazy. Okay. Yeah. See God better memory than I is it wall. For a long time. Amber. I know I know and guess what I keep looking younger and younger things number does look younger every day. I can't take full credit. It's all about beauty having. She has. She's just a beautiful woman with wonderful genetics. I'll look what a sweetheart you are. And you just got married. So it's got married. Congratulations. I've been married for twenty eight days. Oh, all right. Very lucky, man. Yeah. And my wife has not divorced yet. So I'm very special. No, she's lucky to and I love and you've got that smiling. Glow about you. Marriage is wonderful. If you find the right partner, it can be just the best thing. So we want to talk to you today about your take as a as a professional, and what you're seeing people come into your office and talk about is there a real danger with all social media while I think the average person spends hours a day on social media looking at pictures on Facebook and Instagram, and I think the problem is is that when they see a lot of these pictures. The assume that these people really look like that when in real life, they don't and I think that's a huge change, particularly for young people. And I see that a lot of people come into my office saying though, actually show me pictures of actors models social media, Instagram celebrities, saying I want to have skin just like this person. And and you look at them and their skin is perfect. They don't have no lines on their face their textures perfect. Not one Brown spot no wrinkles. And but that's how the average person looks. And it happened. Remember last week? I had a young woman come in. She showed me a model picture, obviously looks beautiful and then we start and then I went we went through Google images. And I went through all of Google images hundred of them had been edited. But we found one picture of her on a red carpet, which was taken live and said, look she had lines here. She's like, wow, she did. But that was the only picture that she had happened to be alive. Picture this. I'm going to take in. And so I think it's I feel sorry for this younger generation. I think about how we grew up. We didn't really take pictures. You took pictures for as a kid for your. Once a year for school. God mine are horrific you've seen. I know we bring this up. But we bring up the time that I looked like I was in a cult called. Oh, yeah. I'll show you the picture. I see I I don't know. I came out of the closet young. I had a lot of young gay friends. We used to take photos all the time. We had those disposable cameras. We would run to CVS. Here's like oh. Do you? Remember that? See I did that too. We would take all the photos, and that was when again, you would have to wait you would drop off those little disposable cameras. Pray pray that like the film didn't. Yeah. And it didn't get left out in the sun. And you come back with entire role of black photos and be like. Yeah. Oh, jeez. Been. Yeah. Know, I just the crew Iran with we were all about all the wrong things growing up, and we just wanted to. We thought we were famous at fourteen. The interesting thing is when we were doing photos like that the only people that were seeing them where people that you could. Then hand the social group was really small for that. We're nowadays. It's like you put up a photo, and it can be seen by millions of people and commented on and not just not as you can put something up and people can either boost you up, which is really wonderful, or they can tear you down, which is kind of terrifying. Also, run remember back, then there wasn't any editing. Right. You took the pictures. That's who you were. And I think the problem now is because people spend so much time on social media looking at pictures. Thera perceptions of shifted, and they have unrealistic expectation unrealistic expectations and perceptions, and you know, I have patients that are in media models Instagram celebrities, one not and they are good looking people. But I can tell you many. Examples of a patient mind, that's a beauty and Ceram celebrity. She if you look at her pictures and videos, she's perfect skin. But I've treated her for her acne scars. I've a patient of mine that's a model she came in to treat her under eye bags, but she is literally a facial cosmetics model. So if you look at any of her ads. Yeah, she doesn't have bags. So I think that unfortunately, there is it's crates is false perception that you can be perfect. When most people aren't we all have imperfections. It's why I love you as a doctor. I've sent number of people to you, and recommended you up down left, and right because I do think that you you have this caring and realistic approach. Like you've told me before that's snow Ryan's on the same thing. When when I wanted to go blonde here like we're not gonna do that that it's not necessary. And I remember when I was working from your ad the first thing, I came in and said was what do you think I should do? And I love it. 'cause you really. What are the what's bothering you? First of all is there anything bothering you like we don't need to do anything. They hired you to be the face of murod. Why do you think that you need to do something? And it was kind of I opening to me. And I did I still continue to bow talks. I still continue to do filler and we've done laser together. So there's things that we're doing out there. But a lot of people aren't being met necessarily, honest about it. So as a caring professional, I'm glad that you're saying this, but as a as a professional who works in this industry, it's got to be great business is of course, I've been listening. I think everyone wants everyone wants to look good. Yeah. I think there's there's nothing wrong with looking good looking better. I wanna look good. I've done a ton of botox. I've done a ton of laser. I've done filler. But I'm honest about it. Well, and I'm honest about what I do. And I think that there's also people that say oh natural in that really is in the case. Yeah. And I think that's that's another problem. That's out there too. Yeah. So when is it, okay? To give yourself a little bit of fluff on your pictures. Well, elevates have been I feel like when you are filtering and face tuning and changing your nose and changing your John line and changing the shape of your eyes. You're no longer representing yourself. Right. Right. So I think that's when it's like, you know, when you're on Instagram, and you just like swipe and just change the filter a little bit to soften the way your skin looks. I think that's fine. I agree with that. I think that's very different than making your nose smaller. Make your is bigger. Absolutely. Do you think though? Now, I'm playing devil's advocate because do you think that in some ways with plastic surgery being it is it is what it is? Right. And people were going to want to have a nose job or a boob job. And if it's something that you feel bad about. About yourself. I think plastic surgery can be a wonderful option to help people who really feel about something. Do you think that the ability to go in and face tune that people can say, oh, wait a minute. I thought I wanted my new smaller, but jeeze that really isn't it is has there been any? Is there any good side to being able to do this? I think they're definitely as good size. So you can kind of see kind of how you would look in these situations ten pounds lighter. Sure. And I think plastic surgeries wonderful. I mean, if you have there's plenty of reasons to do plastic surgery, and there's plenty of reasons to do botox filler and laser to make yourself look better. I don't think that's the issue. It's the issue is more like these unrealistic expectations and these false perceptions. And it's really the media is a big copper to it. You were talking earlier about companies don't only company that I know dove as far as I know, and I could be wrong. But as far as I know dove uses real people and does not add it there editor advertisements. So there among the only. Companies that I'm aware of. But I think it's just I just feel sorry for this younger generation, and there's so much pressure for them to look perfect and be perfect and not everyone's perfect. And that's that's okay. Don't raising my daughter and telling her everyday that she's beautiful and commenting on her hair. And because it's different it's curly. And it's frizzy, but I tell her it's beautiful every day. And I think, you know, setting herself up to have as much confidence as possible as like my job as a father seven was. So that that way when these hurdles do hit. Hopefully, I've done enough ground foundation building here for her as a young woman with all the stuff that's gonna come at. Hopefully, she doesn't want to just hack half her face off like one of the famous billionaires that just did on that confidence. I had this conversation with my husband last night. This is kind of we're gonna take. Little bit of a detour here, but he's reading Doreen grey, right? The the classic Oscar Wilde novel, and so he was like told me to read it to you. When he started reading it to me, and one of the interesting things that we're both realized is that a lot of the messaging there is very contemporary one of the things that one of the guys says to this young dorien gray is your beauty is going to you're going to get older beauties gonna fade. But that confidence will will make you a more beautiful person. And it's interesting, and I wonder if it's one of the reasons that that book has been able to withstand the time because that messaging really hasn't changed. My mother always taught me have confidence of confidence because confidence beautiful. And I think it's sad. Because the older we get when I was younger. I did not give a f- about what I look like I would get up. I would sing dance I would perform I had. No, I was confident and and life kind of Khun ship away at that. So. I don't know. I guess it's something that you just don't work on his child you need to work on that throughout your entire life. Do you feel like your husband does some of that too? Like as a new husband, doctor, you your husband. I married like do you feel like our partners? Can do they continue that with that? I mean, absolutely. Like you mean to to boost us up? Yeah. I mean through all of the I mean, my husband has seen. It's funny. When when I met my husband, I was a good. I don't know fifteen ten fifteen pounds heavier and God bless and it wasn't. It wasn't just that. It was heavier. It was that heavier. It wasn't like a tone heavier now if I go up or down at least there's some tone to the body, but but this was just like I mean, I had been just having a grand old time with the best friend. We would call the diner. Order the left side of the menu. It was a lot of fun. But he he he said that the confidence that I had at that point was so beautiful and. He I remember one day. It was like yours beautiful as the day. I met you. And I was like, whoa. Take that back. Beautiful as the day, married. You. We will we will joke. But I think that. Yeah. It's really important when choosing a partner, you know, to to find somebody. There is no perfect person. There's no perfect person. But there are people who can certainly elevate you, and that's really what you want. I saw a patient yesterday. She's really wonderful woman, and I've been doing Bo toxin filler on her. And I saw cooked you came back for follow up and I walked in. I said, wow, you look so beautiful. And then she said to me. Oh, so I don't look ugly. What why would you even say that? And she's like oh sorry. It was my mom. You know, my mom always said, I was ugly as a kid it's crazy and she's in her forties. And she's still going to therapy for it. So. It's really so I mean, my nickname in like or what the kids made fun of me for was how big my forehead was you've got a very nice for head now after two rounds of hair transplant. Let's talk about it. That was what I got picked on. That was the first thing when I had a little bit of money. I threw it towards. Yeah. You know? And it's so funny, and you just brought that up, and I was like, I I mean, you know, what though God bless we do live in a wonderful world where it's like if you now want to change it you can end it can be very it's not that it's not expensive. But there are affordable ways to to take steps to change the things that you want to change. And the nice thing nowadays is you can make yourself the best version of you. I think that's what's important for for people to remember is that you are who you are. None of us are going to be perfect. But if there's something that really bothers you do it. But you want to be the best version. Of yourself. And I think that's what's really important. You know, it took me a lot of hard work and a lot of saving to pull my trigger on my first big surgery, but it's not an option for a lot of people. So you know, what what are some? I don't know quick fixes ways to really to to Brighton to tighten to lift that that are that are acceptable to the to the average woman or man, I think a lot of times you don't need to spend a lot of money to to get good results and simple things can go a long way. And the first thing I tell everyone is sunscreen, using regular sunscreen is by far the most effective thing for anti-aging. I've had patients as spend hundreds and hundreds of dollars on fancy moisturizers and creams and serums and peptides, but they go lay out in Miami. And they get some burned. Well, it's not affective, and my analogy is if you're building a house, you don't buy the fanciest chandelier you folks on designing a nice house first, and then you were Schindler at the end. And so the focus. It should be some protection. That's the most important thing. You can do for anti-aging. The next thing. You can do is a retinol cream at night, and there's really expensive fancy retinol. But there's also some inexpensive ones out there to what did he inexpensive ones expensive ones are ones like rock or ole? Okay. Twenty thirty dollars retinas pretty much retinol, you know, the active ingredient to the same the fancier ones may have more proprietary chemicals. They may have they may feel a better that it'd be a little bit more striking but not in this may not be necessarily better. So when you talk about the fancy ones are you talking about like a retina like prescription prescriptions different. So if you so I always if depends on how your what your skin type is like if your skin is more oily, definitely get a prescription right name, and you can get that from your plastic surgeon or a dermatologist seem much more effective than over the counter. But the problem with the prescription versions of zero stronger, they might be a bit more drying. So in that case start out with an over the counter one. If you're worried about that is there. Brand that you like, you know, I think it really depends on the individual. I think there's so many out there. And it's really about finding one that you like and finding one about your your price point as well. So if you're looking for something inexpensive ole rocker nice, if you're looking for something, but fancier, skin suit accuses a nice product. A lot of dermatologists have won by skin better science, which is a retinol with lactic acid, which is really nice and exploiting. And so there are a lot of options. And it really just depends on what fit your budget and try different things and see what you like to. I love writing all's pedal. I do try to incorporate them I find that it really works on pore size in cleaning out, the pores, and it definitely cell turnover. I mean, it's a noticeable difference. Now, your makeup sits better other products during in the morning going a little bit better. There's a lot of boosts and a lot of benefit to it that being said we had tried to do you. And I the last time I saw you the funniest I listen these. Masks that we keep talking about because they're from a dollar at a register to seven dollars Dwayne Reed to I bought a bundle at Costco, and we just chuckled because we tried to do this episode at nine we realized that we can't because we have to do the masks. I then talk about them about them. And then I went and try to couple and they just like it was just a nightmare for me. We also started to go through them and realize that we wanted to have an expert kind of break through some of the ingredients because at the end of the day, you know, the Lemaire masks were what one hundred eighty dollars where you've got ones that you can get at Costco for essentially a dollar a mask into. What was it? Right. They all work the same you rip amount of the little foil packet. It's a cotton in some slime for lack of a better term that you slap on your face for fifteen to twenty minutes, and it promises better firmer softer skin to attend of the day. You look through. These ingredients in what what what are the things that we should be looking for what are things that we should be trying to avoid finding in these. Because there's a a huge price difference. She massive become really really hot and popular and kind of started. I think a lot of it started from the cream beauty, and then it's kinda shifted here. And so she master basically cotton mask with infused with different serums or chemicals. And it really depends on you should really think about what you're using it for when you decide what you're going to get some of them can be moisturizing and those are going to have more holler Roenick acid or other natural calming agents. There's going to be more exploiting those might have acids clock. Cholic acid lactic acid and other than others say, they're more anti-aging, and those are going to have proprietary products or serums like vitamin C and other things. So I think when you're choosing a mask as you think about why you're using it what it's used for. Is there a difference between a two dollar mask and one hundred and fifty dollar mask? I don't know. I mean, I think that sometimes the fancier masks have fancier, chemicals fancier products. I think you should really investigate and think look at the ingredients in there personally, I would never personally pay for a massive one hundred fifty dollars myself. But if you find one that you like that's in your price point, use it. Okay. So to like just to clarify the Lemaire mask came with it was to fifty one mask. No there was five full face. Right. So there was five top and five bottom, which I thought was great because I have a full beard. So the bottom of all those masks don't work for me. But the fact that they cut it in half put the bottom around my neck, so right? So listen, I made it work. I mean, you could also pull out a mask and a pair of scissors and just saying cut it up. Yeah. Thanks for making me sound like the full that. I am. Touche? So at the end of the day, you're spot on. I thought for me Lemaire, I have super sensitive skin the base of Lemaire was like burn victims. And the broth and all the bullshit. I've bought in. I know I know I know it's silly. But for me when I travel in Amman planes, and my I'm super dehydrated. I just thought it would be such an easy way. For me to reset my skin the first day on vacation or the first day if I'm like, traveling for work. I mean, we use mass almost every day in our office post laser procedures. Okay. So anytime we do any type of laser resurfacing procedure. We always put a mask on. And I found that even that fifteen or twenty minutes of the mascot -plication. The healing is quicker people less red. They notice a difference. So I do think masks can make a difference. I just think it's important to think about where you're using it for so skiing. I have friends that ski a lot. And the always take hydrogen mass with them post skiing. I have friends that do take mass with them when they fly because I do think my skin also gets dry. I'm a little lazy. So I haven't done it. But I'm going to try it now. Thanks to thanks to you and Ambert Ryan. They're easy to pack. No, they are. But I think as Ryan said, I don't know if you necessarily to go out and spend the most effect most expensive one now if you can afford, it you like the way makes you feel you feel good your skin looks good all by all means do it. But if you can't afford, a fifty dollar Lemaire mask, and you find one that's ten or fifteen dollars at you. Like, that's probably just fine too. I got Ambuhl because I was in the I was in the airport with a stupid like layover and the really hot sexy Puerto Rican guy behind the counter like talked me into it. And I was like it was like I seriously got a Mozell, and then buyer's remorse, and then I was afraid to return. It was just the best long story longer. We did have recently. We got an Email question from a listener who wanted to know with all the like, the new skin and like the red light therapy stuff that you can buy over the counter and the stimulating. Devices that lift and tone. What is your opinion on those well, blue and red light has been around for a long time? And they've been they've been in doctor's offices for a long time. We actually have one in our office a balloon relate LED device, and we know balloon red light is into has anti-aging effects in anti-inflammatory effects. And I've used it for acne actually can be effective for acne. And so now days you're seeing a lot more of these home devices dumped vices are fine. I think they're good products. They're not as strong as the ones that are in the doctor's office think the light that I have in my office was eight or ten thousand dollars, whereas the home devices like a couple hundred dollars five hundred which is still expensive for the average person, you know, and the new skin device back up, amber, it's like you charge it it's two silver balls, and it kind of stimulates and hurts a little bit. And then it does tighten everything for I don't know a day. But do you know what I'm talking about? I don't know what I'm talking about. There's a lot of those out there though. So my question is are you looking good because you're a little swollen from from a reaction, the reaction, or is it actually creating collagen speaking of swelling and unmasks kind of take it back there. There is a great one by Rhody out. That was the bee bee venom the beast. Ing venom that was. It was great you. There's these little patches you can do on your lips. You can also do it on your smile lines. Or one of the ones I was kind of on my forehead. I can do them under the eyes and it really to me. I did see a plumping. Now it didn't last you know, it's not like a permanent change. But certainly if you have an event to go to those are great there is a warning on that though, if you are allergic to bees, you definitely do not want to. No. But you know, what you wouldn't think that just sometimes it's called there's one that's called dragon's blood. So it's not going to be like if you're allergic to dragons don't do this. But on that note, there are a lot of sites now like paula's choice like Qasr DNA where you can go and put in either copied the ingredient list from a product that you like and most beauty companies if you go to their website, they are going to list, the ingredients in order, and these sites will actually break down. What's in your what's in your product? What you might want to be a little cautious of if there's things like parabens, and we all hear that there's certain things you don't want in your. Skin care. How bad are these things are? Well, I think paramount is actually something that's really interesting because there's a study published last year that male sperm count has gone down. Fifty percent in western world, North America Europe. Australia New Zealand and that hasn't been seen in other parts of the world like Africa or South America. And some people do think it has to be related to all these chemicals that were exposed to in modern societies affect our hormones. Yeah. And they're called endocrine-disruptors and parabens are one of those. So I think that I don't I would say this. I would try to avoid parabens if you can okay. But we unfortunately living in the modern society, we are exposed to all these things, and we kind of take it for granted, they're fine. But when you re things like male sperm count has gone down fifty percent in North America. Right. It's crazy terrifying. And we see that it hasn't happened in in parts of Asia Africa and South America suggests. Me. It is something that we're exposed to. And so I do think it's important to know what you're putting on your skin. And I do think having all of these sites out there that kind of share that is important. So I think it's just important. You know, what you eat? So I think be careful what you put on your skin to. And you know, what I'm just going to back this up to it's really good to have go in and talk to your Matala gist about this stuff. You can have these conversations. Right. If people come in, and even if you don't know about a specific product, we can ask you you're going to look up something you're going to get back to us with information. And the other thing I want to bring up that's definitely trampers. The one thing that I see on a regular basis as people think natural is better. And that's not always the case. I think you have to remember that that uranium is natural poison Ivy is natural, and you wouldn't put uranium on your skin and poison Ivy on your skin. So don't fall it's really good advertising. Marketing gimmick that people will say natural on a product. And don't assume just because it's natural. It's going to be better. Okay. These home. Made apothecary Instagram beauty stuff like they're not. They don't go to the same testing as like these larger companies do so how would they know? And there's no I mean, am I just see that stuff on Instagram? I'm like, no way. Well, I think you have to be careful. I think if you're going to do some type of home remedy yogurt cucumber mask. That's fine. Right. You know, something something that's been out for a long time. Something safe in benign. But I've seen some crazy things. I've saw patient ones. Try to burn off a mole on his face and he put bleach on his face. And he ended up burning his face off. I've seen people have burns for apple cider vinegar. We're not used properly I've seen all sorts of crazy things. So I think that just be careful what you're doing and use your brains. Don't do anything if something seems a little bit odd risky. Don't do it. Okay. The micro needling thing. I was just in like a nordstrom's Saks, and I like to peek in there because it's like they're coming for. The beauty world because it's sales the micro needling at home. I was floored by that. That was insane. To me. I would never put pins on my skin and that I was doing like what's the difference between like, obviously, I know the red light therapy and the blue lights like so much different. But the at home micro needling, do can you speak on them. Yeah. I think micro needling is a super popular cosmic treatment. And it's people love it, actually super-popular. It's great because it can be used for all skin types. Unfortunately for a lot of lasers you have to be careful and people of color but micro kneeling super-safe. So you can do it. If you're white you can do it. If you're African American you can do if you're Indian or Asian it's super safe. It's really used primarily for use it for anti aging cr- creating collagen proves texture tone, and it costs improve acne scars and wrinkles. So it's a really wonderful treatment and something that really popular in our office. And there's only a couple of days of downtime. The home is just not as aggressive and not as deep. So when if you do macaroni and a doctor's office, you're gonna go down much deeper than you would be at home. Just because it's it's it's not you want to be. And you also want to see you want to be careful with that. But I think I do have patients that do home micro kneeling. I think it's fine. Just make sure your skin is clean. When you do it and follow the directions. Don't go. Don't don't overdo. It. I didn't can some of these things be more harm than good though. I think you have to use your brains, and I think, you know, I think certainly you're going to have a better result probably doing it in a doctor's office. But maybe you can't afford that. Or maybe you don't have access to that. So I think doing it at home is fine. Just listen to the directions start slowly if it tells you to do it for ten minutes. Don't don't do it for an hour. The first time. Great. Great advice. Thank you so much for coming on doctor. You know that we love you. I can fully see behind you. Because this is who I go to all of my stuff. So thank you for taking the time to be here with us today. And if people wanna find you what's the best way, our websites, Washington square, dermatology or you could go on our Instagram Washington square Derm. Great. You have a great Instagram to thanks ever. Thank you. All right. And if you flush for Dr Dabur, a you want us to ask questions, you can always reach out to us art beauty podcast at gmaiLcom. And of course, you can find us on social or beauty podcast on Instagram on Facebook. And. The loss land Twitter because we just don't really tweet. So maybe we should stop mentioning Twitter Twitter. I think I'm going to start tweeting just tweet us. Not water around. Okay. And that's our beauty podcasts. There is not. And you know, why? Because we're going to see you next Tuesday. Thanks for listening.

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Red Line To Your Heart: What Makes Chicago's Dating Scene Distinct?

Curious City

08:22 min | 1 year ago

Red Line To Your Heart: What Makes Chicago's Dating Scene Distinct?

"Did you totally crass but are you on a date right now. Not Really I mean not officially I mean we wanted to meet each other first before we wanna like official date. So what do you think are you on a date right now. I'm not sure the Bats Rodrigo and Jessica. They met on tinder. And I'm Sarah guys reporting curious city. So how did I get out here spending my Saturday night interrupting first dates at a bar with a microphone. Well it all started when Listener Yvette. Ambert asked US quote how. How is the dating scene in Chicago? Now we weren't able to get a hold of Yvette but this question of what Chicago is like for Romance. It's a question that the people think about a lot and sometimes even choose their place to live based on it. We wanted to find specific qualities of dating in Chicago that feel whelp particularly Chicago and we started with the data but by the numbers Chicago. Dating Demographics are pretty on par with most large cities So to try and find the Chicago characteristics. Curious city opened a hotline to take your calls and I went two bars. On the North and south sides we heard from men women straight people gay people help and two themes definitely stood out theme number one. Lend me some sugar. I'm your neighbor. Let's begin with a classic Chicago Story. star-crossed love here's locked me wrong erosion. I met this guy through friends and locked me really liked him but there was an issue I was living off the argyle. Stop on the red line and he lived off the division blue line-stop every day locked. Her boyfriend would have to decide who would travel to from the moment. I left my door. I'd have to walk. You know three and a half blocks to the red line and the truth got tiring get off three now. Distance was not necessarily the reason. Lock she and her boyfriend broke up but it didn't help there and this theme of Chicago not wanting to date far outside their neighborhoods. It came up again and again time. Inconvenience are certainly reasons and but those are also mixed up with Chicago in strong sense of neighborhood identity. Here's Listener Mitch. I'm gay and Live in town so no I don't move in any of the LGBT neighborhoods like boy's town or Andersonville notice that people in town tend to paint anywhere outside. Outside of that neighborhood is just far. Which is outrageous lakeview to buck town by the way it's under three miles this phenomenon of staying near your own hood you see it? Reflected in some online dating apps like okay. Cubic data from the company's shows Chicago users users message other users who live near them more. This of course could at least something to do with race since Chicago is so geographically segregated gated and race does influence people's dating choices as for luxury of the Blue Line. Red Line Romance a little over a year ago she she moved to Dallas and her personal research suggests that dating Dallas is different for one thing. Driving long distances is a lot more common. Come in there. Oh someone lives thirty miles away. I don't think that that deters people the same way it would end Chicago and she wanted to add one more thing. I have to say like all all of these feelings about geography. A really heightened when it's cold what's the temperature there right now right now I think it's in the seventies. Rei it and that brings us to Chicago. Dating theme number. Two winter is coming. Talking to daters I learned a new phrase about winter enter one. It seems that everyone under thirty already knew well. Have you heard of cuffing season. That's cuffing season as in cuff. So you F F tow car is twenty nine and she learned about this phenomenon when she moved here from North Carolina. I heard Chicago people saying in why what is coming season and they were like. Oh just like you know in the winter months where you have your main boo. With other month summer months you might have multiple booth breath so cuffing is the tendency to commit to a monogamous relationship. But just for the cold months. It's seasonal GIG daters. I spoke to in their thirties thirties and forties. They had other names for it Lake Nesting for the harvest season or catching boyfriend. You know like catching a cold or a warm stone in the bed stone in your bed you said in a sentence. I didn't even like that girls. It's just a warm stone okay. Son Data does seem to support the existence of cuffing season. According to facebook relationship status says peak months for breakup are made through June postseason. When people are ready to get back out there uncut? I wanted to run these findings by a professional. I found dating coach. Bela Gandhi on the eighty second floor of the Hancock building view. She and her team work with Chicago daters in their twenties through eighties men women gays strayed any religion. We love everybody in everybody can find love. I told Bella what I learned about chicagoans not wanting to date outside their neighborhoods or to leave their houses in the winter and she said yes. She's noticed list those things too and her advice get over it. Stop worrying so much about convenience. People just don't want to get out of their comfort tones right. We think you know what the person that I'm GonNa Fall in love with should be someone who I meet is with that whole foods over mangoes and lives three blocks away. Well yeah it would be great however dot dot dot. That's certainly constrains dating pool instead. Bella tells her clients. Here's what works figure out what qualities and another another person make you happy and go after those qualities location and whether be damned speaking of happy there is a lot of laughter. Coming from first daters Jessica Rodrigo who we met at the bar at the start of this story house the day going so far. Fantastic fantastic marvelous. Second day I think so yes reporting came from me. Sarah guides support comes from the CONAN's Family Foundation. Hi It's it's just EVAC. WBZ editor we. I ran this story back into one eastern team and all indications are that cuffing season is still alive alive and well in Chicago. It's a thing we hope. You're all finding ways to keep warm this winter whether it's a warm stone in the bed and actual loved one purchased a nice heavy quilt. Thanks for listening and happy. Valentine's Day next time on I'm curious city in the eighteen nineties. A new kind of restaurant came to Chicago cafeteria to feed working women who were flocking into the loop after the invention of the typewriter when women were considered to be best typist because they had small fingers so -ssume that they could manipulate typewriter keys as well the restaurants of turn of the century Chicago. That's next time on W._B._Z.'s curious city.

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The South Florida Morning Show  HR 3   7-16-21

The South Florida Morning Show

34:32 min | 2 weeks ago

The South Florida Morning Show HR 3 7-16-21

"The south florida morning show with jennifer. Ross in bill adams on newstalk eight fifty w. mt l. one thing. The communist regimes fear the most his truth. And we're able to help. Humans communicate with one another also communicate to the outside world. That truth is gonna matter governor onto santa's that was another one of those looking very presidential moments because he sent a letter to the white house to directly leading with them to turn on communications to the island nation of cuba. I still wanna know who the company is that or who the individual is that has the ability to turn on. We have come to the conclusion. It's what pays us. You think i think it's Space elon musk. Yeah i really those satellites. We've been sending up. He does i mean. The whole point of that. Whole satellite link is to provide internet free access to vis en telephone service anywhere in the world right. So if that's the case why couldn't you just like hang a bunch of satellites over. Cubans say bleep. Put them on pointed towards a banner with doing it in this country right now rural areas that have no connectivity. the it's been like a masturbated with starlink and they've been doing it and apparently works great cell phone and internet really absolutely holy cow. That'd be great. I'm sure direct. Tv isn't happy about that. But so we at least know. Because he's said it a couple of times he had the ben shapiro said he has inside information next lease at any formation. We can turn the internet. Becker really is quite. You sound just like him to. That's even scarier fast talker. He is a fast talker. We have to be awake when you listen to ben and other people have said it too so the technology exists. We just gotta get the the the feds to approve it so that was another question we have. You do have to get their approval. Obviously before that would happen. But why wouldn't you. Why wouldn't you do it. I international community is not going to criticize you helping with communication. You're afraid of Tikhonov putin i mean what would the only other reason be. You know i it. Does it start an international problem. If you turn the internet back on and go above putin's head. I don't know and maybe that's the case i who knows maybe by doing that. It it cascades into other things. I you know you don't know the inner workings but you would think the president would say you know what what they're doing to the cuban people as inhumane so protect them. I'm turning it back on whether you like it or not. Put grady judd over there. It's right. can you imagine. Grady judd in the white house. Oh my goodness. I guarantee we're going to shoot you. We're gonna shoot jim. We're gonna turn the internet back on. Push the button now. We're going to turn on your inter. He's i know for effect. He called the inter-web. I know it or the internet. The internet also. The governor sent a letter on official state letterhead earlier this week. I guess it was quite a few days ago. And he said pleading with them quote to assist in providing internet access to the people. Cuba standing up against communist oppression. No doing everything he can do. We'll see what happens. You would think if he sent that yesterday there already would have been a response from the biden administration but so far we have not heard of any other than they think. their oppression of people is horrific. That's it that's about it. Pretty milquetoast response so far. The protests continued it by the way was more last night. Maybe a little less blocking of traffic. I would hope the sun miami they were. I don't know what street they're walking against a alongside but it was. There was a major highway right next to them and they weren't blocking it. They were walking along the side of it and just good. Yeah and the police provide security for them. So you know if you if you want to peacefully protest the cops help you and to santa's again in the same press conference. Begged them not to do this. We can't have that it's dangerous for you to be shutting down a thoroughfare. You're also putting other people in jeopardy. You don't know if an emergency vehicle needs to get somewhere and then obviously it's just disrespectful to make people standing traffic juris. Yeah it is disrespectful. Also lose a lot of support. You get so much support for cuban americans fighting for freedom. Don't block traffic. Yeah and just gonna make people managed to make some madden and it makes them not like your cause. So you really don't do that but i don't think i don't think he's going to arrest anybody. And it seems that the word has gotten out to the cuban-american population in those who were joining them. In these protests to stay off of the main roads. because i didn't see anybody sitting in front of the on the palmetto last night. Hope so and be good. Be great you. Don't wanna be getting hurt now. So that's bad news for all round could not good not good This would be great news. The head of the ncaa double a college. Sports is calling on the organization to play a smaller role in college. Sports will they. What probably not admitted. Let me fall over now. But wouldn't that be great if there was less of the nc two a. Getting in the way muddying the waters. It'd be it would be phenomenal as it would be this. come across. this is something they just said they were gonna do I'm shocked president of the group. Mark ambert said the organization that regulates student athletes. You plays smaller governance role and many issues delegate. More decision making power to schools and conferences. See that would be perfect. That's what everybody wants probably not going to happen. Okay you know how they refer to those five guys at ohio state as the tattooed five because They were the ones that were selling. Footballs and they were getting tattoos for free for autographs and so they call them the tattooed five. Anyway they're now petitioning the nc aa to give them back their rankings. Take away all the negative publicity about him in the charges against him for them taken Money for autographs in merchandise. They really should have. Well how reggie. Bush that heisman away it's right. Usc i think he was right. They they should They i think they should give back to them in light of and able to do it. Now look at all the pass defenses. I mean they ruined kids careers in college. Have you seen anything. Like show up on On any website where you can buy like. Goldilocks is jersey. Now or the only thing. I've seen so far is a lot of college athletes signing on with Marketing organizations. In fact i think it was dina all of. Um signed up with one group. Rarely all everybody all of them. Yeah toes a miami jim. It was top all it's american top t. S that's right. That's right really. Yeah they offer it all the scholarship players five hundred dollars a month or something like that. It's like a stipend to rep the gym and things every everything like that. Some of these guys are really making some good money right now. Good for them. Yeah it would make college sports better. That's for sure. Make them all happy in other entertainment news. Yes is everybody's been watching shark week. I think has been good this year. I watched the one where they they were trying to figure out which one had the biggest breach at went ahead late. When it came out of the water. Ten fifteen feet. I think it was. I didn't last too the ending. 'cause they kept on going other stuff. I'm like you're boring me. Get to the point. Now boards get to the chorus. Well shark experts. Now want us meaning eugen yes. Stop saying shark attack l. Kimmy what are you to call it. We well they have a replacement term ready. Yeah it's not a shark attack. It's a negative encounter. Yeah sure okay. It bites your leg off. I'm sure you're gonna call that in negative encounters. So how'd you lose your limb. Well i had a negative encounter That's the stupidest thing i've ever heard of. These are also the same people who willingly dive into shark-infested waters to get that perfect picture. No no they these people. They're they're losing a few. You know the what we call a tax or just tiny little bite nibbles. They say really so when they take a nibble half your leg or your arm. That's just a nibble. Yeah when it's an eighteen foot beast attacking you. They're just curious. They say they have to feel something with their mouth. Okay let them go out there and have these shark. What do they call it. Incidents shark what negative encounter. Okay whatever the beaches are open and we were having a wonderful time. It's it's shark week over they. They lost me. They had in zeroing in the other chick there from shark nato on. I'm like early. Aim like what are you doing them. No i wasn't like everything in the shark dive. That was cool. I miss the. I have to go. Look that one up all right home tech news. You can now have shaquille o'neal as the voice of alexa. I can't wait to teach me how to change my voice that is waste. it's good. He wraps and everything really. That's pretty cool. That coming up We got more on the the white house working with facebook to flag your posts wonderful about that next morning. Show his jen. I'm bill keep it here or news karen. That's coming up in just minutes. It'll be at eight thirty when he got coming up. Well as we approach a nice weekend for the beach you know. Get rip currents but usually. July's a quiet time for the tropics and they've been nice and quiet we've had that saharan dust that came over africa and it's now out over the ocean which is repelling or keeping things from forming. Does that help always wondered does so. There's a little blob near like bermuda right now. It's not supposed to turn it into anything but remember it's july right things. Start to really heat up in august so enjoy this weekend. You know enjoy this time. It's the time of the year but it's quiet right now. Thank god take choir. We like it knock quiet. Thank you for the saharan dust to that. Were coming up a good to knock on just flames with dustin managed. Drop it in the cloud. Boy say. now you're playing with god. It's not to mess with mother nature. I'll mess with it if it's going to stop his pass. Dust amazing and that was in the wind goes the wrong way to wound up over the mid west somewhere. That'll be great a Take care and we'll see if at eight thirty for news news. Eight fifty w. f. t. l. these florida morning. Show this jan this diener. I'm bill and well looks like in smells like it feels like censorship to me for flooding problematic posts. Four facebook That spread disinformation break. It down you got the administration. The federal government working with tech giant to disseminate the information. We know that facebook's been suppressing posts. And you know filtering out what you can see and what you can't but now officially directed by the government. Yeah so it's been happening all along. So the government sits there with mark zuckerberg in all the the geeks that worked for him and says. Oh we don't like that post that's wrong nail it and they flag you do they do. They shut you down. I don't know we're just send you a note that says we've removed your content because it was wrong. Maybe a little bit of both. I don't know. But specifically she mentioned facebook working with them directing them. It's not good facebook and instagram. then because don't they both doesn't actually on instagram as well. Because you know cat lady. Four or five on instagram. She's posting net. Don't forget the nineteen shot. You're going to grow a third arm. She's got that much influence. Yeah Is there misinformation disinformation online. Of course there is. Today we live in a world where misinformation poses an imminent insidious threat to our nation's health. I think the bigger threat to be honest with you is them dictating what information everybody can see. It's that it's the literal definition of censorship. Now well you know what. We are headed towards socialist government. How many people get checks yesterday. Oh you guys enjoy the money you got yesterday. Did you money bill. I didn't even look diener. You get yours. I know my daughter got hers. Really middle lunch all right. well we. He's getting out there. We took the baby to lunch. That was how she spent. I said okay well. At least you're spending on the baby. And then she paid for daycare with it. So i said okay. Well good so it serving. It's purpose the intended purpose. I i appreciate it if that's the case but a again it's government control. The whole idea of socialism. Is you become dependent on the government gorse function without the government's help and that's exactly what they're building right now. I'm not that it's wrong but just say little handouts nice. Help is nice not constant feeding. Well i don't know how they think they're going to tackle the vaccine hesitancy. When he got moves like this to los angeles county us. Jeez full mask inside mandate. Here's the key part whether or not you've been vaccinated. Yeah so that's going to encourage you to go get vaccinated. How so you're sitting back watching this and you're saying well why why bother them if they're still gonna do this. I'm with this lady. I'm afraid this math is going to start to adhere to my faith. God love her. Fear of course is that this is going to spread and they were talking about sacramento. But how about you know businesses whatever. Here's a business owner in la. Just when you think it's getting better boom. It's as hard as a business owner and very stressful to Try and perseverance just opened by the way he had just opened. Let's say you know you look at a city like san francisco. You know what happens if they demand masks again there. They can't get anybody to stay. In the city as it is they're bailing like in droves because of the crime situation. They have no cops. The homeless situation is out of control. And you're paying a million and a half dollars to live in a you know a twelve hundred square foot house. I don't get it some people love it. You couldn't dry out there couldn't do it. I fun to visit. Yeah i used to fly over. That was about it. I've been to san francisco twice the ads. Nice it's a nice town very expensive nice town. But they've destroyed it unfortunately. Yeah they've destroyed. It is all right. Good news there is in your house. Yes you can replace a lexus voice with none other that shaquille o'neal i'm so excited about this. But how do you to teach me how to change the voice. Yeah we're gonna figure that out. I guess it's not too hard. This other voices two just more excited about check listened. Mccarthy or samuel l. Jackson was he just swearing all the time i would say. Maybe you don't want him doing it. I love samuel l. jackson though but shaquille o'neal did promo so people would like more or less download his voice Change it to his voice. I guess samuel l. jackson has been options twenty nineteen. I had no idea that we miss this. I guess so. Here's radio so just pretend you're in your house okay. You're talking to relax about something. The voice of check comes up. what can i do. Let me tell you trump to be asking for the web of got the forecast. Thomas set the shot clock on your sports scores and please people got stories for days and you'll be like shah. I just want to know what the temperature is. So you don't want to sam's friends. One of our good friends is named alexa house. The other day every time anybody said alexa the damn thing came on. I was like during the stupid little device off. it's driving me nuts scenario. Go boy your house is a shack switch on the so. So do you say shack. What's going is that. What happens when you switch the the the voice or do you still say alexa. Honestly i didn't read into it that much. I just wanted to play the thing. That's great i. I'm gonna go figure it out. It probably too hard for me to change the voice you watch. It's probably like this. And i'll be like so confused it'll be speaking german genentech's wrong direction up without. She's would that be horrible. Yes listen cheese. Granted wanna check and cheese shack and she. Yeah i love shaquille. I just love him. He's we were talking off. The air diener made a great point. He's gotta be the most successful most likeable post-career nba ever isn't he could certainly done well for himself but up their magic wasn't around nearly as much as shaquille us because shaquille is done so much i he became a cop. Remember the cop shows right. And then he's like he always shows up at like basketball games or other sporting events where he's just there and they go to him and he's hysterical comedy tape and he's got so many endorsement deals he does all i see him in the general guy there for that insurance companies. The new papa. john. I think isn't he he. I think he bought into papa. John's it was a coup bought. Papa john all right is it time. I think it's time what we've had an official policy we're going to wait for Audit results from maricopa county. Arizona until something real happened. I think something real happened. Our this is like huge. Yes something real happen. Wow was that revealing from there Senate report yesterday. We got that to talk about and we're going to space again well. The rich guys are a rich kids. Rich guys kids are going. It's coming up next morning. Show this bill. Keep it here. So karen with c. For that newscast up the our nine o'clock news talk eight fifty w. f. t. l. c. south florida morning. Show this jan diener. I'm bill looks as though the arizona. Audit is a long way from over is a big briefing at the state senate. Yesterday we all kind of decided you know. We could've talked about this every day with very little being reported. Let's wait for something solid because it's been all kinds of rumors. I think there's something solid now with what with what they came up with. Well when they can't figure out where what more than was seventy four thousand male invalid came from like holy cow. What do you mean you don't know where they came from. They just appeared so this is a presentation not the official findings yet because they still want the internet codes to be able to see that was i guess they had outdated machines or easily hackel the other over evolution yesterday. Great but what they presented in the senate hearing yesterday to a judge president was this. Now let's keep in mind. This is a state decided by ten thousand four hundred fifty seven votes. Okay all right. Seventy four thousand two hundred forty three mail in ballots with no evidence of ever being sent. They don't know where they came from. They were just there they showed up. Okay eighteen thousand voted and then we're removed from the rolls after the election. Now for after they were just just like you know. I guess every county goes through it. There's just like dead voter rolls is like you know you gotta clean them up every once in a while now. They were actively they voted. But then we're gone. Oh so the dead came back from the dead for one day to vote and then went back to the died at okay. Eleven thousand three hundred. Twenty six voted who were not on the rules in november seven but they were on december fourth. How many eleven thousand. Three hundred twenty six. Wouldn't that tell you that there was allegedly funny business going on after this election and this is pretty typical. Actually thirty nine hundred. Eighty one voted despite registered after the october fifteenth deadline. They lied wow or they went to a precinct that nobody checked their voter. Id card and just said go over there. This is This is something to look forward to i now. Now it's something. I wasn't sure what was going to happen before. Those mail in ballots. That that's that's too many seventy four thousand. that's incredible. That's that's like that's like a whole election that could easily sway you one way or the other and if it only got one by ten thousand votes ears still sixty four thousand unaccounted for over here. So you know who is watching this intently. Don't ya out. Did he comment already. Oh probably every television at bedminster in jersey was on his hearing yesterday from the office of forty five. Save save america letterhead among other things. The former president says arizona senate hearings maricopa county. Audit is devastating news to the radical left democrats and the administration says while this according to the senate is preliminary results being accounted at a later date announced at a later date and he said it. Same number seventy four thousand two hundred forty three mail in ballots counted with no clear record of them being sent. That's amazing that might be the main one that they get him on. I don't know. I'll just keep in mind. That's one county looking at. They show up in suitcases to remember. Where was that was. That was that was Atlanta remember all of his own overnight. Yeah knowing they had the suitcases they brought him in and then they grabbed him from underneath the desk hours. Atlantic had all the mail in ballots in it and that was fulton county. Okay alrighty okay. That was atlantis. Maybe they did the same thing. Maricopa county interesting. we'll see wow. I don't know i just seems it's not going to overturn anything. But maybe you can Take up the election. Laws going forward here. Wow gives more evidence to that anyway. Wow that's amazing in the meantime we're going to space again. Are you ready for this time. It's the little ball billionaires turn. Jeff bezos in blue origin. Now originally he announced there's going to be him and his brother remember. Mark looked just like him only has more hair he's a little bit bigger and then he announced he was going to bring Oh what's her name. Wally funk she is the eighty two year old woman who used to work at nasa trump went through training with all the astronauts but never was sent on a mission because during her era women couldn't go to space bringing the funk so a wall he's gonna be with him and then one of the people the other person who had donated twenty eight million dollars. Twenty eight million dollars decided he or she had a scheduling conflict in. Couldn't make the flight really. Yes just announced yesterday who has a scheduling you. You know it's coming up. I don't know. I think they got cold feet and their wait until the second flight because they're going going on a subsequent flight after this one real know this first one goes so that donor was replaced by eighteen year. Old oliver damon. He is from where he's from norway netherlands. Sorry he's a physics major and he's all excited about space but the rumor is his father also donated millions of dollars to the blue origin fund. To make sure that this kid got a spot but still he's only eighteen years old so it'd be the youngest person in space so he's like. Hey it's just a rich kid. Rich really outstanding about him. I think well. I other people are saying he was picked. Because you know he's a smart kid and he wants to study space but he's also eighteen years old is what's her name. How old was Nelson who has that went up in space armstrong. Now remember John glenn john how old john glen when he went his old but not as old as the funk so as wally is she the oldest one. So he's going to have the oldest and the youngest they'd be talking about it. If she was the oldest. Somebody had a beater really. Yeah pretty old. She's eighty two. Who was always older than eighty two tall i. I'm just trying to think i go. How many astronauts we've been up. After the fact the nelson go up. he went upright. You went up. But he wasn't. He wasn't a lady wasn't because that was a while ago. Yeah i don't know google over there. He is did you find out who it is. The oldest person in this person space though see you got jeff bezos. His brother old lady. A kid got to tell you this sounds like the cast for lost in space three. I was thinking more. Like the wizard of odd. But yeah wow. All they're missing is a robot danger. Angel jeff visa they made have one who is the oldest person who's based dean quick. I think you guys said the name. John glenn it was john. How old was he when he went up. Seventy seven now. Because she's eighty two so she'll she's going to beat it. Yeah don't don't tell me. Jeff bezos didn't plan this. So i guess the oldest and the youngest person to go to space with me. I think this whole thing that the twenty eight million dollars donor backed out at the last minute croc. He's sure that he's even the youngest. The russians You know some kid in the lab and bring them up there could very well have been but He will become. The oliver will be the youngest to go and space. Now i met note they say gonna go sixty three miles above the earth to actually qualify to be in space. Richard branson went fifty eight miles so now people are questioning. Whether or not you can say what. Richard branson did was actually go to space. I'm like you know this is really stupid. The guy had anytime there's weightlessness unthinking thinking. Urine space right point. Don't tell that to an ego maniac billion be interesting to see what bill better and bigger now. Yeah it's gonna go higher albouy speaking of going. Hi you can go to the top of the eiffel tower. It reopened today. You run over to france bill. Not only not now not ever really have no interest whatsoever in ever going to paris really none like no really ever know interesting even talking about it why none okay never mind these interesting to have a washington monument the other day. That's true toes. Big there which is finally reopened. It's always been close when i've been there but it's open now. Governor is doing what he can to try to get the white house to respond to the cuba situation in the cuban-american protesters as we got it. Well we got floor dope. Oh this is a good one. Don't rasoul gators. Yeah but his name that makes them the best. It's coming up next these little morning. Show jen i'm bill. Keep it here. We got news coming up one hundred percent chance and added nine o'clock so what's going to be in karen. So here's here's a couple. Here's a conundrum. A this is a this is a wild couple matt. Gaetz and marjorie taylor green. Oh oh no there are a couple now. Well they're they're they're holding up america first rally. They're trying to in california but it keeps getting canceled. I it was an orange county. It's moved to riverside the original venue canceled on them. And then they're not sure where it's going to be but They say that the security concerns were there because they think that the riverside people people off where it was going to be and they're gonna end up in a comedy. It is a dynamic dual but notice. That story against him has kind of gone away where he was never charged with anything with trafficking young people or whatever. They said he disappeared. I just don't get it. Didn't have any proof. I guess he by the way a big free brittany guy he says he. He's been the one pushing to remember. They wanted to have her come on the The senate floor the the house floor right to present her thing about conservative ships and he said that when she was fighting for her own attorney goes i'd represent her for free. She didn't hire him now. Somebody would be with. But he says they're going to rally tomorrow night so that ought to be interesting in california all right in. La county have masks on. Oh there we go. That's right even if you're vaccinated you have to wear a mask that's sends a great message. I oh i don't know this is for many people are going. See this say well. That's it if. I got to wear a mask anyway. I'm not gonna do it it's gonna. It's gonna backfire on them. It's so ridiculous mask anymore looking for one last night because they have this flight tomorrow. Couldn't find one. You gotta wear one. I was sleep walking and i grabbed him on burnham in the backyard or something. Yeah i i just threw away. I remember get rid of them as my bra. Hello agree weekend. Thank you karen to see. don't go leave the building news. Nine o'clock it's only ten minutes away hill and honest about she later by fifty. Wf tlc florida morning. Show this this diener. I'm bill speaking of la county. Yeah it's starting tonight. What is it midnight. Eleven olympia west coast time. Eleven fifty nine. Yeah because that's when the covert comes out at eleven fifty nine fifty eight indoor mask mandate even for the vaccinated goes into effect. Here's the business owner just when you think it's getting better boom. It's just hard as a business owner and very stressful to try and persevere. It's guy runs. A barbershop says well. As long as i can stay open. I'll do it. Because i just opened with it as long as we can stay working. Everybody has a mask cup. I don't have a problem with a makes a very valid point but still if you're vaccinated what's the sense in having get a vaccination if they're still gonna make your where mass alec we said people are going to see go. Nope i'm done. I'm done with these people you know what now sacramento county talking about doing the same thing. Why would you live in california. I don't. I don't know i don't i don't i. Don't get my bro- well now my brother. The only reason he stayed in is because kids are there in his grandkids are there and they're not leaving so therefore he can't leave because he wants to be nervous grandkids but i. It's it's ridiculous what they put up with with this lady. I'm afraid this math is going to start to adhere to my faith. It's tough to people. Have that little taste of freedom and you didn't have the thing on. Oh goodness but look you know what it's so. It's so hard for me to relate to all of this because when was the last time. I wore a mask. I couldn't even tell you it's been so long. Yeah it's been a while in in all honesty. we suffered. what three months. If if that here in florida and then things opened up in palm beach county was far more restrictive than my county was. And then it's like everybody got on the bandwagon so now it's like life is back to normal have you. Have you been to a beach lately. Just saying there's thousands of people. Now he's got a mask on you've been to a concert. Nobody's got a mask on. I don't california's one thing. If you re keep it to california that's fine. What i'm afraid of a corporation saying the same thing though. Oh well do the right thing. i. I'd asked mandating place. How many people. How many people will comply with that. Yeah well i bet you. Coke would be one of the first ones on the bandwagon there so woke store and stuff. Oh you're talking like malls going back to doing that and things i would you know i mean i think it's gonna come to that but still you're gonna experience it. What tomorrow and you get on a plane. Yeah that's right. It's going to be at least a year before planes get rid of masks. I feel bad for flight attendants because they got to wear those things all the time. Yeah really might really might be. It's an. I don't know why but that's going to say you know what you can't guarantee that somebody next is vaccinated. You said at the truth are we got another. One of these took all week and this isn't a funny kind of florida. He's just a just a dope he is isn't yeah remember it. Happy gilmore trying to fight the alligator. Yes he's he's like this guy but a lot dumber. yeah well. this guy's a lot. Yeah you're right and this happened. Where daytona okay is a mini golf course. They're called congo river. I gotta go look because sounds awesome. Yeah well it has alligators that. They actually like having their because he could feed him and stuff. They're almost like like real alligators. Yeah wow you know you gotta go to this place. Put through the bridge in into the whale's mouth. how'd you get avoid. The gators be worried about kids wandering off. It'd be worried about that okay. Just after three. Am this past weekend. Nothing happens good at that time. Nothing happens could after midnight cops spot. A guy fighting gator in the street. Oh so they think he got attacked and they they get out of the car to help them out turns out no. He stole it from congo river. No william hodges his name but didn't go by william geno his name is what's his name. Bub bubba hodge and baba was being above a thirty two years old at thirty two years on earth to figure out how to get not dumb and apparently hasn't sunk in yet. Okay let me guess. Was he drunk. I'm gonna go ahead. And say yes. But i don't know that for sure okay He co police report cops. I'm swinging the the elegant around bites tail. Oh poor gator. Why would anybody do that to teach a lesson. Oh okay that's gonna teach dome animal a lesson jerk. And then he tried like throw it on a roof alligators smarter than he is so the alligators. Okay the right yeah. He's gonna be alright he he's Bubbas facing charges for theft burglary criminal mischief and animal cruelty. Wow jerk is going away for a while. i think bubbas got a drinking problem. Just just my guess. It's almost worse. If he doesn't know what if you sober knew something was going to say doesn't they don't mention anywhere that alcohol was involved in that story. And maybe you're right if it if he wasn't drunk it is worse. What a jerk. When it's your alligators have more rights in the state. If you're new to florida just so you know. Don't kill him. Don't beat him up. You'll go to jail especially at congo river now more headlines coming up next we get the governor trying to help the people of cuba. Yeah hey internet back on. He says and jen last year. During the pandemic did you suffer from dead but syndrome That's the thing what the hell is that. We'll find out. That's a tease. Okay man in his next offload morning show has janae bill. Keep it here. If you have loved ones that rely on your income you need life insurance. But finding the best quote shouldn't take lifetime with policy genius you could save fifty percent or more by comparing quotes from america's top insurers. 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Building Relationship Capital, with Nicole Holland

The Money Advantage Podcast

44:14 min | 2 years ago

Building Relationship Capital, with Nicole Holland

"Welcome to the money advantage podcasts empower and business owners with the permission to think differently about money. So that you can consciously choose to live a meaningful and fulfilled life. Dow, our passion is making money, simple, fun, and doable. Helping you feel great about your money and getting your money working for you. So you can thrive. In today's show were interviewing the coal Holland named in the Huffington Post. As one of fifty must follow women entrepreneurs in two thousand seventeen interviewed on over one hundred trending podcasts and featured in publications such as Forbes in entrepreneur magazine. Nicole Holland provides podcast publicity services training and coaching to disruptors innovators thought leaders and change makers looking to increase their brand recognition credibility and profitability. We often talk about your thinking in your life, your business and your financial life in choosing the right mindset, and then lining up your actions with your mindset will lead you to flourish. That's how you create a life. You love and truly enjoy it in recalibrate your business to become a self sustaining cashflow producing asset and be able to use it as a springboard to build time and money freedom. Now, that's why we hear the money advantage. Help business owners build time and money freedom using our three step cashflow system to help you keep more of the money you make secure and protect your money, and then turn it into more. But remember wealth creation rests on the governing principle that dollars follow value? So today, we're gonna unpack strategies to increase the value you provide we'll take this entrepreneurial thinking down into the tactical and discuss ways to expand your relationships up level your impact and influence increase your contribution and build a platform to serve more people with more value. So who is Nicole Holland will after spending a majority of her career working with at risk children and youth in roles ranging from adviser and coach to crisis support worker to foster parent to correctional officer Nicole Holland decided to cut the cord in quit her stable government job at the end of twenty fourteen after becoming disillusioned and frustrated working in the bureaucracy. Today. The coal is known as the. Foremost expert on podcast guesting her podcast. The Nicole Holland show is a daily podcast aimed to inspire educate and entertain high-achieving business owners and entrepreneurs in her business, Nicole helps disruptors innovators thought leaders and change makers increase their brand recognition credibility and profitability exponentially. Hi and welcome back to the money advantage podcast. I'm Rachel Marshall along with my co-host, Bruce Wehner. Good morning, Bruce, good morning ritual. And we've hit a milestone hair a little bit that we actually have an expert podcast, or that's going to be on our podcast who would have ever thought. Absolutely. I am really excited for this conversation today today, we have a special guest Nicole Holland with us, Nicole, welcome to the show. Thank you so much Rachel. I'm super excited to be here. Awesome. Well, tell us first about who you were before podcasting before entrepreneurship before you were out serving. Thought leaders what led you to branching out into entrepreneurship really in the first place. So I think it was always an entrepreneur. I just took a haggis for a while. But I remember as a child just loving the concept of being able to do something and exchange for money and loved money, and I loved making people happy and I loved being creative. And and not being told you have to do this. But being able to like have a wild imagination and figure out what it was. And so I say that my first even though I had like little odds odd jobs that I'd go to the neighbors. And you know, see if I could help them out for for pay. My first entrepreneurial endeavor. I think was when I was about eight years old, my father, he was a gardener, and we had all of our own produce and always more than enough and always more than the neighbors needed. So my dad's suggested that we bag up the cucumbers and tomatoes and all of the things. And put it in my brothers, red wagon, and that yeah, we would sit up by the pool, and we called it red wagon produce, and it was so much fun. My brother had no interest. He would be like going to the pool while I sat out there. And I was taking orders from the parents going in about what they wanted on the way out, and I was taking the money. So I would say that was my first entrepreneurial endeavor. And I even as I had jobs. I always had something kind of going on the side, whether it was vacation rental properties or whether it was coaching or massage. So I was a licensed massage therapist. I've just done so many different things just always trying to oh there was a time where I was making jewelry like just to feed my creativity and that need for. Yeah. The entrepreneurial. Juice s will I love that you share that. Because I think entrepreneurship really does boil down to figuring out. How do you find someone else's need? And how do you become the solution to that insolvent in a way that's better than somebody else's already providing so either it's cheaper. It's more convenient. It's better it's quicker faster, something that you're providing value, and so I can see those those buds early on to your life. So then you went through a time in correction, so talk about your shift from being in corrections to really kind of owning your own business. And what steps did you take as you launched out into owning your own business? Before I answer this. I just want to put a disclaimer here to tell cure listeners. I do not recommend at all. What I did. It was not it was not a smart path. It was I felt like I was dying. And I think I was I was so sick the doctors couldn't figure out what was going on. And I was getting sicker and sicker the longer. I was in the system. I was out of facility. Everything was fine. Really until I went to this particular facility. And I spent I believe thirteen months there in total in through that time men. I everything was going wrong. And nobody could explain it and a month after I was done. There was I began treatment. For lupus. But only that job really did it to me. It just took a lot out of me. Emotionally in my integrity was challenged. Everything was challenged. So for me, I had worked a a horrible shift is the worst were shift. I've ever worked in my life. It was the evening or the night shift of twenty thirteen turning into twenty fourteen and I was in segregation with some pretty nasty, folks. And it was it was a traumatic experience. Let's just put it like that. And that night it was around two thirty in the morning. I think where one of the sergeants was up with me in on the unit, and I was just talking with him like human to human and asking him like how he got through these. Days and like how he's still doing what he's doing and all of that. And I just really knew this is not where I belong. It was like a final breaking point. And so I made a promise to myself, and I told him, and I said I will not be here for the not for another turn of the year. So my objective in twenty fourteen is to make sure I can quit. And so, yeah, I wound up getting my my real date. Was it real estate salesperson? I think because you can't call yourself. I can't call myself a realtor because I'm not up member anymore. Be I got my license to so real estate. And I just I really wasn't into it. I really just wanted to get it for my own my own self for my investments, so but I thought well, at least if I if I have this I can get out. I can quit. It. I had lost a lot of my confidence while working in the in the prison and in the jail and. Yeah. And so yeah. So I was just looking for any out. I was thinking, you know, what can I do for a job? Like, I forgot that. I'm an entrepreneur forgot that I can create whatever I want. I felt really dependent on the paycheck. And so anyhow the year went by. And you know, I had my Airbnb ease. And and all the sudden the schedule came out for the Christmas holiday time and into the new year. And sure enough I was scheduled to work December thirty first overnight shift of into twenty fifteen. And I just realized I realized I looked around in that I made this promise to myself, and I don't have it income. I don't have enough income coming in to sustain me. I don't have like all of my plans. You know? I was so sick that your I was getting really badly to where I couldn't even walk upstairs to where my skin was like blistering all over the place. It was insane. And so I thought okay if I quit right now. I don't know how I'm going to sustain myself. And then I over the next days. Yeah. I just really sat with that. And I thought I'm somebody that keeps my promises I keep my commitments to people. But what I realized was I don't keep my commitments to myself, and I make exceptions. Yeah. And I think a lot of people can relate to that. And sure. I just wasn't willing to continue that path that cycle. And so it was I had nothing. I had no security. I'm not married. I don't have you know, a benefactor. It's me. It's me. I had four properties at the time that I had to, you know, take care of and live, and and here, I'm like, I have to quit. So I did it was just a leap of faith. And I put in my notice and officially December twenty eighth twenty fourteen was my last day as an officer. And I didn't know what it was going to. Honestly, I had no idea. But I knew that God had my back. I knew it would be figured out. And here we are today. So that's a fascinating story. And I think sometimes there is that it's not always that we're going towards something. It's sometimes it. We're trying to escape something else that we don't want. And both of those are very powerful. Motivators in. Maybe you didn't do everything. Right. But you are here today now. So how did you then you went to launching podcast in the beginning beginning of twenty sixteen you're really helping to help people build these mutually beneficial relationships talk about the work that you're doing now. And how podcasting was a huge part of that for you. Absolutely. And I know I went I went long on my story. I just want to I want to put something in to connect the dots. Here. I've always been a connector I have always been somebody who loves getting people together because I see how they can help each other or I want to get people together. So it's fun and meaningful, and I just like making people happy to be honest in really powerful ways. And as early as when I was thirteen years old. I got a citation from the state delegate. And I was in all the newspapers for an intergenerational program event that I. Created and it was just out of inspiration. Nobody taught me this stuff. It just always really came naturally to me. I had something called the senior prom where I had all of the seniors that we volunteered with at senior center near the school and the kids in the school, and I organized this big event, and it was really cool, actually how awesome it was. Awesome. And it was just it something I always a gift I was born with it's always been what I've loved to do. And so. I- relationships matter to me an offense relationships matter to me. And so when I quit my job. I I was a coach right like I had already gone through coaching. I was you know, I had my diploma and transformational life coaching. I was a licensed massage therapist and holistic practitioner. And so I thought I am I've I've had practice like I'm gonna figure this out. I don't know anything about the internet. And I am an absolute ghost. So before corrections where when you're a corrections officer, you're not advertising, high look at me, you know, right under the radar. Absolutely. And you know, I'm I'm in a small town now and a small area where the criminals know, my neighbors. And so some of the criminals are neighbors. I guess I don't know. But. So that was really scary that it's like, oh my gosh. I'm gonna have to put myself out there before I was a before. I was doing corrections. I was doing crisis support in interventions with youth. I I mean, I had cases where there were thinking about a case where there was a hit out on the kid that I was doing protection for because she was testifying against her pimp. And so I take her all around. Nobody could know where we were at except for my boss and the detective on the case. And so I mean, that's the kind of crazy work. I used to do for a for a number of years. And so I'm like, I do not use social media. I don't know anything about it. But I knew I needed to figure it out. So when I quit my job rising entrepreneurial problem solving. Is there? And I'm hearing maybe becoming true to yourself again that often take relationships mattering. Absolutely. But I didn't even realize it that that was something that wasn't normal for people. It really has taken me years to kind of figure that out. So I figured I learned everything I needed to learn I was like well, nobody's paying the bills. Let me figure it out. So I went online. I started learning learning learning and applying what I learned and making lots and lots of mistakes and correcting and just seeking out the best people I could find and one of the things that I was aware of that happened right before I quit my job as a CEO was I came across this thing called a summit, and it was put on by Moore Maria Murgatroyd. It was the superhero summit for authors. Speakers coaches, and it was the first lake online thing I had ever seen. And I was like oh my gosh. How neat is this? And I'm a coach. And here's this free conference online like it was mind blowing and it came across my first mentor there, and it's so funny because as were recorded, MS I'm actually I'm speaking with her later today years later. Oh, well, it's awesome. So yeah. So I came across me, I mentor there. And I I knew that that was something that was really powerful for me. So I thought after trying to do all the things people were telling me to do, and I paid so much money for all these programs promising results, I was like, I don't I don't have to do this anything. These people are saying, they're basically making me wrong, and I'm not an idiot, and I'm not wrong. What I need is to work with somebody who can see my gifts and graces and helped me chief my goals. My the the my desired outcome. And so I fired all of my, you know, all the people that I had higher. Heard all the programs. I was doing I quit. And just said, you know, what I'm not. I'm not even I'm just gonna focus on me. And I'm gonna go inward, and I'm going to ask. What do I want to do? What would feel really good and easy for me? And summit. I thought this is amazing. I want to help people who are where I am right now or before now. So maybe they're thinking about starting their own thing. Or what have you and PS marketing was my very first career a million years ago? Interesting. Yeah. So I mean, I applied a lot of principals from the offline space, and I was a big fan of guerrilla marketing and out of the box thinking, and so so I thought let me because all these people are searching and seeking and feeling like they're they're being sold snake oil. Let me find thirty of the best. People I can find on thirty different topics because I found that one thing that frustrated me as I looked into summit is that oftentimes the goal is to overwhelm. You actually is to overwhelm the free audience to make them by. And I just thought that so dirty. So I wanted to provide huge value to anybody give them excess and up to the best. And if they chose to go further that's their choice. But I wasn't worried about the money. I wanted to impact lives and so the business building rockstar summit was born twenty fifteen November. I was the first of three annual summits that Iran, and I knew about this thing called podcasting just from my research. Okay. I didn't I don't I didn't have an out. I didn't know anything about it. But I had. Thirty topics and I wanted one speaker per topic. So that my audience didn't get overwhelmed, and they could pick and choose and say, ooh, this sounds really interesting to me I'm gonna tune in for this. Or this sounds interesting to me. So we had one speaker per day we had one topic purse beat like one speaker spoke on topic. And I expected them to give away their best advice in an actionable takeaway on away and offer something. Yes. Offer something free. And it was so amazing. But the dilemma was nobody knew who I was I had no credibility. So how did I overcome that? How did I find and book the best people some of the best people in their industries to say, yes? To doing this and giving Haga ju. Yeah. So. So I used just again going back to that creativity and the desire to have a Fenwick and meaningful relationships, and I thought what would I need if I were in those shoes in their shoes? What would I need to hear or experience in order to say, yes? And so I just did my research on each person that I wanted, and then I approached them in the way that I thought they would appreciate and basically, and I had put together a document to identifying what my ask was and what I did not expect. And yeah, so I reached out personally sometimes by sending a video sometimes by sending Email sometimes by, you know, sending a card, and I also had purchased some programs just to get these people. Just to get myself on these people's radars. And that was huge all of it worked. But this one was huge. So man by the name of John Corcoran. Who's now, a dear friend. He was doing a webinar that I came across from another dear friend whose name is Nick Lopa. He has side-hustle nation for his podcast. And I came across Nick has is I said before I always did these side hustles. And when I first started my business, I thought that too. I should coach people who wanna have side hustles. Okay. And so I was looking up all the domains and all of that stuff. And I came across him. I got on his list I loved what he shared. He hosted a webinar called connecting. How to connect with influencers. And I was like perfect. That's what I need to do for my summit, the gentleman. John Corcoran, ran it. And there was an option to buy the higher ticket pro. Graham to get one phone call with him for thirty minutes or twenty minutes. I think it was. And I was like that's all I need to know. I want to get him on the phone. I don't care about the program. And so I bought the program with that. And that's you know, I know you talk about investing in your business investing in yourself. And so this is one example of how have done that successfully. And so I got on the call with him. And I said, you know, he wanted to know how he could help me with program how joining it. And I was just very transparent honest. I said, honestly, I haven't even gone through it. I started. But it's it's not the program that I wanted. It's the time with you. So can I tell you about how I'd love your support? And he's like, absolutely. So I told him I'm going to do this summit. I've got these people on board. And I would love to have you on board to teach about connecting with influencers, essentially what you say, and he was in. And then we. With the content. The conversation went more than twenty minutes as you can tell I'm a bit of a talker. And he by the end said now who else do you need who do you need? What topics? What people do you wanna meet? And he is he's like a master connector he worked for the Clinton White House as a speechwriter. He knows pretty much everybody in the digital marketing space. He's very well connected. And he's a Hugh manga slam as in person. And he's like guy didn't even know me. He says just through this conversation. You know, what do you need? And he started thinking about who would be best. And he literally sent out these emails to these people telling them about me how he's in how he's excited and he thinks they should be into and and so powerful every single one of those people said, yes. And I think the program I think it costs like. Six hundred dollars. Maybe that was very clear to me. That's how I should be spending by money not on these programs are things, but to really have close connection and one on one time with people who can help me grow and who people who inspire me. And that is where that's how I did it. And so back to your original question podcasting. And how I made that leap. So I knew podcasting was a thing. I knew it was, you know, a hot thing, but I wasn't into it. And I asked one of my guests. This is somebody who I had already reached out to and her name was Ambert. Her name is was past tense. Her name, Denver Ville Hauer, and she spoke on the podcast about creating a website. And I knew she was friends with this guy called John Lee Dumas, and I. Had heard that he was like, you know, the best person top person for podcasting. So I reached out to her and asked her what would it take for? What do you think it would take for me to to get John Lee Dumas on the summit, and she gave me specific directions? I followed her directions. Once I did it all she said. All right. I'll make all check in and see if he's willing. And she did. And sure enough he said, yes. And so that's how I learned about podcasting. Nice. And after the interview he said to me, no, Nicole. This was this was great. And you should think about podcasting because you enjoy interviewing people you're good at it. And it's a lot easier than summits, and I was like in the thick of my summit. And I thought ya know like this is what you sell, but I kept it. In mind. And then after somebody I was like, wait a minute. This guy is bringing in six figures a month, and he's having fun, and he knows a thing or two, so maybe I should pay attention. And that's so I did I got on the phone with him. And we set a date Hebrew, really pushed me to set it sooner than I was ready and Bob's your uncle March twenty first twenty sixteen was my my start date, and it's just been a wild ride since then while I just I love how you pulled so many pieces together through that story. And absolutely I'd I just wanna point out a few things I love that you shared every single element of that. Because one you found a way to connect with people you made it about people not just about making money, which the relationships are always behind any business endeavor. It's about giving value to that person. And I also love how you talk about finding out what they want in in serving them in the way that they want. So. So can you just come into little bit on that? And I know we're really close to the end of our timeframe today. And I feel like this is such a short show, and we could totally talk longer. But what I would love to then find out is as someone is building their business wherever they are right now. Let's just say they're already in a thriving business. But they know their next step is to have a another degree of exposure. And awareness of who they are. They're building that credibility factor in relationships are key part of that as they're finding out. These are key people. I want to connect with what is that step to bridge the gap in in become aware come into the awareness of that person that you want to connect with and then use that to grow your business. What does that step? So I'm gonna give shameless plug to myself here. Please do so what I have figured out over the past years is that this does not come naturally to most people is a special skill. And I do it literally effortlessly, I just am. I think I'm a lot like you in this way. Rachel when I Dennis I something I want I go for it. And I get it. And I know that I will always always win. I will always get what I want as long as everything is in alignment, and so there's no no there's just not right now, or there's this actually isn't the the best thing or fit or person that I need to to to connect with anything that is aligned always works. So that's one thing the shameless plug is that I actually am connector for people. So I've had clients who they're amazing like I just I pinch myself at the people I get to hang out with and it's so much fun. So I had a client who wanted to get on stage at a particular conference in their industry and they've applied for a few years. They never got a yes. And they wanted me to take them to the event go with them to the event and introduce them to people I love doing that stuff. Like, I I set up dinners is set up events and activities specifically for clients to meet their goals and to bring the people into the room that they need to know without them having to do it. I also teach people how to connect as well and help them. It's like I'm like, it's like training wheels. Right. Like, I'm doing it. It and I'm showing them how they can do it as well. So these are I also have podcast guesting agency. And so on, but these are things that I do for my clients, but the way that I quit and for the people who are keen to up level in just say, I'm going for it number one authenticity. If you come to anyone with an angle. I believe that it's felt and if you're going to the right people that are going to help you in your business or who are gonna be mentors friends clients customers. If you go to them with an ulterior motive, and you're going to that with them to get something out of them, the energy of that is funky and peop- in it, really repels people. Whereas if you go to them just really interested in them, and what can you give to them not what can you get from them? But what can you give to them gift to them that will help them somehow in their life or make them just happy? You know, doesn't have to be with business figure that out develop a real authentic relationship. And the rest is easy you build the relationship, I without expectation of getting anything, and it's just it naturally happens. Again, you you just know this is something I need. So who do I need to know who I want to know in order to? Get this outcome, and you do your research, and you befriend them like legitimately befriend them. And if it's something somebody that you don't want to hang out with that is not somebody who is going to help you get to the next level. So seek out the people who light you up who you would love to have a drink with or a bike to eat with and hang out, and those are the people that you want to build that report with and everything else just got happens sort of go first of all dismember mesmerized by you're talking about these things, but I'm always looking at how to make the communication better. So one of the things we always talk about. I mean, you're doing it in a very authentic way in a very a very well thought out way. But people talk about relationships, you know, it's gotta be a relation and I used to be a coach basketball coach in the earlier life, and we used to always. Say two players playing hard enough. And finally one day a player looked at me and goes coach, I don't know what you mean about that. And finally it hit me. It's like, yeah. I know what I mean about it. So then I started listening out. Okay. To play hard. You have to do this this this this this will then it took it took our our performance to different. So that's the long way of asking. What is the relationship because you know, people talk about that all the time. But what are the concrete steps that it may be the concrete steps are there Arnold steps. I don't I don't know. But what is about building a relationship or what what does that meet, Bruce? I am. So glad you asked. And I'm so glad you asked in that way. So just like anything. Everybody's definition is different. And there are people. I know who when they talk about the relationship being the. Most important my spine gets like Tinguely because I know they are transactional. They are all about what's in it for them. And they could not care less about the other party. When I talk about relationships. I talk about when I talk about thin thick relationships. I talk about actually caring about the other person. I talk about just like if you were to date somebody you don't date somebody that you don't like, right. You don't spend the time being and getting to know somebody who doesn't really interest you. You're you shouldn't. So you you when you're dating somebody. You're looking at you know, how can I just enjoy life with this person? And what fun things would exciting things what magical things can happen for us together. And that's really the way. I look at building relationships. I. Find people who light me up. I find people who inspire me, and who are doing things that I would love to do or just are the kind of humans that I really love spending time with and want to know, and I really come from that aspect now when I'm doing it for my clients. It's a little bit different. I am sort of acting as a conduit for them. I guess for lack of a better word because I deeply get to know my clients and I- legitimately want to support them because I love them. And I think through amazing, and I'm their advocate and champion rate. And so I and I pushed them, right? So I it's it's sort of like coaching in that way like with basketball. And when I really understand the way that they communicate the way that they want to be seen what they're. They're what they're like blocks are then I can get to work and start helping them and find the people who I know will will give them who will be like a great synergistic match. Right. Who could be potential partners who could be potential clients who could be potential mentors at cetera. So I get to know my client, deeply, then I pull people together based on who they are. And how they show up. And here's the really interesting thing. You know, we talk a lot about your the average of the five people you spend the newest time with and, you know, your network equals your net worth stuff like that. And it's true. And when you get to a point where you only want to surround yourself with amazing people that you feel so good with. They are going to match up. So that's that's I guess my trick or hack and my my. My feelings about what is relationship in this business in life. And I think it's all together. And here's the other thing. I really believe Rachel thank you for mentioning this before I really really at my core. Believe everything has to be win win win a lot of times people talk about win win. But they forget the third win. And there's always three people or entities in a relationship. Right. And the most common one in business is me you actually anything. It's me you in them. So me, it has to be a win for you. It has to be a win for and them in podcasting is the audience in in working with clients the way, I do it's it's the clients and the person I'm bringing together with them or the pod. Cast host and my client. I mean, it has to be oh, and then then with the podcast it has to be the audience. So who are listening to us right now, they have to be getting value because if they're not getting value they've already tuned out and so of salute. So that's what I try and take a look from. I'm gonna take that as a bridge to close today because you said, something amazing. And I know that this is a tremendous value for audience as they are working to build this life in business that they love because it's not just about making money. It's not just about getting something that in the future is going to lead to a great life thirty or forty years from now it's really about saying how can I build a business? Love it. In the meantime, in and I know that everybody who is listening would say I love Nicole because she is somebody that would be in my corner. I mean, I know that you're not only giving value, but they're looking and realizing that you are the type of person who is looking for providing that value. Two people on ongoing basis. And so just tell us how would somebody connect with you. What options do you have available? I know you mentioned a Facebook groups all put that out there. We're going to put any links in the show notes, but how can people get in touch with you to find out more to become a client to be coached by you? And to get more connected and take advantage of the services that you have been connected. Thank you very much for asking and Rachel in Peru's. Thank you so much for having me here. First of all, I am so inspired and excited about you. And I just want to mention as well, you reached out to me as an example. You heard me on a podcast, you reached out to me authentically and just who you showed up as who you are. And I had to say, yes. Even though I didn't know you. And so that's a prime example in an inspiration, hopefully, your audience as well that you there's nothing to has to be in place. Just reach out when you wanna connect with somebody. And give value think about them, consider them. It's not just about taking it's about collaboration. And now I feel like I have a new friend because Rachel you're not getting away. So we will connect again. And that's the magic of building an authentic relationship. So how can people find out more? Learn about me connect with me all the things. So I have a website. It's done ical Holland dot com. And if you're interested in contacting me working with me want to have a conversation around that you can find everything you need on the websites. And if you would just like to get more of my tips, and takeaways and all of that thing that all of that stuff, and you just want to ask questions and be a part of my community. I do have a free Facebook group. You can go to the Nicole Holland dot com forward slash leads on demand. The Cole hall in dot com for slash leads on demand. And the reason the name is leads on demand is because whether you're. Connecting with someone for partnership, or whether you're connecting with somebody to be on a podcast, or whether you're you know, using social media, whatever, my focus is helping people get the leads they need in all these different ways that suit them best in our easy and fun and make them happy. So it's also thank you so much the opportunity. We'll thank you for being here today. Thank you for working through our technical challenges at the beginning in Bruce. What was that? Yes. Thank you. Yes. Thank you for being available and flexible with your schedule, and I just want to say, thank you so much for being a connector and for making it so important to get your message out there, and for helping people to recognize and realize that there is so much value in who we are as people, and I think as we do that internal work and figure out what it is that we have to offer that really tremendously allows us to enter into authentic relationship. It's so thank you for being here today. We'll have all the links on our on the show notes for the blog. So you can get connected as well. And thank you for being here today. Thank you. In enclosing. Remember success leaves clues so model the successful few not the crowd and build a life and business you love. 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Do you feel like you are barely keeping it together? Cherlyn Decker: 204

Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

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Do you feel like you are barely keeping it together? Cherlyn Decker: 204

"You're listening to the MOM inspired show episode two, hundred and four with sherline. Decker? Welcome to the Mamas Birds Show I'm your host Amber Sandberg and this shows created inspire encourage and add a little extra onto your day You guys, I'm super excited to have sherline on the show today I wanted to do an episode where we were just kind of talking about. true feelings and you know the challenges that we're going through right now I'm with covert and going back to school and life just being a little bit more challenging than It usually is and I don't know I think. This is a time right now that I feel like people might kind of keeping things to themselves because they don't want to burden someone or they know that someone else is going through things too and you know people might be keeping things to themselves. They're not in community like they normally are there maybe not seeing their friends and family like they're used to, and so I wanted to do a show that if you're having a hard time that I feel like I hope this show can speak to you and let you know that you're not alone on if you know someone who is struggling an feels all alone please. Share this episode with them I just WanNa make sure that all the MOMS know that It's not just them right? It's not just them feeling like this is so hard and challenging and that they might not be feeling good enough so I just want I want them to be able to hear this. Episode Today So I hope you guys leave this episode feeling encouraged and just know that you're not alone. Welcome back to my favorite things segment. You guys the reason why I wanted to do this episode because I know that a lot of you guys might be feeling burnt out and you know. You might find yourself last on the list because you're just trying to put the family first and do all the things and it's been so easy to do that when during you know Kovic and just kind of being quarantined and not doing you're normal routine but I know for me that when I'm not taking care of my health everything feel so much harder and I don't mean just losing weight. I. Mean. Working out eating better for my body making meals that are more nutritious but I feel like it's so easy to feel like you don't have time for that so you may be thinking, Ambert. Yeah. That sounds great but I don't live in that world. I'm home schooling I'm doing all these things like I don't even have time anymore but I wanted to remind you guys I've talked about this ally and I just want to remind you because some of you have not heard this. About this program or you've are new to my podcast but you know I did a program called Lean It was a seven week online program and it kicked off my weight loss last year. If you guys missed that series last year how I lost fifty pounds and ten months and make sure to go check that out. It's episode one, Sixty, seven and Amanda who created lean. She talks about how it works. She goes in details of why intermittent fasting works why she likes tracking Micros and all that kind of stuff and she provides amazing recipes and even does workout plan so that you don't have to leave the house because. I know a lot of you don't have the luxury to be able to go to the gym and stuff like that. So I also want to remind you if you are not even eating to lose weight, but you just feel like you've not been eating well and you just want to get back on track with any better and having more structure and accountability. This is a perfect fit for you. So I wanNA point out that. This isn't just about losing weight. This really is just kind of like getting your life back and you might have slid. Covert and then summer, and then you find yourself just eating too many s'mores and chips and whatever, and you're kind of feeling like man I'm feeling. So sluggish I need to like hone in my eating. This is a great plan for you and also too I wanNA encourage you to do this with friends if you're feeling like you kind of are isolated and haven't been hanging out with people. Drag your friends and do this together. You know it's a fun thing to do with other people. It is about accountability and There is a referral code and you get ten dollars off the referral code is mom and on the next episode that she has a rhythm off to you that are coming up is September twenty first October Fifth October Twenty six November ninth and November twenty third I'm going to put this on the show notes. So if you missed it, you can go there and grab it but all these links are always in my show notes and if if you subscribe to the MOM and spurred show You will get this in your inbox every week with every new episode that comes out on Tuesday. So you don't have to go searching for this. So you guys just go to mom inspired show dot com, enter your name and email that way you get all of my favorite things at fingertips you don't have to go searching for it but again, I highly recommend this program grab a handful of. Your friends do this together and get back on track and put yourself back on the list a you deserve it. You deserve self care and i. just want you guys feeling good about yourself and you know taking care of yourselves because like we talk about in this episode, you can't poor from an empty container. So you need to take care of yourself. Are you guys? Let's go to the show. sherline thanks so much for coming on the show today and I am so happy to be here. I'm excited to talk to all the MOMS out there. 'cause man are we going through it? Aren't we? Oh yeah for sure especially with the whole school situation any situation Mike now adding words I need to go back to school. It's one of those days today it's really raining I think the hurricanes and stuff like that. So it's one of those days I probably should just be sitting on the couch. Doing an interview. So. Let's just hope that advocate for. Okay. We will do it. We make it. Alright. So I lied to start off every show with an icebreaker on travel I am a travel agent. So I just like ask my guests what is your favorite vacation spot in y. and this can be with or without kids. Oh. Wow. Now, that's an idea right there. How do we do that after all this season of twenty twenty with our kids at home? Yeah. My favorite vacation spot is going to be on the lake. There's just something about the water that connects with my soul in such a way that feeds me. And I find that I really like the lake places that the house actually has a view. This past summer we just were in a place where I mean hello we've all been there. We've needed a vacation my husband. Saw It in himself he saw in me. And so he Booked, a little the VR B o with our besties and we went to South Carolina and we just were on Lake Hartwell beautiful beautiful right outside of Clemson and I'm just a little couple hours north of. Atlanta, and so we had this great time in my only complaint as I had no view of the water from the House. I mean as beautiful as it was acres and acres of water, and that was the one thing that I think next time when I'm like, okay here's where we're looking I WANNA make sure that I can see it because I mean I could see it on the boat, but it's completely different when you're seeing and you're holding on for dear life right. Yes. I. Agree. Now you're saying there's acres and acres of water. Is that what you're saying? Yes. So cartwheels. But you couldn't see it from your house is what you're saying. Now from the House we rented, we couldn't see it at all. So we even though we were Lakefront, we were like front. Yes. We know how does that work like that? They have so much land and so the house is really set back far. Right, well that and the fact that there were so many trees which from the late media absolutely beautiful and then it felt like you were the only one out there and they're other lakes where there are so many houses that you're just like local area. At me. Yes. Yes. So we actually found the water to be super, serene and relaxing. But at the same time I didn't quite get the you know my quiet time. Yeah. Morning to be in front of this beautiful water where I can really feel like my soul was restored So I walked away from that meeting another Vaca- I understand that. So I'll tell you a story I we take our girls to the panhandle almost every year because we live in Tennessee, and so we can get to the Gulf of Mexico and under seven hours so. The thing that I've learned is. There are really beautiful towns like seaside and all that kind of stuff that they're super q and the houses are gorgeous and all the stuff but you're not on the water you're not on the beach. So you give that up in order to be like in a house and all that kind of stuff but for me. Being in a house or being in a condo away from the beach and I can't see it. It's it's like my brain's kind of like I. Don't even know I'm there. So to me is like I might as well be in Nashville you know what I mean. So I'm like I realized that I really really love having a balcony. That's on the water that I can see and it makes such a difference. So when you're saying that when you're describing that I know exactly what you're talking about and some people don't care right so you have to kind of know that about yourself like if that's one of your top priorities and it is for me so I may not get as cute of a place because you're paying for the location versus the aesthetic of the House right and if we think about, know we look at it through our mom lens and we're now having to cross the street Oh. I'm like this is not very notion. Now this is home. CARE. All the junk exactly all the house to the car to the parking lot to you know. Put the stuff and I could just be like, Hey, there it is on the deck and watch you don't drought. Exactly. Right. So I feel the same way and that was that was one of the reasons we started going and being more on the beach is because of the kids staff and even now there six nine, we still now we have boogie board. So it's different kind of stuff but we're still dragging all of these things and I'm like I don't want to pack up the. Car and then drive or then you know Schlep, it across a big road I just WANNA be able to get there and just unload, and so I totally agree and I've not state on a lake, but that is the next thing that I would love to do So I've never even heard of Lake Hartwell. So would you recommend it besides the fact that you didn't have a house that was boom right on the lake or do you have another lake that you highly recommend Out of the couple that I've been to I've been quite a few probably my favorite one is Smith Mountain Lake in Virginia that I went to Virginia Tech for college and so it was just maybe an hour north and then when my husband and I first started testing out whether we were even in a like a lake vacation, we got a little condo there and we loved it. We could see it. We had a hot tub that was lovely and you know all of those things and so I think that kind of set the bar really high though Hartwell was beautiful I mean just so much water. We were there in a very over a week and I swear we rarely saw any other boats. Are we here by ourselves that there was just so much water by? Easy. An inlet and never come out never seen anybody. Wow. Yeah. That is really cool. Yeah. That is because I know. Okay. Do you recommend it if that's what you're looking? Yeah. Well I'm glad we figured that out and you know here's the thing a lot more people are doing more road trips and doing those kind of things. So that's why I wanted to kind of go into that a little bit more versus you know people come on those talk about international travel as much as I love that and I love sending people. Overseas and stuff like that. But right now you know we're kind of all staying closer to home. So I'm glad that you mentioned that but how about we jump into the interview and you share a little bit more about yourself your name where you live and how many kids you have and their ages. Yeah. My name is Sharell decker and it's spelled C. H. E. R.. So it sounds like share like will you share? You know that blueberry? Muffin with me because it looks made And I live just north of Denver Colorado. We've lived here for about the past four years but I am from the East Coast. So I grew up right outside in the northern Virginia area of Washington. DC. So I live lived there my whole life, and then in the past fight for years might we've moved out here to Denver for my husband's job I have two I have two children they're both middle schoolers. So my own one, just ten thirteen and we celebrated that milestone birthday in just a way to honor and celebrate even though like half the things I wanted to do canceled because everything was closed. So I mean I really wanted to take her to get her makeup done right and nobody's doing that because WHO's touching faces like So. I was sad and then there was a beautiful little place I, wanted to go take her to Brunch in that didn't work either so. My sister flew in town and we just had this beautiful celebration with her and just kind of took life. Easy. My youngest is will be eleven in September and so depending on when when this air she's either still ten or you know she's claiming she's eleven now how or she'll already had her birthday and they are I, tell you what Mama's we made a very hard decision about school and they we chose we just moved into a new a new neighborhood new. House. On the north side of Denver, we were on the south. And so they're in a completely new school and the biggest decision that was so hard for us. All was what are we going to do with school and they need communities so badly? Yeah and so my kids and I and my husband, and we all agreed that they needed to go back in person if that was an option down. So that's what they're doing. They're going back in person two days, and then the rest of the time is at home and we are trying to you know juggle what all of that looks like as working as a working mom. Yeah So. That's my kids just a little bit about me and we were joking about this earlier is I'm a tea drinker and not a coffee drinker. So I, hope you find a special place in your army. I'm sure there's a lot of teetering out there too. I was GONNA. Ask you how do you like living in Colorado? There is no humidity here. That's what I'm talking about. That is beautiful. However, you know we're landlocked. So there's no real good seafood either oh Do Miss that about you know Gosh, a good Maryland crab cake, which is be so yummy. Right about now but E. W overcome. Yeah. They don't like that. Oh, go ahead about Denver and I love that it's it can be sixty, sixty, five seventy degrees in the middle of winter and that chat. So interesting. Yeah. I really WANNA take my girls to Colorado in one one of the summers to get away from here. You know because it's so hot and humid. So that's how my listed to you. At one point I've been to Colorado Springs a couple of times when I was younger So I haven't been back. So that's why I thought. I'd ask you. But when you do some of the mountain's Ski Resorts, have? Summer activities one of our favorite things to do is an Alpine slide. So if you think about it, you're writing in this teeny little plastic cart. It's kind of like a matchbox car except for human size, but it's still very small. So it's similar. It's like you're sitting in a sheet Pan Oh totally. Yeah, right yes and it's got a joystick and is on this in this concrete. Half ditch. Yeah. I know what? You're saying how the mountain. Troll your own speed. UPS So you take the ski lift up to the top, you get your little cart new cart down and they are stow fund. We love that every summer we try to get up there that does Once, you get past the scary. Yeah yes, and you know you can fall off. Gary some be bad road rash but. As. You can see I can talk to you about travel like the whole time. So I always have to cut myself off how about you just share with us a little bit of how you got to where you are today workwise. So then I'm it will make sense to what we're going to jump into the interview. Yeah. So my career started in corporate America and I was there for probably. Twelve, fifteen years and I had gotten to the place where I was at the top that I could climb on this latter I had A. I know I wasn't happy with the Title I had even though I was in a lower executive position. and. So I left that job in a place of gist. Dissatisfaction, and frankly there's a whole lot of pride going on in my life to and I ended up going to work for. Startup. And while that's risky in and of itself I needed the change I thought I was taking no more work life balance for my family and deciding to work from home. What was not disclosed to me with the amount of travel I would be under now I like to travel for vacation travel for work as if. It was horrible and so they would be like, Oh, you to be on site with the client for a full week and I'm like well yeah. I'm a working mom you said this you know this was an at home job what how ninety to be in Cleveland all the time like what the deal and live in Cleveland I love you I still. Your home. For Kids. Right, and so here it is school picture day and I'm like trying to travel and I'm like this is not going to work. Explain your client it school picture day I am going to make sure their hair looks good because this is the one day I control what they wear. Other looks. Yeah that is so tiny entry. Yeah it is, and so you know I was there I was there for about nine months when my phone rang and they told me, my position was eliminated. And in that one phone call amber, we lost sixty percent of our income while. And that was a day I was working from home actually actually working from and I collapsed in my office chair. And Heavy Mascara streaked down my face as my face was just washed over with tears. Because I didn't know how we were going to get through. It I didn't know if things are going to be. Okay. I didn't know. What I didn't know there was just so much about that moment that completely paralyzed from moving forward that completely froze me in fear. And all of those endless questions just swirled and swirled and swirled and my thoughts and completely consumed me. And then about five years later, things were different. And I'm no longer that women. And I have an unshakable faith. I have a confidence and a piece that is so starkly different than what happened in that one phone call on a very cold day in February and it was that catalytic moment that set my life on a completely new path when I realized that climbing the corporate ladder and trying to figure out how to be a traveling consultant was not the life that I wanted. It was not the mom. Or wife I wanted to be. And things had to change and they did and everything changed where I live where I worked who I hung out with what I believed about myself, what I believed about God and most importantly how I prayed it all changed. That is pretty awesome. What do you think So it's so five was as five years ago. This has been let's say this was in two thousand and fourteen. So it's sex years six years. Okay. So you are a what now what do you do for? Yeah. So in that moment, I began to hear things like life coach someone what is that and so I called one and they're like, Oh, you don't need a life coach because you don't know what you're doing. And so it was like, okay. So you put that on the shelf and right, and then I hired a spiritual director to get me through that season and that someone who helps you to stick deep in your spiritual walk with God and Addison, and just take it to the next level because there's just some things for just not taught or there's spiritual practices that we've never tried to get as close to God and I really needed to hear from God season and so walking through that and then seeing. What those two things were realized. That's what I'm good at because as part of this of this idea of building my identity because there was so much of myself built up into what I did for a living. That when we sat down with both the coach that I hired and the spiritual director and we were like, okay, what is it that person was the same? She did both. And she's like, what do you do best and you know what's in your hand? Gweat can you do that? You're good at and I realized that in the fifteen years of working in corporate America and that I was really good at building people. Personally professionally, and then I had this desire to help people grow spiritually because of what I walked through and realize there was so much of what transformation that God had done in my life that was directly related to inner work route work. You know uprooting things that didn't belong there thing things that I believed about myself things I believed about God wants I replaced those things with the truth then I could become something. Who He you know the purpose and plan that he had for me and firm right now what that looks like is I am a coach and spiritual director and that's what I help. Do I help women take these struggles of life? The trials, the transitions, the things that didn't go according to plan quote unquote because I'm a High D. type, a Mary independent girl and when things don't go from a to be Kinda get frustrated and so when we take those things and then realize we can tap into them. and find lessons in them. That give us keys to our next step that unlocked doors to our next few our our next chapter that help us get there. Oh Man I love that. Yeah. Well, that leads me into my first question I'm for the MOMS out there. You know what would your advice be for those of us that are barely keeping it together and just feel close to burn out. The best piece of advice the place to start is to figure out how to get rest. Because we cannot poor from an empty cup often in this whole entire season I've just done it i. just you know I've I've just had to remind myself of practicing what I preach. Really. Of this whole Cova thing, right? That's. All. Of the weight of most of this is on US Mamas. And I couldn't help by kids. I couldn't be there with my kids and I couldn't also be there for my clients when I was empty an I was burning the candle at both ends because I lived that life once I lived a life in corporate America where I was going to and from the office dropping my kids off at daycare having them. and. Living a life and doing a thing that I was driving drained from. And when I can finally tap into rest and finally see okay what does it look like to rest because rest does not equal laziness rest is intentional. About the things that you do and making sure you're doing the right things and then taking time to make sure that you are refilling your cup and that looks different for all of us and for me, that's my quiet time with God that's getting in to the word of God and letting him tell me what he thinks about me yeah. Yeah. Yeah Yeah I. think that's great because I do think a lot of people might even feel guilty like you're saying they may equate that till easiness and they're like I don't have time for this and. You know this is selfish of me to do that. But I'm glad that you brought that up. Self carries not selfish. Right? Self care is not just going to get a mini petty which I love. Those right self care is not just ha when have I last showered? Yeah right yeah. CARE is making sure your mind. Is in a place your heart is in place that can pour out and serve other people because when we're frazzled and went then we ended up saying things that we regret. Oh for sure yes, we have no interest. Gee, we end up. You know being short tempered and I've been that woman. And the reflection in the mirror when I look at her is just not pretty. mean. That's a good point to bring up. You know for MOMS to be thinking you know about those things and you know questioning, are they doing what they need to do to take care of themselves and you're right you can't poor from an empty container and so The. Next question that I have for you and this really ties into this especially with if people are schooling that are not used to home schooling and they don't have that all down it's just that many moms just be questioning. You know are they good enough you know what? If they mess up and so Even if they're not home schooling, there's a lot of that going on because Cova dishes bringing up a lot of stuff But what is your tips on how be moms to process you know these types of thoughts I. Want you to look in the mirror and I want you to tell yourself. You made the right decision for your family. If that decision is different than your neighbor. If that's to sift decision is different than what someone else said you should have done. It doesn't matter. You made the right decision for your family. It is okay. You have what you need I. Love how? The Bible tells us that we are equipped for everything that we're going to do. Does that mean we are perfect every time. Oh No, I am A. I am a recovering perfectionist and I can tell you that I learn way more and I learn faster from failure. That's been a big part of my story there. Self, permission. Give yourself grace to screw it up. And still be able to look at yourself and say you're doing the best that you can. And what we find out about the trials that we walk through as they strengthen us, we may not know what what were planting right now this this year and twenty twenty but wilt there'll be a time in the future will look back and be you know what I develop those skills in twenty twenty during the middle of that home schooling during the middle of that. Sitting my kids to school with masks and you know overcoming that fear they'll be things that we have that we are. Doing right now, that will show up later as an area of of of strength that will be like Oh then it'll make sense but right now look at yourself. And say. You're doing just fine Mama. I like that, and I do feel like a lot of people are going to be you know feeling like They're letting their kids down and so I like that you talk about you know that it takes failing but you just gotTa keep getting back up I think sometimes people just think, oh, I can't fail well, no, you are going to fail but it's a matter of what you do with that. You know to keep going forward. So I'm glad that you pointed that out because. I think everybody is so afraid to do the wrong thing. You know. So then it just keeps them from doing what they need to do. And we need to celebrate the winds and sometimes those failures. I had a friend post on facebook last week and she was like she was sharing that her children told told her she was the worst teacher they've ever had. No this is her first time home schooling, and so she is like in this place and I wrote back it all capital letters winning like you're winning you have passed the test of you know being the worst teacher everyone can happen. It's now done. Over you can. Only, go. Here. And it was just such a funny way of being like Yes pat yourself on the back. You got the badge. It's okay. They were angry and frustrated and they said something I'm certainly didn't mean or maybe they did. But it doesn't matter because you're doing the best you can and you you've finished. Yeah. A break and you. And say to exactly that's so funny. So, here's another one. That's all you know I think a little bit more challenging for people and We were talking about this before the recording with Cova and you know everyone is struggling to some point and so. I do think it's easy to hide what is really going on and keeping your feelings from others because one I don't think that people want to burden others since we are all going through this together. To some level right on some level, our life is not the the norm of what it used to be. So it may not be as hard as someone else's or someone's life might be harder. So I think that makes it even more easy to kind of keep everything in an and take on you know dealing with your own stuff So how do we navigate this without feeling like we're just dumping all our problems onto others but also taking care of ourselves and being honest with how we are truly feeling that's a complex question. So let me break it down into a few things. The first thing I want to say is that your feelings are data. Think of it. This way your feelings are like waves they come in and they come out. You get to choose which one you're GONNA surf. and. So there are feelings that are going to bubble up fear. Anxiety worry. insecurity and that thing those feelings tell you something there's also. That kind of come up that are you know and I don't want to say there's positive or negative feelings because these feelings are often telling us what's going on inside. And if we don't have community right now, which most of us don't because our churches are closed our you know parents can't go anywhere. We can't really gather in groups and there's just a lot of limitation right now. So it's were stuck with zoom and you know the ability to have facetime calls if you're apple people or Google hangouts. We have the ability to connect over video but even over video, your friends can pick up on your body language and they can. No you're not. Okay. You can see it on somebody when they carry a heaviness. and. So we have this opportunity to meet with people and share with them what's going on, and if we see our feelings as data, we see our feelings as information. Then it's it's not a label that is a negative or positive thing. We can say, okay, this is how I'm feeling right now about this and let me give you an example I was. Because when you can compare your feelings to your normal. Then you can really have a barometer of saying, okay something's off. And my example would be when we vary win this whole thing hit from the very beginning I live in Colorado. So we didn't have a mask mandate immediately, but there were certain stores that were requiring one of them was Costco. And I was in Costco and I had this hot pink Bandana around my mask. You know around my face asthma masks I didn't have an hadn't purchased any yet or near that was to brand new. This is when we were all hunting for toilet paper, right? and. So I have hot pink Bandanna on my face and it keeps sliding off and I'm getting frustrated and it's just driving me nuts and then in the middle of all of that I'm you know I'm just having this conversation? I'm like this is not my normal I don't typically walk completely frustrated. And, I realized what I was picking up on was the frustration of everybody else the anxiety of everybody else will they'll be enough whatever it is they were shopping for near Cosco race, the land of bull abundance. Enough. and. And so then I could change my perspective and realize. Okay. These people need peace. And so just inside of myself, I just began to just as I pass people who I thought were in this place of frustration and worry and fear as a because you can see it on people as I was seeing them with this. Then I just speak to quietly pray for them that they would relieve that I would just have p said they would know the peace of God that they would not. This virus that they would just have complete peace and their beings because it makes a difference when you walk around with peace just like we can see women who opt around with confidence and we know what it's like to walk around without confidence and we're like other something about her. There's something about that woman over there. That is is contagious something she has as contagious. Whatever that is whatever those feelings whatever that was attribute she represents if we can recognize that those feelings are showing us us what our normal isn't is that's against our normal than we can tap into the power of what our feelings are trying to tell us. I like that I was just thinking about that because I do think that were so rushed you know Today's society. So I don't even think we slow down enough you know. Kind of like what you're saying is, why were you feeling? So frustrated, right lake I think most people just be like, okay. GotTa go I gotTa get in get out and you're not even taking the time so I think that's really important To kind of ask those questions to yourself. Yeah. We don't get there immediately if we think that Gosh, how recognize somebody else's feeling the first place to start is recognize that those feelings that are then spinning that. Feelings plus thoughts when those to put together, they begin to create a behavior in us. and. So if we think that, okay, the feeling is showing up and then it's causing thoughts to spiral and. There's no is no surprise to. To you amber that thought sometimes lie to US we stand on the scale it shows us a number in it lies about our value Yeah we and it it. It doesn't matter what the number is. It's either too high or too low or doesn't matter so that those thoughts that enter into our mind we have to begin to recognize is that my voice. Or is that is that a lie? Right? Because when we recognize at the thought is ally then I'm not letting the feeling of insecurity that's rising up in me attached to the thought, which then creates a behavior in me to respond in a negative way to what's coming up. Yeah. So, we can capture that thought that lie and replace it with truth. Then I can then may almost like you know tell my feelings. Well, that's not true and they have less power. I was thinking about at the beginning you're saying this is a complex question. So I WANNA make sure that we address this part. So if people do feel like they're hiding their feelings and stuff like that and just kind of making it seemed like I'm okay I'm okay and they're really not what would you encourage them to do especially during this time frame when everybody's dealing with stuff so it's kind of like, Hey, let me don't my stuff I knew I know you got your stuff to you but like that is what people think you know not everyone but that is what a lot of people within like well. You got all your stuff. You're doing all that and I don't WanNa dump this on you. So what your thoughts? What we know about feelings are the more we stuffed them the more they become a volcano. And at some point, they're going to come out. And the sooner you can deal with the rumblings. The less lava gets dispute over everybody. And while you're thinking it selfish. To. Talk to somebody else I would encourage you that it is a gift to bear one another's burdens. It is a gift to hold up each other's arms in times of difficulty we get to come alongside you. We get to love you. It is our honor. You do the same for me. And they're sometimes there are some phone calls that we have. We call her girlfriends and they need us and we didn't know it were just calling to say hi. Ryan yet they needed they needed that touch point and soda think that we would not. They would not love US enough to receive our stuff. Man. You're worthy of it. You are. Your friends. Love you. Your family loves you your God loves you. And if you can't reach out to somebody because you're afraid of whatever then you know what the one person is listening his God and he knows your heart, he knows your needs before. You even say them to. You can find a corner of the back of your closet. Nexus and Climbing the corner and cry, and that's okay and sometimes you being honest with myself is standard in the shower when I actually do have a moment of peace and I know, no one is actually going to barge in, right? Yeah. So be honest with yourself and reach out to somebody they want to help you. I like and that's a good reminder So Cheryl, we're at the end of the show and I wanted to ask you what your suggestion. Is. For moms that are just really feeling paralyzed. And they just feel like they can't do it anymore like this is just you know too much has been dumped on their play they're. Just kind of like I've had enough. This has been long enough. I'm Don. I WANNA run away. Or they're just giving up you know. So what is your thoughts on that? I want you to know what the word of God says about you and the way to find that is I have in this. I was there I was in that season in that place. And when I was there I sat down and I told about it and they an end that journaling season. I had prayers that came out of that and I turned them into five declarations and these aren't short little declaration that you can put on a post it note and stick on your mirror. These are you know powerful prayers that helped me cry out to God. and Use his word as a foundation that I could just lean against. Because when I wasn't strong enough. And, I'd be glad to give those to you that way you don't have to do the work. And all even one step further. There on printed out and they're on video. So if you don't have the time to to say it over yourself, let me say it over you and I will pray over you and there's five areas that there's a declaration for each one and so it's family. 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Session 138: Being Introverted Vs. Social Anxiety

Therapy for Black Girls

31:21 min | 1 year ago

Session 138: Being Introverted Vs. Social Anxiety

"Welcome to the therapy for black girls. podcast a weekly conversation about mental health personal development and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. I'm your host Dr Joy. Hardin Bradford a licensed psychologist in Atlanta Georgia for more information or to find a therapist in your area visit our website at therapy for girls dot com. While I hope you love listening into and learning from the podcast it is not meant to be a substitute for relationship with a licensed mental health professional L. ING so much for joining me procession one thirty eight of therapy the black girls podcast. oftentimes I hear people talking about someone struggling with social anxiety and it's clear that what they're really talking about. Is that person being being introverted. They're definitely not the same thing and I wanted to be sure. We spent some time chatting about the differences this week. For this conversation I was joined and by Geneva Sadler. Geneva is a licensed clinical social worker in Raleigh North Carolina. She's the owner of urban healing counseling a group Psychotherapy Arpey Office and founder and Co owner of introverted girlfriends a safe space for introverted women's promote and uplift each other Jan Jan I chatted about the differences between being introverted and struggling with social anxiety. How you might know if you're introverted? How social anxiety? Eddie impacts people's lives and what kinds of treatments are used to help those who struggle with social anxiety. If you hear something that resonates with you are listening. Please be sure to share with us on social media using the HASHTAG. TB In session. Here's our conversation. Thank you so much for joining us today. Janea thank you so much for having me today. Dr Joy some happy that you were able to join us because I think what we're going to get into today is something thing. A lot of people have been confused about so. We're going to start our conversation talking about the difference between being introverted and struggling with social anxiety. Because I think sometimes people I think those are the same thing and of course. They're not so. Can you tell me a little bit. About what introversion is yes yes. Having social anxiety does not mean the sure. Introvert and social anxiety. Introversion is not the same thing so let me on. Pat Introversion is a characteristic of someone's personality and in social anxiety in more of a mental health condition but meet define what an introvert is. Is someone who prefers calm less stimulating environments vehemence introverts tend to be drained at the socializing and regain their energy by spending time along a quote that I read online and I really do love. It's introversion is your way as social anxiety can get in your way I like that quote. I think they built helps to explain. Explain what it is. Yeah and there's some common traits that people that are introvert have and then we can talk about some traits of social anxiety to and I. I just want to help other people understand. Also that this personality trait kind of exist on the spectrum rate so you often hear people talk about introverted versus his extroverted. I mean it's important to note that most of us are a little bit of both of them yes absolutely and some falls on different realm of the continuum so I am on the extreme introvert continue and some may be what we call now Ambert. So that's like in the middle got you okay. That doesn't mean that introverts don't like people or don't like social situations many introverts. I actually enjoy spending time around others. They just prefer smaller crowds in a more intimate setting so kind of less straining. uh-huh yeah and I do think that that's an important distinction. I'm glad you shared that because I think there is often so many. There are so many misconceptions about what it means to be introverted. Like does that mean you never WanNa talk to people. Does that mean you know. You don't want to be invited outright when really it is more about where your energy comes from in that after you're spending time with like a large social situation somebody who is more introverted will probably need some time to kind of unwind with themselves yes I. I sometimes feel exhausted at the end of the day. You know seeing a lot of clients interact on a lot of people and I just need quiet time to reflect to retreat three because I spent so much energy in social situations yet. I don't think especially people who maybe are more extroverted. I don't think that people often think about out the amount of emotional energy. It sometimes takes a kind of be in a group of kind of manage. Everybody you know everybody's stuff and everything that's going on and and so you know people who are more introverted. Do sometimes need at times. Kind of just unwind like take a deep breath and take back after kind of interacting with people. Just give me a moment or two you know and sometimes too much simulation can just make you feel drained so are there. There's some kind of tell tale ways somebody to tell kind of where they fall on the spectrum. Yes as an introvert. Sometimes we tend suit suit. Enjoy more quiet time. Though we spend time reading a good book or retreating to a quiet space in Utilizing that Tom to recharge so that may be a sign that you are insured that you just need downtime. Another son is that you you have a small group of friends you know rather than a large extended network. You really do enjoy socializing but it's just on a smaller scale more more intimate setting another telltale signs. Sometimes this if you do not enjoy small talk you know you tend to just get right into the discussions of things. That's a good one. I think most people would not necessarily petition to that idea. I have heard of people talk. Well the thing that they just don't enjoy small talk about like what about that. Makes it difficult for introvert. Yes I think it's the fluff the flower that maybe not knowing what to say. I'm always kidding around but I cannot talk about the weather for an hour. You know. So you'RE GONNA get deeper into the conversation I and so. I think that it may just be uncomfortable. You know or maybe not knowing how or where to start a find that many introverts described themselves themselves sometimes as socially awkward not that they have to be socially awkward but may feel that way. Sometimes they just don't know how to get it in you know that small tall And I think if we think about it in terms of energy like we talked about if I already feel like my energy is going to be low for this social situation relation. I probably wants to conserve it and use it on small dog. Yeah absolutely very point Dr July. Yeah Yeah and so some of those highlights that you mentioned. I think maybe where some of the confusion comes from in terms of comparing introversion to social anxiety because you mentioned things like maybe they do feel a little socially awkward or that kind of stuff and so I think that sometimes where people think. Oh this means social anxiety win. Of course it doesn't it doesn't at all and so can you share then more about about the distinction between introversion and social anxiety so we talked a little bit about like when introversion looks like. Can you share more about the social anxiety piece in how you might be able to tell the difference. Oh absolutely it's normal to feel nervous in certain situations so certain social situations for example. I'm nervous that's right now. Being on your podcast but in social anxiety disorder. Social Interactions May cause intense fear. They may fear that they're gonNA embarrass ask themselves or fear being criticized or judge. I think that that's the distinction is that is a fear component when introversion is more who. Oh you are. I'm GonNa talk about a little bit of some of the symptoms of social anxiety which is like very different than personality traits. You know so one may fear social social situations. They may worry about again. Embarrassed themselves or humiliating themselves. They have an intense fear. phobe of talking to strangers other fears may include like not wanting to use public restrooms and not wanting to eat in front of people make toddler calls making. Can I contact so those are some of the cognitive symptoms of anxiety and some of the physical symptoms can be trembling sweating as heartbeat. So those are ways that we can define you know exactly you know what it is and so someone with social anxiety may start getting anxious before a social interaction. You know that anticipatory anxiety and others may spend a lot of time ruminating. After the event they may spend days months. I'm sorry I even Dr Join US on cases years. Oh kissing on what went wrong. And what mistakes they may have made. It is really hard for them to let go because has a field judge or they feel as if someone will reject them another key component of social anxiety is a voidance. You know we avoid avoid the things that do not feel good to us and if you have social anxiety those are social situations and in the long term arm if we avoid things it interns increase our fear right. I mean we often talk about the fact that you know the more that you don't approach the thing saying that you're afraid of you never actually learn the lesson that it's not as bad as it seems in your head. Yeah Yeah and I can take that example public speaking you you know today if you always avoided your fear will never diminish so sometimes you have to push pass your comfort zone in do it And now hold yourself back at least. That's what I told myself today. You know and it's even better when you're able to do that in a safe place like a therapy office uh-huh and you mentioned you know like most of us are a little anxious probably about like public speaking or going to a party when there's nobody there we're gonNA know L.. Like most people would probably feel a little nervous about that but it sounds like the hallmark where you really WanNa make sure you're paying attention to you. Know regular everyday kind of shyness or versus a social anxiety disorder. It sounds like is the intensity of the feelings that you're having yes yes the intensity and also whether or not it is impacting your functioning. So that is key functional impairment. So how does it interfere with your lie. Why so if I was to pull your audience Dr Joy and have the right down things that matters most to them allies? I suspect that they will come up with four to five commonalities in the end. Something's on the list would be our work. You know a career romance friendships in relationships with family and you see what social anxiety it may affect these areas. That are important to us so. Let's look at that work work. It may keep you from finding a job if you're anxious if you're two shots even go on an interview because you're fearful that affects your money and so people are fearful in the face of going to the interview or even when they have the job. They are frequently calling out to avoid social situations. Maybe on meeting eating day you know every Friday at one o'clock you're calling out because you know that's the Tom that you're gonNA be around other people and it also can stop you from abandoning your career. Are you now going to those trainings conferences. Most jobs for LA on some type of social capability. Let's examine the Romance Department Department. Social anxiety can keep you from dating. You know finding your significant other if you had the desire to get married and you're fearful of dating. I'm Sashi that allow is well. The thing is that it may affect your friendships and relationships with your family. So you know hanging out going into that concert are you fearful of going to social events So you're so you're so fearful about going socially means that you likely frequently turned down opportunities and invitations because you just get so anxious about going to the bit. Yeah Yeah and so. That's how it can affect those different domains in your life so so you know making friends having relationship with your family romance it also in work in your career. Yeah I think that that's a pretty neat exercised sized today. I'm glad you shared that because I don't know that I've ever thought about just how it impacts like those different things that are often so important into us right like in so if you're struggling with something like social anxiety it does cut across these domains that typically are very important in our lives. Oh absolutely Dr -joy and I find that it is often misdiagnosed and underdiagnosed as well. In what ways can you say more about that. Yeah absolutely I'm oftentimes I get clients who come into office and they feel anxious in social situations or it's a new situation and I'm like you don't have social ruling Zayed you are human. You know we all tend to get anxious in social situations so a kind of normalize it and then on the other realm. I have have people that may come in with symptoms of depression or had issues with alcohol. Use so when we peel back the layers we can understand That may be something deeper. So let's examine how this can happen. So you want you want to engage with others you WanNa go route but social interactions may scare you. That may lead you to avoiding and avoidance may leave the isolation in isolation may elites is sadness it can have a domino of bet and again as we back the layers. We discovered that the root cause can be social anxiety and not necessarily the sadness. Another thing that I see common that comes into the room is over indulging in alcohol you know. The liquid coverage bridge is needed to function in social situations. So one glass of wine can turn into a whole bottle in a shot on the side. You know just so that you can relax and you know go to that networking event for say. I'm glad you shared that. 'cause I know I mean. Of course we know that anxiety and depression often occur occurred together. But I don't think we always hear enough about how being anxious can actually lead to depressive symptoms because of this isolation P.. Oh absolutely I hear that very often about isolation loneliness some sadness in so I like to peel back the layers to seen seen what is really going on. Yeah and I could see how it would be easily missed if you really just focused on the sadness right and didn't focus on the fact that would leads he. Some of that is the isolation they did because they feel anxious. Oh absolutely and I don't get many people coming into office saying that. They have social anxiety so having social anxiety. You are often fearful of judgement so that may stop you from making that telephone call to go see a therapist. You know because it is is essentially to them Mike and Evaluation as so. We don't get it in the beginning. I guess I wanNA say the diagnosis. We get it when something happens. And so when they had those intense feelings of sadness is when they may come into the room and something else that you mentioned that I think is something that I've heard and much more often lately is the anxiety related to like making phone calls. Oh absolutely that is the case and it can impact you. We know call him and the therapist. Yeah and I had to really sit with the myself with this one to modify some of the ways that I do things things in getting clients and so they may do online scheduling rather than making the telephone because they are so fearful the Dow the numbers. It's you know. And we live in a culture where texting and social media may allow us not to talk verbally with one. Another as often as we once did A- Yeah so some ways it does kind of make it easier for us to actually avoid like we already talked about the thing that is making you anxious. Yeah definitely yeah. Yeah but I think that is important to think about right like just in terms of how we even make our services more accessible right like if they're already struggling with anxiety diety yes. Of course we don't want you continue to avoid but in the interests of actually getting them in for help we may want to think about different ways that we can make scheduling easier easier as opposed to like just talking on the phone. Yes and I've had clients that common and on that you know So if we can yeah that would be helpful and this can impede like also going to medical doctors. Well you know calling about your bills. You know calling hiring people in what they perceived to be authority you know handling some things that you at the hand who was just a lot that it may impact right right and again I think you know we often hear social anxiety kind of thrown around. I think so. You're saying that you hear that people actually miss it a lot. But I think we kinda hear a US just very colloquially right like socially anxious kind of thing and of course they wouldn't necessarily always meet the criteria for that when I need you know paying attention to the multiple ways that this really does impair. Functioning is important for us all keep in mind yes and so that brings me to like how diagnose sat and we talked about the misdiagnosing misdiagnosing under diagnose and so sometimes I have you fill out a social anxiety scale. You know at some questions a lot of questions questions about what they reactions would be in social situations and then of course the clinical assessment helps us come with that diagnosis so something announce that I wanted to go back in your conversation. You mentioned how this impacts work and I know lash year. There was a lot of talk about somewhere Walker and and she isn't the only one I think she may just be the latest one that has been openly sharing about her struggles with social anxiety. Energies seemed like there was a lot of conversation in around her struggles social anxiety. That did not seem the same as we saw with like Sia so the other artists who has also been open about struggling in with social anxiety in Lakewood frequently style. Her hair so that she wasn't actually making eye contact or would perform with her back to the crowd and it just seems like there were some very a strong differences to me in the way that we talked about summer struggling versus CEO. Yes definitely I think is can be a cultural thing you now l.. Sometimes it is not understood in this that cultural component. I think that there's a lot of misconceptions in our community. About what social anxiety is people often don't realize you know was happening. They may have the misconception. That that person stuck up or rude more Buji you know. Oh Yeah I think they can impact you know work. And what took a Lotta amount of courage for her to come to terms with that Um Yeah and I think the other thing we have to think about is that you know much of the conversation was around will. Why would she choose to be a career like this right if she struggles with social anxiety the truth is that no matter what career you pick if you struggle with social anxiety you will struggle right? I think we have to be careful and kind of making that kind of a assumption that Oh because you struggle in this way maybe this is not a career for you. Yeah yeah definitely so. Let's talk a little bit about like treatment achievement. So what does treatment actually look like for somebody. Struggling with social anxiety treatment can look like a couple of different things and so we can do you you know. CPT therapy and that helps you become aware of your negative thinking patterns another thing that we do in the room sometimes teach relaxation techniques. Thank you discussed in practice. Breathing US got it. Imagery bring a meditation Fullness I may even suggest yoga or other body based based interventions especially if the anxiety is manifesting lights semantically or physically. I would suggest that we may also teach teach social skills so one reason that someone may be anxious is that they may be socially awkward. Not Confident in their social skills and If if that is the case we would assess it will teach social skills like effective communication conflict resolution empathy active listening. I like to think about is if you don't use it. You lose it and sometimes people with social anxiety. Don't interact socially Because of their avoidance you know well I mean we live in a culture that you don't really have to interact with other people. Sometimes you do find that job that speaks to your social anxiety in your behind a computer all day You know then we can get groceries delivered we can get our who delivered so when not engaging you know on a one on one basis that is why some tops those social social skills may laugh. Another one about Goto therapies. Dr Joy is exposure therapy and the goal of exposure. Therapy is to reduce news and reduce the avoidance of the dreaded situation. And so if they're fearful of let's say speaking you now now maybe in the office will start with you know exercise of just thinking about you know getting on stage thinking about going to that conference in being in front of those people you know so we just think about it then we may pushed it a little further. You know so. They're thinking about appearing for they are experiencing the feelings. They you may feel like when they're on the stage and then the hopes is is that you know. Eventually they may even try it so it takes time We suggest jess that. You do these type of air fee with a professional and is there a reason why you might choose one modality over the other like. Are there some things things that you would want to rule out before you start at like exposure therapy with someone. Oh yes I'm definitely. We want to rule out any trauma and so so that brings me to the. Why why do I have it? We'll come back to that. But yes that's a great point so if they have a trauma history we may be loud exposure exposure therapy because we don't WanNa retraumatize or it may take some time to get there. We may start off with some CBD techniques style foot relaxation so we can engage agent exposure. They can be more calmer so we really kind of meet the client where they are so. Let's jump into the way 'cause we probably should cover. We're that before I I must step. Yes so you know and I know that this could be different for everybody right like there is no one reason why anybody develops any kind of illness L. Misery but what are some of the reasons behind the things that might be somebody struggling with social anxiety disorder. Great question and I get this question a lot because I tend to treat introverts and remember that. Having social anxiety does not equate to introversion and vice versa utilized do have extroverts that have social anxiety to but you know we censor be introspective when we want to know why a my extroverts kind of is like genealogists fixed it. They don't want to know the why they like just said there's no one thing that cause social anxiety so it can be genetics. You know if your Mama had it if your grandma had it you may have it. It also may be the way that you were reared so I may have a client that had an extra mother who had a lot of fears and because of that reason she did entrust people so you we know the client did not go out often kept her secluded and she was not exposed to adequate social situations. So those are some reasons Vince on why you know. We have a trauma informed practice in so we do trauma assessments because social anxiety can be linked to history abuse bullying or teasing. I often find that shy. Kids are also more likely to become socially anxious adults than so. That's why I like to address this issue in children. Sometimes it's more than just shyness. You know it also is prevalent in people who have overbearing rankin trolling parents. Can you say. More about why that is yeah because sometimes they are not allowed. I guess I WANNA say to be free you. A lot of their behaviors may be restricted. And they're not engaging with people like I mentioned before you know if you have a mom that has anxiety. Maybe she's not leading you go out to you know parties or have sleepovers. She doesn't have people over because she's there for people or you know something. Traumatic may have happened to her. So that perpetuates maybe Apparent being overbearing and causing a client Dan or the person to now develop those skills needed to be okay and social situations Very good point so going Baxter. Some of their skills building stuff that you were talking about. Yeah Yeah. So what are some of your favorite resources in there for people who maybe want to learn more about social anxiety. Eddie are introversion. Yes yes in so as you mentioned. It's been in the news a lot lately. We see it in facebook groups. Actually you you post a question on world introverts day and yes we have a day. It was a lot of feedback about you. Know what you want other people to know about insurance so I think through like social media you can get some level of awareness. So That's resources Susan. Cain in has a book called quiet also recommend her ted talk on the power of introverts. talks more about Versus social anxiety on one of my favorite quotes from the heart. Is that there is a zero correlation between being the best talker and having the best ideas sometimes I use workbooks with clients in the office so the anxiety and phobia workbook talks a lot about social anxiety I met a resource is a website. The quiet revolution is a lot of blogs and self help sits on being introvert and another book is self compassion by Dr Chris Enough because treating yourself more gently as software author as if you would treat. A friend may help reduce some of the issues that she had with social anxiety because people can be so hard on themselves yen Dan. I'm glad you brought up a Susan. Kane's book I don't know if other airports have suggested maybe it's come up at a time or two but it definitely fell be revolutionary. I think when she published list that book because I think before then people had not been forced to think about how the world really is not set up for introverts to sometimes be successful like the world is very noisy and just requires a lot of energy so I think her book coming out really was revolutionary. Yes and if you don't have time to read that book we'll check out that Ted talk you know. And it's really the way that we socializes where sometimes extroverted world. You know so. She really brought life. That I really liked to some of the advantages of being an introvert. MINNASO- some things that she highlighted in that book. You know that we're independent. You know where five it were. More inclined to be autonomous and self sufficient. You know we're creatives. Were deep thinkers though is just the excellent a book and I'll definitely want to encourage people to read that. And where can people find out more information about Eugenia your practice as will is any social media handles. You'd like to share yes. Malpractice urban healing counseling located in Raleigh North Carolina you can find at. Www Dot urban healing counseling dot com. And that is the same for us. FACEBOOK and instagram. You can. I mean Jonah Elsie W online. And that's my instagram. As well as my website I am also an introvert. Powerhouse Coach at Insurer Powerhouse University with introvert girlfriends in which I'm I'm the founder and Co owner perfect and of course all of that will be included in the show notes for anybody who wants to look up those incredible resources. Well thank you so much for sharing with us today agency. I really appreciate it. Thank you so much for having me. Dr Joy was able to share her expertise with us today. To find out more information about her and her practice and the resources she shared check out the show notes at therapy for black girls dot com slash session. One thirty eight. Please remember to share this episode. With people in your circle and don't forget to share your takeaways with us either on twitter or in your stories using the the Hashtag. TB G in session. If you're searching for therapists in your area be sure to check out our therapist directory at therapy for Black Girls Dot com slash directory. 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40: POSITIVE VISION OF CURRENT EVENTS, TIMELINE SHIFTS, ENERGY WORK, & THE NEW PARADIGM

Happy Abundant Hippies

35:51 min | 1 year ago

40: POSITIVE VISION OF CURRENT EVENTS, TIMELINE SHIFTS, ENERGY WORK, & THE NEW PARADIGM

"Welcome to the happy. Abundant hippies podcast. My name is Hannah lasagna. And I'm the happy rich hippy. I'm a mindset and manifestation coach and my mission is to help you use your mind to consciously the world that you want to see so glad to have here you so much for back. I am so glad to be with you guys again because there is so much going on since last episode that I posted on here and I feel to talk about everything that's going on because I think it's very relevant not only to everything that I've been talking about but also to our lives right now as a collective. I think it's really important for us. Now to take ownership and take power of our ability to consciously create a reality because for the past few hundred years thousands of years if you WANNA debate We have been under the system systemic control and not so much in control that like. It's obvious to us because it's not obvious to a lot of people who still have those blinders on but it is obvious to many of us that the old systems in the old paradigm are breaking down. Yo and it's our responsibility now to hone into our energetic power as energetic beings. Because that's all we are. We are just pure energy. And we are we interact and react to interact with other other people other beings and when you think about as electromagnetic fields we haven't intellectual magnetic field in. Us that extends up to five feet and when we are in close contact with somebody else. We can impact their energetic electronic electromagnetic field but also With we can also impact other people who are farther away from us because we impact the energies the impact those energies pack those energies. So if you think about the butterfly effect that's kind of what we're going on here. Except a more quantum level and not as an obvious level so the butterfly theory or idea that is a butterfly can can flutter its wings and because of that slight flutter it impacts the winds which impact the the water causes it to ripple which causes some something which causes a domino effect which at the other side of the world causes a frequent hurricane or tornado. Whatever that is the basic idea of the butterfly effect that one small little action of that butterfly can impact some people in other parts of the world at such a major level. So let's let's take that into consideration when we are going through this episode and in this episode. I'm going to go through a lot of spiritual information You could be comfortable with some of this information. You could not be comfortable with this information. Depends where you are so some of the topics. I'm going to discuss our current events an awakening slash resetting of society timeline shifts energetic wars and energy work and light workers. I'm GonNa talk about that. Our our power right now during this time. And then your dreams. I'm GonNa talk about paying attention to dreams not gonNA talk about dismantling the system and the old paradigm going to talk about the new monetary systems. That I feel are coming up as well as how we're starting to become more local. Were starting to think about smaller tribe communities. Were going back to the tribe mentality rather than this big system that we're all adhering to in which we all kind of have apart so we are now taking our consciousness and we are taking ownership and taking back our power and this is such an amazing time because everyone is really looking internally right now. Everyone's like within themselves. This is the best time to clear away any of the baggage to clear away. The pain to work through transmute dark heavy negative energy. We've been kidding around for years. It's time to change entrance to award light feeling. We all have the capability to transmute that that negative dark energy into a more positive light energy and I do really quickly want to point out that because I'm alive work because I see the benefits of light because I wanNA expand the light. Many people think that I ignore the dark and that is false. That's not true. And and people have taken that and called toxic positives positively. I can see how positivity can be toxic when we're going the other half. It's like being in a partnership and you're just solely focusing on yourself and only yourself and not the other person who you're in a partnership with it doesn't work that way. You have to acknowledge the other person. You have to acknowledge the dark. And all in order to be able to transmute and work through it because if you costly ignore you're not working through the light you're not using her late to to heal that part of you. You're not using your like you're just simply ignore and that's not what I'm talking about. I'm not talking about ignoring the dark. I'm talking about consciously recognizing light within their darkness and choosing what you want to focus on. You can't take that darkness. And you can befriend and you can make a part of you as a positive aspect of you. You can't take that because that darkness is a part of you. You can't disassociate better. Anyway I digress. Let's go ahead and go into absolute really discuss. What is going on now in society? I know you guys have been hearing about millions and millions of times everything else all the media around you but from my perspective. I'm going to look at it from the perspective of creating a new reality. I'm not going to look at all this. Chaos going on every little pieces. I'm GONNA talk about. I'm going to talk about some of the little pieces that are working. But I'm going to be focused on the end result. What I see coming out of this and how I see us improving as a society and how I'm seeing it play out in different parts of what I'm seeing it play out in government. I'm seeing it play out in science. I'm seeing play out in spirituality. I'm seeing it playing a religious beliefs that we have guys. They're all accurate. They're all they all have the same message. I mean granted there perform differently. People go formed differently. But it's basically the same message so here we go guys here is. I'M GONNA go ahead and go through how we can cautiously our reality through these current events based on what is actually being dismantled and what we the power that we have to create this new reality from so let's kind of start from the beginning so current events. We all know that a lot of stuff going on right now known only is are we learning how to heal ourselves and take care of ourselves as human beings as a collective as humanity. Rosa learning that the systems that were in place and right. Now I'm talking about the OBT systems And the structure of them. And how we're getting really like we are at end stage capitalism or the late stage capitalism in this sense it's when capitalism starts to become toxic for the people that are actually supporting it and keep it in keeping alive and the way that we can see right now. I want to discuss really quickly. The value are perceived value of things. We've been told consistently that the value of is how hard we can work but let me take an example of a CEO. And how much they're paid. They definitely are the people who got to that place through quote unquote hard work. Got to a certain level. Now they're paid what I'm going to rough numbers. Obviously I just have lake a rough example in my head. Five hundred thousand dollars an hour for a CEO percent of what they can gain in when they're in the top there are just that in you look at the triangle there on top now the people all the way in the bottom the people who are actually sustaining that organization are that company our minimum wage workers and so the perceived value that we've been given is there. Seo is valued more than the workers are keeping it going and we have seen in the last few weeks that truth crumbling to the ground and I hope you guys are noticing how those values have been instilled in us. Those values aren't truths so that is one area of truth that we're finding out in the current events. Is that the people in the bottom. The ones we were told are low wage workers or people that we can disrespect and I agree. It hasn't been blatantly said to us. Think about in society how a janitors looked at versus a CEO in Tucks his luxurious home. Our value the value that we'd told to believe has been so twisted for so fucking law but we've been taught this and I love love the fact that we are seeing right now. Seeing the value of teachers of grocery store workers of custodial workers of maintenance workers of shipping workers a bucket hard working people nurses doctors Nurses AIDS LIKE. Y'All I really hope you're noticing and in seeing how our values have been tweaked and this is something that I like to talk about all the time. Pay attention to what your values are. Pay attention to what your values are. The are they truly your values or are they not so that's like one specific example of current events. What they're making a seat and so that's one small thing that we're realizing And when you think about that and you think about value it's what else have we been told is quote unquote valuable. That actually isn't so let's talk about the value of capitalism versus a society where we are taking care of everyone this late stage capitalism. And the idea that no. We can't possibly take care of everyone. It's impossible or seeing right in front of our eyes right now that we have the capability to not only now only house everyone. We have the capability of improving our health system. We need to improve our health system. Were being seeing that When we take a break now just to absorb it all because I'm getting really like all over the place okay. We've seen that. We could have a work life balance and that what we've been told no you can't work at home. We've realized that that's bullshit right now. We have always worked at home. We could have always had that balance we could have always been able to spend time with our family and be able to still contribute to society through work through job. We're seeing now that we could give people basic universal in Com. 'cause it's a thing that America has suggested that. Jfk has suggested like all these people in the past who were thinking of Excuse me I'm not sure if Steve Kerr FDR That doesn't matter. The point is it can be possible. Andrew Yang one of the previous Democratic Renner's. He was advocating all that and not only that universal healthcare. We could all have there and we could feel feud everyone. What and the idea of sustainability of our food like we are now focusing on the ports local food because so much of our food has been is shipped now that the system is kind of and we are like at the end of just trying to keep the peace to guard their. It's shipping like Blake to get food for one side of the world to another side of the world that takes a while we're really focusing on communities and getting our stuff from our local communities and if you have not been doing that look into your local farmers market so the farmers market that. I'm near right now instead of like doing that. They're doing kind of like like drive through not even drive through. Carry out like you order and then you go pick it up rather than everyone that they are picking their stuff so they're making it work for all of us and it works a lot better for the community because you can think things in bulk because it's local and you know it's healthy and you know where it's coming from and you know what you're being what you're eating and it's healthy stuff not processed stuff by healthy. Why is it healthy foods? I mean like Healthy Foods. Foods that are done through a focus of love like when somebody is gardening rowing their food. It that's love versus in a place that's like kind of manufactured where they have machinery where they have chemicals to make everything grow perfectly in a perfect rate. That's that's systematic systematic systemic. So I'M GONNA stop and go to other topic 'cause I just go on and on and on about this stuff and whenever I talk to my friends and family I do go on and on and sometimes they have to step back because I'm just they brought up like a sentence and I've gone like six paragraphs in and I could see the blink and their face. Let's go to the next topic here Sonali I we are these current events showing us that the reality that we want as a collective that was best for us. It's possible we're seeing it and that's amazing that's beautiful but we do have to like. We are noticing tower moment the collapsing of things and after the tower moment after things collapse. Guess what we build mother. Fuckers which is where the awakening is coming from or the resetting. The reason I I am. So there's been two terminology in the spiritual world where people say it's an awakening other people say it's a resetting. Zola meal and give it to you both sides resetting the the US government has. What like they've used this opportunity to try to reset the system so that they can gain control of the money gained control the monetary value. Because right now the dollar is weakening. And I'm going to go into the new monetary systems. Let's see a few topics down and talk about like where we're going monitarily. But now there is a resetting the US needed to needed to to utilize this take advantage of this theresa the monetary system. But what they're not realizing is the. They've left a gap while they were focusing on that resetting of the economy. What's been happening? Because people have been attracting people have been looking inwards. People are now dealing with themselves. Quote Unquote are weakening. People are sifting through 'em peeling back the layers and I did an episode of previously a few episodes back because want to check it out and how to how to peel back the layers and find your authentic self and we truly go back and we will learn about ourselves. So if you're a lot of people are stuck within themselves no okay. They're dealing with a lot of emotions that they haven't dealt with because they've tried to avoid it with all the distractions that we can't go to anymore so now they have to deal with those feelings. There's two two two ways that can go one naked just totally go south and keeping that cycle and stay in that three D World of the old paradigm of the old system of the old believes in stay stuck in there and that darkness or depression anxiety. That will come out of it. If you stay stuck in there it is because that pattern just being cycled it's being cycled and you know and however those people that are choosing to go through that you know it is. It's normal to go through a cycle anxiousness. Depression sadness like like a spiritual awakening is like a death and rebirth. So when you feel the death we're all going to feel you can either stay in that part or move up to the rebirth. Build yourself back up. Take back control of your reality. Take back control of your thoughts. Take back control of your beliefs are of your values of your personal body. Take Back Control of WHO? You are as an energetic powerful being because you are powerful. This has been known always always known this awakening has been tried to be stifled by external beings. I want to say You can take that however you like but now because that that system is crumbling and they're losing control and they're trying to like take control grip so hard to try to control of the economy they're forgetting about the people and guess who's waking up the people guess who who is who is now like being a part of a collective that is taking care of each other we have seen we have noticed kindness the connection the love the beauty that comes out of this and that is what we can what we will continue seeing as we go into more and more into the query age. Because y'all we are on the query in age and if you have not heard of the age aquarian ages comes off to the Pisces Age so the Pisces age which started around like no no zero. No around Jesus's time like two thousand years ago. Two thousand three thousand. Do the Research Guys Pisces. Age and moving into the choir at age. But the Pisces Age is all about spices is all about spirituality. It's all about like flowing and believes and etc but the dark dark dark. The dark side of Pisces Age is dat dark side of religion. That dark side spirituality. The control has had tried to happen because of determining other people's beliefs values and religions like that control system. So that was the dark side of the aquarian age. Now that we are in querying age we are moving into a time where we are thinking not only of ourselves but how we are able to contribute to the collective who are thinking of how can use technologies to help the help other the rest of humanity more the. Aquarius is all about innovation. It's it's weird it's new. It's all about collective. It's it's kind of collective but it's like if you imagine the sign of Aquarius imagine somebody away from the collective however contributing to the collective so filling your own cup in order to fill other people's cups. I am an Aquarius Moon. And I see this in my life where I want to contribute to humanity the best I can. I want to see the collective grow and become more positive. More loving and more community based in a heightened state of love. I want to see this but I am also detached from that because I see myself and my own personal world but I can see my contribution in my place within the collective that is aquarian. Age that we're moving into and technology is going to expand. I cannot wait where virtual reality and the Internet and AI. Take us. I'M NOT. I don't have a base mentality on all this stuff. I believe we can consciously use those tools to move the collective further in a better direction in a better way for the highest good of all and I will always see this for the highest good of all. I'm going to step back. So with a awakening and resetting. Guess what's happening. I brought earlier. Bright in the comment of people who stay in that darkness and keep that three d. cycle going versus people who choose to wake up and choose to take conscious conscious grasp of their power. This is where a time line shifts come in between the three D. and fifty there is a transition in between which was the forty. But we don't stay in. The forty forever is just a transition phase. Now with this timeline shifts. We it so hard for us to see the actual shift because it is at a quantum level. Y'All it's not like you're reality just going to poof. Change differently and other people's reality is GonNa be completely separate. It's going to be a quantum quantum shift people's ideologies and values are going further and further and further apart. And it's going to create two realities. Excuse me two realities. And it's funny because we have. There's a lot of realities simultaneously plane but in this current field. Love Space. In time that we're experiencing we are have the power to choose having to dig a little deeper in the rabbit hole guys so if you're following this far like I feel like you're connected to what I'm saying so I'm GonNa continue going with this and try not to filter myself because where I'm going with this can be can be a little bit out there. So thanks for sticking with you guys all right. Let's go into these timeline shifts within these timeline shifts. Since we are all energetic work there is. I don't WanNa say energetic war because I don't like that word there is an. There's energetic work happening right now. People who are trying to raise vibrations of the earth and people are trying to keep it down and there are. I consider myself a light worker. I like working on energy. I know that we are all energies. Wasn't your realize your energy you choose which direction to vibrate which direction to direct your energy and so more and more with this awakening happening. We're getting more and more light. Workers so light workers are people who are able to see their light and work through their darkness. There people who are interested in self development and thinking about how they can positively contribute to the world for the highest good of all however they are not. I mean. They're aware of the dark. And that's what creates a light. Erker which is I went into earlier. The idea that like toxic positively but an actual late worker. A late worker comes out of the dark. That's what makes them a light worker there are. They are familiar with the dark us. Why they can work with it through it. It's kind of all that similar work the balance but there is kind of an energetic tension happening. And that's why so you see so many spiritual workers. So many lay workers advocating for us to focus on the forward movement of the humanity. Work through this time. Understand this time and contribute positively in a forward focus and we're choosing to stay positive because we know that how we are. Perceiving reality now will will manifest reality and we'VE BEEN LIVING IN FEAR. Bat Fear based time for way too long and that fear keeps us in the same cycle. Fear fear allows other people to control us and so once we let workers are afraid anymore. They see the light. See what's coming. They they literally literally. There are intuitive and people who have psychic abilities they can see the future of how it would look like and I see that too sometimes and I know I don't talk about it too much because sometimes I feel crazy and you are awakened if you feel crazy which because because what what we are feeling and seeing perceiving is so different than that current reality because I mentioned in the beginning we have been told our values and beliefs are and. That's why it's so hard that's why I feel quote unquote crazy because movies shows. Tv's of day-to-day joking is always talking about you. Know Crazy. People hearing things seeing things and and that's where that's where our power has been taken when we think our abilities our intuition on. Energie our feelings are actually helpful for us. The things that we can't see but we are in tune to when we have those stripped from us. And we disassociate from those as if. It's not a part of us. That's when we lose our power. And Digress I got sidetracked with all this energy work happening. You guys the pay attention to your dreams. 'cause dreams are so so important right now. I've been having the strangest dreams. Ambert writing about them and one thing I've noticed is that water has been in a lot of my dreams but not only that I've been working through a lot of things with parents with family members with friends with a relationship with myself and my dreams. I don't remember the specific details better. Remember the I remember the feelings of the dream. And that's what's important to pay attention to how you feel the dream because your feelings kind of tell you what you need to pay attention to what needs work in there and yeah so. Pay attention to your dreams guys. This is just a side note. 'cause like we do get communication and we are as an energetic being. We do work through a lot of things in our sleep and so when you pay attention to what the dreams that are happening in your head it kind of gives you an idea of what to work on what you have been working on. So potential dreams and then dismantling the system. We are currently dismantling the system. Guys I know it sounds weird to say but everything that we know and how known will out like nothing's going back to normal you know and I wish I wish I could say that that we are because I'm so glad that we're not gonNA go back. I'm so glad that we're not going back because y'all I have been done with that that old paradigm for a really really really really really long time been done with at. I'm ready for a whole new system. And I'm ready to consciously create that system so Two more topics that I'm going to go through the next The monetary new monetary system as well as small tribe communities the new Mollet Monetary System as as we can see the dollar is slowly we can beginning weekend and we also see that crypto currencies. Getting stronger and stronger than structure structural stronger cryptocurrency doesn't have a centralized system. There's not one person who has an. It's like yeah we can create more of this like the Federal Reserve. Concrete innovator amount of money but nobody has control of him. That's the thing and I think Based on like my own interpretation crypto currency is a really beautiful start to the new monetary system. That's going to appear because y'all the next few years are gonNA be just US trying to figure out this new world. Trying to create this new world and guesswork starts from guess who creates this new world. You you me anybody who has a good idea or quote unquote good. Anyone who has an effective idea anyone who has an idea that is for the highest good of all for humanity moving forward. Because we know we're not going to want to go back and try to grasp and take everything that was in the past and try to create this New World. Now we're GonNa create newness from net. We're not gonNA take the old. We're going to figure what the fuck didn't work. And how could I make work so one intention that I've been putting having I've been having all these really beautiful good ideas for humanity and I've been taking note of them and taking things like that and putting intention telling the universe source God whatever it is please allow the right people the right situations ray things to come into my life where I can make this possible because I have so much such a beautiful vision for the world? I have so many innovative ideas. I have something like in my head. And that's usually where things start to manifest. I thought of it. That when you write it down then we actually take into physical action and those people and things are. GonNa come to me and I urge you guys to really think about some ideas that you have. They can contribute positively to the future world to the world that we wanna Kerr think about what kind of things that you wanNA create and you don't have to forget the how y'all forget the how you're going to create it. Just what do you WANNA create? And that's where small tribe communities coming because more and more we're going to have people consciously feeling the desire to connect with their soul tribe there so community because it is the sole community that the purpose of this community is to contribute to the of the world because we're waking up because our energy is increasing because we're vibrating and higher frequency. That means that the people who are who are an energetic energetically to which means they have a similar vision or they have that connection to the editor. Eric that vision will be pulled towards you or you'll be pulled towards them and that's what's going to happen and we're going to create small communities as as part of a bigger community so. I feel like moving forward. We're going to move away from centralized big cities and more smaller communities are still connected because we're seeing now that we can still stay connected even though we're not physically near each other we're still going to stay connected our we're GONNA have better relationships which other and we're not gonNA have as much of a Huge Group think that can grow toxic. Because you break up the group's into smaller groups. Each have their little other thought. Because we're all connected internally. It's really interesting and really excited to see how this works out with how our food starts to be made in consumed. How a relationship with their family friends intimate partners and love and general and families how that's going to adjust and change the dynamic it also highway treat animals thing that's really important because they are also said beings and I think that's important for us to understand. They're also energetic beings and they also have a contribution to society and so when you think animals being harmed and whatnot. They are vibrating. Assert Energy and you're around that and consuming that energy recycles at energy. And so we're going to rethink that. We're going to rethink education. We're going to rethink the value of teachers. We're going to rethink the value of our maintenance workers reading the value of a fast food workers Workers of our custodial workers recent the value of what it means to be a community what it means to contribute part of a of an evolved collective. And you guys. I'm so excited to to do this with you guys. I'm so excited to cautiously create our reality together. You have that power. I have that power. We all have that power together. And here's you to really really take the time to really think about the world that you want to come out of this now where we're at right now. I don't think about the how nothing just think about what you truly desire for a world because we're not going back to the Passo it's you can't compare it to past this is fresh. This is new. This is fresh. This is new and we all have the capability to turn it in our favorite in the direction that we want. And if you guys are interested to learn how to constantly crowder tips tricks or whatnot. Reach out to me. We charge me because I have so many resources that I've created and other people have created and whatnot that I could share with you. Guys to help you consciously create reality. You have that power. You guys aren't follow me on instagram. Definitely check me out at happy rich. Hippy I do have a facebook community. Group called the happy. Abundant hippies. Definitely gone there. I do try to post there as much as possible and I do like introducing myself to or I like learning about new people who come into the community because you really are joining a community you guys may not see it that way but with me. I seal your faces all your comments on my instagram and I appreciate your sharing. I appreciate you connecting. I appreciate your resonating and don't be a stranger. Say Hello engage. I I want to be someone who actually has a community who is part of an. Im sees me. I am cultivating an actual community of people. Not just followers not just likes you know like I I. It's not about. I'm about creating authentic relationships with other people. So that we can collectively consciously create our reality veteran. I guess that's all haven't done with this. Think so much for sticking around with those kind of all over the place but this is just some thoughts they wanted to give and it's like a big picture view everything Usually when I'm in person I talked to someone one on one. It's nice to get it back and forth and I have been thinking of getting more speakers on hair because honestly there are so many music people that have such beautiful thought that it would be nice to share that. And I've been saying that but I'll figure it out I'll figure it out guys. Thank you so much for your support. If you enjoy this podcast and enjoy listening to us. Please give it a like a subscribe. Leave Review rated. It really does help me reach a wider audience. And not only that helps me know that you guys are resonating with this and it's something that you like hearing about it makes you feel connected. It makes you feel like you're crazy or alone because you are not alone. You're not alone. The feelings that you're feeling have felt somebody has and we all understand. Ranas together really are. Let's work this together. Contribute to a more meaningful positive beautiful world together for the highest good of all now mistake is. I hope you have your stuff a wonderful wonderful week. If you've benefited from this episode I ask in return is to share rating.

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NPR News: 02-15-2021 5AM ET

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 6 months ago

NPR News: 02-15-2021 5AM ET

"Live from npr news in washington. I'm dave mattingly house. Impeachment managers are defending their strategy and president. Trump's senate impeachment trial crump's second trial ended on saturday in his acquittal on a charge of inciting insurrection at the us capitol on january. Sixth npr's barbara sprint says house. Managers abandoned the idea of calling witnesses hours before the senate came up ten votes shy conviction. A surprise senate vote to allow witnesses threaten to up end. The speedy trial members on both sides of the aisle were anticipating but managers and trump's defense reached a deal to not add witnesses but instead allow a statement from congresswoman jaime herrera butler read into the record lead impeachment manager. Jamie raskin told. Nbc's meet the press. He has no regrets. We could have a thousand witnesses but that could not have overcome the kinds of silly arguments. That people like mcconnell in capita. We're hanging their hats on republican senators mitch. Mcconnell and shelley moore capito both cited constitutional concerns in their vote to acquit the former president barbara sprint. Npr news washington this evening. Republican senator richard burr of north carolina is expected to face a censure vote from the state's republican party bird was one of seven. Gop senators who voted to convict trump of inciting insurrection at the us capitol in a statement after the trial bur said trump bears responsibility for the january six riot burr announced previously. He does not intend to seek reelection. In two thousand twenty two the centers for disease control and prevention is ordering landlords not to evict tenants amid concerns that it could help spread the corona virus by creating more crowded living situations. Npr's chris arnold says despite the order some landlords are still carrying out. If it's critic say the cdc order has loopholes and landlords can chew easily. Get around it. I have no place to go. Sheila ambert lives in lake. Mary florida after losing her job. She signed the paperwork required by the cdc order and thought she was protected but our landlord has been moving ahead trying to evict her. Anyway i'm scared and i'm thinking about my kids lake. How do i explain it to them. Housing rights groups want a much stronger blanket. Eviction ban coupled with rental assistance money congress has approved billions of dollars for that they say more is needed so landlords can get paid without evicting people. Chris arnold npr news. Britain's health secretary says he believes now is not the time for the uk to end latest corona virus lockdown. Matt hancock tells sky news. The numbers of covid nineteen hospitalizations and deaths in britain remained too high today. The uk has administered a first dose of covid nineteen vaccines to more than fifteen million people. This is npr news. China is lashing out at the biden administration. Beijing is criticizing the president's national security adviser. Jake sullivan for questioning. China's level of cooperation with world health organization has the wto investigates the origins of the virus. Here's npr's john ru which a who team of investigators spent nearly a month in china. Tracing the origins of the pandemic the trip ended last week several news reports citing members of the. Who team say. China was not fully transparent and refused to hand over raw patient. Data from early cases in a statement sullivan said the biden administration had deep concerns around the. Who's early findings about. The process used to reach those findings. British foreign minister dominic robb told the bbc he shared concerns about the. Who's access in china. China's embassy in washington blasted the us for the w. h. o. and then pointing fingers at w. members who have been quote faithfully supporting the body. Beijing said the us should invite the who to investigate the origins of the pandemic. here john rich. npr news hundreds of people turned out yesterday in san francisco to denounce a series of violent attacks targeting. Elderly people in the city's asian american community demonstrators blamed former president trump for his descriptions of the corona virus and its origins and wuhan china. Eric lawson's eighty four year. Old father-in-law was killed last month near his home. These are attacks on innocent people based on race assessment was arrested in that attack and charged with murder. I'm dave mattingly. Npr news in washington.

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Feed the Ashley

Wood Talk

1:35:06 hr | 1 year ago

Feed the Ashley

"Welcome new would talk three guys. Who could do that too if they had those tools? Shannon and man all right. Well it's Episode four fifty nine for November fifteenth. Two Thousand Nineteen yes. I'm so excited on today's show. We're GONNA talk about whatever comes to mind because you would think with three months to prepare. We might actually fill out this document with some things but no I think about the last two hours. Each of us may have open the document. So there's that I was more like last ten minutes Matt didn't even listen to all the voicemails telling me. Hey Don't put that out there. I'm starting to question your both of your dedication to the show. I listened to both voicemails and I made fun of. Yeah they're good ones today. Shannon gave me cliff notes. It's true all right so we actually do. Have Two Voice. Mails that just kind of came over the course of the last three months. We have a few things to talk about with people. What everyone everyone wants to give us the guilt trip noten? There's no question that doesn't get like prefaced with like really upset. Like I just started listening and now I feel so. Let down woke. We've been doing this for ten years. What are you met down by? Let go listen to the library contents. It's pretty awful but go listen to it. I think I'm gonNA write a marketing like a digital marketing book like want to increase your followers quit. There's all these people who just started listening to this show since we quit right. This is awesome like our download. Numbers have gone up more often. Quit and better yet tell them. To unsubscribe while they're at it because you're never going to do another again and it works wonders. Hey peyton manning so come on yeah. That's it all right. So let's jump right in guys. What's on the bench? I actually used the last set of show notes to see. What did I do the last time we talked and an updated it since then so for me. It's been a lot of projects we have been cruising through projects in the shop at a pace. That is something I'm not used to just an and I'd like to say that it's all it is quite a lot. Yeah I mean it's not understand like the follow it really is it. Well I mean just change the grand perspective. Yeah that was like March. Do another new project. How much I'm not used to doing so many things. I'm not used to working in one after another after another after another usually where it's like. What is your week off really play video games? Whatever happened to those days? Those are condensed into December. Here's here's what? Actually here's what actually happens. This is like a multifaceted thing going on here. One is the obvious thing that happens when you hire somebody. There's a second set of hands. We could work a little bit faster than I can work alone. But there's a sort of something that was a little bit unexpected for me. Was the fact that when you start paying someone to work with you. The obligation of being in the shop all the time and getting things done and keeping that person busy means. We're just doing more so like things that I used to do. A Lot. More of like taking the kids to school we used to tag team that Nicole and I and then we might go out and grab a coffee and then come back to work. None of that happens because Jason gets. You're at a certain time and we start working. And that's that's how the work week goes so it's that level of productivity getting every last minute out of the workday possible and it's a real change in like a major paradigm shift in how. I view my time in the shop simply because I'm now paying for someone else's time in the shop and and I'm not gonNA tell you that's entirely good because it's stressful as hell like. I like a more relaxed approach to work and to to building projects but when. I know that I'm putting out money for someone to work with me. I can't take a relaxed approach. And I don't I don't know that that's a great thing for productivity. I don't know if it's a great thing for me personally so I just love the the life cycle. You know as you start with your own business and you've got that ain't no Internet business mystique about you where you can work from a beach and all that crap successful and then you hire people and suddenly you're punching a clock again and work for the man and in coffee breaks don't happen anymore because you don't have time and it's just like wait a minute. You sound like me and I work for customer. Complaints are now the same as mine. Growth is absolutely a double edged sword. I mean there's aspects of it that are fantastic and I wouldn't trade for the world and it's still better than working for someone else but if you actually care and you actually are money conscious and you don't want to just like throw money away for no reason you have to think about what people are doing when you pay them for their time and it is. It's interesting but on the good side. I don't think we've produced this much content on like the free side of things in years It's been ever probably ever yeah. There were times that we put out. There were a couple of years. I think I put out like forty videos in a year. Which is huge for me at the time. I can't say that they were forty good videos. They were forty up. Let's put it that way. So yes we are actually cruising through these projects. I just finished up a pocket knife box because since the last time we talked guys. I'm now a pocket knife guy traffic. It's a transition I've made in my life and I'm not embarrassed by it so I had to make this little boob. Inga storage box to to hold all these knives that I purchased and And it's fantastic. I was GONNA ask that question. You know to to quote Wayne. I don't have a- knife arrack. Yeah this is one of those cases where I mean. I've had a pocket knives for years. I've never really worn them all the time. And I just got the bug to start putting into my pants and start wearing around. Then I started getting like looking at some of these amazing showtime at knife right my pant him but then I started to look at some of these various popular brands and pocket knives and everyday carry items and I was like Oh Man. These are so beautiful. Look at this knife and I just had gotten into it. It's like a little extra hobby so you get one of those butterfly knives and like the Johnny from Karate Kid Haircut going and prevention. I'll be a real tough guy. That'd be awesome automatic knives little tiny ones. That are really nice. Those those are fun to play with the other. The other weird thing going on right now. yes Actually Hardwood heart is in my garage right now while I'm talking to you She she production turning leering here. She actually is. She's not an era against her. Will she is in their doors or not locked or anything. No one alerted authorities. Please she wants to. You'RE GONNA have to lock the doors when you chain or two that you can't move that there's no reason to lock the door. It is pretty heavy. It is all wheels though she could get away so we actually filmed a whole series for the guild this week and we finished a day early so she has some things that she was hoping to be able to turn. I guess you could turn in their small enough. She could travel with them so she's like. How do you mind if I just use the lead for the last day I was like have added? I got other stuff to do. But you're more than welcome so she's in there right now turning ebony spindles and what other small stuff. She's she's doing but it's kind of weird kind of odd but okay. She's kind of random. You're getting some use of that. Somebody May as well you know she looked at me. She made a joke while we were filming with the student. So we a student segment in built like let's have someone that makes a bunch of mistakes and she gets to fix them so she hit like she had something on the and she's like don't do that you know she's like Mark You you don't want him to mess up your such and such like she might be hit the chuck with the dude hit the chuck with a Bowl Gouge. You don't WanNa mess up the ballgowns gowns right and I'm like I don't care which runs the gotch now. I don't even know what I'm doing here. Like is at lunchtime yet but yes it is. It is really nice to see somebody put that I mean it's a beautiful. It's great to see someone worthy of using it. So that's good but that's really about it for me Trying to think the only other thing right now possibly a while. I'm going to be taken most of the month if not all of the month of December off. Let's talk about the money thing. I still have to pay someone to not work for the month. That fun that fun. No Man that's terrible. It's terrible and it's because I want to live a lifestyle. It allows me to take some time off and I want to take that time off. But it's hard because now. I'm paying him to take a month off Betas ownership squeezy anyways. So all your employees. Thank your employers for paying you not to work. Yeah do do any of them actually do that and paying paying your half of the taxes. Yea who gives you the whole month of December off though not mark. That's awesome telling you it's crazy. That'd be great no not anymore. We're actually looking to downsize pretty soon. So Jason that you might WanNa tell Jason that right before the holidays man come on. That's so sometimes you gotTa do switch Nicola Eva. That's downsizing right yeah literally. So here's the thing. In Denver stuff moves like the ground moves a lot and my garage floor has slowly but steadily continued to drop in certain sections and not drop others so I have a significant trip hazards now and yet like it. Was there before like Matt. You're in the shop before you know it was on a slant. Yeah expected to say it's more slanted now or someone. Yes yeah weird. Things were raising and I think what's happening and I gotta get a pro out here to kind of look and see but the whole back half like if you look at the length of the garage. Cut It down. The middle of the back. Half of the garage is almost level now. And it's not supposed to be it's supposed to be on a slight angle so because it's now level where the slabs meet in the middle. I've got a bulge and and something else is happening on the other sides. I gotta get this thing figured out because we can't just like grind down the high spots this. This may be jacking situation. And I think the entire the entire back of my slab so it's probably like four sections at on how long in between the expansion joints the sections are but all of them have dropped and you could see the paint line on the wall the concrete foundation. How the paint line is it's about an inch and a quarter so the slab is an inch and a quarter lowers paint line. Is THAT INSANE? Much dropped laking. That's all I'm I'm really getting nervous about it because I want to make sure everything is safe and we try to fix it. Roger's GonNa turn to a sinkhole all your stuff sky. I am convinced that eventually my house is going to slide into my neighbor's house like the way the soil moves. I'm like where is it going? We're slowly sliding into my neighbor. Well it's Nice. That has houses there to catch your stats. It will eventually stop. I guess when my brother I got to college. She's a civil engineer in Denver. Actually and he started doing soils testing. That was kind of his thing when he was like the intern level. Pay The college Grad to do this crap. He's like so testing in. Denver is just ridiculous. It's different next week. Everything moves constantly and yeah especially on the west side man all that nuclear waste pumped into the ground from rocky flats. Well you're sliding all over the place. Believe me I looked at that. That map of where that justice. What do you call the air distribution and wind where took the plutonium careful where I bought my house to hopefully avoid that But yeah seriously. The soil here is insane. I've never seen anything like it and I want to do something that will hopefully fix it as much as can be fixed and allow us to continue fixing it. 'cause I don't think it's ever GONNA stop. It's it's kind of like every five year thing we're going to have to revisit it and see if we need to lift these things anymore so that is probably something. I'm going to try to get scheduled for December while of not in the shop. In this way we've got to move tools round and totally dismantle. The shops do this. We'll do what we have to do. Sounds Fun you thought you were leading. You're leading up to another shot move. Yeah it's about time isn't it? It's been it's been a whole three years. I think you know kind of getting sick of this place starting to get itchy shot one. We got the roots sat down here. This is where we're going to be for a long time. So that's it for me guys. Let's let's go to Shannon. What do you have going on? I am doing poor filling right now and I decided to get get fancy instead of going with like the traditional pumice rotten stone thing which to be honest. I've only ever done that once before. And it was like a little gift box so it was like this tiny six inch square type deal. That wasn't really that big of a deal. This is a full-blown Chester drawers. So I got recommendations to use a poxy poor filler from guitar makers that and I also got some recommendations on some UV cure stuff. So I got a can a can of solar as you've poor filler or sealers what they call it and then I got some Z. Poxy poxy Resin filler. And that's the stuff that you see a guitar. Luthier and things like that using the solar is things was actually recommending by by student. He's had some good experience with it. Both of them are really cool. I've actually settled on the poxy just because it's like ultimately idiot proof. I mean it's like it's so hard to screw this up this essentially you just like squeegee on and you know where you can screw up is by not squeegee enough off because then you just have a hell of a lot of standing to do after the fact but use those little yellow scraper things to apply it and just run across the across the grain as much as possible to smush everything into the pores and it's got like a thirty minute working time so you can sit there and play with you poxy forever. You don't have to worry about attacking up on you. Which is Great? Because I was able to do you know. Obviously you can't do both sides of the case if you're setting it down and I don't really want the case sides vertical even though once you use squeegee off of it off. It's not really gonNA run or anything but it's just nice. It's a very relaxed thing. 'cause you're not worrying about a cure time The stuff I was nervous. Because it's like there's no way to block all the like unless they do this at night and what's the point you know and you know when I watched demos of it there are people that actually have UV lights like plugging UV lights in their shop. Again these are mostly guitar makers that Hang Guitar up on the wall and wave the wand over it or whatever. It's like super cool cured just like that quick. That's yeah I mean it's it's seconds you just run the labeling and it's done it's done it's careful adult by bill by a window. I guess exactly so. It's like unless you have a UV light and you can like put up blackout curtains in the shop. So I'm trying to like choose time a day where there's not direct sunlight coming through the window and like putting up cardboard over the window and everything and still just really nervous. Because you can't you can block out the light and it's like well. Do you have a much like just how sensitive it is and that that yet I. I'm sure I'm overstating the whole thing like like one of those. Uv for lack of better word fluorescent bulb things. I don't know what is the intensity of that. Uv light you know. Can you get a sunburn with it or is it even UV light? Or I don't know and I don't care enough to research it so anybody who wants to write in Talk. We'll address it in four months ourselves so no one listens to the show anyway so well. There is a demo that I saw of this actual solar as project. Where a guy was actually doing it outside and he just like put up one of those tents that you see like the soccer fields on Saturday. Whatever we put up one of those tents and like Just put sheets hanging from the side so like the tent went all the way to the ground. So you know there's light obviously in there but there is no direct sunlight on it and he did like an entire blanket chest and then pulled the tent away and let it cure was cured in five minutes or whatever so it's it's pretty cool but again just that nervous level on my little sport little like one by one square foot test. I was like Oh my God. How do I GonNa cure on me? And it's going to ruin everything so I was like you know what the policy was just so mellow and easy to deal with and boy is it faster than like the whole pumice thing causes a poxy. I mean it's gap failing to begin with and the chestnut I'm using giant pours huge wide open pores and I did two applications of it and it's just gorgeous just gauzes go on Georgia's John a sense for like what makes 'cause you know how poxy products a lot of times are just. They're all kind of just the poxy in various viscosity. He's is this trestle about this particular. Poxy notice anything that makes you go. Okay this is worth buying something called this versus just a couple of puffs of like West Number Total. But no okay. I was expecting a little more but okay and I was thinking the same thing as I was putting it on because it's a little bit more viscous than West Systems okay. So it's it's a lot easier to scrape around the surface. You know West seasons fly off the edge. It's so low viscosity so it wasn't like dripping rolling over the edges of the surface. Tension would catch it on the corner and it would hang there for a second for me to catch it and pull it back before ran down the face but you know like you could go to home depot by guerrilla two-parter poxy of little syringe. And that's pretty viscous stuff so this is kind of somewhere in the middle It does have an amber hue to it the The resin resins the colored stuff right on on some of them were clear. I think it's the resin that's Ambert. And the hardener is the clear stuff But it does impart a little bit of color which I think is good now granted. It's coming off the face at the colors just left in the poorest so like some poxy has kind of a white color to it when it's cured this at least has some color to it so that it's not That obvious but again. Is it really going to be that obvious inside those little tiny board? Probably not so. I'm sure there's probably something to it. certainly working time is nice the viscosity is about perfect. So F. is it really any different than anything else. Probably even harder right. I mean you can add put additives in west systems to slow down the cure. Speed up the cure and increase or decrease. It's gossipy so yeah. I think this is just. You don't have to think about that stuff but I would imagine it's not something you really are. GonNa worry too much about it falling out of the pores or SRI drinking a lot. You know after the fact. Yeah I mean the picture I mind like an ice cube tray. Just give it a little twist right now. I mean there is. There's a lot of verbiage on the boxes. Well the talks about the how it's non brittle and impart color and it's great for applying fiberglass cloth so even know this particular product has been adapted by the Luthier. It's obviously in a boat building world because they're talking about fiberglass cloth sure where else you reduce fiberglass cloth. I don't maybe sure somewhere models. Maybe I don't know if you're if you're like a model train enthusiast that's plaster. I don't WanNA talking about obviously woodworking. Show starring so. Yeah this is Poxy I like it. I think again what it comes down to is just that viscosity while you're applying it. I think any thinner and it would be well. I think it would probably take more than the two applications that I had to go through to Get the glass mood surface. That I've got. I think though any thinner you're looking at like Like a tabletop coating that stuff very very portable and self levels and all that stuff right. Yeah this is definitely not that. It's so cool on the test boards. 'cause I you know I put tape on it and I left one side of the board on unfilled and the other and just kind of testing to see how it looked as you finished one coat and a second coat just the night and day difference like if anybody's ever wondered what is poor feeling really do. Just do that little test. You know half of the board. Leave it on village and the other half. Fill it man. It's gorgeous and like I put one coat of Enduro Var- on it and the build on the Enduro Var was ridiculous to me. I like there is there might as well have been the third or fourth of Enduro Var at that point so if for no other reason you want save on Finnish spend more on a poxy doesn't work out a net gain. They're probably not gonNA work time. I guess maybe maybe not I duNNo. D'oeuvres are drives pretty fast. But Yeah it's IT'S. It's all good point three hour cure time and the sanding it off and all that stuff. Yeah basically just digging a hole here. There's just nothing official about this process. It's going to look awesome it's done. It's pretty neat though. Yeah I like it a lot cool. I've been working for the man. You know all this stuff marks complaining about. That's except that I can't get them to hire anybody else to increase my output. Keep screwing things up. I keep breaking the website and saying hey I told you I wasn't developer. Maybe we hired somebody and how you've always managed before like damn it. I have managed before I myself. I got to get my job darning Ma. They wanted me to design a logo. The other and I'm like what I'm thinking about John Funk at this point like there are people like John who can do that you know who have artistic traits and then there's me who is a half with photoshop illustrator. Just because I know how to use. Photoshop does not mean. I can design a logo and I was like I could owing around and around about. Why not the guy for this job and you know there's a reason why designing a logo cost five ten twenty five thousand dollars and then it came down to we kind of needed tomorrow. Can you come up with something? So five dot com. That's pretty much it. I don't even think fiber does a twenty four hour turnaround now. You're probably waiting days for that stuff. Anyway I hate the company name. Comic Sans Done spoke the Drop Shadow. GotTa have a drop shadow support. Yeah so I did it and I loved it and the funny thing was is like this logo that I developed. It's now like on shrink. Wrap off going overseas special man. I should have charged more for this man. Right Matthew. Don't ask Jason do extra stuff. Yeah but you don't. Jason does really well. He he knows damn good lawn. I can tell you that much. There are times where there's nothing else to do and I look around and go. Well what can I have him? Do that is stuff that would take away from me doing things in the shopper in the office and sometimes that comes down to the lawn and he does a great job so if you run anyway no it's not that big. It's all good anyway. So Matt what are you going on notes I'm building a trailer right now. Yeah so I've seen some welding and some medals. Yeah Yeah it's fun you know it's good to get out and do something a little different sometimes so I don't know what to say about that just in time for winter. Going out seriously and outside done this in a summer. No because then like you don't have that like. I don't really WANNA call it like people freezing your balls on debt. That's fine but I don't really have that much of an issue with a tear to best bushy right now And like two months when it's like zero and negative Fahrenheit than it's absolutely terrible but yeah mid twenties is still pretty cold but you know you wear a jacket and some gloves and whatever. I don't know so that big of a deal. Anyone who is like from the south is like just crazy Kim doing that but it's not huge problem anyway so I'm doing that right now. Just decided that it was time to do something new with the trailer and the lock picking up Thema bobber because my current trailer is Well it was Had a hard life before it came into my hands and Quiver worked on it like modified it repaired over the years not as good as a welder as I am. Apparently Wow crabcakes fall apart. That's a really bad welder. Right there I know right. That's let's say a lot you've told stories about your horrible building before but my stuff don't break when I looked good but it doesn't break together. That's all that matters so I guess other than the fact that its content. Why build the trailer? It seems like you can go to tractor. Supply get one pretty easily I mean. Don't tell me you're saving money by building your own trailer because I'm not going to believe you us for more than you would buy a brand new and I'm not done yet So basically this trailer would have to be accustomed trailer just because the size. You can't get a true that short with that much weight capacity. That's not something that's commonly used so if you want to supplement that way capacity. Ub Eighteen or twenty foot trailer too big for like getting someone's backyard and pull on big tree out of it so I still wanted to be very nimble which is what I like about the current trailers it's very nimble small and The downside is that it's not that strong it looks PC. Though I mean just the frame I see on your instagram. Feed is like the new one. Yeah well it's got more steel in it than any trailer. You'd buy off a lot at that way capacity because you know why the hell not more than anything. Have you thought about just like trading in the new truck and just getting like a dump truck truck all in one and the problem with the bigger stuff is just the The ground pressure is. Then you're like on someone's lawn sinking good night as much fun. So that's why like the tree guys when I see them come by put down like pieces of plywood. Ain't got time for that. You know if I've got time for that I'll try things out with a back. You can go back to work. So what is what's the link of this trailer. Then it's four foot some going from a a ten five ten deck to a six by twelve deck so a little wider so I actually see it behind my truck. They can't see by current Shirley behind my truck which is super annoying. Yeah you need a smaller truck you know I had one and then it that collided with the freeway divider. Should we talk about that? Another car collided fit. So that's right now. She'll know what's up with their wives for people don't know our wives got into car accidents. About what three or four days apart from one another correction your wives got into car drive. Your wife knows how to drive so it's not a problem. It's just really odd timing and so it was terrifying timing. I locked the doors and digitally house. I was really frightened. Yeah you are. The third part of this group of Three Destination Happen Heather. You staying home for a week. Sorry yeah it was. It was pretty crazy. And in both cases are wives were in their vehicles with one or more of the kids so thankfully everybody is OK on both sides but still Kinda Kinda crazy kinda scary. It was one of those phone calls for. It's like it's it's very like emotional in the sense that like I'm really. I'm really a like afraid for you right now. 'cause you just call toll you've got an accident but at the same time? I'm also sort of happy because you're actually able to call me and tell me that. Uh anyone else hear that noise. What is that? I don't know if there's loud okay just went away. I don't hear anything. Did you guys the mattress. You hear that yeah big. It's gone now. It's your slab shifting again mark. It's what they go thinking guys. Okay so where were we? That was really distracting Just occurred to me. All of Mark's videos are going to be shot at the nineteen sixty six bat angle. What does it look like marks getting shorter in every video? He's sinking into the ground? The worry about it all right. So what the heck are we talking about our wives not driving? What was the got some? You said something about the phone. Call the phone call is yeah. It's like it's like emotionally wrenching. Because on one hand it's like it's scared because they just got into the serious accident at the same time it's also a kind of relieved because they actually call you. The Nestle injured yet. They can make a phone call mine. I could hear like craziness in the background. And she's out of breath and she basically was like okay. Everyone's find like the first thing she said. Everyone's fine but FRAPP so I hauled over there to to see what was going on and that's that's fun it just thinking like these kinds of things obviously can be way worse so as long as everybody walks away from this thing who cares about the cars like we'll figure that out but it's still it's kind of makes it a little bit gun shy getting behind the wheel. It's interesting this week for for Lindsey like a Monday did not want to drive to work. I'm like I don't blame you. She did it though she trooper. Yeah well that's good all right so anything else. We jump to the CAR ACCIDENT. Thing anything else on your plate. Let's talk about high finish spice boxes thing and the guild. Okay guilt thing. You should check out the guild. It's a pretty amazing. There's some good stuff over there Honestly I really enjoyed that one just from the sense of like I enjoy doing these smaller projects sometimes because there's so much like little tiny minutia details in his little tiny things that it it really opens your eyes to like seeing more of those details in your larger pieces as well And on that on those boxes I did continuous green rap on the case. Like the big box and then continuous green rap on the little boxes on the inside. Because why not because? Hey it's the guild over killed. Yeah it was. It was good though it was good to see and I got. I should probably should've mentioned with my stuff. The tool cabinet That did for the workbench which it's been completed for a while now but it's It's there it was this hilarious Back and forth in my brain where I keep going it's just shop furniture and then I'm adding stringing lay took pretty fun but it's just shopping cruncher. What has he done where keeps going on? Like what is he going? Okay all right. I think what happened? Was I watched too many spice box episodes. I think so. I think that had an influence. There's gotta be more details. It's gotTA BE MORE ON CAMPUS. Big Little Box. You gotTA sixteen videos of all. Make these little boxes Seriously what I WANNA know is. I think I saw your instagram. That you picked up the Lee Nielsen string in Les. Oh Yeah I got that whole kit that. They've got setup city block but that was after the two mocks wasn't it? It was what has happened now. Bug I guess because I guess before you did that would just like a router. Yeah it was just without her and cut the Enlai material at the ban saw sized it down and just kind of manually did everything but what I mean. That's great for straight lines and if you just WANNA do perimeter endless forever that's probably gonNa work just fine but I was like you know it would be nice to see a little bit more control here in the router is good but you gotta think about how easy I mean. It's it's high stakes work when you've got to finish storefront that's already mortis. I you know these. These flush handles and cut the size joyner gone. Yeah and talk about we get the sweats a little bit you know. Oh Yeah I knew that one I got to do and not one of them can messed up like they all have to work so I was looking at it. I'm like I know there's special tools and kind of reinventing the wheel in my brain here on something that's been done for centuries with handles let me go see what else is out there so one of the really attractive things about the. Hansel methodology is that it's slower and that it's a lot harder to go over a line and you're just kind of dragging these things and it's such a little. Miniscule Mortis groove. That you're creating for the string inlay that it actually is a lot harder to mess up when you're doing this with handles so I just kind of for fun Was like I wonder you if I should look into this and see what these tools and I just immediately looking at. The toll set saw several things. And I'm like I wish I had that. I wish I had. And then it comes with a Steve Lotte. Dvd A device to put that in not not sure. I have anything for that. Maybe I'll just stick this. Don't I stick this in like a table and poor pox over? It is dealing with this. Dvd I think I still have stuff that it will allow me to rip it and get it on plex and in those days and you think about things like you if you start to get into curves and things like like you might see on a the front of Pennsylvania Spice chess or something. You really get into those curved elements and start thinking about doing that with a router like. I don't even know exactly how you would how you would approach it with like a bunch of baby tram alarms. Like what would you do? But I've seen it travels. Yeah and you think of it with hand tools and these tools that actually have little pins built in a nice little arm you could. You could move the plate at differently. It's just seems like it's so much more conducive to getting that done. So yeah I might dig into that a little bit deeper and it was so fun to add just that simple decker development that took simple drawers to a whole new level. So they're really sexy. Pleasure thank you. I appreciate that I would just be worried. Spinning a router bit. Tiny that's I ever saw was a sixteenth of an inch and that was just like this is just ridiculous like this thing's spinning it twenty thousand. Rpm's just it can't be that strong and that little sixteen thing's going to snap off and goes spinning across my shop. Careful a sixteenth is actually kind of heavy for string and yeah I mean. You're you're under that you're measured usually in thirty seconds and sixty four when you're doing some of that stream so yeah it's just funny because I brought it up because I just use that. Same tool to put stringing into a bow front onto a side table like ninety days ago and it's just it's like a meditative thing it's so much fun and it's not you say it's slower but it's not slow right you know slower to the point where. I'M NOT GONNA screw this up but I was done in thirty seconds. Twenty inch curve. Because it's a scraper you'll go back and forth scratching this thing and boot right great. Yeah you're right it is slower but it's the speed it needs to be. The router is faster. But it's too fast that need to be that fast. I don't want it to be that fast right. Turn at sixty miles an hour. Not a good idea exactly. Yeah you might get into an accident like our doubt Italian. Yeah thanks I actually went and got from STU. Mech a set of really tiny router. Bits like the kind. I don't know what the size of the shaft is but it's like maybe an eighth. I Dunno something really small might need an adapter to get into a regular router sir. You're using this thing on a die grinder or a setup and I got power table mounted router. Yeah exactly but I got like a set of like ridiculous. Almost like dental toll type debts like they're really really tiny so I don't know that I'll ever use them now that I have the League Nielsen stuff but I did get a set of those. I guess if I had a really strong a really long straight away but even then the hand the hand methods seemed so much smarter than risking what might happen with with the powerful. Yeah I don't know maybe I should just send them back. I don't think I'm ever going to use them for credentials for decorative in life. There are times That's the only reason I had. He was going to say for decorative purposes on the wall. I can make a necklace out of actually the united. But like if you're doing a decorative leaf inlay or something like that where you need to get into those quarters. The size of that bit is what allows you to get really sharp corners and not have to do a whole bunch work afterwards by hand so I might still use them for something like that. Okay so we actually do have something here under our. What's new section? I didn't put this there so I think Shannon you put that there you WanNa yeah. We've spent time in the past in fact. Didn't we have an entire episode titled River Table or something like that class bro? That's right don't class me Greg. Classen is back and he's he's set the world on its head. It's not river tables anymore folks. It's island tables island table so include the Lincoln the show notes but archipelago like this much more than actually. The river. Table is pretty cool. Just because there's like decorative glass and everything in here this is. This is the type of wood that Matt Mix. It's like that we would have earned it garbage yard. Actually I have a lot this crap but it'd be imagine again that same blue look but you know the maple in this case. I think that's Maple. Wood is just speaking through the top. And that's the island. It's yeah it's IT'S. Is that the hash tag that is using for those. Hashtag less wood or glass glass island table. Yeah this is I mean. It's okay all right if you're in adopting this sort of thing. Sure I'm just curious to see. Hopefully fingers crossed. This won't become the same rage that river tables her. Well if he's smart he probably has already applied for the trademark. So that this doesn't become a problem you would think I'm GONNA go out and be opinionated and say I don't like these nearly as much as like I don't know like in a poxy encapsulation for something like this which is why I don't know it just looks like because the woods like raise up through the glass or yeah up through the glass. It looks weird because not the Nar Ganic shapes. They're just weird blobs yet. Yeah because you have to if you guys want to look at this. We'll put the Lincoln in the notes. You take a look at what we're talking about. But I mean it's cool in what he's doing is in the middle of those areas. He's created manually creating these raised portions. But they're well within the solid part of the slap so it like you're saying you have to create a shape in those shapes that he's made here just blocks. There's there's really no rhyme or reason to the shape I I appreciate the skill. Whatever it put us together but I can have my opinion. It's not for me. You're entitled to an opinion okay. Oh Bouma more opinionated I wanNA watch something different something different and there's a video. I didn't see him. Yeah although the bartenders and it's going to be guaranteed to have ten percent slow motion where the section with the footing depth of field. Exactly let me see what's going. Let's see what's doing here on. His video turned down. I'm skipping lots of lots of shock. Hachi flute good Natural Eddie. He's sitting in a chair stroking his cat like an evil villain. That's nice now seriously. Whatever it's cool if you're into that stuff it's fine. Nothing wrong with that good for him. Good good good okay. Well you know. The funny thing is one of the big criticisms of him exercising his legal rights to trademark something. One of the big criticisms was like. Oh why did you leave that alone and go design your next big thing and it's like this is funny. That's exactly what did he moved on so good for him. Move from rivers to islands next mountain tables. Yeah now it's Smith Smith. I here Christmas coming. I'm going to make a canal table. I'm just GONNA run a router down the middle and it's it canal deal all right well. Speaking of less would let's talk about more wood lumber update. What do you got for us? Shannon woohoo stealing this from the The the lumber update form because like the woodstock form it's completely overpopulated. And there's no one will ever get to all the questions. So thank you everybody who listens to the lumber update podcast and it's questions. Fortunately though that show woodworking so it's not like we get those questions for would talk where somebody was. I'm building this project now. We address it seven months later. At least this is. These are turning response. These are these are slightly more rhetorical type questions. So it's it's nice but I wanted to highlight this one because Matt's here and Matt Makes Slab Affair off this is Ryan on slabs and he basically has been shopping Various lumber yards. And you know he he says like I'll go and I'll find typical boards of say Soft Maple Fourth Quarter Boards. Asaf may will price something like around five dollars aboard foot. Then I'll go over his eight quarter live edge. Slab of similar soft maple. But it's priced at thirteen to fifteen dollars aboard foot. And he goes on to say this is. This is based on my own measurements. Because they're actually selling the boards per piece not by the Board Foot and he's wondering like what gives. Why is it so expensive because technically the Sawyer is doing less work they haven't actually sought an boards? They just did a through and throwing it out there. So could I then therefore assume this is Ryan saying could I assume that I could go by slabs at a at a more of a wholesale cost ripping into boards myself and get the same amount of lumber for cheaper so no Bryan? No sorry. It doesn't work that way. But I wanted to bring this up with Matt here because Matt as Sawyer and as you could tell by that noise you just made. It's not quite easier work to to slap these things out. But here's the thing from a market perspective because one of the other things that Ryan goes on to say are there that many people making river tables see how we tied that in many people using live edge slabs that demand driven the prices up that much and actually Ryan I would say it's the opposite? Certainly there has been a greater demand for live edge stuff. Because it's all in vogue and all that fun stuff but the turn rate on. These things is so slow and if you don't know what. I mean by that you cut that slap you stick it on the shelf and instead of it being sold a week later. It's still there six months from now taking up space on your showroom floor taking up space on your inventory Tori exactly. The inventory is going against your bottom line. It's this big wait. That's affecting your profitability because this is something that is on your books over here because the turn rate is so slow on these things. They've got to go up in price. Because I'm only moving one every six months. I've gotta get more bang for the buck. Plus there's the unique factor when you take a slab and it's live edge and it looks like a tree that is unique when you start ripping that slab into six inch wide boards while technically each one of those boards is unique. It looks the same right. It's a foresighted board. You know it's a cube cube. What's that called on? Whatever it's a board board it could be a cube and into cue. You could fail geometry obviously to stack of boards and there's nothing unique about those boards and those are now priced by the market board foot rate. But when you reverse time and you go back and you combine all those boards into that big slab that has that unique grain and figure that runs that width and all the live edge stuff. It is now it's like it's a figured board. That's I mean maybe in the traditional sense not figured maybe it straight grain. His anything just happens to have a live edge. But it's treated the same way as figure so you can go and buy regular straight grain soft maple or you can buy fiddle back curly. Maple and the curly maple is always going to be like twice as much as the straight grain stuff because did unique because it's rare and that's really what this comes down to. You can't really and this is why the yards that Ryan has been going to his pricing these by the peace rather than by the board foot. Because you can't really do that math anymore. You know you can't go and find this burl and go. Oh well that's only three board feet. The hairs three dollars. You know doesn't work that way. You know that that three board FOOT WORTH OF CHERRY. Berle you know that could be three hundred dollars dependent upon how figured that is? What the actual dimensions of that borough are. You know could be three feet but it could be three thirty six inches wide. Be Probably more than three hundred feet at that point. But still you know. The the uniqueness of that piece is what's driving that up. It's the same thing with art. You've got an original piece of art and then you've got twenty copies of it. The copies are obviously not as expensive as the original and actually in many cases originally go down in value because there's so many different copies made of it in class. Every go be nice. No I'm on his side on just going to say that. So the unique factor. I'm just going to move on from that. Just won't even acknowledge it Matt from a Sawyers Perspective though. Tell us why it's not quite less work on your on your half from the same time in the mill. Yes is quicker so from an outsider's perspective. Yeah it's faster because you have. Fewer customers can turn the log two edged all and all that stuff so it is faster in that sense with the caveat that the logs are like the same size. As when you'RE GONNA turn the boards if it's a big old log to turn a big old slabs it's a lot more work getting that that log onto the mill getting a position and then cutting it and moving all the slips off new says the one caveat with actual sawing process now we're real becomes an issue as we get into dry because it's far less efficient process and sticking live edge stuff then edged boards because as boards are uniform. They have their uniform thickness or uniform with they nest next to each other really nicely. There's not a lot of dead space in your stacks and I guess what the thickness thing. Obviously they'll dryest. Slower will take longer to dry because your stuff so in your air drying in a kiln dead pockets in a kiln are bad. News you don't want that even more difficult to dry as well so you have a lot more work that comes into it and allow honestly a lot. More inefficiency withdrawing process as far as slap production goes right. So keep that in mind. There's a lot that goes on to actually dryness things because the green slab ain't worth much because you can lose a lot you can really screw things up and things can degrade quickly dried correctly and properly. So that's where a lot I think. A lot of the actual cost comes into slept production. And then you kind of come into the the sales perspective it's unique and it's got turn rate which is terrible probably right so maybe this is being someone who has the equipment to mill material. If I had a choice and I went to the lumber place and they had a pre milled stock or these things that look like they just fell off of a tree. I would take the ones that just fell off the tree and I would take them with the expectation that they would be cheaper because they are not processed as much so. I totally get what you guys are saying here but am i. e R. They're far like way more customers. Who want this stuff more process just because it's their business plan better like am I just like the oddball that wants the stuff because if you're talking about turnover and I'm like I would buy the crap out of that if it was cheaper right if it was cheaper that would fly off the shelves into into my shop but I might be like in the minority Flou- faster than a bundle of four quarter? They kept the same floorspace. We'll see that's what I'm saying that I don't know if like yeah there are there are companies who need this. No debate here no further processed. Well and they're in is. There's the the rub if you will. You know there are certainly people who think like you and agree with you mark. But you are in the minority. I mean we talk about this all the time. About how the Hobbyist woodworker the small furniture will always be in the minority. So forget about whether how many board feet you buy on a year compared to some commercial industry guys certainly there are always going to buy more but the entire industry is built around that demand so the people actually producing this are few and far between. There's not many people actually producing slabs because it's not efficient as Matt just pointed out. It's a lot more difficult. The Dry and there's not as many customers for the large majority of the customers want actual boards and they view live edges a defect. I mean official grading rules. Say That alive is a defect so we don't want any of that stuff so for the for the most part. You are very much in a minority which you know which is weird because you think well. The demands low. The price should be low. Well Yeah but then it becomes niche. Then it's an artisanal bespoke market and guys like Greg Classen have made slabs and now even grow class and go back to Nakashima. For God's sake George Nakashima probably made everybody WANNA use slabs and when he came around. And so yeah. It's there's something to be said if you go to a mill and you can buy a slab and you can you think. Wow that's just raw board footage that I can mill myself. If it actually is cheaper I would ask a lot of questions. How dry is this and hasn't been heat treated because it's probably filled with bugs so you know you get what you pay for. I wanted to pay for a lot in the lumber industry if I wanted to Oregon so if I really wanted to get the bargain a good thing to do maybe that someone like Matt might be able to justify lowering his price on as you get a log and I say I'll take the whole thing and I'll take it and it's not my responsibility to store dry stack and you're just doing the sawing and letting it go. Yeah the newsradio Thought Time Right. Yeah still doesn't change the fact that it's super heavy to move onto the bed and superheavy to move each one of those slabs but I will gladly pay him three dollars. An hour for that service is long as it adds money right there. Maybe it is interesting because I totally see. What's his name rhyming of his name Brian? I totally see where he's coming from. Because I go into Strauss Austin hardwoods On a monthly basis and see they have a whole section of a like a little mini showroom of slabs and. I don't know what the turnover is but I'm pretty sure they're not moving that fast and I see this gorgeous board and I'm like but I will never buy because it's way too expensive and I would do is cut it up into lumber but I wish that was cheaper and but it's it's what you guys were saying makes perfect sense. I do too from like a just kind of sharing the love. And the experience of starting something that rough because you as like actual woodworker makes all the decisions of how that borders for the process Non Sawyer who has no idea? What the heck this is going to become some day and one thing. I've noticed like the more time I spend this industry is that good sawyers not always good. Workers rarely rarely do they. Link is not there really. So there's not there's not these amazing sawyers that are making these amazing piece of fine furniture is just not a thing that you really see a whole lot of five o'clock bell rings and they don't WanNa touch wood or look at here we're done give me out of here. Yeah off me. That was that was. She was on any of minus well when I started working in industry. I'm I'm definitely an odd odd man out and the fact that I actually work would and work in the lumber industry. There's not many of them. It's like a lot of lawyers would not really understand a lot of like the. I guess the core concepts that we applied to our woodworking things are looking for in our would be able to do like having a piece of wood so I can do. It continues grain rap. That's pretty typical thing that want to do. But a sawyer might even think of that song generally. It's all about yield. How many board feet you know. How many pieces? Whatever can get out of this and sign the Great. The Great says that I need boards that match this`dimension so I'm going to to get the most number boards that meet that dimension. That's because that's what pays the bills. Yeah yeah good stuff. I think this has been exacerbated by the fact that so many large commercial organizations have decided. Hey let's get in on the slab game you know we got slabs. And that's where Ryan talking about is the slab is like the Proto Board right before it becomes aboard so they must have them. You know so just you know instead of keeping working stop working in between the edger just suck up on a pile of people. Say Oh man. The trees just aren't same as they were before and I start to question that because it's not that the board the trees are getting smaller and that's why all the boards are narrow. It's the demand for the WHITEBOARDS is gone down so dramatically on a global scale. The boards are still plenty why they're just being sawn into narrower strips. They lumber you I think like. There's like these tools like in the lumber processing world that would make like woodworkers cry. Might the gang rip saw. Make woodworkers absolutely cry a steak? This twenty inch Whiteboard. Put through the saw against strips out of it once it was like five blades in their into strips. That's all of us who made we made a two. By two strips out of solid forty inch wide piece of Tiki just stood there and cried stood it designed openly weeped that's great and L. and it was quartered. It was caught four quartered piece man tree. It was it was. It was tough. That's insane reminds me the same conversation by know we've had in the past with the question of why is like a quarter stock more expensive than four quarter people assume it's it's thicker. It hasn't had to have been processed as much is a thicker piece. Why is that not cheaper? And if you guys gave somewhat similar answers in terms of how the the industry utilizes this and the quarters role in the industry and why it's more expensive okay. Email and voicemail. What do we have here so we do actually have two voice mails? I don't I really don't remember when these came in. But sometimes we get them and I just put them in a folder and hold onto them. So this is a email from Andrew Johnson. And it's almost four minutes long but because we don't do a show very often I'm gonNA play all four minutes of that. Hey guys how's it going? This is Andrew from Florida noticed a lot of Andrews. Anyway I've only been listening to your show for about a week or so I'm about ten episodes and I'm actually going backers from the latest show to the first so wish me luck with that. I have a triple threat for you. Have a comment kickback. Antiquarian question is about dovetails. I've been consistently woodworking for about two and a half three years and really this past week is my first attempt at doing hand. Cut DOVETAILS QUESTION IS. When did it take off three? How long did it take rather to actually get good at doing Hand cut dovetails. I know Shannon is some kind of survive to hand tools. I know mark does with power tools. Not really sure what Matt does. Any kickback is for Barak. And his kind along the lines of of doing join ARY and whatnot. You said in. I think it was either cool. Your balls or The BOONDI CAU- episode on the nosers really provocative like porno sounded nays anyway You said that your shop efficiency with your brother-in-law helping you is not quite at two hundred percent. If it was my shop I wouldn't would not have had him just sitting there doing nothing the whole Tom. I would've had him with a scrap piece of Something you know working on through mortices or whatever. I'm doing at the time so he can show me that he's you know can be trusted to do those types of things without me hovering over him just doesn't seem like you're you're letting him or even trust him to do that so anyway. As for my comment My comment is about Protecting yourselves against burnout. I know you've already quit. Would talk before. I'm glad that you brought it back since I'm just now starting to listen to it but really is i. I don't understand you guys are way better than me to do a weekly show like that. For as long as you've done it you know. Wow but as your audience personally myself I would much rather you do it on a quarterly basis or a monthly basis or whatever basis as long as the show will continue to go on Yeah Yeah I I watch a lot of anime and I know this is kind of like out of the blue for would talk Kind of a comment call in whatever but Those guys over there are under a lot of pressure from the public that producers there whatever to produce content. You know week after week after week after week and if they don't have the hill than the stress builds on you know they have health issues and everything. They're trying to keep up with the pace and stuff like that and eventually the show that I really liked to watch. They'll get pulled and it will stop for a number of years and I don't want that to happen. Would talk like I want to you know. Keep going as long as you can but That's all I gotta say Really appreciate you guys Continuing the show and I look forward to you guys get nicer as I journey on my way. Back to episode one. Sounds like a star wars reference. So may the paramedic force of Tabin we with you. Thanks for that Andrew. A great voice mail. Let's address this question. I he asked about dovetails. So how long did it take us to get good at doing dovetails? And I'm still waiting to get good at every time I do dovetails if it's like truly doing hand-cut or some sort of hybrid method. I will do at least one or two practice runs. I take my time with it. I just got to get that muscle memory back. I will not just go cold into into my friend. Got Practice. Baby gotta practice be more conservative on those first ones. Guess definitely not like riding a bike. It's been a while. If you've been building lots of tables with just more dysentery. Joyner Hon you make your first drawer and like six months. It's like Whoa. Where did I learn to cut dovetails? That's where you always start on the details on the back of the drawer right. Yeah the bottom drawer the back of the bottom drawer start there by the time you get to the drawers that people can see each. You're fine you're good so I mean I didn't really necessarily set out to just be great at dovetails. I mean I've watched in the past. You've made it but here I am an accident it's never been. I didn't mean to be this good that good. I will watch videos like the first hand. The tail production I ever saw was a congressman. I think it was a might have even been vhs from Lene Nielsen and you know and that was cool. And I tried it. And I was like ooh. This is lot harder than it looks and then eventually I actually took a class. One time at a woodcraft store that was pretty cool but then from that point I kind of understood the rules and then once I had the right tools I sat down and just took my time and walk through it was like okay these are serviceable and over time. I've just gotten pickier and pickier and have tried to make them better every time I do them. So it's been a constant evolution. It's still evolving. Because now it's a matter of can I make them happen faster while still maintaining the quality level that I wanNA see in the final result so to me. I'm still on that path. I can't say that I suddenly you know two thousand eight. I finally reached the pinnacle of Dovetail Perfection but it's it's really a greater understanding of like Shannon always says mark align cut to align finesse to that line. It's like if once you understand that concept that applies to dovetails across the board and it shouldn't dovetail shouldn't be any sort of mystery at that point. Yeah I've never been a fan of the whole you know every woodworking periodical out there now. I'm dating myself. Even bringing up woodworking magazines. But they all have the dovetail a day or one month to better dovetails type thing. I've just never been a fan of of that stuff. Because his boring is all hell first of all of all just woodworking it's joiner in general is a contextual thing the joint abstract from the project. Well what did you learn to cut it? But what if on their next project? The variables are slightly different. And now you know what are you? GonNa do it. All comes down to cutting to ally is mark just said so. I just think throw yourself into it. And there's so many ways to fix a copy dovetail that you shouldn't even have to worry. That shouldn't be a worry a bonfire. Yeah when you have unlimited would like Matt And now with island tables. He truly can use all of his craft witness right. It's cutting that crap firewood. So I mean I've got. I've got five jurors behind me where there's a couple of corners on there that you wouldn't exactly look at and go. Here's a guy who's been hand cutting dovetails for God twelve years. I guess you know you look at it and go. What did you learn today and I know there was some some dude on twitter? I don't know he tagged a few of US would workers and said if he linked to a video from blacks ing guy can't remember the name and the guy was like videos. Make like a thousand of these when you start out. And he's like so so what's the equivalent of that in woodworking and replied to him like nothing like fill the furniture. Don't waste your time. Doing a thousand of anything is not a golf swing. You know what I mean like. You're not doing the same mechanics each and every time in the way you described that and I see that that you know through that lens before but it makes perfect sense. It's like the it's so contextual that it's a skill set and that skill set has the kind of morphing change every time you do something different. So yeah there's a core but you just put it into use. Don't sit there and do it a thousand times unless you want to be really good at making how to cut dovetail videos like if that's your goal now. Hey I've made a low videos every guilt project and look at how successful you are today. Look at that beard. Because you're you're up to three fifty an hour now. Hey skill pay the principles and I mean. This is actually what I what I tried to do. And I'm still trying to deal with the handle school is it's it's less about learning to dovetails and more about learning to align learning how to use a saw because every single cut you make is going to be different. It's going to be related to whatever you're trying to build. What is the what is it? A proverb the whole teach a man to fish elite for a day and no give him an officially today. Teach a man to fish all right. I'm never again remember that. Old Proverb eat some fish for fish. Better small man. It's one step something like that. So you're selling skills can be transferred to data can be transferred to tenants can be transferred to anything that you do. If you do that. Crap by hand. Yeah if you're a real woodworker. He's not he's not wrong. So I for me the the biggest thing for telling Liz to do a project had a lot of hills in it. I know drawers. I did Pennsylvania's spice box. Eleven till drawers dovetailed case and dovetail bracket feet. Plenty of dovetails nine. Something really dumb. I made four more of those things that a boy. So that'll do pig you. Just you just learn. I think that the one thing that I always say like really like well. Dovetailing is that you can do it however you want. And whatever that methodology is I guess it to? The results are after is totally fine. I guess that can be applied to laugh. Things in life woodworking but especially with dovetail so many little like tips and tricks in little techniques and little adjustments and things a little differently so if you try a bunch of different things you finally find the one that works for you just do that I think a lot of dovetailing is figuring out what works best for you like me. I learned I don't saw my half blind pins because I'm GonNa Chisel backs a little ascribe lines and I don't need to solve their frame thing. That's my weird thing I do okay. I got dumped tells is one of those weird things to just. It's always put on some kind of pedestal and then when you do some kind of a demo and then you get people who've watched youtube videos and they go well. Why don't you do it this way? Like as if the method you used is so stupid. Because you're not gang your pieces together case definitely because I'm the one doing it dumdum. Yeah exactly but sometimes the feedback on this stuff is funny because it's like it's just why do I not seek out the absolute easiest most efficient way to do it will number one? Because I don't do it that often and number two do it. Not that bad. It's not like it's putting me out of commission for a week because I have to worry about this. It's like saving that extra. Half a second is not that big of a deal. I think one of the weird people that actually enjoy it too. Yeah so it's like fun and a lot of a lot of the things that I get out of. Actually dovetailing is just pure enjoyment. Yeah I'm doing it because I enjoy. It really helps all. I built a bench specifically four dove-tailing standing at it right. You don't tell over. There could him all right so we do have one more voice mail here Chris from Lancaster Amish Country Good Morning Mark Shannon and Matt. This is Chris from Lancaster. Pennsylvania half say and feel that I've been a bit robbed as a new woodworker. Maybe doing this. Two and a half years tops And really for whatever reason a first time podcast listener. It really been into podcast. I literally just stumbled across you guys on your most recent. Whose fault is that Chris Quarterly. Show and you know I come to find out that these these three dudes that I love to hang out with my drive to work every morning. are no longer making content on a regular basis for would dock so That that's a little disheartening. But Hey I get it things change five change is guys have been at this for some time and I guess the good news is. I do have over ten years of other stuff that you guys have done with. Woodcock keep myself occupied. Hey onto my question here so you guys talk about pre finishing lot prefinished as much as possible. I've done some research and now I'm confused because a lot of people online saying don't finish or be very careful when you do prefinished because the integrity of the glue up Could could be at risk You know the glue bonding to the stain. Or whatever finish you're using is not going to be as strong as the glue to the glue so Just hoping you guys can clear that question for me Most of what I make right now for my kids. They're young. There's always a chance they will climb and jump off and attempt to Self destruct you know on said furniture so Yeah that's my question Keep up the good work guys and do follow all three of us on the Internet and Instagram. So just Really really learned a lot from you guys So yeah thanks for taking the time to put content together for versa. Hobbyists out there. Thanks I really do. Hope every voicemail comes with a guilt trip included from here on out. I'm calling you just bulimic make an observation. It's kind of interesting because both of these questions like this one in particular. Yes glue will will interfere. Excuse me finish will interfere with the glue? Because it's it's it's I use the word ceiling kind of sealing off the wood and not allowing the glue to soak in quite as much going to affect the integrity of a joint but this is one of those like forgive me the an. I just forgot Chris. Forgive me Chris. I mean disrespect for this. This is one of those like Da. Like Yeah Yeah Glue you finish affects the glue and trying to think like? Why is that an obvious thing for me and I wonder if like? Is this a a side effect of the way we learn? Now you know when when I started woodworking. The option was books. So book was you know. All Rogers Martin's marquess written multiple books against our initial telling him to stop writing books. We'll into another one but when you when you write a book. Whatever it is. There's always that like opening chapter. That's like how to woodwork type stuff Or on a on a woodworking joining me. There's always like a table of contents and there's a kind of a progression throughout that and this is one of those things that was talked about in in in the book whereas if you pick up a youtube video or you read a blog post even blog post his old You look in an instagram post. Something in in situ you don't really get that kind of step by step by step education. You're picking up woodworking in progress from three thousand different sources and I can imagine it would be very difficult to piece it all together and I always love when people say well but those people online saying there's always somebody online saying something contrary to what it is you're trying to do. This is just my way of of like. Wow I kind of feel bad for people starting out now even though. There's this incredible wealth of information at your fingertips. I mean I. I ran into the same thing I have A. I have a notebook from twelve years ago. Talking about dovetailing and making references to Klay Ocala and a video of that and Tommy Mac from the rough cut. Not The rough cut woodworking. Show rough. Cut The podcast. I tunes with the looney tunes. Who's better than me? Yeah that guy like the IRA notebook where I was writing these things down and I was trying to reconcile the differences. Were how Kalaheo approaching from Tommy did they. Were both people that I respected and it was. You know this is just man. There's just stuff everywhere and there's no Like fundamentals people are jumping straight into these projects which is great. You know. I like to see people. Just a firm believer just go build something and you learn a lot along the way but you kinda wonder to know when when questions as what I consider to be as basic as you know finishing. Is it going to affect my join ary you know? I mean my reaction when I heard this is. Why IS THIS UP FOR DEBATE? Like there are some things that are debatable. This is not one of those things. Let's let's also through. Let's also throws into this. The question of would movement the fact that people are debating woods movement how it impacts furniture and how you know what we should and shouldn't do to allow for. It is freaking on flat earth level of of insanity. It's like why is this a discussion about what does not move. It's like where are you getting this information from? And why is this even to some point? Someone heard that if if the humidity never changes in the room this piece of wood is in wood will ever move. Yeah okay I think it's more like the person just doesn't have enough experience under their belt in a variety of situations to be able to say that with any level of authority. I I'm with you. I don't know but that that goes back again to the learning by little snippets here and there and no set kind of order to it. You know when you read it. So look there's chapter one chapter two or three and you may skip around a little and you go. Oh wait why did he do that? You can always flip back to chapter two and you can't do that in today's learning model and I don't know that I'm necessarily I'm certainly not condemning it because it is what it is right and and there's so many pros to it but at the same time there's no like fundamentals there so anybody jumps in and yeah well also you're also learning from people who learned from snippets we're on we're on the second and third generation of this merit right so the initial snippets went out and then people learn from those snippets and then people watch the people who learned from no snippets and made their own snippets. And now it's like the The conversation that starts the rumor that starts in one person's ear inn what it's like ten people later the information just get so convoluted. Yeah I mean it is. It's not something I envy. I agree. It is challenging the fine good solid information and I'm Kinda glad I don't watch a lot of youtube woodworking stuff because I think it would probably frustrate the hell on me if this is the kind of things that are being raised as questionable when an old school would worker might just go well. This is just facts and not something. That's up for debate even more frustrating more. It's even more frustrating. When you recognize that's going on like I'm just starting down the road towards running a triathlon next year. So I'm doing a lot of triathlon research and I'm running into the same thing everybody's got an opinion and they all contradict one another but I know enough to know that that's just the Internet but then it's like well who do you trust. How do you find your tribe? I guess to find out what's you know. And in the case of this you I could actually do physical harm to myself so concerned. They're like am I doing the right thing? Am I going to actually blow up at mile hundred or whatever so but I totally get it? There's all the everybody's got their own little opinion on things and who knows who's right anymore. That's exactly what happened to advance. Thumbnail like go the Internet to be good information. No come all over the place submit. Some people are so opinionated and so set in their ways their way's the right way and the best way and the only way that they can never see any other way of doing anything and I think that ruins a lot of things and even going like go even further back like it's very interesting to me to see. The people are so like so convinced of their own opinion because someone top them how to do this forty years ago and that's the way they always did it so that must be the right way to do it. Yeah I see that a lot especially now with the Internet and everybody would be more connected or it's like if someone leaves me a comment and they preface it with. I've been a whatever for many years. Almost like that. Turns me off the fact that you probably have never been exposed to any other way of doing things so you just assume that whatever tell me is the only way to do something because that's the way you were taught in your apprenticeship by the person who didn't think about doing any other thing because I don't WanNa be like ages but like older people don't seem to ask why why it took whatever the person told them as the way to do it and then he thought about the why behind anything and the person teaching them never told them the why it was. Just that's it do it and the discussion and going a little further that like asking why is one of the most beneficial things you can do for yourself as you're trying to learn something. Why is it this way? Why are being taught to do these things in this order? And why is this thing over here? Which seemed like a good idea not commonly used. Maybe it's dangerous. Maybe it's not dangerous. Abiola fine and just a different way do not popular. I don't know There's just ask. Why more kids do it? All of them never saw early. It's like hey I'm podcasting. Well why I have a show to do can you? It's good to see you see in a little bit. Why well in that Vein Matt? Let's let's at least answer this question for Chris. Let's give him the why. I mean Shannon already covered on this for the most part but generally speaking most finishes are GonNa see all the would. They're going to prevent it from absorbing things or liquids and when we're talking about what glues would lose that rely on absorption into the wood fibers to kind of fuse them together to bond them. If the wood is sealed with something previously it will not bond as effectively. So does this mean that a project is gonNA fall apart. Probably not it depends on the project. Depends on how it's used and how good your join. Ary is but it could present problems and maybe you get around it by using a different kind of glue. That doesn't rely on. Absorption into the fibers. Quite as much. There are work arounds but generally speaking. If you prevent project you do not want the finish or stain to get on your joints that are going to receive glue later and that should be a universal truth if anyone is telling you any different you should. Probably unsubscribe from their channel. Yes so you put blue tape on the joining. You wrap the ten in blue tape and you're good to go you know doesn't check it like before you glued up like as you're doing you're like file inspection is any finish on any of the glue. Surface yeah scraper out. You know and I'll tolerate a little bit. Like if I've got a full-size ten and near the shoulder I get a little bit of finish. That like squeezed out in there. I'm probably not GONNA do anything about it. Because ninety percent of the surface area ten shut up Shannon is smartphone in it and again got senior rights with woodworking thing. Like I'm almost OUTTA here. What are you going to do but yeah I mean? I don't really fuss about a couple of drops here and there but if you know if the lion share of piece of jewelry has finish on. I'm going to do something to take it off so that just to you know Belton suspenders. Cover my butt so the question not to drag this out too much. Sure I think I'll quote him in saying I know you guys talk about P- refinishing a lot. I personally don't like to refinish the only thing I- prefinished are panels that go into framing panel door because would moves regardless of what some people say. That unfinished line could show up as that panel shrinks. Like if you can't get finished inside the groove so as that panel shrinks that unfinished line might show up so I always finish the panel before it goes into a frame and panel door or something like that. But if it's a movable part like a drawer bottom a pop the draw bottom out finish it and then slide it back in you know. Take the top off of a table. Finish in men's crew the top back down. I'm just never been that much of prefinished type person talking about match. I think he's talking about Matt here because I will prefinished strategically if there's a reason to or if the project is like so much more difficult to to finish it afterwards. I will but most at a time because I'm filming what I do. Pre finishing disrupts the flow of the project. I really liked the concept of having finished piece. Okay now the woodworking is done. Let's focus on finishing refinishing. There's usually some woodworking or something that has to be done post finishing that just ruins the continuity of the story. I'm trying to sell so I actually am out of the hat is the worst of storytelling. Right I'm so slow that you know by the time of Heike. Finish one piece by the time. I'M READY TO ASSEMBLE IT. Like the would on the other pieces oxidized going ray cabinets like inside corners. I kind of liked to have the finish flowing around the corner. I don't want it like rounded corners. Whatever big globs of finish in there? But I liked the cohesive look whereas if you P- refinish something and then assemble it after the point the point you gotTa have really really really clean tight join ARY OTHERWISE. You've got that delicate saying you don't have good join ary not all the time that that's why finishing green. He's cutting this crap by hand. Matt I mean what are you gonNA? He's only going to get that. We're seeing is great for covering up stuff like I think. If anyone is really a proponent of the refinishing thing I think you probably do at the most of the three of us yeah and it depends on the project a lot Casework I won't prefinished but Lakefront panel anything like that Prefinished it's so much easier than having to worry about the inside of like were the the frame part touch panel whatever was inside corners. Yeah so on the side board. That was the first time I took like fishing to the next level. Where the frame panel doors I- prefinished the inside edge of all door parts so I never get near that panel. Which is that was. That was a game changer for me. I'm like this is so much nicer than like trying to finish this. Little sliver of wood alongside panel without getting an answer finishing the panel. Because it's GonNa Screw up your Nice beautiful finish on the panel foot together. Never have to worry about it again. So I can those cases I think. Frame panels like no brainer. Gopher assistant much easier but what about the story met store? Have you know I'm sharing? The story is my joy my journey through the project mark. Okay whatever the journey I'd go on. That's the one that you come along with me. Okay let's see so it's not about the project. It's about me okay. I don't I don't think you use enough depth of field in slow motion and like I think that the dust motes in the sunbeam tight footage order for it to be about bad journey anymore. Solar time on get on an next project. They'll do better okay. So we're already like hour and a half into this. Let's close this off with a very brief sort of at. I don't know if you guys even have anything to talk about here but Are Any of US doing holiday gifts this year because it's middle of November? Probably like time to get moving on these things. If you're going to do them I can tell you that every year I go. This is my year. This is the year that I'm going to make like gifts for all of our immediate neighbours in the cul de sac. And just be like that guy and it never happens so once again this year. I am saying this is going to be the year. I don't WanNa make but I do. I do think I'm going to try to get something done. Hopefully whether it's like cutting boards or just the kitchen craft that we give people for holidays stuff like that so I haven't started yet but definitely thinking about it. So what about you guys? What grinch note. I mean as usual got some stuff on away from trying to do some things this year. What I what I really need is to get an Ashley in my shop. Sure I I go go on Dunkin run and come back and all the Christmas gifts would be turned. Thank you with you. I've actually got a couple of of cabinet type ideas like small type stuff that I might try to play with mainly because I have some lumber that I've had for more than a decade like figured stuff and it's like you know what I really need to do something with that. Need to stop hoarding. Some of this stuff and just make something so. I've been trying to do a little so I've got some like bathroom style. Cabinets and my sister-in-law is going to be moving. She's going to need need. That need cabinet. And I've got a couple of cool ideas for. I don't know what you'd call them. Wouldn't one actually. I got the idea from a student. It's a wooden calendar mark to calendar. It's not an advent calendar though. Don't hurt yourself now. It's just it's it's one of those where you can like flip the block around admits the date or whatever and it's just kind of a cool minimalist design and It's like perfect for my mom and my sister in law so I'll probably making those nice cool cool. I got to go to Pinterest and start looking things I mean. That's that's the market right there skipping away guilt gift certificates this year. That would be great. Oh man you're gonNA give you get a high boys giving I'm giving away chocolate fan. Hey I saw on sailings week. I told him to call him like you realize she's like Oh crap I'm like well. It needs the help so it's fine. I was. I was happy to see. I mean that thing on the walk by every day exactly how much pain that thing. Cosmi eventually fifteen years. You'll break even on it so don't worry you got that coming. Hopefully I live that home. Get three kids now a short in your life by ten years each so they don't sleep. I still don't slip through. The kids are so weird our sleep but not with like without some kind of fifteen anywhere from fifteen to forty five minute ritual. You know to like of getting them to go to sleep. That's that's pretty quick for Compared our help him hour and a half because outnumbered yourselves. That's the problem was it's easier when it's too in to just split. It would be a lot easier if we had separate bedrooms for Jaren. Maxine like we have in the same room and sharing a bed. Silly ones like fossils and they won't literally gets up and jumps on the other one by. Slam. Hey what about what would happen with the House. Move Thing. That was actually probably before he quit. You were how shopping or at least kind of looking around going man just half years. Perfect opportunity market. Sucks Man Yeah? Okay really that bad for what we're looking for. Oh you know what I mean I. I love the specifics of like budget. But if we're spending we're like we're rebudgeting spend like a good amount of money. Yeah I ain't I taken any kind of like well. We don't want I guess it's not for where there's a dollar sign attached to it. I'm not compromising to spend that much money. There's no colorizing at this price point right. Yeah no that's not no. Why don't you just look at Denver and spend a lot more and get a lot less? Say here we go. But you'll be near me. Stephen Moore monies that sawmill to solve some timbers. And just make your own very. I'll be done in well. I wasted already like one year looking so could be done in. Fourteen years voice a lot of years and look at a lot of time. Lot of miles gone through a few realtors too. So you know it's good stuff. Thanks for that update all right. Well listen if you guys want to send us voicemails or emails. We will collect them. Send them to talk online at Jim. Hill Dot com and I will hold onto the fit here. I mean so you might want to not have like you know things that are time sensitive to give us questions that you might actually enjoy listening to for three or four months later and we're happy to answer those So again we'll talk online at gmail.com. Thank you for everybody. Who's sticks with us through this weird quarterly schedule? But this this is what we do now. Yeah so we're happy Thanksgiving Merry Christmas and New Year. Yeah I guess we'll probably see in two thousand twenty. Maybe happy leak day. I don't know we may get before. Hopefully it'll be. I don't know I lost track. I forgot that this record thing. I should just keep it with the quarterly. Guild instructor payments. That's a quarterly thing. That have my schedule. I should just put it on. I'm paying Matt. Got talked to him what it costs to get him on the other. Call here check. Where's my check clear? Then Gananoque just means the next would talk. I won't be on it because markle wait all right. 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Lee Miller: Fashion in Wartime Britain, an interview with Ami Bouhassane and Amber Butchart

Dressed: The History of Fashion

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Lee Miller: Fashion in Wartime Britain, an interview with Ami Bouhassane and Amber Butchart

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They're seeking find hidden pictures. Spot the difference challenges and so much more fun all set in the glamorous nineteen twenties download. June's journey now for free on your favorite app store and on desktop through amazon and facebook dress. The history of fashion is the production of iheartradio suffer. Seven billion people in the world. We all have won the and common every day. We all get dressed. While couldn't you trust the history of fashion. A podcast where we export the who. What went of why we wear. We are fashion. Historians and your host cast zachary and april. Kelly and so casts. The subject of today's podcast was once described by a friend as quote an american free spirit wrapped in the body of a greek goddess. Someone to describe me like and of her own life. She also once remarked that she quote didn't waste a minute all my life and by the end of this episode dress listeners. I'm sure that all of you will certainly agree. Because for the last four seasons of dress i have really really wanted to do an episode on the inevitable the fearless and the force of nature. That was lee miller and it is because lee's life and career was so incredibly extraordinary that we will focus on but a small sliver of it today and that is the year surrounding world war two so perhaps april a brief bio is in order to set the scene before we introduced. Today's guests showy. Yes certainly please take it away. Born elizabeth miller in poughkeepsie new york in nineteen o seven lee she was later known was often the subject growing up of her father's amateur photography. This role of model would turn professional following a chance. Meeting with vogue publisher conde nast in nineteen twenty seven described as quote. One of the most beautiful women of the twentieth century now found herself in the position of model and muse to now legendary photographers and modern artists that included some people. You may or may not have heard of edward steichen. John cocteau pablo picasso and man ray and man. Ray went on to become not only miller's lover but also her teacher and get this. This is how this went out. She tracked him down and paris with an introduction letter from picasso in her hand that it to him and summarily informed him that she was his new photography student. You know this. This really kind of like describes her fearlessness and her personality and after she started studying photography it wasn't long before she transitioned from taking her own self s- to the other side of the camera. No longer the model but the photographer on fashioned shoots and then in the early nineteen thirty. She set up her own photography studio in new york city and there. She quickly found success in both commercial photography fashion photography and also fine art photography. Working in the surrealist genre leeann married egyptian businessman aziz louis bay and nineteen thirty four and the couple lived in cairo for several years before lee returned to paris. She did this in nineteen thirty seven and it was reportedly because she was disillusioned with her marriage and life in egypt. It was now in europe that today's story picks up and we are so delighted to welcome not one but two guests. Today's show amy boo hussein. Lee miller's granddaughter joins us as does fashion story and pass dress guest ambert bouchart. They join us to discuss their book. Lee miller fashion in wartime britain which also features contributions by robin moore. This book companies and exhibition of lee miller's fashion photography currently on view in east sussex england or amy serves currently as a trustee and co director of the lee miller our ties the pin rose collection. And farley's house and gallery on the site of her grandparents former state and many of our listeners may already know amber as a media personality in the uk. She is the host of the wonderful television series a stitch in time which is now available in the us on net flicks and also her appearance on the great british sewing. Be so check out. Both of her television shows ladies. Thank you for joining us today. Ladies thank you so much for joining us today on dressed. What a treat to get to speak with you both about lee miller say what's happening is ugly amy. My first question is for you. Your grandmother really led an exceptional life not have always been perfect but she was really one of those avant-garde spirits and a kind of a shining example of the quote unquote modern woman of the early twentieth century who've really thought for herself and kind of moved through the world as she saw fit you know she was in her twenties in paris during the nineteen twenties which was an incredible period of time to live through. I'm sure and correct me. If i'm wrong but i think she passed around the time that you were born so you have gotten to know her through your family and also your work and you have been the trustee of lease extensive archive and also the co director of our former estate. Farley's house and i think we'll get touch on the significance of our lace house a little bit later in the episode but you have been working with grandmothers worked professionally for the last twenty years. So could you tell us a little bit. About the lee miller archives and i do believe that a lot of the images that are included in the book haven't really been seen before or perhaps since their original date of publication which in many cases was around seventy five years ago. She is amazing isn't she. I fail really privileged that that she's this inspiring women that like growth boundaries and see for look katie have been able to work and care for her legacy and that is my own family history as well so i kind of get paid to echo my family history the all quite scott more than sixty thousand negatives who twenty thousand vintage prints more than twenty thousand pages of money scripts and notes that she made as well as we had she have some original. Close to and yeah. I mean you're right. The most of the pictures in the book haven't been seen since they were first published so that this exit this the the the in the exhibition are is quake. So i seem for us. Yes yes yes. Yes i'm how long has the archive in in working order. It started actually partly my folks because as you said i was born Just actually three months before lee died. Say we met but we didn't have any great chats or anything. Although apparently are we sick on her shoulder. So i think i'm one of the few people in the world that can claim to vomited on lee miller but basically my mom wanted baby pictures of my dad to compare us and jr. My granddad violent knew where she might find any and he was like. Oh you know think they might be semi. Some books is in the attic of some pictures. Roy at the back. Have a have a little lurk so she went up and instead of finding baby pictures of my dad. She found they lead. I combats manuscript that. She wishes writing about the cg molly and the photographs of the the bombing and the fighting and she brought it down in shade. It's my dad's and he had no idea that his moment done that. And he just was gripped of wanted to find out who she really was what she'd really done and there and then the two of them kind of started mid iraq ice in. it's been going for forty. Three's it's amazing. I would love to come visit some day and see all of the treasures that are surely in there many of them. Of course. I think there's around around one hundred images in the book and the book actually encompasses but a slice of lee's career as a photographer specifically her work in british fashion during the years of world. War two from nineteen thirty nine to early nineteen forty four so amber question for you as our fashion historian. I'm hoping you might be able to tell us a little bit. About what sort of impact. World war two hat on british fashion particularly during these first few years of the war well the first team Relying had a huge impact on of course on everything in brereton the cost of living itself raise by about twenty five percents things became hugely more expensive. It was much much much more difficult for people to go about their lives as they had done before the wolf for a number of reasons and they still say hugely impacted the way that people would dressing and there were a few different reasons to that. Firstly you start to see huge numbers of people in uniform like people in uniform really proliferated. Not only people who were seeing active service on the front will fronts but also people working in auxiliary services in britain really all over the place and with that with that focus on uniform you start to see other aspects of really full more fashion dropping out a few obey becoming less simpleton evening dress for example you get some reports in fashion magazines talking about you know how embarrassing it would be a few wearing a really fancy evening gown next to someone in uniform and so there's this real shift especially four. I guess people who would be reading sort of society magazine says this real shift in terms of they codes of clothing. That are accessible. Yeah i think maybe we'll talk about this little bit at the end of the episode. But i think that there are some very distinct parallels to be made to. What's happened to all of us in twenty twenty and twenty twenty one in terms of like the predominance of less formal modes of dressing. So amy my next question is for you because of course your grandmother was american. She was born in new york state. And how did she find herself in london at the outbreak of world war two because really this was a period of time when americans in europe were returning back to the states you know for the comparative safety of america not necessarily venturing out into the world towards the conflict yet. It's kind of backwards. But then she quite liked to challenge out how nice she moved. Mostly because of to london. Mostly because of my granddad. He'd been trying to woo her for two years away from her rejection at it was just very bad timing that they arrived in england on the day. That britain declared war. But she she wrote to her older brother. Joan back in poughkeepsie. New york That she felt that she'd fought and struggled hard two years ago to live in europe and choose her friends and their way of living and then she couldn't leave now just because there was a scarcity of butter and you say felt that maybe with the photography where that she was doing that might help by gum yes. She's kind of wanted to do what she could. Even though america hadn't yet become put the will and what she did. The part that she played had a great deal to do with british folk. They kind of scooper up and recruit her to work for them. Pretty much right away. And can you tell us a little bit about the circumstances of her employment at british vogue because they've really put her to work and she also had this long standing relationship with american vogue. If you could touch on that a bit yeah. I mean originate. She was at american in england and she didn't have a working basis. Say she couldn't work. Does she go to less from from american vogue asking her would they all stare if she could go work british very but actually she's run this dj there but she actually started off just by volunteering because she didn't have a working visa. She worked freelance for them throughout the wool but she became really early on. She became british folks main contributor because mice. The mail truck visit been called up and they really needed somebody that could step into a new. The high standards of oke trophy. She'd worked for american folk. I mean she started off as a moto in in late twenties. But by september nineteen thirty. She transitioned to the other side. She was in paris and her photography. Fashion was appearing in american vogue. She says she was contributing to american from paris and then when she went back to new york in one thousand nine hundred ninety two she say worked for them there so they knew they knew that she was had a good standard of photography and in addition to her amazing editorial spreads that she was producing for the magazine. They had a working on all sorts of other catalogues and projects. And is there anything that she couldn't do. I mean she was a powerhouse. basically he was absolutely prolific. no i don't think there was immagination and amazing creative flair. I mean you've got to imagine the owes like vokes. Today's was bombed once it caught. Fire a couple of times may sometimes. That's where the neighboring buildings still smoldering so often they couldn't use the studio. They were going out into the streets years. Having to find wade locations to do the shoots and these ways of showing things that weren't previously fashionable and make him look fashionable unappealing an amber It's noted in the catalogue for the exhibition. The book that we're discussing today. That and i love the fact that you guys have alighted the name of british vote just refer to it moving forward as rogue. This is the first time i have heard this. That's what they did and french for quiz called frog. That's what they do that. I don't know how fashioned story and i've completely missed this fact but it's great i'm gonna use it from on. But apparently brogue never skipped a single issue during the six years leading up to and kind of surrounding the war so ember why was keeping the fashion press moving forward important at this time. This was important because united. This was obviously a time where a few channels of communication than we have today and so women's magazines like break. What's quite closely with the ministry of information so that they could be real source of information of tips in providing this quite useful information to readers. Now it wasn't without entirely without control versi. That was in fact a welsh. Mp who really complained was absolutely outraged that they was being published still was being published on quite superior paper Essentially what he termed ads for not re products. It was seen as really killed so with the directives that were coming from the board of trade and things like that and the government's but it did have two hugely chiefs the amount that it was you know it was down to about nineteen point five percent of the pre will usage of paper. Things like this and it did genuinely provides an important role important information for women who say the editor yuji with is You know he had a fantastic relationship with lee miller. She really encouraged women to shed their copies by and there was a survey done after the war that said they believed the each issue if they had probably been read by about fourteen different women. Oh yeah so we all sing a huge amount of sharing of this of this it becoming a real time providing it really important information and also kind of directives that wander into my next question for you because as we move further into the war period many different forms of rationing were put in place including clothing rationing. So can you tell us a little bit more about this. How the system for rationing worked in britain and also a little bit about the amazing incredible government scheme for utility fashions. Yes the show. We'll clothing rationing came into effect in britain in gene in one thousand nine hundred forty one and this was announced david the radio and made it kind of a little bit quiet because they didn't want and again you similar to what we a pandemic law share with people panic buying. They didn't want people going out and panic buying they wanted to be able to introduce this and without too much fuss is essentially so it was so sick. Declared was declared over the radio and will receive with. This is that you get coupons. Being introduced clothing rationing is essentially sort of the implementation of state controlled production to ensure fair distribution and. I think that's really important to keep in mind because it was helpful in that it can consent materials for the war effort. It will say cetinje conserve labor for the war effort. We sing some factories being requisitioned for war. Yes but crucially. We've seen this huge inflation in the cost of living in the first months will remain and there is no equal access to clothing. And so they've got is brought out with rationing needing creepy as well as money to be able to quit thing and then all say the utility power lauda. Which is bruce in the next year in nineteen foods he'd save and this lasts for about a decade was saying this last into the nineteen fifties is not just the extra periods of warfare as they with utility credits that made from a limited range of quality controlled fabrics so again. This is all about creating efficiency in factories and it also means that this the really solid caliber of price regulated clothing being produced. So it's again. It's about distribution. So it's really in terms of fashion. History is really interesting period in british history because it is the state regulation the kind of which we haven't seen before or since really but it meant you know the idea behind. It was about people whether you're rich or whether you're cool. Being able to access quality craving i had the occasion one time in museum collections to see several different pieces of of garments from the utility scheme and also i randomly found one in a vintage store many many years ago. That is highly rial. I know and i was shopping with fellow fashion historian friend and she was already working on this kind of periods. As it's yours it's yours is yours. Take it before. I take it but if i was one of those kinds of thrilling moments when your heart starts beating really fast and you're like oh they don't know what that is but we know that is so that was very fun and i think that some of our listeners might be rather surprised to learn that a few of the top british designers of this period were actually contributing designs to the utility close. Why does their participation important. Yes the same that. The ability scheme launches y-y-you cb introduction of the incorporated society of london fashion designers fantastic name which was shown to inc suck which likely say was in some of the top british designers of the day grouping together for this particular purpose. People like norman. Hartnell digby moton beyond mosca etc cetera. Now one of the real reasons for this was about creating clothing for exports and this is actually a real lying. The running. Three by british and american vague. The first few years of war as well is that american read is really encouraged by british fashion. Because it will. I think there was an article that said it will. Fashion pays two planes and supplies. And this idea that you know americans. Buying british fashion is really doing your bit of the war efforts and so lot of these designers a creating designs for exports now the government also gets them on board to anonymously create some designs. Fool the utility thing with the aim of kinds of really you know sort of glamorize it and the advantage of this utility craving also is part rationing era austerity directives. That are brought in saying how much she can have on your scenes. Hallo hens can be. How many pockets. He can have again to concert materials. But this austerity directives sounds procedure. Rab obviously and so. I think bruening soak designers was remains of just encouraging people that to stick with the program. Basically this ba- glamorous this can be fun and you have who have have seen some of the utility. Pc's some absolutely gorgeous. There is definitely. There were no restrictions on collar some of the pieces you can find in collections and museums in the high of really bright. Really really nice designs. It's not sure exactly. How many of the designs went into production but you can find some in collections and museums and it was certainly a really important marketing drive. Yeah sure at any you know for a fashion photographer who is used to having so many resources at their fingertips in terms of styling issue and beautiful extravagant designs that they're going to feature. I'm sure this periods austerity measures were a little bit of a challenge for li. But she took them on with great aplomb. I would argue. We all have one that unwanted guests at stays way passes. Welcome and just will not go away. Oh yeah and they are extra noticeable now that we have all been spending more time at home and of course apron. I are talking about that nuisance odor. You just cannot get rid of no matter. How many scented candles or in my case incense you and that's why we've added fresh wave to our regular cleaning roussines. You know if you have a musty basement or some funky fitness gear your pets favourite couch spot which i know a lot about that no matter what the problem odor fresh waves can solve it. 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It's a bit more obvious there's You know a couple of images in of fashion models in front of positive ripple and that's kind of like oh there is a war on but it's also included purposefully because some of these pictures were going to be going to american vague and it was another way of getting that message across some of them are less obvious. There's a maternity coat with this amazing kind of crisscross passan in black. It looks like it's black arises pitches black white but is cross pattern along the back and lee shot the women from the back in streets and on the streets. The trees have similar loins painted on them. Which looks like it's supposed to be part of the set. But actually the lines are painted on the trees because during the the blitz you couldn't have streetlights and the white lines versus stopped people from driving into the trees down there or occasionally. There's a malbak coat fashioned shot whether women's in the middle of hamster tape which is a big cut grassi park in london and in the distance in the sky you can see Defense barrage balloons in the air say it ranges and these are incredible descriptions that you have just provided for us. There are approximately one hundred images in the book. And i'm sure both of you have favorites. Would both of you pick one or two and described them for our listeners. Some of my favorites some that. I actually referenced in the cats look as well. It's from a sheets cooled. Fashions full factories. And what i love about these is that it really shows how the as an institution helped he shift the paradigm of femininity a space tree fashion and that was really one of the key roles of information coming through in various was to say you can work in a factory. You can wear connects. Hillary says whatever you do. You can still be glamorous because there was still this idea you know the board of trade in nineteen forty had said you must remain united to keep up. You'll morale you must maintain a good appearance if you are women. Obviously if you're managers massive if you're women that's what you have today and say these pages Women working in factories wearing boiler seats and is just pule utilitarian. Chic essentially you sing. These quite tailored boiler seats wave at tapering legs tapering in at the ankles and little shoulders as well so there's clearly being an eye on fashion which is also what they read. The writers in bay were encouraging for for uniforms. Think about fashion as well when you creating uniforms. Full women's wear and they do up the back with these buttons and it's they just absolutely glorious in. It's this sort of thing he could see again. Now i work whereas so on very the moment that i think he could really see these images in vague and just show women at work for me. It really sums a the best of that kind of all time. Glamour really really beautiful is interesting because we see parallels. The united states as well with american designers designing specific collections for women doing warmer in the factories which is quite interesting. Amy do you have a favorite or to surly hard. I mean already. They hundred came out of six thousand negatives because they were so prolific. And that's why why we wanted to put this book. Together is because lee is known for her. War correspondent gwen. She's reporting with the with the american forces they going through europe but actually she was prolific. Gee what she had so many pictures. This one hundred is our favorite one hundred from six thousand and then to choose a favorite. From what i love about. Her fashion tokfay in general is that she allows the motives are a lot of the times have their own personality. That not deadpan. There's a couple of really sassy looking lady. And either narrow lot about fashioned so icon folk about wonderfully tailored boiler seats like amber can. But i just. I love it. You feel the essence of the model. You fail the essence of lay and the imagination one One show is gorgeous state with a hood and the the modal who's holding Cats and in the background the background leash chosen is a of egg boxes. Just plastered on the wall. You know like the cheap version of soundproofing room. She's done that for a shoot that she's done for woolen clothes woolen warms. She's chosen to do the sheets in taxidermist shop. Save stuff down a moose around these ladies. That are tried to whom in the winter. It's just i. I love it because it shows how personality and it's different than unique. I love that picture with accounts it so goods and also simulated a taxidermy. There's a series of pitches that she's taken of women sort of going about their business. So there's one of this woman wearing this Beautifully tailored skirt seats and she's shopping for mumps and another woman. She's holding a bunch of radishes. You're like why you got dishes working with. What shit guts totally. But i i love the. I just know he can see that she's thought sha flair and i think although is stereotype though she has to she and audrey with is the editor of bike. We're really trying to push the idea of promoting british fashion and what needed to be done to to help the war effort the that she really kind of does it with flair and imagination despite the restrictions. Yeah well and i think you know one could argue that. She had spent years in front of the camera so she knew both sides and she kind of knew what ask from those models in an how to extract it from them as well. Yeah i think so. I think she will say Knows how to make them feel comfortable. I'm really glad you mentioned what needed to be done for the war because in the book it's noted that one of lee's biographers observed. She realized that vote could be a powerful weapon of war. So how so. She knew that she would. She was a woman she's not allowed to fight and even when she became a women war. Correspondents in december nineteen forty two. She actually was a positive female. Women's will correspondents accreditation is that you're not allowed to cover combat. Say she couldn't. She knew she couldn't carry a gun. So what what's her next best weapon. It's her camera and she knew that by by seizing that fashion by permitting short has your year for the factory workers i mean the turban as a way of keeping your hair back with something that she covered in the fashion factories or school and constant articles. About having habak. Having your head short it was essential for women to do that but before that long hair had been the elegant fashion she. She felt that this was the best way that she could flight and help her friends. In paris i mean paris was occupied by the nazis. Quite early on and many of declared friends with still the she had such a connection with the place and i think the war surrounding her while she is working at a fashion magazine was obviously on her mind because robin your and his essay which is also in the book he actually quotes lee writing to her parents in nineteen forty one. Saying it's pretty silly to go on working on a frivolous paper like vogue though it may be good for the country's morale it's hell on mine. So this internal conflict on her end is obviously present probably for years in partway through nineteen. Forty four she shifts skiers away from fashion. And i'm hoping one of you could touch on how. She continued to contribute to vogue over the next eighteen months because she wasn't necessarily shooting fashion. Yeah i mean bef- when she got home we'll correspondence part in december forty three. She initially used that to give her access to photograph across for other women. Were doing in britain. So she covered the the women in the royal navy. Wrens women's land army the searchlight battery and then as soon as she could she was itching to be able to do more relevant content. And it's kind of crazy when you see the schools that she dispatched from the front which tossing just off the d day in normandy. And she's following the the us army in the third division. Mostly you kind of couldn't imagine those appearing invoked today the way that she writes the vivid images of of complex there but when she got to paris at the liberation of paris. She was almost by british vogue and american to stay there and help relaunch french folk. So she's going off to cover the battle of the boat or the face fighting in alsace and the liberation of luxembourg. Coming back to paris shooting french fashion to send to britain and to help relaunch french folks freshen. His is always there. But it's kind of inbetween battles. Yeah i mean this hat. My mind is blown. I mean how can you do this. How can your mind switch gears like that so easily. An end to see some of the things that she saw on the battlefield. 'cause she was at the liberation of doc out and bougainville as well correct. Yeah i mean she was. She was four the prison camp. She went towed. If pending become loud and then the liberation of checkout the morning the morning after And you know what she witnessed was with horrific and it was something that would call her for the rest of my life that she had to learn to live with with those images and suffered from what today is known as ptsd post traumatic stress disorder. And in those days. They didn't even have a name for it. They just put up and shut up and did the british stiff-upper-lip thing and go on with things But there was a lot of a of people postwar. Was it just her. That really had so much to do with in in the mental mental wellbeing. Thank is also important as well to remember what amy said earlier about wittman correspondence not being able to cover citing She ended up at the siege of somali by accidents. There was like a communication error and she ended up there and fighting was still ongoing and she ended up pretty much. The only reporter on her body of work is is so incredible Let you were saying just incredible. The things she was saying and she for that in particular she wasn't even space to be there and she go to sort of slight so of telling off afterwards. Because you know she wasn't space to reporting on this actual service and she was all saying writing on cycles as well at this point to elect. He accompanied the pictures in her. Writing is incredible. She was an amazing writer. as well. as an amazing it's poker fez. She was really able to encapsulate the emotion that when say vividly with the pictures she was taking. It really is just unbelievable. And the fact that this was featured in vague is just staggering. And something i mean. It was an unusual move at the time for a fashion magazine to cover the war this extensively and some of these images are quite graphic. Be remembered it this time. Women didn't really read newspapers. Women only really read fashion magazines. This sometimes the ernie way that they would know what was happening. And when when oj with was laid the vogue editor decisions feud about it. She she said it just made vogue that more relevant in that more topical to it's it's female audience at the time. An amazon said about lee's writing surgery. I think positive because she was expelled from school about four times and she didn't have any full more training as a writer. Say she But she was really well read. She loved perks but say when she writes there's no pretence there's no kind of trying to follow some literates style. She just says it house he sees it on. It's really greasy and really rule. And you really. You feel like you're sitting with her. Even the that was written seventy five eight years ago is also really interesting seeing the different reactions of the Additives to what they would publish of. However as well because there is especially with the The prison camp the concentration camp images. It was a real difference in. We'll audrey with his published in vogue. And more edna woman chase published in american bike and if it is really brilliant burke who dressed the war about orgy with by by jelly summit which i would really recommend anyone to read. He's interested in this period as well as the bit way discussing today of course and and just seeing these discussions in how they decided how to handle these images that you would never on any the second senses. Imagine being published in a fashion magazine is is really fascinating to read. I think like by the time the judice death count pages came out britain. Just agency kind of reflects. Leo's reflects the mood of the different nations. By the time the prison camp images were coming from late british folk. The british public had just had enough of the wool unwanted to be over whereas in the american papers. It was more. It seems like it was more. They were like this is why we went to war and they were showing them. This is why we went in and this why we made the decision to joy and that big is more than a whole page image that they published in american very under the title. Believe it which is a pile of dead bodies skeletal. Dead bodies piled up like like a woodpile Is just huge huge hitting. And i could not imagine it being published today. I mean seeing it now even after seeing many many many images my entire life is still hits. Pretty hard here. 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New-look is kind of a this much mythology sizing about this particular period and say for me. When i began really index researching lima's work in this area. I was so fascinated by the absolutely central role that she played in all of these discussions. That were happening because it was from high reporting back to british United the fashions that some women in fronts wearing which is so completely different and people in britain which just outraged by by the fact. This could be happening. That was labor paper coop daily herald and they talked about. They reported on paris as being city of staggering. Contrasts expensive perfumes in shop windows coupons to bread fashion parades in extravagant silence keys potatoes. And i think that summed up quite nicely and you can really see this contradiction in this tension in the fashion repechage. that luminaries doing from paris from abrasion. Because there's this huge debate a the question of collaboration essentially a nisus covet in a huge amount of detail. Really britney's i'm sure listeners. To this folks will night in a bit cool paris. Fashion world to edited by taylor murray mclauchlan which is absolutely fantastic and this notion of lucian along the head of couture in france he managed to keep the industry in france. When the nazis wanted to me to berlin to australia he claimed he succeeded in saving many many jobs and potentially people's lives however they had he was forced areas -ation under nazi rule. It was this question of is this collaboration. Or is this not collaboration and lease reporting israeli at the center of that and they loudly she malone to sort of put forward his own opinion in conversations that happened throughout various different international because she was will say that Help to reinstate french by as well but you can see. There is a bit of sort of contrast in the way that she's writing about the french fashions that she seeing and she's talking about. It is an active resistance which is also very interesting fashion theorists to consider because i think this is something that we think about quite a law in in fashion education especially an as united. Let this idea fashion as resistance in. It's something she's talking about this idea. That what he has to cools frenchwomen wearing these huge allowing skirts. Because it's a sign of defiance against the nazis whereas that was vidrie different named brinson uneven. You know in nineteen forty seven when was newly launched. Britain is still seeing fabric rationing. We still have utility quieting and the board of trade really so speak out against these styles even not point who use off the wall so she's just central to all of these discussions to the very nation of. What is the future fashion today. One of my all time favorite images period hands down by any photographer ever has to be one of lee's from this time period and it shot in the basement of a hair salon. And i'm sure both of you know it well and there are two gentlemen on a tandem bike pedaling. And but basically is happening is they are powering. The hairdryers that are connected through these giant like duct tubes that women are getting their hair dried and the floor above. I mean how did she even find. Some of the things happening there. Truly incredible is absolutely amazing. And you know there were. There was an co lack of electricity in paris. Blackouts and yet. Still these cool presentations happening. I think is that rails of dichotomy data is just seem so shocking to the outside world so despite the fact that she was covering fashion in paris and also helping relaunch french folk which by the way had been shut down by the nazis. Officially debris fit hidden the politics. The machinery said that if they couldn't get hold of and use it for their means as well. Yeah that's great. She comes back to england. Amy and i think she continues to work a little bit with fashion here and there in those years that followed but amer you write in the book that she became disillusioned with fashion after the war. So amy i'm hoping you can tell us a little bit more about that. And what your grandmother's life look like after world war two and also as promised earlier i'd like to talk about the significance of farley's house. Yeah i think abbas abbas rights When you've witnessed life changing events and so just that you've been chatting with a few minutes before dead in a ditch next year when you come back to england expected to then continued to shoot fashion. It's little bit futile. You can tell through her photographs that she's desperately trying to reach inside and find the energy and the imagination on the creativity that she had invested in it before the war. When there was more of a purpose. I mean during the war on before the will when she had more purpose and she tries to make yourself do it. Invoke are amazing. They really try to support her and and help the but she's got all these damon's in her heads these things that you that you just can't you can't forget those kind of pictures and in the end. She just found it too difficult. We have a theory the archives that now that we know that more about ptsd which is what she suffered from. We think she suffered from after the war is the ptsd has triggers. And you know and they can be kind of quite a things that are unexpected. And we think that she possibly had some kind of traeger associated with taking fashion pictures or that kind of reporters that she was doing because it becomes harder and harder for her to do she does. I mean they sent her to sicily to do an amazing kind of fashion on holidays. Shoot in nineteen forty nine and the pages are technically really great. But they've not got that kind of the lee miller quirky but of personality in them. They're bit their little bit slots and in the end. I think she learned to live with. Ptsd depression by stopping doing it and hiding stuff in the asiatic and by then completely reinventing herself as a gourmet cook for the last fifteen years of her life spent every time someone else care about the war. She took him how cooking. Oh tell them to talk somebody else about it and she died. A celebrity cook in britain and is great is a great way of you. Know having to talk about it and triggering These memories if you talking about police spaghetti and cauliflower breasts. it's interesting. This is a funny little like connection. Because at one point when rudy gernrich the american designer decided to retire. He launched a line of gourmet soups. So apparently this is something that folks in the fashion world decided to turn to clicking. Yeah well i think an follies was very much the basis. If where she did this this is here. I'm actually sitting in follies amendment. Hey she made her little herb garden that she put near the kitchen so she could just stuck out quickly and get some fresh herbs. She had an orchard. She had a giant vegetable garden that she would get her parents to send her seeds over from america because she decided that english sweetcorn was disgusting and only grind defeat horses on and they needed american. Sweet i mean she would get into lots of trouble for importing foreign seats nowadays but there is a lot of different things growing in the garden and she just loved it. And when you've lived through the war and witnessed people who have literally starved to death being able to sit down with people who you genuinely care about and who've survived the same kind of ordeals and just share a meal. Which for her you know she still had this amazing creativity amazing mind so using rationing was still there is a restriction so that may have to flex creativity at even more and using that to create a really lovely dish or slightly bonkers dish that she could then share with her friends over. Visitors was really quite a cathartic thing at an friends and visitors. To farley's house. Oh my because really like within her circle of very close friends are so many luminaries of modern art which you talk a little bit about that aspect of her life and and her role within the surrealist movement gush. I think i think my favorite of her friends dorothy telling because she is just one awesome lady and She came here with lots and was super supportive. Totally when she was trying to deal with her demons but maxence oversee came. We're here a lot to a passer. Came stay and she cooked for him and picasso. Had she known since the late thirties when he painted her portrait more than six times Leonora carrington she came here in the sixties with her sons. Gorse is basically the who's who of twenty century. All artists literary figures set designers. Pay any you name it. They've probably been there and not just really starts associated There's a lot of early british pop artists. That came here to like bridget. Riley terry hamilton people like that. And farley's house also includes galleries and your grandmother's art collection. We yeah i mean my granddad. Verlaine visit surrealist artists on a biographer of tap is monterey mirrow because they said they both had a quite a crazy aunt collection. But when i was at school and they were teaching us about twenty seven jail. I need to keep my mouth shut. Because sometimes you'd be looking at pictures and they'll be like so grim dad's house i mean. He's very famous picture. A weeping women that relates to gernika. That's in the take election. Used to be here while joining. So is that kind of caliber. They're not those those ones on on here anymore. But there's still quite an amazing collection and lit a female artists as well. He in those days when properly recognized that quite proud that they collected their work and some of the images from the book are currently on view the summer at farley's housing gallery in east sussex. Where can our listeners. Learn a little bit more if they happen to be in the area. The summer. the house is very much kept as it was when lien rarely lived here but the galleries they have shaved from the collections. And we always say show work from contemporary artists as well and you can find out more about it on a foti's website which is farley's house in garrido code. He and amber one last question for you. You know lee was new york born. She was paris trained. But you know. She made her mark in london during this period of time which was a very difficult period when british fashion wasn't flocks that we've been talking about today. Do you have any parting thoughts on lee's legacy to fashion photography from this era or moving forward to fashion photography i think. Certainly that sought cifs utilitarian. She elements that she that she drew on. I think he'll say the there is some comedy some humor in her work as well which. I think it's quite well. As a legacy within my brick to would of work created in britain unite the women wearing the five mosques and ice shields. This is one of the pictures in the book at wearing. These things is protection from incendiary bones but it looks very much like sort of modern art type in a surrealist or even slightly early like bio house type face show senate share is the pays quite amazing nec see sort of playing in the composition of the image as well But also i think moog rudely. I guess in times of legacy of the particular messages that she was putting food in very i think in some ways we're seeing a similar maidment t- that moment in the second world war in terms of the current editorship. We have a very grave at widad info who is doing such fantastic stuff with by in terms of addressing social issues and wider issues as well as fashion For me dice things completely. Just go hand in hand and it's so nice to see say much about folded back into road as the publication. Just one example. Last summer he puts key workers on the you during the pandemic on the covers of british by. But it's something that's addressed in every as she say she she's alongside fashion imagery in so. I think we're seeing a suit of moment that we haven't really seen in terms of british very since since the second world will in terms of that real marrying fashion and sexually. She's well and you can actually learn more. Go into this. A little bit further in terms of lease relevance within this period of time. Because amy you have your own podcast a meat. It just is not just me. I have Different guests on each episode and including amber i. She's my best best guest and they will address kind of different aspects around lee's british fashion photography and the title of the podcast is the same as the burke handily lamilla fashion in wartime britain. And actually the book is going to be available very soon in america says worth looking out for that of the podcast is available on spotify an acre or you can find it on the limiter archives which is limited dot co dot. Uk website on the news page or the forties housing buttery website on the events. Page ladies. thank you so much for joining us to talk about this incredible amazing. I don't even know very rarely. Do i get speechless on the show. But but what do you say about li. I mean she was something that we all aspire to be. I would agree with that. Definitely thank you so much for having your site pro in. Thank you for having us. And it's been great meeting you. Amy amber. thank you so much for joining us for this. Glimpse into lee miller's work and world at this time if this has left any of our listeners curious about the photographs and the book. We've been discussing today. Lee miller fashion and wartime britain which was formerly only available in the uk. Well it is now available in the us distributed by chicago books and we will put some additional reading rex for other biographies on. Lee miller our show notes. And if you are yearning to see some of lee's work in person boy. Are you in luck because the exhibition of fashion photographs. That farley's house and gallery runs through august. Eighth of twenty twenty one and an exhibition of miller's work also just opened at the dali museum in saint petersburg florida the exhibition which is called the woman that broke boundaries photographer. 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Hour 4: Dana O'Neil

The Paul Finebaum Show

33:01 min | 4 months ago

Hour 4: Dana O'Neil

"We want the best of both worlds. We want a hybrid a smarter. Hybrid cloud approach ibm helps retailers manage supply chains with watson. Ai while predicting demands with these the world is going hybrid with ibm visit. Ibm dot com slash. Hybrid cloud cried passion than patron tree of college. Football leaves here. This paul finebaum. Show our four podcast. He arrived for the final hour on a wednesday afternoon. We thank you for being part of this program. We've talked about this since the story broke a couple of days ago and most of the Shrapnel has been heading in the direction of mark the president of the nc double a. In the latest coming from the athletic from dana o'neil the outstanding writer and columnist air under the heading. Ncwa president mark. Ambert doesn't get it because clearly he's just not capable of doing so was the piece in the athletic is an viscera eating. Take down of the man who is supposedly in charge of college athletics. Dana joins us now. Dana o'neil dan. Thank you for the time. It's great to have you here. And what an amazing piece you've written and you just wonder. Sometimes when people will learn but often their arrogance and hubris gets in the way thanks for the time. And let's hear from you. What is going on with mark emmer pulse like you said i mean this if this were a first timer a one off. I think we'd all be like all right. Give the guy a break. He hasn't been in this situation before but he's been in countless situations of of complex and difficult crises in his in his tenure at the ncaa and his reaction time. If you will say as an athlete it's not very good He just you know i to me. There was a simple way to handle this. And that's to actors. It's one thing to have a crisis dropped in your lap. It's another about how you handle it. And he chose not to handle it. Yeah and and and the story broke the other day when when a young player from believe it was oregon. Put something out on social media. Everyone everyone reacted. And i want you to do this. In your piece go through the time line because emmer te got it at first and then it just got away from him. So what was his first reaction well on. And that's just i. I guess the first reaction was he no reaction i mean. He didn't do. They put out a statement at first saying that That space was never meant to be used as a weight room space where they're going to have one after the once. The sweet sixteen round started which made no sense men already have one And then he doubled back when we sat down with him a few reporters on friday saying well. He didn't have all the information that it was excusable. But he would get to the bottom of it and then the next day he talked to an economic group here in indiana and basically just said well. You know it wasn't meant to be the workout space anyway. But once the video got out a video out so it was it was like a hundred different reactions. None of them truthful or at least seemingly truthful and the simple solution was you know. I like it too like when a hurricane hits. The president of the united states doesn't go to fix the hurricane because he can't but he flies into figure out what's going on to help and talk to people that's what he needed to do. He needs to be in san antonio and said he was parading around hinkle fieldhouse in the first round of the men's games yeah and base on how you described it to the president probably wouldn't have had more security around him would he no. I don't think so. I mean yeah i mean like you know the old house so you know and it's a basketball game but people don't get terribly dressed up so when you see like a bunch of people on tuesday walking briskly by somebody in the middle you kinda turn around like with that and then i looked up with myself okay. It's mark emmer. I mean. I don't think he would have been accosted otherwise but there you have it not to pile on here but why not i. I was dumbfounded by his handling last summer when the world of college football was desperate pleading for someone to take charge and he went into some silo in in montana and couldn't be couldn't be found until the sport was almost destroyed. I mean what is he supposed to do. His job description now that he's been there for eleven years making millions and millions of dollars a year right and some level. It's a very difficult job right because you know as you know conference commissioners control a lot and in the ncaa. It's the board of directors and the council president to control a lot but theoretically at least in my opinion He can bring people together right. I mean and the football situation. He is not necessarily in position to make a decision on behalf of all of college football. But he isn't too as he did with basketball or as the mta but basketball to put out recommendations to get people in a room or zoom or whatever you want to get them in and have conversations. System consensus is reached. You know that to me. That's what dan gavitt did with college basketball this year for the men's basketball side and that's what he should have been doing much of this. I i think you know. I understand the difficulties of the position. Because it's a quote membership institution like. They like to remind us all the time but somebody has to be in charge of getting the members on the same page every once in awhile in dana. I i must be naive. Because i thought in this year of all years that there would be a quality at least in terms of how the tournaments are playing out but it looked like i was fairly naive thinking that that women in twenty twenty one we would even be remotely treated Not on the same level but at least was in on the continent as men but but apparently the the didn't turn out to be the case. That was my question. I actually asked mark amherst that question. I said so. Basically it's you're basically you're lining up okay. The men's tournament ten thousand square feet for a weight room. Don't you just say okay. The women's get ten thousand square feet of weight room. Space men get twenty five things that the women. It's like when i go christmas shopping. I make sure my kids the same number of boxes and nobody's angry with me right. It's the same idea you know i. It's not complicated. That's what i couldn't wrap my arms around. This is such a simple fix like. It's not only the right thing to do with a very easy thing to do. And that's when he said well he didn't have all the information. This is two days after the whole thing had spun out of control and i thought well jesus. Isn't that kind of your job to have the information by now. I don't have an answer for that because it's certainly in this day and age when we talk about gender equity and all these things people like to use a lot of words it seems important to make them you know in actuality but this particular when everyone is stuck in a quote bubble circumstance. It's really easy to do the same thing in both places. Yes it is dana. I i know we've been reading a lot about royalty lately and It was harry and meghan but he is. I know he's he wasn't appointed to this job for life. It just seems that way. It's actually funny that you said that. Because as i was ready my call and i kept thinking like i feel like. He's like the queen she's got that wave prospectively. All you know. All the people like tend to love the queen. They don't really love mark emmer but i thought the same thing like jet really do anything. But she's kinda there Yeah i mean there. There is certainly a comparison of kind of what is your impact at this point. And you know. I think that the president the problem with a lot of these committees within the ncaa. They all turn over right like you have. Somebody's on the committee for two years for six years and nobody wants to. Nobody gets rid of them. And then the next group comes in and the next group comes in and then he just kinda pass it down the line and nothing happened. I don't know if this will get people fired up enough to do anything. Nothing else has in the past. Like i said it's a thankless job. So somebody else that had to stand up for it But here we said it was just a mess. it's a silly method so easily avoided in. I know there's been reaction in your column. Certainly is very strong and fair and to the point but i wonder you tell me everyone said the right thing in the aftermath but it it does seem like because we were watching games today in the women's tournament this weekend in the men's that we're just going to keep marching on seeing who gets who gets to the final four and this will go away. Well that's certainly their hope. That was sort of the straw that broke the camel's back with me honestly as a prior to all of this stuff but the women's weight room the men had started a thing here hashtag not nca property which women also joined in and one of their requests was to meet with mark emmer and when we sat down with him he well. I can absolutely do that. Unfortunately you would have to be via zoom. Because he's not in the in the bubble and then he said yesterday that no. He's gonna wait till he to meet with them until after the tournament which was so calculated because obviously knows by then people will have since forgotten because tournament won't be in the spotlight and that's what they're all hoping for that. We're just gonna get and crown a couple of champions and we'll go onto the next kerfuffle. Whatever it's going to be the most important thing is that the checks will cash because this year and is going to be on television or it is on television. Yup one hundred percent. I mean that's that to me. Was the message sent by that decision to not me with the athletes. Now like you know. The business of basketball must march on. Your problems will come to later. Dana finally You know. I know a lot of very prominent people both inside The nc double a. ecosystem coaches administrators Outside very prominent players have spoken out but have the people that really matter in the industry spoken out people that that are critical to the infrastructure of this organization presidents commissioners leaders. Have we really heard much other than than than blanket statements from them or even have. We heard that not really. That's that's what's gonna happen. You know when you asked me earlier about whether or not anything's going to change. Ultimately athletes and coaches can say a lot and they have quite a bit. But it's it's really university president. I mean those are the ones who make these decisions at the highest level. It's not it's not even some level. The commissioners i think the commissioners could probably you know getting up some treatment among their presidents but ultimately it is up to the president to make the call and tell until they are aggravated or embarrassed. Enough nothing is going to change. No that is the one group as usual that we haven't heard from well. Thanks so much for being on i. It's it's i can never get enough of fair columns on mark so you have made my day data thank you. It's always great to talk to you. You'd be well you should've thanks for greatest great stuff. We're not piling on mark. amor te. he's he's he's welcomed. We're talking more about what he said. And how his story has been so inconsistent we will take more to come in the final forty five minutes of this show and we will talk to you right after this. You're listening to the paul. Finebaum show podcast. Do you own or rent your home. Share you and i bet it can be hard work you know. It's easy bundling policies with geico. Geico makes it easy to bundle your home owners renters insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com quote and see how much you could save. Its gyco easy visit. Geico dot com today. That's geiko dot com. We want the best of both worlds. We want a hybrid a smarter. Hybrid cloud approach with ibm helps retailers. Manage supply chains with watson. I while predicting demands with ease. The world is going hybrid with ibm. Visit ibm dot com slash hybrid cloud as we continue here on a wednesday afternoon. Gary is up next in virginia. Hello gary you. I'm doing great. Thank you i just Ever heard of art bail. Oh sure The the guy that used to be on late at night or he may still be. I don't know. I think he died. He died three years ago. I listened to him on youtube all the time. But i just wanted to tell you that I i loved him and respected him as a Interviewer and i considered you the same way with sports nasc- guy and in the morning i listen to Laurel and hardy for little But then i always catch your show in the afternoon because you're so respectful with people in I just wanted to tell you that that Your house my list because bio is right at topping you. You're really close back. thank you know. Our art Our bill was An overnight and national talk show host for many many years He i. I used to hear him when i was up that late and i mean he his unconventional as best. I remember Yeah he he really was he he just. His topics were very controversial at sometimes. And that's what made its good. Will gary thank you. I don't know how to thank you enough for putting me at least in the same breath as our bill. That means a great deal. Well you're right there. And i just wanted to that. Thank you you be well and thanks for calling. Okay thank you very nice. Cat daddy is next ball looking good job and good talking about memphis memphis. Some live there might teach seventy nine. The mateen eighty six. And if you can. I drop some names of people i ran into. Lay it on me here. We go list down the people that i've met in to rufus thomas who yeah roof he was carlos dad wasn't he yes he did they hold on. Did the funky chicken song kidney. He'll they were stacked right and Also bb king. That's a big name. Cassius clay about cassius clay muhammad ali you met mohammed ali. Nestle hide hatton. They just open bill strip sure and it was a big ceremony and never lose their to. I wasn't but what it now. I crave it's nice over there. I i when i first moved here. No it's and i was there about two years ago. It's unbelievable. Oh it's not. We were standing on the corner across the budweiser them. And i think call was there at the time anyway. What's to come limousine up. And they'll be the day that rascal kick said the limo one. Who's in there and guess who got out mohammed ali. That's amazing and we all look. The outdoors is a sad autographs loss. And then the raider road. I've met The latest meriden cooked to elvis presley's also many of uncle and his wife priscilla We would go down two grades and took They'll be out there. You know to to place and syrup wrestlers in there. And she's just as nice as you be all you talking about. Who my my my my momma. But that famous people. I remember one saying was just say how i to get off gillian. Group is always you say that tastes both the black keys and the white keys at the piano. Play the star. That's great adelaide is dead daddy. That's amazing what what does it. What a story of some all memphis blues there. Hey thank you the call. Let's continue and check out. Mike was in west virginia. Hello mike how we are doing. Great thank you. I was gonna say with your fast as it'll be quitting school back before this pandemic star in it. I don't care much for you. Because i had read things a me being a big twelve Didn't really look into a been by getting going. Sorry about that You were one of the firms people to you know really fire back up the sports and that's why i started watching the show and since being i've watched just about every that i chance well mike thank you i. I hear where you're coming from and in this ridiculous to talk about yourself in the third person. But i'm glad you you experienced that. We're maybe not as bad as the as the bark seems to be but i also will say this. I think the pandemic changed this show too so you may have the right. I never watched it before. This plant them was off or something sports related. That's about all. I do mike. You think back to a year ago you think back to a year ago. Today there was not a single sports event going on anywhere really in the world not at all land. But that's that's wanted to tell you you're doing a great job. Keep it up on mike. Thank you Your comments made a great deal. You take care of yourself and appreciate it call again. Jeff is up next in florida. Hello jeff get good afternoon to you. Good afternoon to you paul First time caller. Thank you I just want to ask you something. should have jim ball been reinstated as michigan's football coach. No i don't think so. I think he he should have been let go. So do i. And then i wanna ask you. Secondly should after brady wins his eight super bowl. Should he be the next michigan football coach. You know i've never thought about that. But i think. Tom might be interested in being the head coach. There that would be pretty amazing Yes it would because He was like four all against ohio. State beat alabama as collegiate football player and then went on to win seven super bowls and And possibly an eight and then retire and then hopefully ann arbor will let our ball goal in higher brady. If he's interested keep keep pushing that when jeff thank you for the call i ca- yeah you never know what people do after retirement but That's a possibility. Ross is up next in birmingham. Hello ross call listen. I'm question for you. Won't comment at the end of the lsu game when they had some fairly decent chance of maybe getting back in. That was a no call on a on a foul on lsu players shooting and then there was a call all lsu on rebounding file now. Is it possible that the way do not well and gave a rent to the rest to key. Lsu out because they didn't want to be soil with all the crap that lsu is going through russia. If that did happen it would be one of the biggest scandals of all time. I don't i don't. I don't believe i always get accused of being naive when it comes to officiating and conspiracies and they're all kinds of out there but i would i would give the nc double a. the benefit of the doubt. I don't think so one more question out of all commentators announcers analyst not one of them made any comment about the no call obvious foul on lsu. Now why did that happen. I'm trying to remember. Who did the game for was on. tbs Did you remember who the who the broadcasters were. No idea ross. I don't know that. Because that's that is the job of the commentator as a game is unfolding to describe what is going on and a call like that as important as it was should have been should have been explained delays whether whether they thought it was a bad caller nuts. I should have explained why there was. There was no call it was it was obvious and show lady got hats going to the basket and no one comment and not be announced installing the game not the analyst afterwards and it seems to louis the nc and the tournament all lsu into to progress. Because they didn't want to get caught up in and lsu which would have been brought to the forefront if lsu the might swell ross. I do agree with you on that. I thought their seed was low. And if lsu had gone to the final four you. And i both know that we'll wade would have been at the center of the attention. Oh and one more comment if i may You know we're talking about all this and activity and and lsu's Doing nothing of a abou- their current situation Even though kansas is kicking people to the car is possible. That lsu is holding onto that holding on bad with the coaching and administration. Because they don't want the player sexual misconduct an athlete sexual misconduct to come to lie. Also so that they've got a time bomb and they can deal with amanda. You may be right about that. I also think raw. Sometimes we're up against a break here. The these stories they do sound terrible. And and i i would agree with everyone down there. That has commented on it. But you also have to put the puzzle together. I don't i don't know what they know the less miles case he probably should have something more should have happened to him than what happened. But when you get too many lawyers involved you are going to get really squirrelly results. We're up against a break. Let's continue with your phone calls at eight five five two four two seven two eight five. We still have thirty minutes ago. Listening to the paul finebaum. Show podcast if we're back in. It's great to have all of you here on a late wednesday after noon. Let's talk to gm from tuscaloosa. So not that. Jim jim doing. We're doing well. Thank you. I i was just i was just wondering i was just wondering whether you're big big todd hoops fan. I was thinking what are you. What are you what are you what are your actual opinions on the tide winning at all this year. Well i if you into a casino in vegas. I would not that would be my first pick. I think they're i think they have one big mound overcome. And that's guns aga- yeah you don't think. Follow up question after that so michigan. Fsu what do you think about that match up. I really think. Fsu might be more difficult than michigan. I like alabama's chance i agree. I think the better team. I honestly then michigan. They probably are right now. They may not be in two weeks but doesn't matter in two weeks so i i really. I'm pretty pretty high on alabama getting out of that regional. And by the way i mean i know it's fun to talk about but if alabama got to the final four roll the dice differences. Make exactly everybody's got with four. Yeah you know something can happen again jack. I don't think anything's going to happen to them. But it's a good question though. Hey thank you very much a really good to hear from you. paul is up next in alabama. Hello paul how you doing today. Pau we are doing wonderful. How about you. Oh doing well. Alabama women got blown away today And i didn't get to watch it but it reminded me of Former alabama player. That new well betsy harris. Do you remember her vaguely. I do yeah. She was from Decatur alabama mississippi rather Header implies one time. When did when did win betsy play. I'm trying to remember. It was In the nineties okay She was at one time. The highest score leader at at bam for the women. Paul what did you teach I had her in a anatomy class decatur high. School man. she was a real bill. Fine young lady that Vote in similar coaching in florida. Somewhere right now. I hate it i hate it. I hate it subjects. Like i don't know how you did it. It was one of the thing our talking about namedrop in Remember harland neil. I do yes. Harlan was good friend of mine. And i happened to be hospital when he died. Oh my goodness His brother dole. And i went to college together over mississippi But harlin great guy. And he was a children's how principal dot brookside vast fantastic that harlem. It was a wonderful person. I really enjoyed them My kids did too. How long did How long did you did. You teach I just That one semester Filled in for some i was i was a minister in the area and From minister yeah yeah. I've been stripper over bad years. Now that now that is some career. That's a some career to mr for. I mean that's. I'm not being critical here but dealing with the politics of some churches that could be a. That could be a challenge. That's for sure i'm retired. Now goes my eightieth years. I was friends with a minister's daughter in In in junior high school. And i mean we were just good friends and I'm not telling you anything you don't know but minister in a moderately there even a bigger town. There is a real challenge. Yeah it is. But that's what i like. Why don't listen. It's hard to find a more meaningful and fulfilling profession than that. Well i really enjoyed career and But anyway i just wanted to see if you remembered what we're paul. Thank you very much. Thanks for sharing your story. all right. Thank you bye-bye well that talk about a career that has cut a lot to it. A being a minister small alabama town. Let's check in with gerry. Who is in tennessee. Hello jerry hey. Gary good afternoon good afternoon. How're you doing. Well thank you Just wondering Not anybody who's sitting but that you got your the first. I am look nice. Well thank you. I appreciate that inner. I've i've decided to finally welcome last year. I just didn't feel like celebrating spring too much but this year. I'm ready to roll. I heard on. It looks great. Thank you. i'm the typical tennessee fan. it's what happened to us During go tournament but Wanna change subjects a little bit What do you think about. What josh pulls doing so far. I think it's gone pretty well. We had a job by top meyer on a couple of hours ago and he seemed really upbeat. He covers tennessee for the news. Sentinel and i was really encouraged. Virginia virginia tech quarterback transfer. They are very high on and while. I don't think this is going to be a loaded team. I think they could scratch you out. Six six or seven wins. Well i think fundamentals might come into play a little bit because when you know when you're ucf and you're doing that kind of thing Yet figure out like you're right and But yeah i mean we we. We went from top five in recruiting two only dropping. Tonight things i think. That's i think that's a and the only thing that concerns me. And i don't you may know the numbers better is just what what. The transfer portal did the roster in terms of depth. Beyond that i i. I am thankfully call. I'm starting to appreciate the compliment. I am starting to feel more. Beat after talking to blake about tennessee and hypol- doing he's been quiet but efficient. We are officially out of time for this program. We appreciate all of you for being a part of it Some really interesting guests today will See you right here tomorrow. Thank you for listening to the paul finebaum. Show podcast the paul finebaum. Show airs weekdays on the sec network beginning at three eastern bomani joe. What's your favorite podcast. Let me tell you why that'll be number two after you listen to mine twice a week. I'm going to challenge you to keep up with me as i discuss. Topics from the latest in technology music and people getting duct also get the very best analysis of the game and we watched them with the cyclopes level of store for connection. Plus we have a community of guests that you'll feel like are your closest friends in no time listeners. Subscribe to the right time with bomani jones. Podcast wherever you get your podcast.

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"I'm Being Let Go From My Career Of 21 Years"

The Ken Coleman Show

47:25 min | 9 months ago

"I'm Being Let Go From My Career Of 21 Years"

"Thanks for listening to the podcast of the. Ken coleman show. You can catch the show live every weekday from twelve to one eastern on youtube and one to two eastern on sirius. Xm andrew local radio station. If you'd like to ask me a question you can talk to me. Live any weekday from twelve to two eastern by calling eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven setting the pace on the pursuit of happiness. This is the ken. Coleman show where you discover what you were born to do and how to make it happen now. Helping you get stuck on the path to your dream job. America's career coach. Ken coleman i'm coming to you. Live from our ramsey solutions. Studios in nashville. And you're joining the conversation about who you are what you were created to do where you want to do it and how you can get there. This is a different kind of talk. Radio caller driven and talking purpose not politics. We want to help you. Connect your personal mission and your professional vision. We want you to understand that you in fact were created to fill unique role in this world through your work that means you are needed and you must do it. Somebody actually did you show up and be the best version of yourself so if you do not know what it is you're created to do or you do know but not quite sure how to get there or you do know and not to get there but you kind of frozen in fear and doubt welcome. This show is for you the answers for you to be able to move forward you. It's my job to get him out of you. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven eight four seven four seven two five seven seven s the phone number to jump in. So let's go. Shall we amber starts us off in phoenix arizona. Amber you're on the ken coleman show. Hi ken having me on the show you bet. How can i help so just to kind of give you a quick background of myself. I'm slightly older. I'm in my thirties. And i used to work in the fashion industry technical designer which is not my passion at all. It's a more technical job. And i'm very creative of a person always have been and unfortunately i stuck with all the way. Tell us about twenty eight years old and the backing out of it early. On when i knew i hated it But my husband. He's a project manager and we actually relocated to hawaii for a little bit which of a blessing in disguise because it kind of forced me out of that industry because there's no industry they're in hawaii. I was working in the beer sales industry which was fine at the time but unfortunately it was just too physically demanding So i actually ended up with a back injury. So i was out of work again Now that's where we're here in phoenix and thankfully my husband's job is able to cover the bills for now Which is great for me. Because i'm able to recover from my that. I had about ninety percent act which is great ever Happening said i'm kinda still stuck in that whole you know. What do i want to do with my life. Because i do want to be happy and i do want to be fulfilled and also you know how my husband financially as well or One one thing. I can say which has kind of made me happy. While i've been out of work is had time actually make our new home here in phoenix a home So i've had the time to kind of you know unpack Decorate the homes. That way you know my husband comes home. He feels like okay. I'm at home. I can rock vs like being stressed out environment. Okay to me like you've always wanted to be creative but the technical side of things is kind of where you fell into and you kinda stayed there for who knows why all the reasons Because if you've enjoyed designing the home that takes me back into that question that i was kind of formulating as you were telling your story. Does she love design. Does she love the creative element of design. And i think the answer is yes. You're falls that is true. Do you tend to lean more towards clothing design shoe design or interior design buildings homes. That kind of thing or is it both I definitely feel it's changed more into interior design and just for fun. What if i could wave my. Ken coleman show pencil in the air and poof. Put you in a career or a job that you could not fail at couldn't fail but you also didn't have to commit to it forever. Either it was just like this fun adventure. Let's see if i'm a good be enjoy. It what would you do or what the multiple things you would try. Well i definitely like to work with my hands a lot I always kind of have Like i actually used to do like woodworking shop when school k play out no this is great fluffy. So what would you do. i mean honestly and i've been thinking about it but what kind of sets me back is because of My back I've told us don't do that. 'cause you're ninety percent healed is what you told me right. What would you do. So here's what's happening ambert. You're starting to come up with doubts. And while you're trying to talk your heart is really trying to give me an answer to but your head is interrupting it. And i want you to stop thinking and i want you to feel what would you try. I if it's two or three different ideas spit them out. What's the first. Would you try if you knew you couldn't fail but you didn't have to commit to it for construction. Sorry that was easy. All right what else. what else is on. The list doesn't have to be. I just want to make sure you do a heart dump right now. I definitely think you'd be more Maybe interior design. Just because i do like that Like i do love working with colors and payments stuff. Like tell me the. And i don't want you to think because you're doing a great job by the way don't think the answer. What would you do in construction. What would you be doing. Would you be doing renovations of kitchens. Bathrooms is that what you mean. Smaller things that you you're you're involved with but you might also have a crew. Tell me more. Yeah i think. I think so. I i mean i have a basic knowledge of how to build a home but i don't think i would necessarily want to kay. What projects would what projects will get you all excited. I call you and i go amer. I got great news. I've got a friend of mine who lives in phoenix. And i've told them all about you and and they want to hire you. What would you be doing dreaming. Say it redoing come on. I think redoing their their veggies or they're excellent. And i like that answer because i was going to suggest to you. What if your dream job is a combination of the interior design and some of the renovation. So you may be doing some of it. Maybe you're cutting the boards and building the the shelves in somebody's kitchen. But you're but you're you're not doing trim work. And you're not doing the countertops you're gonna sub that out but you're going to act if the contractor but you're the contractor designer but you get your hands dirty when you want to. There was a gown name. there's a gal named nicole. I think was her name and she had a show on one of those. Hdtv's or whatever and she was. She was always picking up an older house and she was like from michigan or minnesota. Do you know who i'm talking about. Unfortunately no all right you but my point is she came in and she was the design. She'd come in and go. I'm buying this old house. I'm gonna fix it all up. And and so she was the design. I but then she did some of the worker self. I think that's where you wanna go. I think you need to try that. So a couple ways you can go number one start connecting see may if you can go to work part time or full time. For an annex for a successful interior designer phoenix. Let's get started their start making some money get back in the game or get in the game for the first time. Okay and then maybe take on a project or two for some friends and family and do it for cost just their cost and get your hands in there and see what it feels like those. Your next steps. don't move. This is the ken coleman show. I talk a lot about discovering your talent and passion to find your dream job. And that's exactly what my friends at burst of done. Hamish was passionate about toothbrushes and brittany was a successful entrepreneur together. They built a business that has revolutionized oral care. The burst sonic electric is clinically proven to remove up to ten times more plaque than a manual toothbrush. See what a simple dream can become. Try a burst. Brush today for as little as forty nine ninety nine so visit burst. Oral care dot com and check out the incredible deals in their black friday sale putting the mo back in. Monday's helping you figure out what you were created to do and come up with a plan to get there. This is the. Ken coleman show so excited to have you with us. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. It is a toll free number. It is your show people calling us literally from around the globe because of the podcast this radio show say big. Welcome to our serious epsom and talk radio audience as well. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven couple of phone lines open. We're ready to go back to. Adam joins us in knoxville iowa atom. You're on the. Ken coleman show hi. Ken my question is a little bit different minds about severance pay. I was my position was recently eliminated for my company and As part of that exit they offered me a severance package which came with a six months. Pay a lump sum and they'd cover my cobra costs and then Transition service company that they'd they'd pay for I've had friends. No other people in a quick google tells me that it's possible renegotiated. A severance package should do that. Or should i just accept it and if i if so how do i go about that i i. Would i find out if it's even possible. Do you know what i mean. Because you're google search. Basically said if possible negotiated. Well that's like saying. I mean in cova times. I just don't know how many companies are going to be willing to negotiate. And and but but i would certainly ask. Hr i say hey are you. All is is there. Is there opportunity for negotiation on this. I'd start with. Hr if the answer's yes then you proceed. And the way that i would proceed is i would want to have a lot of knowledge i. I'm not a guy. I i'm a i'm a conviction guy man i i will go all in stand for something not bad i but only when i feel like i'm right and i and when i feel like i'm right then i go. I'm willing to do whatever it takes to persuade the other party or whatever the situation is in in this situation you'd have to have some some evidence as to why you should get more money and and so at at i pass i'd say to you as your friend. I'm on your team. What would you negotiate for. What what do you want that. You didn't get all. I was thinking i should. I was thinking more nine months. I i did leave this out in my original statement. I've been there for twenty one years. Okay got it all right. Perfect so now done any research to see if there is a norm. Is there a is there a for lack. A better phrase. is there a market place. Trend or widely. Kind of like. Well if you've been at a company twenty years or longer it's pretty standard for people to get Up to a year's worth between six to twelve months. Is there any kind of data out there that you could base that negotiation on okay. No i'm asking you i. I don't know I'd find that all brand new to me. No i get it. I get it. But here's my point. You're seeing where. I'm going with this if you're going to ask for an additional three months if it were me and you called the ken coleman show if it were me i would not ask for three months unless there was a precedent for that widely accepted precedent. It or else is just going. Hey man i've been here. Twenty one years sure would like to get three. More months will great. You know i'd like You know like somebody by me new car today. I mean i can like the idea of something. But if i don't have any evidence for it and no case for it is hard to negotiate when no case other than just. I think i should get this now. So is this. Is this a thing where people renegotiate their severance. I've not heard of it happening much. Okay and i'll and i and i certainly don't think that the timing is really great because the reason you're being let go is. What are they didn't tell me. All they said was. My position was being eliminated. Yes so you're not getting a whole lot of i mean it'd be one thing if your leader actually sat down you and said Bet i mean. Excuse me adam y- you're a great guy been with his twenty one years. What you've done for this company can't even begin to thank you enough. But due to covert we're hemorrhaging money and we're going to have to let you goes a part of it. Yeah i didn't have a leader who behave in. That manner gave fraser thing. So what makes you think the job that. I knew that i needed to get out of okay. So what makes you think that that. Same leader's gonna go off your right adema give you three more months. I'm going to sign off on that. I don't think it's him in in a calling the shots. I think it's it's hr will then go. Then you know what go direct hr because what's the worst they could say. Do you think they could be offended by that. And pull your severance altogether or do you already have written agreement. I have a written agreement. Well then go try it okay. I'm just not a guy who so what you're hearing me say now that you've talked a little bit through this a little bit more. Sure if you wanna take a shot at it because you've got a written agreement on the six months great. But i'm a guy who doesn't like to get kicked sand in the face of i feel like there's a good chance why would i do. It doesn't make any sense however you have nothing to lose. It doesn't sound likes if you have nothing to lose go for it. But they didn't even tell you why you were. Let go that to me does not portend well for you getting an additional three months. It just doesn't they didn't even treat you very well on the way out. Now i. It was literally zoom. Call the yeah at home since the beginning of this and got zoom collins. Sorry you're done. Yeah i end because in the it space. I mean my council walked out. And i was. I was done in fifteen minutes. Yeah what's that make us do you. I mean what do you think. Your chances are getting initial three months. I have no idea now you. I didn't even know it was a thing to renegotiate. Not your tyler expert. Well thank you. But i gotta tell you my common sense is what makes me the so called expert and i'm telling you if you want to try it you have nothing to lose but the way you were treated. This is literally like if you and i went back to high school when you call me up. And said hey. Can you know that girl. I've been asking out the she's told me no like fifty times then. She slammed the door in my face. Other night yeah. Yeah yeah another girl. He i think about asking her out again. What do you think. That's what i think this is i really do. I just go for sure but as long as you're cool getting the door slammed in your face again you need is just kinda like it's like that scene in dumb and dumber one of the great comedy movies of all time and lloyd. Christmas asks that gal. What are the chances of you. Marry me she says one in a million and he he lets it sink in for a second and you're ready for him to be devastated and then a giant smile breaks out and he goes. So you're telling me there's a chance when we all find that to be really really funny or not actually inspired by that because we know how ludicrous that reaction is. That's not optimism that's nutso so so in this situation. I would not. I would not move forward. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Hey -rageous losers has a ton of great free resources and because of corona virus. I just want to call attention to some of you have either lost benefits or your inbetween just like our caller adam or you know you got all this coverage and maybe he's going change some coverage maybe he's got covers the need we've got this thing called the coverage checkup is all about. Your insurance could save you money or could save you from a disaster which would obviously save you money. It's called the coverage checkup. It takes five minutes and it's totally free to let you know where you stand. You'll sleep better tonight. Go to ken. Coleman dot com slash checkup. Ken coleman dot com slash. Check out again. Five minutes quick little questionnaire and will you tell you got too much coverage or you need more and that's going to be good for you so check that out Ken coleman dot com slash checkup. Okay coming up next. We're going to get some great emails today. People email asking. Ken coleman dot com for our momentum. Monday we asked you a couple months ago. Hey share your success stories. Didn't have to be the dream scream because if you stepped into the dream job what you'd call in and do a dream screen but if you just make it cer- progress. We have found that the stories that our caller share is what really moves the audience. So he said hey share your momentum stories and we'll do segment comment on monday. That's coming up next plus more of your calls. Don't move this is ken. 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And this course will help you do just that to ken. Coleman dot com to buy the get higher digital course today. That's ken coleman dot com joining you from ramsey studios in nashville tennessee. Thrilled to have you here. On the ken coleman show as we help men and women get clear on the age old question. What should i do with my life. We're going to help you figure out that answer and then where does it specifically present itself. Where does that purpose present itself in the marketplace. What's that contributions We call it the sweet spot where you are able to use your talent what you do best to perform your passion work you love to do to create your mission results that matter deeply t talent passion and mission they come together point a straight arrow right towards the contributions on your sweet spot where multiple careers and jobs are waiting for you to step in be the best version of you and contribute to others through those gifts those are your three main gifts talent passion emission eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven four four seven four seven two five seven seven four we get back to the phones we mentioned Going into the break. I was gonna read some more updates from you. The people freight Emails four we're going to feature today. We call up momentum. Monday so danny wrote writes in. Hey hakin Our ceo called me yesterday and asked me to step into the hr director role for our healthcare company. I am thirty seven. I do not have an mba. I did not graduate from a notable school and i began my career in the us. At twenty seven years of age goes on to say nice things about the The show and my book the proximity principle but bottom line is danny. Step it into a big time situation. Way to go. He'd says in the email really goes it's all about the proximity. Principle baby sells like dick. Vitale the famed College basketball color analyst. Congratulations danny fun stuff there. Cassie writes in He kenner followed your guides. You get hired guides and revamp my resume and all of a sudden. I've had multiple job interviews over the past month. They have all made comments about how they like the resume style and how it made me stand out. I now have two job offers on the table. Hey hey hey. I mean i like helping people get one job offer to well. That's fantastic way to go. Cassie kimberly writes in a spoke with you back in february about trying to step into my new role is a real estate salesperson and how it wasn't making traction where i was. You told me leave my brokerage and hire a brian feeney coach. Brian is a good friend of mine. I think he's the best of the best training real estate professionals. So that's what are told her to do. She said i didn't wanna do either. I was depressed and discouraged but decided to do it. And i've now been working fulltime with a new partner for just two months and have three houses under contract to listings rolling out next week and half a dozen buyers on the hook. How 'bout that way to go. Kimberly a love. it and then. Finally frank writes in. Hey can i want you know. It used your proximity principle to land. Not one but two jobs. I went all in. I used to resume template as well at started connected with people that i know that worked at companies interested in and now i just submitted my resignation yesterday and it feels really good. So i'll tell you what feels good is to read these updates from you folks and so if you'd like to share your story of momentum again does not have to be stepping into the dream job. If you've done that you'd like to share your story on the air. We'd love you to call in. You can email ask ken. Coleman dot com and dream screaming the title or if you got a an update like what we just read. Put momentum. Monday in the subject. Line ask at ken. Coleman dot com eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Now we go to ben in clinton iowa ben. You're on the. Ken coleman show. Well let me try that again. There is ben are you there yes can you hear me yes. I was just wondering Run kind of like a lot of different people right now. That are looking for in your job. And i was wondering your thoughts on following up to job. Applications especially when sending out a lot and putting a lot of time into a lot of job applications In that hearing back yet any thoughts on following up on those to the company's yeah how long has it been since you've sent out these slew of job applications Well i've been trying for A little over a month. Something so About a month. You know a couple less than that. You know a couple weeks or a week or days so You know kind of over the board okay and Have these been online applications or if you had a chance to do any interviews associated with these I've they're all online applications. I've had invitations to do to assessments and heard back from one that i didn't wasn't moving forward and then another one. They never got back through. Yeah there's not much you can do to follow up in these situations because you companies have moved to online Submissions and it's basically a giant screening kind of a filter situation and they get your resume and then they decide if they're going to move forward from there and so the problem is technically speaking. When you can't how do. I follow up to an online resume submission. There's really nobody to follow up to per se unless win you submitted your your resume if they said. Hey thank you. If you have any questions please. Email us at blanket blanket. Oh and they give you a phone number or call us or emails. If they give information there then you could certainly call in and you could also follow up with the hr. You could call the main line but you know again. It's so easy to be ignored their and that's why i am not a fan of how you're doing it. I wrote a. I wrote a A wrote an entire book called the proximity principle on this. I got a free resource The resume guide where i teach you how to leverage connections relationships. To where when you see a job that you want apply for the you even apply online. You've got somebody that you know who knows somebody in the building who goes in recommend you that hiring manager and gives them a heads up. And you've got this personal recommendation. We just love today on my youtube. Show ben i just referenced. A new study from lincoln eighty five percent of people are getting jobs through connections not through online submissions. So i think you've got to really restructure what you're doing and i am not saying to give up what i'm saying is you following up is largely a waste of time. Yeah i understand. Yeah i guess warning thing with that. Then how would you go about especially if looking to move to a new city and don't have any connections in that city. Yeah you busy man. U u turn over rocks. You know y- you figure out who you know. And i just don't believe in this day and age where where we're so connected via social media I i know it's possible to say okay. I want to move to this city. And i don't know anybody at all. I literally. no no one. I guess that's possible but it's not about who you know it's about you know and who vaneau and that's how it happens so let's say you don't know anybody that lives in nashville but all the people you know. Let's see i'm just real numbers that you know. Two hundred people. Is that fair to say that. In this whole world you know. Two hundred people absolutely. Let's say that each of those people. Okay no two hundred people you starting to do the math on the yes okay so all of a sudden exponentially you have expanded your network and so what you're doing is you're consistently talking to the people you know say. Do you know anybody that lives in. This city works at this company. Would you put the word out. And you've got to put it out that you've got a broadcast and you really gotta work on it. The other thing is. I'm the type of guy that if i knew there was a company that i wanted to work and it was in a city that i did not live in. I'd be taking my vacation days. And i would be doing everything i could to spend some time in the city and start meeting people and i'll be doing both strategies at the same time and i'd be meeting people and getting to know people and i'd find a way to To show up at that company make a really great impression. There's so many things that you can do. But submitting resumes online while people do get requests for interviews. You can see that you're playing the chance game. It's like the lottery. it's not the best way to go. Hang on the lila's going to get you some resources. I the ken coleman show continues thrilled to have you with us. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven this is where men and women flocked from all around the world callers from all sides. Sections directions of the globe is people are saying. Hey i i wanna wake up on monday morning. I want to go to work and know why am going there. Fired up about it. Because i know that i'm good at it. I love it and it produces a result that matters to me. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven eight. We've got the proximity principle. My number one bestselling book which is the proven plan. That will lead you to the career you love. It's the right people. Plus the right places equals opportunity. That's the formula of the proximity principle. The proximity principle itself says in order to do what you wanna do. Gotta be around people that are doing it and in places where that is happening. That's were opportunities me you and you're not trying to kick the door down and walking around frustrated. It's how you keep moving up the ladder once you're in all three versions e book audio and hardcopy for one price twenty bucks can call dot com. Let's go to kiana in san diego california killed on your on the coleman show. Hi my husband. And i were planning on moving abroad in about two years and my husband went. He does what he can do it remotely. But i'm a cosmetologist so we're trying to see something that i can do Preferably contract work or part time That is based in the us. That i can do abroad. And we're just kind of senior input on that so it would not be cosmetology right because i don't know how you can do that or can you do that remotely can you. Can you do that work for somebody not really. It'd be pretty difficult. I'd have to get a license Wherever we ended up going and might be there might be kind of bouncing around different places or courtesy. More hassle than anything until i thought. Okay so just. We're looking for any kind of day job right now. that just allows you to work remotely. When you're traveling around the globe with hubs right Well in this situation the way. I break down the three gifts. Talent passion mission in this situation You could certainly look for talent and passion meaning work. You're good at and work you really enjoy. He can look for that. But i'm fine with it just going. I'm just to do work that i'm good at because it's just a functional utilitarian job. You're not you know you're you're not investing full-time into it. It's just helping make some extra money for the budget. Yada yada yada so you start focusing on your talents. What do you do best. And so you look at hard skills and soft skills and you start going okay. I'm i'm really good at this this this and this and i have i have these character traits this this and so you begin to say okay. Those are my tools my abilities and my qualities. Hard skill skills And then you begin to look for stuff online because that's what it needs to be needs to be remote position where you're checking in or whatever so that could be everything from customer service where you're on the phone dealing with customer issues to a virtual assistant a booming industry right now where. You're an admin assistant for somebody Handling their calendering and you know doing admin type tasks which you can do it from afar desert just two ideas but you gotta know what you're really good at first then you go online and start matching it up. So it's the match game make sense. Yeah so give me your top three or four just for fun. Let's see what we can come with top three or four skills or character qualities. I mean i can't work for myself right now specialist cove inside you all the scheduling planning customer service in the sense and actually producing a product. Or i guess you'd say kind of all of that right now So that's fine i like scheduling and things like that. Yeah see that's adleman task. A task oriented detail person thinks. Oh yeah yeah. I i would look at rem. I mean this is just a simple search remote jobs that involve you know admin wert logistical. Were you know you just wouldn't believe the type jobs that are out. There you know healthcare company could have you. You could go work for an insurance company. Or you're chasing down claims or i'm just making all this up. You know what i mean. I'm not making the money. I am deuteronomy like where you're you're chasing details and customer interaction and it's very thorough and you're putting reports together this just so much out there. So if you're logistic in nature. Kind of a task oriented detail organizational type jobs. That's where i would look. And what's great. Is you know these multinational companies work anywhere. So that's where. I would look just match up. Am i good at this. And can i put up with it just because it's extra money. This is the ken coleman show. Welcome back to a conversation about you. And your impact. This is the can coleman show so excited to have you with us. Men women flocking to a conversation that it has nothing to do with politics but everything to do with their purpose there. Why and i can tell you that no matter who you are where you're from held your what you believe in your love that tell you this. You're created to fill unique role in your work through your work. You're needed somebody out. There needs to be the best version of you. So welcome aboard eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Let's go to columbus ohio. Emily is there emily. You're on the ken. Coleman show. I can hear you. I am living the dream emily. What's up hope. Someday i can live the dream. I promise I am trying to figure out where to go with my career from where i'm at I had a little bit of a weird start. I went to career college after high. School store Equine studies so I train horses. And i'm also a certified equine massage therapist Through that school. And i was set to go and i had my business plan put together and i got pregnant like within a few months of graduating that school Which was totally unplanned And i had to put everything on. Hold and i continued to work with A trainer that i work very closely with for many years Throughout that time where. I couldn't really do my business myself but now it's been seven years and i really wanna get thirty again but i'm having a hard time figuring out how okay so help me because this is fun because i don't know anything about the equine industry really And so how would one do you wanna be training or do you wanna be doing the massage therapy or both okay. Who's me. i was doing a hold on a second. Who's offering those services who's offering horse training in columbus ohio. Lots of people exactly. So i wasn't gonna make you answer that because i knew you were going to say that. But there's where you start your like. Can i don't know how to get back in sure you first of all we have to identify who's training horses in the greater columbus area. All right who's offering who's offering equine massage therapy. I would guess that's a very limited offering. Is that right. 'cause i mean people who own horses Why would they beginning massage therapy for their horses unless their resources or my wrong. I mean there's like dozens of various disciplines within the equine industry That's my morgan racing. Okay so who's doing lots of competition and style things all cost of board gun anybody who does competition so if you own horses in the columbus ohio area and they are competing in a variety of competitions. There's a good chance that you are paying for massage for your horse. Yeah saints as a human athlete was a. Who's who owns the horses. See you just have to find out whose whose own in these horses i would. Also guess. Tell me if. I'm wrong but i'm going to guess that or i'm going to assume that the equine industry no matter where it is in any city in the united states it's a relatively connected community. Yes or no the most part. Yeah so if i were you you asked me. Can i what i wanna do. I'm ready to get back in the game. But i don't know how i think you are creating some excuses whether you even know it or not because our brain does this to us when we are nervous worried about rejection or maybe we're anxious because you've been out of it for a while because of the baby you're the child or whatever the situation is we start to think. Well no one's gonna hire me now so we create excuses as to why we're not moving forward when in all reality. You could have a list by the end of the day before you go to bed tonight. You can have an excess spreadsheet of every place in columbus ohio that boards horses that the horses are trained there Venues for and all those places no all. The players veterinarians specialize in horse. Whatever you know that world and you could find out who the players are. Then you find out. Are they hiring if they are hiring. You are experienced. You got good training. The other for you to be ashamed of. You had a baby. It happens the fact of the matter. Is you got a lot of experience. And you got a lot of talent. And you've got a lot of passion. Then the other thing to point out is that even if the position you want is an open now by using the proximity principle. It says in order to do what emily wants to do. She's gotta be around people that are doing in places where he's having. You can volunteer. Everybody's gonna always want a couple extra hands around the place. Certainly somebody experience with a great attitude. You start volunteer. Start showing up to events and you run into enough people. Eventually position opens and they go. Hey emily we got a great position for you or somebody creates a position for you. So i think you're over thinking it and i think that everything i just said you know is true. Am i right. Fed federal most parts. It's hard because in the specific areas. I am i that i'm trying she for there's a lot of Especially in equine massage you can get a certification from just about anywhere and so there may be in my town a dozen different people that have some sort of certification. And so what you know so. There's a lot of lot of what extra competition. There's there's just a lot of competition of a second because emily emily. Everybody already got somebody. You don't know that you just made that up. That's fake news. You know at nine. Oh it you don't have any evidence of that statement right there. You just assumed that there's a bunch of people certifications therefore there's no spot for you so Emily this is tough love. I'm on your side. You know i'm right. One hundred percent right not well. There's no. I didn't say there wasn't competition is always going to be accomplished. But everything i just said allows you to beat the competition. Who just because. I've got somebody that massages. My horse doesn't mean that i that i think they're the best at doing it. You gotta prove that you're the best best price best results best attitude. You're making excuses for why you shouldn't do the thing that you want to do. And i'm not going to allow for any excuses because there's none you may have to get into the training side. Get some more certification on the massage therapy side for the horse. Whatever but none of that is stopping you from starting back in. 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Diamond Comics Shutdown, Immortal Hulk #750

Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

53:11 min | 1 year ago

Diamond Comics Shutdown, Immortal Hulk #750

"This episode of Nuff said is brought to you by tweaked. Audio get awesome headphones. Good tweaked audio dot com and use the coupon code southgate get thirty percent off free shipping and a lifetime warranty or you can get there through the link on our website Southgate Media Group. Dotcom UP Eric. And you're listening to the casing lunatics podcasts in house. Welcome once again to super an activity. I'm your host Jolly Professor Esser and with me as always is the man with the wisdom to watch thousand. They'll film in Pairs. That's the ones I keep on touching my face. We're not supposed to fill up. Welcome back to the wonderful world of super connectivity where the world is crashing down around her heads there will be no more comic books ever never again and a lot of tragedies befalling all the people of the world also. We lost one of the one of the greats of basketball of Greenhill from the Harlem globetrotters and of course from Scooby. Doo meets the Harlem globetrotters in the Super Globetrotters and Countless comic books about the globe predators in the seventies and eighties. It was a good time. Good time to be alive anyway but now here we are in this end time. Dystopia that is co vid twenty twenty well on the bright side at least the environment getting a break. Relatively relatively you know. I don't think it's as good as people are like implying you know. Yeah but it can't hurt but it can't hurt you know hurting. It's better that you know we're not driving as much where telecommuting which you saving a lot of energy putting as much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere all these things which are good but they took away our Comics Philip. Diamond of dairy on it. You know. Here's the thing that bothers me about diamonds decision and it is kind of it is. It's kind of this gray area about where and this is the thing. Everyone has within this. Time of crisis is the grey areas because there are there are all these shutdown orders. All these lock orders but there are certain. There's certain carve outs for certain businesses. Publishing is one of those businesses. Yes the problem is that apparently there is some feeling that the resellers of published materials are not one of these businesses. Now Mike Comic Bookstore was basically doing curbside pickup. Yes so you had your pull. You could write in and say pull these books for me. You drive up. They would come out. It entered the buffs. You drive away so they found. They found a workaround in this situation now with diamond. Essentially saying they're not going to deliver comic books for the foreseeable future. It puts everyone in a tough spot and now and some some people's view of it is well. You know this is good for the comic book retailers. Because now they don't have to take in a bunch of they don't have to sell whether they're not going to be able to sell and you know it's I got into a bit of an argument with a guy about this yesterday because well hope for some kind of. That's the thing if your book store that relies mostly on walk ins then. Yeah this is. This is bad for you. Yeah this situation being able open if your account bookstore. That relies heavily on your police. You know that that it's not as bad for you. You know and it is. That is that complex question as to what what's Best Account Crete Hellers In the meantime you know with diamond making this choice. They're kind of making the choice or everyone diamonds saying they're not going to be doing these deliveries and now the question comes to marvel in DC. And everyone else. Are they going to continue to make books? That can't be distributed via hard copies Interesting enough alternative comics undermine is still going to be printed comics because as I said there is a carve out for media public media printers because as it turns out in a crisis you want printing presses to keep on running and while they're printing newspapers they might as well print comics as well. Well and I mean it would hurt it. Would I would hurt all the African mortar businesses but I mean marvel. Abc and all them digital well. Yes but you know at the same time. They also want to maintain that relationship with the hard copy publishers because as we have said MARVEL NBC. Those are basically those are basically the farm teams or the movies. Now we're basically they're going to be running on a bunch of great stories coming up with brilliant ideas and then years from now they're going to be taking a what was a great idea that those writers came up with. And then we're GONNA to get it translated in some way into movies when it seemed more characters more people more things coming into the fold for the Marvel DC universe that originates in the comics. I I saw another theory of mind. I don't know how they would do. But they were saying. You know the Marvel DC and the rest of them could like send digital codes to the retailers and then the could sell them to you at the regular price then once the physical volks come in. They will just the still. I'd actually said that as well I. That's actually my idea for is that you know what I D C doesn't have digital coats. Marvel is actually already has already has the digital codes. They can sell those to the various retailers retailers. Now just have to be very careful in how they sell those digital codes out you know But yeah I mean that would be the smartest thing to do because as I said they already have the codes in stock theory hit. They already know what code goes to book so they can designate. Okay these the codes. That paradox comics in north Arlington. New Jersey is going to get. And here's the codes that you know. The porch sowed who'd in Newark New Jersey is going to get the comic bookstores and whatever store that Phil GOES TO TIME FOR THE EVIDENCE. Out what codes are GONNA get? Yeah Infinity Com. Yes yes you know. And they get to make the whole thing electron I mean they can email the codes the stores the stores can email you. Once you pay you know electron email you the codes exactly and that would be a great way to handle it in this in this. Dark dire time And also would keep you from having to buy. 'cause that's sort of this this idea you know personally. I still buying if even if they don't have comic books. I'M GONNA buy my Gift Card to parallel summits each week or these men were comic book budget and then when the books coming we'll just cash those in or like I was. The Guy was saying if you go in the store or even send them a list. It's like five by some back issues. Oh Yeah and if you and of course you know most stores will also do. We'll have a male a mailing thing. They will say these what we have. You know I know paradox is going to be putting stuff on Ebay. And there's all these stores are going to try to find ways to solve their sell their stuff so what they can sell because they still need the money you now yes we may have just passed the cove nineteen bill and there will be benefits for small businesses. But you know as with everything you can always count on getting the getting the tax cut it. You can't always count on an actual small business getting the small business tax credits. Did he's GonNa say we're a small business. You know American Airlines Law. Which is a little puddle jumper although loaf and I were talking about this last night I was saying one of the advantages if they don't even if they just don't print anything for awhile digital anything. I mean. Look at all the delays. We've been having on books lately. Marvel DC. This would give them time to like get like a a buffer. Go get some two three issues like completed in all diamond before they sell another comic. That would be the dream so that way when he would have to be late. Have books for a while. Well again like I said that would be the dream. Yes sir I mean. Everyone works from home now. They all equally and I think most I don't know how many physical writers artists actually go into the office opens. Now the editors are there. Yeah I think a week or two ago they At least DC told everyone will start working from home. So Oh yeh but I mean in general what I'm saying is I think the writers and artists are already doing that. I don't think I don't think a lot of these guys. Go Out of their house that much or have to go out of their to say in this day and age I think some of them don't even live in the studio city. Is the main office you know. Well yeah well. That's been for years. You Know John. Byrne is always lived up in Canada. He's coming in to the CFO disease. Ridden backwards Health Cape. You know he knows what side of the what side of the side of the bread. His his Putin's on so you know. Yeah we've had We've had writers and artists that have been remote from the business central for years. So that's not new. That's not news. It's it's good that they should have an option and when everything goes back to normal someday you know. Hopefully someday things will go back to normal and hopefully we don't just know. Go try to go back to normal too quickly and then have everything. Just get worse. You know that's always the risk. Yes Latin the curve as they say but anyway as it stands. Yeah I think there are options that the comic book retailers can do the comic book companies can do but you know I think now a lot of people are finding on what to do once once everything comes back to normal okay. Just wants to show his his His controller because you find out his his. Doom game came with Stickers for his controller so he has the dum dum poster and stickers controller so there were very excited about the world he lives in although he really hates homeschooling. He wants to go back to school. Yeah yeah who I tell them. I'm going to record him saying this because as soon as they start going back to school is GonNa be like. I don't WanNa go to school. Lean yeah well you know. There's Mrs Friends and then you know. One of the biggest problems is most of his. Other friends have Gamer. Dad's already have the the the plan line stuff under PS source. But because he doesn't have a Gamer dad he doesn't have that. What intellectual dad. Well you know what I'm just. I don't like the caulking on the Games on the Internet. That's not what you have to be a pop culture expert download any controller with more than one button is one button too many. That's what I have to say. I can my day. We had an a that. Is it fancy ending so Toby Dick Twenty? Six hundred man's WanNa see if you need more than twenty six bits. You're just you're just doing the devil's work was in line for Ponds on anyways. But but yeah. I mean finding what they're going to do in this situation is the big question that's facing guilty killers right now because they have to do something they can't just say well. I guess there's nothing to do. Although that may wind up what they have to do and lays it. My biggest worry about what what damage has decided that in there making that decision? They're also putting all of their people out of work so every truck driver that drives her diamond every picker and packer. That were the warehouse. Our diamond they're all losing that level and that's not a problem if diamond is taking care of them from what I've heard about diamond. I don't think that's the case you know. And that's sort of where things a little more complex but anyway that is that the other news that's going around right now. Of course is The suggestion that when it's all said and done Marvin. Dc should celebrate every ABS arguably even this downtime. Right now to put together a big marvel DC crossover and everybody has ideas of what they would do. I know we had some thoughts here. I think that's a perfect time to bring back the beyond you know. Have the beyond the people over into the next universe and we can get a nice little pulling together we can do secret. Warriors but with Marvel and DC CHARACTERS. And then and this was. Oh let's have superman fight the whole but you know I'd rather see doctor. Doom and LEX Luthor Team. Up Lou. Rather see how when you mix these heroes and villains together from these mixed universes how they align themselves in the normal fashion so we don't get the hero starting be heroes or the villain hurting the villains heroes and villains sort of merging together or fighting the other or this is we a great time to bring back the amalgam verse. You know or you know. Tell us tell us the secret crisis you know when the Monitor beyond does whatever it is. He does so or she does. Oh I mean you can get some good battles. I mean I mean come on Tony Tony. Stark lex luther. Come on Oh yeah and that would be or more along those same lines. Tony's endless and LEX luthor team up the thing. What about it? Tony Stark in Bruce Wayne team up. Oh Yeah Yeah. I mean. Everyone wants to see that. But you know Bruce is just not in Tony Stark's league. Let's let's be honest. You know they always say you know. Bruce may be a Ninja. But you know there's there's no points for hard work. It's you know it's about results you know Batman needs better armor but Yeah I mean the idea of Bruce Wayne Tony. Stark working together would be neat to geniuses all that kind of stuff but again it's how people approach the the world that they're in and what we're going to get next out of it you know like I said. I think there would be a great time like I said what would be. Really interesting is the idea of marble. Nbc Up to save the Amalgam verse. That would be interesting with the Melbourne which was always kind of rocky to start with you know. Pref even get that Folded universe in into it too with all the hero. Malcolm from the Marvel Universe from the half half the universe by simply having half everybody form into having to one person you know. I don't I asked idea but they said there's there's creators behind it. I mean I know Gail Simone. They said is one of the names behind. You know who who's been calling for this and like I put up a few ideas and like by Tim. Seeley over THEC and our friend Kelly Thompson media semi there's creators who want this. Oh yeah well of course. 'cause creators love to create and and the best part about comic books is that ancient and magical playground. That you get your plan you know much and then you do across every double the toy box. Exactly exactly so yeah. Of course everybody wants to do that and you know. That's what's great about com speaking of comic books up. Do you WanNa talk some comic books. You talk some more movies and pop culture. I don't know what we're GONNA do on Cape later on tonight. I know that they don't WanNa Burp all the topics. But I think we're not going to get to talk about a comment on learning takes tonight. I don't think yeah no go ahead Yeah Okay. So what's your one. They're really wanted to give a shoutout to book. I really loved. He guess what book I really love this week. Phillip I'm going to bet you can't guess which book I really love this week. Was it was an immortal hulk. No it was good though yes immortal. Hope was really good. But what was great was held an ex- ex- Oh man the head and they had me at nanny. Oh yeah talk about I. I did not even know the nanny was a a mutant and they give me no back onto origin on any in this. I don't ever really given an order to the couple pounds. I remember seeing the any. I don't remember any ordinance as children. The last time I remember nanny was from many first appearance which was in avengers is I recall Which was when during that period when read and a Su- were on the avengers in the forgotten one on the name Gilgamesh and makes himself the big bowl armor. Yeah it was like around the vendors three years and that's when we first get nanny and I never even heard of Peter Prior to this we also have Apparently have got some problems in his breaking Which is he gets all just he gets knocked crazy and all of a sudden gets talking with the fiscal word bubbles and cuts off a guy's arms and this figure someone else and it gets horrible. Then you have these other characters that are brought in one of whom I really love. Is We get so we get Get our our Hillians. Ns Get There's wild child you don't recall wild child from the old. He was gamma flight. And he's like Wolverine but not easily. He's like he's like a skinny green. Yeah Yeah Yeah and we have scalp hunter and the new emperor this against. I've never heard of impasse before but the that's the only one. We actually really get a backstory on where they actually explain to. This guy is His is that he basically he can manipulate everyone's emotions so every number two what he does. Everyone always gives him positive feedback. Everyone get really likes to be around them because it makes them feel good so how cool and evil he is. Everyone rewards him. And so it's like because of Hooey. Because his towers came basically. Just kill grave from Jessica Jones sues whereas a child he was given the ability to control everyone in now he just thinks everything's great and he doesn't have an understanding that he is hurting people. And that's bad so he's a sociopath Manny and Peter who is called the orphan maker the orphan maker Manny And they're delightful and of course we get. We just really get called out in all of this. This is an interesting thing with a week. Because it's the anniversary of the mutant massacre and so a bunch of morlocks. GonNa go after sculpture. Oh yeah because he's you know and and they make the statement like even if you die will get porn again. Which of course is okay if you kill him. He's just going to get born again to say the marauders of a do that for years sinister. Do now with the marauders since like the eighties. I think that is what the plot line here. Is that sinister basically makes the point that hey look all these these poor unfortunate souls you know there they you know are we to say that their mutant powers are so bad and there's something called the pit of exile in Krakatoa is but it sounds awful. I think it's I think it's where they dump sabertooth because I know they were like. Oh we're not gonNA kill you sabertooth or we're not gonNa let you run wild and stuff so they kind of just basically threw in a pit like left on the Rod. I guess from what I would gather from what I imagined. It's basically sunken place from. Get Out we just chapter in your own in that darkness in your own. I think I think they don't let him die but I think he kind of keeps them down there in a coma or something. Yeah basically just. Who Does that help anyway? They make Silopi sort of the babysitter for the team and then sinister incite lack and all these great great cool people who have to go on this adventure and what they're gonNa do is going to go to the Old Essex in Omaha Nebraska. Because apparently like. Yeah Kinda let my whole clone farm. Go go to seed in so we go there and clear it out but of course you know and you know because they need to put him. They need to have the basically centers ideas when you put these people in a situation would him work out all of their hostilities. Digressions but not hurt anybody will just have the massacre. A bunch of clones. Oh by the way just bringing all the dead back from the bring all the dead back to Pony wasn't that was their whole Spiderman Arc. About why that was a bad idea. Yeah Yeah Okay all forgiving sinister in this so enter but of course when they go. Who Do you think is is is in the basement of Essex House up? Who Do you think Mister Senators Prize pupil? Who has taken over? Everything and is being evil would be I don't know who is this. Still your favorite online the person who in airlines gene great good old Goblin Queen Adam prior all. She's at all of the marauders. You know strung up like a Christmas ams so yeah. I really liked this book. I also make check out this X. factor book if it ever comes out. I wish come on April but doesn't exist anymore so we'll have to see what happens with spoke but yeah. I really love Hillians number one. That was a good book. Wow yeah well you know this Jimmy. This the thing for me it's always about. What obscure character. Can you dig up from the history of Marvel Comics? What what I remember from the eighties to some other remember. Hey here's a character. No one cares about that. I can right into my story. I say yes you guys get me speaking of X. Men. Did you read X. Men fantastic for? Of course I did there. It is X. Men fantastic four number. Three one more issue to go It's one of these situations where it's like I of the whole X. men fighting the fantastic four again. It just seems so out of character for everybody. So that's a little weird. Just start with that and So Yeah I get what they're doing but like so for example. Wolverine just sort of caused the heck out of human torch he knows you and torched healing factor right. I know I was like what are you doing? Good Sir and the and this is also kind of weird in this thing. 'cause again and editing a mistake by the artists because clearly in this scene Emma Frost takeover human torch. But when you see the hand it's truly mister fantastic hand that's reaching out to sea storms helmet except also on fire so I think that artists was having a bad day with that that panel. I thought it was like Reid Richards or I wonder if maybe like in one version of the story was exposed to be Reed Richards and then he headed like paint over it because if you look here in the way the flame goes down it kind of looks like read coming in you know Also the fact that the Human Torch's hand is rushing into not gloved. Hand is weird but yeah but anyway so. Yada Yada Doom has come in. And he's being all does seams. GonNa fix Franklin's powers that always works out well ask Sharon Ventura and you know. Of course you know super science gone crazy is like you know really is like. I don't think it's a good idea and could work for table time. I injected myself with mutant. Growth Hormone turned out fine. Didn't interest me in the slightest. Little bit of human experimentation. Never hurt anybody boy but yeah and then Then of course you know with the mutants are kind of being controlled by Dum Dum by Newton's definitely don't have their wits about them as yes but I was going to say I love getting parlog. Xavier's face because he's like I recognize Kroto as a nation he's like but just because some mutants are beaten doesn't make them better than all of humanity he's like just because you can protrude clause from your arm doesn't mean you're better than a guy who dedicated their life to diplomacy and the study of culture. Yes well good point honestly so yeah and that is of course and again. That's the whole thing is what is going on with these freaking Newton. S- right now with this whole and actually to that extent there is a line in Helens about how the work will set you free and you know where the line the work work will set you. Free is from it's written on the gates of Yes. I don't know if that was what the writer was going forward. It seems like such a currency. Reckon find that line. Something that satellite says to them. You know you'll earn your too hard work. You will earn your freedom kind of thing because of course all of the all of the millions were in the like the circle the circle of judgments and where the council meets decides who get sick going to go to the sunken place. I still think there's something without the dining and of course our doom sentinels. Oh yeah hopping out. What is so big well? Sentinels are usually big. I know but you ever wonder why like what was you know. I guess maybe back in the day there was a well. If it's not technology you know they needed the big bulky devices to carry all the power generators twenty stark. He had the power. The power amplifier But he didn't let anyone else have a power amplifier groups of meetings. They can't just like tackle it to the ground. There's you know insist I suppose. So but yes but anyway. So yes so. Doom unleashes his his his his his Doom sentinels always look like you know. They don't want him. They look mass mega choice. Branding Manning's the cable the king of branding and marvel for anyone else. Oh Oh yeah the name the whole city after himself do shots okay and then which is not about iron man. We learned today very disappointing. Justin and he realized that the song about hunting man weren't being offensive. Because you know he's sitting this wait. This doesn't sound make them sound like a good guy. Well it's actually supposed to be about iron man you believe. It's about a guy in an iron lung. If I recall correctly yes the actual. I think I think there's like a story where it's supposed to be about a guy come battling committed atrocities in Vietnam. Yeah he acts like there's a line in there about you know he had to kill those those save which is a reference to the idea. We had destroyed the village to save the village. Kind of thing you know so anyway but immortal hulk. This was fun. Thirty-three origins seven fifty. If you will seem them new is our friend and so much of this. Is You know with our big secret. Reveal at the end which really shouldn't have been that seat of a real 'cause we kind of got it in the last issue you know but we didn't know what that was about. It was just like a page in there and look at that two page spread in the beginning. They're kind of calling it outright there to help is I guess. Yeah the head. Yeah their head. Has that that lead terrific head home. Sorry I spoiled it but if you'll recall when the leader I returned his his power to control gamma irradiated beings was first used on Jones. Only if I recall correctly I believe that's correct because of course that was when we had Rick Jones. Hawke who I was once for Halloween You could tell it. Was Rick Jones Hawk. Those with Brown pants. Nobody No. I'd like I'd like to the Richton suddenly like develop different powers in. Oh that the leaders behind this somehow. Oh Yeah but and I knew something was up. Just the way that you know a world brigger hoke is dealing with with With you know with Childlike Hawk. Yeah like yeah because like world breakers kind of like what the custodian now and their head. Basically SALITA manipulating things. Because you can see he's like you know when when world breakers start smacking around Devil Hulk and other hoke is like no. All Hawks are hulk and you know we don't hate any of us you know. He's actually being the good guy but and of course you know who else is in the we also see who else is kind of locked away in this Joe. Joe Who has a big MUTT session? This which I of course appreciate it. I was like why is Stanley Ambert. 'cause they very very much designed to look like Stanley there which I appreciate. I really really appreciate their decisions. Who TO MAKE JOE? Fixit look like Stanley. Thinking about wonder was this. Their natural evolution ordered somehow was has lead. Been monkeying in hawks head and made it. So you know. Joe Couldn't assume his physical form. I I I'm kind of thinking that maybe the case you know and we definitely see how this all plays out with them new and whatnot and of course way too much in the body who are here. You know the Hulk ripping through banner's body all done that before. Oh Yeah I know I know they do make the right ads. Not Really Banner. It's just it's just the head that banner none of this. None of this puts me at ease on the whole concept man. Yeah so you get to the whole thing and I was gonNA say your favorite villain gets his though in the end. Oh well yeah which I knew was going to happen again very much. Tallied that last episode with like you know with with you know Auger being either. You can't use your mind manipulation on me. I know how the sausage is made and those lines right-back doing music. Of course you're harder 'cause you know how the sausage is made and all that kind of stuff she'd totally you know rips him apart and then of course you know We also see of course Rick Jones for the rescue of the whole yes? 'cause Rick Friend Rick. Good Friend. Maybe not quite so much. Oh yeah because he because what is it like. Ricki brings out world breaker. That breeds them new. And then you know Paul take what happened to hulk exactly and he also you know jam some of the gala and that all these things all this manipulation because as we see you know and I do I mean. Is that kind of horrible thing. There when he says I'll probably leave you alive. You know and this is all. You're seeing from Rick saying it's probably be alive. Auger though if you can call that what you are living. You know it's creepy. But that's because it's been the leader the whole time and then that's That's Kim behind him was he. Was He manipulating? Poke member when hall closet With the leader put masquerading as Brian. Banner maybe yeah. I think that's Brian Banner. Skin there visit has a mustache dozen. Yeah Oh and it kind of looks like he's in behind the green door there in that that helps get. That's the leader that's the hoax. Greatest Villain Toys. He's Gamma and his like big brain whereas the hulk it's big muscles he's gotta be going because the next issue which you know who knows. We'll get it. It says folk link look at the leader in his long behind the green door. I'll tell you what was that. Oh that says that next issue it says something about. It's going to be about the leader in his journey behind the green door. So well you know what I was just thinking about with the leader. It's you know what my favorite story about. The leader is when he's ready leader and he sells US Oldham Officio. And there's a whole plotline at the end of that. Were you know? Basically the official finally outsmarts the leader because at first it's the leader outsmarting Mephisto but then methods of course gets gets it at the end. Which makes you wonder again if there's GonNa be this tie in loop de loops to the whole thing so that was fun. Who what if every were to pull these system appearances? Were getting what a half of them. Like the leader or something. I'm it could be. What do you want to show me? Show me the taskmaster ad that looks like a lightsaber. From your thought. The taskmaster was later for second. Yeah well you know what? I'm sure that's part of the inspiration for his design. Oh case do you WanNa talk anybody else or do you want to go over to Cardi's you also have road to empire which was good. I have my gods in gears and came on Wednesday from last week. We also save stuff for next week because we probably won't have comics next week. That's true that's true. Yeah I mean we we can hold off on the comics because like again like you said it's might be a while but no I would like to hear your thoughts on a record. How far did you get got to episode three? And I'm kind of like half watching them in the background while doing this. And here's one of these things it's like asking this since the board for showed up We're the BEINART okay. There is a early. Tng episode called one one zero zero zero guys who were like. They're all tied to their home worlds main computer so they all have like frames ask. I wonder like and that's because there's also this aspect of near where member I have. This idea that you know artificial beings are outlawed except well outlawed to the Federation and genetic manipulation as Doctor Julian Bashir. How how outlawed that stuff really is you know. I mean I mean you talked. Yar. That's all. We talked about season one charlie her. I'm sorry okay. What did you say? I said I said Q. And Tashi are. That's pretty much all. We talked about from season. One doesn't it seem like anymore? Yeah well no but the miners were there and they were pretty good. They take over the enterprise and also as an interesting aspect about the vine ours. They saw data as the ultimate like being like. Wow you are just full computer long. Before lure talk to the board about getting rid of their human qualities other beings saw you know that positron brain as as the as that that that goal so it makes me wonder makes them wonder. I'm on some level if we're GONNA eventually see the by Nour's in this you know if they're gonna go for that dig deep and say oh by the way. Remember this sentence. Recent computer people that we introduce species in one that you all forgot about even when we came up with the board which kind of seemed like they were kind heavily people. That would have been like. Oh Hi welcome will stimulate you actually. As a matter of fact Scott Boras we got we got such sets to show you the great decreed hive mind of the BEINART. Who's that would be so cool. It's just a storyline. Thick board credit assimilate the miners and the Beinart just assimilate the board. I will tell you know but there is a season two coming also so well I'm GonNa say I don't know exactly what they're going on. There's something about like I guess. The last board cube got destroyed by some kind of internal thing and I guess we find it. Whatever I got. You're gonNA tell me that they're gonNA reveal that because the last thing I see. The last thing I saw was the Clintons who like were the last board to be assimilated by the last remnants assimilated by the Borg. Then that board cube like imploded. And now they're all like you know kind of nuts. It's it's weird because the board kind of play a part in this but it's like the ended they really at the end of the season. It's more than Romulus and other synthetics. I mean I won't I won't go much. Yeah yeah yeah well no I mean we I mean we get a big thing with. Yeah we got a couple of episodes on the Board Cube. I mean get the return of seven of nine get hugh And there's one episode when it's coming up soon I think for you Were like you know seven and nine and Picard. I mean we never really saw them on screen before but they kind of like on Wednesday commiserate but the kind of like like Elliott wasn't it wasn't it didn't it suck to be you know a four drone. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. And of course. The card was aboard. He wasn't he wasn't really a drone he was like wherever you seven of nine people. You Know Oh yes I remember. Being aboard seventy was horrible. Seventy nine so good in essence. I could you know earn some respect. It's like man. She doesn't act like the old tonight but it can again. It's like you know it's been twenty some years. And she's been liberated from collective. Yeah Nj rinds are good actual. Is The woman act. Oh Yeah thank you now. Let's pass reverent nonsense. Was the wrecks husband. I was GONNA do an interview with five hundred thousand frakes. And he was like 'cause he directed some of these episodes. He was like he was like as good as Jerry. Ryan was back in the day. He's like I think she's like so much more in her character now than she ever was in. I don't know if it's just that they like. They just opened up. Watch the gave her more to do. So you know doesn't have to deal with the whole wage accrue although I did like to again one of these things where they so clearly have images so again. It's like they haven't gotten rid of artificial life form so I I also wonder what the heck are they really talking about? And when we look at the art of because I did see when the artificial the artificial lifeforms destroyed Mars those artificial lifeforms. Those were drowns. I mean those are clearly not meant to be anything other than just souped up Alexis Alexis with arms and legs. You know yeah. They weren't sentient droids so clearly again. It's one of these things were clearly. Whatever went wrong with them. What somebody tampering with like the mainframe nothing that's like the robots went crazy. It's clearly they have some high minded. Someone was manipulating them. Some reason he's not he's not nowhere frying pans. So yeah it's I mean it's interesting again. Posted a couple of things on online. You know like a lot of stuff seems to be outlawed in the federation and you know if you have an eighty six and it's twenty. Three Ninety nine is a twenty three eighty six twenty two eighty six. Why does it have a star date? You know you know or eighty six. Just you know. Oh you know because it states for nine hundred seventy two three eight six you know eighty snacks. That's always windows. That was a great vintage or card. Brothers find wineries. I did like that. He basically says you know. I really never wanted to be here. This really was never a place that was home for me. Says basically you know you retire you know he quits the federation? It's like what am I going to go? He could've gotten freighter and sailed the seven stars. I guess although I mean I don't know if they mentioned it earlier but I know like toward in this easier. They mentioned like Picard. The character is like ninety four years old so much so far in three episodes. Not Enough Frankie and I stand by that. You know if there's one week to several safe from these episodes not enough frankie else. Do people care about in Star Trek? Except for any what is going on with the great conglomerate conglomerate. Frankie will be cool and season too. I WanNa see I wanna I wanNA ENCOUNTER WITH PICARD IN Q. Come on Oh. His old friends come on a It'd be nice. It would be nice to see cards. I mean I'd like to see a lot of I'd loved Sierra Ricardo in here. That's what I was thinking. I'm like they need to bring in the rest of the next generation. Casper bringing other people bringing voice fifty nine people. Yeah yeah well. That was the other thing I noticed with this like. Oh here's all of records. Crew from before certificates radiation is. He got his his old buddy from from the stargazer. And I don't know how he knows that other lady 'cause I was only half watching it the one who are the eighty six. You know I'm trying to remember. It might be the next episode of the one after they do a flashback. Like they like. She was working with him when they were like. She was working with him when they were trying to evacuate the Romulus and stuff. They'll they'll flash back on that. Yeah Yeah and you know and again it's like I don't understand why one solution seems to really overreact a lot. You know it's like we can't have any genetic mutant manipulation because there was once this guy named Newtonian seeing you know Indian sincan and we don't like that but you'll probably there's a lot of positives to it you know throughout the entire baby with the bathwater. Let's say let's say the federation been infiltrated too in leaving the death. Well you know. But it is located central stricken worming things over a couple of seasons back and then the freaking shape shifter took over. It's like what has it. They've been infiltrated by a billion different creatures. Yep by Tuesday could eight four seven three to say creatures. I'm saying spies well. Yeah I mean. Obviously you know politics that I wish I mean. There's two races in the universe. Stay at kind of similar. I think Kinda split off from the others Vulcans also Malkin's vulcans masquerading as Romulus. Well Yeah I mean I. I don't remember if they've ever given that forge and so he just assumed that you know no spacefaring started on one of these you planets. One group went to one planet to another planet and dozens of parents out there that have like Vulcans on it you know but they just and completely different evolutionary tracks British Romulo because that guy on the on the qb's British that's the weirdest thing about searching is everyone is speaking with universal translator. So what does anyone have an accent? It's I guess that's accurate. Says lots lots of countries have a north? So you know. We'RE NOT DEPENDENT. So yeah he's just he's Romulu. That's how you talking with Romulus enough. Romulus mature to Romulus. Se wasn't about it. What do y'all illogical no. I'm sorry that's that's one of the Mediterranean area not a few magical anyway. Yeah but That's that's that you know. Yeah they did call out the gorn collective in this. I want me some Gorn in this Gordon. Don't get enough play yellow. They drop a few. I'm trying to remember. I can't remember a lot of them. But yeah they bring since the original series you know because we definitely get the always love and put it in an enduring in in the show I want. I want some some some Gorens in this man. Oh I know they made the you know the first thing that card free to stream and stuff did they make the ready room free to because that's like the after show with that will wheaton host. Oh I don't know I looked for a while I it's free it's all. Cbs or access. Access I have yes on. Cbs whole access. Yeah yes so. I have the entire. Cbs Oh assets for a month for free. And yes and you know and if you if you have time smart if you have time do discovery I dunno season. Three's supposed to start soon. I'm like I'm like I'm getting through season two now pretty good. I mean when I when I saw the first episode headed free on TV. I wasn't impressed but I've been watching it. It gets a lot better. 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Big Mouth

Behind The Scenes: Stranger Things 3

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Big Mouth

"On the first three seasons of the behind the scenes podcast. We focused on a single hit television series. We've taken you to the upside down a stranger things to the content of the witcher and to nineteen sixty dollars with the umbrella academy. But if you've been on netflix. Recently you'll probably notice that these days there just as many incredible animated shows as action so in this season of behind the scenes. We're not focusing on just one show. We're getting a sneak. Peek from five different hit animated series that take us from the middle school cafeteria to the medieval realm of dreamland to the far planet of ethier each episode. We'll talk show runners voice actors and animators about adapting franchises from the nineteen eighties. To present day. How comedy changes from live action to the sound booth in all the steps it takes to bring cartoons to life. We'll look at how she ruined. The princess is a power became a diverse of this community. Best friends how voltron legendary defenders gut girls involved in its cartoon world. I can't man up. How castle vania turned video game into a dark and gritty anime okay and how the comedic cast of disenchantment draws from their real life dynamic to voice a group of memorable france. You know it's a great night where we still up to see the plague patrol on break. Search we've got something for the die hard fans ambert those. You're just curious. About how animated series your made and some light spoilers. Along the way. I'm your host brandon jenkins and in our first episode. We're going behind the scenes of season. Four big mouth. Big mouth is inspired by the real life. Teen years of creators. Nick kroll andrew goldberg andrew. Goldberg and i have known each other since we were six years old in each episode cartoon andrew and nick along with their friends jay jesse missy matthew and lola navigate puberty. They're helped along the way by few hormone monsters. Hairy anthropomorphic creatures that embodied very real and sometimes scary hormones for sale at hand steph. Made me canny the lit on. Should we do cement steph. Do this season starts at summer camp. Where nick andrew. Jessie early getting more and more uncomfortable with their changing bodies in raging hormones. Going for you really terrible you nightmare. Meanwhile mris figuring out what it means for her to be mixed race. You guys haven't told me anything about being black. I didn't even know. The difference is read puckett by jane. Lola fund love for the first time. Fictive all connection to the eighth grade really. You mean like boyfriend and girlfriend. No cane choline asked. The show was always personified. Feelings horny shame and depression with anthropomorphized monsters. Wizards and kitties and with this season comes to a new additions tito things. It mosquito voiced by comedian. Maria bamford have no friends. You become a unit bomber manifest and the gratitude voiced by zach galvanic. When i feel my lily pad sinking down into the muck you know what i do. Think you're gonna tell me. I try to think about all the things. I'm grateful for makes me feel a little better to understand how new seasons of established cartoons gave made be caught up with creator writer and voice actor. Nick kroll but how. He and his teammates for each season grows and changes just like their characters. We also talk with new writers. Meet johari in brandon cow goodman about how they brought their personal experiences to the writer's room and the lessons they learn from this season so grab your backpacks and get ready to take notes. We're going back to middle school. This is behind the scenes animation. Hi my name. Is nick kroll. I am a co creator co executive producer writer and do number of voices on big mouth. Okay so with all those many roles walk us through. The process of the show gets made. Who's sitting there with you what you are working on. How long does it take. You know it's probably about two years ago. In because usually me mark levin jennifer flack in andrew goldberg who were the other creators and executive producers on the show mark levin. Now he's one of those four created by knives at the end of the theme south. Who's the ludd I heard they're all married to each other for hollywood. We usually meet before we actually start the season. I believe andrew goldberg had the idea for looking at anxiety as a major theme for the season. I think both because of what we were just seeing and feeling and talking to kids and dealing with ourselves so what. We'll do that as a room as we then will come in and be like. Here's what we're thinking. This season is about anxiety and then we continued to zero in on the stories and then obviously outlined and start to draft and then table reads and then once those are all done and we voiced the season than antibiotic start to come in because of the lengthy process in it. You're always kind of watching throughout the season even though are writing in voicing processes about five months or so. It's a beauty of animation. Is that you just get so many opportunities to make jokes. Funnier makes stories. Work better All that kind of stuff you know. The season kicks off summer camp. It's really the beginning of the season but also The beginning of knicks anxieties. Well how personal was a storyline for you like where you can't kid. I was I did go to summer. Camp and andrew goldberg in fact came to the same summer camp. I went to a couple of had been there for a few years. And then andrew joins me at the camp and you know there was actually some light concern of like. Oh will we're home friends. Will it be weird to now. Be camp friends Us so we have that an end. In fact that seth rogan. Who plays seth goldberg on. The show is loosely based on a friend of ours. Who was like. I considered my best friend. And then andrew came to our camp and over the years like they became very very close and at times i felt sort of like i felt like i had become the third wheel So we condense that way down into a few episodes but that's really based on us going to camp together and like an as a kid who was a late. Bloomer hit puberty later camp showers. You know those big group showers were. I definitely felt a lot of anxiety as a kid. You know group showers because he was sort of like i was like i think everyone else's hit puberty and i haven't so it was like a a lot of that was very much based on our real experiences of being a camp. Little rat knows shit. Now little dick nixon. Not a cloud can't take it. I get it. That's one of the first things i noticed. I wasn't a camp kid but when you sort of have that vin diagram of fringe groups and you have them up. It's always something about that as a kid is very tense. I don't know what that is but that is a real thing. Yeah well. I think certain kids got to change their identities in different spaces so like i may be not that cool at school but when i get to camp. I'm cool like girls like me or you know i'm an i'm speaking to my experience of like i'm very well behaved in in school but when i get to sunday school or hebrew school i. I'm like a bad kid. And so your friends. See you through those different lenses. 'cause especially at that age kids are really trying on their personas trying on personalities. Trying to figure out who they are. And sometimes they don't always match up you know and on top of that. You know andrew goldberg and i have known each other since we were six years old and became best friends in middle school and stayed friends through high school and college and then we both moved to l. a. and had very different tracks that you know andrew worked You know a family guy for many many years. And i was doing comedy and the fact that we've come back together to do this show together. Which could have gone terribly. You know like we work together since like doing skits in like eighth grade. The fact that lead. Yeah it's crazy that we had not worked together from the age of fourteen and we came back together at thirty seven thirty eight to try to see if we still had it. And that that has brought us closer together and connected on on such a deeper level than Is is really crazy and very gratifying. You said something about talking to kids. And i thought was interesting Are are you literally pulling sort of like some of their issues and storylines from like kids that you know yeah we. We talked to a lot of experts throughout on one thing that we also did was. We talked to a sex educator in san francisco And named shafie zoom and she connected us to a bunch of her students but we would skype with her students and get feedback on things that they thought we were doing. Well things that they had ideas for. We'd sometimes pitch them ideas for episodes or areas that and whether that felt true or not and in in season four we also spoke to therapists as we dealt with anxiety. We talk to therapists. As to like advice. They had about how to deal with anxiety. What are not only addressing symptoms of anxiety but also what are some methods to to deal with one of the interesting things. I think throughout the season. And you brought it up already is zaidi you'll all really centered on that throughout the episode. Run man. it's been there in prior seasons but you really sort of crystallize. It you know. In the form of thing zaidi mistletoe. Tito wide personify tito. We landed on tito the mosquito because anxiety does a it bites you and then it's not like something else that it bites you and then it just goes away. There's a bite in leaves a mark like you. We've all been outside and it seems like it's a lovely night and then all of a sudden you get hit with a mosquito and then you start to it and then even if the mosquitoes gone. You can't get out of your head that there's a mosquito around that it could come back so many fucking mosquitoes. I can't believe how are you having panic attack. Who said that did head. What the hell are you and tito things i skied. Oh the idea that anxiety can start to come at you from all different angles and compound itself. It can start at something very small but it it can grow and it's really cumulative so that that was i think some of the original ration- for it and then to combat tito. You made the gratitude. what's the deal with. That was his story. We did speak to therapist. Who has worked with a lot of writers And we talked about like what are ways to combat anxiety and obviously also researching Breathing chest just break okay. I know that when. I'm anxious when i'm not in touch with my body that i am. My breath is very shallow and that you can sort of take depressed. The like some of that anxiety can sort of get peeled away a little bit and he talked about different methods of how to deal with one of the things he talked about was gratitude and i remember very clearly in the room. We time gratitude deny immediately it was like oh like a grotto d- and then that became a character for us to to play with in as a way to deal with it. This is the gratitude. He's got this like goofy southern drunk on moonshine vibe. But most importantly he's really helped me with my anxiety is your mate. I imagine you end up talking a lot about very personal issues in the writer's room so now i'm wondering how just a process of researching and writing about anxiety might have impacted your own anxiety or the anxiety of the room. We have to create a very safe space to talk in our writer's room because things are so personal. And you know. I have to say that this season for of big mouth. We're very pleased with it. But we were relieved to be done with it because all of this talk about anxiety was an anxiety ridden. We couldn't quite escape it and are a bunch of our characters. Couldn't escape it and specifically nick really carries it through the whole season and really is a deep dive into his anxiety. Neuroses an and on some level my own anxieties and neuroses everybody has different versions of it. And i think all of our writers brought different elements to to speak to those different versions of it. So you know. There's so much heavy lifting on the writing portion and i know that the recording still work. But how much room is there for. You ought to sort of let loose have fun. You know throw ad libs and improvise because of our insanely talented cast. Who were all very funny performance but also for the most part writers as well. We've always leaned on the fact that we are gonna have our voice talent. Come in and be able to improvise an add things and we. You know as much as possible. Lean into that for example like j. Lola have a ton of story together in season. Four and jason zukin. I are incredibly close friends and have worked together a ton in so whenever possible. We get us in the room together. And there was always improvising inside of that. May i tongue you. My queen permission granted. My king will thinking about that for jay and lois storyline this season How much of that was. Just you know people wanting to push the limits for you and jason together. I mean the sexual chemistry between jason soukous in is undeniable was never. It wasn't always the plan. But i think we realized early on as we were starting to conceive of this jan. Lola really have a ton in common. They're both basically parent less and are craving to have a real strong connection to someone and because of that like really being kind of latchkey kids. And the fact that they're both like incredibly horny. Felt like they would be a really fun match. Besides in addition the fact that you know jason. And i have a very very close friendship and and really love performing an improvising together that it felt like it would work for a lot of reasons to to bring them together. Is there a particular moment or seeing that stands out for you without ruining too much. There's an episode that we call hand stuff that metra and brain wrote. And you know it's all about. It's all about his hand stuff fingering hand jobs Masturbation all the stuff that you know kids in middle school are just beginning to kind of deal with and think about so. There are scenes where you know. Jay and lola are trying to navigate that stuff hand stuff and it was. I mean hilariously bizarre to be doing those scenes with jason. Teach me the ways of your kingdom with paul wider jays It was quite an experience in a new new level to our friendship. Do you think the show is more for kids as they progress going forward or is it more for adults looking backwards to conceptualize happened. I think the show started as a look back for specifically for andrew nye about our childhood and it was always set in the present day but there was a feeling of like you know a little bit of nostalgia but as the seasons have gone on. I think we've really tried to make it feel very current and i think we when we realized that kids were watching it that we wanted to speak to what it feels like now to be kids and i think the beauty of puberty is that it doesn't matter whether it's a nostalgic look back or a current day dissection year just puberty is universal uncontrollable horny nece in nineteen. Seventy five is the same as it is in nineteen ninety one and continues on in two thousand and twenty how that morning. This manifests might be different. Like what you know. What kids are. You're masturbating to whether it's a good discarded playboy or like disgusting pornhub link Changes and and i think we you know we want to speak to all of those things and hopefully the universality of of puberty allows us to speak to kids now as much as it does people in their forties and fifties. Nick wasn't the only one who had to relive his teen years. This season saw newcomers me trajectory and branco goodman adding their own personal stories to the show. We talked to both of them about what it's like. Joining an established series like big mouth and how their fears anxieties and embarrassing moments made their way into the scripts. All right So we're going to start with the most basic of basics. Can you both introduce yourself and say what you do on big mouth. Yes my name. Is brandon kyle goodman my announcer. He they and i am a writer on the show. My name's michio dahari My pronouns her she her and i am also a writer on the show key. Sort of create the right of room environment forest us like sort of start to finish you guys embarking on a new season. What's the process like. I can see you're about to laugh so imagining its environment. My god person so much brandon. I always sit next to each other. We started we started writing for the show the same season this season a season four and really felt region. There are just like inseparable in love. Lots of not so lots of guys pay attention. Because you know we're just enamored with one another so for both of you. What is this show taught you about writing for animation specifically like how is that different than i guess like live action the the imagination like it like the first thing that i realized. Oh my imagination is trash. You know because you have such such a big imagination as a kid and it gets stomped out of you as you grow up animation. Is this world where literally anything you can dream it up. We can go there. We can go to mars. We can do this. We can defy a period and so really having to stretch my imagination again and lean into his mutual. Says the silliness that has been kind of beautiful takeaway in my own life right and even like thinking about you know what our country has to do and being willing to kind of dream up things that you you haven't thought about up new solutions right like it. Like whatever were in in this country right now is going to require machination and so being able to flex that muscle and learned that i needed to flex that muscle is really special and sacred to me and i really do owe that to the show big theme for season for his anxiety. Can you talk a little bit about that and why anxiety just feels like the right theme right now. Isn't it wild. It's kind of funny. That i mean it's funny but the idea that we wrote this twenty. Nineteen the epa is kind of came in and said we want them to be about anxiety and then to know. It's coming out in the middle of one of the most anxiety. Ridden years that i've ever experienced feels appropriate and and serendipitous if i if i don't even with that word means but it does sound good as we're gonna go i also love that the to see the manifestation tito because it kind of makes it more manageable because you know 'inciting inside of anxiety just right now in terms of you know the pandemic and racial reckoning edge. You're feeling it and it's hard to to work through it. And i think seeing tito kind of allows it to be this other thing that you can combat not not completely defeat all the time and that's not the point of the season but you learn how to manage. Yes it's like. No it's not that one big monster. It's many little monsters. Yes yeah yeah cast. Hey you're not so scary when you're small yet. I'm mosquito is actually pretty manageable dice delicious and again the point not being that this is how you get rid of it completely. But the point being like it is manageable can be manageable. And here's a tool to manage or to to consider inside of our own personal anxious journeys. I like that you said manage. Because i think that's like it's really interesting to note that these small people are going through this and here. We are as adults trying to defeat thing. And it's like there's a lot of like management that needs to go on and like settling with that idea. I feel like it's such a trap of like especially with like so much of the narrative around self care and stuff like that. Were like every day for two hours. You will erase the bad feelings. Whatever just so. I don't know i mean i like kudos to anyone who can but for me. It's like what can i do to make the bad feelings feel slightly less bad them and to enjoy the good feelings as i have them which is easy. So if anybody find How did the actual like craft of writing about like with through the characters storytelling. Does that help at all. Like are you able to like literally pen something and see all. This is what i'm feeling right now or is it just like. Is it a nicest traction from things you're feeling or is it just like all the things to get to point. B i mean. I think you know it's like i feel like everybody probably has some unresolved trauma from puberty or things that happened to them. But you know. I i don't know i i did feel you know. Obviously it's a. It's a different situation. But i did feel like a level of catharsis from the mri story i mean by data is in and i think like watching that episode. Where like the mirror shatters and you see the pieces come back together. And it's like there's that feelings like that. I that i relate to like i'm middle eastern and like being the not white enough for my hometown and then not brown enough. When i went to iran. It was very like this. You know that was such an experience of being like that feeling of like. Oh am i nothing when miss missy talks about. I really related to that. I think watching that. I watched it again last night and i like i cry every time. The mirror comes back together because it just feels so real to me. Oh there i am. I'm all of these mris. Oh mosaic missy. It captured a moment for me of that happened to me. Like in my twenties an lucky missy is kind of happening a little sooner for her. So i'm actually curious so as a characters that you feel most Connected to or are they the ones you like riding foremost or is it. Sometimes the ones out of the the furthest away from who you really are for me. I think the ones. I like writing the most like i love writing for matthew missy and andrew because andrew is like i know that he's not but he feels like a queer icon training Matthew obviously is clear. And there's a sassine us about him and missy has innocence about her. That i think i try to hold onto so i think when you understand a character it becomes easier to for them and so i definitely know for me. I gravitate towards those for sure. What about you. I definitely identify with missy. A lot. like sort of horny dork. Who has you know. Some some identity confusion and i think also like i love writing for jay and boola and andrew. I would say like the most disgust. Sto characters are the ones that i really love the most but not necessarily the ones i identify with the most. So you're creating these moments on screen that you're drawing from your childhood. I'm curious we're either of you. Anxious children oh yes absolutely. I mean matthew kind of being out with his friends but then having to have that conversation with his mother For me that happened in college. I was united. Came out to my friends kind of living my queer life but had come out to my mother and then like dealing with the anxiety of that you know for missy with code switching learning about these different parts of yourself and how to compartmentalize but also bring it together. I mean that was. I mean that was middle. School high school for me as well when i was thirteen. There's no one to really articulate that nothing was really being explicit about learning how to do that or the necessity of that or the fucked up of that Or or or the nuances of that and so it's really exciting to see those pieces of i think our childhood though so that hopefully the new generation can understand it. A little more Eric i think there are moments in every season and i think you know so much of it comes from a real lives and from the raiders. Realize where i'm like. Oh if i had seen that. When i was in junior high filming so much less disgusting alone i and i don't wanna speak for younger people because i think ultimately like the most part they're much cooler could have much more access than we did and like are just so much more aware like i don't want to say we're like blowing anyone's mind but i'm saying that it would blow my mind Which is exciting. So i mean it's like stuff about periods like seeing a girl have a big period in a in a bed around other people Holy shit did you kill. Someone says your fat period seems like a lot of blood way. More than normal has also like chunky. There was there was a moment in college was at a guy's got my period on his couch and i just flipped the couch cushion over and never said anything because i was just like what am i supposed to do in control of and get out of there you all are taking personal experiences and then you know riding them letting them play on an animated show and you're dealing with purity which is inherently a messy experience but is there a limit to what you can show on screen even animation system whereas the poop emerson right. Yeah yeah yeah so like a shit coming out of the shit talk. Let's talk about it. I want to be like to have the bill okay. It's just a little too brown like maybe just like a little that conversation after watching the antibiotics with a little bit. We're having like like we're parsing. What how much shit comes out or something. It's like an and it all matters but it is just how this is my job to brown motherfuckers. Trion shit me. I'll watch against It's just wild to and i'm going to also say we are more committed to the storytelling so it's it's not to be vulgar for sake or shock for shock sake. There is a bit of care that we take as we tackle these really gross moment. Which i think is what makes the show successful and exciting. I think people feel like we can. They can explore and examine these really gross parts of our childhood at the same time. They're also going to be taken care of 'cause we're not just gonna make the shit to brown you know. I thought that's what we call rain to. either of. You have a moment you were part of in the writers. You mentioned extremely proud of like Whether it's reflected on screen for us an audience to see or maybe one that didn't make it but like sort of lives with you. The code switching episode. I was really proud to be part of the process of helping to break that story. Are you serious. You don't have one of these. You don't have a coats. Which no i think that. It was so beautifully written and broken but to be a part of helping to navigate mris confronting her blackness because that was really important to me. Because i think it is it gets left behind is that we don't need to have somebody have this oppressive kind of base narrative but blackness and identifying your blackness is a part of puberty to me that was there was a moment inside of my puberty along with the hormones where i had to identify my race and i had to understand how my race sits inside of the world that i'm living in the classroom that i'm in and so it was really special to be able to go on that journey with the writer of that episode with missy and you know all of that was really cool for me i think also the the j. in lawless story is something that i feel really connected to and like i. I love the way that their relationship is treated on the show and that it they really do care about each other and like that. I love you moment. I love a lot. Hey lola yes. Hey i i love you all. Thanks j. your goal. Do we're nearing the end here. So i'm curious. Are there any big takeaways. You hope fans skit from this season you know. The season is about anxiety. And so i hope that one. They're given an escape. You know like it is important inside of all this fighting and so. I hope that they're able to get some of that. Inside of the show and moments of joy that are sacred and sometimes few and far between and then. I hope that at the same time. They're able to take away the value of of gratitude. You know i'm brandon. Like stole my answer because i know they knows your yeah i think the same i hope people feel seen and I hope that people how fun. I hope that people try the gratitude thing i really like i think was my big takeaway was practice gratitude. And that's it for this week's episode of behind sees stay tuned for next week when we interview showrunner noelle stevenson and actor. Aimee carrero she wrote the princess. Power they tell us how the reboot is influenced by the original one thousand nine hundred cartoon antao show by one superhero turned into an insoluble series of powerful characters. So that was always my approaches. Shiro was are the characters always central. Are they sense. It takes the entire series for her to learn the biggest lesson which is being a hero. Doesn't mean going it alone. It actually requires the entire community behind the scenes. Animation is a netflix pineapple street studios production. I'm your host brandon jenkins if you liked what you heard please subscribe rate and review this podcast. Thanks for listening.

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Talking Sports Gambling & Vegas with Lisa Ann! - The Power Trip After Party

The Power Trip After Party

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Talking Sports Gambling & Vegas with Lisa Ann! - The Power Trip After Party

"The power trip after party presented by floodlight seltzer. But he walked into the power trip after party and here we are live. Brought to you by bud light seltzer. That's zach halverson down. There meets paul ambert. My name is chris occupant. None of that matters. Because lisa an comes to us from her palatial mansion in new york city. Hi lisa and good morning. Everybody how are we. We're good but can i just tell you i love your hair like that. Thank you on vacation. I decided i was going to take three weeks. Off is make it look like. I did something while i was gone. So and my actual hairdresser poor still in california after for so many years. No i'm happy here. If if my hairdresser sees i love you but for a cut. Let's change it up. let's go kurt bangs. Let's do something different so here. I am getting used to a new hairstyle. It's been fun and thank you very much for noticing. I've gotten a lot of compliments. So it's it's all good. Would you go on vacation. I went out west. And i really just wanted to spend time with my people. I spent time in lake tahoe and the rest of the time in southern california. Just kind of staying with friends and you know having meals with with people. It's just so different. We became so isolated during koga. Now we're working for home and you have to actually make an effort say like oh we need to like hang out. Make time to hang out. I was just in southern california. It's such a beautiful area. It's everybody's nice. Just perfect. the weather's like seventy to like seventy four every single day. Southern california's may be the greatest place on the planet. I did thirty years than i absolutely loved it and i even like endured earthquakes and was like okay if this is how i die. Although the last major earthquake guy was in was was really. When i was at this. Tipping point two. Am i gonna move fulltime new york city. Leave the great weather. The weather's amazing but there's so many things about california that are out of control and and one of them is the homeless population. And when you drive down the freeways and you just see litter garbage just stacked everywhere doesn't even look like we're in this country right I'm like this. Is los angeles like this is so sad So there's definitely a lot of work that needs to be done. It's gonna affect that state for quite some time right now. Fifty percents of fires are started by a homeless encampment. Cooking other was just a big one in the pacific palisades last week. So what can you do about that. That's a crisis. That's a reason to go. We went to ocean beach in san diego. And it's all along. The ocean is just people either begging for money or looking for money or sleeping on the sidewalks. It's really sad because the west hits unlike in minnesota or in new york. It's beautiful all year so yeah you can just live outside it. It's really sad all year all year and solar is such a great option. You know you'll notice a lot of people. There have like solar phone chargers like they're living a decent campgrounds life but yet whether nothing better. But we're having some great spring-summer ish weather in the city right now on. I'm sitting close to where when i'm not like you i can have my my door open. Patio fresh air. While i'm working and it's just beautiful outright now. I know it's gonna be a hot summer with probably a ton of this. Ito's zander when when i hear a a celebrity talk about the difference between living in new york city and living in los angeles. There's a million obviously but one of the things that always seems to come back to. Is that a new york city you can. You can have a certain degree of anonymity because even if you're famous people store sorta leave you alone in los angeles is exact opposite. Is that your experience as well. It really really is and you have a better chance of blending in here. I think too when you think about like inner city would it was busy. Ivories on our hustle. You've gotta catch train like they don't care about you at all Which is totally different than but you know. It's a great place to be an influence her. Because there's a lot of granting that can be easily done here between different restaurants and parkson museums things that you already love to do. You're a c. Evaluate whether so many celebrities in l. a. That it's harder to get those gigs. you know. You don't need a another guy telling how beautiful you are all the time. But i can't help but to give you another compliment real quick one quick. When you move your arms i mean. Obviously you work. I'd like you got some guns on you. That's awesome city. You gotta be ready at any time. You never know what's going to go down Yeah and working out always always been pilot like by lifeblood. What kept be balanced. It's like that one hour a day to yourself to it's i normally. We'll take a break sports radio and listen to music And i just feel good about the results over time to realize sleep better. You overall just feel better. I took a break during my vacation. And i only did like nature things hikes walks and i felt a huge difference. When i come back. I felt this like craving to get back lift heavier weights and be a little bit of pain. Again is been great so you should try working out. Yeah i really. I mean i. When we were in san diego we walked everywhere and my gals like two steps in front of me walking in a normal pace. And i like languish along. I'm so slow. And just my feet drag fifteen-year-olds breath. I'm not kidding. You walking like there was a slight incline. And i'm like who take a break like. Can we stop at this bar like i'm so out of breath i admire people that can work out every single day. I know it's a lot of people. I'm not one of them. Can you consider rollies. Those little wheels that come down underneath the sneakers for kids. I'm straight me for adults for adults. Hard to i would use them everywhere. I'm the guy that like if there is a moving walkway i'm getting on it. Even if it's like barely moving. I will i will. I love those in the airport. That's like a respite for me. When i'm walking through the airport you standard you walk. I stand in the walking area. And i always have the the try hard. Who's like move. And i'm like i'm listening to some depressing shit so i'm sorry i'll get out of your way. Yeah zach did you have a quick. 'cause you're just sitting there so polite. Oh i'm enjoying the conversation. I just i wanna to know like. Is this going to be another inappropriate question. Well no it's not going to be an appropriate. We had the less you liked it. It was great question. Good thank you very much I just wanted to like boy when it comes to social media. I mean you got a million fought like literally like a million followers on twitter. I'm sure there's a lot of of cons to that. But what is it cool to have that as a cool to have that interaction that crazy numbers that whenever you tweet something that millions of people literally it. It's an awesome kind of sidebar value to the brand that i collected being in the industry and this was something that could have never been planned for predicted because remember i was in the industry before the internet will so obviously. I've been around since before social media. Who knew that poured was gonna drive the internet as we started. Who knew and three experts. I was trolling twitter. And i'm like. I can't believe i'm watching foreign right now because that's really what i was seeing back back. So it's it's an awesome business tool now. I'll say. I probably gained a lot more value for social media during the pandemic because you do form relationships with people that you've never met and then you have relationships with people. Luckily for me who traveled on the road. You know twenty five plus years. I met people that i could still pictures standing at the pool table signing eight by ten and chatting them up and then you remember things so during the pandemic. I realized this was my social life. This actually became something for me. That was more than just a tool in business that i was pretty stoked that it happened that i could leverage for income. This became a place where i got to check in be sure everyone was okay and they got to see that i was okay so i think there's a small percentage of people that i absolutely love talking to on a regular race slush that way just like when you go to a big event right is a group of people you want to hang with your group and you do a bit on tuesdays called tuesday. Take down of all the fake accounts. It was funny yesterday. Because i was on the internet and on twitter of course and you. There's i don't know if there's a more parodied person on social media than you it's constant and some of the accounts are like you didn't even in. This is a guy coming from who put zero effort in anything. The effort level put into. Somebody's like lisa boobs. And you're like what that accounts that these people make about. You are so bad. So bad. I mean my ass has its own account. Groups has its own account. You know. I think the reason. I'm also recently learned that this is another vehicle for scamming on another platform because only fans is connected to our twitter Making pasta accounts and then burning content. Another girl's account on onlyfans putting it up on this onlyfans a cashing in on the money until you get caught is now a scam. That i'm trying to get ahead of. It's something that i just discovered probably about a month ago. It was like oh this is happening. A good to know another reason for me being such a big target is if you think about me being in the industry since the vhs era i of a lot of older followers that may have just gotten into the internet during the pandemic and really do believe that because we met in nineteen ninety seven in pittsburgh adult bookstore for for five minutes that i am direct messaging with them at all hours of the night. Wait to beat them. They've made from my phone bill. Get me some apples. Are i tunes. Cars have you. I'm really trying to raise awareness about that as well. It's not just as much about me personally. Hopefully eventually they realize she's not worth doing this to because she catches up with it and that really to raise the awareness on the whole i mean i read a great article last night about a moscow elon. Musk impersonator People fell four and actually lost a ton of bitcoin And this person had the blue check this person so when you get a message maybe you should verify it. Just like we're in sports. You have to sports story. You see the news. Click on it. You know you're gonna verify it through three or four more sources before you actually fall for like. Oh this really happened On tuesdays is a broad of light. let's remind everybody not to fall for hosters the internet and also to continue to send the message to the people who are doing this to me like it's not worth it because i'll have me shutdown brilliant By the way again this and the power trip after party youtube channel. Make sure you subscribe while you're here and come back and watch us and and we're lucky enough at least an joins us about once a month so we're glad to have you and i wanna talk to you about radio and football and all that stuff as well. But i was listening to seth rogan's new book on audio book. It's fantastic. he's hilarious love him. Did he do it and he did his right. He did it himself. it's so good. And they produce at least so they They have actors come in like he's talking about tom cruise. A guy does a tom cruise impression if he's talking about long. It's so funny. You have money to do your audiobook. Here's me schlepping in my bedroom. Studio yours sounds great too but it so his book. Yeah so so. Seth was talking about the difference between movie stars and rock stars and how much weirder rockstars or music. Stars are than movie stars because his point was rockstars. Never have to talk to regular people but movie stars do from time to time on the set who are running. The you know the the mics and such like that. So let me ask you to rank them one to three. Because you know a lot of rockstars. I'm sure you know a lot of movie actors and obviously you know a lot of porn stars. Well on the weirdness scale overall putting people into boxes put them one to three. On the weirdness scale i'm gonna put porn stars last right off the bat. Because i don't see really any weirdness there because i see a clear a amount of expression and everyone were all able to just let our flag fly right. We're not paranoid about what people think about us. I would have to say. I would be actors because there's so much more guarded as human beings. There's so much more. Afraid of trusting people around them. That's such a heavyweight on them. Which i really understood with some friendships that i had but it makes them a little bit nutty as well and i lived by example. Because i know what it's like to get paranoid and then you lash out on somebody that had nothing to do with the situation. So i understood but that kind of weird and it makes them repressed because they're also afraid to explore themselves sexually because they don't trust anybody But i don't really see you know rockstars as really being that weird. I mean a lifestyle they live is so different because it's okay for them to finish his show at eleven and go to a bar when people have a great time haven't after partner hotels sleep get on the tour bus. What have you as an actor you got go to bed. Get to carry your scared. You've gotta work out get eight right like l'amour to it. Yeah i was gonna ask you about Sports gambling. Which i know you're very fond of I'm a big hockey guy. Love love ocoee my number one sport but i have a hard time betting on it because it is so difficult to predict any sports in particular that you will not bet on our. Don't like to bet on because it is so hard to predict what's going to happen. Yeah i think baseball can be really tough to bet on I think you're better off doing you know profits or futures when it comes to baseball. I mean baseball. You've got everything going on. And then you add mother nature right sort of raining halfway through the game with and especially now at the new rules of the game is being. Meet up at the seven innings. But i understand that with hockey. And i know this is a big time and this has to be the year that i studied hockey in the off season. And then i pick a team and i start following hockey's it's the one sport but like look as soon as done with you that volume would back on. I've got pga. There's big thing it'd be pga all day. Nj all right so like an baseball. I'm still you know. I bitch about no hitters. Like let's just let it go all right. I'll stop the play So yeah. I don't bet on my dallas cowboys because i find that i'm too superstitious. And so all. I place a bet thinking This isn't going to happen if it's to their benefit only bet if i think they're going to lose and then that's horrible as well but they're so easy to predict loss not as much on a win when it comes to betting on golf are you. Are you somebody that will look at the odds and go okay. I like these guys because they're ranked higher or do you like a lot of good. Good gulf betters will look at like. Hey this guy won last year the odds of winning it again this year. Tough like column or cow won it last year. He may not repeat because it's tough to repeat or there are there times where you look at these and you'll go wa just like this guy because i got a hunch win. What are your strategies depending golf. I really liked to listen to random up. Podcast india france reporters that come on especially on the fantasy channel on my channel on sirius. Xm because they will throw out stats that would take so long to dive into and then bring it home to climate Initially played for ten years in how many tournaments played so far this year. What the odds are. They're playing this many tournaments back to back when i heard solid taurus's named come up three five tournaments ago I was like and then. How close did he get. He finished in the top three grand. Yeah that was where random reporter. So i think it's really finding those true golf historians that follow everything and getting that information you look at stats all you want. But they will just bring up. One thing that you couldn't have got mostachi that really brings it home and says okay. I'm going for or a lot of it is to like the number one standing in. This is always what they're driving accuracy. And how far do they hit it off the tee. Well as as as as we see bryson outstanding. But it's driver. Accuracy is like one hundred and fortieth on the tournament so people who look at and go well. He hits it huge. That doesn't mean it's accurate. And so that he's a name that always comes off the board because people just assume well it can bomb the golf ball that puts them in a good position. But as we've seen early it hasn't put them in a good position it hasn't you know what also they're doing service when it comes to the highlights because they'll show you a highlight of bryson with three hundred forty five yards off the tee right but then you wanna watch hut. You wanna see how painful it just kills me. I mean slow debt. And what's the point of going for three forty five. You're gonna make it all up at the end of the game. It's like the seeds around you and you end up at the same red light. What's the big deal but you're right and it's great because what in does z. Throws off the betti numbers and he also throws a curveball to those who aren't as invested in following the real stats in the golf world. And so would he does is he allows us to have a better range of competition because it just drives the mindset to the expectations diverting away another reason why you gotta really scrounged find good. Pg news got betting golfers my favorite. I know that. I've taken over this but like dust. Last week he withdrew. He was like third on the list of guys. And it's just the best. I love betting golf. I watch every second of it. It's the every second of it. I i either. It's it's the greatest backdrop when you're working in doing things the most relaxing absolutely. I love to see all the courses. You must love nature like i do. Just seeing the courses it's a dream of mine to go to the masters Hoping to do that in the next couple of years like i just look so incredible. Why noah guy if you need some help getting in there what i gotta do. I've friends of mine have got him did that. I went to listen. You text right now. It's just it's great. And i'm not a guy nature i just spent seven days and san diego. My legs are just pay a white. So i i kind of hide inside but yeah golf betting wales. Well get know a guy who can get you in. And what do. I have a question for you. That has nothing to do with golfer. Fantasy football or anything. The poucher morning show was scheduled. We finally got it in the books. We're going to vegas last week in july. Were broadcasting live as we do once a year and i know that Obviously you can go to vegas and do anything anytime you want. But we are formally inviting you to join us in las vegas and come out and hang out with the power trippers and meet the listeners beyond the air with us hang out with us go to the pool with us. Go to the hair as outdoor bargain wasted with whatever you wanna do. If you're willing and if you're interested please let sauce. You know. We'll take care of it last weekend in july. Is this correct. correct. I'm really glad that you ask because you know what your listeners invited me and i couldn't take the end goal. Go around you guys lost. Like i'll just wait until they break i will. I will look into this. You know i've been having some vegas cravings lately. And i have a lot of great friends out there as well so it's kind of a why not situation now. You do realize how hot it is biggest in july right. Yeah yeah we do. We never leave the casinos. Pay what we're not going to promote outside or anything like that and the problem is we broadcast local time vegas from three thirty to seven in the morning so in the middle of the night we start the show but the best part of that is by seven thirty. I'm walking down the strip. I'm already having my first drink of the day. It's the best ever so you guys stay up all night or you actually go to sleep at night to get up to be ready to the show at three. Am depends on what you wanna do. I mean if you want us to go out we'll go out. Lisa show us around most the time. I tried to sleep good. Yeah i would probably choose the bedroom and then have some warning drinks because its biggest and you could do that. Because i'm you know. I'm not going to be pleasant on air after i've had a couple of cocktails and we liked that to the left of me. That's how we made his just shit his career. We call him sacked daniels because he was literally double fisting jack and we had to deliver the show that we require his. He was so we we saw everybody was. I gave out my rom. I room everything. Yeah we deleted the whole thing. He gave on his room number. He was even the right room number asking randoms if they're shaved or not. It was real look at it and he did. I think i slept it off. I didn't have actually. That's the craziest thing. I drink probably more than i have ever had in my life in vegas. But there's some that atmosphere. I don't know what it was. We had so much fun. I the button. Hang on mccain. It'd be fun i guess. If you come to vegas you need to travel with the bodyguard. Something like that. Just let us know what you need. We'll figure it out but we'd love to i'll use. I'll use security out there i would. I'll do as often use somebody local. Then they're able to pick me up at the airport as well. Easy peasy we got this angle. We were just love to have you in all seriousness. It's a lot of fun. And we're we're bringing were bringing on the plane with us. I think ninety listeners. Something like that. They'll end up being hundreds of people out there with the show. They all come out. It's it's it's blast. It's a really good time so it's to be so much fun it's ridiculous. We sold out two planes a couple years ago so this because this one was originally scheduled for last year. But i you heard. There was a pandemic anchored shot panorama when his the favorite diva favorite spot. Don't las vegas or they're places you like to go restaurants anything like that. You know i really. I stay a lot at mandalay because mandalay has some private rooftop pools region have groups book. Cabanas they all their own bathroom. You have your own pool overlooks everything else. Pretty awesome the sweetser. Amazing new suites. The mgm are also incredible. I'm pretty neutral. I feel like it's been forever from you. There was a time where. I would vegas like other weekend california. I would drive out. Yeah you phase where you realize how close it is your twenties. You're like odds go saying it was the best i lived in la for a year. And i probably went to vegas fifteen times for the year that there was just the best ever. So you lead paul. Know if that's something you want to do as always thank you so much for joining us. We appreciate monopolize a lot of your time. Tell everybody watching right now on the patrick after party youtube page here a we're can they listen to you. When can they listen to you on serious and such so i almost you can follow all of my social media at the release am including my youtube today at five pm. Doing instagram live with my friends. Soupy a We're gonna talk about tonight's action the lines all that going on in the nba. And you could hear me. Monday nights lease and does fantasy authenticity. Sports radio at sirius to ten x eighty. Seven show is ten pm to midnight. And i'm on a book deadline guy. So june verse. I hand over my words on paper for the very last time. I can't change one more thing. So i've Taking a little break right podcast next to each at fully fog just reading the stories and developing stories more and more. I went through all the photos and my phone and my computer. For the whole timeline really thought about things like it's just you wanna tell good stories so i'm at that fine tuning party exercise and then i'll be back out to. I is living summer life. It's going to be hard to determine when a book is finished. That's the worst part It is and i read a great book to finish my first book. Said if you're waiting for it to be finished you're never complete it and i was like okay. Okay you gotta eventually let it go. Would as you're telling stories more things develop and you realize is this something. I'll reach out to friends in santa photo and go. Hey i did this event these what. What would you want to know about this night and that helps me a lot. I use a soundboard. And i realize sometimes i miss the mark because things that were normal to me like spending time with gene and christy canyon. Ginger lynn all at the same place at a premier was normal to me. Some of other people may wanna hear how that all went down so done. What's the title the title for the book. I do my cover. Art is done. But i'm not telling anybody enters the again. I'm a little more superstitious than people realize no. I won't tell anybody anything but will be released december fifteenth this year. Two thousand and twenty one. And i will have pre copies available for my previous book buyers for my store in october wins coming out. This december december. Okay just in time for christmas. Yeah and we'll be fully recovered from our trip to vegas together by then it'd be awesome. Totally recovered i mean. I think you to pay yourself. Horror is the way i tand. I will walk for twenty minutes. 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Designer Tommey Walker and activist Brittany Packnett discuss The GUCCI VS. EVERYBODY collaboration.

Gucci Podcast

23:05 min | 5 months ago

Designer Tommey Walker and activist Brittany Packnett discuss The GUCCI VS. EVERYBODY collaboration.

"Hi welcome back to the gucci podcast as part of gucci change makers ongoing commitment to foster unity through community action gucci collaborated with detroit designer tommy walker and his home grown label detroit versus everybody on a special lineup of t shirts with a donation benefiting local nonprofit organizations on this new episode activist educator and host of the undistracted podcast brittany pack net cunningham. Talks to tommy walker about his message and how it became part of a new capsule to represent eleven ritchie change makers cities. But before they speak. You'll hear tommy's voice recorded for especially to present the collaboration. My name is tommy walker. There was a time when my city wasn't just down. It was getting kicked. It was down a city that gave his own blood. Its own sweat. Its own tears to american culture. You don't ask for anything in return. Just respect look detroit versus. Everybody has always been here. I just put it on his shirt. Hey y'all him. Hey gucci podcasts. World ambert back that cunningham an activist writer and a member of gucci's change makers council in. I am so excited to be recording this episode from in my living room in washington. Dc and having a conversation with the tommy walker. Tommy hails from detroit and he came up with a concept. It's a simple but powerful message. The detroit mercy's everybody slogan embodies the fiercely independent in unapologetic spirit of the detroit ended empowers the city ambience. And this creative spirit envision that really resonated so deeply with gucci and now that message is part of a brand new catholic election to represent eleven gucci change. Make your cities. And here's the really great part. A portion of the sales will benefit gucci change makers local nonprofit partners making a difference every single day. And tommy. I'm so excited to talk to you about this incredible project. Yeah yeah thank you britney To be involved in his change maker initiative Means the world to be attacked. The everybody message connected to the to the change maker a message. They align align directly. And i'm excited to explain it. Yeah i mean. I'm excited to get into if you so i tell you. I am on the gucci change maker council and we've been working so hard over the last year plus to make sure that this is a council that makes a real impact on the ground right grassroots all the way and similarly detroit versus everybody represents that same spirit. I actually became familiar with detroit versus everybody. When i was in detroit and i saw the shirts and i was like wait a minute. I need one of these but are also be one for my city. Which i now have i now have my dc versus everybody insured but before we get to that. Tell me what inspired you to come up with detroit versus everybody in the first place. Okay well. I like to say that. I took the temperature of the city. Not diagnosed detroit versus everybody. You know in two thousand twelve. Our city was going through a very heavy situation with our mayor at the time coming coquetry. That situation was headline news. Radio newspapers news television. You know in streets. Everybody was talking about it and that was normal. Because i'm a detroit. Native is being in a city with our mayor. Saying going through stuff is expected but uh us in detroit to only be talking about all the time because you know our news but i'm a graphic designer by trae. In around that time. I was relaxing for interscope. Def jam jive. Different artists are played a role in the initial branding of one of our superstars from destroy a big. Sean a worked with a school together. There's a different is few artists that there's many in industry that i that i was working with at that time and it was this one time i went to california or meeting and i get off the plane the plane after leaving detroit of course but in my apartment at home saw are mere non packing. Everything go cool. Nothing's nuts at the norm. Is our majors going on. But when i get when i go twenty two hundred miles across the country and turn on my television and i see our mayor for some reason. That's that's set. that's that moment. Like connect the wires in my head. Like wow detroit really is important in the grand scheme of things because it a are. It retook three months and this is headline news here. You know what i mean right and it just really opened up my mind to. Detroit has affected culture and that second a chip slowly began to grow on my shoulder. Because i began to really pay attention to the narrative that was being sold about about about my city. You know and and being one that was able to get out and actually travel the globe and see how we are majorly respected and how we are. We are majorly positions of power like people from our around the globe. Making things happen making moves but it seems as the narrative that's only being sold was only being tall with stay with in detroit is the is darkened by blah and and it was like hold on a second the whole this whole rebuilding this whole boo. That's going on right now. Has been going on ten fifteen years before it got any type of any type of positive in my friends. And i know especially in the creative world in the art world trade and my friends and i were like you know how can we were on the leading edge of that so i. I knew that you know this was wrong out like you know. There's some type of is happening by design. What can i do. you know what i'm saying. What can i do on my platform to Try to change the narrative things. One of my sayings that stays in my heart is not to complain but to contribute in. When i say wait wait wait. Wait wait wait before you go on. That's a gem. State that one more time. Don't complain contribute. Don't complain contribute. Best to keep going and this where it comes from. 'cause it's like okay. Yeah we got. We got locate the problem. You know. let's talk about the product. We got to talk about the problem. In order to locate. What i've found. Is that a lot of individuals gate in this cycle of talking about the problem. Talking about the problem. Talk about the problem. And i'm guessing because it feels good but my question is at what point. Do we pivot as people to talk about solving the problem. So it's like it's like. Don't complain contribute. I locate. I see that the problem is that detroit detroit has is getting getting a negative light. Put on it a what reason. I don't know. I have located that problems. How can contribute to that problem. In the us what i can with what i know. And that is a design and let me try to tell what really is going on in. We're detroit versus. Everybody came from as riding down here so help us understand. Exactly what you want to express with this concept of versus everybody. Everyone has has that moment in life. In which you feel you realize that i'm sorry and what you feel as if it is you against the world okay. Yeah whether it's whether it's a situation that was know you had those situations in which only you can pull yourself out of it. Now we're talking about teams. Come on a team five. You only as strong as your weakest link right now with that being said you have to pour into that weak link. Okay now. this is the thing you can't take care of else until you take care of yourself a right now. The versus everybody. Moniker symbolizes unity. Detroit as a as a city must take care of itself. Once we take care of ourself then become a blueprint of unity but other cities to duplicate now. If each city cares takes care of themselves as a city then we can come together. You know what. I'm saying as a family as as as as as a as a globe with it seems as if you know maybe one of the things that might when my mentor told me was thomas. Had what's the best way to eat a elephant. How do you eat a healthy and one bite at a time. You saying if you if you're looking at the elephant as the elephant. That ain't no way that i'm going to eat this and there's no way but if you look at it well let me start with the toll is i'm saying. Let me start with now. You not you're you're nipping away at it and then eventually is gone so we got empty states. Detroit is where divers everybody up with everybody. movement began. We will stand stand as a as a blueprint or other cities but not only cities all other teams companies. anybody that has a nucleus than needs a nucleus. Denise needs to be together that you know what i'm saying absolutely so that's it also detroit versus everybody is the is a message that can be translated into to all people. So when you're talking about translating this to all people how has the message evolved. What does a trade versus. everybody mean. Today is different from when you first started when i began detroiters. Is everybody know it. It was thing as i saw what was going on in the one in the city. And what was being talked about outside of the city and after as you know There is no place to be luke. Warm you know. It's like whenever anyone would ask me from the jump simon's woods detroit race. Everybody means to you. I would always store back at him. My what does it mean to you. Because that's the important part. The connective piece. He's mci after if after after. Let me get back to when you feel as if you versus everybody win the idea creeps into your your your mind. Yeah when you're back against the wall exactly what happens next what happens next is most people you have to either sink or swim. Yeah you have to find the ability to overcome whatever it is that wall is in front of you and once the individual climbs that wall they now have a new confidence and understanding. They now now feel ill things in adolescence after after every abbott whenever i push us oh past. Fear is a new level is a new is a new understanding. Fear was an illusion and with that comes greater confidence in that can take into the future is what i'm saying. So it's like the is a positive thing to come across the come up against that reality that i am along. You came in here. I am now the positions that you need other people so was like for you near the people. You can't do anything along with. I'm here now. with a global deal with one of the largest brands has replaced as the face of the planet and You speaking to me now but it is because of the the works of everyone that has been involved with me with these these eight years and i said on her shoulders of every person in america that has purchased a versus. Everybody garnett What i'm saying even if you know because they Connected with the message. Well this message is for everybody to connect with like you're saying that there's a time in all of our lives when we all feel like our back against the wall where it's us against the world we're connecting with other people who are trying to fight for the right thing right minutes actually us against the world not just me against the world right so in so i think that's one of the really beautiful things about this collaboration because you're taking this thing from the and applying it to these eleven gucci change maker city so now is not just detroit versus everybody is dc new york We have so much power if we get a distinct together. So what do you want Folks who are able to purchase a shirt in through that purchase help contribute to change making these eleven cities. what you want and folks who see this gucci versace. Everybody collaboration to really take away. When you see this gucci everybody collaboration. I want the world to see the origin. Ever since we've launched we have been fighting so many have been stealing our brand ever since we've launched. I'm saying And i really need the world to know is or where it came from that way you know they will understand the message behind. It is not just adult shirt. And i mean it's a is. It has a meaning with that being said. I just My you know creative. You know people that look like to see to see that it is. That's i'm like we did. The soft launch and everyone is crazy. No why win win the promo when when when gucci wrote out the promo elliott. Not i mean is this is other worldly the information inside the back getting back like man. This is other worldly matters like people are speechless. It's like you know. I'm hearing the words goosebumps a lot you know and i'm like you know Just really grateful and appreciative of opportunity. I mean i get goosebumps too because it try vs. Everybody is all about power community authenticity and this comes through in such a major way with this collaboration. Now everybody can feel like they're part of that movement right. Everybody can experience that power and carry it into our cities. So how does a dc in new york. How do we adapt a detroit versus everybody message and really a detroit versus everybody mentality in these eleven change maker cities. Well it's not a detroit versus everybody mentality. Right is the versus empty versus. Everybody mentor areas. You see so it's like you know if you say versus a lot of people would like to put negative connotation on it but it's the meaning is a meaning behind is one of those things to wear coming up. You just realize that is kinda you gotta stay away from corney to beat to be in. The land of corny is one in which you cannot return for. You know. And what i'm saying but to bergen but to be conscious in his world and still trying to be an to have a message that you want to get through. You gotta get creative. You know what. I mean so the the negative connotation isn't what aggressive it's not negative. It's aggression is. It's an aggressive. That comes behind. Its power power you know. And so the dc miami versus everybody is like you know is is owning our energy right. So it's like it's like detroit. Detroit tigers everybody. That is where that is where it started in like that is where the underdog energy lives. You know because of The history of detroit detroit has gone through. You know that is where. I was inspired to create the brand because that is where i where i am but that when i am but that is not the you know. There's not the detroit is not the only place on a dark energy is because versus. Everybody can't be limited. It cannot be limited. And i feel as another thing to wear. It will continue to to to snowball because it is detroit versus everybody. But it's a it's a grand in which every other city wants in a man and like and that is Every other see wanted and not that they now that they can get it actually Well at eleven of them can get them. Officially you believe that. That energy like i said the the detroit detroiters everybody take care of homes as you can take care of others will now over as a blueprint aware the other Other cities can see You know one one way you know to unite. So united admit there are many but one way to unite and its unity for a purpose right. It's kind of this false sense of unity or this. What i call hokey hope right. We're talking about really fighting for the things that matter in that bringing us together Which i've just just getting to endara's getting getting together to the point where we can sit down and figure out what it is so that then we can pity to actually soggy some. That's right so that we're not complaining. We're contributing to use your word. Exactly let me ask you one more question because Like i said being on the change makers council myself watching the intention -ality with which the entire gucci family the council that the staff folks in stores have been taking this change maker Command really seriously means to me. That if they're working with tommy walker is our purpose right in that there is real debt and significance to the versus. Everybody brand so. What is your hope for this collaboration. With what do you hope comes of all of. I hope that with this brand with this collaboration with gucci it. I felt like. I had to sit in other question that this this same answers in which i want them to Elevate the brand away in which in which in which. All of the Imposters and infringers are put our put. I'm talking about getting text wages. I just meant owner of chicago. Bears everybody else. Mic own room nevada. Everybody like did you right. So this is and everybody gets to be exact. You know all of the conversation he to guy his trademark together. It's like hey i did. Just a lot of a lot of those conversations will be shut down the as well as i wanted to to to live as to approve of Would hard work and dedication can do. The the main thing is by everyone saying oh man brought brought gucci to detroit. Tommy brought to detroit and it's like you know is the the works that time he it. Yeah zan brought. The the end team did brought to detroit. You know what i'm saying. I want everyone to know is like hey you can do that. Then i can do this. Or maybe i can do this or maybe i can do this. You know what. I'm saying just to serve as a as a as as a beacon of of of possibility And i'm say this. I will say that you know i feel humble that it's not just a merchandise drop that it has a Brought the aurea connect to be too after like that is the heaviest part of the brand is that is not just french. What i'm saying is with the meaning. And the most i can say the most impact But yemen is just That's the heavy parts is like is is not just a brand that can be put on with them jordan in. I'm saying it'd be and go go fresh but it is a brand that you can wear and that stamp brings the energy ask questions like that. Stamp can be seeing two miles away. He's saying oh versus everybody. What is this about you know. And that's partially the reason. Why in the beginning. I wouldn't tell people what it what it meant to me because i didn't want to give them. You know a cow you tell me what is to you. Yeah i love that. You know what. I'm saying and deciding what we what it means to us is how each of us can be changed. Makers right ruby. Are tommy walker creator of everybody. I'm not just going to call it a brand. I'm gonna call him a move. Because that's exactly what it is and i'm so excited for this collaboration with bucci to see just how much it moves in these eleven change makers cities and across the country. Thank you for what you do for what your team does. Thank you detroit for leading this movement and for spawning something that gives all of us a place to make change you. Britney thank you. Discover more about gucci. Change makers and new gucci versace everybody project on the episodes notes.

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Burn Da MK- Season 4 Episode 4

Mango Kush Podcast

1:33:12 hr | 3 months ago

Burn Da MK- Season 4 Episode 4

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I still i still bleed is a push for gun control. I still believe is a push for you. Gophers that i still believe it is a push four again. Its control and you know and again. I'm not trying to fierce spear saiako on this talk tonight. as the burn in k. Before we get really into it now saying thank you all tune in i do favor Already nation follows. Polls i m. Kp past again that is also as facebook. Awesome to describe to our youtube channel. Yes we have not channel. We have a few our first season episodes on insists. Drop the mail travel teaser trailer on youtube channel head of makes you that on out like it. Thanks also please. Share share share schnur. Sheriff show out your facebook page here definitely want to go hand. I wouldn't on your chest tonight now. man know. I got so much chest initiatives k. Dan ariss you know like in a lot. There's a lot of stuff that within your heart born just a mid month harping on ellen johnson and johnson vaccines so we can powerful one shooting from harpole on the police killing. Would i want the. I won't talk about specifically tashin. We're gonna go with that. However i i'm really gonna talk to touch briefly on his own derek chauvin because again so for those those nine listen listen for those are listening and those who have been up to date with the trial you know they try and over two weeks now. Going on twenty. Today's have you been to motherfucking long for the guy damn thing going on because my thing is you know this this this call what it is you know what i'm saying this nigga keel jordan. The now that in this little back watch it. They are now saying that there is possibility that he died it. Kids you fucking carbon monoxide carbon. Just the power play and make matters worse. The defense of course had the time. Of course the prosecution did all of a sudden they data witnesses now and again. Someone did anybody. They bring derek chauvin to the delivering his. Ask andy testify day. He did that. Motherfucker did not testify. Now here's a crazier part with that. He plead the fifth amendment. Now if anybody is you know. I in damn law. You know what i'm saying. Hey please please fill with the stuff. At how ever most of the high gear. I listened to say this. I when you go to trial for whatever you basically black unjustly still have so call eight fair chance to speak with that being said we speak most of the downtown on they have to judge based on your testimony. Yes however if you are not just on everybody's given accountable not saying you're pleading something totally different. I say they're trying to get him guilty for this right But you don't have testify. How can you so called quote unquote. Justice served verdict. If someone does not testify look him. Fuck him are now. How can somebody really say that you know i was given a fair trial testify. She now right so therefore this say that he does victor right. You guys come as they didn't get a fair trial. I think he's got criminal. So if i'm going to say some incriminating fairly aga- testify can appeal shit looking at that shit. The thing about it. In the way i took it was basically this. Nigga said him not say. So what i say about it. That's odd to. This is me though. See wise dragging on plus two weeks where it was. It was in color. Kcbi oh yeah. I don't know me break off scene. Oh you're getting bad battery realistically we. We're back in the goddamn sixty honestly. I made my one thing otherwise. We are in the goddamn sixty miles away. I mean they might go to start hanging this point and crazy enough. I won't to really think about this now. Liked all this bs all these bs at. They're pushing about defunding. Police defunding de-fund police so this. I'm not saying playing devil's advocate here. I want to say this. Now let's just say we'd be fun. Promise i live this. We gonna south pole to right and they caught. The got budget cuts nikolai. Tell you that anytime shit happy. You had a call the guy 'cause it would take an hour and a half air two hours to come to your house because again. That's how that's how low staff they work and it was like people conduct goddamn tree. People are getting shot at you. Know what saying cards against all types of but the police should like. That's going to happen when some shit now with some shit goals. No one's going to be there to help you out of your shit and it's wild wild west justice you know what i'm saying. You don't think there's a lot that are fucking hostile that we just think named goro. An ad i honestly honestly still I just think it's all crazy. Honest stuff going on them with shooting without without derek. Hough right you know what. I'm saying with With the other lady you know she charged with second degree manslaughter again. This one causes gun control gun. Control should be more based on People who are who had access to guns were more readily. I'm saying or gun. Control should be innocent called there as you don't see people of color going out. Humility about outs call listen agency. Yeah exactly but we crazy about is the walia confidant gun control. You know what i'm saying. I mean if hurt we can go by right now and let's be realistic. None control shit. It might passed in my past the mid west. It might pass maybe out in west this old good old southern moran this the barilla's georgia is one of the thirteen original comedy. They are not given up their goddamn rights issues. Not fucking happen. It's not like they are not going to give up a goddamn thing when it comes to any fucking rights point blank only display school teachers basketball lightning just seeing where where he he s. We beeps out. You know that he was never on way. He's like yeah. Why know he didn't agree with it a few times. Even at the seven eighth graders but he was cool. Do but he's one hundred in the backfield is one thing he said those. Those power southerners those family members that you was that were those. They represent favorites. Oh when i tell you that they will have their hands cold. You gotta try this girl. I cold dead hands. They mean that you all. They're not jewish. And this thing. A lot of people just think Understand government in the sense if we look at all the other governments. You know what i'm saying in in this nation does anybody other countries have gun Gun laws can't fucking gun. You know what. I'm saying. I mean you can't you can't. There's so many nasty having shit. America's very god damn liberal when it comes air fucking got you know what i'm saying i can't do sound gone. Now let's say we come his country. You know what i'm saying especially you know exactly what the a communist country san do this. Abc america is. America allows us freedom but he also wanted control. Yes when it comes. No eric asked cherry. Oh yeah that's the best way you say alive. Far being one of them so she's going to go will work within pretty much much. It didn't crazy about it. Let's just say that. i'm going to school. The demographic right orcas grew minorities and people come from his grabs because realistically out of four hundred thirteen percent. Say roughly ten to fifteen percent. This is actually people of african descent. You know what i'm saying. Plants mannix to on. So that's roughly about four hundred and twenty. Five percent is a hundred so out of that shit. We do twenty five. Then she half of that is what twelve hundred out of a hundred. So we're looking at maybe millions. Probably abou- just give it a nice by about sixty million Black people in the country who identify you would say that you know what's so out of sixty million people and we're going to drop in a bucket now if you take out of that out of minorities and all of stuff. Let's say their pile. Good twenty five. Maybe a third of it. So the and million. We're probably albino. People color not consider white About fifty so realistically there are two hundred fifty to about three hundred million white americans right now listens be fair lists they have three hundred million americans a million is races and they are pro american right so if the government says hey motherfuckers it's beautiful command guns over newnan and is how they are. This is my right is my god god harping could god. And there's you know saying give a right and this is a constitution. I know two things that those were good. They're going ga in the constitution in their speeches. You know what i'm saying. That guy harvey up with that being said they will say this. Marc god given constitutional rights to own a firearm. The second amendment right to bear arms. Now they're all now with the citizens. Yeah it is good right to bear arms. 'cause it'd be realistic. If if some asshole tries come running at their house. I mean shit i would have you know. At least damn you know pull out a burden on an online a exactly so i agree with them at least for home defence. Now i'm not really wanna be leo. Walk right in his house if you own a firearm and is your car you know forever damn reasons. You're law enforcement Maybe you are. Maybe a security guard or you know. Maybe you're you're an area detective. Whatever might be if you're having a or something can happen to give me your name car. He had access on your car. I don't think nothing wrong with that. White male female whatever you know race religion if you want a holiday farm in your car if you want to. Have you know in your house. I believe that is that is right the airbus because again that's protection now if i'm walking the street and you know what i'm saying i see you know a couple of a couple of damn nerve. Saggy pants knows. We look. And i think there harassing me. Boom boom boom. Yeah that's when. I think gun control have now. They want to do gun control. They should not take away people's listening their right to carry. Shit now. listen no. There's no more caring vampire on your call unless you all right in law enforcement agency or a military person you active military knocks. You know. they'll do that. Do with retired military veteran so you had to be an active. You know discharge military person to only actual active lease ocsar own firearms off. Have you can definitely fine. You know what. I'm saying. Now joke low because i want to carry them wherever they re this tale no increase just laughing on the night. That even crazier thing about it. You have to get a license to carry but only to carry. We have not seen any plays get shot up with fucking pistols and revolver. Mova getting laid out with their machine guns. Tommy guns fucking a. r. dan bombs. But you have a was background but you have carry that shit. He's saying you can buy a fucking. I think they might change age. After damn time you could buy a rifle and eighteen. A rifle is anything that a long barrow as long as longer than ten or eleven inches. That basically not a fucking pistol eighteen years old. I can go right now by fucking twenty two down on shotgun rifle and their rifle. I'm saying you're looking today. she it. S a great thing about it. I'll know bat outta nowhere but again it's just like You're not like. But i think the system needs to be said that i don't say yarn away but be a new system for not living old old gum. All loopholes. they really just sit down. I can pay now because paralyzing this good gun tone americans. You know what i'm saying. Who actually did your penalizing them. Because shit. I mean. I'm not i'm not gonna fun. Go bad day eight nine. I'm saying i'm not gonna look at the people who are going to shoot you. There's always unfortunately the same the same where you call it Josh we'll call it. Person physical trait every always say physical. Damn damn imos. Same person is never saw anyone going to go into that game. I had to break down a whole 'nother thing for that might come on another show now initial you know mayor another show outside under thing about that but but if watch i make is is always the same type of person you know what i'm saying saying same as earth. Now nothing is we need to re. They always taught mental health. You know saying all we need to look. I'm not saying that everybody everybody across the nation's check y'all say there is a lack of mental check. I'm not talking about just fucking medicaid body ashley. A what is got crazy no ship. What's going on talk about this. You know what i'm saying. How does make you feel houses behavior. You know saying. That's because listenership eliezer dan kid in school or you know saying he's still with in churches. Are doing it on that basketball team doing college. You do a family life or relationships affect how you fucking act now. You know what i'm saying. And this is how i deal with. You know certain things. But i think i'm of a different mindset where i am morally capable of understanding that i cannot fucking go out here and just shoot somebody because i fucking mad. You know it's fucking narcissistic like you said. That is true. Nine shoes nam body. And i'm gonna get walked in car. And i'm that dan cheese we're heading might be. Is you know what. I'm saying with the flakes but if you are a black guy for person of color. I'm saying let's be realistic. Or i'll call you. Got them black guy. You know what i'm saying or hispanic or mexican you know what i'm saying our betty and there is you know you got a nigga or connell you know say they will put like the god you will fucking kill is like they shot the with the chicago. Oh i got to give you a cog or of new york Yeah okay okay. So my thing is the fact that they did. They say hey. Put your hands in air. This dance airplay. As soon as he got it and stop and turn around. They unload guide their clip. Y'all saying and as such as Do you hear about this year. Now we can hear about this whole categorized. Now let me ask you this. Anybody in that motherfucker gets shot. You would think the window people. No one got shot. But i just think that that's crazy for that. They literally they literally literally woke. You know what i'm saying. Fuck and penalized the rest of the country because again. I don't think he's out there. Spare tire punch. You know what i'm saying. That gun control has looked at because she's again. I'm not sure people you're your shoe people hale wife. Donna lives downstairs. Issue people asian shuna block body. You know what i'm saying. So are we all got paralyzed for this fucking assholes. These assholes thing and they always say the same thing. This person was was bully. Like a guy. Damn excuse you know like this person was bullied in and they They a lot they and is always the save bugging. There are so many warning signs and no one says a damn thing to not a damn thing. You know what i'm saying and there's only not just in general we as people gotta gotta is when we need help just talking around the house. Yeah hasn't really win as pieces. Nobody's there for you you know. But that's that's not. I mean realistically you know the whole. It's always by this stigma that if you will see a doctor rbm mental council. You know you're crazy now this time since we do entertainment. I'm watching this. Show me show called them. And honestly i actually works worth the watch. Okay so this. I'll say best wagon say without actually telling you to hold story. You know what i'm saying. You actually see a lot of. You'll see a lot of these spiritual side of things that african people had do at that time which will also seeing more of a psychological to todd. How the che's manifested to me is so unique and like i think i liked that part you know and it's very damp dark it is very let me ask finishes. Wha what watch i make is like this shit is actually good now. Here's a catch buddhist one. Why is it that hollywood. He's making all these damn bam promote black people's pain you know what i'm saying like on my everyday that that's almost a new trend now like every damn things like damn or us she added it starts with the why they keep doing shit though they never when the ice sales fuck inside slave exactly exactly. We'll sell your divorce. That's what they'll dan do it. We can't fucking sale. You got it will say damn store will sell cakes fat now. We act like this shit. Never damn happen. You know what i'm saying. We'll sell that shit and crazy enough. This name crazier that people wash it. I mean i watched the ship. I'll watch with. Anton centered and on c. Think nothing of it Out ever shows them my house. Is it work. It is actually. It is more psychological Type show psychological dan. What y'all saying. If you hit the show opie your mind i really people you know what i'm saying l. there. Just don't get what it is. Yeah no no no. it's there there's a nineteen fifty five or one thousand nine hundred sixty But basically make their short is basically back in the day. Sixty where a family moved into. I think it might be west. Van all white neighbor in wisconsin. And let's just say that problems start out to say that started after that and our problems is not like no problems. Problems i Oh you know. Hey man out here kind like shit by by proxy like the mental health aspect of the shit like that shit to me and i you know i was actually arrive sometimes one but like i'm doing like a lot of shit ryan down like some the shit that i see them going through the damn book damn like great that people actually probably go through this ship who are so fucking stressed out of anxiety or trauma. Yeah you you'll see now. I do have welfare character. Tat nasa man. This april april april does not if he china. She goes goddamn statewide this. There's a reason why like tap dancing man. You know what i'm saying but the man is a good show definitely check it out now saying that a lot of a lot of mental behind his last year johnny but it does go back to the point now you know hollywood streaming companies now are starting to saying slave off was always or shit like you know was the central park five on stuff like that or Seven seconds with black. He got killed. Or you know. Always the same shit or american skin. Yes fruitvale station impetus like. And i don't know what am i think. Just america in general is obsessed with death of has and that makes sense. And it's like we live in his dad had like we're we still live in the goddamn past and all that shit spout you know like. Oh we're we're all equal you know everybody's like yeah. Everybody knows for funny. I'm saying this nine. Everybody gets chains but according to society. Everybody not got in a way that work i was i and i think in that whole that whole crazy. Enough nounce agstar as as time goes wrong. You're starting to see a shift and like different things now. I mean things like you see a shift in class like of course people make more money than ever made and people are starting to lose more more walks wall and with that being said you start to see a lot. More people become homeless a lot. More people Lose a lot more. People say lot more coming up. You're saying you see a lot of different things And things are going mad dog health and watch you walk now with that. Being said would apply time. Here is the gap between the poor and the rich is starting to stretch out even more. The problem is the middle class. You'll like us from lower middle class. Upper upper middle class if the she get stressed out there maybe they'll get mid- middle class you know making This six figures maybe year month holding sales off. You know may one person makes that may work in did sustain themselves. Yeah people like. I'm not saying people like people that go where your middle class but to lower middle class at unless you have like a astronaut job make some money or residual checks. Whatever you got someone coming down pretty much. You got to work every day you come. Well that gap is on a close off because people like us are either washing out for their elevating. You know what i'm saying and the reason why washing out is because when we talk for smacking yo l last couple of amc's was algebra ratio cursive. Dan kieran all that debt and people are taking on more damn debt the naked sustain. Shit fucking them you follow out saying because promise on talking about the best. Show them amazon. I mean i'm not a fan of light black trauma black on movies or whatever. But that's what it is. Well ensued what you should check it out. That's not what you need to. You should watch you personally. I'm not into somebody commits me to watch e. Because i thought it was going to be something that it wasn't but you know if curious just watch it but i wouldn't give an overview a lot of people like this should apply on what the fuck the part about. It is a lot of executive producers of this type. These type ships be blackbox. Auto key feel like black people because i work in film to relocate fillet. Black lake is obsessed with our trauma. I'm not obsessed with this shit. I don't wanna see shit. But i know they. You know working in film industry what. They refused to work on a project. Dan they're pretty much. Exploits are are paying struggles and went to trauma. I can't do that. She best should will draw me fucking crazy by issue with his meal. I'll be pissed off multiple onset radically black. Appreciate that combo project need in the car. Even though that we were in a couple of years ago best manhattan feeding lie man trauma sales. That's one of. There's no absurd who's the one that those old director for a no. No no is off proper kirkman. Wait busy oh fuck in goddamn fucking okay. So no and i do agree. I think you know what this is me. Just run that Ryan about you. Know what i'm saying so i get i get job over point. Trauma says. I don't believe. That's warner because god goddamn slavery and i do believe that. Certain people are obsessed with this trauma and ascension. Just had it make you feel. Oh yes look it's you suffer and ha ha. That's for sure right now crazy enough. I'm not that person. I ever think about it. I'm school for county mental health psychology. So i look at the stuff. I like watching that type of stuff not to be exploited or explaining throughput looking at it from my. What did it actually do so you can understand what he did. And what is doing and what it can do and how you move out of solid from a different standpoint. Yeah that's how i look at it. 'cause i worked in just like know what i'm saying so i went and some should own damn show. You know what i'm saying. I'm not to get into it and yanni since. But i think the point now is is. It's a good. Marcy is good from a psychological standpoint. I like watching it from a psychological standpoint. How much studying. What i'm saying but again there's a group of people were not native. Who studied that should to exploitation exists now when it causes a content creator now. Let's say stuff like that. I will in make it by the book time. Reading is not so much for entertainment is more for like understanding. So if i make a damn we'll be like be okay. Yeah why it gives a golden globe raigmore. Fuck rodney nia cool. You know what i'm saying when it's not that's not the goal. The goal is to your like that. That's why documentaries documentaries. I wanna ask you document with not so much to recruit entail fantasy and the i can i ever though i can get the ashort essence of what is there at the time to see all them otieno off going on. You know that. That's why. That's all i but migori movie. You're not no not then. I think there's like one on one if anybody wants to know understand anything slave. You're like that there is one so called. It's called a pseudo documentary Is called ideals is called audio. ceo ideals. Yotam as italian basically in a nutshell is called. Goodbye uncle tom right. They made this It was when. I say pseudo documentary. They sleep grill advanced but they they just kinda put after in its reenacted shit but i walk around like a documentary is crazy though however they made it back in the seventies right gene-o it was to italian guys. Were not and fucking movie. The united states government banned is. I found on youtube and i watched it. If you watch net should they go right that every single danpilla laughing when they caught people in west africa while moving to the goddamn west indies in the caribbean charles band florida mississippi new orleans and texas laws. They show all they show up. They show came over scant online. 'cause nuts off naming of they them off again. They show the bucket sex fog brought. It is fucking wrong thing about is why tell you that that should make you downed actually happened. That's that's crazy and they went and they weren't doing fucking money. They were doing extra for like no. This actually went on the america's this year was all fucking peaches and cream motherfuckers. Like that's what they made four. But that's why i got an tube because it wasn't it wasn't made it was made for now because you should you know what i'm saying. America is pretty fucking asking shit. We got some calls life both barney but before we before we go ahead say. Thank you all for joining us tonight. It is scientists nine here with diesel. Mangled kush podcast. It is friday night lights. We are vernon kay. Thank you all for joining us tonight. Hey go ahead and chime in. How do you feel about everything. We're talking pretty much. we're just talking about lack. Equals pain right now. Is that the these calls. Only the only two shows. I actually really fuck. Then you know. Candlelight included like some black trauma was the underground. I fucked with that show in like look lovecraft country. Only reason. i'm able to stomach that she is because it doesn't end the saying also you got the fantasy you had the magic and shit any so i fuck with jordan. Peele she for the most part because any always get twist to shape and it always be something different. That it to me. He can't low key. Almost like a black stephen king or some shit like that man be he be putting some what the i'll let to work we handle but Yeah lovecraft country. I fuck with that. And i wish they would. I wish underground would've been able to continue for the most seasons. That shit look like he was getting somewhere this guy. I don't think that lack trauma movies should be made. Because i know it's inevitable and it's got to be made. I just don't think that he should. They should be made at the capacity that they are making them need like they come out with these things in movies. Back to back to back by the fucking queen and slim pack day. You had a barricade skin. I mean before we had what the net turnover birth of a nation twelve years. A slave like grow i king before we have rules we have roots. We get so many racist vogue in movies. The first racist movie that was ever made the first black trouble movie that was ever made was like of the first films which was birth of a nation is really discu clips. Plants hair rented black. The first movie or i field ever fucking me or hit number one. In american comeback softness crazy terrorism moves black. When i'm gonna play this. Because i guess what i'm saying i i definitely say black entertainment. I feel like if you don't make blackmails play. While we may not as well glaxo's he may know found about the fucking more's the fucking current blackhawks quincy carter's shit fucking black samurai. I heard it was supposed to be famous shit about him about me like we spanish we black fantasy. You know which is whatever the fuck you know. Make some shit up sacrifice as you have so much offer biki talking about fucking love him so much more off the sausage trauma the i talk about. Continue handy make a movie about the other cities so fucking outdated feels made eight adds is like what the fuck. That's the shit. I wanna work on the projects. Outward appreciate that kabul way. The band the camping number while the rape real calm office anybody. How about guys with his dad fourth round and the nigger prime example You know have a better cars. They said you know my dad always said he really understands the kid don't now he said that he ever like to watch Good times he never liked the fucking watch shit like like sampras But whatever you know stupid assholes like that jefferson and reasons. He said he likes. I don't care for your kid wants cartoons but older gas underappreciated. Little more he basically was like look at all the type stuff that always promote black people always here struggling can't get a job can't get up getting keel saying barely get by touch special sales or evening people black people struggling and not big in rain. Kooning boss said you killing this. She gets promoted combo saying thank you. China's get them movie about shock. You know what. I'm saying the moore's or you know what i'm saying. Let's look at king said you know what i'm saying. Argh y'all like that they don't nagazine in this. Dan white guy can play chocolate. Just slapping advance benches backwards. Promise and don't believe me prime example gaza egypt. I don't care. A known says is white boys. Playing in the gaza events houses attack took play. It's actually now. Let me ask you this. Let a black person trying to play a damage lit. Then traveling to polian bonaparte. Then he played george washington's loves pal. Think i've been in my turn out pretty good. You know what. I'm saying. Or oblate thomas jefferson. You know what. I'm saying a little bit of make up your phone. Will we got something straight. Talk shit they would looking run. Goddamn muck on me if i ever have slide. But how is it that other race. Compla- rdm heroes and bargain heroes. But we can't say shit about are we can't act like there's you know what i'm saying the prime example. Let's just say that a black guy wanted to play superman. Your superman met has always been white. They will never never do pregnant a little bit. Maybe you see you see that. We didn't got you look bright. See this shit was more visit. Absolutely estroyed skip on the web things but you know i talk about that more now. I'm not sure if being the bucs as it is right now. Marvel everybody as much money made you know they have to black people. They need to get handshakes to write for. Much remains the first one hashing to is taboo polls then the vases on pressing piece after black panther check. This bra black panther brought the most money per any fucking marvel movie today even more than the guy adventures as as a single hero. Movie of course like adventures in war in game brought forward but as far as per movie like you know what i'm saying like us man or had the eight ball they brought in damn near this brought in more money than this fucking injures moving up we're talking about fucking the first adventures and age old altron and that was thirteen percent of the us play promote. You know what i'm saying now so we more is marble give and give us a gap and the back black america between us and black hand story. I'm saying that we created in this league. Fucking collaborative that you fucking it all that money. But that's not the that's not the real person the first person they need the thing because was the way it is right. Now i play is being wesley. Snipes vamp marvel at no fucking what so ever. It was signed. I was watching. Something about wesley snipes. And they were talking about that like that. The blaze series order the first blade movie really sade. I'm from the movie industry house. That's crazy to think that that was one of the reignited. Neither because you've got dc was already straight because they had their batman although got although timber the much return batman returns. He's still got money and he didn't really care for batman forever. Also submit however dc was pretty straight as far as was plus. They were making money from batman adventures. You know what i'm saying. 'cause that's what it was. Hike downtown is a cartoon with golden globe cartoons. Fire still watching it but upon is again black people have pushed me his damn money. You know what i'm saying. They've all their money even if they don't get back in the game we we gotta continue to accept you know all these in a nut. Say somebody slade musical. I brought it every care. You know seeing all stuff like a few movies here. they're far. i. I wanna see a movie like we. We see a movie about like twelve are people restore figures listening. Not the only move that you see them exit. Ever seen him out. The mexico's win spike lee. Made in reminiscent knock mickey movie. They are not going to have that. I'm saying now inclinations. Clearly because they wanna percent narrative a bad gotti gotti shield now laws. You know saying she s stealing down work. I'll go back to the first point of all shoes going on white house. Possibly we're still shit in sixties fifties forty saying and again for a film in showing people are making these shows about this shit. People conducting richard traumatizing ass shows these occurrences and we sucked at shit. The fuck up saying but there's all in this as we talked about adding social media as week of soul a lot of time. Certapro oldsmobiles lives year. That same day. New shit you know the new six weeks and so a lot of plays a lot of the sheets that we liked. Yeah i i you know. Why is it that. It's always like the same thing i why. Why are we always be fed the same thing and parleys. I would just say this is black people's fault because we don't speak up and say what we really want Will you have until it's too damn late But besides that ethel is like we just wanna give saying resute rebuked the same you know. I liked damn doll. You fucking put the dog for the ball witnesses naked go same damn taste saying fucking you know. They like like black. You're this stop come. I want stay with potatoes. Some broccoli a nice blast why. I don't want scraps anymore. You know what. I'm saying as a black person you got entry like a damn slay. You know what i'm saying. And i don't mean that in a sense of that you can't do better for yourself because you have cancer i don. I don't wanna side back to work for self so it's always be self-sufficient no matter what color you are But i just feel like oxygen. Let's be realistic. Odds are stacked inch. That's not to say that you can't achieve your goals however though you know why you gotta run. I old straight that guy. He'll got them legs. Be going burnham cats. And that's what i that's a black man american that it shows though especially the justice system. You know and frills listen. Then i'm sorry throws a certain. Hey thank you for joining us tonight. Scientists a con diesel kush. Podcast is friday night lights. Oh burned in. We are in season four. This is episode three. Thank you for joining us tonight. Live on this beautiful friday of the month of a two thousand twenty one gas byard mid april. The time is flying so-social creek by before you know we're going to be in september talking back about it was beginning of the year. But thank you for joining us. We'd i'm gonna do it. Guy skipped over the summer. Listen but you know it. Older whatnot I think i've turned starting to understand. The stories of older men should tell me younger like my way of all those. My dad amount. This is actually my dad commission crawl shit by the time we i just turned twenty four graduate his all right now. Twenty twenty one twenty two twenty three twenty forever. A tiga turned twenty five. You know what i'm saying. You might start going fast chart thirty next thirty to thirty five. Four forty five am. I was just twenty nine. Two hours s steph. I can't get in the eighties hormone middle school years accident bro. Crazy towards in your rainy day. How you know like that's a lot of dance hard. You know what. I'm saying. Like to not not be around odom by nacion third. It's like dan. You know. If i'm sitting there i have talked to you and i hill conversation. You don't say. I guess that's worth face pablo's lauderdale money like hey keep a route or your book and talk to them. Bureau limiting how many feet maybe like fucking zero stood. Young is shoot man. You know we we we branch you know. A man won't be freddie that she band played you on disney channel. You know saying like big on these. The dan way we fucking by got college so we talk out one thing. I was always so those are the polish will more likely be mike wrong. Oh yes it is treated know. I got that one i've got. I bought this car. Day are trying so bad for its and not be a black games by brown. They did not want this shit thought. They need to have a black face. 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Yeah dead the one who was like the he was like the The your say. He was like the The piglet the famous pickpocketing. He like he had everything that was not like. I didn't give a damn about far. Like i really did it. All the only thing. I'll go and that's daniel craig. I don't really care. But they need to switch it up only going down like the james bond was four does because for like we come out the best. When game real work. I was before patrollers. The fourth grade had that actually james von anita video games. Trae or damn more really. You know what i'm saying is crazy. That i spent all that one game to bratislava too much hospital as games. A god game winless like soon as you play down this dan. What's that game address. A little cindy demand that you listen. Listen they me trolling running. I got suckered in today's like brian the full price for that. Y'all sammy. I've made a good fifty nine ninety nine and i forgive every guide them up that damn money because that game went down like shit was looking for you have waste. We know what crazy enough. Now thing about Today i'm not sure. Father guys omar johnson. I actually went to go see and speakers. National right of course. Outfall viewers whatnot. Dr psychologists schools 'cause so anyways he was saying this that people spend billions and billions of dollars on stupid shit like was like damn stupid shit. You know it's like we really can't complain like nine so much. Black people was as a person in general. If you don't have something vessel wise can you really complain about it. We go back how much money you spent on dumb shit i burn. I should have fucking friends for a down like you know my product a damn off. Eight hundred and fifteen saying if i waste money on the s. My accident bested. May i go back and look at the money. Spent on video games and junk food and lotto tickets just brought down to spend money on gabby like probably a cut damning. A hustler would. Obviously they're being there. You know what. I'm saying crab you have led to higher but a court experience transient and got the kirk dad over thirty. I'm not that is funny as fine. Yeah man here that that was a. That's that kind of goes back those earlier just like we acceptable share that's us corporate staffing all people except for shift. You know we'll really collectively messed up money inside community or better just oneself and you know we have a place things however it doesn't go through this this can be seen of course legal system where he shot down hops stuff like that Ever though when. I invest the money and sue legal aid legal teams or you know some my behind congress. They changed pay him over. They disconnected will pay you. Fifteen million right now if you change them off. Protect us live realistic. I guarantee you. 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Episode 114: The One With the Sad Sphinx

Find the Path Podcast

1:16:10 hr | 1 year ago

Episode 114: The One With the Sad Sphinx

"Welcome Pathfinder's the find the path podcasts, actual play of moments adventure path. With. Weights. Aubrac. Just going from this world. I still. Don't pour out for definitely not porn when out for that man I think it was befitting. And Sudi got the killing blows. Yeah. Vengeance. That felt right. Well, I mean not really right because there's GonNa feel super guilty about killing someone later, but she should. Bikes voting but we found tennis Sarah Yeah we did sort of I mean we did find her frozen. So yeah. Unless we left our heroes the party. In part three of their epic confrontation in the shadow of the pyramid. Had fought against the evil sorcerer comeback screen that guy. After a long and drawn out fight which I think did a good job of illustrating how the party has improved in both. Individual strength as well as. World tactics. Fly. A lot of running back and forth I'm just glad that I didn't waste that fly scroll because if you failed that Dang stay. So. Yeah real sad because I've been saving that for myself. And then it. For you to have it and so she relinquished. Do Love the idea of trying to stop everyone from fighting and so it's just like ten foot tall subbiah reaches over and grabs like Hollis in Masika by the back of their shirts and just holds up as like no friends. That have been so bad been I would have been devastated cigarette says, she couldn't just elbow the Bejesus out of you. A dramatic fight had continued and the sorcerer Quebec is dead everybody party. Be. Baby to find though you sell them certified and you you win inside you searched around the temple and you found the petrified form of to. Petrified so much as encased in amber she was scheduled but the thing case Ambert is still form of Petro. Vacation I think. She herself. She technically was was removed from. Time. Poorly frozen frozen in carbonite. Solo. Style. Also. The party level. Steph tenth level. Halfway to twenty. To Twenty, I don't know if you'll make it the other half of the way. Why? Why do you put the bad mo Jo in the universe Mojo more at that I don't know what level. Tony. Second. Maybe. They will because I will kill you. See I mean I'm sure that's what he's thinking allegedly. I know you. I'm married to you. I know that's true. The the party leveled up and I suppose in our standard tradition. But on each of you tell us one cool thing that you got at this level. Okay Hollis Scott and bonus feet which I used to take an arcane discovery called creative destruction, which means anytime, I cast an evocation spell that does damage. I get temporary hit points equal to the damage the number of damaged ice the spell uses. Nice. Stack but you take the highest and it lasts for like an hour. Cool. So basically, since tenth level, you drop a fireball which is ten, thirty six and you gain ten. Points Yep Pretty Fun. That's pretty cool. That's pretty cool. Is An interesting unique ability what about Sudi all right Sudi with his new level of living monolith has now swapped out when he gets big, it's no longer in a large person it's righteous might. For those who don't know what just mind is it's an additional plus to to my strength. Earned plus. A had which was a plus two sets plus for strength and plus four constitution somebody get some extra hit points I. still take a minus two decks but I get a plus to natural arm bonus. And I also get a damage reduction of five and if you're good versus evil if you're evil, it's versus good I got to choose I chose Dr Five. Good take that evil. People. Masika got the flight heck's. Like, creepy witch flying around. Catfish, which. I guess so much like Narmer, you have no reason that you should be able to fly but you can. Yeah. Jamie, as me me further follow well, let me tell you once and then flight as per the spell for a minute per Castro Level A. Nice. That's does not need to be consecutive correct. Now it does not so hall us you can drop us from great heights Masika we'll still be terrified but she'll be okay For Sixty. It's it's interesting. So a friend of the POD. Tom. Heather and I met at Pipes Okon not this year because there was no price okon just buys a con online this year but the year before Senate table with. Him James? Jacobs. wrote in stating that with a the wizards dimension door dimension stores up five hundred and forty feet was his can't act until one round later, the wizards in the party then plummet. At five hundred, seventy, six feet around and would splat. So bumping and I'll make this very short is I don't think that this transfer over from three point five, two pathfinder. But in three point five, you fell five hundred feet, the first round are, and then you actually up at actually accounted for momentum building up but it wasn't specifically real world momentum because you then have to factor in things and avoid nair resistance and all the rest of that. So technically, when hall is teleported the Party five hundred and forty feet up the party free fell for five hundred feet and then forty feet before you hit the ground Hollis cast feather fall. Hey Out. Nearly killed us. Twenty two intelligent. She knew what she was doing factor the math and decided not to tell us that she took at least one physics class as like an elective. But why we have a physics class when you break the laws of physics with magic. Break on baby yes. I. Don't point. With the five hundred foot rule made its way over to Pathfinder. But that is the rule that I've always gone with because again, I started in three point five and it's kind of a successor to it so. So we should have died no I don't think you should. Buy My interpretation of the rules no. I will. My at long waited feats have finally. Playing the Lanka. Did. So I've been building up my my magic abilities for the last two years of this podcast and I finally got a really really cool thing. I. Can now dispel magic with a sneak attack. Oh. Yeah. Little Amateur Magic user in the corner. Now, she can stab things and the lowest level magic ability they have goes. By is. Don't. Stab Hollis. I'm not going to Step Hall of Sony Magic Abilities unless I'm confused and then I cannot help myself actually happened he spells cast on me at any given time usually this is true. Then you worry about I can tell it kinetic charge you at people who have the fly spell cast on them and you stab. Around but. She's got a reaffirm fall. So it's a great. We have a thing going here. No, that's just this maneuver. Well, narmer and Masika practice their pratfall. The, anti comic attack. Anti flying horrible magic users attack but you have been doing it to be able to Stab Kovac? Yes. Sure. Well. Someone called the Sky Fair. FERAL maneuver. The Anti Sky Pharaoh missile. CETERA. We'll. Be. We're GONNA, Watch this guy for over stab him and what it was possibly the lowest level he's got I. Don't know plus how supposed to get my sneak attack. It'd be supply there's nobody ought. Up with you and flank. The and then I'm GonNa stab and then the lowest level spell he's got so. His major emerge God. Before anyone writes in. Just, we know that narmer tiny sized creature and therefore does not Britain. That's A very complicated joke that we went really deep into maybe possibly, we could do it anyway. Anything's possible as long as you think about the rules hard enough. All call. Fun New Abilities. Even better normal fly up and knocked the Sky Pharaohs mask off to make him blind and. Monster Sneak attack. See I worked possible That The Sky Farrow doesn't have a mask. He's. Spaces all Janke he's probably wearing something and you just put it on his face. You've got another funerary mask on. It's like one of those like you remove Batmans it's just another Batman. Off. Hello Race like busy. Can we get back to saving the world. Gas The US so I suppose as we left off. Our heroes having entered into the mortuary temple. Of Tall. And the shadow here of just a sex pyramid. At found and freed the swing. Sir. I guess. Technically. If. you run out of dispel magic's could have sneak attack to dispel magic. She has Sika hat. I get the feeling that that's going to happen to at least that's going to happen to suit at least once when he's charmer Rachel just goes I've got no other choice and then stabs him sneak attack dispelled. Work with a nonlethal. If, you have an on lethal weapon. Now. So as we begin. All of you stand and the the central shrine here the God taw his statue standing off torture side watching over all of you the chamber quiet as the eight of you counting the familiar I think at this point. Yeah. Staying here with Hussin and on heart the Sphinx stretches both in a feline sort of way. But also in a tender sort of way as she's obviously still badly injured hollis takes her hat off and says Ma'am Nice to meet you, I'm hall stark weather. and. The pressure on. The swing settles back on her haunches and the Sika. Is Nice to see you again I mean I wish it was under. Obviously better circumstances. Hey, she ain't dead. So that's an okay circumstance. Well, I know, but I would prefer her one throws in amber and to not injured the woman looks over all of you. Had expected to sooner. We had the feud not detours but delays which I guess aren't detour one of what you know about. Yes I do city like reaches into his bag and pulls out the mask. Let your head son no, the headdresses. Never remember that's on you never mind having. She's patting me in an apology. She watches it for a long moment. Her eyes. DART UP TOWARDS SUITORS I. Traveled from. And we have learned much. We believe we know a way to put them ask to rest. And in doing so destroyed and that is why you've come. Yes and that and other reasons. Am I since motive on her to make sure she's not like charmed or something because all of our lady. Who Do you trust are implicitly. I Rela Ten for twenty. To twelve. To Sixteen I mean neither if you get the impression that there's not. The. Odd cadence that usually. Occurs to someone who's charmed but then again Hollis, you've never met her before. So you don't know how she speaks. So you don't really have anything to compare her charmed or not charm to citrus, she seems fine the same to you but then again, you only met her briefly. You're too late too late. For what you came here to speak with him last week with WHO know we can kill comeback and rescue you make. The beach. Also that yes, that the be baby do you know where the baby is? Perhaps who are we supposed to speak with the man? Who has answer she seek can't answer a riddle to know who that is never rolled any knowledge Sphinx. Jessica to look like you really want me to. Start with a nineteen taking twenty nine. Do I know about sphinxes? You have a general knowledge pertaining towards sphinxes if you WANNA. Ask a few questions you can. Save Them. She seems to wait patiently. Cat thing where she doesn't seem to blink for long periods of time she just stares intently at you. Do you mean like a Chesa sack? Just a sec he's been dead for a long time the man with the answers. But doesn't the mask allow you to speak with the dead? Yes. If we can find his. Corporeal Forum so isn't this Chelsea Sexton? Yes but that mean that they took cheeses exploit the I. Mean I don't think they would be doing that maybe this Guy Phero wants his architect back it's possible. and has the capabilities and means stories him or at least speak with them. Maybe he doesn't know how to use the beater mid. Here's what I got to tell you about raising people not as hard as some of this other stuff disguised accomplished way. Really I mean strong enough and it's specific schools of magic. It's hard. It's like Sitra couldn't do it. But. Guy called the Sky Pharaoh that. Has a fly pyramid and all sorts of weird Air Mansi and whatnot. I wouldn't put it past them couldn't whipping Nick Roman city to raise the debt depends on how you're doing it but I mean, do you think this guy is thinking about the mummy Sky Phero probably wants his you know architect to also be an annette abomination that lives for all of eternity. So we don't even know if this guy's a mummy he got his call split up. He could be some sort of crazy Lich. We don't know well, no I assumed that he was nothing standard mummy just because his essence has been split, he probably doesn't mind the whole thing if it furthers his goal of. Taken over Syrian and saving us from the Ruby Prints and etc etc. Well, that's a problem because in that case, we're going to see if there's any records here. That has she hasn't told me I'm right yet, but also it's never a problem if this records records. Second to magic in there beautiful awesomeness. Was I right you. been. Her eyes. Don't seem to move like she actually moves her head. Almost zipper eyes are fixed. Ford. And just seems so gone back and forth looking between all. While you carry on this conversation. Got Quiet for a minute there I think she probably joined her. The one you wish to speak to no longer here but was it just a SEC? She simply stares at you. I mean this would be easy to verify. We just have to find the tomb and if it's Someone that you don't know that you need to talk to in at some sort of riddle, she's a sphinx right Oh it's it's certainly a riddle definitely it that's why she's playing the Pronoun Game She saying he so I don't know if it's Sarah or if she is referring to the creature that's possibly possessing there that Sarah that's definitely a she. would be a he. S- at the Scarborough was possessing Sarah that perhaps you was still referred to them as a he or she's referring to Jesus Zach. What about your friend? That's who she's talking about Sarath. Senator. died. Well I, don't think she was expecting him to necessarily be here all though if I can never master this ritual, perhaps talk to him and we talk to Merit Hattab we've talked to just all SLA dead people but I'm going to be real sleepy. So let's keep that in mind. The beach. Or the cultists without. No yes we killed everybody's dead. Everyone that came out to try to stab us as dead. If there's anybody, we haven't checked the whole building yet. But. I assume most of them are dead the Minardi. Yes the law in women or data. Yes. Yes. The slick woman is dead. She left on she probably has the baby. I'm starting to think so yes, she took with her. Much of value did they say where she was going I can't remember just said she left. Has Just said she left? She left. You know where she went watched for time I stocked these hills this home I listened and I waited may have gone to the shadow of my blinded image. Okay. Where's that makes things in this desert? That's blinded. So is I guess I would roll that because I know geography or whatever but they'll actually all of you to make an intelligence role. Who Don't? Can narmer make this role to sure I will a fifteen for a twenty one I of thirteen, I thirteen. Masika rolls a two for three but narmer roles in eighteen for eighteen central's a six point eight. Are Not an intelligence heavy party. Policy. I wrote a twenty bucks. Ever spent Hollis is like. Twelve hundred. Party. Tell. Thank you. Sugar could enroll too. It's true but she has a fifteen now chickens now smarter than Citra. The is way smarter than. This is not the first or even second time that you've heard a sightless thinks in fact, you heard of it in relation to the elders of the Buchan tribe when they were discussing their pursuit of their missing sister you also assuming that I'm going to assume that over the the weeks now that you've been with the party and been going over all the things that you know pertaining towards the coal that the party is share basically every bit of information that they have ads would also know of the prophecies. That the party inherited fairly the rambled prophecies that the party inherited from the. Head of debt free scream other. Yeah Grandmother. Included a reference to a Sightless Sphinx Way Back Y'all well, we've heard about the saddest things going on three times now maybe four. We know that Masika S- mentor. Is possibly wherever that is. we know that the grandmother of your former party members, the one who's head you fought, which sounds disturbance honestly We know that she and her ramblings talked about that. And now we're hearing here so. Wherever that location is I imagine we'll find possibly seek is mentor, but also possibly a good portion of this cult if not all of it. So the question is, where is it? That's the. Real. Question. In the desert helpful that doesn't really narrow it down but thanks. I didn't interrupt shit stop talking. You're rude. Oh, I thought she was going to say something besides just in the desert. That's At that point. Have, you seen seen? It seen what exactly what you're searching for? Though we seem to be searching for a great many things. Like a person that we didn't know we, we're supposed to speak to you here and a sightless feeing sent be baby and a snake lady and a best friend if you have not it, then it must not be where you are looking at the desserts. Big bears a lot of desserts. Also, this isn't the only one. This is the only one that matters. Okay. I got a little piece of information. So that's something. In that case, it's northwest we've been it's where we haven't been. Well obviously, are there any places in this desert that we haven't been? Notable in any way, I feel like we had other points of interest anyone that was just to make geography may do. So that's what I wanted to do. I'm going to have sugar help me. Sugar does help me barely I roll three. Let's see. That's a nineteen, twenty, twenty, one nausea with three generally speaking if she's referring to desert as in this section of the desert, the parts of dunes. The parts. Dunes are widely divided into two major sections. The southern and northern parts. Dame's you've an essence been exploring the southern parts dunes thus far, which is everything south and west of the pillars of the sun. Well. We probably got to go to the northern part of this then because we've been in the south. Of Make Sense. Well, the cultists have been just about everywhere this show do get around Yeah they're really annoying. Seemingly. Have great numbers under them. Desperate people make great cultists because I mean somebody offers you something. You couldn't have otherwise what's the what's there to lose your life if they come up against us But. They don't know that most of them know don't. There are still answers here. Yeah. We haven't gone up to that Always. Tell you to search the place. Yeah. Yes. Are you going to be all right? That is our. If we start searching around, I will need time to recuperate. Cast some spells save. You will need them. Are there more dangers ahead in the specifically's? But is beyond my sight did on her at find you I've gone to the Falcon. Falcon Hawk. Flack I'm not here to be a biologist. He let me know that I would not expecting the reinforcements that I had anticipated. I did. What I could on my own what did you expect from on the other? She looks off out the wide. Arching door through the door beyond that leads back out into the open courtyard where you in just a few minutes ago we're fighting against the cold. If he had lived, I would have anticipated him finding me faster for he had information that you did not what information he knew me. And knew where he was not permitted. Walk with me city immediately goes are walking with her. She climbs up to all four feet obviously tendering one leg as she makes her way forward keeping her front right Paul lifted up to her chest. The Sphinx leads the way stops softly praise for any of those of you fluent in celestial. nope surprisingly. No. nope. Now borough softly brace. Very distantly you hear another Falcon, screech as she lowers her paw back down, you can see that some of her injuries have lessened. She leads the way out into the open desert are the valleys out of the Mortuary Temple and into this this valley. I was brought here as a child. My mother was the Guardian to this place. That was when I met him. Just a SEC. He was. Kind? He would with me for hours. He was clever. This world has not seen his again. I stayed on to guard when he passed, she begins to lead the way down the valley. How did he pass? He was brilliant. He did not take care of himself though when he was in the throes of his creativity, he would not eat for days he would forget to drink. Or sleep the priests said his heart gave out. The brightest candles burned the fastest. What did you know of Hakka atop the Sky Pharaoh Susie was able to see hockey. Came to see Chizik. Asked him to build something I we assume the pyramid he hired him and gave him a small Army of workers to bill some defense. Thousands and thousand their bones bleached the desert, the know what? Jesus was building to secure his workers, construct this temple in this pyramid and I stayed on to guard it to watch. The desert that is my home, his designs or beyond my sight but they only built this place. It didn't build anywhere else in the desert permits those. Just sex dream. The Sky Phero was generous in affording him to live out that dream I'd never spoke to the Sky Pharaoh he spoke with one whom I know whose name I cannot mention and would not do. So lest you wake from his sleep endevour you well, that's not a great San okay the Sky Farrow was embiid. But had a single blaring weakness He. roughed. Through here. She says she leads you to the end of the valley. Loved as A. Species person or just in general the SCO. Phero loved three times in his life once fate intervened. Once betrayal dead, and once that love continued beyond life and into death he loved so much that he could spare none for the rest. She leads you to a cave set back into the cliff entering in you find the twisting ravine here leads to a cave entrance, the walls of the valley form a single piece of art, the surrounding walls covered in hieroglyphs and figures of sphinxes and men for those of you familiar with. Syrian hieroglyphs which the entire Party you can tell that this relates the story of a great and powerful sinks the Pharaohs that would come to entreat with her later. You can see that there's a some smaller spinks. Both you can stature and position that travels with her. That's her mommy. And they are carved onto the wall face. You can see this depiction that you can only assume judging by the double Al Hieroglyph is just a SEC intriguing speaking debating one panel implicating riddling for two months straight with the two sinks. Wow that's impressive. That yeah. Looks over sees all of you looking at the hieroglyphs watches them herself. He was gone too soon I will stay here you will enter the pyramid. There was an insurance before it is buried and unlock the cultist had neither time nor patients. They made a new one. I do not know what you'll find within I will only tell you this. I swore to guard just a SEC I felt. Just, a SEC was not material man, but those around him honored him as such, just a second only saw utility and items. Any of those of you wish may make sense motive. As seventeen for a twenty-seven, nineteen for a twenty, six, ten, seventeen, nineteen, thirty, three. Except for Masika who descends to be said about the whole just a sexy. Guy And then she seems to really miss them even six thousand years later. which she is old y'all. The rest of you, it's obscured with the way that she talks but do get the implication that one. She only cared about justice mortal remains and nothing inside the pyramid and to just a second of cared about nothing inside of the till the pyramid with the exception of its utility as such if she's asking you to find sex remains, she is also offering for you to take anything inside as just a SEC. Would want to use MU to use anything inside to help retrieve him. Make, sense she. Settles in full or pause in front of her. Tennis Sarah Her head turns towards you in her blinking gaze follows Masika holds out narmer this narmer. Oh i. I fell into one of chess sex workshops when I was little and a construct their helped me US sex plans to build narmer. She kind of Nudges Narmer towards tennis Sarah go make her feel better. He waddles Ford. Yeah I, rescued her and. I think maybe I should post to be filtering salt, but I don't. Watch black white red all over. What's your deal? Papyrus. Her. Stabbed over. No now. I don't know. sunburned zebra. Shumba Jebron. Masika. Thanks. Looks down at him. This work work parts of it in this is not his style. Now, I kind of helped finish the design kind of built on your own image. I think he would be impressed Masika beams. You have a good heart little catfish. Yup. POPs open as. He's not very smart. Just a SEC was a master of the elements. That is all well, thank you for for your help come and see me before you leave. All right. I would know what they did within. We can do that. Sits nods and. Her. Kind of about to say thank you like kind of that spoke thing of thanks for letting us take the stuff inside. Our Hat. Bows respectfully, before I can't believe they blew a hole inside of this staying pyramid what? kind of archaeology they up to. Mexico and wave at Teddy Sarah, and then patter shoulder for Narmer to jump back. Up Up. Anyone who wishes to mimic perception will. I really nine for nine based this. Are All six for a twenty two alice's weaknesses seeing things. My weaknesses site. Twelve for twenty, six, Masika rolls a ten for seventeen an armor rolls a fourteen for twenty two so. Sicher you the only one to notice this party turns you make your way back towards the narrow entrance into this area you look back over your shoulder to see the the Sphinx. Laying on her stomach pause folded in front of her. Wings tucked into her side for a long time. She stares intently at the hieroglyphic depictions the tall depiction of tech than as you've reached the end of the ravine and begin to step through for a moment you see the glint of solitary tear. Owning she loved him and the new step back out into the blazing light of the Sun. All right. Well, this is very depressing. Let's go see what there is the see. I, hope they didn't cause damage to the structure that. I'm sure they can just point here. Do. You see the whole I'm hoping that's just an exterior whole that they punched into it made didn't actually damage the underlying structure that could cave in on this oh that makes sense well. Where is the whole is high up in the pyramid is an on ground level. You haven't been able to see it yet. However, if judging from the direction that the cultists emerged onto the upper platform with Quebec, it must be at the base of the pyramid on its southeastern corner. From down here, you can't see it. You need to get up to that platform which either involves a hundred and sixty foot vertical climb. Or navigating the birches or flying or any other things magic that you possess. RUBS her hands together. Okay. So I've been practicing. Let's see if this works. She's GONNA fly. An Hour. Shower we're finding a fine guy. I don't know just SORTA got struck by I. Guess Inspiration. Maybe. Don't say that too loud. Come cuddle come come I will tell us up there because I can literally see it. Okay. Narmer Narmer, how do I do? This is hustling. Wason was eating. Hudson. is still standing there on Hog? Figured on would come and Masika S- flying than. I can take everybody I think if like I would be happy to come with you and Lynnwood eight I can. Look up the distance could climb that but I imagine that the entrance they made us not large enough me. I'm. Safe and I'm glad we didn't have to stab you and I'm glad you stabbed cultists we appreciate your aid, of course. It seems that you have a great deal ahead of you. Sounds. You have people to protect. Their is a little more I can do to help you here, but I will find my people I believe they're heading to the merchandise. I think we'll probably be headed there after this will need to resupply before we go north through. I must fund my friends we did. Not the full burial, but we did Berry both of them. We did bury verse so that the elements would get to miss much. Kneels down next to you nuts think beep offers a finger for you shake. Shake. Masika like holds out her arms for like a hug. The. Hand Hug is like you try your best to wrap your arms around his neck. Must see you at the oasis lesson than stances, feet. Turns and takes off at a light jog. Each stride covering twelve feet in length and easily covering the distance from here to the exit. No matter of seconds. while. All right come close except for you fly in folks my Sika we'll fly up. I will tell us up to the top was I probably start to roll, but I can see it. Would say that you're close well, you saw it when you came in so. Far into the valley, you can actually get like a line of sight because otherwise you're just looking straight up the cliff face, you just got back up and back up until you have a better line of sight with a platform that they were on. intone grab onto your your party and Castel port. I will need you to roll percentile. Twenty Nine God Low is good. Yeah. Hi is bad. One hundred we would be in serious trouble. Okay. So I. Suppose you gather everyone together I. Think you can carry yourself plus. I think mistakes flying up on your own because I think you can only bring three other people with you correct. Yeah, you can bring yourself, Sudi Citra and on hawked, and then Masika is gonna fly on our own. So you sit back chant tone grab your party. There's that disconcerting lurch for all of you as the world shifts suddenly and then re materializes Masika you're more or less level with the platform as teleport, and there's just this burst of sand as they displace all the air around them as they arrive Masika Kong off the top of the platform. Oh, well sorry. I. Didn't realize you were going to be right there. Flying. Those peaceful. Well, don't look a gift horse in the mouth I didn't have a flat spill I could have thrown thirty feet, but I wouldn't have gotten up here. You would hit the side of the mountain and it would have been bad I mean I could climb route. Far. So. Do you like grabs his stomach? A little queasy who Masika lands? So he'll expect over his shoulder, two hundred and sixty foot drop back Ryan. Nightmare armor did it. Easy. So. I think we need to have inside I'm going to. Vote for traps through quick and then we can headed. The of magic I wonder what they'll find the net as you send in this platform, you find that you stand on A. Platform. Although around you, it gives way to natural rock of this plateau. Almost the entirety was taken up by this pyramid it's about nine hundred foot two to each side at its base and then ascends upwards. Of, Sixty feet once it reaches its Pentacle, all of it is still covered. With the limestone giving it the smooth. Sides making it seemingly well, not impossible to climb can look up and see a couple places where he thinks he could get a handhold in it would be difficult. The capstone to this is still. Pleaded in its gold. And shines the light of the Sun which reflects down on all of you on the side of this is an obvious gaping hole angled downwards at a steep degree leading you believe beneath the pyramid. As many of the burial chambers would be directly beneath them here and not built into it. No light emanates from this whole. That's approximately five feet at aside and five feet high does it look like a? A magically made whole with like disintegrate or something. No it looks like someone probably blast this judging by the scorch marks seemingly with fire or lightning. Chat. Yeah and elegant. Solution Sika will cast light and then loops. Stone. I got a miner's cap now. Cyril activate her way, find her at her belt where we'll. Speak K. Hound it floods to light. You'll look back to the as a sign of many of those bridges actually narrow down to foot wide. Wow over one hundred and twenty foot drop. Okay. So tell me was definitely better option had stone shape but I figured I wanted to closed this whole when we left if possible and I would probably use don't shape for that. That makes sense. I suppose you the whole center, takes the lead and make sure there's not any like pressure plates or anything like that. We look at the whole again, you don't see any sign that the Colt, the cultists trap this whole, and since wasn't an intentional entrance doesn't look like the ancient architects did either the whole makes its way forward. Do you think for a distance of maybe some dozen feet or so? It's deeply descends but not so steepest to require that you make a climb check or anything like that. And leads down into what looks to be a chamber although the as your light floods down there, you can only see the very entrance of this room who's taking point I am. CITRA leads are way down. This reminds me of the days. Classic archaeology. WHO's following in behind center? City brings up the rear so. I guess I will and follow after Hollis? A light source of front and back. So we should be pretty well eliminated. So. Hot probably in front of city yeah. You make your way down amended tentatively uncomfortably. You've been in tombs, but this is the first pyramid that you've entered into since that fateful day in your childhood highlights puts a hand on your shoulder. We're all here with you this time we're fun. That these comforting I will admit they've probably already dealt with anything that's going to be attacking us. About remove curse this morning. So I'm ready well. I also know how to remove courses now granted. I didn't know when I was a kid. You to send down even Situa who's relatively short needing to duck only Masika doesn't as you make your way into the tunnel because under five feet. Four Foot Eleven Six Yeah. So Well as to where? You're taller than Sudi Studios. So yeah. The ceiling in this tunnel is no higher than five feet. Lord Fun. Times. You'RE GONNA. Be Bent over like crawling Heintz. Over. Extra head down a little bit. So her hair's not brushing the top of the tunnel but otherwise, she's good. My Lord they could have made this taller. Is, burning. Small Anecdote. The only time in my life that I've felt truly claustrophobic. Was Saint Andrews when Rachel and I went to the castle there and there's a separate tunnel that was still leftover from when there was an attempted I think it was an attempted attack on the castle. And you can climb down inside of it, and at one point, you have to go feet first through this barely two foot wide shaft with this ladder down it to go down to the end of the tunnel. And that was the only time that I started going down for a lot of your crouch down to the point that like the tunnels are no higher than three feet. And so you're crouch walking as you go through it, and that is what I can only imagine the sensation of descending down into this for all few. Disconcerting if you ever get a chance to go to saint entry, it's definitely awesome and we had some of the best Indian food ever had my life. There's no Indian food restaurant here you make your way into the tunnel. The heat of the day gives way to the cool shade as You make your way down and Sicher you step out into a chamber that is really only a remarkable in how planet is there no hieroglyphs on the walls. There no markings in this room. You don't know what its purpose was. You know what? The purpose become the Chamber itself is some twenty feet at aside adore exits this chamber on the opposite side, a wide doorway, no actual door on it leading into a hallway off towards the right hand side you can see sacks and crates and stacks and chests of seemingly various styles and makes many of them battered and damaged as if it's again like merchants. Cart. That's just been broken down and collected up here everything that you would find from merchants traveling across the desert using the same crates and chests over the course of years and decades, and they must have been using this place as a base for some time. You can see sleeping mets here seven of them in total one, you can assume convex, but he doesn't seem to place himself anywhere above his men he only does that on the battlefield. Yes Hall is going to detect magic fingers sixers going to be looking at the crates and chests and whatnot. See if anything's in there still. Detecting halls, you can detect magic from one of the crates. CETERA breaking open the closest one. Yeah it's it's full of a variety of objects looked to be date, smoked meat, water skins, copper pots, a silver kettle, two bottles of as you kind of pop them open and sniff them to see whether or not their magic or anything like that Hollis chicks or head. Appear to be rather wonderful smelling luxury perfume. A silver and gold inlaid teacup. With. Silver and gold teacup. Inlaid. With obsidian. Low. Well, Masika GonNa grab a handful of the dates and kind of munch on those wash you look around the room yeah. I'm going to stretch my strangely long arms over and takes dates as well. I mean you know where those of from where they even still date? Probably. Intentional. I. Did not actually. Meet Donald Joke well suited by Keel over you'll know if they're not in Dayton anymore, whatever that means must be a cat thing none of this stuff appears to be. Like. None of this appears to have been taken from this tomb. It's this was most likely taken from. Well, you know at the very least that you're very trustworthy merchantile friend had lost his carts as well. So he might have actually been telling the truth we needed supply. So here's some supplies. That's good. Let's load up some of this food for our tracks and whatnot. Hollis checking the crate that you can detect the magic from the you find that this is filled with a number of different blankets as well as luxuriant pillows. Digging around to the bottom though you can see that there are three pairs of boots. One of which is magical. Let's see fifteen for a thirty, four, thirty, four. As you look over these boots, they're style being substantially different from the style most most commonly counter in Syrian or even had a picture of. All of these boots to be some sort of northern maybe Avasani make as they're completely encased leather for keeping your feet warm during the winter and stuff like that. However, these last ones are thin elegant. He'll. Only maybe about an inch and a half or so just to allow the person to look even taller which seems to be unnecessary for someone wearing boots of elven kind which you assume would be an Elf. Nice the these averages Alvin kind is that what this? Boots do saw foods are primarily made out of living chiefs And other natural materials they enable the where to move more nimbly about in virtually any surroundings granting a plus five competence bonus on acrobatics checks I don't really need that sounds like something maybe citric I'd like those if nobody wants them I, mean sounds good to me somebody else can take the daredevils boots if they'd like them. So you what else wanted to take such as soon as she prize offer feet now I mean. I don't flippity flop. Was Bring you up to like twenty something. Twenty four twenty, four. All right. Nice. Beyond that, there's also three create Earth Regis in here if you were to open them. Yes. Sure anyone who wishes to by the way actually will go and go ahead and have. made me a perception check. And you know what? Go go into that trap bonus of your. Ahead of us here. Calculate everyone on the. Jim Crow and got to see my bad math and real time. Usually edited down. Thirty three. Fourteen plus fourteen plus five, they thirty three. All three of these chests were trapped. The traps on all of these have been disabled. Also, the trap seem to have been tied to something else as and they would these chesler trap so that if you open them, they would probably trigger like a hell of Eros or something like that. But they've been subsequently been disabled and also removed from where they were trapped. Open the. Trap you find the following. All of this modern coinage, nine, hundred and forty-three platinum and he says. Oh two, thousand, eight, hundred, sixty pieces, four, thousand and twelve silver pieces and six thousand three hundred eight copper pieces. Holy Cow. That is a small fortune. Heck. That was well over ten thousand gold right there. That's what you've got Dang. Research. The rest of the crates just to say if there's anything else. Around. To some more water skins again, some cooking utensils, a bunch of material that again feasible you can take all of it and it might be worth. Giving a couple of silver pieces or maybe a few gold pieces but not worth the wait of transport hooking wear. Quite often. There's a single exit from this chamber. We make our way forward yep go CITRA. She's going. Straight ahead, you exit from this room you enter into what appears to be a hallway corridor, the ceiling, and here is ten feet high. The corridor from one side to the other is about ten feet across. In fact, you actually think it's probably exactly feet high ten feet across the corridor continues down off towards your right hand side for distance of maybe some ten feet before reaching walls and then off towards. Your left hand side for distance of some forty feet or so you can see that there's an open archway on the left hand side if you're making your way left. So innocence if you step out turn left then on the same wall that you came out of there's a another opening and then down at the end of the whole on the right hand side, you can see that there's an another one there. So, to further, just to make their way, the walls here are covered in hieroglyphs. All of these don't appear to be stories of Qissa so much as they are simply the prayers to the dead written upon the pyramid walls intriguing. The gods to judge him fairly including the assorted spells that would be used to aid in his trials. Once he reaches the afterlife, get act like a scroll. In spells in the the traditional of Syrian way of these are phrases that you would use that. Say these exact words them by legal lease and new vessel. Let you pass this part. Okay I feel I can. Make. Let those things become a knowledge. Again that's why the oftentimes you get the priest of a new best to write these on your walls, and again you had them right on your pyramid wall so that after death you could then okay I'm Gonna I'm GonNa Cram Real quick before I go face a new best while my spirit still inside of my pyramid. Cheap. All right it was. That's all the in. Here is just the prayers on the wall. The two exits. I scan it with magic, the magic and. Shrug no, there's nothing magical in here. Again, there's no light other than the light you're bringing in their signs that people have come through here. Most notably wishes to make a survival chicken. I've got a little bit of survival. Why not? Are All eighteen for twenty three? Eighteen for thirty, eight to. Twelve for twenty seven, we'll all of you until that a small number of people come through here most notably though some of this is obscured by a long swath of disturbed dusts. Like. Four. The snake lady went through here. It looks the way. Yes and assigns of tiny baby beef for Prince. Those look like I don't even know if that's to be honest. Perhaps delays and people have feet well, no B.'s don't have feet until after they're not larva anymore remember Oh that's right. It's a larva which is more disturbing than tiny. We don't actually no. No, that's what I'm saying. Though not they call it. The Bee Larva they. Dead. Or the Royal Larva which is why I'm really afraid it's like upper half looks like a lady and it's bottom half is a larva and that's terrifying but we still around. The other way around is worse. Off. Actually agree with you on that you better creepy. I don't know what the accident is. George Jackson. Just what that is, which way did, which way seems to have more traffic out of the two doors that are here. So you make your way. Well, you'll breach the first door on your left and then the. About ten down passing we'll do. The first store Luca. Take so you turn begin to make your way down. Me Just really wants to find this baby. So I figure out what the looks like. We're all in that boat like I'm curious. A. You, make me another perception check go out of plus five to that one. No reason maybe receives room and they trapped it. Can you imagine being raised by comic I can it's not pretty that's oppose the stacks with my like lens of detection. Clear that you're using your lens of now will from now on I do now I'm just curious will that stack it will keep in mind that you have to slow down to like. This is using your trap spotter because you pass within ten feet I mean. Ten and got a twenty nine. Okay Twenty Nine USA. The DC for this is exactly twenty nine, which means you're successfully stop yourself. As you notice a pressure plate that covers the floor here nobody mu I really got to pick up overland plot. I'm going to try and disabled this. Give me a minute such as you Kinda Crouch Down York. Over this, you can tell that people have stepped on this, but you also think someone has messed with this before you. I'm not the first person to mess with this well. I, mean it would make sense the cultists we've seen evidence the Cultus have gone through here a lot and I mean as much as I hate them they're not stupid. They must have somebody that's able to. And disabled these traps like you you withhold. Well, I mean I kind of hope not because it'd be funny or not funny, but it would be come up. His trip. Well. So is it disabled? You can tell that this trip is active it looks like someone did not disable it. It looks like someone's skilled enough actually bypassed it and then reactivated afterwards. It seems like somebody was able to bypass the trap and then reset. Skill so I guess you should disable it so we can check the room. Disarming it not my best role I believe in you Cetera, but I still managed a thirty. Two thousand nine. down. With. Roland nine guys. Disable it. It's at this point. You can you kind of piece together a couple of different things that you see about this room are this corridor. You'll look back over your shoulder. The entirety of this hallway is at a slight incline and you actually think that this triggers. ATTRA- immediately around you but actually drops out the wall behind you. ooh, that would have been bad. You think this might be a boulder trap Oh Indiana, Jones style. Considering the exact. Ten foot by ten foot dimensions of this corridor and. That would probably have been rather unpleasant. Danton. Six pleasant. Crunch how low. Dang. Well glad that we didn't get bolder in the face right? Do you think it's safe to keep going? INC It was meant to release a boulder and then close the door behind the so we go. squish. Oh there was a crock. Oh, about this. I think the agent's name was Indiana so. God Indiana Jones would be a pathfinder. Logistics. I use them. I thought that there was a place, they put all their artifacts as pathfinders dark. I guess all search the room that trap was in front of. So even with that magic, this or tree leads into another unadorned chamber containing a variety of grave goods buried with the deceased for the afterlife furniture tools, Arns, dozens of scrolls. Detailed architectural plans. For both teams as well as other structures, it would probably take you the better part of maybe ten minutes to search the. Chamber. Detecting Magic Masika is going to start looking at those plans. Is there anything like really cool So must seek is going to search. Looking at the plans anybody else. I'll search plans with Masika Ashoura search to knowledge engineering. Sich is now does this room have another exit or is it? Just a didn't. Okay. There's nurse nothing else in here. Well, we don't know yet I will search term. You can look for secret doors. Oh. At the entrance on hot says this kind of stands in the doorway. So, go ahead and give me the knowledge engineering checks from I. Believe the three of you looking at the scrolls and then Citra good and give me a perceptual. I'm going to have sugar look as well. Because, of course, she rules in eighteen to aid. Me Does a great job I will not one for an eleven twelve thirteen for a thirteen engineering check roller fifteen for twenty-five Masika rolls a six for twenty eight and the Narmer AIDS her so thirty. Actually have just let sugar row by herself. Sadly Sicher is I think she's still dealing with stuff or she's just excited that she just disabled that lash trap Sheila ruled a five, four, eight, nineteen. Use, your las no. I didn't declare it. So first off looking at these these various scrolls, none of these appear to be a pyramids there various simple tomb structures as extraordinarily exacting as these are as far as having exact angles and distances and dimensions for each of these tombs. where's the sounds almost fills like just a sec was doodling, but even his doodling has to have straight edges and exact measurements and so on. None of this seems like something truly committing himself to. Some of these are so out there that they're technically possible with ancient Assyrian architectural design. But we're probably too revolutionary or. Extreme for anyone to actually consider constructing them. Like multi tiered complex in laid buildings and such. The only thing that you probably find that that's interesting is I'll give us this Hollis, even though she didn't role as well as the rest that some of these you think are actual structures in. Some of these places of this these may have some historical value, but you can't really put a price point on this because. You'd have to take them to someone to actually look at it and see whether or not. There's any value to them. Also, most of these are written on the back of other scrolls. Reuse paper. So you flip this over its grocery lists and things like that reduce. Reuse. was just a second really loved dates surely ahead of his time recycling before recycling was the thing. You find three things of interest. I I saw you find a set of masterwork stone, masonry tools. Probably they looked they don't look like they've ever been you. So you think that they were purchased literally to be buried with him because he was architect. The second thing that you find and this is buried way back in the back under so much crap that it could not actually be detected with the tech magic. Because, there was just too much intervening junk. Is a say junk and I'm sure we've all seen pictures of Rainsy's to King Tut's tomb where it's just like it here's a room stock to basically looks like his storage closet or something you rented a pot and distort everything you find three flasks that appear to be magical. Believe you can detect magic with your. nifty rope I can't indeed. So you can make a spoke Czech or you can toss them over towards Hollis she's not released. But only to thirteen. Know. They're worthless. They are magical the. ALC- Lance at them when I have In addition to this, you find a metal chest in the back of the room what appears to be. A couple old battered suits of armor again, why Chesapeake was buried with these you know. As well as what appears to be some sort of. Armor as if made from some sort of. Inset. High is it read weird? Red Kind. Of more of a orange. Say hit a red man. With them. I take ten honest. Twenty nine to look at those bottles, all three of those flex or onions timelessness. Cool. So interesting the bug armor. Yeah. Let's look at the bug armor. Armor I've got other people doing it. The Party of people who just don't wear armor very what very much missing. Oh, that's right. I forgot about mistaken her armor. I also. Yeah, but it's not heavy armor anything. No. A fighter Paladin or something. Looking at the armor assume taking. Half it's magical share the. Magical. They're actually too many scores on it. Take ten. One is a faint transmutation. The other is a moderate conjuration. The faint transmutation that covers it is actually also an engine of timelessness. Okay. So preserve armor the timelessness never wears off. In one flask is enough to coat eight medium or smaller objects. And each year of actual time affects the substances of only a day passed I'm GonNa. Live I. Bet this on your spell bike actually. A medium or smaller objects he could put a lot of things. Yeah. The is a you haven't heard of this before. So you don't know if this is actually a unique piece of armor who man by that I mean it comes out of the money spent your book and it's not anywhere else so. It is a special armor, the overlapping plates of this plus to Lamar curse on feel more like insect shouldn't than supple leather. This armor is lightweight construction gives it a maximum dexterity bonus of plus six instead of the plus four that lamb lockers normally has. This is known as the Lucas Curse. The aware of this curse can take ten on acrobatics checks to jump even if distracted or endanger once per day as an immediate action the where. Swarm of locusts. This around her and support her weight during a fall calling her to dress drew slowly to the ground similar to a feather fall while falling the where can move up to five feet in any horizontal direction for everyone foot that they fall at a speed of sixty feet per round. Wow. That's takes upon landing Masika email on wear this election in a bunch of locus to carry around pretty cool. The effect INS as soon as the where it touches the ground or after six rounds whichever comes first the effect expires. On the air they fall remaining distances normal. Now that's GonNa cut my armor bonus and half. So it's plus four bonus in a maximum thirty lots of six. Packs dex six that's really nice investigates. High She's wearing plus you Mithra breastplate right now. So. Yeah. That's GONNA. Cut Her AC bonus in half. So tro locus curious you want to be the Bug lady. I already have a missile chain shirt. That's way better. That's sad. I would wear it except I would lose all my wisdom bonuses. I'd have to spell cast now I really wanted to wear it. But yeah, I kind of need to not die when I'm in the front. A true. True. That's sad. How much is it worth? Put it in the bag. The bag. Is. Worth six, thousand, five, hundred, sixty, five, Kinan hawked wear right now like. We all look at on hawked. Bullet. Bug Armor is this better than the armor that you're wearing now he doesn't have the dexterity to put it to use. In the second goes, that's bad is wearing a-plus. breastplate. Oh. Cool. It's Like the Spartan style where conformed to his chest, it's got the necessary. That's the nipples and everything. Ten bronze for Sudanese mix you. Well maybe we'll find it in here. Who knows there could be actually building supplies in your well I. Guess we'll keep looking then. You, head down to the passage reads the end of it. Remind me to talk a little bit about the trap that was in this hallway because this would have been really interesting. There's a broken open stone door on your right hand side as your extended this passage. That's frustrating. I GUESS SOCO inside if you're says, it's all clear. Any trump trips he's like it's clear I think it's I don't think this one's trapped I. Guess they assume that you'll be dead from the first one and so they didn't bother with the second well or they. Broke the trap when they broke the door. That's three to there is one notable thing about the store. It was inscribed with what appear to have been a design of to als. This may actually be the CIA chamber. This boys gotTa have a fake hidden one rap because like he's so smart. Neier. You ready to meet your granddad. Hollis. Makes a weird face like is this very strange? O. On. The Mash can talk to him no, no, no. Stupid. Questions Anyway Aw Sudi let them use the mask no. Why, why do I make taking challenge sometimes when I move my legs do you guys hear that he wiggle his leg? Speak. But it doesn't seem like the other leg doesn't do it. It makes me nervous. So you probably need something tightened. Let's have a screw loose. Eight seven. I'll look at. Timeless this I yeah. We could actually slap on Narmer to you could make me even more mortal. Anyway later, later leader. His winding would last. So much longer. No. Down, he would still be again it's six thousand years as six thousand days. So yeah. Suppose stepping through I. Didn't you tell me one of your legs was Karekin I guess he did tell technically just now. Just short you. Guys. The door opens into a chamber, every chamber that you've entered so far the first one and you came in the Second Chamber that contained all the burial goods. This chamber are all twenty feet at aside seemingly perfectly square the ceilings in each of these chambers stretch up to a height of two thousand feet. So technically perfectly cubes hieroglyphs depicting the life of a master craftsman, decorate the walls of this chamber a large stone sarcophagus. Fills. The center of this room set upon upraised Diaz the lid ajar. This can't be the real ones. He's got a little flashback to last time he was in a room similar to this. And how almost died from a coffin consuming him four pillars mark the outside of the wall. And a large statue of toss stands and looks down upon the the resting form holding his staff up. Hollis the tax magic seems too easy well. Hand. Guarded by giant Sphinx even so this is a man who loved all sorts of complicated architecture and this did you not hear what Sarah told us though she said that he liked making architecture but was extremely conservative. He may not have been into dig it making himself a bit grand tomb we should check it out. Only sixty feet high. This is a relatively small pyramid. Buried some of it lets her. Know Metric. Gerald. Check for trips you make your way towards the sarcophagus. Slowly and surely, and using every bit of detection can. Again went to within ten feet. You don't see any trips. Although you can't see into it. and. You can't detect any magic although it's quite possible if there's any metal inside of that or the stones thick enough the stones shouldn't be an issue. But if the if it's a metal, if it's a stone outer sarcophagi guy in the name metal inner sarcophagi. Might be thinking. I. GUESS HE'LL CREEP UP BEHIND SITUA and look into the sarcophagus. Yeah. Once sis gives the all clear Mexico's GonNa Russia charts this Arcus Seuss GonNa stay back again last time he got nearly killed by minister. Very. Well, you hang back all the rest of you make your way forward. Extents in the doorway I was GONNA say Citra leaves the inspection of the sarcophagus to the other two. She still I mean last time she got a cat screaming her face and she ran away. She's also bad memories of tombs borough as you make your way up and look down into the sarcophagus. There's IT's empty. Take it I. Think they took him. The Stone Lid has been pushed to the side. Looking inside the top to his burial sarcophagus has been pushed off and side. You can see a few scraps of cloth some dust nobody. 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Episode #1354: The New Phil Hendrie Show

The World of Phil Hendrie

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Episode #1354: The New Phil Hendrie Show

"Hey, it's Phil Hendrie here for the backstage paths. And I want to announce that we have a winner. We have a winner for two passes to our day at the races on March the thirtieth at Santa Anita. It's reg Rodriguez Petaluma, so regined pedal. Luma was on a job, man. He heard us, and he's going to be with us March thirtieth, and we're really happy to have Reggie and his guests along with this March thirtieth there in our luxury suite at Santa Anita racetrack have you gone out to all general. I I haven't been Osama. I need a long time. You know, I'm I'm gonna tell you as a sporting event as a social event as a place to relax place to people watch does nothing like the track, and there's nothing like Santa Anita. There's all kinds of different places at the track where you can go. You can relax place. A bet sit down look at the racing form watched the race. You can be among people you can be by yourself. You can be betting a different window for each race. You can be out at the paddock. You can be watching the horses. Watch the the. Parade of the horses going onto the track. You know, wait for the post time trumpeter all kinds of stuff going on at Santa Anita. And it's there in the foothills the beautiful majestic San Gabriel mountains right behind the track. I've seen photographs it's breathtaking. Absolutely. Yeah. It looks pretty interesting and everything in jockeys Jackie's ever get distracted. What do you mean to the jockeys ever get distracted? What that be? Well, they're looking at the beauty of the mountains. It probably go. Yeah. I forgot. Yeah. I forgot I was on a horse. No. I don't think. So. But it is a lovely place and set goes back, many, many decades and talk about history great history sanity to the greatest horses in the world. Have raced at Santa Anita. And if you if you wonder why they call it the sport of kings going out and take in a race at Santa Anita their season lasts through June. Now it starts at the right after Christmas. And they also have the oaktree meet oak trees in the fall. Yeah. Is it the fault? Then they have. The main meat, and it goes through June ever since del mar del mar since Hollywood park has shut down you're going to be able to the stadium there. Hollywood park was a a race track out in Inglewood, and that's gone. Now, they're going to put the the football stadium out there. So the Senator racing season's extended then everybody's heading down to. Mar that's going to get distracted there. But what do you think these guys are on the horses? Go. Wow. That ocean. Sure looks great. I don't feel like beyond a horse today. Sometimes I mean, don't want to do that. And you're better place your bed. What I placed a bit based on winter, the jockeys pay attention or you're gonna go. Yeah. I think I'll go I go surfing anyway, folks. Congratulations reg, and for the rest of you guys. We're going to be out there on the thirtieth of Bartsch, but you can take in the races. At Santa Anita any day of the week band. And of course, the weekends. They have the big feature races coming up the Senate derby, the Santa Anita handicap, the del mar handicap great stuff happening at Santa Anita bay bay. And right across the street. From Santa Anita there on Holly avenue and Huntington drive. It's where Phil went to grade school. Holy angels. She's well it is. So take a tour of Phil's hometown. See where he went to school, Trish. Yeah. He looked at Playboy's after school under the under the bushes. Okay. Whatever man and then taken a race beautiful. Senate Nita Jack this is Jeff daughter, and it's this week in the National Football League. No, no. And then. And in the National Football League. And the and the New England Patriots. It was pretty good. The Los Angeles Rams had not been in a Super Bowl for many years. The last time they was in the Super Bowl. They played okay at the Coliseum, but they were going to go to Anaheim and everybody was mad at him. And no one like the the LA Rams except for Phil Henry and some of his friends done done that in today on first down will. I mean, this is the Super Bowl from last week or the week before late last night about a quarter to ten did it, then then the LA Rams come into the game with a chip on their shoulder, and they're in their heads filled with ideas and dreams of a Super Bowl. And there would be the first one that the LA Rams had ever won. They did win one as a Saint Louis Rams. But that like who cares? You know, then then in. Then Tom Brady's favorite target throughout the twenty nine thousand nine season was Julian Edelman, he's bad ass. He runs forget it, man. He does it all then Denton Dylan Anthony and on third down Brady dropped back to pass finding Edelman going over the middle for a tight little pickup of fifteen yards. I down for the New England Patriots. Then. At the twenty yard line, disaster strikes as Julia Rabin as Tom Brady drops back to pass any sacked by none other than Oswald. Grissom, who it's the Guy Forget his name. So I just call him Oswald gruesome who sacked him for ten yards. And the patriots are out of there out of touch down range. They got to settle for field goal kicked by Guscott. Cow skis did. Then let in so the patriots settled for three points on the board in Super Bowl. Fifty three. And so what are you telling us, Jeff? I'm just that's just I'm not saying that's the best highlight ever been done. See that again. Okay. Man. Let's what are you telling me you're going to submit that to the National Football League. No, I'm not I'm not at all. I'm just trying. I'm trying to say that's just me doing highlight to the Super Bowl. And I wasn't even breaking a sweat. You know? So think of how good I would be if what if you actually get breaking sweat, if I practiced no, son. I think you'd be just as bad as you were there why? Because that's stuck even if you were trying I'm just telling you that was off the top of my head look Jeff off the top of your head that that was crappy. You know, in other words, who may well, how'd you guys could probably you could Mr. you'd probably do good. You'd probably do do a good, right? Yeah. I do a good. I don't know. Maybe I could do better than that. Oh, okay. Well, skews me just fill. A lifelong broadcaster. What are you bring to the table except a head full of ideas here for ideas? Let's be polite now all I'm saying is if you want to be a National Football League football announcer, man, you had way better than that. Well, I got some play by play tape that I sent over to Dickman roll it second down in two at the two yard line back to pass his Brady looking looking to end zone. It's it's it's dry. It's it was broken. It was dropped. It was dropped. Okay. So that makes it second or third down on a goal line for the for the L A patriot. Or for that New England ram for that? New England Patriots Brady rolls to his right? Tosses it to Burke birkhead as he and he's in no he stopped he stopped for a yard loss. And that makes it third down. That's the fifth third downs. They have and yard to go. Hold on for a minute. Stop the tape. Jeff. What how many third downs? Did. They have they had. I said okay by mistake. I said what extra third day they'll get one third down three times. That's why I say you Dickman. Can we be young adults here? Okay. I mean. Right. So that that was terrible. I don't know why you think that you can do this, man. You know, they said to call you up Mr. entering you would encourage young broadcaster like me to take it on. No, I'm not going to encourage a guy that doesn't sound like he's trying you sound like you're half ass in it. I bet you if you tried. What do you mean? I'm selling I'm half assing. It you don't even sound like you practice. Jeff. It sounds like you just turned on the TV or whatever you we're looking where you looking at a tape NFL highlight reel. Well, yeah. Okay. I'm looking at the NFL Cannell. Okay. If you look at the NFL channel and you're looking at the playback of the game. No had highlights. He's looking at Highland watch. I can do this. But would you could slurring your words man, but you're going to do? The stage, but he's looking at two NFL highlight tape, and he goes Bichek and do it. And I did. Okay. I don't know how many different ways we can tell you this been. I'm sure you have potential. Sure, you could probably be really good. Hey, Mr. Henry, wouldn't it be better? Don't you wish you going into play by play? Don't you wish you just bypass the whole talk radio thing? No. Oh, that's well. Okay. Better. Not say you what? 'cause you start. What you told me when you when you was off the air. I never told you anything other than what I'm telling you right now regret that I wanted to talk radio. Yeah. You did you kind of dignity. No. I did not. I know what I said he has said I wished I'd probably worked for some nicer people. Okay. Oh, feel you said that you wished you'd been the play by play man for the Denver Bill for the for the buffalo Broncos. Whatever the team was Denver Bronco Broncos. Yeah. What are you talking about? Man. Does what? So I'm sorry. So Margaret he sounded like who Mr. sound like you would you guys knock that stuff off for crying? I gotta tell you that. What do you mean? I said I wanted to be the play by play guy for the Denver Broncos. You said you wanna do play by? Play for the Denver for the New York Broncos or something like that. Yeah. Yeah. Can we shut up then he has the names of the teams? Well, didn't you say that you if you had it to do over again you had gone into play by play. I don't ever remember saying if I had to do over again I'd go into play by play. I do I it looks like fun. And I know I would have been good at it. You know? Oh, yeah. See that's what I'm saying. That's what you're saying. What you you're sure you'd be good at it. Here. I give you a highlight reel, and you're squeezing off on it, man. You just like walking along squeeze off walk along squeeze off the full length of what I've done with what I've offered you you've pinched it off pretty much down the line. Mr. Henry, you know, what man? Thanks very much for your call. Jeff. Oh, what a loaded. Jeff daughter leads down on the world famous villain. Be shows. We kick things off what what was that about? Anyway, he cut some tapes or something I don't want to discourage you man, if you if you he wants to be in play by play guy. Yes. He did some highlight recording us something. And that's we listened to eight K daughter if you're listening. Are you kidding me of something? Do it Phil said practice. That's that's all I'm saying. I'm not seeing any telephone. I'm saying you gotta practice. Just do it man and put it on a tape. And then send in and say, hey, look at how good I am. You gotta you know, maybe do a little bit of editing or something. So so what did you say? Rather the play by play. Yeah. For the New York Broncos while I'm gonna forget the team you said it was one of those teams what? But if I said that. Okay. I believe you. All right. I won't if I said that. Yeah. Maybe I said, I don't remember saying it, and if I do if I did if you do it if I did say, it there must have been some context that I can't recall because I'm happy with what I did with my life. I really am. I'm not are you really? Yeah. I look feel it's okay to regret a lot of things. What is this? Anyway, because you know, as well as I do that you've often groused about going into talk radio huge. You wish you would have been a jest is jockey. Don't you get your Henry, what are you guys smoking tonight? Man. I jazz disc jockey, you always talk about well, you wish you'd been Chuck dials Tali strode or something like that. I don't remember that man at all. Yeah. All right. Okay. If you guys say, I said, it then I said it if I said it then I said it. Well, what was in your mind at the time? And you said those things. Well, I don't know you guys are telling me come on Phil I probably because it sounds easier being a as jockey. Of course, it wouldn't have paid anything. Well, how do you know? Maybe you would have been the the guy to bust it out into the stratosphere. Yeah. You gotta do like the Wolfman Jack of the jazz to enter the champ jocky your injury. You know, what's your injury, the Wolfman Jack of the jazz jockey shoelaces, man. Yeah. You said you wanted to play by play that all believe I believe I figure make a couple of bucks to play by play. I don't know. It doesn't look that easy to me. I'm just look at you guys. Can't turn this into an indictment and be just because I gave Jeff a hard time over his crap. Can addition tape. Okay, we're gonna be right back now come on to fill. No, no, no. We'll be right back world-famous fill in reshow. This portion of the Phil injury show brought to you by urkel tina's smoothies in the Dexter mall. Come on by Tina, get yourself a green smoothie man that stuff goes down, so sweet and smooth it someone's lawn. Let me be honest with you. But does it taste good put enough sugar in it? The whole thing tastes like mullet melt Argentina's smoothies there in the Dexter mall. Come on by have a sip of my front lawn. Here the world famous Phil Emery show from the L Pacific and southern California. Very happy Wednesday to you kinds of wild things crazy goofy things happening in and around the world the world of Phil Hendrie. The marine spans. Floatation devices Iraq, could you doing man doing this narration? The what? And is the mind is spins the flotation device of your mind. Wait banned the flotation device of your mind is fans. Yeah. What are you doing man? I saw this movie where he's thought some film where someone was doing some way out far out narration like that. Send you want to be rooted in reality. Don't you? Yeah. But I like this. What's it called machinery? Aww on guard, film or something. Yeah. Yeah. And that was at Salvador Dali oh Andalusian dogs. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, jesus. What does Andalusian dogs and allusion on over get this movie? I saw it with an on a double Bill with free. That's how old I am. And this is like back in the day when you would you went into town, and at this particular net went to the loss field is theater. And I was what nineteen years old? I think we went and saw a group of us and the place was packed Las feelers theater over there in Westfield is district, and it was freaks tod Browning's freaks and delusion dogs by Salvador Dali opened it up now is seven dollars at that nut, you know, the guy with the handlebar moustache. Yeah. He's an artist you call. What do you call them a nut for I don't know both things far out to me pretty weird. Anyway. So is that what you're? Yeah. Well that movie I don't think he had narration Andalusian dogs is just one big surreal thing. And it's got. You know, I I don't even want to go into a razor blade. Never mind. Don't even say it on the line with us here from corona California, Stephen Bozell, who has produced a film. Steve I have to ask you. I understand that. You've produced a film, and it is in keeping with what we were just talking with. But about an off on guard film in your ongoing effort to be taken seriously as an artist is that it. My ongoing effort to be taken serious. This all started and it's been ongoing ever since I started doing standup comedy for the men's club over there. And the and the. The kitty corral where they won't let me be on the main stage. Oh, that's so jokes are so bad. No thought the jokes were bad. I clean them up. And for a child they would not let me get to the barnyard. Okay. They would let you do. Stand up comedy on the main stage you had to do it in the barn yard for the children. Yeah. That's correct. I cleaned it up. So the whole that's nice and clean. Put do it in the barnyard anything. But if I keep doing it in the barnyard, I'm ever going to be on state, and they went, you know, have, you know, have it, and they they just waved their hand and walked away. Who is they just the figurative disobeyed the men's club, you know? And so do so you decided to start making movies? No, I made a movie because I felt like I needed to be taken more serious. I figured if I made it off on guard. Wait a minute. Wait a minute this. This sounds like a roundabout way. Do you want to be doing stand up comedy? I want to be taken serious. I've been a construction contractor for most of my life start out working for my dad. I started my own company. I moved my family to California expanded the business. But what I've always wanted to do is get lower involved in the world of art, either as a performer has someone who created art on some level or someone who promoted or produced about Phil like, and you're a filmmaker. I mean, what's so weird about God? What's weird about that? Man. Somebody's thumb status. It's not that. We don't believe you can't make movies. But as Robert to sit nobody ever thought of you in those terms, I thought if you yes. In terms of stand up comedy, put your you say, you're in the kitty corral, McCreadie corral card, man. All right. Steve don't let that go into your famous frustration. My premiums frustration. You're gonna start bawling. Okay. Because I've talked to many times am I right. Okay. So you're in the kitty corral because your jokes are good for kids. And the reason why I make him for kids is because they said to clean it up for the kids. And I can't I be on the main stage for the adults. And they said, no, you're not good enough yet go I'm caught in a catch coming. I'm gonna I'm gonna cut Cooney. I'm a catch twenty two that I'm catched in your gear in a catch twenty two. I'm in a catch twenty two and I'm a catch twenty two you're gonna catch twenty two. All right. So you're way out of the catch twenty two is is what is degree ate some kind of a. Adult sophisticated kind of an adult sophisticated film or art piece that will grab the attention of the men's club and C K, corona. And at the end of the choice street kept the choice tree chapel. That's the thing of your family church. Right. Yeah. Joy joy street chapel choice street chapel choice street. No choice street chapel. You don't know spell it. Okay. Choi Choi, she H O S T R E E O choice three. Yeah. I thought it was choice street. Okay. Yeah. Choice street chapel. It is steamed up to St. street. Okay. Talking about man, and my parents of myself here. Nevermind nevermind nevermind, I uh Steve tell me about the movie I've made a movie it's on guard. And it I was telling but about it. Maybe that's why he started doing all that. Weird. But you tell you there's like psychedelics and everything it second delic-. What I did was. I took the camera. And I don't think upside down I swung from a tree ninety three. But it's one from swing set upside down, and then I put it through different color filters. Now, what is the meaning what's the name of the film? I haven't named it yet. It's just it's called Boselli one. You know, it's called Boselli one study. That's just the name of it hozeal wanna study. Yeah. Now where you gonna show it I'm gonna I'm gonna start a film festival, and it's going to be choice. Three street film festival for C K Cronin. The CK crow has middle school. Now, the men's club at all of these organizations all affiliated with with the middle school. Yeah. But they're all -ffiliated with Troy street chapel. Which is the the. The church that runs the CK growing middle school. Okay. I got you. So and this film festival now, this is a Christian church. Right. What what makes you think they're gonna want to see your floor out of a guard. That is true, Steve the tend to be more conservative people would make. Well, I mean, you know, what the time is right to open your eyes and take a look at what's around. Because like I said because I show I will be very honest with you right now, I do show point the camera below my waist, you what? This is an art piece. Okay. And I'm not saying my kids this is for adults. It's an artistic expression it's called St. Bozell a study. Yeah. And you get the camera pointing get your penis. I did I say that. We'll Steve you said below your waist. You sit below the waist are. You naked. Then you then you're filming your own penis. But upside down. Okay. I know. Are you talking about new if I'm wasting my time? What are you trying to tell me here, man? You made a movie because you want to be taken seriously as an artist I made Ann Arbor guard film to show everyone that I could do a movie. Okay. Yeah. That's. Is has deep meaning good. What's the deep meaning of your upside-down penis? That is uncertainty. That is funny. Okay. Thank you very much. Can't hang up. Steve. Come on. Let's talk like adults. Why do I have to stay on the line? Well, you got the general talk and you're up. What you just said. First of all, let me say this, I shot it by mistake. I had no clothes on. Because I wasn't quite sure what I wanted to do with the film. So and April and the kids were going out they went out to the mall. They were doing some shopping. So I was home alone show. The first thing I did I stripped. That sounds like a logical thing to do. All right. I mean, the first thing he did was strip. Yes. I did. Probably because I started working on a gentleman Jack in the water back. What is with you guys with this gentleman, Jack and a water back? I mean, you guys every guy in the show starts drinking that stuff. Now. I don't know anything about it. I had myself a gentleman jacket water back a script. And now, I'm hanging upside down from my daughter's wing said and a camera. I just I saw I don't wanna make a big thing out of this is this a major part of the film, it it takes the film is is an hour long. And this is about forty minutes of it what forty minutes, forty minutes of your penis. Steve, you're kidding. It just forty minutes of my penis. It's upside down. It's forty minutes of your upside down, dick. If you don't stop. But I'm gonna kick your head right off your shoulders. Thanks a lot. Mr eddie. And I'm not even allowed to hang up. The what you hang up. If you want to go ahead and allow you to hang up, and isn't that what you're telling me. It's forty five minutes of your upside down, dick. Oh, man. Well, you're the guy that filmed it a Zell dot start Busta. Let other people you're the guy who wants to make an on guard film. I call your program tonight. So I could share with you what I thought was a major artistic work that I had to head that I had had to have had done. Okay, showing by dick. But I didn't know what been every time. I talked you Steve it's the same thing. You didn't mean to do it? And you did do it in turned out crappie. And now, you're frustrated, but it isn't your fault. And you wish people understood Schumer suppose, they'll do better planning. Why are you talking about man? I I have never come on your program and said, oh, wow. I wish hadn't done something. Well, it seems like every time I talked to you. She'll some best laid plan of bison men has gone astray. Yeah. What does that mean? What is laid plan about my of imagine a man, it's never mind. It's a line from John Steinbeck. It's Shakespeare's wanted his own. Shakespeare what I'm doing. This is what I'm talking about. Steve I'm not in the construction game. This is what I do. I talked for living. Okay. So I'm bound to kinda grab something like that you and hear the end even working with your hands and saws and hammers and and building things and now you are moving into an entirely different kind of. It's not a profession. You understand that? Okay. Have you got a piece of the film? I've got a piece of this. You're not going to be able to see anything. But I do have a piece of the film. I'll rule at for you here. This is the first part of the movie is called a study. Yes, it said a study of an upside down penis. But so you haven't decided yet, not not really but here. My mind is is destroyed by mind, my mind, my mind. My mind is now destroyed. I had hoped that I would be able to keep it intact. My mind intact. But now, I realize by mind is come apart. And it is in bits and pieces floating through this outer throughout her space. I'm Steve Bozell. And I might as well be in outer space the way I'm feeling tonight. Right right here. There's music your journey. But I'm showing what's going on. With my mind. Your mind is in outer space. Excuse me, general. So anyway mystery. Why don't you talk to the general because all he wants to do is brush by chops? Just ask your mind is in outer space at this point. Yeah. Nothing. So now my mind is an outer space. Okay. Lying around. See? I can't see this is just a soundtrack. I don't. But you see my mind is flying flying everywhere. Where's where's it going? I just got done telling you. So. It said, you're crying. I'm not crying now right here. My mind goes back into my skull. And here's the unfortunate out. Probably edit this out right here. This is where you see my. I'm upside down on the swing set and. What if I was fascinated by and I had been drinking gentleman, Jack, would've Warner pack. You know, you think of gentleman Jack is a waterbed hold on. Now back to my penis is upside down in this work, but what I was fascinated with without my scrotum bell. You know? What's the I you can spare me the details because it sounds like a stupid ass film one that I would not want to go see. Oh, my kill it kill music till killing music. Well, Steve it does. All right. Look, Margaret, you don't have to be that you're being a little harsh you. I'm being honest. You ought to be an artist. Steve you want to do stand up comedy. You wanna be films? That's fine. But you wind up at the kitty corral and now with this movie because you are upside down on your daughter's swing set in the camera. I happened to be pointing it as Phil says your dick. Oh, well, you go ahead and waste forty minutes of film on that. Because what your scrotum looked interesting upside down? Wrote them when it's upside down. All right. Let's forget the conversation. We're not going to have this conversation upside down. Thank you very much. Steve the best of luck. Yeah. All right, man. Well, I'm gonna pick the film outside. Now. I'm going to burn it. Wait a minute. Whatever you do do yourself. I'm gonna burn it because you guys down on my fault. It's not our fault. Steve you're the guy that spent forty minutes hanging upside down on a gentleman, Jack and a watered by I didn't do I had to get them back in the water back yet. Because you to hang upside down at UN photograph, you scrotum. What a metal case ban. Well, he's your friend. Not my friend had him on the show talking about, you know, I know what's going on with him. He and April having a hard time. And this is the year. This is the time of year of the men's club beat and they have the festival. No, they have the men's club festival over the church. Yes. And Steve has always been trying to work the main stage. I'm sure they told him he has to work the kitty corral again, he's angry. So we went out and photographed his penis up site. Photograph is penis upside down. Yeah. That's that's the that's the that's the solution. Steve to any problem that we have in life. Bricky dugan. Ricky dugan. Does it all? But the plumbing and Ricky Dugan gets to your house. He takes that plumbing party puts it back, and I'll tell you something right now, if you're not happy if not one hundred percent satisfied, you come to Ricky dougans and slap him across the face and pick up one of his workers and thrown through a window. That's the Ricky Dugan guarantee. Ricky Dugan will allow you to slap him across the face pick up one of his workers and throw him through window. Ricky Dugan does plumbing like no one else. He's been in the Los Angeles area for like ten fifteen twenty. I don't know to be honest with you, we should which let's cut that part out take to Ricky dougans, but in the area for many many years, and I can assure you that when Ricky Dugan comes to your house. You'll know it's Ricky he's a little tiny guy, and you're going to want to pick him up and throw them through a window. You're going to want to say the plumbing that you just provided for me blows. But you won't because it's great Ricky has been thrown through three window. Does in the last twenty years that's all just three and he himself as not only been thrown through windows. He'd also get slapped in the face that. I messed that up. Take three bricky Dugan. We'll be slapped across the face. He'll bring with him a smaller employees, Ricky Dugan plumbing. Dr Jim Sadler. Joining us from San Diego, California. And Dr Sally just had a physical with you. And you're you're happy with you went to Dr Jim Sadler. Yeah. That's right. What about it? Nothing. Duct is first of all I wasn't talking to you. Duck said, wait a minute. Dr is my guest. Okay. Then I'll ask you when you went to Dr Jim Sadler. That's right. I wasn't talking to you. Well, I'm talking to you. Wait a minute talk. Yes. I did. All right. But let me ask it. So that I don't hear it. That's right. Talk to Sadler. Wait a minute. Everybody's slowdown. It. That's what she called me. It wait a minute. Everyone stood up. He's asking me a question. No. I'm asking you the question. Okay. She's asking me the question. Dr sadler. Right. Did you go to Dr Jim Sadler? That's right. Hey, duck. Nobody told me not to share anything. She's talking about me. Like, I'm not even here. Dr Phil Henry came to me for his annual physical. Okay. And field. You didn't do Dr Emory, Dr Amri? Yes, I go to him as well. That's right. Became to me. I'm not talking to you, you know, tongue Elmer Fudd. Oh, now, toenail massad. Now, we get down to it. No. We get down to it. It's not that big of a revelation. Oh, what do you mean? She's talked about you like your Elmer Fudd times three for years. She has has she what you're not done pretty goddamn good fr- fr-, get him under control, and Margaret if he wants to jump in and say, something let him say it. Why are you not answering? My question, I'm answering your question. Okay. But we're not going to have some what is this territorial shit. You guys pull it all the time. I'm talking to you up talking to him. We're having a conversation. Three doctors Sadler. Eight fail. I come on your program to talk to you. You anybody you designate? But if I jump in with a piece of conversation so much treats me like I'm five years old and tells the it'll by that you go ahead and plug off, I'm Dr right? I'm in private practice in San Diego. And I'm looking right now on the video cashed and your phone is turning red is something I need to wipe out never mind about the phone. So I'm in San Diego. I got a lot to do. It's called San Diego daily. I'm the one that. Wow. Okay. You know, what I recommend don't ever have that guy on the show again what happened to him? Yeah. See that's what I'm talking about. I wouldn't be laughing about that. Will I am? Let me talk off the director Stanley. Hello, dr. Phil stuck you off the air off the air. Okay. This will not be on your. Yes. Okay. Dr Sandler one get up off the air. We'll you bud. Oh, sorry. You and you go I know what I said. Hey, dick. But you know, it off the air means eight doctors. Hi, what's going on? We just screamed we'll just come down with you. Calmed down about that. Dr sandler. I'm sorry. What I said I'm sorry for interrupting. Sorry for yelling. But that was off the hook, man. I mean that sounds to me like you all I needed a straight jacket or something like that. Right. You sound like you're under a little pressure. Now, you gotta dare we go. There's the sixty four thousand dollar question and answer all that up into Latin. I'm under a lot of pressure. Thank you. Okay. All right. Duck to sell you have to do is tell us how we're going to tell you that high. We have talked to Jim Sabir on the show today. What's up that? I'm under a lot of pressure. I'm here to answer questions. I'm here to facilitate something what Mr. Henry once lead to do. I'm not here to give my opinion. It's important. Have you have? We saw the need to say, oh, give me a break. Let's just sit. You're right. Let's say we're not interested today. I am. You want to talk to me about it. Mandy, my wife has walked out on me. Oh, Dr Sadler. A jim. I'm sorry to hear that. That's tough. But you know, stepping that I didn't deserve. Okay. So do you wanna talk about it? I don't know. I all right. Well, given that man we don't need to talk about anything else in the air today too. I wanna talk to you about you physical. And by the way, Phil just let everybody know fill the past the physical with flying colors. He's two hundred nine pounds the weights coming off, and I don't lie about it like certain doctors do about certain people like I'm not saying fills got fifteen inches thick a man come on. I'm sorry. Okay. Is this? This is about your wife left. You. Yeah. Don't tell me. She's seen another guy. Worse than that. A lot of ways it's worse than that. You don't want to say. She walked in on me in new Bella, the receptionist she walked in on you, and who do Bella willing Hammoud present. Well, I been on a cheetah God damn name. That's great. Thanks a lot. Phil, dude. I don't know dump it out you but too late now. Oh, great. Well, I don't new Bella Bella is my receptionist Mandy walked in your house. No your office. Yes. In the reception area. Wow. That's bad. Don't you have customers? We were closed for lunch. Okay. That how did she walk in? She's got a key. So you gave you a key to the reception dirty office. She helps with the books. So she unlocked the front door. Yeah. And you guys were in the reception area. Yeah. And anyway, she walked in. And she saw she didn't know as may. She thought it was another guy, and she looked to her that no Bella was being attacked by the guy who she carries believe it or not. She carries a blow died this tube. But bow darts. Just what he has a person that tube carries blow darts blow darts. That's what I say. Well, let me say it again. No, okay. It's fine. Why does she carry that? It's something that she found when she was in college, something she studied methodology, some she's got blow darts. So she hit with a boat. That was the other thing I got a massive infection for this PLO diet, which just missed my testicles. And you went to the hospital. What happened? Well, I got an infection. So I you know, I'm walking around. I've got a brace on. And basically I'm looking around like, I'm just like a penguin. Basically. I can't move by legs. I have to keep my hips immobile. So I'm walking like a penguin back and forth, which I guess is giving everybody a big laugh around here. Including new Bella. Who is you know, no help. Wait, wait a minute. You had an affair on your wife in the reception area of your office and your wife worked in saw. This didn't know it was you, and and shut a blow dart at what at your testicles. No at ripe my my barrier. End was in the air. Don't she shot a blow dart at your? But they're just miss your testicle. Yes, am I do? I have to suffer this fill is a matter of fact. Yes. I mean, if we're gonna talk about it. We're gonna talk about it. All right. So, you know, you're cursing on my show. All right God. So new Bella, and this is the receptionist. Yes. My reception about I better, I better name already. She married. Guess. So you're having an affair in your office on the lunch hour with your wife with it. You know, you gotta be the dumbest guy. Thank you. Thanks very much of that. You welcome. Yes. And your yes, I'll sell second that and say you're welcome as well. I wanna thank you. You're welcome. Anyway, yet a disc pretty pretty ham ham headed man, you got to have a ham. You you must have a fully cooked HoneyBaked ham for a head. I I've got an HoneyBaked wet for hit a HoneyBaked ham for a head. And I agree. You gotta be dumber than dirt man to pull that off or hurting. But I love you. You know, what I really loved? Okay. Look Sandler don't start lecturing. No, no. No. No. No. No. But I just I love it. I really do enjoy. It thoroughly it eventually the way all of you people kick back you find out that Jim savage in trouble. I have okay, I had sex with another woman in the reception area of office. My wife comes in hits we with a blow dart, I've got a massive infection. Which is it'd be though, I have to water like a pigment for the next three weeks with my ass bound with. All kinds of bandages. Yeah. In new Bellas looking at me and stifling, a laugh Mandy is moved back to folks house for the time being you're going to be lucky if that girl comes back to you. Yeah. You know, what that's true? And you guys are sitting there you law all over me. Hey, man. It's a bitch. But I'll tell you something pal. If you think I'm being judgmental. You're right. I am. I wouldn't be so dumb. Like, I said here we go. You guys love is. Should they can judge because it's easy? That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard of in my life your heaven. You're going at it with some chick in your office. It's my office. Yeah. But it's the reception area. Man receptor you're right there in front everybody. There wasn't anybody. There was lunchtime. And the office was locked right? That's right. Except your wife has a key. Right. Keith. Your wife has a key. And she comes and season s up in the air. It's. You know, something you disgust me. Really, I discussed you, MS grey. I make human being I'm a I'm a man like any other like any other man. No, you're not like any other, man. You're a doctor who sounds like Elmer Fudd your doctor with a speech impediment that makes it sound. Like, you're Elmer Fudd missing a chromosome. Eddie. I don't know what that means. But it can't be good. Noah chippy sounded to me. You're you sadly, Hilmer Fudd missing a chromosome and you have sex with your receptionist in the reception area. Are you want to go through it again? We'll do don't sit there and act as if you know, it's so sad that she left you. I know she I understand why she left me. Is she coming back or no, I have no idea you want to have something pal. I got no sympathy. I hope she divorces you and gets half of everything. Sorry, man. But you know, I heard this come out. I'll tell you how it came out because Dr salads got control of his emotions exactly he started screaming into the phone. We try to figure out what's wrong with him. I'm very emotional when he wants to me. Yeah. You're very much like every other guest we have in this show. And you're the guy that gave it away, man. Okay. I was about that find out anything about you screwing out of your wife your screaming into the phone. I know it what are you gonna do? Now. I bet you kill myself knowing Macaire yet we would. And if you keep talking like that, you know, I'm gonna do I'm gonna call the doctor and have your remanded for seventy two hour observation. Okay. I'm only kidding. Little time. I catch the most painful thing that will sit down and trying to sit down right now. Yeah. Hell is wrong with you? I'm crazy shit out at that's what she hits you with the blow Delic gab right on right on my excuse my language right on my ass about two inches away from Iran through the right testicle. And you walk in like a penguin. Yeah. The doctor bound up my hips and my ass with bandage. So that when I walk I have to have my toes splayed out to either side, and I gotta walk rocking back and forth. Keep the blood flow. So you're walking like Charlie Chaplin pretty much. Yeah. Like shot chart challenge, shelling chaplain. Who's Charlene Kaplan? I mean, Charlie Chaplin, watch it Charlie Chaplin. We'll folks I guess the duck to Sadler. And we're going to have a discussion on my physical doing good sale, which is far better than me. Your bloodwork was fine. Your blood pressure is way down which I'm very happy to see the diet. You're on you've lost a lot of weight. That's fantastic. I do think you I remember you should get down to one ninety. You don't have a personal life. That's coming apart. Like bind has no and hit you with a blow died. That's basically infected you ask you test. I'm having just a better life than you, aren't I. And. Dr sandler. Okay. I understand what I did wrong. Now, I don't mind, you know, I do mind. I mean, if you're gonna have an affair and your wife, that's probably one of the things you can do. But to do it in the reception area of your office. I got it now. Well, why did you make such a decision? I was looking at it hair. He says she said she looked really great to me. And I just said I gotta have it. I just I. Just just took her. I did I should I feel beautiful you. So you know, my, and I told my pants down and let them Mandy walked in. But right, then I heard the keys in the door. And I thought for a minute that I I don't know what I thought. But it didn't bother me. I heard keys in the door. And it just did it didn't register, and I guess my ass was up in the air. This man. Now, you know, the generals, right? You dumb, ma'am. My ass was up in the air. And she immediately reaches for a blow dart she keeps it in her purse. So is this a form of self protection? Well, I guess so Mr. Henry. Okay. All right, fine. Very unusual weapon. That's all at is. It unusual weapon. Have you ever been hit with a blow dot anybody there? Now. I certainly have. No, no, no, it hurts. Let me tell you. And I'm there with my ass. I don't know what I was thinking about I didn't even know that my ass was in the air. I barely remember taking my pants off. And then I felt something like someone took a sword and shoved it right up my. Blankety blank a sword. And I went man, I wanna die. You know, something like I said that and, you know, new Bellas looking at me and going are you serious you making love to me. And I said, well, I I've not I haven't even started thinking love to you. And she said, and you wanna die. I should not you. It's the blow dot I just took to the S. And then I remembered there's only one person in this world, I know that has a blow died tube. And that's Mandy, my wife, and I went, and I looked at Bill, and it looked into there is they said, I'm I'm double fuck. And then she said, then you know, I must have rolled off air. That's the last. She she seen them. Have you talked to her? I talked to on the phone today. And what she she's fine. She was laughing about it. And. I don't blame her. What? Thanks. You all the standing? I was going to be on here. Jim. I understand. No, no, it's okay. I was going to be out of here. Talking to you about your health. But instead we found out that you took a blow dart in the s and, you know, something I believe that this what you wanted to talk about all along because you are very uncooperative. You were emotional. We were never going to get to the topic of fills physical. All right. Well, thanks very much. Great. You got me all figured out telling me, everything I'm gonna do give it. She's right. All right. She's right. So you wanted to come on here and talk to us about this, not hardly know. But I was angry because doctor says to me the next three weeks. I got a while. We'll have like Charlie Chaplin. I mean, well Manby is at a mom's house in the valley up in an LA. New Bella, you know, she's a she's a sweet, girl and everything. Keep on with a relationship with her. Now, I call it. We got to call it off. And of course, she got angry. I should you got an stance crimping. My wife is seen as together hit me with a blow dart God knows what she's gotten still for you. You'd need to watch that stuff. You think that your wife is a threat to that girl? You should either go to the police or tell her to go to the police. Yes. You don't what she's gotten store for new Bella? Well, I mean, I don't mean it that way. Well, that's the way. It sounds. All right. Well, I just said, you know, my wife hit me in the ass with a blow dart, and she's looking at me going, ha laughing, I should Nobel do you understand? And she ha then, that's you know, she just laughed away. And then finally got a code last. I saw she turned around at the door looked back at me and laughed again and got into a portion left got into her Porsche. Yeah. That's how well I pay you. Dr sadler. I'm sorry. You having these problems? I don't know what else to tell you. But good luck. Yeah. Cheese. Good luck is right. And you know what? The Dutch still in the left cheek might. Heading. We are going to just you know, what are you doing? I'm I'm we're done. We're just done yet. Get your check it out of the show. I'm done between bozos movie here in new Bella. And Steve what's his name? Dr Jim Sadler. Exhibit talk to you about. I know about my physical. The most bizarre damn show. I've ever been a part of in years man years van? 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