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Murray throws for 2 TDs, runs for 2 as Cardinals beat Bears
"Kyler Kyler Murray Murray returning returning from from injury injury through through a a pair pair of of touchdown touchdown passes passes and and also also ran ran into into pairs pairs the the cardinals cardinals defeated defeated the the bears bears thirty thirty three three twenty twenty two two on on the the day day Marie Marie completed completed eleven eleven of of fifteen fifteen four four hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards he he also also rushed rushed for for fifty fifty nine nine more more yards yards on on the the ground ground with with the the victory victory Arizona Arizona most most attended attended to to on on the the season season tops tops in in the the NFC NFC and and they're they're also also seven seven and and on on the the road road with with all all seven seven wins wins coming coming by by double double digits digits the the bears bears who who fell fell to to foreign foreign aid aid got got two two touchdown touchdown passes passes from from Andy Andy Dalton Dalton but but on on the the flip flip side side he he threw threw four four interceptions interceptions David David Shuster Shuster Chicago Chicago
Andy Erwin on His New Film 'American Underdog'
"Andy, you've got another film out. This is particularly exciting. I don't know where to start, except to say welcome to the program. Eric, it's good to be with you, man. And I tried to get my delinquent brother to come along, but he doesn't listen to me anymore. I know. You know what? He's dead to all of us. Alban, just for ease on that list now, no more enough. Enough is enough. Look, you guys are famous for having done many, many films, but there's something about this new film that I found particularly exciting and usually what I would do is just sum it up and not give an opportunity to talk. But I'm trying to change. So tell my audience, what is this film? Really, this is so exciting. I'm just tempted to tell my audience about this film and when it first of all when it opens. Yeah, man, I can listen to you talk all day long Eric. So you can wax eloquent anytime. Thank you. But yeah, American underdog. The Kurt Warner story. And you know, my brother and I started out at sports camera and back in the day. And so I remember being on the sidelines of the Super Bowl in 2002 watching Kurt Warner on the field and there was just something so amazing about his story. You know, this guy that was, you know, went from being working in a supermarket trying to support his family out of football for 5 years. And then finally got his chance to play for the rams and made it all the way to the Super Bowl and ended up being the MVP of the NFL in the year. He was the lowest paid athlete in the NFL. And so it's just, I mean, it is the underdog story of all underdog stories, amazing story about family. And it opens on Christmas.
Darrell Brooks: Everything We Know About the Waukesha Attack Suspect
"Shows. The driver taken into custody over the fatal Christmas parade crime in Wisconsin that left 5 people dead dozens injured has been identified 39 year old Daryl Brooks is being questioned over the deadly crash. That took place Sunday afternoon yesterday afternoon, according to law enforcement sources. They say he, as a lengthy criminal history, there are allegations he was fleeing a separate incident that involved a knife fight. Andy no on social media says he has a huge social media history, shows him dancing in front of a red Ford escape, presumably the same vehicle that was used as a weapon against the innocent people of walker Shaw. There's a lot of social media stuff which seems to indicate this is a Black Lives Matter supporter. This guy posted a lot of vicious stuff on social media. He is a career criminal who was released from jail two days prior to the incident after posting a $1000 bail for three misdemeanors and two felonies. He has a history of resisting arrest, obstruction, battery, statutory, sexual seduction, strangulation, suffocation, property destruction, illegal firearm possession, bail jumping, domestic violence, drug related charges, and he's a registered sex offender. Sounds like a just a peach of a guy, and he's like a real nice
Freeman TD lifts Ravens over Bears with Jackson sidelined
"Devontae Freeman three yard touchdown run with just twenty two seconds left in regulation gave the ravens a sixteen thirteen victory over the bears Freeman's touchdown followed the bears taking the lead with one forty one to go with Andy Dalton connecting with marquise Goodwin on a forty nine yard score on a fourth and eleven play Lamar Jackson missed Sunday's game out with a non covert illness with Tyler Huntley filling in going twenty six for thirty six for two hundred nineteen yards and one interception Huntley talks about filling in for Jackson I'm thinking he's going play regardless of it he can he can be breaking out a sweat I feel like you don't play but today it is a different circumstances that happened today Justin fields started for the bears but left with a rib injury Dalton stepped in with two aerial scores but the bears have now lost five in a row David Shuster Chicago
Why Biden's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Is Unconstitutional
"Kansas, doctor Marshall, good morning, great to have you back. Hugh, good morning to you, a beautiful day here in the capital. But we got some great things to talk about today. We do I want to talk about vaccine mandates with you because you and senator lankford and senator Rubio are leading the charge to cabin the ability of the president to impose mandate. Look, these are unconstitutional. I explained this to Andy slavitt yesterday. What is it about the limited and enumerated powers of the constitution that your colleagues across the aisle do not get? It's just inconceivable. It is absolutely unconstitutional. Absolutely. It just a violation of our God given constitutional rights. Look, I support people getting the vaccine. My parents have had it. They've had their booster. And the other in the spectrum, my grandchildren had had the virus. I don't see the benefits outweigh the risk and certainly don't know why a young healthy person doesn't have the choice to take this, especially when the federal government does not take into account natural
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Visited Accused Jan. 6 Rioters in Jail
"Welcome back to one on one with Marjorie Taylor Greene. Marjorie, it's such an indictment of the business as usual, political establishment, not just the rhinos, but actually the GOP establishment that we've had hundreds of arrests. We've had the FBI chase down people who weren't even inside Congress on January 6th in Alaska. I've got friends telling me my friend was not even near Congress and they tracked her with the phone data. The phone company gave the geolocating data were you outside Congress, just insanity, the FBI hunting down these people instead of BLM or antifa. You are one of a handful of politicians, citizen politicians whose actually trying to get to the bottom of it and to fight for these Americans who are guaranteed by our constitution, a speedy, a speedy judicial process, you went to the prison, they refused you access you were so kind to call us after your visit for those who didn't hear your story. Tell us what you found when you went to this hellhole in D.C. where these people are being kept prisoner. I found something I never thought I'd see in our country. I found something that we've seen in movies and we hear stories about in other countries. I found out that what I thought was Internet rumors and not fully true, I found out it's all true. Everything we've been hearing is true about what's happening is January 6th defendants. Not only that I've talked to people who've had their homes raided by the FBI in the dark of night. I talked to one man and his wife, where they had handcuffed their child with handcuffed and she was dragged out in the front yard and nothing but a nightie and then the small town newspaper where they lived took a picture of her and put her on the front page of the newspaper, and that woman wasn't even in Washington, D.C. on January 6th. She was in California at home. And this is what's happening, but then I met people and Sebastian, I want to tell you I tried for months to get in that jail and several of my colleagues went with me, Louie gohmert, Matt Gaetz, Paul gosar, Andy Biggs, bob good. Those are the ones that have come along. They've been there every time, but they've definitely tried to. And I've tried every single time to get in. But finally, we went in, we were allowed for a tour of the whole jail. Well, I want to tell you we saw the whole jail. Except. Except the January 6th event in area, except the patriot wing. And then what did you do? Oh, I pitched a
What Can We Expect Next From the Durham Investigation?
"What can we expect from this point forward? So is Durham wrapping up his investigation? There's still some skeptics out there, cash. There's still some cynics. Hey look, there'll be a couple process crimes, but don't hold your breath. You're not going to get a Comey. You're not going to get a struck. You're not going to get a page. You're not going to get him a cave. You're not going to get anyone from the senior level of the Clinton campaign. What do you think? Look, I've run these massive conspiracy, massive national security cases, and they take two. I spent two three four years on some cases. John Barnes in his second year. And he's working against literally everyone in government because Merrick Garland's Department of Justice doesn't want to prosecute this. And the Chris ray and the FBI don't want to. So I don't think you issue 40 page indictments for process crimes and tell the world what you're working on if you're just going to stop. That's my opinion. And remember to your audience, an indictment is the only way a prosecutor can tell the world what they're doing because they're not allowed to disclose their evidence. So John Durham has taken the time to methodically issue indictments totaling over a 101 hundred pages now for three people. That's it. And he's identified 15 individuals like the Clinton operative in the matter like Fiona hill like Michael sussman and the like, and I think that's why he's building a larger conspiracy. Now, look, I'm not married to this pipe dream that we're going to get Comey. I wish we could, but I unfortunately just don't think we have the Jews to do it. I do think we have a shot at Andy mccabe and that's probably why the likes of Peter strzok are out in the media now, parading around. Just like Christopher Steele did, parading around his false credibility, now Peter strzok's turn. And that should tell you something that may be something else that's coming down the
Betty Lynn, Thelma Lou on 'The Andy Griffith Show,' has died
"Actor Betty Lynne best known for playing Thelma Lou on The Andy Griffith Show has died at the age of ninety five she died Saturday after a brief illness I'm marquees are a letter with a look at her career Betty Lynn had a thirteen year career acting in other TV series and films before she landed the part of Barney Fife's sweetheart on The Andy Griffith Show some of her first gigs were performing as part of U. S. O. Campe shows in nineteen forty four well Lynn lived in Los Angeles for a good part of her career in two thousand seven she moved permanently to Mount Airy North Carolina where the Andy Griffith show was filmed she said in a twenty fifteen AP interview she was tickled that people still wanted her autograph I'm touched by all of this I I think it's a miraculous kind of thing
Andy Surabian on 2016 and the Power of Trump's Appeal
"Back with my former White House colleague, special assistant to president Trump Andy Sarah. We've talked about 2016. We've talked about how you got involved in politics. When he talked to us about the last four years plus 9 months, talk to us about the political landscape has the GOP actually internalized what happened in 2016 and where is the stop laughing? And where is the maga movement today, Andy? I think there are aspects of the Republican Party that have internalized why president Trump was so successful and why does appeal was what it was? I don't want to name names because some of these guys, I like and I'm Friends with, but you can certainly see certain senators and congressmen who have kind of alter how they talk, what issues they focus on over the last several years. And there's a reason for that because I think there is an element of the Republican Party that has figured out his appeal and understands it. I also think there's an element a big element, unfortunately, the Republican Party that either a never understood his appeal or even worse be understood as appeal and hated him for it. And those are the Paul ryans of the world who were ideologically opposed to Donald Trump on issues like immigration in trade. I mean, I think Paul Ryan probably understood Trump's appeal, but he just hated
Trump's Former War Room Director Andy Surabian on His Path to Politics
"He's former special assistant to president Trump and deputy political strategist. My good body. Andy, sarabia. Welcome back to America first. Thanks so much for having me today, sad. It's been way too long. It has been way too long, but we know you're a busy guy, you're in the background, you're making sure that we get the right maga candidates and that they win and this freight train of America first, not only trounces the Democrats in the midterms next year, but also our old boss will win in 2024. We have so much to discuss. You are a Republican strategist and you are the spokesperson for Donald Trump Jr.. So I just want to get in there that this is what these are the little things that this guy does after he leaves The White House. Hopefully we'll see him back there soon enough. Andy, let's start because we have an unfettered discussion here, say a little bit about yourself. Where do you hail from and how did you get into this? Is my dad used to say politics? It's disgusting, but it's so fascinating. So if your audience isn't able to tell by the accent that I still have to this day, I was born and raised in the very conservative dashkin of Massachusetts or the longtime nickname of tax executives. But this world has gotten so crazy that there's numerous states that have higher taxes today than Massachusetts. I mean, that's how crazy this country has gone over the last several years or we can't even really call it that's the truth it's anymore. But born and raised in Massachusetts, how did I get involved in politics, my lord? I mean, that's kind of an interesting question. I will give you the short version. Was originally interested in politics, via Ron Paul's presidential campaign in 2008. And I was just very interested in seeing someone come from outside the typical political
Dan Bongino Has a New Warning For Companies That Work With Nandini Jammi
"The chief of the village of idiots the captain the oligarch of the dumb a woman named nandini jami who is just spends her whole life in a basement somewhere I don't know what she's doing if she's paying rent pays mom or dad I don't know She spends her whole life canceling people from her Twitter account So as I've told her often I beg her to boycott my show and everything every single time because my entire life's about fighting these people back and I had nothing more I like to do than expose these idiots for the communists they really are So nandini has decided to pick a fight with Andy no a site He was associated with the post millennial Andy know who happens to be an Asian gay liberal by the way but AMD know has taken upon himself to expose antifa And of course nandini supports antifa obviously doesn't like that So it's getting most of his psychic hands I don't know if you saw this story but nandini's gone after his sight to post millennial Again so let me just send a warning to the cancelers out there Turn up your radios and listen real good This is for everyone out there I've got a radio show in over 300 stations I've got the second most popular conservative podcast in the country Self praise thinks that's not a brag That's a simple fact Read it and weep Got a show on a cable news channel and one of the most popular Facebook pages around It is asymmetric warfare Bandini has a small infinitesimal following So I'm going to tell you right now I'm watching everything she does Every company she reaches out to that cooperates with nandini and engages in communist tactics I have a microphone and a megaphone a thousand times if not more larger than hers For every company that cooperates like that glasses company RV Parker that caved That caved I will expose you and I will make it my life's work to make sure working with nandini becomes so painful that anyone who even responds to one of her tweets will have to think about this show first
Maricopa County Election Official Tells Rep. Andy Biggs Election Files Were Deleted
"Is Here's a congressman Andy Biggs Asking a pretty common sense question Hey did you guys delete a bunch of files About the election Check this out Is it standard practice to delete files off a server after an election mister Ben I hope not So mister Gates who you agree with that I would say that it is appropriate to maintain files And that's exactly what we did We deleted the deleted files that have been discussed They were archived So you admit that you guys did delete medical account did delete files off the server after the election That are archived When you released these servers in the information to the auditors to begin with they didn't have access to those archive files at first Is that fair to say They did not subpoena those That's correct So you didn't feel obligated to turn that over to them We responded to the subpoena Okay mister Bennett your response to that I find it frankly laughable to suggest that a county in response to a subpoena could say we will delete files from the hard drives and materials that we give to the auditors because we have those files archived on data that we did not give to the auditors when the subpoena said turn over all the records related to the election
Murray Ring Update-Ring 2 Intro and wrap
"Tennis star Andy Murray has his tennis shoes and his wedding ring back the three time major winner is playing at Indian Wells in California and he decided to air out some smelly tennis shoes by placing them under his car when I go back to the car in the morning the shoes were gone but attached to those shoes on the laces was Marie's wedding ring his wife is not happy Murray made a play to bring back the smelly shoes and the ring he gave an update on Instagram would you believe that still absolutely stink but the shoes are back the wedding ring is back and I'm back in the good books let's go the ring into shoes your back just in time for Marie's first round match I bet Donahue
Tennis Murray Wedding Ring-Ring Intro and Wrap
"Three time majors tennis champion Andy Murray has had a rough start to the Indian Wells tournament in California Marie's problems are off the court a quick story here for a little bit of help with Mari shoes were wet and smelly so instead of putting them in his room meet air them out underneath his car when I got back to the car in the morning the shoes that were gone the shoes were stolen and there's more house I was preparing for my practice my face is said to me where's your wedding ring and I was like oh no Marie Tyson's wedding ring to wear shoes when he plays so the wedding ring is gone too if you want to share this or may have any clue when they may be would be very helpful Murray says he has to smooth things over with his frustrated wife I'm at Donahue
Breaking the Formulaic Mold of Contemporary Christian Music
"To andy irwin of the famous irwin brothers. You probably remember the film. i can only imagine. There's a new film out called the jesus music movie obviously self explanatory. It's about jesus music. We were just talking. Andy about this strange moment in the culture and to me. It's there's something sad about it where we had people mainstream figures. Billy graham to some extent was a mainstream figure. But we had johnny cash. We had chris christopherson singing unapologetic. Jesus music maybe the issue is that we have separated it into a. I think a lot of people think sometimes that when you do that you sort of marginalize yourself in other words it would be wonderful if everybody in the country was listening to the music rather than just people who listen to ccm. So i don't know where. Do you think we're going with that because i feel like you don't reach people if you're just in your own little genre. Yeah i think we explore that in documentary for sure because there was there. Was this purity where it started And you know the people that there wasn't an industry around. It was his people. That kind of organically started kind of expressing their fate. And then they're kind of became something where it became a little bit more for formulaic and then people blazed trails in new directions and then it will become formulaic. And then you know that was always the struggle between you know the commerce of it of just kind of play into your base and then being able to do really great art. And i think you know the exciting thing about it. Is i think you know we try to find something. That was universally relatable and the idea of You know outside of it being genre of these trailblazers that said hey. My voice is represented and i would like to form something that doesn't exist That's incredibly romantic. But along the way you know it can get kind of formulaic and just kind of play to the base. I think the exciting thing that's happening now. With the arts you know across the board Not just with with music but also hopefully you know heading that direction in film is there's been an opportunity To kind of branch out beyond the walls and so we kind of go into where it has been the started to make those steps in that direction. Like with the lauren bagels. And the you know for king country. Mcrae's there's these modern artists that are beginning to kind of blur. Those lines a little bit more and reach a broader
Andy Erwin, Half of the Film-Making Erwin Brothers, Talks About 'The Jesus Music Movie'
"Are you looking for a good movie D like jesus music. I've got an idea. Why doesn't somebody. I don't know who make a film about jesus music. They could call it. You don't even need a title. You could just call it the jesus music movie Why i've been thinking that and then it turns out a couple of guys. I think that they're brothers. I think that they're the erwin brothers. Have made just such a film for such a time as this. I think andy or when might be my guest right now. Andy is that you good to be with you. Buddy all your is. We're on the same plane as usual. I think so. I think so i. I love music in general but the jesus music the stuff that we call you know. Ccm whatever what made you decide to make a film about the music. You i mean we. We love the music that has really shaped career You know. Of course with john. And i started out as music video. Directors and michael w smith was an artist that took a chance on us as kids and really kind of gave us are starting the industry and that led to us telling the story of i can only imagine the beloved song And the story behind that and that was our breakout hit and so for us. We have a deep affinity for this music but when covert hit it kind of shut everything down and we read a place in time where we said what what stories can we tell. Now that we couldn't tell any other time in history and somebody on our creative team said nobody's looked at the origin of of christian debris music and for the first time in history all these artists off the road at the exact same moment and so we reached out to amy grant and michael smith said it is interesting listed knowledge and interesting but we want to produce it you guys and not many people knew at the time but amy was about a month out from having open heart surgery and she was a really reflective time so we set up the cameras actually outside her house in filled through the window of her house with a two way intercom to get her interview and she gave one of the most raw vulnerable interviews. I had heard an artist give and it just spread like wildfire. Next thing you know we have a hundred different artists about three hundred hours of interviews to go through and it kind of morphed into this beautiful all encompassing
Author Craig Stanfill Tells a Compelling Tale in His First Novel 'Terms of Service'
"Hey folks As you know this is the eric metaxas show and as you also know whenever you read one of those websites that always says terms of service. Have you seen that. And i just thought to myself. It's so annoying because it could mean anything. Nobody reads it. And i thought what a great title that would be for a book. But i don't have time to write a whole book. So i thought maybe somebody else would and they did. His name is craig stand fill and the title of the book is terms of service. Craig welcome the program. Thank you eric. Okay this is a great title terms of service. Ominous is this a dystopia novel. It is an extremely dystopia. Novel portrays a future that we might be creating where you've got these huge big tech companies that run everything in your life and of course they're watching everything you do. Add the the final turn of the screw is they've got these a is that are constantly watching over your shoulders and monitoring everything you do and that lets them exert an incredible level of control over your life. Okay this i gotta tell you you've got your phd in artificial intelligence in one thousand nine hundred eighty three before. I think there was artificial intelligence practically so you are at least an expert on this subject. Most of us of course no nothing about artificial intelligence. So why does it seem so scary to you and obviously you put it in the novel terms of service which i hope people get a copy of but what do you see that the rest of us wouldn't have a clue about well first of all there's nothing intrinsically evil about it's sort of at some level just another technology it can be used for good or ill but when you develop a new technology with as wide ranging implications ai. You really need to think about. What are the risks associated with that technology. And what could happen now. The important thing to understand about. Ai is in the context of social media and so forth is that it is a force multiplier as they say as an example facebook has only fifteen thousand content moderators. And they've got something like two billion people use their platform on a monthly basis and do the risk to take can't watch everybody they can all. They can watch almost nobody. So what they do. In order to enforce their rains upon you is they let their is most of the work.
Sara Carter on Spygate: The Swamp Became a Machine Working on Behalf of the Clintons
"It appears to me that the big story here is this from the Friday indictment. The big story appears to be that they flooded the zone. Sarah, this Hillary lawyer Kabbalah. People were sending people everywhere to, uh, that guy Corey to the media to the FBI said Donald Trump collude with the Russians and they were propagating to myths. The Alpha Bank connection. And the PP tape Oaks right, and it doesn't seem that it really got any traction because it appears the FBI knew that these people were working for the Clinton campaign. That is, until Sussman comes in in September. The lawyer and claims otherwise am I am I reading that right? I think you're reading it Absolutely correct. And it's the reason assessment was indicted because he flat out lied to the FBI. He didn't say who he was working for. But see, this is all so convoluted and because you and I covered this I mean, you were covering it just as much shine shine, Solomon and I and, of course, Mark Levin and others who were focused on this. We knew that senior membership of the FBI, the senior leadership positions, Andy McCabe, James Comey, of course, Uh, James Clapper, who was outside the FBI and John Brennan with the CIA. Those people in particular were well aware. Were well aware of what was going on and what was happening the whole time. I believe me, but there was so much cover up for the cover up and you brought up something that was so important on your shelf and unfiltered when we were on together, and this is the fact that the bureaucracy itself The swamp itself just became a machine that was working on behalf of the Clintons and working on behalf of the DNC. They already had everybody in place. They didn't have to worry about holding someone accountable because the only people that could be held accountable was by the DOJ. But if the DOJ was sold out, and we know there were people inside the DOJ that were sold out And who was going to hold them accountable. They could just continue to lie about it and continue to propagate and continue to wag the dog. You know, all of these lies all this disinformation. Uh huh. And nobody would ever Days, the responsibility
"andy" Discussed on Heads Up
"I'm gonna start that instagram. Feed by the way. Because i didn't even realize it started digging notice to all the men. Push no offence. guys. I love you. But even my best friends push strollers. But it's a thing. Yeah thing do strollers carrying the diaper bag diaper bag. Yeah that's a big one. The big one the diaper bag. So yup i like right on. Well should we. Bring in andy chapman. Yeah man let's do it. You guys are excited man. He's god guy cat so much. I just can't wait to do another. Show guy me too me too. Let's talk some precious metals. Shall we andy thank you for coming on the show. it is. My pleasure guides. Happy to be here. Happy holidays to july fourth. Yes yes happy fourth of july. So you're a owner of precious metals dealer miles franklin dot com. You can find them online You ever really interesting story with you and your dad..
"andy" Discussed on Bill and Andy Try To Recover
"But i was ready. I was completely ready. The crazy thing about that. I didn't know i was ready. I went there. But when i got the hills and face thank you nice. We're gonna have chelsea fixed buck and all this right. Oh i like it when you're ama- hours trying to hit from the back all right. So so which booze you. But i i was ready. I was completely ready. And and andy. We were discussing before you got here. It can go you trae okay trayvon. Is it trevan. No it's just right shirts history trillion. Okay well thank you so we were talking about. We've run into this in the last couple of days a few times. I was watching after perot scholar. You called it ninety day now. That's my jam right. Everybody love after laka. That's what the name of the show is and this girl. Watch a lot of television. Lame because of gay. No i watch tv. And i like these shows anyhow so this girl's on their last night and she was talking about how he was in recovery. Okay and this is getting drunk. And he's like no no no no. I quit the hard shit. And and andy had a conversation about somebody else talking about. Oh lawns you. Don't go back to your drug of choice. everything's going to be. No i know it just blows my mind. Because i don't think people understand i i really don't and i'm sure there's people out there like while never touch the stuff again. I just drank ever for the masses. That doesn't work for it. Didn't work for me on. And like i said i wished it worked. I would love to still have some drinks and dinner. whatever. I guess but like i've done the research on that and knows nowhere leads me and you and other people in like me. That's the research. Because i'm the same way you know i went to like i said i want to have the first time i got out and my dad..
"andy" Discussed on Bill and Andy Try To Recover
"Ain't a part of the band's clean and part of the man wasn't and they were GonNa make like eighty a Malian dollars. Eight million dollars. To go out on this tour and a couple of clean. We're not going out with fat, Vince. CALCAT. Get clean and he was like, yeah, man I get claims data may now. Be. Turns out. There's no amount of money. There's no amount of this or that when you make internal decision, right man that's enough. So it doesn't matter how rich you know and that's and that's something I want. I do want to reiterate to our normal listeners are non addict alcoholic listeners. Is the irrationality of this disease to even us man. We don't. We can't explain we can't explain. We don't get it that it's just tries to get at us all the time and and it gets better over time, but it's still there man and then. I was watching love after locker I, watched shows, and this, and this one family. The MOM is an addict and she's in her sixties. And she stole A. Ghost in Ghost in the machine, she stole her daughter's like Bankcard and two, hundred twenty like why did you do that and I was like that's Shitty. have. You ever been hurt and come down also an an and you saw some money right there. It's you like. The brain does it doesn't rationalize at that point. It's like I see an answer to my problem, which is all I can because we are so selfish addict yourself. You know when when I'm stuck in it, that money is in my brain is there for the taking might know that like our marriage she's she's not one of us and I know that Andy Light Nose Art. If I go get this forty bucks eighteen, she's GonNa find out Yup and I'M GONNA be. In. Trouble. Bucket. And then you want because you're not walking. The night of the day, I? Even took it out of that's future. Andy and present, and you don't give a shit about future eight right out of it or today I can take a little time ago..
"andy" Discussed on Bill and Andy Try To Recover
"He's gays way you know me and Andy are always joking about gaining weight and getting fat but you know that's that's a that's part of this recovery for me and him to for me and Hammett will and I know that we're doing good because we're look good. We've may look bigger. Yeah I'm harder to kidnap. I'M GONNA take five guys in large kidnapped but easier to love whooped Anorexia is Right. Now. With me I have to come in and because we've talked about this also is that I wanted to look for every difference of every person in that room in order for this, not to work and I keep doing what I wanted to do. But when I hear stories from other people oh wow. Now I can't I can't deny it man they did the same things I did they felt the same way I did they sell the same demons? And tell them about that first year until about what's your brain trying to do to you that first year do? For me like early in recovery your brain trying to really get you to go back out because it is so one natural for us and not use drink that it's going. This isn't right. Man People were weird. This whole thing's crazy. We're feeling strange. We know how to make this right and it sucks being an addict because we have a brain that's out to kill us away. The brain is like that they've done a bunch of research on addicts. You know trying to figure out why you visit the brain, which is the center of the body trying to kill you. We're talking last night in a meeting about. Right now in Arkansas here. Deer season you know a lot of guys with we would all go to the deer camp and get drunken beer camp me and my go do meth at camp. and. So every year when it comes around and gets starts getting cooler weather and I'll see these guys in their hunting like getting. And it's. It's just because that my brain associates this time of year you who's GonNa get low woods and hanging out, and so what I've tried to do now is re associated with different things. All right. Let's have a all this. You know what I mean at. We'll go out to my can't and hang out and. Drink have to use drugs because I don't I drink till I'm a felon. Drake like I'll don't do dope. I don't even know if people do you in ninety recovered. Email and let us know. Why the hell are you listening to if you have good math habit where you just do? Thursdays after you put the kids. Look look. I'm telling you I started to tell this. That's what I was trying to say I started this new job and we working fourteen fifteen hour days and And I was thinking you know what I need to give another chance I wanNA. Really Fair. It was my fault screwed up with the method. Then I'm like Oh yeah I forget that I wouldn't have this job I would not have the job I have today. Without not only just quitting without recovery because recovery is taught me if you think. One it's we go to work and we're supposed to go to work there every day. If you're supposed to be there, it'd be at work you agree to be at the job this job. And work hard you know. Give Day's work, and because of that I've moved very quickly at my new job. Where I WANNA. Be. Being able to bring some other recovering addicts along with me and you can bankroll this podcast. Okay. Yeah and I'm supporting this whole thing. This is. Sponsored by Bill.
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"And we're back our back Susic to bitches. Well, this kind of a Halloween special is it is it I think we're back though, right I looked. So we just started this whole whole and Andy recovers like just to make it through the beginning of this pandemic and what's crazy is the people who listen and when I see him I don't streets. They'll be like, Hey, man wins season two coming down the Pike Sam M is surprised me. We were in a meeting one days when the hell am I getting another Bill Landy try to recover I'd like Hell I don't know we we. We do this. We just kind of wing it and then Thank you for listening but. We, got we got a lot of listeners. What. How many countries isn't that? Thirteen Like Twenty Twenty Cup, I, didn't know there was twenty three countries. Well, they just made it goes passed a law. It's going through Congress right now I think Pelosi has to pass it, but they grab countries. No. But we were just talking on the Porch Day in. This episode and it's Halloween everything's getting scurry scarf. And we were talking about how we used to be scary. Jerry, I just saw a picture on facebook his mom God love her she. She posts a picture of Andy in pretty much naked in a two and you're thinking when he was little no sir, he's in his twenties when this happened. Drugs. A lot of awesome they do they really do a lot of embarrassing. Jimmy this house was a post, the house GONNA eat later you're not nope not now I knew it was young because he's got a lot. He's just a sexy guy with a lot of tattoos on big beard and he had no tattoos and this picture on my twelve..
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"For me to change into absolutely Dini because every record astor that was was like I'm sounding with Rodney gently when you were being produced by other people. then. You know your voice sounded one way. But when you were the producer, you were able to be the more authentic you. Another Persona Abou-. Me Wasn't so much that I'd change consistent. I didn't speed up. I just sang differently, I was on my own. Look if is is there's is, is this terracing come and see me live and then you'll hear it all and for me it's GROWING UP I was coming at it from a different place. Well, I think what's so fantastic and wonderful about the story is that when you are the authentic you, you had a number one song, you had the biggest hit of your career as a performer. Yeah. That detached semi was I. Literally, I will be honest with you. You know after many months of being turned down and starting my own label and then moving, you know it says that be brave. Ninety warriors will come to your aid, well, that president of the. capital promotion came to my aid and really heard the song and its truest form on the radio, but somehow or other to to people, and for me, I, just it was just such a blessing. 'cause reaffirmed something within the. Well, I'll tell you I really. Do appreciate your taking the time with me and I think your inspiration I. Really do I appreciate your work and I've learned about you as a person and it's inspirational. Well know what it means a lot to me. 'cause I know you're talking to a lot of people in the time that you've been doing this and the fact that you stayed on the phone and you didn't say I gotta go. 'cause. I appreciate that. Okay. Well, let's stay in touch I'll get your email and we will do it. Okay. Thank you. Thank you so much. Okay. I know you're GONNA. This is GonNa be a ten minute interview. Time. It's Not that much of an editor, it will definitely be shorter. I can guarantee you that but not ten minutes now. Thank you my friend. Thank you. Thanks again to Andy Kim, and we'll be back again next Wednesday with another addition, of RPM, forty five..
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"Hey. This is marquess off, and this is Rpm forty-five. Are Talk with Andy Kim the singer songwriter who had big hits in the late sixties including the tap ten baby I. Love You then made a huge comeback in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, four with this number one, hit rock me gently. But beyond his music I, found his attitude toward life positive and inspiring. See what you think now are talk with Andy Kim. What. Made you want to go into the music business which someone described to me the other day as a shark tank? Can Be Shark tank. You have to be born with a little bit of common sense and understand that Your life is what you're dreaming about. But also there are certain pitfalls. So you you must have signed warriors to help you out. But back to me. grew up in attendance of Montreal. As my salvation was my transistor radio. Was Glued to my, transistor? Radio. and. Not only for the music, but it's with the DJ's taught about how they made the artists bigger than life. So. I needed. To ruin away from home. The aspect of both of my being a musician, there's also taught. I didn't come from a musical family Everyone was surprised that. I, this is what I wanted to do. In. Time everything I heard was that in order to find success. You have to either go to New York. Nashville or LA. And living in Montreal, there was a L- not that much that I could glean from. The music. World. So I was so connected to us. Radio. and Top radio. That's Swear I needed to go. It took me a little while to convince my parents to let me get on a bus and go to New York City. I. Was going for. Like three four days. Luckily, I have relatives in New Jersey. My mind as felt a little safer even though I had to call collect. Off Five six times a day. To. Make sure that was okay. 'CAUSE I. I'm really as. A stranger in a strange world trying to do something that was completely aliens from family history. Yeah. That's tough. And to make it even more interesting. All I knew was. I was lucky enough to be brave enough. To walk walk into the Brill building in the city sixty, nine hundred. And one to meet just very. 'cause a lot of the songs that I loved. And he an La Greenwich. And sometimes feel specter involved. So I really kind of connected to those the sounds of those songs and the Brill building. Just a amazing place to be for someone like you and your interests. Carole King Gerry Goffin. Berryman. Since you lyle, you get Don Kirshner desiring belt course. Yes. That's where his offices were. Lebron installer had their offices in in sixteen nineteen, but it was such a great music community. Amazing, when did you get there what what year was that? But here's that. I really started to to find my way in was in sixty seven and I was given a few moments which the just buried. And I walked in and I had a shirt Allen to parochial school side, a shirt and tie and. Jacket and all. I was dressed like that and I walk in and. You know just. Cowboy. Boots signed saving, looking great looking rock and roll and all of that. You. Know. So anyway, so I played, I played him. That's course. and He loved the first two versus I, didn't have a chorus I went. On. Words here you know. Well, he ended up liking the ball allows without any worries and I thought, Oh, well, he's just kind of made I never heard of that before. And they didn't like dessert enforce fourth verse and In kind of like he was running late. was running. Late. look finish it out and and then come and see me again and. It was like. Two. Fast too surreal. excited. I had no idea what was going on and he said, you know I've thought I'm running late, I gotta go to the studio. And I think that The angels came to me and gave me. A question that really kind of changed. Project Serie of of the search. And I turned him and I said, can I come with you? All I'll only be a couple of minutes. I had never been in a studio before. How Great? and. He looked at me and he said Have you had lunch? And I said. Yes. But I hadn't eaten forever almost. And I said Okay I usually get a sandwich only task. So. ugly. The other half, and here I am walking down seventh and Broadway with. Just Bury Z. Just Berry. And the encouragement that I received from. The few minutes you know went into the studio with him. There wasn't a session on anything but. Ended up going into the studio and and talking to someone, and I just eventually. So snuck out and went back to the Brill. Building. To get all the information I needed like you know what's the address that I can send that attain to? What do I do? Whatever you just all of that Dallas like the first opening of my life. 'cause at that moment I. Really Self. Okay. I I've. I met. Someone. In. That someone happens to be someone who's On every probably every hit record that I've been excited about it and listening whether it was on that Soda Crystals or All, the other stuff you know. How did you get the appointment in the first place? I walked in. Oh. Yeah. Well, you know the. Lau is in, retrospect? When you get older and you talk all? Wow. You take that and I said well, yeah, because it's less. This is something that I felt deep down inside. So I said Hi, My Name's Sandy Cam on I'm I'm from Canada I'm only in for another day and as a possible to have a couple of moments with Barry. The. Unemployment I said. No I. Don't have an appointment but I just. Kind of. Thia I. Think she felt a little sorry for me, and then I sat down and waited for like an hour. and. I, just. The this comfort. You know starting to get.
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"He had troubles with the Pharisees. These these self-righteous priests and he hung out more with prostitutes and addicts and stuff. But what he was saying was I want. You ought to be in the middle of blend of these. Two things is to me is finding a balance this insanity and this insanity and being good being bad you know the thing about the Alanon is and Chelsea said something about it last week is is you know at least we got we know what our problem with drugs and alcohol. In the beginning. I got drugs and alcohol. You're like I don't know what my problem is. This mobile and its defining that well the problem is when you go to Alanon. Classic across the board with every personnel on no problem is is the qualifier in your life and then you realize that even you realize Oh shit. The problem is me and I'm working on me. Yeah I need these steps and and that man is the most freeing thing. Yeah so not already knew some of the steps and so anyway. I made the decision to leave my house and Andy. Chelsea helped me in that decision. They helped me move some stuff or whatever and Chelsea had already brought her courage to change. Alanon daily devotional weather and she gave it to me that day. She handed it to me after we'd done some moving. She said you need to go in the glossary in the back. Look up the word attachment every single injury about attachment right and you need to move on and I was just like what is this bullshit right and and so I got real problems right now. I don't need to go to any homework. Well well but see I was listening. I was open minded because I was in such a dude now. I was so obliterated man. And that's what happens with us. We end up going into recovery because we hit we hit rock bottom right and and so I started reading those things and the funny thing was that that little devotional thing the first two months every single morning was hitting me exactly gentlemen and maybe it was because I needed so much work that it covered a broad area abroad. Spec that's how you feel in the beginning. This is exactly for me. This is what I need right. I feel like a like a bunch of US ally and Anna in a in a we were kind of attract. The you know. We're like okay. Get rid of this this person and then it seems like the next person is the same way you know. It's like I'm attracting these people you know there's our program always says you attract what you resent that made sense to me because I was yeah Bob so dropper speaking to that I so I had a you know I I feel like I was fairly self aware before these events in my life because I grew up in church I was consistent. Church ahead accountability for people in my life and I was trying. I would spin out. Have tons of meditation every almost every day without a program or anything and I never struggle with drugs alcohol. How was the kind of guy that could have won two drinks? Maybe and I'm done. I just didn't care and so and I didn't look down on people who did drink right. I mean I hung out with people who drink and do drugs and whatever and and I thought that I knew myself fairly will but it was not into the series of events in a tumultuous marriage. You know my ex wife at the time you know would would throw stuff back on me and say you. Don't you know Blah Blah Blah and? I'm like you don't understand because I was self aware and come to find out. I wasn't aware enough and it wasn't until my divorce that I started realizing. Like you said you attract what you resent and it began and I'm still in this journey. I'm very fresh into it but it began me on. This journey of one of my friends told me who wasn't a program or anything he said. Look man you're experiencing what they call a dark night of the soul and do not like let this be an opportunity. He said when we have trauma in our life a lot of times we have decisions to we can hold. Hold up that resentment and just let it build a row and growing cripple even more th- right or you can not even think about that person and start allowing God to come in with a searchlight into your soul and used make the most of this time and find out what's wrong with you. And he pointed his finger he said. Find out what's wrong with you. Write the stuff. That's been your down in your soul for years since childhood kept under lock and key in a pile of dirt and and I knew he was right and he was telling me this at the same time that Andy was checking him with me daily for the first three months I think and he called me every day which was very rare. I had difficulty getting a hold of mandate on drug right. You're on the top people. They want to share one to be honest. I'd already kind of detached from Andy for this because I was like like this. I'm tired of fucking trying to call you all the time. And but then he came back into my life when I needed them the mosaic so that was really cool but so these friends were helping me in tandem and and so I thought okay. This dude is right. I need to look at myself and so I started digging down deep. And how did leaving get in this position in the first place right and so then? I knew that there was a root system. And it's the same with alcoholics and drug addicts man. It's like man the alcohol and the drugs and even the thing that's so surface level. That's right all that is is an indicator to show you that you actually need something. And that's why I'm thankful I'm thankful for all qualifiers including most definitely my ex-wife around her pain showed me that I needed to work myself. Well that's when I grow in pain right when I when I eat usually in life when I look back and go at the time this is the worst thing that's ever happened to me as I look back as I older I go less best night ever had well because that's where I learned that that's where I grew well. I haven't always learned from pain. I've actually enjoyed marinate in that pain because there's been a great excuse for me to go deep deep in my addiction and do what I was so impressed with Sean about what's he said the keyword willingness and that book that word is in our books over and over and over again because this program is weird. Isn't it yeah especially coming into it accommodate for language services and we have to come in and be willing to listen to a lot of Shit? We probably don't believe in a lot of checked at the door no matter what program. You're in we all have to look at ourselves. It's longer. The blame game is no longer qualifiers. Our goal is self for men is is the most important thing in the world transcending self yes itself. Is the biggest enemy right right. The Shadow Jordan Peterson Calls Young Union. Or whatever his name yeah. We don't really shatter Carl Union. Whatever the The shadow self right which I would call it depends on where you're coming from has has many different semantic names but I would call it sin our call it. The you know part of the flesh you got the spirit and the flesh and their warnings each other you know you can tell. Come from church background but but the principal. There is the same across the board whether you adhere to certain religion or not doesn't matter the point is there is a problem and the problem is usually us like we are the biggest the biggest enemy to our recovery and so like even recently or have a friend who's been in and out of recovery and he was saying he confessed to us like man. He's in another state right now. He's like man. I really need to go to a meeting. I'm thinking I've been dreaming about using again and all this stuff and I said you know you should. You should take that as a good thing like instead of letting it scare you because it's funny. How are addictions and stuff? And I'm and I'm speaking of someone in Alanon who doesn't technically have a chemical substance abuse it right but my thing is my thing and I'll get to that in a second but when that starts rising it's almost like a metal detector like it tells you that you're getting closer and so when you're wanting to us and stuff we shouldn't let that fear. Us Make US fearful. We should say okay. I need some work like this. This is the tech. It's detecting me that something is wrong underneath and I need to start getting work again. But what the addict does wants that. Brain clicks is too late so we got around looking for the metal detector going off. We got to be looking for that. Beep beep beep okay. I need to go to me. I need to call sponsor. I need to do something different. I'M GONNA get the same damn results I got last time. Which is me loaded and EP. And all people sitting back to happen right so so so win. The series events happened in my marriage when the atomic bomb dropped in my life before that I had gotten shit faced and I've never I've been I've been drunk once in my life. Wow and that was on accident. What's it like having Shit together? Yeah I just I never was like I said I never was one of those guys that like. I just didn't I didn't care but I was so. This is a week before the bomb drama him alive and so my marriage was just really wrecked and I was so angry man and I had just been a friend's wedding. I was his best man and he gave us all as a wedding gift. You gave us all a hundred proof whiskey so I had some good strong stuff and I went to my church of all places because I didn't want to stay at my house getting weird. I love it I was out of town and I dro- home from the wedding out of town and I said I'm not staying at my house and I went to my church and I slept in the prayer room and I got shit faced my salary and I'm a little guy and I didn't hadn't even eaten that much that day. I don't even know how many shots I know. I got drunk and so the next day. I'm at the Church for seven hours. A woke up completely dehydrated and bar brains out on an offer seven hours and would they would call hungover like your bachelor party through that right so I get home a fight ensues again while I'm hung over still and so then so then my wife at the time left when I didn't know what she left to go it was a bad deal and so I I didn't know and I didn't care at this point and when I fell asleep and then when I woke up hours later after that I was in a half hathaway half asleep stupor. I stayed that I'm familiar and not like when you first waking up and.
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"You're talking about then like thirteen. Whatever you whatever studies your your like half. The PODCAST is thirteen year. Old Boys and the other half is like a respectable for carrying Hannah. I'd take a compliment because that's what I wanted to be half kid f-series. Yeah welcome to Andy Excellent Adventure Andy. Try to recover brought to you by Toyota Toyota Business Name. Chevy's been a rough week. I started out cut my foot and it got infected even though I peed on it. And it's really weird and then my truck tried to murder me this week by catching on fire and burned down through vehicles and half my house. Not a joke. That is not a joke. Sorry to hear that. That's all all right man. You know what I I'm blessed. I still blessed. Nobody got hurt. Nothing bad happened as far as like nobody was hurt. That's all it matters. You can buy a new vehicles and you did. Well Yeah Toyota. Yeah please insert Toyota's motto right after Toyota. Yes Sir Family. All writing in new cars. Podcast did not pay my sit down with years ago. If I knew how to got new a new truck out of Bart that baby data log towns right. Well you know bill that was me. He sent me. Pictures out of the blue is whole life burning down cars and you wanNA talk about a tire fire. I had a higher fire. Editors yes listen. More importantly that we got some great guests in the studio today. After that time. Not yet to be honest I was. I was really worried about you because I would have been like. Oh here we go. Just the excuse needed. I didn't even think about drinking until the Fire Department. And the sheriff and the Sheriff said something really funny to me. My truck is on fire. He came up to me. Goes you got a lassus right here? They feel about registration. I said Yeah bitches in the truck if you want to try to get it out of there what. Hap- allows light while was cooking basil. I mean what the Hell do you think? I don't know I came outside of my house. My Chevrolet truck was about twenty foot flames. Coming off of. It and allies out there with low pissing water. Hose going in working. Call the Fire Department. I live way out in the country so it took an hour and a half to get out there so yeah but they thank God for volunteer. Firemen these guys were awesome. Thank you guys. Thank you to your work because you you pulled up the house and afford. Yeah Yeah Yeah but I look forward. I tried to kill me this week. So let's talk about these guests. Okay yeah we got a couple of cool kids Carol fucking. I am Chelsea Yeah. My wife Chelsea Chelsea Chelsea Ramon and my daughter Hanna H to say hey h elsie. We've decided to Chelsea coolest fucking voice for cabin turnaround. Podcast is he she's a Rockstar. I'M NOT GONNA LIE. But our first time we was getting ready to set this podcast. I listen to her. And I'm like we are not gonNA sound near that smooth because her voice is just like just just jazz moods jazz but what was trying to talk about. Today was and the reason we have. These guests in here is about how our disease affects other people because we've definitely affected these people that are angry disease. Yeah and you don't want to one of the addict alcoholic is. I'm only hurting myself. I've said it and it turns out I'd heard people just met in the grocery store. I didn't give a shit so Hannah you want to start out. Yeah okay so about yourself. I pretty much qualify for Alanon and The other to offset programmes owning on. Yeah on and on and on and I will have to say the Alanon. Tough steps are a lot harder than a motto is. We can save him. Yeah right before they come early the boundary. You know what al-anon's really screwed up because now she's got the power and seeking can say no and it's the watch the dynamic in this relationship. Here's been pretty amazing. Why are the twelve steps harder now they are? I think the no you gotta run worker alcohol the blame and then when you go to Alanon. I think I'm GonNa Talk. About how my dad did this and did that and really I am. The problems may in every program. But it's more me in Alanon and it is a but I think anybody that's ever done drugs. Alcohol for any amount of time could probably qualify for because you dealt with other alcoholics been in that but her case especially on Chelsea's cases special because we affected them. We did this and and really sucks. When like I've heard Hannah tell her story in the roads before which I did not turn out good in kept talking online and I don't think that's how that happened. But here's the thing that's how it happened for her. That's the reality of perception your perception. Well what's cool about? That is the first Thomas First Year recovery. I was pretty mad. I mean takes you know what eighteen nineteen. That's a lot of years to be mad at both y'all for all of that. There's a lot of damage done so it took a little while to get over. That Anna blamed like that was what fueled my diction you know law. Get Mad at you. Manage commando's official podcast. Apologize are well now. Mussoorie probably wouldn't sound like that Rowan talk bad about my childhood or what the things happened. Because it's not a wound like it was all I ever wanted. Was you ought to be cleaning great parents into super super. I guess you learn to the program that this is a disease right on your folks. Were doing what they knew how to do. Just get the bill. They could SA come school skills. That's you know what's cool about recovery as well as like. She's talking about coming in and being in that first year and where you're at and then and a year or two you starting to forgive. People started forgive yourself and you get to grow you know because I was forty three when I got into recovery. I was a sixteen year old kid mentally. You know for real. What else is school so well gone? So you've got you know what to stop you talking and it's just so hard a lose it. I have time billing this show Andy feeling cool about this lady. Chelsea right here. She's our editor and she can make sound good when we sound stupid that we can take it. Go ahead and go. I WANNA say something so bill you have. I don't know if you know this remember told you this before but you said a statement one time that really changed outlook so I am a child of an alcoholic and it took me years before I realized that I had run to what I swear I never would in Andy and one time I was. I was complaining about my mom. Did about how I had this awful childhood because she was just this crazy stupid attic. But I didn't ever call her. She's just does drug all the time in juggling than me and then you. We were sitting in the living room in our old house. And you said you love Andy and you know that he has a disease. Why can't you love your mom that she has a disease and I've never thought of it that way? All much resentment anger but like Andy I love and care for him so he has a disease but she's a piece of crap we'll see. I was drunk as hell and I said okay. I remember now so so manage all right our addicts. And how dare you you know just selfish part of me and then using about it and then the hotel met you and looking at what you're doing and not doing and should be doing and then I go to Rehab and I get to look at me and how many people I'm hurting just totally change my perception. So that helped me understand why y'all do y'all. I didn't understand addiction at that point and now that I am Attic. I got to recover myself. You get you get to understand and it takes away some of her like I understand. China Point Anna. I've been so impressed with with Chelsea and my mother and my my extended family. They've got they've recently got into Alanon program and it's been really special to me especially like Which was up Debbie. Kathy Standard Mom. Grandma shout okay. Have No. They've They've been wonderful and it's been really special to me to see them grow in this program and learn about the disease the disease and learn that they didn't 'cause they can't cure it which big problem and so that's been really neat very sees right. Josie what do you think about that? I think that we've talked about how al-anon is harder. Hannah working the twelve steps because when you're an alcoholic the problem is obviously the alcohol right or when you're an addict it's the drugs but when you go into. Alanon it's fundamentally the problem is fundamentally who you are right so like as a parent. I know. That's really hard because you've view your job as taking care of your loved ones that when you go into a meeting and you find out you are hurting them by taking a pair of them. There was one passage. Andy's mom read in a meeting that talked about when you do everything for your child. You Rob them of the ability to become an assault and she. I remember her like underlining that and saying that was so true but when we just see it as helping when I would see it as protecting my family by covering up what was happening I was. I was only making the situation. Worse which doesn't make sense. It takes a long time to come to the realization that you need to be an Alanon and then it is a very slow process is archer. Dynamic of your relationship starts to change. Because you've been in this. I have to take care of if I don't take care of them. What will happen to him and then when you go to Alanon? They're like wait a minute now. All you're not taking care but you're enabling and then Hannah's relationship with me. She had to be the other kids because we have three other hostages and she had to be the the mom and she had to grow up really quick. You know and so you know. It changes a lot of things when especially when we all started getting in recovery. 'cause this is what addicts alcoholics thing. They're doing this to me. You know and as things are happening. They don't exactly happen to you there just happening. But that's the way we feel because we tender everything is happening to me. My parents did this to me. The reason Chelsea Alcoholic Attic is beyond me because he grew up all around this stuff and we attract what we what we want obsessions. Yeah that's not. That's a different show. I knew I watched it and I was so angry about. All never thought I would never do that. That my life would never be anything like that and I was so determined and then I remember being in therapy and like them asking like what? How'd you get here and it was like? We knew things were bad enough. We need therapy. That I hadn't realized that I had run to exactly what I swore an track what we resist that realization hit me and I started crying are there was like Like I didn't even hit my head and I was just balling. I wanted to say that it's really hard for Family members to understand that addiction is a disease it's real for people who are blessed and I'm blessed that I do not have the disease we go. You just make a choice right like just jump. Jewett like make like just.
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"Drives get four not three doors. It's got four doors and but speaking of recovery. I think it'd be a great sponsor would be folger's Marlboros. That's all you do at meetings and drink coffee. You smoke cigarettes based alternatives much caffeine and nicotine as you want big selling point recovery. I was like as long as with these. Okay I can do this thing. Yeah one of the treatment centers on what? You want me to quit smoking. I made three days and then they were trying to hand me. Some food was crazy. There was like some brow- stubs some green stuff and some mystery meat and I was like those those miles stuff on that mystery meat. And let's do this. Bill actually went and completed. I know your program of Weiss making me look like a plan right now but but that goes to show you those points when I was so low I actually. I didn't really care about smoking or whatever I wanted to be free from active addiction and I was willing to do that and I think that's another point with this corona virus. I was telling bill earlier and some other people that I really feel for people who are new brand new coverage his time because like bill was saying earlier that it is so important being around your fellow addict alcoholic during this time. And they don't have that and you can utilize zoom meetings. It's not the same. Here's a great tool but but the truth of the matter is if you want to get clean you'll get clean. Yeah and so And hopefully we can help that as well. I don't know but I'm hoping somebody it's mainly for us. We gotta we gotTa Talk. We gotTA talk. I love talking about recovery. This is this is what saved my life. I feel one thousand percent that I'd be dead if it wasn't for twelve step recovery and hopefully if we can keep this thing going long enough we'll go over some steps and try to talk about our experience strength and hope and all this and that's all we can do we can try to do is shake it into people we've tried it didn't work. I've tried to do something like an exorcist on somebody. That didn't work pisses me off. If I'm ninety eight percent. Sure I want to get clean and then I'm two percent on the fence. I two percents GONNA win every time I can't. I can't asked my recovery and I'm like anti I feel so sorry for people right now because I guarantee you going to those meetings. Just maxine another addict alcoholic. Tell me hey you can do this? I want to these meetings small town. I saw people that I used to get loaded with. They got hot like I got high. Which is all the way to completion and I was amazed that they were in there. I haven't seen him out on the street for a while and I was like I really thought they died and went to prison. It turns out there in here recovering from this disease and I was in all of that and when I first got into the program I lost my faith in God. I didn't believe in a whole lot. I knew I wanted to quit drugs and alcohol and I believe that these people believed and I saw that work for them and so that helped me hang on and eventually get my faith back and everything but but that was so vital to early recovery for me. Yeah and the whole thing. Here talk about that. Don't confuse yourself with all of us addicts are out there going You know I don't I don't believe in this. I'm mad at guide them a this. All you gotTa do is fire yourself from the position. That's it you've been doing the best you can. That's great just Maas bonsor David. Aides hope to have him on this program one day he says you ought to give your life and your willow to any damn thing. It'll take it if a pack of squirrels WanNa take your stuff over you. Let them because you've got a pretty good job of running your life on the ground. Why not try something different? And that's that's all I'm trying to do okay so another thing that I tried to I listened to my wife. Does this a lot Find a an speakers on YouTube There's this great guy James swayze is on facebook. And he's got these little short of recovery talks. You can find dislike. I could find dope in any town in a miracle with a stop sign in it. I promise young fine recovery the same way. I just gotTa want it at the one it so bad you know I was. I was talking to this person at work the other day and they're deathly not want us and they were talking about yeah. I got some photos from the doctor. You know a while back and I knew I shouldn't be taking him because they made me feel so good. I did not know you could do that. I saw something made you feel good that you had to do like DEF LEPPARD and burn it out and fade away. Well I'm going to do the rest of I. I used to. How dare my wife and my mom what me to stop doing something that makes me feel so that it's so selfish. Rude are horrible people. Meanwhile they're feeding with a spoon. He's proven ourselves amazing. Literally the things we put our fan and that's why I was talking about self forgiveness in these steps. We've done so much damage I've done so much damage to society that. Why not give a little back at this point in my life? Why not try to help people instead of hurt people? And that's a lot of why kept using is because I knew what I'd done all these people. My mom moths great lady. I gave her so much trouble and model. Love you of sorrow you. But that's what the steps of helped me do did not only forgive everybody else but forgive myself for all the damage that I've done and then learn how can do something to help other addicts. Because I've been ten days. I have three years clean. This is a guy that couldn't get three minutes clean. It far worse clean. I was thinking about using. I was thinking about drinking smoking. Shooting southern or something to do with the Hustle of the game is obsessed with this by. If if I could tell you one thing today is the lies dead. We can recover from this disease because I was a geeking tweaking air biscuit eating some things. If you saw me walking the street you cross a street you like. He's insane and how many get over here on the other side of the street for each other and I thought I had my shit together. I really did. I'm looking at me. I am skinny. I saw a picture me the other day and I was a man I had almost a six pack and I'm a do not have one now because of the country we'll put a few on if you're doing it right if you hadn't gained any weight recovery. Just wait thirty days you'll be at. It's so I saw this picture and I had these adamant. Look Man. I love to have ads. I kept looking at pitcher. I got scars all over my arms bumps and staph infection. If you look at my face you can see these raccoon eyes and I might. Well dimiss that at all and then if you knew the par that was going on in my head. I was trying to kill myself at that point in my disease. And so why give this a chance? Why not try to recover because missing nothing out there? You know one of the things that I really swear to God. I thought this what am I going to do for fun. No no yeah. That was that kept me from going to get into recovery for a long because those squares aren't having fun fun without drugs or alcohol. That sorta daily do we have fun. Yes Bob Laugh so hard first of all P came out segment. I laughed so hard I felt like I had them abs again. Like really body laugh and I remember the things I do. I don't I don't peel people's porches anymore. I don't steal takes the whole thing about Gerber's we're not just trying to teach you how to drugs. We understand that which I have a better human being and try to get along with society and it's a lot more fun for me in life. Not Being feel guilt and remorse. Oh man it's just it's hard. It's hard to tell import. I mean I'm not being funny. I pissed on people literally. Yeah pissed on myself. Yeah I pissed on myself a lot but yeah this recovery thing. It's not as hard as I made it out in my head. It's one thing to get playing so risk a whole another thing to stay that way. It's a lot easier though to to stay. Clean the list get clean because we've got friends right now that we've been talking to that that can't get over that home. They just because once you once you relapse and relapsed. Catelli pooping pants on the way home from work. Yeah you want it to happen but it happened this little messy. You guys played it out. It'd probably affected more than just you so I understand that people go relapse I don't want it to but that wasn't the first treatment center. I went to a beach house. I went to several. I know one their fault. They were doing a fine job but what they were doing. I just couldn't get a grip on on market because I tried to cheat the recovery. Andy I to go. You know affected. Just leave the methenolone. I think that'd be just fine so I started eating pills because you know a guy in a white lab coat gave me those ever have a problem with people. That's exactly right. I read is not a problem. You know I love. I Love Smoking Weed. It was my everything and that's the problem. I would have a bad day at smoked weed. I'd have a good day. I had a Tuesday and then it became my everything. If if you took it away from me I was most angry bird. You've ever mess with your life. My wife Haiti. Lots of smoke. We wouldn't be driving down the road. Having a full blown argument. I would hit the blunt school girl. I just will tell you that and so to fight with this she would just hated and because it was it took away all my stress. It was so why wouldn't I do it? So did I finish the story about the lady at were a doctor? Okay so when I took these pills and stuff and I felt amazing. You know while I didn't I couldn't see the future. Pass my nose. All I knew was this makes me feel good. I like it. I'm going to continue to do it. I don't care who it hurts so when I get out of this treatment center They just turn you loose You're safe safe inside that little bubble it recovery and I was like this amazing. What am I do is when I get out of here? I'm going to start my own recovery center because I learned everything. I am a Mr Miyagi of recovery and then in the world caught up with me extremely fast and I was like what would I do now what I do when I run into bubble in the store and me and Bubba doing different brother doing what he was doing yesterday before I went to treatment. So why not DIS- running BUBBA and Meta material? I saw Bobo and both not a reverse. When I saw bobby in Walmart I ducked down the aisle like bobble head the Buddhis- Iran from bubble like he had everything. I did more because I was scared to death that I was going to go back to live in that way because One of the books talks about living in an animalistic behavior. If you've ever ate out of garbage cans slept in your car. That's what animals do. And you know I see a lot. A lot of people get into recovery and when they get here that they have education they don't they don't have a car that I love to see people walk into meetings. We got some real walk to here but I see people coming here and they start to get their life together and get the education they start to become something life and it's a wonderful thing but you do know the first thing you give back when you get sober fifty pounds your pride and ego. Oh yes and guess what pride? Nego is not your ego all right okay. So we're trying to wrap this thing up. So what were you going to try? News Matt send us any kind of recommendation or something. You're struggling with or a topic you'd like I attack on man because we don't have anything going on right now. We don't have anything going on in today. Just kind of wanted to introduce ourselves and just kind of stopped out there and see what crazy man crazy addicts and we're just trying to. We're trying to stay clean today. We'RE TRYING TO STAY SOBER TODAY. And if we can help you let us know. Be.
"andy" Discussed on Bill and Andy Try To Recover
"Let's battle this disease. We got in front of this okay. So if you think you're going to battle this disease by yourself let me tell you about US addicts. I've heard a lot of people. I worked with some guys in recovery program that that they come out of jail reentry it's called reentry program and everyone's like. I'm just what I'M GONNA do is. I'm going to not hang around people that do drugs and I'm just going to stay at home and got to work. There's something about US addicts. It's amazing you could put me in Andy in a room with a thousand people with one other adding. We'll find him in three minutes ago. I mean mostly because they're overeating airbase gets but we know our people and Man. I go to the store. I see us It's something about us we. You'RE NOT GONNA hide from this disease. You can't help. Thank you can't outrun. Only thing you can do is out acted now. I've moved to a lot of different towns first week of any new town. I met my drug dealer and a convenience store because the clerk off work that way. W- worked out. That way for me is meadow my dealers. The first week I've I've tried to move the newtown drug different people but I had to take me with me. That's that's it. Yeah I got. I got a pretty big story so I was living here in Alabama and decided I was going to move to big little rock to get away from everything because you know at this point in my life about nineteen and things are getting out of hand up. Things are getting out of hand. So I'M GONNA move up there. I'm like I'm going to get away from the drugs and it was. I was moving to a little place on Lake Conway. Those thirteen fourteen houses and slew community. And we get their start unload the truck and hadn't got the first box and moving in with my girlfriend and her dad up here so I haven't got the first box out of the truck. And he walked back to back of the truck and says I don't talk to the and I said why not and he said well the drug addicts and their transvestites and he walked off and I thought well they're going to be. My best friends is what they're going to be so I I didn't take the first box. He walked back in the house. I walked over there and met some of the best dealers I've ever had in my life. So that'll tell you what will happen. I never got the first box out of the Already found the best hookup. I'd I'd ever and there goes another five years of my life because that's the way my life happens. It's once I got on that. High speed chicken feed there was no stopping. I wanted to get off. I realized I was asked one time this girl I was dating. She said Hey. What were we doing last? Easter I was like Sudirman last Easter. We was so high and realize being we stayed over three days and Blah Blah Blah. She's like well. What about last the fourth of July Do we were so high. And then and so. I started thinking what we do in last Wednesday man. We were class. I think this has turned into a huge problem. Solve saying is that not gonna be able to outrun this disease but what was real key to me in my beginning of my recovery was meetings so what. I'd like to talk about right now. Some other things you can do with yourself besides go to meetings the zoom meetings like we were talking about We did some conference calls with some other addicts and really struggling and need that. And I need the people twenty years and thirty you. I need everybody but those people really struggling. That's what we're trying to do these podcasts. We're trying to do is is because we don't have anything to do with our recovery right now and I've got to pass this crap on our. I'm I can't just sit with it so so when I first got in recovery and you can still go to meetings at the time but I'm such an addict that that if you've left me alone for about five minutes I would stayed getting loaded so I I would get up in the morning like Jerry. The kids school amazingly enough. I didn't have a job. I've heard that before so I would care the kids. School comeback. Watch a lot Dr Phil Watson. Tv unnoticed sounds pretty stupid. But I would watch these shows like parks and REC and the office. Ron frigging Swanson. Mike Scott I listen. It would allow me to laugh a little bit now. See these cravings are going to hit if you think you're not I'm so sorry but these cravers GonNa hit you out out of the blue man and it's weird in an anti yes it is it just hits you and so when these cravings hit you you're going to have to go through. Everybody does so you have to be prepared when they do that. It's inevitable if you have this disease. I don't care who you are now. Granite God can take away. Your obsession obsession us every day but but those moments happen where where it hits and we have to have those tools in place in order to have some some some some armor for Sam. So you're not just going to suck through it you know. I'm just missing a sitter. You gotta use the phone. That's a tough one to call somebody else and go management of buying a can't handle this but I would man. I'm GonNa tell you this stupid things at at this called slithered ISO and when I would kind of get a little uneasy EST restless discontent. It's especially right now during this corona man. It's why they name it after a beer. That's the beer. Andy's had grown up many times. I cannot make a plea to the American people who are growing the weed and stuff right now. Please stop trying to make it so potent before I quit this which is like three years ago. I don't mess around and got my high high at one time you don't. It's too strong quit it. I see that thing where a guy called the police because he thought he was. Odeen on Brownies. He said I'm just telling you did. And I need somebody risking. I can't feel feelings anymore. So you mean you smoker. My grandma used to say oh you're taking a CS man. We took it out back. Smoked it so when I first started going to meet and trying to do this and I had. I couldn't do it by myself. I had to go to treatment. I've been to a few Andy makes fun of me because I went to this Bouche. Es My last one. I got to go to this Busey went in West Palm. Beach Florida passages now. It's called the Beach House and it was amazing. A matter of fact my whole family's what do I got the family discount with first family and actually go through their together but when I got outta there and started going to these meetings I notice something I was doing. I was drinking like two three Red Bulls and about eight cups of coffee and found out. I think I was trying to get meth off. This stuff done work ended up having a horrible s upset stomach diarrhea. And you're just jittery so I had to find you know you're GONNA learn some balance but the main thing is we don't pick up drugs or alcohol over anything because what that's going to do is released that addiction. Although we were talking about nyquil the other night remember that Bill. Bill sponsor full disclosure. Yes and I wasn't feeling well past couple days and I had With with some help from my wife make a call to see if I should or should not take the liquid nyquil that's right and so we decided on the pills. Yeah GIO caps. It'd be better. Yeah because I know Andy. He's a great guy but he will turn that bottle of nyquil up and be naked or in some firemen's pants or something by the end of the night and then we're like trying to get him off the roof but that's what the sponsor sponsorship relationship has to do as bouncing ideas off somebody else because obviously you have had the best ideas if you ended up in a in a with an and you haven't had the best ideas and I feel sure that you did the best you could in life and you suck. I'm sorry I sucked horribly. I went my whole life spinning hundreds of thousands of dollars to feel the way I feel today. And it's all due to twelve step recovery and by the way we've talked about in this little town there's not a big a big a small. Na But if you WANNA go to meeting every night you kinda gotta go to both. I know there's some towns where they're like Nazis about we go on the eight which I qualify for that program and a lot more actually. Have those meetings here? I go to those too. I got got another sponsor. He's he's billy are going to say is home so we were at a thing the other day and he was talking about men. They're probably ought to be something. That call hustlers anonymous because he was really addicted to the hustle. Money mad the money the lady's not for me. I'm married but delayed eighties the power because you do you feel like you're somebody when you're pushing that dope in you got a little clout. Will you think you? Do you really only clouds guys. Probably with the police. But you feel like you're somebody and I've heard a lot of people talking about all the money they made. No then I see where they're living I'm like I don't think there's a million in your neighborhood so yeah no. That's another one of the illusion to this disease. Hey so I thought about this talking to sponsors. I was thinking man. Who can we get two sponsors in this deal and the first thing that came to mind was?.
"andy" Discussed on Bill and Andy Try To Recover
"What's going on is bill. I'm Andy Bill and anti-triad recover not just from the corona virus that's right We're trying to recover from drug and alcohol addiction. The deadliest the deadliest disease. Thank you what we're just going to try to do. We're going to talk about how we've been able to so far recover from the drugs and alcohol and we're big fans drugs drugs alcohol drugs and just. I had a really good time doing them and kid. You shouldn't try drugs because they're amazing. You'll never want to quit. And that's that's our problem. I grew up here in. La Lower Arkansas on a little farm outside of town. And I hear a lot of war stories in the rooms of recovering really quickly. We're not going to try to identify. You should go to. Aa She go to NA. We're not alcoholics addicts. Because if you give me two beers I'm testing positive crystal meth every time. So what we're going to talk about recovery. You know a lot of bad crap. Having to people a lot of people that were not loved as a kid and that's not my case. My Dad had three teenage sisters when we were born and when I want to say we were loved. They told stories of these three aunts. Kathy Sally Mbeki would put us on a blanket and stare at us and tell us how beautiful we were. So I'm telling you I was loved as a kid. That's not the problem. Quick story about the first time I ever tried any tobacco products. I had this Uncle Mate Jake and man. Let me say something. Jake was a big tall good looking dude and I wanted to be like Jake and we were at the garden a little work one day. My Dad Uncle Jake me and he was had this little packages some stuff and I had a picture of Indian instead. Read Man and he was taken this stuff and put it in his mouth and leave. Just look cool as hell doing so so I decided I decided when he went to look and I was going to grab the page of this stuff sticking in my mouth would I had not been paying attention to is that. They were spitting their juice out. And so what I did is grab a big handful of this too and I stuck in my mouth and I'll just swallowed it and when I when I tell you I was sick at one point. I threw up a sock. I had two of everything in my stomach had come out. But that's part of me always won't be cool and wanted to be fitting in. I'll tell you a quick story about the first time I've drank. Alcohol did not like it. I used to like to drink coca cola Lewis. I love Kobe. I used to say I. I used to like coke. But that's obvious. I used to like Drink Coca Cola's and I love good cold coke when I get home from school when I was about ten years old my dad and his friends. I used to notice that they would drink this stuff and I am. Let me tell you. My parents are good. People still are. They were back then. They didn't get drunk around me all the time by no means but I will occasionally watch them drink. This white can with L. I. T. On the side of it and I thought they were drinking a lot of it so I was thinking man. This gotTA taste like coat. This ought to be delicious so I one day. When Dad wasn't home I went in the garage and I didn't even get a cold one out of the Fridge. Grab one of these. L. It cans and I drank it. And I'm going to go on to you besides the chew in the bag. That was the nastiest shutter put my mouth and I was like. I'm never going to do that again. Well a few years later my parents got divorced now. Went on this spell of just being a trying to be a rebel a bad thirteen year old dude and I started dating this real fast girl and and one night her friends came to pick me up and they were even faster and her they were older and so nice so later on the same girl enter end up. Introducing me to my wife's has a good ending but any dating this girl and her friends come by to pick me up and on the way to the to the party spot which I grew up here in the country. What we would do is we would just pick a dirt road with a no mailbox on and we would go down there and build a fire. We'd start drinking so we went to this liquor store and the guy asked me. He's like humid picky. Something up and I heard the kids around school talking about this drink called Purple Passion and I was like man. Pick US UP. A couple of cases of the purple page yet. I wanted to be cool. So so he goes and he gets two cases. I think I drank four among the way to the fire and so and so and and I was thinking this tastes like grape kool-aid. This is no big deal. This is awesome so I drank about four on the way to this far. I started feeling pretty good. Get there. Everybody's having a good time. I noticed there's three dudes who must be super poor because they're sharing a cigarette over there by the fire and I thought I'd just join them. It smelled pretty good so I go over there and like I've probably had eight of these purposes. At the time I ended up finding out much later life that you can smoke some weed and then drank. But you really don't want to drink and smoke biondi. What's the what happens every time man? I'm GonNa go and tell you. So so what happened is after? I smoke this devils lettuce. These guys I started feeling the earth for some reason that night was spending a little faster than it normally does and so I ended up laying down on the ground at some point holding onto some grass into hollered at people to get down. Or YOU'RE GONNA fly off Earth so what happened. Was I sort of throwing up a little while later. A threw up into the fire. And I don't know if you could imagine how smell it's exactly as bad as you think it is so it was like a back and forth throwing up through a bubble gum from the third grade back and forth so. I think they carried me home that night and put me in my bed. I don't know four or five in the morning and the next day like my dad nerve that I've been out partying all night. He comes in and wakes me up by whispering in my ear with potent. Ask Dad Breath Tom. What we're going to go cut some firewood and I was thinking. Oh my God I immediate thought when I opened my eyes is that somehow a cat shit my mouth and that my head was on fire and so you know in play them games. Unless you won't be so I had to get up and cut this firewood all day and I was miserable all day and I was thinking to myself. I will never do this again. And that money is go man. Some kids come up to me and they were like man. You were so fine you were so cool and let me tell you something I i. I was Awkward Kid. I was insecure. I didn't feel like a fit in. I didn't feel like I was cool. And that for a moment manifield cool and like I fit in that turns out as I learned later in life did. Everybody feels that way especially at that age hell. Some people don't never don't nevertheless not writing English is we're going go with Brad. Excuse Sanders excuse for everything. Why we eighteen tacos were addicts. That's when I got sober. I was really pissed that they took away that ability to use that. Why did you do that? Meant US frigging loaded man now I just had to say well I'm a idiot because I I just shady person I think but what what recovery is allowed me to do is is something called self forgiveness which I could not get my hand on any forgiveness of you or me or anything and that's what the twelve steps and recovery has done for me and I know throughout this podcast. We're GONNA sound like we're selling you like if you have problems. Are you overweight when we got the product for you? It's a little twelve step recovery. What what happened when I when I got into recovery. And we'll talk a little bit about this. I could not get any any anytime plane everytime I would try. I would be like all right. I'm I'm Quinton on Thursday. That's IT Madam of serious freaking quit on Thursday and thirty. Come around and go well. I had a good day. I got a bunch of pills. Why would you heard a bunch of pills and a bag of dope? Nobody does that and or I would always want to quit when I got burnt on a bad deal or when something went wrong now. That's a long way away from what I was smoking and drinking at this party this. We'll talk about that at some point here where you slowly graduate to be a IB user. It's not like I didn't start out this whole journey going. You know what I really want to be is an IV junking. My life is in and out of jail. Can't keep a job. No I didn't plan on this. It started out with smoking weed and drinking some Purple Patch. And if I could tell anybody today don't do. It's life's the Discovery Man. You got to figure some things out but when you can't put it down when you can't quit we can't you want us. I hate to tell you that We're GONNA try to make a podcast every week or every other week so the time. Listen to this time you hear another one. If you had to pick up bobby want us. However the unique thing is this is the only self diagnose disease in that a pain. We can't tell you a damn no one could with me now. No I mean literally I mean arrest. Losing my my wife. My house where science clear so classic stuff was not enough because like bill was saying when you. It's hard to get over that Hump. When that dopamine serotonin off so hard we just we know how to bring that right back. That's right yeah just trying to get over that Hump. Managers is one of the main things that I found out I had to go to treatment. I tried everything I tried to do. It alone what I found out as I cannot beat this disease alone during this corona virus. We're having A. We're not able to go to meetings right now and it's killing me. I mean it's really. That's what we're trying to make this podcast give you somebody to talk to. And we're going to go to the phone line here. And he said we don't have a phone line so this is not the kind of show. We'll put our emails and phone number and the description below. That's right yes right because if you WANNA email at talk you know what I found. Zoom meetings all right. Have you tried those and yes? They're not bad. But you know there's something about looking another addict and I go on. You're you're doing this thing and there's nothing more beautiful than than getting in a room and seeing somebody come back day after and start to see them put on a little weight mouth love. Ac- addict put on some weight spots at one time and I told him as a man. I was brand new recovery and I told him I quit smoking and going dying. Say a word he pulled over store bought me a carton carton of cigarettes and a box Orios Nissan. One thing at a time one thing at a time We can handle all that other stuff..
"andy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"If I tell you that you can't go in my closet. You can't go in MAC. Did you think of Marlow instigated them at all because she was saying like, oh, just go in try on? It said that now when you live till I saw it. Let's go to Sharon from Atlanta which question for needing leak. Sharon. Handy. Her name. Hi, my question is why did you continue to have your by week party at the Greg which rush back to the hospital because Greg who would love to call in tonight. Okay. Wanted me to have the party. He didn't want me to cancel. He wanted me to continue on which is why he calls Cynthia and Marlow he was like go help her be there for her. My wife's breaking down that kind of stuff. You know, just because Greg went to the hospital. Didn't mean everything had to stop. It was best for me considering everything my husband had gone through for me to keep going. You know to at least try it was sweet to see Brant. Brent was very. Yeah. It is. He's very mature. Yeah. Yeah. He's he's a good. Boy. Yeah. Let's go to Maria from Louisiana. What's your question? Hi, Andy my question for knee. My question from any ease. They do tend portions baby shower, and if you did how did you feel about Katie Moore being there? I did not attend portions baby shower, I was invited. I have been in Vancouver Canada. Honey, if you keep up with misleading leaks, she's been shooting a TV show. Thank you you worked shooting that show when you were at the time of the baby show. Yes, I was I was in Canada the day of the baby I was in the candidate days before the that was the pilot you shot that got picked up that your God. Right. Okay. So Niimi, do you think core? Call Melva wants. No, do you think you're too hard on Greg considering the Mets he may be taking may cause his temperament to go off the rails? Oh, great Honey called the people that surround us the F wants to know who did you enjoy meeting for the first time at my baby shower that you and the oggi's threw me were there any of the other housewives that you met from other cities that you did. I mean a lot of them from other season. I didn't know didn't know any of the Dallas girl. Yep. And meeting that you can well I wanted to meet the lady from Potomac Karen is Karen, I already knew I wanted to be caring. So I met Karen and. Oh god. I can't think is it de-jure, Dan. She's she with do under wasn't there. Not that name. Oh, gosh. I can't call. It was from Beverly Hills. Anyway, there are a lot of girls. I don't know. Of course, they know who I am Honey. What John Mayer said about you said, I think any leaks has like ten comedy writers in her ear. Right. Right. And you and to be clear Reema age wants to know why you invited favor to my baby shower and not Kim. I I of our let's be very clear now that's almost the question for Andy Andy request was that he wanted the people from the current season only to be at the baby shower, right techs anytime. I had a surprise for him. He did not know what the surprise was that it was Marlowe, and but it was Fajor? fatal. Yes. Okay. You guys from friendships to closets Nina is not saying she's not shy about saying when the door is closed. But when it comes to her friends fashions, I wonder what looks ever word drope open needy. I'm going to show you some looks of the Atlanta house rise. Yeah. Tell us if you like them, but if you wouldn't want them in your closet, you say the closet door is closed. Okay. Okay. First Porsches white feather strapless top. Okay. I can't see how it looks from tamales performance. Mmg fringe broad right fans. The door is closed. Classes door is closed. Okay. What about candies blue spaghetti strap top very typical in very easy?.
"andy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Like, those are the people that he goes out with his his posse as he says. So they were all there, and it was really really sweet balloons everywhere. There was a bartender lovely food s JP was one of the hosts of it as Bruce Bozzi Jackie his too early. Good friends. Bruce was there for both? And it was lovely. It was like we actually open gifts. There know, we could it was probably only thirty. Us in apartment. Oh, so I got to see how the different Costa do it? Which was cool. Do you know who the godparents will be on? They're going to be godparents. I don't know. I actually don't know that question. I could take a guess. But I don't know the actual answer to that question. I mean, he has a sister, right? Like could be her like, obviously, she's going to be an aunt. But I I mean, he is a godparent him himself. So maybe it'll be reversed. I don't know. So given that you have been with Andy for eight years now you've seen a lot of drama on air off air everywhere in between. So we wanted to read you or perhaps recite and perform for you, some famous Bravo quotes. And hey, if you can guess which show and which person or one or the other whichever you feel comfortable with okay? The first one why don't you have a piece of bread? And maybe you'll calm down a little. Oh my God. It was they said it to Shannon. I think it was Kelly Dodd saying into Shannon in OC, not even close. Who was it? I'm not good at this real house. Beverly Hills Kim Richards to lease arena KMart. Okay. Well, I had the state right? Good enough. All right. This is a softball. Mention. It mentioned it all any Frankel said it to Ramona singer. She opened her legs mention it all that. I remember because it was opening legs. I don't know. But I remember. Okay. Did you just look white your brow getting some fake? Oh, hey. Yeah. Yeah. I'm getting into character for this next one. Okay. You're not important enough to hate sit down. Oh my God. I have all of them. Like, I have no idea about that one. That was Vander pump rules. Lisa to stuffy. Oh, okay. We're so it's not this is all Bravo shows. Not just how good okay? So we only have like three shows on air, but this'll be. This isn't my plate. You bitch. That sounds like could be Kelly died. I mean that sounds like it could be it was Shannon to Kelly. Is that the fight that I'm convenient? I know what that's a fucking plate shopped something like that. Yep. That's it's hard. We like seven franchises. And I've been here for very long. Okay. Okay. I'm doing very poorly. We'll remember this is not just housewives. So here's the next one. Okay. This one's hard. It's a little hard. Why aren't you wearing undershirts anymore? Is it a laundry issue? I don't know southern charm is. Wow. Okay. Do you think it was? I could see someone saying that about like crag or chef shop to crack. Guys, that's one hundred I could get the rest of them wrong. And the fact that I randomly guessed context. Clues with that one. Did you me? Now, meghan. You got to this one. And you've got to do it. Right. Hey, last one. They're just Haning unlock. Trowel Strahan's was good. She was good at the shower like super for vessels was posing in a picture with brandy. Brandy. Brandy and Stephanie, and you know, they were down with the Beverley hills coup. They got along. I mean Brandon's..
"andy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"I had no idea what to expect in it. I when I was Instagram, and they're all my highlights because I got so many people to ask me put them to my highlights. It was kind of tame like it was fun seeing the different cities interact in them playing their stereotypes. You know, what I mean, like jersey just wanted a party with Dallas like it was just so great. And then got nuts all hell broke loose Reynaud took the Miami. Just like went on from there. I mean, John Mayer stop by Jerry O'Connell was there with Rebecca romaine an I had nothing to do with the planning despite with. It was actually the g. So when Andy I announced he was having a baby on December. Twentieth. On the KOMO g faithful show they decided afterwards that the OJ we're gonna throw him a baby shower. So really didn't have any. I was not part of the invite list at all I was just invited actually guest today. Anyone show up who wasn't invited? Yes. Oh, let it lot of people that weren't invited. We too few people out. We did you kick any housewives? No, no. No. No. No. So then you have to tell us one person who was turned away. I won't say which house white with someone brought their lawyer. We were like no we have to draw a line somewhere. You know what? I mean. Like, I felt like saying it that it just was housewives was probably the best line draw. Otherwise, we could have invited cast members that had been there from seasons seasons and seasons ago, you know, but important thing to remember, by the way about this is that Brandon pay for this everyone bay their own flights. Like, this was a social event. This wasn't like a Bravo televised thing I will say Sonia brought an intern. And he was there. He didn't get kicked out. He was just there like carrying her purse like the entire lucky. I was going to see her him like spoon feed her food. And I was like so therefore it alas she fed herself. What was the alcohol situation? Because obviously we saw they were serving their pump pumper. Okay, we're serving and then so was kind of their right? She was Aaron spirits. Okay. She was in spirits. The alcohol was shockingly. I had not one sip of alcohol. I like experience I kind of forgot like I was experiencing at the hallway even my Instagram stories. I don't tag anybody. I'm not I don't really like say anything. It was just like this is a documentarian life, and you need to see it through my eyes. And I'm just like showing what everyone like how I'm witnessing all of this like I didn't want obvious operate it with any tags, and I just wanted to experience it sober. I off your kind of working like kind of working kind of aghast and someone's when I drink at those occasions. I mean talk about being paid to drink on my podcast. I say stuff I regret, and I didn't want that to be the occasion where I said something that I regret. So I was like let me just stick to like water, but I also really need a drink. I was it was so cool as a nasty high feel like being in that room. All of us looked at each other like Amy Phillips who radio, Andy, and has all these housewives impressions, John hill also radio anti in. Integral part of Andy's life. Like, we were just looking. Oh my God. I can't believe all of this Samy real housewives tension. They all sort of sat like in high school. You really sit with your clicks. Like mean, girls are so accurate. Right. Like, the athletes you have this. You have that that that was was like totally like that. It was so within your city, you got to like, you know, it was just it was great. I would say the best entrance was probably Atlanta because they were like so late. This is accurate. I just saw you guys Japan being so late to everything everything Cynthia Bailey like turned it out. But yeah, it was definitely like west side story with the different franchises musical numbers. You're saying. Yeah. Yeah..
"andy" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"So she walked past all of us and then had to turn around and pastors. Yeah. I like it. Let's go to Amy from Louisiana. Hey, amy. What's your question? Hey, andy. My question is for Matt mad. I think you're absolutely precious, by the way, my question is do you think you are ever going to get a proper dazed and confused sequel? Do I think I'll ever get proper days view Siegel Richard Linklater who wrote and directed days, and I've talked about what would be the follow up. Today's he's talked to me about he's talked to other actors and actresses that ran that movie, basically interviewing all of us. What would you think you'd be doing? Well, what are some be doing? He's obviously gone on and made some sort of sister films to that. But not a not a big brother of follow up directly to it. I don't know it, you know, it could be done so easily at the same time. There's something so pristine about that that that film in the world that lives in. But you're not the only one interested in tell you that. I bet there is something great about chills leaving it as it is. Yeah, with drapes. You also back and it's far enough in the background. You could do it. We're really be bound to comparisons right until until that happens. Our doesn't happen. He's also so brilliant about I mean, boyhood just change at everything. I mean, so then. When you think about the idea of taking these people, and it's twenty five years later, however, many years later, I mean that all over the map about how I feel about this. Let's go to Shelley from Missouri h Shelley. Hi, Andy Cohen on behalf of the show me state. I just want to say, congratulations and many many many blessings on your upcoming adventures. We are so proud of you. You are a gem of Missouri. I gotta tell you my question. Oh, you're so wonderful. Oh, you are. We love you know, we're cold. It's a lot of snow here. Anyway. How awesome how awesome for you? I'm excited for you. My question is for miss Hathaway missing. Oh my gosh. Are you just not awesome? My question for you. Dear is what is these status of the Judy Garland movie that you were to be starring in inquiring minds want to know. News. Just the most adorable voice. I've ever heard. So. My mom loves sailing. And there's an expression in sailing when you're kind of stuck out there. And there's no wind in your sail is called being in irons. Judy Garland project is an irons the momentum's kind of. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So the good news is that she had a long life. And I was always going to focus on the part of her life Senator on the Carney hall show. It's not something where we're running out of time or something like that. So it could it could still very much happen. But but right now, there's not a ton of momentum minute. I'm looking at. And I'm really actually kind of see I saw. saw. Yeah. It's it's it would be very nice. If it worked out at something that you know, me and a lot of other people have put a lot of time at thought into. But these things happen as they do. And it's you know, what I mean look at Glenn Close and in the way that you've got fourteen years to get made. So, you know, it's the journeys good to last call that. I it is Debbie from Indiana, Debbie, what your question for Matthew, mcconaughey? Everybody my questions for Matthew. What was your honest opinion of season? Two of true detective. Season two. Yeah. Joy season two that I enjoyed season. One more. I did. I did. I thought you know, Nick creator. He got the second season was still had a lot of brilliant. But my in looking back at it. I was sort of missing you know, Marty heart in season one play. But Woody Harrelson is odd as he was in a specific..
"andy" Discussed on The Good Parts with Andy Grammer
"So this week is a double episode of the podcast swap between mean and fuss men his podcast is called big questions with cali- segment. And so I'm posting my interview of him and hinders his interview of me and he's doing the same on his to reach new people. Plus, I think they're both really dope. So get into it. This is Cal interviewing me on big questions. Recognize this song got to keep your head of all. And you let down a how about this one on young good? I can have another about a proudly should I guys by the at home? And if I stay on my not, leave alone. Oh in this one. So suddenly are in love stranger gamble leave that she's my now all that. See is you fresh eyes. How about this one? Good. Good good. Good to be alive right about now. That's Andy grammer singing his own creations. I'm always curious about that mysterious place. Where music comes from an end. He's case we're about to find out. Welcome to big questions. This is Cal freshman. Andy grammer is created so many songs that I loved today. I'm gonna find out how Andy went from street performing on the third street. Promenade Santa Monica without getting a single coin drought finis guitar box throughout an entire day to platinum hits singing the national anthem at the World Series. And getting me to sing along with them. When I'm listening to him in my car, we'll get to all that in a moment. But first shout out to my spouse wanna thanks or TC coming along on the journey. We're getting out sport TC hoodies and sweats to the winners of the wires, your best friend, your best friend competition renounce last week. All those winners are going to find out just how comfortable sports he threads men. I wished winners all have themselves. Video we met with he goes on for the first time they're going to feel the definition of the word comfort. This is not hyperbole. I've heard about people who've decided to clean out their closet and throw out all unnecessary close tossed out almost everything except there's fourteen go to support teak dot com. And find out how comfortable sport teak is gonna be for you. That's SP our R T I Q E dot com. Remember, there's no you in sport TC after the Q. That's what makes it unique. Sport TC in Mayan Ted, my intense is a company that makes cruel bracelets that make it ask yourself some serious questions. For instance, if you're wondering what you want to accomplish over the coming year this bracelet asks you to think hard about where you wanna go and then dig deep to find the single word that will inspire you to get there that word gets chiseled into a token that is wrapped over your risk by beautiful band. It's like putting your north star right in front of you. These bracelets are not only daily inspiration, but they can spark conversations with all the people were going to inquire about your word, and they are going to be a lot of them who am I intent bracelet is highly affordable. Check out my intent dot org to see all the possible options. You're gonna see a lot of accomplished people on that. So. Site beyond say, Conan O'Brien even Larry gang because accomplished people ask themselves some deep questions. My intent the bracelet that asks deep questions and leads to great answers. And now. Let's Serb up some questions to end e grammar. Right. So we just spent what about an hour and a half. Yeah. On your podcast, which is awesome. Thank you so much for being a part of it. That was absolute delight and much of the time was spent with you asking me how I interview. Yes. And I made sure that I went first so that I wouldn't be psyched out better second with a master interviewer. You ask me how I prepare. And I thought it would be interesting when we turn the tables here to interview you as if I didn't prepare his if I had no idea who you were all right as if I was boarding a bus, and it was an empty seat in. I sat down next to you cool. But maybe maybe I had just seen a video. Oh that you've made. So I