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051419 Part 2

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051419 Part 2

"It. The news. It's more portent now trending with Riggins on the ace and TJ show. We'll get into one of the worst, weddings. Maybe in history that you would never want to go to. I did anybody. See, no, no one in this room south. But Aaron Rodgers quarterback for the Green Bay Packers was in the latest episode of game of thrones. I saw a picture of it on Twitter yesterday when he was at the Kentucky Derby not too long ago. What was that two weeks ago? A reporter asked him when we gotta get you in a TV show or a movie or something and Aaron Rodgers goes episode five game of thrones. And everybody just thought he was joking. But it turns out he was actually in the show. What do they need somebody to play the part of jerk perfectly? Rajasa jerky. Really is. From what I understand never met him. But I'm sure I would thinks t I'm telling. Wow. I mean, I know his brother he's got kind of a rocky relationship with his brought one of them didn't talk to them right now. I don't think he talks the you'd have to ask my wife. She's all into the knowledge of this family tree in the situation because the brother was on the bachelor. That's one of those. And so she knows about but. Anybody on the family? I don't think so but in his brother's commentator for SEC football on ESPN weird. Yeah. His brother better than I like him. Today is national buttermilk biscuit day. Turning things this morning. I didn't know that we could've played, sir. Mix a lot. But a mil- biz good. Grab them in the crowd of grab them in the biscuits different song. Is it digital underground? Okay. Look at me. No. I'm just grabbing the biscuit grabbing biscuits fun doing that moisture. Stop what you're doing because I'm about the Rowen into style juice to. That was good. There's a woman in you n do. No, no, no. He can't stop won't stop on window. There's a woman in Santa Maria, California that was taken care of her aunt who recently passed away. The problem was that she was all this girl was also planning on getting married. So she decided to double up and have her wedding on the same day as the funeral in the same church at the same time to save costs. So they had the funeral. I they had the funeral. I come pay a visit to the open casket pay your respects, and then just kind of hang out for a little bit. They'll do a quick funeral service. And then the people who were invited to the wedding were also invited to the funeral. So you could just stay in your seats, and we'll have the wedding immediately following good. I had a friend when I was growing up. I would have loved to have taken care of here. That she was fine. Was that mean, you said she's been taking care of her aunt? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Take his name. Have you? Wow. Well, so what did you say? After that also missed. The people are just freaking out now saying it's tacky even if you're trying to save money who wants to go to a wedding. That's also a funeral. And she goes well, my aunt loved, weddings. So. Oh my gosh. She would've loved this idea. But yeah, people are just saying, it's gross. And I wonder how many people go to the funeral and then leave not stay for the wedding. That's what I would rather go to a funeral than a wedding. I think did that terrible. That's absolutely terrible. I would 'cause you after the service of funeral. The wedding through weddings are fun. I'm thinking about it being a funeral of a person. I don't really know. Oh, but I do I mean rather than a relative diet or something go to a relative's funeral that strangers wedding. I'll say. Because at least when everybody leaves go to the graveside you can walk out getting your car. Just went the wrong way. Nobody's looking for you at the burial plot. You know, they're in their chairs under the tent. They're not looking around like this person. Come. At a wedding you're committed to the at the reception. Yet. Again, I'm sorry, though. Some one day on the show we gotta do who just goes to weddings and funerals signs of the book out front and then leave. Here. Yeah. Eat out. Dress the go to the church sign the little book outside of the sanctuary and then just kind of Mosey on out the door getting your car leap. Pay my respect. Respect your. Yeah. And Steve Bullock is the Montana governor who's who has now joined the presidential race in twenty twenty. He is the twenty second democrat to join the race. And he's one of the top trending topics morning twenty two twenty two Steve Bullock. So I mean getting line buddy had. No, that's that's tough a tough ration- of. All the things are now trending. There are certain things that have become the stuff of legend internet legend that every time you hear it. It always makes you laugh because it never gets old nex- will not Jay is the funniest person. We know. And now he's going to act as the filter. We've all needed from social media, posts and entertainment. They are funny. It's a new Facebook group called share funny, and you can access it at ace TJ dot com. Hey, it's TJ. And I wanna tell you about my recent stay at the Ballantyne. You know, the second you walk in, you know, you're in a fancy hotel is not only beautiful, but the staff goes out of their way to make sure you have the most luxurious experience of your life to go to the Ballantyne dot com and see all the great things you can enjoy everything from their spa to golf, they're beautiful pool. Fine restaurant and everything else a true luxury hotel provides so book, your stay now at the Ballantyne dot com. I really think you're gonna love it. Are you ready for everything and nothing all of the same time? Hey, it's Joe me from my podcast ace at large new each Thursday at twelve noon through itunes and Google play. Looking for spectacular deals with spring break in summer travel? Emailer travel agent Michelle at travel at ace, T dot com and follow as large on Twitter, hashtag as at large. Is the TJ can't drink a Bloody Mary Mosa before work. And you I not know for a fact. Therapy has been pushed one segment today's TJ show. Because today we have data to of our week long series called it never gets old. If you missed it yesterday, we were talking about how. A lot of it depends on your age. There are things only that everybody else knows that you have never heard before. But things that are classics just never get old yesterday. Sas brought us Charlie bit me. So today, we spend the wheel and then whoever's name comes up has brought in a piece of classic internet audio that they love that makes them laugh every single time. They hear it to this day. So Reagan spin the wheel with who comes up today. And we don't know what everybody else has brought I do know robs I'm excited here. Rob's ace. Okay. I. Don't remember a lot of money. Details about this. But here's what I know. It was the I think around two thousand six or seven maybe eight. And there was a morning television program in Georgia. I think was just outside Atlanta. And there was a big festival a wine festival. And one of the reporters had gone to do a story on the big wine festival coming up for the weekend. And while she was there on live television. She was asked to while standing on this huge platform about four feet above the ground step into a bucket and smash them grapes with her feet. And this great lady makes me laugh every single time. I've heard it probably ten thousand times I have watched this video. Wine tastings, vineyard tours seminars arts and crafts. It's a lot of fun a whole day. Stop. How? No actually heard now, I think she is a car fall off their gosh. I hope she's ok okay. We're gonna make sure she has right. As soon as we can. Gabri how? Bucket. Over the. Bio bucket falls down on top of that do the studios. You know, they're not. They're not good without words. Most of the time the the people at the anchor desk like what oh out. Oh, how hope she's? Okay. Oh, no. No. No. I think she did. Oh, breathe. Hope. Tenure tours from. It's a lot of fun a whole day. How? No, actually, I think she is. Took a hard fall off their gosh. I hope she's okay. She's okay. We're gonna make sure she has Ryan checkout. Get by sues weekend. We'll be back right after this. That's one of those. I warned I wanna follow up. Where are they? Now, kind of things that they done that with our they've done that. And she did not think it was. She did not see the humor in it. Like all the world. She didn't. I think she she might have broken rib or bruiser river something. But she did not think it was funny. Well, she's wrong. Areas. Broken sternum? And then it was all over it still be laughing about it. That noise is crazy. And she was trying to cheat at the end there in the little in those smashing content, and she was like kicking a little bit more after the clock it stopped. She went to step out of the giant bucket. And then her foot got caught and that's what caused her trip and then tumble off the platform. She she broke a cover ribs had to spend a couple of weeks in the hospital weeks. Yeah. For obser- under observation oh said I suffered quite a bit. For an honest mistake. I'm trying to move on like she. You'll funny. Oh, come on. You think that could have been thing where they just like she couldn't she had to go through. I can't face people. I can't go back on the I gotta gotta have a brakeman. So they they say she was in hospital two weeks. Don't I'm not saying she's lying. How? Never gets old to me never gets. Today group therapy, a lady is in a wedding. She's not the problem. But should she stand up for and support the person who is the problem or does? She support the bride you have to pay a tough next. Funny with as TJ in thirty thirty. It's the best of today's show in thirty minutes and available through right tunes. And now on Alexa, and Pandora more of the TJ show. 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Which crew you get all your people to get you divide aside right now, both pieces just twelve bucks for plus editorial, Pepsi bettering, greedy. It's better pizza Papa John's at participating US stores, Texas delivery fee extra. Tuesday morning. The doctors Dr. This is group therapy on the TV show. This is where every Tuesday. Members of the radio family turned to us and you for sisters. This is a rather unique were. She said I need your help right away. I am part of a group of friends who have been friends since college. We were sorority sisters together. And until now I thought we were pretty tight knit group. But one of our friends is getting married in a few weeks. And for those of us who are bridesmaids. It's just getting worse and worse as the wedding approaches. The bride has been very very specific about how we are to dress and conduct ourselves, and our hair and makeup everything. One of the bridesmaid was trying to lose weight for the wedding. And she hasn't lost as much as she said. She would. Just TJ don't do that. Reagan. She writes now, the bride is disappointed in her and that has confided in a few of us that she is thinking about asking her to step down as a bridesmaid because the rest of us are fit, and she will mess up the photos. I was appalled. But I didn't say anything since she hasn't decided what to do if she does ask her to step down. I feel like I should withdraws the bridesmaid. Also, just to show my support for my friend. But they are both my friends. I'm not sure who would be hurt. Most my friend who didn't lose the weight or the bride to be because I don't want to be responsible for ruining her entire wedding. Keep me anonymous, but I do need vice and it's not really as funny as it seems the first time you hear it. Good point. Sass your girl of wedding party h. Yeah. What would you do if you're this girl? If I was the bride the bridesmaid the Bri the one that wrote in oh, man. I would. This is tough because I would want to support my friends getting married. Yes. But also wanna have my other friends back getting kicked out of the wedding. This. Yes. So, but who do you go, let's the girl for my friend. The other bridesmaid did not lose as much way too. She said she was going to. Didn't you say twenty pounds? You've lost four. Yeah. I don't think it's a huge huge deal in a wedding. She's your best friend since college. You're in a sorority together is a big deal at the. Okay. Yeah. You can think costs thirty bucks. Chuckle. No, I think that it's terrible to begin. With the reason you. You agree to be in someone's wedding. If you wanna go traditionally is because you want to stand up there for that person and show. How proud you are to be part of the biggest decision they've ever made in their live. Yeah. You know, you wanna be there and say, yes, I support this one hundred percent, and I am proud to be her friend one of her closest friends in the world. I'm proud and honored to be here. And if you're not feeling that. Then you know, you gotta you gotta step aside. I think and you know. I think it's an honestly I don't know if I would want to be friends with someone who would ask one of her closest friends to not be in her wedding. Because fat saying I think she should leave the way to wouldn't wanna be wouldn't wanna be that person's friend anymore. Because what are you going to do that's going to upset her some little trivial thing? And she's gonna turn on you. If she'll turn on on a friend in yells group like that just because she's overweight who's she gonna turn on next. And for what reason? I'm just asking a question. Just ask a question. Yep. Does it matter at all that she didn't follow through with what she said? She was going to do. It doesn't to me. I think you don't care. What you look like, they're your friends. Those who you want up there you're closest people to because he's probably already embarrassed by that she's going to be self conscious as it is. You know, since she said, I need I'm gonna lose twenty pounds or whatever. So you know, I won't stand out. She's already self conscious about it. So if you point out, hey, you didn't hold up your end of the deal. Megan. This is going to be cruel. What is? Give them a second. Give him a second. He's crying. Oh. Oh, but can't you picture say, I don't think she try to spare any feelings. One triple eight. This is kind of person she is four one to twenty three eighty five triple eight forty one eight t or Facebook Twitter, your reaction to today's group therapy mex-. Connected funny with the TJ show on subscribe on tunes or simply search with Alexa. It's the ACT show on demand. More of the TJ show. Neck wanna save up to seventy five percent, domestic or international airline tickets, then call low cost airlines for prices, so low we can't publish them. Call eight hundred two eight seven forty seven sixteen eight hundred two eight seven forty seven sixteen. Now, the TJ show presents a group therapy update. Group therapy this morning from lady who said she is part of a group. And they are close knit group. She thought they were until now sorority sisters one is getting married in a few weeks. It just seems to be getting worse and worse and worse. Dictating everybody's clothing apparel hair action. So for than Sony they lead up to the wedding now. One of the bridesmaids is a little heavier than the rest, and she was trying to lose weight said she was going to lose weight. She's apparently not lost the amount of weight. She said she would lose. So the bride has now confided in some of the other bridesmaids that she may remove her from being a bridesmaid because it's going to mess up the aesthetic of the pictures, all the other brides, major very fit and the lady who. The MD for group therapy today said she's not sure what she should do. Does. She stand up for her friend who might be kicked out of the wedding. Or does she stay with the bribe because if she leaves at two bridesmaids gone it ruins the entire wit. What do you do? And some people have said that the bride should remove the girl from her wedding because who wants to be friends with a liar. Interests. She says she was going to lose the weight, and she lied. Yeah. Yeah. I don't think I would go that way of thinking I'm on the I'm on the side of this. This isn't a true friend. Well, it's every single person has said the same thing. One saying all the bridesmaids should tell the bride. If you kick her out, we all walk. If that's the reason you get rid of her. She didn't she did not do anything her actions warrant as the fact that she hasn't lost the amount of weight that she said she would lose. If you kick her out, we all walk. I think even it's ruined now. Anyway, because even considering doing that and telling somebody that you might do that I think has has tainted the whole friendship the whole group of friends. I wouldn't look at that person the same really? Yeah. Even if she didn't go through with it. If I knew that she was seriously considering doing that to one of our really good friends. I wouldn't want anything to do with her. I agree. So it means eager. It's almost almost one hundred percent of everybody who's just buying a lot of people respond in. This is terrible. Just wants good fetters. She doesn't want support beside her on her day. She just wants a nice fed outright. And he's putting the the the wedding. I head of the marriage and the friendships this point. Yeah. Absolutely. It is terrible. How much notice did she have to lose the weight? I don't it doesn't say because I mean, really are you going to change that significantly in if she told her a month out, so no usually probably got six months to year. But now one lady said the only way it is semi okay. For the bride to do. This is if the girl ordered her bridesmaid dress in a smaller size, and it doesn't fit her because according to win the wedding is they may not have time to order new one of the correct size. That's one of the only ones that's not calling the broader dirty name. Going off the brat about how terrible. She is. And somebody, you know, also made a good point. She was big when you ask her to be in the way. Was it on that condition to say? All right. I know you're overweight now. But if if I ask you to be in my wedding, and you agree will you promise to lose twenty pounds, not necessarily lose weight, but step on the scale. And then whatever it says want you to be twenty pounds less than that. However, you decide to do yet is that part of the deal. I wouldn't think so. So why spring it on her now? I don't get it. It's crazy people are mean. Several people made a great point. If this is if the groom finds out he needs to realize that this is the woman, he's marrying an out of that. You'll never be able to eat what he won't ever you gonna eat that. We have Reagan's make a list of things that all of us on the show would have to change in order to be his. I love that. It would be for tomorrow. What you would have to change. Rob ace in Sasse, and we're going to be your groomsmen. That's really hurt. I don't wanna do that. Would we have to change? Anyway, I don't wanna do that. Coming up on now trending with Riggins. I'll just say it like this. The Weiner is out. That's right. The Weiner is out details now trending in less than ten minutes. You're connected funny with your friends. Next. And then there's the important stuff. The stuff that's trending today is national buttermilk biscuit day. Delicious, you pick a biscuit over a role dinner. Roll every time not every time. It depends on what I'm eating never breakfast. Yes. Always biscuit dinner roll dinner. Roll you know. Yeah. But I don't ever get offered dinner rolls breath. Yeah. No, toaster. Biscuit. Do you get the biscuit, toast, or biscuit? Again, it depends on what I'm eating if I'm not eating gravy on the biscuit. I get toast. Wow. 'cause I like to take a bite of the toast with eggs and whatever breakfast meat. I have chosen. Yeah. You're having fried eggs, you won't toast, because then you could stop what's left the biscuit doesn't stop as well. If you turn it upside down. Yeah. And just cut it like an open face Sangu. Yeah. But it doesn't get out at yoke hard getting around for me. But yeah, otherwise, it depends on what I'm eating. Yeah. I wished I made to go kegs AJ got to ios twentieth. I love that yoke. Yeah. It's the best the yolks on me. And it's also national speaker yokes, it's national dance like chicken day. So which is just dumb is kinda stupid stupid. They can still do that at the wedding that you can. No. Well. I was at a wedding Ri wedding reception. Saturday night didn't happen chicken. Oh, good chicken day is this. Yeah. Will you chicken head project, Pat? Yeah. Okay. Straight up to him. Yeah. Oh, Mr Pat hope he's doing that was before he went to Peru out approve is he out. Thank god. Yes. Some new stuff I played it for ya. The new project project pet feet on some really. Yeah. Look at TJ layers was that then I gave you the name neymar party favours party favors album called layers. All right. It's amazing. They they were able to lockdown project Pat for that. Quite a quite a get. And finally, the Weiner is out Anthony Weiner, of course, we know Anthony Weiner, he was serving twenty one months, and it's four sexting with a minor. He was released from the Federal Bureau of prisons today. I always wonder how they get service in there in the caves. In the caves me of your sex thing with a minor. I mean, oh. See coal miner. He'd knew it was a minor, right? Yeah. He knew it was somebody underage. Yeah. And he's a cockroach he he's back to begin. Grows lean yellow Carlos danger. Yeah, that's his name Carlos danger. And what I don't know what a manipulator liked to. 'cause no young girl looks at him. And it's like, wow, what a dreamy, you know, teen dream like Justin Bieber. He's disgusting. You gotta give them pretty ripped. He was he was sitting shirtless photos of him. He's he's an excellent shape credit where credit is due. He's in great shape. Our was I don't know. It's so gross. What's something that your job asks you to hide from the customers, we call it insider secrets in less than ten minutes on the and TJ show. The TJ show podcast are your way to stay connected funny after the show's over more show, total recall as TJ and thirty and cast shows are all available through I tunes and most other podcasts or. Voices or? Coming up. The TJ show has everything you need to stay connected. Funny dot com and the TJ app. Links to all of our podcasts social media platforms radio affiliates and charities now. Eysenck TJ. You gotta turn your mic on its first ruler radio. Help gotta turn it on you start here today. Reagan's get so. So I've worked a couple of different jobs. I've worked in a grocery store, and I've worked in retail space like a clothing store in high school and college and stuff like that. But my favorite job was working in a grocery store. I loved it is best first job. I think you could have like pushing the carts. I didn't even work on the cash. I was like bagging people's groceries. And you know, I would put the cookies out out in the front for the kids to come and grab and stuff like that. But cookies come get your cookies for kids of all ages. And there were a lot of little things that you would be told by the upper management to kind of not conceal but to conveniently avoid telling people or you know, if you walked by the produce, let's say, and you saw a bruise on an apple you turn it around. So it wouldn't face out. Not get rid of it can still sell that. But turn it around make it more appealing and stuff like that. So what is something? Your job has asked you to hide from the customers. And they might do it in a way that doesn't seem this is radio worked for exactly. I worked for Johnson Ville one. They asked me. Yeah. I'm not even clever for third grader anymore. Means. Well, so. The first thing that comes to my mom when we talk about raise. You're not supposed to help you when you're on vacation like people care. I don't think people there as long as the content is good. But that's one of the things. I don't tell them. You're on vacation that way, you know. I just think it's silly. Well in a lot of times, if you're a syndicated radio show, the local affiliates won't shoot to not say that you're syndicated or where you're broadcasting from because they try to make it sound like you're in in that town. Yeah. Live and local in that town, which when we started our syndication, we said, there's no way we can do that. Because we screw it out way. We're going to be able to to keep that going. So that's why we we will always talk about whatever goes on in Charlotte where we live or whatever's going on in Birmingham where we're on. We'll we'll talk about anything as long as it's interesting and give whatever town shout out that needs like, you're lying. He did doesn't work. So I gotta feel a lot of these will come from the restaurant industry and stuff like that is I don't know why I just get the vibe that that's going to happen. But what is your job ask you to not tell the customers in retail in restaurants or worked for Jimmy dean to where you also got always hun. We're going to something could come out of this that that we don't wanna know. Yeah. Somebody could share something with us that you know. I don't know. There's somebody says I worked for Amazon we aren't allowed to tell the customers if their account is labelled as concession abuser. Concession of us. Don't know what that means. I don't wanna concession abuser. Is we're trying to find out before the break for after the break. Sounds like it would be somebody who who didn't pay for their snow cones at the ballpark. Yeah. Concessions. Do you want him back? Too many napkins. I paid for frito pie and two year. Yeah. So either reach out to us on social media at the or give us a call. What is your job ask you to not tell the customers keep it hidden to hide from? It's going to be bad. Yeah. I wanna hear the TJ show and stay connected. Funny later today ace and TJ twenty four seven is the show replayed all day through the as TJ app. Sponsored by Papa John's downloaded on I tunes Google play. And Amazon more ace and TJ next. Alexa, play a TJ connected funny. And it's easier than ever to tell your devices you want the ACT to show now as and TJ. Okay. So we asked what your job asks you to hide from its customers. Some of these are shocking. And again, we don't have any proof of these things just allegedly, but we're not going to say the name of the businesses. Okay. Can I give you or one of the one of the most shocking ones is from someone who says, I'm a nurse? I'm an operating room nurse. And there are some surgeons that I wouldn't let touch dead rat that my cat drug in. If I would tell the patients that I would definitely be fired. Just do your research and ask around before having surgery. Oh, well, what are you supposed to ask? I have for surgeons. Yeah. I dunno. Sure. That's scary though. Terrifying. Yeah. Well. There's one place says he's a naughty nurse for telling them. Please keep me in autumn ass-, but we aren't allowed to tell people how often the oil in the deep Fryers are changed should be changed once a month. But it's only changed about every six months or right before the health inspectors coming what at what kind of like a fast food restaurant. It doesn't say just as the only said, please. Keep me anonymous says months lungs, it tastes good. I don't care. Yeah. A little much though, six months a little I like the anonymous, please I work on computers. I can't tell the customer the de computers just a piece of crap in wasted their money. Now is there difference in a computer tech and somebody who quote unquote, works on on computer? Please don't say who I am. I work with water systems, and we charge an outrageous price over one hundred for a yearly service the customer could easily be themselves. Changing out the filter. Maybe it's time for your yearly. Some places we can't tell you what they've because it would give away. Exactly where where it is one lady said I worked for a company based out of Texas, but I work from home here in South Carolina. We're not allowed to let anyone know that we work from home or that we're not in Texas. Be a selling point for the company that we're a Texas based company. Now, I wonder if that means they have to hire people to work the phones that have southern accents. Because if anybody knows what they're doing. They can they can tell the difference between a South Carolina exit in Texas exit. That's fun. My job doesn't want me to tell people that they that they can't a job coach. So we address barriers or things that individuals are having difficulty with but are not allowed to use negative words doughnut show. My job tells me avoid all negative words. They can't tell somebody. You can't do that. They have to find a way to work around it. It's like Disney. Yeah. You get to wear a whistle. The job toke. Life coaches, do do they really I know lady who's a life coach. She said, no, we don't we don't use whistles SAB a whole lot cooler. We did. Yeah. That's so ridiculous. You know, like the career of a life coach is a traditional thing. Like, oh, it's ridiculous for me to think you wear whistle. But it's not ridiculous for you to call yourself alive code. Please. Come on. There's another one that's a restaurant that just says meet that used for one thing. One day is used for something totally different up to a few days later. Nice. Okay. It in water chop it up and put it into something else. And yeah. Yummy. She said not J as a as a job coach. She doesn't wear whistles. That you should coaches shorts. I used to be a nine one one dispatcher, and if someone called an asking to speak with officer or detectives, we would have to say that the officer are detected they ask for was not on duty. It was weird hiding officers from the public, really. Because they're calling. I don't understand that. Because they're calling them when one to speak to a specific officer, and it's supposed to be for emergencies spaghetti tell I don't know. I'm not a year. Yeah. Tell him. I'm not here. Keep me anonymous put some teachers not even certified or licensed in the high school subject teaching. Yes. That's. We ended on a high note down that one didn't. Connected funny with the ACT J show or. Dryer or the iheartradio app on Android auto and apple carplay. It's never been easier to get connected funny in the car and listen to the TJ show now eight hundred TJ. Here's a guy that told us your insider secrets he doesn't exactly what he does for a living. But he said, hey, we charge people ten dollars extra month. To get an English. Speaking tech on the phone every time. I'm no how that works. Yeah. How do you sell that like a premium package where you get that works? I would love to more would love them to the business, but he would want to share too much information at all you need to know. Right there. Well, no, thank you very much. And the lady says she works for company based out of Texas but worked from South Carolina, and they sell the Texas aspect of it. So she can't let people know she's working from home or not in Texas. She said tant your question people just assume I'm from Texas because I have a heavy southern accent? Yeah. They just go with it. And it never crosses their mind that she's not actually in Texas way. That a lot of figure. Well, we are Texas company which is not a lie. Yeah. Aware matt. Lorraine day today. I happen to be in South Carolina. But I'm still today. I'm working out of our office in Tucker. Lana. These people down here is freaks cool. Like, we are in Texas. I. What if she has to learn stuff about Texas? Geographic questions or whatever. Any of your people get hurt by the wildfire? Or I have some friends in that area of Texas. Oh, you know, like when you're going to the F FW in the assured favorite way to go. I'm in San Antonio. You start spinning a web of lies. That's not. That's not the area where I am. That's you gotta keep account of that. No. I don't know much about that. I'm not in that area. The panhandle. I'm in the man if you don't have our app you can out for free. Thanks to Papa John's, it's free and your apps for more show after show is on our app next. We'll see you tomorrow didn't get enough for more get the ACT TJ app in your app. Store is connected funny. Material copyright two thousand nineteen eighteen Inc.

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Karine Jean-Pierre: The History-Making Lesbian on Biden's Staff

"Hey before we get started. I want you to know that. Frank is the musi film for your holiday season. It is the heartwarming coming out and coming of age story written and directed by the academy award winner. Alan ball the film follows. Frank play by paul bethany and his niece bath play by sophia lewis on their journey home to visit their dysfunctional family. The families portrayed by judy. Greer steve zahn. Pierre mac dizzy. Lois smith margo martindale and stephen root amazon studios uncle. Frank is now streaming exclusively on prime video. Just in the president elect has announced the next white house. Communications team includes men in senior positions. Bite office there is so much being said right now about the incoming administrations communication seem to also celebrate. Especially on this podcast. Is that two of the seven names that been announced so far are queer. Airspeed towbar and corinne jean pierre. We're going to have to queer women of color in the white house and leadership positions acting as the face and voice of our government. It's wild that think about and for that reason. I wanted to bring you this interview. That i did with corinne that originally aired on a luminary app. We spoke almost exactly a year ago. When corinn's book moving forward was first published. The message of book is that all of us no matter what you might think of as a typical background or story for politician. All of us have a police in politics. If corinne jean-pierre a queer woman of color who immigrated to the us as a kid can make it in politics. She says so can you. When we spoke corinne was also appearing as a political analyst on nbc and msnbc. So you'll hear talk about that. As well as what she learned working for a wide wide wide array of politicians including john edwards anthony weiner and of course resident barack obama from the advocate magazine and partnership glad. I'm jeffrey masters. And this is lgbtq. And here's shop. Thank you for having me. Of course excited thank you. Let's jump in right that your story is not the typical political story. You're immigrant you're a woman or one of color you're a and that is not what we typically see in politics. Yeah and yet. I think it's easy to soon. That's changing with high profile examples. Like alexandria ocasio cortez omar and yet. Those are very much outliers right. Yes nor it is the norm and and like you were saying. I walk in so many different communities if you will like i present so many different communities and that was one of the parts of writing this book i wanted to. I think people get really afraid when a here politics and getting into politics or getting involved and so that's one part of it and they think the other part of it is that people always ask me even young people. They ask me all the time. I teach at columbia university. So i have young people taking my class yearly. And they say how did you get here. How did you get into the white house. Like how did you work in politics and get a different presidentials. So the purpose of the book is also to show. There's not one path and also as a person of color gay person a woman an immigrant. I wanted to show people who are all. Those things are one of those things like. Hey you know she did it. I can do it too. So i lay that out in a very detailed way. You know as an immigrant. I grew up being told. Oh you're going to be one of those three professions doctor lawyer or engineer. And that's i think anybody who's listening in. I grew up in an immigrant. Family could understand that and that didn't work out. I talk about that in the book. And then i talk about. I didn't get into politics until my mid twenties. And so but you're right. there's representation matters and there's not a lot of representation. Even now there are like aol see as you just mentioned others kind of outliers. It's still a very small percentage of women of color of people from different identities that are more diverse that's in the political arena. So the hope is that can encourage inspire people to not be afraid of the word politics And to just get involved because the way you make change is if you get involved you're yourself and you know watching tv even though you don't mention being gay every time it is a part. It is no secret nearly no. I've been out for a long long time. Yeah and i think that's something that is easy to see about you. Bring that up because i. I think there's a tension between you bring. Being gay does not need to come up in every conversations right. Yeah and yet. I think it so powerful to know that there is escape on tv. Like i also want you to for. He never really. I'm so glad you brought that up. Because i think about that sometimes because i'm like i'm out. It's not hard to know that. I'm that i'm out. I talk about my daughter. I talk about my partner in interviews. And it's out there but i don't lead with that you know it's like it's part of my multiple identities. I have multiple identities at so. It's a very interesting kind of way to be in the space and it's actually kind of funny when people are like. I didn't know you were gay. And i'm like how do you not know i'm gay. I've been out for a long time the like. Wow and so it's just. It's funny. But i am aware of it. I am conscious of it. I want to respect all of said all of the communities i represent in. Were you to bring it up every episode out. Say like oh my god. She brings every time he was like. What's wrong receiver. Don't bring up at like one like she didn't bring yeah. It's like you. Yeah yeah it's over. I don't know how people like majority of people feel about it. But i i just want to lead with my experience and kind of my smart. There's a reason at this table and everything else just complements me. you know. that's a great point. Yeah you know. We've mentioned the white house couple of times. Can you just explain for everybody. What your role was. Yeah so that was one of the most amazing opportunities I will never forget working in the white house for the first black president you know and i i miss those days. Yeah you know working in the white house you felt the responsibility. You felt the weight of the country on your shoulders the weight of the world and you wanted to be good at your job and not screw it up because you knew at least for me. I knew that. I was represent everything that i was doing. I was representing president. Barack obama if i went out and talk to people in different states picked up the phone i was representing barack obama and That experience was really wonderful. I worked in the white house office of political affairs. I was the northeast political director. And basically what that meant is i base managed the politics in about i think eleven or twelve states in the northeast and i had to have my finger on the pulse of what was going on and what people were saying. You know how people were feeling about the presidency and political specific political events. I've traveled with him and the vice president sometimes the first lady and also anytime we had to talk to a governor or mayor political figure in the state. I was the one managing that relationship and if he were to go into like new york or massachusetts or pennsylvania which was one of the states Having meetings with political figures. I was in the room i was with him. I was doing briefings. And i was briefing him. Writing memo's it was just amazing job. Amazing i was there the first two years which was i would argue the most hectic years. It was just an amazing experience so similar to my question about talking about being gay on tv. How open or not where you work in the white house. Oh wow. I was pretty open by then. We're talking about two thousand nine. Yeah i was pretty open. I was not i was out. I even did It gets better for the white house it gets better video and I was One of the people who produced it. And i was. I was also told my story on tape on video so i was out. I mean i had a partner at the time. She had been to the white house a couple of times with me for events by then i was. It was not a i was out. Yeah so barack obama during his first campaign and the first term of his presidency. He very finley stated that he was not in favor of gay marriage. Yeah i remember that yeah with like a work for during so it was so it was hard because back then in two thousand seven In that president in two thousand eight presidential election pretty much everybody i think was There was one candidate that was for gay marriage But everybody had the same kind of mentally around it and it was. Because i and it did bother me. I walked around really feeling a little bit like i wasn't appreciated or accepted. I worked for john edwards. I in two thousand seven then in two thousand eight He dropped out that. I went to go work for obama. I think for many of us who were out who were gay. It was part of politics. That was difficult. Are you saying that at that time. An anti gay marriage stance was not unusual. It wasn't unusual. Calm in. yeah you know. I think cinch maybe that was the only one who's running at that time for it. Do you think that barack obama being in favor of gay marriage wall. You'll still president is one of the things that turn the tide so quickly. I think so absolutely i never thought about that. I yeah i think so. I think when obama came out. And i think it was twenty eleven. Twenty two thousand twelve. Okay with twenty two right before the election. It's a tied at set a wave. I think when you have the president of the united states commander in chief a black man Making such a powerful strong statement. It doesn't mess message and He's you know popular people. respect him. you're talking about. Bring him bringing along. Also the religious community the black religious community and so that that was an important move When he did that because the now it's kind of amazing that and four short years no democratic candidate could've been anti gay marriage. Yeah yeah now now. You can't like now. It's like it's it's it would be out of step. Looks very out of step and to be fair to vice president biden and he was the one that i i don't know if you remember in two thousand twelve. He came out first and supported Marriage equality and then obama did. That's pretty unique for them to split like that and you know biden is an older irish catholic Man and he was there so in two thousand twelve. When barack obama announced that his position changed or ball yeah he slated conversations with friends. Family co workers. Yeah how victory. I would assume so because when i left you know like i said i was out Was no secret. And when i left the white house to go work in the administration you do this. Oval office kind of goodbye with the president. You take a picture with with the president and your your family. And i brought my girlfriend at the time and He knew i was going to go to move to chicago to work on the election. So it was you know he was very respective of it. You know very very respected. Very supportive of our relationships. Everyone who was there that that had a same sex partner and i think he was always ready. I don't think he was. I don't think he wasn't. I think it's the being out. Publicly was the step that he took but he was always in support of us. You're saying was a political calculation. I mean that's you know that's the it's politics right. That's kind of the name of the game. But i think he was hoping to move helped move the country with where he was. You know. it's like you kind of have to get the country there or you know people feeling where you know get them to educate them and get them to that point and then he came out publicly. That's fascinating now with the girlfriend. You mentioned yeah. I don't want to move past that because you broke that you got to work at the white house around seven. Am you didn't leave before nine pm. Yeah janda that if your boss email you at two. Am aspect of response. Yeah that just sounds horrible to me. It's tough it's tough surprise. You were able to maintain a relationship not very well. Why she's an ex girlfriends ex-girlfriends for many reasons but that's one of the particular. Yeah it's hard you twelve hour days or more six seven days a week and there's a task at hand it is helping to run the country helping to push you know the platform of the president and do the people's business. I mean that is what it calls for you know. Now you're a mom. Yeah could you even have considered having kids know. Our daughter is five years old. She's amazing wonderful kid and if you had told me six years ago seven years ago hey corinne you're gonna live in the suburbs. You gotta have a child. You're going to have this wonderful amazing partner. You're going to have a dog and you're going to live in a cold and it's going to be wonderful and amazing i would have said. Are you kidding me. Because i spent the last ten years of my life working on campaigns one campaign from another campaign not staying at a job all that long because of the campaign component and what that means sleeping on different couches living in one city for three months once for six months and so it is it was just not something that i never saw myself being in one plays raising a child and what that all meant and having a loving partner and i have that and so i'm i'm shocked. I'm shocked that. I have the lifetime down. I'm happy one hundred and ten percent. That is so funny. Yeah your experience. In politics. With john edwards and anthony weiner both of those people had really high profile scandals. Yeah since that was your initial entry into politics part of you ever wonder if that is just how all politicians are so. It's interesting because i. I have a have a chapter call flawed candidates and i bring it up because any any young person who's in politics. They may have to deal with something like that and one of the things that we do. Is we elevate people. We put them on. A pedestal and people are flawed. No one is perfect and so. That's something that i talk about. It and i also want young people to be able to take care of this themselves if you have a flawed candidate and what does that mean. So when i worked for anthony weiner it was before carlos danger and all of all of the insanity and the really quite awfulness of what happened there. He was when i worked for him. It was three months in two thousand eight was between the edwards dropping out and obama and working on obama and he was the darling he was actually the darling of the democratic party. People thought he was gonna run for mayor. Maybe senator one day governor but they had high hopes for him because he was great communicator. That's always something that i say about him. He was he was a hard worker. Communicator wrote. He's one of the most gifted politician. I he is one of the most gifted politicians i've ever ever seen just watching him his press secretary at the time and i happen to leave because somebody from that. I worked on the edwards campaign. Who is now with the obama campaign getting ready at the time to get the general election ready reached out and she said hey. Do you want to move to chicago and worked in the general election for obama. I said yes. And i left. So i wasn't there for very long but i wanted to bring that up and talk about fly candidates now edwards kind of the same the new. I was working for edwards and there was the national enquirer had broke The story that he had an affair but it was denied. Nobody really believed it was kind of weird because and also it's the national enquirer so it was it was kind of murky and then months later it was proven to be to be true and so much more came so much more came after that in context i wasn't there when they were quote unquote flawed. But i know that it's something that sits on my resume. Right worked for anthony weiner and i worked for john edwards so i wanted to put that in the in the book because we do this thing of elevating people and people are flawed and we should care more about their platform and their issues and what they're pushing out more than the person and it's hard because politics is is that game you know. It's really the person that we look at. Yeah and i think a lot about what makes a good politician verse. What makes somebody want to be a politician. And like i think he wrote about in your book but like i have to wonder if like a massive ego is just requirement i think it is i think narcissism ego plays a big role. I mean just think about it. You think that you are the best person to run the free world for example right. You think you're the only one that could change you know. Change the country or move it into a certain direction that takes a lot of ego. It takes a lot of narcissism I think that is is part of the ingredient. And i think to look something that i uh z. Is that like what our of egos is gender to bet. Because i see women having an issue and like what i can identify is it appears to be like a lack of ego when also we don't allow women have an ego but we demand it like run for president. Yeah it's it's interesting because you think life would be so much better of women had women would be able to run the country altogether. But i think there's a couple of things that play into that i think yes. I think there is some bias sees when it comes to gender biases when it comes to we say already for a woman president and then we're really an odd but i remember in two thousand sixteen. There were focused groups During that election and women were asked some women to ask. Oh you know what you think about. Pre potential president clinton about her candidate san. They say a woman should not be you know. It's not a woman. Women can't be president so there is there. Is this kind of old school. Thinking that i think truly exists out there. I thought that the flawed politician chapter was interesting. Because here are really talented politicians. John anthony weiner of bill clinton to a certain extent. They're amazing politicians. Who also have this need to at best. Behave in appropriately at worse behave illegally owned. It's like if they could just get rid of that like personal life and he showed up and so hot too high regard. Yeah it's it's disappointing. I mean this is the point. It's like people are human and they're flawed. You know and want to understand that people are not perfect and that's the problem with elected officials with people and political space. We tend to lift him up in that regard you know and we forget their flight. You know not. Everyone is perfect. They're human you know they're not superheroes as a naturalized citizen. Do you think of a different view on politics Well i'll say this. Both my parents were born in haiti. i was born in martinique. They grew up in a dictatorship. And so i think in this current moment when you have a president that seems to love dictators more than our allies and praises dictators and ignores our allies growing up in a haitian household. You're very aware of what it means to live. In a dictatorship and so one of the things that i worry about is our democracy. We are a young democracy. Two hundred and forty two hundred fifty years old. And i don't think people realize that you know hearing those stories and knowing the history of by the country of my parents birth so a level of fear that i understand That i worry about. Because i have that history. So that's my biggest biggest concern. And i think that also motivates me to really try to inspire and motivate others to get involve in politics. Does it motivate you. Want to run for office. I get asked that question all the time. Oh shocks so. I've thought about it in the past. That's like my most honest answer right now for me. I want to get him out in twenty like the focus is getting people energized. Getting people out there making sure like we take back our country and twenty twenty. And then after that i can figure out. What's next for me. Like i said i teach I teach at a university Grad students and undergrad students and they asked me for advice. All the time and the advice that i give them as follow your passion. Follow what you believe in what moves you and everything else will come. Because i i truly believe that's true. Okay let me push back for a second because you in the book. Describe yourself as a late bloomer. I think like early on you did not know what your passion. So what do you tell a student. Who's in that position. And i tell them it's okay. I tell them i. It's good to be a late. Bloomer it's good to get that experience. Don't stress yourself out don't You don't feel like you have to be like everybody else. You are your own person you know. And that's that's part of the book too. It's like you will find your own path and once you find it you'll take off what happened to me once i found by pat my passion and was excited about it clearly. Because it's your passionate about it. I took off and in a few short years. I ended up in the white house. I mean that is. That's what i mean. You know you go with where your heart is and even you know when you when you asked me about running for for for office right now. I'm doing my passion. My passion is working for progressive organization. That's part of this resistance that we call it in the past three years and being on tv and having a voice in having a platform. And i love it. I love it. Because i making a difference and being a voice for people who feel like they don't have a voice and that's my passion and everything you just described also gives you time to have a family. It's hard but Yeah i mean you know. I'm you know on a book tour. I'm gone gone for days and days and days and it's hard because i have not seen my little one but yeah you know i. I think the reason that i'm saying. And i'm not stressed-out or i'm not like you know having a crazy crazy time of it in the past three years. Is i have a family you know i have. I can take a break. And i forced myself to take a break and focus on you know my partner and my daughter and our dog and do family things and it is. It is good to be loved and know that there's a place of love to go to and it's good to be supportive and it's good to have that escape and i i sat because i think there's a sense in in the united states today that you can be career ambitious but to be like family and personal life. Ambitious is less like socially acceptable talk about. I push people to do it. It matters it matters to. I think it's great to be you know. Career career wise focus and ambitious. There's nothing wrong with that. And i was. I was like that. Like i said earlier for you know until six years ago and it's changed my life. It's made me a lot happier. And maybe some people they don't want that it's just great. I mean i don't wanna push family on me you know it's not for everyone and i totally understand that in. Sometimes someone's career makes them really happy when they're in one hundred percent or just achieving whatever goals they have for themselves absolutely. Yeah i don't want to push family on people just the push. I wanna ask more questions. We're almost out of time. But you right that you still feel hopeful about the future of america and i think that contradicts a little bit of what you said about the dictator. You're scared out so you just mind explaining that a bit. Yeah so. I'll go back to twenty seventeen inauguration day and I was part of part of a broadcast and i was giving my political commentary. The next day the women's march happened and hundreds of thousands of women Descended on washington dc. I got to see it. I got to talk about it on. Tv and it was inspiring and the next weekend we had the muslim ban which was awful but then people showed up organically at airports and protested and offered their services. And you know. Then you fast forward to the repeal of aca you had people who showed up and put their bodies on the line like the disability communities and many other communities and said no. We're not gonna repeal. Aca there has just been moment. After moment families belong together there was a family becomes together. This is connected to twenty eighteen when we learned about the zero tolerance policy where the trump administration was separating babies from their parents at the border and people came together and they said this is not the country that we to be. And so i. I have seen these wonderful moments that give me hope while i'm as you said about what. What donald trump means to our democracy long-term there is hope and i think that's kind of where i fall there. I think i see. I see it and i know it exists and i think we can be hopeful. You just have to work and that was korean. John air really serving as a brand new principal. Deputy press secretary in the biden white house now if you enjoyed the interview. Please make sure that you're subscribed and please will spread the word and social media. The podcast is everywhere at lgbtq pod. I'm also everywhere at jeff masters one. I love hearing from you and connecting every week but also when you post about us when you text your friends about us loser all the biggest ways you can help. Our show continued to grow and continue to exist to be completely honest. So thank you thank you. Thank you so much to everyone. Who does that or brought to you by the advocate magazine in partnership glad. Come check out all of our amazing work at advocate dot com and glad dot org. I'm jeffrey masters. And i will see you next week. With adam. eli the activists in community organizer. It is another great conversation so do not want to miss it all right. I'll see that.

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Ep.1 Nude Photos

Someone's Gotta

35:48 min | 2 years ago

Ep.1 Nude Photos

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We're going to talk about them because everybody wants to know about them, and we're gonna have a rotating guest panel which starts, none of us are experts at any. But it's going to start with Marissa and Casey. Hi. That was a sensual. Tell us about humorous. Okay. What, what do you want to know? I don't know. But speed date. Okay. My name's Marissa. I'm twenty six I was born in Germany, moved to the states claim to be a Colorado native because I moved here, and I was six months. But some people said that doesn't count. And if you were an expert in anything, what would it be can I cuss on this? Yes, yes. Me. Professional fuck girl. Oh. Hello. Okay. Casey. Now you gotta follow that up. I don't know how to professional fuck players that. Tell us about you. I'm twenty six moved here to Denver about ten months ago. So claim sees a native is why do clean that. And Casey is my resident not boyfriend. Everyone in the office thinks he's my boyfriend and he's not. So I like to call them the resident arm peace, but he likes his name better. So we're going to stick with that topic. Number one today is nude pictures juicy. Casey was like I don't think I should be on this episode. I've never sat one. I was like, that's why you should be on. What is true? One not even one. Not even once not even a shirtless pick. I've gotten a shirtless picture of you. I don't think Snapchat. You just weren't wearing a shirt, I think, lucky you then. Wow, that's. What would your mother say? Listen to this. I know I'm always like dad dad, don't listen to this. I write a blog too, and I'm always I start them with Dodd over this. Maria. What about you on the nudes? Oh, huge advocate. Sounds like you're partly a women's March. It's an advocate advocate of the nude. Yeah. I feel like there's a market for everything. I know that I could never run for political office, because I have no idea who has my nudes. At this point. Do you feel the same way? Or do you think it's gonna change? No. I feel like it's the same. But it's I do it for the thrill. Like I'm like, oh, this could come back when I'm Cam. What do you think you would prevent you from doing in life, or running for office? But I have no interest in doing that. And that's it. Yeah. I think eventually we're going to find someone that catches up to now the internet is out there. So what about Anthony Weiner called up to him just saying exactly he just was running for political office? Yeah. So I think for definitely political figures in general. It's a thing to think about if you decide to do that. But I'm not she's not. Yeah. Well, but also like with our generation though, like when they do go to run for office, Amy if you're running for mayor something like ten years on the line, and your nude comes up. I want to vote for you more. Nude is good. A plus always call it the gallery because, you know, it's takes a lot to take those photos and you just save them know your angles, remember what you told me about the date. The photos how you, you have to like get rid of the day or screech out the photo. So they don't see when your life hack. Yeah. People need to know that so okay. So when you send a new to somebody whatever it's the first day you take when you send it, they're going to keep it forever. They're going to see it in their cloud, and it's going to show up on the date that you sent it. So what I have found is that if you send an old nude in year man, saves it or whoever you're sending it to it shows that date. So it'll you can have it like super old and it totally like all those too old though, I would say six months. Oh, six months, I'm rocking two years. So this thing we update this sometimes I like my hair's. Not that logging same. Same same. I'm like, just cut one. Sunshine's when you get a nude, it's not like they're really gonna notice your hair is a little bit shorter longer. Right. I always say not like you're looking at my hair, right? I dislike so I feel like when I do when it's like from my collarbone down. Yes. So my hair could be out for all they know. Right. Well my hair used to be PB pass boob. So you just can't get rid of it. You know. Right. How do you how do you decide who gets a nude and who doesn't everybody gets a nude everybody? Wow. Do you find that there are certain women that send nudes versus not sending nudes as a guy, it's tricky, because some some girls are into it and some rules or not. And you kind of to gauge you know how to ask for that. Casey is seen my news. I have I've never seen your new. I'll show you some new. Okay. I, I always liked to go with the less is more approach, because really, they saw hall of me would okay? No. Or not going there. That's me. I just think that, you know, when you give them a little hint. It's a lot sexier. Like there's an air of mystery option. Yeah. Like what's under that? Okay. You know what I mean? I respect that I love that resident man. I agree with that. I think you need to leave a little to the imagination. That's that's still point that, right? It's got to be hot and make me wanted to see in person. He's like he has about right now. Out, I am hiding detailing asleep listening to Casey DOE. He's like, yeah. They they're really good. Well back to this really quick. So if you're going to send if you're going to repurpose an old nude, the hack is you need to screen shot it so that way your most. Recent picture has today's date so that when you send it and they save it to their phone because let's be honest, but also they all save it even when you break up. And they're like knowing your new false year liar. I know you saved it because it was so good. Right. My ex husband. He like two months after we broke up mentioned that he you know, how to good time with the photos and I was. Well Awo you need to delete, those. I thought that was like an I deleted every picture of you. And he was like, oh, I thought they were mine. And I'm like excuse me. Oh, yeah. So the common courtesy to delete them. You should start deleting them now. Okay. Right. On that. He's still eating. News folder of news, older of moods. God. Okay. So you've never sent a nude, but you like getting them. Yeah, I think I appreciate sediment, for sure. But yeah, I've never sent one myself because I don't know, I guess I could turn back to you, guys you like to see a male nude. There's a tasteful way to do it. And I think there's a very fine line. I think ninety percent of them are very aggressive. Asking for. So here is that sexual assault? On at least harassment. Yeah, I've gotten some at dinner before. And then I'm like, hey guys, so for. Dick, a Sephora guy. Unsolicited nudes are off the table. Yeah. You guys don't appreciate just a random Pena's bobbing up. Absolutely. It's never funny. No. Because you don't want your man's dick to be funny. You know what I'm saying? That's fair. I agree with that. When they send him off, like just randomly. And you're not turned on then. Yeah. I think it's very distasteful. Yeah. Agreed. But there are some moments when I'm like, oh, let me see it. You know what I mean win are those moments heated conversation, and you're like, yes, please give it to me. Right. Right. Sounds. Like so you say ninety percent of men are on the Mark. But then, when it's a heated conversation, they need to know that that's happening. Well, they'll know he'll be like, you know, more your dick. Yeah. Okay. Sometimes, I've gotten them like one time I was talking to this dude about the weather like literally, he was like. Oh, yeah. I think it's going to snow tomorrow. And then he signed me, a snapshot of his dick, and I said, why did you do that? And he just never responded ever, because he's embarrassed. Yeah. Maybe I'm barest think he wasn't barris. Would you be embarrassed? Yeah. Probably if a woman reacted to your dick, and that way. Yeah. But I mean, if we're talking about the weather, then I feel like I wouldn't have something in the first place, right there. There is a time in place. There isn't time and place when it comes to mail nude now for female time Henny anytime is the right time. There's no bad time. Never. Okay. But then how does it make you feel to know that like fifteen year olds probably send nudes discussing? But like we taught them that behavior didn't we? I don't know if our generation taught them that behavior but like. India. Yeah, I see snow. Oh, yeah. Is snap chat for Newt's hundred percent. I've kind of respect if you if you add me on Snapchat, and you message senior, like what's up? What's up? I know it's coming and I probably won't respond. So when I give someone my Snapchat are they assuming that I'm going to send them news? Is it are you is it a what's the context? Sure like a from an online dating website in. He has my number. But I'm like, Jeff Snapchat. Is he like, oh, yes? Yes. That's a guy. Yes. Yeah. I think you get into day not right now. I feel like if you are meeting, someone and have their number, and you propose Snapchat as a mode of communication. Or they're married. Everybody note, or they're married. What do you what do you because people talk on soundtracks disappears? Oh, yeah. Yeah. So they're either married or they're going to send nudes. I like that one yeah. Married. Mersa just burp gross. Yeah, I think south chat can sometimes be sketched also because you can now save images and save, like conversations. Can you delete ones that you have sent that were saved like in the chat? Oh, that's a I don't actually know feel like that's a safety feature. We should implement snapped out. We're open for endorsements. Yes. So we're looking for or looking for sponsors. And I know you love this. Nudes. Okay. But then how do you know like there's, there's a difference between when you're sending nudes to be like raunchy, or you're sending them to a significant other do disagree? Yes. And no. I think like when you're in a relationship with somebody, you can send a modest one or you can send a nasty one like if they're on their way home from work and you just like, really want to get their Jimmy's in a bunch. I think you could do it. People say that all right, if you want to get their dick hard as you mean. Okay. Also, then you don't have to be as worried about, like year photos, ending up on some like raunchy website over Snapchat, or to your significant other to your significant other. I don't know if play when you're sending Snapchat, like I don't think you can really think about the future or like when you're sending nude I don't really think you can think about the future. Like if you're going to do it, it's wrong, and there is, it's, it's wrong but you're yeah, I had air quotes, you're being vulnerable yet. You're being vulnerable and also like there is risk there like there is a possibility that this could end up on a website or this could be used as blackmail. And like for some people like I think the risk, and the thrill of it, right? That's what gets them. You know, I've talked to two people that have had it like come back to blackmail. And one of them is my like hot bird. Dish boyfriend. I want him to boyfriend you blackmail him. No. But he told me and I'm telling his story, niobe doesn't listen to this. He has who's going to be like, I trusted you. I trusted you, I don't know how he talks. But he said he was talking to like an older woman who is like China bat shit crazy. And he sent her like one picture. And he black she blackmailed him with it and was going to send it. Well, no, she sent it to his family and friends. And then I have another friend who I was casually seeing in, he told me that he didn't want to send nudes because I was so into him like every night, and like I've had sex with him in a bathroom obsessed with them. Yeah. I just wanted to see it and he's like I don't do that anymore. And you told me that someone's screen shotted, and like, told him blackmailed him for money. And like had it all queued up in his Facebook to send it to all of his friends isn't that scary so scary? But backed here I friend. Okay. Yeah. His family and friends did. Yeah. They saw his. Okay. So what happened will nothing was this family xactly. Yeah. I think that's the worst thing that can happen to you is your employer or your grandpa. Parents or your parents get the nude. I don't like could you Graham burns or old? I'm so sorry. But okay. So your family gets it. Whatever you must up, you're not perfect. It's the digital age. Like I hope you have, like understanding parents because they were not perfect either, like if they had solve was back in the day, they probably would have done it. I'm more worried about the employer. I don't know. It was that, like, could you get fired, if they were sending if you're sending it to your co workers and you had like. Depends. I mean, what if you're a teacher or a CEO of accompanying, then you have to really, you know, tried water there? But again, I think it's like you can't control that situation like it's not you can control it, though by not sending the nude, okay? Yep. Okay. Say the play and narcos Archer main point. There is a risk with every new that you said. And if you're going to send it you've got to be willing to take that risk as I have gotten more tattoos. I've been like I need to keep these out of the photos because they identify me, who has it apple who hasn't gone down their arm. You know what I'm saying? God, it when you send it to when you send a new to somebody, but then also like tattoos are very suck cruel. You know what I'm saying? So it's part of my sex appeal. So then I'm always like, well, I should just trust them are tattoos sexual Casey, he's excellent. That time a tattoo on her finger that she's now showing Casey, and it's like slightly faded. I'm hiding under the desk. He's he he, he wants to tell people not to get too with Ben he thinks they're so hot. Skiing. Why am I will never have to find them very hot but not for his future wife. I feel like it's very weird. It's right. He wants his future wife to be modest. But then right now he wants to bang fucking weirdos ticks. Pats. Are you ready? Oh, as a female and this is for you. Casey, d you think less of a woman that sends you a nude? You don't really okay? Not at all. When I first started talking to Casey. I was like, terrified of what he would think of me as, like a grownup adult that sent a nude. Yeah, maybe I was just like fucking weird and like didn't have my life together because they're like sending nudes. Right. An alike sexting, and I think it's all about the attention at the end of the day, right? Thing them for sure. I think it ends on the person. Yeah. Getting him horned up and stuff. Yeah. Yes. Louis, I think everyone wants to feel sexy, so right? I feel like some people send nudes for themselves to validation just they're like I look, I look fire today. I'm going to send this someone's going to enjoy it sometimes I'd take them and have no one to send them to you that I'll just like keep up in the gallery. Keep them in the vault. But I flashed like the entire staff today too, so on that could have been a good nude. Wasn't I? Telling you on accident, I forgot to wear an undershirt in, like my cleave is Rockin. So it just kind of kept separating the shirt of like. It was the best. So also on the topic of nudes. I think they're for dudes out there Casey. I think there is a right way to respond when you receive a nude. So what's that acute? So, okay. Yes, baby. I fucking love that. Yeah. Exactly. Amy that responses exactly what you want. So there's some people out there that you send a new to your man, or vice versa to your woman, and they say, like we're, we're Chit like, thank you. It's like. What telling him hot? Tell me also. They can't do is. That's hot. Yeah. I fucking know. It's hot. Yeah. But that's the end of the conversation. That was one of my questions like, do you does conversation ensued after that? What do you want to happen? Yes, conversation. Definitely ensues. Yeah. I want a sexed after that what it has to be the right conversation. Well, it's not going to be should we have chicken wings for. Don't make don't be weird about it. But, like if someone sends you need, like that's them being vulnerable over. You've just said it twenty nine thousand nine year being vulnerable, and like they're opening up to USA lake. Appreciate that, like, yes, it is a raunchy nude, but they're also like exposing themselves to you, so you want to be like, wow, like you're so beautiful. I can't wait to see like something. So freaking cute, you can't make super dirty, but actually go for the dirty. The sweet stuff does not go with pictures of my nipples. Depends on the resistant full. I love your hair in that photo. Yes, they can't wait to take you to dinner. You know what I mean? Like I want to know that I made you hard. And again, I think that depends on the nude like if you're sending the raunchy ones like you are. Then we'll you my news right now. Let's review. Yeah. Working to live on air. Well, okay. It's not live. Where is the coordinator draw the line between raunchy and sensual, most of mine are central 'cause I can't do raunchy? But if they're of, of the downstairs, they're raunchy air raunchy. Yeah. And I try not to send those off to look through my gallery. Stop it. You do not my nude safe. Tasteful is my favorite one to start with. Yes. Tasteful. Oh, tasteful. Yes. Queen so tasteful is basically what they're showing me is still cloth, wearing lingerie not on new, though. I won't send like fully nude until I like, no that the person's clutch, so there's stages of own ability. Yes. Oh, that's by year cases like seeing it. Without a higher. Little nude. Yeah. And I'm like trying to get better at aspects. You take aspects. Yeah. I can. So we'll host a workshop probably ladies, listen to all workshop, nude workshop, also the men also yet love men aspects is the best one I've ever gotten was from. That guy was telling you about that got blackmailed. He sent me one ever, and it was a Snapchat. And he is his body is like rock hard and he was standing. And I love a man's ass. You know what I'm saying? So the mirrors behind him, and it was just like of his full like back, and he is just so muscular, his ass is just, like, yes. Yes, oh, that I was like, please come over now. You know, so Nazia response is, yes, please. Come over now. Toit little ass over here. Yes. Come on baba over here, baby. Yeah. So, like, maybe some man aspects if they're if they're tweet their toys, men listening. That's what you start out with. Are they? There could be I like when a dude has his hands in his boxers. Oh like he's grow Xers though. Yeah. Saying his managers need to be a little more creative. And like work into it. Like don't don't show me the dick send the. Starting with the fucking vagina. It's like okay. Well, all right. Thank you. Thanks. I had one that was like an Hombre dick one time. Yeah. And then you're like, how do I respond to this? An Hombre Hombre dick. Yeah. I don't know. And then like, if it's circumciser, not circumcised, how do you react to? I mean like I don't I don't know anything about this about, like my wheelhouse. I hear about them all they got this cast them out. But we could add that to the topic list, uncircumcised, definitely don't want to see a picture of one. I mean I don't know again. You're right. I, I know nothing about them. Casey, what if anything would get you to send a nude, send nude? Yeah. Like you do. Oh, me a nude some day like we do have a deal. But someday, he's going to send me a video of him doing helicopter, dick, because that's just hilarious. Yeah. That is great. Yeah. It's not an attractive thing. Whoa, whoa, slow. It's not. I don't wanna see again, your dick is not a joke. That thing can fucking own me. That's what I wanted to be like. I like to make me laugh that Marissa's like on. On thinking about helicopter, that's funny to me, like I like it. I just can't think of Dick's that way. But I like yes, twirly yet, we're really. I don't like was like a pinwheel dick. He wanted to make the noises too. This helicopter noises. Is that it I don't know if the Mike pick that up who no, that's not. Rila now. What is? Casey knows, you know, if you totally encourage me, you put a YouTube video on the background of Alec after is truly thought this through. That's funny. See day. That's good Dahmer's is going to get it before. I do probably. Okay. Would your parents be upset if they knew that you sent nudes? Yes. One hundred percent. Yes. See, my dad is very European. I don't think he wants to see the nudes but f-. That's gross. Yeah. He always encouraged me to be proud of my body and like feel sexy. Right. I think you could definitely spin it. That's what I'm doing right now doubt, if you listen to this measure, your make it two minute twenty nine. Itself. I talked about self confidence. Oh. Well, your parents, you don't you haven't sent to new so they're proud. They are God. That's incredible. That was a credible. The best part of this podcast. Also, like I've siblings, and I don't my siblings very open their sex lives with their partners. So I've never been shamed of that. Very open sexual family though. It only push the side. Well, we don't talk about like we talked to ago. But like my brothers are very into their wives Bush should be. Yeah. My family's very reserved. My parents like touched each other all day long like not sexually, but like they were very affectionate. What do you mean? Like the kiss. They shower Taylor every day. Really? Yeah. And not like like they didn't bang. I don't know if they bang the char, but I know they had a lot, and we had an outdoor shower. My family's like very European. I said, so they'd like shower outside together. Yeah, that is European thing. That's not my family all from Iowa, though. So. Oh, god. Really must robed up on her on her. Oh, god. But, like I just I think I've always thought about like sexual permit skewed a little differently because my family is is not like they go around talking about all the time. But they're open about it. Right. American general is pretty prude on stuff like that. Marica. I don't know. Yeah, my family's not like that at all. They if, if my news tuna right, other conservative that they are conservative. What if Waylon new availa would beat the shit out of me? La. What is that the? Oh, god. Sorry. Jeez. Oh my God. It's, it's a say how much do you have a lot? It's just so like when they take off their shoe and they beat you. Banik thing. Spit on, you know what? I don't know. I was just like being about humiliation. Like, sometimes like if you're about if you've got to do something that they didn't. They don't want like my mom would take off her Santa like, slap it on her hand just to make the sound and we'd be just scared. See my mom would do that. But she do like Shannon little pincher out, and she'd go under your arm. And then she twist your arm fat who. She didn't come my brother and church in, like it was so quiet. And he was making noise she did it and he goes out. Church and she'd never did it again. I was like you are the goat Matthew go. How did you get disciplined? Yes. Daddy. News coming out. Oh, I don't know. PC's perfect. He's running for president tease never sent a new. I'm gonna send a new next time to me. Ooh. One did I will get back to you on how goes though, okay tonight, one romantic though, fucking helicopter. Yeah. Interest, none. No. What? In your like almost married, if my husband sent me a helicopter dick, I'd be like. Okay. Now did. Yeah. I'm like he did it in the bedroom might laugh. But like if you send it to me, and, like, try, here's a thing like I think that people are self conscious enough about their bodies. The I don't ever want sex to be a joke. Like I think like honking boobs, and like all that stuff is really weird. It's hard sing. Cussing new. Yes. My ex husband would do it all the time where he just like wanna do like Laffy things during sex, and be like, no, that's I don't like that. Yeah, it's like humiliating, and I wanna feel sexy. Sure. Sure. So, maybe if you do helicopter dick after we have sex all laugh in. It'll be really funny. Like I don't none verse nude. The last cheeks, I knew. And it's something that, like I think if you're gonna like helicopter Dixon vide-, or like it kind of, like it's either got to be a really good friend has to be a friend or she's significant other that you've been dating for like a very long time. True true. True. Yeah, you're right about those nodes, right? Right about those new Amy, you want to describe a tasteful nude for all the men listening like a of a girl, no of do give. About my rock-hard the atom or two, and then the hand number rows, bekker's browser water Frau's. Trousers trousers. Oh, yes. So if you're going with the hand in the trouser you have to be wearing some type of sexy boxer no fruit of the loom. Yeah. You know what I'm saying, Calvin? Oh, yeah. Oh, shoot. One of those ones shopping list, right? Plaque, calvin. Underline black. Folks are out on the soak. Boxers are out there is a brand though. That's like oh, they're called Saks. Those things are sexiest hell. They're really soft Cup your balls. I here where do you get them? Any fine retail destination. Okay. So we're looking for podcast annoyed. He's probably. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. For sure. So I think you need to step up the underwear game and really for me. I have a double standard because like I'm not super skinny, but I need to see a guy with a six pack. Okay. I don't I know that that's something that's wrong with me. I don't care to see your nude. If you don't have much going on. Okay. I mean, I'll see you naked but I don't need a picture of it. I know that that's really rude body. The. Oh my God. You like. I think it comes the confidence like if you own your nude. You tell me. But if someone was like six foot three fifty you'd want the new pick it own it. I think you could own it. Okay. I think there's a way you can own. I don't wanna maybe I'm just I don't think nudes are anything to like. To bash body. Shame like this is you've you can't think nudes are for everybody to send in to receive when wanted on both. Take that away. Sunt is sexy. Yes. Unsolicited is not okay. No. I'm speak tools harassment. How're assessment so boys less you warm up. I the but pick. Hick? But in back on back on there were pick. Yeah. Keep the hand in if you wanna put the tip out a little bit. I'm gonna Ford was hot to me. I'm like. I think you gotta build up to it. Of course. Yes, can help a lot of men out there. I honestly dudes pick. I wanna see the face, which I know girls wanna see the or guys wanna see the face to. But I don't I don't need to put the face and there, but I want, I don't you don't. I've yet to meet a man that has an attractive, Otis. But even if they're just like biting, their lip or something, I'm into it. New. Never. No. I think that's just like my preference. Because that's how I send my news is that. I don't put my face in it. So why would I ask you to I'm a big two way street kind of personnel. What Casey wants told me? What had Casey wants faces better than everything? I know I've never forgotten it that is the most beautiful thing I've ever boyfriend though. Not. I know at you know that, you know how I feel about that. I know. But yet the faces everything I guess, for dudes. They like the face someone asked me for face today. Just a picture of what I was firing. And I was like I don't I haven't done my hair yet agree. I like to see the face point was that you said you like to see the face high case listening. Hi, thank you for joining us that of the podcast. 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Ben Thomas, Washington, former FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe says the F B I had good reason to investigate whether President Trump was in league with Russia. After he fired FBI director, James Komi. Mccabe says the president tried to publicly undermined the investigation into potential coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia up. Pope Francis is summit on preventing clergy sex abuse begins on Thursday, but the day before that organizers will meet with victims. Peter is Louie victim who founded an activist group says he is not sympathetic with those who say it's going to be tough for the pope to deal with this issue, whatever difficulty him or discomfort. This is for anybody in the papal palace. It's nothing compared to what survivors have had to undergo Eisley as at the Vatican. This week ahead of that summit. A prayer vigil last night for five workers shot dead that suburban Chicago manufacturing plant last week. 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Thursday Red Pill Diaries-The CoronaCoup Cant Save Biden From Ukrainegate or #Killary

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

09:47 min | 11 months ago

Thursday Red Pill Diaries-The CoronaCoup Cant Save Biden From Ukrainegate or #Killary

"Now it may be that. Trump may determine that he'd rather run against the damaged creepy Joe Biden then Crooked Hillary for the second term. But it's looking more and more like likely like there's going to have to a coup of some sort inside the Democrat Party so that Hillary Hillary who's gassing up and waxing down and making all nice and evil her broomstick malefic sent one so that killary can ride into the rescue and all of a sudden. It's the thrilla in Manila to its trump versus killary. To the whole thing happens all over again. Now here's the kicker Taylor is damaged goods there's investigations going on Tom. Fitness Judicial Watch has to four request one of which has been granted. And there's a there's an actual court in in In more on the Potomac River. Here's a court that is actually subpoenaed in order to admit his Clinton killary to appear to give a deposition under oath on the email server the. She claims she never had that little thing. I use because I e mails between personal and I always just trying to divide the two. Yeah bridges in Arizona over oceans are for sale to now mid his killary. Clinton got out of this one temporarily because another judge issued an a stay or an injunction against they The deposition or the grand jury testimony. I'm not sure which it was an any any event that's been put on hold. That ain't going away either. We now know all sorts of stuff about Benghazi. And what did that? We did not know and two thousand and sixteen. We also now have any. We didn't have this in two thousand and sixteen the feds now also have Anthony Weiner Pewter people forget about all these things do never forgets about any of this to the Fed the federal rallies are in possession of the laptop of Anthony Weiner. Why does that matter? He was married. Abidine who is that calories? Chief of staff and rumored you know Over really what was on the laptop to well? According to the NYPD who broke their silence who sought and then we're summarily dismissed all sorts of email correspondence between killary and abidine and all sorts of world players. Disgusting Business at the State Department should not have been discussing and there were discussing it on unsecured servers meaning Yahu Google Cetera et Cetera. How do you recover for many of this year's which is why I was laughing? When Robert Murray Publishes spellbinding prediction on Tuesday at the American fake Conservative magazine site? That trump's toast he will lose in twenty twenty had no accomplishments ending into Mexico. City policy would be good enough for me to vote for election as long as that stands Getting this remains to be seen how this pans out. But what if the Supreme Court decisions come down or at the end of this month or early next month five four or six three majorities to uphold Alabama Georgia in Louisiana's reason pro-life acts with cavenaugh and Gorsuch for voting in the affirmative? Now if that happens and I suspect that it will Because I don't think that Roberts is GonNa Kabosh that he may. I haven't really preyed upon it and asks the question but I think that those laws are are ultimately upheld And if they do then you have the coalition of pro-lifers lining up behind the most pro-life president in the history of the United States as sends it became necessary to be pro-life masks. Don John a Manhattan. That's wise John. Donne Jonah Manhattan. So all of this is adding up here to be one hell L. controversy number one. So that's major now. 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Ep. 749 - Hong Kong, Where They Wave Our Flag

The Andrew Klavan Show

46:24 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 749 - Hong Kong, Where They Wave Our Flag

"C._n._n. Anchorman chris cuomo apparently doesn't like being called freida cuomo says the phrase is an insult meant to imply that he's the dumbest member of a powerful awful italian family with a father who raised them from poverty to the heights of influence and a brother who inherited that mantle and became a representative evil and therefore fritos racial slur when cuomo was recently approached by right wing troll of called him freight. Oh he lost his temper and launched into a foul mouth rant threatening the troll with violence and saying he would ensure the troll and all his friends were massacred in a groundbreaking cinematic montage during the baptism of his matthew after the incident cuomo released a statement through family lawyer. Tom hagen saying quote calling me. Frail is an insult unlike prado. I can handle things and i'm smart not like everybody says like dumb. I'm smart and i want some respect back on quote a spokesman for c._n._n. Defended cuomo's outbursts saying quote normally when newsmen unleashes denigrating invective that a person simply because that person disagrees degrees within politically the newsmen would be fired but here at c._n._n. That's our entire business. Model unquote conservative commentator sean hannity also defended cuomo saying quote chris chris was with his wife and nine year old daughter when the troll approached him so obscenity laced threats of physical violence in response to mile mockery were entirely appropriate unquote president trump however took issue with cuomo saying quote he completely lost control and said idiotic stuff that could compromise his popularity with anyone who doesn't already agree with them and you'd never see me doing something like that unquote c._n._n. Said it would continue to support cuomo completely but that the anchorman was not available for comment because he had gone fishing on the lake with al neri trigger warning andrew klavan and this is the andrew claybin show up to they give you also say thompson disabilities so wonderful who it back in the days before the babylon be became the funniest satire venue that was not the show the onion was the funniest satire venue before the show and back then in the dark and terrible days after the islamist terrorist attack nine eleven in the nation was looking into the face of evil contemplating war the onion renna hilarious the headline saying america yearns to care about stupid crap again because the fact was since ronald reagan had brought down the soviet union and restored our economy things have been in pretty ticketing boo around these parts and we were busy with stupid crap like building the internet to the level where it could distribute porn to thirteen year olds and arguing about who was blowing bill clinton in the oval office good times. The fact is carrying about stupid. Crap is one of the joys of prosperity and freedom worrying about movie star divorces debating anthony weiner sex sex life and calling one another nazis and communists is a lot more fun than actually living under nazis and communists which can really ruin your day when a c._n._n. Commentator is calling the president hitler because she knows he's not hitler because if he were hitler she wouldn't be calling him hitler because he'd be hitler. She'd be dead. You know things are basically all right but while carrying about stupid the crap is one of the pleasures of freedom. It's not the purpose of freedom and every now and then it's good to remember that you were given a very limited life span in which to accomplish that purpose and part of that time john has to be spent taking freedom seriously enough to understand it defend it and preserve it for the next generation so they are children can accomplish that purpose and preserve their that freedom freedom intern in hong kong where freedom is under attack the pro democracy protesters are waving our flag the american flag the one millionaire athletes athletes disrespect when c._n._n. Complains about and the fact that hong kong is under the gun or waving the stars and stripes ought to be a reminder to us americans to stop op carrying about stupid crap so damn much and start waving that flag ourselves on our way to returning our attention to the purpose of freedom which is wait for it fulfilling filling god's plan for your individual life. It's not making money. It's not getting on t._v. It's not using your body for demeaning and self destructive pleasures. It is doing the work of service. What is your maker made. You specifically do now. You know so get your flag and get physic- first before we go on to talk about this. We gotta talk about hong kong a little bit. Ask me up to talk about the mailbag. You're screaming before. I even said anything. The mailbag is going up. They will it will be here is giving show just spend the entire show screaming about the now stop which is also we want to scream about vistaprint i so i said to my wife how come no billionaires overcome and support me and she said to me. Have you ever seen the way you talk to billionaires that is actually what she said to me and one the things i never have. Andy is a business card. I'm i never keep them around. Billionaires say to me. How can i give you a billion dollars and i said you know. I'd like to give you my card but i don't don't have it and that's the last i have received them. 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Which is why our listeners will get five hundred high quality custom business cards starting at nine ninety nine just go to vistaprint dot com slash cleveland coulda vistaprint dot com slash cleveland to get five hundred custom business cards and own the now vistaprint dot com slash cleveland and you can help me out because i'm ordering my car and i just don't know how to spell claiming <hes> but i've heard that is k. L. a. v. a. n. So what is happening in hong kong first of all you know we should talk about this. We never talk about these things. That are far away. Were much rather talk about chris cuomo his problem but but it is this is really important and it's really important what it says about us. Hong kong used to belong to be a colony of the the united kingdom of britain britain won it in the opium war or the first opium war which was kinda. Disgraceful incident on the british is part and the chinese is part it took it took hong kong from china however however like everything that the british touched it became better hong kong became one of the wealthiest <hes> places in the in the world it became became a bastion of freedom and economic success in asia and that was because of the brits the brits like the americans did all kinds of bad things like everybody we brits and americans taught like great free countries it made everything it touched better and do the british empire actually did improve the world overall and actually cost the brits money so so you know the brits have nothing to be ashamed of with hong kong but the nine hundred ninety seven they said we're turning the sovereignty over to china but china said they were going to have this policy called one country two systems now living in the u._k. When this happened and i remember saying to whoever would listen to me. That's never gonna work the habit. I know it was never going to work well because because i read our old friend abe lincoln who said a house divided against itself cannot stand. I said abe i believe this. Government cannot endure permanently half slave and half free now. That's the problem china's not a free country. China is an ex communist country still under the under tyranny <hes> and hong kong long because it was run by the brits was a free country. That's why it's so rich. That's why it's so successful. That's why it's so trusted as a banking center. It's a place where people know that the rule of law law is in place or knew that the rule of law in place. Why can't that hold well. It can't why can't people be half free and half. It's simple because freedom is is a good and having power over people feels good right so that is going to be a conflict the people in power like having power. They're not doing known anybody any good. They're not doing anything for anybody. They are doing stuff for themselves. They want power. They tell you it's for them. They tell you it's for the people. Maybe they even believe. It's for the people maybe the the democrats when they tell us oh everything is going to be paid for by the government. Maybe they think they're doing us a favor taking our freedom and our money and our right to spend our money the way we want. Maybe they think they're doing us a favor but ultimately it becomes about the power. That's what happened in the soviet union once they realized system didn't work. They still didn't wanna let go of that power but people who have freedom don't don't wanna let go with their freedom. They like their freedom. They have to be lulled into it. That's what's been happening in this country. We're being lulled into giving up our freedom with offers of things that we like in the moment like free health care ooh. Those guns are evil guns. Let us maybe we should get rid of our guns. That's how you lose your freedom bit by bit because nobody wants to give it up altogether and that has been what's happening had has been happening in hong kong but it's been happening not with the seductive touch of the democrats who have to the constitution to deal with and our history of being free. It's happening with the heavy. The hand of the chinese what's been happening. Booksellers have been kidnapped. <hes> you know booksellers who would sell books about the chinese and the fact that the chinese sneeze aren't so great and what's going on with the chinese suddenly they would disappear and they'd come back. <hes> you know months later after having been in a chinese prison <hes> billionaire <hes> <hes> the idea was that the hong kong are supposed to have their own form of government a chinese born billionaires row jin wa his name was who was one of the wealthiest and most politically connected people in hong kong and he was a financier but he knew too much about the dealings of the powerful in china china and he disappeared and a lot of his people. He worked with he was he was shuttled out of a hotel in wheelchair with pillow over his head. He vanished and thirty the of his employees. <hes> were were stopped from leaving the mainland. They were arrested so this stuff has been going on getting worse and worse and worse and then finally now you have to understand that the government that is in place in hong kong has been placed there by pro-chinese forces okay so in february the local government which has pro-chinese unease introduced a bill that would allow people accused of crimes to be sent <hes> two places in which hong kong had no had no extradition extradition treaty including mainland china right so that meant that if you did something that the chinese didn't like her you were accused of something you could vanish you could disappear to china and so so these protests started and once the protests had got stuck got started. The people got angry at police. They wanted investigations into the police <hes> they wanted to say. Hey were our civil. Liberties liberties are disappearing one by one and so these these protests have now become kind of general the way these protests do and they don't have a leader. There's no leader to these protests but they have been extremely peaceful now. Some people have said the reason they're extremely peaceful. So far is because hong kong is not a christian in country. I think only about ten percent of hong kongers identifies christian a lot of their educational systems are built by the catholics mostly and have a faith element so there's a lot of good moral teaching going into these people and they they're decent people and they don't want to have violence recently that has been coming apart. We'll talk about that in a moment but first let us talk about nets sweet sweet solves a big problem. I i've said this before. I am a business. You're looking at a business. I know i just looks like a beautiful individual but i'm actually beautiful. Individual who is a business and i sell my services to the daily wire and i sell my products elsewhere to publishers into film companies that that it is the business i run the problem. 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That's netscape dot com slash klavan cleveland to download your free guide seven key strategies to grow your profits net sweet dot com slash clave and of course the first thing you want to know to grow your business. How do you spell claimed it escape l. a. v. a. n. No es in cleveland. I just make it look this incredibly incredibly easy all right so now there's been violence and and the riders don't like this. They're holding up signs. Were sorry about the violence. They took over the airport and of course the airport is a major major transportation hub because his little island of freedom in the middle of asia so there's a great airport and everybody loves it. They take over the airport. Their complaint is that pro china infiltrators have come into their group and are causing trouble and are are spying on them for the police to them got beaten up by the protesters now. Listen listen. I i have no information about this but i would. It would not surprise me at all if china is trying to make these protests violent and president trump said yesterday that the army is lining up right outside hong kong ready to go in there we do not that hasn't been confirmed but he says that's what intelligence services say would not surprise me at all if china wants trouble trouble there so they can go in and stomp on people and take the place over. That's not gonna look very good but ultimately the china has all the power and we don't so the thing that it really is poignant to me and the thing that i want to get to the fact that the chinese the hong kong desperate to preserve their freedom under the gun with people being kidnapped and disappearing laws all scraping in there that are meant to erode their freedoms are waving the american flag and they're singing our star spangled banner they are waving the american flag and this is i mean they should move all of us this huge touch every single one of us and remind us that when people look for freedom when they're afraid of oppression when they strive to become the one thing that all people have to be which is free and all individuals wannabe which is free and the only thing that gives nobility to charity the the only thing that gives nobility to faith in god. The only thing that gives nobility to a person is if he chooses those things freely right. If you choose to believe you don't believe that <hes> <hes> the edge of a sword because that has no <hes> that has no legitimacy if you choose to give charity you don't give charity because the government comes and takes your money and gives it to someone else that ennobles both view the giver and the person who receives the charity freedom ennobles everything freedom gives everything legitimacy when when people are looking for freedom whose flag they wave our flag and that's why this the thing that is so poignant about this. Is that here in america. We're not respecting fly. There's just no question about it. When you have people <hes> burning the flag which we have now when you have people a kneeling during the national anthem and saying oh this is my protest which is ridiculous because the thing you're protesting is is essentially that you're not getting the rights of an american whether that's true or not that's what you're saying. You're saying we want the rights of an american and your fellow americans and therefore you should help us. Let's get those rights. So why would you dissed the flag. That is the one thing that league's me and colin kaepernick together. If cabernet wants to say to me hey you know we're both americans. Oregon's and i'm not getting my american rights. He can say that to me and i'll listen. I may disagree with him but i will listen to that but once he says screw the flag i'm saying why do i care. Why do i care your budget. What connects you to make your humanity. There are plenty of people all over the world. Were having a much worse time than a millionaire. <hes> you know quarterback a millionaire n._f._l. Football player plenty of people who are truly truly oppressed in this world if his if it's common humanity were looking about. I'm going to be thinking about people in somalia. Not you in your you know uh-huh limousine. That's not going to be worried about but if what you're saying is my fellow american. I'm not getting fair american shake that you're getting. I will listen to that but not if you're telling me that you don't care about american not if you're telling me about america's bad country so it really does it really is a disgrace to all of us and you know donald. Donald trump is falling short on this. There's just no question about this. Look it's obvious if we had to choose between the left and <hes> donald trump on patriotism and i would choose donald trump. Donald trump has made some beautiful speeches the speech you made in poland about western freedom about the glory of freedom he's made plenty of speeches about the glory of america and the american freedom and our constitution made good speeches about those but this is the moment when that some of that has to be acted out has to be held up in respect trump is in the middle of these trade the trade war this very ferocious trade war with china where it seems like he's getting some movement i the other day he said and he's not going to put some tariffs on china's gonna withhold tariffs on china because he doesn't want. He's admitting by the way the tariffs cost us money. He doesn't want our consumers to get get hit at christmas time but that also suggests that maybe there's been some movement with chinese we don't know but the thing is he's in these negotiations. He's all about the art of the deal. He says stupid stuff about <hes> you know kim in north korea says he has a beautiful vision for his country this murderous tyrant because that's the way he does business but at some point you know with some point you have to say something so this is what he said about china and the developing situation with this violence <hes> and and may be the chinese moving info <hes> <hes> life what happened on your to work out. I hope it at work so i'm sorry but no i mean. This is what obama did this. This is how obama screwed up when he didn't stand up for the iranian protesters when he didn't stand up for the syrian protesters and we all said hey you know you've got to be the voice of freedom. You can't just do your iran. Dealing throw freedom <hes> under the table randy was garbage anyway but you know this is what we said in trump. It's the same way and i know it's different with him in that he this what he how he thinks negotiations go on you. Flatter the guy across the table. You say oh that can means you know he's got a vision for his country but you know there are people out there under the gun the real real people who were waving our flag yearning to have the freedom that we have while we're sitting around worrying about whether miley cyrus got divorced. They're worried about just having having the basic freedom preserving the basic freedom that we have and they're waving our flag and that matters and listen. I don't want to hear a word about it from the press certainly from from the democrats democrats at all because they are the ones who have been stomping on the flag disrespecting the flag saying america is a bad play. You know here's a panel and i take this from c._n._n. Nobody's watching c._n._n. The only time you ever c._n._n.'s when watching this this show in losing this show and i play the stuff from c._n._n. But it is representative it is representative of a a leftist point of view. This is just a morning show where they're having a discussion about evil. Donald trump evil on you know that's. That's what they talk about over on c._n._n. That's the in the in the fantasy world where donald trump is an evil white nationalist and listen to what they have to say. I think we all agree. I mean this is a campaign of pure terror. This is a campaign of pure fear. This isn't what and i hate eight to go back to this because it doesn't i mean sometimes it rings hollow now because donald trump is the president but we've all been raised to believe that this is not what our country was built upon that we're that we're better than this and we're well. We definitely true now. I think that the you when you talk about young people even in el paso we did. We did a story. The people were afraid to go and identify. The people say i don't know who we is. When was this country we were taught. Yes that's what i was facing with that yeah proctor. Give people something aspirational. Don't yeah we never we never been better late. Yes this lady ngelo araya. I think her name is this lady where she would rather be asked her. What come why she still here escort country. She'd rather be extra what country she would for her parents had rather been in what country did she wish wish her parents had been in is besides this one. You know a little bit of gratitude. I i understand the injustices i'm not. I'm not taking away from any of that. But at what point do you put it aside and start to say hey. At least there were people. There were also people with all the injustices. There were people who fought to make sure the american ideal applied to me so i could be on c._n._n. Dissing the country. It's it's embarrassing. It's embarrassing to have people sitting in that free country in that free city <hes> with all the money that you get from being on television and dissing this country while people in hong kong with the police surrounding them with the chinese army sitting off the co you off the off the border. It's imb waving our flag. It's embarrassing barrasso. It's a disgrace it's a disgrace to have that lady come on and say those things that she is representative of the left so it is wrong for donald trump not to stand up and support the values that that those hong kongers are fighting for the deal. The moment you know is not all important. You've got to stand up for those values in the moment. It's not good enough to just do it. While you make speeches. You've got to stand up for it in the moment but it is doubly wrong. 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What are we talking about. What are we talking about well. They're waving flags. We're talking about chris cuomo. I just i just have to bring up chris cuomo for one more minute first of all a lot of people. I think are not wash a lot of people i've been defending his tirade against this guy and no i can't defend it. I do give him props for knowing for it because he said he did the wrong thing and that's important. He did say he did the wrong thing. He said he shouldn't have gone off on this guy called frito however however it is truly truly representative of the press i so i'm not i'm not going in off too much on cuomo. I respect the fact that he said he did the wrong thing. Even while people were saying no you shouldn't bother celebrities in public. You shouldn't attack people right or left. That of course is true. The troll is a jackass. The guy who comes up to him while he's out with his family is a jackass just like the people who come after mitch mcconnell in restaurants. Just it's like the people who came after a sarah sanders in restaurants. Those people are jackasses. They're the bad guys no question about it but sarah sanders and mitch mcconnell didn't turn around threaten threaten to throw the guys down a flight of stairs. That's wrong that is also wrong. That's just because somebody does something wrong doesn't mean there's not an appropriate response. Which is hey back off with. My kids. Please as leave me alone which would then that just makes the troll look like the little person that he is makes them look like the punky is but turney responding to a mile troll. Oh by threatening to throw a guy down. A flight of stairs and going off with christine is wrong. Cuomo said it was wrong good for him that is that's that's fine. The only reason i want to bring it up is it is representative of c._n._n. And the press in general that he turned it into a race thing he said frito is a racial slur. A lot of people are putting out montages of all the time someone on c._n._n. Is at frito. Oh chris cuomo himself has called himself right on a radio program so all of that is untrue and the second thing is is the double standard the double standard by which the press simply judges us meaning conservative americans being pro american americans being constitution americans the way they treat us in the way they treat donald trump compared to the way they treat obama obama and the way they treat the left guy that double standard and you can see it here in this moment when chris cuomo was talking about remember and examine the catholic school kid who had that drumming activist in his face and tried to smile at him and tried to make peace zoo chris cuomo commenting on that moment then we get to the heart of the face to face encounter the man nathan phillips apparently wanted to defuse the tension and he walked up to do exactly that and surely the kid nick sanmen doesn't seem to be afraid but he did make could choice and that was to make it into a standoff. That was not a good choice. Was it legal sure that's not my test and it shouldn't be the test. Here's mine if that we're my son who happens to go to a great catholic school. Would i like what he did. If i were there would i have allowed the kids to be in that situation no and no it was a disrespect play. That doesn't work for me in these circumstances. You're being an example to your kid. They're chris. You failed again cuomo. You said he failed but the people who were supporting him really is wrong. It is wrong this is you don't let me let me end with this and then i'll get to the mailbag that when you our conversation this country has been corrupted has been corrupted by t._v. and it's been corrupted by the growth of government so that we think are solutions always involve these tremendous this plans where the tremendous plan is going to solve the problem in new york the same way it solves it in arkansas that was what was so wrong with obama talking about transgender people using bathrooms. That's a local problem. That's a local thing that each person deals with with his own conscience and with his own <hes> with his own population with his own standards in the area that he lives. That's why the states are supposed to be separate. From the federal government that is why they are limited powers that the federal government has and more powers that the states have because in your locality cavity you're supposed to be able to provide solutions but so often so often solutions to problems are local and when i say local i mean the way you treat people the kind of language you use with people the way you treat the other people in your office the way you treat your wife especially when other people can see like your children but especially when even your wife or your husband can see the way you talk about your wife life where your husband these are the things that make for civil society and these are the things that are being thrown away and when you say this clown comes up and trolls him and therefore he had a right to threaten to throw him down a a flight of stairs no absolutely not this is important. It is important the way we treat one. Another is important the way famous people treat one another. I know that anyone of us can lose his temper. Anyone of plus can be caught on camera doing something wrong but do it. Cuomo did back off and say that was wrong. I was i was. I made myself the bad guy there quote. We did the right thing by. I apologizing not by threatening the guy. That's the thing that should be that. We should support and it really does matter because this idea that we're going to solve problems with some big government program and then the the right has to propose some other biggs. <hes> government program just isn't true. You're gonna solve it in your church. You're gonna solve it in your school. You're gonna solve it at your place of business so much can be solved by simply simply treating one another with respect treating women differently than men treating men with respect as well for the things that they do. That's where our problem is going to start to get saul because this kind of dialogue log is the problem it is the problem. We can't get anywhere as long as we're screaming at one another. We truly can't alright mellberg coming up just a minute bag. He's he's got the drinking guy there during the guys on the in in the other room you know it's not that much for them to do they. They don't really have jobs. This is just a sinecure we give them so they can feed themselves and and they sit in the back and they drink and they supposed to press the screen button art <hes> from jacob dear supreme leader of the multi verse about and i really really do appreciate this. We're talking about respect. I appreciate people using my proper titles. <hes> about two months ago. You answered my question about marrying rape victim thank you i can express the relief. I felt when you said it was a legitimate concern but the best advice you gave was not to let it become an obsessive anxiety. I took your advice and talk to professionals and my fiance at length. Things are going better than i would have hoped as i write one month anniversary thanks again. Your last advice actually changed my life for the better. I love getting letters like that. If you feel this way please let me know. <hes> you know a ah what i love about. This is the the advice you really followed was to communicate to talk to people so much of people feel. They see this in the movies. I think they feel that romance. Romance should be conducted at some level beyond speech. The somehow you guys are just supposed to know what women want. Women are just supposed to tell you what's going on in their heads. You gotta talk to one another <hes> he you did the right thing. I'm glad it really worked out. That's terrific congratulations on your marriage. <hes> from mario dear lord clayton of the balding multi-diverse. I love your show and your insights sites. I wanted to ask you about marriage. I know you've said many times to get married. Not in general i mean people i'm in a good relationship with a good woman. I've been through a divorce in the past. She has never been married. I would prefer to not be married and still have children. Perhaps one day mostly for financial reasons in the sad but hopefully never to occur possibility of a divorce. The divorce laws simply are not fair to men on the average generally speaking. She is open to this arrangement and would rather be with me regardless of the legal status of our relationship. Can you give me a solid solid argument or reasoning as to why should reconsider my position on marriage. What is the value of marriage. Were monogamous. We live together. We've been together for many years five years kids reponsibility ability and i would very likely enjoy having them all things considered as long as i am loving and caring for my wife and family and she for me and our children. What is the value of marriage right. That's a good question a lesser mailbag guy a lesser mail bag. I would go to the statistics and tell you that you're much more likely to stay together. If you're married <hes> it's true. I mean most most non marriage couples more mcnamara couples break up <hes> most children who had under non marriage situation or raised by a single parent. <hes> divorce is more painful because marriages last longer <hes> than <hes> than non marriages but that's for lesser people. I'm going to tell you what i wanna tell you which which is that you're very letter speaks to the importance of marriage very letter speaks to the importance of marriage <hes> i would prefer to not be married for financial reasons in the sad but hopefully hopefully never to see to occur possibility for of a divorce marriage is a complete commitment. What you're saying right in. That sentence in your sentence is you're committing uh-huh. You're holding back. Those might not go wealth. If you're going to have a kid under those circumstances you were doing that kid service marriage whether you whether you're religious or not i take it. You're not from the from the question itself but whether you're religious or not marriage remains a sacrament it remains the blending of two lives into one it it remained <hes> it remains to people becoming one flesh like the bible say right. They become one flesh and you will know what that means. The day you have a child how when you realize that you have created someone who is both both of you and that both of you have to be around to make sure that person has the chance in life and the and the full the beauty of his own life that god means him to have so when you say i just wanna be committed by i just i just want to leave that door open in the back so i can sneak gap. That's the purpose of marriage. That's the reason for marriage more than anything more than anything else. I can tell you about religion about statistics for you in your life you in your letter. You were expressing. <hes> a an escape route the need for an escape route once. You have a child that escape route doesn't exist it. No longer has a moral the existence once you have a child that escape is morally clothes unless there's abuse or addiction were daltry that escape route is morally close so why not admit it why not make the moral statement you make it through a ceremony. When i got married i thought to myself oh. It's just a ceremony. We've been living together. I can't remember to four years. I can't even remember we've been living together a long time. I thought it's it's you know. Marriage doesn't mean anything the minute that ceremony was over. I realized it was deeply deeply important it had changed my life and changed my life for the better so i recommend it and that's that's my answer. The answer is in your letter that you're leaving the door open. Once you have a child that doors closed it ought to be closed anyway. <hes> from joe dear andrew in your opinion who are the top two or three american artists of any type of rpm visual musical cinematic literary or whatever who also happens to be a christian. I'm writing article about how christians we need to create art that doesn't necessarily preach truth but that portrays truth with excellence. I would greatly appreciate your input. Well plenty of <hes>. Ah american artists were christian first of all walt disney who's probably one of the most important <hes> effects on the had most of the most important effects on american art was was a christian <hes> frank capra believe made all those great you know it's a wonderful life <hes> movies and things like that <hes> walker percy's and novelist flannery o'connor <hes> <hes> but but you know the the thing about christianity and the arts is christianity pervades our arts all arts about christianity because everything about us is about christianity hannity and so a guy like william faulkner. I don't know exactly what his religion was. He would say different things about it. He was very hard to pin down but if you read the sound the fury it is full of christian imagery and full of a full of a deep sense of how christianity forms our our conscience informs <hes> our society so all art l. all western art is christian at some level and what you're saying is what about artists who <hes> <hes> who don't right who who are christian but don't write a christian staff <hes> it's. It's really hard to say because it's not the first thing i mean guys like john updike for instance. If you read the witches of eastwick it's a deeply christian work. He called himself a christian but he was not certainly any kind of the standard christian which is is a wonderful funny <hes> deep and rich book <hes> ernest hemingway's novels are full of people looking for god and going back to the rituals of christianity <hes> to to to see if they can find some kind of system that will help them help them understand the world so almost all western art is christian at some level <hes> and whether the people people themselves are christians is hard to know because if it's not in the work you know most of the time i wouldn't go back and look it up but certainly shannon has had a huge effect on all of our art yeah <hes> from just andrew when i was seventeen. I fathered a child without knowing it. I just turned twenty nine and have only known my son for about a year and a half. He and i have a wonderful relationship and i'm doing all i can be a good father not just for him but also for his two half siblings. This is not my qualm however my issue comes from my with my mother other who i still unfortunately live with. She's a very strong christian but has made multiple statements which leads me to believe that if she learned a father she would not hesitate to put me on the street <hes> one in my overreacting or my concerns about her justified. How should i go by telling my mother about her grandson without risking my relatable either you know powell. There's just too much. That's is not in this letter so seventeen you father father just seventeen and now you're twenty nine. Why are you living with your mother. I mean it's one thing if you're handicapped or something like this but if you're not handicapped i know why why the hell are you living with your mouth. I mean before. I can answer that that question. I need to know why a twenty nine year old man has to worry about what his mother things of them. You know that's that's a problem. That is a problem. Maybe again you know tell me so. I don't know oh you know. Maybe there's some reason legitimate reason for that that i'm not seeing but there's no way twenty nine year old should be worried about that unless there's some special circumstance secondly. I'm getting feeling that you've restarted your relationship with this lady <hes> and that she has two kids those two half siblings. I'm guessing not not yours but hers so now you're back in the life of this lady and trying to be a good father to these two half siblings but you're living with your mother. This is a screwed up situation and i don't know wyatt screwed up so i don't know if there's a good reason for it so all your questions are sort of <hes> <hes> not addressing the problem at hand the problem at hand. Is that your twenty nine year old living with your mother other and going out with this woman who has children and trying to be a father to them but not in a position to support them or be with them. We're live with them or commit to them so that all that stuff is a real serious problem that you have and you're asking me about your mother. <hes> you know and i don't even know why you're worried about so i just don't have enough information to answer that question but you're in a bad situation and unless there's some reason fourth fourth i don't understand that's what you should be looking at <hes> from hugh andrew big fan of the show and daily wire. I'll be seeing you guys next week. I'll be flying into long beach from hawaii. It is my first time attending a political discussion. What should i be expecting at your guy show. This is the daily wire backstage live. That's coming up next week. You should expect a cesspool fool of hatred and bigotry and media matters except they will we will be doing the entire show in the nude and so that'll be good and then they'll be just a drunken riot and hopefully a fistfight <hes> now we'll talk about politics and we'll talk about life in america and if you've seen the daily wire backstage live show which i'm sure you can go on especially subscriber insuring going to find copies of it. That's what we will be doing a live and and it is we hope a cesspool of hatred and bigotry and if it's not i will want to know the reason y. <hes> from samuel <hes> i android currently a twenty year old college student entry my sophomore year of college someone with a workaholic father who wasn't always present on finding that i lack any understanding of masculinity because of this i often find myself trying to embody a stereotypical and skewed understanding of masculinity and which i tried to be a tough guy or show little to no emotion in many situations i live in a far left area and the only guidance i find is that masculine is toxic and wrong without any explicit explanation european what is masculinity and where can learn to distinguish between genuine masculinity the kismayo or violent masculine that many without guidance seemed turn to well. If i have to define masculine the i always go to two words integrity and courage <hes> <hes> courage is the is the quality without which no other <hes> virtue can be held right because they go virtue attracts evil evil and virtually attracts people who wanna take virtual away and virtue attracts people want to seduce you away from virtue and it attracts people who want to control you so you have to have courage have virtual and by integrity aggradi. What i mean is that you are what you seem to be that there is not obviously everybody has a private life. Everybody has things they choose not to discuss but you should be in public. What you feel. We should act out your values in public and in private. You should be when you're alone. You should be acting out your value so having integrity being who you seem to be having having the courage to maintain that integrity i think the essential the essentials of masculinity now one of the things about masculine courage is it has a physical element because men are more likely to be called upon to defend themselves physically into defend others physically and i highly recommend look. There's always somebody who can beat you up and there's always more more people can beat up but you want to be able to stand. You wanna be able to make a stand if you have to know. There's no shame losing a fight. There can be shame running away from a fight so it's a good thing to get some training about that. It gives you confidence. It gives you self possession. It means if you are trained to fight if you if you get some martial arts training or something like that you are less likely to get into to a fight because the one thing i haven't lifted a hand in anger since i was sixteen years old i i never do it again in the race to kids without ever. I never even swatted him on the backside. Nothing you know i the guy does not like violence and does not think this is an appropriate response to anything but violence anything but the threat of violence so so violence is not a part of ebba but self-confidence is confident the confidence that you will stand when the going gets rough is important and that's the thing you have to decide to have courage before it's needed needed you have to inculcated in yourself and and you should work every day. Nobody does this perfectly. Nobody does a perfectly but you should work everyday to be who you seem to be right and that to me is what manhood entails and the reason that it sometimes looks like manhood and sometimes doesn't is you're not always challenged. Your integrity is not always challenged. There's lots of compromise. You can make in life. There's lots of ways you can work with people. There's lots of things you can give up without hurting your integrity but there will be times. I guarantee to you when that integrity will be under the gun will be challenged and those are the times when suddenly you have to become a wall. Suddenly you have to become a brick wall. I mean my wife always laughs because i try to be really nice to people she always laughs when they come after my integrity and they find like no. That's not gonna work <hes>. They're always incredibly disappointed. The always the same thing to me that was so you're not as nice as i thought you were but i am. It's just you can't challenge my integrity because that's where i stand so that's what manhood is the rest of a lot of show the bluster <hes> the threats of violence silence the telling people. You're going to knock them out. All that stuff is show if you can if you are who you seem to be and you stand for that when the going gets tough you'll be man enough for anybody and and believe me that doesn't take being big doesn't take being muscular it does take confidence does take courage <hes> art from <hes>. Let's try them <hes> from from jacob. I'm a twenty three year old. White christian male had been conservative as long as i can remember. I've only recently <hes> really started to dig into the y. I believe what i believe. Thanks to the daily wire crew. I not only have my thoughts provoked. I also don't feel as alone as the mainstream media wants me to feel my question. Is this this i'm going to southern california this week to visit family my grandma and aunt or both very vocal about their hatred for our president. My grandma has also recently vocalized her agreement with the left oft that anyone who doesn't denounced trump is responsible for mass shootings. What should i do if she brings up the conversation. Should i just try to avoid the conflict to enjoy the week with family or should i say something thing. I don't want to be rude but i also don't want to let reviews be shaped only by the left i well. It's not your job to shape your grandmother's views. Leave your grandmother alone. You don't have to tell her what i don't know how old she is but like you don't have to tell you what you think you don't have to you. Don't have to shape reviews at all. Let her have her own views. That's part of life and certainly want to preserve peace in your family what you don't want is you don't want to be bullied. You don't want people saying nasty things about you. While you're sitting sitting there just be polite beloved ing tell people you may not you may disagree but you don't want to get involved in a political conversation. You know just if you don't have to say anything in with family. Don't say anything if they put you in a position where to maintain your integrity to maintain <hes> your peace of mind and not feel bullied say the politest sweetest way possible and try to stay out of a fight the family and the love and the and the piece is far far more important than any argument. You're going to get into about politics. Donald trump trump does not matter as much as your grandmother all right that is the truth and so like you're not going to change your mind. You're not gonna win any fight. You're not gonna shaper opinions. All you want is to feel l. that you're not going over there and being abused and if you're not being abused let it go. You know that that that is that's my vice. 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Moving Forward with Karine Jean-Pierre

Words Matter

39:23 min | 1 year ago

Moving Forward with Karine Jean-Pierre

"Welcome to words matter with Katie. Barlow and Joe Lockhart welcome to words matter. I'm Katie Barlow. Our goal is to promote objective reality as a wise man once said had everyone is entitled to their own opinion not their own facts. Words have power and words have consequences. Our guest today is a political activist. Organizer analyst and author her experience dance ranges from presidential campaigns to local politics to grassroots activism. Korean jean-pierre is the chief public affairs officer for move on Dot Dot Org and a lecturer in international and Public Affairs at Columbia University. Korean is also a political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC and and the author of the new book moving forward a story of hope hard work and the promise of America Korean Jean-pierre. Welcome to our matter you you thank you for words matter for having me well first of all congratulations on the book. Your story is amazing inspiring. Thank you I WanNa talk a little bit about you. You are a first born daughter of Immigrants Haitian American And you begin your book with that introduction and talking about in your introduction to politics so take us back to that day in July nineteen eighty-eight when you and your siblings are getting together to watch your favorite Sitcom at the time. I am a different world and it got postponed or off for the Democratic National Convention at the time. Tell us about your family and and how you felt as a thirteen year old watching Michael. Oh Yeah I mean it was wild because I did not grow up in a family of politics takes both. My parents are immigrants. You just mentioned they were born in Haiti which was a dictatorship at the time they both grew up under like I said a dictator a dictatorship so politics having a freedom of speech wasn't something that they knew or understood and so at that young age watching Dukakis giving a speech and he had that story of an immigrant and it was just beautiful. It drew me in because when I was growing up I had to deal with being. I'm the outsider being kind of the other and not fitting in and so when I watched that it just it just did something to me. I was like yes. Yes and so we just felt it. We all did. Of course like you said my mom would call was calling him do Gaga. WHO's like fleas? His name was Dukakis. But yeah it was kind of that first inkling of what it means to step into the world of politics to run for such a large office and to move people right to really be an orator and to re AH presence where you could unify folks and make people just feel something about this country about what we have is a democracy and part of that feeling at the time also came from the song selection that night in Atlanta which was Neil Diamond's America. America is a little bit about that song. I mean that song as if you listen to the lyrics of that Song Very much fit into the story that Dukakis was trying to tell. We're coming to America being an immigrant. What America's all about? How immigrants are the fabric of this country and It really really resonated in the book I talk about how we all just jumped up and started dancing and singing the song and it wasn't until I was writing the book that I actually knew it was like Neil diamond road. The song who sings song and I looked it up I was like Oh okay. I am sure he appreciated. So you say that you wrote the book Not just to tell your story but to make politics feel all and see more accessible to others that are interested in that may not think that it's as accessible as as you want them to see I'm into anyone who wants to take part your path to being a political operative was not the usual one. Oh not at all talk about that journey and how it can lead to you and your experience in in thinking about writing the book I wanted to like you said write a memoir but also a call to action a sense of urgency. Really trying to push people to get involved in politics but in writing my personal story I wanted to be raw and honest and I and I share a lot. I share a lot of ups and downs some hardships that I had and the reason. Why did that because I wanted to connect with people and also be authentic and if anybody ever felt that they were having her timing they couldn't get back up? I was hoping that my story we would help them. But in that process I tell will how I got into politics like I said my parents are immigrants. I'm an immigrant myself and so growing up in that family and the immigrant family that Haitian culture. They wanted me to be a lawyer Doctor Engineer and for me it was the doctor and so I got pushed in the pressure in the community. And you know when we we are. The apple of our parents is right in for many immigrants and people working class people poor people in general. You are the person that's going to help lift your entire family out of the situation that they're in and so it didn't work out for me. Being a doctor was not in my path I suffered through some mental health issue. I talk about it really in detail detail in the book and so took some time to figure out what was my passion. What was what was it that was going to do and went to Columbia University? Got My masters when I was there. David Dinkins was the first African American mayor of New York City became a mentor. ESTER FUCHS WHO's really fiery amazing feminist a professor also at Columbia and Barnard became a mentor of mine. I went to Haiti for the first time came back and I was like okay. I want to get involved. Make a change and they said Oh you should get involved in politics do policymaking do legislation. You can change people's lives in that way so it was in my mid twenties that I decided that I was going to go into politics and I write that I write that story because many people they don't feel like politics as you said is accessible. You hear stories of folks in there like eighteen nineteen or in their teens. Who Know that? They're going to get into politics. Join Clubs who are part of a legacy family and it is a easy trajectory and for many people who look like me or grew up like me. It's not something that you think of or that is accessible so the point of the story is to say. Look I made it I. I got into politics. I got to work in the White House and you can do it too. It's not easy. It's hard but there is a path and we can all do this one of the things that you also make accessible in the books in addition to politics is at least finding a way to get mental health or talk about the health. I'm curious how you use the word raw which you most certainly are in the book about your experience in your journey going from not being able to even identify it and talk about it to to now being able to talk about it on broad platforms to many different groups of people from all different walks of life and backgrounds and encouraging people to speak speak about mental health issues to be comfortable talking about it themselves and to seek help whether it's your favourite running or seeing a therapist or something like that and I have plenty of political questions but I wanNA talk about That journey of for you being able to talk about that encourage others and if you've heard feedback on the book trail about making that accessible supposed to So mental health is so stigmatized and I wanted to talk about it in the book because I wanted to maybe find a way to not have it stigmatize in such a way and I'm going to be very honest to your listeners. Look I try to commit suicide. Thank goodness it didn't happen and I wasn't successful and so it was such a deep deep horrible time for me. I wanted to share that with folks and on the on this book trail. It's been amazing. I've had Had One mother came up to me when I was out in California and I've been ever been to Missouri Phoenix Massachusetts Georgia Florida. I've been every aware of Mitt. Everybody basically basically running a president like you're running to pay principal Yay finally gone. Hold me but she came to came up to me and she was crying and She had apparently written a book by her. Her son had committed suicide and I gave her a big hug. And we just kind of my letter cry and was comforting. Her and and I told her. Thank you for sharing. And she thanked me for sharing. And I've been I've been in most of the the audience That I've had and we talk about these different hard issues. People are people crying people are emotional and I think to myself myself. Well if I can change one person's life than I've made a difference with this book and then I think that really matters to me and so I've been getting you know really emotional strong feedback from the book and just from the talks that have been doing because not everybody has read the book when I talk in front of them and having that raw raw honest conversation seems to matter people need it and I think in many communities. We don't talk about it. We don't talk about the health. We hide it we. We don't talk about it freely. We don't talk about getting therapy and you see that playing out or people coming up to me and we're having those tough conversations and appreciating that that I shared that in my book while we are talking about it and since the topic came up. I want to let anyone know that if they are having suicidal thoughts or or what is called suicidal idealization. There is a suicide prevention line. That is twenty four seven and the number is one eight hundred two seven three eight eight to five five Korean mentioned in the book and we wanted to mention it here now back to politics will thanks for doing that. It's very important. So you mentioned watching watching Barbara Jordan at the nineteen ninety two Democratic convention and we actually did an episode on her speech from the House floor of you a few episodes ago featuring her and that incredible speech talk a little bit about her and how she inspired you so I just think black young girl in the eighties nineties is trying to figure it all out and you don't see a lot of representations you don't see people who look like you on TV just in general certainly not in politics. And so when I saw her and heard her I mean right she is just she just blows you away. Her voice just blows you away and it calls you you too attention so you hear her and her oration. You're thinking who is that and you listen to everything that she has to say. She commands hands a room. And I remember just the first time I saw her and I was like who is. Who is that and So representation matters seeing her and then reading about her about how much of the barriers she was able to break through in Texas of all places. I mean there's that story that one day. She was like governor for a day back in nineteen seventy nine so it say about it. It saves for a woman and it's aimed for a woman of color. I mean just a whole thing Georgia's still working. Yeah well That's a whole nother conversation Georgia. Yeah so it it just it just mattered. It just mattered to me and I remember reading a book about her when I was at that age too when I when I first learned of her and tried to just eat it up all the information that I can about who this woman is. And how did she get to where she got to. And even then even though I was like you mentioned eighty eight Dukakis ninety eighty two with Jordan and then even Obama down the road and Jesse Jackson as well because of all this representation that we all hunger for. I still didn't really think about Getting into politics no not in eighty eight nine ninety two not at all not at all. It wasn't until really Grad school that that I thought of it and then many of us were inspired by Obama's two thousand four convention speech and remember wanting to move to Illinois and just working for the guy named Barack Obama who is also an amazing orator. By that point I was already in politics but even when I heard Jordan when I heard Cockatoos uh or what I heard about Jesse Jackson's just kind of historical run. I never thought that I would get involved in politics because it just seemed like another world world right. It didn't make sense kind of jumping for once one state to another state it felt like very elusive and And that's why. Write the book because many many people like me at that time feels like Oh what is this. It feels like magic almost right right. So you worked for Tisch James Who is currently serving as the attorney general for the State of New York and has a little bit busy with a little bit busy? That are going on right now. tell us about her and what kind of leader she is. I knew Tisch James when I worked in the New York City Council and at the time when I was at the New York City Council in two thousand four and five if she was a newcomer and she had just got an elected and I remember watching her kind of rise. At that moment you knew that she was going to be a rising star. There's certain candidates that you meet and you just know they're going to do more than where they are currently where they've walked in the stage they've walked in on and she was that person and so in two thousand thirteen when I was asked to basically run her runoff campaign just for a few weeks and she didn't have a campaign manager throughout her primary race and I was asked to jump in and just get her through that Hump and she was running for New York. City public advocate. If she had one which he did would be the first Woman of color to have one in a city wide Election and so it was a big race for that moment for her and for the history that she was about to make can she did make and it was just an interesting campaign because she didn't have a lot of money and I was the first campaign manager that they had and it was stepping into something so different and she's she's amazing she somebody who energizes folks. She's a great grassroots organizer. She's a big presence. She walks into the room. She has that presence in the room and people looked to her look to her to get them engage and and to follow her leadership but it wasn't easy. Raising money is not easy especially for women women of Color and And it was a big race it was a race at ended up being very racial is unfortunately a became very ugly in those days of the runoff but it was a huge victory for all of us I was really honored to have been on on that campaign and led her campaign and help them get to victory and now she's doing big things for the state of New York and we'll see where she goes careen. Nobody knows more about losing campaigns than me my first three presidential but for me. There's like two lessons out of that one. Is You make your best friends on campaigns that you don't end up fighting with people over jobs because you're all unemployed together and you learn a lot about your strengths and weaknesses. This is not just of the candidates which yourself too flawed candidates in particular. You worked for John Edwards and Anthony Weiner talk about what you learn there. So it's interesting because Let me start with Anthony. Weiner I worked for Anthony Weiner in two thousand eight for about three three or four months trying to remember here and it was between tween John Edwards and Obama so John Edwards Anthony Weiner yes I know I know how to pick them but at the time when I worked for Anthony Weiner he was seen as the darling of the Democratic Party. He was looking to run for New York City. Mayor People had thought. Oh He's going to be mayor governor or Senator One day I mean they. They had held his career at high regard and I actually had a very good working relationship with I learned so much from him. And and look I know that It was reported that he wasn't the Best Boston. His colleagues didn't really care for him but my relationship with him was was was very good one of the things I learned from him as his press secretary. At the time when I worked for him he was the amazing communicator. He was dog. Get hard worker and the reason I wrote the chapter flood candidates as because we all have to deal with it. Especially when you're young you elevate hey you put someone on a pedestal. And everybody's flawed. We are offline and what happens when you put someone on a pedestal and they fall. And how do you manage through that. What do you do and I write that chapter? Because I want young people to be able to maneuver through that and you have to worry about your career you do you have to worry about. How are you going to get past this? What is it? You're going to do to get past this flawed candidate that may have just shaken. Everyone's life up so I ride John Edwards and John Edwards also had a good relationship with him and at the time we were when I was working for him it was in the two thousand eight presidential and it was just rumors at the time of him having an affair and then later on we found out that there was There was a a child eld involved in this too which is kind of sad if you think about all of in how went down but you have to go through this as a campaigner. These are extremes. These are two extremes James. I think these two candidates or these two political profiles but it can happen. And so how do you maneuver through that. How do you get past that? And one of the advice that I give as we should not put people on a pedestal. We should care about the issues care about what they represent but putting that person on a pedestal could be airy daunting at the end. Could be if you have a flawed candidate. Obviously this is another issue where I share your pain. But I'm wondering how do you compartmentalize art mental is i. I think you're right that all candidates are flawed. All humans are flawed. Yeah some are bigger flaws than than others but working in a campaign you're giving your life to it. How do you sort of block out? The things that you know are the flaws every candidate and I guess I mean rationalize may not be the the right word but work toward the things that you know are right it is Joe. It's such a good question because it is hard. I know and I've worked on some losing in campaigns clearly worked for some flawed candidates and It's hard because the young folks that I was working with my peers. They put their heart out for or candidates. And it's it's hard. It is really really hard but I see it as the bigger picture. I have to try and go beyond the person and think okay. I'm working for this person because I wanNA make a change. I want x to happen because it's important to me or they have said something to me that has moved me or they have a platform warm. That moves me and so I- i- compartmentalize it in that way about the issues. And what is it that we're here to do. What's the purpose who whose lives? Are we trying to change and you. You hope that you are working with the right person and you get that in. That person wins and they are true to their platform. But it's hard it is. I saw this many times like I said. It's hard to disconnect that and not feel that emotion for the person But we just have to do it because it's just you have to save yourself. You're working twelve hours working seven days and you have to be able to have your own life. You have to be able to kind of divide that and not be all oh land emotionally on a campaign because it's not good for you. It releases not healthy. Can we agree that. It's more fun to win. Oh my gosh. It's so much more fun to win. Dan which is why Obama's amazing that campaign but it is. It's just more fun to to win. It sucks lose. I mean that is just the truth. It sucks to loose use so talking about campaigns are want to ask you what the Democrats got wrong in two thousand sixteen what they got right and twenty eighteen and and what they need to keep the momentum going into next year. Yeah you know I talked about twenty sixteen it was like the other lous perfect storm for Donald Trump. It really wise. Is I think you think about it. You step back and there was low turnout for Democrats or low turnout general. which is a problem? There was a misinformation mation campaign. There was an energy that was missing from two thousand sixteen campaign. There was a swing we went from electing the first first African American president to swinging a whole new different way and historians will say that happens that tends to happen in our history and and I think many of us on our side. We're not awake. We were not paying attention. A we thought. Oh my goodness she's GonNa Win Anyway. I'm not going to go out and vote. Oh I'm not excited about about her or there's no way we're GonNa let him. It was just complacent and there was voter suppression. If you look at Wisconsin hundreds of thousands of people could not go and vote one of the states that we needed to get to that wonderful to seventy I mean that's that's the name of the game and so I think the lessons that were learned and I think people woke up after twenty sixteen. I talked to folks that I know and the fear. I mean you have folks who are really really scared about what's happening in this country especially if you're a person of color if you're a woman if you are part of the Muslim community if you're Jewish if you are of a community that is vulnerable you're worried right now and I think there's a reason why you saw a historic number of women coming out and running in two two thousand eighteen. Because they saw they saw the writing on the wall in what was happening and they needed to go out and vote. It's not easy to get women to go to run for office not just vote. Oh but to run and women raised their hands and said they're going to run for office and so. I think it was a wakeup call. A real wakeup call for folks. And they've been watching and what's been going on for the last three years and it's scary the divisiveness the ugliness and I think that's what you saw in twenty seventeen in states like Virginia in Alabama. You saw twenty eighteen in taking the house. Back and some governor's race especially in the upper upper midwest and Dan. You saw recently in Louisiana and Kentucky and now Virginia's Blue and I think people are awake and I think there is this awareness awareness of okay where we taking this country. What direction are we going to take this country and November twenty twenty matters and who are we as a country and I I feel like that's resonating very loudly now for whoever is the Democratic nominee? They have a hard job. I think we're going to need a movement we're going to need a movement movement to win in twenty twenty and so they have to be able to tap into that energy and create a movement and get more energy you. How are you going to get those four point? Four million people who did not come out and vote in two thousand sixteen but did in two thousand twelve for Obama and stayed home. And these just stayed home in twenty-six. How do you get them back out? How do you get folks who don't normally vote to come out? How do you energize the black community? How you energize young community so that is going to be really early? Release still tough to do. Even though people are wake you still have to keep that energy going and it does matter who is at the top of the ticket of the folks that were on the stage in Atlanta to any of them strike you as particularly able to lead a movement of the type that you just described. I think that the the candidates have to do a better job on saying why they are running and how they're going to win and really put out the existential essential threat. I have not quite seen that. I think it's great that we're talking about issues. It's a primary and that's what we should be doing and I think most of the the Democratic candidates are kind of on the same on the same kind of trajectory right. They WANNA make healthcare affordable and more accessible great. They WanNA fix immigration great. They I wanNA make sure we have a better standing in foreign policy. I mean there are things that they actually all agree. There's varying degrees but they want the best for this country in so now it's really really convincing folks. How are we going to win in twenty twenty and? I don't think that they've done that but I do. Think that I'm I'm in a place where the nominee could be a bus and I will go vote for the buzz. I think that we are at a crossroads crossroads in our country and if we do not get out and vote in twenty twenty. I'm scared. We are a young democracy people. Oh forget that and we have someone who steps in our democracy every single day who has not read the constitution steps on the Constitution who debases the the office that he holds and it scares me scares me for our democracy. In what does that mean and I worry about that three. Let me ask ask you if you were the campaign manager. For any one of the three of the top four candidates warn Bouche edge and sanders each of them have have a real base of support in each of them have not yet connected with minority communities. What is one of them have to do? I mean I can imagine a situation. I'll pick one randomly Warren. If she figures out a way to do that she has set herself away from the pack. But how would you advise Any of those three candidates. So here's really the problem. I think that they the three of them have binding is just a known quantity and he was has Obama's number two black folders no ham they respect him they appreciate him so the question is and black. Voters want to older older black voters in particular who support Biden they want to be Donald Trump and right now they are not convinced that the other three can beat Donald Trump. And that's the thing it's like. How do you move? How do you move black voters who are with Biden over like? How do you convince them that you can beat Donald Trump? That's the number one thing and it is a very difficult thing they're going up against not having the name. ID except for Bernie not having the name ID that Biden has and so it is tough so it is continuing to get out there. Be Authentic people want you to be authentic fantastic and policies and plans are great but they want you to be authentic. They want you to come and ask them for their vote and convince them why you are the person and that they can see standing up on stage next to Donald Trump and they can see you beating him. I don't know how this would look if there wasn't donald trump kind of scenario in this because that's where a lot of voters that's where they think they are like we wanna we wanNA beat this guy. We want to beat this guy who can do you it and right now. That's why Biden doing so well because in their minds they see that they know him. He's comfortable he has so many qualities that they are. Okay with and so it's hard. It is a very hard thing to do but they just have to keep trying keep going out there. Go to South Carolina. Talk to people ask for their votes. Go to to the places where you find. African Americans go into their community and ask them for the vote and convince them why you are the candidate that can be Donald Trump. Oh speaking of a candidate doing exactly that Senator Elizabeth Warren gave a speech on. Black Women in the workforce in Atlanta on the eve of the debate and and Congresswoman Presley had to step in in the middle of that speech to deal with Some protesters that Senator Warren at the time was was leading say their peace in the middle of her speech. What were your thoughts on how she approached what you said they should do? Go to where the people are. I think she did exactly what she needs to do. which is go to where the place where people are? People people are GonNA protest. They're gonNA protest and that's okay and they want their voices to be heard and you have to let them speak their mind and say what it is is that they need to say but I thought great she was there and she tried and I thought she's lucky she had presley to step in and deal with that moment because it is hard it is hard I remember in twenty fifteen with the black lives matter movement. That was a serious situation that young people we're dealing with the death of young Brown and Black Boys Brown and black women girls being murdered and killed and so they were trying to bring up an issue that a truly matter to them and you have to listen you have to listen. You can't turn away from it. You can't pretend it's not there. And so she did the right thing thing by being in there being in the community and talking to the community and sometimes there's a protest and you have to figure out how to handle that in a real way and twenty fifteen. That was tough for candidates dealing with the black lives matter movement and they needed to deal with them in a serious way because they were talking about an issue that affected the community so so speaking of dealing with protesters. You've written up beautiful book. You have a a really fascinating career but a lot of people. Will you know you as the person person who took on a protester to Protect Camera Harris. What was that like yes? It's so it's really interesting. I'm glad you asked me that question because at the time I didn't know he was a protester at the time. Hi My thought. Who is this guy that is coming on stage and I was worried I was worried for the life of and the wellbeing King of Senator Harris who is a black woman a woman of color running for president and we are in a divided country twenty four hours prior to that moment was the Virginia Beach? Shooting was a mass shooting and so I thought who is this guy coming on stage and my instincts just kicked in and it was. I mean it wasn't scary for me. At the time I was more scared for her and I stepped in wanting to protect her thinkings harm was going to be done and it wasn't until he took the Mike. Where you realize? Okay this this is a protester but at the time it was ono. What's happening? This is scary and and I cannot let this happen and I have to tell you. Join Katy that moment. I didn't realize this it started. This nuance wants conversation about how women feel the safety of women. I was shocked. 'cause you had three women onstage through when of color and I heard heard from so many so many women afterward who said wow. I've felt unsafe before. No one has come to my aid or there's times where I just feel. I felt this way I felt all you when this was happening. When you were trying to protect Kamla and so there was this real conversation that I was having with women about their own safety their own agency and and how they feel in the space and how they're treated and so it was an interesting moment it played out for? I did not know think it's GonNa go viral. You know you don't do something thinking it's going to go viral and did and a lot of it is because the emotions it brought up for many many people. Yeah it's it's important to note that there were three women of color on that stage at the time and as is often the case in this country the statistics of the way that violence impacts women of color versus even their white eight peers in this country are dramatic dramatically different and dramatically different in the wrong way. So it's important to highlight that before we let you go. We WanNa we haven't gotten to your day job which we talked about and move on dot org. I WanNa talk about that a little bit. There's over five million members I think but if you could talk a little bit about it and how it started when it started and what. It's looking forward to in the upcoming election. Speaking about the beginning of move Yvonne. I was having a conversation just this morning with a very prominent journalist who is asking me. Did anybody run ads in your defense in. Nineteen Ninety Ninety eight during the impeachment of President Clinton and I said of course they did. It was move on dot. Org that's where that started. That's how it started it. It was a very prominent journalists under forty. So I yeah that's the irony of move on to your point Joe. It started off off just like that. It started off because of how Bill Clinton was being treated and a couple of folks decided to start a petition and it was basically telling telling Congress to censure Bill Clinton move on like enough is enough and so that is how move on with started about twenty years ago a little bit more than twenty years. I think twenty one years now now ago and it turned into a platform of petitions It now has been involved in electoral politics and helping elect candidates it. is involved in pushing policy and legislation and Congress and it is more than five million people and so it is now the largest independent organization out there a progressive organization and for this coming year and twenty twenty we we will mobilize our members. Get them involved in the twenty twenty process because we still have to hold onto the house. We still have a lot to do besides the presidential election. There's a up and down ballot that we have to focus on and his training our members organizing getting them out to vote keeping them educated and aware and this is going to be the next phase as of twenty twenty that we do is really getting involved in making sure we win in November twenty twenty. That also reminds me of one other question. I think is important Gordon to talk about and you talk about in the book. One of the chapters is not all roads lead to Washington. You talked about the importance of state and local politics. Now you talk about the importance of reading the the actual newspaper as opposed to getting our news from twitter feed or even from the online version of the Journal of the Times or the Post. Because that's where you get. All of the local call happenings in. What's important to your daily life? Perhaps more so than the banner headlines But talk a little bit about I think politics is local. It matters it matters who oh holds local offices in your community and your town in near State and being aware of what is happening around you and so I tell people it's important to vote as Americans do not vote. Which is unfortunate? It's always low turnout so we all need to get out and vote and make sure we get our communities involved but we need to lead get into. We need to educate ourselves and read that local paper. Understand what your local elected are doing. It's very important it's It's imperative to your daily life and so I write about that and I encourage people to run themselves and it's just kind of leaning in a little bit more is what I try to do in the book. It's like what else we all need to be a little bit more political active little more involved in our community because it matters so. I think it's good to end where we started. You talked about listening to and dancing to Neil Diamond's America but you talk about that as a little girl and how that gave you optimism for this country entry in for the future of this country and that you still have that Yamassoum so as an immigrant as a black woman as a member of the LGBTQ not Q.. Community explain to our listeners. The reasons for that optimism. He I have to tell you while they're moments where it's really scary and you. You wonder what's going to happen next. I am hopeful. I'm hopeful for so many things. Because their last three years I have seen actions by people who have come together in this country to help all of us for example. The women's March when women came together and I saw it. I remember being on the roof of horror north capital we were doing coverage for MSNBC and seeing all these women just taking over Washington DC with their pink hats and wanting their voices to be heard. I remember that first weekend of the presidency where the Muslim ban had happened and people organically just went to airports took to the streets and you saw this amazing beautiful mosaic folks out there protesting and you had lawyers going to airports offering their services. I thought Oh my Gosh Josh this is this is hopeful. There's been stuff like that move. On held. A families belong together. March were hundreds of thousands of people showed up across the country to you. Give voice to kids. Babies being separated from their parents at the southern border when that story finally really hit the National Airways ways in two thousand eighteen the summer June of two thousand eighteen and how devastating that was but the fact that people came together and lend their voices and made themselves. It was very loud and clear and by the way. Now there's what seventy thousand kids who are who are orphaned and we don't know if they're ever going to be reconnected. I mean this is happening in Dr Name. What's happening with the administration is doing and just the electoral process since twenty? Seventeen of you know what we did in Virginia twenty seventeen now and now Virginia being blue getting Senate seat in Alabama getting gubernatorial seat in Kentucky and Louisiana and all these women running and winning and so I think I think there is hope I think there are things that could make us hopeful that you see people are coming together and and speaking up and now it's can we you take it to the next level in November twenty twenty and I'm hopeful in that as well well. The book is called moving forward a story of of hope hard work and the promise of America. It's a great read. Would recommend it for any young people thinking about getting into politics or people that have young people in their lives looking to volunteer going into an election year. And to get into politics. Kareen jean-pierre thank you. So thank you so much for having me really really appreciate thanks Joe. Thanks Katie Eighty. Thank you thank you for listening to words matter please. 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How Long Will We Wait For Election Results?

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How Long Will We Wait For Election Results?

"What's it like to drive the Volvo Ninety plug in hybrid? The thrill of four hundred horsepower a twin engine. The Joy. Of Impromptu, road trips. And the serenity. Of Electric Power Pure ecoed. Visit DMV Volvo retailer today to experience the xc ninety recharge plug in hybrid for yourself. We got lots to. Get to that Jeffrey toobin he's a bad guy always wants to him. We'll get to governor. CUOMO is the about to make another dumb decision that will kill another twelve thousand people we'll get to that coming up. We'll get to the debate, which is Thursday night lots to talk about hard to believe fourteen days till the election. It's two weeks from today and I'll be glad when it's over won't you? Joe Bartlett it's enough of this. Year? Well. Sadly. I don't think it's going to be offer on our network I. Think we'll be right where we are today. Yeah you remember the two thousand election that was Bush v Gore where Florida held up everything because there was a lot of shenanigans going on with the ballots in Florida that took a while it went to different courts. Finally, the Supreme Court had to settle I think there was the election of. Eighteen, seventy eight, that was. So much like this election, it was the first election where all these southern states, the confederacy, all those confederate all those were suddenly back in the mainstream and everybody got vote that year but it was highly partisan was just like this highly partisan they were. You know people threatening to riot Bad groups, extremist groups threatening to block the polls and anyway everybody voted but it was such a highly charged partisan election more people than ever came out and what happened there. This could be what happens today is that a lot of states couldn't get their ballots counted. So the election seemed to be over and they had the winner, but then certain states wouldn't certify because they kept just claiming that they weren't sure they had counted everything. So it was held up long time That's the. That's the problem you might have winner declared election night and some states. I'm trying to remember, Florida how did that work Florida was given to Gore? In the projection and it was taken back and given to Bush, and then there was no winter declared that night. I'm trying to remember that election night. We had to wait till morning I think the thought was that Bush had one initially the network said, Gore had won Florida but then once they took it back. Then they then they said Bush one but. Up Yet. definitive. Bush one, but they couldn't certify it and make it official and then a lot of people hope that Gore would just give in and remember yelled press conference that day saying he was not going to give him. He was going to take this to court and fight it. So we'll see. But on the other hand, there are some people that think this is going to be a landslide for trump on election night. all these. Well, all these polls you read a totally rigged totally fake metrics and uncle by any of them. It's some people think that Democrats. Really freaked. Everybody out this year with the rioting and the arson and the looting and the burning down cities and the get rid of the police and all that might freaked out a lot of people coming to universal you living in I mean that's sort of an alternate universe I mean. Most people think that Biden is gonNA easily win this. Well, a couple of things one, the polls are so rigged. That's always a good indication when you look in the metrics of the poll and they had to really get that much to get these results. Really. Bad. In every real poll, internal polls, real polling It's trump with a slight lead although even even deadly accurate internal pollsters. Tell you a trump under polls by ten percent usually. So you can add ten percent to that I. I just think sin don't you talk to a lot of people just normal voters who? They, kind of got freaked out by rioting and it's defunding police of like that kind of talk that i. a lot of people like I mean like, I don't know they like trump, but they vote for him. Yeah. No, it's not about trump. It's just they like law and order. This is kind of like nineteen, sixty eight in some ways it looked like Humphrey would win easily over the very unlikable Richard Nixon. But then there were riots all summer lot of riots and it was just like this where the Democrats were not good at controlling riots. In fact, they had that well let them riot. It's a of the principle of protest and people didn't like that and suddenly Nixon. One because all of a sudden people wanted law and order he called him the silent majority they didn't show up in the polls. But they showed up at the voting booth, and so we'll see what two weeks can we get through this two weeks we debate is Thursday night. it'll be we're going to carry it here. It'll be on everywhere it'll be at nine o'clock till ten thirty. The debate commission is totally corrupt. It is run by this swap Guy Frank Ferrick off just horrible horrible corruption on a debate commission that fifteen people on the board all. Avowed trump haters do that. How could you have the little balance there? He'll say we. Democrats and Republicans. Yeah. Those six Republicans you have are all on the records Donald Trump is destroyed America. He's awful. So they're always going to pick totally biased trump aiding moderator every question will be crafted. To help Biden and her trump now, do you remember in the beginning of all this? This debate was going to be about this. This debate will be on this and this third debate, which is Thursday night was supposed to be a foreign policy debate. Will now the debate commission change the rules? It's not going to be foreign policy Why? Because Joe Biden has the single worst record on foreign policy of anybody ever he's been wrong on every major foreign policy issue. Ted. Kennedy's to joke about that Bob Gates the. Defense in that administration said nobody's been more wrong on foreign policy than Biden other people have said that so they realized that's a bad subject for Biden. So they've taken that away. And I gotTA. Look at some of topics. Climate change is back. Didn't they do that in the first debate then they cover climate change. Grab, which bring that back because they decided it was a question favourable to Biden. So again, debate commission totally corrupt president trump was on a show this morning talking about that Any said he knows it's corrupt. He knows the moderator is corrupt. He'll. He said I'll play the game I'll live with it pretty good attitude. You GotTa admit he's pretty tough about that kind of stuff you know most people be whining and screaming and suing, and he just said I'll play their game I've I've done this with her before? It's Kristen Welker, who's pretty bad real real trumpeter and They made the decision that they'll mute the microphones for the first two minutes. There's an opening statement at two minutes, they'll meet the microphones. This is actually probably going to hurt Biden because that means he has to talk uninterrupted. For two minutes. Well, don't you think that's a problem for him. I do he. He's probably GONNA run. That's only to say. What's that town hall? Where they go they didn't interrupt he even when he didn't completely fall apart his answers were rambling. There was one where he started answering the question. And he went into another answer all of a sudden got into the wrong question he he'd memorize these answers and all of a sudden slippin with another answer. And then it's simply realized he was on the topic and went back to the original topic It's pretty bad. It's it's it's really bad. So Kristen welker is the debate moderator. Here's trump kristen. Welker is terrible I mean she is totally partisan her father and mother are big supporters of Joe Biden for a long time supporters of the Democrat Party and she deleted her entire account. That's funny fashion took down or twitter account because it's all trumpeting stuff. So she she took it down the debate commission totally interesting thing. They said if you let them talk, you'll lose this chain of thought because he's got though and I understand that but I also understand that as he's going down the line and issuing live. Generally It's okay to you know really attack that. Yeah so Should be pretty interesting. We think and think this really sways anybody think everybody's decided. Yeah, I you know I think Biden collapsed on stage of people still vote for him. Yeah you're probably right generally when you run for president. The caught the. The forty forty twenty model in other words, you have forty percent the other side is forty percent and twenty percent undecided. And the whole point is to try to get eleven percent of that twenty percent and then you win. Now everybody thinks that model is out this year that does he meeting everybody's locked in? They think there's not even a twenty percent undecided. So this is what's called a turnout election. Everybody's got their voters. It's who's going to get the best turnout who's got the best apparatus to get all those people that turn out all the tech companies you know it used to be turn out meant you had these buses in these workers bringing people to vote nowadays that turn out model. That means tech being able to get a figure out where your voters are sending messages to them get all the tech companies are working with Biden. So that's not a good sign One reason twitter is censoring the hundred Biden Story the one of the two or three heads of twitter one of the top executives. Worked for Joe Biden for years. Doesn't that sound like a bad sign. It's not a good deal all around with his hundred Biden story really know troublesome we gotta tell him. And two of the top facebook executives worked with Biden for years. So it's not a listen it's totally corrupt. You just have to live with it Anyway we'll be talking about the debate throughout the program, Jeffrey? Toobin. Did you ever know him? He's a bad got really bad guy. I really can't even begin to tell you what a bad guy he is. Obviously legal endless. Well, let me just give you one example. You ever get a guy who's like a tough guy at work he causes problems at work. And somebody's not good. People don't the coworkers well, this Guy Tuban. Really bad he has a habit of impregnating your daughter. It's not remember. Jeff. Greenfield. Yeah. The great he was on ABC for years now wasn't he a really these still a very nice man really nice guy. So it's not enough for two to start dating the coworkers daughter he didn't get pregnant. then demand, she have an abortion. Then refuses to pay for it. and then he claims he's not the father I. think it was a paternity suit I'm trying to and he's got a long history of these things. I could rattle off all kinds of scandals with this. Jeffrey toobin. He's just a bad guy. So yesterday, he also works for the New Yorker. Perfect place for him. And yesterday that doing a zoom call where they're going through their election night simulation of the election night it's a long zoom called you ever been what's the long assume clay you ever been on this was like two hours. On the morning show four hours. Oh. That's right. Yeah. Well, that's not you're doing a show though but This is a business meeting zoom called went on for a couple of hours. So apparently, this Tuban who like an Anthony Weiner Sicko wack job no pun intended sex maniac can't two hours without masturbating you just can't. So Somewhere in the middle of this zoom call as there's a little less action now in the call. And they see him turn to another computer. He's doing something on another computer and they thought. I thought he's on another zoom call. It looked like he was doing something on this other zoom. Call. but then they notice he is Taking it out. Taking out is peanuts has come out. Trying to figure out what is what is he doing, and then it's pretty clear to them. They're watching and you could see that he's he's masturbating in front of A. Thirty people on this call watching this I'll put you ever show your face again. Well, that's the question. Can you ever make a comeback? And I to say look at peewee Herman it's thirty one years later he's still trying to come back. You did a few. Loves Raymond Episodes, that little movie but the comeback is not worked. So I don't know how could he ever come back? I mean, how can you ever watch him on TV and that just burst out laughing Cash well, I hope he had a good time because his career is over. How could he be on CNN when they show him, you'd have to say wait a minute what's behind the desk there And let me see your hands. So now you might say he's married yet. Here he put out a statement admitted to it right away. What's he gonNA do they have a? Zoom. Zoom calls are usually recorded. Aren't they? Some people regard him. Yes. Yeah. When we have our big IHEART thing they recorded. So if you didn't get to see, you can watch it later. So Who knows at some point? Somebody might leak it out unsure already destroyed it I don't know if you really want WanNa see that I don't think so. He put out a statement of mmediately knowledge that it happened. It's true and he said I apologized for my wife my and a lot of cheeses wife what my all his poor wife what's this is nothing? This is the little scandal. This wife has had to put up with again these has had more affairs more getting people pregnant at the don't worry about the wife she's been through this stuff twelve times with this guy so. Very bad guy So what should he do He and Anthony Weiner four may wish. You know that Anthony Weiner has a job. He hired a PR firm guests and they went out publicizing got on Channel Four news yesterday for his new job. He's the CEO of a company that makes kitchen countertops I think it was called eyestone or something like that. He I don't know who this company is, but they got a really desperate for publicity. They're bigger publicity hounds than foul she. I mean higher Anthony Weiner to beat because they figure get a little tension Anthony Weiner. Now, he knows as much about business. And running a company as Hunter Biden. So I guess why not? If this company will hire Anthony Weiner and I watched Weiner on Channel Four they said, well, why isn't this a little because? No, you know people people have gone from business. To Congress why not from Congress to business because you're not going from Congress you going from prison prison for being pedophile. This company hires this just got to jail for being a pedophile as if there's nothing wrong. Would you buy a countertop from this company? Now? I, think I'd find someplace else. So, who knows that Jeffrey toobin maybe the CFO of this company In a couple of weeks. Anyway we'll get back to all of this check out the web pages. Some great stuff up there. Watch this clip. This is a couple of years as you. It would have been two, thousand sixteen. This is the debate moderator Kirsten Welcome. She's this is when Hillary was the candidates she's interviewing the. 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Carolla Classics: Paul Scheer + Schmoes Know Movie Villains

The Adam Carolla Show

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Carolla Classics: Paul Scheer + Schmoes Know Movie Villains

"Thanks for listening to the. Adam Corolla, show on podcast one. Let's take a quick break. You know what's one of my favorite things to do post dancing rehearsal knuckle I. It's put on some sweatpants immediately and having a drink. You all know I, love a glass of wine or two, but I also like to switch it up. So lately, Jason and I have been making a little cocktail at Naisi rum haven rum haven believes. Mother Nature did things right so it's crafted using real coconut water and not using artificial preservatives or flavorings. It is so incredibly refreshing. I. Mentioned I like to add it to a cocktail, but it's also actually great over ice with a splash of club soda. It tastes like I'm on vacation sitting on an island somewhere far far away, which is without a doubt a great. Feeling especially during these crazy times. So make sure to follow at rum haven on instagram because they post all types of these seasonal recipes, giveaways and tips. 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Yeah it's getting a little overwhelming but luckily. Thanks for getting that chocolate 'cause we got some bite sides nuggets right here. Let's start it off with a listener request. This is from Andrew H. He writes Feo thank you. Thank you. Thank you for all the classics podcast. I've been listening to a lot of your stuff to get a break from virus talk. Remember. Adam talking about people correcting wieners last name. Not Weiner it's winer. Talking about Anthony Weiner then Adam in comparison about if Monica Lewinsky's last name was and then I don't WanNa step on the clip too much but it's pretty fantastic. He says, thanks for the good work. FELLAS. and. He mentioned it was talked about on the adamant Jerusha originated and we can probably play those clips which we will at some point But until then he won the first time, it was played on the UCS worse time and brought it up. It's Admiral Corolla show eleven thirty featuring Paul Scheer rose and Brian Bishop. This is from July of twenty thirteen and he he asked them what they think of his a funny idea from the Adam and drew check it out. With Allison Rosa. Shopping. Time sometimes, it's bad. And when it's time to wrap it up. With it become. So Anthony Weiner's campaign manager has now quit but wieners evidently still in the race for mayor this. Whole thing the fact that he's still sexting and sending photos of his junk. came out while when we got back from New York, but we haven't been in. This is the first time we're back in the studio happened right up on the whole story Adam. Yeah I was I was I was laughing when Dr drew and I were doing our podcast together because I said if I were Anthony Weiner the beginning of every press conference, I ever had from this day onwards start with by the way it's winer it's always been winer I was always called. It's pronounced winer. It's a German name is not Weiner. It's winer. So please if you could get it right. I said to drew which. I said. Imagine if Monica Lewinsky's last name with Chuck. Do you think she would go no it's a French name. It's called shows. Not Chugs Kat Why why not just call it wine or maybe it's too late in the game but. By changing his name to Carlos Danger, he just went to extreme. Just took it a little bit too far. Here's my issue with this What's the big deal about sexting and being married is that really being married? She's been along for the ride. I mean I feel like he's sexy and being a mayor, right? I mean. I'm really going back and forth on Weiner because. Winer all a lot of grief because on the one hand I agree with you that why does it really matter and yet he seems so lecherous, there's something like I feel like I I try to be open mind about it but I look at him and all I this. This is such a distraction at this point and there just seems to be something so. Reckless and almost kind of Tori, but we come from a world where. JFK and Clinton were these men definitely have had affairs and with all sorts of different type of women and they were in much higher power at one point I was I was thinking you know he didn't actually have physical fares with these. Exactly. However, this for some reason feels more like he he's like a flasher creepy. Creepy. When he said, he suffered a sup of the woman it would be like Oh. That's a bad thing but sexting. It seems. Well. It's all of the sort of potential negative baggage of an affair without the come shot. Yeah. So. It's like I'm going to risk it all for nothing. I, don't that's. What he gets off on, is this virtual sex right so for me a couple of things. Guys can first off I'm starting to realize that being a mayor or governor. Lieutenant Governor even the president starting to realize I don't I don't think there's that much involved with the Gig anymore like I just feel like all these guys are doing is either campaigning playing golf visiting another country going to a funeral hang out with embassador and it just we I think we're at the point where the country just sort of runs itself I mean Los Angeles. Had A semi-retarded Maher for like eleven years just kind of ran like it just kind of. Think the mayor of Los Angeles was out like burning the midnight oil drafting up documents and legislation. All you do is cross your fingers at no natural disaster happens, and that's the only time when you are really tested as the 'cause the rest of the time, he's fucking a reporter or he's out of the country or whatever he is. I. Mean. Literally, our mayor worked fourteen percent of the time like he work an hour and eleven minutes a day. Generous. La Mayor One time it was an event and he came out and his opening line was in very sincerely like this is very important to me tonight I actually did not go and work out I. Know My work I came here instead because you mean that much. Weight and it was not a joke. It was like he was a you're telling me that you came to this event and you you didn't work out today like that's so my feeling is a I don't know how much we need these guys I I know good mares can make a difference, but I think everyone else just kind of it's like I'm GonNa put this ship on autopilot. You sit up and try not to get drunk and we'll see if we can get through this and so that's one side the other side, the decision making an impulse. Control scares me a little bit like Clinton and to some, and for sure like with the Kennedy situation in the Kennedy era was understood. That's what you did. You're almost an outsider. If you weren't banging an intern number one, you'd be frowned upon you know with the press when you guys went out for high balls after after that and so there is a an element of he knew he could get away with it. So thus, he did now you have to know you're not GonNa get away with it and you have to sort of it's like. Back in the day when when when a guy would rob a bank and a cop car come behind him in the thirties and the Banjo music could fire up and he turned down the dirt road. You're like Oh that guy's trying to outrun that COPs Yeah Okay Now, there's a helicopter in the air and there's a guy talking to a guy that's five cities in front you and he's putting out attacks drip and stuff. Now, if you run from the cops, you're fucking nuts because there's just no possible way because there's held her and there's a radio. So technologies basically said you can't run. So back then when the guy would run from cop I'd go maybe you can make it. Yeah. Now I go he's insane. So when Kennedy Fox intern go maybe can get away with it when Weiner texting pictures of his cock, you like when I always insane. Right that's the thing that's the most Oh. Yeah. Because I was leading in the polls I think that people were willing to give them another chance. It's just now it's like I don't know I mean do you. It does seem self destructive and Sydney leathers who's the woman with whom he was sexting most recently she gave an interview and she said that he didn't really seem to be going that far to protect himself he had asked her. You WanNA reality show between his wife. Winer, wieners wife and who Houma Humor 'cause I. Yeah. What is that house like what is going on there? That is a tense environment in that press conference she looked like she wanted to kill him. Kill him six months ago when he? Was Oh here's here's the here's the reality show we get her together with. Shit remember that teacher that was getting it on with her like. Mary Kay Letourneau Yeah we get Kayla turns no her husband, oh? Oh, that's a good one. Yeah. Because that motherfucker had moved to Alaska like you literally living in this town with four kids and your wife is dating the fourteen year old Samoan kid and then they're like then she goes to jail then she gets out goes I'm still we're still getting back together and stuff like you have to move the humiliation factor on the cuckolding that's going on is often fucking. You're in the same town and you're going to run into those to go into like chucky cheese on day. I always think about like what happens to those people on Youtube but have like the those means that go on the grape stomp lady or something like that like the grape stomp lady cannot be hired again but you know you she's went down fouled that bottle. Right. If you Google that person like Oh, that's it. My career is of you have to go to Alaska. You know the guy feel sorry for is a guy who bangs grape stomp lady after she's fully. But he's just banging away and Paul's the he's going hard and she's like. Nothing. Feels good. Feels good but I don't hear anything coming out like. I told you felt good done this before usually all these youtube thing are you just fucking squealing? Twenty. Minutes Straight and feels good. Nothing let me speed up a little bit. I'm starting to shave but no. Reaction You don't want that briefs now. As, the next guy sector that what you fucking one. I went on Geraldo last night. There was a panel to talk about the Weiner thing and. I heard it was somebody check out his PECs her although they need. Shot he did. I. Didn't say I kept wondering what can I mentioned this? Yes. Apropos the picture of dead he took it down though there's the photo this Geraldo tweeted a photo themselves. Yeah same When it gets so dangerous close to Crotch like when you See what we know a lot about his grooming right now said, seventy S I had no idea. It was seventy seventy is new fifty then he took it down but he said. That he'd had too much. Tequila. That's why he he's been annoying people for a long time. I like. The Vault Al Capone's vault. Avid stuck twenty five years ago. Already did that. Yeah. I ran into him as a weird thing but talking about Wives and sexting and all that kind of stuff. I did the tonight show when he was on the tonight show and I think he said to me like a house dancing with the stars or something and I said that's fine. You know just kind of a pain in the ass but it's interesting know and he said, yeah wife won't let me do it. I was like, well, why don't you WanNa? Do it once in a now she? She she thinks I'll get caught up with one of the ladies or something and he kind of gave me like. Maybe. Right. He's like double secret probation. Yeah He. said. there's no way I'm going to grind on some hot blondes hip for five hours a day without something happening I'm a I'm a I'm a man Pash it like this is the he should run for New York mayor. He has. Yes. This interesting I'm realizing that because every time I almost every time I've done Geraldo, it spend to talk about some kind of sex scandal. got it bad for evading. There's some guys that are wired and I'm guessing Geraldo is in a in a way. That's like if you're gonNA come up and grind your pelvis against them for four and a half hours a day shit's going to go down. Yeah. That's just how they are. That's all that they're. Used yes. So Anyway, let me tell you about the most surreal experience ever. It was me Marion Berry who was there to talk all being a disgraced politician Gayle Haggard wife of Pastor Ted Haggard. Remember him and then. This woman who was from like a family values council place anyway. Man Berry Says that he never smoked crack. It was a plot against he's nervous admitted to it, and that's something is proof there is picture right videotape. Yeah. Yeah. No he says that that they never prove what was in that pipe what else do you smoke in that? Like what did you think you were smoking? What did you think you bought? Anyway. So that was baco insane have been something else in that light bulb that was the whole thing took a turn that I don't think anyone was expecting it to, and then Gayle Haggard said that her husband wasn't really homosexual. Oh. Also took another turn. So I think those four people didn't quite do with producers works well they. Didn't but also. With a hold on was it Marion Barry who was in fact? It. But the part we invited the hooker up to the room to just the you know just chill that that he doesn't deny right say she was a hooker but he said that she had bought. So she brought some powder cocaine that's like we. had. Evidently. It's rare that you hear people making the distinction by calling it powder cocaine he still. He got reelected right Back he was the mayor for a while longer. Yeah. You weren't for him. You don't judge is fine not. Realize but don't you think and this may be too lofty of a topic. But as our society keeps going forward and everything is revealed, you cannot be this puritanical person that everybody wants you to be when you're running for office now that you will, there is dirt on every one of us at A. Part of why I keep going back and forth this because I feel like wieners behavior. So many guys do that. It's not that unusual. Kind of revolted here. Here's I. Think this is what we're i. mean there's there's this a two parter. One is what they've done in the past like we're now at the point where President Obama says I smoke pot back right and everyone's goes. Yeah. All right back in the day like cool. So there's first off there's the back in the day. Yeah. Yeah. You know and I think we're all pretty past the back in the day part whatever we didn't college whatever drug. Even if you had a first marriage went bad and you got caught your Kakinada cocky jar, you fine. Well it's the impulse control and the what we don't like here's what we don't like we don't like being yanked around. It's weird like like this whole thing of like. Well, we're not comfortable with gay people. No, we're not comfortable with people. We think are gay who won't tell Sergei and then once they tell us or gave we don't. We don't care anymore glance bass like were uncovered Lance Bass because rock and that guy? He, fucking me up and then a certain point he goes I'm gay go. Oh Okay and then we leave it alone like never comes up again when no one brings lance bass his name anymore like there's no, we're done. Okay good. We've checked that box we're moving forward now. So what Fox with us is kind of being we don't like giving yanked around. and. If a guy says, look I fucked up I'm sorry and whatever. We'll move on from that when he comes back around to that's that Fox us. He should have come out and said I, look I have a problem with sexting and I'm going to do it but I'm going to be a good mayor here. Right? It's like you have it as part of your plan and I will sex drive's get out. Strong on sex I, I, I cut a PSA on sexing driving share not only you but your children as well. I'M GONNA turn this fucking lamb eliminates like. Hi. I'm Anthony. Winer. Okay. Not. Weiner. Winer. Anthony can you took the Strip place I? Mean this is about sexting. Your name just say your name people know you are. Out to kind of. One of the. Hi. I'm Anthony. wigner. and. while. You know. My Passion. Is Sex thing. I never. Ever, do it from behind the wheel. I'm always in the passenger seat while my wife drive. Wait a minute probably for fix that. If a sped well. I got one Roddick fifty two if you want me to. Embarrass coming in next. Hindu that? Marion Barry about the I don't do crack only powder cocaine. That's right. These are not streetwalkers. These are these are called girls. There is a difference people wanNA. Do that one this workers call girls, or the paddock okay? So you yeah now. Mayor. Mayor Marion Barry. I ever smoked crack in office. But when Oh, wait I I'm messing it all right as we were. Doing more time I mean former man I'm having such a hard time because I never smoked this. So I don't even know what this is about, but anyway, I'll do this at. Crack. Cocaine is terrible. And that's why I do a drug. Of Choice it will be cocaine powder cocaine powder. The easier nicer crack. American. Yeah from the both. powdered cocaine cocaine powder sounds like something each sprinkle over cereal or put in a drought. Cocaine, found all right I just feel like I kind of wanted to make it. Out cocaine powder cocaine. Yeah. Sounds like powdered milk. So Either way we gotta go to lunch. Hold on one second. Okay. I'm ready to go now. All right. We're done with the PSA's what else we got. One more thing I just wonder why these I can't think of one example of the wife of a disgraced politician leaving him. Close to win the scandal happens Why do they stay? I think. Well first off I think they. I there's there's I. think There's a chance at redemption for their husbands I think part of it is a business decision like Hillary Clinton for sure and a lot of people in a position where they're husband is a business. This is a Gig you know and you got bills and things like that. So I think some of it is a kind of business decision. The other part is a weird certa pressure to act like you're devoted when you really pissed I also think there's an element of like shock involve like it's the same reason why everyone signs US releases on? Prank shows. What's going on? Okay. Yeah, and they signed it right away like they're like all of a sudden like this scandals broke their on stage. They're talking to people don't have time to wait what is he doing? It's their life is not in a normal space for that moment though Maria Shriver got out quick with Schwarzenegger shoes like he had that thing break and then choose gun. Yeah. She's the only one who I think but I mean that's been after years Schwarzenegger. They weren't already separated Maybe. Maybe. I I thought you pulled out like right when that thing got announced about the. But but a maybe we can figure that out also. She may be privy to things that we're not privy to I'm assuming long before were privy to them. So she may have found out about this. She did pull out eight months ago or eight months before the scandal, she may have known eight months before the scandal. personality David Kid critic died oh a lot of talk. In Dallas or something right because he was broken up about. South. Yeah. A lot of people on twitter have been really broken up over it. I was not familiar with him but I feel like I'm in the minority here. There's a lot of kids out there but yeah what happened? He died at a charity golf event. It was his charity kids kids charity The official cause of death has not come out but people are saying that as a brain aneurysm. Wow. fifty-three with a lot of damage and there are a lot of kids at that golf charity to well, that'd be a really frightening. And yet many quotes saying he died doing what he loved. Today you know in as far as the OBE it goes now on top of the hooker when you had the heart attack is not quite as good as doing a kids cherry our raise money for kids. So God bless him. He's going to be missed by no wait a minute word Christie lived for a year and a half years in Dallas. Dot there Georgia there and she knew this guy was she like read it on Facebook I don't think that guy and he was a dj out there. Yeah. Kid craddock in the morning with the show is heard on more than seventy five, top forty and hot a C radio stations. Maria Shriver's by the way lawyer was hired before the Sandal went. So she was but we don't know if she you got you gotta figure she knew something I mean there was I remember they did a whole magazine one time devoted to Schwarzenegger sex stories like everyone who'd worked with him and just like that he would just just one story I. Remember I read it when I was a little kid and I? It's my brain is at some pe- was trying to get him out of his trailer and they opened the door and he was going down on this girl and he turned to them said eatings not cheating. And that was the story and then like the next month like Linda Hamilton wrote that that's another thing. You should do license plate frames. And then Linda Hamilton, the next month and like Premier magazine a huge articles like he's my friend and he's never like he's not like this but the whole home magazine was just like twelve fifteen different people going down Yup Yup. Yup. What are you know let me I'm man I'm GonNa have to rethink my my approach to this, but it's like there there's a mayor and San, Diego who? Trouble for stuff and it's a lot of like. Well, we had A, we're having a meeting on a property taxes, and then we had a follow up meeting on parking and subterranean parking. But Anyway, it was about eleven in the morning he called me into the office before anyone else. Came in and then he grabbed my boob and I'm like, what's the batting average on you get your Dick Sucked after that move you know what I mean like yeah, and it has Please tell me I don't feel like there's A. Scenario where a chip could just come in a good start grabbing her and she'd be like. feels. So. What about the grabbed my blue especially in the morning? Here forty two years older than me like his and her work. Well, that's what it's so weird. The Clarence Thomas thing I mean again, here's a court judge denise say like. My pubic hair on your candidate Hoke is that going to turn anyone on like that is not a turn on the new. I WANNA see more of that pubic hair net look. What is that? Oh West understand the. Creepy. Somebody's been working out you really you really look great and then there's we're doing a charity dinner tonight, and if you wanNA combine ever drink, you know that I understand the going to grab your titty real quick while we're standing in a hallway. Is there ever Barbie like Oh what about the other? So, Louis Mrs your caress like. I. It it's. It's dudes. Are they delusional? Do they think the women are just dying to be groped by them everybody in big problem I think. You whatever it is. You look at in life you cannot take the fact that other people don't see it through your prism. So if somebody says, Hey, man ever been in that place cut and had that Kobe beef and you go you've had that and you're like Oh my God it's unbelievable. You can't fathom somebody gone now. Thanks but no thanks not for me. Not For me you just do deal with movies we go. That was fucking great movie man and Didn't like and you what's wrong with right? So you're like as a dude I, think your fantasy is just to be standing in some place of business and get yanked off by some chicken. You wouldn't do anything about it or. Fantasy fantasy. So the notion of you then approach a woman like you would like to be approach. You know what I'm thinking about right now. My kids are here. Slows me down a little bit. What I'm saying like a lot of dudes take their sexuality and Kinda grafted on yeah to women and there's I've always said. Women. are like cats guys are like dogs. When when men approach women sexually like a dog when I was my dog as I grab or two positive, she's standing there Magog Mileage or pause it positive furthest away from me, pull them toward me and flip back like a turtle and sexist fucking pound the Shit Outta Dow start playing bongos underbelly revenue running around like she loves it but you can't do that shit with a cat cat's gone. We do with the cat, the cat put your hand and the cats sniffed around a little and then the cats are applies its own pressure and then you sort of lean back a little toward the direction. But what guys will do the attack, the woman like they think They're yet getting yanked again I'm my gut is that was not the first time. He is done it though right the first time either be like like what made that day then specially Grab her boob like a what what went on in them. Before I. Don't know what again I don't know what the batting average is. I don't know that there's ever been any success with the the boob grab. Or just general grope or or the corner the I. Think he grabbed someone's head and tried to kiss her yeah or. Like I'm GonNa Force your mouth downturn join or something like. Batting average zero unless now if you're Schwarznegger. Angle I heard a great thing a bruce I mean again, this is a from a friend of a friend. I heard this story that Bruce Willis pick up line, which is amazing. He says to woman eatings not cheating. He goes. What are you doing for sex later? And that says line Ryan and it's like if that works then you're in if it doesn't. On right that's like I mean at least but I love anything that's direct which is yeah that's the. Putting the heart and the die hard guy. But that's the die. Hard Guy looks great in his wife Feeder not the guy who? Life. backlit brought to you by GEICO GEICO weaned switch to Geico and see how much you could have been saving. It'll hunt you. 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We played many times. I don't think these asking for this is with Randy. Sklar. Jason Sklar Sklar brose. Geographic Brian Bishop. This is from October of two Thousand Fifteen Adam Kirsch sixteen eighty and this. I think exactly what he wants if not, we'll go back and find Joel. McHale. Because it may also exist but let's not want rob until in check it out. You're gonNA break the streak of crawl fathers not showing up to football. Well, my dad didn't go to games practices played that. We talk about are we talking about this? Practice. Practice. Out on the line himself every week. If he wanted to scribe flag football to remove the AL like the say all the time football. Thank you. Tom Say. L. At the. I love the one kid and flag football who just still tackles other people. Going after everybody. He's going wedding crash here. ASTRAL GTS magnetic. You should use it. We use it. I love when you tweet me the pictures and you can get it available at major retailers quick lube centers. 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Comprehensive but they told the story about these guys who went down to bust like a porn ring or some ring prostitution or something down in Florida, and they went as undercover like Mafia guys, and they couldn't come back from the personas that they created. Though they like sometimes when we go into Barca, shack. Just can't come back deep condo. Ball. Cover false all steep coveralls covered Almir station. The part where the cops are posing as. Business Folk who then get in with Heidi Fleiss. I'll fine wasted the taxpayers money because nobody gives a fuck. If Charlie, Sheen wants to buy an expensive blowjob. Doesn't affect us our family, but then the part where you do get to fuck the runaway as part of cover. Off. Done assignment. So I gotta go down to the evidence room, I need a couple of bundles of twenties. Ferrari Testarossa, fucking cigarette boat. Anyway I'll be balls deep and the this by the way I know we said we're going to have this raft in about three months this gone. The Guy and the WHO shooting the porn, who's like fucking the girl, and then like everyone's like, okay we got any one more for me. More Thought I heard a helicopter or something minority. Helicopters around here all design. Then I just need one more for me apart in every movie where the chick says, are you a cop and if each a cop, he has to say a cop. I don't know about that party came get his Dick Suck with impunity doesn't have to talk about that posited said just I'm sorry I didn't hear you I didn't. Hear. You. Let me finish. Let me finish. I can talk to you. How does that fuck and go like down at Rampart? When like Oh, you guys are with the crash unit. So got to go break up. Oh, one of the crypt shout one of the blood sister so they're looking for revenge today. Hill. Remember. Share site. New set chicks. Can you I don't know if it was down the evidence room have you seen the crack pipe? I just need to pick that up. WE'RE GONNA head on out just in case. Unseen. Case. 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People. I don't know if he's going to be there this time. Any words of praise for Drew Carey He's GONNA be able. To you're headed to the party. he was giving away women for the next item up for bid. Those. Him having. Campbell that off food. Wayne. Brady. To. Must be funny when I was a woman displaying the woman. Funny Yeah. But again, it's not really party. It's kind of an orgy it's starts as a party and then just sort of an orgy salad an assignment. Big undercover anyway a little off. Good luck. Just a little fluff. Clink Oh My God. Against me again, I may be gilding the lily here but that fucking test. Orosa. is about forty two inches off the ground. You Got Fucking ben myself like a six to. A. fucking. Get into that tall workers comp thing you know to Complain. Spree. Willing to do. We call that sacrifices for the people. thinking. In another nine months to three and a half years, we should have this thing about half solved. Sky. Closer. Here's. 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AL reveal one of the skills of one of the shows I think this is what he wants. This doesn't exactly have a wine is looking for we will find the actual schmos clip plant, but this might be it check it out there. Says Dear Mary thank you? Chris Karloff Markelle here schmos. No, the website. YouTube dot com slash schmos no and the no. It's the K. N. O. W. Variety of. Twitter them at schmos. Lots of new movies to talk about summer movies to talk about some you've seen. That we're GONNA talk about no, we haven't seen him. Yeah. We're GONNA see Premie theus on Tuesday put on a lot of these. Summer seasons. Kind Kinda kicked off a May got June July and August got some pretty good ones coming up. We got made covered mays mays in the bag. That's right. What Is that the pre one? million. Yeah Really Scott returns. Yeah. Here's the thing. It's a prequel and but it takes place like what twenty years before the first thirty years and all the technology looks better. Take the George Lucas thing. Yeah. Yeah. The special effects have gotten a lot better since nineteen seventy nine. Now you got to make it look older is it now? I? I do believe the first alien was a great example of delayed gratification like. Sex is better if you do some foreplay tantric I don't engage in it. Myself have you ever attempted the tantric way of love making there have been times when it's been put off longer than I would have liked. Like past the salad. Yeah. And it's always better but you just don't want it. Then why you so what we've done is we've given our primal urges when it comes to movies and we start with chasing but the first alien was so good because they just teased you and they made you wait and wait and wait and by the time it came pardon the pun you were just so fucking ready you climax. Yes. Literally List you saw it then when then when? The came out with aliens and subsequent more. It was like a now started to hit the ground running their one hundred them and it just became overwhelmed with the thing with alien also is that fact it's like you say it's a fairly simple movie. But when you get teasing you finally do see the it's not like some pop it looks like a cry alien. So you again that's nine, hundred, seventy nine and you're able to do that. It was believable and it is more of a horror film. Anything James Cameron for aliens made it more of an action which I loved aliens but yeah. That's what it was. The first alien was like it was like a nice romantic. That was like the notebook right and then aliens is just a porno. It's just a triple X. just everybody shooting and everybody. Else but the story comes to and I think that actually think Wyoming Book Oh that's harassed but aliens, it sets up the story as to wear prometheus where we have the whole wheeling thing and the corporation and the story. If you didn't have James Cameron bringing that, I don't think you would know has much what's going on because it-it's it a lot in Well you have to care and that's the part they screw up on, which is you got to get to know the characters because if you don't know them, then you don't really care if they're devoured by the alien or not. But if you spend an hour setting a up and really getting to know him then when the person is running from. The Alien. You're screaming run. Yeah versus who gives a shit but that was probably the only three is the beginning three. It actually sets up to where you make sure that all the cool guys that you white like Hicks you know Bill Paxton for Malian are dead. That's the first thing you see three. So it's just bawled sigourney river running around not. killed off the one Guy Care Sodom neum see from from Golden Child, Ooh? Wow. He's in he's in it for the first Charles. Dance sure is. No. Action here. Or is, but he's the love interest for this. Okay. Good Sams, he's going to get some Ripley Ville and then they kill him and you like no, and then rock. What's his name Charles? Dutton. is running around and it's just horrendous. Alien Three is basically the the action scene in that is they're just closing garage doors in prison on aliens. That's all David fincher though they well, it's why. I always say look, this is the reason why Mexicans can't make dessert because they go. FRY. Well, there's that. Races go like look what is the difference between a dinner roll and a pastry and somebody said sugar and then someone said, then you know it'll be the best desert ever big blocks of sugar and it's like it's make sense but it doesn't work. You need some salt in some yeast and some shit in there that it goes against the goes against desert convention like you'd think well, why would This make if you tasted yeast, you'd be like what the fuck is this doing my discern like trust me or if you tasted salt, you'd go wise this in my desert trust me and that's what they do. They throw in too much sugar and you just start swimming in it and you don't give a shit transformers three was it was just a bunch of sugar for the last forty five. Awesome. Some East Brian where's the yeast? He got today then asked about the controversy. What about Dr how did you guys feel about dressing? Drive I know the Ryan gosling movie maybe the best five minutes I spent in the movie theater last year was the first five minutes of that moving I. Love that opening scene when he terrorist mission and then the movie just Kinda gets a little. Thanking Yeah I think so too, and the thing is with that movie. I just think that it's the director does really job and does a lot of Nice visuals to to but they teach you that it's going to be this action film and then it's like an art house film which is fine but don't tease me and make me think I'm getting no one talks for the next half hour and everyone was saying, oh, gossip should be nominated for this. He's a great actor and probably one of the best out and the Guy Stares at walls for an hour say that Brian everyone loved it. I never felt more vindicated. Love he's the only one I know Dr. Horrible critics calls a great Phil know it's but he's not. He's not alone actually I know a lot of people. Do that you reviewers award this year and actually the fucking thing one they'll look a lot of I here. Here's the thing. Here's the thing. There are a lot of there's a lot of art that with distance it actually gets better, and then there's a lot of that with this dense gets worse. There's a lot of movies that didn't do that great and didn't even get that much proclaim when they came out critically but five years later people step back and go. Wow that really was a great film. I feel like drives stock drops every four weeks like it just keeps dropping got out of the gate with only shit and then it's been going to a museum fifty years to see driving. Opposite of that as as Warrior Warrior had had no Muslim everybody that is worrying loves that movie? Yeah. That's a MMA movie. Yeah and that's Tom Hardy. Nick. Nolte. Anyway Spiderman what's going to be like this spiderman? It's a reboot of spider-man. So it's a new guy and so it's not tobey maguire anymore and it's coming out July fourth and it's weird because nobody's talking about the vendors may yet the dark knight rises coming out later in July. So Spiderman is flying under the radar a little bit and I'm curious for Brian what you thought about that's who. There's two sides of that as well. Some people think that it should not be rebooted. It's too soon because the two thousand seven was the last one. But I, I'm all for because I think they're taking the more kind of no one approach to it, and you know when you see like a pretty woman is supposed to be pretty and you just don't get to messing or whatever and you like. Don't lie just doesn't do it for me go there for spider. Carolina's about Spiderman. Faster the character. I love the third. The second one is on the all time. Best Comeback Movies opinion. So I like the original original through five years ago trilogy but. Just. Can't get it up or spiderman that's your Nicole Kidman because. Everybody says Nicole Kidman's most beautiful thing in the world and it just doesn't. Love, her she smells. It's a chick thing. She smells gray. She likes she. Wants Kinda creepy. Plastic well, this was. Plastic. Seven years ago. The plastic was kind of Nicole Kidman smells like a really nice like a Morton steakhouse bathroom. No, she's like a little perfume. Yes. A little t sanitize surprise. Like a bathroom that has a flat screen over the urinal Nice. Really Nice back. To Watch more, TV. Shuttered would doors. pissing although How about the dark? Knight. Dark night. I'm really looking forward to I i. think that's the difference. Did you guys see the vendors now? I'm I keep I keep wanting to bring my kid and everyone tells me what a great movie. The avengers and go good I'll. I'll go with my kid and he's like lukewarm on it like how how old's your kid? He's six and he's into all the superheroes and everything in love in Iran and I keep wanting to like you know get his pussy a little moist and that's a fucking maybe can sway. Dr. Anthony Event litterbox. To a little over two hours. Your kid love. Him while hitting the slipper, that's true. You're going to know more about your kid walking out of the adventures okay I he should have grown a Pena's by the that movies done, and then if he doesn't like it, he may be a communist really. That's what everyone says. It's crazy. The reason I bring that up is because that movie it's just pure action some character stuff here and there but the dark knight has to succeed in story and character whether the vendors didn't just throw up these characters you can utilize ashes and everybody else is asking you're fine right but in dark knight if this trilogy doesn't. Come together and together. Nicely it's just going to be like, okay. When is it Christian? Bale back. Bells back Tom Hardy who got from warrior. And Anne Hathaway as cat woman, which is the sketchy casting I think. And then you have a bunch of other people to marry. You worry about them cramming too much into that was the problem that the first Batman series or in the ninety suffered from Batman forever they had three villains and then Batman and Robin. There was like nine hundred of them. But the difference is you have Nolan versus Joel Schumacher total total recall coming back. Now when they do. Total recall do they do like? Are they going to do a? You know there's some bands that cover a song or remake a song and make it their own, and then there are other ones that make it. Sound almost exactly the same as it was like their certain songs like if you was always talk about like Gloria. Gloria. Stefan. Turn the beat around. Her version sounds exactly the same as the chick of Sung at nine, hundred, seventy, seven like there's no reason to remake that one. But Cat Stevens redoing Sam Cooks and other Saturday night. That's a total different thing they're going to do. The same movie of they're doing a different way they're based off the short story. I think we've Philip K Dick is at who wrote a Thank you. Turn the beat around their original they're. They're they're doing it's more based on. It's not take place in Mars. So by still they're not doing the three hundred women unfortunately. And I don't know if there's going to be a little midget with WHO's GonNa be the Sharon. Stone. Len Weisman's wife Kate reconcile. Second Sell. Yeah this looks cool to me because again it's it's two thousand twelve now. You're going to be great. This could be if the original one was you really got me by the kinks. This could be you really got me the van Halen version. Back and say on a coal kidman or is she she's ninety damn good looking. Yeah, we're into her yeah I pumped her one time and she was pretty Yeah it's very attractive. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No Nicole Kidman is chicks thinks she's beautiful check. Every. Case now plastic turned. Yeah. I I don't think I ever thought she was pretty though well. Let me let me tell you there. There are women that women want us to be attracted to be. So great as a society if we get like Pale skin and curly red hair. Nice. Be Cup like yeah. Check out this walking recessive gene that's on the movie screen since she attractive because then it's GonNa make me phenomenal. Hey, that fat Brent I bring to the bar. She's Cute Right I'm. Not. Saying. This a little underhanded right? Hey isn't John Goodman traffic? This is the original. See You. You don't remake this though I mean I'm not the biggest fan in the world of this Maybe this is a great song. Here's the thing. She remade the song and it sounds exactly the same and that's bullshit. Form of flattery cushy made sincere way too fucking. Make Money Right? When they remade psycho same with. Vince Vaughn did It was the same shot when gus fans ended and it was like, no, that doesn't work. You don't need to do that. Yeah. Copying the original, which is the original. Thank you, and then there's and up and making it making it your own but i. The original. That's like the. Beatles. Twist and shout covering the Eisley Brothers share and then there's adding hip hop to a song which also that's the other part of the bell curve which I despise I despise as well. I just feel like you ripped off somebody song it's the it's the antithesis of art, which is you ripping off the best part of Kashmir and putting your shitty show and then all the fucking defenders I don't get all the defenders you're talking about sampling and stuff. Yeah. San Diego I liked that. Song. It's cash me cashmere riff in the middle that song. When he did Queens. Yeah, it was like I liked that song I know because you like and David Bowie Nineteen, seventy eight. They always use with though it introduces kids a new generation to Queen David. Bowie I had no idea that they had a song called under pressure until. Something new that y'all ten years no. No, you know why? Because the Ding, Ding Ding and then I immediately would turn it off because I don't. Why are they playing this on the classic rock stations talk a whole generation this confused. All right one movie for us to really. Not Us. But that you guys are most exciting five of us were going to a movie all going. Wears reboot the. This is we the Moon Rise Kingdom because I still haven't seen that yet and I really have you seen any did you like it now? That's garbage. Not See that why no interest you don't like Wes Anderson at all you hate him. Quirky, corky. Term yet two days ago, which was corky comedies have nothing going. To look like the Guy I. Loved transformers. Crazy well, the corky is the hey, look at me and how precious my movie is bothers me Yeah I've ever seen one anderson film so I. I love row. Yeah. Those are the two I. really enjoy technocratic. This movie the. Big Budget wants for me I mean I would I'd see the Dark Knight rises or I'm actually looking at the new trailer for born legacy just came out and with Jeremy, Renner is a guy that I. it ruined I gonNA put Shyla boots or loof in her. Yeah animated cat. Carrier. Supposed to be, in. And they didn't thank God casino put Renner and now he's coming off the avengers fame and everything else. So I think that's going to be something pretty well, the great thing about the Bourne series and I just want to see Hollywood are you listening? All of the CGI stuff has left this broadcast or cold. I can't take I sometimes see the commercials and go is this animated or live action there's so much fucking CGI on the screen and born did is they went look we're gonNA take a car and we're going to drive it off a bridge and it's going into the lake and he's going to have to get out of that. It's a real car. Guy Hey for this Audi, right? Oh, the fucking off a trestle bridge and when he fights a guy who's GonNa fight a guy when he's climbing along the ledge of a building, he's going to be on a building and the car action. The CIA car chases are going to be car chases and fights are to be fights and we'll use stunt men in coordinators and we'll make it look awesome. But it will be what it is meat and potatoes not just so much fucking stuff that was done in post flying at you and and also. A lot of movies like desks guy have superpowers or doesn't he? Because of one moment he just got cut by sword knees bleeding now he's jumping up in slow motion in kicking everyone a lawn genie sprinkler. Three times around he's eight feet off the ground like what can you do that or does he have a here just because he decided to go in slow motion dignity to defy gravity. Now Only Adam Corolla sees hard target he sees bandannas been kicked. He's like I need a new sprinkler. Should I go with ABS or event? Galvanized, I'm surprised myself tomorrow but I see your point though because and the gay gentleman who had no idea what what Tang cash was you feel bad for guy like that because when you see sweet eighties action movie and you see a bunch of Shitty cars driving around, you know you're about to see a car because they only react really crappy cars back that that's favorite I every time it was the funniest thing in the world but I learned that early and often watching. The acclaimed series chips. and. I would see them pull up into of like a four way stop sign and it'd be like there's A. Seventy four matador and there's a fucking vw bug that looks like they pulled it out of a lake and there's a car that I just coasted up to that I don't think it's running and I'd go why those four and then a second later dump truck would run over all go. Oh, that's why there were four piles of Shit Park there because they all just got total than here comes looking for the ones with the dense in them because they didn't get it on the first take like. You know what bothers me and not only not, only chase scenes but underpants preexisting skid marks. I don't like it. If you'll see, you can use it. Wisely, you can see the skit Martin what are they did the break one eighty, but this take four because they didn't quite land it the first three and you'll see pre existing skidmarks as he's driving up to it that are the one eighty break breaks marks, and what are the chances someone else did that same over that same spa. Area it left US reviewers cold again, which is not the same but they're inconsistency I always noticed it means hair moves between scenes and no one else they don't seem to. You can take the proper precautions. Usually it's an intense moment and she's yelling at a guy and like one strand of her hair is attached to the lipstick and then when he's done yelled Adam boom somebody, you know what really upsets me another all from the standard is when somebody's drinking a beer and they have a couple sips beer the next thing you know the beers down here because someone in new in continuity they usually hurricanes not go well, let me jump. To hair and beer shitty actress extras who overdo it. Drives me crazy. We just watched it with the pilot that's coming out that the j.j Abrams one, the revolution and off some horrendous extra. Well, we just had this conversation on the show, which is it happens not only movies happens and sitcoms that happens in commercials I've seen it. You'll always see it with like a waiter and like Ben Stiller does something stupid and the waiter sekouba. Me and it's what happens when you get no lines you go what's my only chance and? There's this thing where they go God damnit come hell or high water I am acting. Walking Act, and you will see every ounce of my acting face and they do it, and because the focus is on, Ben Stiller's performance or whoever the star is they're not looking at the guy who's over shoulder acting the fuck out of the scene Yes that would drive me nuts but I can tell you most those extras are shitty actors. The hardest thing to do acting wise is to be. Natural or to sort of like when I was doing the man show once we had a guy and he was all, he was supposed to be a bomb and I was supposed to pop up out of thin air out of bewitched kind of a thing and he was supposed to look at his bottle of booze dump it out, shake his head like they did it like in the seventy six. I don't know about this every time Samantha would pop up downtown in an alley there'd be some bum doing the gotta give up the old nitrate like. This guy could not do it like I would dump it out and we completely dumped out the new shake his head rarely Har-. Head, and then he would dump it out just like and you realize some of the hardest stuff to do is the nuance stuff like if you told a guy, you got run out of here screaming fire as loud as you can. No problem. But if you just say just give a look like or I don't know about that like Jeez, who is this guy but don't do a big over the top like. Kerry they start doing Jim Carey. The nuance stuff is the hardest stuff for these guys. Did they had this temptation to whenever there's like a like a crowded subway and the camera pans around a crowd? There's always that one idiot that just can't resist looking right at the camera. He's got stare. At the camera call it flashing the care. The camera. I'm a bit of a hypocrite because I was in point of origin even knows what the hell this thing is as an extra. Work Radio Ordering A it's why we're on the podcast ordered rummy coke and I. Definitely. I was like twenty and I definitely overdid it in the director yelled at me. Screaming like Pacino. Yes so I guess I'm bringing it up because it's my own insecurity thing out there on a central casting hoping to get some under five work in don't stare at the camera and for God's Sakes, nuance? Yes you want smaller. Great. All right she'll. We should. We do Schmos you. WanNa hang out. They were little little news with y'all. The News with Allison Rosa. From her Our. And when it's time to wrap it up, sided with it because. I should tell you that today's show sponsored by Encore Insurance Services LLC for Free Life Insurance quote call. Most people take a call next week I say call today. Eight, six, six, three, four, seven, fifty, seven, forty, eight, or you can visit their website at smart term dot com the good by getting some life insurance or maybe just want upgrade how about you save some money? You're paying too much. Call encore. Let them help you save that compare premiums of highly rated ensures that they represent and they help you save money that's how it works. Let them go to work for you eight, six, six, three, four, seven, fifty, seven, Forty, eight, licensing, and disclaimer information can be found on their website at Smart Term Dot Com smart term dot com. All Right Allison what are we got first story out of Florida but get this it doesn't involve someone eating someone's face. or anything some without eyebrows on math or anything super fucked up one it actually it's an unfunded up of situation in my opinion Florida had or brevard county had banned fifty shades of grey. That's his mommy porn book. moving? Yeah. They unbanned it. Why do they banned it in the first place because it was too. Dirty. Yeah. But then the Library Services Department came out and said, they're against censorship and they're going to reinstate it is there one do that's read this book. It's all checks, right? I'm. Sorry. I know I. I haven't read it yet. I'm the guy that likes romantic comedies. I haven't touched this book. Now you have a wife. But I'm just I'm sure there's somebody on the last segment the game had read it but I don't think any straight men have read our thank God. I downloaded it to my IPAD. I thought I could go for a dirty. Novel. And I I literally fell asleep as I was reading the beginning of it and I where are the hot scenes I can't find them. What I imagine a porn with way too much plot would be. There's a lot of actual reading and words that hasn't happened before you get to anything reading about hot poorly written to is reading about hot scenes like reading about highlights of a UFC fight. Like some footage. I I could feel a throbbing in my loins from just words women women definitely have that they have the imagination and they're not nearly as visual as dudes and they can read a book. Russ Auburn Hair. Hard now? Russet. No, and they got potato wrong thing. They had. He's on -tainer here. had. A Yukon. Gold. For peanuts. So who can read that and become stimulated but for guys as long as the computers up and running you google images we're going. That's why if you need a quick whatever before you go to bed, you don't WanNa be reading a book then you have to Skim through pages for guys you just fast forward the brain until you see a boo. For bed, it's usually on fool's gold. When you see a tit porn, you're usually getting somewhere. Question, you to see a ted screen. Yeah. What happens do you have to like? Is it automatic or talk yourself into being added by this? Yeah. You got to think about it because it's really yeah. You just see tit flops Halloween we soprano three D D did nothing like when you see everywhere. We. You had a problem with those tits. David David Nervous in here the other week and he sa- who's in Brennan. D. and said, he's got kids in a mortgage that was his answer. When asked him how? Much. You know mob hit or something. Some kind of deal but like it. Yeah. But to answer questions, CEELO's hits. No. But if it was someone like Jessica, Alba, showing tits that I'm getting a little more exciting. Famous. Sweet. You say CEELO's tits. Not. Jessica. Mike. I I I thought I by the way Ceelo it probably does have did. You just came up with America's favorite new gameshows. Guess. It's a really bad. Attractive check there you go yeah yeah. But but do you think fat dudes? Sits are going to be the same as. Unless she has. Storm. Has the same type I think I think ABC or NBC or somebody like that could clean it up enough. Good. Yeah well, you know what you do when you pitch it. You Go. You Go You guys heard about this show. That's all fucking rage in London. You know maybe there's a little too hot for you I'm GonNa take it across the street to CVS and they go no no, no, no. Oh, it's huge fucking buzzing about it and Britain it's called. Dude are those your tips. And really shirts from Britain. Absolutely. So guys with accents not it was a good idea. One hundred percent. All right. Let's do it. Yeah. Signing cows production company hard for. That's then you're in but here's the thing since we're American. Whoever loses they get slammed right afterward well, it's lactated on but yeah. You're. Right. All right we're. We're we here's a movie story Creator now the One Sitcom Pauline. Thinks that the timing is right for an ALF movie yet is. That for thirty one years now. No it's really right. That's a big important thing timing. There have been movies out there characters that I didn't think we're on the same parallels that got movies made so I think it's time I think it could be a home run on a lot of. To your problem before and it's going to be CGI, it's not going to be the puppet. People. Who from the producers of Super Mario Brothers the movie comes. Yeah. The timing's not right because well, right as it was for land of the lost like. And here's the best part that I learned from this article. This is what he says when I used to write an episode and couldn't come up with a line for ALF. I need I needed something really funny I would actually ask out. The character on and the character would just tell me what the line was. See. Here's. A great out you don't awesome out. Gordon as real name from Mel Mak originally. Here's why it'd be great to have enough movie now because they would you. So this puppeteer guy who's he's on his last legs, you need the paycheck that's why he wants the movie they'll see gi so they're wait hey, we'll take your idea we are now movie you can work Craft Services 'cause we puppeteer any fifty shades of else. Cat. Mark. You WanNa be I'll. I'll be I'll be the creator with writer's block. I, need your help on this one. What's happening buddy? Well, we got the scene where you're in the kitchen. On Okay you're always behind that counter. Anyway you're in the kitchen and the boss is coming over for dinner Oh. That's hilarious. Right I know a he's coming in and this is a big deal because. I can't remember even though I created the Sitcom, the Dad House Willie, his name's Willy Willy. Willy won't get the big raise and the problem is the lasagna is Bert and the boss is on his way. Sonya's Bert. I think I did that. Yeah. You did you did but I need you to stole the guy. Now that's my dilemma. I'm trying to think of a funny way for you to stolen. Got It. I'll say, Hey, that's a nice pussy. You got there and he's holding a cat. Okay that's good. That's. Why the way I need to fuck your mouth later. Hope, your cool. Don't answer. It's good. Works. Process right in front of our. Times that. Dirty. Yes, it's like something about Mary. Excuse me we're having a problem with with makeup. Can you can you not climax on? Yeah remember when he used. To swallow during season one I know but he doesn't do that anymore. But if you just get back to swallowing. Willy. From Fun. Now. They need to make this movie. Yeah. I. Don't think we're going to do much better than that. Are we ass and no? Well That's the news. Okay, this is a tiny bit because. You're GONNA do better than. that. It's Eighties puppetry off the beat try. Mr Oreo, the creator of the Oreo filling died. Oh good. Bring it out. Okay. Dude. That's the scene in the movie everybody's Party and we're having a good time. Hey, things are gonna work out right and then we find out the Star quarterback kill car mark you say in Al. Voice. That's not failing. Well that's not filling. and. Point, and sounds urine the guy, the principal scientist at Nabisco responsible for all the Orient s according to his son hardly ever eight oreos right? Because he was smart it's right because they're not that. Good. You're not hydroxy people are you know? No Okay and and should be low or medium trucks there's no or maybe you just have to be that high to enjoy the hydroxy I do love. With filling has beef in it. Well no that was the rumor in school. Was it. It was always cow. Jackie. which is what they make the cream out of. Yeah. Still wouldn't stop me from Evan my second. Tell me more about this county Jack. Comes terrific. Best. I feel like Oreo is the most overrated cookie in that I have like eleven cookies I first Petra farms makes everything Patrick. Farms makes I like more intimates and a few other companies I like more than Oreos I. Don't I don't have in the top of my whatever and you start explaining how you eat it or what you dunk it in your apologizing for your cokie. So you so you don't think that real cookie needs the milk there. He knows it doesn't. You don't need a dipping sauce with your cooking is what you're saying I'm saying it's like when people talk about certain music and they go out, don't tell me when you're drinking rom on the beach in Jamaica being blown after just winning the lottery that reggae music doesn't sound pretty good and it's like. Yeah but not when I'm in my car and traffic, it doesn't sound pretty good. You know what I mean if you're GONNA do the heat it twisted and he dunkin in a little half in half and then you know you get a nice massage hot rock massages why? Yeah. Everything's good under those circumstances we just laid out on a table and you compare it to other cookies it comes in. Somewhere below the fifty fifty cut to me, there's at least thirty five different first off. There's five girl scout cookies are probably like more than the Aurea yes. Yes. Yeah. But you guys got monuments I got the peanut butter ones and then I might have. Gotten thirty. Yeah. Yeah. It's like regular homemade cookies. I'm one of those assets when something soft yeah. I. Want Soft Baked. Of My life I don't WanNa. Try Rem. Should've scrape up through for your mouth that's the news mouse and resin ZIP it. That was the news with Alison Rosen. Oh. Man. Great get these guys that man. Great. We're giving away too many of those over to the death twenty bucks and you get the grill and brush with Malloy, go seared right into it. I was using that brush through my hair. That clip and twenty twelve. That request courtesy of Listener Nick. For get going with the next clip gotta tell everybody wants again about lifelock. This pandemic has led to an astounding increase in unemployment benefit claims filed across the country sadly there con artists everywhere, and they're taking advantage of this and they've filed tens of thousands of fraudulent unemployment claims using consumers, identities like yours. So the FTC's confirmed that do enlarge part of the high volume of benefit fraud cases. Identity theft has officially moved to the number. One spot for fraud in America. All right. This is a serious matter but luckily, we have a lifelock it's important to understand US cybercrime, and identity theft are affecting our lives in lifelock detects a wide range of identity threats like your social security number for sale on the dark web, and if they detect your information has been compromised, they'll send you an alert. They'll let you know right away. So make sure to check out lifelock regio. No one can prevent all identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses, but you can find out information on the dark web. Get Your Free Dark Web lifelock dot com slash skin pick plans right for you and same to twenty five percent off your first year Promo Code Adam. That's free scant lifelock dot com slash twenty percent off the Promo Code Adam. Gee, I might be teasing a future classics episode but You you message me the other day asking hey. Chris what's your most famous drop? Or what and I. I think I personally think it's the here we go. Whereas quoting soon as you said, that is. Quoting stormy. Daniels I think that was nominated for an ace award even so I believe that's what it is by trust me there's a lot of them in there. The get pretty bad so kristaps let's just hope it's Dow on but the reason I bring that up is because Ryan from Redondo beach sent a listener requests and he goes, Hey, there's one story about prisoner requests and Adam yelled at certain something. Can you remind me of the context and he wrote what the something was I want listeners here in its full context without stepping on it but I will tell you this. It's one of Adam's most infamous drops. Indeed this came up on class before we play this clip but not in a while is anchor show eleven sixty, six mark era goes David wiles rose and Brian Bishop Gary Allison Bryan Adams portion from September of two, thousand, thirteen, I believe it's a news story about prisoners and paintings and Paintings out and it's hilarious clip and also recently came up on an episode. Between Allison Brian and they were reminiscing about how funny it is and it's it's great to hear them talking about all these years in the future still they can't believe how hilarious this moment was. There is a photo exhibit is in Brooklyn Right now, but I think it moves around and it's called photo requests from inmates in solitary or no sorry. It's called photo request from Solitaire and so people in solitary confinement at this prison in Illinois. Were asked if you could see a photo of anything, what would it be rosy lips? Okay that. I can't really be true. No, it is not now it Adam said but. They had him on. They had to fill. Right, this is not your top one hundred took him seventeen thousand requests before they got to the Taj Mahal right or some. I WanNa see the blue. Sky Orthodox fueled perish. please. Do they have some actual photographs and then they have some of the unfilled requests. Perhaps what you just said Adam would be there. I'm wondering or what I'm realizing though is that don't know that they ever actually get to see these photos over. The part that's clear. But for people in Brooklyn like eight and it's kind of like a prison make a wish foundation. Yeah. It's more like what would people in prison? What would their wish? Let's put it in a museum I looked it up number one pussy lips number of Monet's. That's ironic. So for example, here's a request. I would like to see the downtown. Chicago or the lake of Chicago, it will bring me happiness to see a real nice picture of the downtown. Please a good place to eat or to you know Nice cars I've been locked up for seventeen long years. Let me say this and I don't want to tell you how to live if you're in the whole but but hear me now. I. As a young lad grew up in my own form of prison known. Karol House, watching the black and white thirteen interesting the box it that came in probably about size of house. I used to watch the shows like the Brady Bunch and get depressed because they have these Brady meetings were Al showed up into the in one room with and also Jerry House that Nice Cool Art. Cool that Alice everything was cool. The biggest problems they had was someone got a C. minus on a trip or something. Yeah. Right. Nothing started pan. Everything they worked. So well together I've watched show and I just see Carol and Bob or whoever Carol Mike, Mighty? Like climb into bed at night kiss each other and she'd be wearing something fashionable and she'd have her hair all done up and stuff, and then I look at my pathetic family WANNA kill myself. But then I was switched over to like Sanford and son or good times. And all set i. feel a little bit better about myself. These guys should WanNa see pictures of Turkish presence right and midnight midnight express. He wanted drunk tank and shit like that where you go, you know what not so bad. So bad here. Right. Why do you want to envy when what to think about what you can't be I wanNA see stills from the show locked up abroad. Khloe. reenactments. Yes, and then you know just how good you had. Instead you want to see a bunch of pictures of pyramids and Open Sky I. Don't i. you know what I still don't buy it I. Just I don't buy that. This is anywhere near the top of the list of the pictures these guys want to personally laps. Jarring right now. I don't even think it's in the top one thousand. By yeah, I think this is a contrived story I. Don't think there's any way I've been in prison. I was saying Clinton two months ago I don't think any guy in there is telling me that I wanna go outside and look at the pictures of the bay just altogether making them sound like puppies or something or kind of nascent poets give me. A break is San Quentin, some the nicest real estate on the planet the most gorgeous realestate. They've talked about the budget here in California you want to solve the budget those guys to the high desert and you sell the real estate there. It's in Quinton that view of that areas, the developers dream I every time I pass it I just think my God. World put a championship Golf Course on here. Does it could literally the deficit the most diligent a coastline that you could ever stand. I mean it's the breeze coming I. Mean you know we live in the valley was one hundred and seventeen all at not if you're. To unify fucking breeze on a peninsula. Look at the look at the way a juts out there and it's just All. Right because I've been to the prisons in the high desert, you don't need the big old rock walls anymore just the razor wire and so little little cyclone fencing look at to hatch apy of your right up attached to prison. Give me a break. You're never or that other one that's down past San Diego almost by the border I mean that one there's no way to get out what are we doing in San Quentin Saint I was visiting a doing a parole hearing. So you have to go in and I made the giant mistake at one point I thought they were GonNa take me into custody of using the restroom in one of the cells there. That's right off the parole area. Oh, you can't use that when you gotta go use the guards recipe a lot. We had a rules about where you take a piss. Actually I'm sorry I didn't know I couldn't go into lockup is even though I'm in the lockup with the guy, it's okay for him to take a Piss but I can't take it why I it's beyond me but I was going to question him I wanted to get the hell out of there fairly. And that was one of Adam's most infamous drops. Even. As co-hosts seven years later one who no. Longer with the show still are marvel at how hilarious this moment was in praising Him with how geniuses now breezy. Exactly. Fantastic and once again, thanks to Ryan from Redondo Beach for questioning that clip. All right. That'll do for cruella classics. Thanks again for hanging out this on this lovely Saturday we'll be back tomorrow. So make sure to subscribe to Corolla classics. And check out the situation while you're subscribing podcast check out the water coolers while it's show that I d with. Mike Dawson. Kerry. Smith. Not Fond of Lear Kalem bean who all work on the Adam Corolla show. 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Message from Bezos divorce - clean up your digital act

Talking Tech

03:27 min | 2 years ago

Message from Bezos divorce - clean up your digital act

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Jeff Bezos of all people should know better. He's the world's richest man, the founder of Amazon and one would have to assume a guy who's incredibly tech savvy. Now he announced last week that he and wife MacKenzie were set to divorce after twenty five years in the wake of appending four month National Enquirer investigation that revealed that he had been dating a former L A TV anchor and the problem here, if the inquirer is to be believed is the base os got really really sloppy with his digital hygiene news at eleven. Stay tuned. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech. So maybe the inquirer is right or it's one hundred percent wrong. When it says that base Ohs sent naked pictures and racy texts to Lawrence and Chas the former co anchor of TV's extra who he is now linked with. Well, I don't know something digital was sent if base. Indeed went the Anthony Weiner route and believe. That no one beyond his beloved would ever see the images. Then clearly Amazon has the CEO issue did oh for the tax. So once again kids, it's time for another quick lesson in digital hygiene. First of all don't take naked pictures of yourself, unless you're seeking a career in adult entertainment, they serve. No good purpose. They will be copied and used to embarrass you later. Text messages or not private sure apple says that SMS messages sent from phone, iphone or private and imprinted. But you know, if I'm CEO of a billion dollar tech firm that is transform retail forever. I don't think I'm gonna trust apple on that one. Are you? I would use signal or telegram, which are the private SMS services. But even then I would John everything down in a type of hard to decipher code that only the two of us would understand and would not be embarrassing to read in a family newspaper. Remember kids anything you say or right is part of the. Digital record forever. Think twice about what you jot down. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA. What do you think? Let's talk about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech Cleese subscribe to the show on apple podcasts. These favorite us Institure, which helps more people find the shown as always thanks everyone. Phyllis thing. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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Make Your Vagina Quack Like a Duck!

Pod Dirty to Me

37:59 min | 1 year ago

Make Your Vagina Quack Like a Duck!

"What about it? I haven't had any? I mean I I liked the porn guy. That was good Dick but I couldn't just give adding suction on. It was good guy in good. You rarely find good guy. Yeah I slap it on. The floor is really weird. The fact that it wasn't just yours. He had his cat out of my drawer. Land from the bed. Like we're sitting there making out and all this stuff and his at all and so started doing he's got something for you and then went into his room and right where be like. He should've slept on his forehead. In eight. Stucco floor might not know. So we're now I was like no today. We're don't weird. Look like that'd be hot but now it's not mine you that's the thing if it was like. Hey let's go to the store and buy fucking. Yeah and I renew readout bring like tonight. Can You bring your own sex? Yeah so the man's on the couch in your on the floor. And you're on a diller. You're giving him had at the same time. It's fucking hot I haven't done but I haven't Utah my Ns Bigan too big so you can't miss it. So you can I think Dildos overrated on. Not when you're okay and that kind of where you need a big one that's extended where sorry we had to do it again. It healing I will be tall or your lips are gonNA miss. You can't do both. You can do logistics correct understanding so just say Yeah Long Short. I yeah that that was true but that was a good wehner. Oh there's that word your word your Weiner check the press. St Thank you and welcome to dirty to me where we give you more than just the we go bowls. Jason. I'm Tamra Keeling. Come join us. We're going to do this okay. And I didn't Fart that that was a that was it. I don't have to ever do that again. Watch me listen to me. Listen it's fail so we'RE GOING TO JUMP ON WE'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA go down in a bucket list of things you need to do sexually before you you die before we do that. I mean we got some jokes for you. We're going to have a joke off. Doku off like a Jack. Off Jack off and this list is news to Tequila. And I I don't know any of the I don't know in delays. It's going to be a price on it and I like I like the surprisingly okay prizes. I will surprise torrential a bucket list so We'll start as we always do. I'll do a quote of the day you ladies will enjoy this one. I think Ooh let's hope so. It's called the Lorena Bobbitt damn painful. This one is for the ladies when engaging in some hard core booty sex squeeze your butt cheeks together. As tight you can start violently jumping thrashing your ass around in an effort to rip his dig off. I'm doing that now. To achieve through Lorraina status you must take the severed Dick for a drive in. Toss it out the window The Lorena Bobbitt have some special shit to get off. Though I mean cut that off I think you really just need boobs and vagina to get it and Lynch. Had that would not be happy. Because is that a Dick constipated. If you're that angry you're gonNA area for right. Absolutely you're you're not gonNA fucking do it. You're GONNA now if you're angry you're not gonNa fuck let him fuck in the ass either usually do. Lorena Bobbitt Justin. How you're cutting out all. Yeah just cut it off. You want a little before you she didn't. I don't think she wanted any. I know that not good not good. I heard that guy did a porno. At some point he did act John and yes his own. Beckon Mr. Kick me off the podcast. Your words are fun. Don't be silly. No they hate they did. They sewed it back on and then started doing horn. And I think that's how we made money. Yeah because everybody wanted to see his son Beck. Yeah I WANNA see that I. I'm sure juicy and find something. Who's worn the chick that shot? The Guy. Shot the wife Amy Fisher. She shot her mistresses husband when she was a teenager. Her mistress's wife lost me. Joey BUTTAFUOCO was the how. But if you go with that was longtime nine hour in like she does porn now too or did porn legs weird. How all these in. The chick was having an affair with. Anthony Weiner flex she did porn. Clearly you know Anthony Weiner now I do. I don't know it's Weiner keeping EP Weiner we like yours Weiner. Yeah I don't know only Weiner now that'd be horrible can you as it as a man having your carts cut off no? I cannot now all the nerve. And that's it know everybody's listening. Yeah usually don't tell them that's a surprise me for a loser. Episode Sean. Hannity shocked devastated. More thrilled right. You just have to ask. I know bearded man he might be bearded man Pogo Sherry and miss an apple and bearded man okay so we are a bucket bucket list things you need to do sexually before you die. I'm pretty sure so most of us. Some of these uncaring. If not all of them Kay. Let's see store with kiss a girl where I've never done it you ever had. Oh have you ever. I kissed a girl in high school. He had but it really can. No no it was just a pet like a drunk now. Yeah I had one past girlfriends and she had a beautiful girl. wonderful boyfriend but sh-. I would spend the night at her house and we slept together. I mean that's where do you sleep in the same bed type in the same I? I've not gotten a quote once from killing. No no I not slept with her one hundred ninety but we kissed one night Yeah Drunk. I can't remember what else we dealt with acuity and policies leasing. Yeah for now. Yeah unless that dries up with what's going on. It's Yeah Okay. You were seeing this girl. S I R history girl. It was yes I kissed a couple. Do you have a preference? You'd like the smoothness of the lady or the breath the scruffy nece. There are things I like about both. I like to masculinity of a man. Okay me too I really and then I like the soft sinfulness of a woman nether to completely different and the Ernie on that feeling they both turned me on Saturday. Just nothing wrong with it. Nothing wrong. It is different. I mean they are different is night and day yes J I haven't done Were I remembered and I and I love the feeling of a one. The feeling of a masculine man that can be soft and sensual and sexy in four. Thanks I want to power ranking of a kiss concern me on thinking thinking of making out or thinking twirling a kid can just make me tingle. You know something that symbol means to. But that's only of of all of it. It's it's it's a heck would would. That is a chick reading this single. Just Save There's visuals happening here at under. You could say it. But it's like dot crackling and that would be my vagina is for real. That's what let's just short SONAM battalion. S. Make Yourself Orgasm. Now if you think about things are like really focus on your China will do that. Just seems like a bomb on a troll never to have anal that's-that's already crashed. I knew Leyla to wait. What's so frustrating had anal. Are we checking off this list? Because we've done that sold now so now yeah so so I would say in. The last couple of years is the first time I've been I've had my ass eat now and this and that which when I was younger the thought of it just I was like ooh gross. Yeah Yeah Gross me out now. I'm Larry Oh shit. Yeah get down day down there yes you know and now. I'm discovered okay. I was stupid Williams over so but you guys have ever had like marathon sacks were okay the sex in Vagina your marathon. Sex is so great and then you go wash everything and then you go into the anal and it's amazing orgasms like we talked about. There's there's orgasm acquaints everywhere and it's fucking amazing if he had the right spot. It's amazing men Yeah My last sexual counter to just. I miss him already. It was amazing. You know and he everything at the same time all night long. I miss him. Yeah I'm not gonNA say his name. Please beep it out for a take it away. Now it's it's wonderful just got experience I was thrilled literally okay. We've done that. We we have also now. I received or anything like that. I haven't done anything. I've not ever tried like anal beads but just regular ill dated a girl in we went to the the megaplex down. Yeah that long thing where it starts small and it gets bigger and Friday and she hated. She felt stupid. Identify how she fancied herself as a a super proficient sexual person and Jews all upset because at being hurt. It was yeah. I don't know it either. It was like it was like a a law. She said it was it was like a and then the balls there's balls on it. There's late yes like a big a bunch of balls that get smaller bigger smaller big and she said it was just not comfortable now and it doesn't matter how. I mean you pull a minute. There's all kinds of techniques. Just why Ammann's in your vagina. And then they pull a little bit on the handlebars you. Put them up there little bit and it's supposed to like release some pleasure. N- no you have not but plugs and speed not. Try Not a fan. Now I done it you you know. I like the act of when you're so passionate after you've had such good sex that you're going and using the anti barrier so it's workup. It's like we've talked about before. No you have to get to that erotic level or like and then you head since everything's worked right and you've Orgasms D- with your g spot and vibrators twice. Used there yet. No now I just I've had had Because that anal sex with with a white on my Torres Oh yeah that will that will send. You won't even there's no words it's like silent in Your Coma Leisure Sadler afterwards and then you WanNa do it right again and then you can't walk for it's a good perm or shit right for a week at that. It doesn't even matter that was saying that was wrong number three threesome ever had a threesome. I have had sex with another couple in the same room but have not exchanged or mingled partners. I have not had a threesome and that is on my bucket list. I want a man and a woman don't necessarily want to men. I WANNA man or woman wants to mimicking. I would prefer to man. I refer to women. I imagine each have different Ryan at different much. Okay I have no interest in being making in a room with another man why I just has no. I just have no interest in it whether it be a buzzkill just telling US I. I came close once with a guy that was on. This used to be on the show Mike We one night we were. We were out at my old house drinking with a girl that we worked with and we all get drunk and she wanted to have a threesome. Mike was crazy into like he's like sexual freak and he wants to do anything and everything or whatever and avas dislike had a couple beers finally I was like all right. Fuck it and we're going to do it. We were going up the stairs and then she apparently I think she took some drugs or something because we were like up the stairs going on the door and then see like kind of like she went from drunk to like off the rails like in coherent in sober. I put her in the and we went back downstairs and Mike was what could get guys Yeah let's let's let's talk completely hypothetically and let's say we're in a scenario and and the woman you know goes down on you makes it goes down on you. And then let's say somebody like Mike Decides you know to work or from the other end You're probably not going to stop that. No we're now doing. And and and it's probably not gonNA face you other than not keeping eye contact with two gentlemen. That's now no learning like dude. I got this lead way often. Says you know you just well in porn. I like watching the porn lake or one man's on one end and one on the other or one man's at the asa one. I love watching that because that woman is just that feels even less ability to be. Because you're nuts are just rub us for men you have to be and so is it is. Is that done that often in real life or is that just porno because it's nastiest fuck that then it's hunting holy it doesn't have an S. and your vagina filled up. It depends on how deep you are into it into the sex. At that moment you guys love stricken no you guys now. I'd rather be getting some Dick on one in having the women. The woman doing all the other pleasurable fondling because up. Trust me at women's probably a little bit better at it you know. She knows her body is like having a chick. Sit on my face while other tickets riding Or even like even fucking a chick from behind. She's eaten the other. Check out looking amazing. Saw I just? I would rather have the Combo you or two women for that matter. I wouldn't I wouldn't object to that either. A few toys and women's toys are amazing. I hang out there just as a stranger to walk pine hold it career. I got a crew your mouth. Yeah I know anytime. I feel like Maverick and ICEMAN. It'd be the friend you'd be my week man see store. Have you ever had phone sex? Yes I like. Yeah but I'm not. I'm not good at talking. I think Not Real good at it and I've tried not good and now I don't know how you do it. It's like well you're interested in an energy start talking and then pictures. You're you're interested in. You're interested they're talking to you and pictures. I have to be Israel so I can hear it so visual but then again what are you doing? You're playing with yourself and you're telling each other what you're doing and you're telling and so you have to like that person that you're or saddle. I had a long deacs. 'cause I've done that so it was basically clear masturbating mainly what he was telling me to do the end. That sounds. I thought he would just sit and talk about you. Know a play with this or do this or do this with a toy or you know the whole entire time in and so. I'm doing exactly what he's telling me to do to myself and vice versa. And so and basically you're hit. It was just communicating back and forth in being audible about what you were doing and how it was feeling but you know in general. I don't feel like I'm real good at it. Yeah while nobody's real good at. Have you guys ever read like the back of a porn? Mem- member the porn magazines. Were they other? People were seeking other lovers. It's like craigslist for sex partners and it may still be out there personals. Yeah and it's nasty as fuck and it's superb were right you don't have actual stores now. They have the sexual stories. So have you ever read those with your lover? It's it's like watching porn. But it's more detailed because it's in your mind and you can visualize it you're visualizing we want that person and it may not be the person next to you And it's hot as just hottest faulk Have you all ever used a toy on somebody else? Yeah I would think land like on their spot again. I'M NOT GONNA say Amos Budi Cornhole I add. La High of using mutual toys. Conquering swith vibrators walker norm I have used bullets where there are certain bullets. You can insert and then you can be fucked. So you are vibrating internally. Oh like he's L. O. A. We vibe sank as like a thing whereas in you and then it's on you know but this is like a bullet. This is a bullet bowlen's on the house. Side Asana Cochrane. 'cause yeah and you know you can. There are several that are universal in so And I again my earlier days. You know I never de amid later days I've discovered just way too much fun soup. You know but I like my shell in my forties dudes find yourself a lady in her forties man all you sell having all you ever try new shit. Have Y'all ever tied like all your parts up. Have you ever been tied up or tied somebody? That's the next one this is. This is bucket list score. Yeah absolutely like have you ever had your titties like so tied up or it hurts. We haven't got let him ask questions. Have you ever tried a bit tighter? Precisely excuse me I went so lost. I knew I haven't had my titties tied up. I've been tied up and your vagina. I like all like bondage China and I I want to be nasty. That's on my bucket list. Just letting you guys know Big Bucket lists wait for my word. So Okay I've done this. I wanted to do it again like you. I just I happen to enjoy being at the mercy of somebody else. I happen to enjoy that. You know yes you know this leg things you know Have no idea I think about the bad salary of erotic tale coming up you ever had a fantasy episode. Oh Yeah. Nfc of you never done. We want people to send in common. I really day one and I still i. I like being tied up but I still if you had a blindfold into that since me through really. I like a blindfold as you can't see what's going. I don't know what they're you know. I 'cause all your other senses are south heightened U S as ing and also not being able to see him in not knowing what he's doing and it all being say. I'm not so much you can tie the. It's another level of being vulnerable. Now I WANNA and letting somebody be in complete control value. Yeah and yes but once you get to that level and you give it up she who really Garrett I I like watching now voyeurism has checks in a public place. Oh Yeah Yeah. Lots Real Harz party got caught. Oh I and I. I've done it on a public l. Football field in river in cars in bathrooms we. It was knee and my ex. It was part of the most exciting part of our relationship. We just were just highly sexual ethics citing though citing fun sex in the middle of a thunderstorm in a canyon On a big rock it was a sexist thing should have been in a movie was just the hottest thing ever for him and for me and But Yeah I've been caught because we enjoy doing that. Yes we but Lova but yeah we had. We had a great two years and years in. We never got tired of it. Thirteen years now never got old. We had a ball Have you ever watched anybody else? Have sex lives just sat there and watched. I would love tire. I my thing not lie. I really love for Ariza. The coolest thing I've ever seen through it is. I had to be twenty years ago now but I went down to St for somebody's Bachelor Party and went into Anything with bar is where it's just a wall of different shots. It's great by Shakespeare's might not be there anymore. But we went in there. Were sitting there at the Bar. We turn around. And there's this chicken those one of those high barstools or whatever and his other chick just hikes her skirt up middle of the bar ground. I mean it's late at night one in the morning as she pulls her side and just starts going down in the middle of a bar and I'm like well. These are not going to get arrested because fucking hot rod party of Array or whatever I would love to actually watch. I ever sleep on though. I didn't realize it really years and years ago. I won't specifically say who I was with. And who watched but Unbeknownst to us as we were having one hell of a time Eiden we did not realize a friend of ours. Male friend of ours was watching the whole team. That's a little weird. Though it was we was weird nine. Oh yeah it items? And unfortunately I mean he's he's he became a part of the family and and Yeah income not realize that. He sat there and watch the room. We were in for some reason. It was an apartment. Had Windows in it Did Not realize that he could see us from the other room. You didn't realize their Washington we yes. It is weird and her warriors himself. People are love. Boy I I I love it but I would never say why it's not like I wouldn't walk into you in a man having sex I be like fuck. I'm getting away. You're watch in everything from. We played with ice cubes. We were doing now. I know he went down on me doing you know and the whole time. He sat and watched and we didn't even know he was there and I'm shocked. I think he probably had a few too much to drink. One time in told us you know on guy right okay. Did our whole things we knew he was. I remember I I did. You've been there and I you cover up okay. So guys whole foods. I knew that it was okay. So in New Orleans can go. Oh Yeah Oh my God okay I will walk into bars and what an watch lifestyle watch live sex on burglary says it says early Liga. Life's okay so you're not dirty me have a road. Trout fail to do it. You guys. It's hot as fact it's not like the sex you want but it sex lives live which. I've never experienced. I'm never totally Slash Heart Center board that your heart and your vagina. We'll be doing this thing down. Yeah during Mardi Gras. 'cause I cannot take they are. They're all do it like in the summer when the guy is lands hours. And you know what else? The women are dressed. Naked hot sexy. The manner hot sexy whenever you see bodies like that and they come together and it's just like a mesh of sex. I WANNA watch. I love that. Yeah I would love that such a turn on. Yeah you can't I I mean I would love. I'm not like when I watch porn. I don't enjoy watching lesbian porn. Not I WOULD. Love live to watch two year behind a lot? Yeah you're just watching. It's hard as is is the way they do it for the cameras so you know when you watch it and we know what feels good in. We can sit and watch and go. Yeah we know bulldog man you know we know I know but we had parties senior younger and it was like Toronto parties because I grew up in an era where everybody yeah different thing It was very fun to watch your friends but everybody was so experimental. Now as like the seventies continued a little bit. Yeah I in the eighties. It wasn't quite the same. I did too but it continued in where I lived. I love the eighties. That's my era. Okay I am too but yeah probably experienced look at where I love. Yeah in Boulder Colorado. Everything was free free love. There was so much we love the sixty seven. It continued for a minute. What number would you last question? We'll do one more question. John Maher or have you ever had sex with a total stranger absolutely four and now I love it I I was I one night. Saint you me a hot guy and of course you had a had one night stands and did not now. Did you meet him off on that? That's a liar. Everybody's done it. Yeah it's not a date it's like yeah it's try. That's a physical one. I haven't had very many warm. Ideally bringing more than. She's days it. This week scored twice no dry. I had one one I stand. I used to film weddings as a side. Gig With my friends and now stealing a wedding in. Houston I believe and I hit it off with one of the bridesmaid's lay. She was really attract feed. Looney tunes. Weddings are bad and at the end of the night I was going to drive back to Austin Dam and she came out late it was like ten or eleven night and I was GonNa take off and she came out she said. What are you doing and I was like. I mean by hitting out walking stick around and I was like Oh can we stuck around and then we kind of just shoot the shit and ended up. It was at a hotel the reception so we just ended up getting room and Lang Brian. Okay Ditto okay except except my guy was in the wedding as well. He was from Australia and it was the same night. Heroes at a rally and another guy in the wedding. It was all in the same room. Is that what you side by side? And they're in one bed. Were in the other in so almost yeah weddings or dangerous. I love weddings. We should crack wife but I won't. We need a crash. Reading's reading cry. I need to go and go to already on the agenda. We want everybody. July weekend isn't three day week. We should go the fourth of July out three or four days. I already weakened off. We'll go to New Orleans I mean. Let's let's planet long weekend Stewart. I haven't loved that. That's a fun road trip to Asia and we don't have to die on the way with like someone race to watch rob a bank and okay don't they. They don't go through Texas so that's how they do that but it's not gonNA. It's always a girl road trip. We'll get the great. We'll get we'll probably bring some spouses take. Johnny bear has to come or comes. Yeah Bram all his fucking bullshit. Oh Okay Yeah. That's that'd be so fun. Funny Joke I was GONNA say. Let's finish were at. We're out of time with layer little quick. When I'll start with and it's simple it's why don't hillbillies like the reverse cowgirl was it? You never turn your back on family bad. It's not politically correct. Not In the current day. I have a homophobic joke. I used to tell me gay jokes. He's a gay guy would call. Tell me a joke and hang up on me. So how do you know you've been at a gay picnic? All the wieners tastes like Shit. All right well. It was good to get the game the band together. Yeah it's been a while we've been in quarantine. Were actually breaking the law right now. We are just podcast gesture. Podcast WE are breaking. Revolution will not be televised. Beat PODCAST WE'RE GONNA. We'll probably get together next week. We'll have a hopefully we'll have a special guest your own something. We have not done before. It's going to be very interesting. Yes it will go check out the next step so it's GonNa be and with that little tidbit. I'm Jason. I'm Tamra this is keenly. 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279 Teaser - Don't Let The Big City Perverts Fool You

Chapo Trap House

04:10 min | 2 years ago

279 Teaser - Don't Let The Big City Perverts Fool You

"The photo as well as the feet actually belong to Sydney leathers, a political activists and Cam model who you might recall from Anthony Weiner. On the twenty six. He he really opened. He really opened the chaos ruin all goes back to him up. I mean, the diaries of Trump's president. Because of the congressman and he never even had sex with the women. Not a c. He just wanted to text the guess who has a boner prairie. Like, I I'm just really proud because she is also a Hoosier girl, and it's ninety seven when we get out of the small towns, I destroyed his career his marriage and the presidency the potential presidency of of Hillary Clinton to not have sex to send pictures of his bowl djing underwear way holding his own child. He freak one of the biggest. To scale like how guys we'll put it next. But we don't know how big that baby is like he could be a freebie. You don't know. Got that out of the ICU. He's he's like everything for the next century is gonna trace back to some Weiner thing. It's going to trace right back to him. He's like he's like his family at some probably like multi generational packed with some merchant who sold them occur like a curse vase or something. It just there's some portal to Satan through him. And he never even fucked them never even never even took out his dick Lynch. Character makes no sense. His perversion makes no sense. I just want to read finally from Reddit user jokes on you, like listen to this like, this is a guy who's just, you know, Admiral play just open like, I'm a foot-fetishists like, I know everything about feet, I love soak into hoes love looking at women's feet. I'm just a red at pervert for women's feet can't get enough of them. But listen his response about like, the click fact checking what is objective? Give information in reality. In the times, we're living now, like just listening to how much more sense and how much more sensible. This is literally anything else he says as the internet has grown. It's become increasingly segregated and debunking. False information is more difficult for all. I know. There are Facebook groups and forums where the veracity of this image is doubted, and there are definitely countless other fake images floating around it's relatively easier to bend the big names e IG Alex Jones from media sites, but it's impractical to police everything that goes on. Now, we also have governments and well-funded organizations with sophisticated online strategies to promote unrest or certain political positions. This issue will get worse before it gets better, go off toe suckers, sixty nine. So yeah, I just wanted to say shout out to the real heroes out there the Mods on Wicky feet that are like literally stopping fake news from happening that goes, just so civic minded s amazing. What do we have to remember for every Anthony Weiner? There is a good honest decent pervert there. Who's fighting the good fight or we'll set if there's hope it lies with the perverts? Yeah. There's there's a lot of guys. They'd just punch into their job. They're thinking about like women who are fifty feet tall. Just stomping on them all day. But they like help help people out the help like old ladies cross the street. They you know, the truck driver. They fucking pulled on their thing. When kids do this. Yeah. The thing. I did is a trial because there wasn't much going on. Yeah. It was super. That's wonderful. All those men. They went home. They looked at pictures of Jennifer Aniston blown up to be sixty feet tall and superimpose themselves being stomped on or whatever. And they're all they vote. They taxes shovel. They care about the future. Yeah. Don't let those big city perverts like one of the value.

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Grape Therapy: Claire Byrne is Back to Share her Heartbreak Story

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

1:14:03 hr | 9 months ago

Grape Therapy: Claire Byrne is Back to Share her Heartbreak Story

"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One production available on Apple PODCASTS and podcast one. podcast one percents off the vine great therapy. Them Breath. Joe's going to answer your questions. Drink to your concessions and. You have to say about anything bachelor. Let's shake it up some more years Caitlin sitting down with someone who took her experience, being heartbroken and turned it into a pretty bad ass career. She's now heartbreak coach who regularly helps people get over the one who broke their heart whether that's through podcast how to stop wanting him back? Her Healing heartbreak program that provides one on one guidance and her articles featured in publications such as Corny Kardashians. Pooch so it. I like that she's here with me today to share her heartbreak story and to help you move on. Please welcome to the PODCAST. My Guest Clare Byrne thank you so much renewed. From you so much for having me I'm so excited. So you are from New York. Yes, and then you move to La. Yes, did you move to L. A. for work stuff? Yeah! I was the cliche example of actress Yogi, yeah and Really went through my rock bottom heartbreak while being in new. York I lived in La Yeah for a year prior to that? And so then I really hadn't given la the proper shot so came back to new. York really hit my rock bottom my rock bottom relationship and we gotta get Outta here. Yeah, went to L. A. Still Continue Acting Teaching Yoga, and then as deepened my own journey on healing, my heart I became inspired to do this. Wow, that's so cool, my favorite. Favorite thing in life is when people go through something hard, and then they're like you know what we're GonNa make a career out of this or when people just make a career out of things that they love in life and like helping others. Hey, let's start a podcast. Let's love me. I was like I'm GonNa make a career out of drinking wine. Sitting in my sweats, talking and maybe throw in some crunchies. It's just A. It's it's about your vision and what you want to make it happen so good for you. Thank you made it out of coming from rock bottom. So can we talk a little bit about that? And what happened? Yes, so how long ago was this? Is this the the rock bottom? Relationship was eight years ago thirty eight. Now be thirty, nine. Nice and. Really, though throughout my twenties right like he was the rock bottom, but I was doing things and getting involved with people were pretty shitty hands, and that was really like the. Up Call Okay. So again as I said I'm an actor was an actor I. Guess you're always an actor but i. just don't pursue. Right told. You agents manager like we're done. Really now I think. I believe that if an opportunity presents itself down the road, it's not that I'll say I'm never act right weird like I'll look at my friend's audition tapes obviously still have a lot of actor friends. We'll talk about it and I don't feel like I miss it at all which also? Because it was ingrained in my soul. Yes, day I was born. But again I think when you do this work. This kind of coaching work. There's dreams are born that you don't even realize. Did you ever think pre Bachelorette that this is what your life would be now. Yes, you. Stop it I don't know I just feel like. If you ask any one of my friends like I always just like channeled this like I'd never took anything serious. Because one day I will live the life I want I'm and I just put it out I put the specifics like doing a podcast and drinking wine and selling scrunchy. No, not the specific. You're right, you're right. You always knew you're going to do something fabulous. Sure I just thought it looked different. Yes, totally get that. Yeah. I did see myself going on like a reality show, but never thought it would be. I thought it'd be like. Some Canadian like. Big Brother Canada. Such a big brother Fan I don't know anyways value. That's amazing. So I yeah I was just acting throughout my twenty and I had been actually in a relationship with someone from when I was sixteen to twenty four and everyone thought Oh she's going to get married I and I just with a cliche experience of getting into acting class in meeting these bad boy. Yeah like. The classic dumb things that someone does and her twenty. And I really loved my victim story like he did this Jimmy these things, but he acted differently right, so I twenty eight was. It was my first real adult relationship, I would say yeah, and that was pretty toxic in the sense that we just were not on the same page, but it was still. There was a lot of love there yet, but it was A. Classic kind of Peter Pan. He's now a dear friend today I had. Here, rock bottom is now. The. Rock bottom where it was still super painful. Okay, but there was a lot of love and respect. We just weren't compatible with the things that we wanted in the lifestyle that we wanted to share, but again I hadn't done any work on myself. Caitlin so high was just like. If you say you love me, then you should just want what I want. Totally been there, yes. And so I was very victim. Relationship to. went to La for a year, and that was really when the economy was crashing, so I was supporting myself through commercial work right and everything dried up and I'm like hard. Broten I'm broke I. Don't know what I to do with my life. I'm in La I. Have No friends or family here. I fell in love with Yoga became a yoga instructor back in new. York built my own private yoga teaching business because of my own connections through obviously most of my life being spent in New York yet, and that's when the rock bottom relationship happened, and it was someone who I had met years prior. He was actually friends with that other. Of Mine and I soon as Madame owes like that guy is bad news like you new new like whenever I must've twenty-six just conventionally good looking actor guy something about him that my stomach was like. Stay away right and he was dating someone at the time. He totally treated her like Shit, and he was always really nice to me. And I was just like I always got a vibe from him. That I felt like he was interested in like. While I was dating the other guy, there were just inappropriate things that happened like one time we were at a show and. Of course again, all actors involved in this Theater Company and I saw him there and I could clock him watching me with my boyfriend and. I just felt a feeling and I gotta ever said it to my boyfriend at the time, because I thought he was going to think I'm dramatic, being meaning out of right and happening, and then later on, he'd send me an email being like hey, sorry. Sorry had to leave mobile, I'm like. Why are you emailing me sorry? I had to leave like you're in a relationship I'm right it just there. Little things that like I couldn't put my finger on, but when you look back, it wasn't appropriate and then when I finally did. Break up with the other guy. He just totally came to yeah and I still resistant I remember showing my friend's picture being like look at this guy like he's hot, he's dangerous. There's something not right. He's that you knew I knew. It, but I hadn't done the work on. So I was like Oh. Maybe I'm making this up. And now he's been really sweet and I moved back to New York and he just like totally took me in so all the what not to do. Yoga teacher training and we'll just stay with me because I was Joe, no I just stayed and never laughed okay. Yeah, and so he treated me like gold that that man. Yeah so narcissistic. NARCISSISTIC SOCIOPATH! They lift you up. They idealize you. He tells me I've been in love with you. For the last couple of years since I met you and I've been in a really place I never thought that I could have you all these things, and of course me the other heartbreak like vulnerable. I just started doing work on myself as a yoga, so I felt like really of all. self-aware centered I would. have tools like I. Really know what I'm young. And so I thought I was equipped, and I addressed things to him I said look I'm interested in you ide- WanNa to pursue this, but I saw the way. You treated your last girlfriend and. He, had he had an excuse for everything. Right I was different obvious. And, he really didn't treat you like. Treat me like gold, and that's what nurses do they idealize you? And then they devalue you I'm and you're like wait. What happened to the connection we did have and then they discard you, and then they suck you back in, and so it was this vicious liable. Like are you okay? Yes. That's what it is like. Okay go on, I'm just having like. But I saw that. And so I just kept doing that vicious cycle with him, and then I really noticed that he was keeping me really separate from certain people in his life, one being a girl who I was friendly with. He showed up with me at an event she shut down. There was an path, and that's what narcissism paths do this dance and if paths don't have their? Paths do you have a special power right so an empath is someone who just feels the energy in a room. She not calling it, he she. But there are female narcissism, yes of and paths yeah. We're talking about yes. Yes. Yes, I get it so. And paths will give all the love that they have even at the sacrifice of their own needs, right and so. I was really doing that with him and giving it also. I could feel the energy of this other woman Victoria. WHO's now? Dear friend wedding I attended. As I love those and she was very. She's the sweetest person wise. This girl you know ignoring me or there's some tension there and again. I was just like you're not being. Would confront him and say there's something up here. Victoria was always so in love with me I, told her I didn't WanNa. Be With anyone. Then you move back from La and now you're like living with me and it's just really hard for her, but we work together, so she's just my friend Blah Blah Blah. We'll now I know he inventory. We're about to move in together then. He told her no when he found out that I was coming back and then. He proceeded to date both of us at the same time. got a dog with her, but told me that he got a dog to bring us closer together sent a picture from the dog park didn't cut enough of her face out so I didn't notice it at the time. But he eventually like a month later I was just all these things were happening multiple pairs of underwear that weren't mine and I was constantly like what the? Other. I've heard bucurs. Yeah so I just I'm just like make it right. Make it right, but the here it's so easy for me to tell the story and be like what addict addict, but what was my part that? I stayed in that for almost a year. Right? You know and I don't say that to shame myself now I'm like no, the abandoning of myself was A. A lesson and I think that this is why I'm so passionate about doing what I do because we all WanNa make it about the other person we all WanNa make it about Mr or miss wrong and again my podcasts as you mentioned called how to stop wanting him back. Obviously, heartbreak is a universal lesson for anyone gay straight whatever your race relations. Sh for the simplicity of it, you talk about my own experience, but Mr or MS wrong. We're so focused on. What he did what he said why he would do that. Why would he say those things and do what you do, and we're so in their brains, and wanting to understand the why, but the why doesn't matter the the the why you should be asking is why you keep wanting him back right because I was so Caitlin in so much pain, and I wanted was for him to be the person that he promised me he was in the beginning. Yes. I wish we could podcast your face. I've like kidding teary eyed, just because I guess I totally understand I mean I will say that I mean everyone knows who I'm talking about. An I shouldn't be talking about whatever liking girl you know. He was a faith fall, and I would never find anything and never made me like that and it wasn't he wasn't. No but everything else you're saying is how I felt and it's interesting that. I did it for three years though you got out after a year, so your situation was very different. Regret like committed right off the bat, and Planning Your Life together right off the bat so. 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Tell me how you got out. And realized what like how toxic it was, too, because a lot of people will just keep going back. One hundred percent I'm actually writing currently another article for push. That's like. How do you leave toxic relationships so I mean there's so many different layers and so many details we here for hours, but ultimately the way it ended was one I will never forget this you're. You might not know who this person is Anthony Weiner are you familiar with who he is? Why does? He was caught like engaging with teenagers. Okay, yes, wife, he was I want to say he was a mayoral candidate in New York, but he's some New York politics. Yes, I know and my rock bottom and I were like having a good day or a good moment, or whatever and he always had met with his theater company on Monday nights and. I just that day was just like Oh. My God does he see Anthony. Weiner was caught or something like that headline, or whatever and he was just like what an idiot for getting caught. And I was like that's actually not funny. Considering like the things that you have done right, I found disgusting e mails between him, and another one I found so much shit and I stayed people. This isn't about him. Being a Dick I stayed the real issue right, and so he was like Oh. Yeah, he wouldn't eat for getting caught. Law Mike that's not funny. He's like. I'm just kidding. I. Feel funny. Here's streaming down your face. Though I. And by the way do you got caught so many times I'm reading? Right so that night he was going and I was staying at a friend's I was. Like couch surfing I was broke as a joke I didn't want to stay at my parents skeleton. Ten pounds lighter than what I am now and I'm like welts on my face, the stress on my face, and like clumps of hair I was just a shell of a human and my parents. My Dad was like I'm concerned that you're anorexic. and. So that night I was Sta- I had dinner with a friend and I just had a feeling and I said I'm going to come up and see you after after. After your rehearsal. And he was like no, no babe. That's not a good idea like blonde on, Mike, I have a bad feeling and I actually I'm GonNa, come up and he's like no, don't come up and I was like so I'm actually already here. And he was like hold on and left and came outside and he was just like I'm going to. Coach someone else on audition or whatever and I was just like you're lying to me. Someone's back at your place and he's like you are crazy or so crazy. This can never happen again. And he totally put it on me, and now I know that obviously the other woman was there, and I was just it was such a dramatic mess and on a street corner, totally sober for once. Monday night in New York City and I kinda like stumbled off the curb and he was like Clare. You're going to get hit by a car and I was like I go up. And, so then the story became Clare's suicidal. He He's another thing that narcissistic sociopaths. Jewish they smear campaign your name right, and so it just became I was just this complete psycho now to his credit I actually felt like I was turning psycho, but that's what happens with gas lighting manipulation, saying one thing doing the other thing. You have a bad feeling, then you can't come in and all these things, so that was really and truly the end of it like an I I just I called my best friends the next day God. Bless majority of them who stayed with me, but I was a frequent nightmare during that time I, definitely ruined friendships at that time and. One! My one of my closest friends was just like this is. Like. We are not doing this again. And I just was lifeless, and then all the truth started coming out the overlapping of Victoria, and I and The next conversation I had with that ended in June of two thousand eleven. The next conversation I did have with him is that I discovered an S. T. D. in December, and I hadn't been with anybody else in some. I hate this guy and. I was just like well. The right thing to do is to contact because I now know he's dating Victoria which and so interesting because I texted him and he was like Yeah Yeah Yeah! I can open the phone, but I'm just working tonight. When I get off my shift, I'll call you and he's like. Hey, what's going on and I was just like so i. have this thing and he was just like. I said so you really need tell her and he was just like I am not dating her. He's I. Mean all my logical Ir, and that's where he went with that I'm not dating her. And meanwhile his now sister-in-law who invited me to their wedding as she was like I'm horrified and we love you. We've seen him do this. To multiple women years all of his clothes people were just. Just like I am so sorry, you dodged a bullet. Yeah, even though they all stay close to him, but also another thing, another big trade of narcissistic sociopath is that they hold leadership positions where they hold power and people don't like either too scared to leave, or they feel like. He has something that they need from him, so he's in that position and that's the most. I'll say there. But it's so fascinating that all is quote. Unquote closest friends I kept bumping into them. Because again. My brain was so consumed and what I do in terms of coaching is. Where my whole approach in coaching is at your thoughts, create your results, so my brain was so consumed by this drama, so I was getting answers and people all the time. In the most random restaurants yet city and his best friend would be there and he'd be like. Are you okay? But they all still stay with him I love him. He's my best friend. Mike, and like why. Yeah, that's the one. I could go on all these different tangents, but it's like I get it. I look at your world, right? You're going to be friends with people who are friends with no people that disrespected you and all the things and it's like but to me. It's like one hundred percent anyone who is associated with him. Anyone who has loyalties to him. Anyone who's friends with him, anyone who's connected with him professionally. You're not allowed in my life. We are disconnected. I mean. It's just. It's a dangerous situation, and not that I'm calling him a murderer I. Don't think he's that like. A very damaging. So. I went off on that side note, but I think you know I. have so many thoughts with. I'm the same way I feel like I. Kind of actually lost a couple friends. Just because I'm like I can't even be in that circle. Ya, just or protection your heart, and your wellbeing Oceana. Wellbeing is more important than like Oh, but I really loved that person, but yeah, and that can be a painful cost to pay, but is your emotional wellbeing more important well I n. even when you're saying you're shelve yourself I mean I was just the same way I I became so insecure, and not like I the bright light that you are. Not. I was just completely losing myself as time and time went on and. It's just you don't see it in the in in that moment. Do you just think it's you and you try and make things better for somebody else, and they keep making you feel like that is the problem. You are yeah yeah yeah. Yeah and then I look back on. It wasn't. But I did the victim thing to for a long time. Thinking I did something and there's obviously a lot of shame held around the TV show, and all these things and again I'm not going to sit here and Basham because i. Don't WanNA. Do that, but it's just. I'm just relating to things that you're saying, and I think a lot of people can and I think what you when you do the podcast. Just really you're vulnerable. Monologue if you yes. Model I guess I like cried that I thought it was so beautiful and playing so much respect for you for just making it. Exposing yourself in that way and sharing your story, because so many people are going through it and also yeah I can only imagine obviously I. Mind was not as public as yours, but just to. When people are rooting for you and invested in you and questioning if it was real and all I can't imagine that on top of the actual heartbreak, yeah! And it's interesting that you said you just hadn't done the work yet. Because I, think my real rock bottom was the relationship before. And I think that's where I was actually a shell of myself, and that's one of my friends were like concern for me. This last one I have done the work and I will always continue to do the work because they're always be work to do. But this one was different where I knew. I was okay without somebody and I was like happy with myself, and who I was and new I was like established in certain ways, and it made the break-up easier and I think that's where your role as a heartbreak coach. Come in for people because you can. You can like deep dive into how they need to do the self work to find the person that they're gonNA, actually allow themselves to be happy with. We'll be right back with more often. Rate Therapy. You're listening to off the vine race therapy your podcast you talk about what do they call? The houses stop. And think about. You know I was talking about this with my coach and she was like. So, what do you do your heartbreak coach? But what do you do you have what does that will? He'll their hearts. She's like barring yeah. Yeah it like what do you mean? No I help you stop wanting mister or miss wrong back because that is really the woman that I want to serve whether 'cause we all intellectually know. This guy right if he did all these things, or he's saying one thing and the actions are not supporting it like. Why do you want to be with that person? You wouldn't want your sister, your daughter, your mom, your best friend to be with someone who isn't showing up right, but our hearts are already locked in because of the oxytocin and the Serotonin. That's released when you have. Have that bond to him, and and it really is an addiction when you start. I deal with a deal with coach. A lot of women who just can't seem to shake him can't seem to get him out of this because we are so longing for that high of what we hoped it would be and I'm obviously an actor so I I love to fantasize. They'll just be like. What does the future luckily? Everything that they're like women are crazy. I'm like I. Totally. Go their brain, and which doesn't make you crazy. Thank you Caitlin Yeah. No but. The important thing is to reign it in I. Remember saying to a friend. You know I really like him, but I don't WanNa. Get my hopes up. And she said why not. Get your hopes up. Oh, because I don't want to feel the disappointment, but no go and get your hopes up, but know that you can manage your mind if your hopes get broken. If it doesn't turn out to be the person and so another aspect of how a coaches again. If your thoughts create your results, you can think your way into attracting. You're ideal person because you can become the woman in your brain kate winslet. You're losing losing me though. She's nodding her. I'm about my girlfriend right now. Out here head. Guess what your eyes are like. How does that happen? This is. My work, yeah, and so I so right now I coached twenty clients. Actually I've eighteen right now, so two spots. Available right now, shameless plug! But at one point I had five clients building my business right, and so I really through my work with my coach became the woman who has twenty clients before the twenty clients arrived, and so then literally just like two months ago. I said Okay here. I am hit. Twenty clients you know. Everything I wanted to create with my brain. And I like always committed my brain to being the future version of myself, and so I just like manage my schedule as if I had twenty clients so I don't get to Chit Chat with every best e that calls Tuesday at two. PM Right. Really just focus my brain and became the woman who became the coach who is? The person with the full business right and so how do I make my schedule I'm not going to be sloppy with my client schedule. I'm not going to be sloppy with my schedule. Even if I have those slots open and then I was okay well now may bringing his created twenty clients. My brain can totally create one man. I can create twenty people on my roster. Yeah, what's one person? We all think like it's so hard to find him. It's so hard to find him and I'm like well in the same way that I thought felt and behaved my way to twenty clients. How can I think feeling behaved my way to one man, yeah, and so I just moved to a new apartment a few months back. I got a funk hsi-wei lady yeah. Really started being like okay if he was here, what would what are the thoughts that I would be thinking? And how would I behave? And how would I show up? And how would I go about my day like we always have giddy feels like a new lover come alive. Maybe I'm coaching clients a day, but and that might look even though I love what I do. Sometimes, you're like Oh eight eight emotional conversation. It's alive. Yes, and I think about like Oh. It's so fun knowing at the end of the night. Come home, and we'll have a glass of wine and awesome to watch the bachelor with me right. Just thinking like Oh, those are the thoughts that I would be thinking, and then that lights up my brain to believing like he's here, and it gives me like a pattern and as a result. I've been newly dating. Oh GonNa leave it at that. But I've been addressing a different because it's so new bet like. I'm attracting different kind of guy who's just like what are you doing? When are you next? availables refund. The chemistry is there whereas like over the years I think I've settled for less physical attraction just because he's a good guy or I or I'm physically attracted, and I'm a little like You're in our success, right or rang. So so that's kind of the fun part of the coaching, but in terms of the stopping wanting him back. I think the first step is you have to be real with the fact that you do want him back? I think when people come to me and they say like Oh my God. I, just I. Know I need to get over my no need to get over him and I'm like, but let's be real if you think about a I don't know if you're familiar with the twelve steps, yeah, the first step is awareness. Actually I really. Do you want him back? Yeah, he totally me over. And all my heart and my brain wants is for that time when we initially had yes, all right? Let's talk about Lacroix sparkling water. It was developed to give health conscious consumers, refreshment, flavor, and sparkle with an innocent twist of zero calories, zero sweeteners and zero sodium enjoy lacroix sparkling water, a calorie sweetener, sodium, innocent beverage with nothing artificial lacroix. Lacroix is a healthier alternative for you and your lifestyle, and is available nationwide for fullest of retailers visit www dot, lacroix water dot COM Lacroix's twenty-five flavors are confirmed to be derived from natural sources with natural fruit essences. Families Continue to value the wholesomeness of Lacroix again. 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What's the next step well, but even so before weaving and I love it. You said that because that's exactly what my clients okay, but then what's next, right? It's like I. Don't want to talk to you about what's not working. You about how I make it work and feel better. Yeah, but I really, and this is like where I'm not the greatest sales lady about my work because I'm like. No, you have to feel your pain. Yeah to watch that. Your brain believes that wanting him back as the answer. Right like if someone's trying to lose weight, right. It's it's hard to eat the pizza and the brownies because that's not helping you lose away, but it's also really hard to eat greens and drink water and start going to the gym if you haven't been doing that, our brains are habitual. It wants to do what is comfortable doing even if it's not giving you the results that it wants fair, so both options suck, but you have to be real with what you are craving. Yeah, and notice that and. And then you have to be with the urge and got satisfy it. I E B with the urge to want him back and block on social media. Do not text him for any reason. Do not get together with his best friend's girlfriend. You can get more information on is hurting things someone like all the things you want to do to get really savvy with how committed you are to being with your pain while not acting on it to exasperate them. That's what my therapist calls at shopping for pain. Yes, going shopping for pain like nobody wants to admit that, and because there's shame around I'm not doing that to myself. I can't help it you. I think when you're initially heartbroken. I do feel like that is something that you can't help. This woman burqas do is a huge life. Coaches and amazing podcast called the life coach school, and I use her coaching methods with my clients, and my coaches also use her method on me and. She really talks about how life is fifty fifty fifty percent negative, fifty percent positive, so there are certain things like the loss of loved ones, whether that's death or break-up or the loss of a job, the loss of money or anything like that that is part of life. Feel the pain and I. Don't know about you, but I know you're Canadian. But I was raised in I'm actually originally from Ireland's. My parents are vote and I lived there as a as a kid, but. My parents grew up in the fifties and sixties in Ireland. where it's just like brush it under the rug. Don't cry, just go be a good Christian. Like. That was just it. No one's like. To cry. It's okay to feel you're feeling right it out right and I'm not saying that I love my mom and Dad. I'm about to go on a plane to see them. Yeah, but that just wasn't there way. That wasn't what they were taught. I think a huge important part of this is to say I'm in so much pain right now. I feel it in my heart center, so I do a lot of mind body work with my clients, as well Yep feel the pain. Let's locate it. What are you thinking that's making? You feel that way. I want him back. I hate him. I miss him. You know like all the different. The five stages of grief, right depression anger What is it bargaining? Right like you go through all these different stages. I'm watching what I can't remember them now if I don't. But. In Yeah I know, but you'll go through all these stages where Oh and starting to, and that's why I asked my clients to do a six month. Commitment with me because it's not a linear process, you're GonNa Great Week, and all of a sudden. Someone tells you that he's with someone else, and you feel like you've just been broken up with all over again. You have to go through the process and that doesn't mean that you've come back to square one. It's like Oh, now I have this information just to your point, right? Your last heartbreak wasn't your rock bottom, but it was still a lot of pain, but you. You had tools, yes, and so. Like really teaching yourself how to navigate through that and so then. We talk about again. Your thoughts create your results so if the result being over him is what you're going for. What would you be thinking? If you were over him. Right and so it's just we play with the brain. I'm not asking them to get off the phone in our session or in three sessions or six or ten sessions to be like. Wow, now that I'm thinking about what I think about in the result of being over him. Oh, now I'm just GonNa? Think that thought and never. Again of course, but it's the beginning of retraining the brain. It's expanding your brain to the possibility of being over him instead of just being like. These are the cards. This. It's really hard. I hate more than ever. When people are like time and space or someone else coming in is going to heal it now. Is that true like you met Jason Pretty, quick? Did yeah, but I I always try and think about that too of like how that happened so quickly because I didn't expect it and I didn't want it. And it happened so I think that's exactly you didn't want it. Yeah, you weren't looking for it. You didn't want it and it just happened, so someone could say to me look at Kaitlyn Bristowe she jason right away right and yeah. Everyone's on her own journey. It's clearly working out for you so happy for Gama's best with him. He's great. Let them know. But yeah, that sure that can happen like I had a client, and she said to me, but my sister you know. She's single and she had just gotten off the heels of a pretty toxic relationship and Were teaching her the thought work and everything she but. It just sucks like my sister went through heartbreak, and she did a couple of therapy sessions, and she met her husband, and has two kids and I'm like, but that's her journey. I'm here to just say. Your journey right here right now. What do you want to be in the result of being over him? And you can't want what other people have, but everyone does especially when it comes to their love life. Yeah, for sure. I just. Had a consultation with someone last night, and she was like twenty eight, and so like I. Feel like if you're if you're not getting married when everybody else is. Doing the whole bridesmaid thing get eight million other who headings and not yours. Then you're on a journey got. And, I said well. I love that. That was exactly me. All my friends were starting to settle down and get married at twenty eight, and I was like I was so out of my own mind, but I can truly say at almost thirty nine and single, and take it or leave it I think the reason why I do what I do and I. Just signed client. She said listen. Listen to your podcast, and when you just had how complete and fulfilled and happy, you are sitting in your apartment alone. I was like I knew i. mean the tire you Ha-, feel fulfilled now I. Want Love in my life I'm very clear about that, but I'm also really happy alone. Yeah, and I. If someone was to say to me, know. Do you want him to come today? Percents yes, but I think the importance is I'm so in love with myself now and I hadn't been so. That's that becomes the work. It's like healing over him. And then what is it about you that you're rejecting of yourself? And how did you figure that out? Did you see a therapist and question I? went to few therapists, work and I hated all of them I was searching, and I was doing all the Yoga and meditation and. And self help books relying on my friends, driving them crazy and I went to three different therapists, and they were terrible, and it wasn't and I knew that it wasn't like Oh. Therapists are terrible. I knew it was just I wasn't finding the right ones, but I was also super broke, and so I was spending money. That I didn't have on them. Just not feeling better, one wanted to medicate me. Like right off the bat and. Yeah and I'm not anti medication but I personally have never been on medication and. No one no one said. Let's do mindfulness tools. So cut to go to La and I've interviewed her on my podcast. Ashley Graber saved. My life really went to therapy. I and we did a lot of healing of of. That relationship like started seeing her two years after that rock bottom relationship, but I also want to make clear. I've been heartbroken since that right, but to your point actually a couple years ago, I got heartbroken by who is not a narcissistic. And he was the inspiration to create the heartbreak coach Niche Okay so I been coaching before, but I kept it very general, and then when I got harper by him. I was like I. Have the tools now don't think anybody is talking about heartbreak in the way that I'm talking about it and I'm not going to be quiet about this. I'm going to. To talk about how moving through the process of this and going to love myself consciously through this because we automatically want, beat ourselves up and say what if I did that? What if I didn't say that to him? What if I did this differently? What if I didn't get angry that one night or whatever and it's like no everything unfolded perfectly yeah. That's it's just so interesting. How so many people relate and how everybody goes through this, but everybody feels so alone so alone, and you feel like you're a crazy person to have all these thoughts I for my clients all the time like crazy, or what's wrong with me? That I'm still thinking about him. The only thing that's wrong with you is that you think that there's something wrong with you. Yeah, really and truly yeah, you just, and that's really what I learned from Ashley I is loving compassion of myself with what is and making peace with the pain, and then the coaching comes in with how. How do I transform the story with my mind with thought tools to really commit my brain to the future version of myself, being healed, happy whole and independent and transforming my victim story into my heroine's story like I can honestly say Caitlin that rock bottom story where I was a shell of a human inside, and out is the best thing that ever happened to me early, and it took me a long time to get there. There were the three or four years following that again, because I didn't really have the foundational tools. That I needed. I literally said you know. Know I've always been like everything happens for a reason like this I wouldn't wish this on anybody and I didn't open my heart for a really long time, because I was like falling in love is dangerous and I can honestly say that. In the last few couple of months I've open myself up to dating in a much more conscious way because I was very I've talked about this on my podcast married to my business for the last year because I really wanted to get to a place where it was just full practice and really commit to taking care of my podcast. PODCAST and the writing, and all of that and now I'm my heart up again. My brain still goes it safer to be alone, and it's my job to be like. No, it isn't yeah, and you know the risk of. Here's the deal I have. Many clients who say I just don't WanNa. Get hurt again and I'm like I can't guarantee you that and I guarantee myself that I can just guarantee that I. Have the tools to move through it and I know that heartbreak won't kill me right and I think sometimes. We feel like you're going to die. People have. Even talk about panic attack and like you know that. Can feel that way and know that yours came out of nowhere. Jason was with you I obviously. Just the I've had that panicky feeling like someone's GonNa. Leave me and. No I can really rain it in and move through it because. In Brown talks about this, or are you familiar with her work? You have to be willing to fall so deep and be willing to have your heartbroken again. Your heart won't be broken if you're not willing to. Let yourself fall so deep right, so is it worth it and for me? I have to tell myself I want no. You want it you. Do I do the same thing? I like even though I was. In a place where I wasn't looking because at the same time I got into this relationship with Jason I was really open and honest with him, and I told them I was like. I, I'm too scared to like fall in love again because I feel like everybody disappoints me and yeah, you're going to be so great right now, and you're going to be so in love with me, and you're gonNA, but that'll change after like six seven months, and then the other journey will start where you. I would I want that Jason back that I first met because that's what it does to me. They fall in love and they're going to be this great person and they build me up and then they take me down. And he was like I don't know who you've dated, but that is not me, and I'm like he s it is deputy. Buddy like I was still closed off and like not. I was too scared. I thought fallen in love with so dangerous, so what changed to for you to believe him? I don't know I, guess just his consistency, but. He I think he didn't make me feel crazy for that. He wanted to like. Help me through it and show me that he's not that person and so. I guess over time I, just like started believing. I still have weak moments where I think he's GonNa. Turn or do something, but he's just so like he's so secure an himself that he can like. Talk me through that and understand where I'm coming from because he has a, he has his parents who've been married happily for thirty five years. His Dad's still like just adores his mom, and they just have all had really healthy relationships and. So I think obviously I like to think well. I was eighteen, so my parents are still friends, so the divorce didn't affect me, but it does. And he can, he can actually look into why I feel those things and see how everybody's proved me right in believing that, so he wants to prove me wrong, and so he's really good at. Just, listening and talking through my struggles, yeah, I love that and as a coach and thinking of all your listeners so I just need to find a jason. Because they think that the real thing is that you had already been through a rock bottom before your last. And you said you had the tools, and you were very vocal and communicative with him, and completely like I'm not ready, and he was like I'm going to show you and you said okay, because you actually could have said no I'm out. Yeah, I'm not doing this and you could have pushed him away. Yes, and you're still eating into your vulnerability, so I just want anyone who's listening. Who thinks that the next good guy is the answer i? Don't I think that's not true. That's a really good point. I really do want people to know that, too. Because a lot of people do say like I. Just want people used to say I wanNA find my. I'd be like. INSTAGRAM. But again I don bash but like. People say that to like I wanNA find Jason and I'm like yeah, I mean. It's great, but you're so right that. We had find yourself before you will find Jason and lean, and you were leaning into your pain, and you're being vulnerable and honest, our experience and working with a therapist, doing the things and being really transparent with him. you know and so yeah, we even talk about like going to a counselor together dressed. I! That's my dream Yeah. So. Seriously because like, let's just make sure because I think that there are sneaky things that happen. Yeah, circumstances occur, and we have sneaky thoughts that kind of swimming Mac and he thought swim under the surface, and then you have a few drinks, and he says one thing and you're like. Yeah read this whole bullshit story and creates this rift between you. That was so unnecessary, but if you're just con constantly and consistently, even if it's a meeting with someone twice a month, or once a month, or just be like a check in Yeah I. think that's awesome all right? There are so many reasons why I love fall like the cozy sweaters and holidays and one huge reason that I look forward to fall. Every year is some of my. My favorite TV shows are back baby so many bendable shows that I'm obsessed with come back on the air, and Hulu has all of them right in one place, but seriously everybody who has the TV you love and all for five ninety nine a month. That's like the price of a pumpkin spice, La but instead of one beverage that doesn't even taste like Pumpkin. Sorry, I said you'll get your favorite shows I've been really into the voice lately. I don't know I think. My favorite coach is probably Blake. Shelton or maybe Kelly Clarkson Ma Kelly clocked. It's hard to decide. But who has grey's anatomy, which is an all-time fave, Oh and this is us if you're really in the mood to shed some tears, which I always am and can't forget family guy. Family Gang goes. No I feel about family guy, so if you love TV, as much as I do, and don't want to miss the new stuff, go to Hulu, Dot Com and start your free trial today, if somebody keeps proving you right and hurting you, and then coming back and just be like okay, but now I'm going to therapy and now I want to go to therapy with you. Do you believe them? It's hard to say because every situation is unique in an in and of its own right, but I think if someone keeps good doing it and going back and going back, and then they're like, but now I'm going to therapy. Call me in six months and we'll see if something's changed right, you know because I think when someone finally does go to therapy. Is GonNA come up. And it has nothing to do with you on the receiving end if he's going and doing his work, and then if he's connecting the dots, but also trying to figure out how where you fit in I, think that that's really hard to do, and then you're kind of waiting there being like, but he's doing the work on himself, and especially I'm speaking from point of view of. An an unmanaged empathic mind and heart right like Oh, he's doing the work. And I have the capacity to hold all this love for all of this dysfunction and pain that needs having. But then I I'm just conscious of anybody who's listening, and if you've been in a relationship with someone for five years and he's going to therapy now. You may want to stay, but also like just. Are you in therapy? Are You doing the work? Are you wanting to be really clear of that? I just think if someone keeps coming back. And second you back in and discarding coming back, and saying back in discarding you and narcissist will take like when they really think that they've lost you, they will take. That sucked back into the next level by saying something like like. Oh, but now I'm going to therapy, so it's like. Oh, no, it really is different this time and I think that that's where I just talked about this with my therapist on my own podcast. Can you get really quiet with yourself and I think a lot of silence and inward work, and really listening to your gut and your intuition. Do you really believe that that's the answer I even thought about a break up from a few years ago and He really just up with me abruptly after saying that he like talking about marriage and a future, but he was going through his own shit, and some people were like there's no way he's done with you. You know, and because I'm so. Off Course? How could he possibly be? He was done. But. When they break up with you and you're just like. Also because they literally, he was just saying I. See Myself Falling in love with you so quickly and he wrote me. We were struggling obviously in two days before he broke up with me, sent me this beautiful text message. That was just like I fear that you think that I'm not putting in the work as much as you are, and I want you to know that I want I mean just like he was really trying. I was really trying, and then he just was like I'm done and. Where am I going with this? We just said. Why am I bringing? Oh people saying I think he'll come back. And I said if he comes back, I would know the difference. He would have needed to have done a lot of work on himself to really show up in the way because he was doing a lot of hot and cold. I think there's a whole other thing I'd love to diagnose my ex's but dismissive. Avoid an attachment behaviour. Not, not, a an evil human, but just hot, hot, hot, cold, cold, cold, push push push boy I really really want you I i. don't know I'm scared yet. He is broken up with every single woman that he'd ever been with, and he was thirty eight years old right red. Flag Yeah. I entered with eyes. Wide Open I'm like I know this man wants a commitment side. Note my best friend Solomon bumble and she was like I. Think this is your accident. She had never met him in person. Yeah, and I was like Oh. My God totally and what do. So unattractive when I think about like the person I'm new leasing now like the difference in like. An, yeah, amazing. Isn't it nice to feel that? Yeah. Yes, I was just like so not attracted, and he was like down to Earth Blah. Blah Blah I'm like. Oh, yeah, good luck with that. But I think you would know the difference if someone had really done himself. I'm friends with a couple of exes. Over the years, one has done so much work on himself, and we're just good friends now like if he wanted to date someone I'd be like yes, yeah, like he had done a lot of work. And we understood like why. We attracted each other at the time and the drama that happened, and you can just tell when someone has a ton of awareness, and is really clear about the blocks that have held him back or the blocks that have created the behavior of the hot in the cold or all in and then dropping, so there is. Is a possibility for people to change if they put in the work. Yes, but don't wait for him to do it like. If you're ready and willing to do the work I mean during my rock bottom. My Mom's like you're meditating urine therapy. You're doing all these things. What's he doing? Yeah, you know like you have to. Both really want to be committed to doing the work and I think that it's a slippery slope to be like. Oh, he's going to therapy. And also you know great in that effort, but is he going to the right therapists is? There's a lot of shitty coaches a Lotta shitty that's out there like. Is he going to one where? He's really implementing the change right so yes, it is possible to change, but I don't sit around and wait for them to do it. Yeah is my my stance. I like that yeah. We'll be right back with more off the vine rape. Share the. All, right, if you guys like my show, you're gonNA. Love Heather debrosse world on podcast one. The former real housewives of Orange County turned. bestselling author is coming at you two times a week to share her stories about life and chats it up with some fabulous guests over some chaps. You don't WanNa. Miss a second of at checkout. Heather rose world every week on apple podcasts and podcasts one. Now back to off device there. Know everyone should go read the full articles if they want to know everything about these subjects, but I wanted you to quickly. Tell me about some of these articles you've written and what you'd recommend for the following topics K.. K. How to tell your with Mr Wrong. Oh. First of all again, listen to your gut. and I think right off the bat when they're expressing all these over the top feelings for you. They can't possibly know that they feel that way. They don't know you got. We get so carried away with the fantasy like. Is it nice to be like I? Like this about you? You're really beautiful like whatever that they show up and. Are Consistent sure, but just when they're planning the rest of their lives with you. I think that's a red flag which is so confusing because you're like what did he is really into me? And then I also think when they flake right, or if you can't if you're an this is for if you're really wanting to be in a relationship right, but if you're dating someone and they can't like lockdown time, see you or your wondering. Like what am I gonNA? See what about if you're engaged to them living with them, they can't lockdown it. Is that you're not starting. Yeah but I'm like that would. Make, you. Yeah, that's a problem. Yeah, like sweet. Now I see that where I'm like Gosh if you know if you're. Someone and they can. That's a huge red flag. Yeah, yeah, I hate not knowing when that said. Let's say you have a date on Friday night and went really well, and it's now Monday and you're like I. Don't know what I'm going to see him like. Calm down right like you, but if it's Thursday, he's like. What are you doing tomorrow night i. I think that there's something to be said about boundaries with your time. Yeah, I'm a very busy person so i. do need a little bit of time in advance and I really liked my precious time with my friends and the people I'm dating person. Dating is really important to me and I am knowing that we have a plan is important to me. But, if you're asking me on a Thursday to hang out, that night or Friday hang out at night like it's. I'm not available. So really, and that's for me right so. Sure what does work but just not being so available for them whenever they feel like it on a whim I also think when they're just constantly talking about themselves, and not really checking in with you and asking you how you are in your life is, and it's just all about them as a big red flag. If. He's constantly hiding his phone from you, but that's really. Not a great sign. Think you've now. You know deep down in your gut when things when he's not, you know like you can tell pretty quickly. If you work on being self aware, you could tell pretty quickly if a guy is not a good match for you totally I. Think it's just about paying attention. I mean you know better than me like paying attention to those all the little things that you would. Would not want in a relationship, and then on the flip side of this like Mr Wrong. We think of Mr Wrong is like the bad guy, but what if you're just with a nice guy and you're super inboard? Yeah, like, but it's just nice to have someone all shit. Go enjoy yourself. Yeah, but if like downtime like the guy I'm newly seeing, we're just like chilling and watching Netflix. Oh. Really. Yes, like I just love Lico soaking in the so the so called boring moment like I just really appreciate the simple moments. Where we going to dinner. And what are we doing accident like? I just the downtime for me especially because I'm tired lot. Do not and so just to like. Relax into someone's arms, and not necessarily feel like I have to be on. Yeah right so if you're just like. This is kind of. It's just I. Know Him just leave him and you're. Wanting to be bored with someone else versus just bored with yourself is a problem for you. It's not about him. That's a good point tail. And how successfully? With benefits so fun, it could be so fun, and this is so controversial. I got a lot of heat for this article La. Yes. I. Think because people are like Oh. That's disrespecting your body or that doesn't work or whatever. First of all human beings I know you agree with this for everything that you have been yeah. If we want to have sex have sex, yeah, I'm sorry. Shame me, troll me all. You want yeah, because. This group of vinyls they won't try and. I love you guys. But. I could I just think you got to be really savvy with you're doing it with. Yeah, so there are. Definitely people that I have done that with that and it's like I am so clear like I. Did with Mom and Dad definitely don't listen? I definitely had that with an axe, and like the next morning. He would be like cuddly and I'm like Oh, we ought to go. I was so clear that I loved him as a person. Love the history that we had but I was just like you. No, you don't even, but he's so sweet that maybe he didn't want to. And he felt he should know. Yeah, like and put. It was so mutual. Yeah, even if he was cuddling me like there's just like a love there, but it is not the same kind of love and just getting my needs met him getting his needs met, and like he'll tell me. Oh, I'm in a relationship right now that like we can talk about our dating experiences. Obviously, we've never when either of us is in a relationship, but. Getting super clear that you are really just friends. And I used to believe this to be possible, but no really get clear like. Are you just looking to get your needs? Man? Yeah, and then also don't text him incessantly and don't let him text you. or Because then you're getting confused. It becomes a gray area. Yeah, I, also think friends with benefits should not be a regular thing with the same person that also gets confusing and finally my stance on this is let's say you do start hooking up and you're like wait. Do I have feelings really got clear on that and you are starting to have feelings. You've gotTA stop. Yeah so you have to be really savvy with yourself, but. The people were saying that doesn't work. That doesn't laugh might not work for some people, but it might work for some people if you allow your mind to go to the right place, and if you have the conversations with the person going through a drought. What works I not. I agree with that and some people can do that on their own and some people can't. Each their own I hate. Trouble for that kind of thing, because like you're not saying everybody should do it. You're saying. It workable. Yeah, really don't bullshit yourself. Yeah, exactly all right so as you guys likely know by now I, struggle with anxiety in. Pretty much daily life and I've tried to be open about it because I think it's important to talk about the fact that a lot of us struggle with anxiety. Stress Pain, trouble sleeping. It's important to know that you're not alone. 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That means it's a good confession. Well, you know you love it tooth story. That you call, a tutor is everything I don't. Call it that for you. It's cute. Cute okay, so I was my God I already feel anxious like my heart. really telling this story. I was going on a hike with my boyfriend at the time of years ago and It was super hot in La. Yeah, and I had my water bottle. He had his water bottle. And this is a testament. What is shitty boyfriend he was he had like a warm room temperature water bottle, which basically was hot, got to the hike, and I had like ice cold water. Bottle and he drank the whole bottle pre the hike. Oh, and then for some reason we forgot the other water bottle, and it was like a two hour hot. Haya and we start going up. We climbed to the top all the things and I was starting to feel really dehydrated. Yeah, a little Gassy Yeah Yeah. And so we were coming back, and then I was like which which is the lesser of the two evils run, and potentially like faint from dehydration, which has happened to me, but yeah, or just like walk, and take it easy, and I was like I. Just need to run or whatever? And then as we were running down I like kind of tripped and rolled over my ankle and totally. League loud super loud. WHOA, are you okay, I? I had tripped also, he was like a Germaphobe like with gross to how you know this guy. That was like cool. And I had rolled over my ankle as it happened and. You. Doesn't. Swear. I can't wait this better. Be Good. Are you okay and I? It's just like rolled-over Michael. You didn't even acknowledge them part. It's clearly that's the sound that happens. Rollover Ankle. Pretended that I was like? Yeah, that was just the ankle cracking. God and then that's when he never talk to you again. With I. Just don't understand why. I hate if guys are like. Guys can't handle girls farting. I'm like. Get over it I. do like to keep that especially in the beginning. But like I I was especially cautious of him because he's just like everything's gross to him and like dirt, and all the things like he was just like like anal retentive nobody. About like all that Shit, nobody so I was just I couldn't i. Oh, my God but I rolled over my ankle. My best friends like will not let me that. Did you roll over your ing? That's what I'm going to call it now and I I just rolled over my ex. Funny premise it with your fault, Dude. You drank my water, yeah! Yeah, totally totally his fault for your toot and ankle. That's so funny. I think my favorite part of that story. I was just trying to get it out like laughing so hard. then. There's Jason this morning I was like showing Rachel I like. My my girlfriend's here from new. York and I love Rachel she's. She's here in the room and I was showing her. This like gift closet that I have like full of goodies. And the doors open and it was right by. My bedroom and Jason's like? I like in the bedroom. And also. Of course. You know you're in there and he was like. And then I go in and the easiest proven with the doors open. And I was like. Oh, you. Are you pooping news like yeah. Oh I'm sure he'd love. You're telling this story is going to murder me. Absolutely murder me, but it was just so funny, because I'm like okay and were there. And it doesn't bother me, so some people might think that's so disgusting and I'm like Oh. I think it's blue together own were there. Like find it hot that he did that. Looking at. The level. Yes okay now. I have a game for you. The game is relationship. dealbreakers are the following relationship dealbreakers for you. Okay, that's not really a game. It's just more. I hope I win. Yeah, you're GONNA win this. He uses a lot of emojis in his text messages. No No dealbreaker, okay, he won't tell you the passcode for his phone. I have a problem with anyone who needs the passcode for his phone. I agree with that. I don't know Jason's passcode and I don't. That's a problem. I don't know it because I'm like what if I needed? I'll just use his face idea and put up to his face and. But here thing if I'm like. Oh, I need something. My phone died. What's your password and he's like I'm not giving that. That's a deal breaker. I wouldn't be like I'm breaking up with you, but I'd like. That's a problem right red flag. His mom still does his laundry. Weird the again, not a deal breaker, but I'd be like wouldn't separate. Trump. He tells you that he's cheated in the past. That's a problem for me. Okay I. mean if we would appreciate again. I was just asked. This question is you know are are all cheaters narcissist and I think look at the end of the day Let's say someone's been married for twenty years. They have three kids. Both people have jobs in their marriage was. was kind of asleep at the wheel. And then you meet someone on a business trip or at work, and they light you up again. I understand how that happens and I don't think that that makes you. A narcissist or bad person I think that means to. People are asleep at the wheel. Is it salvageable? Yes, if you both want to figure it out? Cheating is definitely a deal breaker for me. I think with what I do now and where I'm at in my life, I can't imagine being asleep at the wheel in my own relationships, but. If you cheat in the past, I would need a lot more information but I. Yeah I. was about to say something might new situation. I'M NOT GONNA show. I like it keeps private and he follows some pretty graphic accounts on instagram problem. That's a problem for me. I agree like I. Don't need to follow hot guys and get. What do you get from that nothing? Looking at guys with like imagine just followed. Guys who had big dicks Yelich Jon Hamm Yeah. I feel like. I. I think his Dick has. An actual instagram account Oh. Yeah, imagine like what. I really don't, but yeah I get what you what you mean it just. I. Always think like what are you still like in highschool like needing to follow these? Yeah, that's. I agree. he is digs with next X. That's on there, okay. He's addicted to his phone. It's not. A deal breaker so funny I was actually just coaching client on this last night. Her Guy is always on his phone. I mean I like to be present with my guy if he's constantly on his phone. That is a problem. Yeah, for sure yeah, and then being friends with an next I'm friends with XS. I. I think you really have to know your man and I think for me. I am so clear that the two friends that I am friends with. Friends I'm friends with? That they talked to me about their dating lives, I tell them about mine that it really is platonic and that if the person I'm dating was in the same room as as myself in the EX's. Feel totally comfortable. And I just think now as I'm newly dating, it's like. Do you just fully trust this person and you choosing to trust this person I just would appreciate the transparency. I'm yeah I I've already made it clear to the person. I'm dating. That's so important, said the Brown, the boundaries and I always say from my. I did a podcast in New York with this girl who is a therapist. And she said it's about boundaries, and your negotiable and non-negotiables. I love it, and it's like you just set that up from the get go and the. But the non-negotiables can sometimes change yeah. Because like if you find. Again it's too early to say, but you'll have to bring me back. Yeah, I'm marriage, it progresses. Yes, there are things about him. That I've learned. That weren't a part of my plan for the future. And I'm really looking to be with someone who I want certain things with, but like I also feel this amazing connection that I'm like Oh life offers you different. Presents you with different opportunities, different people and I've always lived a very unconventional life commitment to my friends and so. You know is the person worth it for you to adjust to what you thought. Without sacrificing who you are at your core. Data Guy from the bachelor world I'd say that so many times. Thousand non negotiable for me, but our Jason also totally broke the. One, hundred percent just made so much sense. Yeah, yeah, thank you, thanks for being here for this podcast and and let everyone know where they can find you like instagram and how they can sign up if they yes. Everything, but I before I do want to say I adore you and graduations for the People's choice nomination, and just I'm so happy for you for the life that you've created and I wanted to come on here, because I wanted I respected your vulnerable I have I've watched since farmer Chris. Journey and have loved you throughout. All of it and I think what you do is so amazing and your fun and your spirit, and you just stood out again and I. Love so many of the bachelor, but you are just such a standout person for Bachelor, nation, your transparency and vulnerability throughout all of it, and then watching your fairy tale, ending is just so beautiful inspiring so I'm an I'm just so honored to be here and like chat with you. It's like. Dream Come true so. Assuming. Nice. Thank you for saying that really and truly you're unbelievable keying. We'll now you're going to have a new friend goes. 'CAUSE I. Feel like we really hit it off. I I knew we would. Let so sweet! Thank you for saying that seriously, and it's not bullshit is actually trip they? I feel that I feel that. But people can find me at Clare. The heart coach on I g Clare is a I r e the heartbreak coach, and you can find me also. You couldn't go to my site. Clare The heartbreak coach Dot Com, and my podcast is called how to stop wanting him back. You can find it on spotify tunes. You can also find it on my website. Awesome and. Email and everything is there and yeah. It's a six month one on one coaching program. I don't coach for any longer. Any less I do contracts with clients. If you've got more to do more. But I don't do less than that because I'm really looking to work with women who not only want to like. I just got an email the other day and was like I. Need Advice on what to do in this. Break up so much bigger than that right I really want to. Help Guide you to heal your heart, but also fall in love with yourself, and yes, sure create space for Mr Right to come in or miss right to come in. But then it's like if your brain isn't consumed with. All the things. Mr Wrong didn't all the heartbreak. then. What do you do with your brain right? I can create so much more in your life. So that's what I'm really passionate I love that I love what you do and you're obviously I love that you're passionate about it and that you are held because that is a lot to take on in a day, and and you gotta be the right person to do that, so thank you so much. You're such. Thing. Thanks for listening to off the vine grapes therapy tune in to hear new Minnesota, every Thursday and checkout new full length episodes every Tuesday exclusively on podcast, one dot com, the podcast, one APP and subscribe on Apple podcasts. Grape therapy sponsor review for this Thursday, Lacroix, enjoy lacroix sparkling water, Calorie, sweetener, and sodium, innocent beverage with nothing, artificial neum visit neum dot com slash fine to start your today the last weight loss program you'll need and Hulu. Hulu has the TV. You love all for only five ninety nine a month. GO TO HULU DOT COM and start your free trial today.

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MP Tony Clement's sexting and extortion scandal

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MP Tony Clement's sexting and extortion scandal

"This is a CBC podcast. Hi, I'm Jamie. Not even forty eight hours ago as always eating on the results of the midterm election. At different kind of political story was breaking here in Canada. Tony Clement is apologizing and asking for an RCMP investigation. A high ranking long serving conservative member of parliament announce his resignation as Justice critic for the official opposition. Tony Clement has now admitted to sharing sexually explicit images. And video climent says your CPA is investigating as he's now facing extortion attempt today, I'm asking how a season politician known for his use of social media ended up at the center of sexting scandal. That's today on front burner. I'm bashing Capello. Same host of CBS's power politics. And I'm in Ottawa hive Ashi, thanks for being here. What do we know about why? Tony commend has resigned from his post as a conservative parties Justice critic and also from several government committees will what's so interesting. At least I think is that basically what we know at this point is all from Tony Clement himself. You released this statement essentially saying admitting that over a period he says of three weeks he sent sexually explicit photos and video to someone. He thought was a consenting woman. And then he says that that person whoever it is tried to extort him for a senior source in the conservative party tells me fifty thousand euros. So he admitted all that he laid it out. And then he said, I'm taking time away from my duties on the hill like you mentioned committee duties and duties as a critic kind of injustice critic, and I'm going to go spend some time with my family. He's married. He has kids and I'm going. To seek some kind of treatment. So it kind of starts an answer. We don't know what kind of treatment it'll take or if he'll come back in the fold and win anything about who's trying to extort him. The euro's is very interesting. Yeah. It's super interesting. We don't know a whole lot at this point. But again, it's kind of developing story. So that could change I do know that he referred it to the P. And then told the party the party says that they're not aware of who source could be, but that's the amount of money. He told the conservatives. So he said he was it was the number named kind of fifty thousand euros. And so the CPA is investigating there's people confirm that their vesting. But they won't they also confirm who they who might be suspected or any details about sort of the nature of the investigation. And do you have any sense of why he released a statement with so much information in it one step aside and say he had family issues while these details. Sure. Well, I think it was basically a decision made with. Party in concert with the party from what I understand he told them last week after he had referred it to the RCMP, and they discussed sort of a number of options. And I guess the central question that they looked at in figuring out how they run approach. It was can he survive this? And the feeling was from my conversations with sources in the party that if he did come clean, quote, unquote. An admit the details of it that that is something that he could rebound from. Whereas if the details were held back there would be a lot of questions because he is pretty well known. And it could you know, it would get a lot worse before it ever got better. And that would make something that he probably couldn't survive politically. Toni Collette, and he's also known for his prolific use of social media actually, hadn't looked Instagram account until this morning, but it's sort of goofy. It's full of what you might call dad sell fees. He's standing beside a lot of things a giant pumpkin giant apple? There are lots of pictures of him playing guitar. It's silly and self deprecating. What do we know about how Tony Clement uses social media? All good points. I would argue he's the probably the most prolific social media user in the party. At least the most well-known he has a pre big following on Instagram and Twitter understand utilize the power of social media everyday. In fact, my first draft of the speech was less than a hundred forty characters long. And he sort of figured out early on. I say this obviously with a grain of salt now, but how how to properly use those channels for communication in that he does it himself. He presents personality, and he engages quite a bit. See Hodge target power hash day, Canadian poli. That's what he was known for. I mean, he was all over Instagram. Like, you said the sort of self deprecating approachable image was projected by him. And it has been for a number of years. I mean, that's that wouldn't be a surprise to anyone in Ottawa. So it just sort of added to the irony of what happened. You know, it's interesting you mentioned before that. There's a sense that he might be able to move on from this, particularly if he is open about what what has happened. But is there a sense that there might be more here? Yeah. There definitely is. I think that is the sort of central part of what might affect his chances of moving on beyond this. I mean, it's there's almost this debate happening is he a victim of cat fishing or has he exhibited some sort of predatory behavior. And there is no evidence to back that up at this point. I mean, he admitted what happened with this one. Instance, there have been since then people who came out on those social media platforms. He so he's on all the time and publicly have said, you know, one of two things either. Yes, I'm a younger isg girl like in my twenties. And he was contacting me quite frequently on Instagram. And I thought it was weird. But that's where that kind of story ends. And then there's a. Hugh, others who have come out and said, no, I also received those kinds of images or or things along those lines. They have not. I mean, we have in corroborated that they have not produced those images as of yet. So it's there's a big question, Mark. But the discussion here is certainly is there another shoe drop is I know, for example, even within the party there are conversations about whether he was, you know, totally fulsome in in in describing everything that happened like if this had been going on for three weeks, and to this level where you were sending video are you sure this has not happened before he told them that it hasn't. But there I think everybody is sort of you know, a little bit hesitant to buy into that completely. Even interfere said, I take him at his word, and that's a pretty specific statement. Do we know anything more about the extortion attempt beyond the money that was asked for so I know that he says on the national security and intelligence committee, and there would be some obvious concerns around the information that someone on that committee would have well that is again, there are just so many questions about that. Because so he sits on this committee, which is a really unique committee in that the members which come from different parties have a very high level of security clearance. I think they've met something like fifty times. So they meet pretty frequently. And they talk about and are supposed to offer oversight on the most sensitive intelligence issues in this country. So all of a sudden, you have one of those members embroiled in some sort of, you know, cat fishing extortion scheme where he's being blackmailed. It's to the point where the Privy Council, so you know, very official body had to be made aware they had to brief the prime minister that blackmailing was involved. We don't know if it had anything to do with his. Duties anything to do with the country or his duties on parliament hill. We just don't know that to be truthful, but those questions are definitely being asked. And there haven't been a lot of answers. It's interesting sending news or videos. It's something that people obviously do, but I always have a hard time wrapping my head around. Why someone in this position would do this? You know, he's not the first holiday season to step aside after scandal like this. No, not that. I feel like I I don't know if you've watched Anthony Weiner documentary, but I have. Yeah. I felt like I watched that whole sake thinking why why why like I don't I I guess everybody. You know, I feel like everybody does do things that they regretted we all make mistakes. But it's dangerous putting anything like that on the internet. No matter how private you think. It is no matter how much you trust their person. So I I can't comprehend especially because he's also so social media savvy. It's not like it's someone who never does anything to do with the internet. Right. He's not new to the internet. No, I'm I also don't want to lose sight here about how serious this allegation of extortion is almost like a really hard thing to to pigeon hole. Right. If you want to characterize this event like is. He there too is there's almost two is to look at it and they're not necessarily mutually excuse exclusive. Like, he's he could have this exhibit this predatory behavior if a pattern actually with evidences is presented, but you know. He also could be a victim of a crime. It could be a bit of both. Basically, we don't know. Can we talk a little bit about Tony Clement the politician so up until this point what is he best known for? And can you give me a sense of his place in the conservative party? How how important is he he's important conservative MP? Tony Clement has been a staple of Tory politics for the better part of three decades. Definitely one of the more recognizable people in the party. He's run for the leadership twice unsuccessfully. Once in the last round, he ended up withdrawing because he couldn't kind of meet his fundraising targets, and then he ran back in the early days. He's held under prime minister Harper he held like fairly substantial cabinet pro royals, including I think he was minister of health minister of industry and president of the treasury board. He also ran for the provincial leadership the the PC party leadership years ago, and he was in government there, and he served like a myriad of ministerial portfolios. They're like health in transport, and I think he served under both my cares and Ernie's so he has had a long political. Career. He is. I mean, he's not the most prominent of all conservative MP's. But he is I would say like a recognizable face with the conservative party. And I can honestly say nobody would have seen this coming, and I should correct that nobody in the political arena because there are a lot of people on Twitter saying, oh, yeah. Big surprise. Like, he message me all the time. But honestly, the reaction around the newsroom, and everyone who was contacting each other as it came out among the political parties was really Tony comment. Like, he just he didn't come across that way. Sure. He was in scramming lot and doing things along those veins in that vein. But I don't think people really would have seen something to this degree. We heard from conservative Andrew Scheer on Tony Clemenza position to step back from a lot of his duties sheer called it a terrible apps in judgment. But also he said he was encouraged that Tony had decided to seek help. And that he wished him all the best in doing. So Gino journey more about what this help might be. No. That's what's so weird about this whole story is I've reached out to Tony Clemente uh. I I have not heard back. But I I don't know what help you need to. I'm not really sure is it marriage counseling is that. I don't know what treatment, you know, combat the idea of sending sending videos of yourself laying. I that connection has not been made by the conservative party or Tony Clement at this point. And I think as we move forward that becomes a big question to my understanding is he'll be gone for months. So I don't know what that treatment consists of and when he comes back, you know, what will he say about that? And what's the? The goal of the treatment not to send pictures anymore. Or is it? I mean, if you're undergoing marriage counselor or something along those lines like that makes sense, but they're not they have not been clear about that. Thank you so much. Okay. Thanks so much for having me. After she, and I spoke there were some dates to the story on Wednesday. Tony Clement left the conservative caucus at the request of opposition leader intra share. So he's no longer part of the conservative party right now. But he still remains an MP in a scrum. The conservative leader, explained wise. That this was an isolated incident since then there have been numerous reports of of other infants allegations. So in that in that respect, I've asked Tony to resigned from caucus you can respond to. And then in an Email to the global mail, Mr. Coleman acknowledged numerous interactions with individuals on social media, but he denied any harassing behavior. Writing quote, I've never sent unsolicited harassing messages effort. That's all for today. I'm debbie. Thanks for listening to front burner. For more CBC podcasts. Goto CBC dot CA slash podcasts.

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Californifying the Country

The Financial Guys

1:14:44 hr | 2 months ago

Californifying the Country

"Securities offered through proprietorships Mentioned lose nepotistic management or not affiliate people who i would love to have somebody on the other side. Explain to me why those elections were fair. And how what i saw with my own eyes dozen eggs. I'd like to have that honest debate. The sad part is you start off with an honest debate and immediately within the first two sentences. I'm called a nazi or racist okay. I'm tired of it so in our office. I'm gonna call it a conservative safe space. You want to come into our office and commiserate about the election feel free. We'll have that conversation with the wall. Say say what do you got. The financial guys podcast. But a couple of weeks or glad to be back. Thanks for mike and mike. We did their premier yesterday filling in for the guys and looking forward to listening to a lot of them in the future. they're hilarious. I really enjoy listening to likes bras. Mike affleck and there'll be a regular feature. They're having their own podcast right. We'll be out every single week. So and they're doing an after show as well right after the financial guys radio show. We're talking to kelsey kelsey here our producers talking to a wall. Yeah sorry so anyway. So yeah so the after. Show totally absurd over here looking over the cameras here. You idiots out. We have a producer and program observer. Kelsey cool helping us out today and Getting everything done so But yeah so. We got some new programs coming out new show coming out and of course we're going to be back here as well. We'll try to keep this. We've been just a crazy couple of weeks off to a great start businesswise for the year but of course this is not necessarily our day job either so You know having to focus back in the business is actually a good thing so Thank you for everybody that that continues to call the office and and come to your conservative. A safe space. I think the key thing here. So -servative space safe-space officers in rochester batavia and williamsville new york and down in south florida. Jupiter florida palm beach area. Those are a conservative safe places. That's right you can you can Spew your conservative values. You can come in and you can talk about how the democrats cheated and stole the election. We know his true. I love these two gasoline. Now there's no evidence whatsoever is if i didn't see things with my own eyes i mean it's like it's like saying the sky is green sky is green and the liberals they're going back to the sky is green. If you say it's blue you're a heretic racist. Nazi like what are you talking about. Who is it bushing. I'm not a bush family but i think name sophia bush or something. She's a celebrity and she said now the republicans should all they should just like. Okay stop it stop it. There are the republicans lungs burning down. The city's right now. The are the republicans the ones that burnt down seattle portland. Los angeles law New york city chicago baltimore now. They're not the ones that burned on the city. Stop it it. Needs to stop republicans not soggy brooklyn record but get a backbone. It's time to stop up. It's time to actually step up to these folks. They should have done it. Trump should have done it. I said a long time when they were burning out cities you send in the feds and it right there right there. They didn't do it right. What let him now seems to be the norm. Now it's like okay. Yup oh heavily police down. The city burned on the restaurant business. It's acceptable they're attacking attacking the police station rochester. We'll talk about what they should have done was what they did with the folks the capital which is actually gone after these people right now. So the people marched into the capital. Not not right. Burn some equipment. I think cnn and some other news organizations damage much though. I don't think it's still not right. You know they went house to house to house. You know all across the country to find these people which is fine. Do the same thing for the people that have portland on fire. That's seattle on fire right. They broke down the barriers to rochester zone. Screw you that's my property because if you're living in their your business was on there i mean if looking let me tell you what we defended. My business was in the economist. Like hell it is. Yeah i'd have gone in there with myanmar and whatever else it took and we would clean that place. That's what we have to do. I sadly i think as american citizens that's what it's probably going to come to because clearly the by the administration wants us. Here's kamala harris is their own words. They're not gonna let up and they should not. They should not stray vice president of the united states telling people they should not let up. They should continue to loot to plunder to burn to riot to destroy and rochester. They had a really unfortunate incident. I don't know the whole back story. You got more information on. I do that on it but all always chat always a bad situation nine year old was pepper sprayed the video by the way shows nothing about why the police officers are there. I do know it was some kind of a family argument where somebody else called the cops right. Poor little girl nine year old girl. I'm sure there's a long backstory to why this young lady was acting the way she was acting right and that goes back to when you look at some of these inner city schools right where they're actually almost zero chance now of you bettering yourself in some of these schools right no literally almost zero percent chance. They're not even going to school. Does very kids that need school the most. You've got city of buffalo as an example suing. So they don't go back. These are the kids right thing that the dads sperm. Oh the donor. The mom's a crack addict. They need to be in school. Not only that. They need to be school from from eight to three. They need to be in school from six in the morning till nine at night. Them off the streets. Get them someplace to live. Get them some competence and break the damn cycle. Break the damn cycle instead. They're going to go after these police. I'm not saying it was right to pepper spray and nine year old girl. But i think there's way more to it i will also say god bless you believes officers man but remember who's got your back and had your back for a long time right. Don't don't escort the health department into somebody's business. Stop doing that. Stop doing that because those people do not have your back. They will be the first ones to vote democrat to vote you out to fund you fund you to cut the size of your department and to throw you the bus because they have no idea what you're going through you know what look show the whole story and they can't channel seven by the way we did. A bunch of tweets do they. They totally lau stuff on the holy only lie doubt total himself by the charlie's is taking every no no investigative reporting whatsoever. They lie and say stuff. Hi lou wasn't it wasn't in the wrath building so he doesn't work right by by the way everybody in the wrath building if they were measured by the way they did that which is his card to building. Nobody wear to work than rats right. No not report. They just lie. They throw the story out there. Try never apologize. Never change it. and guess what. Now you've got half the mental midgets out there. Which is you know the dumped. You got the democrat party and you got about half of them who are just brain dead. Go okay you step on those and worked will never look at the research and don't care. The sad thing is shame on him. I asked him point blank online multiple times. Charlie asked you point blank. What other research did you look at to come to the conclusion that stuff onto because if it were me and i was doing a legitimate investigative report i would have talked to the receptionist i would have talked to security personnel. I would've i would've stuff i would talk. I would talk to co workers what i would've done. I would've taken the information. I received from obviously a left-wing person when the poland cars administration say okay. Yup what is their agenda on this. I need to verify this information. For example if somebody called us and said hey guys. Amazon is set to release a new rocket ship. That's going to revolutionize air travel as a result. They're going to be at five thousand dollars a share. You should go on the air and talk about that right now. We wouldn't go on the air and talk about that right now because we know he doesn't say well. You know what interesting report. Let me see if we can verify the information that we just received that. You're just telling us we're going to have to go to not one but multiple sources to verify the information to make sure that what we're hearing from the source as giving us that data is being sometimes. It's not just being truthful. Sometimes they just make a mistake. I mean we get information all the time when people are they interpret it wrong they hear see iran you know as an investigative reporter. Charlie you should be held to a much higher standard okay. We are paid programming. Okay we are opinion of just an opinion show right. we're not investigative journalists. Actually we do the research way more than you do. You took one data point of keycard access. Which is easily verifiable by looking at other things right looking at video surveillance footage about video that we we put showed. He never retracted. It never retracted. You never have and you never even responded to me go. Oh i see how you can see it that way. But i looked at somebody else cousin. Fifteen days a month look at it. You didn't look at any other data so he looked at key card data only and compared keycard cardin from poland cars to keycard data for stefan. Maybe it's the maybe maybe marks using his more because he shows up late everybody else shows up at eight in the doors. Open top guys. Though one of his one of one of his inner circle the appointed position political pointing was there one day or two days in like three months. Now i'm not a big poland. Cars fan am. I accusing that guy now showing up. Of course. we're not that guy stuff. And say i know he's there. I know i'm sure he's there. If he loses their there somebody would say hey. Where's ralph in awhile while you know look at you. Don't just not show up at a building like that for months and months and months. Well first of all on his face was ridiculous. The fact that you got called out on it though and you refuse to do anything about. It really shows your lack of integrity at holly. How about the rest of the media. Not calling him out right how about nobody doing investigative story on him destiny inside of look at how the hit piece on this discussed better charlie. Let's switch do you mind if we play the andrew closer to i do want to talk a little bit about executive orders to the the economy stop registered helping the richmond's talk about the place where money meets politics now. You know what we're gonna talk about some of the executive orders here people. Maybe i should sell my stocks. Well i'll tell you what i do. Believe the stock market is down in the short term. Not so much because the game stop. I really don't believe that it's funny. Because game stock. These stocks have gone up. So wouldn't that. Send the stock market higher and i know there's some concern about. I understand how i understand all that. But when you look at the executive orders that have been put into place since he's been in office and you look at the stock market. It's been a downtrend since biden's office. And i think that has more to do with long-term higher fuel prices. Yeah long-term higher wages which is gonna create and we'll talk more about it is climate control. What a freaking joke. Anybody who's grown up in new york knows that that's right. Well we'll talk about that. Because when i hear climate control and i think i'm listening to biden them thinking. Oh my god. This sounds a lot like california. It sounds a lot like new york and they've been total miserable failure so let's just real quick before we play the video. What happened in california and new york. What's happened in those places. I'll tell you what. I just wanted to think about it for a second folks when somebody asked you well. I mean thank god. We don't have trump anymore. Well all right. So now we're gonna we're gonna california california america. What does that mean what. What's going on in california. Well as real quick we got the highest gap between the rich and the poor the widest widest gap never country most amount of homeless most amount of homeless not by the numbers because people say well california's big. Oh no percentages percentages to me. Say for the weather. Yeah as there's caravans of homeless just the countryside west as the gold rush days right. You're gonna get the covered wagons. They're all in wyoming. I gotta get outta here. This is awful. I can't live in this place anymore. We're had last. They had the highest poverty rate. Because florida doesn't and now we spend a lot of time in florida doesn't mean there's not homeless homeless people all over the country and most of that is wellness. Yeah most of his mental illness died. There are people that get an unfortunate spots most of them nokia and you can get yourself out of that pretty quickly. There's a lot of work ethic to get out of it. Not to get off on a tangent but i tell you what we could do as a country much much much much better job and that is reintroducing these people to let him out of jail because well we happen is we have a revolving door ajar. I met a guy in tampa. Actually this guy was different. I just could tell he was different. He was on the corner of the street and he was panhandling. And you're just something different about this guy. He wasn't your normal panhandler. So i walked over and i never had a conversation with. And here's what he told me. It was kind of. I opening me. He was a good guy. I gave him twenty bucks. He was a good guy and he said look. Here's what happened because my wife and my son were killed in a car accident crash in one thousand nine hundred. I didn't know what to do with myself. I was just completely devastated. I ended up robbing an armored car with armed right. So i got busted for armed robbery and i went to jail and i just got out. Just let me out. And i'm like so now i don't know they just let me out. I don't know i've nowhere to go. But ngos says this like two thousand and nineteen probably last year. I guess two thousand and two years ago and and this guy just let about like okay. You're free which is great that he got out but now what now what i mean this guy should be. It should be like cooking guy up with social programs or job work. Somethin' programs that we should be right back on the streets drugs right. Probably do something with the children right. I mean do not for nothing but we're not training. These kids with skills and skill sets to be able to get themselves job a real position in life right so they don't have anywhere to fall back on a lot of these people especially these kids. That are not their fault. Are these kids. That are hands on. People are told they should go to some university and brainwashed by some left wing liberal. Who's never run a business instead of saying joel or rick or mary beth. Hey look at. You seem to be more of a hands on person. Let's train to electric or a plumber. You know auto body where we can't find. These people can't find anywhere in fact masons in in new york. This is a true story not going to say where when. or why. but there's a lot of amish people that get employed right. Yeah it's because they actually show up to work. It's they've got the skills to build up the work so that you've got people literally you've got people driving amish people in our in an hour out because we can't find somebody in the community yet. You have all kinds of people that are looking for job. I mean how could that be well. Here's why because the teacher. I hate to say this but the teachers unions and the college professor eight to say care about your kids. Let's take college professor before we get to teach for best college for a second outrageous. The soup to college is just for a second right when your child goes to college and they have spent forty grand a year and they're on their second a master's degree and they've got one hundred sixty thousand dollars in student debt and their major is social work which has an average earning about fifty thousand dollars a year. Do think somebody in the university would pull that child and family aside and say. Hey mary maybe this is not the right career path for you because really you know. The the top end is going to be like seventy. You're already in the whole one hundred sixty like somebody has to say that these kids it's the university's responsibility to pull some kids aside and say look at. You're never going to make this money. But they don't do that. Cost what we got a new master's program you should apply for it. I was just going to you the opposite they doubled exact mama website if the i fifty billion didn't succeed try again with another fifty right. You're taking these kids and you're putting them in such a a whole before. They have a chance to even go get a job because they're so far underwater with college debt and not. Where are these college counselors. What do you do about this. Not only is it a. Is it a career path that even if there was availability. Doesn't pay you a lot now. You have so many people that are going for the same degree. There's no availability so there's really a fifty thousand job right right and so this is this. Is this tops that offer here. Though you hear teachers federation to prevent schools from me opening now. The schools are unsafe. And i don't understand there are safe alright right. It has nothing to do with kobe. Away it has. It has to do with the fact that billy is twelve. And he's got a gun in his guest. That's the problem right. They never want to address. Surreal issues. this it doesn't matter what the graduation rates are. Twenty thirty percents forty percents. Whatever they are not matter. It's gonna get worse before it gets better. They could care two craps about the kids. Don't tell me that verse. All you've had a year to clean the schools. How how what. What do you mean do i mean. What is this cleveland doing right. He wants new air channel or a new this. And here's the thing. People in florida are in school. They've been in schools numbers. Bigger and better numbers are getting better. Not mass casualties dropping left. Interest rates are doing this in the state of florida. Right right the sad thing. Is that phil rumour buffalo teachers federation again. He doesn't give one whit about your children and sadly the people that are affected the worst by this are the people that don't have the of getting their kids to private school. That's why i think charter. Schools are so important. And i'm a big proponent of school vouchers. Let competition rule the day. The problem these get these parents have to put their kids in putting williamsville get an education problem but she's a nasty conservative republicans that are fighting for this which blows my mind. I mean the parents in the city of buffalo. First of all you know you have a group of people who are going to surround a police station because a nine year old got some pepper spray and inter inter. I not saying you should or shouldn't do that. But i the mazing to me that the parents in the city of buffalo the city of rochester. Pick an inner city. I don't care where it is. Yeah why are you not surrounding. The schools grind saying enough is enough had headquarters. We've had enough of this crap. It's been a year. My kids need to be in school. They need to. They need to break the cycle. I would have been surrounding the school years ago. If i didn't have the resources a my kid was going there. You better damn believe. Be fighting every single day to see those graduation rates. Go from forty to fifty to sixty to seventy. They don't do it. They don't care were they. Trump them all guys like you. And i don't called racists. Yeah that harold. Palladino spent his time Getting on the board running the campaign for the school board and was called a racist every single day by do nothing losers. That don't i also don't care and if they do care they don't know what to do so you're completely there you don't care you're console enough to fill the. Here's what the buffalo teachers what they want to be paid and not go to work. Yep that's what it is. I'm going to call it like it is right. I don't care if it's the buffalo teachers federation or the or the national. What is it. What's the national federation american federation of teachers or whatever whatever whatever it doesn't matter same. Here's what you here's what unions wanted. Some unions are okay not public sector. Okay if you wanna take down. Gm gm union guys. They have a brain in their head. They know how we can't push it too far. I think they kind of get it right because there's consequences the teachers there's no consequences right and the history of those unions by the way i'll defend the teamsters for absolutely teacher's union. I work the ups. Man i'll tell you what those those boys work. I still have nightmares a loading the texas truck. It was not fun for a bunch of years of college. I remember the reward sector. I worked harder. And they gave me a bigger truck now but teamsters. Uaw these private sector unions. There should be consequences. Alabama sorta screwed it up a little bit when he said well. Don't worry we'll just yell you out and you can screw the bondholders. However i will say to defend those unions they worked. And i'm not saying there's not going to work their butts off. Say this the most of them don't like the union in the in the private sector you can see the the correlation between good labor and good negotiations and the stock price right. The company survives. The company grows that doesn't happen in the public sector and we see that because the bubble loved the buffalo school system was a publicly traded stock at zero. It'd be game stock. It's on its way to one dollars share right. Why because graduation rates have gone to ninety percent of thirty percent right and they're getting worse right. They're getting worse now. They're telling these kids not what we don't think it's safe enough. We haven't clorox the floors enough for us to come back to school. Kids are coming to school bloodied and the kids are coming to school with dirty and bloody clothes at times and they're worried about covert It's it's really outrageous. That's right and again. I'm not impugning. Every buffalo schoolteacher. We have several clients. My mother worked in the buffalo administration. There's a lot of hard working and my mother did it. Not because she wanted the paycheck wanted to stay home. She did it because she loved kids and she did lot of special education. A lot of at risk kids. She did a lot of at risk program. You know teen pregnancy drug programs. She met a lot of those special programs trying to help these kids. There's a lot of people in the city of buffalo. That truly help these kids. Unfortunately you guys need to elect a better leader phil. Rumour is a garbage individual when it comes to protecting the kids and that if he might be the best guy in the world outside of the kids but what he's doing to the buffalo school kids and he'd be the first one to tell you. I don't represent the kids. I got hired to represent the teachers. On how are the teachers and kids interest not aligned. I have no idea clearly. They don't feel like they at some point. The parents of these communities need to stop. We need vouchers. A day needs at school voucher. And you could see how people don't get involved. I mean after charl went through. You got deny late it like if you're an outsider yourself to state removed him. Oh yeah he didn't get he didn't get elected off by the way the state came in and said you know what we think you're racist. They removed and elected position. Well that was started because he said something retail michelle obama and then and then they somehow they turn that into. He released some information that he shouldn't have. Now there's a board member in the town of alma and she just went on a three our almost four and a half minute rant about shame on you if you defended. Donald trump in not believing the results of the election. I've demanded for her removal. Yeah they're supposed to put it on the board meeting on february tenth. I would that both of my my right hand and my left leg that she comes out with an apology and hopes this is going to go away. should it should end. We'll go farther up and we'll we'll end up running into another whole string of liberals that will have to fight. Meanwhile karl just gets removed. Because he said i tell you what. It's not acceptable as a conservative. I am not going to be silenced. To say there was obviously election. I don't want to call it fraud or fraud. Wh- thousand ballots get dropped off at four eight warning. Here's the thing. I was told in places like michigan right that they sent home. The poll workers at ten o'clock at night yet. When i woke up in the somebody counted one hundred thousand ballots at four thirty in the morning. Now what time. Today come back. Well i don't the liberals excuse well it was a republicans. Wouldn't let them count the absentee ballots until election. Day blah blah who. They didn't call them on election day. They countered them in the middle of night ax. Day right second of all. Who was there to put them in the machine while in atlanta we have some video footage to see who was that. Put them in the machine. In fact they had a water main break. That apparently never even happened right. There wasn't a water main break. There's no records there's no here's a receipt from the plumber. Here's a damage. There was no water main break folk. Maybe a toilet backed up. I don't know there was no water main break so in atlanta. They said everybody home. Everybody hall we're all going home and then four liberal show backup next thing you know. They're pulled out suitcases from sales and they're stuffing ballots in the machines for the next several hours with no observers not following the protocol whatsoever. Obviously but again showed up at four thirty morning in michigan and wisconsin and they count one hundred thousand ballots and they all happen to be biden's votes. Everyone of now do look again. Look i am not going to be told that the sky is green. okay. I know what i saw with my own eyes. I'm not crazy. Neither you folks and so this is going to be going forward. Do you want to have this woke culture fine. I won't step foot in a starbucks again. Kiss my ass. Okay not doing it. But i'll tell you what on our side you are welcoming office. I don't care who you are really if you're liberal. You want to come in and have a debate coming our office. We're happy to have a free and open debate. You know why because we're confident in our positions. We know how to defend what we believe in. And i would love to engage net debate. I would love to have somebody on. The other side explained to me why those elections were fair. And how what. I saw with my own. Eyes does not honest debate. The sad part. Is you start off with an honest debate and immediately within the first two sentences i'm called a nazi or racist okay. I'm tired of it so in our office. I'm going to call it a conservative safe space. You wanna come into our office and commiserate about the election feel free. We'll have that conversation with faint. The wall safe safe call right. If you wanna come in and talk about by reading. She'll redo it anyway. Like people are lining up right. People are picking their sides. Now we are. We are getting more and more polarized right. Budweiser painting a blue stripe on their truck. Vast decide they've chosen nike decided they're going to side with the blm. You know a terrorist organization Today's sided with fortunately a lot of these publicly traded companies are siding with the left. Mainly i'm telling you folks they know who's going to give them the money of course either way. The gap between the rich keep going back to the will get bigger wider. Those publicly traded companies. Doing just that your mom and dad. Let's play that clinically deal. Yeah we gotta talk about this because all these all these executive orders that you put off your mic. Every one of these record by the way a record biden said i will. It is on unbelievable that trump would use his executive authority. Meanwhile he's in first day he's done more executive orders and i think it's like four five presidents combined more than that goes. I think it goes back like fifty years. Said he would never do that by the way so you would never do. He's khalid rely. I can't believe even the new york times calling him out on this but every single one of these folks every single one of these hurts. The middle class. Four hurts most americans in general. We're gonna tell you who it doesn't hurt that much. It doesn't hurt the rich much it'll help. The rich is certain cases. Let's go. Let's go through that. The first one i go through all of these because we would be here to go down. We'll talk about how the impact i just. I just start some so revoked. The permit for the keystone excel pipeline. Who's going to hurt. Who does that hurt. That hurt the middle. Class families word pipelines added hurt the super rich guy. Seventy thousand union jobs gone Now how about higher fuel prices. Let's talk about who had helps okay so now. If you're on the on the lower end of the socioeconomic scale let's say you're making thirty grand a year. Whatever does go higher gas prices. Impact you more or less than the guy make it. Three hundred the executive at the ceo at a. You know whatever it's gonna hurt the you probably both drive about the same by the way. Yeah so you can have a bigger hit to that. Maybe comforts maybe even probably much bigger. Yeah now a lot of times these these middle ground jobs are driving all around contract dry. Who does it how. Who does it help. how about this lower supply. We were told by the way that biden and his buddies. We're going to basically wipe out companies like on nasty. They were dirty. So guess what's going to happen folks. You're already starting to see money. Rotate now from some of the technology stocks to some of what i would call the old economy stocks. You're starting to see some of the old economy stocks move. Guess what lower surpri lord supply the bigger pricing models. An exxon chevron. Do you think let let me ask you this. If they're gonna make an extra quarter. Is it easier to bury that quarter and four dollars or two dollars way. Easier was a higher prices go higher margins so the higher the price of higher the margin a higher the now. Here's coffey Who's going to be on the way by the way Dirtbag kerry with his private jet. He said he's still so now. He's ahead of climate change. I thought i printed that. John kerry by the way ahead of climate change and they in families got the biggest private jet is that unreal even better legit and guess what i would bet my left arm now my right leg i think i the that the carey family has all kinds of exxon mobil style. Should they do on sure they do. Yeah so the rich will get richer. Because xm out john kerry by the way he recall correctly they propose putting windmills in the puget sound. Now john kerry has a mansion overlooking the puget sound. And so of course. It's like oh we can't have those would be unfair. I we ought to have those windmills where they have a bigger economic impact buffalo water for triumph working. We put windmill we. Should we locate those a distrust neighborhoods. That'll help them out of all those jobs. That were created this boat. That dirtbags phone is out of boston. So he could avoid the tax. Yeah unbelievable he's got a private jet. But who does this. Hurt folks seventy jerry union job. Higher fuel prices hurts millions of people that are struggling to make their utility payments right. Now how about this one. How about this. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go around here a little bit. Stop construction of border wall. Well let's see who's that going to hurt. Let's see thousands of people are coming in looking for your job. Let's see are they going to take john kerry's job. The biden crime family. Will they take one of their jobs. We'll probably not well. They take job at the clinton foundation. I highly doubt let replaced. jeff bezos. I highly doubt there'll be employed at the clinton foundation. I bet they're going to take your job if you're a lower income or middle income. Yeah right yeah. Middle class work at heart. the factor. Whatever you own a pool company and you're cleaning pools. Do you think one of them might be able to compete with you. Oh i think they. May i think sure. What if you're looking to get into the factory as you pointed out. Well you know maybe not. I don't think so now. We've got a whole new labor pool that's willing to work. Sorry about that. is that help. Help all low as it help. Lower prices labor. Yeah why do you think people like mark zuckerberg and some of these tech folks want to expand the H one at one. H one was that h. What was that like swine flu now. The hp one let's let's see what's what's the immigration like eight be one whatever whatever they want to expand the the immigration of bringing more cost labor right. They want they want pay a program or eighty thousand dollars a year. They wanna pay the guy from india while the twenty thousand dollars very labor now by the way. That's going to work on nancy. Pelosi's twenty thousand dollar refrigerator very labor. That's going to maintain proper right so nancy by the way in the pelosi family. And all you need to do by the way look at california californian. Ask yourself if they really wanted to fight this in california. These folks have the ability to write a check tomorrow and it will not even change. It'll change maybe like the not even the round off of their portfolios right. It'll it'll change the roundup. They could literally take the seventeen percent of homeless people. Build them all. You can eat buffet as right. You take them off the street. Tent city should not survive. If these people put their money where their mouth is right absolutely could in a second move about. Who is it going to help lower wages. I assure you by the way. I know some of them. Are you know well. Nancy is a perfect example of this property. Her property is being maintained by illegal. Immigrants or hair will be caught by illegal immigrants. it will be all lower wages for them. What it's gonna hit their bottom line and they'll end up better off every single so there's two policies to buy so for all the liberals i say well thank god that binds that are now. He's really gonna help the poor. The middle class really. What helps support in the middle class is is a is a rising economy right. The rising tide lifts all boats. And when we have energy independence and we have opportunities to drill for the pipeline for things like that those create good paying american jobs that are good quality jobs over the good quality union job. Seventy eighty one hundred thousand dollars a year for some of these jobs or more a great job. I'm laughing at the next. you'll appreciate this one. They had to do it because other democrats require ethics pledge for executive branch personnel require ethics. Pledge i pledge to not be a rapist that worked out pretty well right projection fact that you have to have an executive order and take executive action to require an ethics pledge. Did he take you actually longer. Sniff other people's wind and children. I will not let them touch my hairy legs. I do like them touching my hairy legs. But i won't do that anymore. I i'm thinking to myself and require an ethics pledge talking about what are you talking to you like. You're if every ceo in the country is unethical. You're bringing some. you're bringing spitzer. I'm assuming these are people that work for him right. The executive branch personnel i mean. Oh maybe i. These are people on his staff. I think ethics pledge from them. I wouldn't how that sound. I pledge. I'd love to hear that. I guess he's bringing spitzer back. I guess who's running this committee weiner as him. It might be a winner. So you got bill. Clinton you got weiner weiner may reemerge. You might have not talked yesterday about this. If you have not downloaded and watched the anthony weiner special When they when they follow his mayoral campaign do yourself. A favor is worth the dollar ninety nine or whatever it is to buy dunes. It is so if you don't know the backstory anthony. Weiner runs for mayor right after being discraced to congressman right so he decides to run for mayor of of no of course new york city because that makes sense right. So filmmaker calls. I looked to document your race and wieners. Like well this is great. You know really thinking it's going to be a good show. His you know his his grit side and the fact is coming back. This guy made. I mean i don't think took much effort but really it was like just showed how ridiculous this whole anthony weiner running for mayor was. They had the girl that he taxed in one of the girls show up at the restaurant he was at. They got sneaking. what do we do. What are we doing out the back door. Got behind the scenes. With whom is giving him a beating. Larry unreal to think always worth whatever. The cost is on i choose. I downloaded it. I haven't now permanently for life case movie. It gets that worth it. The anthony weiner whatever it was called just is but yeah. We'll bring spitzer back bring weiner back hell bring matt lauer back. He couldn't do much worse than the jen psaki. She's a jolting the whole team. Back to sake. We have a question. I don't really have an answer for that question. I have to circle back. What are you. i haven't asked the question. Yeah can you answer anything john. Are we going to be able to see. President biden. some point points. He actually going to answer any questions. Do really want to see him. Do you why you can't wait to see of cancer. And they're like they're just eating it up. Jen she's wonderful. You can't answer any questions. John rally john. she's wonderful. Yeah wouldn't show the answers restore collective bargaining powerful federal world. That'll be good yeah. Let's the bigger and bigger teachers federation. They need how. 'bout this will improve collection analysis of covid related data. So you have to have an executive order to ask these folks who are on your staff to improve data related to kobe. Honestly i think trump should have done that to be honest with you. I kind of agree with that one. Maybe president trump should improve the data collection. Right from the doubts i Dr burke said we're going to count everything even if they're not gonna do this cova the rule was would understand of. You're actually going to improve the data fry. All they're going to do is improve scaring the crap out of the most recent thing from from the. us dr birch's office wherever it was now if you die but you had cova within the last thirty days even had nothing to do with your death if today's what february second today today if you can call today right then you recover within two weeks. You're totally fine. And then you die in a head on car crash a week later cove in the last thirty days. They're counting that as a cova del because it gets even more ridiculous like this. Somehow you lose god back somehow you need to get a backup. So we can continue to scare. The headline flew down. Ninety percent shocking. Well the mass must. I didn't work for colbert and harsh and extreme immigration enforcement. Yeah you can't harsh like like like exporting Ms thirteen gang members. Yeah what do we need to run for office well. These ms thirteen game. I was by the the most vicious of vicious animals in the world. Right the just to give you a little bit of introspective on these five away. They'll be out with nobel instead back in new york city on long island. They put these gang bangers in these high schools middle schools with these kids. These guys literally chopped up a couple of teenage girls with machetes. The okay that's sickening folks. That's what ms thirteen does. And that's what advise go. We got to reunite them with their families. How are we to their families it l. salvador or guatemala wherever the hell they're coming from but look at it the way they will be in the public schools if the kids will be they were also long island public school with the kids. It wasn't a random act. kick them out. You can't kick outraged by the way you can't. You can't kick him out. They could end up right next to your daughter. That's where they sadly we don't he. He wanted he. Actually one of his first. Executive order was really small and the court came out and said oh no. You can't do that. They blocked thank god but he was about to release all of these criminals heart talking. You've no idea folks we. We are so privileged in this country as a nation not as a white nation as a nation. Whether you're black brown. Latino white doesn't matter to be in. This country is a privilege the opportunities we have in. This country is unbelievable. Some of these folks have come to this. Country are not coming here because they want the american dream okay. They're coming here because he wanted to exploit the american kindness. Now there's a lot of good people in el salvador guatemala places that deserve to be here. We want them. Some of ninety percent. Ninety percent of that ninety percent of the drugs are coming through that we were not going to dismantle the wall for. We want good immigrants who want good immigration. And if you you have you talked to legitimate person who's here. Legally from buttons wailer legally smell salvador legally from cuba. Or any of these other places they would tell you i had. I don't want illegal immigration because you get the worst of the worst Not the best of the best. The engineers and the doctors are not the ones swimming to rio. Grande folks okay. They're not the the. The legal scholars of el salvador are not the ones trekking for miles. Click into a top. The train okay. That's not how we're getting here right. Duct tape themselves to the drive shaft. Exactly i mean come on. Let's use our brains again. Legal immigration great great. Let's let's let's figure out a way to fix the bureaucracy so move. These people do the system quicker and get but i think you've got to go back to what we did in the nineteen fifties and that is your family responsible for you. You don't get access to public benefits until you're here. Whatever you w self sustaining on a learn english so you get a job here. Yeah how about this one and you're going to ask yourself. How is this going to hurt. The the little guy ask agencies to extend eviction foreclosure moratorium socio the landlords say. Well how that's going to hurt the landlords it is in the short term. It will absolutely hurt the landlords in the long term. And we talked about this on the show. I think you mentioned this. That result of this folks will be you will have to put a twenty thousand dollar deposit down to be able to rent a space because landlords are gonna say. Hey you know what we know. There's a high probability you're gonna screw us so we need some security to be able to do that. You're also going to have less building going on. That's why would i build a building when you're gonna live here for free. I'm not going to take that risk. You'll have all the result of this will be exactly what we've seen in california. Which is people not being able to afford to live in a spot. that's right and then they can't figure out why their homes so this'll be. It's gonna take a little time for this to work. Its way through the system but at some point a year down the road. Two years down the road. Yeah by the way. That's the damage of liberalism right. We talked about that the day joe biden wanted people off should sell stock stuff cancer. Just slowly work. Its way through the system and then you go wait a minute. How why did the homeless go up across the country by ten percent. Oh well it's because they they. They said this vision foreclosure moratoriums out and landlords couldn't afford to be able to have the buildings anymore so they cleared these people out and now they've got either vacant properties are cost seventy five thousand dollars renner space to bed can't can't afford it. It'll it'll slowly itself into the system. The sad thing is in california especially is what's happened is you have exactly that right. You have apartment complex. That people are living the landlord evangelist. As you know what. I can't do anymore. I don't have put the building up for sale guests. Who is it. Mark zuckerberg does mark zuckerberg. Oh hey guess. What i got free read for everybody. I'm a billionaire. Could he could. He could totally if talking about jury hillians of dollars go up ten city which is so disgusting. Yeah that somebody like a sucker brook. If really wanted to fix it. He could walk there. Shut day yet. Write a check which literally could be like point. Zero zero. Love is not right he could say i'm building five or six hotels here. Everybody lives for free now. We all know the result of that will be more people coming and ten city will set up here and the problem will just get bigger and bigger. And did he do nothing no he. What he did is he bought a whole block. He leveled a giant up china's state so he took the housing great. Now i come by way. I'm just going to bulldoze again. Bigger that here what we liked this matter. He does what they do what they do. This launch an initiative to advance racial equity and end the seventeen seventy six commission for those of you know it's a patriotic education right. It's all about learning our history and growing from our history and understanding your. They don't want that. They don't want that when you do that. When you change. History ended up repeating history. Which is ultimately. What's going to end up. Lets you want to switch. I don't worry we'll do more of that by the way on saturday. We'll through some of the executive orders. Let me let me just say this actually before we get off that specifically when it comes to what biden is doing with climate control for those of you that watched this and listen to our podcast. And you're in new york whether it's buffalo rochester syracuse. You know how this game is going to end right. This game is going to end with windmills. That don't work that the game is gonna end with vacant warehouses that were supposed to make solar panels for roost but ended up not doing that. It will end up with billions if not trillions of dollars being pissed away on projects that we were promised. We're going to work. But don't we've seen it in california we've seen in new york. It's no different. A playbook is no different it is zero different or also going to be higher fuel prices as going to crush. That's going to crush a lot of lower income people. We didn't talk about this but they're also increasing the minimum wage. And when you want to go congress right well. that's not passed. I mean he wants to but not if they go to it in. I think it's already phasing in it By how the next to fifteen phased goes like ten fifty or something. I don't want to push the fifteen. They wanna push it to fifty eight. Let's just say they get this through right if you wanna talk about the the advancement a robotic mcdonald's and you want to see that happen fast. Which again who's that going to hurt you. And i when we were growing up all my buddies worked at some kind of a place like that right and then they learned skills. You learned how to deal with people deal with managers. learn how to be told by people. Hey this is how i wanted done. And i needed done by ten o'clock right those jobs and by the way some people. I remember a buddy of mine that i went to high school worked at a fast food place and he went to college but he ended up moving his way up and now he's like an executive director of a bunch of them right. I know what you'd call that. But he's making good money. I mean he's. He's not flipping burgers anymore. He's in charge of everything. Right never would have had that opportunity. Try if they were robots that were running the shop in the beginning. He didn't have the chance to walk his way. And they're in fact. We know a lot of people that started at those places but the owner. And i still by the way talked to the odors of a place i worked at when i was fifteen years old work there through college every once in a while still talk to them reach out to them and say what do you think about this right on. The stuff i learned from there wasn't about the show. I'll show how old i was. I was like three sixty five an hour when i was working there for like three fifteen. Yeah the guy. When i left it was like five. Fifteen or five fifty an hour and i was running the whole place but it but it shows you the people that you can meet there and in fact. I'm at gordon through that you know so. We actually started huge companies. Based on the knowledge i learned from an owner of a company that introduced me to a friend of his company whose another business owners and other business on it right. I do those connections. If i wasn't able to get into that place. Would i be where i am. I don't know. I don't know but getting my foot into there. And that doesn't happen if everything changes to being robots try a job market will look very very different happen. Got what the people that own those places are going to get richer. The people who own those publisher. I'll use mcdonald's as an example. I just want you to think about this. Folks they wipe out all the lower level jobs are all robots. Who's gonna make money out of that. Well i would bet mcdonalds makes more money out of it. What the people that. Oh mcdonald's stocks. They're going to make more money. Probably get right. Who's who's gonna get her lower level people jeff single time. The other thing with those jobs also teaches you what you don't wanna do. I used to always tell me this is why i wanted to go to college and stay in school because if you wanna work the machine for your ledger lifelong career then you drop out of high school and that's what you do right or you go get a traded learn skill by mommy's teasha to but used say you know it's just important understand why you're in school so that you don't have to work that kind of job for the rest of your life and you know to teaches you like. Oh wow this just sucks like this is a tough job and it's now want move up or at your working at a place and you're seeing it differently. Hey look at. I would do this differently if it was my place. One of the things that we have in our offices profiteer right totally believe in that the place i worked at in college did have profit probably a big profit sharing it was just shared at the bar at the restaurant at the god bless sunday ran the car work there. They had the right to do what they wanted to do. But i always thought jeez. What if they had profiteering. And i moved up. I might have been in that system. You might say look at. This is an okay so I we did things differently. That's okay. I learned from that. I learned from that situation and be able to grow and start my own comes. Home depot was started. Home depot was started in recession bunch of people the worked at a retail shop. And said i think we can do this. Better recession hit. They lost their jobs and they did it but he did it. All these executive orders. Oh dozens of them literally. Dozens of them in every single case hurts. The poor and the middle class doesn't hurt the wealthy. Yeah so if you think like oh he's gone out to every. Single one helps the wealthy in most cases right almost every single every single case almost every single case every single executive order hurts the poor in the middle clever time every single time. Single time leader in the this guy. The dong doctor soccer here though we play a little bit of him. He's a peach this guy he should be fire. He should have been fired as komo's either they're just there. He's he's he's right. Hand man about three minute clip but we will not make the whole three minutes komo honest to god. He is such an ass. I don't know how else to say. I mean he he needs to be if you vote for this guy again. I don't know what to tell you. These areas friends of over this guy would just smack them upside the head and say what do you think of these aggregate. He's incompetent and now he's got four to one and the redistricting state is done. You're actually it's this is. This is dr soccer beef over by the way the democrats that are getting into new york state are not the old school. The communists are communists. These are fully lit a card carrying member. Communists that's what they are. A rumor has it that they're going to re district Aoc out of territory. They were gone. Well they're gonna be she's going to run for the senate and go after chuck. Schumer i was. I hate abc. But i hate chucky more. I would love to see her takeout shock and and his career. Well put him into retirement thing. She's scary though. Even she she makes chucky conservative. she's nuts. i actually agreed with came the game. Stop as were screwing the little guy in that case. I don't think you know when you start getting into market manipulation stuff just not going to have an address tabby yeah. That's a whole different. Joey showed their hold on of these hedge funds and how they can control. It's not good and hurt and stay fit by the way. Don't try to play the game. Don't like hey. I'm going to hop on a go for the ri- just go do something else. Just stay away go go go by softbank playing and fire. Yeah it's get a scam going to the craps table that don't do it. This is This is what price week. These are the craps table you get. Free drinks exactly barrio. We've been transparent Number of nursing home deaths that were reported in the facility. We've always said those in facility deaths and we've also said they're having a facility. The best party goes well. We've been working on this since august. Lie how seriously right. You can't just figure out where people died. How hard is first of all first of all the allies because they give us the daily. Tell you about homer did he. Do you know exactly who died. You know exactly when they died. Yep and by the way everybody's been asking you folks numbers it takes by lawyer shared out get glennon. I will come in. But within an hour or two. We'll have it all auditor for you. Yeah deaths back in august. We said that we get the legislature. The number and muggy working on that we're working then -ticipant of budget hearing which is also okay. Maybe call by the saw. The attorney general report decide that we need to finish it up quickly you get these numbers out. gi starbucks. I the attorney general. Who happens to be a democrat. Jolly yeah so latisha. Let's see james latisha. Latisha calls them out and miraculously the august. They've been asking us. He's like well. We'd be getting the numbers together since august really because you've been scared the shit out of everybody daily on a daily basis with those numbers but now miraculously when they hurt you. You couldn't find them now latisha good for you. Latisha hatsaw shop. I know you want to be governor gulf war it go for it. Listen if you're gonna hold people accountable but we just want the truth and the honesty. I tell you what though the cnn suddenly turned on komo headline was passover. The headline was. What was the headline. This idea may not be. His performance may not have been as stellar s before. Yeah really. I thought it was drew. Komo's covid nineteen performance may have been less stellar close. Close close last dollar less stellar. We say this since march at sea we came out with the march twenty fifth. I still have it in my office. The march twenty-fifth edict from zucker. And komo that said nursing homes must take covert positive patients from nursing homes. And we're not allowed to test them even if they were symptomatic. We you put them with the most vulnerable. We suffered two months. We bashed you about that. Finally in may go. We'll change the policy at any like it didn't happen tonight completely. You did this. you begin. Maybe highest death rate the media your your response for part of these deaths to your responsible. We you send it all to you. Know picked it up channel to channel david. Kenny picked it up. Had the mainstream media actually did your job and portland. Put more pressure on these guys. They would have reversed it like that by the way they were able to. Just walk away and now by the way. This is twelve months later and again. I'm going to use this. Because they deserve it. The mental midgets on the left when they throw this stuff out twelve months later. It's like it didn't happen. It's okay no no never happen never happened. No problem the election's over now no problem. By the way the timing of it's perfect because it allay beckett by the time cuomo ron's will be on to get education and building bridges. Charlie should take an internship under dave mckinley. You might actually learn to reel investigator. David as far as i the only one in town. That's actually investigate. If you have an agenda as an if you're an investigator reporter and you are hard left or hard right. If you have an agenda you're not in the right business. I mean you're you should be looking at things and try to get to the bottom of the truth. I guess you don't get a job though if you do that. Now dave's grandfathered and no offense debut is a very important point to emphasize. Is that the total number of deaths does not change all number and we put that down to misrepresent. That number actually is factually inaccurate. And so in the report. When when i saw the That was the turning that when they said there was under county. That's just factually inaccurate. Oh no it's. I noticed that they said it was under counting of nursing home data so total still say if andrew throws a bomb into a building and a thousand people die. Is it accurate to say that. If he didn't throw the bomb into the building a thousand people wouldn't have died. The answer's yes right. So the argument here is not that you don't have the right somehow. Miraculously have the total count right. But you can't do the forensic math to figure out if they actually left a nursing home with coal that and came back to the nursing home we could figure that out pretty quickly right pretty quickly you know dimmed by the way these nursing homes hate him. They hate andrew cuomo but they're scared to death of him just like everybody who owns restaurants are scared to death of. I mean this is really communism at its best you nursing homes grow aback. Gross fine grow a set and start to go out and tell the number the real story i know you. Haven't you've called us. I know you have these stories. Start to go out and share. The real story petrified him. Afraid they're gonna come in and they're gonna lose their licence health department. They'll be there tomorrow right. This is joe. Komo's the best though. When he comes on he goes. You know these this is what the cdc's said we're just following the directives again. Only five states in the country. What the cdc said by the way though that's a lie that's a complete lie by cuomo. What the cd said was nursing homes could take right in covert patients if they could have the right facilities to keep them quarantine than separate. There was no cdc edict that said you must take covert positive patients. That was all kobo kobo. Got the letter. Governor wolfram that letter by the absolute shot. That's for sure we should. We should frame that yup absolutely make poster size. Yeah so you've got a new york. Pennsylvania new jersey michigan and california. I think with five states runs five states five or on it governors right that can't think for themselves that took the easy way out to say. Well we'll just let me tell you. What a leader actually does i on a leader takes it for mation. Multiple sources makes their own decision as to. What's the right and by the way down to florida with more people. Yeah lot less tasks older people other people by the way. The older communities are more congested. Older people live in in condos right in florida right but even said this. Santa said by the way. I don't know what they're doing in new york. I don't need your advice andrew. Thanks for keep your book to yourself. I'm not taking sick people in nursing homes and putting them all together. I have the common sense not the do that. Think about the living situations. Oh and florida you just nailed i think about all the condos and all the high rise is all. We don't have that in new york. There's also new york city apartment. Look you have in florida you know. How many communities in florida. You can't live there unless you're sixty years old. That's right that's right. Yeah what is it in the middle of florida whereas the villages village villages. Yes thank you villages. There's like twelve trillion people there over the seventy and by the way we have clients. That told me. Hey they're all getting together just doing party. Animals you see a storm surge keg stand in the villages in the middle of the pandemic they hit a gulf trump rally carlaw cartwheel thousand people. Miraculously the numbers are better. How could that possible. How could that well they. Didn't you know sick people next to elderly people. Yeah well and and you know what they let. People live their lives and a- and the proof is is that by letting people have their lives and letting their immune systems out and doing what they need to do way safer than locking people in a room and locking people in a in a in a in house for sure so sad sad and he wrote a book that unfortunately he forgot that the virus was still going on and so he was putting the he was putting chapter twenty together when he should waited for chapter thirty to really get some again. He'll walk into office and they have done an unbelievable job of putting communists into place. People are the democrats are scared to death of him. The democrats are scared to step out and say anything wrong against him because their these lot of these democrats by the way on restaurants and own stuff to their friends. They're just all petrified of him. He'll walk right back into the bully. Keep going curated and so in the report. When when i saw the that was there i said that when they said there is under county. That's just factually inaccurate. No one wanted to get that out now. She said it was county. And all these presentations you can trust however you want number reputation to report out there and we wanted to be sure that those numbers react. He'll get thrown under the bus to the mafia just truck of a car so for the remember the context here remember the can't work. This is my favorite affirmed. Everything the commissioner said where the starts. Ah is latisha james democrat. Frankly a political tall now. Mike caputo this federal administration. Hhs a spokesperson michael computer. Actually the attacks started governor before. Michael computers even pointing. Because i know why because these two guys right out of the gate we were the very first ones folks. We first news outlet if you wanna call news outlet but we were the first commentator or anyone without any sort of public platform at all. Only we were first to come out with this letter. We were the very first agency. Whatever you wanna call us company senator other mainstream. Yup we every see. We said at a two four and seven. I talked mckinley in the also. We're still trying to corroborate. I said i don't need cratia putting it out there wednesday night in may and remember exact date. It was a wednesday specifically. We put that out there. Wednesday night in may. It wasn't until thursday or friday when new york post finally picked it up while they were already working on it and they got it out there so melissa had nothing to do with. Michael caputo nothing whatsoever. In fact michael caputo. I don't even recall him talking about nursing homes or anything like mike was working for the federal government. Not focused on you andrew. How he was focused on on a plan for trump right. That's a whole different arguments. A whole different show we. I will say this though might be very proud of yourself because of this moron is mentioning your name. That means that you did something right. You are living around free and his head you. You've probably saved lives at some point. God bless you. That's totally untrue. Though it's not true it's true. We were bashing him as the new york post earth. Data's the address the real the real attacker here. Latisha james. Your attorney general. That's who's going after you. She's rubbing to do it. Mike caputo just blows it off the numbers being undercut stature. The media is not true at all here andrew. Can i little more dog food. You just give me a little more treat. Just one more treat andrew except for jimmy. Jimmy jimmy anybody. Did anybody find out whatever happened. Jimmy some of these intros jimmy. We did all these. That's that's a good one two we got a you remember. Remember that did it already. Yeah girl working at my impressions. Which i like my john kerry windmills off the pubic saw. It would be wrong to take advantage. We should be relocating these poor and underdeveloped communities they can enjoy the view of the whirling turbines kelly birds and they're all neighborhoods that very rarely world when they do. They are spectacular. We just paint the the blades tree colors and leave colors trees and it wouldn't. It never moved. There's gonna sit there. You want to see some you dress up like a tree can go duck hunting. That's why i do actually think twelve. Oh man just documentary. Those things just catch says that's right. Yeah i don't know how. I think there's a proper way to clean those things. Probably not suffering. I'm right in the middle. And how not roger stone protege radisson more nursing home deaths in new york because of something that the state health department did true true. This report affirms everything the commissioner said for the past year yeah. The state department of health followed federal guidance. Really by cms and see the forty five other states did not right. I wanna make clear by the way this guy. Cms said though this is really important. What the cdc. The was guidance guidance first of all. That's right guy leader but what they said was if the nursing home is equipped to quarantine and take on covert patients than they could go ahead and do that and that is not know his letter said you must must take them. We re post that by the way back there. Sure as a as a yeah we show. We'll do today. Yeah that's not there today. no doubt i have. I have a hard copy of it. 'cause they removed from everywhere. They took a picture. If it didn't exist. This liberal the we actually had to take the copy down to our south florida office to barricades right just to be sure to keep that left with with a suitcase with one format one. Four check ahead. You checking that in. Nope no way man. Commissioner said no not for profit nursing home was forced to take anyone yesterday. Were report confirms that profitable person who was not who they could not care for a covert positive person. They violated the law so the drug so the letter. That use is just the letter that you better if he was retainer. That's real the trouble. If you took nursing you force them to and then you came out and said they you were you or not allow if you took a nursing home patient. That was kobe positive. That's your fault right. You're looking at the letter. The letter of the mark of a good leader. Say the governor's state of data. Because you know what. I made a mistake early on. I should never close the beaches. I should ever close the boat. Ramps up we obviously made a rash decision. It was early on the pandemic but knowing what we now looking back. That was a huge mistake. I won't make that mistake. And how can i support you by the way you nursing homes. There's a lot of people that all this is a business for them when you ask by the way why. This stuff is so costly. It's all government regulations. People want to get into the business of being in the nursing on business because of this bag here. That's exactly why they don't want to so when you ask. How is it possible that it costs fifteen to sixteen thousand dollars a month to put someone in a nursing on there right there right there and you don't wanna have to. He'll he'll say you take these sick people back. In and then the nursing homes get sued and then the nursing homes got pay these big lawsuits outright and guess who throws him under the bus. That guy in florida by the way nursing homes cost about one half one half to two thirds of what they cost. Well they must all be rotting out in the back on the back. Lot these nursing homes do you. When we're i'll have to check that out when i'm down in south florida time trial. Just drive around the nursing homes and see how many are just sitting back. Yeah lee mountain right up horrible. They try florida. They had some issues to florida. We had a hurricane sadly and and they lost power one of the facilities. And i think it was like eight nursing. Home residents died because it was too hot. And it's terrible tragic scenario and right after that governor santa's came out and said okay executive order now every nursing home has to have a generator. Generator has to have enough gas supply to be able to cover it for For multiple like three or four days or something like that that makes my guess is he probably wouldn't have had to do that anyways because in the future. I'm sure as you're putting your mom and dad into a nursing on one of the questions would be generally a backup generator. That was a sad scenario. Let me try this time. Probably wrap it up. I want to just get to the rest of climate Keeps keeps timing out. So let me see if i can get. We'll wrap up with mr cuomo by the way if you need us throughout the week like facebook follow us on twitter and our website. The financial guys dot com. That number stays the same. Well people who were in people who were transferred from the hospital back to a nursing home because they were forced to that number the department was correlating because get that from the nursing homes and the report also says the information from nursing homes is often incorrect or well. You've been working on since every body else's fault about nursing homes it's cms guidelines. It's the federal government. It's michael caputo. So how roger stone. God i don't know what he did but talking about you. Did this doctor soccer. You did this. That was yours. Look at your doctor your doctor. Your doctor should sit handy not a good idea gonna not do this. A forty hour guy. I want to stress. This forty five other states didn't do this. This was not systematic across the country was not like every state governor did this and every state governors point to donald trump. You say it's his fault federal government. i get it. That's what happened here folks. Five states run by five lunatic liberal governors like governor wolf and pennsylvania. Governor kobo governor. Whitman kelly in michigan gavin newsom california. And whoever it is. I can't take jersey governor but did you governor murphy by the way did you we. Can you play the stories that all about this on two four seven this week. Did you grab yeah. Let me see if i got out. I guess generally gets away with it by the way. That's absolutely zero. Zero journalism zero reporting. The news is completely fake. It's disgusting. It's tearing won't hear this except for the financial guys. And maybe dave mckinley on channel right and and and parts of wb. And that's it every here. That's what set if two four seven called him out if the siracusa news in albany news and they started calling him out it would be a different day. They want this is to me obvious. It's painful anybody who did any type of journalism would say. Hey andy here is your ladder. Here's channel seven spec signature. Here's your ladder that you sat right here. That says they were forced to do that. Real easy to break the story. The new york post will be the only one of doesn't respond on it. Because i've been in your office. I understand how you have cameras. But it'd be the last time. Charlie that's going to be invited back. Yeah look again. I don't mean to beat up on him. A we desperately need journalists. We really do more than ever than ever. You need to be holding these folks. I don't know what else to say. That's your job. Your job is not to be the propaganda arm and the lick. The boots of whoever the governor is. That's the democrat is going to give you some crumbs here. I mean you act like a bunch of groupies like a bunch of schoolgirls like what's the matter with you. People do some real reporting. He made a huge mistake that mistake that he made cost new york state a lot of lives. Thousands of lives right. New york state has the highest death toll in the country from covert new york. State has the highest percentage of death from cova the country. Those numbers don't lie an only five states in this country. Did what new york state did new york. Pennsylvania new jersey michigan and california forty five other states like florida. Didn't make that decision and as a result has a lot less dust that new york has and by the way what what do we stop counting cumulative because if we were offered like the flu. Aren't we flu death. One million years. What are we at now way more than that now we. We're going to continue. This account is going to be over. Twenty twenty four. We got one million four hundred thousand eight hundred sixty two. What does the clock reset is a year or is it just continued to go and the fluid got by the way it goes. It goes until people start to rebel. Which doesn't seem to be the case. They're just going to wear masks and be happy. By the way we talk about. Investigative reporting people are leaving new york. 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The Myth of Sex Addiction and the Science of Sex with Nicole Prause

Factually! with Adam Conover

1:09:01 hr | 1 year ago

The Myth of Sex Addiction and the Science of Sex with Nicole Prause

"One of the hello everyone. Welcome to factually. I'm Adam Khan over and here's a story you've heard before a famous man gets in trouble for cheating on his partner. Of course he doesn't WanNa look like jerk in the press though. So here's what he does. He comes out and says no no no. I'm not I'm not a jerk. I'm a sex addict. See By using the language of addiction. He's able to medical problems. Seek treatment and absolve himself. Rikers is not just an asshole. He had a disease. And here's the thing if you've got cash there's a network of scientifically dodgy sex addiction centers. Who are waiting to help you. Launder your reputation. We have seen this story play out again. Time and time again in the press. Just Take Anthony Weiner today the example of one famous Dick The Truth About Sex Addiction. Though is that it isn't really an actual medical thing that look of course it's possible to have sexual behaviors. That are bad for your personal or professional life right. You can totally fuck up sexually in a way that is damaging and it is quite possible to want to seek help with that but if you look in fact scientifically at the way addiction works in the brain. Sex addiction doesn't really measure up instead of people addicted to say drugs or smoking or gambling. Their brain activates very quickly when they see a picture of what they're addicted to give an addicted brain accuser. It's addiction it. Just lights up but when you show as opposed sex addict or porn addict the thing that they're supposedly addicted to their brain. Reacts Pretty Normally another sign of Addiction? Is Something called? Esscalation for something to be addictive. It needs to be more and more addictive over time so in the case of drugs you start with a little bit and then you need more and more until you work your way up to. What could be a lethal dose? In some cases but in porn studies have shown no evidence for escalation in terms of the time spent looking at it or a slide into more and more extreme content. So it's no wonder then that the American Psychological Association and the World Health Organization have rejected sex addiction as a clinical definition. Six suggestion just does not seem to be a real thing now as a society we are sex obsessed but this misunderstanding about sex addiction is just the sexy tip of our ignorance. Iceberg sex is a foundational part of our humanity but our conversation about it is often shrouded by superstition and pseudoscience and senseless moralism. The fact is that despite its centrality to our lives. We don't know that much about sex at all. Well here today to tell us more about the new frontiers of sex science. Our guest today is an honest to God sex scientists. Her name is Nicole prowse. She's a PhD in currently a scientist with libra. Now I want to say we did our very here to have an inclusive conversation about sex but I want you to be involved in that conversation. 'cause I'm always trying to do better in that regard so please hit me up on twitter. Let us know how we're doing and with that said Hey. I really hope you enjoyed this conversation. It was a really fun. Please welcome Nicole Browsing Nicole. Thank you so much for being here. Thanks for having me on. So you're a SEC. Scientists sure confident about it. I go by many names. That's a good one. Okay what what else are you called? Technical is sexual psycho. Physiologist said. That's an umbrella for the psychology and physiology kind of joining those fields together psycho physiologist cool and you work for a company called Myself Libro. I'm very sorry your company's Got Lieber as and you told me just before we started recording. You do what sexual biotech now. What the Hell is that? That's very intriguing. It's a sexy our way of saying sexual psycho physiology. Okay okay the yeah. Most people don't know that term so kind of sexual biotech nays. Broadly what we're doing and It's maybe less sexy than that makes me. Yeah I mean I just start. My mind starts spinning with like science fictional ideas like like Nanno boss and make you horny or something like really well wait. I made that one of the things we'd worked on is like Patterns of Automated Genital Stimulation for an orgasm steady. We were working on and the question is what is that like. Why does an automated pattern? That would work for men and women to such thing exist and it turns out there no data on that so we had to do some piloting and that involved automating vibrate around the genitals to figure out how to how to stand cheat that response so there are people so i WanNa get the day to day a Sec Science. You got a vibrator and you got control. Group is getting one kind of pattern absorbs and then you're some people are getting. Some people are getting or what? That's what I want you to think. Most of our day programming school analysis but the fund as our yes like piloting bringing in poor friends pilots who are willing to let them up in non-threatening ways to try out different things that were so sex science you. You said you don't have you didn't have data on that particular thing. You were looking for a SEC. Science understanding is it's kind of weirdly undercover topic. Yeah we have all kinds of challenges and getting our work done and so we're a very thin on some areas of development and how to test things especially in the high arousal range so that's kind of anything beyond a few minutes a porn. We don't have a lot of data four in the lab. Now why is there so some of the challenges are political especially in the US? We have Groups that openly oppose us and try and stop our work For example the primary funding group in the US is the National Institutes of Health And there have been five grants brought before Congress in the history of the NIH all five or six grants. That is these grants that were awarded in Congress trying to take them away because they didn't like the H. Was funding anything to do with sexuality so as thin as the funding already is near our grants can be taken away from us just because of the content area that we work on and so those are kind of solid institutional barriers. That obviously if you have no money you can't get work done. And there are lots of protests as well so near the. Us Is a Christian nation and we have lots of religious groups that oppose what we do. And there's a lot of Christians in the nation I wouldn't I wouldn't call it a Christian depending. Yeah how you WANNA slice that But they're certainly very vocal and very influential or you know. We have people who feel very strongly about sexual values and so we're we tried to reduce our bias and Investigate things from a scientific perspective. But it's impossible not to step on someone's toes with almost anything steady in that domain. And so you know we regularly are getting threatened and everyone wants US fired from wherever we are just. It's a tough place to get good scientists to work because you know if you're an excellent neuroscientist and you can go into depression where there's a path and there's funding and it's a known quantity or you can go and have to fight your way for the rest of your career to even be able to do your research. If you're excellent. You have a choice. Where do you go? Do you probably go to less resistant path. Where you're not going to have to fight that fight everyday. It occurs to me that you know of the types of scientists. We've we've had on the show sleep. Scientists all different just trying to think about stuff with the human body often they're university affiliated and and you know but come to think of it. I'm like well it almost tracks for me that you're An independent operator Doing this research opposed to hear from USC. Today is there. Is there also institutional barrier with those big research institutions that like? Maybe don't want people jacking off in the science lab absolutely. I wasn't academic for ten years. Actually and I came here to work at Ucla in psychiatry and that was my kind of a decision to transition out entirely and not to try any more academia was we tried to get a study through to study orgasm in the lab and the Ethics Board will allow us to buzz the genitals we could put a vibrator on them and like Buzzer for a few seconds. But we had to promise they wouldn't need Jackie late and we can try. It doesn't sound like much of an orgasm. Yeah well so if you want to study that process this a no go like. We have to let them do that. Ethics Board wouldn't allow it through and for not giving any good reason that we could discern another university. Science isn't supposed to be this much fun. All right. That was kind of what we can blue balls. This we draw the line. What if you go to the ethics board like Like a jilted fifteen year old boy like oh no come on. It's dangerous if you if you don't comb it could be bad for you like on the myth too late. Sorry guys. That is a myth. You can't use that argument but so you went into the independent world. Yeah and so I still collaborate with universities you know I love scientists and we get along really. Well it's more the Kind of deans. That our hand wringing and worried you know what their donors are. So I. Yeah. We still have oversight Same oversight they of ethics view that any university research has just collaborate with them and I think those universities are happy to have the orgasm. Study AT SOME WEIRD INDEPENDENT LAB IN L. A. That's not us. It's not happening on our campus. There's just the little it's like. The science version of like the little curtain in the back of the video. Rental store is the adults only. It's like just a little bit separate so Mama Deck and still shop in front but like if you want the good stuff you know what function and it gets. The work done. Must go but this other. It's hard to get that research done because sex is like such a fundamental part of human life. I mean we I would. Is it the case that we understand a lot about eating and breathing and sleeping but a lot less about sex in many ways? Yes especially kind of functionality insect so we know a lot more about male anatomy. But they're still questions about female anatomy and functionality. That's where we're like gone like basic stuff. Yeah so kind of Like you know once you've got a cadaver you can cut it up and you can look at stuff but you don't really know how that works when the person is alive. Which seems more? That's not the best way to study. Sex is just. Cut UP A CADAVER. Help you a little bit. But you're like how does this cadaver -actly so if you want to say well how you know when this is an action. What's really happening? We understand that. Yeah so the function as functional aspect. Is I think where we really have big gaps in understanding like how does this work when someone's interacting You know by themselves even as one thing versus with a partner that is infancy. We know very little about two people interacting together sexually really. Yeah this is You may have seen really fun study. I did with a case Ten years ago maybe now they put two people in an MRI tiny people and had them have a vaginal intercourse and just image pelvis. And I go oh. We didn't know that fit that way. Really what did know what to look at this before. What way so they were describing. The penis is more a boomerang shape when it was intra-vaginal at least in this couple and of course we don't have big population samples of this. We don't know how common that is or how much that varies. But we always joke if you have a sexual interaction yet. It's like Oh this is straight as well. It turns straight in. You know it's like there's a lot of curvature and what might that mean in terms of functionality of getting you know if you're trying to become pregnant of expelling the ejaculate and to the vaginal area and you have that can impact a uptake. So those are kind of functional questions that the science looks a little goofy and it made the news around at the time it came out. But they're real functional questions about that you know it matters that it's a boomerang and not a stick goes in so it's kind of striking to me that like you know there's famous Sex researchers right. There's Kinsey Institute number seeing that movie. Trade Yeah Really. Oh you did. I saw that movie with my parents. It was fun Masters Masters in Johnston right there. These are famous. Names are progenitor. Is Yes progenitor. Exactly but that was a long time ago and and I'm not you know other fields have we know Albert Einstein. We also know Stephen Hawking but it seems like with sex. We are sort of stuck in that. Same people are still up Kinsey scale. Yeah that's the most up to date stuff like wait. That was like sixty years ago. Yeah Yeah about. I think like masters and Johnson are a great example because they have this really famous model of sexual response like immune taken a human sex class. Like an intro class in College. You got taught this model. You're still getting taught this model. I think the models wrong and I think we have data to show that part of. It's wrong but it's going to take a while to get it out and I don't know anyone else even working in that area. Yeah so you know it's as we continue to have these kind of repeated over and over again. Yeah it's GonNa take us a while. Correct the record. Update the record. But it's just. We are a tiny tiny field so I would guess like in the. Us There may be twelve us. Doing Sexual Psychopath Geology. Most people have fled from Hanover. People most have left because of the climate in the US and they'll go if they're English speaking probably to Canada And then Europe doesn't have grants that are as big so there are quite a few folks that study it in Europe but they aren't Sometimes able to have as big of projects just because the funding structures are different. Americas falling behind in science absolutely falling behind. And it's an embarrassment. We're losing the SEC. Science Cold War Well what are the big like the thing is? There's so much pseudoscientific language about about sex. I was talking to the intro about sex addiction. You hear people say with porn for example that like they say it quasi scientifically worn is ruining American. Men's sex lives We've had that pitch. Come up in the in the ruins. Everything writers when when writers and researchers are pitching. I I read this about. The porn is like an epidemic. That's ruining American men. Sex Lives and then. I've also heard the all the the the opposite pitch of actually. That's a myth and the fact is we couldn't find enough solid information to do the story we just said we. We actually are not sure what the truth is. So we're not gonNA do this So yeah I mean you you side when I was saying part of that. So yeah please please enlighten me. What is the truth here? Well so there are two things. One is kind of its current status in the diagnostic. Whatever and then there's kind of the science issues and so Naro diagnostically speaking no one recognizes porn addiction so we have the national group which is a diagnostic and statistical manual that does not have porn addiction or sex addiction. Or anything like that. In it. And then We have international the International House classification of disorders and it does not have porn addiction in either has something that looks a little more like sex addiction but is different that they've just introduced called sexual compulsivity which was very controversial about that So no one recognizes porn addiction. That doesn't appear anywhere. You can't diagnose it there's no code for it however In the scientific area you know. We're having lots of debates about clearly. Some people are walking into office. Saying I'm watching too much porn right. Yeah PEOPLE EXIST. Read it and you can find whole communities of. I mean you can find communities of people who are doing literally any this. You can find people who are who are jerking off to paper clips and they post pictures of their favorite paperclips deeper than I did. But but yeah I mean that's what that is but yes there are people who feel this problem and they're like God I I need help. Yes so the question is when someone. Yom also licensed psychologist if someone moves into my office and says I'm believe I'm watching too much porn. My first question is where does that. Come from the ideology. Because that's how I know how to help you. So the best predictor of someone identifying as a porn addict is that they were raised with conservative values. Not necessarily religiously but that their family has conservative values and on average they tend not to watch any more than people who are not distressed about their use in other words. These are people who just feel horrible. Like they're very shame based in general and they feel bad about lots of things they do and they may have some perfectionist stick kinds of qualities and their personality. And that kind of a person you know if they present to me and say. I'm watching too much porn. I'm probably going to do education with them. Talk about shame issues and Family of origin issues. Maybe However you know if someone's coming in May I'm watching a lot of porn before I go out at night to the bars and then I keep me. I mean to D- faithful to my partner. Who doesn't want me sleeping around and and I mean to use condoms and I you know I've got all these conflicts and I'm not making tour like okay. There's something else is happening. Could be lots of things. Are you depressed so a lot of people who believe that they have a porn problem? Where SEX PROBLEM Actually have a primary Diagnosis of major depressive disorder. And that's how they cope with it. You know there's a adjust my emotions. Well I'm not treat porn. I'm going to treat your depression because we have excellent treatments for depression. And if you're just using it to cope while that makes sense absolutely or are you doing that because it's a feature of mania and you have bipolar disorder. There are so many things you know that you have to go through before I would even start to think about that. And then the data we do have specifically on people who have like porn issues They just don't fit a lot of the classic of addictions in general so they don't look like other substance addiction models. And something's going on. You know we want to figure out how to best help these men and women and whomever who have these issues but There there's just so much push stamp it with addiction. I think they're some financial reasons for that. Maybe some political reasons for that but not they're not scientific. I don't think we can call it. Addiction ADDICTION THE PROBLEM IS ADDICTION. Itself is also poorly understood and and calm and very complex. Yeah I wouldn't suit winter. Stand a lot about it. But now we're to the nitty gritty of you. Know How you know. To what extent do you think something has to have withdrawal to be called an addiction? And there's speed about that symptom and the and the scientific understanding is very slow to make its way into the public consciousness. And but there's there's all these gray areas with things that we even that we understand better about talk about video game addiction and gambling addiction. You know that my understanding is like slot machines for instance like really do can cause an actual addiction right I do disagree. Yes I that's more compulsive so again there's more Evidence that that looks a little bit more like we understand other substance He's issues but even there exactly like there's debate like okay. It's not an exogenous substances coming from outside the body with a pill is there some supra physio lodge response. So like if I take cocaine I have you know. More broadly say dopaminergic receptors occupied. I can possibly do by myself gamble all day. I can masturbate. I'm never going to do what. Coaching can do and So at what point do I say like there's not enough you know like we need some supra physiological event to be motivated to call something addictive. Well the the comparison I was going to draw is like okay. So you know. Slot machines can be compulsive at at least right and are sort of designed to cause that sort of behaviour and people But like video game addiction is like a thing is often scary. A thing that you know Politicians who don't understand the topic very well bring up to frighten people but at the same time and when you when you talk about depression. It reminded me of that. Because like there've been times in my life I was depressed and I played too many video games because the video games. Give me like a feeling of accomplishment that I'm not able to get in my own life and I don't have to leave the house social at their multi-player. Yeah Yeah exactly. And that could be an unhealthy amount of overuse. That doesn't mean it's an addiction but then there are also games in the middle that are like specifically almost trying to use slot machine mechanics in order to get people hooked right in order to where I play. This and I'm like this is like doing something to me. This is trying to do something to me. And even that is so hazy Where that distinction is drawn and where we should draw that line of how we should talk about those things when you had sex into it which we also don't understand that well. Sex has some nice rate limiting features. That make it a bit different as well so generously. What I'm calling the refractory visit like after you. You're saying you're jerk off and you can't do it again for a little at some point Even if you are a short latency it becomes very difficult so studied this indirectly so there are lots of scientists who I've also I've studied it Kinda directly But please tell me so. Like mostly get studied from fertility perspective. What the content of the ejaculate after the fifth You fifth round in as much time you know twenty four hour period or something and in fact if you're trying to get pregnant you know that Seminal content does reduce over time as well as the total volume so probably not good to just have sex as much as you possibly can drink fertile windows. So that's where we get. This kind of data is exactly like having people masturbate in labs looking at the samples so those kinds of things have been somewhat characterize and then there's but the really good data about Kinda jet the refractory periods are hard. Tang it you know what I'm GonNa say hard to come by to stop it and then I couldn't find a way out of it. No no no. I mean you wouldn't be a very good episode. We didn't take it. The data are very sparse. That I would say very robust helping us understand kind of what? The very ability of that period is got it Well what about a sex addiction? Right I talked about the opening of the show when there's like this so we have these folk pseudoscientific understandings of how sex works right like the public believes that there is such a thing as sex addiction noticed mostly because people go on. Dr Phil and talk about it or they go apologize to Oprah and they say they're getting treatment for it And they go to Some sort of place that claims to treat sex addiction With it's like But is this a and I'm not talking about porn addiction. I'm talking about like having sex with other people. Yeah Is this real. Is that a myth. What's the truth about it? It's a myth but less of a myth and porn so porn is very much easier to study in the lab expose people to porn pretty readily but the Having people actually interact sexually in a laboratory so that we can look the physiology is something very very few labs are doing minor. Mine's doing it but Figuring out what protocols should look like to even study that like two people interacting. When is that abnormal? Yeah when is that? Not a typical sexual response and We know we can't just go by self report lake sex data. They're places you know where self-reported okay this is not one of them do not accurately report even if they want to. They don't know often what their bodies are even doing. So I can't go. You know to women now and say. Did you have an orgasm? I I don't trust that anymore. I don't even know what they're really like if you're just trying to do on a survey or if you're observing someone. L. Lab and you're just trying to self report on. If they have an orgasm you can't buy what because then I have measures that I'm making sure they did. Yeah part of why I now no longer just self report from women but no seriously. So you're saying you need that that physical you've got a whatever them hooked up to to measure that it happened more objectives and self report is fine at some point. But you've got to verify trust but verify bring them in because even if people want to be honest with you. They can't necessarily do. They have the proper sex education understand what their body is doing in the way that scientists means it right. That's right so it's very hard to study But what it does is it real. I don't think so but I'm using a little more cautious language. They're they're more gaps. God things that we are just not been able to test yet. So is this just like a an excuse. That people are making up for bad behaviour. I mean that's the cynical way to look at it right like. Oh Oh no sorry. I have an addiction. That's like a I'm shifting it from one realm of social understanding where I'm a bad person to a medical is one where oh no I just have a disease like. No one can be held responsible for their disease in order to evade responsibility. How much I mean. Maybe this is outside. You know where you feel Licensed to speak but like how seriously should we take that? Serv attempt to shift their indefinitely. People who are using it for secondary gain that is either they cheated and they'd rather have it framed as a disease than moral failing And then there are people who are may nameless who are sex offenders who would rather be. Yeah oh I'm just so masculine that I'm a sex addict rather than no. I'm like assaulting people between those two labels. They make their choice and within our field. There's been a huge backlash of people who treat sex offenders telling the sex addiction people to knock it off like that dough not treat sex offenders in an addiction model. Are you nuts. So they have good treatments. They know how to help those people and we should let them do that. That's their expertise so enlarge though I don't think most people go for sex addiction treatment. Are Those kind of folks you know. These are people who are really upset. Generally about their own behavior and they don't necessarily understand kind of why they're doing it. They don't get their motivation and so we hope that they are going somewhere where they can gain insight not just be shamed for their sexual behavior. And that's what we're concerned. Some of the sex addiction treatments are doing God. So it's really more of a almost like a therapeutic concern where you've got people. Yeah there's the there's Sex offender or the sort of men behaving badly and trying to get out of the specter. That I'm raising but then there's also the people who are like why do I keep? Why am I having one night stands that make me feel terrible over held beliefs? I don't think these are mostly People who are trying to get away with something that exist in that group. But I think they're a small proportion and so then the question is right like if I'm So of people who are depressed about fifteen percent. Say when I'm in a depressed mood. My sexual interest increases. Well that's not usually how we think of depression depress. You can't get out of bed. You'RE NOT GONNA go hooking up while it turns out. Some people use that to help themselves feel better so maybe we should be looking at the depression as a potential predictor of these quote unquote compulsive sexual behaviors. Because guess what sex feels good. I have noticed that about my studies. My studies have revealed that results so extensive as I'd like but you know so there those kind of more complex ways of thinking about what's going on for those mostly guys is what I would really love to see is. Let's not kind of be stupid about it and say oh you know. The sexes too much. Sex's bad you know we still have a lot of therapists who Call when you have a lot of sex partners. They not not to call them sleds. But they'll say you're acting out you're acting out sexually well okay but sex feels good so yeah. Is that acting out. Do we want to devalue that and say you're dumb or your bad if you're doing this behavior let's understand kind of functionally where it comes from your really revealing. How much our like cultural hangups but also like personal hangups that we may not even know that we have like a about this topic like make all of this so difficult that like people are coming in with maybe some some deep rooted. Shame and so. It's like difficult to tell. Where does the problem begin? And the shame come into it and then and then they're talking to a psychologist Therapist Guy. An an addiction counselor. God knows who really depends who they talk to. And what model is that person using? And then what kind of shame. Based thinking is that person bringing in and all that stuff like how. Do you even begin to unpack that for one person. Really sorry we are so messed up right now and it is not good for you. I I. I want to know how we get our way out of that but I I wanna ask I just going back to porn for one second This idea that I've heard that porn is ruining young men. Sex lies that generation of men porn hub. You know the Internet all that That's now I've heard this as you know. This is a sea change in American sexuality. You've got you know men who were on porn hub every single night and that's giving them a skewed idea of sexuality but now let's say forget like culturally just like hey this is a depiction of sex. That's inaccurate right I. I could agree with that sort of sentiment of like the falseness of porn is should we be concerned but but the claim that I've heard is that literally it's like stopping men from getting erections enormous. They can't have normal sex because they can only get aroused. When they're looking at these like hyper images. Is there any truth to that? We have not been able to find evidence for that so people are calling that porn induced erectile dysfunction a series of laboratory studies including coming out in a couple of months that. I'm dying to talk about and I can't go sneak pre. It's going to be the largest Sexual psychopaths study on the topic today and so there when we have looked the guys who are viewing pornography actually tend not to have those issues and I to me. I think you just have to think about. Why are people looking at porn right? This is not going to the movie theater. You're on well except for you. You're not going to mom and dad to watch porn video. You're going to masturbate. The purpose is to use it to Jack off at the end of the day or Jila for whatever you prefer and so if you think of it like it's just a masturbation it will. Why are you masturbating okay? Well you know. Maybe my partner is annoying me. We're having an argument and so we'RE NOT GONNA have sex. I know they're gonNA have sex with me right now. I'm just GONNA go masturbate on looking at porn while I do that but porn didn't make me unhappy with my relationship like I'm here masturbating settled my usual consensual partner and so again. It's one of these issues. That truth is a lot more complex than if you actually take it into the laboratory and say okay. You said the you're having rectal problems due to porn and I can't see it so these guys just tend to have a higher sex drive. That is yeah. They're saying they have all these problems. Like no like you. Just you masturbate a lot in you know you have more porn because your sex drive is higher if that causes more conflict with your partner. Because you're really really trying to get away from these ideas of low sex drive in high trying to say desire discrepancy. It's just a discrepancy of mind. The Menu matches you. You won't be an issue. That's how this works. So you know if you are discrepant with your partner. There's gotta be some balance and some people use masturbation to balance that out and now we're demonizing that. Oh God how could you and thinking about the dynamic like? Why is this person in that relationship in? Let's try to understand that it's like well. They probably have a higher sex drive than they're using that to manage the discrepancy. Is there a concern about porn about the you know the modern version of porn? That you do have Even if it's a nonscientific but you know social one. No I think they're so the one that worries me. The most is kids because they don't have a perception of you know what is normal. And we've got the sex Ed class that we want them to have sex ed in the US especially and even if we give them sex. Ed You know we don't mandate that it be accurate for the most part and get Mike has great stats on that and so really like you want to take it away on both sides. You know we're going to take away all your sex ed and then we're going to give you access to porn and not educate you about that either but the good news is there now. Three empirically supported Porn Literacy Program. So one out of Boston University From Emily Rothman. He was doing a lot of work around. How do we talk to kids and educate them in a way? That's kind of level appropriate. And she's mainly working with adolescents. So not the young young but a little bit advanced and there are programs for that. So you don't need these goofball fly by night websites that are popping up. There's actual science will educate kids on kind of how it understand it at a level it's appropriate for them. That is free that is tested that is available to the public now so I encourage any school Education Person. Who's interested in like? How do I talk to kids about this? I'm concerned there. Things are available now. Available that's stuff is so so important just to just to give kids any level of sex. Ed I this very specific member. I just I don't know if you're familiar with this. Oh it's not that kind of memory. It's when I was when I was a teenager on early. Internet like late late nineties early two thousands. There's this website it's still exists called Jack and world. Have you ever this website? Let's Jack in world like J. A. C. K. If you WANNA look it up. J. A. C. K. I. N. World Dot Com. And like. It's very like nineteen ninety nine looking website. It's just very basic. But it's called the male masturbation resource. It's got like masturbation techniques. There's no porn on the site. It's just like stuff like that and I was reading it and I I remember this website. I looked back at it like you know ten years later and I was like. Oh this was a stealth sex ed site for like young men because what it was was it was like okay. Here's a jerk off technique you could use a cetera but ultimately was like a sex positive site and then the main part of the site was question and answer and it was just like kids write in going like. Hey. Why does my penis big vein on it? Like I'm really worried about this and the answer was always just like you got a normal peanuts like. Don't worry don't worry don't worry about your normal. Pena's it's okay to jerk off and etcetera And I In retrospect was very happy that like I just had some. I read that site you know because it was like straightforward scientic. They were like Thanked Jocelyn elders. The the the surgeon general lost her job because she said that masturbation was healthy. I believe and That was like the overall approach of it and I don't know who the hell made this site and why it's got to be one of mine but just like that. You know that that much is like so valuable and something that we that we don't give kids at all. No I always joke. I say my whole career in summary is everyone does chill the fuck out Mike. Search Yeah. Let's all just calm down. I think that's a great kind of way of walking through exactly like you know. We have these guys who are saying. Oh you know. I'm a porn addict because I have a sore on my penis for masturbating and I'm like that's really really common especially and sometimes even an altered. There's there's a. There's a simple prescription. Let me tell you. It's over the counter. You got to like go to the lotion. I'll yeah it's not a disease like sometimes you masturbate too much. Are you trying new technique? It doesn't work that's fine. It doesn't mean you have a disorder you know. It just means better technique less vigorous. Well we gotta take a quick break but I have so many more questions for you specifically about men and women. We'll be right back with more Nicole. Privacy all guys know that selecting the right razor can actually be a challenge. 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I have heard so much ill-informed pontificating at my workplace about differences between men and women What are some of the myths? And what are some of the things that we know about those differences sexually? I'm sure there's a lot. Yeah so it turns out a lot of things. We attribute within sexuality to gender differences or probably more due to sex drive is on average guys. Fire sex drive in. That's cross cultural. There are very depending who you ask but maybe one culture where women report having a higher sex drive so we hear things like. Oh men are more visual will not if you control for sex drive. It's people who have higher sex drive. Tend to respond more to sexual images like nearly speaking no scientifically And you know it's not that guys have some special receptors in the brain. They're totally different. That pipe porn straight to their penis or something like no that. Of course that doesn't happen It certainly is the case that women orgasm much less consistently than men do very well documented and I back that up in lab physiology so It's very much more difficult. Seems women to get there for what reason we're working on it. These are all these are actually the opposite of misconceptions. These are all sort of like our general cultural beliefs about the sexes that are being held up here in the case of orgasm gaps. Yes but not. The men are more visual. I'd say that's a myth. Oh the idea that men are visual. Because they're hunters and they need to see a lion run and so then they see boob and it's the same as that and they wanNA clunk him on the head with a club I knew. I mean people really believe I listened to some really bad podcast sometimes Where people talk about this. You know so so. It's just that people with higher sex drives were more are more efficient But that's really interesting that that that that whole one thing that really struck me was. I wonder if any insight on this I was watching a video by Trans woman talking about her transition and one of the things he struck me as I said that was really interesting was after she transitions went on. You know all the various hormone therapies. You said That she felt her sexuality change and she no longer needed to have what she called an obligate daily orgasm that like no longer felt like. I just must have an orgasm wants today and I was like. Oh that's like a way to put it that I've not thought about it before that there's just like Sometimes for many feels like you're just like taking a crap you know it's one of the things you gotta do. You know what I mean that. The research currently on women and drive a lot. There's a lot of interest in something called responsive desires and the idea that we're in the past using the same model for men and women where you're just supposed to be walking on the street and Powell you're hit with sex drive and I must go get off now and it doesn't work that way. It seems as much for women and probably not for lower drive men either and so by responsive desire. What we mean is like you gotTa have a little something. I kind of get the genome is. You can't say I just expect lightning to strike and that's my model like if I don't have lightning striking that I have low sex drive. That's not true. So you know if you need someone kind of coming onto you or touching you and like non sexual regions zones to even start to think sexually. That's normal. That is the common experience and so we don't want people you know believing they're deficient or low drive because they need to be touched. I in some way or solicited in some way we are now trying to transition a call that responsive desire differentiating that from spontaneous desire that walking down the street struck by lightning. Kind of feeling that I think you're describing. How how much do we know about when you know people do transition right or like you know taking how? How much does that change? You know this sort of dichotomy that you're talking about. Yeah so those are interesting because they're exactly supra physiological doses of hormones so in general sex drive is not tightly tied to testosterone. And that's another good myth to us That is an either men or women. The Tigers that are in our bodies at any particular time don't seem too tight or experienced sex drive but that is not true in the case of people who are transitioning. Because they're too strong levels are out of soup out of physiological range. They're going super physiological. You know so. This is I'm getting far more or far less to Saas Stran- than Was in a norm within normal limits. Getting and not that. It's a disease but into disease territory. That is if a doctor saw this and knew you weren't getting testosterone would be worried so those are very different kind of levels and tighter of hormones that they're dealing with but within normal limits. You know those don't generally tie to the experience of drive and in terms of men and women or men and our women and women together when we're talking about we're taught doughnuts or any combinations of folks Like what are the misconceptions? What are we learning? What are the fascinating new things? We're learning about couples or triples trying to trying to like be really how inclusive Arabi woke. Yeah exactly yeah so there are. There's the stuff we're doing. And then some labs generally are interested in this kind of fluidity ideas just briefly. The fluidity idea is women. Tend to be more. Broadly aroused To a variety of different stimulus even a straight woman you show her gay porn of men or women gay porn and she tends to respond to it at least a little bit in terms of her genitals at least but if you show guys things that are outside of their stated preferred range. They tend to be very constrained to respond to just what they say. They're interested in and there are a number of labs that are investigating those kind of sexual fluidity issues differences That they think are their between genders. And I'd say we're kind of in the middle of that we've got some you know fare base of knowledge at this point but we're still trying to suss out kind of what some of the things are due to and then we're actually bringing couples into the laboratory in measuring from both of them at the same time to try and understand really what the physiology of interacting looks like so. We're getting a brain measures from both people interacting for the first time. Ever to understand like when someone is providing stimulation. What is their brain look like? And what is the brain of the prisoners sitting there receiving it look like and then Are Those brain states useful for anything you know. Do they have maybe health applications? That's a strong interest of mine. Can we use being highly sexually arouse to help us in a way like meditation may help us? Yeah so one of the questions like to. What extent do we have that kind of relaxed but awake brain state when we're highly sexually aroused and you know if that was the case with couples? Is there an intervention? There you know can we potentially capitalize on that and use it to even have partners helping each other if you stayed or you know. This is a practice they do regularly together. Looks Meditative. Potentially yeah idea of sexual arousal is like an altered state that's like meditative like really resonates with me. Because I think about the Times where you know I've tried to. You know be aroused and have not been able to. You know what I'm not been able to get into it right and it's like something's running around in my head like I'm thinking about work. I'm angry at somebody or I'm you know you're just like you're making out with your partner and inside your head is just like Volvo. And they're kind of like where are you and you're like I'm not here. I'm sorry and then the times when you're most aroused it's like you're it's like your mind falls away and you're just like in that moment and you're just like in this real and it's like one of the best things about it. Frankly is that you lose yourself and that you you know. Become sort of the thing that you're doing and that's a that's a lot like when people talk about meditating we think these are unique brain states and that's one of the kind of discovery as where we think we've made that were trying to you know trust but verify and so we see. Initially when people start to become sexual you know. The brain is very strongly engaged. You have to have a lot of effort. You have to be able to allocate attention to the stimulus kind of as you're describing but then if we say okay you know that's Nice you've been masturbating now and watching porn for twenty four minutes or we give them. We'd like you to try and have an orgasm now. The brain state at that point completely shifts not orgasm but long before it. And that's when we start to see a kind of a loss of cognitive control or reduction of control and that may be something that looks more meditative so I don't think that kind of earlier arousal stages look very like I have to try to pay attention and I have to be awake but then later on shifts to something that looks very distinct so We also see this in the nervous system that is early on heart rate breathing rate August going up and then we say okay now try and have a climax will masters and Johnson said. Well you just keep getting more and more and more and more arousal. Pow Lamma Orgasm. Yeah you go to bed and Our model doesn't look like that. It's like okay. We get breathing. Hurry up and then we say okay try to have an orgasm and then they just like start going down and we're like wait. We know that happened so now we're trying to figure out what that is. Yeah that is Even if you interrogate your own experiences of sex it's not like Oh yeah just keeps going up. I think everyone's had the experience of like you know. Yeah Okay let's try to make it happen and then Oh I. It's house not not quite happening. There's something there's something amiss there's like Yeah it's like a really interesting puzzle to try to figure out like what's actually happening in that moment as even in that moment like you said where you're just like all right. Let's you're having all right. Let's finish up. You know what I mean like. What is that difference? And then what actually gets you to the point of finishing up in not everyone where sensors upset. Okay so Yeah it's like the or some people I think are calling this edging here. That term through the heck is that. Isn't that just being aroused? There's another thing well no. It's maintaining that last moment. As long as you can think that edging is maybe not so special. It's maybe just hanging out in that second phase of Arousal Which is Great. You know. It looks like fun by. I don't know that it's anything special to call it edging. And just yeah. Is there any sort of researching that you know? Th this part of this like. Is there any therapeutic advice that you have for folks like hey one thing I've learned that's like here's a tip? You know what I mean that that can help people with their. You know this is a good one so I think you know. People tend to have problems with one or the other. Sometimes they'll say oh. I get turned on just fine but I can't get over the Hump My. I can't have climax and I don't know why I'm just stuck other times. They're like well. Yeah like if I can get turned on. I can climax easily enough but I can't get into it now. It makes better sense because those look like two very distinct brain states and so maybe you're much better at one than another so if you're having trouble kind of getting getting over the Hump so to speak with orgasms. You know that maybe that helping reduce your kind of frontal or cognitive control at that time may be helpful so do not pass yourself out but if you want to experiment with hyperventilating and that that could be something that's helpful to experiment with because that can help reduce frontal control is usually just like breathe a lot yes. I'm not GonNa do it now. I don't know that's why I prefaced. Not Make yourself fast partner. They will call any hyperventilating. Well that's not right. This is not someone else controlling. Its you controlling so if you get out if you get out of hand you pass out so so okay. Let's take some deep breaths and don't go to not spoke but try try. We'll also meditating. Focus on your breath faster. That's what people during meditating. No one's like yes breath fast fast harder harder. One question I have about this is you're talking about a again getting back to hey differences between men and women and you said men sexual fluidity is lower How do you think about the differences that might be biologically based versus you know societal gender role based you know that Like you say to me. Hey man show less sexual fluidity and I'm thinking okay. Is that like a hang up? You know Because as a man I experienced that hang up right Or is that like something about you? Know people with those chromosomes. This there is no nature and nurture right this zone fused together at this point and maybe the best example of that as we used to have guys monitor their erections during the evening as a way of telling if they're erectile dysfunction was due to psychology or due to physiology and then we find out years later decades later that it turns out. Like if you're an anxious guy you also don't get erections at night. We can't really use that test anymore and we don't use it for that purpose but it just tells you like even if you're not in mind so to speak your brain is still you. You're kind of a psychological reaction or your psychology is still impacting your biology. We be duelists here. Yeah that's that's the I understand. You're trying to study people as they are. And so like you know. American men are like living society that creates things and their psychology to some extent and psychology is going to biology in this way. And so we're all one organism but So so you think just a radical that That distinction that I made is that the answer I mean. I think they're just they're together when you address when you're addressing the other So for example there are lots of Physical determines genetic determinants of Female Orgasm Consistency. Like the distance of the clitoris to your ether. Opening it turns out is predictive of how consistent the orgasm during climax. Well we can't change that. So and so. What does that mean right like okay? Well if they're further apart you probably don't even know that because we don't provide it and you know it's also genetically heritable to some extent so ask your mom ladies like how how consistently she climax is probably related to how consistently you climax and it's not that those predictors don't exist it's just like they exist in this context of how aware of that even. Am I do I? If I had conversation about sex with my mom I probably have a pretty open sexuality more generally more open and flexible and accepting and not shameful. So that's GonNa help me. You know in another way that you may impact the genetic impact and you know we. We can push things around from either direction. Either you know from biology psychology. Yeah it's such A. It's such an interesting area to think about. I think again about the transplant. I spoke about earlier. And it's like. How much is that change that she experienced due to you know hormonal treatment versus to like now identifying as a woman with all the societal. You know Different like you know which. Where is that line? Do we even care about where it is or are we just going to say? Hey this I mean this is probably had some expectancy of what would happen to you because I doubt she just decided to have surgery that morning. You should probably write about it a lot if she did that. Probably read about it a lot before started taking hormones and right saw it coming and we're and that just speaks to like how complicated sex is because it's not just I've been asking you a lot of biologically based questions right right but at the same time like sex is not just about us like it's not just about jeans and penises and hormone amounts and things like that it's also about like thoughts and feelings and the things that we generally put in this social box and they're all sort of like marching together in this really complicated bespoke way for every single person. It's like enormously complex. Unfortunately I guess though. Yeah. It's like the best. Predictor of erectile dysfunction has has and continues to be anxiety ninety also manifest in the brain liquid measure. That we can measure and questionnaires. You know so but ultimately is things -iety for the most part and so that's where we intervene try and help folks with that and anxiety is something that like you can take a pill for. You can talk to a therapist about and it's like both things. There are different ways to intervene. That can be helpful. I think what this conversation is doing is helping collapse. The mind body dual ism into one sweet like solved it. Well as a as a person who's been interested in that question it's like it's really cool to yeah. This is like this is all one thing and even half of the questions. I've been asking you. I feel like our almost off base. Because I've been separating them into these two boxes how much is it one of the other and this has reminded me like no. This is one organism that we can talk about a multiple ways but this distinction somewhat of a false one. Now this is why I love psycho physiology. We sometimes call it a hub science because it really brings together these different ideas. Where if you're just psychology ears asking self report and interviews that's limited and you're just a biologist or just anatomist and cutting things up that's very limited. She don't know the function so we're trying to get it in the middle. Nba Hub to bring those sites together. So what in this field? Which is I just learned about today and I'm also fascinated by what are the. What are the big questions that you are that remain to be answered? Or what are the frontiers? You're the most excited about. What are we just starting to learn about? I'm very interested in health applications of sex stimulation. So I'm not I don't care too much about sexual endpoints like getting you off more helping your penis. I mean that's great if we hope that but I really want to know how to use orgasm to help you sleep at night. Or how can I use a genital stimulation to improve depression? And so you know. We're in the vein of those applications to the things we're really interested in our The couple's research so actually having to people in the lab at the same time here are interacting sexually and understanding what the dynamic is like. And if it looks like porn is the model we've been using for decades And then also try to understand work as physiology like. We don't know how orgasm is triggered still and it seems like that would be useful. No if we're going to potentially use it as a health application and also just for understanding basic physiology. Some of the questions that are still they are about. Our basic anatomy and physiology have not been answered. I think and again. It's a lot of that functional. Mike I need to see Orgasm in action. I need to see not just the first two minutes of Arousal. Not just afterwards. Did you spoon? Did you cuddle? Did you pillow talk as fine but like what happened in the scientists left the room. We need to get in there like we need to know what's going on and understand what that process is like and are there pieces of that we can pick out. You know to use in health applications and along the way that's kind of how it happens. It's like okay. We've got this end goal. You know they were doing a study. On poster GAZ MIC Illness Syndrome. We're trying to understand that. We poster gives Mcginn illness drew. There are most these are mostly guys. He say they have flu. Like symptoms for two to seven days after every time they climax. Yeah terrible and flew flew like is those are. That's bad? Yeah so they're like knocked out and they have to figure out how sexually active they wanna be baseline having this kind of problems sounds so in the process of trying to figure out how to study this patient sample We realized like Oh. My Gosh. We're GONNA get inflammatory markers and this is going to be the first time we've ever gotten inflammatory markers before. And after climax inflammatory marker so like Interleukin six is one marker and there are inflammation theories of depression for example where some people think major depressive disorder maybe due to Kind of these in inflammation problems throughout the body and so I said well. Gosh if that's true if this continues to be supported for depression And we know the orgasm effects the same kind of inflammatory markers that we think are causing the depression and we've got a new intervention. Wow that's really cool right. That's why I like. I keep thinking you know as much as I hate hitting my head against the brick wall and getting attacked all the time. There's golden there. Mike potential for us to take this so much farther and we just have to fight to be able to do it. What is your what are the prospects for the field getting attacked less right? Those sorta social barriers to doing the research that you were talking about Because I'm convinced that this research is valuable to people and that we need to know as much as possible. Yeah you got me I was obviously a receptive audience. Invited you on the show I'm not I'm not in here going. I'm sorry you study. What now like. Obviously this is not gonna be that interview okay. Well I'm sorry for you. But how do you are there? Are these barriers going down? Are you optimistic in that regard? How do we push that along? In our case the biggest barriers are size where a very tiny field and so when climate scientists get attacked by groups. That have kind of those motivations there. They have groups to advocate for them. They have people working on Capitol Hill. They have attorneys that work with that. We have none of that and so I think part of our challenge is to enjoin with some of these groups that have similar issues to what we do May Be Willing to get sullied with our presence. You know specs researchers and say like you know. We've got similar problems here. Were all scientists. We're trying to get our work done. And we're being stopped in ways that we shouldn't be stopped that are not reasonable and you know. How do we work together? And so there's like a new free speech union that some scientists are joining so that we stopped getting platforms leases. And maybe that's going to be helpful so I'm not sure what the magic bullet is. But I think the particular challenge or my field is just our size. We're very small and we need to be enjoying I think. With other scientific groups that have similar challenges. Where folks go to find out. More about where. Where's the where's this research happening? If THEY WANNA. Where's that study that you talked about that? You really excited about coming out. Oh well that you'll S- I'm sure it will be making the rounds at the time So the my website is libro center dot com and you know so I post things there as they come out. I'm sure the study will be up there that particular study. We're actively recruiting for the poster. Gastric illness syndrome. If you think you have that you know you can come to the website and find out if you WANNA volunteer in Los Angeles. So that's a good repository to or up to and if for folks For folks to home going like man. I got a sex problem. And they didn't talk about US specifically right. Do you have any like? How do you think about those things differently like do you? Do you have a message for for folks at home worrying about? They're worrying about their parts. Were worried about their. We're worried about their beds. Worrying about what goes on at night or in the day you know. Yeah I think in general. It's good to keep in mind that You know the way people make money off of those kinds of things by saying there are problems in your if you go online if you go television shows exactly they're going to be pushing that direction always because that's how they make their money is through patients or if they're coaching or whatever that is and so it's just being a critical consumer information. Yeah and saying like okay. All I've read here is that this is all bad all the time. Is that really true? You know and do I have good. Sources so There's a group of American sex. Educators the acronym Aset A. S. E. C. T. I get you to a group of sex therapists and educators who are science-based and so they tend to have good information You know looking for sites that are just You know as ever. I think we're dealing with a fake news issue. A lot of bad information just thinking. You know what where? What is it that I'm reading? What are the sources? He's contributing to this. And you know being sure you don't just watch that one news channel. Well thank you so much for coming in. Nicole has been a really awesome conversation. I really appreciate it well. Thank you once again. Nicole prowse for being on the show. I had a plastic conversation and I really hope you did too. That is it for us this week on. Factually I wanNA thank our producer. Dana Wiccans our engineer. Brett Morris are researcher. Sam Rodman Andrew W K for our theme song and Hey you hit me up on twitter or anywhere else you have an symbol at Adam. Conover check out my website for my mailing list and tour dates. Adam conover dot net. Until then I'll see you next week on factually. Thanks so much for listening.

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Episode 181: Off by Roughly Two Trillion

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

39:33 min | 3 months ago

Episode 181: Off by Roughly Two Trillion

"Guys it's mike rowe and this is the way i heard it. The only podcast. The curious mind with a short attention span that used to be under ten minutes but is now considerably longer. For a variety of reasons discussed in previous episodes. I do hope you're enjoying the expanded format of this humble little podcast so far the feedback over on my facebook page has been great. So thanks for your candor and your kind words. This is episode number one eighty one and it's called off by roughly two trillion off by roughly two trillion. Happy new year by the way a new year's upon us. Here's here's to a bit more fun in twenty twenty one. This episode starts with chapter four of my book which is called no polite way to put. It tells the true story of famous couple whose passion for each other burn so hot at very nearly ruined them. It's a love story at base. The ginned up some controversy when it first appeared here on the podcast partly because it deals with the practice we referred to today as Sexting so the contents a bit naughty than usual and partly because the details of what happened to one of these lovers is disputed today among historians and biographers and the army of correct answers that are out there. Some of whom came by my facebook page to let me know that they had heard things differently. Which of course find by me then share a story about what it feels like to be off by roughly two trillion. And how that feeling led me to call this podcast and my book the way i heard it. Chuck and i then embark on a surprisingly Thoughtful and prescient an unscripted rumination on certainty and humility and the fundamental reason that so many americans today have become so deeply skeptical of everyone. Who sounds like they know what they're talking about. Including in no particular order journalists politicians scientists doctors professors and yes even narrators. It's the way. I heard it episode one eighty two off by roughly two trillion and it starts right now and when i say right now of course i mean right after i thank my friends at light stream for sponsoring this episode. Eighth thinking about the high interest rate credit cards. You used over the holidays. You are not alone when it comes to refinancing your credit cards. You do have options but only one company was ranked number one by jd. Power customer satisfaction with personal loans livestream. Don't take my word for it. Go to jd. Power dot com slash awards. And see for yourself. They did it. Light streams credit card consolidation loans. Start at just five point nine five percent. Apr with auto pay an excellent credit. You can save thousands in interest right now and you can get your money. As soon as the day you apply. Why wait apply today for credit card consolidation loan from the company the jd power ranked number one for customer satisfaction in personal loans plus get an additional interest rate discount at late stream dot com slash. Row that's l. I g. h. T. s. t. r. e. a. m. dot com slash row subject to credit approval rates ranged. Five point nine five percents. Apr nineteen point. Nine percents apr and includes zero point. Five zero percent auto pay discount. Lowest rate requires excellent credit terms and conditions apply in offers the subject to change without notice visit light stream dot com slash rome for more information. Now this is the way. I heard it off by roughly two trillion jr four. No polite way to put it. George was horny. Sorry to be indelicate but there's really no polite way to put it. He hadn't seen elizabeth in weeks and he missed his wife with the white hot intensity of thousand suns. Excuse me sir but a letter arrived. George leapt from his chair and ran into the doorway handed over my good man with all due speed. The courier complied george. Lock the door behind him with trembling hands. He opened the envelope the site of her handwriting. Quickened his pulse the smell of perfume wafted from the page. Leaving him. Lightheaded and breathless. All my gallant champion. It began how i miss you. If only we could be together for just a few hours. If only i could sit tomboy for a quick ride with you behind me. George swallowed hard gripping the page with his free hand by god his wife really could turn a phrase. He tried to slow things down but when he got to the part that read. I know of a soft place upon somebody's carpet that yearns for a gentle touch. Well that was simply too much. George had to collect himself and then start again from the top. The second time was better. That always was george. Read more slowly now with as much patience as he could muster he savored every syllable pausing between paragraphs to fully embrace the images wife had so cleverly evoked when he finished he wipe the perspiration from his brow and tried to return the favor. Good morning my rosebud. He wrote little. John has been making constant and ernest inquiries for his monkey for a very long time and this morning he seems more persistent than ever i to yearn to be in the saddle behind you holding on for dear life and yes i know just where. I'd kiss a certain someone if i was with her tonight. Two weeks later. His letter arrived in monroe michigan. A- butler delivered it to the boudoir there. Elizabeth devoured his words and much the same way he had devoured years hungrily greedily then after multiple readings she reached for her pen and paper and got busy crafting another flurry of phrases carefully concocted to help her husband release the tension during their long periods of separation in other words. George and elizabeth were sexting victorian style. Sorry to be indelicate but there's really no polite way to put it. They're letters were the nineteenth century equivalent of naked cell fees packed with double entendre. Is that would have made anthony. Weiner blush there were references to long extended gallops and writing under the cropper in one elizabeth alluded to the possibility of breaking in a new philly for their mutual pleasure and discuss the pros and cons of being ridden hard and put away wet. True george was famous equestrian but no one would have mistaken the topic in question and of course. No one did. Because george wasn't just a horny husband. He was a careless husband at a time. When a man's reputation and a woman's virtue were still fragile. Important things george failed to protect both one day elizabeth's letters were stolen. They appeared in the pages of the richmond. Gazette before long the entire country was reading all about littlejohn the pleasures of writing tomboy and that soft place upon someone's carpet in need of gentle touch one can only imagine how elizabeth must have felt seeing her words in print yet. She survived the scandal over time. People forgot all about it likewise they lost sight of her husband's other shortcomings. They forgot about his impetuous nature. They forgot about his need to always be the center of attention. They forgot about those things. Because once again elizabeth put pen to paper extolling the virtues of her husband in a series of wildly popular books about his life on the frontier and his exploits on the battlefield. By the time she died at the advanced age of ninety she had single handedly transformed georgia's reputation. Not from that of a careless husband. Who'd famously embarrassed his wife but from that of famous commander who had carelessly killed his own men in the movie. George dies with his boots on fighting heroically. Right up to the bitter end in real life no one knows. His body was found three days after the smoke cleared naked blackened bloated and covered with flies. Some said a finger had been cut off and taken as a souvenir others said. His eardrums had been pierced with a sewing needle punishment for his failure. To listen some said that he appeared to be smiling as the dead often do wild one claimed an arrow had been forgive me forced into his rectum pushed through his intestines and into his little john leaving his corpse in the state of perpetual readiness even as it putrefied under the blue montana sky. Sorry to be indelicate. But there's really no polite way to put it. Some of georgia's men were skinned alive. Others were dismembered and rearranged on the ground president ulysses s grant called the entire debacle. And abominable totally unnecessary slaughter caused by the stupidity and rashness of vein cork headed fool but despite all that the soldier who marched his men into the valley of death is remembered today as an enduring hero of the american west. Thanks to a devoted wife who never stopped. grieving never stopped writing and never stopped believing. Her horny husband was some kind of hero. In spite of his unforgiveable arrogance on the banks of a river called the little bighorn not exactly a happy ending for the impatient boy. General but a far better legacy than he deserved. Thanks to the blushing bride. He left behind a bestselling author named elizabeth custer. I thought about custer not long ago at a watering hole called crump he's after narrating another few episodes of how the universe works for my friends at the science channel. I've learned many interesting things narrating that series starting with the undeniable fact that i am going to die in the grip of cold indifferent cosmos the only uncertainty seems to revolve around the exact method of my inevitable. Demise what will it be a supermassive black hole the collision of two neutron stars a supernova a comet and asteroid gamma rays. Is it any wonder that after a long day of this stuff. I typically end up at grumpy on that particular day. I had introduced my audience to the existence of strange litz killer particles that zombie fi matter. Whatever that means. I wasn't blase about it when i read it. As a narrator of some experience. I infused the copy with an appropriate level of certainty. As i reminded. My terrified viewers that no one is going to get out of this thing alive then again. Was i right to sound so certain from time to time more times than you might imagine. The science channel calls me back to the booth to record something. I've read in an earlier episode. Not because i've screwed up which never happens. But because new information has been discovered the contradicts claims made in previous scripts. Once i was asked to rerecord a passage that made reference to the total number of galaxies in the cosmos. I had originally announced in a chris modulated baritone that there were approximately one hundred billion galaxies and the universe. I remember thinking damn. That's a lot of galaxies and again being a narrator of some experience. I infused the copy. With what i felt to be an appropriate level of certainty and gravitas. Well a week later. I was called back to the booth. Turns out a new method of measuring the cosmos had led astronomers to revise the number of galaxies in the known universe from one hundred billion to trillion in a single week. We'd found another two thousand billion galaxies. But as i reread the new copy i was struck by the undeniable fact that i sound no less certain. When i'm right then. I do when i'm wrong. I don't want to overstate things. But the facts are clear millions or billions for all i know trillions of people tune in every week to hear me explain the workings of our universe. It's hard to say. How many exactly in these uncertain times but there are no soldiers among my undoubtedly vast audience waiting to follow me into battle custer had six hundred men behind him the whole seventh regiment hanging on his every word. I can't help but wonder how certain did custer sound under a big blue montana sky. When led his men into that valley of death last there was no recording booth for custer to be called back to there were no do overs for him and his men just the knife the arrow and the tomahawk of that. At least i am certain. I know what you're thinking. You're thinking i wonder what kind of underwear mike was wearing when he narrated that episode of how the universe works. Well i'll tell you i was wearing me. Undies full disclosure. 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They're comfortable and If you're old fashioned with your underpants. Like george custer probably was you kinda. Don't know what you're missing until you slip into something completely different. Me undies are amazing. They come in some colors that don't even occur in nature or some fairly traditional hughes as well. They're awesome triumph. Save fifteen percent me on these dot com slash. Mike would you like to say something. Or should i well. That's just what they're expecting. Hello everyone and welcome to whatever. This episode is called which has yet to be determined full disclosure chuck and i just spoke for roughly twenty five minutes and it was interesting it reasoning. I thought so too. It was one of our better efforts and chuck up. Tell them what happened. Would you please well. You're you're not recording on your end. And and why was that. Why was that chuck. Because i had instructed you to plug your ear buds in after you've already recording which subsequently and did the recording for some unknown reason correct correct and it's interesting. Don't you think that the unknown nature of the reason And your own. Role as producer of the podcast are in some ways What's the word a wildly incompatible. Perhaps it's also interesting to note that you had no idea that in fact your device which of course is literally three thousand miles away from me. was not recording you. Oh god i don't know if anybody finds this interesting but the situation Dear listeners is as follows. I'm a little north of san francisco on zoom call with chuck. Who is in one of the carolinas. Where are you north carolina. Okay he's down there with his family celebrating the advent of a new year and I'm where i am Celebrating the end of the current one. And so we're zooming with each other but recording on garage band. And i am not on the garage band screen. So i didn't know that i wasn't recording. After following the careful instructions as articulated by the aforementioned producer of this podcast chuck claus meyer. Anyway look i'm not discouraged because there was some things we did talk about in that last attempt that i that i really don't want to repeat. I hope you don't bring them up again. Honestly really i wasn't going to say this out loud but that was awful when well i'll tell you what i will repeat because i do think it's interesting and true. This is probably the most For me anyway. The most important chapter in the book. And i certainly didn't know it at the time when i was writing about custer but combined with the little rumination on certainty that took place in grumpy spar. I really think it's a great example. Another example really of why. This book is called the way it was definitively. Now now it is. It is clearly the way i heard it. And as you know after that that story aired about custer i don't know if we were flooded but but we certainly got some feedback from some people who had heard it differently his descendants. I believe no. I'm not no but people who rightfully so you know he's he's a revered figure and they were upset that you were portraying this you know one bad part of his life i suppose. And that's the problem with the podcast of course and the challenge of it. It's not supposed to be a definitive biography of anybody nor is it a deep dive into the history as it has been etched in the stars. It's an attempt to tell you something you didn't know about somebody you do. And most people know who george custer was and and most people know what made him famous. But i don't think in chuck tell me if i'm wrong. I don't think most people knew that he was engaging in weiner like sexting over one hundred years before sexting victorian style i believe is how he described it. Why certainly was not aware of that. When this came to light i was like tell me more. This is fascinating without only. Because you're a degenerate. But i was happy to comply possibly so you know as as as the first thing that i thought about. This is that. I think you missed your calling writing harlequin romance novels with this because you really did paint a picture while you're very kind you know i'm i'm particularly proud of the image of him you know holding onto that letter with his With his free hand dear. God yuck people caught that yeah and i got some pushback on that too and i do apologize. This is fundamentally a g. rated podcast but look you know it's a story about sexting before there was sexting and i'll why did i want to write that. I honestly i think it's because at the time anthony weiner was headline news and we were just coming to grips with the fact as it. Were that That we are now a people armed with a not. Just a camera. I mean if you have an internet connection and a smartphone. You're you're you're basically a broadcast you could broadcast anywhere. Yes yeah i mean. I have six million people on my facebook page. I could pick up my phone right now. Go live on facebook and we could stream this zoom call about this book which is also a podcast and it doesn't get more meth than that. How are we not doing that right now. don't have time for it now. We're not do that but yeah my my point is a lot of people today. Think sexting is a new thing. They think that this scandalous new technology that enables us to send wildly inappropriate pictures through the ether. is Has ushered in a whole new level of of stakes and drama and disaster and scandal. And i guess in relative terms it has yes. I didn't absolute terms. It has not. it's just changed. It's gotten a little bit more graphic you know with with photos and whatnot but in the olden days before the cap before the cameras could go through the ethernet You you could write a little story to your love and she could write one to you. And that's That that's that's interesting to me. Well in so many ways it's a. It's a rumination on gratification. Today the gratification if you will is almost instantaneous back then it was much more delayed you know if you were going to write a hot steamy letter to your better half you know you had to sit down in a room. Probably your loan you had to dip your quill pen into the ink. Well as it were you asked. Is it no no. I'm being. I'm being very literal here and you had to paint a picture and you had to write it. You had to wait for the ink to dry. Then you had to fold your parchment and lick the envelope and off. It went probably on a pony. I mean it. It took a long time. You know for a young horny couple to a consummate their youth than their hornets in that way. And so yeah. It's completely different today. But it's not an example. As long as people have been walking around they've been looking for ways to titillate one another yup and back then it was all about the anticipate. Say haitian correct so the pushback i got on. The story came in two different forms of. I heard from some parents who didn't like the way they felt as they drove their van. Load of children. You know off to go skiing and suddenly heard dirty jobs guy you know talking in terms that seemed soleil audie a bit naughty and so okay point taken i got it but you know it happened The second group was from the typical army of characters who were quite certain in their belief. That that custer did not die in the way i described but rather in a different way and they had lots of footnotes and sources and they directed me to those sources and sure enough. There's a lot of ambiguity out there. Look he wasn't found for three days. You know the condition of his body. Well it's up in the air there so many conflicting accounts out there that it's really hard to know with certainty which is correct but again that's the whole point. It's it's the certainty of the thing that in this podcast is more interesting to me anyway. Then the accuracy of the thing. Because whether you're right or whether you're wrong isn't it fascinating these days. How certain we all sound. And as my friend mike rowe once said in very episode. I sound no less certain. When i'm right than when i'm wrong even when i'm wrong by a two trillion i mean to be to be wrong by two trillion universe. I mean it galaxies. If that if that doesn't humble you then then i doubt you're capable of of humility and that was the other reason why i like this chapter so much individually the story about custer is what it is an individ- it individually the story about narrating how the universe works is what it is but when you put them together i think you do get an opportunity to to reflect on the difference between being right and being certain and to me more so than anthony weiner sexting and the headlines that to me is the topic. That's really worth talking about today. Right now you know this the the advent of fake news and the certainty that allows it to proliferate in the way that it has are just checking to make sure that you're still recording right. Now i was. I was because honestly i was pretty proud of that last hundred days i thought man. I really be disappointing. If that had gone it. Sure would but are you with me. I mean it's not fake. News is not a thing that simply infected the news institutions were our our journalists. Fake news is a relatively new term. I don't know exactly who coined it. I think it might have been trump But i'm not sure but it seems now to apply not only to journalism but obviously to to politics but also to science and medicine and our universities and hollywood and of course our own history. You know what's real and what's fake. Well that depends on what statue you're talking about and who you're asking and so every single thing today seems to require new level of skepticism. And you can't blame a reasonable citizen for looking at anything. They hear and second guessing it. I don't think isn't it isn't it also that a less than quote unquote fake news. More the idea that everything. Everyone is biased. Therefore reporting has reporting has gotten just a journalism sort of shat. The bed as it more to me. It's like there are too many adjectives in journalism anymore. Right you wanna get just the facts you wanna. You wanna just hear what happened. The president said this. You know the the governor did that mom and in instead of saying he you know the way in which he said at the way in which he did it well we need places to go for context and colored and incite. But but if that's all you have then you really don't. It's like going behind the scenes without there being a scene. You know you have to have just the facts before you can color them. So the facts with regard to the universe are there are currently two trillion known galaxies. The fact with regard to customer is that six hundred men died on the banks of little big horn river as the result of a man who said follow me and the men did right. And so you start with what you think you know and then you can add some context and you know this that and the other but look it's the the presence of certainty is the thing that's most interesting to me. Because even as the facts become catchier and sketch here the level of certainty with which they're delivered becomes increasingly vociferous so in some ways the presence of certainty is sort of the equal and opposite thing to the absence of humility. And i'm not sure which one is more important. But i don't think i think you can have a presence of humility and a presence of certainty somehow were and other things have become deliciously and and and you hear it you know you hear it in the way people talk you hear it in. Newscasters you hear it in narrators like me you know again. It's why the podcast and the book wasn't called the way it was. It's called the way. I heard it because a lot of certain people are out there. Digging in on a lot of different topics look anthony. Fauci sounded awfully certain when he told me that mass masks didn't work. You sounds pretty certain now to. I'm going to call for an excuse me. I always call. When i talk about dr fauci and you look to the left so but am am. I going too far with that. You know my critics would say mike. You missed the point sciences. Always about you know moving on and and admitting when you're wrong and i say well that's kind of what i'm saying you have to be humble if you're scientist because the greatest minds in physics were just off by two trillion so the greatest minds in medicine might be mistaken unless of course we're talking about noble lies which is a whole 'nother topic but i just think that in the end this this chapter is about the dangers of certainty and it's the best example i have of for the program. That's at the beginning of the book that says be wary of all earnestness. That's what earnestness. It's it's the presence of certainty. The absence of humility and that just absolute conviction absolute conviction that you're right and everybody else and i think you're absolutely wrong. Mike one hundred percent not even close well the way you say it sounds there you go so tell me. Tell me about the The the story at grumpy and and tell me what like do you remember. Who was there that you you had this conversation with well. Two things grumpy is a little bar here in san francisco not far from a one union where i recorded the story. I'm going there for nearly twenty years. You know i came up here to host evening magazine back in two thousand one and walked over to grumpiness with a guy named james. Reid had a couple of beers one afternoon and conceived of an idea called. Somebody's gotta do it. Which went onto become dirty jobs and so forth and so on so grumpy has always been a place where i've gone usually at the end of spending a few hours recording this that or the other and on this particular day This would have been probably two thousand eleven maybe two thousand twelve or maybe later. I'm just. I'm trying to get it right. Because how the universe works has been on my mind a lot lately. We just right. We just redid the deal and we're going into season nine right now so this was probably like season six or seven so would have been more like two thousand I dunno sixteen. It was within the last twenty years. Go on and so there. I was in grumpy. Having just walked over from one union recording having just narrated the episode i described and yeah i ordered an anchor steam and started eavesdropping on a conversation with a couple of guys from berkeley. Who were two or three stools down and They were talking about the universe and i. I just couldn't get involved. Because i you know i narrate a program and so the the conversation morphed pretty quick into into global warming and so we were having a big conversation about the climate and more and more people in the bar got involved Including a a professor from berkeley. I forget her name but she was there and she had some some really definite opinions. You know and this isn't about denying this or or that it. It's just about a conversation between a bunch of nice people who were all of joining a social lubricant and who all sounded very very very certain about their beliefs vis-a-vis the end of the world. Would it be and twelve years as we're hearing now from many Would it be at the Would it be as a result of fossil fuels carbon footprints. Would it be you know all that stuff was suddenly being discussed and having just narrated that particular episode of that particular show. I could not help. But share my belief that the that the certainty that i was hearing from the group was not unlike my own certainty as i announced to the scientific community vis-a-vis how the universe works that there were one billion universes galaxies in the universe only to have to correct myself a week later to the tune of two trillion so that that brought the conversation to an end. I well if it certainly shifted to a new topic which at i think were. What are you watching on netflix. And and so it was interesting right because we went from this world of science and certainty to a topic that we could be completely subjective with and not upset anyone right because now if i'm talking about you know. My favorite movies are my favorite series. Well that's okay if you have a different one because we're not reliant on the same set of facts and we don't have to agree really about anything in order to enjoy each other's company and we still have our certainty with regard to this this personal thing that we loved you know maybe it was the sopranos or maybe it was breaking bad or maybe it was gavin and stacey or whatever it was so you get into a very different world when you're talking about your your favourite fashion or your favourite film as opposed to the absolute nature of the end of the earth and the absolute detail with which custer's body was found one hundred thirty five forty years ago and so forth. So you know to put a bow on this thing. It's a rumination on certainty combined with a look back at history shot through with a conversation about current events gen gently lubricated with the presence of some anchor steam. It's that well great. I think that's a great place to stick a pin in it. But i wanna remind everyone. I that if you you've just heard chapter four of the way i heard it by micro the book based on this podcast if you would like to hear the entire audio version of this book uninterrupted you can get it wherever fine audio books are sold. You sound mighty certain chuck. I'm pretty sure just about just about anywhere. Fine books are sold otherwise. We'll see you next week. Hey you enjoy yourself down there. And whatever carolina you're in say. Hey your family. For me i will. I absolutely will and Oh on monday. You know we save. Which would be yesterday when this comes out like it's out now. Oh yeah tell. You really haven't quite cracked the whole space time leading you thing. No no i haven't but But yeah so Six degrees with micro on discovery plus. It's coming if it's not here already. It's coming and yeah. We'll be flogging that pony a much more later on but yeah brand new show chuck and i worked on available On discovery plus their new streaming service. So there you go look at it. I don't feel personally comfortable flogging. Anything else at this point in time you sound certain about that. Well i'm sort of this will be back next week until then of using.

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Episode 116: The State of Social Media

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Episode 116: The State of Social Media

"Everybody will bali. I'm caroline april and as always looking for my good buddy seth robinson out seth. Hey how's it going going okay. How are you holding up in the weather. I'm good. I mean i'm in chicago so we we've had weather but we always do so. Yes aim you know. But my sister lives in texas and she's been living in a hotel for the last three nights because they she's in san antonio and is in the thick of the hell is going on down there So she had to move her self. Her has been there two adult children while they're college age children who just happened to be home on break. So there were at the house they would have been better off being at school and their dog living in a hotel room. So you know they're safe and sound but it's a bit of a nightmare we're all I guess they could have jumped on a plane to cancun point Getting a text about that from my brother-in-law who is a judge in san antonio. He's my my My sister's husband obviously and he was a staunch republican. And i think he's jumping ship at this point they do so so we have a guest today. Yeah we wanted to talk about a topic. That was a really big deal. Several years ago right like i thinking about it and social cloud and mobile like they were vendors that were putting those three together like this thing you know they they would call it a saying and social has obviously been a big topic sense that point but i think not in quite the same way not not in terms of businesses using strategy and it's obviously stepped into kind of a different part of the spotlight with interactions with society and how it's kind of changing and driving society. So we wanted to have someone on that Spend oliver time dealing with these things. It's not senior director of social media. Kelly stone kelly. How're you doing. i'm awesome. I'm also in chicago. Land and this is a snow that i've seen in my adult life because it just keeps coming. Yeah i moved here from minnesota so I've seen it. You know i'll be glad to see it. Go also exactly. The first snow is always fun. The one hundred and eleventh snow is not fun. No get old. I'm a new england person and so this is just the way it is but Yeah christmas right. It's like if you're going to have snow at least some of the. Yeah we did. We had a ton of snow for christmas. We've just had a ton of snow all but february been unusual. But it's it's fine You know you'd have to put your boots on and your coat and bundle up and deal with it you know. The movie fargo So where francis mcdormand and she's pregnant and she's just got that leg giant park on that like hat with for ram and everything and she's in the big boot. Yeah that's kind of here for a while. Not real sexy but you know it is what it is all right so social kelly like like. I said this has been in the spotlight in different ways. It's kind of been A narrative that's unfolded in some interesting ways over the past ten years. And so i thought we would just start at a real high level. What do you see as the state of social here in twenty twenty one. What are some of the biggest issues. What are some of the biggest challenges moving forward. I think what we've seen and asked five to ten. Years is an unrelenting march towards sophistication. I think one of the most insidious things that the social media industry ever did was allow regulators citizens governments to believe that social media is perpetuated by young kids. Funny colored hair who wears who wears zip ups and Talk in memes. I think it's a lot more scary when you consider. Social media is actually perpetuated by people. Like me who have mastered disagrees and are using it for a high level of research and sophistication had ask somebody in twenty fifteen what role social media hasn't elections. They might say you know. Barack obama had a really great social media presence and it probably had an impact as opposed to today. We know that the twenty sixteen electric is very much influenced by the perpetuation of social media. So it's an entirely different worlds. It's different professionals. That are running it and it's very different goals and outcomes today. Yeah i think that's that's interesting. I think there's been a lot of underestimation when it comes to social media and like you're saying kind of underestimation of who's doing it. I think there's been underestimation of these companies in terms of what happens when you get to scale and i think there's been some underestimation of of people that are using it about like what it looks like to be broadcasting to everyone and that maybe if suddenly you're broadcasting to everyone in your network and you're putting out certain messaging you're not being careful about how you would normally changed that messaging because you're aware of which group you're talking to so i think all of that has kind of led into the current situation. I we've seen this across the industry. There's all sorts of tropes about politicians. Anthony weiner not understanding the difference between a direct message a publicly broadcasted tweet these taken down politicians and pillars of society alike. Yeah i. I agree that i think that With you kelly. In terms of social media's initial caricature of being only the dominion of teenagers and kids and they definitely used it. They're awful lot of the larger platforms now as you. Well know. and they have their own little things that they've moved onto but as far as the use of social media as a business tool specifically marketing and communications but other ways use it. And then i want. I don't want to focus entirely on the channel. But that's an area that i spend a lot of time my time on and you know we've asked them how they communicate using social media and the they all enthusiastically say that doing so But in practice it doesn't really look like they've evolved all that much or they've learned the specific techniques that it takes you. What what are you seeing from. A business perspective When it comes to the use of some of these platforms. I think we've seen a really big divide between those who are doing it right and those who think they're doing it right Specifically in the last year we're recording this podcast in three different locations car. United states were one of many businesses that has not reconvened since march. It's very feasible that we work with people that may never meet now in this remote virtual worlds and environment where we're inundated with every company that we've bought something from in the past ten years telling us their cova response plan. Social media has been a way to cut through some of that noise and reach people in unexpected ways and support people in unexpected ways so having just a social media presence has evolved. You not only need a presence. You need a strategy with tactics that roll up to it. What are some of those tactics. Some of the tactics that have helped win hearts minds and accounts are being a person online and being genuinely helpful. We had a very distinct shift at the beginning of the quarantine pandemic of making sure that we are being genuinely helpful to people who are following us and serving the needs of the people who choose to follow. I think the people who are doing it right are those who are scheduling their social media. Presences who are making sure that they're consistent across Days and weeks so they're going in there checking in on people they're making thoughtful comments shea share useful content and being very thoughtful about how often they're going to the well to ask people to take an action. That's very business related So they're thinking about this as more than just one platform and more than just one direct shot from a post to assail. They're thinking about this as a nurture cycle And they're incorporating smart things like video and photos and things that make people stop scrolling pay attention. Yeah i i liked that point about the last thing we need about scrolling and paying attention because i wonder to play devil's advocate here because as an older person i often wonder You know how much of social media is fad versus Something that's up substance in. How much of it is a grant waste time for many businesses and people in in real life and and i'm curious what your thoughts are on that. There's definitely a lot of time wasting going on out there. Which can be therapeutic in this day and age doom scrolling as a thing that people do for better or for worse. But all of that said. I think we've transcended the flash in the pan trend. I can remember in the ninety s. why does pepsi need a website Clearly every business needs a website just like now every website. The is a social media presence. A huge part of my early career was justifying why we need social media and why it's important and how it can help affect our board directed. Kpi's it's more about. What are you going to do with social media to be true to your brand and perpetuate it that in the marketplace You know those conversations are happening. Whether you're on social media or not the differences now you can listen in on those conversations and participate. Learn something from it as well. Your point there about the social presence enhancing companies identity. What are you seeing out there. In terms of companies really understanding that and integrating their social activity in with whatever else is happening whether that's the overall marketing strategy whether that's the overall content strategy I think that a lot of companies you know ten years ago. Maybe tweeted social as something that was happening vacuum and even if they were managing it and maybe giving it attention it was a little more isolated from other parts and now i think we're seeing that if it's if it's part of that brand identity than it has to be integrated with everything and so are. Are you seeing companies embrace that or is there still a learning curve. There i think the companies that are embracing that immigration are the ones that are making progress with social media. It can be really attractive and tempting to try and have the next viral post. But that doesn't work for every business and the tweets that would surprise and delight us from wendy's wouldn't go over very well if they came from the cdc or if fidelity tried to make a mr beast style video on youtube it would be this bizarre upside down world So the organizations that are using social media effectively are the ones that recognized that social media is not an offshoot that exists on a for a different work stream from the rest of your marketing. Social media needs to have a seat at the table and it needs to be something that happens at the beginning of creating a campaign as opposed to at the end. We've created this great microsite. How can you press your magic viral button to get it in front of people so figuring out how to integrate social media in tier plan makes a huge impact in not only how it's perceived on social media but how it performs within your organization and how we're seeing this happen is You know there's a push towards a digital strategy that encapsulates social media and also thinks about video when email and search engine marketing and all of these different things that create a cohesive plan that your audiences engaging with after the fact so curious That all said how does one a business for instance go about choosing the social media platforms that they want to use. I mean there's certain criteria that they should be looking for. I know it's not many are not using just a single platform they're using a different apps and different platforms. That are out there but they all seem to have a distinct message. Verse linked in is different than twitter is. Different from facebook is different from all these other smaller ones. That have cropped up. How does one go about evaluating what they think is the best tool. That's going to get them the best. Roi i think the first thing to kids for is your audience. You're going to have a lot more success. Talking to people in place that they already goto as opposed to bringing them to a new place so depending on who your target audiences that place very well may be linked in or it could be twitter. It might be instagram. It could even be tiktok if you're looking at a younger audience but figuring out where that audience is is the first step then you have to figure out what sort of content is going to be attractive and useful to them. How do you reach them with something that they want to engage in So you want to build content around their needs and solving for their business problems. One thing that. I have said before that i still think is really valid. If you're feeling stretch then if social media's new to you kick one site and do it really really well before you try to do five sites with the same contents and just repeating it and over again One site done very well might be all that you need depending on your business needs and of course t. a. Does have a marketing tool kit to help you. Assess the these needs were currently in the process of updating it and not be available at connect dot com dot org when it's available. I also wrote a blog post as a companion to this so watch for that on the website as well. I like that advice because it's You know you can be jack-of-all-trades kind of thing just to use the metaphor here but Sometimes it's best to just be really good at the one thing and then maybe to extend it to this be really good on one platform. Nothing annoys me. More than people telling me if i write something or if built some sort of power points like pushed it out to all your channels. I'm like what does what does this mean You kidding you can this builder person in may push it out to all of your channels. They cultivate one. That's great so sort of like that advice right or not. A television set with multiple channels. Where people that are. Trying to perpetuate very specific business needs. And i think that when we start to think about it and then this mechanical way we start to lose the magic of it we start. Lose the social aspect of social media. Yeah i agree hundred percent and that kind of ties into the last thing. I wanted to ask you kelly. As we're dealing with you know social aspect and social issues going back to point you made the beginning of the podcast here recognizing that the message that you want to put out on social media is going to maybe a broader audience than you would have if you were having a live event you know with with people that are are bought into you know to your company and so if a company puts out these messages on social media that they want to identify with so for example if a company puts out we support. Black lives matter. That's going out to a very broad audience. there's probably going to be some blowback on that. You know what advice would you have for companies as they have these internal discussions. Think about what messages that they wanna put out and then prepare for whatever the repercussions might be. I think the first thing that you need to do is have a concept of what your core values as an organization are and make sure that your communications are congruent with those core concepts the aware that at you may lose customers as a result of taking a stand and be okay with the concept that perhaps those weren't the customers that were right for you. If you're okay with all of those assumptions than yes take a stay and make your opinion known Because there will also probably be a equal and opposite contention of people who respect taking a stand Also what goes hand in hand with that is. Make sure that you have a process in mind outlined in writing preferably about what happens if something gets bigger than you anticipate We call this a crisis. Communications report We have a little bit of a standard operating procedure around that intern. Who to contact how to assess if this is a big deal and what happens then if calling it a crisis. Communications plan is intimidating. Just think about it as a playbook of what will happen if the unexpected happens Stay true to that plan. Foul the course And consider before you may make these statements that one they're out there they are out there As you've mentioned seth things can get bigger and go to different audiences than you intended. There used to be this question of. Should i maintain a personal and professional. Facebook page should maintain a personal and a professional twitter account. Chances are if you had to separate those audiences and you're concerned about your professional network tapping into some of your personal things that you're putting out on the internet. You probably don't wanna those on the internet to begin with an having those two separate only increases the chances that you'll make a mistake in post something in the marketplace. The internet dangerous sometimes. Yeah yeah don't don't turn tweet. And the internet never forgets. No doesn't well. These great insights. kelly. I really appreciate you joining us today. Thanks for having me. This is great. Yeah thank you very much. This has been a great conversation on a big topic and mike. Kelly said she's going to have a follow up blog post here so we'll link to the blog. I in the show notes. So that when that post goes up people can check it out and Kelly looking forward to seeing you again in person sometime in the hopefully near future. Absolutely stay safe guys. Yeah it'll be nice when we can all get together again. But in the meantime. Thank you kelly again. I take care already bye-bye.

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Episode 313  Detroit SheTown Film Festival

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Episode 313 Detroit SheTown Film Festival

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Listen these for what ten years now or soon as facebook came out by kids first day of school. There are a group of labout. I think four people that make it a point talk about how much they hate today. Oh yeah social and none of them like the ones funny one of them that is kids. Now are old enough to go to school. They dropped off. They didn't say they didn't compose the one that doesn't have kids complain the one that posted every three minutes. I'll entire labor day weekend mr mr hamtramck august. You're the one that's complaining about today but i see thirty eight posts from you on labor day but no no today's bad for you right. I get it seriously <hes> no but you know what i for my friends and family writers. It's the easiest way to not you know like most of the lakes were from friends and family like watch. What facebook is supposed to be my guide. Your kids have grown up. Oh my god yahweh okay. That's good seeing oh my god. Last time was gretchen. Choose your daughter's going to be dating soon notion. Ah whatever just deal get get get some kids and then. I'll like your crowd i so i spent <hes> i spent this. I i had an absolute salute mazing weekend. I got <hes>. I got the privilege to d._j. Probably one of the coolest parties that you'll ever doesn't you can't recreate this in in the u._s. Twelve cities of like ex ex german refugees and their families that all come together once a year done labor day weekend and mostly people see each other once a year just completely come unglued get completely drunk. It's a couple couple thousand people and <hes>. I'm reason i'm sharing. This is i need to is a guy comes up to me that i've seen the last party i did and he says do you. You have the johnny depp song i go. What are you talking about. He's like it is the number one for about the last year. It's been the number one song in germany. Every night. Club plays it twice a night. It's become the new hey baby and i'm like now like was he. Aching your chain. No verify verified verified. I went and looked on youtube and there's like a concert with this guy singing. This song probably two hundred thousand people in the crowd bigger than like lollapalooza ah palooza. This is the biggest hit like there's ever been and i just wanna say i. I love my culture. I'm very proud of where my parents it came from and i w t f i like beer and pretzels but song like it just makes me question everything about my heritage <hes> i don't. I don't even know where to go with it. It's just here here you ready. No no don't and in this song goes on for a little while. I wanna fast forward a little bit and there's like the slow part where like drops down and then they redo the chant depth dept it <hes> johnny depp johnny johnny and you'll be i i i have no words and i can't understand all the words but he talks about how like i need to go back and work socks and i wanna go back talking about like the club and then gyp de <hes> johnny johnny i have no idea and then the guys in the pirate and the video appear at i'm i'm dumbfounded and i found myself singing it all day today at work and it's so stupid it's stuck. It's been stuck in my head all day. I don't know what to do with it. I don't know what to make of it. I know what to do with it and here's the thing we always talked like south park nailed it with the faith plus one. We're like we're gonna sell a million. Records are going to be a christian rock ryan which i always thought it was the key to success right whom he can't make anymore in pop who'd he goes plays country. Who who makes these millionaire again like. I'm going to be a german popstar like a swear to god. This guy looks like this guy looks like a guy. That'd be like the bar after we hang hang out here and now he's like singing johnny depp and his repeats it was some cheesy technical poppy follows. You just passed it on to us now and we were enrolling. Y'all aww you're all going to be on youtube. Look all of a sudden. Yes sales have spiked in the u._s. After some resurgence yeah i don't know what to make of. I see i'm seriously dumbfounded when i went in two thousand and two the ketchup song broke the lhasa whatever yeah yeah i remember. I'm i'm not yet i remember the area and then i was like this is going to make in the u._s. Owes like robe. I was all in never made it here. It was like number ten one time on m._t._v. v._r. Allah whatever this are shocked to death of the sun makes it anywhere close to a border here in the u._s. I mean it's right up there. David hasselhoff has seen that's a that's. It's a fallacy handle hasselhoff like they laugh now. He sucks like only one the only when reagan told him to break down that wall and he's saying look in full free the only time hasselhoff was good in germany and it was downhill ever since the one thing i learned this week. Though kind of going through through going through our stories is <hes> don't ever ever mess with hackers <hes>. I'm looking at this story here. How just learned that this week. We didn't learn this week. I'm just trying to be a for for the sake of story so we we talked a while ago about <hes> like the bounty programs yeah the valve body programs and they hit the. I like kid that made a million bucks so vice drops a story about how hackers basically dropped a steam a zero day after after being banned by by the bug bounty program <hes> these banning him was a mistake you know they basically apologized because the guy probably threatened them but he made the bug bug public anyway well. They said it was a mistake. After after he was destroy it and drop the zero day bug for same yeah and what's hacker one was the bounty program right and they handle the bugs bunny program for valve and the valve elvis's banning and with him was a mistake no kidding <hes> he was <hes> he was prevented from using the reporting service after valve rejected his findings that the problem would not happy fixed and he found a similar bug same thing and then he decided to release it publicly and then abandoned for releasing publicly instead of going through the process but they told him no. It's not it's gonna work but it was an actual surprise. It is right nice and he's like. I realized nothing was going to change. This is what he said to the guy says on twitter and the lowest the notice my last message in the thread only two weeks there's nothing left other than make the report public and they banned him and then okay grandma dropped zero day and good luck the <hes> the other fun place to be is apparently <hes> galaxy's edge as we know it would be oh but well i mean it's fun which the weight lines are up to three hours long already <hes> but holt for the love of god do not by one of the little thermal detonator you're coke cans because the little things that you know laya was holding in her hand <hes> when she was in jobs palace they made a whole bunch of coke and sprite and other do things to look like that and apparently they're popular souvenirs but the t._s._a. Will confiscate them four empty. Both no full i get you can't bring a can of coke anyway. Look like a thermal detonator which is really a real weapon but it kind of looks looks like a grenade and so people get twitchy and do dumb things and yeah but here's the thing that's the one you you need to have if that like if it's a five out of all the expensive shit at that i'm not buying the twenty five thousand dollars or two d to know you're buying three of these right and put on a shelf and you're getting three to your friends because you need to have this. This is like the must have thing for five bucks which is cheaper than a bottle of water at disney. Yeah no kidding and you crooks because status may reverse that what t._s._a. rivers since when oh did they okay okay so as i say that was just this week or last week because fans were quick to ask of removing the cap and would be restored in her luggage and they squash washed the loophole. Oh and now they've finally now. They finally said okay. We can okay well. Then crisis averted. How many people about those not all of them all of them. They got screwed. That's what everyone that's one thing you would buy. If you're going to take anything back from the park. That would be the one thing. Wouldn't it 'cause. I'm not going to spend three hundred dollars for a droid. That's a really good thing the the forty dollar cocktail. I can't take with me because i'm gonna you know pete out a minute right so i want the thermal detonator and i wanna make the noise that princess princess leia makes under the mask which i can't replicate but i wish i could no other her voice exactly whatever that was awful. We'll never do that it again. So we've talked about this. Show jillion times <hes> if you're not caught up or not paid attention to the cobra kai series on youtube <hes> because it was only on youtube premium <hes> season one has now dropped for free <hes> season to the first episode has dropped and they are releasing another episode subsequently every week so if you've not checked it out check it out. It's a damn good series. They've done a hell of a job with it. The only catch it's not ad free so we're gonna have to well heaven. Forbid watch a couple commercials. Ooh <hes> echoing dave's comments <hes> it couldn't have been more perfectly written they had every every avenue to screw this thing up roy absolutely <hes> and they made it they gave enough twists and turns and great writing and nostalgia moments instthat. It wasn't like episode. Seven member bury's <hes> on. It's not the footloose remake. It's not the yeah it's not a remake. Its continuation which which i give the past hollywood. If you wanna like again you wanna do mad max continuation awesome robocop review kiss my die to find a grease fire right up doc but yeah no if you haven't checked cobra kai yeah go go and then the other one we've we've talked about <hes> because the story is fascinating and will not die <hes> fire. The festival is back in the news yet again because they are ceiling <hes> the the estate or the the organization. That's still holds fire festival symbol as thing has sued blink one eighty two to return. There are five hundred thousand dollar appearance fee. How is the fire. I was even exist exist like what exists well. I mean there's the organization that everybody is suing. There's still several class action lawsuits pending against fire festival as a thing which made me laugh at the other thing that broken the news last week is that apparently jar rule is throwing himself behind another music festival l._a. Dude isn't it really isn't he. Broke just which is probably why he's throwing himself behind right festival <hes> just to just take the hit that you took and move on alleged do not i mean we heard the story that puff. Daddy has to pay sting like six hundred thousand dollars a year for the worst song ever missing you. You don't thing like joe royle's making money by doing that seventy three times you think how much money he's gotta be making not an update. He's making six hundred thousand from missing you which uh haven't heard played in fifteen years. When's the last time you listen to radio but i kind of five one one seven. I listen to all the time other than yeah yeah. I don't. I don't have serious anymore. Accent travels much so only throwback channels nothing else guys <hes> so this one i want. I'm talking to this the talking about this story a lot with people this weekend <hes> because there are a lot of people that that use these hippies apparently there are there's a whole market out there for counterfeit <hes> <hes> we'd vape cartridges <hes> that will fit in your jewel or will fit in your you know whether it's a bay or any of the ones that are out there basic is a._b. His kids just like selling oregano in the seventies. We'll know here's the problem <hes> so a lot of these counterfeit cartridges are putting people in the hospital with really we really serious bad lung conditions <hes> and there's been at least a couple of deaths reported about as well who is buying vape cartridges from the guy. I down the street dude. A lot of people apparently a lot of people or like well so that's the thing so it's not even it's so it's like you go to like a you know a a market you know whether so you know like rust belt or eastern market wherever you go to market and it's like you don't necessarily like people buying them. Don't necessarily know their counterfeit because it's the brand names games that are out there that are legit retailers but they're counterfeits. <hes> you know kinda like you know you know. It's not really any bag that you're buying in chinatown. I it's really not that's yeah real. No no certainly not louis vitton never made us wetsuit swearing up and down that you got the louis louis. No blacks are l. A._b._c. ks no but no so but it's a it's a real serious thing so you know if we've talked about this before bulow vaping so much healthier a no. It's really really not because you're pulling this shit on a water rayburn. You're giving yourself pneumonia anyway <hes> but pay attention to what the hell you're buying your cartridges from if like i get it you know people want the we'd the pens and the weed cartridges and that kinda shit but it's not way too many people are winding up in the hospital was super serious conditions. Just chill be smart so speaking of speaking of things that we don't buy weed speaking so let's talk about something we'd like tech crunch email than article and stuff like this it it hits the news at bothers me like it says now facebook says it may remove like counts now a why would this make the news because the because it happened and like so somebody at it and i've noticed it <hes> they're kinda getting away from how they've done things with at least the android version of facebook. Where are you don't necessarily see how many likes you've gotten something in your notification feed. It's in a different place now so like if you go back to your post and take a look at that you might see it but like he's like you know hey you've got you know so and so and thirty other people like post. You don't see that in your notifications feud anymore so the reason why it broke because somebody saw that started digging and realize that it's availa- you know that's happening here but not for all android users and i don't believe that it hit the iphone platform yet either well. It's the idea he has to prevent users from comparing like the bigger weiner principal like oh. My god is personnel. Fifty lakes in this is the thing that my kids do. I i yelled at him about it but they were deleting posts. That weren't getting enough likes in a quick enough time and i'm like posed. What do you want to boast right here. Take me about the reaction. You need affirmation but that's but that's what this become so now if you take it away you basically. I think you're killing the platform because that's the whole point isn't it. It's like oh who did who liked to check on your crib everyone does i don't care like you know i mean like even with facebook's generic genetic algorithm like i'll see stuff that people posted two three four five days ago and it'll be my first exposure to it because someone liked didn't bubble it up yeah or whatever dum dum not a fan. Someone's gotta come. Someone's gonna come up with a better mouse trap. You know what i am a fan of though was and i'm just i'm just going to put the south generically <hes> bang bros. I'm a huge fan of bang bros <hes>. I didn't even realize they were still relevant. I who knew like it was like a thing like in one the main aims area to i've ever but so apparently there was a website out there porn wikileaks <hes> that maintained basically dachshund porn stars and giving out like their real names really real phone numbers real all that stuff <hes> so back rose went and bought the site <hes> by and bought like audio like do they like do like fake by like. We're like interested in your and like we're going to pay like we're interested. Party didn't come as were bang umbro's sure. I'm sure it was like a third party thing <hes> but basically bought the when i say they bought the site i mean like they bought where the site was actually hosted <hes> because because they got the hard drives and then torched them live <hes> in their first two safer work video that they've ever done and that's amazing like that's a super super cool thing see. Here's here's what i don't get a lot of things i like and don't like for the most part of eleven light live guy. Everybody knows that <hes> if you don't like porn lake i don't wanna be the door. Don't you change the channel but dude. You're gonna like put people's personal information online. Help people do harm to them like who is a special place place in hell for you like you know yeah. That's that's one of those things that i've never a- and i don't care what the circumstances are that that whole thing of you know of dachshund. Somebody and hey here's their home address and here's our home phone number and here's dude just there. There's never a good reason for that like. I don't care if it's a porn star a white supremacist. I i just know it doesn't matter at that. Let the court steel within like jesus christ yet. 'cause i mean especially. Do we all know what people order online and an and that turns into a mob real quick which turns into like you like what if they put the wrong address in there for somebody and then you wind wind up you know it's like swatting you wind up storming somebody's house. That's not even affiliated with what you're whatever. Dumped stories are coming out once a week. Now these swatting swatting stories it's so <hes> i guess a apparently there was a form that at three hundred thousand postive in most of them. They're basically said screw <hes>. It's now gone dezso all that time. He spent <hes> but again i we like to find out who they are not necessarily just like if you come out doing anything else just band. You're shit. Yeah you dead to me now for sure people stupid so i'm not gonna lie like this one. I kind of understand this because i'm in this boat like so. They're trying to figure out. Why did you buy a boat. Never <hes> but like smartphone payments are micro transactions are not catching on in the u._s. at all and they can't figure out why <hes> on because they said it was like eighty four percent of adults in america have a smartphone <hes> but you look at the adoption rate and china is at like eighty percent of adults smartphones us like hey samsung pay apple pay whatever with their phone in america is under ten i i i don. I read this and i don't have an answer for it. I know i've never i don't like it. I don't want to do it. I have no issue. Here's the thing if you wanna make my life easier. You're like i'm all in. It's not difficult to open up my wallet and put a and pull out a car a lot of card that they'd never once. I said oh <hes> so difficult like it doesn't save it. Step by tapping your phone. It really doesn't and then i don't get to like pug your put. Put your pin in. There's an extra level security when you're putting your pin in sixteen fifty three is that okay like i'm agreeing to like. They could put the thing in for i remember once. I did a square at the dc a._f._c. game. I bought a jersey or a whatever for my kid and he didn't give me a receipt and i go to charge me. A thousand bucks like i know i'm getting the email right now. Sit and wait until i get it yeah but like if you're tapping your phone you don't know what the transaction toe tapping your walk it so they got a lot of people as security minded be. It's not doesn't make it that much easier. I don't know yeah i'm going to say about. That's why i haven't done it like i get that. It's a digital in theory. It is an additional layer of abstraction between the point of sale system in your cards. I get it if you want to change things. I talk. I'm going to bring it up one more time for the eight thousand one time. I brought it up on the show yeah when i buy something. Give me a like when you do to f._a. Microsoft and you get when i signed into goal yeah and you get to pop up on your phone my phone inside of a second second yep that says is this you yes or no give me that and you will decrease you will eliminate the whatever billion dollar fraud market that exist exist today and that personnel spent eighty dollars on gas at kroger who they'll buys eighty dollars with gas wouldn't couldn't have done it with my card. If you just do the yeah yeah a two if a pop up it's as yes or no you go do very true doug song of your listen this from duo security. Will you pitch the damn visa. Visa banks do or cisco now cisco whatever they bought them. I don't even wanna diamond royalty for whatever go do <hes> and this is what i love to this the the fact of the title. It's so stupid that the <hes> the twin the c._e._o. Of twitter is twitter was hacked. Talk which really kinda. What's that twitter's fault. It's the cell phone provider so because you know twitter enables the you know you can tweet via taxed so you can t you can send taxed to a number and so that what these guys is did is they actually did because we've talked about this attack vector on the show a couple of different times before where they basically get a sim card they get a new card swapping pop it into a phone and then convinced convince the phone company that you are whoever you're trying to gain access of their phone too so basically like to me. The more important part of that story is they convince somebody that they were the c._e._o. Of twitter and took over his phone. I think it'd be very easy twitter account no. I think they'd be very easy to say. This is his admin assistant assistant jenny or billy or whatever i mean jack dorsey is not you know what i mean. I mean he might for crowd. I mean no no hello. Hello mr darcy's new phone you right wait. I've ordered a new you know and i need access to his you know from the hacking with it was anything no they started spewing like of course like anything anyone anonymously spew racial slurs anti semitic tweets and offensive content before everything was removed so what's your first thought like i'm jack dorsey would like what's your. I thought oh anti semitic racist to say like. I just put my pants or something right right. Yes the the anthony weiner defense i was on. I was drugged at the time trump actors ago yes every day every single final day but yeah apparently <hes> i think the service providers need a good <hes> good do canceling so that's <hes> there's there's like i said to me that was that was the bigger part of that story. Kinda got glossed over right. Hey so. When are you <hes> when you go and zip-line shooting dude i this was this. This story is so just merka so if you're bored with shooting static targets and you're bored with running gun courses there is a guy i who is now built a shooting range where you get on a zip line and as you zip-line as zip down the line you are shooting shooting guns at targets vegas yeah what could possibly go wrong on looking. I'm looking at the youtube video right now at m._g._m. Iron man yeah what what can possibly go wrong. He's load the thing too and he's got a site on it. Oh yeah and he just targets are all my god. That looks so much fun. I look so bad. It's go like this is wild. West is like shooting things on a horse i i it's all because he's yeah you're going left and right and the i want to do it. I i wanna do that on my heart. I'm trying to picture ed no no. It's a hell of a strong zipp speaking of being on a horizontal zip. Take a quick break. Welcome back mike and mandy talking about the detroit sheet town festival. This is the i._t. The d. show hey we'll be right back. 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How are you guys doing tonight thank you i was just reading a little bit and there's you know people look at the word detroit. She town festival. No no there's actually a pretty historic back story to that name. <hes> let's start talking about. What's what's the back story on on the name well it kind of originated from the twenties and the thirties thirties <hes> when <hes> a male auto workers were kind of upset about women in the in the workforce taking over when of course the boys went to war a lot of women came in and when the boys came back home from war <hes> they weren't exactly offered the same jobs back because women were making next to nothing for the same amount of work and the term sheets on a i'd really hoped by digging through everything that i could dig through to find maybe an organization of she town people women <hes> it wasn't it was just a term that journalists coined that <hes> kind of looks like detroit's becoming the new she town because he's boys can't find work so yeah and <hes> you know oh since the film industry which you know this kind of what mike and i are are part of <hes> you know we're seeing kind of a revolution and seeing more women in better positions and wanted to put more of a light on that so that's what we decided to name the the film festival was off of that awesome lake ticket so this is going on september twelve from seven to ten p._m. At the detroit shipping company well. That's the opening party mixer. Yeah got it and that's open and it's free to attend attend and you so you're telling so. I guess let's jump into it. You start listing off all these people that are going to be here at first thing. I said he was like oh. How how in the blue hill did you get all these people to come to detroit for film festival well. I guess unless you want to let you know let's start with that. Then i'll jump back to the origins of how you guys even decided to do a film puzzle here a lot of people from outside of the state. Just really they really wanna come to detroit. I mean that's really you know they the name detroit in our festival. Has you know just excited people. They really you know they read a lot about it. They hear the good they hear the bad and they wanna see the good in there you have the facts thanks bye-bye and so they want to come here and they wanna see it and <hes> you know flea provides a great networking opportunity for filmmakers here to get to meet people you know and filmmakers and those who they wouldn't just get a chance to meet otherwise well and i guess that's that's a question like i one would assume the detroit right. Filmmaker community took a hit when all the incentives went away right like i know that was like all the you know we dealt with it out of the russell batman versus superman film on their transformers one of them film down there <hes>. There's a lot of stuff going on and it's still gone. It's still gone yeah yeah and a lot of really quality filmmakers and people who are you know key crew went to the places where they could get work. You know whether it was l. a. or it was atlanta new orleans. Sir kinda left a void. Definitely <hes> ended still avoid so you know. I think that you know there's a lot of filmmakers who hit it heavy and i i mean i'm always of the opinion if you can make it in detroit. You can make it anywhere so i didn't. I feel a lot of filmmakers have cured. There are partnered up. They've also worked in commercial and they've worked in corporate and you know hone their skills and also tunnel a freelance opportunities for that and detroit one. Oh one absolutely it's all about the side hustle in that you know people people get to know each other and they get to work with each other and we're all creative so of course we have you know things in our minds that we want to see on the big screen so you know these he's creative projects that come together what greater place to show than here and what greater place to bring everybody together. That's interested in this and wants to collaborate. It's it's it. It was positive last year. I mean definitely so. When did you have the big aha moment that we need to do this just curious. I i know for me. I'm i mean i've been a filmmaker for better part of a decade and i've been to hundreds of film festivals and there's there's always been it's it's a completely different experience when you go to i would say just a regular film festival versus something that's specific. That's a women's film festival when you get a bunch of women in a room together. There's like a crazy sense of camaraderie. <hes> and it's just a different experience and that's what i thought i went to a film festival. A women's film festival in toronto and i just knew we had to do it here. Man and you didn't see very many you didn't see u._c._l._a. You'll see it in new york. You'll see hidden in toronto bigger cities like that <hes> but there's a saddened in here and we want to really bring films to audiences to write <hes> you know it's just it's a lot of short films from here ear michigan from across the u._s. Internationally content use really wouldn't get a chance to see otherwise and <hes> you know bring that to audiences and and you know we we didn't wanna create just another film festival right. There's already a lot of those out there right. We wanted to kind of you. Know bring those voices and bring that hopefully uniqueness to to the to the project so that's where i was going to ask so when you guys announce something like this like. How many submissions do you get their second year. So <hes> submissions went up by about forty percent forty percent this year <hes> so <hes> response is really been great <hes> essay some other cities. You know do something similar lanta boston right and things like that. This is the first here in detroit <hes> that we knew of and <hes> we hope we can only grow bigger as things one so so. Here's a guy the senate has never been to a film festival. I get it. I love movies. I just like everybody else and i had this conversation with a buddy of mine in the car this weekend when he was telling me we know the joker looks really good and we're arguing trailer. Look good and he goes. It goes last film festival. It was added got got a standing ovation. I go because we've got a film festival selana stupid. Tell me why tell me why i'm doing like. I'm dumb like those my first inclination someone. That's what i'm trying to do knows. It's just a bunch of felonies that our beloved no just like no i want you. I'm trying to get to the people that are on the fence about going. I wanna say like okay. This is the reason why you need to be so you know what i'm saying because i mean the general perception when you hear film festival you typically think avante guys serious or dark very new are are very you know it's for the people that like to sit around and smoke cigarettes dark rooms and dissect yeah <hes> <hes> <music>. I think we were pretty clever with the programming with us. There definitely are some subject matters that are quite hard hitting and they're all from. They're all from a woman's perspective so i feel like a lot of these are the subtle context of some of the female i on these films is phenomenal stuff. You don't usually z. stuff. You don't usually quite think about <hes>. I think that as far as far as the program goes though i think we've mixed it up with some great programming was like animations with some comedy and with some you know some documentaries that are thrillers sifi like there's there's john was all over the bar yeah and it's not you know a lotta people base. Maybe movies on like i'm gonna. I'm gonna move. You got brad pitt or something bad. It's not it's not blockbuster thing right but it's a lot of different voices a lot of different content that you know and and you know for now. All we're doing programming. Short films gonna ask what is the definition of a short wealth to us our parameters or anything from two minutes to twenty five <hes> and we just we don't program features just because because we just haven't decided to yet i guess we're both short filmmakers and loved john. We love we love that medium <hes> and you can put a lot a lot of programming in a two hour block like what you would see a feature for an hour and a half two hours you get to see eight ten movies like it's completely different and it's is kind of a neat. Little certain features are harder to program. You know trying to get that audience. Real film festivals like short blac program and they'll have like a couple of features and i always feel like the short film <hes> filmmakers kind of the raw end of the deal because a lot of the promotion goes into the <hes> so this is you know again not only a festival for women filmmakers <hes> but also i short filmmaker so i guess what makes the cut because about violent movies obi's i think everyone's such a wide variety of likes and tastes in movies everything from like john wick to the traumas dachshund ventured to like ben hur doctor zhivago. I mean i mean we all love movies so i guess what makes the cut and what doesn't make the cut good movies. Yeah we have a would you follow what i'm saying like. That's if you watch it and it rocks you to your core. If it makes you laugh war it teaches you something or we ever selection panel right. It's who's weekend's upon weekends on weekends going over. These movies going back over these movies a lot of times. You'll say like you wanna see some grabs you something you haven't seen before. They don't want to say like oh. That's exactly like the matrix meets die hard three. Isn't that all the movies yeah right but that's what we don't wanna see right. We wanna see those is unique right yeah and hopefully we. You know we achieve. I definitely think we didn't ghostbusters but now is with women's. Let's be in a women's women's velvet. If i get ghostbusters that'd be super threw me to ask i'm just i'm just taking a quick cruise to decide identity and i and i 'cause. I was kinda curious. Your criteria not area was had to have at least one of the following it had to be heavy female lead actress role <hes> a female centric story or documentary issue <hes> female director or cinematographer <hes> female screenwriter editor female producer or co producer so i think that was being an exhaustive list yet interestingly jedi. I was like no one of like yeah you're asking for. Just one not and i would think that every movie no no really yeah really i would who submits fellows those criteria but i'm shocked at that's not every movie. No wow no this is why fared yeah no no. It's fair because again. You're bringing things in the light that people that don't see the light because again. I would've thought of you to read that off corner. That's absolutely every single movie that the allows in it. Can i spell the test now. If i had in front of me i could go their certain certain criteria and you would you would think that that would meet meet that and they don't. They don't know what i mean. Katherine katherine bigelow was the last female to win best director and there hasn't been any sense right so for her locker so we started thinking of those high level positions and this is kind of the purpose of the festival to in the networking you you know if you unless you start seeing as a one woman filmmaker. If you let me start seeing people do the things that you want to do and you have some idols. You know some ensure look up to and go. Oh my gosh. They can do this then i can do this. You know unless you have that you're not gonna feel like he can be a problem when guys like me just assume that it's there and it's totally not closet over because i don't think it you know what i mean. No no this is i dig that. You're bringing this out. No because i think about other conversations we've had about women in tech. Yeah sure similar thing and it's i'm glad to see where it's going now and i'm glad to see that there's attention being brought to it and i'm glad to see that there's programs in place to make sure that you know women can actually have some mentors have have a voice and he wrote to at these industries because it's so important that was kind of like when black panther came out african american kids like like i have someone now i can look up to and we again the david. I growing up. We didn't think anything of reaction. You're on your woman right. You would not believe i didn't even believe my reaction was we grow up was one woman in the seventies ziauddin exist for forty years done right exactly but to see it on the big screen woman embodying it in live movies glorious to glorious and i mean gene literally wet like try to control myself wet right now that we always dressed up as superman batman the but we didn't think like hey what's a little african american boy. What's he like gupta dressing up a suit and now comes out like now. You got someone like god again. You don't think of it unless you're staring at it. You know what i mean. It's you know oh. I like i said i'm glad that this is the way it's going because it's been the way it's always been is not the way it always should be sure and so the people that make the short films just i'm just curious like where do they typically yet distribution where they typically get eyeballs outside these festivals like are eh distributed like are they saying hey watch my movie on youtube. Like where would you be able to see some of these short films because again. This is another thing that i'm not privy to manjula ooh well one of our <hes> filmmakers from last year she <hes> she won best in festival <hes> she had a great film called lady hunters <hes> <hes> she got distributed through amazon prime and it was part of lake an anthology of similar. John rudd short films seen black mirror. It's sort of like that but through amazon prime now so she's part of this kind of cool and was on prime on fiery now i know about awesome awesome still out and that's kind of the great thing about getting into short. We got that question allow. Why why do you do this. Do you make any money and you know. There's a lot of different reasons. Why people make sure it's you. You know i mean calling the craft. Call it a demo reel if you will you know i do this so that i can do tv series or what have you but if there's distribution russian going on tour which clearly there is. I want to see more of that. What is some of the more famous ones because when i think short film that comes to my mind is when i was a kid bambi meets godzilla the famous like see. I was like so that i mean the film festival i went to d._c. With spike and mike if any anything you know the <hes> the ability to have well not just cameras on your smartphone but the ability to have cameras and equipment at a decreased bracing racing level has really leveled the playing field in terms of the content. That's out there so sundance film festivals the biggest film festival in existence every a year now they get over. I mean the mind boggles they get over nine thousand short films in which they take about seventy so that is yeah so i mean just so the the playing field is really been leveled a lot right used to have to buy these expensive cameras and these tape decks sure hearings always for tens of thousands of dollars for free so maybe maybe not that says popular. Maybe perhaps but that it's you know democracy is i think that's the the flip side of it too late. You were just touching on as it's not just the leveling the playing field on production. It's love at the playing fields a lot wider when it comes to distribution you know you're you're not dealing with a._b._c. n._b._c. c._b._s. You're not just dealing with you know paramount universal that are you know you've got netflix agreement. You uh-huh well. It's been an it's an evolving thing to you know i mean there's just so much content out there and there's so many different ways is to view it so it's trying to figure out what what road you should go is an experiment itself so i guess going back to my one of my first questions. I asked you when when we were sitting in the waiting room was the list of people that you got and i'm like how you handled it very funny and i kind of left the show i'm like how in the hell did you get this. Many people to come to detroit for this. Thing word of mouth is yeah. I mean that's impressive as all hell. That's what i'm getting at. We'll have about out we'll have about between yeah forty to fifty filmmakers coming from michigan and from the u._s. internationally yeah so yeah so they'll make coming over from australia area. There's filmmakers coming from l._a. New york all around all around the united states from canada physically coming here. I mean just one little quick. Need story was three filmmakers from l._a. Who met here in detroit who all lived in l._a. But never met met here and now they're working on on a new short film project together because they met here but they were doing hozat rights and they've never would've met out there that they all lived there when mike and you're you're. I think you're looking up i._m._d._b. Or something and you're commenting on how you're gonna. You're completely fan blowing out lewis. Who are some of the quote unquote people. You're standing out for that. We should <hes> security to keep you away from. Maybe we should talk real quick about just like our breakdown of like what's playing what night perfect perfect or just because you've got going so yeah so thursday night this thursday but next thursday the twelfth you've got to kick off event over detroit shipping happening <hes> which which great we've got a we've got our studio. They're probably to try to get us. Maybe another show or to there to interview folks that kind of stuff but then starting friday you've got panels thousand showings and events and all that good including after parties at old miami yeah no. There's a there's a the taste is she town as always our kickoff every friday dates <hes> a multi genre block <hes> lot of the filmmakers who have films are coming <hes>. There's also a panel of directors panel the the preceding that i should have led with that <hes> the thrillers friday the thirteenth. Why would you not have a thriller so there's some great films in that <hes> including <hes> there's there's a local one called knock knock that's been killing it in the michigan circuit by the way <hes> desert prayers and amazing when when you were kind of fan growing yes blair who was in detroit becoming human <hes> the bureaucratic and her husband are both going to be there friday night so they have a very large detroit detroit fan base <hes>. They're gonna hopefully get a chance to to meet with so. We're one of the things that's going on. During the taste of town friday night <hes> girls rock detroit. I i knew that name because they've done fundraisers and that kind of stuff at smalls in hamtramck and some of the things i've gone to very cool organizations which film all about them yeah it's it's just <hes> of quick seven minute short documentary about everything that they do within the city of detroit and it highlights <hes> you know their their mission <hes> along with a lot of other really great films that are in that in that block you know it's one of those multi genre blocks which majority of these are <hes>. You know you'll get some. You'll get some comedies. You'll get some doctor gets a nation in great dramas films a couple films that have premiered this year at sundance south south west and to tribeca so so come spring so is there any it's totally out of like <hes> i'm trying to the taste level or like just this the worst the grossest thing because i mean again begin to some people that might be. I'm just wondering where's the line. Is there a liner as women filmmakers when they do horror thriller. It's <hes> it's never ver- overly gross <hes> you know and indie films. I always think trauma wilpon vs aliens. That's the line. I always drew yeah. It's i just feel like a you know it's more psychological horror so easily and it was more in your brain messing. I'm with you yeah. Ali-aliens was there's some pretty cool special effects and we have some zombie films. We have some lake. I mean the special effects that these women are putting together pretty friggin impressive impressive and hand. All the programming blocks are unrated so yeah we have our that so bring your kids if you want to if you dare dare for they are unrated as most film festivals right yes but there's a yeah there's a great great documentary block on saturday which is a real resurgence. Yeah documentaries are huge every turn around. There's another one that either netflix hulu bluer prizes like hey be seeing this yet no but but i wanna way i'm about to learn. You're gonna learn some things now. We're the we're the films being shown show-me. They're being shown at cinema detroit midtown. Okay cool yeah. It's a great little venue and and i don't know i just i i dig it. The filmmakers dig ticket and one of the hatch contestants. We had him nope. I remember vividly no. I don't even know what that means. I think they might have been one of the hatch detroit. Final four one year now has he carta said <hes> sponsored by comerica bank to give money and legal -portant accounting support and to try to launch shit because they're doing an incredible edible job at bringing independent films the independent film art house. They're the only wear you swear a lot i do. They're the only troy besides sides the senate. I was in a i thought yeah magic johnson will solve on cineplex that for like fifteen years i mean there was the g._m. Ranson for their wise movies in the rest in that oh closed house pre d._m. Though wasn't it it was out in the two thousands. I i may have snuck off and watch the movie or to their dogs. We hang out there when we were before we go to the bar that would let's rent center. Walk around to the last film film basically like programming venue standing so now what's the what's the cost ten dollars for a program <hes> the thursday. Yeah i know working parties is a film. Everybody's for that. We have you wanna talk about the director panel on friday night. <hes> director's panel is free also <hes> <hes> that's going to be <hes> moderated by one of our alums from last year <hes> and <hes>. I don't have who's who's going to be on the panel yet. I'm waiting on confirmation from one more <hes> before we release that but that will be on the website but just a great discussion with some of the directors directors who have films in the film festival who are moving and shaking in the industry and i think we'll have some great conversations with whoever comes to totally ten bucks you can sit there like all evening ten bucks for yes for each of the programs so each of the programs are two hours long episode fifty five. I will direct you towards that. That's when they were on the show. I was not there. Yes you were. I wasn't i love. I love how when you like. He's he's proven wrong or something. He'll go away for like twenty minutes. Google's completely ignore the show and then come back with this answer for a case. I did look at me the win fake news fake yeah. All the programs are ten bucks. <hes> there's only there's four programs that are john rhys specific so that would be the thrillers documentaries comedies and there's an l._g._b._t._q. <hes> block also but ah <unk> twelve programs in total twenty four hours programming it works out to about one hundred thirty some films yes and those they're all mixed genres so it's every every program is a cool experience and your websites got a ton of contact because that's the other thing i was clicking around. You like going to your site. <hes> detroit she town film festival dot com <hes> like you've got links and trailers and bios and see everybody. Every every director who provided ahead show has is his debuted on there the bio for them <hes> the description of the film what kind of you know when when it shows so yeah if you're curious and you wanna poke through tracy. Tom film festival dot com. We'll give you just go to the schedule. Yeah yeah yeah this one point yeah and also on their debut. It also shows <hes> all the premier's. We have six world premieres this year six the u._s. Premiers in thirty three michigan premier so lots of films that people have not seen here so i mean obviously this is a press like who who covering this thing like how how many from different genres like magazines and preston news and websites looking all right now decided. It's just curious just asking yeah yeah we're looking. We're going to <hes> yeah we're looking for. If anybody wants to reach out and talk about being on the you you know podcast with four listeners. You got that here but ride. I'm kidding. Hey if you wanna know more detroit she town on film festival dot com september twelfth through the fourteenth fifteenth. Yes see i'm a day off do chick-fil-a schedule. I don't want to work on sundays. They work on sundays every day. Mike manny any look forward to <hes> to the sounds awesome. I love the mission. I love the mission of <hes> everything you guys said seriously. This is <hes>. This is very cool stuff. I'm gonna light myself myself. I'm going to hang out. There's just no. I'm in i'm in <hes> the other detroit sheets on film festival dot com <hes> mike manny appreciate the time spent and this is going to wrap wrap things up for episode three one three the detroit up detroit episode of the teenager show <hes> relate to thank <hes> planet. I'm dot com and also like to thank monday dot com thank you for keeping the lights on on behalf of bob and dave and the gosta randy do us all a favorite drink up your drinks never in the studio with elliot's tweeting from getting notifications the case you tweeting. What the hell is he drinks. Get your phone numbers. You don't gotta go home. You just got to get a hell outta here. Dr careful being dig as i forgot be safe they did. I know you always you say drive careful. 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