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23:35 min | 2 years ago

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Pull Up A Pew- Welcome And Take A Seat!

Pull up a pew podcast

26:22 min | 2 years ago

Pull Up A Pew- Welcome And Take A Seat!

"The. Whether it's guests. Just us. All the sea. We know they'll make me something that lies in between. Drew? My jennifer. Podcast. Hi, jen. Doing today. I'm doing well about yourself. I'm doing pretty good doing pretty good. I'm excited to do. This introduction to our podcast in just quickly. Explain what it is is our objective for this podcast and a little bit of information about her first two guests that we're gonna have. And if people have noticed our production company. Is called a saunder productions and what I'd like to do is quickly. Read the definition of saunder. They find it to be one of the most interesting words there is that you won't find in the dictionary yet so saunder is the realization that eat random passer-by is living a life is vivid in complex is your own populated with their own ambitions, friends routines. Worries at inherited craziness in epic story that continues invisibly around you like an ant hills sprawling deep underground with elaborate passageways to thousands of other lives, the you'll never know existed in which you might appear only once. It's an extra sipping coffee in the background as a blur of traffic passing on the highway or the lighted window at dusk. That's absolutely amazing. Isn't it that is? I know the first time needed discuss the saunder with me. I didn't want to seem as if I didn't know what it meant that. I was googling it as I was speaking to you. Yeah. It's one of those words that's just kind of appeared on the internet. I'm not even sure that the person that that created it. But whoever he is was pretty pretty genius. But yeah, you can't find it in in the dictionary. Now, there may be a internet dictionary that it's been a place into I I have found it. Other than the image that we use and the definition of it, which it is unknown. For those of you that were wondering something is. Stupid is is it announ. Her is it additive. I guess it really can be whatever it is e wanted to be. No me. Explain. Yeah. Go head curious. What? Why did you choose to create a podcast? I've always had so much curiosity. You know, about knowledge knowledge is is key to everything in your life. Wisdom. With age, obviously, we gain wisdom, and we gain knowledge, but it's something that I've been doing since you know, my early twenties Mike curiosity level was always been through the roof. Whether it's a conspiracy theories in UFO's too hard science in theoretical physics, and especially the concept of time which fascinates me. More than I can explain right now. We'll obviously get into that into a lot of different podcasts holographic universe theory. And I think more and more people have the hunger or an interest for. Some of those subjects, you know, the that will be discussing. It's a great opportunity to bring that knowledge to the world's in. So it's I'm really excited about our upcoming guests, and and I feel if there are any of our listeners out there who would like to have someone. Join our podcast if you have a certain subject or a celebrity or someone who is specialized in a certain topic. We'd love to hear your vineyard about that. Yeah. Bring 'em to us. That's what it's on. Productions is all about is for podcasters that might not have the ability. Or funds in order to produce their own podcast. We are lucky enough to have access to incredible producers and directors we have access to celebrities many celebrity guests that will we'd like to do is to pair them directly with say a specific person in a hard science subject such as complex systems theory, which we're gonna talk about your in a in a second and be able to get that celebrity's opinion. Because I think a lot of people don't realize, you know, they have lives of their own. They have knowledge base systems in beliefs of their own. And I have a feeling that a lot of them sit up late at night like myself staring at the ceiling. Contemplating the universe? You know? Like like, most of us do even as curious children staring at the sky and wondering our place in this universe that we see all around us, and then having to completely rely on scientists, and what they tell us is is truth. And I think most of us that that do have wisdom that are old enough now to understand that that's not necessarily true at all that science, and the definition of certain topics change almost daily that the. Technology itself is somewhat like a spiral spiraling tighter. And tighter. And tighter where we're gonna get to a point. It's called the singularity, which we might even be there already very very possible. We're gonna have guests on the specifically talk about that. So let me talk about our first guest. Actually, we'll talk about our I guess or I guess is Anthony peak who should be known by many people already. He's written nine books. He's right now working on his tenth book. And he actually even be joining us once he's finished sometime around may possibly June as a guest host. And he started round the year two thousand his life was changed yada set of circumstances. That allowed him to take a year sabbatical from his business career. He decided that he would focus the fruits of his reading and research and writing a book so exactly a year later he surface with the manuscript of his first book than entitled cheating, the Ferryman. The book was a distillation of all as areas of interest in quantum physics neurology. Ancient myths altered states of consciousness in the mystery of death. So there we go. I mean, that's just hitting every one of my in. And why finding. Don't to see. And I look forward asking him. How his theories or his beliefs have changed from the first book to the tenth book that he's writing right now. And I'm hoping he'll hit us a few tidbits of the of the book that he's currently writing. So, you know, we'll have a chance to your some of his his thoughts and. I'd like to make suggestion to if people have net flicks is to watch the movie Bandres snatch. If you watch that movie, you are basically going to get a lesson in what Anthony peak is actually been speaking about the last ten years, and what the Ferryman actually is. And what he calls the Dame in not demon. But the Damon. I'm just gonna leave it at that. Bander snatch. That was actually the first time. I heard the phrase pull up a pew. And I I'm curious, you know, why you chose to. Name the podcast pull off the Pugh. You're absolutely right. That's exactly where it came from. Because I was I was so intrigued by the movie, and I kept thinking of Anthony and his subject matter in his way of thanking one of the characters decides to use this term pull up a pew while he was taking LSD psychedelic drug, and he was basically schooling this individual. And I don't want to spoil the plot of the movie, but he was explaining a lot of what was occurring within this person's life. So that the term itself from what I've learned is is a Australian term that people will use say somebody that's a little bit older might say to somebody that's younger, the pool of appeal young man or young lady, you know. To your about the here's some wisdom. You're about to hear something that you can add to your knowledge base. So yeah. So I decided I found that very interesting in decided perfect name for the podcast. 'cause that's what we're going to be doing is asking people to pull up a pew take seat and to have a listen and taken it as much information as as you can't. We're not gonna force feed. It you know, it's up to you. It's going to be a lot a lot of crazy ideas. The you may or may not agree with, but we're going to bring him to you. Anyway, whether you like it or not 'cause it's our fault gas. So that's what we do. So let me go ahead and bring up you near bar YoM, who's gonna be our second guess, and it was a bit of synchronicity. I I met Yang near on. Twitter down diem there and noticed that he worked in a field called complex systems, which is really what saunder is saunder itself is describing really the entire world in how you fit into it never ready else fits into it at mentions that anthill and everything that's going on within that that anthill or that you might possibly be just an extra in the background as somebody's moving past you, and that's it never to be seen again. But your life is just as complex as that. Other person's was all the friends in all the things in for all you, touch and all you see. And I think some of you out there. No the rest to that statement. Amok and say it because I might get sued. Since it's the part of the lyric credible songs, ever Maili. Great guests that we're going to have for our first few podcasts. I have a question for you. If you had been able to bring on any guest living or dead onto the podcast who would that be? That's a tough one gender. So many people. Dan, Coralline might be one. Who's a podcast her mentioned to you before who I find absolutely amazing. If nobody's ever listened to him, Dan Coralline, and he's got a history podcast literally brings history alive. I I love history and his podcasts can be extremely long. I I enjoy long format podcasts that are at least two hours or longer. Let's say and he makes a five hour podcast just fly by he's got that ability just to do drag you in and make you feel as if you're literally Abram in soldier or a hop light. You know, living back in in in those times. And most of what he deals with is in ancient history, but he's been doing some twentieth century. Work as well lately. So anyways, I highly recommend him. I'd love to have him on the podcast. Also hunter S Thompson. If he was living would be an incredible guest. I feel. There's a lot of controversy with hunter S Thompson that I did not know about him. Way beyond just the fact that he was incredible drug Hatami talking about that in others. There's some other interesting things about him. That may be true may not, you know, unless you know, person personally, there's really no way to know. Right. Person is Leonardo Davinci that I know just. Excites. You know, how versus Talpur genius. He was and I would want to spend at least a couple of months just writing down the questions making sure that I. You know, I was able to ask much possibly, but. Yeah, he would he would be my guy. Absolutely. So many so many people from formation ancient history. And I've got a lot of people from theoretical physics. Also, Arthur c Clarke. Science fiction are two thousand one space odyssey in many many other books. I think Adamov. This loved to pick both of their their brains. You know, Arthur, actually, invented the satellite, and so even contributed to something within the the real world something that you can touch and you can see so. Yeah. Yeah. Very interesting. So let me just mentioned disrobe quick about you near year works in physics. And he went to the Massachusetts Institute of technology, and he got his post doctoral fellow at MIT and IBM in the nineteen ninety one. After a junior faculty appointment at the whitesman institute. He became an associate professor of engineering Boston University. He left Boston University in ninety seven became president of the New England complex system. Institute, and that's really what we're going to be dealing with. And when we talk about complex systems, it's really everything. And again, it's our tagline for all you touch. All you see it's it's it's that an everything in between. It's composed of many components that interact with each other some examples would would be climate organisms the human brain for God's sake, which is considered the most complex organized system in the universe. Which of course, is up the date. How would we know what what else is out there in the universe? But as far as we know, but you've got the power, great transportation communication systems, social economic organizations, just cities themselves building out, the structure the infrastructure eco-systems. It living cell and ultimately the entire universe. So that's the near. So that's obviously going to be just an incredible show than extremely looking forward to. I mean, both both people are Anthony as well. And yeah, because I'm gonna hit them up with some really hard questions different questions than they they are used to getting from some of the other podcasts in radio interviews that I've I've heard them on in in the past dealing with holographic universe theory. Simulation theory, which I wanna say his new, but it's really not new now, you know, it's been out for for a while holographic universe has been on for a longtime. Simulation theory was made. Famous once. What's his name came out with it? Test test on my list. I would love to have. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Well, Lewis tesla. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He would go on to lift, absolutely. Anyways. So those are going to be the topics that we're going to start with. You know, we're also going to deal with the use of psychedelics just to give everybody a little bit of a warning that we don't really consider that a drug that really back in the sixties when Timothy Leary got ahold of it him in the Mary prankster's in. And you know, let the listener go back and do some of their own research into the subject, but the find that he he really was a great advocate for the use of LSD. But for the wrong reasons, any Brill gave it, you know, a bad name were asserted to be used recreationally where people didn't understand it. 'cause it's an incredibly powerful powerful, and the stride pointing Jorg tell people suffer stop really drawn TST. Addictions, right. Depression. Yes. Yes. Because of the nets were all these in the stigma behind. Yes. Absolutely. And the grand daddy of a mall. D M T. Which will probably bring on you know, some specific guests that are. Experts in the fields of psychedelics and how they're being used right now in studies, and like what Jennifer just said in. PTSD and a lot of other ailments at oh. In addiction LSD has been known to cure people heroin addicts that have been here when addicts for twenty thirty years hard time and just one experience in a perfect setting called set and setting and the use of LSD and never used heroin again never used any kind of drug ever again. Absolutely true. It's it's that amazing because of the effects that it has on the subconscious mind. So folks, I guess we're going to kind of wrap up here. We just wanted to give you an introduction. I hope that gives people a little bit of an idea of what we're gonna be doing assure you that we will have a guest that will blow you away at some point in some time, whether it's every single one or just one we're gonna find them. And again on just about every topic because that's the tagline for all you, touch and all you see. In. You know, everything that falls in in between that because I think some people would find that. Absolutely. That's all your life will ever be right. Jen. Are you go? So I'm drew. This is Jen. My just you got anything. They wanna say. Wanna say wait to hear Anthony? Yes. Absolutely. Oh, our Date's. Anthony, I believe we are ethic. It was the. Six the six it was the sixth of February run eleven. AM eastern standard time he's over across the pond. And then yet near we are planning on having on the thirteenth, which is perfect. So it's about a week later, and the by that time will have a number of other guests already lined up for you, some absolutely incredible people in and even see if we can match them up with some celebrities that I already have in mind, I don't want to give it away already. But we might have some incredible names to match up with some people. And if not that's okay too. Just having the guests on will be will be plenty enough for people. I'll. What week and a half two weeks? We'll do this all river again with Anthony. And I look forward. Absolutely. Yeah. Everybody you need to subscribe, whatever it is that you use for podcast you need to subscribe. And if you can if you don't mind, I know you really haven't are too much yet. But if you can hit five stars. This is huge for the algorithm. That's how people find us. It's it's not even so much for review. It's weird. But it's it's the algorithm. Excuse me that I tunes in and say Google uses in order to find you. So we really need that. So people don't just have the necessarily type in pool up a pew podcast and some other subjects might pull up and then below that. It'll say here are some other subjects that you might be interested in, and I think anybody listens to podcast they understand what I'm saying. They see that. And that way it'll pull up pull up Abe you podcasts. So if you guys could do that or just leave a little statement on there about looking forward to the guests. Oh, and please feel free to suggest guests to us. You can't Email us at pool up AP podcast at g mail dot com. And also, I believe at believe I have it set up info at pool up a pew podcast dot com. Either one of those you can reach. No, I'm Jen. At least in at least in this reality. Your Abby normal. All right, everybody. We're going to go ahead and sign off in then we'll see in about a week. Don't forget to subscribe and hit that five star button for us. Okay. Thanks, everybody. Bye. Bye.

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Heart of the World  Conference 3  Meditations on the Paschal Mystery with Dr. Anthony Lilles and Kris McGregor

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

34:59 min | 1 year ago

Heart of the World Conference 3 Meditations on the Paschal Mystery with Dr. Anthony Lilles and Kris McGregor

"Discerning hearts presents heart of the world. Meditations on the Paschal mystery with Dr Anthony Lewis in response to the isolation in which much of the world was plunged into due to the outcomes of global pandemic caused by the Corona Virus. In Two thousand twenty. Dr Anthony Lilla has chosen to offer. Discerning heart solicitors an opportunity to enter into a special retreat which he was to offer in April of Twenty twenty at a retreat center in California in the special presentation consisting of several successive conferences. By Dr Lewis. He will base his meditations on the Paschal mystery by exploring the great spiritual classic heart of the world by hunters fumbled. His are we now present conference three of this retreat with Dr Anthony Lewis? I'm here host Chris McGregor Welcome Anthony. It's great to be with you. Chris thank you for hosting this next. A conference in our retreat is a joy and I've enjoyed our discerning hearts. Retreats for people have come literally from all over the North America and in one case from Italy to her to be with us and that very first turning hearts retreat. This right wonderful to be with people and to share. But we can't do that this year and you know so. We've got his open another door for Hasni I. He has part of what you've shared though with me is that the Lord is using These conferences to To really reach out and help a lot of people during that time where a lot of his field is connected The the Lord seems to be using this time in our conversation and I in these readings to to help people reconnect with the Lord and to help them think about how to love one another in the current circumstances. So how about if I begin with a prayer and this is a prayer from Charles de Fuca and a little breed from longer taxed but He gets right to the point in it. It kind of it kind of puts us into Good Friday mode and so our Our conferences of started out route. Bring us into the Treadwell and are are the last couple conferences that we offered really put us into the Into Holy Thursday. I am the vine in your the branches and I in these conferences. We begin to approach the mystery of the Cross and a Charles in nineteen is eighteen ninety six A several years after his conversion a pinned these words. that Allow you to identify with Christ crucified in name of the father and the son and the Holy Spirit Amen. Father I abandoned myself into your hands. Do with me what you will whatever you may do. I think you I am ready for all I accept. All the only your will be done in me and in all your creatures. I wish no more than this allured into your hands. I commend my soul. I offer it to you with all the love of my heart for. I love you lord and so need to give myself to surrender myself into your hands without reserve and without with boundless confidence for you are my father and the name of the father of the son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen Amen so Chris you have us some readings for us and in the is reading. These readings are drawn right from the second part of heart of the world by answers from Baltasar Obviously the Holy Spirit Guardian. You wait wait. You choose what what prompted you for this reading? Well I felt for this particular rating that it spoke to so many people in a particularly to me to experience of As we enter in and we take a look how. How can we relate? How do we communicate with Christ and sometimes we just don't feel worthy enough or with there's a block and us that were trapped somehow and so I thought Both are really are helped give a articulation to our struggle. Very good will. Why don't you share the reading with us? Okay we'll try to do some justice here the from page one. Thirty three of heart of the world and Is Chapter Eight jail and cocoon. You are in prison and I am in prison. I know Lord that you are in your prison for my sake and that you remain in yours only because I remain in mind. Both of them belong together. Both are one and the same dungeon if you could succeed in freeing me from my confinement. U2 would be free. The dividing between us would topple and we would both enjoy the same freedom. I too could perhaps free. You buy free myself and in this case as well we would both be freed. But that's just it. This is precisely what you can't do and what I myself can't do. I know your secret. You want to share my my destiny but I am deeply buried within myself and I cannot burst. Open the gates to the cell. You thought it would be easier for two and you offer to help me you buried yourself in my cave but because my solitude is lonely yours also became lonely and now we wait one for the other separated by this wall. I will know that the fault lies with me and not at all with you. You have done everything that was possible. You have suffered made atonement in my place. Paid for everything advanced down to the last drop but there is one thing you can't do and this is something. I can't do either. I should but I cannot. I should want to but I don't. I wish I could want to but I don't want to how to stand that. How can this be? I don't understand it. They say you blotted out sin and made thome it for it. They say you effaced sin not just covered it up and that henceforth it no longer exists in the eyes of God and yet sin is precisely this that I do not want what God wants. I can't see how this opposition on my part could be broken. I can't see how this prison wall which holes McAfee could be pierced through. You know what I mean Lord. It isn't easy to explain this to you for I. Myself don't know exactly how it occurs. How all this fits together when I reflect upon it. It's like nodded briars. My soul gets trapped in them. I soul is like the young lamb that wandered off mung the thorns. I'll try to tell you how it happened very good. Well this is a very powerful reflection. It dovetails or kind of goes with some of what we looked at yesterday. Remember yesterday Or in our last Conferences We we had the the meditation where The way of God and the way of man are kind of in opposition to each other and This is this comes up again here. This toll is confronting the soul. That is speaking to us. The Voice of the soul is confronting that reality and so in our earlier conference. We spoke about this kind of on a macro level. This is kind of the way it is but now this is what it looks like on a psychological personal level in your prayer And one of the reasons why I love this. Passage is because a lot of people feel these things but never articulate them in their prayer they They know that something's wrong. Something's off they know that they're resistant to the Lord that there's hostility there to him on some level and but rather than humbly kind of articulating it the way. The soul is We we don't want to deal with it and and it is exactly there when we don't want to deal with these kinds of things going on in our hearts That's this becomes exactly an occasion to pray. This is not an obstacle to prayer. This is the opening to prayer and too often Too often has these kind of thoughts. Come up we come up in this thing where I just don't WanNa let go of XYZ. I really like this attachment or I don't want to give up or some other some other reality like that and They're subtle forms of this too it's easy to think about addiction to kind of like different kinds of pleasurable escapes and A over over investing ourselves diversions and so forth looser kind of easy things to identify. We know why when we've eaten too much popcorn or whatever it might be but there are other kinds of things that are harder for us to surrender to the Lord For example anxiety over a person or a relationship or a situation and anxiety and self pity. We don't want to give up the self-pity we don't WanNa give up feeling anxious We went to cling to it for whatever reason were not willing to trust on with it and so we hold onto that thing. The the other thing that we can hold onto improbably the the one that blocks the spiritual life the most is Is Forgiveness we The Wall between the soul and Christ often is constructed are put there because we've made a judgment about another person because of something they've done to us and we don't want to let go of that judgment and Jesus is on the other side of the walls asking US inviting us. To let go of that Judgment Am am. We're basically on our side saying no way Because in our thoughts with there's a fear what will happen. If I do let go of it. What will that really mean in and So there there's two to A specific things in this conference that I I. I want to present One is I want to provide a theology forgiveness to For people to consider his they have this conversation with the Lord. I invite them after this conference. Back to put themselves in the place of the little lamb and In in that place of the LAMB. Who Stuck in the BRIARS? You're going to talk to Jesus and what I want you to talk to. Jesus about is the block in your spiritual life the place where you don't trust him and that might be either anxiety or unforgiveness or maybe some other thing. But today I want to deal with anxiety and Elena deal with unforgiveness I let me deal with with unforgiveness and and this actually comes from the catechism of the Catholic Church taught about this before. But it's so important this time of year especially those of us who have families and we're living close together sometimes. Some of the unforgiveness in our family starts coming to the fore and you start seeing bickering that you haven't seen before sometimes You're you There are short words. Sharp words exchanged between family members and even spouses that Don't normally get said because you had a way of evading things and Win that that happens is you're dealing with that Oftentimes if you will take that per you know why I did. This exchange happened the way it did. Why was there this meltdown on you? Know why did things come to this to the head? The way they did between us you'll find In your own heart judgments about someone that you've made and those judgments that you've made normally are rooted in a rooted in something that they did or failed to do and I and so what do you do with it. What do you do if somebody offended you by abandoning you or somebody a hurt you by By a mocking or saying something that hurt your identity or a Way If the damage your reputation all of these things can be a can be the source of judgement about another person. That's very difficult to let go of and In so here's here's how do we deal with that judgment? Will the first thing is the catechism of the Catholic Church teaches? It's impossible to forgive or forget an offense based on my own energy and my own efforts. I can't forgive or forget an offense so I can want to in God will use my desire but I can't I can't force myself to emotionally. You can't let go of a judgment based on your own energy. It's something that takes the work of the Holy Spirit in your soul. I tell the story and I I'm I work at a seminary and I work with all kinds of wonderful people and including a religious and there was this one Religious sister who just knew how to get under my skin and I was so angry about something that happened in this woman. Incidentally they certainly good woman but for whatever she got on my bad side and I wanted to just let her have it and I knew it wasn't the right thing to do so I went into the blessed sacrament chapel. I knelt down a bag. Jesus for like more than half hour. Give me the grace to forgive. Sister so-and-so for such and such and and I feel I. My blood pressure came down. I got calm and fill up my heart. I felt the words you know a you know. I've forgiven sister for such and such and so I thought Oh this is so good I stand up. I exit the the Chapel and as I exit the chapel. Who's the first person I see but this this person that I've been praying to forgive for you know the last half hour? I see her in all my angry judgments come right back and it's an and I struggle even to look at her in the eyes and And so I prayed about that. What is that all about? How you know. That's this wall that is been described for us this this toll I put up a wall between me and Jesus and Jesus along time to take down this wall. A half hour and prayer wasn't going to do it. I would need to go back. Forgiveness is a little bit more like peeling an onion with you or going to cook and you have an onion and it has some ugly scars on the outside. You probably don't want to serve that to your guests and see appeal the the bad part of the onion back until you get to the healthy center in hand and forgiveness. It's like that you have the slowly kind of peel the the onion and sometimes it makes you cry in those tears. Though are good tears the The catechism teaches that the soul that will to the Holy Spirit will find its hurt transformed into compassion for the person who offended it and A source of intercession for them. The Holy Spirit wants to teach US compassion in intercession to do the He needs us to surrender our hearts to him. And that's the hard work. That's what this this little passage about. Jesus is saying something to your conscience. He's inviting you to something so much better and so much more wonderful but there's something someone probably a hurt that you're not able to let go of so to help souls make this movement a surrender the Holy Spirit. I like to remind them of Of this great truth in in that is Ponder for a moment why it is the Jesus allowed this person to hurt you in the first place in order to help your your Your Meditation Ponder. Why is it that Jesus made himself vulnerable to my own son? Why is it the Jesus made himself so vulnerable that my personal said has crucified him. I spoke earlier conference. It's hard for me to look at a crucifix. Part of the reason why. It's hard for me to look a crucifix. Is I see my sin a but the reason why keep on looking at the crucifix is because I also see God's mercy and God's mercy is more powerful than my son it's his mercy that can take down this wall and And so then why is it? The Jesus permitted this soul to hurt me. We all know This is a philosophical truth. It's just it's just true Even the founders of our country observe this that they were talking about slave ownership. And these these said Thomas Jefferson actually said however dehumanizing It is for somebody to be a slave it's even more dehumanizing for the owner of that slave and whoever's hurt you how much they've hurt you it's dehumanizing the rob you of your dignity the grievances real but however much the hurt you the dehumanize themself and hurt themselves even more. They've robbed themselves of their dignity. And a singular way. How is their dignity ever to be restored? God knows that we're all kind of We're all fallen and were broken and And that the power of centers greenhouse and. I think that sometimes he allows us to be wounded by another person because God has chosen us out of everybody in the whole world to intercede for them when somebody wounds you the share with you their misery in a particular way there. The the absence of love. I've talked about this in a previous conference. What is misery? What is the thing the the thing that hurts us? That's holding us back. Why is this soul unable to go past the wall and see Jesus misery? What is this misery? Miseries the absence of the love that ought to be there and is not there and God wants to fill that hole. He wants to fill that hole with his love. That's what mercy is. Mercy is love that That sees the plight of another and and is pierced by it and it it. It moves to relieve to to relieve the The plight suffering the agony of that other soul to help do anything to help restore their most of all do anything so that that Sol- does not suffer alone when somebody out of their misery. Wounds me or you. They have shown us something about their misery. That that Only we know you know what it is because of the ways. Hurry you but if it's hurt you as much as it has could imagine what they are having to bear alone. Jesus sees that and he aches for us. He aches for those who've heard us any aches for those we've heard and he implicates Saul in his work on the cross. He's inviting you if you've been wounded and are struggling to forgive to surrender to the Holy Spirit those judgments in your heart and And if you will he will teach you how to intercede for the person who's hurt you. He'll teach you how to have compassion for them and insofar his you are surrendered to the Holy Spirit. You're implicated in staving work. The saving work of Jesus and And so that's the first block. I wanted to talk about is is This wall separates us from Jesus. Search our consciences in our memories and our attitudes especially if you find yourself having snapped at somebody or there was a meltdown in you contributed to what are the judgments in my heart. That have caused that have have. I surrendered those judgments to Jesus have I let Jesus hold every thought captive? So that's that's the first thing. I I WANNA talk. There's another one so a little bit different dynamic but But at the root of it is is the same problem in coke. In in overcoming it is the same solution in the at the root of of The things that separates us from Jesus is a lack of trust in him. We're afraid that if we trust him Somehow what we want. What we desire is going to be lost and we're afraid of that and And so with that in in in the second part of this conference I wanted to share with you. A a devotion and it's called It's called the surrender. No VENA A lady in Colorado makes these little flyers in this surrendered. Nevena in spite father. Lindo a father. A dilemma was a spiritual director who lived in southern Italy I think insist lily about the same time. That Padre Pio was alive and Padre. Pio used always say to people who had come from Sicily to see him. Because why are you coming to see me? You have a greater saint saint in Sicily Go see Father Father de Lindo and Anthony yes you know we have that undiscerning hearts the surrender no Vienna and the full the longer prayers. Well it's probably one of the most accessed Audio prayers no Vinas that we have is also on Youtube to you can find it on Youtube on the discerning hearts page. Well that and I'm glad that people are going to that The The prayer that Father Dha Lindo teaches us to say On the beads of a rosary is. Oh Jesus I surrender myself to you. You take care of everything and Sometimes when we're very worried for a loved one and perhaps you have a loved one right now. Who's very sick Maybe even with the current virus that we're having to deal with and we're worried about the future and we're worried about our jobs and sometimes that anxiety can be so great it robs us of being able to be present to the Lord and be present to those the Lord's entrusted to us. Jesus I surrender everything to you. You take care of it. is a beautiful little prayer. That will help. Byu surrender that anxiety to him Anxiety can become a sen- if you let it rob you of your ability to love your brothers and sisters and So don't let anxiety during this pine be the wall that separates you from. Jesus act against it. Jesus I surrender everything to you. You take care of it in. Jesus will take care of those who are who are suffering and he will be with them when we can't be with him with them that we he he And in with that I will also say you know there will be our brothers and sisters whom the Lord uses the sickness to call home. That's going to happen. But the prayers of God's people with their surrendered faith are powerful and And God will also work in power and there will be healing because of your prayer faith but in order to give God space to give him the freedom he needs to show the healing wonders of his love. We need to trust him. And that means standing against anxiety especially that inside that becomes a wall between us and Jesus so at the end here whether it's somebody you need to forgive or whether it's anxiety about a situation or a person whether a it's a bad habit you just don't want to give up a comfort that year just clinging to too much whatever. The Wall is Jesus love more powerful than that low wall and what he's inviting you to do is have an honest conversation with him where you're actually at what's actually going through your heart and if you will have that real conversation with him he's not going throw up his hands and give up he's going to listen to you. He's going to take all of your concerns serious and And then he's going to show you something that will allow you to surrender him to him in a more beautiful way. He's going let you to see new dimensions. New levels new doubts of his render. That will help you trust him. A bet it all begins with the decision to pray to be honest with Lord so So Chris Thank you for that very beautiful reading. Did you have any concluding thoughts about it that you wanted to to bring to the conversation? I don't know idea top perfection. You're so excellent I mean just so. Excellent Anthony the only the only thing. I can Maybe offer that as you. Look at the surrender prayer as you. I'm so glad you brought that forward. It's helped me to learn how to trust. I mean it's like a it's a reminder over and over again he talks about how In this prayer that any speaking with the of Christ when you when you when you enter into this no Vena. It's Christ speaking to you that you know you come to me with your anxious prayer. You're like a child who comes to or someone who goes to the doctor and you tell them of your illness and then you tell the doctor had it to to Q. like somehow we know what we need and he said don't do that and it's very simple. It's like don't go don't you can't. The doctor can't do anything if you're going to try to take care of yourself and so is just so beautiful. I'm so glad you brought that forward. Anthony Thank you. Thanks for putting it up at discerning hearts beautiful beautiful devotion difficult. This concludes conference three of the special audio version of an online retreat. 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Breaking the Stigma Mental Health with Ryan Casey Waller [S04-051]

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Breaking the Stigma Mental Health with Ryan Casey Waller [S04-051]

"Everybody welcome to typology. Ian krahn here coming to you from typology studios in the twelve south neighborhood of nashville tennessee. I'm joined by my contrary my friend. Dear dear brother. Anthony skinner ian cryan. Good to see you today. We were together last night. we were. Let's talk about that okay. We went. This was my first really kind of party. Yes since since copa yup and there was it was packed it was great reentry when it was it was for our dear friend. Katie williams. her husband randy threw a party for her fortieth birthday and it was really an assemblage of people. wasn't it everybody from camp. Mo- your The great Great artists kept boat to four or five people who were there who have all been on the show. Yes bart millard. Was a show from mercy. Me and jill philips and of course radio katie. You've been on the show. Dollar showed up dali showed up. That was something was been this all right. Let's just get this was dallas in a little bit more people. A dali impersonator showed up Like just sang katie and humiliated her for a good twenty minutes. Randy joined in kenya. Rogers duet date did in the whole room saying islands in the stream. Katie is on the panel of sixes. Y'all should check that one out. Randy's on the panel nine th grade is well like you said lots of former guests part was on he's a six and also To see him and there were a couple of other people their positions. And i. I just love this town so many so many interesting people. I have a question for you. Have you seen a movie. That really lovely A couple of things i would say. Yeah just watched green zone again for the second time and broad church. Love that i trust you. I just saw derek. Del gowdy ios in and of itself. I haven't heard of this. Tell me about it. it it's actually was done originally as live theater okay. And it's taped in front of an audience. It is really extraordinary. 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He knows the any graham super well. He's any agree to. I just thoroughly enjoyed this conversation. It's filled with moving moments and also some pretty funny moments and windy. Who is part of the in krung team. She called me today freaking out over this interview. She was like. I love this interview with ryan. She's a two as well. Listen how can you not love a guy a pastor who showed up drunk to church right all right well. Let's get the skit online with the drunk vicar and see what he has to say to us. Sleazy jomon my new friend ryan. Casey waller author of the book depression anxiety and other things. We don't wanna talk ryan welcome to the show. Thank you so much so happy to be here. You are in any a graham to. You're not only a psychotherapist. Pastor koh suffer you're also a lawyer and This is interesting to have both the lawyer and a priest on the line. Isn't it totally. Wow fantastic you studied at the university of southern california at southern methodist university. You're clearly a bright guy. I can't wait to jump into a this book and how you're using your self knowledge that gained from the any graham and now as a self identified any agreement to the helper. And how that has helped you on your journey okay. In just a couple of sentences on the elevator pitch. Give us the crux of the message of the new book. The crux of the message is that mental health is health and we all have it in so we can ignore it weekend. Mistreated we can take care that No matter what though we can't deny that it exists and for those that are in faith communities for those who struggle with their mental health. I want to know that it's not necessarily Faith issue it's not necessarily a sin issue. It's a health issue in that. God has given us all manner of forms of healing and those of us who are christians. If we battle any kind of mental health issue it is more than okay to raise our hand in say so and avail ourselves the many resources that god has given us for our hewitt. Oh man a says. That sounds pretty good. Okay there's always a story behind the story brother. So what i want to know is what was your particular experience. That led to some journey of healing. It sounds like that was the impulse behind writing the book. Yeah yeah sure. I mean so back it up when i was a kid i think i battled depression anxiety pretty much my entire life. It went unidentified undiagnosed Even though i had parents who were very attentive. And what. I would say things as a kid like. Hey dad i feel like the world is moving too fast or i had religions anxiety around school and sports parents were very attentive but ask me questions they would be with me. They would talk to me. They would make me feel safe but it was the eighties. It wasn't just kind of i. Think the natural thing to do at least not. You're down in dallas. Texas to to take me off to a service in so i struggled with these issues of depression anxiety. All the way Until my early thirties. When i began to have panic attacks just really really serious panic. Attacks finally said okay. Enough is enough. I need to avail myself distant. Treatment got into see. A psychiatrist began during the work of psychotherapy added in the mix of medication. And i had this moment Not immediately but a few months into it rows like oh my goodness. I actually don't have to live this way. I didn't know that the pain that i was experiencing these troubles. The bear was treatment. That could hell dissipate be symptoms in so i experienced sort of my own healing there. Well fast forward a few years. I get myself into a place where i'm working in the church pursuing another graduate degree and get myself just completely burned out and fail to continue to seek out the treatment that i need to keep myself in a healthy mental space and i get to the point where i began to use alcohol as my primary coping mechanism. Which leads to this moment. That i describe in the book or i go to church for a sunday evening service. I'm completely intoxicated. And it's the most embarrassing worst slash now looking back maybe best moment of my life because it was one of those moments like all right Something's really really out of whackier. And you need to step back and Seek a higher level of care. Which is what i did in the became sort of this great sprawling upward Richards language moment for me Where i really suffered some serious humiliation and some recognizing that. Look what i'm doing and what i'm jay seeing. What i'm pursuing is not working. And i've got a choice whether he either lean back into that and keep going or really spend some time figuring out who. I am what i wanna be about. Now i can get l. fake and so that was the coming from me. Which i you know jumped into my own healing But in between those two incidences of of of experiencing depression anxiety the first time and then having the big sort of breakdown if you will in between that i had begun to pursue this counseling degree because i was realizing that there were so many people in faith communities like me who battled fresh naming zaidi but were very weary of raising their hand in saying that. That was the case in seeking out. Help because of the deep stigma. So now I i'm very vocal about this. I wanted to write the books. Not only share. My own story A of suffering. But also because i want others to know they're not alone in this battle that stigma that really that really is still there particularly in the christian community about mental illness Scrape you know. This is a very timely message. One that's being picked up in a lot of segments of our our world. I recently just listened to a podcast. If you haven't heard it with a prince. Harry and dax shepard. Did you hear that episode. Me and i've i've heard bits and pieces of it i love. I love dax's podcast than an i. I write about prince harry in the book when he you know i mean years ago kinda roses and was able to say look. I've i've battled with this. But i haven't heard that yeah. Check it out because it's really great and some of what he talks about is what you're talking about albeit from not from a faith perspective but just from a societal perspective And his own struggle with anxiety and depression and mental health issues as a result of growing up into you know probably with the craziest family. The history of the world in i saved in the book. I'm like look if prince harry reid. He comes from like the most buttoned up family but seriously in the history of the world is able to say like you know any of us can suffer from this reality is. We've all got to tend to then who among us right can say like oh. That's not something we do in my family or right that that i can't like come on. This is the most rigid structure ever in this guys to do it right. We've all got to be able to take that lead as well and not be above it. Hey anthony You know. I'm a big proponent of education right. Oh yeah and of course you've had your share of schooling. 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It was diagnosed as a generalized anxiety disorder because Essential feature of it was panic attacks and you know back then i think you know it was sort of the advent of new medications for depression right around that time it was prozac the new s. Sri sort of classes of medications and They tried everything for five years. None of it worked And then Sadly that's also. I was first introduced to benzodiazepines like xanax and up which eventually ended up treatment down. The you know years down the road after it but Because it went from being a prescribed medication to something else and then But so i have some kind of a background in and of course in nineteen eighty-seven and the faith based world. This was a conversation nobody wants to have. And in fact. I can remember going to trick us. Need to pray more. You know you just need to be a better christian or there's something so broken about you the let's just not talk about it. You know And i had to go find help. Lots of other places. But i didn't find it in the church. That's for damn sure. And i you know I it was a time of of not only you. It was like what's called the second. Aero you have the first shot i with the arrow of depression anxiety and then it's followed by the second arrow which is being shamed by yourself and by your community for having to precious and exiled right. I mean you ended up getting shot twice in the same wound right So i i empathize. That's why i'm excited about this book. If you know here we are all these decades later. And it's hard to believe that the church can be so i mean fail. The society fails in this regard. But you know it. The church failed to but now i appreciate you saying that. Here's like here's what really kills me like so you're describing that in the eighties so back up just a couple of years. I'm working in the episcopal church and you know people would come to my office. And i know you nabisco priests well and they would come in and they described to me right just the situations that they were in that were extreme and i know that they were wanting right. They were one thing to have someone to express it to what they were hoping from me. I think with some sort of prayer or some sort of blessing that could come into the situation and opera hoping in some healing and so often what i would here is. I would say you know it sounds to me like you might be experiencing some depression or it sounds to me like your anxiety. Maybe has risen to the level of being clinically significant or. You're tell me again how much you're drinking you know. And and i would say i wonder. Would you consider You know speaking to a professional Have you ever thought that in instantaneously. What would so often happen. Is that a situation that they were describing dire would all the sudden not be that bad all. No no no no. No no no no. It's not that it's actually such a not not that that father died. I just you know or or they say you know that's just not something We do in in my family or no. no no. I really think it's just that i'm not spending enough time right working on my relationship with god or there will be a few people that would say okay. Yeah do you have a referral list. You have someone that i can call and say. Well yeah i do. I've got multiple here. You go and then almost an evidently they were turned to my office. You know weeks months later in the same issue would still be there. And i would ask what he did. You go in call you know so and so in almost one hundred percent of the time the answer would be now now you know i. Didn't this happened over and over again at the all my goodness we are just still in this place where people are not getting. The help thing need inbet- church because there's such a strong narrative that's exactly the narrative you got in the eighties. Where it's like majesty to read your bible more or you need to get down on your knees. It's like this is the exact opposite of what jesus has in mind for for healing for these kinds of issues so well we're going circle now to the grant but before we do i I had a moment that was so interesting. I is years ago but I Had a fella back. When i was more active in parish life and he came came to see me and he struggled with taking medication for depression and he needed it. I mean this was not somebody that someone just threw twenty. Milligrams of prozac. Because they were lazy. You know the therapists was lazy. Really needed it and And i said so at one point you know Every time you have to take medication in the morning you know. I want you to hold the tablet in your hand and think of it as eucharist because in in that pill is thousands of years of believers who had prayed for a solution beautiful and it was unavailable to them at the time. And then you are holding the some of the commute. The those members of the communion of saints who prayed for healing you are holding an aide. Maybe not the complete solution but an eight to your own healing and that sort of changed his mind about about medication and That's beautiful yeah. It's one of four moments. When i said the right thing in my life. Anyway you're in any too and i was so fascinated because kind of your bottom out right is here you are. You're in a church. you're working your ass off. No doubt Most pastors to you have burned out. Which sounds like a common any agree to journey on helping other people. I guess that's part of it right and You turn to alcohol. I would say that in my experience. The the numbers that have sort of the the biggest proclivity to Addictions although all nine are certainly capable of being addicts. Twos fours sevens eights. Nines For to To all leave it up to you but so was your being in any graham to perhaps not aware of it at the time was a contributing to the journey that you were on of struggling with mental health. Maybe not getting the help that you needed and Turning to alcohol as a self medicating or self treatment plan. That wasn't working out for you. Yeah absolutely you know. I think that understanding now look using the to right as lynch for for what was going on there. I absolutely You know really really enjoy other people needing me desperately break in so being able to to provide that and and being needed I i need it. That's like finding you know self worth and so i. I have the predisposition to the anxiety in the depression But i think what was really beginning to happen was in my mind i was going above and beyond i was driving like nobody's business right to do what i thought was really helpful for not only the people i was serving but my family the community trying to kind of strive on all these different levels and what i did realize that the time is that i wasn't being appreciated in the way that i felt like i should be appreciated and i had anger about and i didn't feel the anger and what the alcohol was doing for me as i reflected on it is that i'll get to the end of the day feel burned out and feel so so brecon frustrated and i didn't know what to do with the anger is so instead a like lashing out about it felt well when i drink a little bit. I'm a little less angry right in. So instead of trying to understand at the time and i couldn't see it at the time that it was that i needed to express my my my need for appreciation but i was unable to identify which had us to really helps me make sense of that. I was just sort of stuffing it down until eventually has any wonder knows whether you're battle alcohol for thirty years or two years or your or your whole life like you abuse substance. It's gonna come out. It's gonna come out sideways at at at some point. Obviously it obviously did for me but the to looking at my life in that way helped me understand. That kind of what i thought was so like Righteous i guess like this desire to help. Mostly maybe not entirely but but a big part of that was me just trying to be loved and accepted and have self worth. I need these people need me and not just that. I need them to tell me and show me with the same amount of passion right then on helping them. I need that reciprocated. And that wasn't happening and i was. 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But it's a useful tool that might begin you on a journey toward increased self awareness of what some of the underlying issues are that are driving anxiety depression among other things of addictions at cetera. In in your experience. How can the any graham help people who are wrestling with issues of mental health. Yeah so here's. Your sowed helps so often i think people They come in to my office and they're looking for a solution right as if there is one particular answer that's going to unlock right and get and get to the root of the problem so to speak whatever. The problem is or difficulty now. What i love about the any graham is what it does is it allows a person to have better insight in awareness into the multitudes that exist within like as I believe it was richard. Were who said. I think it was on your podcast. He talked out. You know or this could be your language. Forgive me yours and not is but this idea that the ideogram is sort of best understood as as a lens by which to understand one's soul in so not even necessarily as a hey salon. I'm a to in that means. That's my identity like that too. I am what the chew helps me. Do what these numbers help. People do is notice all the nuances within themselves and so once they begin to notice all the nuances within themselves. Then that gives us a vehicle right to move into the various situations that are going on in their lives and understand and to get rid of this sort of myth that you're gonna come in and find the one thing that we're going to push that boom. Everything's going to be better to me. What i like about the any graham is that it's realistic about the complexities of these issues with mental health. It's it's rarely ever one thing even ago. You're so beautiful. Talking about medications is being the eucharistic or acting as ukraine. It is an aide but but but this medical model that we've seen kind of unholy bought in bought into and i'm not against the medical model it just to reduction mystic by its very nature. You know for some people. Yes maybe they're experiencing you know they've got major depressive disorder and we do the antidepressant and we do see a significant reduction in symptoms. And they pretty much then function at the level. They want to that that does happen for some people for most people. It doesn't we truly have to take in immoral holistic approach where we're looking at the biology. The environment right there relationships spirituality what they do for fun and what i like. Is that the grand says. We're not going to try and make this really simple and just in in reduce this down to something that we can fix them. Three to five sessions and with this amount of medication. It says no. You are a very complicated Person and you have a lot of means a lot of desires in. You are a person that is also not only. Do you have fixed identity but you are also in constant shame yes no right in so and everyone that you're in relationship is also a person that's in constant change in so we have to have an awareness as best we can of those multitudes and that's where we get into not only actually dealing with the mental health issues that arrive but that's how we thrive in how we come alive and lives that are worth living live get into that abundant life. That's promised to us you know by jesus himself in scripture so i mean this is so powerful i often will confuse people when i say you know you're not you're any type right then you are not a to. You are not a for your personality whether you like it or not. Is a set of adaptive stratagems that you adopted as a small person. Yes temperament and disposition have something do with it but It is a set of unconscious adaptive strategies that you came up with to navigate the world of relationships and to with real primary trauma. Bright and The truth of the matter is when you over. Identify your identity with your personality. You are actually in trouble because you are not your personality you there is behind your personality and we would say essence but i would say essential self the self that was there before the world got its hands on you right that that yearns to emerge. But i got to deconstruct that games of this personality so that we can Begin to You know fine touch again with the essence of who we truly are which through a christian lens would be a child of god And realizing to as you said that your personalities not fixed it's not a fixed set of traits because human beings are not things their processes yes right and so you know it's when you're doing your own personal work you remember. You're also a moving target. Let's be honest about that. Yes yeah let's be honest with it. So what so when i say you're not your type. People look at me like wait a minute. You're saying i'm a seven. I've seen you're not of seven. You're not a seven will. Just uncovered is what you think is who you are. But it's not. Oh man it's it's so good so good and that is really helpful to understand When you say that human beings like are are not things you know we we are processes when you get people that are really in a deep dr depressive state which which i know you understand because you've been there right one of the worst parts about it or we know we're getting into real trouble when we begin to not have the ability to construct a future because the pain itself feels as though is that it's not going away where nat today is where i'm going to be tomorrow probably tomorrow's actually In fact be worse in. It's only gonna get worse marriage than we really get into the dangerous Places but if we if we can slow that thinking down in help people understand that they are not a thing. They are a a a process right. Then that allows for us to act shouli Put hope Into play where hope is not just this sort of ephemeral. like there's hope but we can use hope as the acts of like if you are changing right then that truly leaves possibilities That you think perhaps are not possible. Right br chapters that you cannot be written well if you're in constant change than than many mike. It ain't going to be the same tomorrow so that sometimes all all we need. Is that little kind of did to get inside their to start to fight back against this guy that the depressions always going to be there. It's never gonna look any different and the only way out of this is consciousness That is so good. You know Ryan one of these. I've been working with lately as therapist myself. Not only thinking through. Okay well. I do think that each type and i got. I don't like to use the labels too much. I know that that's unhelpful. Diagnostically do each type has particular tendencies toward different Kind of mental health struggles and which is helpful to know if whether you are that type or you're having to be in relationship with that type right so for example you know. Let's face it. There are among the say twos codependency. Twos and nines. Codependency would not be an unusual sort of issue that's happening in in their lives or this addiction to relationships finding either self esteem or Merging with with another personality right another person For the nine three. Sometimes three's and seven's narcissistic tendencies right For fours you Issues around abandonment. is almost universal for force depression very often seen in fours and fives but for very different reasons. Five seven sort of a natural tendency. I think at times to sort of teeter on the edge of nihilism right. They they they. You know it's like that's why there's the bomb the any graham between the five and the four. That gap is often called the void because fours and fives can both fall into that. So fives with the pressure. For different reasons than force do is because they get to the end of their intellect and real think to themselves. Everything's meaningless everything everything. Has you know the the they're the ones that too much. Nietzsche and fall through the cracks. So then you know sixes obviously anxiety right generalized anxiety sevens narcissism as well something narcissistic features rite aid sort of oppositional. Right behaviors and nines more dependent personality issues of oftentimes found the graham helpful. Not determinative but helpful but someone with a particular type comes in. I can sort of go. Yeah you know you're probably a five. I mean there's sort of isolation and You know fair features of your type that could lead to mental health issues and so just to know what they are up in your experience as well or not. oh yeah absolutely. It's very helpful to help. Someone knows their race. And then you can get a sense of Whether or not to they've applied that to try. And you know do some sort of light self examination but let so many instances that's really kind of sped up but i've with people when they've done any grant worth and you ask them about it This happened recently to me. Were you know a guy was explained to me is kind of entire childhood was a mystery to him. The dynamic that was going on between is Is the mother and father and has been his brother and it turns out of course to make a long story short. There was trauma that was not. There was abused right. That was not disclosed. Nobody knew about it or or or whatever then there was. The major fallout well when he discovered the any aggression right then he was able to go back and see it through that lens and it helped him understand the helped him really already be on the road towards not only accepting what had happened but being able to also forgive the people in his family for how they were right it. Oh it opened up A real space for grace to to be present in so then an hour. It's like because of bad because he had already discovered this tool and put it out. Work it kind of puts the work that we're doing on works speak notice me jump in. So it's it's one of those things too like. I can't help myself. I don't do it all the time but a lot of times. It's it's almost become part of my intake words. Like i wanna know like have you done any grant do you know. And if and if they haven't it's almost like one of those tools that's like go try it out It it's never gonna hurt. You can only help right and might not hit everybody. But it's one of those deals that it's like. I think there are very few things like this kind of therapeutic world where i can say like hot go try like it will do no harm and in fact actually just really speed up. We're going to do yes. And that's what i like about. It know i know some some. You know treatment centers now which as part of their initial intake in addiction to. You know there's a lot of other instruments that are used but they use the Early on because for them As a treatment team it's like it accelerates the knowledge of the client In a way that would take them maybe a month thirty days ninety days sixty days in detroit. Move to realize the constellation of of things going on need the surface. Then they can really get down to help. The and the personnel has language to talk about it. As long as you keep telling them this is the whole of it right just a piece of it. It's a good conversation graham but it's not the you know the magical mystery decoder of your interior landscape. It's just a you know one. Flashlight among many kind of figuring out. What's going on there. You know if the tool but he say something shirt hearted carpet wear. It helped me to was understanding that my great santer or weakness or or whatever you wanna call it as to is pride yes in so for other touts of further twos listening what kept me a initially from like When i first discovered the grandma discovered it through you. You're the popularity of your book. And i read it and enjoyed it but i resisted this notion because always resistance notion of someone categorizing me in the way that i heard any graham being spoken about it was that like you are a three like you are too like you are a five and so you know anytime you're reading about. It's like well you know. Some of these things to apply. Some of this doesn't and i don't want this to like sort of like you know maybe Unto unique for this right. I can't maybe this can help all these other people that but but not quite me. Because i can't find see. That was just my misunderstanding of what it is in. So it's like you have that reaction to it. I want people to really hear what it is. We're saying here is that we're not saying it's the all the bill it's just it's just a lynn's in it's one piece albeit very very powerful one but no one is attempting to sum up your identity and your existence by one of these numbers and and and so i had to get beyond that have under understand that but was my pride. I think that that really gets me from from allowing it to do its work on. Yes yes everybody. One of the lessons. I've learned over the years. Is that not everybody benefits from traditional fifty minute counseling session and this is why some people can go to couples therapy or personal counseling for a long time and never really get anywhere. This is why. I'm such a believer of intensive counseling and my friends at restoring the soul in colorado created by my longtime friend. Mike accusing to help couples or individuals experienced deep change in half-day blocks over one or two weeks. Now listen if you can't wait muster years to get to the bottom of issue or to experience breakthrough you need to get in touch with my friend michael and his extraordinary team of counsellors at restoring the soul if you're looking to get out of the rut you're in but can't wait monster years call restoring the sole today for a free consultation with michael's staff call three zero three nine three two nine seven seven seven and learn how their intensive counseling process can help you as a special bonus just for typology listeners. Make sure to visit. Www dot restoring the sole dot com slash typology to download their pdf called five ways unaddressed. Trauma may be derailing your relationships in your own personal journey of healing of recovery from you know issues of around mental health and also just personal the you know the long for completeness right. I mean that's the word i like. I think in some ways I i tend to sort of think about the human condition. Lessen the language of senate more in the language of incompleteness. You know that we wrestle with a sense of kind of and then we come up with all kinds of strategies to cope with the the the is that arise in a world. Where you in which you feel incomplete. So what house. The any agreement been helpful to you like just on your own personal journey. Forget about your practice. what about you. yeah for me. You know i It helps me. I just want to be loved for who. I am not not for what i can provide or what kind of song and dance. I can performer. Or what kind of peace. I i can keep among you know people and that's going to constantly be you know a battle and a journey for me too because i was that middle child. Who gained some self worth by being the child who didn't cause any problems who got his homework. Done made the teacher proud. All of those sorts of things and drew for me. Is the the older that i get truly having experienced that kind of death to the first half of my life I feel that that. I think that happened a little a little earlier. Maybe for me than for a lot of folks. Although kinda mid thirties is about you know where where it breaks down for for for a lot of people but my journey is to try and be as authentic as i can allow myself to be seen and and loved for that in the big way that the program is helping me with. That is that. I have a lot of difficulty stating needs Because i feel like If i express my needs. Then i'm somehow less of that person that is a service to other people And the more that. I open up about it right in his were. Here's writing specifically. See it my my wife. And i think she's okay with me saying this right. We we've been doing Marriage therapy now for for a few years together we it individual worked for a long time but then never thought to get together and do it but and so we've been doing that in about six months ago we're gonna particularly kind of difficult spot with something in the therapists looked at me. She said ryan what is it. The what is it that you need. You know right now in. That's a question that i asked the clients every day of my life right professionally. And when she asks me that i knew i knew deep down what it was that i needed but we probably set band silence for the greater part of five minutes because i could not reach down into my chest and pull it out and externalize the knee and even when i started to do it the way that it was coming out with certain so clumsy and kind of half baked. In and not really honest i was trying to make it sound better than it was because i just still didn't want to just show myself. I didn't want to start. This is what i actually need. And i understand that maybe that makes me look less attractive. Were less successful or whatever it is. But here's what i need in so my journey is in my own personal life showing up every a desperately trying to put those needs on display when appropriate and knowing that i am a child of god and that that's okay and the people who love mirror love me even more and i'm going to be more at peace if i can express my needs and not just keep that down and And try to be the good shiny kind of kind of kid. It's just that's my personal journey right now. well ryan You're describing the the journey. I hope ought to take right Because i think that part of the the journey For the two is overcoming the fear of being unloved. being unworthy of relationship and This deep desire desist. It's so simple for twos. It's just this desire to be liked and this pretty simple. I just wanted to be liked. But the but the strategy the unhealthy strategy is calculated giving. You know it's this kind of sort of manipulative giving. I'll take care of you if you'll take care of me without my needing to ask you to do it right. Yeah oh yeah and then also to to do you just said which is to express identify and then to express personal needs Despite the anxiety that you might possibly be rejected and humiliated for even having personal needs right. That's exactly right. Yeah so that's the journey. I hope all twos take no. Yeah i was gonna say that's the real. That's the real fear there. Because i want to be like i wanna be loved so much that i think that if i minimize my knee during fact if i can just somehow exist without them then that's going to increase my odds right of of of of being loved and being accepted especially if i have no needs but i'm always attending to your needs. That's gonna put me in this really great spot but what it ends up doing. I've noticed the same thing in my marriage happened like with the church. I ended up resenting my wife because i look at her and i cannot believe that she doesn't know what she doesn't know what i need image. She hasn't come to try and pay attention to my needs in the way that i have with her but i have not given her a choice. Not not a chance in hell at at possibly be knowing what those are. Because i'm not brave enough to talk about a cloud. That's all good. That was juicy juice passion and there were drug earlier and even like right now. We're saying this. I'm thinking of things. That like. I know need to be said and i know that if i don't i end up suffering i'm gonna supper i'm gonna suffer more so you're keeping yourself again. I find that you know we keep ourselves trapped we all we want this abundant life. But it's our own fear right. We're the only ones holding us back from walking into it. Yes and you're really you're describing. You mentioned that you know kind of at the midpoint of life. oftentimes Are self made stories about who we are and how we think. The world works begin to explode. They aren't working right but the problem is rather than face the pain mo- lots type on the program just double down on the strategies of their type right until they finally really tank right until they really exhausted right and If you can help people recognize the shadow side of their type on the strategy they're doubling down on and the very fact that is actually going to prevent them from getting what they want. I get what they want. You know until that moment comes it's It's it's pretty hard to get people to jump out of things like depression. Anxiety marriage is falling apart Jobs tank fill this goes on Just a sense of discontent with their lives. As carl young would say feeling like. They're walking around shoes that pinch. They're too small. that's good. yeah that shows or pension well. Everybody listened to me. I wanted to check out ryan. Casey waller's book depression anxiety. And other things. We don't want to talk about on his socials ryan. Casey waller that's w. a. l. l. e. r. on instagram twitter and facebook ryan. We are so glad you're on the show today. We love it too when we have male twos on the show. Why is it so hard for us to get mail twos. We've had a couple but but they're harder to find which is great when they show up they show up especially when the show is self aware showed well. Hey we like an approve of you. If that's it's so embarrassing to me. Well we can validate you all day long man but unfortunately we got to hop off you gotta hop off. You've got clients that are waiting. I'm sure and thank you so much for coming on typology and again everybody check out this. New book of of ryan's i think you're gonna find it Incredibly help for depression anxiety and other things. We don't want to talk about anthony. Yes sir with you. there's nothing. I don't want talk. Feel the same about you and i to give to you into all of our listeners. These words you have love me. You have taught me. You have piece. May you have healing. May you have rest. We'll talk to you next time.

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 Is Ben Simmons Really Done in Philadelphia?

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Is Ben Simmons Really Done in Philadelphia?

"Contrary to everything we have been led to believe. Joel embiid himself. He now says he wants to remain with the sixers. Beat is lying here. He does not want to play with. Ben simmons and he said so previously he does not want to because ben simmons can't shoot and is afraid to shoot laden games because he doesn't want to go to the line where he also chant shoot and so what all polls on. Mvp which embiid has six to be a fan of both. The sixers and ben simmons as i am is to be an endangered nba species at this point because the city of philadelphia wants ben out and ben officially now feels the same way at so. This house is just divided against itself but the most maddening part of all of it is that it did not have to be this way today. Brian windhorst takes us behind the scenes of a complicated high stakes negotiation and a soap opera. That is testing the definition of power in the nba. Pablo torre. it's friday september tenth. This is espn so brian winters as you might suspect. I think i have not been doing so well with the whole ben simmons thing i mean. I've been preparing myself for this for months now. Psychologically but mostly just turns out that. I've covered this recorded closet with all of this red conspiracy theory yarn because i am still trying to figure out how this can end. Well maybe for both the sixers. And for ben simmons and also for me so. I just appreciate you being my therapist here. Well i wish i could promise a resolution but like many therapists all we can do is string it along and hope you feel marginally better. Brian windhorst hosts the hoop collective podcast. And he's been helping me work through the seven stages of sixers grief so let's let's string it along year. Brian tell me as you understand it right now. What is the latest on this situation. What is the overview. How does everything look to you at this moment. Right so to give you a very brief time line. Here obviously was a very disappointing into the sixers season. Getting upset in the conference. Semis by the atlanta hawks. Piece goes up. Six now says gonna be heartbreak in back to back years for the sixers. The top seed in the east jimmy. They are on their way out here. In around through. Ben simmons played poorly in that series especially late in games. Basically refused to shoot seventies uncontested how to lay up but he leaves it for. That's when you know bitten. The game is in your head that dunk for ben simmons right that you can't shoot. Shot the confident that if you do father chicken make the free throw with a dockers joel. Embiid had some quiz. I critical and maybe just flat out critical comments of his play. I'm going to say flat out. Critical is the direction. I'm going to lean. Because look. I mean what joel said after the game immediately but i thought that thirty hour juice nope rashad. That is joe l. Clearly pointing to the now infamous sequence. Obviously where ben could have dunked past instead effectively taking one point off the board for their team. But then doc who by the way like joel also struggled in this loss. He went on to offer the most crushing post-game assessments from coach. I think i've ever heard thing is still the arbor. Virginia's team like one david. I don't know that question the answer to that right now. So i don't know the answer to that is a set of pretty brutal words as i read the not something that you would like your coach to say but also not an unfair statement. In that moment. I think he was being honest although maybe honesty is always the best policy so shortly after that from what i understand ben basically asked to be traded and the sixers won about having calls about. Ben simmons trades the ask that the sixers were making for ben. Simmons was akin to some of the trade offers that the houston rockets got for james harden basically akin to a first team all nba player mvp candidate. They were asking. You know huge premium for him so much so that teams really didn't even feel like they were trade talks because the you know i'd like to buy your house okay. What are you offering. We're offering one dollar. I mean did. I offer to buy your house. Did we have a discussion about your house. I guess we did. You know but the two sides were so far apart that other teams basically will like you know. They're they don't really want to trade ben simmons. they're just sort of going through the motions. The other teams were kind of like narrow maury. The president wants to save him and looked maybe trade him later. Maybe for guy like damian lillard who would over. The summer was rumored to be on the edge of asking for trade from the trailblazers that that asks never came our even. Maybe a bradley beal who were still. We think is intending to stay in washington. But he has Early october he has the opportunity to extend his contract and whether he does or not will say a lot about the trade market for the coming season. So ben simmons. I don't know for sure on this by. I'm pretty sure he got. He got that message that they were having trade talks as he requested. But not having serious trade talks and so right there before labor day Josh harris the owner of the sixers doc rivers and daryl morey that coach and the president flew out to los angeles where ben has been all summer working out for a meeting from what i understand in that meeting. You know basically were saying. Hey ben we we tried to trade you. We couldn't get a deal so let's try to get on the same page here and move forward and will go into the season and see what happens. Apparently from what. I am told then sat and looked at him and said not only do i want to be traded. If you don't train me. I will not come drinking and for a player to say that to an owner. I mean you. Trade trade demands happen all the time in the league in fact. There's a lot of them that happen that we never know about and either get fulfilled or they don't but it's one thing for an agent to say to the general manager. It's another for the player face to face in person to say it to the owner and usually when that happens. It's curtains the difference in this situation as you will know as it. He has a four years left on his contract. He doesn't have the leverage that comes with a short contract. So how'd that plays that will be will be interesting so this scene in which multibazillionaire as the new york times had deemed him in a headline private equity prints. Josh eras across. From ben. Simmons and ben simmons is along with his camp representatives rich paul and clutch the agency. That represents lebron james famously. They're trying to generate leverage. This feels like an extreme experiment. In how a player can squeeze power where power may not conventionally found right at the bedrock of this pablo is. I think that ben doesn't want to be in philadelphia anymore. And i know that that's a simple statement like that. He really really doesn't wanna play in that situation in front of those fans. And so i really believe that the agent in this case rich paul is reacting to his players desire to not play. Do blame him like brian. I don't blame ben at all for wanting out. Given the litany of things you've just described from his star teammate. To his head coach to the fan base which has demanded that he leave and now here he is saying. Oh okay you want to get rid of me. Well so do i and that leaves philly and this organization with a real mess right. So really what he is doing is he's saying. My leverage is going to be that every day in training camp. That you're going to asked about ben simmons what's happening with ben. What are you gonna do with bent. That is where the leverage comes in. Is the headache that it will become. We'll become such a distraction that That they'll they'll make the deal me ask you this point blank though brian. Has there been a fan base. A collective media organism as there is in philly that is so collectively turned on a player. Who is on paper at least a cornerstone. He's a very unpopular superstar insects. I mean it's wild to be you know depending on he asked from australia. They may disagree but he is the greatest and most talented player in australian basketball history. But he's really disliked there be no especially because he wouldn't play for their national team in the olympics which was very important olympics for the australians. This year he was very very heavily criticized so his cue rating pretty much in his two homes so to speak philadelphia and australia is not good so i mean i think really. It's that lifetime fitness wherever he works out in. La he seems very comfortable there outside of their. I'm not so sure where. There's people embracing ben simmons right now yeah. It is a real lonely island right now. brian But i do want to be fair to the anti simmons camp as well. Because i think they're disproportionately rabid but i also get it. I get that they want him to jumpers that they wanted to shoot threes. They want him to shoot a lot better than thirty four percent from the free throw line in the playoffs as he did this postseason which was historically awful and i agree also by the way that ben simmons clearly lost confidence in himself against the hawks and i know that because he took a total of three shots in the fourth quarter across seven games which he also knows is unacceptable. I welcome the line is there's offense be i wasn't there. I do enough teammates work. But the question now i think is how risky holding out from training camp and then ostensibly actual regular season games. How risky all that would be for a stock that seems to have already bottomed out the thing about it is is that you know. He is uniquely positioned on this holdout way. His contract is paid out. Pablo hill have earned fifty percent of his contract by tober. I so within a day or two of coming into training camp he will already been paid. Sixteen point five million of the thirty three million. He's owed will already be his bank account and certainly the sixers can find him. And you know peel start peeling away from that extra sixteen million and not that. I think that he needed that. Check to make his mortgage payment this month. But you know part of the reason why. I think he is going to be comfortable and not turned off by any any. Potential fine is that they've already paid him for forty one of the eighty two games he's scheduled to play. Just why clarify what is on the table for the sixers here so the cba allows them to. I no shave money off by fine. But outside of those paper cuts essentially. Is there anything else that they can do. When a player just says you know what i'm out i'm just not gonna show up at all in two thousand twenty one. They probably cannot most players in the modern era. Get what they want is a long time but a saying in hollywood that a contract is over when the talent says that it's over from and that has increasingly become a reality in the nba. As well and ben simmons may not win quote unquote. This situation may not be exactly. It was likely but if he wants to trade and he's willing to stick it out he's probably going to get that trait so. I need to figure out where ben simmons might be going in that case. Brian and how his skillset might look after leaving philly after the break. It is our favorite time of year as we're back traveling. The road of college football and goodyear knows the passion and the excitement. It takes to drive forward whether your team is home or away. The games traditions are still the same. Through every first down touchdown or fourth quarter comeback by moving. Anything is possible years here to drive forward on road that moves us all goodyear more driven so. Let's look at. Ben simmons the player here for a second brian. Because that does oftentimes get lost. His philadelphia news media is comparing him to a trash can floating down floodwaters as he is a viral mean and all of the worst ways all of that stuff tends to obscure what the asset is so to speak in nba parlance. What is the asset here for those who are unfamiliar with ben. Simmons the player. He's a top ten defensive player in the nba. Really without question and other people would argue. He's top three or top five in the current nba. Where you really need to have versatility on defense because of modern defences require you to guard be to guard as many different types of players as possible. his versatility is worth platinum is waiting platinum. Because he is almost seven foot tall and he's got great quickness and great hands so on defense he can guard the point guard. he can guard the center. He can he can shut down elite scores or make it very difficult on them. He's got a good shot blocking instincts Also when he's able to create a turnover or get a rebound. He is terrific in in the open floor. Throwing the ball ahead starting fast break. I mean he is elite in this regard he so fast at seven feet tall to whatever to fortyish he is as fast as anybody end to end which creates offense off of turnovers in ways that other players can dream of doing right and so one of the things that's also very attractive about his player that he is signed to a four year contract so Unlike so many star players who when they demanded trade usually when they've got a year left on their contract if you trade for him you know that you're gonna have him for four years unless he demands on their trade. It's almost like being able to sign a free agent. So that's why you know. You've seen teams like minnesota or cleveland small markets. That probably wouldn't have the opportunity to sign a free agent. Like ben simmons show some interest in trading for him because getting him with four years left on his contract especially at his young age. He's he's like twenty twenty two that is just very unheard of and even the flaws that he would have in his game. You know we'd be worth it. I think he would have a lot of value on a team like that more than you have on the sixers now. I suspect that that team that traded for him might in three years want more out of him just like the sixers now that they've elevated into elite status want more out of him but that is why they're absolutely will be a market. The the issue is after he just had the worst season. The teams were looking to trade for forum. They are not offering anywhere near their premium. Package that that Philadelphia has shown that they want. And that's where the rivers and the commentary. Brian which went global as soon as those quotes were said. That's why it feels like if they actually wanted. Ben simmons to be out of their lives. Ben simmons the guy who was third team all nba the season before last the guy who was last season. The runner-up defensive player of the year. The guy who has point guard skills in a centers body blabbity blah. I've said this for eons. Now the guy who is basically a flying car without a stereo that guy if they want him out of their lives like it felt like they should be sounding more like me right like they should have praised him as oppose to tank his value by actually being way too honest because embiid. Brian in last week or two. He finally came around and went on twitter. And said stop using my name to push people's agendas. I love playing with ben stats. Don't lie. he's an amazing player. We didn't and we all didn't get the job done. It's on me personally. I hope everyone is back because we know we're good enough to win all of which would be exactly what i would have wanted to hear at the podium. After game. seven as opposed to fundamentally the opposite. Because what i'm thinking. If i'm ben simmons is why did it take you almost three months to say publicly long after all of the garbage was thrown in my way. Well boy you could. Deploy some psychologists on that kind of looked like he was saying he wanted to play with ben. And that you know. Don't blame me. I'm not driving. Ben away but then when you peel a layer back he was saying things like You know i got booed and i worked through You know. I kept working. And i got through it which you could interpret his. Basically preaching to. Ben toughened up. Come back and work through it And from what i understand. Ben is not communicating with his teammates or the team. Very much right now and so those comments. That joel tweeted out. Frankly may have been a message to get his words to ben zere because he's not sure that ben is even reading text messages right now. I do think that the damage is probably Incurable at least in the short term between them but even if indeed an dockers hadn't have said what they said we all saw the way. Ben played and his value. What had been harmed it just that when when docking embiid said that in addition to the trade demand it just really lowers the sixers bargaining position. Because everybody knows that the players and the coach aren't really down with the guy and as a guy who has finally come to terms with the fact that as much as joel and ben tan anchor the best team in the east together that they are never going to be their best individual selves together. I would like to formally buy stock in. Ben simmons right now i would like to actually by as much stock as i can in the revival of a non shooting defensive center who also happens to be one of the best passers in the league especially brian if you put him in a place like golden state well that's a very interesting one because the warriors have the type of players on their roster who potentially could be interesting to the sixers. They have young players. And you think about golden state you know. The idea that they are able to manage their shooting has been so good. When calleja and steph are there that they're able to manage guy draymond green who can't shoot but can defend at a very high level and also play make it a very high level the idea that they could integrate Another defender who's so dynamic as a playmaker and defender In you know. The idea of having draymond ben to facilitate and having Clay and stuff to schouten and figuring out who the guy is going to be depending on how the trade would go. You can certainly see why that would be attractive and you know. The warriors are radio enter back into the championship race. Which ben would allow that to do. Now whether or not golden state offers something that or possible goals it off. I don't know if they have offered whether that type of packages something to philadelphia. Thanks can get them towards championship status. I mean that's for darryl mortar decide. I will say the historically. Daryl has hunted star players general manager in. Houston you know. He hunted. James harden unto dwight howard. He hunted russell westbrook. He hunted chris. Paul anthony yes. He's always hunted for those stars. I don't think he's looking for andrew wiggins and some young developing players. He's looking for not like i said earlier. Bradley beal or damian lillard so you can come up with trades and make a lot of sense but if they don't have the star power i'm not sure are more interested in. Yeah i'm not sure either. Brian given how invested darryl is in the present but after the break. I want to take a closer look at the other power player in this entire equation. And how this all fits into a larger power struggle that's been reshaping the nba. Getting paid up to two days. Early with direct. Deposit is another reason. Begging with capital one is one of the easiest decisions in the history of decisions even easier than deciding to listen to another episode of your favorite podcasts and with no fees or minimum on checking and savings accounts. Is it even a decision. That is banking reimagined. What's in your wallet. Terms apply see capital one dot com slash bank capital one. Na member fdic all right so beyond the possibility bryant of ben finding nirvana and golden state or portland or washington minnesota. Or i guess. Even indiana or cleveland now is the latest list of landing spot suggests. I do want to dive into the key figure. Who's operating behind the seeds here. Because that is ben's agent. Reach paul who you listened to before and his agency clutch sports because rich i mean rich is one of the great stories in sports history. Right like let alone basketball history. He went from being a guy who sold throwback jerseys out of his car to a member of lebron's inner circle to now maybe the most famous and most feared agent in the entire league. So how would you describe the power of rich paul in the modern nba. Well i i'm going to tell you that. I have known rich. Paul for almost twenty years having said that we are not friends. We've had pleasant conversations. We've had uncomfortable conversations. He has been fiery mad at me. He has been very happy with me. It is you know when i speak about rich. And his of me knowing him not defending him. I will say that clutch has come to Prominence in an era that coincides with player empowerment in the league player empowerment era in my mind really greasy new level in two thousand fourteen. That was when lebron james essentially put the cleveland cavaliers together arriving in cleveland and trading instructing the cavs to trade draft picks away for kevin love basically deciding they were gonna trade for him and it has followed on from there. We were building to that for a while. That was what had happened. And it also coincided with adam silver becoming the commissioner of the nba. Adam silver is dramatically more player friendly Than david stern was yes. He is basically rolled back any kind of discipline or regulations on across the board on players. We talked to executives. They'll say they do whatever they want. It's not quite whatever they want. But relative to the david stern era. It is whenever they want. He won concessions from players. Certainly when it's come to play through the pandemic and Following protocols the saved the league and and generated billions of dollars in revenue and that is his m. o. but adam silver has basically worked hand in hand with star players in the league to operate the since he's come here. The rise of the player power is absolutely related to them and clutch is the agent for the player empowerment clutches on the cutting edge of that. You know if. You're anthony davis and you are not happy situation in new orleans and you hire rich paul and within eighteen months you've been traded the team. You want los angeles. You've one ring. And because you've got traded there you were able to sign a five-year max contract and made forty or fifty million dollars more than you would have a had stayed in new orleans and signed outright If you're anthony. Davis how do you not give rich five stars rating and i understand that. You're a pelicans. Fan you don't like him. Ultimately he's not there to make nice with teams and make fans liked him. He's there to deliver for the players. One of the things that i've seen about rich is that oh he won't send a certain player to this team or he wants all players out of this team mike. In reference to philadelphia there have been reports that therese maxi who's their young guard who frankly might replace. Ben simmons as their starting point guard he is also a clutch client and He he he wants ben out of there and he wants therese you out of there. That is not the rich. Paul that i've known for twenty years. The rich paul. That i've known for twenty years will knock down drag out and have a fight over player a and when that businesses concluded and now we're talking about player be it's fresh business. It has nothing player. A has nothing to do with it. Richards a bit of a lightning rod. He's also somebody that you know allows you know feature stories we've written on him and by the new yorker and sports illustrated and shows up at public events with adele sitting next to him. I forgot about down was wondering when we get to the fact that richard paul is allegedly involved with adele. I guess involved as is the best way to put it. I don't exactly know how to turn it. I don't either. Hollywood relationships bad. I don't really know how to find any of them. The oddest i think. Rich draws an An unfair amount of attention and that probably benefits them and hurts him at the same time. So just to put a very specific point on this brian. What does rich do that's different from the other agencies that makes him this figure in a way that is earned as opposed to merely reputational. I think rich goes for the home run more than his peers in his other agents where you know in the case of nerlens noel. He told maryland's forget about the seventy million. If you wait a year you can get one hundred. That type of thinking is the type of thinking that built rich paul's business way beyond the brawn james willing to hold players out of summer league and all the way up into training camp to fight for little pieces of incentives in rookie contracts. Which they did that is what he does other agents. Don't and when you do that with fifteen twenty twenty-five clients you're going to upset people and you're going to miss some time. He has been burned like What happened with nerlens. I think hurt him. You know he had another client kentavious caldwell-pope who turned down an eighty million dollar offer from the from pistons and then never really made up that money. Sometimes you bet on yourself and win sometimes you bet on yourself and loons all of that which you just said about how rich does business when you look ahead to how this preseason the beginning of the regular season training camp how that's gonna go. What's it gonna be like. Do you think as ben. And the sixers and daryl morey are all seemingly dug in in their own particular ways so a lot of it will depend. I think on how the sixers start the season to season poorly. Have a an early season losing streak. The people in philadelphia and the media are going to be all over them about ben simmons who knows maybe there will be a player somewhere else that will demand trait and all of a sudden. There's business to be done Or they'll be an injury somewhere else and something else open. I mean that's really the play that ben is having they say that. If you don't like the question just answer different one. If you don't like the situation just wait for it to change. And so that's essentially what ben is doing. They're basically waiting brian. They're waiting for other people's relationships to fall apart in ways that may even outside of their own. So that seemingly daryl. Morgan feel like okay. Time to go the vulture harvesting the broken love of damian lillard and the portland trailblazers bradley beal and the washington wizards. So that way ben. Simmons can finally get us. Freedom people ascribe daryl morey as the guy who brought analytics to the nba and he definitely played a huge role in that. But what you just said is really more defined daryl's which is to be the volta take advantage when somebody is is at odds with thirteen. The you all the ingredients here. What you have is a stalemate bronwyn orest as i get ready for war thank you so for clarifying stakes. Sellin pablo helmets on. I'm pablo torre and this has been. Espn daily our show is produced by alexander. Hyacinth might john's steve. Martine ryan intel mike philbrick. Andy tennant eve tro to mellow and aaron vail special. Thanks this week to andres. Soto christian gardner gary lang and jackson hello. I'll talk the monday.

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Episode 88: Picture books and shining the light on diversity with Ellie Royce

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Episode 88: Picture books and shining the light on diversity with Ellie Royce

"Hello and welcome to look bekker's. The podcasts are making great books while making creative lives. That work for us. I'm your host author editor and book. Coach connie be dowell. I am coming to you guys sedan. On a snowy morning. I am watching flurries of snow fall for my kitchen window. Which is a little bit surreal. We didn't really get any snow last year. We had like a flurry one day. And that was it. We didn't get any snow here in central virginia but this year we have had a fair amount of snow. Went like this the last week with possible more snow coming this weekend so it was just saving enough for us but the kids have a loved it. They loved splashing about making a snowman their first ever because they're so young and we live for two years in texas they. They've never made a snowy us. They made one this year. And that's been great line. The snowman has kind of been covered over by war snow for snowman. He'll come back sometime later. But i had a great interview coming up for you guys today. I talk with hector. Book author elie royce. We talk specifically about her latest picture. Book anti uncle drag queen hero and there was ever a title to draw you in ojibway so we talk a lot about her background and how she came to writing chen really interesting background. That has informed the kind of stories. She likes to tell we talk about that. We talk about the writing of anti uncle and we talk about ally ship because anti uncle is a story of ally ship is told through the perspective of a young nephew so it is a great chat and i hope you guys enjoy right. So today on the podcast. I am talking to children's author. Elie royce thanks so much for coming on the show today. Thank you very much for having me. It's very exciting soaking chief from australia. Yes i am impressed that we got off time. That seems so. I not purple time. It's always hard to do. So elliott would you like to tell us a little bit about yourself and the books that you yes. Thank you very much. Well i write children's books under my name ellie royce. I have actually been a freelance journalist. Full many as Under my original given name of michelle royce and I write a facebook with actually nonfiction book for women called moon rights and that was written as michelle reports and that was based on a load of the ati cousteau write as a freelance journalist duran health and wellness And so full for women. But having before that when i had my kids i I was really interested in writing children's books. And i did have a crack as they say at caught a few few times and got rejected quite a few times and then Sort of moved off into into freelance journalism. Because that was a great way to and some money will my kids were little and i just well always had a love. Stories and storytelling are women. Always very small. I was put in the corner by my grandmother. Telling her that. I'd flown around the world on a broom and she didn't believe me and if i had admitted to her that it was a story than i think i wouldn't have got sent to the corner but i couldn't do that because to me. It would tightly happened. I billy flu around the world on a broom. I think i actually had and i was standing in the front yard and spinning around as you do and sort of fellow either and laid there and had a little exciting little trip around the world in my major nation Bit later on in in stood. Great i think it would be i the day i got into trouble again with stories telling my telling my classmates a long story that wait for days and days about how i was a secret agent and was hoping my dad solve mysteries and that time they did believe me so festival image trouble for not being believed getting into trouble at the bank. Believed an auckland believed that they believed me. Because i was telling them all the time that it was a story but they thought it was They thought it was good enough to be real. Say that was That was my interaction with stories and storytelling and always reading always always rating Even harry potter. I had a covered under the stays where we used to go and see it with my books and read my books and books and stories the part of my loss. For as long as i can remember that i didn't fiercely. Think about writing fiction until my kids little children's fiction and then yeah then got sidetracked into journalism for a while and then Was windy were out and They would two girls who are going through some different things that school in some The united dealing with things that that kids have to deal with that age and i was really inspired to rot. Middle right at that. Time and Phase two novels published around two thousand night which recalled was a. It was supposed to be a series but as you know show. Sometimes that doesn't eventuate so we had a couple of a couple of books that were cool to let new books and di came out in two thousand and night. He was Abc books in australia and Ob quite excited because the rights have reverted to me. So i'm looking at revising and some so publishing during a bit of exploring a bit of self publishing this year because they still very relevant They came out before we had the the booming middle grade that we have now and there were formatted quite differently to help me to write books on so i thought it would be interesting to have a look at that of had a little bit of an ambition to be a publisher myself. So we'll see where that goes but in twenty four team I do a lot of work with older people and stories and storytelling with older paypal. I actually in my day job. Facilitate storytelling with oh to people and I'm studying narrative therapy and we we just see the magic in power of storytelling. It worked every day and that inspired my very fist. Peachable which was called lucas and jack and that was published here in australia. In twenty fourteen and it was a story about an older person and a younger person intergenerational connection and stories and that was that was very fun to do because we'll number two brilliant illustrator a number two It's steered me into the area. Where i seem to leave now as a children's ta Which is kind of on the margins. Oh out of the mainstream perhaps so It's always being a sort of this to me. That older people especially with my going k. becoming visible and it started me thinking about All the other areas of culture and communities where people seem to just disappear becoming visible so That started to inform the ideas that were coming to my head. And i guess that laid out to the book that was published last year which was actually written about five years ago but was published last year and twenty twenty which was auntie. Uncle drag queen hero. Which was very exciting for me because it really Pushed me a writer to think about the means very differently and that was actually thanks to my daughter. Who's good her challenging me. She's twenty eight now. She's very good at challenging. My middle class middle aged what sustained conceptions and Points that i. I would like not to be the norm for me now but Yeah it's she's in she's good at encouraging me to think about things to really think about them and really listen and really good. So she She audio in my. Hey thanks kate and yeah and so. That's sort of where i am now. Good another coming out This year in may and it's also about a diverse family. it's frizz lemay and it's about an extended rang by family. And what happens when you'll family changes when you're little little kid anew a growing up you know when you're born when you when you three when you fall and things change and what the important things still are two children so you know we used to re to me. We still sing songs together. Where we still. We still my favorite meal as people coming to the family. There's more and more that are added. So yeah so what. The important things are about love. Really i suppose in the end and cons absolutely. That's that's fascinating background. It's the that you work narrative therapy. That's really interesting. Cities restaurant fascinating. Yeah yeah well. i'm learning. I'm studying at the moment that's another whole podcast. I think but Yeah it's it is. It's just fascinating stories that we tell ourselves about ourselves. And how they an. And that's another thing that also informs marauding. The children is the fact. That i i want to try and bring full at the the fact that the stories that we tell ourselves about ourselves Sometimes quite limiting and don't have to be if if we know how to work around it or to to realize that that is part of a story. That's a story that someone else told us. And we've hung on onto it so yes very interesting get started very interesting as the thing. I didn't even realize was career field. You could really go. It goes really fascinating. Use it some dung i. If you can act there are such things narrative therapists now but as strands woven into many other many of the roles Pity should look into it. If they're interested because there's a lot of ways it can be helpful in different careers. And i can see how that will lead you to looking for. Who's invisible in your writing and using your writing to shine a light on those places that aren't being eliminated Yeah so would you like to talk a little. Bit more about Anti uncle and the inspiration behind that story. Yes we'll auntie. On cool as i said was written five years ago It was australia had a referendum about same sex marriage. Oh gosh accounting remember ear was now but i think it was about a year and a half after i right auntie oncle and i was also working on these other boots. That's coming out the she around that same time but i write aunty uncle. No i write the other says dinner right. Auntie ankle and it's funny because coming out the other way round But yes we always thinking about. i was talking to my daughter as mentioned and i was thinking about the different kinds of courage and courage in children's literature. Is i guess up to this. Point has been because just because of the way we've evolved has just been portrayed in very similar scenarios the You know there's always a different way to tell a story. But i hadn't seen anything like this. And i recall when i was actually in a in a different role in our work with a colleague who was an anti ankle who who had twelve adoring nations and nephews and he was actually from a a a different ethnic background that i thought it was interesting and it was great that his family accepted and loved him for who he was. And i thought that's another thing that doesn't seem to be Sort of shining children's literature either the or any literature up until the last couple of years is that you always have to have conflict about the person being the way they are with their family. They know it's not always a coming out story. Necessarily perhaps it can be the fact that that person has already done that and they have a relationship with their family muscle wasn't sure with that had actually been explored and i also wanted to be very careful and very respectful and not tell a story that wasn't mind tell so they were a lot of aspects of the antioch uncles story that i tried out. If you like different drafts or in my head and then sought nar a has commissioned to guy. That's not something. I have any knowledge about all. It's not my story to tell. Basically so i your head to come around to something that as a children's also took I'm not drag claim. Neither am i seven year old boy but at the same time children's also psi ops being emphasizing will trying to get my head around. How keats would respond to different things. Which is what what. It's all about for us telling stories. So that's how that came about in. Hey was partly the the inspiration for that And he was he's a joyous person he's a very joyous person Thought i remember having a conversation with him about how he brings up the fact that he does drag in some situations in in our work which will sort of fairly Not restrictive exactly that very regimented. It's very legislated. It's very regimented. Caring in general and caring for older people and Yeah he said that he felt uncomfortable in some situations. He didn't say anything about an obviously respect. That wouldn't say anything about it all the but that's that's courage is the kind of courage way you tree and rescue at keaton. And there's the other kind of courage way you being nutri self. And that is a lot harder to to do mice to the tom for most of us to be truly who you really are and be that to everybody. So all of those things sort of together and there was another Another episode here in australia where we had a couple of drag queens weight and spent time in an h k facility for a month. They're actually artists. And they did it as conduct a filler. She plus suppose that will funded by the government and it was. It was a joyous affair. As well i mean the the older people just to them and they just had the best time staying in an age capability i love the idea of is two very disparate parts of a community coming together because they can we can we. Can we can do that if we just pull out. Prejudices aside and and look at each other is people. yeah absolutely. that's really interesting. And one of the reasons. I really wide have you on. The show was because this wasn't just a a a way to spot lakes diversity in the book but that story we're having you were talking about being an ally to community or not part of it but it's a story about allies ship. Could you maybe tell the listeners. A little bit like a little caesar of with those on in the book in antion cool. Yeah and anthony. Yes well all k- will the The book is about a A young boy. He's told from the perspective of the nephew of the main character. Who is Leo on weekdays and lucia on weekends and the narrator we don't have a name for the narrator extolled from this person so They think it's very cool to have an anti uncle and aunt and uncle who is the same person and they love the fact that they unclear helps them with sums. And i love the fact that there aren't a lot of things docks with them and so that sort of sits up the family dynamic where leo is part of a loving family and supportive. Then something happens way. Leo is brought into this. Lotta is performing and is brought into the spotlight so for doing a brave act. One kind of a abrasive at and Is going to be awarded for that bri that and didn't take another conduct bravery full law talk to appear in front of leo's friends who are accountants and have never met lots had before so There is a bit of a a bit. Quandary there that who should accept the a wool would leo water and it main characters suggest. Why don't you buy. Accept the award and leo leo. Lhota says i have never been both of me before at the same time and that was an interesting idea to bring in as well and Say between the tools of night work out why. The bikes leo in russia can accept the award as one person and yeah and it's a happy ending of course and Good to have a happy ending could have hoped lending and the two different communities together by Bodies one person who is doing a courageous act and by the things that they share Differences wonderful. Because i make las interesting and they give us things to talk about and learn from each other And they are still the things that the same so in the book they talk about how they they like tea. They drink tea cake and they talk about maths and they took bet singing and they talk about how much they all like anti uncle. Which is the thing. That brings them altogether. So that's what auntie includes about. And as far as allies shit goes i suppose it's not a matter roles Full may it's a matter alz. I think i think i was brought up unconsciously in my family to have this point of view that people are all take and i've been lucky in that respect because a lot of people didn't have that kind of upbringing and i think that also as a young child i lived in huckler different countries and i experienced loss Living in actually in milan syncopal and we had A lot to do with the the family said actually newsday that that it was the country and as a small child. You don't you don't see the barriers that day between palin paps grow up has people grow up So i was fortunate enough to be sort of adopted into lake intellect families and spend a lot of time with them with kids in in day himes which were co campomanes and sort of hanging out and enjoying the food just basically the law stall of the likely paypal it. It never really occurred to me to see someone as as different and that is obviously a thing that occurs when you accurately jt. I imagine so growing up and realizing later on that. I was a privileged person. It's been village to be able to listen to and hopefully learn about diverse diverse aspects of the community. So i've i've of i guess our lives. I guess chosen to write about A certain sector at community. But what i aspire to hopefully with mariah being from here on e. as a conscious thing rather than unconscious thing is to To continue to listen and learn and and listen to the stories of of the papal in hopefully like to be out it helps until stories as well and Also also that voice to paper who has been invisible in who has not had a voice in a culture in and when i say at culture on talking about my coach cheering strata which is as a media klaus more or less society And also to to be an ally. I think is to to just support to to stand back and say how can i help way. Can i hope what can i do and And that's what i've been trying to do here. We have In out i in my little community here we have which is For friends and family of Lgbt plus Community and they actually focused more on the on the young people so supporting your take to become whoever they are is a really Osceola it's a really important job that needs doing sci-fi can step up and be a part of that then. That's something that i feel like. I can contribute. I guess just contribute on a can't change the world that i can maybe do a little bit and help have -solutely. I'm hearing a lot of really really good stuff in what you've been saying about Listening and learning at in particular that you tried several different versions of this story but The held off on some avenues. That you could have pulled this concept because it wasn't your story to towel Which i think is really important for writers who are looking to shine a light on a community. Are they telling the the story. That really is there to tell So glad that something that you brought up Yeah i think. I think that is something that people potentially don't always realize and with the best intentions they may go ahead and think this is a great story without realizing that it isn't this story to tell and it still is something that we really need to start thinking about in in everything we do. I think it just hasn't it hasn't been something that's in prison in mind so in in the minds of my generation and and why race my gender my everything that makes me who i am has not been something that has been prison in my mind but then when you realize that in someone explains it to you think oh of course what why. Why was this not present. And how can i now help to keep it prison in my mind and help it become prison in everyone. Else's markets slow. Just one of those. Wake up cools epiphany moments. I guess but yeah so so in the eventual forum. The story you told was because you are an ally you told a story of a boy being an ally to his anti yankel. Yeah and hopefully that will inspire other people to realize they can be allies as well in many different ways. Absolutely and i do love that. This is not Not the you always do the coming out stories about. I loved this story of someone who was really already accepted comfortable with living who he was But coming out is a continual process in verse. Yes absolutely yet and his nephew supported him in. This caller wave coming out. Yeah that's right and also the fact that you know from a child's point of view as well The days they has been in east still around various aspects of of different lifestyles bought. There are people have families you know who whoever that people have families one of the things that i love about how many anti ankles have actually said to me that they love the book and some of them have done readings online and it's just been brilliant to tease many a time actually absolutely great So what would you say to writers who are trying to trying to to shine awaits on the places that are are being illuminated but doing so in ways that aren't there aren't overstepping Or taking away from the voices that are already that are already trying to speak in that genre. How would you advise writers who wants to to be an ally through the writing. Where through other things that they do. Where should they start like. The best way will be ally in anything. I think we need to understand who we are. And realize who. we are. Way way seating to the grand scheme of things and then. I think you need to listen and learn about. Will we need to listen. Learn about old. Devas ole diversity in in a will really But i think that as far as writing goes if you choose the topic and you want to write something about it just think really hard about. What is your story to tail whose head you tell the story from where you coming from any. If that's not that belongs to you that you can work with if it if it's coming from the head of a poisson that you are not all you don't belong to that culture all all that if necessity or that diverse community or something that you have never personally experienced just cells of the. We can't just run about things. We experience for ninety brought anything but for example just to use antion clinton examples. You can write about being an ally because we can be alan's and we we can understand what it's like to try and be an ally basic and i think another thing that we need to be aware of and to be able to ride about. I actually wrote a story for out school magazine in australia. And it was called butterfly hands and it was about a girl who is a just a normal school kid in again in middle school and she has an interaction with the new girl who is death but the girl. The fiscal isn't paying attention and doesn't realize that the goals day site as a series of misunderstandings this first one just thinks the other one's rude and they end up having this altercation and k to write about people making mistakes. We don't have to be perfect. We just have to be willing to listen and willing to us. How can how can i help you. How can how can we. We live together. What do you need from me. That i can do. And if it's nothing if it's just be a witness or just listen. When i talk to you then then that's fine that sanaa does that make sense. Yeah absolutely so. I'm hearing a lot a lot of good stuff here about what she said about asking yourself. Who's had is this story coming from. Not about listening to the community are actually portraying Mode that's some of the ways. Were people with good intentions. Who go wrong can go wrong by you. Sort of jumping in two story. That isn't there to tell by not actually listening to the people that they are trying to represent. Yeah i think. I think that's probably the starting point for us is right is anyway. I'm sure things will change over the next ten. Fifteen twenty as a hype site but at this point where we are now. Think that that's probably probably the best place to stop absolutely So this has been a really good chat with you elliott. Do you have any like harding. Words of advice for writers who are trying to raise more diversely or who are trying to write for children or or anything else is come to your were chatting. Oh well thank you again very much for having me and i just think that Writing i think we need to look around and i think we need to say alcohol community as at ease. We need to look. We need to see all the people in and what i'm trying to do is reflect all of ice people in my work even if it's not even if they're not there is main characters let's reflect accurately what communities look like. And let's include being cleaves end end. I think that equities in Would remember as well. It's not the same as equality equity means that everyone has a chance to to do whatever it is they trying to do. It's different than everyone being equal. So for example. If you were standing on watching something. I faint and everyone had a box. That was the same hot thin a toll person would see better than a shoulder person rather than changing the heart of the box co. person to stand on so that they can all see over the flames. If that makes sense. I think that yeah. I just think that Any any rot. It's it just needs to become an essential of al our reflection because that's what we do. I guess we reflect and when we telling a story we were reflecting the place with the palestinians. Just think about being inclusive hs. I think that's a really good starting point. That's the place to a place to move from move forward from the old writing children's writing and adult fiction nonfiction. Absolutely absolutely it will. This has been a great chat. Which you like to remind listeners where they can find you and your books online yes. Thank you my website is at. Www dot l. royce also dot com. And i'm also on instagram. As ellie royce kid'll also and on also going to be working on a podcast this year which is called made of stories. So i'm on instagram as Might if stories with royster as well so yeah. That's a flight around on facebook as well site. Just look for ellie royston. You're probably fund me some way excellent. So what's what's the podcast going to be about other than a story. Well i've interviewed a couple of couples paypal saw. I have a a a friend who doesn't leave me and we have been an ongoing conversation. So that's kind developing into one strand of the podcast. But the other strands is going to be sharing stories Sharing stories from all kinds of different people. Just about how they navigate the twisty turny lives and That's however brunswick mining out of stories and we make meaning out of s stories and other people's stories so that will be That will be part of it as well cool. Well thank you again so much for coming on the show tonight. Thank you for having me. Coney really appreciate it. Thanks for listening to today's episode of the book echo podcasts. 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Heart of the World  Conference 4  Meditations on the Paschal Mystery with Dr. Anthony Lilles and Kris McGregor

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Heart of the World Conference 4 Meditations on the Paschal Mystery with Dr. Anthony Lilles and Kris McGregor

"Discerning hearts presents heart of the world. Meditations on the Paschal mystery with Dr Anthony Lewis in response to the isolation in which much of the world was plunged into due to the outcomes of global pandemic caused by the Corona Virus. In Two thousand twenty. Dr Anthony Lilla has chosen to offer. Discerning heart solicitors an opportunity to enter into a special retreat which he was to offer in April of Twenty twenty at a retreat center in California in the special presentation consisting of several successive conferences. By Dr Lewis. He will base his meditations on the Paschal mystery by exploring the great spiritual classic heart of the world by hunters fumbled. His are we now present conference three of this retreat with Dr Anthony Lewis? I'm here host Chris McGregor Welcome Anthony. It's great to be with you. Chris thank you for hosting this next. A conference in our retreat is a joy and I've enjoyed our discerning hearts. Retreats for people have come literally from all over the North America and in one case from Italy to her to be with us and that very first turning hearts retreat. This right wonderful to be with people and to share. But we can't do that this year and you know so. We've got his open another door for Hasni I. He has part of what you've shared though with me is that the Lord is using These conferences to To really reach out and help a lot of people during that time where a lot of his field is connected The the Lord seems to be using this time in our conversation and I in these readings to to help people reconnect with the Lord and to help them think about how to love one another in the current circumstances. So how about if I begin with a prayer and this is a prayer from Charles de Fuca and a little breed from longer taxed but He gets right to the point in it. It kind of it kind of puts us into Good Friday mode and so our Our conferences of started out route. Bring us into the Treadwell and are are the last couple conferences that we offered really put us into the Into Holy Thursday. I am the vine in your the branches and I in these conferences. We begin to approach the mystery of the Cross and a Charles in nineteen is eighteen ninety six A several years after his conversion a pinned these words. that Allow you to identify with Christ crucified in name of the father and the son and the Holy Spirit Amen. Father I abandoned myself into your hands. Do with me what you will whatever you may do. I think you I am ready for all I accept. All the only your will be done in me and in all your creatures. I wish no more than this allured into your hands. I commend my soul. I offer it to you with all the love of my heart for. I love you lord and so need to give myself to surrender myself into your hands without reserve and without with boundless confidence for you are my father and the name of the father of the son and of the Holy Spirit Amen. So Chris you have us some readings for us and in this reading. These readings are drawn right from the second part of heart of the world by answers from Baltasar Obviously the Holy Spirit Guardian. You wait wait. You choose what what prompted you for this reading? Well I felt for this particular rating that it spoke to so many people in a particularly to me to experience of As we enter in and we take a look how. How can we relate? How do we communicate with Christ and sometimes we just don't feel worthy enough or with there's a block and us that were trapped somehow and so I thought Both are really are helped give a articulation to our struggle. Very good will. Why don't you share the reading with us? Okay we'll try to do some justice here on the from page one. Thirty three of heart of the world and As Chapter Eight jail and cocoon you are in prison and I am in prison. I know Lord that you are in your prison for my sake and that you remain in yours only because I remain in mind. Both of them belonged together. Both are one and the same dungeon if you could succeed in freeing me from my confinement. U2 would be free. The dividing between us would topple and we would both enjoy the same freedom. I too could perhaps free. You buy free myself and in this case as well we would both be freed. But that's just it. This is precisely what you can't do and what I myself can't do. I know your secret. You want to share my my destiny but I am deeply buried within myself and I cannot burst. Open the gates to the cell. You thought it would be easier for two and you offered to help me you buried yourself in my cave but because my solitude is lonely yours also became lonely and now we wait one for the other separated by this wall. I will know that the fault lies with me and not at all with you. You have done everything that was possible. You have suffered made atonement in my place. Paid for everything advanced down to the last drop but there is one thing you can't do and this is something. I can't do either. I should but I cannot. I should want to but I don't. I wish I could want to but I don't want to how to stand that. How can this be? I don't understand it. They say you blotted out sin and made thome it for it. They say you effaced sin not just covered it up and that henceforth it no longer exists in the eyes of God and yet sin is precisely this that I do not want what God wants. I can't see how this opposition on my part could be broken. I can't see how this prison wall which holes McAfee could be pierced through. You know what I mean Lord. It isn't easy to explain this to you for I. Myself don't know exactly how it occurs. How all this fits together when I reflect upon it. It's like nodded briars. My soul gets trapped in them. I soul is like the young lamb that wandered off mung the thorns. I'll try to tell you how it happened very good. Well this is a very powerful reflection. It dovetails or kind of goes with some of what we looked at yesterday. Remember yesterday Or in our last Conferences We we had the the meditation where The way of God and the way of man are kind of in opposition to each other and This is this comes up again here. This toll is confronting the soul. That is speaking to us. The Voice of the soul is confronting that reality and so in our earlier conference. We spoke about this kind of on a macro level. This is kind of the way it is but now this is what it looks like on a psychological personal level in your prayer And one of the reasons why I love this. Passage is because a lot of people feel these things but never articulate them in their prayer they They know that something's wrong. Something's off they know that they're resistant to the Lord that there's hostility there to him on some level and but rather than humbly kind of articulating the way. The soul is We we don't want to deal with it and and it is exactly there when we don't want to deal with these kinds of things going on in our hearts That's this becomes exactly an occasion to pray. This is not an obstacle to prayer. This is the opening to prayer and too often Too often has these kind of thoughts. Come up we come up in this thing where I just don't WanNa let go of XYZ. I really like this attachment or I don't want to give up or some other some other reality like that and They're subtle forms of this too it's easy to think about addiction to kind of like different kinds of pleasurable escapes and A over over investing ourselves diversions and so forth looser kind of easy things to identify. We know why when we've eaten too much popcorn or whatever it might be but there are other kinds of things that are harder for us to surrender to the Lord For example anxiety over a person or a relationship or a situation and anxiety and self pity. We don't want to give up the self-pity we don't WanNa give up feeling anxious We went to cling to it for whatever reason were not willing to trust on with it and so we hold onto that thing. The the other thing that we can hold onto improbably the the one that blocks the spiritual life the most is Is Forgiveness we The Wall between the soul and Christ often is constructed are put there because we've made a judgment about another person because of something they've done to us and we don't want to let go of that judgment and Jesus is on the other side of the walls asking US inviting us. To let go of that Judgment Am am. We're basically on our side saying no way Because in our thoughts with there's a fear what will happen. If I do let go of it. What will that really mean in and So there there's two to A specific things in this conference that I I. I want to present One is I want to provide a theology forgiveness to For people to consider his they have this conversation with the Lord. I invite them after this conference. Back to put themselves in the place of the little lamb and In in that place of the LAMB. Who Stuck in the BRIARS? You're going to talk to Jesus and what I want you to talk to. Jesus about is the block in your spiritual life the place where you don't trust him and that might be either anxiety or unforgiveness or maybe some other thing. But today I want to deal with anxiety and Elena deal with unforgiveness I let me deal with with unforgiveness and and this actually comes from the catechism of the Catholic Church taught about this before. But it's so important this time of year especially those of us who have families and we're living close together sometimes. Some of the unforgiveness in our family starts coming to the fore and you start seeing bickering that you haven't seen before sometimes You're you There are short words. Sharp words exchanged between family members and even spouses that Don't normally get said because you had a way of evading things and Win that that happens is you're dealing with that Oftentimes if you will take that per you know why I did. This exchange happened the way it did. Why was there this meltdown on you? Know why did things come to this to the head? The way they did between us you'll find In your own heart judgments about someone that you've made and those judgments that you've made normally are rooted in a rooted in something that they did or failed to do and I and so what do you do with it. What do you do if somebody offended you by abandoning you or somebody a hurt you by By a mocking or saying something that hurt your identity or a Way If the damage your reputation all of these things can be a can be the source of judgement about another person. That's very difficult to let go of and In so here's here's How do we deal with that judgment? Will the first thing is the catechism of the Catholic Church teaches? It's impossible to forgive or forget an offense based on my own energy and my own efforts. I can't forgive or forget an offense So I can want to in God will use my desire but I can't I can't force myself to emotionally. You can't let go of a judgment based on your own energy. It's something that takes the work of the Holy Spirit in your soul. I tell the story and I I'm I work at a seminary and I work with all kinds of wonderful people and including a religious and there was this one Religious sister who just knew how to get under my skin and I was so angry about something that happened in this woman. Incidentally they certainly good woman but for whatever she got on my bad side and I wanted to just let her have it and I knew it wasn't the right thing to do so I went into the blessed sacrament chapel. I knelt down a bag. Jesus for like more than half hour. Give me the grace to forgive. Sister so-and-so for such and such and and I feel I. My blood pressure came down. I got calm and fill up my heart. I felt the words you know a you know. I've forgiven sister for such and such and so I thought Oh this is so good I stand up. I exit the the Chapel and as I exit the chapel. Who's the first person I see but this this person that I've been praying to forgive for you know the last half hour? I see her in all my angry judgments come right back and it's an and I struggle even to look at her in the eyes and And so I prayed about that. What is that all about? How you know. That's this wall that is been described for us this this toll I put up a wall between me and Jesus and Jesus along time to take down this wall. A half hour and prayer wasn't going to do it. I would need to go back. Forgiveness is a little bit more like peeling an onion with you or going to cook and you have an onion and it has some ugly scars on the outside. You probably don't want to serve that to your guests and see appeal the the bad part of the onion back until you get to the healthy center in hand and forgiveness. It's like that you have the slowly kind of peel the the onion and sometimes it makes you cry in those tears. Though are good tears the The catechism teaches that the soul that will to the Holy Spirit will find its hurt transformed into compassion for the person who offended it and A source of intercession for them. The Holy Spirit wants to teach US compassion in intercession to do the He needs us to surrender our hearts to him. And that's the hard work. That's what this this little passage about. Jesus is saying something to your conscience. He's inviting you to something so much better and so much more wonderful but there's something someone probably a hurt that you're not able to let go of so to help souls make this movement a surrender the Holy Spirit. I like to remind them of Of this great truth in in that is Ponder for a moment why it is the Jesus allowed this person to hurt you in the first place in order to help your your Your Meditation Ponder. Why is it that Jesus made himself vulnerable to my own son? Why is it the Jesus made himself so vulnerable that my personal said has crucified him. I spoke earlier conference. It's hard for me to look at a crucifix. Part of the reason why. It's hard for me to look a crucifix. Is I see my sin a but the reason why keep on looking at the crucifix is because I also see God's mercy and God's mercy is more powerful than my son it's his mercy that can take down this wall and And so then why is it? The Jesus permitted this soul to hurt me. We all know This is a philosophical truth. It's just it's just true Even the founders of our country observe this that they were talking about slave ownership. And these these said Thomas Jefferson actually said however dehumanizing It is for somebody to be a slave it's even more dehumanizing for the owner of that slave and whoever's hurt you how much they've hurt you it's dehumanizing the rob you of your dignity the grievances real but however much they hurt you the dehumanize themself and hurt themselves even more. They've robbed themselves of their dignity. And a singular way. How is their dignity ever to be restored? God knows that we're all kind of We're all fallen and were broken and And that the power of centers greenhouse and. I think that sometimes he allows us to be wounded by another person because God has chosen us out of everybody in the whole world to intercede for them when somebody wounds you the share with you their misery in a particular way there. The the absence of love. I've talked about this in a previous conference. What is misery? What is the thing the the thing that hurts us? That's holding us back. Why is this soul unable to go past the wall and see Jesus misery? What is this misery? Miseries the absence of the love that ought to be there and is not there and God wants to fill that hole. He wants to fill that hole with his love. That's what mercy is. Mercy is love that That sees the plight of another and and is pierced by it and it it. It moves to relieve to to relieve the The plight suffering the agony of that other soul to help do anything to help restore their most of all do anything so that that Sol- does not suffer alone when somebody out of their misery. Wounds me or you. They have shown us something about their misery. That that Only we know you know what it is because of the ways. Hurry you but if it's hurt you as much as it has could imagine what they are having to bear alone. Jesus sees that and he aches for us. He aches for those who've heard us any aches for those we've heard and he implicates Saul in his work on the cross. He's inviting you if you've been wounded and are struggling to forgive to surrender to the Holy Spirit those judgments in your heart and And if you will he will teach you how to intercede for the person who's hurt you. He'll teach you how to have compassion for them and insofar his you are surrendered to the Holy Spirit. You're implicated in staving work. The saving work of Jesus and And so that's the first block. I wanted to talk about is is This wall separates us from Jesus. Search our consciences in our memories and our attitudes especially if you find yourself having snapped at somebody or there was a meltdown in you contributed to what are the judgments in my heart. That have caused that have have. I surrendered those judgments to Jesus have I let Jesus hold every thought captive? So that's that's the first thing. I I WANNA talk. There's another one so a little bit different dynamic but But at the root of it is is the same problem in coke. In in overcoming it is the same solution in the at the root of of The things that separates us from Jesus is a lack of trust in him. We're afraid that if we trust him Somehow what we want. What we desire is going to be lost and we're afraid of that and And so with that in in in the second part of this conference I wanted to share with you. A a devotion and it's called It's called the surrender. No VENA A lady in Colorado makes these little flyers in this surrendered. Nevena in spite father. Lindo a father Delenda was a spiritual director who lived in southern Italy I think insist lily about the same time. That Padre Pio was alive and Padre. Pio used always say to people who had come from Sicily to see him. Because why are you coming to see me? You have a greater saint saint in Sicily Go see Father Father de Lindo and Anthony yes you know we have that undiscerning hearts the surrender no Vienna and the full the longer prayers. Well it's probably one of the most accessed Audio prayers no Vinas that we have is also on Youtube to you can find it on Youtube on the discerning hearts page. Well that and I'm glad that people are going to that The The prayer that Father Dha Lindo teaches us to say On the beads of a rosary is. Oh Jesus I surrender myself to you. You take care of everything and Sometimes when we're very worried for a loved one and perhaps you have a loved one right now. Who's very sick Maybe even with the current virus that we're having to deal with and we're worried about the future and we're worried about our jobs and sometimes that anxiety can be so great it robs us of being able to be present to the Lord and be present to those the Lord's entrusted to us. Jesus I surrender everything to you. You take care of it. is a beautiful little prayer. That will help. Byu surrender that anxiety to him Anxiety can become a sen- if you let it rob you of your ability to love your brothers and sisters and So don't let anxiety during this pine be the wall that separates you from. Jesus act against it. Jesus I surrender to you. You take care of it in Jesus will take care of those who are who are suffering and he will be with them when we can't be with him with them that we he he And in with that I will also say you know there will be our brothers and sisters whom the Lord uses the sickness to call home. That's going to happen. But the prayers of God's people with their surrendered faith are powerful and And God will also work in power and there will be healing because of your prayer faith but in order to give God space to give him the freedom he needs to show the healing wonders of his love. We need to trust him. And that means standing against anxiety especially that inside that becomes a wall between us and Jesus so at the end here whether it's somebody you need to forgive or whether it's anxiety about a situation or a person whether a it's a bad habit you just don't want to give up a comfort that year just clinging to too much whatever. The Wall is Jesus love more powerful than that low wall and what he's inviting you to do is have an honest conversation with him where you're actually at what's actually going through your heart and if you will have that real conversation with him he's not going throw up his hands and give up he's going to listen to you. He's going to take all of your concerns serious and And then he's going to show you something that will allow you to surrender him to him in a more beautiful way. He's going let you to see new dimensions. New levels new doubts of his render. That will help you trust him. A bet it all begins with the decision to pray to be honest with Lord so So Chris Thank you for that very beautiful reading. Did you have any concluding thoughts about it that you wanted to to bring to the conversation? I don't know idea top perfection. You're so excellent I mean just so. Excellent Anthony the only the only thing. I can Maybe offer that as you. Look at the surrender prayer as you. I'm so glad you brought that forward. It's helped me to learn how to trust. I mean it's like a it's a reminder over and over again he talks about how In this prayer that any speaking with the of Christ when you when you when you enter into this no Vena. It's Christ speaking to you that you know you come to me with your anxious prayer. You're like a child who comes to or someone who goes to the doctor and you tell them of your illness and then you tell the doctor had it to to Q. like somehow we know what we need and he said don't do that and it's very simple. It's like don't go don't you can't. The doctor can't do anything if you're going to try to take care of yourself and so is just so beautiful. I'm so glad you brought that forward. Anthony Thank you. Thanks for putting it up at discerning hearts beautiful beautiful devotion difficult. This concludes conference three of the special audio version of an online retreat. Entitled Art of the World Meditation on the Paschal Mystery with Dr Anthony Lewis. This retreat is based on the book heart of the world by Hans Urs von Balthasar. To obtain a copy of this book please visit the website of his publisher. Ignatius press at Ignatius dot com to hear and or two down though this audio podcast visit discerning hearts dot com you can find it on numerous podcast streaming platforms as well as on the free discerning hearts APP. This has been a production of discerning hearts. I'm your host Chris McGregor. 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New Signings

PTI

23:18 min | 2 months ago

New Signings

"Expresses all new and may express you from the stretches teams in the game to confidence. Boosting suits that. Feel like sweats. Discover new arrivals at express shopping express dot com or in stores. Pardon your option. But i'm pablo tori. I am back on the show which means you must have enjoyed having me last week. Tony tony kornheiser joy. That's a little strong. I mean other suggested tolerated if you wanna stay with the e endured. I liked him very much but enjoy shouli dur via land war. What am i here. I tickle tickle in there we in the french and peleponnesian wars toray welcome. Pti boys and girls will on tuesday. So i'm joined by a great friend from the espn daily podcast. Mr pablo tory cheers. They enjoy and we begin today with news from lebron land. Carmelo anthony yes carmelo. Anthony has signed with the lakers. This gives the lakers another huge name to go along with the braun. Anthony davis russell westbrook and it adds to the series of aging role players including old friends. Trevor reason dwight howard that they have added in the last twenty four hours. Pablo what do you make the old school squad. The lakers are assembling. I i love tony me. Monk also signed for the minimum with this collection of players. So you have a twenty something year old with a bunch of old guys. And i empathize with maliki monk. Every time i show up to do this show with you. So i get some aspect of this however a lot of this feels like something of a reboot. In this sense a reboot is when you bring in like you know high flying celebrities big names and all of that but underneath. It's the same movie right. it's the same movie in the movie to me still. Tony is our lebron. Anthony davis going to be healthy in the playoffs. And this russell westbrook gonna change those. Are the questions that matter. This other stuff seems like decoration. Around that so i'm going to take the side you would expect me to take in this. Which is to concentrate on the age of these people. Because when i'm working with you. I think my god. He's seventy years younger than all. Concentrate on the age for a second. Let's look at lebron. Lebron is thirty six russell. Westbrook is thirty two. But there's very little tread left on those tires. Those drives have worked hard for a long time. Anthony davis is the only real player under thirty that they have but he breaks down all the time. He's got the body of a sixty year. Old carmelo is thirty seven years old. I guess he's been in the league in portland for a while. But i don't know much about him anymore. Except that he's thirty. Seven in may have come in with lebron dwight howard. This is great. He entered the league in two thousand four. Dwight howard trevor aretha. He's thirty six years old. He was on the two thousand nine championship team with kobe. Bryant empowered vishal. So they're not just old. They're the senior tour of the nba. Right now they're going to petition to get their game. Start at five in case they want to go to sleep at seven thirty evening. Look i love him. I love lebron. I want them to win but they are literally picking up guys off the street because there's no money those three big guys have all the money and everybody who also comes in is coming in for carfare and a sandwich. I love that. There is a purple and golden girls dynamic. Here to the line from joe mandy on this. This is a very old collection of players. That by the way. If you're if you're a lakers fan tony. I just want you to be aware of this. They are delusional. Really excited about every bit of this because you know what they love hollywood. Of course they love the names. They have names that you remember even if those names are as you say worn down to the bone because they are in fact somewhat geriatric but i will just say this pablo. It will not surprise me if they win. It will not surprise me if these old people will themselves into one run not be because if lebron anthony davis are healthy. All things are possible but beyond the lakers. Tony the first night. Oh free agency was dominated by point guards. We had chris. Paul resigning with the sons mike. Conley doing the same thing with the jazz kyle lowry. Now with the miami heat and lonzo ball is now with the chicago bulls so which of those moves is most notable to you so the most notable thing in all is the astronomical salaries that you get paid for playing in the nba. Even if you're not a great start. I have no where this money comes from. I know you would say to me. Well it comes from tv but the ratings are never any good so at some point it seems to me. This bubble may burst. Maybe it'll never burst in terms of specificity. The thing i got most excited about honestly was lonzo ball going to chicago. Lonzo ball has done that hard thing. That magic johnson did and rick. Barry did a along time ago. He's made himself a better shooter. He's better shooter right. That lonzo ball but right now. The chicago bulls are awash in los angeles guards. Lonzo ball grew up in la and played at ucla sack levin played at ucla. The guide caruso alex crusoe just played four years for the los angeles lakers picked up. Demar to rosen. And damore to rosen also from l. a. and played at usc. So we talk about going. Hollywood with the lakers. This is this is a hollywood thing for chicago. And i think that will probably be tremendously offended when he finds out chicago has gone hollywood. Well i wanna talk about will bond going to phoenix hollywood in a different sense because the dude is out there. Tony writing a book with chris. Paul and so my attention goes there. Is this new development. Is this an epilogue. Is this like a robert carroll multi volume tone that will bond is doing with chris paul because what chris paul has just done here signing a four year deal at age thirty six for i believe. Approximately one zillion dollars is a mathematical. Some here what he is doing is not only building a market for the old guys. He also built a market. For kyle lowry so i see those two stories connected icy chris. Paul being the guy you plug in is a point guard to a team. Take him to the finals. Maybe i see the miami heat saying wait a minute. There is another thirty five ish year old point guard who can allegedly lead a locker room be installed from the jump and take us to the next level. I think chris. Paul's success in phoenix has led to kyle lowry getting this contract. Now with the miami. That's interesting because i always thought. Chris paul wanted to go to the lakers. And i guess the lakers chose russell westbrook ahead of chris. Paul and chris. Paul has to settle for just being fabulously wealthy. I'm not as impressed. Kyle lowry will lead miami back over no walkie or the net says as though i think you know i think he's i think he's a very good player. The one thing that gave me great. Joy was duncan robinson. Getting ninety million dollars and the reason it gave me joy is he started out as a d. Three player now williams college undrafted d. Three may never making money. Let's move to the united states. Olympic basketball team once again beating spain as they always do in the olympics. This is four straight olympiads that this has happened. Spain's very good full of current and former nba players. The united states is better though and has four more and gave players because they're all nba players. Pablo are you becoming bullish on team. Usa's prospects for gold not quite yet. I'm gonna hold as the stock market parlance goes tony. Because this game against spain it was a victory yes. They beat them also before the olympic started. What i was concerned by was the fact that this was not at all easy in the second quarter. Spain was up by ten right. You know ricky rubio shows up looking messianic in terms of his beard and his long hair and he ends up playing messianic lee as well he had thirty eight. I believe the most ever scored against an american men's basketball team ever so the issue here is that yes they get a big win over a good team but the symptoms the problems. The fact that damian lillard couldn't get off the bench for the last seven minutes of this game because he's not shooting well and seemingly is nothing like himself that to me is very worrisome. Headed into the semi fine okay. So last week wilpon was on the show and will bond said. After the american team lost to france he said oh boy. You know the czech republic. They're really good in iran. They only lost a france by six or seven. They're really good and says the gap is closed. Everybody has caught up to us. And i listened to this. I rolled my eyes a couple of times. And i thought to myself and then said the following iran is a fifty point game. The czech republic is a thirty point game and the united states is going to win the gold medal. And i'm going to stay. I'll play hold also. I'll play hold on that particular position. I understand that australian slovenia very good australia. I think in las vegas in an exhibition game. Beat the united states. Yes but if i'm not mistaken the nba finals was still going on so booker. And middleton and holiday were not available to the americans then and kevin durant somebody look this up for me scored seventeen point so i think he was sort of distracted. Kevin durant the best basketball player in the world and of kevin durant is on with minimal. Help the united states is the best team. I'm glad you mentioned ricky rubio. Because all he doesn't united states is pass. I like i always thought he could be great by. He became the prototypical point guard that he was always passing always passing. Spain's been good for a while. Not quite on american level. That's all but that final the gold medal game. Think about it though. It's not just australia. Which no one two games in a row. I believe against team. Usa slovenia has not lost because they have luca danni rich with by on their team. They have not lost. And so the idea that kevin durant versus luca in a gold medal game regardless of who wins. I want to see that specific match happen. Apologies the oceanic. No i totally agree with that totally agree. Let's take a break coming up. Or the sixers smart by keeping a high asking price for ben simmons and the yankees get upstaged by cat. They can break. So here's what the lakers have to do. This week. They have to sign powder. Soil and derek fisher. I mean just all the way and chiropractor right after that. Yeah exactly in that order again. Don't bet against them. 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He adopted the ended up a sports writer. I on the other hand aspired to be a sports writer. I ended up doctor. I'd say that's a win for me. Was i the sixers asking price for ben. Simmons is blank. it's unrealistic. Let me set the scene here. David aldridge in the athletic said that they're looking for four first round picks and an all star caliber player. Let me just deal with the picks for a second. I mean oklahoma city has stockpiled. The bunch of picks. I think if i'm correct they have twenty five. First round picks next year and forty. Five first round picks year interact. They are hoarding first. Round picks like toilet paper at the beginning of the pandemic. I think all of these picks are particularly useful. I think any coaching the league would rather have a young veteran. Then a pick on on any level to me. These are like bitcoin. That's a concept that most people don't really understand so. I don't think they're going to get anything like that. If i ran the sixers honest. I've said this before. This guy is six ten. He's a great defender. He's a great passer. I wouldn't be cashing him in this quickly. I would get a shooting coach. Pablo and i would get a psychologist to work with. People say the sixers have done this. My answer is get different. People find they found with lonzo ball. But you know the key. The key shooting coach slash psychologist is rick perry. I want that guy to teach ben simmons. How does shoot underhand. Because i will try anything at this point. Because i like you believe a twenty five year old who was under four more years of cost control. Who was voted the best defensive player in the nba by peers and some poll. I read on the internet. I'm sure it's true and also was it all. Nba player so for me. The word here is grand mastery. Actually because daryl morey the actual gm of the sixers doing saying to himself. Look i don't want to give this guy up for a discount. Because in the regular season last year i had be number one team in the east now i know. The landscape is shifting beneath. Are right now. Obviously teams are going to get better than they were last year but to me you play the waiting game. It's chess it's patients. It's grand mastery because the guy i want is damian lillard and that guy ain't available until he demands out when the season starts. Maybe i would do that. But if i could get ben simmons to be great. I'd keep ben simmons for the next same next the cat. That stopped playing yankee stadium. Last night was black. One tool the cat can run. We'll see the cat can run. The cat cairn hit the cat cared. Hit with power can feel decak throw. It's a one tool cat so we get to watch the cat where to camp around the outfield and we get to watch the caq get off on the bullpen war and we get to watch the tack do like great vertical jumping. And we get to watch your cat ovoid and evade the grounds keepers for some long period of time. When we get to here. Yankee fans chant. Mvp of the cat and is it amusing. That disease pablo. It is amusing. But for me. It's sorta like when you're stuck at a at a big celebration and they keep doing fireworks and after while you say enough already aboard with this. Let's move on. And that's how i felt about the cat. How dare you is how i begin this answer. How dare you disparage this cat. And you haven't seen this cat. Do the things try to do the things you mentioned tony to me one to work to me. The word is apex predatory because a cat a allegedly common house cat is the apex predator. Food chain ecosystem he enters. This note does besides run the basis better than any of the yankees currently on the team right now to the worst base running team anyone's ever seen this cat can kill and hunt down rats. Give me a skill. That's more important tool more board at the new york city than the ability to do that. Apex what what was the second part of that apex. Apex predator come apex predatory. That's it let's take one last break. Still to come pablo's guy bob soulsby and once twelve. Maybe getting desperate and more bad injury news for the indianapolis colts. I don't i didn't think of that. That is predatory. I thought my dorm. Jesse would change that cat right out of the bronx do you own or rent your home. Sure you do. And i bet it can be hard work you know. It's easy bundling policies with geico. Geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. It's gyco easy visit. Geico dot com. Today that's geico dot com. Math says when to great things come together they make something greater for instance. One plus one is two. Oh simple right. how about this trunk. Plus hotdog equals tailgate or turf plus dancefloor zone and when you add friends plus football equals. Espn fantasy football. It's as simple as that. Espn fantasy football with insights provided by ibm watson. Sign up now at espn dot com slash fantasy. Football happy people. Happy ninety six birthday marv leave. Just roll out over little bit. Ninety six levy was in the air force during world war two come up world war to leave it was five eight a cap. It co- college in iowa where he played football and was in english major. He got a master's degree from in english history. We're talking about an admirable educated man but he is best known as a football coach and one of those who never won a super bowl indeed leaving got his buffalo bills there four straight years and four straight years. The bills lost that game. So this is the central question. As we regard marv levy is it greatness. that gets a team to the super bowl. Four straight years the only team to get their four straight years or does history judge levy and the bills of jim. Kelly bruce smith thurman thomas and andre reed as the nfl's ultimate losers. I cannot bring myself to do that. No marv levy. Donate not only got that masters at harvard in english history. He dropped out of harvard law. If my mom is listening to then become a football coach. Who is a hall of famer. And i just love that. We are celebrating that man turning ninety six and not. Tom brady turning forty four. I believe so apologies to that guy. You mom wants you to be a doctor. Grow up and tyler happy anniversary. Steve spurrier on this day. Nineteen years ago. The old ball coach made his nfl coaching debut with washington football team and pasted the forty niners thirty eight to seven in an exhibition in japan. Things didn't go as well when spurrier return to the united states his teams went twelve and twenty in two seasons. And that was it after the second season when washington was five and eleven. Spurrier reviewed the season this way. And i'm quoting here. Wound wound up five and eleven. Not very good. You're some worse than us. I guess that's one positive way to look at it. We weren't the worst team in the league. Unquote i have a soft spot. In my heart for spurrier who won a national championship at florida's a college coach and the heisman trophy. There is a college player. How many hyphen winners became head coaches in the nfl spurrier. He's the list. Two years ago after the half folded spurrier to two seven. One orlando apollo's champions and he had rings made love it. Tony steve spurrier had another incredible quote. Famously there is a fire in an auburn dorm or something. Twenty books were burned to a chris. Spurrier goes the real shame of it. I'm paraphrasing here. Is that fifteen of them. Hadn't even been colored yet. This tremendous lo happy trails to the world record in the four hundred meter hurdles for those of you of a certain age. This is the event. And when moses made famous one lap ten hurdles the two best runners were karston war home of norway and ride benjamin of the united states and they ran the fastest race ever. Both of them broke. The world record. Were home ran. Forty five point ninety four lowering his own world record by three quarters of a second. Which is used benjamin. Rian forty six point. Seventeen which would have been a new world record. Except for warhol benjamin called the quote the best race in olympic history the bronze-medallist alison dos santos of brazil in forty. Six point. seventy two which would have been a world record from nineteen ninety two until last month when war home broken. Six of the eight runners in this race set national records. The last word goes to benjamin. And i quote. No one in history is going to go out there and do what we just did. I hate to be the last word after the last word. But the reality tony of record breaking in this point in human history is that science the track all of these minor marginal modifications matter in these guys were shoes that had carbon force plates in them and had foam on the bottom and the track was real fast. So i'm not saying this will never happen again. I'm just saying that this happens. Because there are other advancements that were not available to people in the past one omission. The lakers also added kendrick. Nunn who average nearly fifteen for the heat last season. Let's go quickly please. To the big. Finish simone biles won bronze on the balance. We impressed i was. He had the gibson then figure it out and one bronze that's incredible. Meanwhile the athletic reports. Tony the big twelve head bob. Boles he's meeting with the pac twelve and their guy. george cleeve aqap today smelling merger. No i'm smelling the spoiled me of the big twelve. They're done colts. Leftward quentin nelson outs. Five to twelve weeks. Everybody's out five to twelve weeks with a foot injury deal you had me a carson wentz. Yes a big deal. Meanwhile giants coach. Joe judge into practice after a brawl. That was team. Why does that make sense. You don't want to and you jones of saquon barkley heard laugharne tonight. What do you expect pablo. I'm expecting avenging dish. Besser cold there back in front of la fans. Finally on a time. Trying to better the next time. And i'm tony kornheiser and i'm pablo tori reading off a phone. Thank you for watching. Espn daily spotify and apple. Podcasts all those things and by the way your sportscenter michael. Liz happy anniversary do you own or rent your home. Sure you do. Fortunately gyco makes it easy to bundle your home and car insurance. It's a good thing too. Because having a home is hard work go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Geico dot com easy.

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Odessa & Angeline Foundation on Georgia Podcast

Pro Business Channel

27:35 min | 2 years ago

Odessa & Angeline Foundation on Georgia Podcast

"All right we're set for episodes Georgia podcasts which cazenove here alongside already Reutemann in our Alfred Studio and today. We have a a great guests in here. We've known for a while goes by little L. if you've ever ran across this guy in Atlanta I think you'll remember him. <HES> WE'RE GONNA be talking about his role. As a serial entrepreneur I since graduating college but we're GonNa hit a lot of topics about his nonprofit foundation and many topics including the goal of the foundation the explosion of fathers homes and how you can get involved so let's get started with another episode of Georgia podcast. Welcome to the Georgia podcast featuring the WHO's who and what's new in Georgia made possible in part by global podcast studios offering podcast studio rentals production and distribution visit global podcast studios dot Com and by our friends at serendipity laps co working private but offices and more true inspiration at work learn more at serendipity labs dot com now join rich cazenove broadcasting live from from the pro business channel studios in Atlanta and worldwide across the P._D.. Syndicated networks or rich cazenove here for another episode of Georgia podcast asked Locke already. You're ready for this one and we got a good one today right. I am this. This is a very interesting and very timely topic absolutely so as we mentioned a little joining us here in the studio and <hes> mentioned. You're you've been an entrepreneur since graduating college. Nineteen ninety-four scope goes back a few minutes as a kid say these days that the seven minutes and you're but also business small business consultant for ten years. What does what does that look like in a day to day what type of consulting we talking about who you work with <hes> basically I work with small businesses? Ah help educate them on how to take tests credits okay. I'm not a business to business but even though they they make money they spend money a and they're trying to figure out where my C._P._A.. Is Doomed Basis Kane but somehow I should still have money pocket and the fact is that the government has a lot of federal tax credits and the centers that this they just know about because a lot of C._p._A.'s <hes> taught on don't look for widow test question incentives they generally look at how much the business earn how much business spears and that's basically what they go on and be happy with that or they have to deal with it and that's your role as president at the arcade arcade business visit solutions. What does our CAD? What did you get come up with that name all care if you don't want it if you've read the stories from the richest man in Babylon okay yeah? He's the hero of the story okay. He's he's. He's the guy who make this. He's happen. He studied it he he wanted to find out. How did how do you live in the prosperous society yet before deport? I remember that paperback I read back in the day that that goes back. <hes> quite a Babylon Mon Mon t the same context awesome <hes> Ritz Oughta those other financial <hes> kind of books like that episodes and then fast forward so you started this Edessa angeline foundation yeah including your brother Anthony yes and this is in remembrance of your to both your grandmother's the strength that they demonstrated <hes> talked about your grandmother's. What was their story? Oh they were old school. You know back in the day Big Mall Okay big. Mar was the one who held they of the Dow. Is that on your data your Mom's side my dad's Okay Dad's side my <hes> but both were very strong. They both had hat husband's okay so it wasn't like we were products of <hes> <hes> a single parent home but there are very strong data hair down discipline the hell down more more rape <hes> and big mall spoke exactly yeah there was no questioning and having having a vote or wasn't a time mount st straightened out so and all eight of her kids no no either on the couch or onto poll so we good nice yeah <hes> I don't know if you have a grandmother started already interested in big l's best story and when you're talking think about your grandmother and then you just talking about the one on your father's side and your mother's side as well. Can you kind of paint the background what what kind of part of the country are we talking so south Georgia <hes> <hes> my father's mother in they were on the country <hes> back in the clergy surcharge who had a farm had raised eight eight kids <hes> both of them and so going up even though I wasn't raised around him but summers and holidays came down and we we were supposed to that what type of farm we talk anyway were they would cut. Would they raise their <hes>. Hogs beans vegetables. Okay <hes> chickens the typical they didn't have to go to the grocery store. It was also it right not no actually I didn't didn't get the whole breath of going out there right until later right. I mean my mom used would come and bring church's chicken from church out thought she bought it from Church so I don't know what their church's chicken you know until after I kind of grew up right Oh this mom got. There's a store that sells right so going out. A The new phenomenon join a wasn't raised that way. I talk about the foundation here so <hes> <hes> this was you know remember as as we mentioned about you two grandmothers MM forward in dealing with death because being a history buff always trying to find out how did this happen. Where did it come from and now I know what can I do about it and that's kind of where I'm at? What's on the shortlist of <hes>? How does you know home become a father's his home? What are some of the <hes> the top two or three how does that come about in nineteen not sixty five <hes> l._B._J.? Is <hes> emended the Tarot fi or Social Security Administration Act and what dad did <hes> at the time their benefits being given it by the federal government but primarily it was doing to <hes> Caucasians so so the black populace and so-called leaders they pressure pressure <hes> l._B._J.. To extend this to the black community community L._B._J.. Says sure I would do that but on one condition any woman who gets government welfare couldn't have had the man at home what so that basically it was it was called the Noman in home <hes> clause and it doesn't make any sense. I'm missing something there. Why would wear it does make sense? If you see what maybe what caused political social engineering okay so by removing the main ain't from home because prior to that the community was very strong right <hes> there's very few <hes> single parent homes right and most shouldn't raise by mother and father right so by taking the man out of the home. You could see what has happened system. Basically the government has come in and base became a circuit for right and that's where OUGHTA calamity started from there and of course it's. It's not just about the black community but you look at these statistics. The community is affected tortures for the situation where you have over seventy percent love babies being born out of wedlock and when you look at the consequences of that you can't miss it by looking at the news where you see most young black men are the ones who caused most of the crime. The burglar is the the mayhem you really don't see a lot of Caucasian voiced and not to say that they're not but the majority of the crime is committed by younger black. It creates a cycle cool <hes> that's been going on for decades now right and it becomes unfortunately the norm exactly right I mean how do you break that cycle well. I saw first education right. I think if people knew no why do they be more possible say we're GonNa Stop the cycle in my lifetime sailing. When you look get was what's happening in regards to <hes> the attack masculinity if you a young black male today and in your being raised in home that does have a positive role model right and you go to a school? Most schools are being taught by female teachers. It's on top of that. Then you look at the imagery that's being presented on TV music and the entertainment scene right exactly that when I was growing up we have <hes> Sidney Poitier Wayne we had a lot of strong positive role moderate even to sit contra positive just watching a different world and the images and messages that were that will present as late as the eighties aw absent today positive role models and what me and young men could gather from distal environment on how to be a man how to treat a woman and what a mess was a bit of this ought to be an end the <hes> <hes> not just the social media but the media and especially the music it really promotes that or encourages that environment right abso- negative yeah yeah. It's all negative so what I like to do is present to command ideal options out there <hes> that being a man is not just having babies and not is not being violent. It's being responsible and that's what my grandparents and my parents raised me and again they ryan back not depicted that so it wasn't a question this we did it right but I think they're kind of pulled though right from their peers of like <hes> if if a a a young black youth is going to step outside of that lane they're probably their peer pressure. Is You know you're the <hes>. The abnormal rate is like you need to kind of you know especially when you listen to the music that's just as hard but again being the abuse women and so forth and <hes> I don't. I don't understand how that becomes celebrated in that society and if and if if you're if you're in that age group <hes> it's hard not to cut a follow that path right and if it's I mean I mean I'd go back to visit proverbs verbs on twin twenty. Two cents says that you wait a child and he he would not deviate from that path even older a. and that's again when you look at when children are not raise properly especially when when the not raised in Male and female if I'm eh being a black male particularly mail in general you know different than females rigor tested boundaries but if you ain't got a strong male to say yes right yeah that's issues. There's not knows no lines being drawn and you mentioned the grandmother is I don't know if already have you have a life experience this but I think one of the disconnects as well is that back in the day so to speak a lot of homes were multi generational in that at home. I remember <hes> we lived up in Virginia. One time our grandmother <hes> was in Miami but she would spend time in other relatives house in would live with us right and you had to <hes> as a kid. It was annoying at times because you had to be quiet when grandmother was taking her nap or something like that or respect respect to elders real exactly ACURA. Did you have any experiences like that with multi generational. We had different generations within your with your home or grandparents had a With my grandparents came over <hes> late eighteen ninety s early nineteen hundreds <hes> they came from <hes> I would say <hes> Poland Russia there was no Poland's border and Russia border one at the time <hes> and yeah my hi <hes>. Mother's mother actually live with one of her sisters yeah so I I didn't really think about that and to complicate matters. She only spoke Yiddish right right so I really could not communicate with her. You know other than some songs that she would sing to me or expressions that I learned <hes> but yeah that that is kind of interesting. I'M GONNA throw it to nick or engineer in the city of because a different generation <hes> talks about your experience of multigenerational or <hes> <hes> grandparent's well. I think it's very interesting so when I was growing up my both my parents worked and when I was probably six <unk> six at six or seven but before you not go to school my grandmother would be the one who took care of me all the time and I would you know when you're little you know oh you just call her called her mom just because she was the woman was taken care of me because my you know birth mother was at work. Dad was at work but the crazy thing funny thing is I still call her mom to this day. I mean some people think it's weird or whatever but I it's. It's you know mom can help you know she she she she was in that role right absolutely absolutely so talk a little talk to us about your <hes> your grandmother's because this is what the foundation is in remembrance of so. I do you think that <hes> molded you and <hes> we're you weren't in a fatherless bliss home situation because there. I mean <hes> the whole family structure. Modem me <hes>. My grandparents accented that it wasn't <hes> my my mom. My Mom and dad raised me strong. <hes> and my grandparents were dead to support that plus some you know to to to bring <hes> a reference point of reference says well because you know unlike today. I still respected what my grandparents said right and when they said it wasn't like I'm GonNa tell mom on you grandma. That didn't happen as you try that once. AH GRANDMA SAYS GRANDMA that that was what she say yeah. It wasn't like going thickened opinion but will just to finish this. This line is I'm picturing by grammar there too and when you saw your mom respecting her you know you couldn't circumvent that right <hes> and I I wasn't even paying attention to the time we got some rapid fire. Questions were real good. Oh Seattle time here pretty quick so <hes> before we do some rapid fire and some other topics so <hes> what's the call to action. How would people find out about the organization. Get Involved Gault caught the accident definitely visit my website at Edessa ends allying foundation dot org a different family me on facebook as well but <hes> I'll be. I would be remiss if I didn't go through some some some quit. satistics real fast just give people an idea of the epidemic. DEMOC fatherless homes crimes eighty percent of the youth or who are come father's homes end up in prison seventy percent <hes> juvenile's in state operating institutions and this is all from the immune recorded dot dot Org <hes> if you education sediment percent highschool drop-outs our forefathers homes <hes> behavior you got decision to use what's the percentage of dropouts seventy one percent seventy one hundred one percent behavior. Yes sixty three percent for us. You suicide of a father disowns <hes> eighty five percent of us. Who Show behavior have you disorders cover father's homes ninety percent are followed his homes? Children are runaways health you got senator percent of adolescents percents <hes> or chemical dependent and also we look at the mess shooters the secret in order that or the <hes> the unknown truth most of them come from fatherless homes white or black was that white and black white and black her chromosomes because a lot of them have behavior issues right they had trust issue have bandmann issues and again none of these figures drop below forty fifty percent and then we look at the <hes> the <hes> the child's sex three auto moto shouldn't cover forest home so if when young girls who as as well as a young man. I mean it's kind of daunting or just <hes> it's almost too much to try to wrap your head around <hes> but I mean what organizations are taking the lead on this. I mean <hes> like the boys club. Whatever right or maybe the NO <HES> DO my research. I'm I'm shocked by the number that are not out there <hes> again. It's a salad epidemic. <hes> black community does not want to talk about it for whatever reason and white community. I. I don't think we the sees it as as their problem because again ninety nine percent of Ah here's that on the mentorship program Gwinnett county particularly that black minority primarily black so if they feel Caucasians occasions <hes> kids caught up in the system like this so again you have the hear no evil speak no evil see no kind. China thing <hes> but again you cannot turn on the news and see the implications of what happened in nineteen sixty five so I mean are are there. <hes> celebrities are thought leaders or taking any elite on this or <hes> what. I what I've seen personally seems team. Steve Harvey Yeah. You saw your personal facebook about Steve. He's he's big on this and he's the one that I've seen most prominently <hes>. He's doing a great job getting word out there there a couple of movies out there <hes> father this <hes>. I believe the movie came out. That's that's on my facebook page. So <hes> <hes> this gentleman who went around the country interviewing <hes> <hes> not only single mothers also single man who who who have been racing in a single parent households he came from a single payer hassle so the movie out definitely recommend this going to youtube. Youtube and and going to the site <hes> and just seeing first hand hearing stories of first hand wouldn't that they the effects of <hes> going up without a father. What do you think that the possibility of <hes> kind of reversing that legislation we can get the government involved to reverse some some of that and given incentive <hes> to keep the fathers in the home rate <hes> that I think that'd be very challenging in this Puerto Rice political environment environment now first of all the Democratic Party has to come to grips so what they did to relax and particularly and particularly not he sixty five and secondly blacks to look in the mirror and say this is a situation too and then move forward because come it doesn't do anything without the people stand ended up the same. We want you to do this immediate. I mean I don't know how to phrase this but sometimes I see like <hes> <hes> someone being featured on some of the outlet it and it's the mom with the kids and they're kind of applauded in celebrated that this mom raise the kids on their own right but at and and I'm I'm not trying to smerch women who are out there doing this anything new. I mean you know there were periods and mother's raising kids kids before Nineteen sixty-five i._T.'s before but as you as you said the celebration of it now yeah with that the more more weight right to say you could do this post to do it right and a lot of cases is because the government pays as you to have babies without me if the company then enabled this act to act won't be happening but at the end of the day is possibility the new visuals particularly mother who created this life to decide to do or not to do it. I mean it just seems so backwards and so it our in our final minutes here. Well let me ask you dumb question so Edessa and angeline ends Elijah Line. That's your grandmothers. They figured good guess Yeah Yeah. That was a safe safe bay so so what's next <hes> for the <hes> the foundation. I mean what are you. How can you make a change with this foundation. How do you see what is my missing is is twofold. One is again education <hes> two three four two to give young the main alternative viewed in sales and if you are being a man right <hes> is the esteem factor <hes> <hes> again to beat back a lot of the imagery that is being so widely promoted <hes> in our culture and secondly only when I look at how the school system is pushing the young man who who have very low self esteem into into the notion that they only have one path to college and when you come from a home that you don't know who to trust right and then you're not really seeing becoming. I don't know a scientist. You don't see that so when when you don't see yourself in the feature bring successful then you go a different path in your in your mind and and be self defeated but rather than this only get one path anybody could hammer a nail right so why <music> now get a secondary option of vocational education where you could graduate within a relatively short period of time <hes> maybe twenty one months in in graduate and be earning six figures sixty thousand seventy thousand by being a janitor not. Janet whoop plumbing electrician trades. It's person a trade person and I think by giving them better options specific as a man it it. Would this make a better all around so that's one of the objectives of my foundation is to let them know what up at options out there. I mean it goes back back to the role model or lack thereof or the wrong role model rate and then <hes> and it goes back to <hes> reversing that trend and giving them other options the self-esteem I mean it's pretty how many steps to to to to see a young man bill something and see and see that he did with his own hands at a young age. That's phenomenal and Dan. Let's say I could make money at it to changes. The whole life is life changing. I mean I think <hes> <hes> it's not an easy fix but I think a lot of that generation is influenced by what they're seeing on instagram and the music listening to facebook with killing them right and if they can be redirected to see like you said there's other options I mean you can definitely make a chain so <hes> all right well. <hes> ardia believe that's <hes> <hes> about Iraq for this episode. <hes> little. L. is great having you in the studio. Thanks for having me absolutely one more time. <hes> I would folks <hes> reach out to you or <hes> <hes> find out about your engine lying dot Org of Sauce <hes> Odessa Angie Lau Foundation Dot Org and a different look me up on facebook as well Odessa Answer Line Foundation facebook will <hes> Kudos to the U <hes> making a difference difference in attempting to make a change in reverse things so <hes> well said well-spoken. We'll see on the next episode the George podcast absolutely on behalf of the pro business channel. 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Ep 74: More Bangs for Your Buck

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

45:15 min | 2 years ago

Ep 74: More Bangs for Your Buck

"Kyle something is different about you. Yeah. I got a new Anthony discolored difference. You I was gonna say I got right Steph and new glasses. No. It's a new show. He's always had the black RayBan standard size RV seven zero five threes. Guys. I went to the ball. I know new shirt. Now, I've seen them where that faded new blue hundred percent con crew necks from thinner public. At least last I got a I really can't quite put my finger on it for the love of Jesus in a manger. I got a fucking haircut. No, that's not it. I I I personally. Vice podcast for two brothers. And Kyle dad rated statement nominee to be taken literally what was up seven, hyper hyperbole. Jesus Christ oven innocent notes. I feel like you didn't utilize my interrupting I only interrupted Kyle once did you really? Yeah. Out gay. Do you want to interrupt him more? You have the whole podcast to be able to do that. That's okay. I I do that on the rig. I want you to have your moment in the glory. Thank you. I wanted to be able to feel what it's like to interrupt somebody once in a while. So. Liberating? It is celebrating. I feel like I do things. And I love it. That's fantastic right now lovely whoever saw. God. All right. Hello, everybody and welcome to hyperbole podcast. This is a self help podcast for the helpless might name is Stephan. And I'm your first host. My name is Anthony, and I'm your other first house. And my name is Kyle. And I'm your first third host. So for the people that do not know this already Anthony, and I are brothers. Kyle. And I are blood brothers the literally through transfusion, but Anthony seems like the gross fucking uncle that shows up drunk at thanksgiving. Because every time you guys don't hear it because I edited out, but I'm gonna leave it, and he's just belching all the time like Muslims. Anthony. Yes. I'm rather carbonated. Okay. That's all you have to save. Gee this fucking Christ. You're like that froggy Star Wars character in episode one that has to tell jar Biggs to go. Fuck off. I turn the role down. What am I feel regrets? Yeah. That's that's a regret you'll be carrying with you for the rest of your life. Anyway, why don't we go right into the show? Let's start off with quote of the week and of the week. This is where we take a quote from one of the great people out there that's influencing our nation, and we try and decipher the wisdom and sprinkl it into our advice as we go along on herself helped trained Choo Choo. So this is quote, you're right. This week's if you stop interrupting you'll allow me to go forward. This week's quote comes from Cardi B and Cardi B. I'm going to read it in her voice. If you want it, the more you keep at you can't have it. You just go get it at. That's that's by Cardi B. He's they that was pretty good. I mean pretty convincing. I don't I forgot how she doesn't. She talk like she's from Brooklyn or something. Yeah. I don't know. She's won it if you want. She's a little whiny if you want I've already Cardi oh Kerr. I'm pretty sure Cardi B is just some fucking Android that one of the record companies created, and it's just broken. So her bugs when she can't say something, she's just like, oh, and she's actually buffering, but people are like, oh, my God thoughts, the new slang or the decade. Oh Kerr on an ochre. The my small. Oh, there's are like onions. You're going to a cedar new. Yes. Cardi B starring in the new struck movie, you I should tell you guys about my new property that I bought it was twenty. Okay. Here's twenty square Lakers shot. Okay. That was me. Okay. Fine that was mediocre compared to your. Right. Okra fried Khokar. I don't know if I could actually guys who is your favorite Batman villain was that the penguin or was it the joker. No. It was the joke. Okay. All right. So so, okay. Let's let's find out what this means. If you want it, and the more you keep hearing, you can't have it. You just go get it. I think it means that if your financial adviser is saying, you can't have speedboat because it'll bankrupt you, and he keeps telling you that over and over again them, but you still want it you just go and get it yet. That sounds that sounds. Jim. Yeah. That's what I maimed her. They say the two happiest days that you have a boat or the day. You buy it in the day. You sell it. You know what I'm saying her? So now now now the gate through these choppy waters. I have one quote. Okay. We don't me. But I really thought that this would appeal to the masses a boat quote because so many so many people own boats. I just thought I would spread some wisdom about not owning a boat. Yes. But I think you're right, man. I feel like this quote is despite how we satirically talk about advice self-help all that. This is kind of dumb because you're just saying go get it's like, I really want that bread. The store owner is telling me I can't have that bread unless I pay for it. And then I just go and get it. Go get it. And then I go to jail in Paris for stealing some bread my family's. Like, we need that bread to survive. And I go to jail. I scape it and then I'm on the run, and I make a shitty musical about it, and that's my life. Yeah. Priest fines Uni any takes you in. I don't remember what else happens, and there's and and then angry men at an unknown. That's when twelve angry men starts as after the song finger men and then they play angry birds. And that. Song? Beg your man this song angry. Praying those fucking pigs down done only only mother fucker. So I've really loved this arc that. We just went up and down. So I feel like our audience is gonna love Les Miserables jokes. So let's just keep sprint sprinkling those in throughout the whole loves its poop jokes and live is rob. Yeah. It's all highbrow. Title of my. Yeah. Our humor is kind of like my face after my stroke. I've got one highbrow and one lowbrow so. A stroke of genius. Oh, good. My mind is just came from that humor. Kyle. Thank you. For stimulating. Could do I feel like I've taken a few spicy dumps in my life. And I could name one of them limits or up. Was it is it because it was the size of a loaf of bread or non sheer myth three of the experience. It was like it wasn't like. Okay. All right. What an angry men. Were you playing angry birds while you were an angry man that was suffering from Missouri? Net dump into castle pigs. Okay. Speaking of dumps why don't we dump some wisdom on everybody and roll on over to the beef. And this is the part where we just really give you fat toppings of self help that you can put on your pizza of life and eat it with some extra flavor. Might have been one of my best knowledge is yet. Anyway, question one, I want Kyle to read it because he's got such a sweet voice that just lows metoo wisdom. Oh, yeah. Baby. The saying, I know. All right question. One brought to us by our fan. Melissa. Thank you Melissa for the question. Horns? Well, how to find a good balance between two passive and too aggressive. Most of my life. I've been extremely passive trying to never start conflict and most of the time not sticking up for myself lately, though, I've noticed the opposite. Whenever someone disrespects me. I feel like I have to go out of my way to get back at them directly. I'm afraid I could get in trouble. If this escalates. How do I find a balance while then key, Melissa? How do I find a balance? It's a good question. You know, I have been on that side of the spectrum myself. You know, I was bullied a lot as a kid, you know, and I never I never really stuck up for myself. You know, I just was like, please, bullying me more. Actually, I was very encouraging of bullying, and I was like, yeah. You know, this is cool. I like this please keep doing it. And so actually I was doing the inverse of not sticking up for myself. You know, I was like sticking down for myself. I guess you could call it. I don't know. So I don't really at me. I don't know that doesn't sound right actually. Anyway. Yeah. You know? I mean, there's got to be a balance. I don't think I ever found it because you know, I I'd pretty much just like let it happen. You know? It's just not good advice. You shouldn't really shouldn't let yourself be bullied or encourage especially getting bullied, so you know, actually have either of you guys been bullies in your lives. Yeah. I've been bullied quite a few times everyday. Actually, it does continues to persist. And it's by my little brother, Anthony, and he bullies cost. Nerd. Thank you, Anthony slash plankton. But. Should up crabs. That's pretty good. Yeah. Oh, take your secret formula. That's. Exactly what's going. So anyway, Anthony calls me fat crustacean, most of the time. But yeah, I know to be more serious. I was tortured tremendously as a child. I was overweight. I had booked teeth. I was not attractive. I was losing my hair in the wrong places and gaining hair in the right places. It was. I'm trying to on love by everyone. I was not. I was bullied. No. You got. All right. Take it from the fat kid, you gotta just bottle it until you blow up on someone in the face. You gotta do it worked for me. It'll work for you. It only took five years for you to get out of prison. But I feel like now that you're at it's great. It was worth every minute. Wait, while you're in prison, Nina or avid, stab, you know, get all that aggression out. You can get a lifetime of aggression out in prison. Okay. So you're in prison stays in prison. All right. I'll stop you right there. Let's close that jail sale sale. So so Anthony saying that his two cents is whole ballots. It's it's technically a balanced because it's a lot of holding it in and then letting it out and just one punch, you just gotta know which moments count. It's like baseball. Hold on. Let me get my old man voice for this. You see it's kinda like baseball Qassam bowls. You got to know when to hit them and other bulls. You gotta know when to let them pass. I think I just gave some pretty solid of advice. I should let crusty old Stephan come out more often that bad name for you. You know, that's. And that is not a name for my Wieder. My wieners named slimy. News stephan. Why me? Anyway, let's. Aliens spawn from fucking, oh, it's got a little mouth and sharp teeth in from someone's chest. Like, it's a slimy layer. It's like, it's like the big aliens tongue. How it just earns out? And it has its own little mouth on it. Yeah. Yeah pieces. So I feel I feel like we answered this question. I don't know about you guys. Yeah. You just got awesome late between just like a horrid Vic like violence and being completely demure or ADI moot. Demure? I think you're right. Yeah. Like totally week in you know. Whatever like, you know, just giving into whatever's happening to you bottle in. Yeah. Old it, no, I say, no, no, listen, listen, listen, I say, that's a horrible idea. And just let it all out every little thing just just fucking explode. So if somebody comes to you, and then they get in your way, you're going to the bathroom just give them a little fucking shove with your shoulder. So they know don't cut in front of him again. And so then you'll build a reputation around your friends, your co workers, your family that. You're not to be fucked with. Yeah. Give him that. I will cut you kind of idea in their head. And they will they will not Bill you anymore that kind of like, especially if your little give him the like, I'm crazy kind of thing. They'll be like, okay. He you know, I thought about bullying him or her. But then I realized she will slip throat once sleeping. So maybe. Yeah. Maybe just a look, maybe a look will suffice. So if they do so if they wrong, you then his open your eyes real big and just go or maybe a sound because nobody's going to expect to sound. So if somebody just goes, oh, you know, Steph you look a little fat today. Go then it will catch them off guard. No. And yes, I like this. I'm with you is Devon and then you show up at their house outside their bedroom window, and you make that sound will they're sleeping. Oh, edit all that's the home run for what we should not do because that's so. Creepy. Please do not listen to that. No never fuck with you again. You're that Jim. She's. Oh my God. That sounds like a rooster that just reached orgasm. Oh. Cockatiel? Okay. Okay. Enough. This question it consider it answered we're putting a stamp on it. And we're putting it back on the conveyor belts. So it can go down to the masses for digestion new segment, judging a book by its cover help for non readers, this is where we take one of the great self-help books, and we tell you what it's all about. Because we've read like five of those already, and so we pretty much know about what every single one is about. So guys this week's especial one. This is a waken the giant within by Tony Robbins. Tell me boys preach, preach to your bully staff. What does this mean to you? Oh this week a week in the giant within is actually about. It makes quite a few references to these these dick pills that I sell. Make you monas- of. So they're they're only forty nine ninety nine per pill. Email me at a pill or fun dot org. Sorry pills for five is at the letter. Or there's a number of spelled out. Okay. Or fun. That's that's P H U N dot org. Okay. Is it is it pills with a P? Yes. Yes. It's filled with a P. Okay. Other despair. I I wasn't sure if it was a pills like a p or if it was like a bills like a hard be Bill. You know, that's my my Bank account after you come visit my website. Okay. Because I was going to say because you've heard of a heartbeat before. Right. Like, yeah. No. I I am with you like an awful lo pill have a fucking monster to deal with the trauma pills. So Tony Robbins wrote a book about buying your pills. Yes. Don't read it. I that's I I'm telling you about it right now. Yeah. You wouldn't even need to read it to you need to read. Tony. I mean, we're giving you the highlight reel of it. So okay. Yeah. That is that at least that's what I got from the first, you know, book one of of awaken the giant within what good. Oh, yes. Get. So that might be the most one of the most ludicrous things I've ever heard. But I do think it is credible. The more lucrative things. I've ever heard. Kyle kyle. What's your take on this? I yeah. Yeah. Actually, I am going to echo Anthony's Cercas. It was largely about that. Get it largely. But the often overlooked part of this book, which again, you don't really need to read Anthony gave you the the best part. But is at a side effect of these pills. Is that you become a very large like giants in stature as well. Not just in that in the nether regions, which you know, by the way, I'm doing well. And so we need to worry about that. But I'm sure so I could use these pills for my height. You know, I could become I I, unfortunately, if you take too much you get a gigantism, but if you take the prescribed amount of what you know, you will grow a few inches over the course of six months, so which I think is self help for anybody. Hey, if you're tall away. Why can't you be even taller what's wrong with that? You know, so. It's so if I get this, right? It's your -greeing. It's supposed to be for for your your Hami salami. But it can actually make you a giants. And so is it it's supposed. Yeah. The initial the initial growth goes towards your salami. But if you hold it tight enough, it's almost like a hose where there's a not net. It'll fill up the the rest of it. So it'll just fill or bodies. Okay. Just wanted to. Yes. If you continue taking it. But again, you have to take it in the prescribed amount or else, you will be you will become an actual you'll get gigantism which is not not what you want. You want to be a giant in a in a good way. Not in a bad way. So you'll you'll get your heart will grow four sizes too. Big. Yes. You know, this is just thank you guys for your takes on this. And I just want to I want to marvel at the beauty of humans because you put three people in the same room and you put an apple there. And you say write a story about it. And everyone's going to have a different take on it. And we all read the book, I actually read it all the way through twice and what I got from. It is there is a giant off the coast of meta Goria, and he is in a cave, and he was woken up last time by a Croatian, man. And he was ripped limb to limb by the giant because he woke him up, so Tony Robbins witnessed this tale. And so he wrote a book about do not awaken the giant within the cave and meta Goria. So he oh shit. Where did how did this guy? Get my pills. Well, yeah. The giant giant was actually it was Johnny was in the odyssey that ripped off my pills, and I can try to eat the deceased. How old are your pills? Anthony, they I found a chest of them. And I've been selling them like hotcakes. I don't see. I don't think there'll be any repercussions. Like a chest of hotcakes. Yeah. Nowadays, I'm very rich because of these bills, so she's it. What can you buy us new microphones at least because we're struggling over here about no, I'm gonna buy myself a boat because that sounds awesome. Did I tell you about the happiest days of a boat owner? Yeah. I'm gonna buy that boat. And then I'm going to sell it. And then I'm going to buy again. And I'm like keep doing that for ever. So I can have those happiest days the rest of my life that that's only smooth sailing from there. Okay. I think we've all figured. She says. I've mastered bliss. Hashtag life hacks. Just buy a boat and sell it. The next day. You get the two happiest days that abode are ever has. And if you just keep doing it. Yeah. Yeah. You could see a Boehner of boat owner, you know. Join the or club because the Bonar today. Yeah. I'm a be owner. I'm a Boehner. Yeah. It's pretty sweet, dude. Join the club. I've got a rock hard be that. I take out to sea. Full semen. Welcome to bowlers yacht club, sir. Bowler password nerves. You big boater? Have you guys joined the Boehner's association of America? Okay. Okay. All right. So to be able to save up enough money to be able to buy a boat. We're going to have to give you a plug from our sponsors. I would describe myself as a charitable person. Would you shut up? What Stephens trying to say is we were blown away when we learned about the app that lets you donate to charity just for listening. That's right pod. Coin with Podkoren, you're in the digital currency. Just for listening to your favorite podcasts. Then you can donate your coin to charities who will get real money donations. You can also use your pod clean and exchange it for other rewards like Amazon and Starbucks gift cards. So download pod coin in the app store or on Android and use our special code Steph f p to get three hundred pod coin just for checking it out. All right. Welcome back. Let's go into question to Anthony Reid question. Too. Yeah. Should I get bangs? I have a slightly large forehead female, and I'm looking for a new hairstyle. So I can look more attractive. I'm considering getting bangs because they would suit my face and our quirky and Q any thoughts. Sincerely, ending with a bang hashtag big bangs. You know, you read I just wanted to say you read the question. So well that I thought it was you that it was asking it. So I did imagine you with banks. Well, interestingly enough, I have been ex myself the say. Okay. So that's an easy one. Yes. You would look quirky and Q with banks. Anthony, so please do go with those. Also for someone with a large forehead. I I don't know if I have to get on us because I have to have one honest moment, the podcast per podcast. Should we get some music for it down at that? That Anthony Don smell Ed a singing something more serious like a like a. Like a piano riff like a a low. Edit in some inspiration, piano. And honest. Does that mean that exciting? Okay. Can we can we make it scream? Oh at the news oddest. Can't scream I'm not a scream old guy. But. That's more tactical. But whatever you get the point. Oh, I'll work on it. Bangs from every female person. I've ever spoken to ever ever are always a bad idea in retrospect, so wait, why why are they a bad idea because they look fucking dumb. Really what about Bank? You're not a banger. What am I think? Tell me someone else banks here like Zoe Gatien l I'll man. Yeah. She's she's got good banks. She ready. Counterexample on the cough. Well, the only reason that I have a counter example is because that's the only person that I know that has banks because it's so rare and usually people that have bangs. Okay. Don't look great. I I don't know. This person is not Zoe day Chanel. So the the the sheer statistical probability of her looking good with bangs is about one still additional in the rest of the world. Also, Anthony you and I did use to have bangs when we were young. And do you remember how those banks looked? I remember feeling quirky and cute. No regrets whatsoever. Nope. Not a single one. In fact, I would wear bangs again stuffing. I would love to see you. Elegant. Really the candidate poof upwards and come back down. No. It's like a like like the if anyone's seen madman Peggy in like every season. Nope. Neck. I'll bet you know. All right. Well, I hope our listeners have all the the only I've only seen sad men. No. It's it's a bunch of guys that had advertising agency. But it's the rival advertising agency lose every client, and they're just like. I was going to get way more depressing. And it was like some like stock agency after the nineteen twenty nine crash. What if we guys that's the next? That's the next show idea. Let's pitch that day MC. All right, guys. Once the pond mill like the the one they're just had. They're very sad brokers. It's. We we also we could call it hardy stock, and that's where they all shoot themselves in the heart after they realized how blow their stock got. Oh, so sorry, guys. It's not the line. Vo my bad fended how whoa Stephan. Jesus man. G you guys are just a bunch of Boehner's. Okay. Fuck and boat owners over here thinking you better. You've got your your boat humor your Boehner all remember that? We're all a part of the same Boehner's club. Okay. Let's let's. We can forgive. All right, fine. Voters all for one and one for all go Boehner's. It's so hard to get so many Boehner's in one room, but we did it by gag. We lead mashed all of them in. Well, we're not touching each other. That would be weird. Well, basically, it's like shoulder to shoulder in their man. Okay. Okay. Anyway. So I- bangs guests. No, let's give a final answer. I say, yes, I feel like if you have a big forehead it'll help it. I think it'll help with if you this is the part of banks that I don't understand I feel like you'd have to cut them so frequently because they would keep growing and growing and growing because s to be a certain length, otherwise it'll just grow and you'll be blind. Because they'll go into your is is that a is that a real problem, or am I just making this up in my mind? I know I imagined that people people living with things people living with the horrible with eating disease. The things the affliction the hair. Picture probably deal this on a daily basis stuff. And I think that it's hours and everyone else's duty to help them. You can donate to charity bangs thing and bangs bay bang for a buck. Then at him. It didn't have any. I'm trying to riff it. And it didn't work. Thanks for your buck banks for your buck. There you go dot org. And we you give us your banks. And we give you a buck. Is that how it works? Yeah. It's like locks of love sort of thing. Yeah. But then you get you give your banks to fucking kids that have cancer shit. They're like, I don't want this shit. I want it begs. Long foreheads with five heads. Well, how weird is that gonna look? They just have a set of bangs where are you going to tape it to their forehead think things through it? He he. He bowled with bangs bull trend. All right. Paul. I don't have a locks of love kind of an to go off of banks. What's it anyway? Yup. So donate what we're being told? I have a new what if what if you have a new kind of drag company called banks with wings. With. Or Wang's with bangs. Oh, yeah. Doubt. That's. Oh, please. No be very finicky on the order of this. Actually, no. Swings bangs. Bangs actually, thanks. Probably not it sounds like that sounds kind of like an Australian wing place. Oh, man. Like some guy's name is like. No, this is his name is bag. Hello. The guys what I'm buying welcome. To fangs Ying's. Would you like a six pack of Ying's from buying? I would go there, man. I would say. Would you say a low hobby? No, fresh off the barbeque. Oh, my. I jail the blow. Lock hall dry. This is why. Okay. Do fucking half do half begs to get it over your left side. So you've got one side bang. You'd have one side sweep across the long and then have ones I'd be short directly down your for him. Final answer were done with this. Okay. Now, we're going to get into the word of the week where we like to expand our vocabulary to include the vernacular of the youngsters the word of the week. We got from urban dictionary. This is tend to Rony and the definition is a fine. Young thing. Also, a pretty young thing. Here's a quote tend to Rony you've got to be sugar. Honey, come fly with me that was for Michael Jackson. So I guess this is pretty old slang. So I don't give them. I mean, I know everyone already knew about it. But the light that he has been put in do. We will be talking about a fine young thing and a pretty young. Thing. Which light? Are you talking about a fluorescent light? You know, the like child touchy light. So. Yeah. Probably a fluorescent lamp. Oh, okay. So let's kill that joke, then and just be really serious about it. Dude. I I just took away from this that it sounds very talion. You know, then their own, you know, like. Like something you'd get at all of garden. You know, it's got like fried chicken in like with noodles or something. And like, whatever pasta sauce or something? Like, I I don't know. It reminds me of Gibran ni. But in a good way like a good, you're you're you're affected term for Giuliani. Good Jubran as a tender Roni. Yeah. Yeah. Yo what's up, dude? That's my tend to Rony right there. Show shall we move on. Yeah. Sure. Why not? All right. Let's move on. Because I feel like we squeezed all the funny out of that one. Okay. Last question minimum amount of suits. Hi. I'm about to take a job where I need to wear a suit. I've never need to donate sue for work. And I'm going to have to get some how often is acceptable to wear the same suit per week. Can you wear the same suit two days in a row I like dressing? Well, but even with the new job will be strapped for cash, any advice is welcome. Sincerely, ill-suited in Illinois. Just don't, you know, don't spend any more on any extra suits. Fuck them, dude. Just wear the same suit every fucking day. Don't even wash that shit. You're not don't spend your money on the laundry soap to wash it or or going to take it to get dry cleaned. Fuck that we're the same thing. Spill mustard on it. Just wear into the fucking go back in with it, smells like shit. It doesn't fucking matter. Fuck them. It's just a job or I like, you know, just don't don't sweat it. But do sweat in it and don't wash it. It is a fucking matter. Y- you gotta you gotta save your money, dude. And you know, I mean, you're about to take this job. You're strapped for cash unless there's cash hidden in that suit somewhere. I mean, don't fucking by any more than you have to fuck them. The man is like the first day you come in with the white suit. Or or at least a white shirt. And then the next day you come in for yellow shirt, and they'll go sure manual like thanks our yesterday. Oh, maybe maybe you're not supposed to divulge that information. I was gonna say one other thing that you could do is you if you're strapped for cash, you could save some money on the pants so just bring in some cargo shorts. But then you could have your nice. T shirts. Nice shirt and dress shirt and blazer. I feel like that really completes the ensemble. I got I hope somebody listens to this advice and just wears just to see I want to see it. If anybody does this please send a picture to me because I want to see a guy with cargo pants and flip flops and a really nice suit. That would be amazing. Like, hey, how good morning everybody just getting coffee and acting like it's totally normal and shit and. You go to the Taylor. And you're like. Getting your measurements. And they go to your in seem and you're like, no, that's fine. I don't need that. No, or even better, they fit you for your cargo pants. He's. The like is a six x six good for the side pockets. That'll do fine. That'd be that'd be awesome. Dude. Fuck them men. Your bosses are assholes totally do this. And you know, like just like also the flip flops like just don't even spend the money on the flip flops, I go cheap on those go cheap on the cargo shorts to like just go to the thrift store. Get something just for like seventy nine cents or something like that. And just Walton, and if they tell you to leave don't need money, dude. Like, you need like you can't they can't tell you to leave. You gotta you gotta work. You're going to make money. You're strapped for cash. You know, just explain yourself. Yeah. Tell them that that helps if you say, dude, I'm strapped for cash don't know what to do strapped for cash, bro. Another idea that just came to me from what Kyle was saying was if you're at the thrift store, just go Mackel, Mawr style and get get something there at the thrift store. I'm pretty sure it's all pinstripes in purple and shit. But I think you're going to be the most stylish of your whole Zoot suit, dude, get a pimp suit and then fucking walk in like on the last pimps elven or that shit do dress like fuck in. Jim Carey in the mask like. Swearing or just get a swimsuit. And then when they say something you'll say you didn't say which type of suit did. I'm still stuck on the Taylor. I'm just imagining him measuring you for fucking cargo shorts. Is measured. He's doing the pockets, and he's like, well, those be buttons zippers. So. Velcro, please. Embroider your initials on the flap of one of the pockets. Oh my God. I like the idea of velcro on a nice suit. News. No, I'll I'll break them in. I'm not Catholic and I'll put some candy wrappers. They'll be nice in homemade. Oh my God. Guys. I feel like that that was of great ending what he say we kill it there. Let's talk ourselves in say good night. Yeah. Sounds good. I'm sleepy. Yeah. Let's turn on the car in the garage, and now, whoa, whoa. Whoa. To darker. Goodness to rest forever. Like, okay. Who guys? I'm glad you told me because I was about to Stephan. Get in get in here. Oh, this big old bed. Not a high for bed. Okay. Anyway, before we leave you guys temporarily we're gonna just give a couple of plugs closing remark. Shoutouts guys support us on patriotic. And we will love you forever. 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Milk Bees

"I in number one here in my life is kid. Chris started to have this traits and dreams of one day of being a great family. Man and father in falling in this great footsteps is the man who will do anything he can to help anyone out kid. Chris raises a two daughters along with his wife is a great father and husband and man. You people should appreciate your city and bring us straight radio station. People chabal down before him because he is radio. God this is a great man. He works his tail for you every day so on that note reassured tune into showed mornings on. Wb in for the best show on earth your host and radio. God could chris appreciate him. Yes please do. Martin is Fill in for me today and monday unless chase her out of here with your nonsense. Sorry that's what manager said to me that was. That was a lot to hold up to your right. Bow down to kid chris. It's okay. I have a script for you to read later to did sound a little scripted. No satellite something that he wrote for third grade class. Yes well you people. Yes real downs. In chris with the phone number here is five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine. Gets you on the radio of course being that it is friday and every friday. We do this and it's always interesting getting the calls from you as we Five one three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine dollars numbers and the phone will ring in the studio. Nobody radio could do this or does do it. Which is silly. People should know. Because imagine jeff jen just letting the phones ring and then they pick up live on the radio. Well they wouldn't know what to do with something that isn't scripted. Fake phone caller no. It's great they've shot if if if they want to. There's no way they can do it to someone. Calls up and says something negative about their show. This is why people must go down right. I have people tell you about out but no you you. You can't find anywhere where some people will just pick up live on the radio and to me. That's what makes it fun because you don't know what is on the other side so Five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine. That's the phone number and you know even when we're not on the radio overnight we get voicemails and stuff. That's these are always interesting things such as this. Hey kid chris i was looking for you at the su fighters show both atma. Show him before You know what that. W even can find. You wanna get a picture with him you know maybe the two of us could stuff out get a together. Maybe next time. Maybe so long for now yes. Thank you very much so long for now. Maybe the problem is is. I'll pull it out for anybody. But footage of it is wrong for now. No it's true so right l. Spread it is the kids also the wall today. I got more songs than homemade songs too for friday's so we'll get to those such as this. And once that phone rings we pick up live and hello caller caller. You do pick up live. Yes and right. Yep yep thank you david see. That's the goal that we started the weekend early and it is thunder phones here on the chris shows for when the phone rings and all that stuff we pick up live and you get on the radio right. it's always a hoot who good morning caller. You're on the air. Hi fell down there. I mean unionized. Just circling back to rob zombie. I was curious why he thought it was a deck or rob. Zombie is oh. Why do i i. I've interviewed him and he's a complete dick. Like if i if i go. Hey rodman so exciting scene. You live a bunch of times and stuff and You know it's a great show. I mean it's so cool that like you're still into stuff. Are you working on any new stuff. Anything exciting just go. Yeah so he's two for school. Yeah he's wanting to do with the dow he's a he's a. He's a complete jerk interviewed him three times. I've tried that's the last time you give him any media. Well but he's he's remaking the munsters and i know for a fact he's a huge monsters fan so he should from what i gather. He'll be very respectful of the brand and So i'll give him that. And i will check out that movie and stuff what do you. What do you do when you're working on your car. Now put nice little container for work. So i can have some water to drink or stay hydrated. I'm a working man tyler. man dude. Yeah what do you do for work. I work in a warehouse. Okay all right you at one of those new amazon wants. No no but it's kim. I bad that somebody would do that. Amazon never get reputation as being a good employer No i don't know anything about that. You know what's interesting is those I don't know if the hottest ties with you because of the amazon thing. But you know everybody wants to do robotic stuff. You know that that is. Who's pizza place. It has that that little car that will deliver to your house. Domino's they're trying to. They're trying to in houston. I don't trust you trust on the road. We're hell no. I don't trust it either. Because i mean if it causes a big rack you get your pizza for free. Yeah yeah but the curtain for that company they get sued for all these these wrecks and stuff. What do you do becomes like mario kart. There's like she's all over the highway. Don't worry about the banana fields. That would be. That would be the the netflix documentary pizza in blood on the highway taxi pasta sauce pasta sauce to death. You know i. I don't trust i see that commercial to go. That's kinda cool but the commercial obviously makes it so smooth again. We'll just come to your place and that's it. Yeah right i. it's a future. There's no way they're going to let that want. They want you to like drone delivered dude. You're telling me they're like oh yeah. We'll get drones to deliver your amazon packages and stuff. If i'm in neighborhood. And i see a drone flying over with something that looks like shot down person be running and i'm going to get hit with right or you want to catch it. You're telling me thing tree that these things aren't going to like a mess up in the sky and drop onto on a school bus or something. I mean this is a nightmare. Of course someone's gonna get hurt. Yes someone's getting someone's gotta get hurt for them to figure out how to get it right. Yeah that's it and by the way yes figure out what athlete alley went out last. It was me. Ask me now. I don't have any athletic ban on my body. Were older they. Both were very athletic. Gene pool unfortunately ran out. When i got the me. Nobody knows in the other thing is if someone gets it right. I don't even think alley is going to say who it was i. Nobody follow suit spoilsport. Well it here's the thing you you don't go to games and stuff. You don't like baseball right now. I go okay okay. i've been down. We gotta figure it out. She's she's a ben with an athlete. It was here five years ago right. It might have been hunger okay. At least this person. Geigo this off this guy. Twenty twenty one. This guy is probably what professional athlete in old professional athlete would be what thirty two other than that he is he is. He played for a long time. Oh or the appropriate alley. Yes that's what makes horn kick appropriate boring football not younger. No that's where you find them. All right we gotta go. Thanks to chris. Oh good perfect. We do wrong button. Sorry talk disaster. Yeah so hit us up on his show. Friday we open it up five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine when it rings we pick up live and it's whatever you wanna talk about it right so it's your radio show. You don't get out of bed. Mr brian combs the bearer of all the good news. here in the tri-state comes in and What's that the bad news. We've talked cove more than we've talked to anything else. Every time you come in know. I get a call. We'll because whatever you come in and talk cova automatically the phone rang. And it's somebody saying you know you're wrapping yourself up in a blue state or or you know what i mean. We're we're an orange state right now. Yeah hamilton county has moved into the cdc level where They say that mass should be worn indoors five everybody so if you want a bar right now get ready to sell it. Her and selling its own last week. The numbers really have jumped. The new hospital admissions up one hundred twenty one percent in a week the seven day average of cova cases has jumped ninety percent. We're now at over fifty which puts us in that range. Where the cdc says. There is a substantial transmission of cova cases which means that They believe the mass mandates should kick back in yesterday. The seven day average is fifty four cases per one hundred thousand yesterday. There were one hundred. Six new cases reported in hamilton county so depressing. Any concerts that happened. Endorse your to wear a mask. A you wouldn't think that the hamilton county health department or the cincinnati health department may be changing their guidelines. Soon we haven't seen these numbers in fact earlier this week. We talked to the health commissioner and hamilton county. Greg right who he felt who felt pretty good about where we were compared to the rest of the country but we caught up as things typically happens in cincinnati. A little bit later. They happen everywhere else. It was bound. Yeah yeah this is it. It's going to happen. I don't know what this means for reds games going forward where you have large groups of people together. They say that the put a for sale sign up for the reds at delta variant was just more contagious than they saw your caught them by surprise. And it's if you believe me if you believe the scientists and there are some who are going to question what they are saying but You know there was some internal. Cdc documents that abc news obtained that showed that This delta variants more contagious than chicken pox. Yeah more dangerous. They say he bola. Which are you know two of the most most yet contagious of all the viruses. That we see that are spread. You know so quickly and again. Yeah i mean they keep changing so you know they hope that the vaccine ahead of it which for now i mean the vaccine has yet ahead of it. I mean the the good news is well. Hospital admissions are up. Yeah you know there's still no deaths No deaths and you know. Very few icu. Admission so The people who are getting it. But you've got to keep track but not and that's fine. People could go warm healthy and all that stuff. Okay but you gotta keep it. We don't know what the long term is going to be. Because we're still. This is still the beginning. Yeah i mean and be spending a ton of time outside. What happens in october november when most people are are back inside social district too. Because if they're going to say hey start wearing a mask again are these restaurants can have to start putting up. That plexiglass yes. Yeah or you know closing. Yes half their tables yup or eleven o'clock again because it's i don't think we'll see that it's to for the worst but You're not paying for it to the bunkers resisting. Advertising cancel right now as we speak. Commercials are just being. Don't give me out a little sooner than that's true because if all of a sudden were commercial free and that's right speaking up. I will be out at queen city harley davidson from six to eight tonight on dixie highway. Yeah come by and just wave because Plexiglas around me and the bubble boy that the the pope drives and friday morning. And you know meet isn't a fan of the day that we do call calls count anywhere or thunder. Phones is one of the things that college is just like what people call in. And he's a dj so yeah cooled feet meat. He's afraid of what people are going to say on the phone so he'll take fridays off and And when he does that. I invite alley to come sit in and And hang out with us. And you know her she would come in every once in a while and talk. What's going on in cincinnati and for That dopey show. She was doing since he lifestyle But she assents left that to move on and now she's just a dopey alley the side of the road with the need works. I got you look like country. Jeff yeah qadri jeopardy competing corners. Yes the drunk drifter by the way thunder phones means when you call the phone number five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine you take over when the phone rings. I have to stop whatever i'm doing. Excuse me and just pick up. Live you takeover okay. So that's how that works but in speaking of country. Jeff the drunk drifter He's been hanging at home getting drunk and making videos on this Have you did you really. He saw Potentially trying to propose really that no. I didn't see and he's like alley. This is for you video. Dinner spreads this is. This is what i can give you a video. Oh i didn't see that. I looked at the dinner spread. I'm like you know. I like chicken pox pickle in there with fermented you items are good for your your gut. I'm here for it. Well he made this like all half of the ring pop. But that's okay. I'm gonna have to look that up because this is the one that was sent to me. Earn along the way. Yup youtuber never flying else. There's shows k. but ads in here sunday. Money floor in warsaw head over more more. i don't care about. It's kind of like a ramp but a song someone beat behind. Yeah right auto tuna. Yeah i look. I don't know i follow country. Jeff i to me. That is an interesting life through a guy a drunk guy that just kind of sits around you really question. What's the day-to-day like. Yeah he just sits at home eat. He goes out begs for money. He gets Whatever those checks are and then he begs for money and then you just take that money and goes and fills up his eight twenty four pack and that little studio apartment. He lives in. It did look at bath. And i'd like rethinking. Yeah right what a life why you not. He gets up to call in. And that's it. And then he goes and gets drunk and then i'd rather do that than have to sit here and wait for the phone call. Just yeah i think he watches tv all day. I and he's been on jerry springer by the way to africa. Yeah yeah. I have taken that people. They jeff is is not really. They think he's a radio bit. There's no real dude. yeah no. He's a real. do we hang up on caller. You're on the air. Good morning I heard alley mark. Quit her job. And i was just wondering 'cause only edged for about a couple of months now It was it easy for you to quit your job. And did you see it easier to quit your job when you were younger because you had less less responsibility. Great question okay. So it was not it. I don't think it's ever easy to quit your job. It's it is very scary. Though difference for me. I felt like that kind of a differentiator was i actually had a contract. Date that on july fifteenth. This was my wednesday. So i three years so i was able to prepare and i don't ever recommend just jumping ship out of the blue. That's not a good idea. I had to prepare myself for the pivot over the last six months to a year. But it's emotional right i get. I mean the people that i was working with during that time. You're preparing. Did you think maybe. I should pull back and not totally totally because then you start second guessing yourself. It's a confidence thing. And then the day comes. And i'm like did i make the right decision. I don't know. Will i be able to the next day. And here's what sucks about. Just media in general is It's it's got this arrogance to it where they think some people like what you're going to quit. Then why would you do that. Then you're under a contract so you're not allowed to do anything even when you're you're leaving and you know it you can't go and look for another job not while under contract it's it's kind of like the If i can't have you no one will attitude in a domestic violence relationship and we're also not rolling in the dough so it's like if you're going to go and try to get another job say with us. We're going to sue you. Yes that's just how it works but it's never easy but they'll interview your replacement anytime they want. My job will be before my obituary. Exactly just think about what you want to do next and where you want to grow our you have a family guy. And that's that's where the guys come in and it's hard to stable paycheck to paycheck. When you're a family guy it's more the insurance insurance insurance. Yes and when you when you lose your job you got to be somebody like country jeff itself to have good insurance. We recommend that if you're a family man right if you're a family person and you come off your job. Whatever you got to pay that horrific cobra which you're better off. Just lopping off a leg. Be cheaper feelers out there network. I don't know what do you do dude. Are you even allowed to think about your future and stuff. Yeah we're an energy here. you're probably have. What else non compete things. Where it's like if you go from reliant clients and now you can't if we find out that sound you even in an elevator with somebody else we're going to take you to court and sue your family absolutely working with the with the brand where we're gonna get you. High salaries are on being the in the energy drink industry. Or would you can you. Can you do out of energy drinks and sell for something else beverage. Anything like that Yeah absolutely. I mean if you're pissed off about your spirits industries where it's at if you wanna bail out of your your gig go do it but You know. I know how it is with a wife. They like that comfort. you know. it's always good until the You know care about your happiness. They just like. I don't care if you have stomach cancer you're going to work. I don't know about you or this right. This is what we're gonna spirits industry so alcohol. can you get. Yeah well good luck dude. I mean i know it's a pain in the ass. you know. Ever since i got into the workforce. I've always been under a contract where it's like you're my bitch and if you talked to anybody else we will sue you for your family. But he actually has a shock collar on his neck but they could go out and have sex in denton date anybody else. They want absolutely. Yeah that's how that works lightermen dick air. It's the kid. Chris phone numbers five one. Three eight one three seven nine seven nine. That is a never heard a colleague that before. Like did you. I love that conversation. Talked to you about al. Because you've got to quit a job. I've always been quitted fired friday's here on the kid. Chris show mean you could just call in and talk about whatever you want you are in control falls count anywhere. Show the creation right now. Here's example say you're in a local band. Doug ones that bother me all the time to say. Hey you should play my music. It's really good. This is your chance this is your chance to come on and promote where your band's going to be playing before everything gets shut down again so this could be your non cd release party Yeah this is your bec- opening big closing for you and your band. Okay thank you sounds like closing time. Yeah it's to thirty two o'clock last call for everyone. It doesn't it's last call for everyone. It's time to ask. Shut it down as we get ready to shut down once again. Here reminds me Every once in a while. I will throw up on facebook page or kid. Chris dot com a little bit of a Mornings then. I found a great old public access talent. Show this and this dude came on and had an emotional song and he performed. And i thought i would share it with you today. This is a good morning. Send for sneezing from nineteen eighty one. Maybe some loni. Michael think i. It's definitely cooking this on. His facebook page posted on kid chris dot com own. This is what. I miss about Oh you know what. I respect the whites the plants. There's always the plant on public access. Show you have to have a plant. Oh stairway to start nine matches shirt a little bit. It does look like it's sponge pain but that's okay. I believe this public access show was done in the eighties out of long island. I believe which is amazing to me that these all these people that round here and trying to be superstars didn't just have their asses kicked. He's a he's a good looking guy and you would think that he would know better than to go on someone. Someone told him at some point in time you should go on. That show should be a star and the stairways. I know where the stairway to start a miss right here on. Television down yeah. This doesn't get you excited for the weekends. That's what i mean it's good mornings then for friday wasn't thing back or or any kind of hair gel he's got fluffy hair grows straight out. Go joy that. Please up on my face at kid. Chris my heart a little bit. That's what mornings ends all about. Here's an opportunity. There's a crowd the that comes in around this time every day. He has his own theme music. He has been on the radio for many many years here and then cincinnati but he's been on. Am so if you drive under a bridge. You won't hear them but here he is. He's in a studio radio. Sports one or two seven. Fm meets fecal matter. Hello elo good morning. That is the segment. He is here right now to talk to you yes i am with alli alex here i tell you. What are you talking about the beautification of this show morning. I don't have to sit next to meet. I'd have to say it's an honor to sit next alley meet. Don't come back to link. you'll you've been talking to the audience. I guess the audience would be honored to be sitting next to this off. The sports brought to you by colored electric wiring for today's world at five one three two two seven forty one twelve cullen electric cincinnati dot com and andy colored. Was here yesterday. Adam they're looking for no already left but he at my house probably right now. They're doing work at the house right now about that. Yeah joey votto sets a reds record with a six hole run at six games reds over the cubs yesterday the reds lakes take three or four in the series at wrigley field. Mills come set. Here's one one out on these highlighted charge into it right center field by. Show me the door. A new record major league provincial permission game on major league myself The eretz road trip continued tonight. They're in the big apple aka new york for most of you. Who haven't ten. Against the mets pete alonzo the polar bear. 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It's the only time that's the only time they have a winning season. Mls soccer tq l. stadium tomorrow night is a site to take on cincinnati. Big war going down. Here's a question. Say ignore him. Talk question for you say look at you and get your eyes. Look at device phone right now. Okay so sports right. They get these big shoe. Endorsements like nike and ati dos. So what about what if we maybe. We'll be better this way. The bengals or the reds we have the skyline sneakers will tell them to send us while eleven angles squad wearing skyline speaker. Dude had well wait a minute out on the kathy that because they got gold star is a sponsor. Okay so engine away. It's the same thing because we got we got. We had a sponsor that wasn't a bengal sponsor a few years ago For tailgates all kinds of health. Say go well. Here's the thing with dude had waffle waffle house or waffle house. shoes the cleats. I think he was with the tennessee. Titans yeah those are bad rated t if he wins play if he wears those in a in a game he gets fined. Okay because they have david culture former bengals defensive back here is the as you used to be. I don't know if he still is now the nfl fashioned police. He goes down sharing. I'm serious before each game. They have a player. Go in there and look at you. Go look into you head to toe if you have those shoes on. Yeah take them off you've got. Let's go right now to have that because the nfl wants to taste of all that. That's fine i to you know. Pull up your sock. Yeah well thank you say. That's great anytime. Come in here with your negative attitude. Tried to root on team. Usa everywhere if you want to route a an athlete or team say wait a minute. Let me gas hulk hogan what's it guys afraid on john. What's his name. The guy from here the wrestler. John loxley him too. Yeah yeah thank you. Holly was a pleasure love you take care of. Everybody have a nice weekend. When she's here. I ignore you throw the roommate. That's what happens. I wanted to keep looking at my heart. You creep my my my kid chris. Show at cincinnati's rock station to seven w. e. alley is here for meat. Meat is off today but as you could hear it is friday so that means jaaz to got to call wall thunder phones on friday which calls count anywhere the call this show. I will pick up and you are in control collar. What is your name. What are you calling about sir. Tom works and from clear ohio. We're talking about growl. Rama fifty in fifty years is going to be the big show. There do it in english you. All i heard was some gravel. Rama fifty gravel rama gravel. Rama yes what is fifty fifth year of doing something we never heard of. Okay go ahead. it's foil dry. Sandra racing the original big. Foot's going to be there Some other monster trucks are going to be there. We got eleven cars that a just now being shipped from puerto rico coming up that run the to ninety five class they go over a hundred and legal other legal from puerto. Rico these legal vehicles. They had their papers. Yes they have. Their favorite drivers also american citizens took coming to the mainland. Blame him. it's so great here. We have bill drags on Friday night we got flat. Rags on Saturday we've got the big giant eliminator hill climates Or two hundred fifty feet tall. I'm so degree angle one time. So let's it's a long description by just saying. Hey we got a bunch of big engine cars and trucks and stuff for all you hayseeds out there that would be the easiest way. That's it driving into an and look rather than. Hey if it's really easy. Come on yet. But i can tell you this. I went to When i was living in working in atlanta i went to the super the The big dome that was. I don't think it's there anymore to georgia dome for one of those big monster truck things. Oh those are interested. It was awesome. It was awesome where to get that truck on in the dome had enough room to put up these big ramps and stuff and he guys on these trucks. They roll these things and then again out and wave. Everybody's excited. They got time. I know it's wild dig l. excited that he just broke their vehicle. Tires are giant caller. You're on the air. Hello yes the alliens. Johnny gomez johnny. Johnny 'gomes no. Oh okay. that's an athlete. So that's a wrong answer. She was with a professional athlete years ago but it was an ongoing water right. We were friends very long. Okay then they. They did and then talk the band aid. But don't you're wrong. Sorry one more thing. Yeah w. tatras fake. Hey in the studio. Is allie alleys for me directed towards me just to anybody phones on fridays. Which means you call in Which is five one. Three eight one three seven nine seven nine two phones get wide open for you and you just take over now. I have no way of of shielding you from calling or anything because when the phone rings you'll hear it in the studio and i got picked up vague nor it then Just annoying called to tell me. Don't have your phone on you call law that's called for the wall. That's one of their names. Kolya on holds barred. Go caller chuck. He's back that's kind of repeal. Wait what kind of bs. Milk air about to tell us report. I'm only one of my favorite songs action. That was the best joke he's brought to the table. Yes oh four cuts bringing a move on bigger than beasley over here. Get it right is what. It's all about stunned your phone which means let's make her do some work. What does it mean. What does thunder phones be. What is called a wall main. What does wall mean a cal's coun- anywhere. I mean what is called lou. You mean singing just calling anytime pick up. We'll pick up live out to you because from you. Well if your show now you're lines because they call you on the air. What's that she. I met him at the fair and they share something more in common their initials. it's anthony. yes it is not okay now. I don't know what this guy did you to explain what you're talking about. I was thinking what you're putting down an alley martin years ago. Hooked up with a Professional player here in town and she hinted to us that she told us she did but she won't tell us who it was and i met him at the did not meet them at a fair. I met in at at the restaurant. Pf chang where she worked so that it shows you. It's been a little while because she hasn't worked there in year so five one three eight one three. Yes she quitter. I mean they're gonna be closest to and i would imagine with the Grow mac grissom to a math quiz. Okay hey what comes after. God this is this is a slippery what comes after sixty nine. You're gonna tell us map. Addow that hard with that. Joe is like how get the. We got the jokes our bag so coty superstar today for the stop. Yeah yeah for calls often. Yeah killing a hello collar. What's up on the air. Hey i got one for you guys. We're not. We're not going to be a joke officer but oh well you're the boss right. It's not a joke it. It's one of those You do things done today. All right yeah you got ready. Yup oh near you. You have to say you do it. That means you're in. You're ending the you do. I think you'll be good at that. Him what. I gotta get a straight face going lou. I got it. It said alley comes in sudan calls it. A wall is where we open up the phones on fridays. And you say what you want. We pick up on. The phone starts ringing so five one. Three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. That is The phone number for you to call now This this is interesting. Because i totally didn't really realize this until this was brought up. But you know in star wars. It turns out that luke skywalker and princess leia. Our brothers and sister yeah. Well this is One of the promotions that they did one thousand nine hundred seventy seven for star wars. I love it's called listening to this. What they say in here. About luke and leia image image. She's beautiful. He had to find her skywalker. Luke skywalker translate in danger and star wars no legendary figure. What's exciting as this romance of the future. That's so i'm not. I'm not a star wars. So that right is that. That's layer is luke's what's that's like what. I saw you across the room when i first laid eyes on you. I knew you were going to be the one you must be joking. That's trump that crap i know. So that's what's what's spreading around right now rather but not on that level it gets even worse if you think about it here you have a dude and his dad shot. Sword fight all over television. That's a skill. Lightsaber has a all do. Is ask you to Say your name and your phone number or name your where you're calling from you call the phone number five one. Three eight one three seven. Nine seven caller. You're on the air. I at eight. Oh here we go home. Fana- put a pool table. What laugh i've ever. Have you ever made a pool table laugh. Not that i know of paws. Yeah get one. it's funny. That spreads right there that cough because what she starts laughing at coffin ideas the human variant on the phone bath go head j. Paul not prank on me. The other day did i pull. You mean it wasn't a prank. What you're talking about when your internal jonelle screaming at me what did you do. I don't know my intern was yelling and screaming. I don't have any interns to that. Yeah you were here. Did you see any interns. We we haven't had been allowed to have interns in several several years. Cosmo which is weird life. Oh the one who called in and screamed at you. That was my wife. I said that on the air though. Yeah yeah so it took. It's been several days. It took you that long realized that right away. But i was like you can't break down. She had to take a couple of days. Internal it takes a while a little bit at a time. We move fast here on the kid. Chris you gotta take a lot in at one. Time had come her emotions. Yeah yes she was upset. Wow well i hope it cleared that up for you did now. You left here with a bunch of shirts and stuff. She got prizes. You know how the berry upset. You're drunk lover that he got nothing. I said probably coulda got potter tickets to be went up there. You're saying the funders are over itself. Yes you guys would have gotten foo fighters tickets if you both came came in. Yeah okay well like glass up anyway. I can't even walk block anymore. And that's what a garland a wheelchair. Well it's overrated anyways and plus. There was a lot of drunk. Dads that we're leaving in wheelchairs at that foo fighters show support Best i gotta go enough of this type very good. That's bath right there Land beautiful way to stardom as we're not the only show. She calls john batchelor. Good morning tracy. And i'm gonna keep begging i saw. Are you thank you. She's very disgusting on other radio next. There'll be a really good good morning trading. This is she was on another one. She called her friend john. Dion laugh from. hey stop. who's this somebody that will say me every day. What do you do everything i have about own. They're going to the bathroom every day about swimming day. V later list. I didn't understand chris on twitter chris.

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Overcoming Crippling Codependency, feat. Taylor Tippett [

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"Hey folks welcome to typology show in which we explore the mystery of the human personality to the lens of any graham thrilled to have you here with us today. My name's anthony. Skinner producer of the show especially excited today because we have a really great announcement and i want to let you know before we get to the guests which i'm excited about as well e and his brand new book it's called the story of you it is so good i'm in the middle of it right now and it is available for pre sale as we speak. You can go to ian morgan. Krahn dot com slash. The story of you to go ahead and order your copy now And i would encourage you to do it because it really opens up the any graham In a way that I haven't read with other books so excited for you to to get your eyes on this So do that. That's ian morgan. Krahn dot com slash. The story of you. That is t. h. e. s. t. o. r. y. o. f. y. Oh you all right now. Onto our guest. Taylor tippett author of the book words from the window seat. Taylor's been featured in huffpost. Abc news discovery channel. Time and others are really fun and interesting story. Today we get into and talk a lot about codependency which is a big part of her story. She's seven she's done a lot of work and we're all going to benefit from her vulnerability because she came and really open today. Always appreciate that win or guests. Come in that way. So you're gonna love this interview. That's it for me. Anthony skinner and now here is the host of our show. Taylor tippett any seven. Welcome to typology. How well nola. It's a pleasure to have you on. You look all seven today. Big smile on her face. The whole room on the screen screams seven and she can't make up her mind whether she likes new yorker. La so she's in both places at one at the same time. She's by locating either. And oh yeah oh yeah well we got some time to get even hotter so words from the window seat the everyday magic of kindness courage and being your true self. This is your new book. The premise is absolutely nutty. I remember i got no seriously. I got the stuff from the publicist and i'm looking at it. I'm going okay. Let me get this straight. Taylor is a flight attendant. Who is nationally known for leaving random notes on airplanes to make people's day and i went. Now that's a book. I haven't read recently and it's a very seven seven. Oh my gosh is it seven. It's often all right. taylor are used. You're a flight attendant anymore. Or you are now i am. I'm okay. what airline and with american with american airline is that. What the hats about from new york to l. No i thought it was but idea. Good in your in la. I love everywhere so yeah. It's very very in tune with my job. Very cool all right so you you are familiar with the graham it features large in your life till till folks a little bit about like how the enya graham has shaped your self understanding injure your view of the world. Wow what a big question. I love the any graham. Because i feel it's really important to loves people's like true self who they show you that they are and i think it's really important to connect with people in a way. That's deeper than just what they show. I love that the angiogram kind of gives a full picture of people's beauty almost in a sense because it is tied to like fun. Quirky things things we can laugh out but then at the same time like i really loved the any grand because of how it's linked to our childhood and i think when you meet people obviously don't look at them and think about their childhood was the first five minutes but if they do something or or are certain way. It's cool to know that there's something out there that like is the whole picture you know So yeah that. I think that can means there's the question That that was a big question but yeah well how has it changed you. Oh how has it changed me I think that having a more clear understanding of yourself is so important and your journey of growth I think like. I said the childhood sings in this spot in my life. I'm really starting to dig deep and works through my childhood drama or drama childhood trauma in therapy and things like that and i think so much of who we are is linked to our childhood so I think the onion has really just changed in impact in my life in a way to just understand myself better. I think when we understand ourselves better we can understand others better when we understand ourselves better. We love ourselves better. Which makes us love others. better so Yeah and he goes deep and it's also you know i love joking and i think it's a good laugh and it's just all the things you know. Was there like a moment for you as a seven as you were studying the any graham. That was like an aha moment like. Oh my gosh. I know that's why i do what i do. Or that's it's so funny. Well there was an aha for sure. And i think. That's when mike even in your book and mike talking about what. Any graham sevens in childhood feels like and just feeling like like. My parents divorced super young. I'm the oldest. I felt like i was abandoned. I felt like i had to be in charge of everything so even reading that was like instant tears. Because it was like you know everybody's always like okay. They hired a pi. I'd view my life. This is me and so that was an home. It and also when you listed in the book how like you know the different like i like bullet point things where you said. That seven's always get dumped. I was like out. But wow look. Like wow i had always gotten broken up with and even if it was unhealthy relationships i would always stick around and i would always you know get dumped an hour like that. I'm not at him. The also thank you own. Yeah yeah it's interesting. A lot of times sevens will dump other people because of the pressure to commit right and that that can freak them out. you know. it's like well if i make a commitment. That's gonna shut down all my escape plans in place limitations on me etc etc. And then other times. They get dumped. Think themselves because you know if they're not very self aware and they haven't done some personal work in therapy or or using the as a tool then sometimes they get broken up with because either people can't feel they can keep up with their energy sometimes because the seven avoids when they're not very self aware moving into deeper spaces that could be uncomfortable or painful or whatnot so they can be really entertaining really fun but when when it comes time to go a little bit deeper you know things can go sideways. Also sometimes sevens have trouble with follow through and so you know people can sometimes feel like the seven can make promises and not kind of deliver in relationships so every type has these struggles that are unique to their principal type. But that's just a sort of a handful of stuff that i've heard seven say that that's been a kind of repeating themes in relationships that went sideways. What was it so let's go here. let's go there. You ready l. k. Let's do it. Was there a common theme among all the people who broke up with you that they said you heard repeatedly like the reason. I'm breaking up with you ex. You're like oh my gosh. I've heard this before. Was there a repeating theme yeah i definitely sink. It's more towards like the second point. You made where i needed to do that. Inner work and i hadn't and it's funny because i don't think my unhealthy tendencies have been because of a fear of commitment. I think they were so linked to my trauma of wanting to be loved and feeling abandoned. That i was like way too much because i didn't love myself i because i hadn't healed and i just wanted to be married and love so bad that i like just smothered them in so yeah i think it's more like just not doing the work but not it wasn't ever commitment. I don't even think. I had time to think about if i actually wanted to commit or not because i just wanted to be loved so badly and like just have my person and not being banded and less than i would just do whatever had to do to keep him around and it was so like just so unhealthy so that sounds like a seven. Who's codependent. yeah very but it's funny. Because i'm such an independent person but in relationships i was just so like i didn't have a person like just was it was love like i had to be loved and wanted a needed. And you know codependent on the other person to want me and need me and you know do things like that. Some yeah well. I'm glad you're getting. You're you're doing some work you know and and you know because codependency regardless of your type if you're struggling with codependency it's it's a really life limiting affliction you know and that whole idea that i can't be okay unless you're okay with me you know and Or i just can't be okay unless you're okay. I was gonna say isn't it kind of a theme because we've heard this before that the because the sevens in so so You know paints the sunny pitcher of everything so much so that even when someone's trying to connect with them about something serious they can't you know or something that might be a little more sobering and then they finally get to the point where they're like i'm out of here and the sevens like wait a minute like when did we talk about this or went. How could this have happened. Isn't sometimes i think That it's hard with sevens When they're not very self aware there just haven't done their work that They denial is really easy for them. And it's it's like Sometimes you have to let your hair on fire is where like to say with a seven and relationship to get their attention but when you have again. This is the complication of of the human personality. You can't just say okay. Someone's a seven. they're always going to do. This are always going to do that. People aren't built that way. So you know you people say oh. He's anxious therefore you know he must be a six. And i'm like no actually that's a two with an anxiety disorder or that you know or you know the person's really depressed. They must be a four. It's like no. They could be a seven wrestling with depression. Great right so. It's complicated so here we're talking to someone with taylor who's a seven who by virtue of trauma in life experiences bringing she's talking very codependent themes if in it's possible that an inexperienced person who could go. She's a tour nine right right. Because that's more typical of twos and nines have those codependent features is like no. She's a seven who's wrestling with codependency. But would it be fair to say taylor that you know for a lot of your life that addressing trauma painful stuff in your life would have been difficult because you shied away from dealing with distressing emotions and feelings and thoughts is like end was always on the move. You know trying to stay five steps ahead of the pain. I don't i just don't want to look at it. I wanna stay happy. I want everything to be fun. I want everything does that. Does that describe your experience tape friends. I wanna take a minute to thank our sponsor hellofresh as america's number one meal. Kit hellofresh cuts out stressful meal planning and grocery store trips so you can enjoy cooking and get dinner on the table in just about thirty minutes or less and i have to say the meals are delicious and i have been able to break out of our dinner with. 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That's fourteen meals folks. Plus free shipping. You know for a lot of your life that addressing trauma painful stuff in your life would have been difficult because you shied away from dealing with distressing emotions and feelings and thoughts is like and was always on the move trying to stay five steps ahead of the pain. I don't i just don't want to look at it. I wanna stay happy. I want everything to be fun. I want everything does that. Does that describe your experience literally ya. Every i was. I mean really. Since i was nine eighteen. I was in an out of relationships. If it wasn't healthy obviously. I was in healthy. If they weren't healthy it didn't matter. Like whatever i just be loved would take a month off meet. Somebody got my flight attendant. Job would get broken up with the next day. I'd be on a flight to portugal crying. Had raccoon is working on myself but then like it was just like this unending cycle of not wanting to deal with the issues but at the same time to and. That's something. I really appreciate you. Pointing out is that while so much of our like number really can help us. Healing grow like there are other factors that affect it. And that's one thing. I wish that i understood more of like 'cause sometimes i'll like you know people will be talking about that any graham and show with anxiety and depression in ocd and so while certain things are laid out for seven is sometimes don't necessarily aligned perfectly with them because of mental health issues. That i have and you know. I really appreciate you saying that because there's a lot of things that we can look to and towards that our number but that doesn't mean it's gonna be like exactly verbatim what it's supposed to be like you know. You're wh as i like to say just because you know someone's number doesn't mean you know them. That's right yeah. People are complicated. You know the graham isn't it is a is a data point among many that you can take into account when you're discovering who another person is who you yourself you're like when you talk about when you compare any graham to the color wheel. Yeah that there's so many different like you you've said if you walk into home depot say need rather going to say what two thousand shades of red you want but so yeah and and what what. Version of seven of the of all the different variations of d. Want you know same thing all right. You've written this book right words from the window seat the everyday magic of kindness courage and being your true self. What's the story behind it. This story behind my your. It's a lot of stories actually so basically. My book is a collection of the past. Twenty eight years of living And each chapter is a note that i've left on a plane for somebody to find in. It's the story behind it or stories that inspired it There is no way. I like tried to sit down and write like start to finish and i was like this. This thing is everywhere. Like i wanted to be so many different things even my subtitle. She's like you need to pick three. And i was like whoa. It's i mean it's a lot of stuff so it's a really beautiful collection of different stories From travelling and my job and being a human that struggles with mental health and childhood. And it's just it's it's a lie. It's great though but yeah each chapter is note is inspired by a note that i've last When i started my project it's the window seat I love that. I love how seven it is So you started leaving these notes. These post it notes for different people right on playing on the plane that you're serving on and obviously they had great impact on people and was deeply moving to people and I mean it's a great premise. Right about Showing kindness to other people and hopefully enriching their lives by these random messages right levin. I fly all the time. I mean all the time. Yeah okay and ain't nobody left me a note. What's what would it be if you tupelo delta i near delta guy how did you was a delta guy. I think the glasses. I don't know i just want to say i just wanna say that. If american got a few more new pieces of equipment i would be happy to ride on delta. But out nashville. They're all these old commuter planes little cr j nine hundreds or seven hundreds or what not see. I even know the names of the equipment. I fly so often. I even asked. I might assistant actually knows on different pieces of which seat i likes to sit in. Oh it's seven thirty seven okay. He likes this seat or if he's on you know. Oh he's going to be on a a dash or dash little dash eight. That's a prop lane mayo. You do not want to do those done. Oh no that's not good. It's good i on the big ones. So i'm not on any of this yard yard. I'm on the seven thirty sevens and the main line one. So what are your mom. Occupy your routes. Oh just everywhere. I'm going to awesomeness weaken. And tomorrow i do l. vegas vegas. La than austin than i do austin dallas dallas home. So i'm just i'm everywhere you can't you can find me if he wanted to search you'd have to start hard. I'm all over the place which is fine. I love it a lot. Because i don't like the same thing so i know i you know very seven. I know like the same thing. Take me to a new city every single time. I have a question for you. You you said the graham has helped you love yourself better like a open that up a little bit like how has it helped you love yourself. Better young i mean i think when we take the time to get to the core of like who we are who i am and to really just not be afraid to like embrace our true authentic selves. We are at our four like showing up exactly how we are and not faking it. I think we just have like a real relationship like dot your friends like you have your high maintenance. You have to take a breath before you see them france and then you have your friends who come over and sweatpants and like they're just themselves like we've value those relationships a lot more now that we don't value the others. It's just different. And i think the same goes with ourselves like when we can show up exactly how we are and understand that clearly and mike love ourself even though some of that stuff might make us cringe and not always laugh and my son. I think we really can like. That's where the the work and the beauty and the joy and mike the true -ness of who we are and who god's like intended to being created us to be like we love ourselves because we're who we are you know we're not faking it and i think that that new graham is such a beautiful tool to really have a more clear picture maybe not a perfect picture and that's what i love about it. It's not perfect. It's just like this is what it is and you can do like there's a thousand different routes and things you in pass you can take any ground and that makes us you know really under sooner selves and you there we can love ourselves better and of course what you're seeing it. I think which is true. Is that any. Graham is an approximation. It's an approximate picture right. But it doesn't it's you are going to see it in the clearest detail but it's a pretty good approximation of different nine different ways that people show up for life approximately so anxiety. You've mentioned the word anxiety about five times you you are on the fear. Try yet and i know from knowing many sevens that though they look very confident anxieties big big theme in their lives. I know more seven to tell me all the time. People have no idea how scared. I am really. I hear all the time. I look fun. I looked confident. Look like i'm just like full of life. And i don't have a care in the world right but if you look behind the veil you're going to realize that i'm a very scared person who is just constantly carrying anxiety around sometimes. It's about abandonment in often in childhood what happens with that seven is they have experiences of abandonment neglect overwhelming. Whatever it might be. And then what they do is they begin to try to get out of that. They try to be flying from las vegas to austin to austin to l. a. from la to cincinnati to right there on the run exceptions are on the run. And i'm not saying that's why he became a flight attendant though it is a great metaphor but but it is like you know. They're they're on the run. They're always looking over their shoulder at. Something's chasing them. You know one of the strategies you talk about the deal sometimes with that enter anxiety right. Yeah so they're running looking over their shoulders at at whatever. The object is of anxiety. What was your object of anxiety if you look over your shoulder before you started doing work. You're looking over your shoulder like i gotta running. I gotta keep running. You know. I don't want to have that thing catch up to me. What was the thing you were afraid would catch up to you. Hey anthony pay no. I've been crushing around the clock on my newest book. I know you have well. Part of my process is researching topics related to my content. Okay but as you can imagine there are tons of resources out there so let me tell you about one of my ultimate life hack. Oh come on. Please tell us okay. It's called the lincoln. I if you haven't heard of it blink. Est takes the best need to know content from over four thousand nonfiction best sellers and condenses it down into just fifteen minutes that you can read or listen to. I like blankets. 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You've missed this is amazing They present in highlight the key. Learnings of podcast episode through a specially designed audio format lasting around fifteen minutes and right now blinked has a special offer just for our audience goto bleakest dot com slash typology to start your free seven day trial and get twenty five percent off of a blinking to premium membership. That's blinking spelled b. l. i. and k. i s. t. blinking dot com slash t. y. p. o. l. o. g. y. to get twenty five percent off and a seven day free trial blink est dot com slash typology. What was the thing you were afraid would catch up to you. Not being in control Unpack that sound like my therapist. Young control for the next half an hour i am will. What does that mean. I have realized you know. I have finally found a good therapist in for a long time. You know we always talk about like anxiety and depression. Mike tools and all these things but i found therapist about a year ago. One that i really love in like our first session like my diagnosis was trauma brain instead of viewing like all the things that come. She said that all the things that i have are because of my trauma. So i don't have anxiety not like i might have a chemical imbalance but most of it comes from my trauma not healing trauma and if we can do that then all of these other areas should be better because i have the tools that i need and so just getting that in like having that healing understanding of okay. I'm not all these things. I just need to focus on this one saying because how i am anyways it'll take me five years to do something that would take two months. 'cause i run round or avoid or whatever and Yeah i think just realizing she's like is your house spotless. All the time. And i was like yeah. She's like that's trauma. That's control and i was like okay so just so many things that are linked to our trauma from a lot of. It's for my child. Mostly all of it is from my childhood and just wanting to be in control is such a big same for me. Because i had abandoned issue so when i was little i stepped up and i felt like a hydrogen. This do that and do that and do that. So now as an adult. I have to be in control of everything else. I'm anxious and when i'm not in control on having anxiety so whether it's the future if it's my husband driving the car and he's not in the left lane even though the less turn is in free miles i like i. I'm anxious 'cause i'm not doing it. And so yeah. I would think if i looked over my shoulder and was about to be anxious. It's probably because. I'm not in control of something and i'm not just letting life happen. You know and and not so so true for myself anytime it. something's going. it's not that it's wrong. i'm anxious is because i'm not controlling it. That's why i'm anxious. So yes so. Did you grow up feeling like you that that in pain or when you were facing struggles that no one was there to support you. Yeah yeah i. My parents got divorced young and my mom after they got divorced just had addiction tendencies and kind of left to picture. I haven't talked to my biological mom and like over like probably from seniors at this point. She just wasn't a good mom. And my dad got remarried really soon and so my step mom came my mom and you know as a kid you just want your parents to be together and nobody really explained to me like what was going on. I just felt confused and abandoned and since nobody was explaining things smear felt like i couldn't go to people for things so then i handled it myself so yeah to answer your question now and so for lot of seven's anthony that what happens. Is they Because they don't feel anyone's there to support them that no one will be there for them. The the the unconscious message that they absorb right is No one's here for me. I had to take care of it myself. You know it's all up to me and then no wonder you create in neverland in the head where your strategy this this have fun. Let's keep smiling. Let's just keep it optimistic. Let's just do all that stuff. But you know End addictions are a big thing for seven's oftentimes because it's the quickest route to pain management and i'm wondering for you till if relationships were addictions. Oh yeah yeah Relationships and also reassurance Like i needed. I used to in relationships. Even if i obviously didn't want to be abandoned i would try to make. The person breakout with me to get reassurance that they wouldn't leave me so like how. How twisted in a healthy that is like. I would push them as far away. Even though i didn't want them far but i would push them to have that reassurance to come back to me so i went feel wanted in needed because i just had such big abandonment issues. You know so unhealthy in gross but your relationships were my addiction for a hundred percent. Wow that's sort of an expression of that control to right trying to control your environment. Reject them before they reject you. Yeah because my growing not. Unfortunately but thankfully i saw you know drug addiction alcohol addiction. I have a lot of alcoholics in my family. So like i mike. Cutthroat unlike olien are nine in so i chose like i drank now but i didn't drink like i said i would never drink and i i did but when i was twenty one i finally did but i was so so petrified like i was so i remember like hanging out with friends like if they would smoke meat. I would almost have a panic attack. Because i just thought it was like a like i was just so tormented in in her from childhood and seeing people walk out because of those things so thankfully i had not struggled with substance but yeah one hundred percent relationships. Just my air my everything. They were everything in my early. You know team years in twenty s. How do you navigate that like in your marriage with your husband. The fear of abandonment. I have come a w- really long way in at the beginning of us dating. I want i once. I tried to break up with him and push him away once justice yet how it would go. And i like that was like my. I had been going around that mountain so much and like so many times. And as soon as i did it i felt like i felt different and i was like this. Is the right person for me like we've got this is. We can't do this like because he is helping us. Do not play the game either. So we're not he. He's just he's such a good solid human that he doesn't put up with that stuff and mike at the very beginning there was a few times but for the most part. This is just such a healthy good beautiful relationship But we really work on communication. And you know i have obviously shared the most raw and deepest real parts of me and he does the same and so he thinks just finally having like a safe person has been how we navigate it. So i feel safe on us and understood enough to not want to be the same. And also because i'm doing the work on my own but I think him being aware and him being healthy enough to work with me even fattening. Space like a lot of people don't can't give somebody space you know So yeah i think thankfully. I learned my lesson because i did it so much and i ruin so many good relationships because of my tendencies like i think i finally just got to appoint meeting right person hours like if you do this. You know what's going to like you. Can't you know at this point. And so i made the choice to not do it and to really make sure all my relationship side of things all my issues. I had where worked on or talked about or you know i i i. I told him i was like. Hey this is what i do like. I'm not okay. But i want you to know because i'm working on not doing them. But you also need to be aware and that was the first time i ever liked. Spoke it out loud. Yeah so. I was just like don't put up with me but i might do it now. Hey everybody one of the lessons. I've learned is that not everybody benefits from traditional fifty minute counseling session and this is why some people can go to couples therapy or personal counseling for a long time and never really get anywhere. This is why. I'm such a believer of intensive counseling and my friends at restoring the soul in colorado created by longtime friend michael cusack to help couples or individuals experienced deep change in half day blocks over one or two weeks. Now listen if you can't wait muster years to get to the bottom of this you to experience breakthrough you need to get in touch with my friend michael and his extraordinary team of counsellors at restoring the soul. You're looking to get out of the rut. You're in but can't wait. Munster years call restoring the sole today for a free consultation with michael's staff call three zero three nine three two nine seven seven seven and learn how their intensive counseling process can help you as a special bonus just for typology listeners. Make sure to visit. Www dot restoring the sole dot com slash typology to download their pdf called five ways unaddressed. Trauma maybe derailing your relationships. It sounds to me like you know you're a young seven who hit a bottom and you had no choice but to turn around and face what it was the source of anxiety right the source of fear in the process of that. Have you felt like running. Like just like this is too much. this is too intense. I i just. I can't look at this stuff. Yes i have the. That's one of the beautiful things about even a panda may is. I can't britain. I literally like the pandemic as hard is literally anybody's worst nightmare but i feel like with my mental health issues and also being any like this is my worst nightmare not being able to do anything not being able to pick seven you hobbies to do a week because like it's the worst case scenario so i think that since we're on i mean it's almost two years coming up like even though i've wanted run. I can't go to portugal. I can't go rob klein and not deal. Like i literally had just had to serve emmy and it so yeah. I wanted to run at times. But i can't like i just i can't do anything you know so as far as this time has been it's really really really been like a blessing to have a. Yeah i i had no idea go every type of different struggles in the pandemic but seven. You just described to think what a lot of of felt which is like you know. I don't have the ability. You know all my defense mechanisms of are being taken away taking away right. And i i don't i have to either face. What is or come up with new ones and some do you know some. Do they just find a way to check out. You know in in the middle of it all. What when you think about the book like. Let's imagine i'm in the. I'm in barnes and noble and i'm you happen to be standing next me. I'm looking at your book and you say oh that's a. I think it really enjoyed that book. I said you really why. Why should i buy this book. avid reader. i love reading. So i like can see this from a reader perspectives. It goes deep. It's funny it's really. I really really focused on keeping it. True to how i talk. So it's very personable and it will inspire you will also call you out it will. It's just a lot of things. And so i think that that's so cool because anybody can get something from it you know like i was even worried because obviously my audiences mostly the ladies and i was like i want this to be for everybody. I want this to be for guys. And i had my husband and one of my good friends. Ricardo like have read it in really loved it and connected with it. And i'm like so stoked is just for everybody because i really wanted it to be something that somebody could make up and at any point flipped to a page and read a few pages and get something from it and Yeah that's what. I would say to that i'd be like do. You should get it like it. It's a lot of things and in one of those things that is in the book. You will connect you and hopefully be inspired and encouraged by. Grew all right so last question. you Do you have a word of encouragement or advice to a seven Who is you know. Not not living their best life yet. What what would you tell seven on. The perhaps the beginning edge of their journey of self discovery facing the pain of their of their lives some of which contributed to their the darker aspects or the shadow blind spots of their type. Like what would you. What advice would you give them. I would say that the work is worth. It is intimidating as teeth. Gritting as horrible as it may seem to look at everything in front of you that you might have to deal with just know that it is so worth it your future self even if it might take a couple months to get serious for us we're gonna put it down and pick it up hundred thousand times and it might take us four times as long to do it and for me. I mean it almost took like ten years till i really be able to do this like if you would have been this podcast. Three years ago. I would not be saying like it. Just it's worth it and as much as we love like beauty and joy and all of these things that are sparkly. Our pain is beautiful too. And i think that that's something that as a seven like don't be sad by it's an adventure and like if you can look at it through the eyes of what you look at everything else. You know when you travel when you do this when you do that. Like our pain in our healing is just as important if not more for than all of the other things that we love. And on that note i have to say i got chill bumps when you said that our pain is beautiful for seven i mean what a powerful revelation this seven is tailored tippett author of the new book words from the window seat the everyday magic of kindness courage and being your true self. Y'all can go get it amazon everywhere else that you buy your books by the way everybody support of independent book store is well yes. Please always any bookstores forever. It's right absolutely instagram tailored tip. Ti p. p. e. t. and Same thing on instagram. And you have a youtube channel as well l. All the things the seven we do it all. Thanks so much for being on typology you thank you. It was really a treat. Think guys good work. Good luck with all the work. You're doing on yourself with the drop of the book. Yale issue every good thing. This thank you so much twenty dollars you tried. You know we love you and always remember. The words may have love. You have joy. May you have peace. 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8/13/21 - Boomer & Gio Show - Hour 2 (7am-8am)

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8/13/21 - Boomer & Gio Show - Hour 2 (7am-8am)

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It would be obvious to me who was going to be the person to shave zoos back now. I see a nice young lady here with the yellow sunglasses. Every is everybody pointing to you. Everybody's pointing to you. I think it's gotta be you. I come on down. Come on please. You're lucky winner. Yeah you're the lucky winner all right. I'm just. I'm just thinking about my broadcasting career right right weekday boomer all right very good and we'll we'll make sure Alright sean sean kennedy is bring her down here. We go sean this. This is great all right very go. You got the boat party kid. Very good looking. No no we decided against that. This is what we want to do is spring it on somebody and ruin their life. I'm the way that's the way we decide. What's your name diane. Okay oh diane yes diane solo diane good to see all right. You're going to be on the jackpot winners boat as well or you're not yes. You are right. Hi five okay. Have you ever shaved a man's back before diane. No maybe maybe okay all right all right. So so what do you think man. Are you excited for this nervous for this. You look like you're sweating more than sweating. You've got multiple man buns going on three different man buns going on today. The tripod you got. He's got the tripod Have you had somebody shave you back before. Yeah i have one time a friend of yours. One time and i was like this really isn't for me. It's not for you but but you never use the back plate before. That's what i was. I was thinking. I'll look at this beautiful. Black back. Played that we got sick right. I could scratch my back with you. Can you can shave. Which is a great thing about in you. Can't you can do it yourself. But that's no fun we want. We need to have diane do. And it's a wonderful product. Diane you need to get this for the hairy men in your life okay. All of them. I do so. Let's let's do this now. Okay so what i'm gonna do is if you could put them out in front of a microphone on a model. Put them out in front here and we'll just talk you through it so yeah very good. You put the microphone down. No no no. You don't jetta great thing. Diane is the back. Blade doesn't need shaving cream and it looks like zoos. Got a natural lubricant short. If like to sit there he looks like he's got some natural lubricant donham as well right now so by the way just so you know. You're on national television as well okay. So big zoo. Everybody big zoo. Let's go all right. Who do take his shirt off to zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom. I know what it's like for back. Take a show. I know this is tough. Maybe it isn't. I don't know know but he is. It is incredible the zoo look at and you gotta stay hot. Little hot and bothered aren't diet. I know so am. I actually started me on all right very good. So cbs sports network looking. Good everything looking good all right so what we'll do is we're going to just turn to the cameras. I would imagine there. Zoo just turned to the cameras. Everybody can see it and no chest hair okay. No chest hair. We have to do all back here. Kazoo is keeping keeping. Why you squatting like all right so here we here we go so diane. You're on the nfl today. All right this just coast. What the hell is he doing. Why not here okay. Very good diana you're ready. I go for all right. We got the camera appear. Go for yeah. i believe. That's the way you do it all right. Don't be shy comes right off. Look look at a naming. Oh yeah zoo. How do you feel man. Oh yeah all right so you don't get too crazy very good all right so you really gotta get in there and i'm talking about hurt me. Yeah really could scratch. He does he likes good scratch. Zoo have you been with. A woman zelda's diane. She's like what thirty thirty five years old one that do source older. Yeah all right. Very good zuhdi. You think you're gonna get some action here on this party today. How's how's it looking at prospects in there or what people are out today. The people are excited. Yeah yeah so. We'll see how much elixir everybody gets it but you know what if the boat is a rocket man. Don't come all right very good. yes yes. That's right zoo. Okay all right diane. How's it going. It is working diana. You kidding me you just gotta you gotta get some hair out of it. You think you really gotta get in there harry back. Knock some of that this house going to go up and he's really going to get in there. Thank you very much never buy. It's here for diane over. Al dukes now has taken over. This is really a boomer and geo moment look into this. I never in my life thought that i would do. Oh yeah maybe all want wanna come here al look at that. It looks coming right off. Oh wow it feels like. It's just bare naked. Yeah right when. I was a baby. We like what you were baby. Look at that. Oh awesome awesome. Great stuff this is. This is our last show on television attacks against our last show on ron anymore. Actually it's actually like you're you're cutting your lawn is what it's like. Yeah look at that. look look at. What the back blade did. Everybody look at that amazing. The hair just comes off in clumps. That's just gorgeous absolutely gorgeous. Do everybody all right very good. Hang out here for a little bit all right so just put your shirt back on. Please keep it off. I don't care what do you think we keep the shirt off the shirt off. It's perfect ask looking good looking good. I doesn't mean all right all right so yeah all right here you know what. Keep your shirt off actually gets a better look for the television. Here you go. Here's your there. All right awesome so good experience and by the way big zoo because that worked out so well for you. Here's a back blade yourself back wages. How many drinks in zoo. I got tossed a bud light at about six. Am from our from our homeys over right here. Okay from Now we just finished off one of those beautiful I believe they're tequila sunrise. It's the booming. Geo casa migos who south shore sunrise. That's even better than to kill something that's right. It's the south shore on rise. It's got the casa migos blanco in it. Some lemonade orange juice for the morning. And the whole thing. Are you planning to get completely waffled. Today's ubi yup six. Am that's right okay. Working tomorrow working man. You're working manner. I will now is the time for you now. Time to to turn it up and then you hydrate a little bit later and crews and crews landon right and then you're gonna be under jack pocket boat right. That's what i'm hearing. Jack pockets every day when i'm here. It's good perfect unbelievable. Yeah so explain to me inside. I mean you were here. You were greeting people on the line. you know. i'm the ambassador the softball team. He's the ambassador for the boomer and geo show. The boat party has to go out there. It's awesome the people are ready to go. That's all i gotta say everybody's out here. I mean i'm encouraging everybody to have a great psalm. As long as they can responsibly. Do so don't drive home if he's gonna drink right of course as not doing that. So let's up tom. Otherwise i wanna see everybody with a drink in her hand if they're not driving all right right right apso but it looks pretty good right now. We're doing okay. Coming around checks though. I love it all right. He's already to monster people recognize you. They know who you are from the program that most people from what i yes they had. They've been great. I love seeing all these people. I mean without them. Who are we right. Look at look at those. Who were you really well. I mean that's napa. Oh man matthew without right exactly but by the way real quickly. You've been watching nick. Summer league yeah. Love my boy deuce he do. He's doing pretty good man. I don't i mean honestly is not going to. He's not going to start or play over. Kemba right yeah sure. D- roggio call you like all the new editions. I love new edition music. And i love the new dishes on the status. I'm talking about good zoo sitting here with no shirt on sports. I mean jericho sims also. He's a beast in their man. All right we either we can. We can use maybe trade somebody else or maybe trade him and a big time deal possibly next obscene. Maybe talking about like a lillard or something like that or you think he's gonna leave portland. I mean he keeps tweet out stuff like almost every day. Have somebody tweet. Something about the lakers. Yesterday tweet us now quotes weeded a million on it. So he's i think he's out of there. I think he is as good as done really. Yeah do you believe the rumors that he wants to come to new york. Because i don't i really don't i just think the sixers probably have come on man. We're supposed to have a good time here. I mean the sixers have the package but jericho sims and a couple of other guys. Step up maybe. We can offer them the entire team. We got him. Okay i as long as you have. Rj here as long as you have. Julius randle here cambe antipasto. I think this team we're okay. We're okay right to care for one more time and our zoo go to your people zoo. Thank you go to your people going to the cornfields of the boomer and geo fence i very. He's coming home. You are sick. Sob tell you well you know you you promote him now. I know well it's just fine. I mean he's part of our show. That's that's what we should be doing. Get a clorox. Wipe forever's gonna use this next. It's not a joke. Real requests local politician. Are we at now right now after the break. Okay because we need to have this guy up here all right. Yeah so we go from big zoo and back blade to the town commissioners so just we like it. We'll solve everyone. I'm carmelo anthony and while you may know me as a basketball player. There's a whole lot more money that's off about. That's what i'll start. It wasn't glass. A show will sit down glass of wine and had conversations with the biggest names in sports music media. Eight entertainment listener. Follow wasn't glass a presentation of cadence thirteen inch rate of seven with me. Carmelo anthony now for free or apple. Podcasts spotify odyssey or you your podcast now. Has hundreds of new exclusive music stations. for you. Discover your new summer sound soundtrack get moving with worthy workouts for a cardio sash by today's top artists hanging with your crew. Throw it back with picnic party for old school. Janvier cookout or sail away with odyssey's new york rock station juggernaut. Hundreds of new exclusive stations to check out today for summer barbecues road trips or relaxing poolside. For every move every interest every passion by odyssey. We're all on this planet together so join odyssey and find your one thing. August is a great month to help out the environment by improving your gas mileage. Make sure your tires are properly inflated and heavy items like golf clubs aren't stored in your trunk take your car in for a tune-up to ensure it's running at peak performance and when the weather is nice walk or bike to your destination to enjoy a beautiful summer day. Join odyssey and together each of us. Doing one thing makes a greener tomorrow. What's your one thing. It's the morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti boomerang geo all right so there's so many people that get involved in this that don't get credit. Yes and we like to give credit yes. That's the type of people that we are so there was someone who could have shut this whole thing now. She could have said no. I don't want this. this is too much. Yes but instead she said this is the greatest idea ever heard her right now. This is islip town supervisor. Angie carpenter thank you so much candy. Let's here we're all here because she didn't shut us down. I have to tell you truth. Be told i don't remember saying this is the greatest sounded y- did and in many many planning meetings and there were many. I express some concerns. And i can tell you how thrilled i was when i turned the tv on this morning and saw the view of the boats on the bay. Everybody standing on the deck here at the lake house. And you guys bedecked in your absolute gorgeous outfit telling you and i gotta town iceland. The boys and we couldn't be prouder. We all thank you and it's great to be back home again and one of the reasons why we wanted to do. This is because we knew that people around the country would get a chance to see what this place looks like and how beautiful it is and i think. Cbs is captured. That pretty much all morning long and you should be proud of that and we say thank you to you and all of your staff for making this happen for us. Well thank you so much and you know you can take the baby out of the boy. The boy advocate. But you can't take the bay out of the south bay. It's great and you talked about the support staff. I can't tell you how thrilled we are at the town. We have incredible incredible team. And i'm seeing our public safety. Commissioner there twenty percent and our town attorney who is one of your biggest fans. Jr decio who was like boomer gio did just say boomer jail here so he sat in on many of the planning meetings are public information office trying to get everything out information to the public and it really really was a team effort and you guys epitomize with team is all about all appreciate that. Thank you so much. There's a lot tour you know what the thing about it is. We wanted to have a chamber of commerce day. And that's exactly what we have these. This is exactly what the bay looks like. This is what it was like. When i was a kid. This is what i remember. I know this is what you are out there doing on your boat every weekend. It seems like now to absolutely i and this is why we wanna live here. It is a beautiful place and we wanted to show it off and we did and he grew up in the town. Islip i currently live from. The town is flat. And we're so happy to be. Your angie carpeted thank you so much for everything you've done for us erin. Thank you very good so we have to go to jerry recco now right. Jerry is ready so if you wanna hear a sports update andrew you can listen to sports update because that's what we built. It was really quite exciting by chance. You give her a show to everybody else's show her show All right jerry. Recco take it away. Are you guys brought to you by winters. Brothers waste systems creating a cleaner and greener long island To learn more visit winters b. r. o. s. dot com before we get to the trivia with a couple of our listeners. Just catch up on last night. We heard john star in john. Sterling's call of the tim anderson game winner from the field of dreams game. Here's how it sounded in chicago is hidden in the air date garage box. Yeah there you go. White sox radio ninety. The white sox win tim anderson the game winner to right. He had himself a heck of a night for shore. Andrew haney did not zach. Britain did not yankees erase a deficit. Couple of big ninth inning home runs not to be. Though as the white sox wanted winning nine two eight here was aaron boone. No doubt disappointed but the experience pretty cool that was special and breathtaking setting for a baseball game. That i can ever remember. Being apart of matter of fact he goes even further says. Show me something better. That's probably the greatest setting a baseball game. That i've ever been a part of. It was pretty neat. You had kevin costner there. The players walk into the cornfields being introduced. It was pretty neat as for the pitching zach. Britton terrible the blown save and the laws and andrew haney good lord. No decision seven runs on five hits gave up three home runs over five innings after the game. He was asked one specific question to which she really had. No answer. Do you have any good. Take away from it. I know that maybe it's just too recent the lake can you. Can you share with us. Maybe the positives of the experience. Now you know not with the way he pitched add value. of course. well what do you. What do you think that's answer. I do think in fairness boone was gushing about it even after the tough loss so they weren't getting much out of him and so they'll continue in chicago tomorrow. Yankee seven games behind tampa five behind boston race. Play minnesota over the weekend and the red sox take on the orioles do by the way. Do we have our contestants ready. I saw dan. Dan carter got gotta come up here. I just come on dan. I get them ready while you do that. Let me just give you the how we roll out. We gotta we gotta get outs mike. Up there steve. Just say that again there. I'll i said i actually tried to flag down. He's like innovative in a minute. Yeah jerry you wanna hear another. Here's another funny one on the line. People are waiting outside. I go come on. come over here. Then what does it matter. Why don't you stay there. I'm checking out the line of people waiting to get in and take pictures with them. So somebody hands. Dan a phone says hey. Can you take this picture he goes. Oh you want a picture me in and comes over and stands next to me thinking that someone wanted to take a picture of him as opposed to him actually take the picture be getting a little too big for his britches. These days just a little bit. Okay jerry so you got the headphones on all right. So ladies and gentlemen we love all of our listeners. And all of our callers and some of them take it to a next level where they're a little bit of a. How do you say the psychopath tendencies just to slightly psychopathic tendencies. Which is a good thing. It's a term of endearment and two of them are sitting here with us right now. Jerry has show trivia with them so we can settle who knows more about the program. Dan encarta read or anthony in belleville who've been listening so let's hear it for anthony and belleville everybody. Let's hear dan and dan campbell. Oh he's getting booed booed. Oh jeez like brady. It can't all right so Jerry take it away all right here. We go guys. We got thirteen questions but we don't have to get to all of them. Let's see who knows. More first question goes to anthony and belleville you ready anthony. Yes sir question. Number one who on the staff went to stony brook university opting to go there at the time because that's where his girlfriend was going gregg giannotti and for the steel in the win. Dan al dukes. Wow is reading it and you go any booze. Anti scott was the answer. One a tough jerry. I like these questions i liked. We gotta really separate these guys go for dan. Second question to you who once dated a girl that smells like chlorine danny serious geo. Oh my god anthony for the steel boomer size. Yes anthony l. d. answer. Al dances that. He knew that he knew all right. Back to anthony. Question number three. Al dukes panics about one particular part of his body what is it his chicken neck. Oh my god damn his. Can i describe it as nether region. Penis hypochondriacs all. We gotta tie game here. Everybody a go to jerry. The at the age chicken neck jerry. He has that but doesn't complain. Dan this for you. Who's greg's partner. When he worked mornings at cbs sports radio no no. Are you guys serious. I don't know that. listen to that. When he worked at it wasn't on show dan. Nobody did come on anthony for the steel. Sal licata oh my god. Brian jones brian jones. Yes joe pittsburgh here. I'm a wfan guide. It lists losing all right here. We go question five to you. What was the year that boomer esiason was named. Nfl mvp nineteen eighty nine for these to suck dan for the steel. I eighty five. Let's move on nineteen eighty two bozos. Come on he was close but he's wrong number six. This goes back to dan now prior to living in bradley beach. What new jersey town did al live. Oh has matiwane no now. This is not a one already got there. It is grudgingly give you that one. All right all right anthony. Two members of the staff have significant others with the same name. who are they. And what's the name gio in jerry and kim dan steele genus. Sorry terrible dow geo and gina's to this is going to be jerry just a tiebreaker. I got two more. okay here. We go goes to dan. What is tattooed. Around the midsection of bob dwyer our productions last associate producer. Let's bank of bengals tattoo tattoo. We'll take that. We'll all right right back anthony. If you don't get this you lose. Okay are you okay with that. I'm fine with that. Who was the jets offensive. Tackle that almost killed boomer in buffalo. Is he allowed a blindside sacked. He's not going to remember that but he was even born flippers. Talked about this a million times now. I know i know dan. You gotta dan right. No no mongo mcmichael. Now be bruce smith. He plays the other team. I missed a question. i'm sorry thirty. Almost tackle your career. He said all right. Who is my teammate. That was trying to block him that day. That's the question clueless. Okay all right and one last one. This is it. Last one retired disappointed new jersey because multiple choice here to barreling. Sorry okay. Who wants was so infuriated by a caller he wants told them to drive into a brick wall before apologizing every read gulf. Yes all right guys. We tie three three good job. I thank you. Everybody signed the greek ties. pathetic performance. Terrible yeah guys do seriously all right. We had more disinfectant wipes please all right very good okay. You want to hear the howie. Rose call real quick. Yeah i would like to hear that one thing though. Dan wanted everybody to know al. You'll be proud of this. He saved four cans of al's boring beer just for today so have special. And he's drinking them especially for the party today. So dan truly is a clinger and a psycho. Can't angie carpenter do restraining order on the spot. On the dan thanks man. We love you all right. thanks dan. Free gimme howie. Rose as the mets. Take the second game of a doubleheader. Here's the to pitch swing at a high fly ball. Eleven yielded steetch. Leave sit back at the track at the wall. He jumps and it's got the bucks. A lot goes deep and that was the game winner how he wrote. Wcbs eight eighty minutes win. Five four that one after blowing a lead bed better by jeff mcdill and they won the first game four once. Let's get to fifty nine and fifty five into this series with the dodgers and guys one thing from yesterday to keep an eye on be good into the weekend michael conforto four for six on the day scored a few runs and start to show some life offensively. So perhaps that's side of things to come. We shall see. You've got tyler. Mcgill jose or reas tonight. Start of this thirteen game. Stretch to in the dodgers mets and giants They are a half game. Or the mets behind philly half game ahead of atlanta also of note jake arrieta released by the cubs yesterday The la clippers gave kawhi leonard a four year contract worth one hundred and seventy six million dollars and daniel jones. Not going to play tomorrow night. Jets giants metlife stadium. Boesak wilson will play a couple of series for the jets. What do you make that boomer. And thanks jerry. I don't worry about that now. Even know there's only three preseason it doesn't matter you know this is i. They probably don't wanna throw them out there. Because you know the jets starting defense is gonna be out there. That is the want to risk injury. So it's no big deal. Okay all right very good. There's a lot of streaming services out there. Each filled with reality tv comedy drama and of course superheroes but there's one dedicated entirely to nonfiction tv documentary films and that's curiosity stream history science nature. We've got it space. Dinosaurs big cats. We got that too and pretty much anything else you wanted to explore. Go ahead ed. Some smart tv to your smart tv with curiosity street. Go curiosity stream dot com to sign up and start streaming today. Jordache helps you cash fast. All you need is your bike and a smartphone. Decided process is super quick and easy. Now you get to choose your own hours and be your own boss and best of all you keep one hundred percent of your tips. Download the door dash driver today. To get started indulge in elite lifestyle at chantilly national golf and country club the rustic clubhouse in centerville virginia built in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty seven was designed to inspire and delight. Perfect your golf game on their eighteen hole. All design course make a splash. Anyone of their three swimming pools in their spacious pool deck and get social with a full calendar of events every month. You're sure to find something. Perfect for the whole family. Get ready to elevate your family's lifestyle to new heights. Visit chantilly dash national dot com to discover your membership possibilities today keeps the morning show with boomer esiason and greg boomer and geo derby rather be out there all right grover g. l. stupid retract tape get dead asked. Of course oh man. Don't you miss those times. Went out until like a record store to buy something or cd's store buy something like that could actually buy vinyl. Now can back in yet. Can but i mean i'm talking about. That was the only way he could do. Oh i switch going out of your way to do something like that. It's like it's not as fun right so you see i'm hoping a football my hand right yes yes so what. Our foundation does When we have event we always like to give a game ball or a couple of game balls out. The people who behind the scenes are working their tails off to make sure that something like this can get pulled off so this one. We're going to give digest clark from wfan jess airplane up proteome girl. Yes great job. I wanna thank you because behind the scenes. Oh you're the one that has been the point person for wfan an odyssey and everything else that you just absolutely love this thing from the beginning and you made it happen so thanks we are so lucky to have you really this event coordinated with the other station and the music and another person. That would no way in hell. We'd be here without you. So and dave anderson. trust me. you'll get enough shine later. This guy sakes watch dinner last night. What else can we do for him. Seriously thanks yes. We appreciate it. Love jess thing. yeah. I love that throwing the football thing. A good idea would be an quarterback and the whole thing. You finally figured it out. Yeah yes do you home man. I remember this youth through that football to that guy at the nypd foundation dinner. Who tired any totally blew it. He did but that fifty yard throw. Yeah but you know. He's on stage a bob. If you could buy dave anderson's ball can you go stand up underneath the american flag. Go right there. yes yeah you. Is there another dave anderson. Dave what me so david. I grew up together. We played little league baseball together and he basically runs the ferries around here. He's been dealing with local township dealing with all the different municipalities and everything else so they kind of brings back some memories so this young woman standing in front of us. It's gotta be awake. Because i don't wanna hit her in the back of the head just all right you ready dave. This is your this. Is your game ball. Don't blow it You know put it right in the chest right the chest. I always perfect have dropped out. He would have never lived it down so then he catch you. He actually caught you he was a catcher and literally for me is absolutely incredible. Yeah but this poor guy who's like us retired. Nypd after fifty years or whatever it was something crazy kept working at work in at work and they wanted to honor him. And he got a gameboy from any standing there. You through the fifty yard pass right here. And it goes right through his hands. And then like eight. Hundred cop started boeing them. What a moment stuffed up then right the right catch and he made right call in regards to this entire thing here so this is only the first half of it because we've got more happening at about five thirty. I saw this in the fog this moving barge. They're putting it over in the river. So that's how early got over there and we'll go from here. We'll hang out a little bit. Do some meet and greet stole about eleven o'clock. Maybe a little bit earlier than that then. We're hopping on the boats and everybody. That's here that joined us earlier. Show can follow us over there. I know there's people already in the river hanging out to get a nice little spot in front of the truly hard seltzer and twisted tea. Hard iced tea floating stage. So that's going to be happening right around noon and we'll keep this whole thing going throughout the afternoon. yeah that'd be great and it has great jordan davis implant. So it's exactly how we we envisioned it and the weather's perfect and it's turned out to be Been interesting day to say yes. We also very special guest here someone. I've been talking about a lot over the last week or so. And if you've been listening to the show you've heard this. I just would like to introduce everybody to my naked sister-in-law who is here. Stand up. Lisa g sea lucia sister-in-law that. I saw naked multiple times so she told me she's not getting naked in front of fans today so don't ask her anymore right but but there's just she was actually naked in front of the cleaning ladies yesterday to they got. They got a shock when they saw that but but they're very good so we're gonna have another jordan davis performance coming up next right. We might as well jazz. It's going to be performing. It's seven fifty five so let's actually get to them on time this time because i blew right by last time there's a lot of streaming services out there each filled with reality. Tv comedy drama. And of course superheroes but there's one dedicated entirely to nonfiction tv documentary films and that's curiosity stream history science nature. We got space dinosaurs. Big cats we got too and pretty much anything else you want to explore. Go ahead add some smart. Tv to your smart tv with curiosity street. 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Emmys 2020 Winner Predictions, Virtual Red Carpet Fashion & Emmy Do's & Don'ts  Daily Pop 09/19/2020

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Emmys 2020 Winner Predictions, Virtual Red Carpet Fashion & Emmy Do's & Don'ts Daily Pop 09/19/2020

"Onto daily props. Emmy special. The emmys tomorrow will be unlike anything we've ever seen. It'll be the biggest stars, the toughest face offs and celebrities possibly in their pajamas. And the next hour we're talking to the nominees stylus in showing you how Hollywood is making the most of the Emmys from home we've got our champagne. Morgan. So Johnny, Sue Fun. But it is time to get this party started Justin I will drink for you. Hard. As you know tomorrow won't have the usual wild red carpets impact ballrooms but we will have Jimmy Kimmel hosting from the Staples Center in Los Angeles he told Kelly and Ryan he's pretty much on his own. You're at the staple center, but there's no one in audience, right? Now. The audience you as far as I know, will not be out there on the Red Carpet Ryan right right now will not be out there, but you're gonNA have you're going to be in the staple center all by yourself? Pick the biggest. Possible venue. Alone. Narrowly, award show address the CELEBS in the room. They make jokes about the people there. How do you think it's going to work this year you all interesting because to be asked to host one of these shows, the stars really don't get paid that much money. Honor it's a privilege to be asked something on your I am. But this year I was Jimmy Kimmel I would like you. This is now a full time job to make you laugh to keep people entertained and to keep people in there for two hours alone I would have to ask for some more cash I'm Anita bag on this now no I think he's GonNa kill it I think he's such a professional he does such a good job and. I think on the flip side of things, it's actually probably less nerve wracking to not have to have people not be there I think like you could be like, okay. Well, I can I'm free I can do whatever I want like really have to play any sort of rules because I'm not going to get aside from someone if I make a joke about somebody, they're not here. So I Push the envelope so I feel like might work in his favor, but he doesn't have anyone laughing. Chris it's hard to fill that energy whenever nobody's laughing back. It's a little tough. I honestly predict there's going to be some prepackaged jokes like stuff that he's aired ahead of time one like teasing someone being like everybody's is watching from homes, some people are going to get dressed up some people aren't and he's GonNa cut to someone in their towel or robe and have little dialogue that's prerecorded research. Before. Yeah and we've been Jimmy, Kimmel is the gatekeeper Hollywood. He knows everybody he's been in this business for so long his late night show has hosts some of the biggest stars in the world. I'm pretty sure that Jimmy's going to have some people coming through just because the audience can't be there doesn't mean that celebs can't being there six to ten feet away. Something Will Happen Matt Damon will up with him or something. I hope. So some big stars like Oprah Gabrielle, Union Jason. Bateman Sterling K. Brown and America for we'll be making an appearance. Her is going to perform the in Memoriam segment meant. One hundred and thirty camera crews will be in ten countries and twenty different cities. The executive producer saying anything can and will happen. They also expect some kids might jump in parents, acceptance speeches. So who do you think is most likely to have the most surprising cameo. Speeches. Kind of excited about this format strangely enough because this brings me back to the old school days when Joan Crawford would win awards Marilyn Monroe you listen to the live cast on the radio, and then there will be a press corps outside your home to take photos and talk to you about it. So I'm super excited to see what they come up with, but it Jennifer Aniston wins this award I have a weird feeling that she is watching with her co stars from friends. Yes. I think that it's like I think that's where she is. So they could actually be there when she wins this award for how that'd be awesome. The one thing that I was thinking of was Michael Douglas sitting there, and if he gets the award Catherine Zeta Jones is sitting behind them being like honey you need to think this person that's don't forget this person like having a checklist making. Sure that he doesn't forget any names in his speech you know wives sitting next to him like helping them out I. It's probably more pressure also, because if you're if you're living in the double celebrity household like they kind of have to show up because you want your moment to stand out, you never knew kind of like when Chrissy teigen showed up in that virtual. Yeah read. Yes I love. Nonchalant Here glommed out but just stopping into say hi. To have partners who can't let them have a minute. For themselves. Hollywood couples. I can be like that. One thing that won't be different this year e continues to be your to for EMI's coverage on Sunday, we'll be talking to the stars before the ceremony and we'll have the winners and best moments at the night at the after party, and of course, the red carpet will be very different this year but let's not forget some of our favorite moments from years past. If the EMMYS I'm amazed. Everyone joy up coming from the tower with a perfect view. Scar people drinking and everybody's Schwetzingen and trying to look lamp and we're trying to smile. Little, see throw I'm realizing. Our cameras won't catch that being in people's lives with these stories and these issues and having them connecting the way that I have I. Mean I think it's sort of Florida all of us three sweat. Why why are you laughing? I never. Do things thinking about awards I was so thrilled that Oprah chose me to bring the beloved Johnny Crawford to the screen that was the award that was the wind. There's almost in addition just non stop everywhere I go and nobody talks to be about anything else. Great. It's so fun. So got up how are you are you looking so? Long. I'm scared that they're going to go crazy and think beat you're. GonNa. Lose them. Very. Good to see you a little dangerous tonight. Always, we always use these date talk we want Glam you come on I'm dying Glam, Tom Hanks and. Action. Cams wearing. A G string seal Berry Online's ray savvy. Yes. Well, US will our producer. On here. It's nice to sort of. See the moments when you're not in address and you have avocado in every part of your shirt and you smell like urine that's life as a mom sometimes, I might still smell like Erin today was fantastic toes about Johnny, my two year old one of the twins he's begins to projectile vomit all over me. You said that you were sweating in places you didn't know existed. Is it that warm here? Private Commerce? We'll go. To. Go. Let's get into the nights. Nail biting competitions. There are so many. Amazing. talented. And the lead actress comedy category who do you think will win or you can just say who you want to win I feel like I might is probably who I want to win. But I definitely with Rachel Brosnahan the Marvelous Mrs Mazel I love the show I. Think she's so good in that. I just feel like she deserves it and I mean I know that she's one in the past but like she is good from start to finish in every single episode so I feel like I want her to win it. I with Christina applegate and dead to me that one of the shows this year that as soon as they watched the first episode, I had to watch until the very end and I missed her on my screen and I saw her coming back and it was just it was a different side of her and I thought she was really really good i. don't know she's going to be able to wins really good competition, but I rooted for her yeah. You know what both great pigs but I'm sorry to tell you the person who's going to win it Catherine here from shits? Creek. If you have never seen Shits creek shame on you this woman in this role gives you every single thing she has and I think a lot of people were like sleeping on Shits Creek for awhile, and then the pandemic happened and people caught up it was a fun easy watch and people fell in love Catherine O'Hara against. History, together those. VN, her I mean I literally just watch. Both of them, I'm not gonNA lay any one of the ladies in this category if they win, I'm I'm like here for. All honestly so good. Okay. Moving on to lead actress in drama. Oh my God. This is so hard because Zinn Day was just so amazing and euphoria but I have to tell you Livia Coleman in the crown giving you everything. You thought the Queen should and would be with everything and you know these people like a period piece. Yes. Eleven woman goes through a tough time I golden went through time here. Right it's tough competition I have to root for my girl is in day she killed it and euphoria if she wins, he's going to be the youngest actress to ever win in this category. So that's pretty exciting. I hope she does it. She's just such a star in the making but. If she doesn't, she'll win eventually for something one hundred percent I Jennifer, Aniston Aniston but I think I was just tired that day I love Jennifer Aniston no matter what. But I definitely don't think Jennifer Aniston is GonNa win I definitely things day is GonNa win hands down she killed euphoria as did Jen Aniston but I do feel like Zinder GonNa take it. Well News guys coming up. We're speaking of the data we are going to be seeing if she's to be an address or pajamas tomorrow because we've got the inside scoop stray from her stylist. Laverne Cox is telling us what she'll be wearing who she's rooting for. That's next guys will grow back. Catalogue and looks good Welcome back to Daly POPs live. Emmy special. The big question of the weekend. What do you wear to a Virgil award show Zinta Roberts Rossi Zidan Day, Stylus Law Roach to find out. It's incredible. It's it's totally surreal kind of dreamliner three. Birth nomination but Dr What does the image tat low wrote on Sunday for her first nomination at any Wayne is going to be at home streamed from her living room to all living rooms. We've been really up in the air about. We dressed up do we? You know we celebrate celebrate you know. I think more than anything. She's really happy to nominate and recognize woj Floria and performance on their. Reaching for something. To. Meaningful I wanNA tell too much. I. Have addressed. We might not have address. Today. Gauge. Today we like ovarian. Like Chanel. Pajamas. Arena. Product. she's. We you know some just some snow name Swiss Honestly Web Dog on the Sofa somewhere you know wherever you like what she takes, it takes it off. Okay well, he did. He really tease desk. So you predictions. is going to wear whatever it is. It's GONNA be. She's just one of those people that like no matter what it is always perfect. It's like, Oh, it was a mess for her. It's just like almost too perfect. It's annoying. Yeah it'll be cool. No matter what okay. Tomorrow. Let's also talk about a billy poured or speaking of fashion. He made a statement about on every red carpet last season. So he always goes big. Do you think is going to go big tomorrow are just keep a casual here's the jam. All billy porter stuff is custom and couture, and since cove it, we forget that a lot of. Fashion houses aren't running at full staff. People don't have the resources to put together a billy porter on SAMBA. So I think this year especially with cutbacks, studios and budgets going down I think billy porter is still going to be fabulous but I think this is the year that billy porter says, you know what? I'm GonNa throw something together that already have aren't GonNa make it less fabulous. Scale. Bag. Way. Way. No? Balls to the wall like. Are you are you talking about budgets for Billy Puerto? You're not talking about, okay. Somebody wanting to make him. Dressed or the pantsuit or whatever the hell he's envisioning of his dreams like he is going to show and I don't think somebody who I mean I hate to say this but there's a lot of fashion pressure on him. You know what I mean to constantly up the ante to constantly give us something that we're all gagging over and he's done a really good job of mixing it up every single time he is definitely not doing pajamas on the. Sweats if he does, there will be feathers and there will be jewels. Mu. That is a prediction. The good news is we're going to get the answer from Billy himself when he joins US later in the show. So ooh, stay tuned for that. Okay. Let's talk about Jennifer Aniston. She loves to rock black on the red carpet, but she has mixed it up a little bit. So tomorrow she back in black, she couldn't wear the jeans and the White T. The casual look winning new. Mix I. Oh okay. So what do you mean by that like you? I think should wear a floor-length Kashmir dress that sex. So simple and so chic because she'll be at home with her friends with that hair just nicely tasseled for four hours by Chris McMillan. Going to be that California she casual that she loves to do. Anybody her wearing a robe obviously, not just like a normal lake cotton robe-like like you said, like a sexy like Qatar like is that an actual robe or is that a full on outfit Kinda using but like very rich but at home? Yeah I think they're going to I, also think it's kind of a matter of respect a little bit like they want to kind of poke fun at the fact that like they can all be together but emmy winning an. Emmy is obviously a very big deal. So I think they're definitely going to want to show up for the occasion. So I think if we are going to get an at home look, it's going to be a very glam at home look I don't think anyone showing up in jeans and a t-shirt unless it's like Jimmy, Kimmel or somebody that's doing a skit, one, hundred percent but you know who's not going to give us a casual at home. Look is Miss Laverne. And I got the Emmy nominee actually four time emmy nominee to talk about what she's planning to wear tomorrow and so much more take a look. I am so excited to finally walk views to the family you are hosting the e emmys countdown show. If anyone knows about red carpet if anybody knows about fashion what takes to get on that carpet, it is you but I have to know, are we keeping casual this season? Are we going all out Justin? So Bester I'm casual today but you think on me. Sunday. We were. Meeting with so this is why people don't know it is so much work to get ready for an event. So we're so I'm so excited I, the my ward show days over the years the wake up eight in the morning now return on e. and I would watch countdown to you know. Down in. Day With E, and now this year I get to be there with you guys like counting down the emmys and as an emmy nominee someone who's watched for using using I'm so excited and we are we're planning to give you a little a little something something and of course, time presenting. At the EMMYS so we have to do to look. Inside Yourself. Who are you rooting for? To get that trophy this year's voting with so hard I watched a lot of TV this year like in quarantine I've binged. Shows everyone actually it's creek. I'm just like routing perhaps single one of them. Honestly a nomination is a win. We got Regina. King. We've got Cate Blanchett's hat. We've got a caveat. Spencer we got I mean, how do you? What do you? How do you choose between these women? I sat there with my Emmy Bell and I was just like found. So politically correct. But like everyone is amazing. Everyone really isn't mates I've watched morning show all the way through three times the beginning of quarantine I watched it, and I was Jennifer Aniston. We're to have a key key. We need to talk about all this. We re watch the creek and I will see you on the e cow down to the red carpet. Talk so awesome. All right. You guys still ahead red carpet do's and don'ts with Anthony Anderson plus which emmy nominee is a big fat liar and who was featured in Taylor Swift's music video game of before they were stars is next play with US aid. Anthony Anderson is nominated for his ninth Emmy this year. The blackish star is up for lead actor in a comedy series there won't be a traditional red carpet this year, but that did not stop anthony from breaking down some red carpet rules with this. We want to talk do's and don'ts with award show Pro Anthony Anderson Alright Anthony Shuji chew gum on a red carpet doer don't. Don't do it should. Fair not should nominees prepare speech or just wing it and speak from the heart. Of speech that way you never forget anyone or anything. Why should you always have in your pockets? A good looks charm and your emmy winning speech. Shejie think other actors in your category. You, the politically correct answer or you want. It No. It's it's always an honor to be nominated amongst your peers. So yeah, you would want to celebrate them as well. Just because you want them to celebrate you if they were to win. She'd you sneak in a snack during the awards? yes. You should sneak a snack into the awards because those awards last long and so yeah, you WanNa have lesson cashews some almonds and some water. So is the one person you should always think in your speech. If you married your spouse. That's very important. All right. Last one. Should you always stop and talk to e on the red carpet hint? There is only one correct answer here Anthony. Yes Yes. Love it. Thank you answered named. Anthony has been nominated for lead actor in a comedy series every year since two thousand fifteen. One yet I know. Is. What people want but the guys would nominate it that many times it's an honor you know. Good nomination. Really I'm sorry. I think it's slightly offensive if you're going to be nominated nine times, not win once. You got to give it to him at one point come on or nominate them every year nine times is ridiculous I would be pissed. Fabulous but now let them take home the goal one year it's please someone to nominate. So we're not meeting you but we're never going to give you the award jd got not many that one time for those grammy's he never went back. He never gives somebody. Told me look you in the top five of comedic actors in the world this year that is a win in itself Susan Lucci never turn her back on the daytime Emmys even needed her as twenty. Five she'll still showed up with hair makeup ready to go and Anthony will too. I'm excited to see what he's going to wear tomorrow. Chic, he said I just how Do. You guys know this year's nominees. We're GONNA find out with a little trivia game about their early. Hollywood. Gigs you tour up competing in this one. Okay. Nominee for this year's lead actress in a drama played Mrs Phyllis Caldwell, in two thousand and two big fat liar jody. COMBER. Komen. The answer is Sandra. Year both row, which of this year's emmy nominees was featured in Kanye West? Thousand, six touch the sky video. Trails Ross it is. RACY ls. Point for me street deals Ross. Okay. which lead actress in a comedy nominee guest starred on the new leave it to beaver back in nineteen eighty five. Oh. I'M GONNA go with Linda Cartolini. So My Christina applegate go. Way Back, feature harbison is nominated for lead actress in a drama this year what was your first movie role in Nineteen ninety-three? Good. Job You is Leprechaun. Has It okay. We're reading some of your guys bashing predictions are I don't know who won who morgan a good job Morgan Okay Kiana says, we'll see pretty fancy pajamas to simulate what's happened with what's happening, but still gotta keep acute. Got Him. Samantha agree she says, let's make this a PJ party and Sarah predicts half dress will popular at this year. Say, look I. Think a lot of people are like relishing in the fact that they can get hair and makeup right now. Right and there's nothing like that first lacquer I'm telling you from experience I hate hair and makeup. Literally lived for. Eleven and I think a lot of celebrities are going to do that. Yeah, I agree. All right up next remember when Nicole Kidman. Kissed another man in front of her husband at the emmys the craziest Emmy wins are coming after the break. The Always full of glamorous stars but sometimes, things get a little awkward. We're going look back at a few moments that were never gonNa Forget. I know like, let me like not expose my. Yes, sometimes, things can get a little awkward at award shows and Amy Schumer wasn't done yet where you wearing even. Vivienne Westwood. Shoes and Lovie Tampon. But anything as cringe-worthy is watching someone kissed someone who is not In, front of their husband and talking to you Nicole. Kidman. To Alexander's Starr. That was in two thousand and seventeen when Alex went from best supporting actor for his role in big little lies. Nicole leader said, it was just a congratulatory kiss and they goes to. Jon Hamm. Done Ham. Climbed the stage to accept his first. Emmy for madman but he'll probably take the stairs decks time. He later told e well, that was just stupid Heidi Klum also hit the stage literally in two thousand, eight, her co host Tom Bergeron dropped her during a skit and we're still not sure if it was planned or not great. Trump was not fooling also I came up those days. That was the first thing out of Helen Mirren's mouth during her speech or outstanding lead actress, but was it awkward or awesome? Shoes up on you understand. and. Urban. Good. He saw eyes wide shut. He knows what the call is all out. Honey. She loves to do that in front of her husband's. Wasn't. It makes me all You know what all those moments though just. They're they're cringe I guess because it yes, there cringe-worthy but I, love them. They made the night. Moments we live for exactly I've had. My share over the years I've been here at e to mend even count any cringe worthy moment that stands out in your mind that you guys have had. A few the time I thought I. was on saved by the bell. We were down for that one. Or the time I tried to strip the pants. That was also took markets ankle then day or the time they brought the snake on. There's a lot. That's kind of what daily Bob Thrives on. Cringe worthy moment or they like to send me out. That's what they do. Like clowns, we're to put you in a house where the clowns and leave you in the body. person. Never. Again. Okay. Now, it's time to look back at some iconic outfits in a segment we're calling guests that emmy fashion. I'm going to tell you that item of clothing dress hat accessory, and you have to guess who were whoever gets the most correct wins back in one thousand, nine, hundred, nine, which actress showed up and this two sequin outfit forgoing out. Jennifer Aniston. You're right Jennifer Aniston. With me on Saturday morning about this outfit. Does this light pink core set dress belong to Oprah Gina. Overa-. And nobody could touch that smack y'all you kidding me is okay. Actress says best accessory in two thousand and sixteen was when she debuted her baby bump Kerry washing so well. But who was Jerry? What do you guys are like on it? Okay. We saw this the other day. Which actors wore this pink armband. Jessica. Penelope. Cruz I'm so pissed at myself damn it. I love that dress. It's so good. Okay. which comedic actress bright, pink gown to trade deals Ross Seattle. Stop answering so fast. On the draw. which actress rocked several big layered necklaces. Christina applegate. Sandra Oh. Twisted in the thing. DAMMIT SANDRA failing units. And work going back to Nineteen ninety-five which actress boarded this sparkly purple choker Cynthia Nixon. Courtney Cox. Why no no rider. Oh. I finally came to play somebody came to. The party planner to the stars and sharing tips on how to throw the most epic. Emmy Bash at home. We'll be right back. With this by the way. Or has it is it's your first. Yeah. This is my first. Time, you know it was kind of wild place people watching you. Do you think. Gosh question why are they important I think. I. Think it's just it's giving tribute to those people that have worked really hard for a really long time. You know and it's kind of like saying thank you. I guess. That's Dina obligates first time at the EMMYS back in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine way before her seven. Emmy. noms this year she has a not for dead to me. I miss the days when stars didn't feel like the word that they said was going to be twisted or misconstrued, and they could be honest. Totally this day and age a celebrity would not get a very not knowing the questions that you were going to ask and I feel like I'm GonNa Bring it back I feel like reporters played to safety as not that that was the question I think we're just too scared to a thin our office celebrity but there there, and they want to answer those tough questions there. Might not want them to, but they WANNA do it and they want to be real and they WANNA be authentic. Annoying. Question. That woman to like I don't know. She's so by you clearly she's like, why are they important? I. Don't know they're important I mean she answered it really well, but it's just one of those questions where the reporter was like this is a question I have lined up. I have to ask it this way like I. Killed Christina was at the time. High but he ended up becoming like this huge stars. So you just never know and that's kind of funny. Sometimes we do. We interview these up and comers. We don't know what's going to happen if we'll ever see them again. Like. This Big Star you're like, oh I should have paid more attention whoops. All right. You don't have to let social distancing take the fun out of your Emmy Viewing Party party planning to the stars. Stephanie Terblanche is here to show us how to party like is twenty twenty. I know twenty twenty s curve balls. But I hope that some of these ideas we'll help you celebrate with those you love and socially responsible way. One of the first things that we had to say goodbye to was the grazing table we just can't be having communal food. So instead of this. Make each pod a party tray that way they can have individual portions. You can have many sharks who reports with fruit cheese nuts anything you want. We can give a shout out to our emmy by putting gold wrapped candies on there as well. My new favorite party hack is to make wondering for the whole family give the kids colorful shakers. So we know that there there's they can add fruit ice maybe throw it a little bit of that candy from our shark who'd reward, shake it up and enjoy for the adults. Guinness something a little classier. They can have their favorite spirit meant maybe throw in some mixers also a little tip when you're buying bottled water, get the many times that way people just open them and drink them instead of setting down half empty bottles something you can't do without an outdoor projection party is popcorn to put a new spin on an old classic we took one of. These dollar store jewelry organizers, and put all different types of popcorn seasonings in there just to mix it up a bit when it comes time to decorate your space, you don't need to buy anything at all. You have everything you need at home we didn't have a projector screen, but what we did have a swing set. So we just took off the swings through she'd over and clamped down. One of my favorite ways to accommodate floor seating at events is Geez coffee tables through the perfect height to my coffee table and a few rugs and every throw pillow we could find to make designated areas for our guests. Please don't forget it's mosquito season by CITRONELLA everything. I don't know if I get to your house at my shirt. Kutaragi plate is not personalized for myself. To share the meets you don't care about my life. Okay individuals are. Goes fast goes fast. Guys just thoughts on which actors Reading For this year Brennan Says I. Hope Isa Ray. Insecure win something and hopes in Daya Wins for Best Actress in a drama APPS says data is getting it on her first time. We will for sure but I do want to remind everybody this girl is just starting her journey. This is only the beginning purrs. So Meyer were rose let's give capital Hera what she deserving since beetlejuice. Okay. Yeah. Then all the way. All right you guys out next billy porter revealing his special emmy viewing plans with US plus his post co-star Hey Lisa. is sharing makeup secrets and how to serve the best looks at your neck. Zoom. Call.

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"All right. It is Mason, Ireland time. It is twelve o'clock, noon. Brian cabinet ski sitting in today, and we are going to continue to dive into the Anthony. Yes. It's trade dynamic eve, the entire arc of the next decade in the NBA depends entirely on whether or not the Lakers can move Isaac Bunga. Stra conditional second round pick. Yes in twenty twenty eight. That is basically where we are now now here's what first of all, I wanna I wanna lead off with this. I believe that the Colli Leonard acquisition as a max free agent is a complete and total pipe dream. I don't believe it's going to happen. But yesterday you're onboard today today, you're off I'm off. Okay. I think it is total and complete magical thinking. And by the way, I'm not even sure it would be the best thing. I'm not even sure it would be the best thing. I still think it might be better for Anthony Davis to waive that trade kicker, Anthony. I hope you're listening in defined three really good role players so that the Lakers have some depth and rely on something more than veteran's minimum guys. I, I agree with your basic premise, except if you can get kuwa- except of it's quiet because quiet Leonard might be the best player in basketball right now. You can get him you go get him. Yeah. But if you can't now we think the the Mason this for any other player, I'm not doing it for Jimmy Butler for Kevin kyri. I'm not doing about. I'm not a kyri guy. Yeah. Kyri is. As my as my mom term. My mom likes to use a sad sack sort is he's a sad sad. I like my point guards to believe the earth is round. Yes. Well, like years, we've all broken up with a girlfriend significant other part, or whatever it might be. And then you're gone for a little while. And you, you, you feel like you can do it again and get back together with, like, oh, with member. Oh, actually much thought getting back together. Right. And about what percentage of the time, do you, do you think people say, oh, this is why our remember now? I remember we I is doing it again. I know people who have reconciled who've made it work for that. But more often than not, they don't I know people that got married, the second time, see, maybe once got a divorce got married again. Everything's good. So it's not impossible. It is not. But I don't know that it's smart for the for the Lakers to make that we dive I wouldn't put four. Eighty percent of my marital cap space towards believing that a work. Correct. They already have the best to player combo in Basque. Yes. Flat out. Simple end of stories at least for next year. Katie's not playing. Correct. Absolutely best to player combo, and they are going to need some help. They're going to need the Lakers are going to need some depth. And you know, I went through an actually looked at some of the players today. And by the way, I'll let you know that coming up, whoa, JR. We'll play some of that from early this morning. On the get up at twelve thirty Kevin arnovitz is gonna join us with his thoughts on the trade at one o'clock basketball math with Eric, Pinkus, he's really tried Bobby marks, and we didn't like what he had to say, right. We try to didn't like didn't he really brought down room? Exactly. So all we have left at this point is Pinkus, correct help us. Eric pinkus? Yes. Save the day, and then at one thirty we'll talk some dodgers with BUSTER only so all that stuff is, Nope. Nope. Nope. Nope. Come out. No, no BUSTER only today. Buster couldn't do it. No, he had a he, he said he could do tomorrow, but we're on remote. So we're not doing it tomorrow next week next week, does BUSTER think the Lakers can get. He's a big fan salary is a big. Thinks we can get. I think he's on the collided train with me. He's on the train the magical mystery. It's not magical anymore. You can't magical it's magical. It's there's, there's a full outweigh to get to that point. But they're not going to happen or not. I think trains are magical generally generally magical form of transportation. So you mentioned there's a way here's what road said this morning on the get up. Well, the Lakers have been calling around the league with a couple of those minimum contracts, they still have on the books, including mo-, Wagner, who is our number one, pick last year to try to win July six comes to have more teams involved in this Anthony Davis trade to be able to turn right now is that twenty three million plus number into around thirty two million in cap space on July six when the free agent moratorium ants. So the idea this is really complicated. And by the way, you know, I, I asked Greg, tha. I said, are we overcomplicating things for like rank and file listener person who's just flipping by? Is it too? Average average average Joe, like regular regular basketball. You're kind of a regular person thing. Greg, Greg is in the weeds. Intellectually. All right. So Ryan will not be with us tomorrow. We're gonna find maybe eight years. Yeah. But the lunch. Like the most complicated stuff. It is way to see the moral the story here is the CBA is stupid. It's too complicated way to compliment. I think that the job is not to make it easily digestible for us doesn't have to be this hard like here's a thing that's very point. Don't even get it. Like there are front offices in the league who don't get it who days stuff. Wrong offices, actually need to hire people that do only this. Yes. Like you actually need one person in the front office who can figure all this stuff out and they still do it wrong. But I don't think it's too complicated or it is too complicated. But I think the way that were doing it is the right way in that we're, we're trying to learn along with the listeners so trying to do. Yeah, we're, we're learning ourselves. And we're teaching them at the same time by by going through all nets, what this show is about. It's about teaching knowledge is power. It's about it's about pledging. It's about instruction that will be tasked. What did they say? Quiz. What do they say at the end of every GI Joe nine you know? And knowing is half the battle exactly there you go. So well would was talking about there is the concept that somehow the trade, the Anthony Davis trade. Could turn into a three team trade. And that is possible. It is possible that at that the pick that the four pick would be flipped by New Orleans to another team. And the idea would be that genereal Jones mauve honor. And by the way, it's Wagner. Whoa, jr. It is not Wagner. It's wagner. Along with who's the third Isaac Banga would go to team three which would conceivably clear it moral standing on the way. Chris, if the teams agree when guys get signed and moving there's more than one thing has happened. Not simply a matter of the pelicans chain, the trade, the four pick to someone else, and now something happens. And now the Lakers brain surgery. It's not for dummies. No, no. It's not for dummies, this is complicated stuff. So it is not impossible. It is unlikely in. Here's what road says about that. When you have a MAC slot like that you'd better have a player who reaches a standard of max contract and not overpaying somebody, especially when you have no depth. They're not getting quite Leonard. They're not getting career Ving clay Thomson's injured katie's out the next year. They weren't getting any of those players to begin with when you. Get to that next here, you are probably better off not putting all that money into one guy. But breaking it up in some of the players, Bobby showed we had on the board of their because all you need is one injury in the course of a season. And now you're left with no depth. You're so top heavy and you've seen in recent years, here that look look at the rosters in Milwaukee. Toronto Boston, these were deep rosters. You need more than two guys three guys to win. So can we all agree the one player that it is worth doing this for is? Yes, Greg, absolutely. The only only he's the one where I think, if you're on the other side of debate you are one hundred percent obviously wrong. Yes, I think I can talked into kyri, but it really needs to be that you can make you can sit here and debate it, you know, he'd be the only other I'm a big fan of Kemba Walker as a player in terms of what you wouldn't do it. He's older. He's older than I thought too. I thought it was like twenty eight when he's already thirty busy. I think so. And so, yeah, that's a good idea. Either twenty Leonard is the best player in basketball. Maybe you do it for him. And you figure out the rest, and that's it. I think so, yeah. So they should know already, of course, is coming. And, and won't says they were never going to get quite, I can't wait for, if, if I swear always happy to replay that over and over again, if I Leonard comes to the Lakers, he shy. We'll cut that one strain. Sprained? Wait to play you. Different different should have to appear on your show, like in your cereal box. So you can shame Showtime, for me is in my shooting in your Showtime forms, serial killer shoebox looks like you're about to murder whoever appears on your show idea where it was from closet Bergman. Gets his guests by asking them put a health and put a couch in a van for. He should agree to go. Get whoa, John. And if quiet Leonard comes he should come onto Showtime form who won't slow twenty two large. Shoebox showtimes. I mean why not? I think what something in there. Tro time is an excellent sounds like puppet theatre. We need a Twitter handle at shoebox Showtime. I'm sure it's available. I'm not joking. I will cut that one. Little piece up from whoa, JR. The Lakers are not getting quite Leonard and play it over and over randomly. We could be talking about the dodgers. I'm just gonna drop quiet Leonard's not coming to the Lakers. By the way, he says, we're never getting Kawai Leonard. Right. Never never never get it. There was a moment along the along the way that the Lakers were getting quite Leonard. Look at that one. Other teams fold if it happens, it will be so satisfied. Listen, if it happens, it will be satisfying for much more than the reason will somehow shame woes. It's just like whoa. He's changed on on Monday. He's like it's not possible to get to thirty two million on Tuesday. It's possible to get the thirty two million like, pick, one don't just say, it's yeah. We'll do whatever we can get him on the Donald show. Exactly. You should just blitz him though. Like he comes in here. You storm. What do you think about that wo- JR? The old bayton switch. Yeah, exactly. 'cause you're sources are impeccable. Oh, my sources are in my brain. I don't have sources. It's so liberating not having sore. I love it. Twitter handle, I got no. Well, that's out there. I got no source of late on that one as Andy, I to say sources far from the situation right? All right. Coming up next shouldn't AD? Wave that trade kicker shouldn't he do it? We'll talk about that coming up. Hey, join us tomorrow. We are live at Rockin brews in Redondo beach corner PCH and palace Verdy's boulevard. We don't get out of the studio all that often we do these live shows from out on the road. I don't know. We do it. Maybe five times a year. This is tomorrow. We are live. The Mason Ireland show is live at rock, and brews, in Redondo beach. We wanna see out there. They'll be free stuff. They're right. That won't there be free stuff. There's plenty of free stuff free stuff Allen, t shirts for sure. Mason Ireland t shirts, all kinds of stuff corner PCH and palace Verdy's boulevard. It is re was originally going to be our NBA draft party. Now it is our welcome to allay, Anthony Davis party will be broadcasting live from noon, until three Sodano and Byron Scott will be there from three to seven. Stop by for a chance to meet everybody get sell fees, get opening night tickets. And by the way, those really cool in the. Last week, they got really cool on Saturday, plus autograph merchandise, and a whole bunch more. That's tomorrow, rock, and brews, in Redondo beach. Mason, Ireland, Brian cabinets in for Johnny SPN. So. This just happened. And I don't know what it is. I'm not sure what it says it has something to do with rob Pelinka. And it is Ramona Shelburne on the jump right now. The challenge here is they've already given up a lot of the things that theory you would use to sweeten the pot here in this situation. And if you're the pelicans, I would imagine they're like, well, why do we have to acquiesce year like this already been done already did our part that's on you? If you didn't get it done right. The first time. I mean, the key word Motors report yesterday was scrambling scrambling means you weren't ahead of ridding. So when you're scrambling, you're probably not gonna make the best decisions or the best deals. They don't act as I don't think they need a third star. And I think you get to a place where, you know, if you really believe that you have somebody who would come for a little less than the max, but maybe it's worth it. Then you go and talk about those type of traits but to do it in preemptively, if you don't even know like that's weird. It sounds like they're playing catchup. Hence stored scrambling like loge. Again byron. It sounds like a very novice front office, potentially making a mistake, not prepare twenty three million cab right now still enough to go get the shooter that we just talked about. Right is more than enough. So again, you gotta have a game plan. Lake. Ramona's talk about when you go into situations like this, and you trying to make a deal for Anthony Davis. You gotta have a game plan after that was me. Can't go into his oh, we got you. Okay. Well now where do we go from here to just? You gotta be ready just in case you do get him. But you got to be ready just case you don't and there are people in the league and every team has another Lakers have them that are paid to memorize the CBA backwards and forwards their, their job is to raise these issues early often and his message possible. I covered a team that has one of those when I was before I came to UCF covered the heat Andy Ellsberg there general manager is basically they're capitalist. He knows that thing inside and Bobby marks, like I call Bobby it's like he might even be sleeping, but he. Could tell me what the rule is? Four in the morning where you were what's the rule. Oh, it's okay. Oh, it's okay. I mean that's, that's your job. Do the Lakers have someone like that they do question, if they listen. So. Yeah. They do. It's a question if they listen or is there guy? Good. Is, is Bobby ARC's available like what if they're guys like Andy, right? I mean he's not good. Do they listen? Well, that wasn't reassuring. No. Scrambling at not a good word hang on. I think we've got scrambling while the Lakers have been calling around the league with a couple of those minimum contracts, they still have on the books, including mo- Agnew who is our number one, pick last year to try to win July six comes to have more teams involved in this Anthony Davis trade to be able to turn what right now is that twenty three million plus number into around thirty two million in cap space on July six when the free agent moratoriums that was not scrambling known apparently at some point. Word that was used in the news feature that was on ESPN dot com that loge put up yesterday. Okay. The Lakers are scrambling to add, you know, get rid of these guys. They can add more cap space. They can use. So is this a function of a novice general manager? We don't know. Right. And that's I think that's important thing. We'll talk about that coming up for you next guide. ESPN LA, Mason, Ireland, Brian Chemnitz key is here. Today is Momo coming over a little bit later, maybe maybe Momo will run by. I'd like to hear more about this scrambling Bramlett. She's talking about scrambling. All right. Joining us right now is one of the most intelligent and literate and just plane smart basketball guys out there. Kevin arnovitz Kevin. How you doing man, a euphemism? Like you're saying, I have a good personality. No. No. You're just you're smarter than me. That's all I. That's all. I know smart barter clear, Kevin. But still so, so what are you? What was your takeaway from this trade? What is it do? First of all, from the Laker perspective. Mickey I this nothing in the last twelve minutes you're talking about the entity Davis, crate. Yes, there's, there's nothing new. There's nothing breaking just the Anthony Davis. It's morning with the Memphis straight. So I'm dislike I realize, I I'm not my alerts or not our. So, you know, I, I, I feel like it's, it's an interesting trait in the sense that it is the Lakers kind of finally expressing their true identity. Right. And, and, and I kinda take a broad look at this, which is that for many, many years and you guys have been at the middle of it. The Lakers have been going through what we kind of regard as a conventional built in the NBA like your camping shift team gets broken up, overtime you bottom out. You're gonna get your lose a whole ton of games, but you're really high draft picks and together they're going to grow it. Sure. And get a little better and develop skills. And with the hope that they'll be either exceptionally good kind of think about the two thousand twelve thunder. You know, after they're sort of bottom out or or they'll be very, very good. But they'll the ability to sort of bring in that last piece or whatever it is. And like the Lakers were trying to do that for the last several. Years. And the thing is the Lakers are terrible at that. Like they don't have the patience. They're distracted by shiny objects. Like they the Lakers are a franchise. It has still capacity for the sort of marginal tax recall, that are sort of part of building thing from the ground up. They're not a startup. They're not nimble that way, you know what the Lakers are really good at getting the attention of superstars sort of selling their market, and their brand the stieg, and the circus, and all the rest of it. And so in one fell sweep what they do is. It's like we're done being that save that for the sort of for the for the for the sort of the team builder culture. Hedge fund, the types who liked to do all that we won this trait, because we got this protection that at that, right? The Lakers are now just hey, this is who we are. We're gonna get the biggest basketball star in the world, and then we're going to get the best one of the three best talents under the age of twenty seven and Anthony Davis. And we're gonna worry about the rest of it as. We go. But like that's who we are another this other nonsense. And that's that was, what was sort of interesting about the trade is, like, okay, this is the Lakers. I remember and know. So Kevin, I'm glad you kind of said that about who wins, and who loses his it's sort of I think it's a dumb way to kind of look at it. But did the Lakers I was my next question was who won the won trade? But I did the Laker did the Lakers win it by getting what they needed from a basketball standpoint in the LeBron James era and all that stuff game given their context, is this, a good trade for them basketball was. I think by and large if that's what you want. If your goal is to win a championship in the brawn, James, the next to the next three years, in the pool Bron James the answers yet, do I think they gave up too much probably will it matter. I don't know if you win a championship, it probably doesn't matter. You'll worry about the two thousand twenty three concessions, then or two thousand four if the world's gets, you know, the coming of Christ himself in the first round, like I don't know you know, like it's we'll find out. But in the context of yeah, they got like the they finally did what they needed to do what you're say, who. What do we want? What do we want to do not win the press conference, not like delight ourselves or, or, or bolstered ran, like we, we wanna if we wanna win a championship LeBron James the next three years? There's an obvious answer that which is go get one of the three best players in their prime in the game. And they did that I don't think, again, I don't think I'll you wanna teach this. At the Stanford business school, go sheeting class, right? Like I like the snafu with the salary cap. And now they have to retool, it, it clearly, demonstrates the things that they're not good at which is just knowing them at new show of the league. And, you know knowing how to win deals on the margins and get everything you eat and be organized like the Lakers terribly disorder. I have a very rudimentary front office like they aren't advanced in systems. Like, like they're kind of that guy at the poker table you play with. But it doesn't matter because he's better looking and has all the money. So if he loses his stack, you know, it doesn't matter because they'll just go reopen Bank. You know what I mean? Like, that's who they are. So I think it accomplished what they wanted to accomplish in that respect. Do I think they won the deal, maybe not from a again, Stanford business schools negotiating standpoint, but like it accomplished what they wanted? So it sounds like you were less than impressed with the performance of rob Lincoln the front office on this one. Well, clearly, there's like I think, you know, they gave up a ton for a guy who you know, you could argue is going to be on their roster in fifteen months anyway. Right. Like I obviously not getting assurances give everything that you've got okay. We'll do this executed on the thirtieth instead of the six to ensure you know our maximize our cap space. Right. They were things that clearly so Kevin. Let me ask you let me ask you that did they have the ability to do that is that an actual negotiating point? I think you can absolutely orchestrate. The deal. However you want. I mean, they're, they're in that respect. I think you can say, look, if we're going to give you X Y Z and we're going to back up the truck here we can do that. You know, do I know for certain, but I don't there's no, there's no tried and true law of execution of the deals any both teams you know, agree to certain sort of Pramod, or is in terms of timing, and everything else. But like, you know, so in. Do I think they gave up probably more than they needed to sure? We'll never know. I mean I David Griffin. We can't it's hard to sort of always evaluate these trade. It's not like you know, it's not like you know, when you watch the World Series of poker, and you've got the percentages up there and, you know, you know what the guy has right. Like like this. This Griffin say never mind. If you say, you know, you're gonna get you're not gonna get all three of these things, you'll get to three or one of three. But I you know, again, I just kind of like to look at the deal brought, then I killed the Lakers the last several months like most people have. But, but I just kind of applauded from look, if you're gonna be yourself, just be yourself and, and in that respect like they're going to be a really good team next year. You know provide they'll be there'd be a really good team. Exceptionally good team. Or a very, very team depending on how they book straight the next month and a half Kevin. How good we're talking to Kevin. Arnovitz ESPN's basketball. What do you how do you what do you? What is your job? How do you categorize yourself? Good at it. I what am I? I don't know. I'm I what do I do think about it? Think about while I ask you this question. How, how effective do the Lakers need to be with this. Let's just assume it's twenty three million dollars, you know. What is their level of wiggle room here giving the they have the two guys at the top of the Rostov is still got coups, MMA? I mean, is it? I'll go to player do they need players to. They need to find a why didn't they need to be really good. I mean, what we've determined is just having, you know, I mean, look at Oklahoma City you look at, you know, LeBron teams in Cleveland that really struggled in and scrapped and had to kind of work their way into a good seating. And then, you know, and then didn't couldn't you know kinda finish out the finals or stuff. I mean, like it's very easy to have a top heavy team that doesn't perform up to its potential. It's exceptionally important that they go and figure out what they need and do it right for this season for next season. I mean, don't just make sure that it makes sense, make sure you have sort of considerations. When you when you when you crash these contracts. What are the implications for the summer of twenty twenty the summer of twenty twenty one twenty twenty two? I mean we're, we're finding is in Houston signing it right now. Like like. Back contracts can have really detrimental effects going forward. They can hamper you don't you're talking, you're talking to a Lakers fan. I still remember MA's Govan dang. So I know that these things can really not of this hampering of which you speak. Selective and really smart about it and kind of understand what they need. And look I mean you're one we're seeing this in this league. These guys have played a lot of minutes. Nobody's, as you think they are until it happens in like you know so, so let's say they're fifteen games that both these guys are gonna miss simultaneously because an injury over last night, the way clearly, realistic scenario, you know, going, you know four eleven a lot different than going, you know, ten and five and that's the difference between in the Western Conference. We see between one seat and a four seed many years. So, like they have to be really really selective about not only who they acquire, and how the talent fits around these two guys. Fortunately, those guys are really versatile. But also and crafting the deals be smart. Don't get, you know, think about again there that you should have people on staff that you trust who can say, hey, on that stirred year, that's going to bring our number up to x. We project the cap to be why, which makes sure that we get a downward escalating contract at that's you know, all these things the creative teams do that looks small and marginal, and kind of stuff of analytics, dorks, backing big the difference between having slots and not having slots. Hey, listen. Kevin. Thanks. I would I would call you a basketball savant. How about that some? I like savant savant. Hey, thanks for coming on, man. We appreciate it. We'll talk to cool. Kevin arnovitz there ESPN's basketball savant. Can we get a so-called NBA expert on the show that doesn't hate the Lakers and have negative takes about a team? Fair question we've tried all of them, we got here, Pinkus. We'll see. He's our only hope. Yeah. Coming up at the top of the hour. ESPN LA. Mason in Ireland would guys doing so Wednesday tomorrow, don't forget is our big. It was going to be our NBA draft party. Now it is our welcome to LA AD party because that part, we know is happening at Anthony Davis is coming, not much for sure. Where rock and brews Redondo beach tomorrow, corner a PCH and palace Verdes boulevard. It'll be us from noon until three come out for lunch. Hang out, then Sodano and Byron Scott will be there from three to seven go there for happy hour have a couple of beers. You can stop by got a chance to win opening night. Tickets opening night tickets. Those got interesting on Saturday, plus autograph merchandise in a whole bunch, more, that's rocking, Bruce, Redondo beach tomorrow for our NBA, welcome to LA AD party just got the name of it just got more complicated. The NBA LA, welcome to lay. A party. Exactly. It's catching, we should workshop that before the next the next. Let's let's brainstorming session for that one. We'll session. So it's funny you mentioned that tweet re, re re this, this is from this is from go back to the screen here are man. Very upset about it. Thank you, Brian, Brian, and says, can we get a so-called NBA expert on the show that doesn't hate the Lakers and doesn't have negative takes about the team Callo to add LL? Yeah. Richard. I ala chimes were. Yeah. Thanks for calling all these animals that are low key haters, in the Lakers. Okay. I just got a text from Jacob. I'm running who says I am so sick of whoa, JR. And his anti Laker comments. Now. Here's the thing. You always think that. Okay. So let's go back to the to the World Series last year. I assume that Joe Bach hates the dodgers. Yes. Okay. Okay. And I will stick to that claim but people outside of Los Angeles think that he hates their team in the case of loge, there is this concept that will judge hates the Lakers. Now, I would argue is passing along information that is sourced most of the time. He's not no reviews all the time. Opinion guy. No, he's a source guy and a lot of this time this is. So this is will just great. Right. Rogge's great. When he actually breaks news. Yeah. That is. He is a hundred percent spot on writings perfect at it when he's giving his opinion. It's just that it's more a little bit more. Petty really doesn't give opinions careful vicious. Well, in this, he says the Lakers are never getting collide Leonard were. Never getting listen to it again. When you have a MAC slot like that you'd better have a player who reaches a standard of max contract and not overpaying somebody, especially when you have no depth. They're not getting quite Leonard. They're not getting career. Ving clay Thompsons injured, katie's out the next year getting that's, that's. Based on sources what you would hope. So. But if it actually how you would hope so. Not knocking to say based on sources hold on. So can we agree that it all depends on where he's getting his sources from. So who we don't know who sources are it could very well be somebody in with Toronto? It could be somebody with the gopher lie. It could be it could be somebody with kuwa-. It's more than it's actually more than one probably all of them, unless it's actually from Kawais camp, who is just, you know, at a parade and you know, on his family, he says, we're not getting Kawai he is wochit. She is the won't. Okay. He also said in February and in just a week ago that the Lakers did not have enough assets to get Anthony Davis. And then now the point to the Lakers tweets, the, the, the Lakers, then got Anthony Davis. And he said, we gave up too much for that was his saying that never the source that wasn't enough. That's not enough stuff. And so then. They either added or safe or that they. The right thinking, we don't know what the original offer was if the offer was, hey, we'll give you two first round draft picks. Then that's not people are mad. Because they want the news about the Lakers to be good all the time. If not. But that's, but that's not the fault of the journalists. That's the fault of the Lakers. All right, we're gonna come back to this conversation, July first or June thirty. When you guys are on Domingo's Gandhi. The lakers. If somehow if something comes out, this is always if, if something comes out that says that Kawhi Leonard is joining the Lakers. Then all of those all of these things, and then. Whoa, jr. Is absolutely wrong because it was right? Pathetic source of news, if that doesn't make it, it's still opinion. But also it doesn't mean he said those things before because he's trying his he hates Lakers. No, I don't think it has anything to do with hating, the Lakers. I don't think Joe buck hates the dodgers apparently every team Karna dude every World Series I think he did. I'll say John John, small -tated the blue. Joe Buckton Joe buck likes is the cardinals because he's from Saint Louis and we have the best fans in baseball. But I do agree that he's always pro Saint Louis. Well, of course, and we played the, the cardinal invented toasted rally. The issue that I think a lot of Laker fans are having is that wo- do will say something, and then the next day he'll say the exact opposite thing because things changed. We gotta be careful who would use a journalist, he's not an I think guy, but this is not an eye. Okay. I'm guessing. That's what he's he is thinking, but journalist, it's based on sources. Sure. But it's the he has more appeal think guy, right? You're an I think one hundred percent I my best source in the NBA is Ramona. Okay. Right. Mona is best Ramona says, on air can we agree, though, that there's people that he is being sourced by maybe giving him certain information to help their narrative? There's no question. But, you know. No, that even I know that as a, as a journalist who's done, these sorts of things which is why when you know, the New Orleans camp tells you something you then go to your source on the other like you and you, you round all these things out right for you. Go out and report it. Well, this is so when he was reporting he was reporting obviously from the, from the pelican side, and Brad Turner was obviously reporting that you're just guessing that it's pretty obvious when you hear what they're saying. Yes, I am guessing I'm not gonna say that. I know this for one hundred percent fact but for the most part, you can tell you think rewarding anybody on the air, I don't think any of these sources are tuned to get the Lillard. Later does not hate. Absolutely not. And that's why when Larry Koon said that yesterday I was like okay sure these, this is new, this is information from Larry Koon who doesn't have anything in the game before towards the Lakers or not is just saying this is impossible. It then turned out that it was possible. See, when whoa says the Lakers were never getting coli. I'm assuming that's based on his multiple conversations with actual people. Whether it is in Toronto, whether it is with the clippers, whether it is with Kalis people themselves. Do you think that it's possible that, you know, maybe he has some sources with the this is just a possibility with the clippers clippers and they're and they're saying, like, hey, put this out here? This is never going to happen, that helps us get free that doesn't change Kalis mind. We but we sure it does no doesn't change collides mine. So. Okay. So you, we like to we like to listen to Vegas over the for Devon to one. Yeah. They. Were just plus twelve hundred now they're plus six hundred. It's jumped way up, it's because of you maybe yes, Greg Bergman, Jamie. Has put money. Aged vegas. I see where I'm coming from here. This is why this is also. It's not just me. I'm saying this, maybe how the Laker fans themselves are thinking is that is in a way that this is not necessarily what's actually going to happen. We're seeing Anthony Davis being saying it's not gonna cousin does happen. Nobody was saying. Coli was wanted to be a Laker. Nobody says he doesn't go. Yes, year ago. Now circumstances, do absolutely change, including they signed LeBron James that he said that wasn't gonna happen either. He said, blunts wrong. Sometimes he's Roxy. But, but when you, you let nobody was like, literally nobody was saying that Anthony Davis wasn't gonna be traded Lakers. Everyone said Anthony Davis, basically traded they weren't offering enough stuff. Right. And then they ended up offering enough stuff. They offered more stuff. Sure it done. But now for certain things they needed to. Now he is saying that they are not getting coiling. You know why because he bottom all because because I'm not saying you wanna say. That's what you know, just hate on the lately, not. I will. I don't think that anybody hates the Lakers. I don't think Joe buck as the dodgers in the same way, I think he does. Again. No, I don't. But I don't think any announcer hates anybody. So, but I think that he's saying in an absolute they're not getting quite he they're not getting behind if it happens to call him out, if it worked true, you. Well, we don't know if it's say it's not July. At what do you say it definitively? If you that if you sure have ru, and if it happens, I know that you can't wait. You're not there. Pinkas next. Have. Acres. Cutler. So wait a minute. You're saying Eric Pinkus has pro. I don't think it's possibly is not pro Lakers. He saying it's possible to get to the money deal. Explain it calculators pro not speak for Eric Pinkus. Okay. Okay. Pro liquors calculator. I think you have a re- coming up. Next. Don't answer Pinkus, succulent is gonna join us with basketball math. There's nothing go ahead and get out your notepads kids. Because it's complicated triangles, call the at least. At least I saw a sausage used to have the pro tractors after protract yet.

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MTV Families of the Mafia part 1

"Hey I'm Leah and I'm Ali and we're sisters who watched trash. Tv together in this is bill says Sir. Hey everyone welcome back to you spill at sister. Podcast you're here with alley and Leah while come back to our new show. I'm so excited. We're covering a whole new style of show for US yes. Mtv has released a six part Docu series families of the Mafia and we are pumped to be covering this at hat stars Karen Grovonni who's executive producer that you may know from mob wives. Yeah and it's just an interesting take on. All of these people are trying to get out of their ties to the Mafia and how the family dynamics play into everything. And how does this affect the children and all of that and we already have some very interesting characters. Episode ones Excited to cover it. Yeah I love the whole family aspect. I love how everybody is sticking together. It's just I mean I kinda WanNa say it's a breath of fresh air but it's not Yeah but it is a breath of fresh air to see something different to cover something different out of our wheelhouse. Yeah definitely and just. The Mafia has always been interest to me. I used to watch Victoria to have a show a reality show years and years ago with her sons and I loved watching. I thought she was so Lake Buji but it wasn't even a word back then. She does facet me because everybody was scared of her. And she had these boys that were bigger than her and shows just whip them into place and the woman can walk anywhere and she was fear just because of who her father was right and you definitely see some of that happened already on this show as well and I like that. They kind of said in the beginning that it's over two years time span so we're getting sick episodes of this show but it's going to cover two years of these people's lives so I'm like whereabouts. Have some jam packed episodes yet? Karen was on her instagram. The day that it came out and she did like a takeover for MTV and said you know. I want to thank the family so much. Like they put their heart and soul into all of this. We're really just trying to bring back the curtain so you can see what we go through and our trying to get away from it and this is not an easy process for them and I mean I can't imagine like no matter who you are as a family to put all your dirty laundry out there let alone part of the Mafia where privacy is key Yeah this is. It's going to be interesting to see how they balance the like Were you know some people just say quote unquote ally others? Just come right out with it and other people are way more secretive. So it's GonNa be interesting to see how everyone deals with it We have four different families right so we have the KHURANA family. The Oh tools. The Augustine family and the Laura Diaz. Yes so we kind of broke out family by family and towel discuss what happened and break it all down the first episode. Hang in with us as we get. Everyone's name down and everything like that. There's a lot of different characters at play but we're going to try to keep it all straight for you guys. Yeah I did watch. I don't think you did either did not know on. Vh One it previously. When ever I was talking about covering I said Bravo and it was actually on. Vh One. I don't know why I thought was on Bravo but I never really watched it so if you guys did and there was any fun tips or tidbits that we need to send them our way because now I want to go back and watch all of mob wives. I know saying I'm like we need the back story. Yeah all right. So let's start off with the Granados. And we of course get introduced to the Queen. Bee Karen Gra von. Oh yes her. Data's Sammy the Bull Marino. And this is kind of how the Docu series is started is because he is getting out of prison and he's been there for eighteen years. Yeah so she says that she was nineteen when he went into prison. And so this is really like the first time she seeing him outside of prison in her life which is just crazy. Yeah I mean she has a daughter who's what like eighteen. Yeah teenage daughter and their dynamic is so cute her incurring a which. I just love that like her. Name's Karen Shamed her daughter. Carina love that and they are. They seem like they're super close and very tight knit doesn't we? Don't see any love interest for Karen at this time. So I think it's just those two ladies out there on their own and They moved from Arizona to New York. Yeah whenever on yeah. Korea was fourteen so just to kind of get away from it all but she did really because that's where the root of it all is in Staten Island. And I know it now I did see mob wives ended in twenty sixteen. Oh she have moved back to start filming. Bob Lives okay. So that must have been kind of the catalyst because it's like I guess it really wasn't to get away from it all 'cause you would go to like. I don't know Ohio or something. If we were trying to get away from it maybe like Utah. I YOU UTAH. Have the Mafia the probably not but she did say I was watching some energies with her that her dad was pissed when she did mob wives. He's better about it now because he's like why would prefer you to do this. Then be involved in a different way. that he just didn't like it he's like this isn't what the Mafia is about. It's all about secrecy and nobody was getting into fights and public. Yeah I think this this way he has. Sammy has a hand in it and so he can kinda help guide her on how it should be except yeah and tell the story that he wants to tell. Yeah so I thought it was very at would never they introduced the restaurant aspect of it all? I was like what are a what restaurant. What are they saying? They're saying a mob restaurant. Yes so it's like to serve Mafia. No just themed mob themed okay. What does this mean like like they all know about it and they all have your? It's the theme of okay. Maybe well I don't know probably not I can imagine there's some people that don't walk into that restaurant because they probably think her dad was snitch. Bray it's mob themed and like the name of it is based off like the Mafia's code. Yeah and we get introduced to her friend slash. She calls her cousin Ramona. Rizzo and she was so cute. She had her necklace that had like her initials on it. Like just super stylish. Sassy I just loved it all. She was listing off. All those desserts cares like do we really have all. She needed her to know about every single dessert. I Like I want to go there. Now I want to eat there A quarantines over we gotTA TRIP. I'm down and then she goes carrying goes to dinner with her friend. Lisa and with Aunt Trish who we will talk a little bit more about once we get to. That family yacht crossover. It's almost like houswives style. Where different main characters interact with each other? Which I just love to see. And that's what is so crazy with this. Is that there they go on. Say like they're all connected whether they really knew growing up or not like somehow you knew about everybody in Staten Island. Because if your family was an any type of mafia you were just immediately connected. Yeah that's so true. It's yeah it's like a big small world kind of thing and mean not that big but then this is a little off topic so just bear with me guys that I had this thought thought you know that Nicole from the challenge is from Staten Island. Oh that makes sense with her accent right but like does that mean she ties to me. I don't know like I questioned now. I don't know either need to do some research. Let us know if that's come out. I just yeah like whatever. I was watching this. That little light bulb went off my head and I was like Maybe that's why maybe this is all making more sense now to me about Nicole and her loose ask ponytail. She ain't got to worry about her ponytail came. Can Yeah you guys know. That's good so basically. This is all leading up to you. Karen and Carina are going to Arizona to go see Sammy. Yes and they're telling all their friends chatting with everyone about it. We get to meet Paulie. Who's the boyfriend a Yaw? I'm just GONNA like I'm not gonna be able to help myself whole recovering the show to like do my. Staten Island accent. It's going to happen and I think that I love about the show is that I love the way they talk because it's yeah from us because different where in the south and we say y'all to where they say us. Yeah everything is used and it made me give all which I'm sure vice. I that they would be like. What are you saying? Y'All you sound dumb. So yeah we meet Paulie and he's Q. And Seem Sweetie and he's saying by his little girlfriend you know I don't know they just. They seem like they're all pretty tight and I don't know it seems like a good family dynamic. Yeah it does. So then they get to Arizona and we need we meet Nick. Who IS KAREN NEPHEW? WE ME DEB and she's Og yes she is who don't play around. I mean you can just see it in her eyes that grandma that like you don't cross her but also like you love her so much yeah. I would be more scared of her than I would. Sammy one hundred percent behind. Every good man is a strong woman and you know whatever that quotas. She's seen some shit because it same as the bull pled guilty to nineteen murders crazy. The only thing I have to say about that is. How many do people not know about? Yeah the you know who knows about them. Deb PROBABLY DEAF. Deputy everything and that. That's so true in data's trying to get her girls back to Arizona with her which character you don't want to live in that nice ass house. I do and I want to hang out with deb and know all of her secrets. I just WANNA eat her food. Her food is so good on her food. Want her to teach me how to cook. Like give me all of her wisdom. Yeah Oh man. I bet nobody messes with them. Like I know you shouldn't glorify the mafia but it's like you know. Don't mess with you know absolutely not. There's a confidence that they all have. You know it's like no. I'm good so then they go and visit Sami. He's in this beautiful like during normal out in the middle of Arizona. Who knows where I know? They looked like it was in the middle of the desert. Where yeah I think. That's on purpose all. I'm sure you probably have to have the coordinates to get their type of that shit into Google maps absolutely not. So it's like this big lead up. He's like smoking a cigar out honest out on his patio. Like we get these zoom like all these wide shots like it was just such a built up of coming in meeting him and little carina put on her little tiny dress that I'm sure she dresses like that all the time. It does not think about it but I feel like she was nervous coming in because she's got like pulling down her dress noticed and she was like very fidgeting. I feel like in that moment. It was like. Oh Shit why did I wear this? I mean how's your grandfather? I wasn't afford that address my grandfather either but I feel like especially like in Staten Island and like just in the northeast in that culture like that Italian culture. Yeah like that is probably more normal like Jersey. Shore all of that. They all dress like that all the time. And then you're like Oh shit meeting Mike. Graham father and this is kind of awkward. Yeah I agree so then we get a little bit more background about why Sammy is was in jail. What happened and he starts to kind of talk about like his side of the story of what happened with him and John Gawdy. Yes in Korea GOTTI's father who was talking about earlier. Yeah yeah so I mean. It's pretty messed up. Yeah I mean it was all like will you're gonNA take the fall and so I'm going to sell you how it's basically like who can get in trouble. I Yeah I just wonder because it Tori I know she made a few appearances. A mob mob lives even though I didn't watch it. I just wonder like an awkwardness between her and Karen Allen. Our DADS KINDA had beef towards the end. So now you're paying. Do they know each other like come on? They were both well like they know each other but like they like are they friends. Yeah I don't know I don't I need to look into it but I just imagined that or is it. Is there an understanding of today from Each Other? That's the men's world and we're just not going to. Yeah because like how is Sammy GonNa feel about it if she was hanging out with her? You know story. I don't know I look into it some more. So and then Sammy makes this like statement to them of basically like there's there's GonNa be trouble or like there can be trouble for you guys in New York and just like. Give me a call if you need me. Basically and I was like Whoa. You can't go back to New York. Sammy what are you GONNA do? I mean I think he has people. You're just gonNA make some calls. I don't doubt that at all but yeah it was just like you clearly haven't been out of the loop entirely even though no reason for You know of these years. I thought it was insane. Though that he just can't go back to the whole state of New York. You can't go to ever. Yo that is wild. So Yeah. That's it on the GRA. Vino Grab Girvan. Oh sorry family And then we get to meet the tools. Yes I really like Jack Player. Yeah I really. She is like a tough cookie and she's not put up with any shit and she calls people Ou- and she's got quite the handful the deal with with her ex husband whose billy O'Toole tool who has been heavily involved in the Mafia for years and years or had been or was or whatever. Billy's Dad was part of Irish Mafia. Yes a little bit different than what cared was involved in They have twins yet Taylor Joey and they're twins like get in trouble as well. Yeah so apparently Taylor spent some time in rikers. They mention Joey when they have dinner later in the episode has like a Black Guy. I mean just casual. Nobody yeah so you can see her. Just trying to deal with all of this shit. Everyone's just going crazy and she's trying to hold everything together. Yes she's a strong woman. I don't know how she has managed to not lose her mind meeting married to billy they get a divorce. She's still trying to maintain a civil conversation with him to dinner. Like come to my house. Sit with our kids. Let's all try to make amends because you need to be in their family their life like we're all wondering. Lambley and bill is like yeah. Okay okay total. Yeah and then what happens? Billy does it show up. He just straight up doesn't show up and then what was even crazier was that whenever she confronts him about not showing up to the dinner. What's his reason? Oh I went out on Friday and didn't come back till Sunday. I'm sorry what where were you? What were you doing whose house re saying it would. How do you stay out for that? I was just so confused by that statement and she just breeze right past. It and didn't even like ask any questions I think because she's probably heard all of these excuses. She probably had a list that she could pick from was going to say to her and she's like I'm just done on this. You know like he says in one of his interviews. I believe that I'm a product of wearing environment and yeah. My father was a product of his environment. But I never imagined this from kids. Are you kidding me? You think that cycle was gonNA continue. Even shocked just tried so hard. You know. It's just it's still there. You're putting it in front of these kids or they think that their dad is untouchable. And I'm sure you know like outsiders this way of Oh my gosh they have all this confidence and nobody messes with them. Hiding those kids feel like I can do whatever I want. Nobody's going to touch me exactly. Yeah and then you know we see Joey or Joseph whatever I keep calling him. Joey like where? Bff's but to call him. Joey Joey my friend Joey goes to dinner with billy. And it's funny. Because Billy is trying to ask about Taylor and how Taylor is just like not interested in having a relationship with him and he's like well you know she just sees me as like the disciplinarian seem that way next sentence. He's like laying into Joey about like you. Keep doing this and you need to be better needed to. I'm like okay. Do you WANNA be disciplinarian or not. It was just like back worth a little bit. You know and it just Jenner. You could see it in. Joey's is of. I'm not buying anything you're say and I wanna be just like you because I I think when you go to jail you go to prison in the mafia it almost gives you more clout like look what I did for this organization. I went in and served my time to protect all of you. Yeah so he's probably thinking like I'm just trying to earn my stripes. Billy's not being the best example of like. Hey Look No. It really did. Screw me over. Don't do it yeah. He's like nothing positive ever came out of anything I did like. I was stabbed fourteen times. I'm like WHOA. Whoa oh that was insane house. He'll love I don't know I don't know what the back story is behind that. But he's really trying. I mean he's really really trying to plead with him to like not take the same path that he did. Yeah I think he's just GonNa have to be more consistent. Show up more. We get a preview of Taylor kind of going off on her dad. So I'm sure there's more to come there like what you say to him. I mean I don't know that I would want her to tell me how she felt about me if I was him like she's she's Jerry intense for sure. She got her toughness from her. Momma did are moving onto the lot. Occas Laroque. `As. I don't know if I'm saying that right so guys I like. That's right and we meet Gina. Gina personality she is. She is just so bubbly. You can tell her. Energy just takes up a whole room when she walks in. I love it a lot handle. She's like I'm an outside mom. I'm like the hot Mama. Supermom like she just describes all of these different types of mom that she is. I like Hark wow and then cut to her China's for here with surgery I will bust you in the positive mom park mom and she does get sprayed in the head with all up in her hair. I'm like you can't tell a kid that. Because that's the first thing they're gonNA do and she has two young ones And then we meet C. P. Who has her firstborn? Yes he comes up and we get a little bit of background. Abou- him and what he's been going through with his legal struggles and kind of just his childhood so he just got through with a trial where he almost was sentenced to jail for twenty five years or you so shocked when he when he started talking about this. He's like Oh you know just wrapped up my case. It was no big deal very yeah talking about it and then drops a bomb of A. What all his charges work. It was a lie in my mouth. Dropped attempted murder. Oh my God I mean. Maybe he's acting that way because he's passed it like because it's behind him like we had talked to him about it before it probably would have been a different sentiment Or He's just very like it is what it is about so basically he was at a House party with a lot of other guys. There was a lot of teenagers there and somebody ended up with. Somebody ended up being stabbed and his friends. Were around. Where the ones who? I don't know like got the charges for it. But we don't really know anything else he'd he'd ever says like what how the Guy Got Stabbed. Who stabbed him? What's the real story? We didn't get that. Yeah it was just. I was my mouth dropped. Yeah I was shocked because he he comes across young too and so you don't think about someone that young being possibly sense to that long of a prison sentence like you would have literally missed like most of his adulthood like he'd be almost retirement age when he got out. Yeah they show us about like a little bit of backstory with his lawyer at his lawyer. Basically says the only reason you got this is because you were underage at the time. Yeah that's crazy. What he was seventeen. When the thing so yeah. It's like one year if even that you know like literally months days saved your life. That's crazy I just hope he realizes that like and take that to heart so we kind of learn that he you know. It's obvious that he doesn't live there with his mom. So Gina was also in prison young and she says that she sold drugs to people who were allegedly in the mafia allegedly and she uses air quotes when she says allegedly shop for what it is worth. I'm definitely not playing a drinking game every time they say allegedly in the show because I would be wasted. I want you now. But that must be the loophole. You're like okay there. You can talk about everything in your case as long as you say allegedly or you don't really confirm things that you haven't been convicted of yet. Bright that makes sense. Yeah we're not so. We find out that when she went to prison. Obviously she was not able to care for her child while she was in prison so she would child was given over to his father and the father was not able to take care of him either because he was also in his own legal battles and struggles and so. Cps ended up living with an aunt and uncle young ankle anthony. Yes he's been living with them for most of his childhood so interesting dynamic to say the least yeah and the we get to meet them and they seem like they really care about him love him. Oh Yeah Krish does not want him to leave because genus has like you to get all sat and island following you and then Trish Light. It doesn't matter where he goes. It's going to follow him right. It's like if he doesn't change his mindset. Then I mean it's not gonNA change like it's not gonna be a better just because he moved somewhere right which I mean. I don't know I see both sides of that story. Yeah and I mean I think that's true though like your mindset. Whether it's about this topic or anything else you have to change your mindset and moving to physical new location isn't GonNa do what you think will do right so talking about rikers. So at this point I had to look it up. Yeah and so for our listeners. Who Do not know at rikers is requires is a prison. It's rikers island. And this is where the worst of the worst go to park. Was there the guy who excuse me shot? John Lennon was there and I read like a quick article on BBC in the Guy who interviewed. Were saying you never truly leave rikers. Because it's always in you and he's like the first few days he was there. He saw multiple teenagers hang themselves. Oh my gosh. It's just a very disturbing place to be. They're trying to close it to. It's supposed to be close by twenty twenty six and then they're going to rebuild like four different presence on the island. That's crazy I. Yeah so Gina says that she spent I think she said three years at rikers. Now I think it was like nine months rikers but I think her sentence was I think she spent three years total in jail. Okay yeah so I mean it sounds like just one week. There would be life changing. So that's crazy. Yeah so I mean basically aunt Trish Gina are obviously on different sides of where? Cpi should be what he should be doing. Should he be saying that now island should he move in with his mom and he's kind of torn to like when you when he asked his opinion on it he's like? I don't know like I'm considering it you know I don't know I WANNA say in. Staten Island yeah nutritious. Like I'm GonNa go talk to Gina. I was geared conversation. I was this episode one. Where are we getting into? What is going to happen in this discussion? Oh my gosh and then it was just so it was pretty simple. I mean like woman to woman. They seem really respect each other and respect each other's opinions and they both know that they're coming from a place of loving and caring about EP. And so that was really. You know to see that. It wasn't some like yelling screaming ridiculous. They were just like having an adult conversation about right. Yeah I agree. I was really pleasantly surprised by that. Yeah I mean. I wouldn't say really reached any kind of conclusion. I think they both ended are still on their own sides of it but it was. I mean it was a good discussion at least so that it's not like the running around talking shit about each other behind their backs like they're going to have full discussion about it and it looks like the previews that Christian Christian senior CPA's Dad Or released and then C. P. wants to live with him. Oh Interesting so oh baby. Neither of the Women Win. That's not good for either of that. We're going to fight over me like I'll just go live somewhere else. Right was Kinda thinking too. 'cause he's like what twenty nine he could probably get his own place he 'cause that's crazy. Well he may just have a well depending on his case. I don't know if he could get a job away at the job. He would be able to get based off his charges. That's true so that just depends and it also showed us in the preview for like the whole season That gene is trying to get her case expunged. Yes I saw that too. I mean it sounded like the initial reaction of the lawyer was like yeah right but I don't want to get your hopes up made me. I'll take your money if we can see what happens. Yeah exactly Yeah so that was the episode. I mean we went through it pretty quickly it was more of an introductory episodes. So we'll kind of see. As the show progresses what storylines come about. We obviously don't own any spoilers or anything which is fine and will just kind of get to see how it all plays out and we follow them on social media. Now so we'll keep you updated with anything crazy on their You'll start to see some articles from us on spill sister. Podcast DOT COM. Our next article will kind of do a breakdown of the caste and let you know like what their social media is a little bit more about them all that good stuff. Yeah I want to look up to see if any of them are in jail. But I don't like I don't want to know you. I just WANNA watch the donkey. Yeah we can't get to end up with our research because we just want to let it play out as well because I mean it was two years ago. It's like we're watching. Love is blind again. I twenty eighteen right so crazy. All right guys. We'll thanks for listening and make sure you catch our challenge. Podcast if you aren't already a listener of the Challenger or Orlov is blind. If you watch low after lockup we cover all kinds of shows and especially during quarantine. What better thing is there to do than listen to podcasts yet and I did see some crazy love after a walkup news so I don't know if you've talked about that really quickly. Yeah let's do a quick reality check segment. This is where time to time. We have other cool updates that we wanna do about various reality shows and we're not currently covering them. We will discuss it here. So what is going on? What's The t cysts? Well Tracy is back in the casinos. Great I know I know I can just like feel the arrest coming. I can feel it coming. Oh yeah she would live the other night that saw part of that she is now selling. Avon and I mean she doesn't some skincare so cute no sir. I don't know if she was supposed to say this is what she said that her client are not together anymore which is kind of obvious but they will not be back for life after lockup and neither will any of the previous cast. Ooh Can we get a round of applause for that we? We're ready for a fresh cast. I mean nothing against like we had our fun times with the previous cast but like so so exciting to meet New People. Yeah so I guess. Whoever will be on love after lockup this season will carry over to life after lockup she was like they were just like sick. Ac- and as so we won't be back and either it'll be all new cast all faces. I was like okay. I'll use not salty at all. I don't know if you were supposed to tell us that. And a self published a book on Amazon And so I I did read on Reddit. Download it for free on the kindle if you have nothing else to do during this time. I'M NOT THAT BOARD. No either to apparently. It's a trilogy okay. I'm sorry I know I feel like people need to know that going into it because I read it and thought this was it anyway. Dammit after the other two books Roy. Yeah that's information in the trilogy and apparently it's not horrible okay. People were like it was actually a pretty easy like decent read. I mean and I don't think like I'm not saying like I think she would be a bad writer. Thinks she's a smart girl I just am not interested in like frying more about all the things that we've talked about with her for years on this show. I think we've seen enough of their story and like I'm ready for them to move on and I'm ready to move on. Yeah I know. Say Toady Selig sexy though is lacey so you can kind of choose who you want to buy some see from what is all get in on the? Avon sense like they get in on all of it. So Kenny Avon was still around. I did I mean new out of it but I figured in like the older demographic of ladies was using it. I don't know the last thing I don't think about a shirt other people did how is Marcelino making money right now because all of Asia shutdown? Ooh I bet he I mean he has to be filing for unemployment. That's a good point though that we can file for unemployment. Yeah if you player I think so. I'm sure he has to file W. twos regardless. I really really hope to okay. Well supposed to and what you actually do are two different things like you know they have to because if he goes to a casino then yes they give it to you but he's going and playing house parties. You could get cash so this is a perfect segue into Mali. Game the movie. Uh Oh my Gosh Okay. You need to watch it and all of our listeners. Amazon you homework. It is such a good movie. It's about this. She was an Olympic ice. Herb sorry is get an Olympic skier and she hurt herself and ended up running the biggest like most successful high dollar poker tables or whatever like in the whole world like all on her own in. Its all a true story and the whole time watching I was just thinking of Marcellina and I'm like Oh my God like I just cannot picture him in this setting so anyways you just have to watch. It's very interesting. He's like a bad ass. Tam Okay I'm GonNa Watch it. Yup but that is that's so true. How's he making money? I mean it wasn't making any before appear as though I guess it's just more of the same. I wonder if he got a job at a grocery store so that he could money for the family. I also one quick thing on Tracey's live. She also said that her in Clint are not married anymore. Or sorry are married still like you said they're not together but they are married still and that he's like off with someone else and she seemed very much like she was still into him and like she missed him and wanted to be with him. I don't know if that was just like a show or if that was true. Well ladies if you haven't thank clint rush to your phone right now and go to twitter because you can have the honor of seeing him shirt. Oh No oh yes. Oh yes I accidentally saw this. I'm deleting that I couldn't take him worry because people have posted to instagram. That's how I saw it. I'm throwing my phone away. I mean burning the phone. He was like sweaty. It was just oh it just reminded me of like Sweaty Tortilla and I saw. It was bad man. Okay well On that note. Do we have any other reality? Tv GOSSIP. Nope that's it. All right fun stuff. Thanks for listening guys and we will catch a next week by guys.

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Ep 47: So I've Got My Ex-Best Friend's Grandpa's Ashes...

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Ep 47: So I've Got My Ex-Best Friend's Grandpa's Ashes...

"I personally. And advice podcasts brother rebe, rather? That read statement, not meant literally up seven, hyper hyperbole. Hello, everybody and welcome to hyperbole podcast. This is a podcast filled to the brim. It's a souffle of advice. Jizzle on top with a chocolate jizzle of comedy. My name is Stephan. And I am your co host. My name's Anthony. I am also go host. And you're wondering, where's Chris unless you listening for the first time, then you're thinking who the fuck is Chris. Well. Chris's usually the other host. But he's not here right now because he wise here Anthony last I heard he was often the en- darkest Peru looking for treasure. Okay. Chris in Peru. Looking for treasure. So he will not be joining us today. Dr darcus. Wait. What darkest Peru? Yeah. Yeah. Is there a light and dark Peru? There are. Anyway, it doesn't matter seven to get the reference sources going. No, we're staying right there. What is what do you talk? It's from Bennington bear. That's. I'm so sorry. I didn't realize that. Comes from darkens, Peru. Explorer goes there and finds him and something I don't really know how it goes something like that. I saw the movie I didn't really read the books is Paddington bear avenger because that sounds like a. Origin story that sounds like a superhero movie in didn't make the cut in Infinity war. Can you imagine? If he did though. No. I mean, he was in the movie he just he just died at the end he said. Remember, I don't I don't just like a bear was in the end credits with Samuel Jackson where he's trying to push the button for captain marvel and then he pushes another button for Paddington bear. But Paddington bear schist of roading into. Sold sold us. We did that happen. Yeah. Wait about paddock did bear about captain marvel. No, I saw Paddington bear. Okay. Yeah. About captain marvel. Yes. That is affirmed, okay. Anyway. So yeah, man, I got back from Brazil Brazil is a good time. And everyone's saying we don't care. So I'll move on from that subject boring. Do you have the meat shits? I do not. I do not flushed all those out. Did you get to meet sweats? I did get the meat sweats. They gave me a bounty of delicious cuts from all all parts of the beef. What about the lips beliefs not lip? Sorry that sheiks. Yeah. I got this beautifully. Braised beef cheeks. So good. She keeps her all right decadent y'all gonna stop saying beef cheeks. I know I feel like we lose a fan every time. A kitten dies and we lose a fan. Everytime. Chicks. Let's let's stop saying that. Do you want to dive in here? Yeah. Yeah. Stein into the leaf sheiks. Okay. Before we do really quick. We just wanna read a review one of our research reviews, and it's titled it's good folks with five stars and it's from its chill. Boy, Kyle believe me, this is the podcast you've been waiting for these three brothers. Have the hilarious advice that just might save us all one day, or at least brighten up and otherwise soul crushing day at work. You will not be disappointed. Trust me give these guys. Listen. Something. We're glad to service. Yes. That's what we're here for. We are what does that Latin word for mission statement are Carver sutra is that. Magna Carta is Vagner Carta Magna Carta Iraq Carta is we are saving your soul from your soul crushing job. So if you hate your job listen to us while not working at it. And we will help lift you up. So thank you. It's chip boycott or it should Boyko issue issue. Boy, cow Yvonne cow. Book. Cal it. Yes. It is. All right. Men should produce something on that. I'm gonna call myself beat cheeks. Oh. That's. Discuss that. That's actually a really good clever name. So if anybody wants it from me. Feel free to take you can. Yeah. Lil beat cheeks anyway, but we wanted to read reviews if you guys do feel so inclined to leave us a tasty review. That's just as delicious and decadent as braised beef cheeks, please leave it a review on itunes, leave a review on Stitcher. Just just leave it just push it out and leave it, and we'll be there to clean up the mess. So thank you. The shakes. Chris anyway, so yeah. And feel free to subscribe till friend. If you have a question that you'd like to ask the brothers, go to hyperbole podcast dot com and fill out the form and don't be afraid to follow us on Twitter at hyperbole pod dopey afraid ally. You're you're like, why should I be afraid you should be afraid? I mean, there are reasons to be but you shouldn't yet. Don't don't. Just like just blindly moved past. It's what we're trying to tell you don't worry about it. Five. Okay. And so even though I think we've filled our quota for saying beef on this podcast episode. I think it's about time to get into the. The beef. And this is the media part of the podcast where we take those questions from the helpless people across the internet, and our lovely fans. We're not helpless at all. And we answer them for you. And we give you that. Sweet and tasty advice. Yeah, we take your beef cheeks and brazely fill them up in we Braise. Your beef cheeks with seat? We take some say JR. And we brains with them. It's a beautiful concoction. Really? We'll give you the recipe after in the show notes. But okay. All right. Anthony, why don't you read our first question from a fan? Sure. Our first question is food. Worcester's air horns, that's the real air horns people let's do a different one. Let's do a call out where it's maybe like a beef cheek Braise like. That that by the way that sound didn't come from my mouth. Move on. All right. This question for this from Samantha she asks high brothers. I want to reach out because I have trouble with long ones at parties when I speak with someone that just need. I'm not sure if I'm boring them when they leave sometimes I feel like they're escaping. I do the same thing. Sometimes. The right amount of time to speak with someone new at a party before moving on. And how do you make the slip without offending anyone? That's a great question kit. Can I just say something at the I think that if we've learned nothing or gotten nothing from this podcast? Besides the if we got no new fans, we had no followers. I think the one beautiful precious Pearl that we've collected from our time here is your able to read three to four sentences without getting caught up on any of the states. Hey, well, this was a fan question. All right. So this person had very good grammar. Okay. Least comparatively to the people that we find them in. And I want to thank all of our fans for usually proper punctuation at least at least for the most part. Like if there's a few mistakes, I'll read it. I'll be fine. But if it's just like what the fuck is this person riding, I'm going to get caught up on it. Yeah. And I will also have to echo Anthony's. Because we would spend thirty minutes just on the grammar errors. And it's bad because I can barely speak English. I'm catching your grammar stakes. You've been gone off the rails you need. All right anyway. Anyway, sorry, go. All right. How long? Let's see. So the crooks of it is. What is the right amount of time speak with someone new party before moving on and. I really think. That that depends on if you find that person interesting. Because I don't think you should set a time to like I'm going to speak to this person, two minutes, thirty seconds. And then you come up on this conversation have strict limit. And so, you know, you're talking back and forth. And then that minute Marquette's just you just turn around. Mock someone else might look like a cycle of. That's actually what I was about to suggest. I would say just stopping mid-sentence and turning around and leaving. But but but just so they know have a visible timer. So that they can see. Like a game show your. Times ticket. I was thinking. How you wanna talk anyway. Sorry. So I think you're right. I think that it depends on every case is different. So the, and that's that's what makes it so hard. So I think the answer is we don't know. Now. I'm kidding. I think the answer is you gotta look for. I would give maybe I would give a healthy ten seconds in between the first or second subject that you guys talk about. So it's the first one might always be awkward. You know? Maybe you guys are getting a drink together or something there's a a bottle of wine and they're pouring their Cup. You're pouring yours. And then they're like, oh, man. I wish I had Rosa. And then they say something really dumb. You have to laugh. Yeah. You laugh, exactly. Like that. Do you think that we should have some sort of laugh that people can distinguish that's like, I'm laughing forcibly? But I still want to engage in coversation because I feel. Like, I know what you're saying. Like you like. Because because you don't know what to say. But you still want to talk to the person. Exactly. Yeah. Because what they're saying isn't funny at all. But you you don't wanna laugh at it and be disingenuous. I think I'm going to do that from now on if somebody tells a joke, it's not funny. I'm just gonna go. Keep going tell me tell me more. You're more. Oh, your daughter's in eighth grade. Telling idiot her daughter, I guess either. Oh you daughters. Still at eighth grade. Wow. Slow right. Real dumb stupid. Whatever daughters like twenty three then, you know, context, then I would say it's completely appropriate to call somebody that you just met at a party daughter. Somehow now is twenty three. Yeah. You got that far in the coversation whether divulging their deepest secrets where all maybe it's on deep secret. But. Deepest secrets on the surface level. I mean, you got. One of those my twenty three year old eighth graders stickers smarter than you on. A bumper sticker on their vest. That's what they just on their fucking for people who stickers or so like forward there that information. Maybe they put it on their rump. Or maybe it's rumpored stick. Hooper too. Anyway. Anyway, let's get back to this. So you you talk about the first thing what whatever it is in front of you. And you get past that then you talk about some other subjects say. You talk about the weather. Maybe dumb like that. Then you saying, hey, what's your name where you from LA? If it's going if it's starting to become interesting. I would say keep going with it. And then. What are some reasons that people would walk away? Is it just there's one reason? And it's because they're boring barring. Maybe there have to go to the bathroom or just. Only that might not be walking Oregon. That's true. But okay. Okay. Have you ever had it where somebody just leaves your conversation a one on one? And then they go to the person right next to you and start talking with them. God I have not had that are kid. Are you kidding me? That's so rude someone's done that or they've just gone. They just been talking to you. And they just like done, and then goes on people in my own family have done that. What we have our Christmas lunches or whatever what our cousins come over. I've had some aunts and uncles talking with me. And then just look the other way and jolts. Stephon on well-kept secret family. Am I the Twenty-three-year-old eighth grader of the family? I think I think I might generally I might genuinely be boring because this happens to me all the time. This is so sad. Really? That's so rude. But but I also get caught on boring. Fuck. I think I might be. Although, although I don't know when to cut it loose. I think maybe some people are there. They want to. Okay. Maybe I'm not boring, but I think I Haag people's attention too much. I think that. Wait what? Sorry. You said cutlass in size. Thank god. But but my struggle is. I don't know when to cut loose because I'm afraid of being. Okay. Books focused yet. I I don't know when to disengage so talk to people very turn. Like, it's. Six in the morning. I need to go home. If I'm not giving a clear out. I will I probably will just just to be courteous because I care about other's feelings. And I wanna make sure they don't feel like they got they got gypped of good conversation. Just talk them too into the grave. Yeah. I don't know if we answered anything, but. I don't think so either let's say let's boring and then go. Hit the, hey. Talk to someone else. So so give really obvious excuse. That's an excuse. That's not real. Yeah. Just look at your watch and say, the first thing that comes to mind. Oh my God. I after feed my dog and then walk five feet to the next person. You'll Larry what's up, dude? Not right this minute. You just realize you have to feed it strikes conversation smoke bomb. You just throw down some information. Like what you just walk away while they're processing. Except you should probably have a real smoke bomb to because they're not gonna see they're going to see exactly where you're going. Oh my God. My cars on fire, and what would turn around house. Yeah. Just one small tweak to our suggestion. Yeah. Let's let's just tweak. This suggestion with one small modification. Let's just take out the conversational smoke bomb and use a real smoke bomb. So that way you don't even have to make an excuse. They don't know where the smoke bomb came from or anything, and you're and you're gone. And then you're. Smoke on the party. Here somewhere else in the forty. Just get really good at being sneaky on throwing smoke bomb because you might have to you. That's the part where you might have to distract them because I don't know any of the technical details of smoke bomb or its detonation process. I think he just throw it on the ground, really hard. Okay. So you do have to exert force. You can't just casually drop it like a drink. No. I don't think. So. Okay. So you got to throw in kung FU movies? Okay. Okay. So if you're talking with them, they're obviously going to see you throwing smoke bomb at you. Swing your arm around and slam smoke on the ground. Okay. So you're gonna probably just distract them and say. Oh, oh my God. Does that the county crows? And then when they look over. There's no music playing like, I know them. Just here. The county girls can party too. And then poof, you're gone. No matter what you say because you're gonna throw a smoke bomb immediately afterwards. So as long as distracts them. That's all you need. Yeah. And then so I think that answers Samantha's question about the right amount of time to speak with someone new at a party before moving on. There is no set time. So just bring a smoke bomb. And the conversational smoke bomb not not necessary. That's those things. Okay. Necessary to we just we just drop a time. What's the right amount of time? Just to just to placate. Samantha fifteen seconds, three minutes. Fifteen seconds. You heard you carry a timer? Bam. You turn off eh conversation. Just say stop in the middle of whatever's happening just say the words stop and then leave don't even don't even say stop to slam your head. Sorry. Not your head slam your hand against the counter, and then just walk away. Gotcha. That would be nice conversation starter for the next person though. Hey, look at the blood of my head. Perfect. Okay. What do you say we go on to question two? I like that idea. Okay. So question two is what do I do with the hold on my cats Amos's in my face? Okay. Question. Two is what do I do at the jar of my ex best friend's Grandpa's ashes when my best friend's grandpa died a few years ago, her grandpa prepared a little Mason jars with a bit of his ashes and a picture of him to give out his party favors weird. I know I still have mine, but I'm no longer even friends with this person anymore it ended badly. I don't wanna throw it out. I would feel weird doing that. But returning it is not an option. It's not an option to give it to someone to give back. It's not an option to leave it on their doorstep. It's just not an option. What are my other options? Sincerely, a real pain in the ash. Okay. So you've you've wound up in sort of a series of weird weird situation. Here your grandpa or your best friend. Your ex best friend's grandpa kicked the bucket decided it would be a good idea to distribute himself amongst people. He's does and does not know. And he didn't. He just isn't friends with the person. Anymore? Right. Does he could have also given to other people did not know? But we don't know about that. Yeah. Well, he'd never says that he knows the grandpa. All right enough. Yeah. He doesn't know. Let's argue about this for another thirty minutes. What do you think? I'm kidding. I'm kidding. Okay. So that's that's unclear so he decided to still keep this grandpa ask in his house. Okay. Well, let's say he does know him or he did know him. If you knew him, maybe, you know, some of the things that grandpa liked to do. So I would say a great. Omar to gramps would be spreading his ashes over something that he was passionate about what are you? If he was like an avid swimmer. You can go to the local swimming pool and ashes in it or if he love of the Brooklyn Dodgers go to the next game. Get on the field start. Spreading those ashes all over the players, aren't were Brooklyn. Oh, that's. They live in multi now. Okay. Let's at that part and redo it. So if. If he loved the Diamondbacks just go to his game. He never going to be. That just put his ashes in the same pile of the ashes of the success of each of the players in the team is total because they're going where and take his ashes back chills and one because I was the only time they're ever gonna win World Series. Yeah. If if grandpa liked wiggling. Just put his ashes on a stick. You're going to say like plant in fertilize ashes doesn't like widowed. Retrieved the statue of or something. I mean, he. Ashes stick? I mean, if you think about it the law Grandpa's enough to care that much. Spread his actions. I mean by Thomas Edison's, lov wittling every stick will be whittled. Eventually, right. That. This is law would link that. Last time. I checked yesterday is finally a widow quiz. That's whittle widow with dick Yetlis little. The line stuff saying with allegedly hero. It's more fun than I thought it would be. Just a little bit. But it what else could he like he could like hopefully, he wasn't mean if it was dislike. I don't know shit on his ashes something throw the trash him. Why would he was mean? Why would you have is ashes well to you? Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Hold on. Because this is why have you ever gone to a funeral? And then people that knew that person are like, oh, yeah. Bob was a real dick. No, nobody says that. Thing fish out. They fish out. No matter how deep it is those little crystals of innocence and goodness and overall quality character that person possessed exceptionally funny movies. They'll be like, oh, he was all like like jokingly. Oh, yeah. Hey was a son of Obama narrow Bill Horne old the real asshole or whatever name is slept with my ex wife. Exactly. And. Can become rotter in the. Beliefs fours of. It really is really is. Were you saying, but they owe people don't call people Astles plant dead assholes known. Okay. Anthony what I'm saying? Is there are but nobody says it at a funeral. Atas funeral. He's on his computer asking what the the action. I know. I know, but but you're asking what is he doing with his address the earn out on his grandma? Oh, wait a second. Wait a second. I sorry. I misunderstood what you're saying. Because I thought you were asking why did they distribute Grandpa's ashes if he was an asshole? But you're asking what is he doing asking what to do at the ashes if he was an asshole? Why would he eat has leads that shouldn't Arbat be like? Well, but still he could fuck with you if he's on dead or some shit like that. I don't know he's ashes. Melody's you'll be zombie his ashes, but he might he might come back. He might be a Phoenix rise from the ashes that's not as work the birds. But have you ever heard of grandparent referred to as an old bird? You might you might pop. Earnest comeback is fuck in Phoenix, MC, fire pants or something light you on fire. And yeah, I think out of fear of being lit on fire by Phoenix grandpa. Should keep the ashes in a place of. Of of reverence reverence transit veterans. Veteran veneer. Real. V that it's like synonymous with it doesn't matter. This isn't dictionary time. You're not fucking Soroush learn well, plus I have no idea. I'm. I don't know snowed. Don't them out and revere them for the rest of your lives more. So that your other parents that or throw him somewhere that your grandpa that your best friends grandpa liked what oh your best friends grandpa, probably like, your ex best friend. Thrill. Do that do that trick where like you put a pail of water on partially opening? But ashes, and your friend will walk your ex best friend electorate, and then or Philip a water balloon but with ashes. A lot of ashes I haven't figured that out yet. But we'll get there. We'll drop some schematics. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Throw him at your best friend. Her ex best friend's face. We're where we being too disrespectful of the dead there that one. Dead. What are they going to fucking? Drina some countries. That's true. You've heard it from us, folks. Fuck the dead, but not like that. Lizard into that. But no, not even if you're into that restrain yourself rest-. Cheeses. God. Okay. Anyway. All right. Let's. Yeah. Fuck the dead. Final answer. Let's move onto our next segment of hashtag essentials. And this is where we dish up some essentials for one of the new upcoming things you're gonna wanna get it on. So our topic of essentials this week is for the trade war with China. What are you going to need for that trade war? What's essential? Is this like in preparation for a trade war? Or is this like now that we're in one? I mean now that we're what's the difference? What would the difference be? Because if it was like, we're going to have it onto tariffs on aluminum. I'd be like by shit little aluminum and sell at once the Tarrant start. Okay. Then that one that one. Okay. My she'll. Wants to go into effect. Only like. A couple of months late. But. Trying to. Yeah. That's great. What else should you do? What do you think? They're gonna tear if next Anthony. Are they gonna terrif-? I. I don't know if there's the care of tear up doesn't word. A lot of shed. I know aluminum was like one of the first ones. And so that's what I like went into my brain is like, oh that's expensive. But. Yeah. You don't want that? I would say is one in central is going to be YouTube. You're gonna have to DIY a lotta shit now because it's going to get really expensive. So I'd figure out probably how to make a phone because I think a lot of phones made in China. A lot of them are. So if you're trying to your new iphone? Be a lot more expensive. Yeah. Just search on YouTube how to make iphone X by hand. Unfortunately, I believe that those YouTube videos are filmed in China and are of Chinese children making those iphones. So those might be tariff pretty soon too. Pay your. On it is over saying. Yeah. Get it get it will the kittens kid. So you're gonna need to get some intellectual property. And some aluminum. I mean, could you just move to China if you if you wanna do avoid the tariffs, Anthony? Yes, you could. But then you have to also pay tariffs on American goods. Because now you. Oh shit. So what if you worked? What if you what if you went in between if you literally? Director you're going. You could move to like somewhere that is cool with both China and the us. I'm saying literally meet in the middle. Go wherever that spot is lat long in between the US and China where would that be Linda midway where is it? Midway is that what it's called midway. Okay. I feel like you just keep saying midway with other things. I don't know. I think it's called midway actual named island, and it's like halfway across halfway across the Pacific Ocean. And according to our sources, there are no Chinese or American tariffs, ours Lawrence as being Anthony probably documentary at some point. Yeah. So I'm sure there's no or. On this random, probably uninhabited islands. Probably all moat post offices, or any means actually your goods. You're good. Would be note there. Yeah. It is one option. We didn't say that our options would be perfect. But we also said there central's or things you need to have. So yes, they kind of do have to be perfect. I mean, aluminum and intellectual property. All right. Okay. Get aluminum intellectual property still actual count to plan. But can it be made of aluminum? You can. Plans and other pe- into aluminum sheets by so by sheets of aluminum. So that you can you can intellectual property in it. You can take. The results and data from years of research and exit into Lumina. Mm-hmm. For more. The principal Lumine going up beautiful. So you that's it. Folks, you need aluminum intellectual property right now before that trade war fired stuff. Flicking amazing idea. Well, that's what we're here for Anthony saving people from their soul. Crushing jobs. They need this central's. And we're giving them perfect. Anyway, let's move onto the last question. But before we do let's give a couple of shoutouts. So let's just run through this one real quick. We'd like to thank Greta summer. Tim, Jeff, chats, Amina and checkout hyperbole podcast for list of our super fans at hyperbole at hyperbole podcasts dot com. All one word. That's probably Mark dot com. Yeah. So other than that fans. Thank you so much. We love you so much. We'd like to give you all of our our thanks and gratitude, and if this is your first time trying our fans, please do not consulted doctor. If you experience rash. Some patients that have listened. I really podcast if experienced severe cases of diarrhea, and it some cases death. More diarrhea while dying and turning to ashes. Okay. Anyway, anyway, so please subscribe Tele friend listen to more of us. And if you have any suggestions, if you have any questions, or if you just want to give it some love come to our door. We'll give you our address and. Not that. If you love. Yes. In abstract. Awesome. Okay. Anthony was you like to read our final question loved to. I like wearing jackets shirtless reason, I'm posting here because I'm doing it. But I haven't really been able to do it for longer amounts of time. I live with parents. And I don't want them find out, but I like doing this and can't put a lock on my door because they'll get suspicious. Do it in the middle of the night either. Because they might hear me hear you what? Is there a way I can without being seen? I kinda like doing it as I said, and I don't know why I just wanna to do it more times without getting caught. Vice is always appreciated especially in me, keeping this secret from parents. Sincerely, applying another code. You like wearing jackets. Sure. And you're you're petrified. The your parents will find out. Yeah. I. Please go on it. I'm very curious what? I don't see why wearing jacket. Yes. Is. Maybe your parents. Of some religious beliefs or something and one of the cardinal tenants is out. Shall not wear jackets shirts. I and the mayor's tenant you'll be exiled from your community. So going on that assumption. We're gonna help you. Okay. That's kind of what I am too. I imagined a footloose like town a small town where they're groups of kids where where shirtless jacket wearing is prohibited. But there's a group of kill kinda does it. Behind the scenes on the outskirts of town, and they're just wearing their jacket. Yeah. Tell me say they reside in warehouses and. In their rooms quietly at night race tractors with their shirtless jacket shenanigans. Yep. I mean, I remember when I was a kid. I just you know. He restless in the middle of the night, and you know. Wake up go to closet. On my favorite jacket without a shirt. Akkad all night. Do you? Do you think? They'll god. Good. What good? What do you think? Do you think it's the pleasure that he gets that he's guilty that he feels guilty of where he just puts on that jacket, and that that inside of the jacket making that initial impact with his bare naked skin just fills him with gooey excitement. I shouldn't have said gooey, you should write novels. I. No. Oh, I think that you should check it. How you want when you want and you should never be ashamed of it. It's a jacket even in front of your parents you jacket in front of your parents should Jack in front of your teachers in front of your prese. Maybe not in front of your prese all at the same time. Get out. Get them all in a room together just jacket jacket. All you want naked on jacket off. But I would probably not jacket off, especially if you don't have shirt. That's true. So maybe jacket on. Long as you deca. Oh god. Go on. Commuted. So he wants he's asking us. He's saying how can I do this more times in secret without getting caught? Do you have like a? You live out in like a rural area or an city is if you live in like rural area, you could just go camping. And you'll be sure let's all the time with a decade. In fact, it's almost normal. Redneck attire. So I if you wanna do that, you can find your people. Yeah, I'm sure they have meet up groups and stuff. But but okay, just because. I feel like we have more important questions to discuss I'm going to skip through all the bullshit. And just go through my final answer here. I think you should confront your parents. And I think instead of getting caught and less that is that's a rousing you. If that's the main point the concentrated, arousal, focus is the fear of getting caught. Then I would just actually even if it is. I would just go to your parents because this is disgusting. So just go to your parents. And then say get them in the room and say mom, dad, I wanna tell you something and then have your jacket on and then slowly unbutton it and they're gonna look a little confused like maybe as our son gonna strip in front of us right now. But but just once you're final button is undone take both your hands on each side of the front, and then just wing it open. So you can just flash your bare-chested them and say, this is who I truly am mom and dad, and they may they may cry and say you're fucking dumb. That is. The silliest thing we thought you were going to come out as I don't know. Like, I thought you were going to kill us. Yeah. I thought you were gonna murder us. I thought this was something that was serious and worth talking out. But you like putting on jackets without a shirt get out. And then they'll disown you. And then you can wear jackets all the time because you're going to be hurt. Yeah. Then you go. So you'll be like a worry about him. He's crazy and wear another shirt. Yeah. No one's going to be like, yo. Hey guy guy, you need assured under that jacket. That won't happen ever. And that way, you can tell lose. I I really hope there isn't some sort of mental phobia or feely a- of putting on jackets where this guy has a real affliction and he's coming to us for help. And we're just like you. Picks the wrong place. Fair enough fair enough. Okay. These any kind. Exactly. So I think that's my advice. What about you at the that good? Awesome guys. Well, thank you so much and thank you for listening. We rub you and we'll talk to you next. Jacket RAV broad grab. Hyperbole.

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EP52 - Transforming World's Energy Market - My Interview With Anthony Vippond

The Fast Growth Podcast

48:18 min | 2 years ago

EP52 - Transforming World's Energy Market - My Interview With Anthony Vippond

"Hey guys welcome to the another episode of quantum growth podcast today's guest anthony upon who is the founder and c._e._o. Of a lotus energy which is a global energy transfer network backed by renewable assets e._v. charging an hannah crypto mining. I'm going to get him to explain what it means but welcome welcome to the podcast. Thanks jack grigsby on your podcast. Let's get started i think. Can you explain what means by the you know what you mean by the renewable assets e._v. Charging an crypto mining short shorts as a lowest energy was a culmination of many years of a number of us working in the real data and realizing a sitting up solo winter orange or anything residential commercially that we weren't getting looked off or the major energy the largest energy created annex giants two incidents assets and with a view to for the future of electric vehicle charts utilization batteries and allowing people to get better revenue better yields out of the solar assets resident could in transfer your energy to business alter to frame it'll during night to someone internationals while believe it or not utilize technology so people who are not aware of how that can happen just sit of explaining very simple terms. When you said transfer i can transfer my electric city or energy not overseas or somewhere else as well actually happened. <unk> oli electrical engineers electricity shins and suddenly quantum physicists will immediately dismissed. Perhaps what i just saved or actually doing his transferring. The development of any jack served okay at the moment. L. energy network is might a distributed generation primarily sola sitting around on numerous burning and some large solar farms farms and of course hallway guests and there's a big transition towards awards batteries what way enabling on the network is allowing people to i guess he jack that power into the network chop actress actress monetize that ferry and they convert that value of energy to another location in reality not actually <music> transferring the electrons the the actual electricity with transferring the value or the way the blockchain does make sense. How did did you get started on. This journey way. Did that bashing come from well. I started my working life. As a an electrical apprentice. The <unk> literally doing solar for twenty eight years young boy and i guess the journey into this fight says the blockchain technology already started some eight months ago where it was suggested to us to convert our existing business into blockchain related age of suggestion <unk> and we weren't old act embracing of the idea that we looked at the technology. We could see huge benefits. We could hand over to what we call community at callouts. We work in this is you started dotted eighteen months ago to what what happened before that. What were you doing before this sure we've we've property development businesses which a lot scowl renewable energy is necessary mainly doing folk sola in the commercial sector will owning not solar arrested and selling under power purchase agreement to the design of large so effectively just reducing the cost was a hypothetical pulled out pine thirty saints power and we saw showing them twenty cents doesn't cost anything there ya out of services says but you know we look at the whole block shine spice it the advantage of being able to that business together to transfer energy site to the hassle will neighbor will not unity building. We could see a huge benefit need <unk> <unk>. I think a lot of people here probably don't understand you know in impact wise the whole big. You'll project. Is you wanna give bit example. I noticed some you recently bought. <hes> you know a country victoria something happened. You'd be doing quite a lot of work in you a india other parts of the world as well. What's what's happening there as well it will literally in energy spice now electrical business with converted everything <unk> income cooperative. We actually might be publicly. Aren't we saying that how complex rates highlands just become major corporations that don't care about <unk> that reference service seats would doing the same thing all of those projects overseas in what you told me about in the solar farm spice i think you're referencing in country country victoria yet we've made going around acquired socks to to put solar fountains onto energy platform so that we can they underpin repeating the the network acquired thoughts up in new south wales as well winning under which we just thought appreciate twelve megawatts and another siding jarvis buy fifty megawatts that we're doing approaching. They were the local aboriginal community and in that phone off l. colbert searching responsibility <unk> giving back to who is actually funding all this tonight. We've done it internally only a small number of investors way. They've contributed money for the projects cetera. We got a lodge partners invested to develop some solid with this dinesh. <unk> has some fly over that sits across europe altered. What is sorry to interrupt. Just what is asset means sorry mark <unk> industry banak ula that yeah a soul winterbourne's eager to have done like it's a it's a huge it's a massive massive project to ya and now you work with a lot of international clients. He got a pretty much going on in most countries they what what's it of in back in your life when you were twenty year old <hes>. What sort of advice would you give to that twenty year old person or that twenty year old anthony yes off while there's lots of things that i would love to do differently jag the the the the benefit of hindsight looking back having great people around you is is definitely a the o._b. Sciences young <unk> twenties don't try and do everything self that that are still were huge amount of hours hours but having people around us without a doubt the best thing that you can do an equally in that sense <unk> tolerate. I bet people in negative people around you the bringing down the kick them away from particularly from business. They might be friends and family and they may well you. I guess compartmentalize those people and you keep them in your friends circle but done them affect your business being being in the business you have to stay focused and a network focused without a doubt is something cigarette is while. I'm trying to do too much dirt. Basically you know several from businesses running once or paintings ransom awesome you inevitably end up with one hundred percents of nothing yeah. This is what i see with a lot of people like <hes> they want to do a lot of stuff and that's that's why they probably have you know four or five six things going on at one point in time and none of them are successful and but they what they believe in that because i'm skilled enough i've got a skill set should not be going and working on the multiple businesses at the same time i think it's fine into have roadmap and had that strategy you're going to vertically integrate introduce <unk> business type the core order of business develop that really well and then create full of that roadmap that offer the sale to earthly introduced you income hamstrings to your business different channels of revenue and eight hundred that can also protect your business reliance on anyone else to you say <hes> now i can say you know people see you as the founder and c._e._o. Of this big company but that surely wasn't sort of started that way you had to go through your own challenges as well jonah talk about some of those challenges you had to go through in the boss to become the person you are today. What will i wanna go back. <unk> literally started mining businesses nineteen years of age and it's risk a generational thing on my style's fortunate enough to learn the electric drive by my grandfather was also it in the same tried sos was guessing why are inside but across the journey while <unk> so many life lessons so many things that i had to it goes through what three major ones you wanna share with people i k- i think a big challenge certainly from why sake the serve being the construction industry is generalization is is administration in piper. This probably not enough appreciation lifestyle the the importance of it and being up to date with all your compliance and documentation is the twenty first century most owes monumental task myself. A game issued coming back to good paper have repeal that can do those things for you. She doesn't have olson's assume sets the one list <unk> good friend guidance these signs on on passing on his his great knowledge is it's not a i guess it's not any any future not trust pickle should give everybody respects burr godless of university background or anything but a trust is something that's turn over long period of time and there's some mistakes off might is our trusted people and it's costly dealey r._v.'s. The people will take advantage of that trust in now a forty four years of age of learnt. Give everybody respect trust. It is a long period of time. You're it's very different for for me now. In the cr you're hitting a cooperative about transitioning feis where republican investing and these credits even greater responsibility for mayor of that. It doesn't matter if someone's invested ten dollars ten million dollars is the hotter money cracks a great responsibility in her trusting people just season actually positive what is required business respect is true true. Absolutely i completely agree with that. In approaching much <hes> i can say that i made a similar mistake says that i trusted <hes> so many people are very quickly is dead. I mean if i just had given respect instead of trusting them from day. One would have been nice and i. I didn't actually know the difference between trusting and respecting i would say <hes> topping alone these things with time and experience. I guess yeah absolutely unfortunately it's typically trustworthy mike those areas. Yes actually have inherent in the body that is driving them to trust others because they are trustworthy sales yeah you you mentioned earlier that you work of quite a lot of long days long hours. You travel a lot. <hes> what what do you do to make yourself centered or complex because walking so long a doing all that work <hes> do you follow any standard practice or anything in particular to make yourself <hes> i would say <hes> calmer camaraderie in a comeback to the point centered or in that to the person the person you are show i i always place a high priority of my family. The blessed with five five beautiful children equally in won't beautiful wife spending time with his by my absolute passion. I'm very fortunate to have family around. I have started doing a little bit of. I guess spiritual spiritual where can where can my breathing started following your win hall. I'm not sure if you're familiar with these guys that i guess it just everyone <unk> informational humor of the cold off stops and coach showers and breathing techniques or from working in india and also pick sharing with <unk> story with me noticed that there was a strong c._a._g. Gene jebron twain some of the yoga techniques and chiefly from hindu culture shamas of breathing reading and there was a lot of similarity so i could i could connect with from from seeing different cultures goosing nick. The concerts personally are connected with a founded it helped me and are not face needs to be an expert in office picnics because it's you as as recent as christmas a nice yeah i've done his practice <unk> of attended his event as well in melvin of when he came last time <hes> turned not he's legend definitely legend tried goal shower because our other nephew tony robbins recommended that <hes> i think that he's a another therapy cold as well which i haven't tried but i know some of my friend trotted it is <hes> it's like a cold water therapy yes yes. Oh haven't tried it but i know somebody in. My group has trotted as well and they highly recommended as well. You stay there for like a couple of minutes. Discussion can expect to having people around you while so even even in working arm amazing team and you're genuinely may not just phenomenal painful and we we have a laugh we enjoy ourselves and that's part of being around papers a lift you up entered. Bring you down true true. That's a big big thing right so now. Tell me what matters to you the most today obviously being a father of other <unk> five <unk> have to say my wife and my children. I don't decide <unk>. Paramount's is i my family having food on the title enjoying marmots with my family and sharing our noses without a deputy marsin if if if we look at it from a business perspective absolutely passionate about loaders energy in what we're trying to achieve because i honestly believe we will completely disrupt the electricity in particular but the energy market and empower people our jackie is to go into developing nations so the launch is literally in the eighth overall able just not too far away from from now now targeting certain countries in africa overseeing <unk> word and deposits that we will be empowering ebeling villages and changing lives and doing things that are hugely beneficial and i guess part of your model out for the pecan handing basically handing control back yeah. That's a big big thing writer. I think being tired for the blockchain is the same thing right giving the power back to the people at <unk> so many benefits of the transparency aspects the the the freedom of trite. They'd have basically someone could secretly developing nation. There's not many opportunities and it's why we sit out lert. His energy with is nerd minimum contribution way. We're not only interested arresting investors one hundred thousand dollars plus someone could invest in rubies and that's a big thing because is <hes> i think it also especially not having their corporate structure as well behind <hes> just not making it your company reach any you're giving back to society and i think that's it's a most people probably don't understand it. <hes> the technology behind it how much work you had to go through to make that happen joining. Just give quick a a bleed had to go through to make that happen if anyone's ever employed a lawyer australia come up with with a challenging concepts. You could probably appreciate you finish for nominal amount of money getting these rods. The utilizing cooperative will say is the thing that's probably most unique about saved house for the people in in that sense third win. Thanks thank you ms ten rupees will ten million dollars is the everybody is treated democratically so the ten million dollar invest has one vote and the team rupee investor as one or and it's very different to annul culprit structure way the majority shareholder has the majority version they show us controlling maybe with a few of their associates to effectively manipulated sir l. illegal voss was to not used cooperate in the reason was that myself as a yard on the order of tar screwed the we were already massively massively diluting ourselves and then all of a sudden we would lose control intends of that fourteen aspects but my view was that according to be true to what we were doing and ideas that won't be cr forever. That's inevitable of course but the idea of benalla to transition <unk> to the next phase of professionals come true manager that <unk> cooperative the perfect structure if i could just maybe oil listeners for a moment in <unk> jack a definition of cooperative and this is why really i guess sung true to me is a cooperative is autonomous association of persons united involuntarily to make big comb economic environmental social and cultural needs an expiration through jointly owned and democratically managed to cross plus that descriptions made was that means that everybody's treated fed. It's voluntary you can you can join so effectively in the corporate. You become a member in australia. Well knowing businesses and many of us aren't aware they are or were cooperatives. Originally <unk> fonterra's murray golden bendigo bank in vegas so these major brands iran's yeah review cooperatives serves as a main machine role in it <hes> energy company that the big big dilemma. I think let listeners know that most of our sporting <hes> they are cooperative as well like the soccer teams or the forty ground. Don't give up says well right absolutely in we understand that initiates vice model. That's primarily what what it's utilize allies full today they not for profits and we are a full full profit coffee and the prophets give distributed to the mundus louis thing our investors have an interest in the actual energy company. That's providing their energy and <hes> so you know the network airings curriculum yet to not talk to me about the day as a c._e._o. How does your day look like average time average short. It's fairly chaotic but i always like to and certainly went on on alexa. Get up early tight. Take my kids to school as a priority and normally spend time with them in the afternoon you know hit off the meetings very early after dropping them at school so this is a a diet melvin urban slowly jam packed with with meetings normally typically around the lodge lodge customers going and seeing them but are quite happily and willingly or visit visit any any customer and it's not unusual for for me to be working <music> until two or three a._m. In the morning as you mentioned we've got operations overseas so are greatly all conference colds covering off <hes> various topics that we go out public launch coming up on life that is lots of questions coming through from from europe the ugi hi it's easier trying to manage all these different time. Zones is always out ultimately at five thirty. I am regardless gallison. When i go to sleep. That's our our. I guess become conditioned over the use and i never never feel time so the poster people questioning how is also even even before the the wind hof take nato's are comfortable. We we slurred lack of slate not that i wouldn't have my mind says the lighter asleep typically it's much shorter than that and the reason for that is there was a book written by a guy account remember his name but he wrote a book called slow the psychology ecology off <hes> optimal experience in that book. He talked about the most entrepreneurs the c._e._o. Figure that out that they live in that zone way they walk on a very specific goal and then they work on very specific goal everything around them is should have in in a putting down on making them go towards that goal and all the distractions daunte matter. That's why when you are in the zone. Time doesn't matter as well a you. Absolutely ron is plenty of times where i glanced at the time and realize while already yeah no ex- o'clock they don't even realize how much time is actually possible are not on a obviously a nine to five roles. It's i don't find myself myself looking at the clock as most people might do right. You're just just on that jag the as as as the c._e._o. Of a company in a business arna a found over the years that you set standard serve yet few one hundred and ten percent committed you'll fellow colleagues assertions army inequity it could be some of its guy team to externally or could be <unk> employees that you set those standards third mukasey you if you're committed darning spectrum severe yeah uh that's a very good adviser because most people they probably look at the other way around yeah yeah absolutely they. You can see that well. I'm employing user u. Dental work is assigned before get get great people around you. That will mike he will could. They roll up your sleeves on yeah. Making what do the work as well. I decided on a new c. c._r._n. Wallace guard facilitates states of the standards for us just normal guy fulmer <hes> retired lieutenant colonel from stratton strand military and i'm not saying he's a drill sergeant cbs actually my maybe even quite the opposite but unbelievably dedicated efficient or these big big <unk>. Get around you and for me. It's great because lots of people say walli joining wonderful things. The truth is is people like car with you. Now team who could boy count celebrate without seeing the doing doing unbelievably great things and fortunately that reflects on me equally it can it can go yellow in seoul yeah so what <hes> most people don't know about anthony. I don't know about me yeah because you're a public figure right. You go around and speak to a lot of people <hes> you're the c._e._o. And you have that that image in public by what most people know about it pretty odd the silence of fairly transparent of feist <unk> whip sites and i would i would say i consider myself a country boy spinner fe or youth growing up in the yarra valley and i'm still very passionate about you're engaging with country regional people because funded very down to earth the something i guess more more about me like a sound very transparent. Love love love family. What's not like i._f._o. Football growing up was was my sport his something about me. You know if if you look back in in chinese jag has to be a few years younger than twenty years of age yep as young latte <unk> very good australian rules footballer. I i thought that talent would translate into playing football because i was in my opinion on more than good enough and dedicated so i didn't have the commitment but in some other young boys <unk> is good for both arrogant leo and people can laugh at <unk> sign that but i saw a couple of young guys that were extremely committed our out doing the training or doing the extra of malls of the running various things and i was busy with my nights and meyer nam nam beautiful wash is a blessing out of it but it wasn't dedicated sport and i guess you tight that analogy back across the business that you have to be yet. You gotta be committed and i think i think that's that's my i guess my one true regret imola so which team you would have been playing for if you had chosen the bach well surveillance cadenas so my preference however aren't our growth in design which which would have been <unk> are ya ue zion's fire which off i would have more than heavily played sir. It didn't matter much as long as you get into the team. It's good to us <hes> pretty much on technology. You are marina e._s._p._n. Did a lot of people what is what is one kind of technology or one deck. You can't live without sadly eh mobile firm yeah. I even find defy if i forget poll on leave it somewhere i almost feel like are a part of me is missing and are literally fretting and i get a ridiculous amount of foreign kohl's her die typically find myself. Twenty messages banked up that i have to return colds or the <unk> technology is it's been a a huge blessing and curse in itself has plenty of reasons why i think business will understand true true <unk> back say early guys feeder lot contract with autism link. I e the rollout in australia area and we used to get jobs sent through to us from all talk facts and so we would learn the facts machine. Don't i think back then it was on a roll. Even the hyper weed coming in the morning and there was literally jobs all over the floor everywhere the little kashmir trae was beginning early jobs coming and nowadays in a mobile farm announced bicycling a computer and you can have these e mail come through spreadsheets software platform lost the what we perceive to be so much easier zero zero. It's a wonder like it's amazing. We supposed to having a mole time because of the technology analogy the advancement in last year's but it seems like we have less and less time now well we ruined disposable a calling me at the moment still which is a little bit sad record l. elitest alkali fern and they they wanted the new model comes out into what upgrading despising something. That's never happened right in twenty thirty years ago. We did that sort of stuff well. If you would conceive that you would buy something for twelve fifteen hundred dollars and twelve twenty four months later. We're fatally throwing you too. Why yeah i are on talking you. I had crow at the moment and we've gone from the lou ipad minnie's to the standard pattern. We also getting salt and upgraded. Maybe we're not seeing the benefits of technology because we're working towards buying when you take yeah i think it's getting too much into getting the new things and the arakan just getting those brain in a way the getting those hits and making sure that you get that <hes> that nicely what would call a those brain hits to make you happy feel happy by buying stuff in endorphins. Is that what i was looking for. Turn in the dusty what happened in these days. That's what we've been doing. God especially the marketing is getting much much better <hes> especially from companies like apple and and samsung which is who's who's your hero like who you look up to these days. You're i have one alka heroes in different categories so you know there's a particular guy nor monumentally respect <unk> aboriginal outta bulb graham oh yeah adam boss towards him because he on how advisory bullet but a <hes> his his inspirational is passionate about the aboriginal paper. He doesn't want to tiger single dollar dollar. He wants to see everything directed back to his community in our couldn't respect him in any space since you know in in the sporting world while is but it the different <unk> a true hero luck. I guess go to argue that. The local paramedic is more heroes in the gun into the sporting arena. You're my my absolute heroes. My dad cool few site why places my dad works tirelessly multiple jobs to send myself to school and get a good education and i certainly certainly would be the the man that i am today without. 'em among for that matter dolman. She's she's gorgeous. In my my dad's arline wave <unk> great though us in loss and <hes> i think many of those have been lost the word respect will come back into these are try the positive saint voting value since my children we believe in different wilderness forever changing but still seeing standing the someone elda on a local train or tram melvin is a thing of respect in everybody should making way for a lady on some people like that personally are always hold the door confer lady children. We'll stand up for the elderly person. Often must say thurs values of unfortunately the lost my dad zones. What's what's the reason you reckon. <hes> those things will losing at the moment because they're they're pretty cool. Stuff south ryan. We've been taught these for generations and as being around for a while but it seems like those things are disappearing now. What were you reckon what's happening partly due to social media and these courses at move just talking about that all of a sudden way disconnected from the roden weaking leaving a completely virtual world can play children's play gyn walk like forty nine and yes baby comment different carta that allows them to sail to things i wouldn't do in the real world yeah. It's amazing. Isn't it like it's what we started to leave way too much wordsley now and different generation like i talked to my kid and my son on as well i said <hes>. He's only a year old and i was saying team. You probably don't even have to learn how to drive because the 'cause coming in. He doesn't even and to have driver license. Will these autonomous cars or <unk> here and i'm having able telling electric electric vehicles autonomous vehicles said a decade to why hadn't ninety they now they testing autonomous honest flying <unk> are faced with all right walk into tesla's last fall tesla actually give you fully automated car but you can't drive without sitting on a driver's seat because the government doesn't has an authorized yet if you you need someone needs to be deemed in control in control yeah amazing right into that's obviously to so consider flying vehicles autonomous causing yet. It's gonna be different world problems. I think they probably have to put the green light or red light in a different way and back to back to the business. World creates fresh fresh ideas fresh fresh business opportunities. Yeah there's new industries that are being developed that people haven't even thought of here to talk to me about this. I really wanna know your opinion meaning on this. What what are the industries where the opportunities today well honestly believe which if teen in sued and so we've gone from our industrial age in cross into the information technology i j- in a nail honestly believed that we're going to the sharing economy h way where a new environments of held hell businesses don help people engage follows and certain vehicle is is just one of those things but we're already seeing it appear. Perhaps quite making the connection just yet the <unk>. There's someone picking up at our house that we've seen a message. Take on on funds erbil years ago would just have saint saint science fiction insane pain getting into somebody's car getting staying at somebody's house would have been saying if i tell my parents that i'm going to do it. They would say crazy. Why would you get into somebody l. discount at all. If he'd busier difference science houses that i can rent my spare bedroom final choose and you know this this idea of sharing economy and <hes> it's partly why we honestly believed in alerts energy the cooperative in allowing people to share their energy bay that a sharing in the sense of selling it on the network doing better within selling it to the energy retile financially all donating it to their community. Oh this foreign cloth was whatever they say and you're i. I think the calls of the chiefs going to school is that you know nowadays things to school anymore. Right a bar those these days certainly common goal in misery very taught radius to the to the school the sharing economy of autonomous geico bit. The families may actually shay causing one cop who have automated vehicle that picks up a few case on jane through owning going the route when the car comes back docs itself charges out into connects to the power grid operates. 's energy storage for the network is sheila. This is a different different world where we're gonna see in all honesty inside ten years. This is happening yeah amazing that ryan how many things have changed in laws to i'd say thirty years <hes> we came with the internet and things just turned upside down now so we have totally different way of doing things what we were doing fifteen twenty years ago right totally different so i wanna know your opinion. One more thing is <hes> you know we done so much. We have so good technologies analogies happening. <hes> really good way of moving forward. We saw the big problems now trying to get tamaz but what's what's in the world. We're missing today. What what are we missing. What are we missing right because of all these happening right. Now what's the biggest thing respect to. They're going to that word respects. It is so many things that are <unk> jag but you know if if we think about some of the very sad things that are happening. I mean internationally was just the terrorists attack our museum horrific against the muslim genie originated from our deranged individual may just respect tolerance people just looking out for one another regardless of rice legion various cultures to none. None of us should really mind what someone's personal. Beliefs sorrow sexuality will costs or any any of these do things of having respect for others and self respectful celts is well. I think it's it's gone again going into that. Social media pop are are followed a lot of the chat groups saying what he's talking about in creek third the ice and the white people speak to each other's disgraceful road among someone doesn't understand something you wanna learn in robson people encouraging them and sharing learnings and their knowledge that they're abusing one another because a sitting on facebook or twitter have this disconnect so that feel empowered with like can be rude disrespectful to someone when the person's just trying to learn should be encouraging embracing a big thing today. I think most people forget that that <hes> you know they. They believe that it's the staying behind the curtain and they can say whatever they wanna. Say physically wanna open say the sort of woods to anybody but the dog might sharing on social media point is willing societies on social media did not willing to do that face to face will should never say something unless you're willing to silence to somebody's feis true in or via social media on his car all right. Let me ask you last but not least cushion. It's it's <hes> what's your plan for. This year is we will commence alerts energy. I liked his izzo signed earlier way. We'll have a sole thumbs under construction co. In industry and to think that we certainly at least contract to the few assets in india and commenced that the engagement between strayer india where the energy transfer we have a few thoughts in his beck assan and molterer also looking at szott surgery air traer and democratic republic congo which is in line with developing nations policy is having having largest energy cooperative opera running his is already a massive massive vascular treatment for us and engaging with people on on unity network would be absolute absolute success to us and what i mean by that is the public with the the individuals families in households and you're not justice the big companies investing in what we're doing earth <unk> connecting the community in credit sharing economy use zale the what i would describe as out success code. That's a big big planned. Okay i just wanna say thank you for coming on this podcast and spending time with us. I know you're seeing phones pretty much probably ringing and you have to work today but thank you for your time and your company and union agenda viz demain think listener and i totally particularly got really got a lot out of the conversation sir. Thank you for your time <hes> but we lost a departing words anything you wanna share with the listeners before you depart own. <unk> polices isn't that a searing mole already started. Maybe the small business is stay really focused harding on what you're really put up target those without say hanging and focus on that mike i your business great at doing simple things and then grow and flourish from there in cape cape gouden not no not just good great people around you awesome. That's a great piece of advice and thank you anthony. Thanks for your time. Thanks jack cheese.

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ESPNLA Mornings with Keyshawn, LZ and Travis HR 2

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I don't do it every week to. That's you you're signing before not going to. No, no. It's thirteen minutes. They're just normal parties crank gun party or something. No, it's fun. But but so I have that. But then the mall night, I have dinner. So they won't be with me. They'll be at home. It sunday. I got parties again with them. You know, what else is a party dangling, a carrot keys. Headline this morning presented by sprint? So interesting how you could get out in front of something before starts to unravel on you strategy. Good strategy. But if you're calling in your call, and they'll find out got your contra call so Phil Mickelson the great golfer admitted to using Rick singer, who is the college admission scammers caused her mind master money, all these different right? He's college admissions gamut to mastermind the twenty twenty five million dollar fake, whatever all I seen it all so feel used this his company, I guess the guy had a company I didn't realize at company. Yeah. On top of the key way or something like that. So all these people famous people have been using dialed in but feel wanted to distance themselves and let them know. Hey that well, one of the things he said is his family had shocked that this is even happy, and obviously he was not part of the fraud to make sure let you know. But he's shocked that this would even take place. Komo messed up your paper trails cleaning and everybody else's. Hey, look, let's not list throw shade at the guy because he was smart enough to cover his tracks potentially. No. I'm just I'm just laughing because all of a sudden now he gets out of the front of it. Which is why I don't his part for sure. But if there's a paper trail by him saying he wasn't involved. It'll be real interesting. I haven't read the story, but it's going with we thought it was a legit business. Our kids get yeah. Pretty expensive. I mean, we'll see if he wrote it he didn't his his kid went to break. He has three kids a nineteen year old. That's currently at Brown University Ivy league, right? Which is like, you know, Taibbi leave school. Keep going don't listen. The number of blacks this at Brown. I'm sure. The numbers very very high. Probably not a huge you. Listen to K SPN, Los Angeles. Yeah. That was in. He has another another son a daughter seventeen son is fifteen so they've yet to to get into college. I don't get again going back if you are crazy wealthy. Phil Mickelson is just write a check. Yes. Why do you have to do all these shenanigans to try to make your way? And if you're Felicity Huffman, who's been on successful TV shows and in movies, and you have this kind of money. Why just go to the guy and say, hey, look, I need hook up. But what how do they say? What is it? They say, you don't know. You know, what you don't know. You don't know what you don't know. So, but are there people that don't know that money talks at colleges? Yeah. But if you not doubt in to those universities in you'll know anybody that could run you up the flag pole, then you're just stuck right? I mean, you don't you don't know anybody like like for me. I like if I wanted to get my oldest daughter wanted to go to NYU. Okay. I had commune. -cations and I didn't use this guy. But I communicate you. People other people that were high up in doubt in there were friends of mine. I would say could you help us get her into New York to NYU kicked out make sure the application comes to you in that was that was that it wasn't how it works. But they may not know people. So they hire him. Who knows? He's a fixer. He knows all guys all the players at all the different universities. Like do. You know, anybody at Stafford on Stanford's board or anything like that where my built. But I bet you I could figure I bet you. Momo, but you're making a joke. But that's kinda hate you. Call somebody that went to Stanford say, hey, who do you know? Oh, okay. You know, anybody that I could call it. Then you call that guy. And then you just kind of work your way up the food chain until you do get the gun. You do you do. Hainault in this world, you know, some of these actors and actresses, I'm sure somebody's wealthy wealthy. Superwealthy? People are lazy and walk back on campus. After everybody knows that mom or dad bought your way into school to right? It's kind of hard to walk around at all true. Right. Zayn Williamson last night back on the court for the Dookie for the first time and key. He was awesome. He was thirteen thirteen from the field at twenty nine points, fourteen rebounds, five steals, Duke beat Syracuse. Look it was fun to why. I haven't watched a college basketball game since Zion. Williamson got hurt. I probably won't watch another college basketball game intil Zion Williamson place, again, he's the only person I wanna see. So I'm glad he played because he's fun to watch. But what the heck's he doing? How there man? I mean that that that should be one of those wakeup calls. That's like, you know, we're all one weird step away from having something crazy happened. And he got lucky he didn't know permanent damage, but I try to I know right coward, Frank. How tried to trippy up? But I. It's hard for me to say in this era of professional sports college thinking, I probably wouldn't be out there. I love Duke. And I love I love the USC Trojans to their great all that. But if something like that were to happen to me where I had an injury at the end of the season. And I'm getting ready. I'm Dusen, and it's also getting ready to get to the pros, man. I'm good that kind of it's almost like a freebie because he didn't really get her. There was nothing. He twisted his ankle opet. And yeah. It could have been worse. That's what I'm saying. That's what I'm saying. Like, he got it was one of those. Hey, you realize that as great as you are you are human being and you're made of bone and muscle and stuff happens. So let's be careful here. And he's back. I respect the decision one level because he's saying basically bleep it. I wanna play on get. I grew up down the street, man. There's only so much baloney in in in in wish me, sandwiches know, wish me is wish wish I had meeting. Right. I mean, like there's only so many old that I can go through what I'm right? I'm this close you can touch. I could touch it. Cinnamon toast for dinner ain't good. I want you know. Taste it too. Keep going these. But it looks like you're back spotting you need more time. Is so close that I could tasted minute. I don't wanna squandered an opportunity. That's the part. That's the part where it's crazy for me to see. I don't I don't know the answer to this question. I'm genuinely asking Zion. Williamson come from wha-what, Zion Williams inspect round is. He middle class is he would degrom poor. Did you grow up wealthy? What I don't know where where he comes from. I know put it this way. Put it this way. I don't know, but his name was mentioning tune issues scandal. So that doesn't that does. It doesn't really answer. It me. We in the direction where the family might have needed some help. So I don't really know. But you know, his name was mentioned that once upon a time. He's back. He's fun to watch. No, yes. He was many almost hit his hand on the rim. A couple times. He's a freak. He's amazing. But we'll his game transferred to the NBA with just that. Because because he's like a better. Julius randle. Yeah. He yeah. He could touch it. A better Julius Randle to me. That's what he reminds me. More skilled in Randall. That's better Julie's around. Yeah. A lot better. You know and in. Yeah. I guess I mean, it seems like you gotta shoot three. So he I mean, he's he's curry three though. Yeah. We'll get a Draymond threes. Well, all right for a minute. What's the breaking news, right? Guys. The NFL has come down on the Browns running back Kareem hunt of for suspension of where we know the video over onto how many games, do you think he got drivers? What would you give? I'll say he got four. Okay, keyshawn. What did you say? Without looking at your phone for the news. Not looking at a news. Okay. I would say he's got eight games. Okay. You saw the thing on the ticker on their John? You. Got eight games stick. It tools for the the personal conduct policy. Probably not with him yet. Either. What else are they gonna do probably not done with about classes anger management classes? Party. Probably why not done what else can they do. Because you know, the it's going to be a fallout games. It's not enough. Probably going to be some of the stuff the NFL, screw it up. There's always gonna be somebody. When when when the topic is domestic assault when the when the crime in question is a man putting his hands or in this case his feet on a woman. There's always going to be people that are saying no matter what he gets. He didn't get it enough. They'd if he gets it should have been a season if he got a season, it should have been to they're going to always want to hit him harder than whatever it is. He gets but an eight game suspension is not nothing. That's a that's a real punish that's half of year and half of years money that goes along with it. Yeah. I'm not. I'm not saying is light. Yeah. I'm just saying it's not done. You know, they used to be you know, it's going to be a fallout because it's getting ready to be a debate. And then once it starts coming and people they start looking at it again. Teams started to say what my guy didn't get that. He did you know, it's gonna be a whole bunch of stuff. Hopefully, we'll see what comes out on this. But hopefully, it's a situation. Unlike the past ones where and it all kind of this whole thing kind of got started with Ray rice, where you need to talk to everybody you need to talk to the police you need to talk to the woman you need to talk to Lamar hunt or cream hunt. You need to talk to everybody that was involved talk with the chiefs talk with the police in both because there's always that moment key where you find out that he got X amount of games in this case eight, but hey, you know, what they never talked to her. They didn't get her side of inter they didn't get didn't get. There's always a piece that kinda shows up later and everybody goes, how did you not talk to that guy? I wonder I wonder if the Kansas City Chiefs now look at it and say, maybe we should've just setting down a little bit. And and took those games and took the hit guaranteed because now Cleveland is there high five in in their meeting room that hey, we just got a steal. Here book. I let me be clear on this as I can. I'm not advocating what Kareem hunt did. And the way it looks awful. And it's inexcusable course, for sure. The next chapter is the Browns just got a really good football player. They added Oto Beckham junior. They've got their quarterback squared away. They've got that defense yet Kareem hunt to this team. Awesome. That's a good teen. That's why say I wonder if now with the game suspension if the cans, and I'm just talking about football side of things if the Kansas City Chiefs, look back and say to them sales will maybe we should've held on to this a little bit longer because they knew about it in the beginning. Anyway, it's almost you're in a little bit of bad luck. If he's on your team when it happens because you're expected to do something dramatic your if I have a player on my team. And there's a video that shows up of him kicking a woman on tape in a hotel hallway, I have to get rid of them because I just can't I cannot in good conscience. Go to the media go to my fans and say, we're okay, we're gonna we're gonna handle it ourselves. You have to move. You got. You got on your teeth? Gotta move on gotta go. The next guy can say everybody deserves a second chance we've investigated fully. We've talked to him. We're gonna were zero tolerance and the city of Cleveland in Cleveland Browns fans of forgive it because they're starving to win. Anyway. So they're like, yeah. We'll we'll we'll take that. Just don't let it happen here. Right. Just be on your best behavior getting a practice that goes LeBron was the bronze last night. But once again, not enough for the Lakers tear it apart next. Happy birthday Fabio. No, no, good work kind of. Yeah. Force him dis twenty four years ago, right no longer than that. But well. Well, what is this? I right here. Okay. Nineteen eighty five thirty four years ago four years ago. Yeah. Yes. In twenty four my bet, it is obvious birthday. Just kind of. You know, who wrote and produced the song friend of the show. Oh, Jimmy Jason Terry Lewis. For some days, though. This was this was weird high school, right? I mean, we're like junior high high schools, I'm trying to think what do you think the dis met like force MD's like like doctors like MD? I don't know one nine eight. Extension. Who does that is ways that where you Keyshawn? That's not me. It was you. But I don't think they cut it up. I understand we're. Edited you say, and we make it a drop, but we don't like makes that create. Hang on. Let's hear it again. Pretty good. Good. I'm really really glad we have that one. Lakers whose last night in Toronto won eleven to ninety eight. Lebron was LeBron twenty nine points along the way six rebounds, excuse me, four rebounds, six assists and steel, and he was the Brian. But it's still, you know, it's not enough. The the rest of the team is just not up to snuff right now coups excuse me loud be is gone for the season lonzo's gone for the season. And they played reasonably hard last night there. Just so undermanned there's nothing they can do Toronto's really good team to Toronto's going to beat them ten out of ten times with a roster that the Lakers are running out there right now. Yeah. The the Lakers the Brian James and a bunch of guys. I mean, that's what it is at that's kind of what it was constructed to be. We thought that the young guys would come along a little faster, and they started obviously breaking down. We've been missing in and out of the lineups in there at the end of the road now. Anyway, I mean, it's like this is the end of the season. There's no real playoff hopes. It's looking reservation somewhere right now. Yeah. No. And so you only do so much. It's not like in football where you got like two games ago in baseball. We got a handful of games go and you can knock somebody out of a playoff contention. That's not the case with the teams that they're playing on this row sling. These teams are solidify playoff teams. They're gonna face. There's nothing that's going to change loot. Toronto loss of Lakers still going to whatever it was more even moving so it's a little bit different. And I and I can't question their motivation how they play when they take the floor. But you gotta think that they're like out there. Just trying to basically get through run out the clock. Tough night for coups Mathu three of eleven from the floor just seven points for them in the Lakers. Just had they had a terrible night shooting. The three seven of thirty one just twenty two and a half percent. And I it's just in the way that the NBA set up right now if you're shooting twenty percent from the free the three point line, you're going to lose. And this kind of goes back that we know the injuries, we know. That lebrons been you know, statistically, at least the himself. But you look at the way that the league set up and going back to the way that the team was put together at the beginning of the season. They didn't have shooters and you see a game. Like that last night. It's just it's their fatal flaw, but they knew this coming into the season that they didn't have shoot is. Because that's the way they construct at the roster want a bunch of shooters because they were aiming for Golden State Houston. They felt like if we play defense, and we have play makers, then we certainly get the length. Play defense have play makers we could certainly alter what these teams do rather than try to shoot it out with them. And we don't have even if we even if the Lakers did decide to go get a bunch of shooters. They don't have the shooter's at the other teams that they chased half. They can't find enough of those guy. No. But those guys become better by virtue of being teammates with LeBron the guy like a Kyle Korver, or whatever they look how cores core can't cover me. I understand. But he's. Went to the finals with Braun. Yeah. What did he do in a finals? What I'm saying is is that that's been the formula for getting LeBron the best version of LeBron's and the team being the best version of itself with LeBron. And and again, like we said earlier, I don't have a huge problem with the Lakers trying to do it differently that they looked at it. They said if you surround with shooters, you're good enough to maybe get near Golden State, but not good enough to beat them. Let's try to find a way to beat them. Let's try to find a way to just go about it differently. We're probably not going to the finals anyway. So let's try to do something differently. The problem is it was just flat out at didn't work. No, it didn't work, but you. They they would they're probably going to revisit that decision. When the season's over a what they wanna do next year. What they do they want to get back to adding some shooters adding a bunch of shooters one or two shooters like that's what they gotta look at. So LeBron was talking about the kind of that last night key after the game that does this season kinda discourage people for maybe joining the Lakers heading into next season. I think everybody. Coming in two zero still gonna be challenging no matter. We were all healthy. And we played all eighty two games. I think you know with myself being five weeks Rondo being five weeks BI being to remain or to season early suspensions. Oh being over to remain season and coups being out. Everyone has Jill had pneumonia. At one point. I mean, it's taken a toll on our team where team that was built on depth. And and when you continue to have injuries and things of that nature. Your debtor is not as as you would like it to be obviously. And it's hard are ball close. So you know, we have an opportunity to get better to summer through agency. And and also the draft. And I believe our for office coaching staff for we'll make that happen. The draft is interesting because that's going to be predicated on where they're ping pong ball. Is right. I mean, if they're if they're picking ten eleven ten through fourteen or maybe even seventy four year, pre probably gonna get a guy that can help you a little bit. But he's not a difference maker. If you get lucky. Easy. If you if you're the magic, and all of a sudden, you get like when they got back to back, petty and shack, and you they were not expecting it that hypic San Antonio. When all of a sudden, they got Tim Duncan out of left field because they got the one ping pong ball to our way. If you get a bounce like that. And you get to pick near the top or maybe at the top that's different otherwise, they're going to have to do this through free agency and trades draft is not the way that they're going to get better. Even in the draft. What's there? In one or two those other guys. That's that's it. There's not a whole lot in the draft. You I mean, you know bowl. The Garlan guard the guard, but they got a guard that said vandy, you're not gonna get in Murray. State. The draft is not your route to getting better route to getting better is convincing one of those guys. And we all knew there there's Anthony Davis, and he's trade not convince but Anthony Davis, Kyrie Irving, Klay Thompson. Kevin Durant coli Leonard. Maybe the next year down is Jimmy Butler type the you you're gonna need to get one of those guys to sign on. Because once you get I think he was once you get guy two guys three through six probably gonna be easier to get because all of a sudden those guys are going to see it and the ad in some of those younger guys. Now of a sudden, you're honest, but you gotta make sure you get that too. And there's like we said before every one of the guys that could be a Laker next season. There's something that probably makes a little more sense for them to either stay where they are go somewhere other than the Lakers. That's the scary part that the Lakers are probably the second or third or worse. Option for most of these guys that option number one. I don't know who that who falls into that category. Well what? Just for my own thoughts. That's out there. The the that I keep going back to this. Because I strongly believe in this that the clutch situation wit lebrons. We're Rich Paul in that whole crew. There's a lot to be there's a lot of meat on that Bowman chew on with those guys it is because they could it's different. It's a different air, and the different mindset of the player, and what the players looking for a lot of people think sometimes at the player just wants to go somewhere. Make all the money goes away and be the store, but with these dudes because they got they hands and so many cookie jars that they can put things together. I mean, for instance, you think about, you know, his ability to be an entertainment space, a lot of guys wanna be in the entertainment space is just like go to state go to stay a lot of guys wanna be in the silicone valley. Space those guys Kevin Durant? He's into silicone valley space in partly because he's. In he's in the bay area. So that was attractive to you. That's all I'm saying. So we got to watch those things. All right. Another route was trading. Lebron? Remember when Jeff Han Gundy said that but RIC Bucher says that you might not get as much as you think player in the league that's next just because I'm going with just because right here key. Yeah. Just because my what now mice just because. No, no moss. No, more mice. All right. Was it Jeff Han Gundy week or so ago said during the the game that one of the things that the Lakers should consider is trading? Lebron that if this is not gonna work that if they're this far away from even making the playoffs that maybe they need to consider doing something drastic and trading. Lebron? I think is about as drastic move as as anybody could come up with Rick Bucur put together a road piece for Bleacher report talking about that. And that idea that everything should be on the table for the Lakers, including that. And obey the way that maybe the Lakers would not get the hall. Lebron James that they think and we're just curious key. If this is an indication of while the brand is still LeBron's a certain degree that the value that he brings to other teams in the league is different than it was just a few years ago. Here's some quotes from this from Rick euchre's piece on Bleacher report, one Western Conference GM said he'd be interested in trading for LeBron to contend with the warriors. But that he wouldn't swap his best player for him because it would defeat the purpose. Another quote, he's. Is not good enough anymore to take four cadavers to get to the finals GM said not the west. Another former GM says, even if it's the right thing to do a franchise. I don't know how you do it. Lebron would viscera them. The question is goes beyond what you could get for him to. How do you explain it away one Eastern Conference GM said that at this point probably not giving where we are wouldn't want to gut the team for a player that isn't committed and it's toward the end of his career. So the value of LeBron's whatever it takes get the best player in the world. Do you get the best player arguing the history of this game? It's more now. Yeah. Like him. But I'm only liking them under the the right set of circumstances. Only like them on the right team at the right price with the right situation. I could see that though. I could certainly see it especially where things are with the Lakers. Now, would you be saying the Lakers third seat? Who'd you be saying that they were the second. See would you still feel that way if he played all eighty two games and had their average thirty five points. You know, would you be saying that, but they're not ki-? No, I understand there. Would you be saying would you be? Saying that if you had a job, and you wasn't an ex gentleman. What some of these are from former general manager and some of them are for current always informer guys, I understand. But I look at it in say, you know, they some of them. Do some good valid point stare. He is on the back end of his career. But what are you trading him for what are you giving up? Well, that's okay. Here's another one. This is a Western Conference owner said that it depends on what I have to give up. I wouldn't roll up the truck and give him more than one protected first round pick. So that I mean that that is that's that's a significant change in we've gone from every team in the league would love to have him to. Yeah, I'd like to have him. But I'm not giving up more than a one. That's. And on top of that. They just talking true that then the talk talk because of the brand Jay walk through the door is said, I wanna sign up guess what they do. That's they roll back the truck. But that's different. If he walks to the door and says I wanna play here. That's different then I'd like to okay, I'll give you the Bron. But what I need back are two first round picks in your. That's different than I only because that's because the Lakers have them. But every team in the league would love to have him. That's different than say that this acting like he worth enough that's different than what will you give me for him. Yeah. But I'm not going to give you see. This is my thing. I'm not. And this is why I always try to say in Rosh always try to tell him when he's listening that which is never exactly that they have to. Gore for the future. The lakers. This isn't long-term. Everybody's oh he's gonna play beyond the four years. He can still. No, you can't look at it that way, you gotta look at what is the future. I'm not going mortgage off my future to get LeBron James in short term when I know three years from now, he's probably going to be out of the game. Okay. I'm not gonna give you that. But that's kind of what the Lakers were trying to get done a few months ago when they were when they weighed in on Anthony. Yes, guess what? Anthony Davis is gonna replace LeBron. Okay. So I'm okay with that. Okay. All of them. Do clear off the bitch and I'll get Davis on the Brown. And then we'll figure out virus Cocu play. We'll figure that. That's what I'm talking about. At that point. Because I have somebody now on my next ten years I can build on Anthony Davis. And when Anthony Davis is up, I could get somebody. That's how you gotta look at. I hear what you're saying. I think though that when they acquired LeBron it was not with a we're going to get LeBron. And then in the meantime, we're gonna find another guy who can be the bronze heir-apparent, no. Thinking that way. It was let's get LeBron. And let's squeeze the last little bit of his prime. Let's get another final trip or to do whatever it takes to make this next three or four year window as successful as possible. And then we'll figure out what comes next. I don't think it was ever. Let's get Braun and build for the next ten years. I think it was LeBron win now figure it out. No, I think is getting LeBron. When now we gotta have a second guy. That's going to be the future any at a second guys for the most part was going to be the future. After the Brian walks out the door, whether it would have been Paul, George if we could have figured out that one whether it was going to be we could have figured out whether it was Dame Lillard eventually going to find his way, come come in south. They were they were going to figure out a guy that keep replace LeBron as the superstar they that's that's the play. The play is find the second guy that second guy is in just some guy who can shoot it's a sex. Guy who could take over. That's the plan this summer. We'll see don't ask what he'll answer. One of the most exciting NFL off-season guys going lots of places keys, take it shake it next. I know this one. Birthday d Snider sixty four years old, today course, the the front man for twisted sister. Yes. Twisted sister guy. Chris Rogers up really rush. I thought they were pretty cool at the time. Lot of makeup lot of hairspray. Yeah. Lot of leather pants. That's what what do they call that glam rock? Yeah. Hair? Metal hair metal. Yeah. Correct. Did you ever see rock of ages not the movie, but the actual show? No. It was a bunch of music like this. Okay. Pretty good. It's fun fun song. No the hair Travis because keys back. Caller, number seven. What is your name? Where are you calling from? My name is Mike CHA from mid Wilshire, Los Angeles. Mid Wilshire, Los Angeles. What are you doing right now? I work for a Bank and man, I listened to every morning. Okay up. Do you have two days Lakers key word? And if so what is it? Absolutely. It's dog in dog. Just what a lot of dog. You're into sweet lied sweet passes on April, seventh versus the Chicago Bulls less Michael Jordan. Jazz. Awesome. It's the jazz jazz jazz combo. No, call milona Stockton. Right. Okay. I saw Michael Jordan play that ninety five. Okay. That's good man grads. Enjoy who you bring with you. I actually we my son 'cause he's looking for today. I mean every day. So you'll be help us the price for the kid. Nice to graduations. Thank you. You're into the sweet lice we passes on April seventh against the bulls. Yeah, it's supposed to be the jazz against the booth. Yeah. Well, you had all day long all night long in all morning long to get it. Right. But you put bulls eye you blacked out. Whatever was underneath you still didn't notice. She wrote bull is the printer win print the new one. So I use one two days ago. So why didn't you scratch out bulls and put jazz 'cause I made a mistake two days ago, and I didn't fix everything mistakes happen, especially around here. What are you gonna do? No. We get to do keys take it or shake it. Keep more NFL guys moving around. And let's start with the raiders again. They released Jordy Nelson and AJ McCarron. It felt like we knew that this one was come and take it or shake it releasing those guys. I would take it. Wait, take keeping shake take is me to like it. Take take it. Yeah. Take it. Yes. Take it. I'm gonna take this one. I just had to. Zoos? I take it. Because I think, you know, first of all the Jordy Nelson thing, I don't even know what that was year ago. I have no idea what got old overnight way was all three years ago in Green Bay was all still catching passes for Roger. But he was old. So he didn't he wasn't. He wasn't joining of his Pro Bowl years you were trying to recreate it make something after that. He's never been the same. Since ACO Andrew in the AJ McCarron Bill is just another one Jon Gruden failure. At the quarterback spot. He's gone through AJ McCarron hackenberg. He got rid of EJ manual and EJ terrific preseason. So it's like the, you know, let AJ McCarron who this. This is interesting AJ McCarron. Here's a guy who could have been the starting quarterback of the Cleveland Browns two years ago, and they screwed up the fastest of him being Cleveland starter he's on the streets now, and he's been on two different teams since the fax machine got screwed up. Yeah. Facts this stuff anyway. You have to documents or whatever it is. Let's move onto the next one. Teddy Bridgewater is going to stay with the New Orleans Saints. He's going to backup. Drew Brees turn down the dolphins. One year seven point two five million fully guaranteed. He could get more than that with some incentives along the way take it or shake at Bridgewater staying in New Orleans. I shake it. I do reason shake it is because Ted he bridgewater's starter in the national football unless he knows something that I don't know about drew Brees retiring next year, he certainly could have gone to Miami. Maybe he didn't wanna go to Miami. Because that's his hometown he won't be around rounded. And he just you know, maybe it wasn't a dolphin fan growing up. But the reason I say this is he's a hell of a quarterback. Okay. He got injured if his needed snap when he was in Minnesota he'd still be Minnesota's quarterback with an extension, but for whatever reason, these general managers, these pro personnel directors are not in love with teddy Bridgewater is work that he's done in the past. I don't know. I can't figure it out. I can't figure it out. And the reason I say, I shake it is because I don't know Sean Payton himself OB New Orleans next year. So that's a key to me is. I'd rather go to Miami secure my future beat out there starting quarterback take that job over rather than sit behind drew Brees who may have two or three more years left, and Sean Payton me maybe gone the Dallas and the Dallas Cowboys head coach next season. When I saw that the first thing that popped into my head. Is it leads me to believe that drew Brees is probably said something to somebody in the saints price. Something that teddy Bridgewater. Like, hey, listen, we love you. You're guy. You gotta wait one more year. We're going to be this is a better team than than Miami. Stay here. We're going to hook you up. That's what it felt like along the way. All right. Golden Tate goes to New York with the giants four year thirty seven and a half million, including twenty three million guaranteed. Obviously, they need to receiver with Oto Beckham down the road to Cleveland, golden Tate, take it or shake it. Is there a middle ground for this? No joke, shake it. I'm yeah. I'm gonna have to shake that one real. I can't replace Odell Beckham with gold and take. You're not fooling me. That's the food thing. Right. They go full you. Hey, we gotta receiver. We got rid of one receiver. This is a model guy who went model citizen who's never caused any problems. He's just he's great look at his numbers production. He's Notre Dame. Got messed up that you're not gonna give me. Dell's going take it really only Beckham 'cause you can't handle him her, right? And you pay him a bunch of money, right? Come up on the back end on the back end way on the back end. We talked about the raiders a lot. We've talked about the Browns a lot. But no one has done more things this off season that make no sense than the New York. Giants. None at all Gilman's is an interesting character as general Mansur, go to take a good football player. But you're not gonna replace. You've just got older. Yeah. And worse ally. Manning I in in in fact, shepherd who's your your your number two guys the same as gold and take the same receivers, not doesn't make a lot of sense. All right, next one. Adrian Peterson is going to go back to DC and play for Washington. Adrian Peterson going back ticket or shake it. I'm gonna take it. Yeah. Like a d I just think that he is a phenomenal running back. He's a powerful back. I mean, he's not the same two thousand yard AD. But he certainly when he wants to put his mind to it in in in play the way, he's playing he's just he's just a different beast, man. And they need that in Washington. They're not going anywhere. But you know, it's a consistent. He knows the offense. He knows what they're that. What it is that they want to do. Last one raiders again, they added another wide receiver tyrel Williams. Of course, he's going to be on the opposite side of Antonio Brown Williams to the raiders take it or shake it. I mean, I I'll take it for him. This into the category of hate myself thinking that's funny 'cause that's the sole stove AR. But that I don't know that we keep going. I think they just take dock they needed to get another receiver in. They they spent money on a position. Now, they're they're over thirty million dollars cap space onto receivers that's a lot. There's a lot of money a once on one spot, not including the seconds. I mean, not including the third four for the fifth guy that will be on your Auster. But they had they have to surround car was playmakers in hopefully, it works out in the passing game the way they wanted to you know, what the worst part of it always sit here and listen to them, well sort of they've corrupted as well that he's now one of us. Now, they've poisoned him. Yeah. He used to say he used to say nothing man, nothing at all. Got it not now, he say's plenty. That's a interesting accent you got there. Yes. Yossi week talking in Cincinnati about his time in LA and throwing a little shade at his former manager as well. You hear that next?

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HR 3: Rondo is back in the purple and gold!

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HR 3: Rondo is back in the purple and gold!

"On your monday. Three o'clock ralph. What's up people. Glad to be back again. Somebody asked me on twitter. Hey will you. And john ever do a show together again. Not because it has been a few weeks now. Here's the answer to that question. Thank you very much for hanging out with us. We all have to take vacations during the summertime before everything gets gone. So we've got You know ram starting in twelve days. Thirteen days from now. We've got lakers. Preseason starting in september we've got a dodgers hopefully running all the way to the world series will be together for all of that because we put our vacation time away. So thanks for hanging. Plus you get momo momo and i would defend my instagram pictures to chris morales. I thought they were all pretty frigging brilliant. Wouldn't you say lynch they're interesting. That's for sure definitely interesting. Not as interesting as my like hawaii pictures but you know. They're getting their good good job. Definitely brought it up on the show a couple of times. You know it was really. It was really an amazing trip. So we donovan mitchell. Put out. i'm not sure why over the weekend on twitter. would you be willing to let mike tyson. Punch you in the face for ten million dollars ten million dollars. And mama you speculated about the way nevin would respond to this. And i decided well. Let's get nevin on the phone. I think for the first time ever maybe or at least for the first time in a really long time we welcome to the show. The great nevin ferrets who is almost better half nev- what's going on not most yards unhappy. His great question is greater connection. Good god what is with your house. Your gonna stay family. Yeah so let's just ask the question. Would you allow mike tyson. Punch you in the face for ten million dollars did a second. No doubt the. I don't want to and hurts me. That i'll come on my dollars. Your millions of dollars nev- because we have a bad connection. We're gonna let you go but thanks a lot for coming on man. No guys that reset the router. Honey god that is going on at your house like a black hole. I know it's terrible. Is that what. I always sound. Go reset the router honey. All right so this is just got a new phone two days ago coming in. There's been some breaking news today. Oh really yeah the well. I mean it broke awhile ago but sure i'll i'll read the breaking news copy since since they pay for this sort of thing at seven ten. Espn is brought to you by valvoline instant all change home of the fifteen minute drive through oil change visit socaloilchange dot com to find a location near you and download up to fifteen dollars in coupons. It's sort of breaking like it broke a while ago. We're going to talk about it again. So we did the breaking news so the memphis grizzlies bought out regime rondo. He became a free agent and the lakers have signed him to a one year deal. I assume that's to the minimum right. Yeah so they don't have anything but minimums yeah. So he's he's becomes the thirteenth player on this roster. They're still two spots left moat. What role is rondo. Going to be plan. I think he plays the role. That jared dudley. He's been playing in the last few years. I think he plays that but he might play a little more often than deadly played. deadly was kind of a you know when when they're up by twenty guy know he put him in there some or if everybody else was hurt they put them in there. But i think ronald plays maybe a little more than that he could be in a bit on on a more regular basis. But but not all that much like they'll be plenty of games or he'll dmp not play at all and and the key to this working is he's gonna be okay with that now. Here's the thing. I wasn't here when this happened. But but dudley dudley left as an assistant coach to jason kidd in dallas. I think that's a huge mistake for the lakers. They've got a spot on the coaching staff. Why would you not keep a guy who has been such a plate such a pivotal role to the culture of the locker room in this team. I think that's a terrible mistake by the lakers. Yeah let's it you agree right. Not necessarily i think does was great for the team holes that locker room together but they're like jails was great for the dodgers for a long time and then they went and got wilson and they they let Austin barnes played all barnes promoted will smith and like nothing lasts forever. I think if there had a vote in the locker room which would the vote go. Oh definitely they want. Of course and i think that the standard should be give lebron. Ad everything that they want whatever they want whatever keeps them happy whatever makes them feel like they got the best chance to win. That's what matters to superstars championships. And you just keep your superstars. Happy crepe but i don't know rhonda's rondos favorite of theirs to mean. Sure if you know. The the the lakers lost Jason kidd who was a really important part of the coaching staff. He's that gauche alice now. Who did they go out and gets replacing. David fidel who we know great heart miami. I mean there's always you know as we like to say in the business. Everybody's replaceable. Okay and there comes a point when you can't just have and i don't wanna say this because it sounds really mean okay but it's it's sort of a dead roster spot right you're just somebody who's not really gonna play that much but their value in the locker room is that do you get what i'm saying. I would have added jer dudley to the coaching staff right so the coaching staff but for him to step down from what jason kidd was offering he was offering a much bigger role on that dallas coaching staff. So in la would have been kind of the end of the bench in dallas. He has a much bigger role. And that's a better job for him. Well i guess if it's choice between fidel being on the bench and dudley being on the bench fidel every day of the week. So and mike penberthy. Who's been on the staff for a long time. He got promoted. That's anthony davis guy. Everybody's got a guy. Do you have a producer that you just love and like if anything happened to that producer you just would go to the mat for that producer or somebody. I don't know do you have somebody like that. Lin's i feel like i'm gonna go. Yes i would go to the mat for lindsey around and try to like you know. Push lindsey out all we gotta we gotta make some cuts sorry we. Here's here's the thing. I've been saying we're gonna like trade me to another show do. Would you fight for me. I love lindsay. I'm a huge lindsey fan. I like being in the lindsay business. But i would be open to trading. Everybody's replaceable as we just said. I would be open on prettier replaceable. If you ask me. I would be open to trading lindsey trade. I would i would. I can't believe you said that 'cause we're the right for the right producer. I would trade you okay. Would you trade me for for lunch. No they're gonna have to be aboard optima name later. Would you trade me four. Greg bergman I can't believe you even have to think about that. Christopher i actually going to say chris morales was your person. Go to the network. No no. I would definitely that. I know he wouldn't go to the mat for me. He confirmed the troubles controls. A lot for what it's worth mace. They did ask me about this. When i filled in for greg while he was clamping and i said that if if i was asked if i would wanna be traded for greg i said i wanted just for what it's worth. I just want you to know that. I'm open to the idea of moving lindsey for the right producer. I mean i think she's a great piece on the show right. You'd be clearing her to help somebody else. That being said then. I retract my my decline. Then i would. I would be open to being traded that okay. Have you demanded a trade absolutely not. I did not mandatory. Did you demand trade. No i did not demand a trade. I just say up this whole thing. You brought up up. She ramona literally jokes. Joey joe junior sh avenue wants to know. We'll pay cut to keep lindsey baseball. No way would never take a pay cut break time. Great all right well no. I'm open to a trade. So i mean who's done got me too. I'm greg greg greg. their producer. Remember the one that you replaced with me and said the show's never been better just throwing it out there. Okay all right well. We'll talk about this further. You're getting a little. You wanna talk about this. No i'm sorry. It is a little offensive to me that you would not go to the mat for me that that kind of hurts my feelings i think they you know anyone. Anyone in my situation would feel the same full hurtful. Yeah no i mean i. I'm in full support of lindsey. Unless she can be replaced all right coming up next for you. The dodgers seemed to have screwed up this monumental week. That they've got braves followed by giants. I'll explain that coming up next for ya. Mason and ireland seven to ten. Espn yikes that. Last conversation was awkward. I feel bad for bringing it up. Gosh you know these are tough conversations you know. Sometimes you just have to have. We don't want to. I believe you hash everything out on the air. I think it's more interesting that way. Yeah yeah just like the fact that you know that you that you wouldn't put up a fight for me. So you know trading lindsey baseball. This is leo hirsch trading. Lindsey baseball would be the worst. I've seen since mitch sign mas gov at twelve hundred one. What do you ask him for me. It's like two first round draft picks bergman back. Yeah i would say i wouldn't make to trade. Yeah i'd make a trade for bergman if they include a an associate producer to be named later just for what it's worth. Scott kaplan said he would have made the trade yesterday for me. You're kidding. yeah oh yeah he. Through greg completely under the bus and said i would a thousand times over. Make that trade. Oh it's a real love fest around. Here isn't it. What about me. I get along with lindsay. Fine i've never worked with greg. You like working with greg. What's going to happen. You've never worked with greg. Oh what's going to happen to me too. That would be an unintended consequences. You might just have to deal with tradeable. You are an untouchable or hey. Oh but i'm not. Oh man i mean no you. You are shank you mason. Thank you other awful. So now i now i see how you really feel and on horror as untouchable however lindsay is not. So you know what i think i think. I think that you're just mad. Because i challenge you sometime. I challenge you more than greg greg. Just kind of goes along with what you guys want to do. And i think. I challenge you a lot and i think that's why you wanna treat me. Yeah we'll talk. We'll talk about it. I think she's probably at her peak value right now. Oh yeah if you wanna. If you wanna get a big return to me bergman's you know that's like a retread a row training like that's like your your trading look like empire earvin for thomas. I mean there's a lot of alexa. I mean you can ask for a lot more. You can get an extra week vacation. Oh yeah you get it. Delivered to the studio every day. I mean you could probably get michael thompson. Full-ti- y you know you're in a really good negotiating because i'm in a strong negotiating position. Lindsey here's what i'll say. You are the producer of mason and ireland here on monday august the thirtieth three eighteen pm. Okay sean mcveigh okay. Less okay. I wanna get to this dodger thing because the dodgers had a rough weekend they lost two out of three to the awful rockies and the rockies are better. They're better right now though. We give them that. Their road record is terrible terrible. But they've been better this year even better they. They're seventeen and twenty eight on the road. You're on pace for one hundred and two wins. You've got to at least take two out of three the rockies. You can't lose two out of three. The giants lost two out of three. So the dodgers had a golden to close the distance between the giants and the dodgers. You're you're in a position where you're in a chase and this week this is fascinating just tuning in. We talked about this earlier. But the dodgers have decided to throw didn't did decided not to throw luiz aureus yesterday. Julio did you just call because mason probably has experienced on this fantasy. No you know what i've got. I've got vacation bring. Julio yesterday they elected not to throw now if they had thrown. Julio diaz yesterday it means that would started. Friday against the giants. Bueller would have started saturday and max scherzer would have started sunday. We'd have had our best of the best going against the giants where you can pick up a game with every win instead now. Because they didn't start early yesterday. It means the david price is going to start friday. Julio's gonna start saturday. Buehler's gonna start sunday and the giants won't see max scherzer now. This is not dave roberts decision. I don't believe i believe. This is a front office. Decision by andrew friedman and all the smart guys in the room and i for the life of me can't understand how smart guys could make a mistake. This pig is there a chance. Is there a chance that orients who is coming off. A calf injury needed a little extra time to buy a day to make sure he's okay. Or what are you never thrown this many innings in a season arrest right now. He could have started yesterday's starting today instead. I mean it. It's one day. I know but at one day matters for these guys. You know this is a mistake. This is the smart guys out thinking themselves. There's an obvious thing to do. You want your three best starters going against the san francisco giants who you trail two and a half games for the life of me. I cannot understand why can't understand why you wouldn't find a way to get sure zor into that series which is do or die a of ways. I mean if you lose two out of three to the giants you're in some serious trouble. You've lost ground if you win two out of three or few sweep 'em you potentially take the divisional lead. Why would you not set up your rotation which happens all the time. Set up your rotation to get sherzer to throw on sunday. Okay all right. i'm gonna. I'm gonna give you. This is from your old buddy bill. Okay gimme the rationale from bill. Blunkett donkin is bueller. Ensures are lined up to start the three games. We're lined up to start the three game series against the braves beginning monday. All three will be starting on five days. Rest dodgers manager. Dave roberts said the trio will be on four days rest with their next starts which means aureus will start the middle game of next week and showdown series in san francisco. They did not want to start both of them on. Had the dodgers giving the child just four days of rest before each of their next two starts. All three would have pitched in the series against the giants. Okay so essentially. They wanted to make sure. And this is a quote from roberts. I think making sure that you take care of the guys. Julio walker namely as far as giving them an extra day to understand appreciate what they have in store for them the rest of the season. There's still plenty of games or we've got to take care of business. And putting those two guys on the giants. I think the thought is to make sure our guys perform optimally on optimum rest and all that stuff. Five days between starts has become quote normal. Rest for dodger. Starters since friedman arrived in two thousand. Fifteen dodgers started pitchers have had more than four days rest before sixty four percent of their starts. This year has been sixty seven of one hundred thirty one games a number that is muddied by some number bullpen games. Okay but essentially they just want them to have more rest throughout the regular season dodger version of load management. Okay but momoh if there was ever a time to adjust the rotation it would be. Now you're chasing the san francisco giants you've got three monstrous games against them coming up this week it is. It is completely completely a disastrous mistake to not get sherzer into that series this weekend if there was ever by the way you name the percentages sixty seven percent of the time. They've done it this year. That sounds like thirty three percent of the time they didn't. I want to be in the thirty three percent of the time. I want sure to throw against the giants on sunday. Now that's not possible. Bueller has had five days or more. Between sixteen of his twenty six starts warriors. Sixteen of twenty-five but buehler's third in the majors innings pitched the season and should pass his previous career. high soon. Orients has already far exciting exceeded his previous highest workload during the regular season. This is just these are young guys. That are pitching longer and win. Ever seen the giants. I mean this this series will be make or break. This weekend break series. Look i think if they win two out of three. They're still in it if they win one out of three. They're still in it but it gets harder if they get swept done that they can't catch him. You lose three games right there. That's that's gonna be hard to come back. I originally not set up the rotation to thrashers on sunday. Because we've got two out of three your guys those. Those two out of three guys are going to be starting. You gonna learn friday in the opener. Okay for probably three innings and then it'll be bullpen game which they haven't been bad in they want some of those bullpen games out in san diego. I know this is the giants i mean. If there was ever a time to adjust a rotation it would be right now. I mean i understand because you are anti load management in any sport. Like i get it but i just think with these young guys. Every time you go past like before farther than they've ever been in terms of load management inexperienced you. Can you can buy an extra day here and there. You know you're talking about that. Wants to go back to the world series. They're going to have to pitch all the time. The postseason they're gonna care. They're going to go deeper as they can the posing you want them as fresh as possible can't afford anymore little got figured out. It seems like it agree disagree. He's been great this year. Four days rest in order to face the giants completely with it. Eight seven seven seven ten. Espn sorry i mean i. I love andrew freedman. He's a great guy. he's been on the show. He's obviously the smartest guy in the room. That's the reason we've won seven straight division titles. But he's thinking himself here. This is the time to adjust rotation. It is right now to get into that game now. It's too late thirty. S could've thrown. Yesterday i'm sorry it's a big mistake. It's a big mistake. They all come out the same. No they don't all count the same. That's i mean yesterday. The dodgers they felt like they had they'd rather have oriented for a game against the braves which is a tougher team. And you count on the bullpen. To throw a good game. They could win that game yesterday. Didn't score run. What was the final score. Five thousand four score. Didn't these orients yesterday. I'd rather have them around for the braves. Yeah i'd rather have sure for the giants. Just i'm sorry that's just the way it is eight seven seven seven ten. Espn game of games is coming up for you in fifteen minutes. You know what while i was gone. It all got really close right now for the month of august. I've never been in contention before. It seem either whore. Hey five momo five mason five lindsey four. Wow this is going to be a photo finish especially because these last two counts to remember the last two counters to so somebody is and it's my game today momo at your game tomorrow that's my chance. Somebody's chance coming up today to take a two point lead on every. Ooh that is coming up for you. Mason and ireland seventeen ten. Espn all right. we're talking about the dodgers and the way they've lined up the rotation for this weekend. Let's go to eric and covina eric. You're on seven ten. Espn what's up. Hey i got say man. i'm with you. you know why you. These aren't pitchers they wanna pitch. Put the ball on her hands. I hate these excuses of all. We gotta give them. The rat gave them this pennant race. We're talking about. We want to tell the giant. Who's the king of twenty twenty one. Put the pitchers in there. They won't let us down. They won't let the team down they'll stick them in the mud and that will be on top at the end forget. Put the fun of keeping the red. Set it up there you go. I like this guy's attitude. Thank you see. I love it when they agree with me with a whole bunch of passion manuel. I don't know anybody who disagree with this. Who you win. I introduces four day five. Who cares i just. Don't wanna see our young get hurt on everything. i know. This has been a weird day for you and i. We usually agree to agree now. We're agreeing to disagree. Well you know. Here's the thing. I hope jamaica changed you. Often jenner came back from costa rica. Was you know. I'm just gonna shoot my mouth off again. Maybe maybe i haven't been doing that enough just saying what. I think you know what i mean. Yeah but i feel like i'm taking more of the heart astral today and you're more of the like let it w- and i'm being the software right but you but usually usually i think you're more. I think that we you. And i are on the same page a little bit more. So maybe i. Maybe i've changed. Maybe it wasn't you who changed. Maybe you go ahead and boo. The mets i say boom i just say let the players go thumbs down if they want to players be allowed to respond. Yeah you get million dollars to us all right correct department a lou riley first of all he says you're okay but lindsay is indispensable. You are the definite judgement and you're prone to making mistakes all right not true you. For example you keep saying the rockies road record is seventeen and twenty eight. it's actually seventeen and forty eight all right right. Doing three hours of live contemporaneous talk. Radio a day lou riley and by the way lynn. I've come around to this point of view. That i don't want i wanna trade. You are you just negotiating. When the when the padre yeah base thinks pelinka getting the band back together but giving up. Premo talent for elite greg and now both of those wins. What is your pull that you put up. Mine says should mason in ireland trade me to sodano and cap greg berkman and what is the percentages right now. Well just started it. There's only one hundred sixty votes but sixty seven point five currently say no no or although there is a guy who who seems to be a big bergman san because he's one of his few followers on twitter and he said greg mean he said that he would rather have greg back because he can't stand lindsey e promoting herself or e begging herself begging ceremony. Begging you know kind of a bit but you know if you're not smart enough to figure that out that's okay. Meanwhile berkman put up a poll bird which show should want lindsey more mason and ireland or sodano and cap and mason. Ireland's is fifty eight percent sodano at forty two percent. Yeah you know based on public reaction. I think i'm gonna put you in the untouchable college. Thanks means i appreciate that any anything like twitter or instagram. Or whatever to sway you. I knew that i've rallied. The internet troops that. I could convince you not following. You've got a better brand. You've really fresh the show you've upside. I will say that greg is. Greg can blow me out of the water when it comes to talking like breaking down the dodgers and you know the seventh-inning reliever and like the the sixth seventh guy in the lakers and the veteran you're better on contracts. Yes berkman now. I'm not taking shots at greg. I'm just saying when it comes to actual like hard core. Xs knows lakers and dodgers specifically he. Can you know out any day of the week. He would completely murder me in those categories. So i'm that's something. I just can't offer. I can't sit here and talk about the last guy in the lakers bench for an hour. Greg can. Greg could probably do it for a whole week. You know. he probably he does know is stuff. I'll say that for greg but a lot of mind stuff different stuff. Momo use the word retread. I guess greg i mean if i was to trade you for greg it would be pretty much retread so mamo who and me like getting mark. Dantonio to coach the the lakers. Who would you compare like on. The current lakers roster. Who would you draw. Comparisons to for me and greg. Casey you to me are like t. H. t. yeah off. Yeah like on swing we believe greg. Yeah bergman is mellow white house back own. Bourbon would twice. Yeah you're right you're right. Oh yeah put famer. I don't know what do we think of. Yeah yeah no. Let's see who else to it'd be a hall of famer to yeah we'll come back. We gotta who somebody else came back. Yes came back there. You wait only base more. Yeah wayne ellington. That is greg is wailing. I want to request the to then. Are you demanding a train agent there. Hey we're just goofing people. Don't worry we're goofing up. Next is game of games again. Just very very close. It's mason five whore. Hey five. Momo five lindsey four and today's game is worth two points and we will do it next mason ireland. Seven ten espn. I'd i a public statement. I just sent this out on twitter after careful consideration in public reaction on twitter. I will not trade lindsey baseball. She is untouchable. She is integral to the show's success. Hashtag mason and ireland now as real quick. how much does it have to do with matthew. Bury's glowing endorsement of me in which he says no he would not trade me not if they want me back doing fantasy football i this year this or that would not be the same without you. The goat has spoken. Wow berry. I'm not i'm not. You're untouchable now lynch your berry and eulogy. Just remember that because they are friends. Matt areas very cool. What faith wrote an extra week vacation. What if you can. Finagle that out of this john. I've more vacation than i can use to be honest with starbucks for life. It is game of games time here. We go again very very close. Even momo a chance here we're going to play around of mason and ireland jeopardy. This is one of my favorite games. So lindsey momo in horray your name is your buzzer. Okay here we go number one is something is hard to do and you want to get it done. You have to bite this morning. I think momo got their first. What is the bullet bite. The bullet exactly momo's on the board i have to say. Do we have to say what is did. I didn't jeopardy yes jeopardy jeopardy so you have to say have to say it that way. I hope there's no scandal with this jeopardy host like it's been everybody's been going down in this all right question number two the dodgers player who has stolen more bases on the lynn's trae turner. No who is trey turner. No come on along. You're on lindsay lindsay. What's mookie no. No no i. I'm gonna give whore he credit because i thank you. That's right. chris. Taylor is stolen thirteen. Aj pollock eight mookie. seven. I'm pretty sure form of a question i did. I said is it true. You know he got is it is. It is not a definite question. Come on give me a break. is it on jeopardy. Let's give an excellent. Nobody gets all right point. Wanda maximov natasha. Romanoff nick fury doctor. Strange and thor are all part of this universe whore. Hey was there first. Oh come on blanked out outside. Oh what's the marvel universe. what's the marvel. universe is correct and lindsay on the board. So we've currently got mama one lindsey one and whore. Hey you have to scratch this defensive. Tackle played at pitt mom. Now momo who is aaron donald who is earning donald is right. Yeah we're ninety. Nine for the rams a momo enzi one for hey. I'm winning a winning this month. I can feel number five this toxic singers father. Okay lindsey was. I ne- spears. Who is brittany's correct. Lindsey to momo to i was in number six this. Nba star won the national championship for syracuse. mama were. hey no who is carmelo. Anthony who is kamilo anthony. Yes satellite so momo momo to lindsey to number seven final question no this emmy winning star most famously played lou grant and he passed away over the weekend. Mama mama homo. Who is ed. Asner ed asner for the mormal. Now has taken a lead for the month of august that. I'm officially out with that. My hands out shadowboxing and my mom office. we're gonna see a video of this pathetic. Okay awesome. I just wanna let you know. I did promise to post a video of me dancing. If i won for the month but now that i'm not i think you go. You said you'd you'd send one to us. And i said i will post on for everybody if i win. I'll post a to okay. Momo likes the cabbage patch the cabin chat. Nice all right. this is so throwing. Don't even know how much this means to me. By the way it was correct. I looked at trae. Turner as a dodger. But he's got twenty six gallon basis all in all so that question should be thrown out is going to win that all over the place so go figure me and math row quick. I'm going to do the tiebreaker. Just because i think it's interesting. That was a. He was a phenomenal star. How many emmy nominations did ed asner receive in his career. Closest without going over momo i would say almost seven lindsay. I'm gonna go twelve twelve horry. Oh go five five. Lindsey would've taken that ed as for seventeen emmys. He said he was an amazing performance. Yeah all it was that i would know what's that. So what else was in that i would know. I don't know who he is not familiar. Azer yeah he's he's a little pasture time little pasture all right. So let's wrap this sucker up again. Rashawn rondo has become a member of the los angeles lakers. And that he will be sort of in that. Jared dudley role this year right. Yeah like a souped up up role on there. He'll play a little bit more but there'll be plenty of times where he hasn't dan p here and there but he'll play a little more than duds but mostly player coach like really be good for the young guys especially on that russia and and maybe in the past he plays a bigger role like he did a couple of years ago. Playoff rondo rondo. After they signed they signed playoff. Rondo gendre jordan thing. There's a rumor that the nets may buy out de'andre jordan and it's been speculated that he could wind up with the lakers What what are you know moment. That's credible yeah sounds credible to me. Like i think he'll. He'll have some suitors if if he has to get bought if he gets bought out so to me. I always think what you have to be careful buyouts because there's always a possibility that they trade him. There's always a possibility he stays the rondo. Buyout was a little easier to call just because they were so far over on roster spots at nineteen guys for fifteen spots nets can just keep them and wait around somebody'll trade later so i would say if he gets bought out i would. The lakers are a good opportunity for him because of the role he could play there. That would be interesting. Talk about rim protection all right. Hey i wanna make this public statement. Lindsey baseball is not on the block. She will not be traded. Lindsey thank you. Thank you for the public support. Mesa i appreciate it and sausage jeans greg. I guess you're going to have to say in the afternoons. Yes sausage genes will stay in the afternoons corporate greg. Hey that wraps it up for us. Today i forgot to rely on vacation brain li back in the in the lights. Marley you tomorrow you mama thank you very much you got it or hey lindsey thank you coming up next for you is. Who's on sodano happen. 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