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Hot Guy March Madness: Apocalypse Edition (with Matt and Bari)

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

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Hot Guy March Madness: Apocalypse Edition (with Matt and Bari)

"Welcome to earn happy hour. The show where we bitch about all the things we love to hate every single week. I'm your host Matt. Bella Cy. I'm here in my closet recording far away from my producer. Barry FINCO. Hi Hi Matt. Do you got any quick quarantine updates for the kids. They Britain fucking doing construction in my hallway. I it's been driving me absolutely and say why is an essential service? They know we're all home. It's essential to making you go crazy. Yeah I think I said on last week's episode that my one of my door mental me that there's only like twenty people left the building like fuck all of the poor people who stayed anyway how. `Bout You well. I haven't been sleeping well because my anxiety dreams. Basically my brain doesn't turn off at night and the other morning Alex slightly just like ever so lightly suggested that I maybe not sleep in and stick to routine and I had a full blown meltdown like a toddler. I just could not handle that. Very basic very nice suggestion. So yes you know. That's where I'm matt. Okay so have you not been sleeping in. Well no I mean yes just not not too late but I also tweeted about it and people gave some nice tips and I have been using those tips and it's been better. Well we're both doing great. Let's get into today's episode obviously will kick things off with worse things. I where I shout about the worst news of the week and then it's our third annual Hot Guy March madness the NC double a. may have cancelled the real march madness. But that's not gonNA stop us from objective buying as many men as possible. We posted our brackets on twitter. So you can play along with us with your friends at a video conference. Happy hour or with your cat. If you're feeling real desperate whatever you need to do to get your Horn Innis on his. It's Oh it is real so let's get into it let's do it? Let's put hop men into ridiculous areas and star all right worse things first. Let's talk about the worst news the week fast. A man in Paris France decided to be a big fucking show off during quarantine and he took to his balcony to run an entire twenty-six Bil- marathon. Oh my God ghetto life like what? What are you doing with your life? You look like a deranged dog. I don't care if we're stuck inside for a year. I will never run a marathon indoors or outdoors. Frankly I probably wouldn't get to twenty six miles walking endorsed for a year. Yeah I don't even WanNa look at the steps that I've been taking 'cause I assure you of my step totals for the past. Two weeks have been like ten day. This man literally ran back and forth on his twenty. Three foot long balconies his balcony. What is that four fi? Not even? That's not right. I literally wrote Twenty Three Foot Long. Balcony okay yeah so. He has twenty three foot long balcony. Okay so that's like a quarter of a football field almost. Yeah Yeah I made a sports right friends. Wow that's not even true. Good Jesus I'm excited to like listen back to this in a couple years and just hear the mental decline of us in the next couple of weeks. It's not going great anyway. There's the twenty three foot long balcony and he literally ran back and forth for twenty six miles straight and it took him six hours and forty eight minutes and he said it was mostly like a physical and mental challenge but also to extend his support to the entire medical personnel who are doing an exceptional job. I'm sure you know I feel like it's nice to have the gesture but I don't know how showing off is really helping your make. Sure you call the doctor and let them know that you ran a marathon today. Just rub it in their face while they're while they're doing everything they can to keep people alive just be like. Hey you know what I did. I ran twenty six miles. What did you do and I have a balcony? I was so pissed. I don't think people outside of New York City understand that. Like first of all the breakout here is it's much worse than everywhere else. Obviously because there's eight fucking million people living on top of one another because we do everything better yeah. I don't know if you heard but we're actually the best city in the world in rooting for outbreaks and be the fact that we all live in shoebox says and are going insane. Yeah we don't have any outdoor spaces no in the Ba- like people who are posting any any quarantine content where you have more than five hundred square feet or you're you're a maniac. You're literal maniac. If you're able to go I was thinking about how like even even people literally anywhere else you people with cars. You do have outdoor threes. I know I do. I do your. I won't in in less than a week. I will be living in a new apartment and I will not have any outdoor space. All right. Well you can join the resistance then but until then you are my enemy okay. Anyway this man said that his girlfriend was there giving him drinks and Eminem which I thought was a nice fact. I just need me a man to give me some Eminem's you know I'd run like a little bit from an ems. I guess so. My family has also taken the stabs are just like so slow and Lake Unintentional but they still. They still sink deep. My aunt was texting me and she was like. I just wish you had someone there with you. It was like okay. We don't need to be like that like literally out of the blue. It's like okay. Well why are you like putting depression onto me also like okay then find me a man do something about it next? Customers cheered at a Walmart in Missouri. After a woman gave birth to a baby girl in the stores toilet paper aisle she was just trying to hoard her toilet paper. I see right through this. Yeah if you're having a showdown with another customer in the toilet paper I'll have a baby. What are they gonNA do deny your baby toilet paper? We're we're also like a week away from that happening. It literally took all of forty eight hours for the like public discourse in this country to go to like wh wh what if it's a good thing that people die so Yeah I wouldn't put it past people that'll be like fuck your baby my toilet paper now bitch but anyway. This lady was shopping at Walmart then. She told employees that her water broke. Then I guess you just laid down while a Labor nurse who happened to be in the store at the same time and firefighters who came help the woman deliver her baby and just forty five minutes. Damn amazing speedy. That's a drive through delivery. That is I also love that. This is a slight ad for Walmart. Like look we have all the supplies you need for any situation. I guess It's just my impulse would not be to like be like. Oh Fuck my water just broke. You know what I should do is let a Walmart employee know why I know. I'm just confused at the the sequence of events Sierra and why she didn't call nine one one. I guess it was coming quickly. Maybe also she's just like a great citizen who knows that. The hospitals are filling up quick. I don't need a hospital I can do this. Diy Style you know what I think this woman deserves a little Shiro sheer rats. She routes Shiro and finally another toilet paper news. The Environmental Protection Agency had issue a warning to Americans to stop flushing t shirts down the fucking toilet because apparently the shortage of toilet paper that stemmed from the the outbreak and people shed people are resorting to paper towels baby wipes and at least one case scraps of T. shirts that have started to cause sewage blockages across the country. Fat Birds Everywhere. The EPA said in a tweet toilets are not trash cans. Please remember Napkins paper towels and even so-called flushable wipes can all clog your pipes. Okay flushable wipes. It's called flushable right in the name. So what are you telling me right now advertising? Oh there is but there was a toilet paper company that also put out a thing that was like. Here's what you do if you're out of toilet paper really there's no perfect solution But you should never flush paper towels or Napkins. Because they don't dissolve quickly and water and can likely cause your toilet back up and facial. Tissue is another bad idea but in the absence of toilet paper you can use it in small amounts if you flush frequently so there you go you know what I say is use your hand. You better not no I think I saw one of the items that was selling out very quickly on. The Internet. Were adjustable dumbbells. Were a big one for all of us. Jim freaks but also like makeshift days. Which Day houses? Yeah I really want one but I only want one. If we're going all the way like the main reason to get married is to have a wedding registry and put like a fancy aspe- day on there. I want different heated cycles. I want a dryer like I want it all. I guess I wish that for you. Have you ever used one like a nice one know? It's fucking amazing. I've actually never cleaned my. Oh cute my ass is like a cast iron skillet okay. It's just seasoning upon seasoning and on that now that's it for this week's worth things I next. We are diving deep into hot guy. Much madness dive deep deep deep deep. Taty tidy tidy tidy. Alright so it is time for the third annual unhappy our hot Guy March madness it is our practice to take the time honored tradition of NCWA's march madness and to make it even Gayer and better by objective. Buying some men steady two men to be exact so we have thirty two. Men's I have pulled up a list. This personal taste. I scoured my personal taste but also people's sexiest man alive issues. Now I in the past gotten people who complain about like. Oh You keep believing you put this number one seeded person against this. I don't know what the fuck that means. Okay I don't know what a seed is the only thing the only seeds they're involved in this or the seeds that I want each of these men to put inside of me. Okay there's no I seed or thirty second seed. We don't understand what that means here. We have thirty two men but I've randomized with very special program called list randomize her that I google and I plugged them into this bracket and then we're going to go pair by pair. Put them against one another maker way down this bracket now as we've done in the past these aren't just you know your regular old matchups. We WanNa make sure that we are putting rigorous testing to decide who advances in each round sell for this year's March madness given the context of the world. This is hot guy. March madness apocalypse addition. Each round will have an apocalypse specific question to help us decide who should advance until we arrive at our winter. Are we ready to start? Oh I'm ready. Br First Round we have thirty two guys sixteen match ups and the question is the broad question who would make the abetter quarantine partner this is. Who WOULD YOU WANNA BE? Trapped in an enclosed space with for fourteen straight days. At least are we ready ready. Okay First Dwayne the Rock Johnson verses. Antony Parral ski from Queer Eye is is too easy is it? I know what you're GONNA say. Obviously Antony Oh. I was not expecting that what I do. It's way in the Rock Johnson as a quarantine partner. What could he do for me? Besides fuck me I guess but he just he would take up so much room. Antony would be making me food. He be serving the all the AVOCADOS. That's the only thing I know about. Antony he so cute I you know a quarantine partner. It's not just about the sex. You know no this is about. Who would you want to be like emotionally trapped with for for at least fourteen days? You make a great point not to be Yeah this could be misinterpreted but Dwayne the Rock Johnson. Like size matters in this case. You right if we're in our small New York apartments. He wouldn't even fit. No this man has too many muscles. He's too tall worked out. He would. He requires way too many sheets for the amount of bed that I have. My weighted blanket can barely contain me. It would probably be nice for him to like help me work out while I'm in quarantine. Antony would not be able to do that. Yeah yes much better I I will say The Rock does have much better eyebrow action. But you know that's not really not really at play here. I'm talking myself out of it now but also like the rock seems very entertaining and would probably be like really fun to watch movies with and like as far as is eyebrows. Go like he's very expressive. And I feel like he would actually be pretty fun to have around. I mean yeah. We're not saying like we have to kill the Rock. I will say Anthony has been doing what he's calling core. I which is a horrible pun. You can't really just take the first four letters of quarantine and slam that into another word but it is very delightful and he is very good at talking to a camera and it does make me want to watch him. Just eat food so I would happily do that. I saw Antony Antony it is next Henry cavill versus Jason Momoa are reigning two thousand Nineteen Hot Guy March madness champion Jason Momoa versus Henry Cavill. This is a superhero showdown aquaman versus Superman. I don't know I'm more Jason. Momoa HERE HENRY. Cavill super hot in his face is insane but he just also. I do love his dog though. He's got a great dog but I feel like he would probably pay more attention to the dog than he would me and I feel like Jason would really really give me a lot of attention during a time where I absolutely need it all right. I don't know if I agree on this one. I think to me this comes down to a question of Do I want to deal with more body hair or had hair What do I wanNA clean from the drain? When I'm on all fours okay but you what if what if Jason Shaved for you? Then they'd be more so in the drain. Never Mind I just would rather I don't know I don't really love a man with long hair personally? That's fair that's not necessarily the thing. I love about Jason Momoa. I'm just saying if I have to look at someone's hair for fourteen days straight. I don't want it to be a a long Shaggy Mane. Yeah I would much rather look at Henry cavill. Beefy Harry PECs then. I would Jason Momoa was smooth aquaman. Pex You know I'll give it to you. Also because I really do love Henry. Dog All right. So Henrietta is next. We got Dan Levy from Shits Creek and Kumail nanjiani newly beefed up Kumail. That's a tough one. That is a tough lineup. I mean Kumhal has a new podcast right now with his wife Where they're like giving tips on it because she is immunosuppressant and like has been quarantined before in her life. So I feel like he's he's like made for it in a way he's experienced but then it's Dan fucking them through I. Do I feel like I am disrespecting Dan? Levy in this case and this is like a you you know you pass on Dwayne the Rock Johnson. He'll be fine. The ROCK IS GONNA get over my passing him but I feel like it's like personal slap in the face to pass over Dan Levy but that being said I do feel like Komo. He has the he's got the whole pack really. Does also we can still watch Shits Creek. Let's just twist the knife even further by watching Dan. Levy with Kumail. I feel like we have so sorry Dan. We love you next Chris Evans versus Henry. Golding Chris Evans Captain America Out. Go Out of grid sweater action and knives out from Chris Evans. Henry Golding obviously Crazy Rich Asians He was in a simple favor. Is the very strapping husband in a simple favor. Last Christmas with Amelia Clarke. Deniro's I duNNo. Chris Evans says a gay brother Scott Evans who Are there like quarantining together? And I feel like they're specifically making content that is targeted at the gays. They know exactly what they're doing. He's milking that for everything. It is and Scott posted a video of Chris. Shaving his head. What I'm saying here is that a gay man trusted Chris Evans to cut his hair. And that's that's well for being quarantined together. I haven't seen Henry Golden Shave everybody's hair. This one's just unfair. Because I I really love Chris Evans so much and I I mean Henry. Golden is beautiful and I would like to look at him all the time. But I just know so much about Chris Evans and like WanNa just hang out with him anyway. Yeah no disrespect to Henry Golding. But I feel like it's got to go to Chris Evans. Sorry Henry all right next Michael Jordan versus Joe Manganiello whose name I still don't know how to pronounce. Even though two years ago. He won the first-ever Hawkeye March madness. And that's fine. I don't have to learn it because he's had enough that it doesn't matter So Michael B Jordan versus Joe Joe. Am So I feel like a big part of the quarantine partner is that it's just someone you'd want to hang out with a lot and I feel like I'd rather hang out with Michael Jordan also. He's unbelievably beautiful. Bright right or you get like personality but also something great. Yeah and like I feel like he beat. He can be goofy at times but also like he's probably a really good listener. I feel like I could really talk to him right so. I think that I'm going Michael B Jordan this round even though Joe was a reigning champion. Yeah and I feel like in years past the questions or at least the questions that got Joe towards a championship. Where all like okay. He's obviously a very strapping. Like strong can can break a tree trunk in half type of scary and I don't know if I wanNA spend a quarantine with that. Yeah all right next very difficult. Line up Chris Hemsworth versus Harry Styles. Ooh Now in the past people have been really skeptical about the fact that Harry hasn't made it very far but I feel like in an apocalypse. Harry's actually GonNa do pretty well especially quarantine partnering. I think I'd want Harry next to me. You know yeah I mean obviously I agree. I feel this. This situation is geared early March towards a Harris styles advancement. You know Chris Hemsworth. It sure he's got bigger muscles than Harry does. I'll give him that but I don't know Harry's got a bigger smile. Yeah yeah take that. Chris shows your goddamn him teeth for change. Yeah I feel like if I'm trapped with someone I I wanted to be Harry styles over. Almost anybody else agreed. We're given the wind. H Next Adam driver versus John Show. I feel like I have not gotten past version of address. No that's so unfair. I how I know. It's unfair but he definitely had like a renaissance this year. And you know I don't know why I Guess Star Wars. I mean star marriage story. Was He high marriage story did meter scream at Scarlett Johansson for too long. I guess I mean I am deeply like to my core attracted to Adam driver but once again in a quarantine situation. I don't know if I want his energy around. No just we like all I'd be able to see is girls out and driver unlike just like creepy masturbating for John Show. I feel like he be like sweet and just nice to be around. He'd be like cuddly. Feel he'd also maybe give me my space sometimes and he's also really really handsome. Yeah just a good respectful boy who could take us to white castle if we really had to drive of course. Obviously yeah. Maxed Idris Elba Versus Pedro Pascal. Well each has corona virus so Yossi sitting on Godspeed. Is that an immediate disqualification. Well I mean I guess in some ways it's like. Oh well maybe then you get it and become more immune. Maybe it's actually strategically better to be with. Idris right now than it would be to be with Pedro. That's true. I mean if we're getting we're getting really technical about it. Interest will have a PODCAST A. Yeah but I don't think ever be able to look at him the same way since he's stripping cats so that's true. He took off a robe in cats to reveal a naked body. That is so haunting. It is difficult to see his face without being taken. Back to a nightmare. Spot and is that the energy you want during a pandemic that we haven't even said anything about Pedro debating baiting the element and I think pager wins by default but also by his bone structure. Yeah grey bone structure. Great Voice I want to hear him. Like I would want Pedro as a quarantine partner just so he could read me like the velveteen wrap. It took a little while I love that. Yeah and he like almost beat the mountain during that episode of Game of thrones. Yeah Hell fight for you. And if it wasn't for like a last minute avenge Meyer. My Dad's sister or whatever he was doing he almost beat that very large man. So you know what I'm saying is he can handle a lot of me. Do next. Penn Badgley versus Winston Duke. Winston Duke is from Black Panther. Us Pen Badgley from you. This is you versus us. Wow you've versus us. What around I mean I have seen some people point out. That pen Badgley knew how to take care of someone in any Any indication he knows how to take care of someone who is trapped in a basement in a glass case. I do feel like he'd get like Kinky in a way that could really keep things fun but also he scares me sometimes yeah. His face is so sharp that I feel like it would like her to make out with him. His nose is pointy. That is obviously incredibly sexually appealing. But also I'm like I feel like you might like break the skin whereas Winston Duke. I feel like as a combination of like a teddy bear and a porcelain doll in a really beautiful way what what horrifying combination but like one one. That's haunted one that I would want to spend a lot of time with. Yeah let's do it. Sorry pen he'll be fine. He's got one of the Kirk Sisters next John Legend versus Daniel. Day Cam ooh annual day CAM also Confirmed Corona virus but he announced that he had virus and still manage to look like absolutely flawless and his video like front facing phone video announcing that you have like reburied terrible flu and you still look great and your skin is amazing. Pretty Impressive John. Legend is the reigning sexiest. Man Alive he's sexiest man alive. He could sing you to sleep. He could sing to you in the morning. I know that he does vocal rest. So he also is very good at like being quiet for a little bit Which I appreciate. He's also he's so cute. I feel like everyone on this list. He's probably like the cutest not. Do you know what I mean like. I don't know I don't think of him as like hot. All right tell on yourself. I think he's very attractive but I don't think of him as like a steamy. Steamy hot man. I think of him as like someone who's like so cute and good-looking. Yeah it is true. I feel like sexy as a weird word to describe John. Lewis and I don't know I guess it depends on your definition of sexy. I mean there's one photo in particular that Chrissy Teigen who I appreciate her like. Absolute flexing of like yeah. I'm buried a fucking John Legend and like I get to have John Legend concert every single day and she posted this photo. It was a couple years ago I think of him I it was like he had gotten out of bed and hughes naked photo of him from behind it was just like okay. I get is the photo says ass and it was amazing. What I'm saying is that drawn. Legends ASS is enough to move him forward. Let's do it next. We got will no sex the youngest contender. I believe an Jason Derulo. I probably should point out that. He's tender but he is legal. How old is all no sex? Let me just confirm he is twenty years old. Okay probably too young for my my personal taste but I just love the glow up. That he's had in the past year absolutely. I love how funny he like. He's so good at twitter and was able to take this moment that he had of having this like Super Viral Song and turn that into like obviously like taking advantage of the moment but enjoying it and like being a hilarious throughout the war thing And then of course we do have another person tainted by the smear of hats even though arguably Jason Derulo is one of the best parts of cow. He really did great and like he just had so much fun. You could just tell like if I were gonNA fuck any one of the cats I would. I would a rebel Wilson. How dare you and then be Jason Derulo? I feel like it's gotta be Jason Derulo. If only because we'll know sucks is twenty years old. Well actually might be too young. I was GONNA say he. He's so good at the Internet that I feel like it'd be really fun to be quarantined with him because he'd probably just be like endlessly entertaining and also his clothes are amazing and I would love to just like play dress up with him but I. I know I see where you're coming from and I'm good with Jason. I do worry about how often Jason Derulo says his own name. But I appreciate Yeah the the smoothness of his voice. What gave it to Jason. All right next Shawn Mendez tweet king versus MMA Luma. Who's probably at least we're most listeners. Beliefs well known but he is a Colombian God just fucking Look Luma and you'll thank me later if you're unaware of him. He has fifty million followers on instagram. So you're not aware you know you're in the minority. I like Shawn Mendez is I I have his face in my brain like very well aware did not know whom a Luma is and from the one photo I saw him. He's GonNa win this one. Yeah I don't I don't even have to know what he's saying for the two weeks we spend together. It won't matter also. Yeah I'll just respect to Sean. I really just can't stand his relationship with Camilla Kobe. Oh I don't typically come on like you know to your fucking vein. I don't W- it's whatever. But you know I just feel like they're shoving their heterosexuality in my face. And I don't like it. So obviously Luma next Oscar Isaac versus tyco. What T- t- Oscar Isaac Star Wars take a Obviously won an Oscar for writing. Joe Joe Rabbit and played Hitler in Joe Rabbit. A shockingly lovely version of Hitler and this one is a really really tough one for me. Personally I think there's maybe no man I am more attracted to than Oscar Isaac. But I really love Tiga. I think I mean I think he's so handsome and like so attractive and also I just. He's so talented in so many ways and like he's funny but he also does like man. Yeah I think this is a case of like there's a moment of Oscar Isaac from Star Wars where he liked kind of bites his lip when he's looking at the other Guy John Boyega and that image plays over my head like almost every second of every day but I do think this is a case of like who would. I actually want to spend nonstop time with for an extended period of time. And I feel like it's he's kind of a whole package maybe for me. Also he's Jewish. We can celebrate Chabad. That's right and he's from New Zealand. That hobby accent take it is. Wow this is really. Like I love Oscar. Isaac so much this is this hurts but I feel pretty confident in our decision next a battle for the teenage girl. Inside of me Zach Daffron versus Timothy Salaman-. Oh this one's easy. Is it for me? It is are you going with Timothy? Yes he's another one where I'm like. It's hard to differentiate him as a person versus a him as a character in little women or call me by your name first of all fucked peach each. You still haven't even seen Commie by your name. Because you're a homophobe. No this really for you is like this is a competition between the stars of your favorite movies are your friends and little women absolutely and based on those two movies obviously going Timothy. Shell I want nothing to do with that confronts character. That's true there really has not been any redeemable Zach Ephron role. No it's gotta be Timothy. He's got it all it's hard. Yeah I think the one the one drag against him is that he strikes mistakes such film school student. Or I'm like Oh that's I do and you know that he just like only ever WanNa watch some criteria like he probably wouldn't watch. We are your friends. Yeah I do think that Catherine has become the type of hot where it's like. I would watch you ride a horse on like a beach at sunset by that is a little difficult to do right now. Yeah we'll say Timothy Timothy say all right two more matchups. Trevor Noah Versus Andrew Scott Aka Hot Priest Aka Andrew. Scott all yeah. He was also in Sherlock way before we before hot priest was I mean high priest priest. Trevor Noah as an individual. He has been filming like quarantine videos from his balcony. Which as we know now a strike against the one percent if he has a balcony in New York City. It's like okay. Deity and Andrew. Scott his fellow Homo. So I feel like I I need to need to stick with it here for the community and finally for our first round Donald Glover versus Hassan Manashe. Where are you falling right now? I'm curious I feel like Kasama. Nausea would be buy go-to gut reaction. Yeah I like Donald Glover a lot. I feel like Assan would be like he'd be able to like tell me what's happening on the news so that I wouldn't have to consume it myself in a way that wouldn't make me panic and I'd be able to make out with his face all the time. You have an amazing face. Yeah he has that balance of like Q. Versus hot but it's very hard to straddle any he straddles it very well and I'd straddle him I will say a shoutout to the weird falsetto voice that Donald Glover does as childish. Gambino red bone is like you know incredibly incredibly satisfying but Sorry to this man. It goes through a son round one round. Two eight mattress. Apps are question is who be the better hunter gatherer? This is who would be the one who's able to strap on their face masks and go to the grocery store and You trust them to come back with everything you need. And if need be in society fully crumbles WHO's GonNa be the one going out hunting for game potentially warding off zombies. This is the the physical round we ready ready. All right. We're we're back to Antony Henry cavill hoof obviously we'd be better at the grocery shopping aspect of it. I feel like he'd really got that on lockdown but then when it comes to like once grocery stores are wiped out and we're going to like the hunting element of it. Henry cavill obviously can use a bow. Arrow. This is Tau Fit. Is this where is on how important that slash between Hunter and gatherer is? Yeah 'cause I would trust Antony well okay. We're doing a lot of heavy lifting in entrusting that anti knows how to make food beyond. Guacamole and I love this book cookbook and I love him so much. I would absolutely watch him. Come back with do like rats. The died on the floor of the empty store and I'm sure he could prepare a delicious meal. That being said the second society crumbles. I don't think he would. He would make fantastic hunter. But maybe gatherer. Though still I feel like can farm cat. Can he grow herbs? Iowa I would trust Antony to grow herbs okay. I don't think Henry could work with the earth. Yeah I also feel like Henry Cavill is. I'm making a whole lot of assumptions here. Also he's British so that automatically does make him smarter right in general but he's also the type of hot ram like. Oh you're probably really dumb where it just feels like. He'd be the type of person where you like. Make a grocery list and then he goes out and gets like all of the wrong things absolutely. You're like okay. Well this is not the brand of toilet paper that we use Henry. Yeah I feel like we gotta give it to Antony and just pray that society doesn't fall. Let's do it. Okay next. Kumail Nanjiani versus Chris Evans. Or you're GONNA get difficult. It is something about the fact that Kamal like just got super ripped makes me feel like he would be able to like see the task of hunting and just absolutely master it young. I would trust him with my life. Yeah and Chris Evans like I think that he definitely could do the grocery shopping and I feel like he'd be really good in a garden but I don't know something about Kamala just is speaking to me in this. One ya-ya agree. I think Chris Evans is obviously very attractive. Obviously he can wear a chunky sweater. He does have like what strikes me as like magazine. Hots Or you're just like okay. You look gray in a spread. Do I trust you go grocery shopping? Do I trust you to handle the self-checkout machine at CBS? No let's face it absolutely not. Hey who malls like we got a we got a winner here next Michael Jordan versus Harry styles. Ooh That's tough that is have I don't want to appear biased. Even clearly uncompromised okay. Let's talk it through. Let's talk through in this case. British does make you smarter. Sarah go keeping with the theme and the facts. I feel like Harry styles would be the type of person to like. Put his life at risk to give you a pint of ice cream peak hours at the grocery store. You're like I fucking near the Cherry Garcia. Right Now ben and Jerry's if I don't get it within the next fifteen minutes I will set this house on fire and then he would go out despite your drama put himself at risk exposing himself to other people in order to get you that. Ice Cream. That's all fair and I I really he does that for you one day and I feel like you'd be like I want a pint and he'd come back with Laker Dallin. Yeah Yeah Michael. Jordan seems very practical. I think he'd probably like really try to make you eat a lot of salad in a way that I would not appreciate true true. I think he probably would be better at hunting. But I feel like Harry styles. I could see him fishing. Assure just a nice gentle fishing experience. I also think that like yeah you send you a a man out to get groceries and Harry would be the type to sneak in a couple of packages of like Oreos which like you need in this scenario rate and Michael Jordan. No we have to only eat salad. Exactly Harriet as we talked through. We arrived at the logical answer next John. Show versus Pedro. Pascal I mean my instinct is Pedro. Yeah I mean we saw him fight he can definitely hunt and I feel like he'd be great with a grocery shop. I honestly I just WANNA see him. Hold a little basket. I was thinking the same exact thing like how would he looked just like walking the aisles of like Empty Grocery Store John Show. I no disrespect. I just feel like He. He wear like a Cardigan in a way that would upset me very applicable to this category. I it just feels like an insistence on wearing a Cardigan to the point. Where it's like okay you are. Your chest is vulnerable. You're exposed but it's like oh no we need to act like we're going to a library. Chill John Okay. Next Winston Duke versus John Legend. John Legend definitely can grocery shop. He's married to Chrissy Teigen. He clearly has gone grocery shopping. Before I feel like if you're married to Chrissy you probably know your way around a store To get a lot of ingredients considering how often that she's tweeted like I need a random person to bring me bananas right now more than once I have to say. I don't know how good John Legend actually is. At Grocery shopping. She has to resort to just asking to be on the Internet to bring her bananas. That's also when it comes to the hunting aspect of this. I think Winston would be better if this outfit and I want this to be the sole reason that he's saying says every round babe he really he really has the look. Winston sounds like sounds like he's moving forward. Let's do it all right next. Jason Derulo versus MMA Luma again. Really the only thing I know about me is that he is the hottest personalized right. Now what I want to see him in a grocery store yes what? I wanted to see him. Just absolutely murder animal for my food. Yes like this is the case. Where I'm like you stay here. I'll go get the groceries like fame a better hunter gatherer for he would have put that instinct in me and there is something about Jason. Derulo that I absolutely would not trust with a grocery list or hunting. Or I'm like okay. Let's I just feel like Hugh Hewitt have a very short attention span. You're talking about him that like I feel like he'd like walked past a playground on the way to the grocery store. And then just start doing monkey bars. Okay then I lose lose the Grocery List. It would fall out of his pockets while he's just like doing acrobats. Yeah all right Ma-ma Malone it is a man I do not know next. Tyco T. T. an timothy shallow. May I love Timothy? I feel like he'd only be able to like go. And like comeback with Brie and grapes. And and like who'd reborn all Timothy knows is charcuterie boards whereas Taika I mean he I think he could shop and I think he could hunt and I'm saying this only because I assume everyone in New Zealand knows how to hunt. Yeah I agree and I do think. Yeah Timmy Timmy. I'll call him now. Does seem like like you would send him to trader Joe's to get wine and he wouldn't understand that means to buck truck right like I feel like he insists on only drinking good wine. And it's like we're all dying what you understand about this. Just get whatever the fuck. Is there all right? High cut is it's like with each passing round. I just love him more and finally for this round Andrus God versus Assam Knowledge We got the British smart thing again. Andrew Yeah I do feel like I just trust. Asama nausea more. Yeah what is it about him? It's just happen. Very soothing voice explanatory. It's like sitting you down telling you that he's getting a divorce and then it's not your fault. But before he goes he ordered you groceries. Yeah he'd still take care of you. You know that he'd always pay child support. Yeah he would like even if he abandoned you he would leave money so that you could go to the grocery store yourself. So in the scenario Andrew Scott sounds like you should win because he's staying by ball. He's the one who's still there. But even in that case like Hassan would go and like hunt and then find a way to freeze that. Meet and send it to you too. Yeah I I agree. I give it to him all right all right next round. Best cuddle partner responding a lot of times indoors. We're talking about who? Who are we wanting to specifically be stuck on a couch with stuck in bad way? Yeah who we cuddling up against Antony versus Kumo. Actually they both be pretty good cutler's but I feel like Antony would like only cuddle when he wants to cuddle okay. Yeah like he'd want to cuddle but you wouldn't be able to like mess up his hair right and like if you really wanted just like just like a quick spoon. And he wasn't in the mood or wasn't in the room he wouldn't come all the way back into the room. Getting better and spoon you for a minute. I say this because I did recently. Ask Alex to do that because I just needed to be held and he absolutely came back to the room and came back in bed. I mean I believe that he entity would do that. But Y- I think okay of the two Komal definitely feels like a because he has that experience of being like a Wimpy nerd. I'm definitely just protecting that. This is pre ripped Kamau right. He's built he's humbled right right. I mean I'm almost like is he to ripped now that it would be so muscley. Yeah but it would be like. I don't know wrestling a barrel of snakes. Oh my God truly my nightmare. But I don't think so. I think unfortunately we're GONNA have to smother Antony with a pillow and give it to canal are right next. Harry styles were says Pedro Pascal. Who would be the better cutler? I'm glad you said it so enthusiastically I yeah. I mean I think Pedro would be a great cutler but Harry styles he just wrap you in his arms also. We've both hugged him. Great hugger smells very good and I like he would like acquiesce to whatever big spoon versus little spoon situation. You Best Desire. Yeah Yeah. He's versatile that's what I'm saying not not applying any other context to that. Ah AH NOT VERSATILE YEAH. I feel like it absolutely like Shamin. He has the texture of like a blanket from childhood. You have never washed. You may blinky. Who's on my bed right now. Exactly and yes I said. Who and not that on my bed like it has been seasoned over the years. It is the perfect level of softness Yeah even if it's slightly grungy sometimes it is still like your grind genus. That is Harry all right Next Winston do versus MMA luma back to my teddy bear porcelain doll situation. I feel like Winston would be a better cutler. Yeah probably sadly for me Even though I would absolutely love to colo him also because it's like hard tootsie someone's face while you're cuddling depending on your cuddle position. So what's the point? I would want to cuddle Winston Oromo. Luma stands in the corner and I think that is the exact scenario we will go with and finally for this round. Taika Watt. Tt Verses Hon Manashe. Hassan has come a long way. But I think Taika is is going to be a better cutler. He just seems more snugly. I've I feel like yeah. Hassan Manashe He has that lake. Cute nerdy energy Of a you know. It's that like Kenan Highschool that you had a crush on. Who's like nerd? I might just describing myself but that you're like I would. You'd be very awkward. But you said it. I'd say I'm saying and then yeah especially considering. I proceeded that with absolute just projecting. Yeah I would say Tyco all right. Our Final Four Round. Who is most likely to jump in front of a coughing person to protect you thereby sacrificing himself our first matchup. Kumail Nanjiani versus Harry Styles. Man who may feel like in this new body wouldn't want to give it up so quick. Okay he wouldn't want to sacrifice himself at this point in his life. Yeah I do feel like Harry would would jump in front of a train that level of Moody. Yeah he yeah I mean have. You listened to fine line. He'd put it all out there for you. Yeah clearly. He understands the painful loss of heartbreak. And I think he wouldn't be able to stand losing me so he would jump in front of someone coughing to be like no take me instead. I couldn't bear to live with pain not again. I think we have our answer Harry styles. This is probably why we need a third person. Just as the over corrector against the Harry styles contingent. Whatever we're giving the people what they want and we're giving ourselves what we want. Yeah all right. The other matchup is Winston Duke versus Taika Wtih. I feel like tyco again. I feel like it's just a gut reaction again. I feel like he would really just put himself out there to protect me and Winston I I feel like we don't know each other well enough. And that he'd hesitate. I don't think TYCO would hesitate. You know right. I think he would just do a second nature. Unquestioningly doesn't even matter. If it wasn't a real cough he would jump at the drop of a dime to save you. We'll give it to him. This is a very interesting last matchup job that means we have our final two Harry styles versus Tyco not all right for our final match up our question for Harry versus Taika is who would be more likely to shoot you in the face and put you out of your misery. Should things get that desperate and we're thinking Zombie apocalypse at this point yet doesn't this is not specific to the current pandemic this Zombie Apocalypse? The world is ending Zombies are closing in on your enclosure. You've been betting which one is was more likely to to swallow it and say goodbye. Even though I already said the reason that Harry advanced last round was that he couldn't deal with the. Yeah and I think that's really working against him here and I feel like in the same way that tyco would jump in front of someone for a cough. He would also jump on that trigger and just end it for you and also like I think he'd be okay I think he'd he'd make it through. I can't end this way. We're so close is that is that how it's ending. Well what do you think you can talk yourself back all right? Let's talk this out. Though in the previous situation it was someone is coughing. Neither of you are infected. He jumps in front of the person to protect you. So it's like if one of you has to die. He would take the bullet right in this case. You are the one who is dying. And it's a question of who has more empathy like right has who has the stomach to be like. I don't WanNa see you suffer. It's getting too okay. Look the point is. He's a riot a fine line level album about this no matter what 'cause. I'm on my way out whether or not there's an audience to hear it exactly in which case I would actually argue that I would prefer he be the one to kill me because it would inspire art right. What inspired that that masterpiece that would come from that in a way that it's like I'm sure tyco would write an amazing movie about it but I would rather an album written about me than a movie. Yeah especially if I didn't have control over. Who is playing the in the movie and like knowing Taika he probably would choose to play you himself. Yeah and honestly that is by ideal situation of in terms of someone. Writing an album about me is like inspire someone to be so heartbroken that they write an album about me but because it's the apocalypse and everybody else's also dying no buddy else will be able to put themselves into my shoes and make it about them right so it'd be exclusively about me and for me. I like this started as who would shoot you an end with. Who would make better art about you once murder me and then make our about me. That's all I want. And it seems like Harry. Styles is the man to do that. I think we talked ourselves back into it. And that is the winter of Twenty Twenty Hot Guy March Madness Harris styles if finally happened annual championships and Harry styles unsurprisingly. But listen it we did it the proper way and I only put my finger on the scales a little bit a little bit and say this really has just made me love. Taika and I feel like I'm just GonNa go watch one of his movies. Now Yeah Harry styles you will have to come on the podcast to collect your prize but thank you so much for listening. And that's it for the twenty twenty apocalypse addition of Hawkeye March Madness We tweeted out the bracket that we used. You can go onto unhappy. Our pod on twitter take a look at the bracket. Fill it out yourself Maybe you'll come to a different conclusion than we did. But if if you did I'll shoot you face and let us know. Thanks for playing. Oh all right. We're almost there. We're almost at the end of the show. But first our chasers chasers are the good stuff that helps other bad stuff. Go down easier starting with the TV. We've been watching this week. Berry what you've been watching. Somehow I have had less time to watch TV. I know it isn't doing understand. I think it's because we were like cooking these kind of elaborate meals that take a long time to make so. I'm like working during the day. And then it just takes me so long to eat but but really the answer is we've been re watching the X. Files and just like going back to old episodes we haven't seen and watching like the monster episodes because it's been like Kinda hard to get into something new right now. I tried to get into peaky. Blinders my dad. Who will listen to this? And we'll get upset with me is obsessed with it and I watched three episodes and I was very bored. So yeah just been watching old x files episodes and really loving it nice. Have you seen peaky blinders I think I started it like a long time ago and never really committed to it. But I heard it's fine. Yep My dad loves it and I love my dad so he gave it. We gave it a shot. That's what counts. What are you watching this week? All right I have finished it yet. I'm sure I will have finished by the time this comes out. But yesterday I started tiger king on Net flicks. Have you heard of it? Yes I have heard of it. I Alexander definitely going to watch it. That is the next thing we're going to watch It's been like all over the Internet. Everybody's talking about it. It is one of the most insane things I've ever watched a documentary series about a guy who calls himself. Joe Exotic AK The tiger king. He runs like a private zoo. I guess you would call it. He's like a breeder of big cats like tigers. Lions all be above and he has he's also like the most eccentric person that you could possibly imagine like here. He is like a gay gun-toting bullet where like he has. This whole like catchphrase thing. Like if you ask a kid to draw like the most insane person could imagine it would draw Joe Exotic amazing in this story kind of centers around his rivalry with this woman named Carol Baskin. Who runs a big cat? Rescue Grio out of Florida and she is like an animal rights person who thinks that Joe and his private zoo are like absolutely horrible and that they take advantage of the animals and that they're abusing them and their rivalry is incredibly extreme. And I don't want to give anything away but it is truly like just when you think you've seen the most wild thing you could possibly imagine. And that's like five minutes into the first episode issues like every five minutes it craziness just doubles it's exponential craziness. I would highly recommend it as like completely bonkers experience. Every single person is so insane the weirdest person ever and it's truly just like absolutely wild. It feels like if a if a worse things verse story were an entire documentary series incredible. That's the highest praise and the best way to get people who listen to this podcast to watch that show good anyway. So that's what I've been watching. What is your non. Tv Tracer? My Non Chaser is Yoga with Adrian. It's a youtube channel by this woman. Who usually has her dog in it just lying in the background? But they're just yoga videos and I I love doing yoga and I haven't been doing it for a bit. And that's been like the best way for me to be active every day and she has short videos and long videos. I just really like her videos and I really liked the way. She teaches yoga. And she has a Lotta like short one. She has ones that are specifically for taking a break in the middle of the day. I've just found that. It's very easy to fit her videos into my daily routine right now and the way that I really appreciate and their free so that has really made a difference. Both mentally and physically for me this week. Nice really recommend it. So it's Adrian D. R. I. E. N. N. E. Yoga with Adrian. What about you? What's your chaser? I have two one of which I wasn't able to mention last week. Harry styles in the theme of this week's episode really had his tiny desktop and is very delightful. God I love the tiny desk concert series. And it's just you know it's Harry. It's a tiny desk. He plays a few songs and talks about them. And I love it so joy and then I might have mentioned this during last week's episode but I have been a baking obviously and I made some chocolate chip cookies. It has based on a recipe from bone apetit. All of this is like if you had me until like an algorithm and asked for my chaser this entire thing would me Harry styles thing and then a bone apetit chocolate chip cookie thing but the recipes called Brown butter and toffee chocolate chip. Cookie is they're so good and I highly recommend them and I can't believe I actually managed to pull them off but I did because I'm a master Baker so I highly recommend making these cookies and if not just know that I'm enjoying them a lot and that should bring you joy. Yeah it's really cool that you made all of those and told me about them and I can't have any it is true. I have been normally when I bay. I'll have a few bites of it myself for like you know staff some and then try to give as much of it away as possible. But now I can't so I guess I'm forced e of the myself and I will anyway. Is it for this week's episode. Thank you for listening to unhappy. Our you can head to apple podcast. Spotify stitcher where we get. Podcast hit that. Subscribe Button Rate US and reviews. But only if it's Nice I don't want to hear your Shit Unhappy Hours. They production of Pineapple Street studios. It's produced by Barry Finkel Melissa Slaughter and me map. 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Famous Fates: Cleopatra

Historical Figures

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Famous Fates: Cleopatra

"We hope you enjoyed this episode from our series famous fates. It's about the impactful lives in shocking. Deaths of history's most influential people to hear. Even more episodes each week subscribed to famous fates exclusively on spotify. And how will I know when it's Alexandrian Andrea on horizon. You will feel it in your heart CLEOPA. You will feel that God in your soul rise up they will welcome us. We Return with the forces of Rome at our back. Alexandria has no home to their kind. Bernice will not be pleased. The pleasure of your older sister is not my primary concern but she is. Our family is contingent truly necessary. Your mind of such youthful fencing. We're of the PTOLEMAIC line. We are no family we are a battleground of Gods. We Guide beautiful Egypt with only one another as competitors. There is no room there is no other realm as far as we must concern assert ourselves the fate of Egypt is in our hands and if we must bloody our own to keep it safe saddens me. Their niece was always kind kind to me as a child. Yet the moment you began to walk to speak to learn you became the enemy. Cleopatra we cannot trust our own blood only judge them and sometimes find them lacking God king of Egypt. Hail a loose caboose. Do you ride well very well men to experience the majesty of Alexandria and reclaim it in your rightful name and your Roman men will always find a home there as long as my true who line rules. Where are your sons should not return to her carriage? Dust cannot be good for a complexion. How dare you? The girl must learn in the ways of war. Lewis would sound like madness to my ears but who am I to question a God. Do you know what the name Cleopatra Means Noble Guinea's aeneas only that many of you women are it. It means the glory of the father. When I was born a sliver of my father sold passed into mind? It made me into the dodd. Who now rides before you? I urge you to reign in your beast for sure right ahead of us. Is that a front and a bad omen for your future and Alexandria Korea telling me a great federal. Of course I meant no disrespect. Alexandria will soon be yours again right. Well God King and you as well Cleopatra. Glory of the Father Indeed Hi Vanessa Richardson. And I'm Corduroy. Welcome to famous fates a par cast original exclusive to spotify each. We'll release five. Fresh episodes centered around a common theme such as Hollywood icons influential women or music legends in each each episode. We'll take a close look at the remarkable life of a different person with the help of voice. Actors will dramatize their incredible lives reimagining. Their greatest list and weakest moments then will examine their controversial deaths. Some deaths came too soon. Some remains shrouded in mystery and and some changed the world forever today. We're covering Cleopatra. The seventh fellow Potter empress of the NIHIL. Her death is memorialized memorialized in Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra but her life held an equal caliber of drama. You can find episodes of famous fates and all other podcast cast originals for free on spotify to stream famous fates for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type famous fates in the search bar. Famous misfits is a spotify exclusive. So you can only find it on spotify at podcast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Then let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast and twitter at podcast network. Now back to the life of Cleopatra aw after years of exile from Alexandria due to the interference of his daughter Baroness telling me to twelve twelve and Cleopatra returned home in fifty five BC but before we return with them. Let's backtrack a little further because to truly understand the story of Egypt's last Ptolemaic Pharaoh. It's best to understand the strange world of the PTOLEMAIC LINE in its entirety. It all began with Alexander the great the legendary Macedonian Indian leader who conquered much of the known world by three hundred twenty three B C upon his first visit to Egypt. He founded the city of Alexandria as his promised. Land only dies soon. Afterward has his empire fractured at the seams. One of Alexander's greatest generals took charge of Alexandria told me the first seeing seeing his chance and taking it he defended Egypt from outside invaders and took up the mantle of the Egyptian Pharaoh. This was an interesting tactic. Although Tony we had no connection to the past pharaohs of Egypt in terms of bloodline by adopting the traditions and imagery of the role. He reclaimed it for himself. And the coming toll AMAC line. One of those traditions was in naming. Most men were called told me and most women took the name. Arsenault baroness or Cleopatra. Over the years too key motifs developed the tolmie family would marry their siblings and they would kill their siblings like told me. The Twelfth Taught Cleopatra the seventh the toll of make line was a crowded one and if you wanted power you had to fight to make your voice heard well. Both kings and Queens were held in high esteem. Only a few women were ever able to rule alone. Death or imprisonment quickly found them. Such was the story of our Cleopatra's older sister baroness the fourth. When told me the twelfth and Gabinia stormed into Alexandria? They ended her rule and executed. Her Cleopatra was baptized by fire. Into this tradition of family really warfare. She became her father's Co regent and deputy at fourteen years old during a particularly rocky period and ptolemaic history their rule was spread wide across seas to Cyrus and Cyrus and the influence of the Roman republic spur discord as famine and floods wreaked havoc on Egyptian lands then in March fifty one BC Tola may the twelfth fell gravely. Ill father can you still see me any of course little Isis my glory. I Will See you until the heavens collapse in on themselves. Father you must stay strong. Egypt is not done with you yet. Were your brothers your sister. They fear the state urine. They cannot face you as you are. You stir me down as if I were twenty years younger. I know your soul remains a fire. You taught me the strength of the Ptolemaic Soul. You Have Great Ability Ludi Cleopatra Power of words and will it is the quiet power of women. The Unseen Force beneath beauty is in training. You always said Ed and father. I have a request for you. Today told me the thirteenth. He readies himself to lead those. Who should is your brother and ruler yet? I am the one you have raised for the position. Am I not while not in my original plan. Yes Cleopatra you are my true air but in the eyes of Egypt your brother is a necessity. I don't understand father. He's too rash. When Ptolemy the first founded our dynasty he founded it on the tradition of the gods before him to every horace there must be isis and for each isis? A Horse in turn would this world in its current state. I believe too dangerous for you alone in your mind. Truly isn't the same as it once was odor you you're still my daughter and I obey as I always do father but I know that Egypt who one day be mine alone. This family grows weaker by each generation. honoration it is my blood that leads us into a true future. I will not mingle it with my brothers. Take this as my final lesson then. Rises is as far as you can daughter but keep your eyes from drifting to the sky for it leaves you exposed rest and rest assured my rain will be the last insecure one in the history of the world. I would bring our Egypt to the sky with me. mm-hmm within days Tola May. The twelfth passed away and Cleopatra and her Middle Brother Tola may the thirteenth were declared joint. Regents of the Egyptian Kingdom Kingdom Cleopatra was right about one thing. Generations of incestuous relationships did lead to health and mental problems in the family and told me the thirteenth gene was a week and rather ineffective royal presence. While Cleopatra Married the thirteenth they produced no heirs together. It didn't take long for her. Little brother to realize said Cleopatra didn't plan to share too much of the spotlight with him. You've gone to foster. What could it be this time? Little One how dare you disrespect me like this. For eons. The face of the Pharaoh has graced Egyptian coin. Now all that remains is your womanly visage. You left me no choice. Does tradition means so little to you. The Citizens Ben the neater us you must bend the knee to meet. I am the male heir of the Ptolemaic Reign. I am the chosen son of Alexander and just Egypt. Have Your eyes been closed your entire life. We memorized tradition. But I at least have learned. The world is a very different place than the texts. Give us hundreds of years have passed since the founding of our line brother. Even you must admit. Do you even want to be ruler. I I don't I don't care for the insinuation. Do not try to simply talk your way out of decorum you cannot remake the world in your image by removing mind observed me and you'll be proven wrong. While Young Cleopatra managed to raise herself above toll may the thirteenth in the public eye. It only urged him to go further into revolt. He turned to the legions of Roman soldiers left behind by Alice. Cabanas known as the Gubkin. Yanni you see Cleopatra. Oh Patrick had given up Goblin. Yanni soldiers after group of them murdered a Syrian governor son. Their Roman pride perfectly matched Tola may the Thirteenth Tola May the thirteenth kindled the anger of those who opposed. Cleopatra's Feminine Dominance and soon her enemies came home to roost Sister is that you keep your head down. My guards have checked these passages but one can never be sure of the shadows in Alexandria brother aims to have your head. At least he's learning how this leadership role actually functions. Only you could find something admirable and such treachery. I must be impressed. He reigned in his foolish impulses enough up to unify a force of more intelligent men against me at least to give us a game to play a game. Sister were fleeing for our lives. You could say unfortunately you have not made it very secure for the Tomac women. Have you noticed that we're the only ones left then. Let it be known arsenault. We won't be the only ones left for law still l.. You cling to hopes of victory. Where will we go? How will we return? Our little brother. Thinks he's the strongest man in the world. He's very very wrong. You know stronger not yet but I will will return to our story in just a moment. podcast listeners. We have a special treat for you our entire back catalogue of historical figures episodes are are available for you to listen to right now. That's forty-seven classic episodes of historical figures. Ready for you to unwrap this holiday season from the Ardo Da Vinci and Marie Curie Marco Polo and John Adams you can access all forty-seven exceptional stories whenever you want. And here's the best part you. You don't even have to do anything these episodes are already in your feet. And don't forget you can hear new episodes of historical figures every other Wednesday checkout checkout more podcast shows on spotify by searching for par cast in the spotify search bar or by going to spotify dot com slash. PODCAST now back to the life of Cleopatra as Cleopatra Cooled off in exile Toll Oh Lemay the thirteenth tried his hand global politics. He had his chance when Rome descended onto. Its first wave of civil war with would be dictator. Julius Caesar Aligned Aligned against the lauded Roman General pompey Caesar pushed pompey out of Rome and the generals retreat landed him in Egypt. Cleopatra had predicted correctly likely thirteen-year-old told me wanted to play with the big boys so when pompey got off his ship Ptolemy the thirteenth arrested him and then in front of pompey's vs wife and children the Pharaoh ordered the beheading of the infamous Roman Ptolemy thought. Such a bold move would win favor with Julius. Caesar it did the opposite also while pompey had become his enemy. Cesar was a Patriot in his heart and found the foreign execution. Distasteful and heartbreaking in response. Caesar himself stormed armed into Alexandria. Easily assuming command in the wake of Cleopatra and PTOLEMIES power struggle with a new man in charge one freed from petty concerns about Tradition Cleopatra devised a way to make her way back into power as Caesar took up residence in the Royal Hall of the Pharaohs Cleopatra Found aid from her old loyal servants servants rolled herself up into an ornate rug and was hand delivered into Caesar's chamber and place it there. I'll set it up myself. What Cory I figured you might be pleased leased to receive a gift such as me roll the content is surely welcome but the motivation must be questioned? Helped me stand. At least I trust. You have no hidden blade. Look Look at me Mighty Caesar where would I hide such thing. My Name Cleopatra. The seventh the laboratory rightful ruler of Egypt the exiled queen. I come and go as I please somehow. I doubt this shouldn't I as a Roman you of all all men should understand the struggle for viable leadership. I assume you've met my brother. The killer of pompey boy without a head took a true Romans for his own. Unforgivable forgivable bet is still under consideration consider no more Julius. Caesar I bring you your answer in the form of woman. Your words carry little logic. Hasn't as of yet but still. I feel purpose radiate from you as opposed to the cold sweaty desperation of your kin. You need only look upon my little brother to see weakness. Tell me do I carry any of his look in me no I see fire it solidifies. My core I've been told by many men I was born to be made into monuments assured self fluttering has never rung so true to my ears. I know the secret of Beauty Caesar Without Him Bishen without passion that wisdom there is no such thing as beauty. Life is not lived for statues or stone stone can barely really captured true essence. The greatest among us have so many monuments made because artists cannot help but attempt to capture if liquoring second of our lifelong fire and do you see such essence in any but yourself that is my final wonder I was carried here in a bundle of dust. And would you believe someone like me would be subjected to such treatment. If I did not believe that together my Caesar we could make such fine monument. It was nothing but charm. Cleopatra seduced the greatest man in Roman history to her side in forty eighty seven BC. Exactly nine months after first meeting. Cleopatra gave birth to Caesar's son Ptolemy Caesar the merging of two great families. His nickname was cessarion. Which meant little Caesar? She was twenty. One and Caesar was fifty two but with the birth of Caesarian. Cleopatra Sealed her alliance. Julius backed her claim against told me the thirteenth. This was the final violent reckoning of the PTOLEMAIC LINE PTOLEMY The thirteenth the raised an army against his sister and the Roman Cleopatra's last surviving sister arsenault fed up with her sisters plotting and perhaps fearful for her own life down. The rhode chose to stand with Ptolemy and the tradition that entailed with Arsenal's leadership a great aid to Tolmie. Caesar's forces became trapped in the city during an event that became known to history as the siege of Alexandria. It took Caesar some time to rally reinforcements. He captured Ptolemy. But the other side traded did the Pharaoh for Arsenault. Cleopatra promptly threw her traitorous sister into confinement while Ptolemy went against his word and continued the conflict when Caesar. You're finally broke the siege. He faced off against Ptolemy the thirteenth on the Nile. The site of Pompey's murder in defeated him once and for all as is is ships burned in the river. Cleopatra watched her brother drown. Caesar declared Cleopatra and her youngest and final brother told me the fourteenth eighteenth core regions yet this time we patras dominance was guaranteed in forty seven BC accompanied by both. The infant's is sorry on and Ptolemy the fourteenth followed Caesar back to Rome for the first time. This was a scandalous decision. On their part as Caesar was already married to California Yeti still housed his foreign mistress in his country home. Caesar went so far. As to erect a statue of Cleopatra. As Isis in the temple of Venus in the middle of the Forum Julian Tantamount to declaring her a Roman icon. She would continue to come visit him over the next three years solidifying her status in in Roman Society and angering the senators like Cicero and Cassius. Who Oppose Caesar's growing control and influence? This was already a momentous time with the defeat of pompey Caesar send it to another level eventually becoming consul without any sort of CO console breaking Roman tradition and establishing himself as essentially dictator for life. Cleopatra still held some power over him for instance after she introduced him to her astrologer. Caesar updated the Roman calendar is a hybrid with Egypt's creating what is essentially our modern Western calendar yet. Not every sweet. Nothing Cleopatra whispered in his ear worked its magic. Her primary concern was directed towards Caesarians Future Cleopatra. My Love I received word but it was locked in ceaseless debate with the tiresome. CICERO CATO's demise has only urge these fools onward in their campaign against me. I received word of my own regarding your nephew. Octavian do you choose is to oppose my decision. Making I come from a land where blood flows from the gods to the rulers. I only assumed the same would be true under the leadership of a man such as yourself octavian Venus my nephew cesare on your son a ridiculous name for a boy. He's already enough of a controversy as is. Would you like me to name you Queen Green of Rome as well. I've never asked for such a thing you know I haven't wolf you're with would eat you alive and I need to breathe it sometimes. I you get the feeling I am little but a stepping stone to you. Do not pretend I am anything but an after thought to you. I do not mind it Julius. I know I can never truly live in Rome but why would i Alexandria is Migrate Kingdom. I only seek to unify empowered. Both you seek a world order that the world is not ready to sustain. Do not not plan to wait on the world to catch up. My job is to lead is not our purpose or if you lost that too in the fog of your own power woman woman. Do not leave me here. That's why I'm leaving this empire. Julius and taking our son back to the one. He is suited to Cleopatra broke. Caesar's hard heart but before her carriage had left Rome her ex lover was assassinated by his own. Senators perhaps feeling inspired when she returned to Alexandria. Cleopatra proceeded to poison the final brother Ptolemy little fourteenth eighteenth died before he even reached puberty in all honesty knowing the reach of her ambition. Such a quiet fate was probably a mercy to the boy doing what Caesar would not ought Cleopatra Name so sorry on her co region the horace to her isis she prepared to raise him as the ultimate successor to both the Western and eastern eastern worlds. It was a perfect arrangement for Cleopatra's ruling style. Her Co regent was still swaddled in babies cloth and was completely under her control so she began again to make some big political moves. And the I was siding with this Assyrian side in the renewed Roman civil war while brutus and Cassius raged against the status this quo the new Roman triumvirate controlled mainly by Caesar's best friend in general Mark Antony and his heir apparent Octavian thought to hold onto the old Rome in forty one BC. Cleopatra is called before Mark Antony in Tarsus a city in Modern Day Turkey Console Antony Cleopatra of Egypt comes before you today Gods are excused. Lethal with me yes please gods I see so you come with Your charm in tact not to mention a grand parade at your back did I. I do not even notice such things anymore. I was very very prepared to dislike you. After everything I am always prepared to be disliked. Triumph here please. Julius was friend to us both let us dismiss the formality. I sense that your invitation was more of an order than anything else. Excuse any formal preparation. I may have taken in the public eye. I wanted this to be recorded. Quarter doesn't accusation. But there's little doubt in my mind that you're on the side of the Syrians. You need not look further than the name of my only son Lovely Cleopatra my true purpose and asking you here is request your help. I intend to make war against the Patriots. I must display skill above the sorts of my fellow travelers. I fear it would be the only way to hold room together. I am and always have been a woman of unification power must be held by the most responsible among us yes. There are rumors that you do not play well with others. You're dead brethren husbands. Speak to this. I did say I believe only the most responsible should hold power by any means. Forgive this digression. Julius always spoke of your beauty but I saw you at his villa. I thought perhaps success on his part but yet say I already know it myself. You are radiance incarnate. Nothing so complex. Mark Antony any I am a goddess and a Queen I simply know it to be true and so it is so it is so began. The partnership of Antony and Cleopatra Patra both in Love and War will return to our story in just a moment and now let's continue the story In December forty BC. Cleopatra gave birth to twins from Antony Alexander Helius the second in Cleopatra. Go Patrick Salim. The second while the two parted company for four years the next time Antony came to Alexandria on route for his war against the par theuns. He called halted his home and Cleopatra his wife without even annulling his marriage to Octavian Sister Octavia minor. Cleopatra had finally been able to wrangle a Roman man into her empire soon after came their third child tolmie Philadelphia's and with a few words Cleopatra destroyed the last of her our toll AMAC rivals off her command antony executed arsenault for her treasonous involvement with the siege of Alexandria. There were no more siblings to challenge her rule rule that is humorous only far from the Republic of Rome. Do I actually feel free. Calls calls itself Free Alexandria always has been says the Almighty Pharaoh. My people know what I have sacrificed for them. Of course they do my beautiful Isis and you will have to sacrifice no more together. We've created the family of a new civilisation. Tell me these plans. Let me hear them from your tips for Alexander. The lands of Armenia Media and Partha for Selene serenade perhaps Libya for little. Philadelphia's was Syria Korea Phony Shia and silly see of course all of these lands will be hours they already are but they have yet to realize if Caesar was our times. Alexsandr you and I shall be Ptolemy and what of Rome. What if that fall smelling place? You are a Roman man after all will you leave it to Octavian we. We already have our disagreements. It's only a matter of time until he turns on us. Then we will crush him too and I will give that city back to my son true. Caesar this I will do for you and the Isis and you will be above all the Queen of Kings never met a man who could match my words. It's before believe you have a few languages on me. Don't you good thing. We have all the time in the world legitimised in a way by Antony's presence Cleopatra and Cesario on rose to their highest level of recognition yet Cleopatra as Isis and sorry John as Horace Living Gods to the citizens of Egypt Cleopatra was determined to diverge from the line of Ptolemy insignificant ways creating her own dynasty honesty who hush my child. I've only come in to look on you. I'm a grown man. Mother barely twelve. My uncles uncles were dead and gone by this time in their lives. Your uncles were not. You always remember that I will leave you if my presence to Stir Ono beloved mother of course not I was not even asleep. You cannot find yourself in dreams. Nights are not restful for me mother ever since the grand ceremony with Mark Antony and your other children I feel as if there's too much for me to be thinking of. That is an admirable trait for a ruler. But you are not a full blooded one yet. Leave the worries for me for the time being. But if I'm your horace King of all civilization how can I ever sleep. It is a question I often asked myself when my father would keep me up late with my studies telling me endless tales of the bloody history of our line but that is why. I've done what I've done to end the violence of our family to make it a true family once again only from there. Do I see any peace. He's for civilization any true benevolent power. I shed blood in hopes of draining all the toxins from the world so that I may hand as you something pure and beautiful yet. You rely on Rome as your father did. Though I confide in you do not mistake it for subservience. Keep that blade from your words to not try to cut me with them. You will fail but I- excuse your perspective. It must seem that way to you. I promise my son. I am beholden to no Roman man. No Caesar or and I hope you know they all underestimate you. Everyone always does my son. They always have then. I will dream tonight. Mother of the day you stand before the burning fields of Western men and they beg you for gentle rain. Outside of Alexandria is Andrea Antony neglected relations with Rome and Octavian resulted in a final breakdown between the two final triumph hours in thirty three. BC Octavian in rallied the Roman Senate against Antony by appealing to their fear of Cleopatra and her desires to absorb the Roman state into her own by thirty one. BC Ed TV and had amassed an army with which to invade Egypt. Antony and Cleopatra prepped for Final War to fund her Army Cleopatra Dug into the long unguarded gold vaults of Alexander some decreed. This is a sign of weakness. But in Cleopatra's mind she was simply using the last of the resources left to her by her now impotent Tint ancestors. Her duty was to present day Egypt. That Summer Antony's navy sailed against Octavian off the coast of Actinium Cleopatra's. There's own fleet approached the Malay from afar my goddess spoke rises on the horizon. DO VISORS GIVE clarity. Who is burning Octavian in or Antony both sides where Roman colors and both sides take fire? The line is breaking in our direction. I believe Octavian has triumphed on this this day but Evelyn caught us. What shall we do damned food signal to him? We make a retreat. This will have have to be a ground war true. That will be achievable. I will not let Alexandria stent unguarded as that Roman ingrate rapes her shores. Turn the fleet. Antony has failed us. We're Cleopatra was no fool fool she would not be making a romantic last stand with Antony on this day not when her true love of Alexandria still remained her grasp. Her support would have been useless anyway away. The military minded of Octavian was too great Anthony's fleet broke and he too fled toward Alexandria with Octavian hot on his tail when Cleopatra tre reach her home the realization dawned this would have to be her final bastion truly accurate records breakdown here with multiple variations on the same basic a history Cleopatra along with her two handmaidens. Iris and Charmian took refuge inside of Cleopatra's giant monument to herself as Isis Day barred Lorde the doors behind them. Smart as Cleopatra realized that whichever Roman man reached her first Octavian or Antony neither would be pleased with her. At the moment it was true Antony was devastated at her abandonment but he had bigger problems when he reached dry land he could not rally his remaining troops to his cause on August first thirty. BC Anthony's army deserted him and joined up with Octavian Antony arrived at Cleopatra's figurative doorstep broken broken and alone. I know she awaits the end here. where else would she flea? She's used to fall. Her bodyguards led let me into destruction. where else could he go? Remi- any speak to me wealth boy seemingly the last true believer in Western civilization. I come with unfortunate news. She refuses to see me. Is that it. I give her an empire and she will let me rot on these part streets. I fear I fear the Pharaoh's dead. Impossible I fear she has passed from us. It is all gone gone. Can plutarch tells us that Antony then took a blade to himself in an attempted suicide. While again sources diverge plutarch's narrative continues tin us that even this could not kill Antony p lay in the street begging for death for anyone to finish the job when Cleopatra heard this still alive and well L. in her monument. She altered her plan. Perhaps a shred of love remained in her heart. Antony was brought before the still doomed Pharaoh as Octavian closed in on the city he was literally hauled up by ropes into an opening on the side of Cleopatra's monument. You you are too clever Isis Isis. Much too cool look at him. I get him water for the sake of Rome. Get me wine. The last cask belongs to you. You will not split it with me. I must keep my head for the false Caesar as I lay in the streets hurt his legions approach. I was almost thankful you're dead. Cleopatra you cannot allow him to capture you flee while you have the chance I will not leave my city to this barbarian varian. You're right about that. It'll be barbarous. He plans to parade you to the streets in a gilded cage. H He'll make you into the horror of Oliver home. He will settle for nothing less than your authored decimation. This you have heard the lips of my own soldiers before they deserted me. I thought he would go quickly Antony or better yet. Surrender yourself to the forgiveness of Octavian. We're all long past forgiveness. You know this here console Anthony Antony drink not Roman but it will do I clip outdrew leave. Children would live takes US Aryan. He has no story destiny before him. Now only a short one one if you truly care for your family Antony Antony my goddess he's gone rapid silk my goddess Octavian has breached Alexandria. What shall we do? I will see his face he will see mine. Octavian will see the woman who should have brought him low when Octavian arrived in Alexandria. He was led to Cleopatra's monument and found her and her handmaidens inside her own mausoleum. Halt fault all halt. It has been years. Never have I seen your face so close. What do you think overrated? Get to know me as your uncle did as Antony did you will come to realize that everything in life is overrated. Except for me enough. Your words are magic. No More Cleopatra the seventh fill out a tour you are now a prisoner room you sound more like an emperor by the day way better than some foolish power hungry girl. I am a giver of life. I doubt your manhood even prepared for such a task yet. Antagonize Haggen is as you please. I am stone to your fire already molded against you fitting you found me here in your grave. Oh now mm-hmm you will be coming with me room. I have your accommodations prepared. Have you heard gilded baas suited for the Queen of Kings. The people of Rome will welcome you into city limits this time with great fanfare and much Dong to be thrown. I would expect nothing better. From Romance Wants Good Fortune in your own future rule. I thank you for doing away with Antony. Saves me the trouble. His children will be taken. Care of by Octavia Avia a true mother. Not a false goddess. I I am grateful for that and Cesario Laurean the Little Caesar only a babe when I saw him last he is a strong boy. Intelligent I purge the week toll make blood I have given the world. A true leader. Do not forsake him. Yes well unfortunately. It's not good to have too many caesars bastard usurper. This is how you honor your adopted father. I- murdering his kin. I hear it is the Egyptian tradition. visit not men when God every portal in and out of here there are but three women. You should be capable enough cleopatra. I will return with your son's son's head and your magnificent prison. No you bastard. No Octavian had caught the greatest prize as of Egypt but even in victory. He made the same mistake. Many men made in dealing with Cleopatra while under guard the Romans allowed Iris and Charmian to leave and return with a basket of Figs Cleopatra of final meal in her beloved Alexandria when Octavian and his guards returned. They found the two handmaidens. It's passing into death and Cleopatra Far ahead of them for hidden in that basket was what was called at the time and ask now known as an Egyptian Cobra as she ate her final decadence Cleopatra had stretched out her arm and allowed herself to be bitten. The Queen of Kings went out on her own terms. She would would be caged by no Roman ever again. The Tragic Final Act of defiance and one that did little to save her plan legacy as Octavian promised Celerion was executed after serving the shortest reign of any soul Ptolemaic Pharaoh and the final one Egypt was absorbed by Octavian emerging empire and Western culture dominated the Middle East for years to come one has to wonder. Sometimes if Cleopatra acquired such a legendary rule without even achieving victory in her aims. How much more renown would she be? If she had overcome the Romans her battle to unify and consolidate power would have spelled out a very different kind of civilization with less division between East and West. While it's impossible to know if we would be better off. There is no denial of Cleopatra's ambition and her incredible ability to operate as a female political figure in a male dominated culture without a chance of her post Ptolemaic ideal. Cleopatra refused to be taken into the Western culture she he had long to overcome but the fact remains the ptolemies were doomed either way. Cleopatra Refuse to let their line be washed away she empowered herself and sacrificed suffice her entire life to create a new type of society. She became an ideological monument. A sign post in history marking the path forward guiding guiding the way to the future. Thanks for listening you can find more episodes of famous fates and all other park has originals for for free on spotify famous fates is a spotify exclusive. Not only to spotify already. Have all of your favorite music but now spot advise making easy for you. 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Transformation Week Day 2 - ENERGY

THE BRENDON SHOW

22:05 min | 1 year ago

Transformation Week Day 2 - ENERGY

"Hey my friends. It's short and welcome to special series of the Brandon. Show in this series. We're playing for you. Our entire program called transformation. Week doc transformational because a program that denise my wife and I did to help people really understand what are the key habits that we know from science will who'll help dramatically. I mean really dramatically improve your life. It was incredible video based program and online challenge that Denise and I did and and we wanted to capture it here for you in audio here on the Brandon show so for the next seven days will release a brand new day of transformation transformation week and you get the audio right here on the podcast. If you're somebody who loves video and you would love the resources of the tools that we recommend as as an example the downloads or some special discounts system products. We might mention. Please make sure you just go to transformation week DOT COM. That's transformation mation week dot com. When you go there again it was just enter your name and email? You'll be added to our newsletter list. But you'll be sent this entire series by email email where we summarize each of the days we give you the PDF's the downloads research the tools. Everything you'll hear in the audio on the Brandon show with that. I hope you enjoy enjoyed the series. Happy Twenty Twenty my friends. I hope you enjoy this year. And this really becomes a transformation week for you as you kick off the new decade eight of your life everybody. It's Brendon Rashard. Antony Antony's pressure that's my wife my cutie my sunshine and today is Transformation Week Day number. Two we're we're going to share with you. How do you generate more energy in your life session? Number one was all about. How do you get more clear about who you are what you want where you're going because because listen I think all transformation really becomes an starts from clarity but ultimately listen if you don't have good energy on that path you're toast and this girl has kept me healthy and happy Energetically for so many years. It's been like my unfair. Advantage is having good energy. My life spiritually richly mentally physically. Just being around people great energy and so we thought we talk about that because if your energy is low in any of those areas mentally emotionally physically we spiritually than life doesn't feel your presence and your productivity are jeopardized if you can't come in to each day with your maximum amount of energy or how to manage it. That's it so I mean if you saw the like I just finished a tour and went to four. Different cities spoke to four thousand people live but we really want to jump into transformation mation we can add a lot of value here. My first one is a very simple one and that just be responsible for the energy. You are projecting into this world. You know like your attitude the energy you give other people bowl like stop pretending that like the energy you have is just happens people say oh I don't know I just I just feel this way like no you had thoughts and you had conditioning that led to the energy you have today and when people are being mean or rude or negative often. They're not being thoughtful about the energy. They're projecting into the world but your kids see your energy. Your family sees your energy. The people you lead the people who watch you follow you. They see the energy. You're putting putting out in the world so be intentional about it and condition yourself so that you have the energy that you want and what you are putting out. There is energy your intentional about my whole life. I've tried be one of the most positive joyous people around me. Sometimes I fail at that in my marriage or or on stage or out in the world. But it's it's like something I worked so hard at because it's natural for me to be like very quiet very reserved which people never believe but as is a six time author. I'm kind of introverted guy to write my books but when I'm out with people I have to not just say I'd like to pull away energy. I have to go. No might might might part of our mission is to connect with people. Let me be intentional about the energy. I'm giving them versus sucking it in. Let me generate energy for the people around me. That's the defining Metaphor Ford in east of my life is the power plant. Doesn't have energy generates energy. You don't have any emotion or have any feeling ongoing over a period of time time you're generating by your thoughts your actions your conditioning and once you take responsibility for your energy in your life that's transformation beatty. Yeah and as a choice choice which yours My first one is to find your rhythm and whatever in the day make sense and for you and I think everyone's got different schedule throughout their day and I find the things that help you get excited or for naturally generate energy for you and find. Make sure that you're doing something with that. Every single day for us I think movement is a big thing that we are more energized when we exercise when we move around so if it starting your morning out with exercise maybe you make an hour earlier or maybe you wake up thirty minutes earlier. You meditate because that makes you feel really grounded and prepared For the rest of your day or you find you know working out in the evening after after you come home from from work or you're done with a bunch of Stafford picking up the kids or whatever it is that that's your time to set aside for you than schedule it there and and don't be so locked into that that can't change so as your life changes and maybe your transition or you're taking on a new role with a new new job or a new venture and that schedule is completely different. It's okay that may be something that worked for you in the past isn't a different time. Now just find a home for it so that you can continue to generate the energy at that you want to deliver your message to deliver the role that you want to be for other people and to be in alignment with who you want to be for yourself. My second point is about joy and that is I think if there is any defining finding emotion or feeling that we're all after is joy but we keep waiting for someone to make that happen for us or we hope one day we have everything we want so now we can be happy and successful and I just WanNa remind you like part of the mission in life is to bring joy to other people and so first evaluate your life I can say what are the things in your life that does not bring you joy. What are the activities that you hate? Can you stop them. Delegate them spend less time on them. What are things you really love to do? Can you give them more of your time. Attention and energy like you should have like a joyless I'll be like what's your overall joyless what what brings great joy joy into your life like for some people that's like spending more time with their kids or doing a specific art thing that they do or contributing a specific thing. But if you don't know what naturally brings you joy then I think well I gotta ask like what's up with you like you're an adult now you should know you should know that things things not just passion but like things that surprise you bring you genuine thoughtful joy I would say also bring joy like. Have you ever came over to our house table Britain which I bring some winds orders. You know potluck whenever you come under house bring joy your attitude that you bring into into our life is the most important thing so bring joy to the people around you like so many people. Because they've never been taught consciously how to use their mind mind. You know they just kind of go through the days. And maybe they didn't do as much personal development work as you guys have so they really struggle with random emotions and bad ab feelings and horrible self talk. So what if you could be the person who brings a smile to that waiter brings a smile to that. Stranger brings a smile that person you lead. Read what if you could be the energy pacesetter for the people around you. That's what I mean when I say bring the joy like you bring the energy around to other. They're people give them that gift of joy. Be The most positive person in their life because it was shock people. It'll make you better leader. You'll make you more intentional human and because your bringing enjoy enjoy you will ultimately feel it more because when you share joy with other people they showed that spark back with you in that magical. That's great it's a conversation that way yeah. Joy is a conversation on time. Feeling I love that. Yeah the loop which was my second one is to do something that empowers you in the morning so if you can start get your day off feeling successful and accomplished right off the bat. Then do something that sets the tone for your entire day whether that that is waking up and meditating waking up and working out if it's interacting with your kids are interacting with your spouse and having a moment of connection with them if it's going out into the world and if you have a team connecting with everyone in your team where everyone in the office I know my dad goes in and the first thing he does is he goes around around and says hello to every single person in the office and generates that connection and relationship with them. That really do uplift them. So find something and I'm going to challenge you guys to write that down today. What is that thing that makes you feel successful and empowered and gives you energy? That kind of you were talking about the joy and being a conversation. So what is it that you feel like you can contribute or that action or or thing or whatever it is for you that feels like it kind of pumps you up with energy not depletes you and you'll start your day filling filled up upped. You have more to give throughout and you've got more energy to spend on everything else that you want to accomplish. I'll share with you that I never thought I would share but no entering our forties and being in a place where you were with me or in our community when I had a brain injury in twenty eleven take think about but now I just tell people straight out like supplement for your energy and some of you already do that. You're like oh I love this what I can hit my starbucks. Give my caffeine. How my pre workout energizer all that stuff? I was the guy for years who just was anti that. I said I'M GONNA use my mind my will I'm GONNA physical condition myself that I have all have have this energy and then I had my brain injury and all of a sudden I had this like brain fog this mental fog this lack of clarity throughout the day I would be really sharp. You you know mentally like one or two three times a day versus like all day and I lost mental focus energy and mood frankly and it wasn't good and then as I've been more and more challenging my life to now speak to three hundred people for an hour and now speak to thousands of people for four days at high performance academy all of that growth in our industry is required to be quote unquote on more And sometimes like at superhuman levels. Like if you've ever had to entertain two thousand people for an hour try that for literally twelve hours a day for four days by Yourself like it is physically a marathon day literally burn as much as if I ran a marathon a day when I'm on stage and so I had to learn to like get honest honest and go my body can't naturally do that by itself. Some of you have tremendous stress. You should take some supplementation for that stress. Some of you have like extraordinary. Mary physical needs. Because you're working out so hard you need some extra protein right. I was just like anti any of that stuff but then after the injury I started studying eating a specific area called new tropics. which is like what you can do to optimize your brain health your mental focus your mood and over the course of like like six or seven years dying that in learning what is for me we have so much demand on our mind to be creative and focused and smart these days? You can't afford to be good for three hours. You've gotta be amazing all day. And so I talk format like visit with your doctor. Visit with your nutritionist. I I'm not saying this is appropriate for everybody. You should anytime you go to take. A supplement let consult your doctor's console nutritionist. Ask the professionals. But but I just say like keep an open mind that maybe if you've been really struggling physically or mentally or emotionally maybe need to go get some help and sometimes that means you know go and you're like hey look I we check your blood and your low in these types of things. Sometimes your doctor's like oh you're feeling fatigued all the time. Maybe it's because of this for me. My doctor told me. Hey Hey have you. Have you had a brain injury recently. And I'm like what no it's like. Nothing's changed in your life. You know just everything just and I was like well. Have you had any injuries I said. Well Yeah I snapped my wrist off. He said what happened happen. I said well you know I wrapped in a TV. When on this Bachelor Party with some friends he says what happened well? Throughout my hip dislocated my shoulder hurt my ribs. I You know but I got lucky. Did you hit your head a helmet on. He says what did you get like. Did you feel like you saw stars. Did you black out and I was like well. Yeah and I didn't think anything like well. Have you done a brain. Scans since then said No. He says well that might explain. All all these other symptoms you're describing to me so I shared that because if I hadn't consulted experts when I felt like my life is a little off like that brain fog. I was telling you that sudden mental fatigue that sudden mood changes. I was having if I told somebody about it out of never gotten treated and when I got treated what do they do. They put me on supplementation tation to increase oxygen and blood flow to my brain. And that's what the world of topics kind of does that's how I discovered how to do all this stuff and so I just share with you. Please be open. If you've been struggling to figure things out on your cell by yourself energetically. Maybe it's time to consult that nutritionist. Or that doctor actor and if all I could do is tell people all day long. Hey you know what consult the experts. That's going to be something of service to you. Because your physical energy your emotional like like vitality that stuff matters about how feels so take it seriously consumer experts. That's great my third. One is to be disciplined about your self all care so it kind of goes along with that in terms of supplementation but also in terms of your sleep. If you're you know definitely if you're not getting enough sleep I know that can be a challenge. Then set your alarm that tells you hey start going to bed and or start getting ready for bed and and if you're like me you kind of get a second win the new forget and then you're really tired but you don't feel tired She literally has that alarm on. Your phone says like two hours before bedtime. It says start getting ready for bed before your bedtime so as a start getting ready for bed or if I was talking about this the other day I found like I wasn't wanting to go to sleep because we were eating dinner so late. Start another alarm for like. Hey start making dinner just are starting to set those habits that set you up for success swift sleep because sleep without sleep. You can't cope. You have no energy and you'll probably be a little more irritable and short with people. You will not be quite as Sharp Aarp with your outfit or what you're thinking about so sleep If you meditate schedule your meditations if you work out I hope you work out if you don't in some sort of movement even if it's taking a walk and schedule that throughout the week so that you have a plan to take care of yourself whenever that is and then the other thing I would also also nutrition eat lots of Greens The other thing I would also say is to be responsible with your social activities as well well and how that impacts your energy I know for me. I am a huge introvert so when I was at the studio and I was on interacting with people all day who I I love. I was expending a lot of energy doing that and then I would come home and I would go down to the basement and shut the entire world out and and I was scheduled things with friends because I really wanted to see them but I knew I knew if I scheduled to many things. Even though I love is people I wanted to see them. I would would be out of energy so I just had to figure out what the right balance was for me to continue to be able to generate the the type of energy to actually spend quality time with people and be present in their presence to cultivate the relationships versus show up and just be completely wiped out out So for me I know. I'm an introvert and that may not resonate for those of you who are extroverts. But I know they're probably influence out there who are probably nodding cutting their heads. So just figure out what it is for you and it's totally. Okay that's just you you gotta figure rhythm and take care of yourself and everything else will balance out with the energy that you have so make a list of what those what those things are for you that number one and makes your rhythm throughout the week and what works and what doesn't work number two Those things that make you feel empowered in the morning and number three how you can take better care of yourself to be disciplined about your own energy. I love that I love of at mine. Were be responsible for your energy overall in your life number to bring joy on purpose to other people number three supplement where you need the help or the assistance. If your body isn't doing it on its own or you don't feel like you have the energy throughout the day it might be very basic nutritional things where you need some type of supplementation to support you. which is a new one for me? Jeff Howe just admiral something she said I think self care so when he will address that is some kind of luxury or one day. I will kind of thing. I'm like no if you haven't been intentional about like building and storing energy in your body physically and emotionally. I think you're missing out on the great qualities of life and so really really do that for me. My big breakthroughs were very consistent on sleep. If I don't sleep seven Hafer eight hours every single night. I take a nap during the next day at some point to catch. Yup I meditate pretty consistently every day once in a while. I miss a meditation fairly. Rarely do the release meditation technique. You can look it up on Youtube. It's called the release as meditation technique idea that Number three movement and mostly inspired by this woman. I work out pretty much. Five stays a week for twenty years. I've worked out every other day of my life and never worked out to like bulkier. Huge or ABS. I was like I wanNA move so so the next day I feel like flowing feel open. I have mobility. I just have the energy. It's never been for look. It's for the energy and so that's what I really WanNa home to you on this last part of this message is transformation week is all about transforming your life so my friends go be extraordinary. They saw for joining us in this session. In in our next session we talk about raising the specity as the critical difference maker between unsuccessful people and successful. So make sure you listen to that one with that. We'll see you next time. Thanks all right. 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S5: Love: Famous Fates: Cleopatra

"Her death is memorialized in Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra but the empress of the Niles Life held an equal caliber of drama. So if you enjoyed this episode on Cleopatra You should check out the famous fates podcast where you can discover the stories of incredible people whose grandiose lives were matched only by their shocking demise. Follow famous fates free on spotify in anywhere you listen to podcasts. How will I know? It's Alexandria on the horizon. You will feel it in your heart. You will feel that God in your soul rise up show. They were welcome as we return with the forces of Rome at our back. Alexandria's no home to their kind. Bernice will not be pleased. The pleasure of your older sister is not my primary concern but she is. Our family is such a contingent truly necessary. Clear your mind of such youthful fancy. We're of the PTOLEMAIC line. We are no family we are battleground. Of God's we guide beautiful Egypt with only one another as competitors. There is no Rome. There is no other realm as far as we must concern ourselves. The fate of Egypt is in our hands and free must bloody our own to keep it safe and saddens me. Their niece was always kind to me as a child. At the moment you began to walk to speak to learn. You became the enemy. Cleopatra we cannot trust our own blood only judge them and sometimes find them lacking God king of Egypt. Hail loose cabanillas. Do you ride well very well. My Menu into experience the majesty about eggs Andrea and reclaim it in your rightful name and your Roman men will always find a home there as long as my true line rules. Where are your sons should not return to her carriage. The dust cannot be good for complexion. How dare you? The girl must learn the ways of war. Louis Woods sounds like madness to my ears but who am I to question a God? Do you know what the name Cleopatra Means Noble Cabanas. Only that many of you women are it. It means the glory of the father when I was born. A sliver of my father's soul passed into mind. It made me into the dodd. Who Now writes before you? I urge you to reign in your beast for the ride ahead of us. Is that a front and a bad omen for your future. Alexandria telling me a great pharaoh. Of course I meant no disrespect. Alexandria will soon be yours again right. Well God King and you as well Cleopatra. Laurie of the father indeed. Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson and I'm Corduroy. Welcome to famous fates park. Cast original exclusive spotify each week. We'll release five. Fresh episodes centered around a common theme such as Hollywood icons influential women or music legends in each episode. We'll take a close look at the remarkable life of a different person with the help of voice. Actors will dramatize their incredible lives reimagining their greatest and weakest moments then. We'll examine their controversial deaths. Some deaths came too soon. Some remains shrouded in mystery and some change the world forever today recovering Cleopatra the seventh feel Potter empress of the Nile. Her death is memorialized in Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra but her life held an equal caliber of drama. You can find episodes of famous fates and all other podcast originals for free on spotify to stream famous fates for free on spotify just open the APP and type famous fates in the search bar famous fates is a spotify exclusive so you can only find it on spotify at par cast grateful for you hard listeners. You us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast and twitter at podcast network now back to the life of Cleopatra after years of exile from Alexandria due to the interference of his daughter Baronies Ptolemy the twelfth and Cleopatra Returned Home in fifty five BC. But before we return with them. Let's backtrack a little further because to truly understand the story of Egypt's last Ptolemaic Pharaoh. It's best to understand the strange world of the PTOLEMAIC LINE in its entirety. It all began with Alexander the great the legendary Macedonian leader who conquered much of the known world by three hundred twenty three B C upon his first visit to Egypt. He founded the city of Alexandria as his promised. Land only to die soon afterward has his empire fractured at the seams. One of Alexander's greatest generals took charge of Alexandria Ptolemy the first seeing his chance and taking it. He defended Egypt from outside invaders and took up the mantle of the Egyptian Pharaoh. This was an interesting tactic. Although Ptolemy had no connection to the past pharaohs of Egypt in terms of bloodline by adopting the traditions and imagery of the role. He reclaimed it for himself. And the coming toll AMAC line. One of those traditions was in naming. Most men were called told me and most women took the name. Arsenault bear niece or Cleopatra over the years too key motifs developed. The told me family would marry their siblings and they would kill their siblings like Ptolemy. The Twelfth Taught Cleopatra Seventh. The PTOLEMAIC line was a crowded one. And if you wanted power you had to fight to make your voice heard well. Both kings and Queens were held in high esteem. Only few women were ever able to rule alone. Death or imprisonment quickly found them. Such was the story of our Cleopatra's. Older sister baroness the fourth. When told me the twelfth and Gabinia stormed into Alexandria? They ended her rule and executed. Her Cleopatra was baptized by fire. Into this tradition of family warfare. She became her father's Co regent and deputy at fourteen years old during a particularly rocky period and Ptolemaic history. Their rule was spread wide across seas Cyrus and Cyrus and the influence of the Roman republic. Spur discord as famine and floods wreaked havoc on Egyptian lands then in March fifty one B C Tola may the twelfth fell gravely. Ill can you still see me? Of course Little Isis my glory. I Will See you until the heavens collapse in on themselves. Father you must stay strong. Egypt is not done with you yet. Were your brothers your sister. They fear the state. You're in they cannot face you as you are. You're you stare me down as if I were twenty years younger. I know your soul remains a fire. You taught me the strength of the Ptolemaic Soul. You have great ability. Cleopatra a power of words and will it is the quiet power of women the Unseen Force Beneath Beauty Training. You always said and father. I have a request for you. Today told me the thirteenth. He readies himself to lead. Those should is your brother unruly yet. I am the one you have raised for the position. Am I not while not in my original plan? Yes Cleopatra you are my true air but in the eyes of Egypt. Your brother is necessity. I don't understand father. He's too rash. When Ptolemy the first founded our dynasty he founded it on the tradition of the gods before him to every horace there must be isis and for each isis. A Horse in turn this world in its current state. I believe too dangerous for you alone in your mind. Truly isn't the same as it once was how dare you. You're still my daughter and I obey as I always do father but I know that Egypt who one day be mine alone. This family is weaker by each generation. It is my blood that leads us into a true future. I will not mingle it with my brothers. Take this as my final lesson rise as far as you can daughter but keep your eyes from drifting to the sky for it leaves you expose low rest and rest assured my rain will be the last insecure one in the history of the world. I would bring our Egypt to the sky with me within days. Tola May. The twelfth passed away and Cleopatra and her Middle Brother Tola may the thirteenth were declared joint regions of the Egyptian Kingdom. Cleopatra was right about one thing. Generations of incestuous relationships did lead to health and mental problems in the family and told me the thirteenth was a week and rather ineffective royal presence. While Cleopatra Married the thirteenth they produced no heirs together. It didn't take long for her little brother to realize that Cleopatra didn't plan to share too much of the spotlight with him. You've gone to foster. What could it be this time? Little One how dare you disrespect me like this? For eons the face of the Pharaoh has gray storage option coin. Now all that remains is your womanly visage. You left me no choice. Does tradition means so little to you while Citizens Ben the Nita us. You must bend the knee to me. I am the male heir of the Ptolemaic Reign. I am the chosen son of Alexander's Egypt. Have Your eyes been closed your entire life? We memorized tradition. But I at least have learned. The world is a very different place than the techs give us. Hundreds of years have passed since the founding of our line brother. Even you must admit. Do you even want to be ruler? I I do not care for the insinuation do not try simply talk your way out of decorum. You cannot remake the world in your image by removing mine. Observe me and you will be proven wrong. While Young Cleopatra managed to raise herself above Tola may the thirteenth in the public eye. It only urged him to go further into revolt. He turned to the legions of Roman soldiers left behind by Alice. Cabanas known as the Gubkin. Yanni you see. Cleopatra had given up Goblin Yanni soldiers after group of them. Murdered a Syrian governor son. Their Roman pride perfectly matched toll may the thirteenth. Tola made the thirteenth kindled. The anger of those who opposed. Cleopatra's Feminine Dominance and soon her enemies came home to roost. Sister is that you keep your head down. My guard have checked these passages but one can never be sure of the shadows in Alexandria. Brother aims to have your head least. He's learning how this leadership role actually functions. Only you could find something admirable in such treachery. I must be impressed. He reigned in foolish impulses enough to unify a force of more intelligent against me. At least to give us a game to play a game sister were fleeing for our lives. You could say unfortunately you have not made it very secure for the toll amac women. Have you noticed that we're the only ones left? Then let it be known arsenault. He won't be the only ones left for low still you cling to hopes of victory. Where will we go? How will we return? Our little brother. Thinks he's the strongest man in the world. He's very wrong. You know stronger not yet. But I will return to our story in just a moment now. Back to the life of Cleopatra as Cleopatra Cooled off in exile toll on May the thirteenth tried his hand at global politics. He had his chance when Rome descended onto. Its FIRST WAVE OF CIVIL WAR WITH WOULD BE DICTATOR. Julius Caesar Aligned against the lauded Roman general pompey. Caesar pushed pompey out of Rome and the generals retreat landed him in Egypt. Cleopatra had predicted correctly. Thirteen-year-old told me to play with the big boys so when pompey got off his ship Ptolemy the thirteenth arrested him and then in front of pompey's wife and children the Pharaoh ordered the beheading of the infamous Roman Ptolemy thought such a bold move would win him favor with Julius. Caesar it did the opposite while pompey had become his enemy. Cesar was a Patriot in his heart and found the foreign execution distasteful heartbreaking in response. Caesar himself stormed into Alexandria easily. Assuming Command in the wake of Cleopatra and Ptolemy Power Struggle with a new man in charge one freed from petty concerns about Tradition Cleopatra devised a way to make her way back into power as Caesar took up residence in the Royal Hall of the Pharaohs Cleopatra. Found aid from her old loyal servants rolled herself. Up into an ornate rug and was hand delivered into Caesar's chamber and place it there. I'll set it up myself. What Cory I figured you might be pleased to receive a gift such as me while the content is surely welcome but the motivation must be questioned. Held me stand. At least I trust. You have no hidden blade. Look at me Mighty Caesar. Where would I hide such thing? My Name Cleopatra. The seventh the laboratory rightful ruler of Egypt the exiled queen. I come and go as I please somehow. I doubt this shouldn't I as a Roman you of all men should understand the struggle for viable leadership. I assume you've met my brother. The killer of pompey boy without a head took a true Romans for his own. Unforgivable bet is still under consideration. Consider no more Julius. Caesar I bring you your answer in the form of woman. Your words carry little logic. Hasn't yet but still I feel purpose radiate from you as opposed to the cold sweaty desperation of your kin. You need only look upon my little brother to see weakness. Tell me do I carry any of his look in me no I see. Fire it solidifies. My core I've been told by many men I was born to be made into. Monuments assured self flutter has never rung so true to my ears. I know the secret of Beauty Caesar. Without Him Bishen without passion that wisdom there is no such thing as beauty. Life is not lived for statues or stone stone can barely captured true essence. The greatest among us have so many monuments made because the artists cannot help but attempt to capture if liquoring second of our lifelong fire and do you see such essence in any but yourself that is my final wonder. I was carried here in a bundle of dust. And would you believe someone like me would be subjected to such treatment? If I not believe that together my Caesar we could make such fine monument was nothing but charm Cleopatra seduced the greatest man in Roman history to her side in forty seven BC. Exactly nine months after first meeting. Cleopatra gave birth to Caesar's son Ptolemy Caesar the merging of two great families his nickname was Suryadi. Which meant little Caesar? She was twenty. One and Caesar was fifty two but with the birth of Cesario on Cleopatra Sealed her alliance. Julius backed her claim against told me the thirteenth. This was the final violent reckoning of the PTOLEMAIC LINE PTOLEMY The thirteenth raised an army against his sister and the Roman Cleopatra's last surviving sister arsenault fed up with her sisters plotting and perhaps fearful for her own life down. The road chose to stand with Ptolemy and the tradition that entailed with Arsenal's leadership a great aid to told me Caesar's forces became trapped in the city during an event that became known to history as the siege of Alexandria. It took some time to rally reinforcements. He captured Ptolemy but the other side traded the Pharaoh for Arsenault. Cleopatra promptly threw her traitorous sister into confinement while Ptolemy went against his word and continued the conflict when Caesar finally broke the siege. He faced off against Ptolemy the thirteenth on the Nile. The site of Pompey's murder in defeated him once and for all as his ships burned in the river. Cleopatra watched her brother drown. Caesar declared Cleopatra and her youngest and final brother told me the fourteenth coal regions yet. This time Cleopatra's dominance was guaranteed in forty seven. Bc accompanied by both. Infants is sorry on and told me the fourteenth followed Caesar back to Rome for the first time. This was a scandalous decision. On their part as Caesar was already married to cal purnea yet still housed his foreign mistress in his country home. Caesar went so far. As to erect a statue of Cleopatra. As Isis in the temple of Venus in the middle of the Forum Julian Tantamount to declaring her a Roman icon. She would continue to come visit him over. The next three years solidifying her status in Roman Society and angering the senators like CICERO and Cassius. Who Oppose Caesar's growing control and influence. This was already a momentous time with the defeat of pompey Caesar send it to another level eventually becoming console without any sort of CO consul breaking Roman tradition and establishing himself as essentially dictator for life. Still held some power over him for instance after she introduced him to her astrologer. Caesar updated the Roman calendar as a hybrid with Egypt's creating what is essentially our modern Western calendar yet. Not every sweet. Nothing CLEOPATRA WHISPERED IN HIS EAR. Worked its magic. Her primary concern was directed towards Serena's future Cleopatra. My Love I received word but was locked in ceaseless debate with tiresome CICERO. Kato's demise has only urged these fools onward in their campaign against me. I received word of my own regarding your nephew Octavian. Do you choose to oppose my decision. Making I come from a land where blood flows from the gods to the rulers. I only assumed the same would be true under the leadership of a man. Such as yourself Octavian. Is My nephew cesare on your a ridiculous name for a boy. He's already enough of controversy as is. Would you like me to name you queen of Rome as well? I've never asked for such a thing you know. I haven't the wolf your with would eat you alive and I need to breathe it. Sometimes I get the feeling I am little but a stepping stone to you. Do not pretend I'm anything but an afterthought to you I do not mind Julius. I know I can never truly live in Rome. But WHY WOULD I? Alexandria is Migrate Kingdom. I only seek to unify and empowered. Both you seek a world order that the world is not ready to sustain. Do not plan to wait on the world to catch up. My job is to lead is not our purpose or if you lost that too in the fog of your own power woman woman. Do not leave me here. That's why I'm leaving this empire. Julius and taking our son back to the one. He is suited to Cleopatra broke. Caesar's hard heart but before her carriage had left Rome. Her ex lover was assassinated by his own. Senators perhaps feeling inspired when she returned to Alexandria. Cleopatra proceeded to poison the final brother Ptolemy little fourteenth died before he even reached puberty in all honesty knowing the reach of her ambition. Such a quiet fate was probably a mercy to the boy doing what Caesar would not Cleopatra Name Sorry on her co region the horace to her isis she prepared to raise him as the ultimate successor to both the Western and eastern worlds. It was a perfect arrangement for Cleopatra's ruling style. Her Coal region was still swaddled in babies cloth and was completely under her control so she began to make some big political moves. And the I was siding with this. Assyrian side in the renewed Roman civil war while brutus and Cassius raged against the status quo the new Roman triumvirate controlled mainly by Caesar's best friend General Mark Antony and his heir apparent octavian fought to hold onto the old Rome and forty one BC. Cleopatra is called before Mark Antony in Tarsus a city in Modern Day Turkey Console Antony Cleopatra of Egypt comes before you today. Gods are excused. Lethal with me yes please guards I see you come with your charm intact not to mention a grand parade at your back did I. I do not even notice such things anymore. I was very prepared to dislike you. After everything. I am always prepared to be disliked triumph please. Julius was friend to us both let us dismiss the formality. Hyacinths the invitation was more of an order than anything else excuse. Any formal preparation may have taken in the public eye. I wanted this to be recorded as an accusation. But there's is little doubt in my mind that you're on the side of the Syrians. You need not look further than the name of my only son Lovely Cleopatra. My true purpose and asking here is to request your help. I intend to make war against pathogens. I must display skill above the sorts of my fellow travelers. I fear it would be the only way to hold Rome together. I am and always have been a woman of Unification. Power must be held by the most responsible among us yet. There are rumors that you do not well with others. You're dead brethren husbands. Speak to this. I did say I believe. Only the most responsible should hold power by any means. Forgive this digression. Julius always spoke of your beauty but I saw you at his villa. I thought perhaps it was saturation on his part but yet say I already know what myself. You are radiance incarnate. Nothing so complex Mark Antony. I am a goddess and Queen. I simply know it to be true and so it is so it is so began the partnership of Antony and Cleopatra Both in love and War we'll return to our story in just a moment and now let's continue the story. In December Forty Cleopatra gave birth to twins from Antony Alexander Helius the second in Cleopatra. Selene the second while the two parted company for four years the next time Antony came to Alexandria on route for his war against the par theuns. He called it his home and Cleopatra his wife without even annulling his marriage to Octavian Sister Octavia minor. Cleopatra had finally been able to wrangle a Roman man into her empire soon after came their third child Ptolemy Philadelphia's and with a few words Cleopatra destroyed the last of her ptolemaic rivals off her command antony executed arsenault for her treasonous involvement with the siege of Alexandria. There were no more siblings to challenge her rule that is humorous only far from the Republic of Rome. Do I actually feel free wrong? Calls itself Free Alexandria always has been since the Almighty Pharaoh. My people know what I have sacrificed for them. Of course they do my beautiful Isis and you will have to sacrifice no more together. We've created the family of a new civilisation. Tell me these plans. Let me hear them from Your Lips for Alexander. The lands of Armenia Media and Parthenon for Selene Sirnak perhaps Libya for little Philadelphia's was Syria Phoenicia and silly of course all of these lands will be hours they already are but they have yet to realize if Caesar was our times Alexander you and I shall be taught me and what of Rome. What if that fall smelling place? You are a Roman man after all will you leave it to Octavian? We already have our disagreements. It's a matter of time until he turns on us. Then we will crush him too and I will give that city back to my son true. Caesar this I will do for you in the Isis and you will be above all the Queen of Kings never met a man who could match my words before you're still believe have a few languages on me. Don't you good thing? We have all the time in the world legitimized in a way by Antony's presence Cleopatra and Cesario on rose to their highest level of recognition yet Cleopatra as Isis. And sorry on as Horace Living Gods to the citizens of Egypt. Cleopatra was determined to diverge from the line of tolmie insignificant ways creating her own kind of dynasty who posh my child. I've only come in to look on you. I'm a grown man. Mother barely twelve. My uncles were dead and gone by this time in their lives. Your uncles were not. You always remember that I will leave you if my presence to Stir Ono beloved mother of course not. I was not even asleep. You cannot find yourself in dreams. Nights are not restful for me mother ever since the grand ceremony with Mark Antony and your other children I feel as if there's too much for me to be thinking of. That is an admirable trait for a ruler. But you are not a full blooded one yet. Leave the worries for me for the time being. But if I'm your horace King of all civilization how can I ever sleep It is a question I often asked myself when my father would keep me up late with my studies telling me endless tales of the bloody history of our line but that is why of done what I have done to end the violence of our family to make it a true family once again only from there. Do I see any peace for civilization any true benevolent power? I shed blood in hopes of draining all the toxins from the world so that I may hand you something pure and beautiful yet. You rely on Rome as your father did. Though I confide in you do not mistake it for subservience. Keep that blade from your words to not try to cut me with them. You will fail but I- excuse your perspective. It must seem that you I promise my son. I am beholden to no Roman man. No Caesar or Antony I hope you know. They all underestimate you. Everyone always does. Oh I know it's my son. They always have then. I will dream tonight. Mother of the day you stand before the burning fields of Western men and they beg you for gentle rain outside of Alexandria Antony neglected relations with Rome and Octavian resulted in a final breakdown between the two final triumph hours in thirty three BC. Octavian rallied the Roman Senate against Antony by appealing to their fear of Cleopatra and her desires to absorb the Roman state into her own by thirty one. Bc Octavian had amassed an army with which to invade Egypt. Antony and Cleopatra prepped for Final War to fund her Army Cleopatra Dug into the long guarded gold vaults of Alexander. Some decreed this as a sign of weakness. But in Cleopatra's mind she was simply using the last of the resources left to her by her now. Impotent ancestors her duty was to present day Egypt that Summer Anthony's navy sailed against Octavian off the coast of actinium. Cleopatra's own fleet approached the Malay from afar. My Goddess spoke rises on the horizon due out advisors. Give us no clarity. Who IS BURNING OCTAVIAN? Antony both sides where Roman colors and both sides take fire but the line is breaking in our direction. I believe Octavian has triumphed on this day but Evelyn Catis. What shall we do damned food signal to him? We make a retreat. This will have to be a ground war. I am not sure that will be achievable. I will not let Alexandria unguarded as that Roman ingrate rapes her shores. Turn the fleet. Antony has failed us. Cleopatra was no fool she would not be making romantic last. Stand with Antony on this day. Not when her true love of Alexandria still remained in her grasp. Her support would have been useless anyway. The military minded of Octavian was too great Anthony's fleet broke and fled toward Alexandria with Octavian. Hot on his tail when Cleopatra Reach her home the realization dawned this would have to be her final bastion truly accurate records breakdown here with multiple variations on the same basic history Cleopatra. Along with her two handmaidens. Iris and Sharma took refuge inside of Cleopatra's giant MONUMENT TO HERSELF AS ISIS. Day barred the doors behind them. Smart as Cleopatra realized that whichever Roman man reached her first Octavian or Antony neither would be too pleased with her. At the moment it was true. Antony was devastated at her abandonment but he had a bigger problems when he reached dry land he could not rally his remaining troops to his cause on August. First Thirty Anthony's army deserted him and joined up with Octavian Antony arrived at Cleopatra's figurative doorstep broken and alone. I know she awaits the end here. Where else would she flea? She's used to fall. Her bodyguards led me into destruction. Where else could she go reminisce? Speak to me well boy. Seemingly the last true believer in Western civilization. I come with unfortunate news. She refuses to see me. Is that it. I give her an empire and she will let me rot on these part streets. I fear fear. The Pharaoh is dead impossible. I fear she has passed from us. It is all gone gone. Plutarch tells us that Antony took a blade to himself in an attempted suicide. While again sources diverge plutarch's narrative continues that even this could not kill Antony. He lay in the street begging for death for anyone to finish the job. When Cleopatra heard this still alive and well in her monument she altered her plan perhaps a shred of love remained in her heart. Antony was brought before the still doomed. Pharaoh as Octavian closed in on the city he was literally hauled up by ropes into an opening on the side of Cleopatra's monument. You you are too clever and the Isis. Add much to cool. Look at him. Iris get him water for the sake of Rome. Get me wine. The last cask belongs to you. You're not split it with me. I must keep my head for the fall. Caesar as I lay in the streets hurt his legions approach. I was almost thankful you're dead. Cleopatra you cannot allow him to capture you flee while you have the chance I will not leave my city to this barbarian. You're right about that. It'll be barbarous. He plans to parade you to the streets in a gilded cage. He'll make you into the horror of Oliver home. He will settle for nothing less than your authored decimation. This you have heard from the lips of my own soldiers before they deserted me. I thought he would go quickly. Antton or better yet. Surrender yourself to the forgiveness of Octavian. We're all long past forgiveness. You know this here council Antony drink not Roman but it will do I. Basically Badger leave like children would live a takes us Aryan. He has no story destiny before him. Now on the short one if you truly care for your family Antony Antony my goddess he's gone rapid silk my goddess Octavian has breached Alexandria. What shall we do? I will see his face. He will see mine. Octavian will see the woman who should have brought him low when Octavian arrived in Alexandria. He was led to Cleopatra's monument and found her and her handmaidens inside her own mausoleum. Halt all halt. It has been years and never have. I seen your face so close. What do you think overrated? Get to know me as your uncle did as Antony did you will come to realize that everything in life is overrated. Except for me enough. Your words are magic. No More Cleopatra the seventh fill up tore you are now a prisoner room. You sound more like an emperor by the day better than some foolish power hungry girl. I am a giver of life. I doubt your manhood even prepared for such a task yet. Antagonize as you please. I am stone to your fire already. Molded against you fitting you found me here in your Grave Ono. You will be coming with me to row. I have your accommodations Papan. Have you heard gilded baas suited for the Queen of Kings? The people of Rome will welcome you into city limits this time with great fanfare and much. Deng to be thrown. I would expect nothing better from Romans. Good Fortune in your own future rule. I thank you for doing away with Antony. Saves me the trouble? His children will be taken. Care of by Octavia a true mother. Not a false goddess. I I am grateful for that and Serie on the little season only a babe when I saw him last. He is a strong boy. Intelligent I purge the week toll make blood. I have given the world. A true leader. Do not forsake him. Yes well unfortunately. It's not good to have too many caesars bastard usurper. This is how you honor your adopted father. I- murdering his kin. I hear it is the GYP Shin tradition visit not men God every portal. In and out. Here there are but three women. You should be capable enough cleopatra. I will return with your son's head and your magnificent prison. No you bastard. No Octavian had caught the greatest prize of Egypt but even in victory. He made the same mistake. Many men made in dealing with Cleopatra while under guard the Romans allowed Iris and Charmian to leave and return with a basket of Figs Cleopatra. A final meal in her beloved Alexandria when Octavian and his cards returned. They found the two handmaidens passing into death and Cleopatra. Far ahead of them for hidden in that basket was what was called at the time and ASP now known as Egyptian Cobra as she. Her Final Decadence Cleopatra had stretched out her arm and allowed herself to be bitten. The Queen of Kings went out on her own terms. She would be caged by no Roman ever again. The Tragic Final Act of defiance in one. That did little to save her plan. Legacy as Octavian promised. Caesarian was executed after serving the shortest reign of any soul. Ptolemaic Pharaoh and the final one Egypt was absorbed by Octavian emerging empire and Western culture dominated the Middle East for years to come one has to wonder. Sometimes if Cleopatra acquired such a legendary rule without even achieving victory in her aims. How much more renown would she be? If she had overcome the Romans her battle to unify and consolidate power would have spelled out a very different kind of civilization with less division between East and West. While it's impossible to know if we would be better off. There is no denial of Cleopatra's ambition and her incredible ability to operate as a female political figure in a male dominated culture without a chance ever post ptolemaic ideal. Cleopatra refused to be taken into the Western culture. She had long to overcome but the fact remains the ptolemies were doomed either way. Cleopatra refused to let their line be washed away she empowered herself and sacrificed her entire life to create a new type of society. She became an ideological monument. A sign post in history marking the path forward guiding the way to the future. 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Episode 195

Learn Astrology with Mary English

37:59 min | 4 months ago

Episode 195

"Welcome, back to learn astrology with Mary minds marrying issue for me W. W. Dot managed to Combine K. O. U. K., astrologer, my websites all updated. Now I'm very happy bunny. The only thing to add is a bit more about proving zone Wi- dot Com English com website, but yeah, I think. Baker about that. Now Day. I'm going to discuss something with you that I have talked about before about got to go into a bit more detail. Now this is assuming you got to the stage where you will be having clients. Now, I obviously don't know how many people listening are leading the people or even if you want to read for other people or if you have read for someone and maybe you're just beginning to do a few meetings here and there. And what is a an important consideration? Is the actual time that the person first contacts. Now I've been in private practices. Flu Thompson more than twenty five years and. I, get a lot of emails. So some emails are get they don't should go anywhere to somebody else question than than the behave from them. Again, the majority of the ones that that happens with all people that have read, my article Indigo Charts and they just they just want to know they are the on into goes and I give standard response. To that and that's as far as it goes. And then there's the other type of people that really don't know whether or not. I can or can't help them, and this is what some can be talking about today that the chart that you make for the time that they've decided to contact you the person, the astrologer whoever? Is is a very, very important chart and needs to be taken into consideration when the consultation happens. Now, because I practice more than one. Therapy. So our practice, hypnotherapy, homeopathy and astrology. So those three services that's SEI offer clients don't we sake beatings I'm going to. Trust me I've. I've offered them since oversee little bobby. WHO's a teenager be during them am but professionally So I'm never choose Shaw when somebody first contacts me, which one of my services it is that they might need. And also some people when they do I contact. especially if it's for hypnotherapy they're very very. About saying anything on email the. Other news wedding, cremate them, but the. the very, very nervous about. Just getting contact and I, absolutely understand back. Now. This is a real charter share with you today I don't have the person's permission they didn't come for astrology. So this something completely different. And So be specifically talking about the consultation of is to be Kant, but the past themselves when they did I contact me. They were in quite a bit of a tease. So it-it's is they were Very emotionally, all over the place. So I thought. It'd be interesting to share with you the chart for that. So I get the first email and the person says to me, Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and the the question that all ost was. was basically could I help now they didn't say the email what the problem was i. In fact had absolutely nothing I wasn't too sure first of of all. What's the help they needed so Just sight. So, it was I think it was quite confused person themselves when they first contacted me and equally which confusing for me. So why the hell with that base Oh, I thought was quite interesting the charts self. So this is the time that they they wrote the email and it does say on my website that when you contact me via my website supposed to send me why Moore's putting my email address on here because you can contact me via my website and nine times out. Of Ten Google, decide because I'm on my musketry google that your email is spam, which is go into the spam filter. So I have now put my website please give me a subject matter. Something that was summarize won't chill question is the ways you're email will go into the spams. This was part of the thing that I did when I read our website. Over the last few weeks however, this e mail still. Managed to go interval spam. End This taught is absolutely that. So we've got someone who has contact. Me So I didn't know why that initially context I didn't know what it was to do if I know now because consultation has happened. But. What I thought was interesting was the day that The time that she chose to send it was quite early in the day. So the email wasn't lasting at night. I'm very, very cautious about replying straightaway to emails that people send me anything after ten o'clock in the evening emails the descent of the ten, a nine times out of ten emotionally males that. It's yet are publicly, not even GONNA know that they've emailed me I'm obviously this time deficit. This is somebody that was based in the UK the doesn't apply, but this email was arrived to our. No, that's the way. That's the time that they sent it because emails off. When you use google the timing of the email is on this. That's the time that the person has written it. This particular person wrote at nine fifty eight am on the seventh that September. But look. Okay. Look busy say no defensive even looking at the CIA, the moon and Jonas slap. Bang Khun junked so this. was someone that very much. Emotionally. was literally all over the place. This was someone who was not at all. Tech Savvy. They were not too sure how anything worked and they do own. WEIKKOLA mobile phones you haven't you calm cell phones in America and she had a mobile phone. And that was about eight as she wasn't too sure how anything else would. But she really wasn't a bad space and was the what was wobbly. and. You can see that from the. The chart for the time that she sent it. Now, we call a libra centered. It was a very polite email. Sometimes I'll get amended note so polite but this was very, very polite. So leaper center. Okay. So that's that's that's that's a nice ascendant signed to the moon in unison jumped is going to be something that this person who is said to is emotionally over the show. So I replied very swiftly and. Gently set of ost what the problem was how much did they know? What did they want? Him To determine the and they replied back. And so Antonsson eventually a consultation was booked. But for the at the person asking for the help. we need to to to see what's going on. So the sun is in the sign furger. So this is somebody with a health issues and this is a health issue. and Mercury's hidden in the twelve. So this person didn't want to put into the email what the issue was and I had absolutely no idea what going to I had no idea what was happening until the consultation happened and it wasn't as bad as I told you was going to be. So that was good but mercury is located in the twelfth. So, the initial contact of the consultation lead percent in everybody's been perfectly polite she's been planned. But met in the twelfth said, this is something that that. A is difficult to verbalize difficult to communicate is going to be polite as in the suddenly this hidden tool is something someone really doesn't want to have to say in email to me. So when you get an email from someone and you WanNa know more about because you're not gonna about person you get email my bit. Hi My name's Jackie, and I I live Paul and a problem with a boyfriend and can book a consultation you. You'll get those ones but sometimes you want because the person isn't such a tease. They'll just. Get some very strange talks me. So, we've got the moon in conjunction. So this is something that I know is an emotional component. And in the seventh as well. So I'm the looking at this from an ori point of view this the seventh is about relationships. And if we use a bit of Aureus told you with this, we need to double check the ascendant is this is this some way the dog can help I'm referring back to Anthony Lewis and is wonderful book oriented strategy playing simple. He says that if the ascendant is less than three degrees or more than twenty s twenty, seven degrees rising then the question that's been ost is it's the wrong time. So if it's less than three degrees, the it implies that is very new or premature question and it's too early to tell what's going to happen if it's more than twenty, seven degrees than the question may be too late. But this isn't this is twenty degrees. So this is this is nice comfortably into the sign of Lieber because the other thing is well as when people can touchy. By contacting you contact me I have absolutely no. No I did not ID if there's going to be a consultation from this. This is what I do for living. So I make a point of making sure that perfectly polite everybody that does contact me please read that does contact me. It's going to contribute towards my income and my livelihood. So it's for my own benefit that I am as polite as possible to the ninety nine point, nine percent of people email me that sometimes people are. I do get emails from people that expect me to give them lots of information that's free at dependent on where they located. I might or might not even replied that sometimes I go straight to spam anarchic Ecuador spam people thinking I still review for Roberson those emails I'm sorry they discuss striped spy my reviews any muscle. Filters time for my emails. Site, we got a leaper sentence with got to be polite we were. Probably. Still continue to be polite into the future but that issue is the moon in unionists is. junked. So this was someone that couldn't even verbalize in their email or even the consultation as it happened exactly. What was going on from they felt absolutely Kerr frazzled. So, the the the the child that you make for the initial contact, the client makes few would tell you an awful lot about a how the consultation might happen or might not. Maybe, I should demonstrates an email where there isn't a consultation from it some be up to that point but to dodgers to demonstrate. One that did result in consultation? So I'm represented by the seventh. House. I think that's cool. Let me just double check. So wherever in the seventh house applies to me the seventh house is the A person with whom the Queer and has dealings bought bought whose relation is not specified by another house. The astrologer of equipment. So, that was wasn't a completely astronomical consultation. About George, discounts. But I am basically be sturgis represented by seven pounds. So with the moon there, and that's representing me than I equally felt because thing with me was I didn't know what this was all about I didn't know what this person wanted because they hadn't told me. and with malls there is well, I was resisting the temptation to solve. Kidneys me why my psychic are. What what this person wants because I couldn't work out from the first email. If they wanted consultation if they wanted some even for free 'cause, I can allow people emailing me. You know I saw their life out and. No I'M NOT GONNA lie lifestyle booker bloody codes fishing. Digitally Go through my head of the first few Bukit of reading the email. Malls in the seventh as MAS in the sign of Aries Islam around. So that's that's me in the seven. Now, the Sun I think a who represents the equipment shorts double-check. Because we're just looking at this as A. The sun represents ships of the planets that subdued the moon represents mother or women in general. AM. Equipment as the Queen is the sentence, the moon planets the ascendant yes. What Planet or planets will requirement in traditional storage the planets to signify the rules of the ascendant. Okay. So the libra is the cendant and the ruler to the ascendant is Venus Venus in this sign Leo and it's in the Tenth House. So, this is to do with career and life purpose and the query that the personal because you know the original emails they need some help. And with Venus in the tenth. So I'm the business that they're asking about or asking for my business. Oh, we take the box. Yes. This is somebody that does actually want to have a consultation isn't lot my initial reading this like good dislodged asking me because sometimes people will ask you. Heaps of stuff. The minute they describe your storage Oh, you do anything not at. That they will want to Ted about whole life story post didn't do too whole life story and expect you to reply and give them advice. Now, there's a wonderful grand twine in there. So off to the moon. And the Eunice suitable blindness there's IT Grand China I said that's a nice energy for a receiving of an email. So you get to query from equipment from or query from someone in their the queer, and that's not and is again the visas in the tencent is somebody that could help professionally and she even though she hadn't asked that in the email, it was a professional query that she does she knew the tie was professional and that I would be able to do that I didn't know that she knew act but that was how her question was based. So there's a hell of when people first contact us that you make tons of assumptions about things. I confess I did to show whether law war-scarred. You can make lots of assumption but that's why you need to reply back to the person and ask more questions not in the initial consult of that initial email just blind the science and tell them notes to stuff is just to ask back a question so it can get Now this is people that's email all specified I have gone amp website, and that will allow clients to to book because they know what they want but sometimes people in the into really bad space specially for me being a therapist people don't know what they want. They don't know what type of reading may need to have they don't. Know what type of consultation they don't know if they want Homeo- but hypnotherapy, they just know they're in the the bad space and they need some help too depending on what you're practicing I'm putting my astrologer head on. There will still be people if you offer more than one type of service that know nothing about a strategy. So you will also need to find out from them how much they know because that comes into the consultation vote than anything about strategy if don't then the new, just go to speak English and not speaker storage in well, you know and I was consultation will be enough for you la. Now? Venus. Next door to the MC in the query chart. So the MC is how other people view As far as Alridge Georgia goes, let me just double check with MCC. No, it doesn't mention MC as being up a particular thing But when I looked at I, thought well Phoenix on the MCC. This is somebody who doesn't. Want others to think badly of them or maybe others don't think badly of them but the MC's in the sign of cancer. So that's something to do with oftentimes can emcees in Kansas something to do with family in the Venus's is outside but conjuncture. And the issue was to do with relative So so that's interesting. The North node is in gem nuys. So of their content, you anything about the people concerned but that was. wasn't for the person who was at the consultation, but the the person was wanting to discuss a family member and the the north node. Definitely. is in the sign of the person that the discussion was about. Without going into of Blah Blah Blah Blah. So That's interesting and there's quite A sort of a car crash planets in the fourth and it was all to do. It was very much family related. Issue and we got Sutton there which represents the fall, which is what was about and a conjunction. Pluto and that very much describes which I didn't know any fats and before the consultation. But that would describe that quite nicely and Jupiter isn't a third which I think is retrograde as well. So so when a pass made the email query to me, it did give me. Information didn't know how to apply that. You know just quite great beam wise after the event the other thing that was very evident. Was the son opposition to Neptune and the first email that was sent was very confusing. So the person themselves was confused and I was confused too. So the moon unevenness conjunto did not much and the medical past you in this issue, see the moon is eleven degrees and you and ten. So the moon deal ready Had exact conjunction. US just a couple of. Send you one degree power state if that because the US ten degrees twenty nine. And the Moon is eleven degrees fifty seven. So it's yes only bad degree Paul. A But the net choon opposition to the Psalm. Would imply some sort of confusion about some sort of health issue which there wasn't a concession but I wouldn't have known that from this particular chart I know that now from having done the consultation. So it does describe a lot about what happened and there's a lot of opposition that could secure what am Venus opposition to this. Saturn and Pluto and again was something that came up in the consultation. So it was about duty. Love. Or these things came into it but there was tons of stress associated with what consultation was all about. So when you? If. You ever go into poverty if you are in private practice sweaty if you have friends astrologists, no do you think about making a chart for the the actual time that the person chooses to send the because they could send you that email at any given time and the point industry Jesus at the time that we do choose or something because we have got choices Them the time that we? Choose to contact someone else is extremely significant just the same as the time that we choose to to create something. So I'm just going to create new business and I decided that. The Business Kritchevsky. I think you have to give a talk when you create a business I'm sure do we had a limited company wants and the time that the? The document designed to know the document has to be signed dated and. Time came into maybe I just did a child anyway. A. Different form of a study. But the time that you choose to do something you've made decision something that's important as well. This comes under the banner of. Now. I'm not using totally orientale him using some bits of storage oriented. To make. The sense at this chart, yes oh Gottlieb presentable be terribly polite. McRae's in the twelve. Don't WanNA. Talk about it took about it mean junk. Yoenis. I'm just just just Easy peasy stuff mean cajones mostly all over the place. Malls in the seventy s mayhem, you're sorta cheese of. To help this person one is with any a couple of sentences. In fact, I think it was one sentence broadly and be just double check code and I think if I was ugly. Back on the sent none of this is criticism. This is just An. Elimination. It wore. Two sentences cases note a lot in it. And you have to remember this that when people do contact you. Especially, if they're stressed. Than not going to be operating. And taking you into consideration. I've seen forums and. facebook groups and stuff. People being critical of of what our client Mel may not do or how they conduct themselves. When you're under stress. Extreme stress because this person was when you're under extreme stress, do not have be thinking straight which I knew already from the moon UNICEF pink into some sort of emotional thing. Anybody when they're contacting someone for help, you have to allow them the space to be stressed out. Minds as they are in will think back to the last time you were stressed. You know we completely polite about everything. You know how stressed where you I mean this past was extremely light. That wasn't issue, but sometimes, people might not be and it's not your top to be critical of fat. and. the grandchildren so to it dick the initial email to me ended up with a consultation so that a planet in the tent so it was. Business for me was. Professional. Help was given. And Kevin thity too much about. The point I'm trying to make is it the? There's a lot of two sets of planets that are conjuncture. So we've got Pluto and satin conjuncture. And we got moon and. Wound Eunice conjuncture. So it was quite significant thing for the person themselves to to reach out and ask for help which they hadn't ever done. So that again, you have to take that into account with the person when they might contact you now obviously, people weren't always contact you by email old-fashioned and i. Do Email I. Don't do message much and I set on mobile in the Morad. So the people can text meet that. So few people have my mobile number. I get. I get lots of tax So. If you are someone that does give you mobile number out and someone does text you an ask you something and the asking you something astrological and they want to know the answer to something Perr tension to the time, which will be on your tax that they've asked that question. Now, the other thing to keep in mind that when you become a story is that is all the people. To do is they're going to ask you questions the continually the issue or excuse not noise. The issue with us being a therapist of any description and especially so industry. Is that that is what you are therefore to be able to answer questions, and especially as an astrologer, the continual question the undistorted will be answering continually for people is how long will it last? When will it get better? When will things improve? What is my few July? Now it varies because some people expect you be able to predict two dogs handsome stranger that's going to pair out the woodwork in five minutes to get married happily and have six children. And then there's the other side was, will people well aware that you might not be able to do any of that but it just want to know what might they have done themselves to whatever it is a problem cells, which again isn't their fault either. And the lovely thing about strategies allows us to disassociate from our emotions and from us and have something concrete in front of us to be discussing. Now, the chart, the the child, the the client themselves is not going to. Really Care Too much about unless terribly into astrology they they're only concerned about themselves and their issue quite rally because that's that's that's what it is for them, and that's what your job is. A therapist is to help with and especially so as an astrologer. So please really beware when you do stop doing beatings to blind people with science and talk too much about planets this just continue to speak. English? And you might not even I did read him somebody the other day and I I used to single astrological thing. The whole consultation was just about the issue. Surgeon, coming part because I knew what was happening yesterday to convert that into engy go in my opinion this and that and the other one whatever's going to happen. So in running curve in understanding astrology when you all reading for your friends by all means, you can show off and say you know I know that Saturn's doing this and Pluto's doing the stuff but you're better off using the key word four wherever's happening while the name of the planet itself because he just? Did a reading for somebody recently and And they said that they had seen an astrologer previously and couldn't make a word out of what the star talk about just ideas. It was just too confusing for her because you start was basically speaking in plummets and aspects and transits and. Mean if you don't understand story, so be very aware of your learning that you're making the when you are talking about it to someone that wants your help. You don't go down the path of talking astrology do that with other stories do that with me if you learning started with me by all means, talk about products. But when you're doing child for someone else don't even go into unless they want you to. The astronautical debt of something it's noteworthy. It's not. You know if you get a plumber and she has an ethics new washing machine and they start talking you through that this pipe goes in here in the water goes in there, and then this mixes but this and that the electricity heat up there and you need to do that and it's like you're going to go up. All I want you to do is the fixer flipping thing I don't need to have. The. The the plumbing detail behind only one issue machine to be phased or Riley and it's the same thing in consultation be very, very aware of them. So. The time that someone. Denotes to contact you is to my mind probably not more important consultation but pretty important, and even if you don't use it in the consultation, maybe use it off to it's sticky. Some understanding of how that consultation even happened. I mean I used it this distance with annoy was worth pursuing and How should I tackle this and also wanted to shape shave it Sabit said I could share with you today. But do do get into the habit of. Checking The Times things that don't go totally overboard and I'm looking. Into loved undercharged for today don't do that. We need to have balance with things. However When you're setting up apprentice you're. Doing more charts, father people the time that someone chooses to ask you the question is very important. Now said that as. Antony Antony says if they're cendant is less than three degrees or more than twenty seven. You definitely need ask more questions back and it might be the question that comes in for the text of the email cannot be answered either by text email whatever. Maybe the the question these to be we proposed. Because before some context, you just occasion most of the time that they would have thought a lot about it before they do and you had to take that into account as well. Somebody might have thought for I mean I've got hit. So my website stats on there and I know that people. Sometimes might visit my website five or six times before they finally get the courage up to contact me. And it's really important to recognize that It might seem to you as if this, this email pigs are somewhere in vast questionable. The text appears wherever you don't know what went on before we summits of more questions necessary. What is it that you will? What is the problem? How can I help you know? Are you aware of what the services that I do understand what strategies does in my case, the price things that I practice. Where would you like to help Robert Landmark that you're getting spun Sunday people love being asked questions. Absolutely. Most, people got being asked questions. About themselves. No everyone. Much So. That was just a little A. This is person that's asked some help and that's a chart to represented. So think for yourself you know maybe. Some member of your family awesome helps dominating astronautical but. your cousin emailed you asked if they could borrow the car. Make Chart for that and and see if you can make some such sent sats acid way with the call be bad presented House with that be. The ascendant like on that, what's the ruling? Planet is sent him more houses that located in might that explain a bit more about it but where cosby moving vehicles? Let me just check. Should sort fact the desk there this check. So somebody did ask about Boeing the columnist. Lovely he does on. So so some matters will bypass the first towns. Is a condition of a vehicle says the condition of a vehicle's Yourself. You arrive with beginnings. Accidents is the first houses condition of vehicle, but if somebody wants to borrow your car for instance. He says that Short trips is the moon's that's planets Just the other big there. transport is mercury. So could be represented by make research trips and travels will generally causi used for that. So I would probably more like US representative is a plummet for call make sense to me. And then houses. I has is the condition. The vehicle at possessions is the Second House. Shifu going to borrow something. Sick House is detailed. Long Distance Service the Ninth House short trips is the tasks. So yes. So To say your cousin adults to borrow the car be met career, and then the third house for short trip and if they wanted to genuine to go the other side of flipping Kennedy, that would probably be the ninth. But that type of thing you have a look at the make a chart for when that first communication came to be text what's up email facebook messenger whatever. Telephone call even. LIST HAPPEN ON STORE ORLANDO. So, make the chart for that. It's very, very interesting exercise. To give you more information about the question itself and also. You might come across as quite sort of psyche. So go no. Proper data Blah in reply back to the person. Because you now know an awful lot about the the thing itself, the question that they're asking. So help needed and the chart for it and I don't have anything else to tell you today. And I hope you'll well, and if you're not to learn the strategy with me, just contact me by sending me an email Mary. Mary English Tokaido do contact me of bowab sight. Make sure you put something in the subject folks. Otherwise, it will go into the sperm. And I hope you have a five week. I'll be back next week and requested last week I'm going to request it one more time. But not forever if you have enjoyed this podcast still enjoying, it would be lovely if you could try short review give me some thumbs up Paul, the stars or whatever. And if you have ever read any of my books review on Amazon would be absolutely wonderful. So hope you have a five week and next week I'm GONNA next week. We're going to be doing the job for David Blaine I have asked him on twitter for his time of Beth now with not he replies. Not Actually, expecting him to reply, don't have any. I don't have news twitter account the regardless of whether or not he does or doesn't reply are going to do his char- because he's done a lot of margin David. Blaine, he's a sort of an illusionist and has done quite of dramatic things with himself and his body and I thought what would be interesting next week is but go through the dates that he chose to do those things and the charts for those dates and how do they relate to his natal chart? So that will be next week we're doing David Blind. If you've got questions or anything you'd like to featuring podcast do get in contact Mary out marriage he came to be back next week but by now.

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14:57 min | 1 year ago

Listen First! SECRET SOCIETIES, A Parcast Original Series!

"Hi It's Richard and I'm thrilled to tell you about a fantastic new podcast. Show called secret societies. He's every Thursday catch a glimpse inside the world of assessing groups. Powerful CABALS and debaucherous High Society Clubs hosted by Greg and Vanessa acid from the series colts discover the diabolical beliefs and radical actions. You were never supposed to know about ready to find out more enjoy. This exclusive exclusive clip from the first episode on Yale's mysterious skull and bones fraternity. If you want to listen to the full episode follow secret. Societies is free on spotify over. Ever you listen to podcasts. Something to note about secret societies all of the groups this covered on this show operate in secret. The details included in this episode are based on extensive research but ultimately can never be one hundred percent verified except by society members themselves. For every kernel of truth there's a swath of misinformation strategically he crafted by each group to protect their true goals and practices in April of Nineteen nineteen sixty six sophomore student. Ron Rosenbaum walked home to his dorm with this friend Mike. It was the middle of the night after two. Am when when they passed the skull and bones to a looming windowless structure. Mike suddenly stopped. He grabbed Ron's arm and pointed to the front on door. Something said on the doorstep a white baton in the gloomy darkness it was a long bone a femur probably probably Iran who was already turned off by the skull and bones death cult took a step back and whispered to Mike. Come on. Let's just go to his horror. Mike bounded up the tomb steps and scooped up the white bone then. He stepped even closer to inspect the triple triple padlock on the front door. Ron Felt every hair. Stand up on the back of his neck. He called out again. Mike don't suddenly the triple padlocks. Click Click Click. The iron door opened and a hand shot out from the darkness. It wrenched the bone out of Mike's Grasp then disappeared just as quickly. The heavy door slammed shut the locks clicked back into place still caught in a confusing cocktail of fighter flight. Mike slowly retreated back down the steps. Bron just shook his head to flustered to speak to overwhelmed for an. I told you so neither was quite sure what they intruded on. Just that it was a secret. Credit one day would never be invited to understand. One that Ron Rosenbaum would spend the rest of his life trying to expose pose. Hi Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson Greg Poulsen. And this is secret. Societies a podcast original every Thursday. We examine history's most exclusive organizations from around the world and try to shine a light on the truth behind these mysterious groups from the aluminum body to the black hand. Hand to the order of nine angles will explore how much impact each secret society actually had on the world around them in our first episode. We'll give you the facts at least all the facts. We can verify why each group was founded how they recruited new members their initiation Asian rituals and the secret meaning behind their symbols known only to the loyal in part two will examine some of the alleged actions of each group will try to Parse. What's real from what's rumor as we explore some of the most popular theories surrounding each secret society today? We're we're taking a deep dive into the skull. Bone society founded at Yale University in Eighteen. Thirty two previous members include Titans of industry business snus elite and world political leaders including three US presidents with such a distinguished membership list many believed that the skull L. and bone society is committed to creating a new world order through a vast connection of well placed bones. Men will explore this next next week as well as some of the other theories about their actions such as their alleged involvement in the creation of the CIA The skull and bones are unique from more conventional secret societies. The the rest of these groups your aluminum as your freemasons triads are forced to operate in the shadows because of their high stakes supposedly world altering agendas but the skull and bones on the surface. They're just a group of college. Kids basically a fraternity. So where do these accusations of attempted world world-domination come from it has more to do with what bones men do after they leave Yale bones. Men have infiltrated the financial sector mass media media higher education public policy think tanks business industry and all three branches of the US government when you examine the roster of skull and bones owns. You'll find that members come from some of the oldest wealthiest families in the nation and go on to fill some of the most prominent public roles of power as Dr Antony Antony C Sutton author of America's secret establishment questioned. They swear to take care of each other's interests and they do it that the normal conduct of life is probably okay but when one of them becomes the president of the United States. It's time to ask questions. What have Byu sworn to do for your brothers? If the members of the skull and bones are trying to implement some kind of vast conspiracy. There's certainly well placed to do so so they could ostensibly identify an issue in the business sector devise a piece of public policy legislation lobby through the government then spin their own reporting being through the news media through the chain of bones men every area could be connected but is it all just coincidence. Members insists that if bones men men are well positioned in the world after graduation. It simply means that they inducted. The best candidates Yale had to offer men who were already destined destined for greatness. Then why keep everything shrouded in secrecy. Bones men won't publicly acknowledge their membership which is lifelong Endesa. Post to leave the room if someone so much as mentions the Croup. They won't reveal to anyone what goes on in their headquarters and non members are strictly forbidden from from entering their tomb and some people believe that their impenetrable iron curtain is a safety measure to protect their true goals from public knowledge however that portion of the bones mythos might actually be explained by Yale own history today today. There are several secret society at Yale though skull and bones is the oldest and arguably the most storied all of these societies emerged out of the schools long history of organized elitism and rigid culture of classism in seventeen. o One Yale College was the Third University established in the United States. It was initially founded as a ministerial school. Tasked with training ministers for the state of Connecticut. Who would then serve as the moral leaders? There's of their communities at the time the only other ministerial school in New England was Harvard. But a group of Puritan leaders felt that the education style there was becoming too modern and straying too far from the Orthodoxy so they founded Yale as a more traditional conservative institution. Yale men were therefore expected to follow strict guidelines of conduct. They were forbidden from leaving their dorm rooms without proper tire from speaking to a superior career without first being spoken to from running in the quad the list goes on and on. The students are also bound by a rigid social hierarchy as Alexandra Robbins. Detailed in her book on the skull and bones secrets of the tomb. Students were ranked by their social cash. Not Their academic performance. She explained students at the top of the class. Had Fathers who held high civil office at the bottom were sons of farmers merchants mariners in artisans. This ranking determined every aspect of a student's life at Yale from where they sat in class to where they were housed and what order order. They were announced at graduation. It was predetermined before a student stepped foot on campus and was nearly impossible to improve beyond that all freshmen were seen as the lowest of the low with the most rules to follow. They couldn't wear hats or carry canes both status symbols at the time they couldn't address senior students by any kind of familiar name only as sir. This rigid caste system encouraged rampant hazing seizing on campus referred to as trimming the upperclassmen believed. It was their duty to improve the lowly freshman and mold them into proper Yale men. Any freshman found in violation of any rule could be trimmed by an upperclassman in any manner that they deemed fit fit and the university approved trimming until the mid eighteen hundreds seeing it as an effective method of enforcing their strict code of conduct. One administrators ministrations said that if trimming was abolished the new freshmen would subject the higher classes to constant guerrillasi. Lessen their manhood and dignity reduce reduce all to an equal rudeness and Render Yale Amir Common School of course as with any hazing practice. This power was often abused in one story. A freshman was reportedly dragged from his dorm and out into the woods stripped naked covered in paint and forced. I have his head shaved. In this culture of fear and systemic oppression low ranking students look for opportunities to distinguish themselves academically thereby engendering some loyalty respect and ideally protection from upperclassmen. In the late seventeen hundreds students found these opportunities. He's and literary societies these open groups held weekly meetings students gave speeches recited poems performed plays and debated topics. Thanks for the day. But over time the campus was overrun. By these societies. Nearly every student was a member of at least one. They lost any feeling of specialness. Solis if anyone could join what was the point. So some of the groups went underground forming the first secret societies at Yale L.. By limiting the membership it gave students a place to establish themselves as even farther above. Yale's elite students. The elite eat of the elite. These secret clubs were undoubtedly inspired by other real secret societies of the era groups like the luminosity and freemasons things were well known in the United States but as we said earlier the secret nature of these groups was born out of necessity to their cause. This wasn't the case at all at tale. Their secrecy was motivated by elitism sociologist. George semel wrote extensively about secret keeping and secret societies. He found that secrets. TAP into a primal human need for information. If something is being kept secret it's subconsciously indicates to us that the information is valuable therefore the secret keepers are in possession of something worthy of coveting Yale secret societies which were really no more than study groups with a secret handshake manufactured value by operating in secret. The secret societies quickly overtook all other groups. Listen Prestige simply closing their doors and shuttering their blinds being in on the secret became the new indicator of your social status but in eighteen twenty six public opinion of secret societies in America dramatically turned with the kidnapping and alleged edged murder of a man named William Morgan. He threatened to expose the rituals and secrets of the freemasons in a book after he was denied entry at his local Masonic Lodge soon after the announcement he vanished. The public assumed. That members of the freemasons killed Morgan to to keep him quiet as the story gain traction Morgan's publish a decided to go ahead with the release of the book exposing the Mason Secrets. The Best Selling Book Doc combined with Morgan's death sparked a widespread anti masonic sentiment lodges. All over New England were shuttered in eighteen. Twenty eight the Anti Masonic Party was founded as the first single issue third party political faction in the US by eighteen. Thirty two this outrage trickle down to the collegiate level the Yale Administration singled out the most popular and most exclusive secret society on Campus Phi Beta Kappa. They forced PDK to reveal their membership lists their ritual practices and the meanings behind their symbols. Like the unmasking of the great and powerful awful is when the mystery behind the group was stripped away so was their prestige for several years. PDK disappeared entirely highly from Yale's campus. And in this vacuum the skull-and-bone society was born in short order. It became the most influential organization Eh on campus to find out what happens next. Listen to secret societies. Society's free on spotify over ever you get your podcasts.

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Karamo Brown & Gina Kirschenheiter

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

24:25 min | 1 year ago

Karamo Brown & Gina Kirschenheiter

"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast edition of Watch. What happens live with me Andy Cohen and he can help you get your life back and Vicky see parties? She looked like a mad hatter on crack is what happens with Gina cushion. Either in Kerama. Oh now the the host Andy Cohen live in the clubhouse with a man who's a qualified life coach woman could probably use one Morris County Gina Gershon Queer is Fab five out with a Fab. New Children's book. Look this is so cute. It's called imperfectly designed. Please welcome back. Bravo Superfan Kerama. Oh great the bar. It's the person who shares credit for Rama's new book he also happens to share his DNA. WHO ALMOST SON and CO author Jason Brown? It's great to see how Jason I'll be twenty three years later this month. Okay very good happy birthday back so you have two kids. I met your others tair. I started when I was five. Right yes awesome. Let's get started I tonight. We learned that Kelly's geriatric dog. Aw reminds her of someone special take a look at the Shady boot moment of the night and taking care of geriatric dog especially all by myself. I have to walk the dogs like four or five times a day to give a pill. I know Steve must feel like taking care of all right. Emily and Shane went out on a romantic date. But it turns out. There was nothing romantic about it. Take a look excited to be on date. Night gives us the opportunity to. I'm not eating any any brads Brad so I was thinking maybe we should go to like couples therapy though yeah we can save them therapy money and just be nice. Show your commitment really interested in the morning on things. And then I'll tell you. Why is it all reside like one hundred percent? It's hard because for ten years. I've always had a problem with the way he talks to me. Go to do what we're supposed to do. Karamoko motel this woman. What to do? Remember you perfectly designed and lead that man immediately. I mean like that was bad from the beginning to end. He was telling her what she should eat. He was not listening to her. She was trying to express it. I need help and he was like no. How about you be nice? Putting all the fault on her not taking on of it on on his own lead time ago you have the closest port. Pov of this situation. What are your thoughts about it? It's hard for me Obviously my situation as well. I Never WanNa see anybody being treated like. I don't even think she really respects me or any of her friends. Let alone her. So that's very difficult but I do think that there are very deep seated problems there that involve both of them. Do I think he's handling them. Well no do. I think that's coming out while now but I do think there is. It's a two way street. I do think there are things on both sides of it all right and Karama O- or taking your questions but before are we get to those. Here's what three things I'm gonNA szeswith tonight. I on tonight so see well. Tamra was away on a trip with Eddie the rest of the ladies acted like a courtroom jury who found the judge guilty. The of causing trouble watch this Bronwyn Bron was talking smack. She told us about that. You had a fight on Sunday night with Ryan and an implant house. You're out of line when I called. Ron Hey why would you bring up the Bryant. They may not July two yesterday. Dave camera says you said that I got into a fight in front of clients. I thought I was trying to make the situation better. Feed at your sticking thinking up. Lamb is the one who said the train faster and she's a she's trying to come between us. She's manipulating all of us. Were fighting I I. I don't want negativity in my life. Insurance seen as negative put on weight again one way of saying I'm gaining wage. Gesture chest is a snake. Vicky who's a pig and Tammy was a snake. Okay here's what go to. WWW DOT TV. Because I want to hear from you. Do you agree with Kelly as uh a snake. Yes or no. No no no. The person who's a snake the person who dropping all that gossip right there the table unnecessarily which is who Ali Kelly. Why are we doing that? Okay your thoughts. I completely agree. I know Tamra Yup and I think timber get such a bad rap consistently a bad rap. I I and I don't think it's fair. Ninety two percent of the audience thinks that she is so Very interested in Second Karavas. You Children's book celebrates all kinds of families so I thought he'd be perfect to give some advice to the at times highly dysfunctional family known as Bravo liberties years wet crumbling I'm GonNa give you some Bravo family issues. I WanNa hear what you have to say. Oh See Kelly dot hasn't spoken to our MOM in a couple of years. How should she take steps to repair that relationship? Well I think he needs to to figure out if from other action is going to be willing to listen to her and Andre accept what she's saying because right now she shouldn't put herself back into a space her mom not gonNa hear her Tamra Son. Ryan is having a hard hard time coping with his childhood. He didn't get the same building. Blocks that had siblings are getting now. How should Tamra navigate this respect? What he's saying? Listen to what he's saying and ask him what he needs now. SAVEBIG can grow and heal together. Gina and mount were hooking up while going through a divorce is a healthy for a couple trying to split up or does it send mixed signals I have to just be honest with you. You never do anything for children you have to do. What's healthy for you but also you can't protect what's in your house if you leave the door open so going back and hooking up is unnecessary especially when you have? Oh really great guy right now that you win CA moving to Atlanta Porsche. Just had a baby with Dennis who she found out had an affair affair while she was pregnant. What is forced to do now? I interest Dennis from day. One really really. Yes so I really think that Dennis is not into space just yet where. He's ready to change his bachelor behaviors and so she has to make a choice that the behavior she wants to mock model for her child of staying with someone who's done okay. Kenya more mark daily living in a different city than her Kenya set on Sunday. She hasn't filed for divorce yet but they are separated. Can this be repaired. I think it can be repaired because she can you got into. When they first started dating he was another place and she liked that about him? So now you can't switch the boundaries without having real communication about it so I think they just talk about it. They can work author. Cynthia Super Thirsty Mary Mike Hill. How thirsty is too thirsty ever to thirsty? Cabal like a marriage. I'm trying to it. Starts on the strain between Deandra in her mother Mamadee because Mamadee handed off the family versus while it was failing. If that's a really hard one because she he's doing what she thought was best for her to be able to respect what someone needs to do with best for them on Jersey. Are you up to date with Joe and Teresa situation getting deported. Yeah it's hard for the kids because now dad is not in the pitcher. And it's really. It's going to be difficult for them to figure out how to navigate the situation but I think if they really have real open communication at the get your workout. Thank you Kerama with the side. You earned that sip of beer. Shows Twenty eight th and while I wonder how many more seasons there can be before we literally run out of famous and kind of famous people. Here's what I want to see if my gas can spot the few remaining celebrities who haven't had the balls to show off their ballroom moves with. Did that start to answer not a chance. Was macy Gray ever on dancing with the stars now now yes she was the night. What about George? I don't even know who that is. The Hague was not tatum. O'Neal was tatum. O'Neal align sounds about right now. Yes she was. What about? Billy Ray Cyrus yes Yes I'm Orosa. I hope you so. She hasn't been parole Yes he was on. There wasn't a reliable nope Spencer. I don't know what her own good. Yes he look like for flying off by the way I every answer you ever give me is a good one. Thank you always give me reasonable answers. I thought maybe you were a little nuts that you're now going by one name no lost your last night. We did lose my last night. I well because you have a unique enough name Kerama. Mentors told me what the things that I'm working off of my career said you should go by one name. Yeah came as a nickname. Karamojong of Stanislav. Could you imagine it like on a marquis of my own show one day. Maybe but I could see Brown Gina. Jilin see what's what was your reaction. Kelly's Kelly's comments about your platinum hair. Honestly I have lowered expectations for Kelly Don and I just pretty much anything that comes out of her mouth. I'm like yeah okay. It sounds like the sewage. That generally comes out next week. See things which we two of the Trace Amigos are. No Oh boy now. Here's this week. I felt a little bit blindsided blindsided by what she said that she thinks she faked being hurt in Arizona. Kelly said Timmer told Gina. Hey when we go on our trip. Let's just you me Kelly Room together. What else did she say that? You said that I was getting thinks that you stick up for me. I at the beginning Tamra beginning and she showed me a screen shot. If you making fun of you just walked in there. And just figured she's GonNa Start Start trashing meet eluding that. I brought something out. I feel like you're being us just just aggressive and that's why it comes off this naked behavior but it's I don't think she snakes. Let's go to doors for this again doors. What's your question? Hi Andy Like Watch for Gina. Okay Gina in previous episodes. We have seen that. You were driving because of Your D. Y. Tonight's episode. You're driving with your kids. I'm just wondering if that. How did that happen? Okay okay so at the beginning I don't I don't understand any of it so so. I thought that I didn't have a license so I was. I was also terrified to drive. So he wasn't driving at all then retain lawyer. I realized that I have a full licence until the time time that I actually go to court. Oh Yeah and then you have to you know and then you read so right now yes I do not have a license. I've lost my life for a a year is a consequence of what I have done. It's a huge ramifications from a very bad decision on and I would implore everybody everybody to not make the same bad decision that I made me to Allie from Florida. Hey Alleyway question hi Andy Love You. I love you My question is for Kerama. I wanted to know this reaction to Sean Spicer's still being on dancing with the stars. Considering during how bad of a dancer is why can tell you that I had an amazing talent show that I was robbed. I should have still been there but you know what I have a lot going on. Queer eye just premiered last. Friday with Sean Sean. Spicer can't dance and he still can't dance dance. That's literally what is but it's also fan. Votes America watches the show and they vote for him right also. Our president who should be doing other stuff has been tweeting. Vote for the man right. So do you think you're going to reinstate your twitter account. You deactivated it because people were mad that you were friends with Sean Spicer. Yeah because they were getting my son's death threats and so yeah because you we're friends with Sean. Nice Sean Spicer. There was no friendship. I was just saying that if we're going to be on the same show. I'm GONNA have respectful conversation with someone who's different and de it. Had A lot of people were like how dare you. Oh my gosh and I was like. Hey if you've never seen me on television. I'm always going to be the person to build a bridge. Let's go to Jessica from Connecticut. Hey Jessica go. What's the question? Hi I'm questions for Gina Gina. His Michelle Obama has a history of formulating friendships convenient and then once that person has served their need she tosses them aside. Do you think you'll be her next victim. ooh That's an interesting question I don't and I think probably people will think I'm naive thinking that maybe I have a very good friendship with Tan. I always have and I think my friendship whatever actually goes deeper than a lot of the BS on the show and a lot of Oliver friendships have gone that way. Either an honestly she said good. She's a good person she's a good girl and I do think she does what she does. Sometimes in the Group of friends because she's Raunchy she's fiery but she's not bad all right guys it's game time on tonight's Multiple lies but I wonder if my guests can succeed being human lie detectors tonight. Let's see what truth or wives. You'll take turns spinning the box. which sound sound sturdy and Yell Stop Devitt Land on real housewives you'll listener deliver a statement about herself and agree or disagree? If you've got the point you don't your opponents go does I. I got five points wins. Let's go spin it and just stop them. Okay Terendak say your piece to render. John just doesn't dry clean. Clean my thongs. I haven't do Sonia's to okay. Is that true or false. I I think it's true. All warriors the substance. Okay cry. Michael Jackson taught me how to do the robot that is is true. Paul writes Dorri. ooh I brush my teeth four times a day and I always carry a toothbrush in my purse. I mean I would say yes. You also can't even drink out of like a glass. It's true Okay I saw when I was a kid I got to swim in a pool with gene. ackman false oh it was so specific talks in California. There's an official whoop update my honor every march. Oh it was just fun Kelly you one time Marilyn Manson asked me on a date the the fun game with my mom Bret Michaels took me me to my senior prom now back in the day. I competed on star. Search with ED McMahon to be a spokes model old enough possibly yes. Let's go for. How's it going with the new boyfriend? He's a he's a kind really really good person. We've gone through a lot of this seem things and we both have three kids like. We have a lot of similarities in the same outlook on life. And I'm really happy right now. He's divorced divorced. He has three kids he lived with no see job. Yeah he's the odd. Yeah all those things ultimately hoping we'll win dancing with the stars this season Either James Vanderbeek or Allie from fifth harmony. Okay yeah okay. Hey very good So Fi L. wants to know. Do you think Tamra knew what she was doing when she told me. About Kelly's funeral comments on one hundred percent Okay it is time for my Mazal of the day and it goes to the news that abby from below deck actually got married to the man who proposed are overtaxed. It last night's episode which is really sweet that last night below duct about wild lyles sweet. Although there these said on the phone like well if we ever get divorced this period of time have been really great anyway. Don't forget to keep it fresh US guys. Maybe when you're both comfortable you'll even want to experiment with but dialing. Today's cogos to one of the worst Thir- straps I have ever seen a button naked. David Madore and his new girlfriend with their tongues at each other's mouths. This was posted her instagram today. Did there's no ironically. Nobody looking at this forest photo shoot is getting any. Would David Madore. But I don't think that that's an asset. The people saying I want to do is eat a in Iraq with GINA and Colorado I'm perfectly designed. Jason is such a m bone Jason. You Know Your Dad doesn't have to be here for you to come back and bar to yeah absolutely so. Did you go to college or you graduated graduate. I kinda just stop going Hey how did that go over with your father. I didn't mind it. I don't think it's everyone. If you know your path and you have drive. You got it so you know what I mean. Then why we forced too many kids into college and then they drop out or they don't find their path and they're in debt. I all right. Let's go to Sarah from Kelley. Hey Sarah which question eight or I wonder how somebody how we are Indian point before the wedding planning is going great. It's sexier guys. We finally got the dates for shooting. Queer there is so that I can now no problems and it's going good. I mean my fiance has some anxiety attacks because I was going really big really extravagant so now I just don't include him in the planning to the third question. Hi Hi. I'm I have my questions for Gina How how is your friendship with Emily? Now and do you regret being there for her. You seem kind of like mean girl torture. I understand that I think I understand why it comes off that way. I have a hard time feel like a lot of the time in my friendship with emily. I've been thinking you bet it a lot and I feel like honestly. I have been almost protecting emily in a way that I use to protect my ex husband and it's it's very difficult for me because I care about her and I love her but there's a lot of things that anything she does. That is not can not how I have friendships. Okay and there's like you know examples of them that we're not going to actually go into an watch. What happens live there and I do feel? Yeah and we'll get into exactly so I will tell us was example boy okay. It's hard you've been looking at it. I have the hard thing for me because I do love her but but she's confusing. I'm glad you said that I was thinking. She has to remind you of somebody in your life or in your past pass a while. You're treating her this way so I'm so glad you opened up and said it's you're talking about it. I had to really look yeah. Okay let's go to Anthony Syracuse. Hey Anthony which question. First of all Gina you look fabulous. Okay I was wondering if you communicate with anyone from the challenge or your season of the real world. How Koran fabulous did you know look fabulous actually from my season the real world which was in two thousand and four? I actually keep up with all of them except for one. What City Philadelphia Elsia? We're just went back. Yeah Yeah let's go to make from the Bronx same egg which one don't you keep this guy. Jay Okay Induce. Hey Meg. MJ He's out Gina. Okay and I'm wondering if you regret yelling Bronwyn or he's so find her noakes eight. Oh I definitely Bronwyn but I do think that I don't think problems a bad person. I don't think she's militias. She's I think she's really good for the cast and US as a group of friends. She keeps me on my toes for sure with all this stupid stuff she says okay. Good good a kyle from Washington Heights. Say Kyle what's your question. Hi I just wanted to know for Kerama. What hello yeah you know what was the funniest moment where something got lost in translation while you guys were doing clear I Japan? It wasn't anything that lost in translation. We all were so tall and Jonathan. Wears he'll so he would hit his head constantly. That's funny because their their homes were a lot smaller and we would laugh so hard he would get very mad at us. Also one thing lost transition in the Japanese language they would say honey and so we. You should think that everyone was like Antony Antony and we were like. Why is everybody saying Anthony's name so much haunting is like like sort of a phase in like well or kind of like the transition to the next part? Okay Oh the funny okay last Melissa for New Jersey. Hey Melissa what's your question hi guys. Hey just I want to say I love you

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The Name of the Game: Full Stream Ahead Episode #1

Capes and Lunatics

31:42 min | 1 year ago

The Name of the Game: Full Stream Ahead Episode #1

"Uh-huh Vast me Hardee's are and welcome to another episode. The first episode of Full Steam Team Ahead are I'm your host Shirley Professor Esser and with me as always is my skinny red friend. My good to have you my friend. Okay but isn't gentlemen. Welcome once for the first time. Time to full stream at margin is new channel on Cape some lunatics Media Network where we are classic. netflix style reviews but now breaking free of the vines of Netflix for any specific. A group. NO LONGER AKA Jones no longer the sound of one pit sponging No longer worrying about whether or not you're a giant Turkey not but coming here to one home on full steam ahead and our first Group of people to discuss Scott in the universe will be that latkes Amy Lovely Amazon Prime show the OH boy Not about boy scouts. Now that's what you thought. When you start of freight there was called? The Boys Not really about boy scouts. But still we're GONNA try and make it work. Let's get to our first now a couple of differences my previous podcast. One of the things is now. y'All remember remember. We always like to call out the staff writer staff You know Story editor as the hardworking person. Show business. We're not gonNA do that anymore. However at the end of this episode Myanmar's are going to nominate someone for the hardest Person Person X. in this episode That person will little bend have their official nomination which you the audience will later get to vote on to see who at the end of the season will get a hearty yes S. eight hardy for the hardest working person in show business in their individual categories. So if I may on on the counter side of that coin If we feel there is a particularly bad performance. Be You know in writing plot device or acting anger anything They'll get the hardly working award the counter to the hardy. It'll be the hardly hardly while other things coming from me right now. Yes maybe I don't know throwing it out there. I don't I don't want to be mean NAS. I want this to be a podcast joy Oy and building a of people but yes I understand but is that a fabric of criticism. Though you know I mean there's ways to be fair in critiquing taking people without being mean certainly pay anyone that's on the show is doing what I'm doing with my life so I'm always low to due to be too good mental but we'll get to that later and we do have some people who will say really. Thank you this episode. We will mention it although honestly for this first episode. I don't have anyone it's at all either. I don't either for the first two that I've seen I don't either purchased saying you know. Sometimes you never know that. He's assembling block. That needs to be out out. That will be a warning. You people read the voice to keep up. The good work takes but tonight's episode the name of the game in one episode zone. One was soup kills the love of his life. AB salesman you e Campbell teams up with Billy Butcher a vigilante hell bent on punishing punishing corrupt. Stoop and he's like will never be the same again Director this week is Dan Scratching Bird Arab Eric Kripke gets are developed by Garth. Ennis of course and John Deere Graviton get our comic book credits and no other like written bys are given even for this episode in. IMDB we have over actors. Including Karl urban who is a belieber kway who's Hughie Campbell and Antony Antony Starr Antony like like the aunt is our homeland and Erin Moriarty is our starlight January. Okay let's get to so yeah and just as as as dimension one other person that we see in this episode episode isn't course a gentleman by the name of a train Well played by Jesse usher and and and I think the other noteworthy name of course is Simon Pegg Clink Hueys Dad. I was excited to see. That is a huge fan of salmon. we'll see him in the original comic. Simon Pegg was the artist model out really well. Yeah four four. Well actually come for students a lot. you know as an example The character of semestral. The NASTRO is actually built out vom. Oh bregman British actor wiggle mustache and arrested films. Basically you know you're you're not Michael Cain But taint his name where it's already gone but yeah but a lot of times you know. Comic Artists will just pick an actor at random Character to look like that actor. I mean let's so now since there's of course you know image writing what not. But that's often the case and in the case of Hughie Campbell was originally designed to look like It was originally designed to look like So that's what. When did this they said you know signing taking? He's too he he. He is no longer than a young man that he wasn't this book came out so he couldn't really cast him as he we Campbell but They said what we really want a part of this. If you're willing to do whatever you want to know what you'll be used at so I don't even know who is dead Book but he is now so Very happy to have some pagan this and okay so our plotline is is you get your basic set of this. You know you have your Superhero Aerobic universe. You know which is which is not universally computers exist and all the various rules and regulations that come along with if if you're a real thing and well established well not just that but if someone had a private police force of super powered humans that's a you know a heavy topic to consider have you met may give that although I mean so. That's a very it's a much. More murky murky issue in this Because I think on some level on some level yes if a what if we had a private police force but on the other level is like what the prophet net you know right and the Prophet I guess is they're doing it by making the movies but I'm just amazed that You know the government is okay. I guess I mean they show you how they go about regulation but at the same time it. It's amazing to me that that that is allowed to happen. But I guess who's GonNa stop them also whether you have the reality that okay compared with exist year behaving this corporation in front of being their frontman and so have we work within that. I don't WanNa get too because all that is a bit of a reveal so are owed but the person that it gives the sunset euros are not what they should be is. is Hughie and and his girlfriend and Robby Robin sort of Having their little cute nets and all this stuff and she steps off the curb as they're talking about what canoed end then A train run literally right through her and instantly. Look where visors not seen was. It's beautiful I it was. It was DACA crazy but it was beautifully shot and he would it was it was just crazy You know and this. This is essentially are precipitating incident. That is going to be the rest of the story of the boy and it sort of lays the groundwork for avenues. They are willing to walk down. They're willing to let us get close to a character and immediately you know. Just say okay. They are expendable expendable for the sake of the story So it raises the stakes immediately. So anytime something comes up. You're like Oh man. This person actually could die. Well Yeah exactly and that is the. That is the crux of the business. Yeah anyone in this guy. I've never read the boys books. I don't know really what's GonNa Happen. The everyone in this story You know I know what has happened in some of the books to deal with the media but I really can't say firsthand. What is the certapro important thing that happened point right on this date? This scene just the opening scene was so successful because I found myself thinking in Quito Banter that they had between them as he was Still working behind the counter. It was adorable and you instantly fell in love what the two of them together really and I was like man. They're doing this sold well right off the bat. I'm so invested in these characters right away and I was impressed by that and Own Right away they they they lay the hammer down and she dies like wow. I thought that was really really a successful Emotional moment that they wanted to create. You definitely definitely a sixty day. Yeah and and repair and I think that is really what makes this. A good theory is that these are Akron actors who are willing. Who even if it's a small bit even if it's a small role? They aren't going to invest themselves and the writing in good enough that when they do that. Investment it is it is worth is worth the value. Yeah a point where you can really feel You can feel Neil when people you can feel why The why Jack Quaid he would Campbell's character is he's GonNa be this. Hung up on of Robin played by So so guero of because because you know you can see she she is she is Worth feeling devastated could good feel the love between them and that is that just makes it a really great thing. our secondary. Have you have to in this. One is of course our central excellent idea of of few and his and his loss and then the story is Erin Moriarty. A starlight clash any January who is getting cold up to the major As it were. We're clearly you know. Super Power people are the thing in this universe. But you know there's there being super powered and you know patrolling your small town and you know smacking around muggers and then there is Getting called up the major for the sets you one of the few authorized superhero keen In Michigan it's interesting both of these characters I. It's sort of like we're watching their innocence breakdown over her. What the meaning of having superheroes is she thinks it's all roses and rainbows and he just thought it was just the way things were superheroes? Were good guys in all of a sudden this happens and we're we're both seeing that this cooperation confidence in it is being broken down and we're seeing that happen in two different I will. Yeah and and really I think one of the one of the simple things in this is that you know as I say. Don't eat your heroes You know and I think another interesting little aside in that a character by the name of lamp lighter it was the seventh member of the seven. Who they say is hurt but we don't know what happened to morning things where it's like what happened to laugh later? What was his story right? It's sort of like if you played The Halo Video Games the The the spartans never died. They're just missing in action forever. So I like one of those things. I wonder if that is what we're looking at with. Lamp weather but uh-huh so each of these character each. They're they're basically meet someone on the road in burrowed in the case of starlight is the and man oh the depot is played yeah well by Robert And you know again in a gift to give the Msci Cropper's is you cast into a role that is meant as the aided and you gotta pull it off and say he is in no way likable. As which right now is actually harder than found in being a guy who can be vote unlikable and in the good place miles now okay. There is a care Pratt right now. Who is literally so in silence? A good place. The is is that you know when the original premises is that the people were sent to the bad place. The colder was the good place because they want to portray themselves psychologically but they solve the problem the end the team who created it eventually came to realize what I think. Humans humans connecting get better than not all worthless monsters and so they and this season they're redoing the experiments to see if humans can be saved and one of the characters that ascended to carry one of the people from the bad facing send suited Is Basically it's basically you know a dental confusing. You know just a complete and total narcissist who will never admit that he you know he was. He was born on third base in the second. Basically hit home runs and refusing to apologize for any of the things he says orcas. Yeah they've gone to lengths to make him completely irredeemable at least phosphor and although Oh you know I think that there is some an instance where thing where it's like almost these things we can say. Oh I see what you think. He's the person you know. But he's not but I can see why he might think that she I don't even think he does think that very much. Why but he's I think his take on it and I think I mean from what I've read on the subject? I think that maybe when did something similar visit him right but at that point I understand that. But but that's exactly my point if you understand that what but that was done to you was not right or was not good for you to turn it around and do it to another person. it's justifying but in your heart of hearts. I don't think that person person truly understands that they're a good person. There you relenting to the idea that the flow of how everybody acts around me is going this way so I will fall in line inch. I know it's wrong but everybody else is doing it. But it's never that I think I'm right or good. Yeah well you know. Well yes I mean it's about how how do you know And that is that is a simple question. Yeah I think I think there's a part of him. He has a lot of like like self loathing U. S. up. You see that a little bit in the next episode but but Yeah F- idea that you know you know I mean he is adamant Applemans And the most recent movie aside applemans add bent on war in always say need hurry he was found was because in the super friends cartoon no one was allowed to hit anyone and well remainder wonder woman could pull all in Batman could pull off not hitting anyone with basic luck. Aquaman walk walk. Needed him to punch someone to let you know he was the a and they never let them in. You wanted so it just seems like a guy in a wet suit. Walking around the lead led to this honestly this ongoing theme in a lot of Jenner victim. Especially where the water guy is because right I mean Kind of makes me think of the Adam Sandler movie the waterboy. That's exactly how he's treated in some extent. Yeah and and for that is maybe why he lashes out you know why he tries to grab what he can't where he can because because he knows the bigger guys in the room nobody sees the invisible as it were even though there is one. There isn't agile invisible man whose name is translucent. And I love the the mechanism of power to it's not invisibility. Instead his skin turns into this weird carbon material that refracted reflects light from around. That's wonderful I love that respond and I liked it. It's they make the point that you guys also pull that off make them bulletproof in the basically. He's he's amazingly luke cage without the streets a pretty good pretty good mix up but of course you also have the classic invisible man. I'm from me. which again why? No one has ever thought give him like you know kind of unstable molecules you yet but maybe but then again if he dislikes being naked and wandering around and be watching women Pete. Yeah I mean like It does seem like the ultimate in voyeurism slash What's the other one where like showing offer Exhibition Exhibition Azam? Right although it's an interesting aspect of this you notice that those are while they are gender. Neutral bathrooms well. I mean you can have both you can have urinals in whatever you don't have to trust one especially if you're trying to inclusionary come on now I mean I get the idea overgrown so it also suggests that these men's room and then we made allow you know what I mean. I guess it depends on. You WanNa look at it. Well I correct me. I don't think the Big or I don't I don't think we awoke society. Yeah Ganger who will be next episode aside there's a character but any Own so in the past so You know for is dealing with her stuff and Yeah and what's his name Huey you've done with this up and then who should enter hueys life the league's actually. I have one of the things I like about the movie. Get here. He's like mind Ray. He has the fantasy of warrior up. When you offer Jack You know you love that it makes me this? It's like an incredible hulk waiting to happen. You know that he's got that grew. Spending is a secret man who raped and when if that gets released in a superhero universe. That can be a problem. That's fascinating yeah. I don't know if that happens righteous. Oh Man Hello Dr van now. You're totally right. Because he has these little sort of I guess panic attacks like confronted with the flight flight or fight reaction any diseases up and then I think like in the next episode. He has a moment where he deals with it a little differently. But in this case you you know he is dealing with us and he doesn't want to sign it then he meets and believe what you're taking secret club or we see that the that you know this busy hill who is supposedly a superhero. Ruin that that's why take that. is we see later. You know Vite really control what the People's images are right. That's the image. They decided to Brown. But it's but it's also kind of like all these severely aggressively anti-gay senators been caught in back. Rooms is with male prostitutes. So it's Kinda the same thing or maybe calling the light that same thing in a in a funny way but we all who get the idea that you know each and they'd come up with this plotline which is I guess arguably useful because they're gonNA love the dirt on the but or early seven but of course it does he because well they are Long well he's in there. He goes to the bathroom. But we've already established in the seeing that translucent likes to hang up into that and and so yes he does the buzzing listening to suffer walks out. He gets his apology from eighth grade. Which I think actually the way was maybe even a big Cathartic for him? I want him to look very. I think I think the other part of that was Cathartic for him was that he has one over on him in that situation and that's what he was able to be confident that he was in control that he was the one enacting. The plan and the other guy was none the wiser so that gave them a little bit of confidence. Send a little bit of edge to stand on top of him. Say you know like I'm Lording over your somehow have something over you. Yeah and and I think that this was. This was kind of interesting you know. He does that than him. Truly for bogging and and of course you okay. What's the next thing? What are we doing and interesting African because you can see he wants to do more but and this is the point? Is that three people philly Jewish father and hewing themselves throughout the third thing makes this point about how huey not the kind of person who does this kind. Haven't you know he's not. He's not regretted honest as you have the Fight Avenue fighting you. Yeah when you said. He doesn't want to eat nations. The White House. What is he says this is? My favorite artists is very manilow. I like you know Ramon C shirts send that Vanity position. They'd be honest. He said the people we are. You know kind of kind of not hard hard aggressive Robert results wearing hard aggressive laughter keefer but so do you think that's him being opposed or do you think that somebody in costume on the show wanted to get quotations on me. I I think I I possibly be but one of the might even be idea that because we see that you know he was a superhero at night. He has this fantasy of who here. Ha He's the guy who likes Nevada is really is. He's not a guy who likes now. Yeah I like that you know. And but he wants to be the guy who likes nirvana he wants and even now he wants to be the superhero but you know in his heart of people not Superhero. Oh though as we'll see next episode a he is and I think that's where things are going to get a little more interest in her story. Yeah any episode. I think we've covered everything. The job is our hearty award. Okay so I'M GONNA go out on a limb here I'm Gonna I'm GonNa give my nomination with the hardest artists working woman in show business leak to just south guero Robbins But let's be honest here sold up. She told them like an effort. He's really filled out. She makes this idea that. Hey I am on established established character. I'm someone New Right. I am someone that you are mostly investment with you're GONNA get most emotionally with the over the next. It's five minutes and you don't know what's going to happen you know. I couldn't agree more. That was exactly my pay and for exactly those reasons because it it's such an important scene seen it sets up so much of why you want to care about this show you know first of all like the whole bunch of why he is so invested in and this needs to be made like concrete and you need to understand that and you do in those just a few moments with them. How reliable they are how they how much they actually really like each other and how charming she was herself and you fall in love with it and you like these people are great and then when they that way you feel that emotional sort of distance distance two and then for the second part to actually bring us to that moment to care to feel the loss to teach us that in this show anything can happen and so let's review view the whole show very different? He's so it's such an important role and such an important moment That yeah that's exactly my pick for hardest working woman in show business. This was. I'm wondering to YOU GIVE A. I want to get another one for best supporting working person and the kids Crawford who's at the Aw Okay Yeah. It'd be as Mari possibly filthy likable guy. Hi who clearly is a scammer and a deviant and everything that you want to say is bad but at the same time I think he does sell it in a way. That is both ridiculous So here's my best supporting hardworking person. This week is chance Crawford I like I. I don't know if I have a second tick well. Let's go. Yeah and I don't know I eh one but yeah that's a good one. Okay so much in the meantime in between this episode. Where can people find you? WanNa email me they can email me at Mas Manzoor at Gmail Dot com or find me on facebook under Mas Manzoor. That's M. O. Double Rosie M. A. N. Z. Double-o are and of course. If you're like me like me in at all acne malet left. They did in the eighties. You can always do that at at Be Blog at you found that super connectivity. Connectivity Love All one word Edgy mill that kind of course follow me on twitter at alive. all sorts of things including the watchman in HBO. I I don't get to review Reviewing overrun Who watches the or? Who podcast watchmen or something along those? It's on occasion Lynch it. You'll get it some great work over there at Shirley ez-zor that's H. E. A.. 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What We Write About When We Write About Food

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What We Write About When We Write About Food

"Hey there it's Joshua did you know one a is possible because of you. Yes you when you give to your local. NPR Station before the year ends you're building support support for NPR programs. You have come to know love and depend on programs like a and you're also supporting local journalism in your community. So don't wait. Donate do your part in sharing the conversation and supporting the public radio system with a year end gift to your local. NPR Station just visit donate late DOT NPR dot org slash one a to give and thanks. This is one A.. I'm todd silicon Washington sitting in for Joshua Johnson. When you're trying to decide decide where to eat and what to eat who do you? Listen to. Someone's yelp review of facebook friend. And how much do they reviews really matter. What does it Tell L. U. besides what food they like a New Yorker profile of the late La Times food critic? Jonathan Gould said Gold noticed new groups of people moving into Los Angeles before the census pick them up and he saw it because he saw their cuisine cropping up in the restaurants. He reviewed all around the city and a short essay about fried chicken by Asai endelman notes. That although everyone loves it aside from you vegetarians out there. The the black women who invented fried chicken were largely left out of the multibillion dollar industry hawking chicken strips in drumsticks and wings. What is our relationship with food? Say about us. Who Do we rely on to tell us what what food is worth trying or restaurants worth skipping? And how did the people who write about food push back on or amplify stereotypes. We have three food writers to talk all about this and more to talk about delicious writing and of course about delicious food. My accent is a freelance writer. WHO's working on a book about immigrant women in the food industry he joins me from NPR in New York? Mike Welcome to one A.. Thanks for having me Helen. Rosner is here. She's with us from. NPR New Yorkers. Well she writes about all things related to food food in the New Yorker Helen. Great to have you happy to be here and Asai. Endelman joins us from W. F. T. Down in Gainesville Florida. She's also a freelance writer. Who's written about food food and drink all over the United States particularly in the American South Asai Welcome? Hey they are going to be here. It's great to have all three of these culinary experts. I mean Are you culinary experts. Your writers I need to get my head around exactly what it is you all do you want to see. Can you explain the difference between a food writer later in a restaurant critic. Are those different things because I think a lot of US might confuse them. Yeah it does get confused and both roles are involving as we speak so. I don't think there's really a definitive Answer but I would say that mostly restaurant critics are the people who are rooted in trying to contextualized what a restaurant is doing at a certain place and time and ideally They they are thinking about what the chef is up to the food on the menu In the place that the restaurant is located in a greater context for the city that they are speaking into food writers. More broadly who are not necessarily critics of restaurants. I think You know we all have different preferences and beats if you will but you know I think of my role as Trying to you know reflect on WHO's WHO's cooking and who gets celebrated for that food? You know why that matters and thinking about related issues. That food allows us to touch from you know policy policy to to race to capital access in gender representation and a lot of times. People say stick with the food you know my answer is well. It's never just about the food this is. This is food at the at the center of our lives right. That's almost a cliche but it really isn't avenue into our greater lives lives in whatever you care about definitely in you know it's certainly You know if you're for some people I think food is just about survival right so there is a privilege and being able to kind of step back and reflect on food and how it creates narratives and what it says about without us. These are all things that you have to be a little bit of a step removed From maybe the urgent nature of food actually means so I do recognize ignites that but the the opportunity to me in food writing is to allow us to unpack something that we're all connected to and try try to take from that better understanding of who we say. We are verses who we actually Demonstrate ourselves to be how in Rosner. I wonder what's the difference for you. Because you're in New York City you write for the New Yorker and maybe fairly or unfairly when people think about Manhattan New York City and a food writer they think Oh big fancy restaurant. You need a jacket and some chic French chef is gonNA feed you. Tiny little portions people might have conception about what it means to be a food writer in New New York. They absolutely do yeah. I think that the most visible people whose bylines are on stories about food tend to be restaurant critics. We all sort. We know. The names of people like Pete. Wells Soho in San Francisco or bill. Addison and Patricia at the La Times those are the sort if most forward visible people who speak about food and the way that they speak about food tends to be in a restaurant context being New York. which you you know for better for worse has a reputation as being a place of you know fine dining? There's a lot of money in New York there's a lot of CNBC. And there's a lot of restaurants sort of a cultural activity as opposed to a social social activity or a sustenance activity I think that you know. Fortunately for for probably for all three of us for my Okinawa Cy and myself Over the last couple of decades food writing has become a much more comprehensively understood. Genera people have always written about food in ways that have not been restaurant reviews in ways that have not been about home cooking recipes but we now as as food has kind of taken on this outside cultural role. That's more on par with things like music and theater and other cultural avenues. We understand that you know you can. You can be like a movie review or you can write movie reviews and you can also be the person who maybe like writes the celebrity profile for the cover take Vanity Fair you can be the person who analyzes who's represented and directors guild or who is appearing on screen. You can write about an industry you can write about the cultural footprint imprint And in New York I think increasingly everywhere really. It's it's not just a New York thing I think it's understood that the the sort of cultural cultural criticism with service bent that is restaurant criticism. These days is not the same thing as as thinking about food as an avenue for who we are as people and how are we spend money and how we spend our time and how the reflects on the culture at large and also our individual choices. My accent is food writing for everybody now. I think a lot of people might say well. Well that's that's not for me that's for culinary enthusiasts or people with fine taste. I don't have a lot of disposable income I don't live in the big city. I don't go to Tribeca In Manhattan I don't like Fancy Michelin starred restaurants. Why should I care? Is that still the attitude around food. Writing is it changing I think the concept of who can be a food writer has definitely brought over the past years. I can speak for my own career. I began food writing three years ago. I came in as a total outsider. I'd never thought about food because you know to kind of jump off a point that Helen mentioned I had always seen food writing us. Both kind of to a exclusionary almost most inhospitable for someone like me who's not white And then also I felt as though it did not kind of occupy the same echelon as say you know film criticism more music criticism or other forms of cultural writing. You know but I'm someone who does not cook at all very bad cook really to be on it. Yeah you just totally. Yeah and so. I was hired at my first staff writing job at a food publication three years ago as you know because I did not have food expertise necessarily you know they wanted someone who had an interest in food to be able to kind of translate certain stories too much wider broader audience. You you know that that site was not having into at that time. Scott emailed us this. I'm not usually a fan of snarky journalism but pete wells brutal takedown of Guy Fieri is Times Square restaurant back in two. Two thousand twelve is still one of the funniest things ever read. Helen Rosner even. If people haven't read that review speak about the culture of the take down. I think when a lot US think food criticism we think about the the snooty guy in the tweed jacket maybe with the glasses who sits in the corner and ruins a restaurants life with a bad review. Well you know what restaurant criticism is has really changed a lot over the last. Let's say sixty or seventy years and and the the take down I think in any genre right not just in restaurant criticism. The take a take down his always delicious ashes from a certain perspective. I think just as humans There is something. Psychologically that we find very appealing about a beautifully articulated dunk. Think it's a shame but it's true. It's a shame but it's true but I think there are also and this is one of the great. moral responsibilities of a critic is to wield the power of the dunk in an ethical and thoughtful. Way I think that a lot of restaurant. Criticism in some markets in particular is just all about cheerleading an endorsement and I think there's a place to say listen you're a huge public figure. If you're a Guy Fieri and you've built your career on restaurants that will let me stop. Let me stop you there for just one moment because we have a quick break and we'll get back to what makes great food writing in just a moment you're listening to from WMU and NPR Support for this podcast and the following message come from Uber. Uber is committed to safety and to continuously ASLI raising the bar to help make safer journeys for everyone verse starters. 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And how it's informed a lot of food criticism up until now. Yeah you know we were talking about how pete wells in back in two thousand twelve did an incredible will sort of brutally negative review of a now closed restaurant in Times Square that was owned by Guy Fieri and I was saying that that part of the context for that particular negative review the and and what I think went into what is fundamentally like an ethical consideration about whether a restaurant deserves something that nuclear is is the the intent of the person who is putting the restaurant out into the world and also what their footprint is an who they are. I think that you know if Pete Wells had written something like that about a small restaurant in the East village that was run by first time restaurant hers. who were you know working with scrappy friends and family money and a home equity line of credit? Like that would have been and cruel but for someone who had the cultural impact of Guy Fieri and who as I was saying had built his career on really championing mom and pop and insincere restaurants and the kinds of places that you know would not be cool to issue that kind of nuclear dunk on for him to open a sort of Times Times Square Disney style temple to artifice and to his own profession into his own brand felt like us a a rejection of everything he had built his goodwill on Plus as as far as people's was concerned the food was bad so a restaurant isn't just the food and I think that's a really important consideration. Mm for restaurant. Criticism and also for food writing general. And it's one of the biggest misunderstandings of what the practices. The food is important but a restaurant is really holistic experience and part of that holistic experiences. Who is the person who's making money? What are they asking us to spend our money on? How are they asking us to do this? And what what are we not going to be spending our money on if we spend our money here. How you've you've written about Anthony? He's the food and wine expert on TV. Show Queer Eye. Let's take a listen to him real quick talking about recipes and traditions with one of the subjects on the show. Felony Miami are there any side dishes are things that you guys really loved. That are like quintessential MOMS merrill cheese like Mac and cheese is something that can actually be so personal and figuring out remi's way of doing it and being able to do that for maybe like a nice Sunday family meal. Well Helen Rosner you've written about Antony Antony it seems to fuse the cultural criticism of of Food and food writing. What did you WanNa convey when you were writing about this this Food and wine expert. WHO GOES ON TV? Well you know Queer is now I think fourth season they've gone through them pretty quickly And when I wrote this piece the first season had just been released on Netflix and I think we were all sort of trying to figure out. What is this new season of queer eye? They dropped the for the straight guy because now they're working with people who are trans ends are working with people who are gay they work with women and Anthony was an interesting figure and very quickly came under fire for preparing what the the viewership of the show and sort of the Internet at large perceived to be almost comically simple foods and there were a lot of like Ken. Antony Cook like is this all just nothingness. Is this a stage like he's this incredibly handsome man and he's showing when people recipes that you know I think that from from some perceptions diverge on the remedial and what I was really interested in what I find really entertaining about the dialogue I along and also really profound about the show Is that. It's not a show about fancy home cooking. It's not a show that's like hey you already have like B. Plus home cooking skills. Let me show you how to turn every night into a dinner party. The premise of queer eye is that the people who are being made over couldn't use. WHO's a sort of infusion of aesthetic consideration in virtually every facet of their lives and so Antony was going in insuring people pretty simple recipes to make MAC and cheese how to make a Guacamole At the same time it is the case you know. He was making really really simple foods so I thought it was. I don't know in in the piece that I wrote. I was trying to take the perspective that like. Obviously he can cook. It seemed like a very silly accusation to sling that he he can't cook. And I think what that wound up revealing to me was much more about what we as a sort of broad culture think about what cooking is and cooking as a moral virtue two and cooking and as as an aesthetic virtue He's obviously in front of a stove making dinner. But who are you. If you say you're a food expert and what you have to perform perform in order to perform your expertise and Antony wasn't hitting some kind of standard that I think a lot of people were looking for in terms of performing your expertise because the nature of the show was that it was sort of entry level cooking. We'll Helen. You mentioned You mentioned a food famous. Food critic. Pete Wells from the New York Times He recently appeared on the podcast sport with Dan Passion Any said he initially viewed his job as consumer service meaning he could tell people with disposable income which restaurants were best in New York City the chic EST restaurants in New York and now he says he's interested in something very very different. Here's Pete well speaking to Dan Passionate in. May I want to be able to tell people. Puerto Rican food actually matters in the city. We have a big Puerto Rican community and some delicious delicious Puerto Rican restaurants. And it's been a long time since I've heard anybody talk about one of them and I'm excited to be able to do that. That that's the kind of power of more interested in now than than just you know you can i. Can I make Thomas Keller stay up at night. I I assume that Thomas Keller is a well established very rich restaurant tour. New Restaurant turned new. York with Pete. Wells is talking about a new kind of opening up a food to people who read his call him. Yeah you know and I think you know as I mentioned earlier in the hour that there is this really inherent ethical consideration to being a restaurant critic. I've done a a small amount of criticism in the past and I've also been an editor of restaurant. Critics in previous lives and and these are pretty explicit conversations nations and a lot of newsrooms you know like a critic and his or her there editor will have a really serious conversation about who we WANNA turn the spotlight on. Like as Pete says it's a power you know it's a form of power and it's the inherent amplification of journalism of having the byline in his case. Being the restaurant critic at the New York Times is probably the most powerful restaurant critic in the country if not the world. What do you do with that power? And I think wheeling it from a from a place of thoughtfulness of inclusivity of considering the fact act that this is a position that whether it whether it has the amount of power or too much power is something that we should also be interrogating but it is useful to take perspective of. What am I going to do? I'm sitting here in front of a microphone. Like me right here. Literally in this radio studio but also Pete in front of his computer computer in the press of the New York Times like. How do I take this opportunity and use it to do something that makes me worthy of the platform that I've been given what we've been hearing from many any of you about the future of food criticisms so many of you are going on Apps for your opinions on wearing what to eat? We're going to talk about that. The Future of food writing is there anything left to say or is it all apps from here on out. 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And you know to to Pete who I don't I don't know And others I say welcome right. Pretty Rican food has been around the table. You know it's it's you know the the expansion of food writing and and it's Representative voices is not a result of new cuisines emerging emerging which does happen. But it's it's a result right now of you know pressure I think public pressure of On the part of a readers and writers who are pushing back and saying you know you can't keep talking about food. Through a eurocentric white centred centered prism and say that you are describing American food in this country you know it it it just it kind of boggles my mind we we keep having to have this conversation but it's it's just because something is new to you does not mean it's not highly celebrated and revered in other communities and so the degree to which has a reader you're being introduced to something is oftentimes a result of what editors have deemed a valuable. What a What a publication has deemed within their sort of aesthetic and there are a lot of folks you know just day by day kind of grappling story by story by line-by-line and we're not we're not settled on this right? I mean right now. African American chefs are enjoying what people kind of describe as a trendy trendy moment but you know we if you understand how this country has developed you understand that African Americans have always spearheaded the way our cuisine has evolved so so it's great that some of us are starting to recognize that and write about people. But you know Jessica. Harris has been around for several decades. Twenty Tipton Martin. You Not Cookbook author. Donna Battle Pierce. These are all black women who I've just named who Their their impact. It goes back for a long time time but Dr Harris just got her cookbook hall of fame induction in the James Beard Foundation. This year. She's had over a dozen books right so you know there was a time in which her output was not a revered and marketed. In the way that it is now but now that particular editors feel. Hey we've we've got to put our thumb on Nigerian recipes or what's happening with Ghanaian immigrants or what have you now now. It's in so you know. What does that mean though? If we don't have representation from those people on the assigning fight of these publications so the degree to which people are being introduced to new foods. I think it's it's wonderful all but let's not get too excited and proud of ourselves for you know stepping into a neighborhood that previously just pass over. I was having a conversation with a white white tech guy out in Berkeley and I described La in passing Los Angeles as a very Asian city. Nikakhtar's head to the side and said I've never heard anybody. You know describe it like that and I was like well. Where are you going right? I mean how. How could you begin Los Angeles and not know that it is a deeply deeply Asian and and as an American town so you know these are opportunities that maybe you're missing and maybe it's the you know maybe you need to look at what authors you're reading maybe need to look at you know what conversations you've had in your household growing up? And you continue to perpetuate in your household as an adult but you know these foods have always been here and it's very important into me and so many writers out there to to correct these narratives that we're discovering something new and especially goes for White Seth's who are oftentimes getting new restaurants and funding cooking the food that they learn to make by studying the practices of indigenous chefs in their own communities. Well I WANNA talk a little a bit more about process here in in the process. Maybe that the three of you use when you delve into writing about food and we got this comment from Soleil Ho who tweeted as food writers who were trained to turn eating into content or income. How do you intentionally recognize and appreciate pleasure? While oh you're experiencing it Mike that might be a good question for you because you have to be present in the aesthetic moment with what you're eating or what you want to describe and and then you have to get in the mindset of writing a good story right right absolutely. I would say that when I'm writing a food story the most important thing for me too seed everything into my subjects you know and kind of dissenter myself as much as I can. If that makes sense you know a lot of my work focuses on profiling selling Women and women of Color and other people who exist very much on the margins of our food culture and what I try to do whenever I write about their food and the stories behind and it is just make sure that. I'm not making the story about me. You know this story is especially about people who are marginalized within of our broader. Culture should never be calm about you know the journalists themselves and their imagined moral superiority in resurfacing or rescuing story you know and so I think what is useful all is just to make sure that yes you do talk about the food and you know describe what is so beautiful and unique about a particular person's food but you know make sure it's not about you now Mike. What about what else? I had to say about people who are late to the table when it comes to food writing and all of the people who have been writing about it for so long recently recently being recognized I mean look the two of you are relatively recent James Beard Award winners That's a very establishment award to win it. I guess it means that your seat is now at the table. But what about what I had to say about I dare say I. I hate to call it traditional food writing but the narrow kinds of food writing. It's now expanding right. I mean I. I was quite interested in the fact that last year the James Beard condition which to me always represented in this kind of impenetrable establishment Power in the food world you know recognize so many people of Color and black people like you know Meena China site for example I have definitely noticed that winning word at least In the context of my career has opened up so many opportunities for access and capital. Two things that you know opportunities that usually went to a lot of other white writers you know And Yeah but I'm not sure that how that a lot is going to change the long run. I am a little cynical about you. Know How much the space really is opening up. I think that The mass heads of certain newspapers. I need to change you. Know they need to diversify. I mean when you talk about the New York Times for example pizza quote to Dan. Patrick got the sport full. You know there is a simultaneous two P.. He Wells' column in New York Times. There is a com called hungry city. which you know for a very long time was penned by the guy who's a wonderful writer also happens to be women one of color and that was for quote unquote cheap eats and many of them? Many of those restaurants that guy writes about in Hungary city are are owned and operated by heal from global south or immigrants you know and I think the kind of segregation and how it exists and manifest within a place like New York Times that needs needs to change there needs to be more porous between these two types of restaurant criticism in my in an ideal world. You know a calm. Like Hungary city would not exist. It would just be a regular restaurant. Criticism call him is the same way that Pete Wells is is now I i. I WanNa talk about one of the realities of food criticism in our culture. which is is that many of us? I don't WANNA say most of us but many of us might not be sitting around to read long form food pieces. We might be going on an APP. We might be going going on Yelp. What's good I want to eat? find out what the crowd sourced review is and we've been hearing from a lot of people about this life on our phones when it comes to food a Morgan tweets us. I'm still a loyal Foursquare user which I feel is a very rare thing poet-philosopher tweets I'm largely shut in but a big foodie. I looked for interesting cuisine that can be delivered. The APP reviews that I care about greatly involved. Delivery bad delivery equals ruined food and amateur tweeted. This yelp gives restaurant-goers too much power. My partners the owner of a restaurant with very favourable reviews. But some of the one-star reviews would make you question. Chen Humanity Helen. Rosner of for those people who don't pick up the New Yorker on a on a weekly basis Many of them returning to Yelp. They're turning to four square and that's where people are thinking about food. Well you can always read both agree. I think that when you played the that quote from I'm from P well-struck nate and maybe it was how you set it up. You mentioned that Pete talked about originally coming to his job from a perspective of consumer service and I think if it as restaurant criticism has evolved away from just like go here order this. Don't order this. Here's what you should tell people Sort of very kind of directive oriented criticism That mantle has shifted to these APPs. And I think that when we write as consumers which is largely with happening in the comments comments on places like yelp foursquare we right from kind of consumer oriented perspective. That's not necessarily a good thing. It's also not necessarily a bad thing. I think at these things kind of exists together so having a more holistic cultural criticism perspective from a newspaper reporter or from somebody who's doing sort of broader long form criticism in a magazine or on a digital publication like eater coexists with this Fairly direct like you know. Should I go to this place to spend ten dollars for my salad. Well it or should I go to this other place to spend ten dollars for my salad. It is much more of a transactional conversation that said it is as with all things a double edge edge sword and the the voices who are critical tend to be louder than the voices who are appreciative. There are a lot of people who kind of take personal or individual experiences and extrapolated appleaday to universal. You know like you have one person who doesn't make eye contact when they say thank you while they're handing you your change and you're a jerk. You decide to write a huge negative review about this horrible service. I like that can have consequences and it ties back to what I was saying about how the ideal for restaurant criticism has a really deep ethical core. That you know you. I think that there is an ethics ext to to APP reviews into leaving tips on foursquare to you want to provide something. That's going to be holistic. That's not too much You know to use my really accurate phrase like too much about censoring yourself. Like if I'm going to be experiencing this as an Avatar for everybody else who is going to be experiencing this smoothie shop or this fancy French restaurant or whatever it might be what about. My experience is going to actually be universally valuable. Not Everybody gets that. I don't know but it's I think it's it's part of our landscape. It can N. B. Powerful if if if your restaurant I don't know I'm not a restaurant her so I don't WanNa tell them how to feel like part of me wants to say like ignore Yelp. It doesn't matter. It's only a powerful. If you let it be powerful but I don't actually know you know. I think that if people were writing credit like consumer reviews of all of the pieces that the three of us right in light of which I guess is the comments. Section increasingly websites are shutting this off. Well Helen I don't WanNa leave you out of the James Beard Award Circle here because you've won one as well and and you talked a second ago about the university out there universality of food experience and and you wrote a piece about the universality of chicken chicken tenders. It was a remarkable piece of food writing about the simple perfect golden brown chicken tender. And I hope you have it ready because I would love love to hear a particular paragraph from your owed to the chicken tender sure so From my piece about chicken tenders. Perfection is a precarious estate. It occupies a narrow peak. The Very Pinnacle of the mountain by its very nature. Perfection leaves no room for wildness or risk. Perfection is passive live. It's static. It verges on planned. It's a circle a cloudless sky an unmarked page. It's everything and it's nothing and it's glorious and and it usually comes with fries while I think it's a wonderful place for us to land on this. Simplicity the Golden Brown simplicity of the chicken tender and Helen. Rosner you took focus there. I I want to thank all three of you for this very educational and hunger inducing hour here. On One a Asi- Lynn writes about food. Drink and a whole lot else. She's appeared on a Netflix chefs table and has been published in the Washington. Post Time magazine among other places I thanks for making time to be with us. It's been a great show. I thank you and my accent is a freelance food writer who is currently working on a book about immigrant women and food. He's been published in the New York Times and the poetry foundation among other places and we learned. He can't cook but it doesn't matter Mike. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me. Helen Rosner writes about all things. Food Related for the New Yorker from chicken. Tenders all the way up to probably genres Helen. Thank you so much for being here. We we love having you so heavy you. This program was produced by Gabrielle. Healy to learn more about her. And the rest of the team. Go to the one A.. Dot Org Slash Staff Kathan remember you can subscribe to one as podcast on the NPR ONE APP or whatever app you like this program comes to you from WMU part of American University in Washington it's distributed by NPR until we meet again. I'm todd's will like Infra Joshua Johnson. Thank you so much for listening this breath.

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6. The Transformational Power of Breath | Anthony Abbagnano

The Holistic Healing Project

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6. The Transformational Power of Breath | Anthony Abbagnano

"Hello and welcome to the holistic healing project with me. Dr Lauren McDonald each week. I'll be sitting down with a range of experts thought leaders and other inspiring humans to explore how we can bring more healing into our lives. I believe we all have the capacity to self heal to experience more joy greater meaning and deeper connection. I really hope these conversations inspire and support you on your own journey. Back to wholeness. Hi everyone welcome back to exit the healing project in this week's episode. I explore the practice breath with Antony. Antony is a teacher breath practitioner motivational speaker and the founder of alchemy of breath in this episode we explore Anthony's personal journey breath work including the survival and transformation of his own serious illness. How breath works healing on a physical mental emotional and spiritual level and how it can really help people move through trauma and grief. We'll explore breath work as a tool to elevate consciousness and importance of conscious communities Antonio's who provides some simple breathing techniques. You can try today as always if you can rate them review. That is really helpful to help. Spread the word of self healing and Powell nut with twelve wealth and just a finite to say breath. Work is not recommended for people who set conditions so things like severe asthma epilepsy. Your heart problems. I'm pregnant. Women should also seek advice before trying this practice. If you're totally to breath work. I recommend joining a class. In the first instance so you can be probably guided and supported the practice and then you can go ahead and maybe start your own practice or jump online and join. Antony as part of is online breath dwelled program. I will help you enjoy conversation. And let's dive in Anthony. Thank you so much for joining me on the holistic healing project. Today I'm delighted honestly. Thank ye Sir. Anyone who doesn't know you and has no idea what breath weck is. An has never heard of of breath. Would you mind spy explaining who you are? And really what's led you to setting up amazing organization Well I am passionate about breath work and I'm passionate about instituting it in older conditions that we could use it in. It's not just one way of breeding. There's so many different ways of breathing. So my passion is to bring it to the world and alcohol breath. This stosic with me. Just doing facilitation sessions. But then I got pulled into teaching people how to do it and was reluctant to so but it's now grown into I think one of the biggest training academies in the world and we have a massive outreach because we pine the it's online breath work which is such a great way to reach people all over the world. And how did you come to let yourself well? It started when I was ten and that was my first experience with brass. Young BOILS AT BODY SCHOOL IN. The young boy held a bag in front of my face. He had me breathe twenty times and then helped my chest from behind. Set me down to the ground very gently and I saw heaven you know. I was so struck by the immense tubes the experience I think he was doing it to tease me but I I was so enchanted with I also introduced again and so became our member. It became a whole trend. This I was only eight or ten or something but it became a fad. That we all enjoy doing so that was really my first win and I think what it gave me the understanding that you know a youngster. You especially boarding school. It's not such a comfortable place to be and I saw something bigger. I saw something bigger. That told me that I didn't have to be overwhelmed by all of this that there was a sense of oneness that I experienced. I wouldn't have described it as a ten year old but it really felt. So Gosh supportive in such a lovely place that I felt I found a new friend and then I kept on bumping into the breath. As I got older I was eighteen when I had my first child. And I'd had to coach my wife with a system of breath natural childbirth at the time that was called the months breath work so we have to study every week and we had to practice every night I had to measure her breath and watches coach during the actual event itself. And then when we got to the event will happen and it was just a wonderful experience and you know they say inspired comes from the would bring in spirits and how beautiful it was during that bus to be totally connected to the miracle to that aspect of it that is beyond all the nurses doctors flying around epidurals and all the things that some may happen for her to be so beautifully connected to spirit. She gave birth on what a wonderful is forty seven years old now and what a wonderful human being. He's become I love that so to go from the hospital. Setting clinical setting using breath with your wife during that experience to setting up alchemy breath oversee been more of a journey other many expirations breath what that included Priam I studied in my early twenties. I studied yoga. Started to study Yoga Practice Promo and then explored Sufi breathing. Practices and chanting breathing says and then began to invent my own. I think what what really got me. Every time I visited the breath I was fascinated by it but it was never really my profession. That was just a series of instance and I had no idea they would all come together into what I'm doing now but every time I met it was under different circumstances and I loved it and what finally made the switch me which perhaps like you was a life threatening illness that no one could diagnose and I was in severe pain and I couldn't exit bed and I've been in bed for about three months. Oh and just kind of wasting away. I couldn't eat. I couldn't really move and I learned all the was last. Was the pain and the breath could call for la for anything. I've learned breathes so softly that my buddy wouldn't kind of notice so it wouldn't get stimulated into the spasms of of discomfort as I did. I started to examine the pain in a different way and this was off two weeks ago. Why me why why is it? Why what is it? What's the message I'm supposed to get and though nuances coming so I just ended up breathing and this went on for about twelve days that I would just breathe into the pain and then I understood something happened and I understood that? In the center of that discomfort it was actually something quite ecstatic. And it was all about surrendering was all about just allowing it to be the hat instead of trying to push away or to battle with it ought to fight it so that was a turning point for me and that's become one of the foundation. Stone of my work without commit brass is if I could get people feel again. Then we can begin to take responsibility for feelings and then we can begin to step into a creative role again. Instead of being the sulphurous of circumstance and at the will of others we can begin to become own powerhouse of of creativity. And that's one of the aspects of your commute breath love. That sounds so wonderful and so powerful. The reason I found breath work in eighteen months ago. Now I being in a very traffic accident and I was actually in a wheelchair for about five or six months while I was visiting Australia. And having you know practice yoga the whole way through when can't said I'd been a real support for me of second practice the physical practice of Yoga. While I was sound Sofa were able to move that much tool. I don't know how I came across the organization. I messages one down a Internet rabbit hole one day and came across the Alchemy of breath and specifically your Sunday dwelled and it was just the best thing I could've found while I was in pain. Physical pain but also you dealing with a lot of mental and emotional stuff as well and feeling really isolated and alone so finding you'll was just wonderful. I mean. Do you mind if we start talking about. You'LL BE THE WORLD. Sunday sessions because they yeah. They are just absolutely incredible. Easter wedding them every week. They still something that I I run them every week. Faithfully is a high point of my week. We're actually going to be changing the name shortly but for still now it's called the world we're going to change it to break through breath work because that's what seems to happen so many. Sundays there are so many people that come out of the experience transformed and this is why you bring together. It's an open invitation. Isn't it for anybody in the well to local adviser and essentially you lead them through a album breath wag actually says you've been at Prestwick. But but the session they should people should allow an out for it and yes it's completely open is completely free and an strings. People just welcome to come as many times as they wish. And it's a family. Is You know when one hundred one hundred and fifty people breath together. There's something magical that happens. In terms of the friendships that are bone the intimacy schering's. The brass is one of the deepest experiences that we could possibly have so instead of forgetting about it all the time. We actually come together in practices consciously is in a world where the Internet is so disconnecting is just such a lovely place come common. You just feel like you said it is a family and I love that you encourage people to share at the end if they wanted to how. It made them feel and what they experienced. So it's just a real place that you developed with people all around the world. I love it. Cocoa friends all over the world and they're all friends with each other to I think we've now breathe well over one hundred fifty thousand people this way and there's no shame doing it either. Nobody has to travel. We can just will connect him some sense of the world. I've just started doing some surveys now. In these breath works and funding extraordinary results when you ask people to measure their own wellbeing on a scale of one to ten or something before and after or anxiety and some other things that we suffer from and getting just tremendous results people coming from three to attend or from seven to twelve their own scale of measurement. So people really able to use breath in a positive way wonderful and we don't just do that breath. We do thirty other types of breath work. But that's the one we use for outreach. So I don't want everybody to think is just about a spiritual journey is really about Confronting our emotions and being able to be grant enough to have intimacy with them rather than hiding from them. We can address stress or anxiety or we feel listless. We can get energy if we want to go to sleep breath work if we want to be economist as another breath wack. We want to really calm down. There's another breath wet so that will kind to be discovered and it really does affect you on a physical mental emotional and spiritual level. Doesn't it kind of it does penetrate levels it? Really? Does it presses all of the buttons one of the magical qualities that it always goes to where it needs to go often encourage people to have an intention and sometimes on the Sunday sessions I I invite people to answer a question to reflect on the question. And that's wonderful when we have a realization intellectually. There's nothing better than breathing. In order to bring it into the body and to really get it. Get it on an experiential level instead of theoretical intellectual. One anyone who still is a an show? I mean we're talking about the web breath work in breathing and fanny. Who has no idea what we're talking about? Do you mind breaking it down to what exactly you do. In a session with people won't be too is what's called a conscious connected breath and we do it through the mouse we recommend doing it through the mouths especially for the Guinness and the reason for that is because it's a little less comfortable so it calls for a bit more awareness not likely just to fade away or drop off or something like that. That's one reason. Another reason is because we get more quickly and when we connect the brass in other words. There's no pause above some of the exile or at the top of the inhale something happens we then begin to elevate. The oxygen levels in the blood and blood starts to move around a lot. More all the Lobes of the brain get more activated and we begin to perceive things differently. There's an addition of something to the mix that we normally use to perceive with and it's quite mystical in a way but it's very real. It's very very real on every level like you said the body get socks today too so sometimes if you have a physical element or physical pain you might find that that will transform into something completely differently during best work people who have a cold or cough will if they'll just persist breath. It might find that they come out of it much more quickly as a result of doing it they've have been experiments in intensive care wards for using breath practices also for people who covering from lung operations and they say it's twice as quick journey to get out of the intensive care unit if they do use breath practices so psychologically it gives us this sense of fastness a different way of perceiving in old way. So we have an issue or something is troubling us. Or if we feel creatively blocked. Abreast session is more likely to change all of that and then in terms of spiritual journey. I know that breath works being talked about in terms of increasing self awareness on helping to elevate consciousness as well. How do you think that that plays into will? How'd you that works? We're so used to wanting to be with us the way we feel so we take pills we most movies or we become addicted to something else. We go shopping. Whatever it might be what I've found. Is that really going towards the middle of the emotional the physical sensation. There is a portal that we pass through and it's like a perception all of a sudden becomes three hundred sixty degrees. Were able to see it in ways that we weren't able to see before and I do a lot of work with a PSYCHEDELIC society London. We'd love breath works in fact. I have one coming. They should this month. And it's a wonderful way to be able to explore the rounds. We might normally need psychotropic psychoactive to understand. I have so many people who've been entente medicine. Journeys who come to US works and so Michael. I don't need anything soul here anyway. And so there's a divine paradox. Here everything we need is right under on those and it's much more powerful than people understand. We could talk about it all day long but really the only way to fully get it is to breathe it and so people have some extraordinary journeys into the other into what we don't know and Best Way. I've found to get people to let go of what we do know is to investigate their feelings. Last Sunday I had something happened with a young lady. Who said look? I've been breathing for a year and I. I don't feel anything and I said well that's really interesting. What's your experience? What happens for you. She said well I stopped. I stopped like something might common than I. Then I stopped to get frightened so stop it and so I said well I just I just want to acknowledge you because you off feeling you feeling fear and the invitation is for you to actually go towards set and not let it keep controlling in your life. So how would it look for you to be able to become the master of that relationship? She started to breathe differently. And as a result a huge experience so for me the gateway is about feeling the first press we have to take is enormous. It includes everything its completely unconditional. It's just this open grasped for life and then one day we're going to come to the lost one and it's going to be letting go of everything we'll the stories and all the bills all the mental stuff all the hoax. Everything has to transform that loss breath and it seems to me as we do this practice more more. We understand that the breath is bridge between the two and each cycle of in Halen exiles practising practising life and death and we know one of the most detoxing things we can do we know. Breathing is the quickest way that you can actually burn calories news weight and we know that seventy percent of our took sins are coming out to our breath so when you think of that on the psychic level what is it we can let go of and if we clear out the room if we clear out all the clutter that we've allowed to be stored into our psychic house what would have fresh grass bring in in stead. That's just as wondrous sense of the meatless possibility and that's breasts work spout holy old stuff that we already know and trusting having the courage to just trust that what will come in. Its place will be rewarding and it's beyond belief. I really really lovely to hear it in that way when we chewed into breath in a typical person day to day life where all quite shallow breathed his own way. You know you look around. And you very rarely see someone really kind of being mindful and taking stock of their. I know I do all the time especially if I become a bit stressed or busy a lot. She get to a point where I'll notice or belly breathing. You know I'm not union to my breath so we have the practice that maybe we come to a breath word class or maybe even we have daily breath what practice. It's almost bringing it off the mat so to speak into our daily lives. We walking around. How can we just make ourselves choon into the breath a bit more on a day to day basis? Well a regular practice is a great way to become more intimate with breath. There are a couple of really simple breath practices that are very penetrative and become habitual quickly and I would say one of those is the coherence breasts which is a simple breath that you do through your nose and you count five seconds in and five seconds out and this was a breast that was explored by the Mass Institute in California for many years before it became well known and it's Goto breath at any time. You feel flustered or out of Seoul sore if anytime you're in a queue and you've got nothing to do or you're wishing in the bank or you're driving your car or whatever it is. It's a safe breath just to practice breathing. Entry knows to account five and breathing out for count five and so after three or four days it becomes embedded enough that whenever you feel any sense something happening you want to come back to balance again you go back to the coherence breath but if you can maintain it for three weeks daily practice once in the morning once at night somewhere in the middle of the day. After about three weeks it becomes. You'll come from breath. You just find yourself doing it. So that's the practice that I really recommend people to try but the wonderful the process that it's it's like this gauge showing how you feel all the time. So what would it look like whenever we feel easy and relaxed or whatever we feel tense and upset that we begin to notice how a breathing and just that alone is next? Derision how many times in a day can you notice how you breathing because this is telling you how you all and the wonderful thing about the breath is that we can reverse manipulate a lot of symptoms or a lot of conditions by playing with the symptom? Which is the press. So if I feel panicked not upset. I'm going to be close to a short hyphen puth hyperventilating breath and if I do coherence breath or if I do a congress breath which is a breast what could I use a lot where I breathe into the count of foreign. I extend my exhale just as long as I can. I usually start with six or seven and then go up to nine and ten and up to fifteen twenty. I'm going to be activating my vegas note. Which is my wellbeing. And I'm naturally GONNA come to peace likewise if we feel stalled stock and listless no energy low energy just three minutes twenty seven breasts the breast we do on Sundays. And you'll be vibrant and alive and ready to rock. You know so we can. There's just a breakfast every moment of the day and is banking for us to become intimate with. It's the biggest gifts that we never received and still waiting for us to open the package. So it's a choice. It's choice but it does start with noticing how you're breathing in different conditions. Just listening to you now. Had the chance really to tune into my own breath and putting speaking for about a minute and already I can feel myself. I've just dropped drop down to where I'm feeling a little bit easier bit calmer so yeah just that one minute then just bring attention to. My breath is really really powerful. Do you mind if we dive in a little bit to how breath work can help people with things that tool in grief because I know that these is really a kind of somatic practices in it as well getting to come back to their body. Would you mind exploring that too little? Yeah this great man cope each Levin who does somatic exercise Work and he has done tremendous work with trauma so I have high regard him. There's another man. Called Vessel FONDACO. Cousteau research had TRAUMAS. Well he and. The breath is particularly useful for trauma because we lost it when we were traumatized. So something happened. In that moment of the impact of the event itself that was freeze or a fight or flight but usually a freeze which meant that. We stop breathing. And in that moment something becomes embodied intracellular structures no longer just a mental reaction of the surge of hormones and chemicals that come through from the brain. But also there's an inaction and what we do with brass is we're able to impersonal way. Find release through the body so again if there was an emotional instant like an abuse or an accident might have happened somebody. I wouldn't necessarily need them to remember that accident or revisit. The level of trauma but there are physical exercises. We could do before breath sweat. That would help them. Discharge the trauma. That's been held in the body for all that time. So in terms of the physical damage with the trauma it can be released with breath work but his the deal because trauma is so pervasive that our old understanding that we can muscle up to it and just get stronger so it doesn't hurt us. Stay strong in. The face of trauma isn't actually true. Every time that off brain thinks the same instant is going to occur again. It kicks out all the chemicals all over again so the body actually it actually exacerbates. The sense trauma actually makes it worse. Here's an example. I remember once driving my to children's school on morning in Italy and as I was driving I was going about forty miles an hour so down this road and then all of a sudden this car came out on the right hand side and I had to swerve to miss. It would have been fine if I was on my own but having my kids in the car made it a huge instant for me. I stopped after God. I could`ve. They could've been killed. Something terrible could have happened to them ever since. Then if someone comes out on the right hand side when I'm driving I have an involuntary action. My buddy might. My hand will turn the wheel to the left. And I'll make that same buddy action that I used to it's time and it's uncontrollable or has been up till you know a few years ago for about three decades. I was always doing that. So it's an involuntary return to the trauma that occurs so I also work with people with a process that I've developed over the last five years called the bridge which is to create access to the possible selves that Galt isolated fragmented at the time of the trauma. What we seek to do is to decide densify and this happens if one is experiencing a sense of overwhelm with anything. We tend to assume that it's us. It's happening to me. It's happy to all of me but what I've discovered edge with my work is that there was once a time. This happened and someone got left behind. In that moment someone got hurt left behind and this plays out in today's world like if I for example. Blame my parents for sending me to boarding school as a youngster as a seven-year-old hurts a lot. I was just like abandoned. I felt sense of abandonment that I lived with from my whole life and I played my parents for many. You know twenty or thirty years. I resented them for what they did to me. Leaving me in that place but what I understood. Was that the only person that can actually do something about this me so the bridge process is about helping you to go back to the time. The full you traumatized and to rescue the person that was left there so now I have no reason to play my parents. I actually take care of me. I can't expect them to take care of me. I CANNOT BLAME GOVERNMENT I get to take care of me so instead of externalizing. The problems that we face in life we get to move back into that empowered rollers creator again and taking responsibility without self blame or blaming others as well. Exactly yeah. It's really interesting. I'm I'm studying at the moment with Gabala Matei on his compassionate inquiry and it's very similar. There's a lot of parallels it's that with tool my because often it comes from a place in within childhood a charter experience and it's really revisiting that with the client book also using the breath and getting them to come back into that body aches. Kosovo often we dissociate me when we've had a tool Mohan it's it's coming back into yourself and really sitting those feelings and gone on inquiry and gained curious rather than his fear. That often stops US doing that. And it takes a lot of support and strength. One of the problems of these fragmented Ourselves that get abandoned left behind these incidents that we've suffered they don't really communicate with each other. They just sit there and isolation and misery but they do have enormous control the way we behave the way we interface with the world. Because we're using operating systems that are so outdated that way. I coped with an instant when I was sudden is not the way I'm going to with the just not work but we keep trying we keep going back and trying again and again so de fragmenting these pots of self and bringing them back into wholeness is very important journey. I love you mentioned. The WET wholeness. Because that's really for me. What this idea of healing is is pretend to wholeness so obviously on a much more macro level we've been talking about individual but right now it just feels we've got so much pain and suffering and out as a collective you feel. Things are getting better and people becoming more conscious and becoming more in Palo to. It's really difficult when you look around and you just see pain and suffering. It's so overwhelming sometimes. You don't know what to do to help yourself to help your neighbor to help the world at large. Have you got any thoughts on that? I do of course who who doesn't chew who isn't perpetually shocked by the extremes. It just seems to get stronger and stronger and begs belief. It really does that. It could become so omnipotent powerful and I truly believe this is the way that we train facilitators for alchemy press is that the world is a reflection of our in world the outer world is a reflection of in world we know that in simple terms and we accept that in simple terms but really the only way for that change to be made is total absent commitment to that in a world and to heels out if I can heal my ina garden than I can teach become not buy books right or the things that I say and you know that quality of presence that some people have you know they could walk into a room and people gravitate towards them. All you find them attractive. And that's because the committed to doing that in a wok committed pretending to the influence. And I I do see in the in the exponential growth of my own work that this is a force to be reckoned with and it's a force of beauty enjoy in love and it's more powerful. Perhaps as long as we live in a dualistic Welt they'll always be these two things that balance each other yet we do get to make a conscious choice. Which would we rather do? We want to be buffeted and the end of the tail of the dog getting whipped around or do we want to take a stand for what we feel to be true and to be a beacon for those that secret way and I think your own experience with your illness with your accident and you'll resilience is what makes you teacher. Nothing else is the transformation of your greatest challenge meeting that greatest challenge and transforming victimhood into a noble suffering. So even when we do get beaten down that we can transform it into something noble and that means we from it. We greeted a something. That's happened for us not to us and using it always as material to regenerate and be reborn inside with express so we can show those hundreds of thousands of people who are just confused and overwhelmed by all of that. There is another way you spoke of that earlier with cancer. The hope is that people can get that hope as to view. I'm John I think that's just so exemplary of this wave this happening right now and also there's a way to conscious community and that's what's happening on the Internet with seeing these communities grow and foster each other and help each other and it's just a whole new sense of spirit coming into the world and for the troubles that the Internet causes there are some blessings to and now where both my wife and I we just acquired a retreat center here in Italy and it's under an empty village where now goes to very grand plans which you know hopes and prayers really but a a conscious community will grow their actually fending off overwhelming response from our own following. Because it's what people want is really what we want. We want to ground this vision into something that can move the world unrealistic and practical level. Not just up here in the head or the heart but also a grounded vision. Thank you thank you for. Your time wasn't really appreciate that and what came to mind was that between Viktor. Frankl quotes and I'm not going to be able to remember what for what but when everything else is going on around you the only thing you can really control is you'll choice. You have a choice and every moment I didn't I paraphrase very badly. They it was the idea that he when he was in Auschwitz. Being taken from him his family had been killed and yet he had this awareness in any moment. You have a conscious choice. You can decide how you're going to react whether it's going to be with victimhood or whether you're going to let this experience help you grow employees so I definitely always have that the back of my mind when when doing this work and going down this path because it's definitely been a journey for me as well. I think when you when you're in a doc experiences difficult sometimes to see the light at the end of the tunnel but it is yeah. Love have got to this point and being able to have conversations with people you and sharing them with with the world is just a gift and congratulations on the retreat spaces I have. I'm one of your followers who are very eager to come along seen as tough running. Yeah we're doing some very discreet post. We don't want to get overrun. So we're just pacing them. This will Betas. We're doing town planning and all kinds of things in the background. So it's a very exciting project and it's and it's like you said it's that need for community and to physical space as well. You know I said the Internet can be used so while you oversee do it with your breathe road Sunday sessions but to actually come together in community and be seen and really have those deep connections is just nothing like it not assert true and actually it's teacher to us. Also that the telepathic quality that exists when breathed together that the distances a human notion the physical distance of the screen and all of those things just become notions that just illusions away when you feel that sense of connection. Do you know what I had to really be experience in. One of your pre throughout sessions. Where I just thought to crying and crying. It was such a release. I was actually crying because I was so great. It was the first. I'd been my crutches and we'd done a proper tricked into nature and I hadn't been spend the day stuck in the house and suddenly I was just crying so much because of this connection to my breath and I just thought wow to been able to facilitate my release and letting go through the screen you you drink you know is so important to be that with each other. I know. Sometimes when you're in breath work you can get more hands on and really kind of touch and support the person but I still thought I had a really really deep experience just by being guided by your voice and music. So thank you for that. Because I wouldn't have got there otherwise. Yeah welcome thanks. I offer them up immediately. Because we're just playing with what we will given. Its all time to play with us. And to explore your example is classic that we get permission. We got permission to really stop being contained by other people's Stories. We get to be his biggest. We really won't breath. It's just a wonderful transcendent experience of this snow cage for no no prison. Dot Com contain us. When we choose to breathe consciously not so beautiful. Thank you so. Was there anything else you want to share? Finally did you have anything else? And he was the more closing remarks. Well when I few people I was awesome. Awesome message that you would like people to receive for what would be the most important message you could. You could give and I think that Especially for people who challenge right now. By all of what's happening that there is a story. There's a human story and that human story was named so well by Joseph Cambell some fifty or sixty years ago when he named it the hero's journey or the Xiros journey and it's about departure from what we know and embracing what we don't and meeting monsters out there or in their inside us to that we need to reckon with. We need to slay them or saddle. It's often saddling. Not Fighting. Is often in the surrender and the understanding and the softness that can muster that relationship with demons and then the journey continues. We get to learn these things we get to find these treasures that inspire us and give us a sense of purpose in life and in order for the journey to be completed within. Get to bring those home again. So next time anyone feels a sense of overwhelm. Do know that there's something else that wants to happen. It's not personal is just part of our growth. It's a cycle that keeps happening all the time. There many of them happening at the same time to so to find peace in those moments that most distressing just know that. There's something to happen next. And what would it take to notice what has to be just watch? Tv program skip it. Don't just push feeling away. Just please take some brass and unnoticed. What might be defined Such great advice. Thank you and just finally. I ask all of my guests. What does hellenistic healing mean? Bringing up hearts into wholeness for me concepts like duality very highfaluting. We can't feel real sense of oneness with the world unless we can feel a sense of oneness within ourselves fest. So those parts of our psyche that needs to be loved the parts that we condemn the guilty ones. The ones the ones that line the shadows. What would it take us to love those two conditioning? Antony thank you so much has been such a joy to speak with the for anyone who wants to connect with you find you. Where can people get? Hold of the you can come to. Alchemy PRESS DOT COM. You'll find out everything that we do and you can write to me. Talk to Antony at our commit breasts dot com. I'll be happy to correspond. I have found this passion for this work and my arms open wide. That's why that's why the passion is to brief the whole world and it just fills me with so much hope when I cross passer people at you. That food of the darkness in the world that all such bright shining lights so I just appreciate you so much. Thank you so wet that you do. Yeah thank you learn for making this happen and changing people's lives just by being who you thank you so much it's been say lovely to chat with you. Bless you thank you so much and thank you for listening to. What's happening those? 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THE BOYS SEASON 2 (EPISODES 1 - 3) - Double Toasted Audio Review

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THE BOYS SEASON 2 (EPISODES 1 - 3) - Double Toasted Audio Review

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And that's why they take care of that. But I will tell you what there is a safe buffer buffering a distance. A disconnect between US I do enjoy looking at very corrupt superheroes. because. That's more real to me because I know how I would be. I mean everybody should be honest with themselves. Sure. I did enjoy. The. So much that I said last year. Twenty nineteen when the first season came out. I say you know what I'm going to go out and say, this is my favorite superhero property. At this moment, I love the social commentary, a loved the characters I love the adult approach to it, and now we have season two. Coming up very quickly. Yeah. They green lit them they they already working on it I think they knew what they had. was going to be. Special. Yeah. Yeah. Shit the cast was about to get out and go home and writing they got the. Turnaround. Season to. Back. To. Karl Urban. No safe. Yeah Man. That's one of the things that had me worried. You know what I mean for you know with anything part one. Origin story it's always the better instances of capturing lightning in a bottle was always surprises I'll have all the reveals young. and. It just a lot of times. It's just they just can't capture the magical. What made it work before? and. They did this quick. Dan. You know especially when you feel like you're rushing something like the quality is not going to be on the same level as it was before, it can't be you just did it too damn fast. Well, that is a big fairmont with this. The boy season two along with the other things and concerns and I mentioned. But we have to watch it to actually make. A true valuation in because say that we can judge completely we haven't seen the whole season but we were we were fortunate enough to get three episodes. Before this premiers on Friday and. Those three episodes would be available to you to also see not gonNA wait three weeks. You'll get to see what we see before. Then we're going to go ahead and give our review. Of this and as we said butcher. In. The boys back. To take all these heroes down and the thing is they all have different had different outlooks in some say all. Those soups are bad. That's what they call them in the show Butcha Bullshit. But that cable. Put that? Day. If, you fly, you talked to fish. You bulletproof. I will find a way to kill you. So not only is it about the superheroes that a corrupt but? How does Vinson is need for this thirst for revenge? How does that corrupt? Even the good guys let's go ahead and take a look. They can continue along those themes but the same quality they had before and we'll be right back with our review. Of the first three episodes in season two of the boys. My Wife. She's alive. Votes holding a get the. In Roy now. Pitch Trump. You fucking with us. With the most bats country. We got soup terrorists. House. I'm storm front. On the new girl. What's your big plant? Them. Back. Of course, we're in we blow it up. Super terrorists will come. For. All, we know these maniacs communicating from their chance to solve. Fucker you. I'm just trying to help really how. We are in a war. But. We can fight back James. Brown. James Brown I got so I got so. Okay. Jeez I wish it could be a superior. Had The Cape Cod said he did kept losing it. Didn't want it. Trying to put that. Cape Hurt. An army. Superman million. Strong. Now, don't be a pussy laser my fucking tits. She's got a whole army. Lost on. Earth. Where we do stay. I can tell you something. That he was acting was fake. Anytime. Blackmails they she. Saw, he saw some real. Never never. Speak. Act that. Just come from lunch or something they blew up a fucking dummy he didn't. Shoot. ANC cut fuck you. Exactly what we're GONNA do. Cool. Totally. Together. Same does go ahead. Go ahead. Good. Shows All Right Just. Don't care. Kill. You were man. Regardless of what I have to say, any further nece a packed a lot. In three episode. Yeah, they did. I was really impressed by what they were able to fit into three hours and they still got seven more episodes to go setting up some really cool things manager. Now. As most you might have guessed not love everybody feels the same way. But I'm just going I'm for me I'M GONNA go ahead and say this for the first three episodes One of the shows. Biggest strengths is still this asshole right here. In, the reason why he managed to be a big highlight here the the big strength of the show is because you've been keeping up with the with the show if you saw a season one. you know you can look at this picture do fucked up. In some I mean you know because I mean if you Don't in here where you would like. Like the biggest moments where you tell people like I, just saw the most fucked up show. It was used. Homeland. Do. You know what I'm GonNa Crash. The. Plane. Took my chances. Somehow some way they've managed to make him even more fucked up. And keep in mind the first three episodes loved this last season. They found a way to make you at times have some sympathy for him. TRANSA- gone. No Is. Gone. This is a complete piece of shit. But the thing is you look at what the things that he did. Like. Just the way he was. In last season and you like would. How do you even top that? You can watch so now I know yeah because that's messed up individual right there. How do you talk that? I can actually give you an I'm being serious. I can give you A. Give you one simple description. Imagine. If you took trump gave him superpowers. You would have this character right here. A person who's a complete narcissist who every everything that he does is for his own self benefit and one of the main trump does have the power of the US government behind him. So he sort of that already know man just blew flashy raised from his is. We. All of us in the messed up. Man. Because a lot of you saying, that's a terrifying thought. Exactly. This is a guy who I mean. That's the biggest fear about giving somebody. The ultimate power to fly. Bulletproof strength and whatnot all that is great. But what if they're what they're insane socio. Associated Pat even go along and say this a psychopath, a monopoly can feel anything. Yeah. They even do a disagreed job. Let me you showcase that seem the first season, which is an amazing moment on on the airplane. But when he's just in a room of someone like I, don't know how this is going to play out because I consistently feel anxious and his his mood swings. It's like I'm a Goddamn dot. You don't know what direction is going to go and everyone that's around him feels threatened by him or at least most of the people you know. That all the superheroes on his team scared who should be his friends terrified of Investment I. I was watching this last night I almost cut this shit off. Yeah. That that that nasty feeling. Because people look. Last season homeland, it was mostly a Dick. A Dick with superpowers. And? I'm not. I'm not saying this to say anything to defend him but. Look. All of us have always wondered and they've shown in different things and that's why this concept was always popular everybody's always wondering. What if Superman was an asset? What if he wasn't so goody goody. What if he actually go out and do Superman? Because he had those very moral parents from from the Midwest who taught him to be good at the country as Paris the people like I want WanNa Darker Superman. It's like no, you don't. Imagine. If he had landed in the mid west and it was real in a country as parents would have been racist yet. We. Have Wow. You went had no black lives matter because you know black lives. In Air But Even. That far like I said, everybody wants to know what Superman wasn't astle because I know I was superman look. Let's be honest Ibn. Angle try do nothing no truth justice in any Kinda way. But my I think most people even if you start out saying, Hey, I, just want to do the right thing it was starting to get complicated and you go you know what I got power. I don't need this to be complicated I'm making it simple. I'll make an executive decisions right now and then had to start you on a downward spiral. Yeah. I'm going to do what I want to listen. I'M GONNA. Tell you if I now we need powers if I just had Baz money. There would be one nine you begin that fucking costume. I find joke and I've hire somebody ticket. I'm tired of this. I I know how I'm tired of. So if I asked him what powers it'll be like you get three chances, you three strikes rule you get three tests and get your life straight that third time we flying rental Arkham Arkan done it. Is it down there. Yes. You you had three chances are. Mom Are we going to the woods? Practice announced the World Hey, I'll be cool if you be cool. But if you show up on my radar, that's your ass. I guarantee you have lex Luther the joke in my clutches passive Archimedes I'll be good. That's. GonNa take it the woods and laser your limbs off one by one. Think about all this inconvenience you put me through. You. Know I know how it is man but homeland homeland. It was the best answer to that that we have so far because there was a guilty pleasure watching him their first season because the character was so mentally messed up like like we say. A Social Pat. But this guy, you know he's been disturbed since he was a child that was a short out there and I think he wants to feel something. But at this point, he can't. And that's what made an everyman last night I watched this. So I had to watch this all at one time. And there were moments like acid. Mattress, I need a break known. I was I was at first I was like, oh, the only since the first three and we haven't done yet threes all I could handle. It's IT'S A lot. It's men is character right here every time he walked into a seeing our just tense up. There are moments especially when he's being Nice Oh. Yeah. These nice. You like no no no no. No. How's it going? How's it going to play this out of just just leave? No, that's that's the thing. The nicer that he is I'm glad you brought that up because that was a point. I even put right here because I say he Points that you guys made and they were great points. One is that he is completely unpredictable. He looks he's going to snap at any moment and you just don't know what's going to happen. You know that but the moment is irate acid actually there's one predictable thing. The nicer he is the more means that you probably about to die or at least get seriously hurt and the moment that mother started smiling. There is a moment I know exactly what he does something like okay. It's like here he is. He's he's he's went to all the experiences and he does something so foul to someone I'm just like Oh my completely unnecessary exactly just to prove his twisted point that was shocking but they can't shock me now I'm numb to this is like no, they did it. You did it again I was also been wanting to were fuck you to marvel yell really 'cause. I, know one of the characters. You did that token. Yeah. Man We won't say where it is I and the thing is i. knew something was going to have. Yeah and I was expecting I was like you WanNa scream at the end of the show is sitting up they expect and God damn. Jump those. No this this character is is frightening. He is he is. He makes this feel like a horror movie time he's around yeah. Yeah. That he is what bright burn was supposed to exactly yeah. No somebody's talking about right burn and not a big Fan of bright burn burn it was one note and even makes sense. Yeah. It all it potential that it had that it squandered they pick the ball up and ran with it and homeland is one of my favorite characters on television ever and I'm scared like a mother fucker you love to hate him I couldn't. See Walking I couldn't even look at the screen 'cause I don't. WanNa look. To do like man seriously, this is an amazing character that they've that they've written. Just because of the the the just the emotional reaction you have to that poor. Girl Man. This actress Colby Mindy. Every time she's on screen I'm so nervous you would just I'm so scared he's GonNa kill this woman every time because the thing is she comes and she's a PR person and she constantly giving him ideas that he hates and he's constantly looking at her with a smile talking about. What the fuck is this Your. Always comes is like. We, have the best news we've picked this right here. They have chosen a best ideas and he's looking like, I hate it and I'm just like Jesus to do that fucking quit. 'cause she comes in so happy that she has this position and he quickly turns that around I'm saying go leave drive uber for a little bit. You find your next Gig. Work at Jack. In the box flip Burgers, you may go a Burger beat them nobody laser your face when they just don't like what simple thing you come up with the them. This dude is a man. He is a he is. So terrifying this character I'm serious man I. I've never seen a character like this I mean this this is something that this is a superhero certain. We Star we sort of laugh off superheroes. Now you know and it's like. Well, we've kind of seen the whole formula. This is one of the most terrified characters I've ever seen. Scares the Shit at? Yeah he's. He's never not interesting like every anytime he is on. What are you going to do I love his mommy issues that they constantly bring up and even just. Anthony Star is the actor and like even articulate his jaw display motion. Lesieur his this like my God like don't get him around milk because you're gonNA see just the. Motions going on that on And do not be lactating around. You know she's Guilty. And I really mean that probably. The other reason why this character is so frightening a reason why it works is because you know we're talking about again you know some of the more super billion elements of we're talking about him like he is a movie villain but. They never really brought it home for me and made me really fear him is because they ground him a little bit in some actual drama here in. The story line that brings the most drama in the show in probably in and it is with him is that historic line would butcher's wife? BECCA. Got The actresses name. But she's connected to homeland do with the kid says kid and out of all the yes his kid All the superpower stuff, the political, a corruption. The corporate corruption that we see. This storyline is the one that really makes me the most tense because it's a storyline of domestic abuse. You know it's it. It feels very much like real life. Domestic Abuse I've got a like having that abusive dad. Toxic masculine husband you gotTa do walking around the House. And A. Goddamn. Superman costume pretty much that he never takes off. Never takes off in the original series, the first season or here neck now always, they always made him like other worldly because we saw the other characters even in the season they have their civilian clothes but not him, which just makes him even makes even more threatening. Yeah. It makes it makes it weird that you never takes off. He never did and the thing is he's walking around the house looking like somebody to at a Halloween party and it still feels like an actual domestic abuse case. You have a woman who has a child with this abuser. And she can't run away from him. The authorities won't help her out. Right. She stuck at home with this guy was forever connected to her and she can't find you kinda relief from this person or safety from him at all, and it's and it's not like he physically abuses her but just the the small. Threats of abuse like he does with everybody. Sure. Just when you tell somebody hey, I need you to leave and they're like, no. Yeah. I'm not leaving and you can't make me when a and. She just has to live with this crazy motherfucker man you know we hear that with domestic abuse cases all the time is. They I thought that was very smart the where they play it out whereas like it wasn't too heavy. It wasn't but it was sort of an analogy for when I call the police can help me. You know she actually is trying to call a certain authority out there and she just has to go back home and just says, you know what I just hope is me that's GonNa. Be Dead instead of my kids every element of that part of the story feels authentic. Yeah. Despite the guy dressed up like A. Superman. Like six flags cost. It's incredible. Excuse me. But Emmy if you know if it's bad around. This woman. Is Bad around that kid is worse when he's around the kid because he he's so mentally. Abusive of this I realized it because he thinks because that's one of the most disturbing part comes out now you know it was funny because I I laughed I laughed when he pushed that kid off the roof. And I'm looking at this I'm like it turns out man nationally. Funny. Yeah. Now, maybe maybe I should have been let a kid pushed off a roof anywhere but you though. I'm because I'm look I do better than homeland eleven get pushed off of the house. But when you see your dad never did that to you. Know I. Mean You know what I'm saying? To Myself. But he ever do anything equivalent like throw pool like, Oh, come on you could swim getting on my dad never did this shit to me. No. Okay. No non payment. I'm sorry. I. Thought it was but never mind. Neighbor that would say I. About my dad, my dad never chuck me to. Through my ass off of a roof. No dairy no you. Damn, Martin Dad Black Hole. Not. Jesus you told me stories about your dare I never do your daily hasten? What's that? Don. WOULD THAT BITCH? I mean, maybe 'cause my dad looked like he's GonNa kill himself. Because that kid who need who need this shit I used to put a towel and run through traffic offset. That was too hard for me. To do. The meal fuck and he. Gave Birth to a an episode of Darwin. Darwin awards. Darwin Award it's kill himself com. Chuck mean anything I did. But what's so great about that scene particular is just the aftermath because he had the it's Oh. It's a funny beat that's they had in there but when you actually see with no music and it's just him and the mother's panic and just going what I do. Yeah that's wrong. He know what he is. He's he's he's the opposite of Uncle Ben. He's basically it's like, no, we're fucking God's man. We're we were better than all of these mud people down in the kids to psych crew. He's always come easily confused about the situation, the power, another responsibility. And the thing is the kids reaction to get out of here I wouldn't be with my mom things are better when you're not around. This that that's classic right there. Yeah. No. This kid man. This kid is very intense when he's around this kid because he thinks he's filled something but he doesn't know he's he doesn't realize herself. She's being around his kid and he's having a this kid do things that you know what he just that he that he thinks this kid should we never considers anybody else. That's why I say everything is all about him. You know he tries to say I. Love You. He doesn he realized that he he doesn't mean it doesn't know what that is. He doesn't even know what it is. He thinks it's just something if you say it that that that that that's enough and he doesn't like he this character on A. On a mental level is very complex I mean some the worst ways but. You know those things are very intense with him. Pushing a kid of a house and thinking like, Oh, I'm doing the right thing. He doesn't know at all. He feels nothing. But Yet At all that, they still managed to get a laugh out of me with that character because that kick because he has to deal with idiots. Sometimes. That PR woman I fear for her life. She's might be smart on the any of the circumstance but around him, she's a fucking idiot. And he just hear him deal with her half the time. Makes me laugh. But especially when. When the deep with his dumb ass he's trying to get back into the seven. The deep is their aqua man character. Look you know He might be insane. But he's still smart. In the see him dillon with some idiots right here like the deep. And just his the way he rolls his eyes actor is so good. You know the the his exasperation of always having to deal with people lesser than him just always gets a chuckle out of me. To Bill. Hey What happened to kill it fucking killed a man what. Intel. Started, put them off and he Ran Right in. Stop my credit card. Okay. So you're saying there's there's people with the terrorist look at me saying. I think. So all right. Did you get a good look at them or how? Busy. Worrying. About. Lucy. You know The the character still manages to actually not completely be repulsive and I. think that's why the writing with this characters. So good odd. It's A. Looking at this man. This actor man plays. Let me find find a picture, Anthony Star Antony, Antony Starr man. Anthony Antony. Not Anthony but Anton Yeah I'd made that mistake to there's no h in there don't say the fucking. You. Real, Nice I. Bill Real Nice. What did you say? You think there was an ancient in. My Name and saw there was not. See Yeah there he is right here this actor. A lot of it has to do with his actor, just be able to bring all these qualities. If you want to call it, a qualities are all these traces this character to life right here. Character a superhero who was emotionally stunted spoiled a self-serving narcissist who was still charming. You know makes him one of the most fascinating villa's today because actor right here. Huge praise for him and he plays that character. So well that if he was working for me, I wouldn't even trust him. I'd be doing background checks. CBS. A history of secret history mental illness should I'm looking at them right now no, this is crazy man that's why he's able to do this. There's something to be said about you enjoying the way he has to deal with it. It's like you look at just. Talk to your editors. Wow Wow. I can't say anything. Lack of words. Jesus. There have been moments I've gone to. Go to Youtube and looked at certain things and I. Make a call and like what the fuck is this this. Is. Okay. I'm not saying I'm tried to look at. Do something he. Might have to roll my. So. Ahead lasers. Yeah look man don't give me a reason. Oh. Let's see here. I got A. I got to tell you. Talked about this character so much and talked about how much you you say how much you just love to hate him how much it's character as we say just. Complete Bill and complete piece of Shit. Terrifying. We put all the all the villain super villain characteristics in. NAM, praised the mall. Which is why got to give credit to someone Character reluctantly give them credit to care to that I absolutely hate. Can't even get even put. No love. No love. To hate just hate. Hate hate. Yeah. Storm Front. Was I was that actress name. Oh Man I forgot. Forget her name. Yeah. Somebody Chat. Let us know somebody say I A- cash somebody Chedda hit moist Mike said she just looks at knowing and she is before the real we before she really turns into what it is that makes you hate she is just annoy yeah. No, she's she's annoying when she's her best self. She she is. She's will push. She's like an Internet troll. Yeah that's what she is. It was a superhero and learn later on. It's like, oh. This is if a Breitbart writer was a superhero and I'm like Holy Shit Yeah Oh what a perfect thing to observe with going on leg right now put down the show yeah man. I find her Man I can't believe I'm saying this I shouldn't even have to compare but I find her soul much worse. Yeah Homeland. Oh No no no you as much. You Watch his show going like she's his homeland such a villain. He's a danger to everybody he's got to go. He's got the die. She moved to the top of the list to weekly homemade. Okay. I'll I'll get to you live you talked about his various. You know because look the thing is with with homeland. I. Could least give him credit in some areas. You know you you're funny you're intelligent. You have great leadership Skills Yeah Usually by intimidating people, who'd you get the top? Donya. Storm Front from the moment she enters. She's just she's like one of those nordahl millennial bitches who was on the Internet all high. Talking not even trying to help anything I. Try to do anything good either gossiping or try to expose somebody again just doing always belittling everything not everyone but everything around her because I'm so much better than all of this. Yet you are here. Yeah. Yet that whole everything has existed up to this point has been Yeah I see it and I'm just GONNA pointed out to everybody. She's just annoying before he she even gets the part that the mater and I gotTa tell you it for about. For about a minute and attainable shit because she came in and she was just kind of exposing all the bullshit. Yeah of these heroes the. Corporations like she was like I was like, all right I'm on your side girl. You know who we are. But let's meet another hero. This is lance. Corporal. Dan Miller. Dan and the other brave marines, second battalion helping keep you safe from the Super Villain. We're proud to fly alongside them. And now we could use your sport. That's right may with our new campaign saving American. Hearing guys wish me luck. F- why not a real base. As if homeland or. We're GONNA eat em are easing pissing detrick. Rest of the we're filming right now excuse me also you might recognize army boy is hotel clerk numbers from you apples breath episode of criminal minds beyond borders. Hello Hi, my Nana's your biggest fan I'm scarring front is fourth time. You. You make me hate you because you made me defend somebody that already. Hey. Look digger at the even. My Man. Can't even say my mom I gotTa pick the oldest staying at their. As ban of YOU'LL OLD S. Right right. Yeah from Seattle. PORTLAND. Actually your. Highness Hopefully. Shit your eyes are really fucking blew up close. Our funding. We got work to do. So let's go back to. Totally. They wanted me to meet you. Owe the boys on eighty two. I'm. New. Girl. Wait what are you talking about? Oh? Hi I'm in the seven. Replacing translucent. That bless his soul. Inks fairly dry but Yeah. Reporting for duty plays it isn't this. I don't blame him. There's not a genuine thing about our man. No, and the poor girl is just so like I don't WanNa die over this. At this and see that's what I look. He smiling, who is he looking at? Like He's like he's like the. People around you as would dude and I know without even really your fault, but I need to hurt. He's like even moments like that like when I'm a north Israel, I'm terrified of him. And I know you do none. But just the thought that he's thinking something right now I think for me when every time the their onscreen together he disappear so. No he doesn't know what to do like he represents this on like the Apple Pie baseball like Reagan America that's what he is and she's like this new wave. All right you know Internet trolls, personnel like I don't know how to how do I deal with this type of new hero and then you always he always looks old way next to her in all sorts of various ways and I love that dichotomy between at least in the first three episodes I wanted to see more of them continuing to grow but Jill interesting. She's also this network where everybody's afraid of him in the react that way. So he says something pushback does desk. She's the only one that's like not giving him in. Any kind of fear I respect. I cash is actually great as the carrier. Fantastic no no, I love her but I tell you what and even homeland homeland is getting jealous of how have how evil she is. You know he's looking at her like bitch you big ability to me right? He Know Mommy's just looking at her and he's like fuck you how you so bad. Just doing. Logging at her jaw clenched. Man. Yeah, yeah. Somebody's sitting. She's a caring man. She's a super. Yeah. Yeah Man. Moving from the villains. To the good guys man, Karl Urban and Jack Quaid who is Dennis. Quaid son. No. No one ever mentioned his mom. I guess you the Quaid name, but his mom is a wasn't make. Ryan. Meg Ryan because you can see some of that in a lot of her and he's not coveting shit and blood but. But they they. They can can't continue to. Grow. Even more. Through the interactions of their characters honestly, if there was anything I wasn't digging both the two of them are getting on my fucking nerves these first three episodes were they yeah. I. 'cause Huey is just so. He's being whiny and I get why but to a point where it's like you kind of dragging everybody down but then butcher like man. I thought you Kinda cool before but you're you're you're you're I never thought butcher was cool. Argued that with. Butch is he's he's a problem. I wouldn't be surprised if he became somewhat of a villain. I get the impression. That much different than home lander or he doesn't care about anybody except what he wants. He'll sacrifice his team and they showcase that he doesn't care about civilians. Now in regards to the Huey, I would disagree words like. Has All every episode he says, listen to another billy Joel Song staring added. One of my girlfriend, my small part he's living in some just hovel New York. We're all everyone else's like help and put these these these gangsters back together, GonNa get fucked up all these superheroes I mean there's like I understand why he's whining. To be raw get it. Point of like like there's a point where his moping is almost gets everybody killed and I'm like I i. no no but you gotta I gotTa tell you start moving please I don't like I'm I'm with. With Herman here this dude never asked this shit wash the first season no, no spoilers eight I mean you know I want. To open up with it he kind of gets tricked into it. He gets tricked into this he he loses girlfriend. He spins half of these shows covered in blood and always always cost constantly covered in blood this first episodes and he's got this guy who brought him in trip in his constantly aggressive and abusing him. kind of like you know. I. Don't blame this do for extent up to him sometime I that's the only thing no, no that I get this similar intention between him in. Simmering tension between him and butcher the whole time. In on and The thing is it keeps you on edge it really does because. Well the biggest thing is that. Just, scared, the butcher's is going to beat the shit him more than he already has. Regarding. Content. Someone. nope. Finest terrorists, who is the contact? What is their actual name? You. Know I won't. All of it never love it never. fucking. No. Not a word you left for dead and now it's like nothing happened. Euro fucking. What happened last semi punch to. Shut the fuck up. Remember that. I. I love the fact that he's staying him like it happens consistently and I'm glad that the other people narrow like Oh. Yeah. But just kind of an asshole they realize they realize. I turned around when when the rest of them. Spoil his we don't go to. Know that. But where they start to kind of look at butcher like 'cause before they like Huey come on and after while they link weight yeah, it is. It is never These homeland and this guy look they might be different on certain levels. But this Gu this dude is crazy and is always just like with homeland is always my way and is always I get what I want through aggressiveness and intimidation. I am sorry. Sorry the trust this slot was smart enough to save themselves like they've done a hundred times before. Okay where he's been well, technically Eichel and he blew up madeline. Still what I told Ya, she was already dead when. Oh. Cool. Totally is gonNA pretend like this is normal like we're fucking lendings. Shit. Everybody. GonNa fall on. Let me shut the fuck up. Food I'm always on Huey side, but I have I have nothing to offer no advice except here you stand your ground and just take that as well when it comes. I can see hueys frustration of working with a leader who always has to have his way and doesn't really Dole out information to the rest of people on his crew when they ask for it and. Oh Shit. Following. Say. Said no names. Okay. So. What are we gonNA talk about show I'm sorry. I couldn't trust A. Lot smaller. Neil. Here come Carlos you want to get his ass cutting he got you. Say. He was wrong. In fact that was. Right. I. See. Homeland duty. Crazy. I. But I see what you think there's a moment where he was getting my nerves too. But I just like it but they pushed as. And I get it. I was like now I understand I do but I can't help but have this emotional link. He's mentally breaking down. He's he's got PTSD. Even. Say like man that. People tell you brought in a Villian with what you expected to do. Yeah suitable. Comfortable. Calling for, Nokia. I'm sorry. you know the the the only thing is that I? Like what they're doing with the characters so far. MECO. Karen Flow Harrop laser she's getting a little bit more development as you get some background about her family history. Now, the only thing that complain about with these characters is that so far. Now no only three episodes in. But. So far. Can Find. The characters of Mother's milk. In Frenchie. They seem to be the ones that a slightly neglected right now they're not getting any development at all only development that in Laszlo, Lonzo plays mother's milk. Tomorrow, cocoon is the Frenchie over the see him. Right. Here, the development that they have for these Frenchie. Just always worried about can MECO, right? No in and he but he gives more than mother's milk because his biggest carrot development, he's building a fucking dollhouse. And always GONNA pay man are they right and I want to see my kids yeah. Good Point? But again. Three episodes in I'm willing to see where they go with that they have their own episodes of development. Giancarlo Esposito Who? Is Still Goes Frank I mean look you can even tell those two. But. Apart. He's less gus fring than I expected. Well, he's spring the chicken accent. Accent. Franklin accident all he did was changes shirt. Maybe maybe a different parody lassus wire. I mean don't get me wrong. He's good. He's good in you put gus bringing anything the character does bring you put him in you making say they cared just don't blow his ass up. He will lose his cool. But no. I like. What's the characters name? Forget carriage and this stand somebody I believe I remember. Always going to be. But you know I. I like him sure because he's able to stand toe to toe with homeland and talks back to him and not flinch share she. She is funny. Thing is. He still got their hair still got those glasses still got a the same expression in the find thing he still slugging that blue. Math. In this except. Except it turns people to superheroes now. It's like they call it with you need to do. With glasses slicked back hair who sales blew drugs. Dick Giancarlo esposito man hey, maybe they'll work that into far cry. You Joke Blue Molly's. Man He. You're right. That's the able to go toe to toe with homeland. Little bit more cold-blooded Thin Elizabeth Shue was. In Elizabeth Shoe, had some sort of still emotional ties to homeland. He's like give a fuck about you for the money. Well, they establish that he has always been kind of keeping himself separate from everything that's happened on the ninth floor and some guy over here. So we have the proxy now. Yes. Get involved because of certain things that happen in regards the story line days like he has to now which I thought was cool. Yeah, he's. Just, a great attitude. Job in the world. Right now, it's going to be zinc the buster like him though so like I'm a lot. They have A. Him like they showed a scene with him where he was. I think they showed like what about five minutes of that? I saw that I was like you know what? He's a he's actually really good. I'm looking forward to this. He's really you know there's certain things that make him small subtle things where he's not exactly spring. I'm on page thirty. Four. Chain of command doesn't apply to other military contractors in the field. Why should was praising sandwich when they're an actual combat? Whom exactly do your heroes report to? Same Person. Always. ME. Some. Stupid. Shit. In that same preview that they showed people. They showed you a blackmore. Character that they didn't really use a whole lot people even wondering about his powers. Show that he was a complete bad ass and this would probably some powers. We don't even know you has it. Everybody thought him more like the kind of UH. Kind of like the Batman Snake is of the group it turns out there's probably a lot more to this guy then we then we know. Actually looking forward to see. If they do some more reveal reveals with him because he's actually coming in. He's still very mysterious. I still know what his deal is. It's like the they use them a lot for comedy so far I, mean there's maybe one emotional moment within crosses three episodes but. I just don't know what his what his function isn't this greater overall series. Yeah. Yeah. Same here man I mean I I think this saving some things. Him like certain characters they haven't done a whole lot with him in a train and you've got to be figured like they're gearing up for something big with them to surprise us. Yeah. Yeah and that's the thing. I am looking forward to some of the other things that they've set up that we've seen so far. You saying that they were setting up some. Some small conflicts here near that will build up throughout the show. You've seen how? In the last episode just some of the heinous acts that the deep did and. You know that that history is about to catch up with him. He tries to get back into the seven. History's being brought back up with him and starlight. Who invited you exactly story? I did was unbelievable. I'm going to do everything in my power to renew my light. Just for you but for all the female people that have offended Charts of the collective maybe. During idiot. Easy on the religious persecution. Okay. New Girl starlight maybe one day you can welcome me back into the seven. I know my route is long. He's serious. FUCKING, way you're coming back. Anchorage. that. Dad is going to be tense because if you know what he did it was you know we're laughing, but it was just foul. Yeah. No? No. No. I'm just thinking like like just just how angry she was right there. Oh Yeah. Do what you did you you think he's GonNa. Walk up an apology. Joined some former scientology. You know I I know that he's mostly used for. Comic relief but I'm digging a storyline. I mean it of just shows all the various issues he has and especially like with his own body and things gang over that and how the even showcase I was like, okay. That was funny at the same time like this guy. He is such a broken person and I want to see this team develop I. Hope it doesn't like end with the with another gag but I want to see how they handle and throughout the rest. To communicate with it. Yeah. Full you know for a bit. But then when he talks about his childhood and they're bringing up the fact that everybody here was given. As kid and I was like. Okay I. Guess I do feel for you know. That's the boldness of this of the series. I mean on the on the front end, it looks like it's Just. A flat out comedy but they're they actually being daring with this they're actually challenging you. To go in because I saw somebody in here this because rape is funny right and I don't think that they're trying to make No making no matter. What the doing is into, they have somebody who did this this horrible act in their challenged you say, all right. You know look past person as something that somebody that is a villain up front and look pass him to see what's happened in what traumatized. Nobody's saying that you have to forgive them. But can you can you feel something for somebody that actually was heard at some point in his has that has made them what they are right now. You don't have to even feel sorry for him but just understand. Yeah. Yeah. No again. It's GonNa make some people mad even here say that but. I'd rather had that kind of writing and put it out there like this is safer is gonNa tell you exactly how to feel yeah. Yeah. 'cause because in that moment, there is a little bit of like. Well, you know the guy he suffered and he of knows but when she comes at him and like, Oh, yeah, no, no, no, no no, you can't just wipe it off the book because you understand she's coming from. Hell. Yeah. What. You put me through. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah but you know what are you GonNa? Say? No no no. No No. You know the setting up something between her and Adrian. Adrian. You know we didn't get any clubs anything and he's he but he plays a more prominent role later on as we go into the series especially with him having his own health problems. You know his own secrets but also always. Around starlight, expect some sort of suspecting some sort of betrayal. You. Always WanNa know what's going to happen with that down the line Dominic Mick. Got The name is Queen Maeve. She also brings a little bit drama. Of her trying to. Struggle with her public image against her. Own Sexuality you know it's it's. It's some stuff that they're Lang Lang things down right now that I'm sure they're going into later I'm looking forward to see what they do with those. But you know also is still a comedy. In some parts I. Mean you know it's dark comedy dark. Dark comedy and so it's still has some characters out cliche that bank fit in here too. Well, some stereotypes they had a filmmaker Dude Indiana's like iron is a little bit later in the way you wrote them. But a lot of it sounds very soap opera like when I talk about all these different subplots, relationships and everything especially. When you get into like you in star late and their relationship and what for something that's going to run along with a series you gotTa, have those things? Yeah. I agree I agree I it doesn't bother me like I seen this. You know they'll play out. But the is the series always rule rose above any kind of Schlocky. Soap opera con storytelling because you know because a couple of things really. One. This is very relevant. They've always had they're. kind of a very fuck. You sort of attitude of very fuck off sort of attitude towards the social commentary really is like if you don't like it, you can handle it. Then you know we don't care. You know now we're not here to please everybody. Needs Special there with social commentary very relevant right now, talking about like these guys who are trying to take down an expose. Corruption yet, they're labeled terrorist. Really Marquesa Liberty Culture very much. So I, I, love they do with starlight see her glit- stop and glommed up and sexed up, and then a scene where she's changing our close and you see just how what it takes to just go to be an flipping just being a regular you've walked by the street. Yeah. Yeah. She looked like a normal person. That makes you think about these these celebrities especially, singers that you see Taylor swift and you're like, oh, man, she's so hot. It's like well. Yeah. That's with all. This going on goes a lot of. Celebrities and anybody anybody. Yeah. They make any idiotic celebrities. You know we saw with the deep they hinted that he was part of a church and his. Church is is a riff on scientology and it's pretty upfront about that. It makes fun of celebrity culture outside of the celebrities. All the stupid press junk is where people asked the same thing the the the PR stunts. The the the bland marketing that goes on we'll just even seem with the deep where he's he's being belligerent a bar. It's like look if you don't leave call Tmz I'm not gonNA call the cops. Threat estimates and go okay. Fine. Yeah. Focus groups and everything. Yeah Man. Yeah. Focus groups. Yeah it's You know that's all that stuff is they make fun of that. And pretty much spot on. I can tell you that you always hear me talking about press junkets. It's how they make fun of that all the time. I. People can go these press junkets now and ask same ship on but the other thing is that along with that. Very. Straight off fuck you approach to social commentary. The it's combined with a lot of violence. s that's the thing that they have never. They have never. Been Shy. amped it up. Oh, they should did I. Mean I've I've felt ill watching some of this I mean is it that gets a moment like in the last night they had a lot of it and it seemed like they were kind of just taken the tone from the comic book in the Planet Right here to stay true to what they created there but it gets to a point now where it looks they just relish in it like. They do because they just. They do like some really graphic shit just because just because they like it and it had to do all that. On. Shopped in the throat and but. For. What happened snap a knicks? He's like hey. Watch this. Crack and crab legs. I, WanNa I, WANNA brace. Visuals are amazing but because they use practical effects can just just a lot of Gore and blood on all the actors all the time see Gi's well. But the sound design, and this is really particularly good I mean that really does sell that you're hearing flesh and bones and cartilages being snapped in ripped. Job Yeah Man. Some of US combined with some really nice action you know. This some create a batch in scenes and here that they do combine with the Gore I. Love that. Unified has anything with the deep. Summons. A whole army of sharks. Chase them in a in their boat. Shit. This ain't is where they blow the hill at that's. Oh Shit sees. We're taught to by the way it's not enough just to impale a whale. Go through with a boat. Day after they're done. Is. Not enough to just impale the will for the shock value. Now, they they chill near have a conversation they hang out. And have a cup right there. Yeah, man they They like I it's still Is. There's a tone to it just trying to stay true to the nature of the very violent nature, the comic was. And I do think they push it maybe a little bit too far to where it's like. All right. You need it. We need all of that but I'm not complaining I mean it. It does stick you know yeah. Like you said, it's in the nature of the comic, but it is what pushes them out of the emmy nominations. Because because it makes them, it makes it easy for somebody go ooh I'm not watching this. Well, I've read them stay true to what I went to. Ward who cares exactly exactly I still listen. To wrap it up someone up at still think that this is right now. the best most challenging. And well written Superhero property that is out there. It scares me like no other. It makes me have mixed opinions about these superheroes. And even it turns me away from goal I usually like it man on and I don't really have a problem. He actually was kind of cool how far they go. But. Like I. Say they balance all that? costumed heroes balance all that by taking advantage of will real world social satire. Would have adult approach in like I said. I'm not saying that I want this completely. 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Of Ghost Foods and Culinary Extinction

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Of Ghost Foods and Culinary Extinction

"Wondrous story they tell the story of this black rain that fell in northern Libya and then all of a sudden sudden sprouted it's hard to really imagine what that could be maybe the self him seeds were lying dormant in the desert and there was an unusually unusually intense storm that caused a flush of the herb to appear but it is this wondrous method it just all of a sudden was there and then it was gone so okay the story of the creation of the herb called Silvio is a little thin testicle but Silvio itself was apparently wondrous and then it disappeared and well well maybe that's why I'd never even heard of it yeah I hadn't either but for the ancient Greeks and Romans Selenium was their number one most favorite herb forget parsley or Basil Astle or meant they were all about the Sophian until they ate it all sylvia went extinct and it was all the ancients fault that idea that we can eat so much of our favorite foods that they completely disappear that's the idea we're exploring this episode it's a concept called culinary extinction what foods foods we lost just by loving them too much what tastes did our ancestors enjoyed that we can never even try what might we be in danger of losing today and can we curb herb are hunger before it's too late all that plus a magical fragrant pair that you could spread on bread like butter don't get too excited that one's gone to that's right I'm I'm the Voice of Doom Aka Nikola usually and I'm Cynthia graber and this is guest Bud podcast that looks at food through the lens of Science and history but before we get back to our endless this hunger we have a sponsor to tell you about them T- is a Massachusetts based premium loose leaf tea company that connects people to the world's second most popular beverage they traveled to find the most delicious and interesting single Arjun Tea's like delicate Greens smokey alongs rich black teas and they create their own distinctive blends like Red Chili made from black tea on show tilly and Cacao husks and biscuits lime cooler organic viscous orange peel and dried limes tea lovers from beginners to experts love MTTI use code gastropod ATM EMPTY DOT COM EMMY MTA or in store for ten percent off that's M- empty dot com we also went to tell you about a new tech news podcast from recode it called reset is hosted by rl Ross former science reporter for the verge and the first climate change correspondent on American nightly TV news news for vice news tonight every Tuesday Thursday and Sunday Arielle will explore the unexpected ways technology impacts our everyday lives and how tech is fundamentally mentally changing our humanity from authors using artificial intelligence to write novels to bio hackers altering their own DNA and hate groups using Crypto crypto currency to fund terrorism these days every story is tech story and reset is going to show you why first episode of reset is available. Now subscribe to reset for free on apple podcasts stitcher or your favorite podcast app so you never miss an episode our guide on this culinary tour mopus culinary culinary extinction tour is lenore newman she recently wrote a book called Lost Feast and she started us in the Pleistocene era about two million years ago well it was the ancient mammals mammals that happened after the extinction of the dinosaurs and early humans chased the mega-fauna of the great took grasslands and plains so they ate things like mammoth and Bison and giant Moose and giant beaver and camels also humans at the time were primarily herbivores about eighty percent maybe even more of our ancestors diets would have come from plants and roots and berries but that ratio wasn't about preference we were just opportunity we did want to eat all those huge animals that lenore described but they were massive and scary and so we'd kind of wander nearby and maybe he picked up a baby or an animal that was sick or one might have conveniently died we might have picked it its bones for dinner one of our most favorite mega-fauna was the mammoth ten tons of protein fat and fun there were mammoth all over the planet right from the tropics to the polar regions now the mammoth we tend to picture picture are the polar mammoths they were about fluffy I guess is the way to put it they looked like fluffy elephants were larger and they had very large tusks fluffy elephants pence sounds nice and cute but they weren't all woolly somewhere just kind of Harry and they were all huge most were about twelve feet tall that and those immense sharp tusks must have I've been totally terrifying and of course they weren't really on the menu until we learned how to hunt effectively in groups from a bit of a distance so you really couldn't sneak up on one but about fifty thousand years ago things changed there was a big breakthrough in human toolmaking including including the development of spears for hunting and it was still probably a pretty dangerous endeavor but if you could bring down a mammoth it was a massive pile title of meat this change these spears and tools and the ability to hunt animals like the mammoth and get a big stockpile of food it changed everything though early human species had left Africa before for this was the time Homo sapiens actually successfully migrated and eventually populated the planet and almost everywhere we went there were mammoths mammoths were in fact super adaptable they ate everything from trees to moss and so there were mammoths on every single continent of Australian Antarctica which was handy for hungry humans humans mammoths became a real favorite end everywhere we wind the mammoth population started to fall they vanished I in Africa and then mammoths vanished in Europe and China China and then finally they disappeared from North America and up in the Arctic but why why did they all disappear well we ate them dot is the long and short of it and and they were just a really convenient meal and so if we chart human expansion mega-fauna died off as we moved because they we're the first easy food but just because we're eating lots of mammoth that doesn't necessarily mean we ate them all right surely there were other things going on that actually they pushed them over the edge for a long time we thought shifting climate probably pushed them to extinction but the real truth is there's a lot of smoking guns sons in that we have a lot of mammoth kill sites where there's a lot of mammoth bones with cut marks we can sort of see the way the extinction extinction happened scientists have studied this and they found that when humans moved into an area where mammoth heard lived the lady mammoths became sexually mature earlier this is the same thing that what happens in groups of animals today when they get stressed out by major predators another smoking gun large marine mammals and even little land mammals they weren't disappearing at the same rate eight as the mammoth and so if you see this one population it's fine and then right next door on land the began malls are disappearing really rapidly so that's a really good indicator here's another clue that humans ate all the massive animals around about seven or eight hundred years ago the very first humans arrived on what's now New Zealand and and they immediately started feasting eight twelve foot tall five hundred pound flightless bird called the Moa me do you know that we ate all of those In particular Maori Maori colonists when they arrived quickly killed off the MOA because they were a very popular barbecue food we ate the MOA into extinction pretty recently so bats documented but archaeologists have found out that the same patent happened everywhere pretty soon after we showed up the local megaphone a bit the dust every continent had its own and North American particular we lost a lot we lost an North American lions and Cheetahs North American camels of the six six bison species only two survived and it was really a near thing for them we lost a lot of the Maas Cox d North American mammoth mastodon has to dawn elephants basically it's like a Noah's Ark that just vanished and here's the final piece of the puzzle the nail in the coffin that makes it clear that we were guilty of this culinary extinction once we ate all those massive animals like the mammoth and killed them all off we had to find something else to eat so we invented farming the development of farming itself is another good indicator that this was important in that we were so reliant on those began models that once we killed them off we had to find another way to get enough calories because there were too many of us to hunt and gather roots berries and in small animals so as those animals disappear you see that Neolithic Revolution occurred that shift to farming and developing in permanent settlement so really the story of the mammoth the ending is really a story of beginning for our current food system can you imagine all the sudden no more delicious mammoth for dinner ever again instead you have to sow crops and weed the fields and harvest and process grain or heard these stupid smaller mammals about and look after them such a bomber of course we have no idea what ancient humans thought about the switch to farming because they didn't leave a written record but is it possible they they had any idea that they killed off all the moments that it was their fault almost certainly not we have pretty good evidence right into Roman Times people really didn't didn't understand extinction it isn't until we get to the Romans that they start to understand humans can actually impact the earth this sounds weird you'd think about it why would you understand extinction the world was vast and unexplored there were lots of things in it imagining that some of them could disappear for ever is pretty dark for a long time it was almost unfathomable but the Romans started poking around their fields and they came across some huge bones like mammoth bones and this gave the Roman some ideas and they were really kind of of the opinion that these bones were from gods and monsters from a previous reviews heroic age so thousands of years ago various ingenious Romans found these huge bones for millions of years ago and they put them together into mishmash skeletons skeletons that look like the Griffin's and send tours and Titans of Roman myth the popular understanding was not that these creatures at once lived here in our world old and then gone extinct due to say shifting environmental pressures instead for the most part these bones were treasured as relics from a mythic past a previous swirled ordered that existed before our human era but had come to some kind of epoch cataclysmic end at some unspecified time bud had there was a dissenting opinion in that the Romans had noticed that some of the animals they were used to were disappearing from their ranges such as has the lions of Greece and the ore rocks of Italy and so some Roman philosophers started to wonder if maybe this was humans fault that we were the ones who'd been thinning out the lions of Greece and those huge wild cow ancestors in Italy and a few Romans came very close to figuring out both extinction and evolution but not before they'd actually eaten there most favorite herb into extinction the wondrous Sylvia Sylvia's Sofia is in some ways the thing that I'm obsessed with I would love to Trysofi Selfie Missouri Herb it grew in the northern part of Africa in what is now Libya Silken was enjoyed for thousands of years and by cultures all around the Mediterranean the Egyptians is and the Minoan had a special symbol for it the Greeks were obsessed with it and then came the Romans end I mean we know it must have tasted good too the Romans 'cause they put it in everything Sylvia vm apparently had a stroke like fennel and leaves that look like Parsley and heart shaped seeds supposedly tasted a little bit like leaks once it was cooked and this is planned was critical to the economy of the northern African colonies it grew wild all around what's now Libya at the time it was agreed and then later Roman colony called Siren and it was so critical to their economy that their coins were all embossed with an image of the Sylvian plant and we have one cookbook remaining from Roman Times James that's often referred to as a PCs and most of the recipes contain self-esteem ABC's used selfie him in everything he used it in recipes for chicken lamb fish eggs and lentils he recommended using it and Salads and he liked to sprinkle it on melons he even added the juice of Silvio routes it's too gravy so Romans clearly loved selfie him and then it started to become more and more difficult to get a hold of it was always valuable but suddenly it was also really rare the Roman emperors started the to use it as a form of currency they started to bank it along with golden jewels in the royal vaults and so you have these kind of Selfie hordes start start to appear even a PC's who used Sylvia M- liberally was aware that many Romans could no longer afford as much of it as they wanted in his cookbook he suggested that Sylvia M- lovers could soak pine nuts in the juice itself eum roots and then those nuts would take the flavor and you could use them crushed over dishes get a hint of your favorite unaffordable her it was growing everywhere around siren when the Greeks added a few hundred years BC but by the time a PCs read about Selfie at the turn the millennium it was already on its way out which indicates it must have been very important and it must have been highly desired because it literally he was period of a few centuries that it was sort of burst onto the culinary scene in Rome was over exploited and then was gone by the time the natural historian plenty of the elder came along he was born in twenty three Ad Selfie was basically gone and he never got to taste it himself and there was rumored the last stock was given to the Emperor Nero but is it really gone I mean lenore wants to taste Sylvia M- clearly and obviously Nikki you and I both due to it could there still be any growing somewhere it's vaguely possible though unlikely it had a very tight range p he pulled really spent a lot of time looking so it's unlikely we would find it growing because the climate has gotten much harsher in that region now the tantalizing the thing is in northern Libya there might be remaining samples of the plant in tombs of rich and powerful people especially in the the ruined Roman cities of the area but of course because that area is so unstable we really haven't been able to do any proper archaeological logical digs in decades but how would we even know if we found it the seeds were very distinctive they were heart-shaped and so we would recognize it if we founded founded of course the problem is that you know tomb raiders don't tend to look for plant matter they tend to be in there looking for gold and diamonds and such touch. Okay Cynthia you me Lenore in Libya it's like Indiana Jones and the lost her that's my type of Indiana Jones Day tuned listeners meanwhile here's my other pressing question if the Romans love this herb so so much why on Earth did they let it go extinct they didn't want it to that's for sure it was the base of the economy of the region but it was hard to manage it was hard to cultivate which meant you bid of the tragedy of the Commons kind of problem mm-hmm where there was such an incentive to pick the plants and sell them that it didn't matter that was rare and I think most people thought Oh there's probably a few still down here in a few over there and let's just thin out a few here 'cause we need a new horse or a new car or whatever they needed it's that old thing where you just keep reading the larger until the larders bear plus the city siren was expanding farming was expanding into the areas where sophie and grew wild old and so it's habitat was being destroyed it needed a particular micro-climate to grow in and remember that weird origin story how one day there was a black rain is Irene and Sylvia opium just appeared after that that story made even people who kind of realize there was no Silvia left people like plenty it made them believe that maybe it wasn't necessarily thoroughly gone forever I think he was sort of secretly hoping it would reappear somewhere that as Roma's expanded it might expand into an area with it's a big field of self him also he also did believe it could spontaneously regenerate that there might be another black rain once again people at the time just didn't believe that something thank could be entirely gone and that was a common response because of course it was a big world and certainly there was a lot of disbelief around around things being gone gone it were and even with the mammoth Lewis and Clark expedition in America one of the things they were on lookout was for living mammoth and Mastodon they fully expected to find them somewhere out in the west sorry dudes now mammoth no silver. Although mammoths though are the lack of mammoths is actually what helped people finally get to grips with the entire concept of extinction but that took another other nearly two thousand years and that very long hold up was partly because of the rise of Christianity and the belief that the Christian creation story was literal Christian thought thought really closed the door to that model of extinction and a lot of people refused to believe extinction Shen could possibly exist including very educated people because it went against like they couldn't imagine why the sort of God they believed in that was actively working on earth would allow a species that have been created to disappear and if they all died why wouldn't they just pop back back into existence and this was a released strong line of thought until we get to the French revolution which really opened open the door to radical thought including the idea developed by one man George Gouveia of an entirely lost world filled with lost animals mold including the ones we used to eat for dinner but before we tell you about this big breakthrough we want to tell you about a couple of sponsors Pete and Jerry's organic gags has done one thing for generations produce eggs that you can be proud to serve your family across the country there are small single family owned farms take pride in raising hens simply and end providing healthy organic free range eggs you can learn more about these farms and the families that work them by visiting Pete and Jerry's Dot com in other egg news just a week ago scientists assists published new research showing that color seems to be related to climate the colder climate the darker the egg likely because dark colors absorb more heat helping keep the baby chick warmer her one more egg on Jerry's website you'll find handpicked recipes using their free range organic eggs from sweet to savory there's something for everybody repeat and Jerry's believes in small-scale humane organic farming because it's the right way to farm and they want you to believe in what you buy the next time you're in the Ed Guile at the grocery store checkout checkout Pete and Jerry's organic eggs and also check out pete and Jerry's dot com that's Jerry's with the G. to learn more have you heard about this company making stylish us out of recycled plastic water bottles Roth these are the perfect everyday shoes for life on the go they're stylish and comfortable and they come in an ever changing array of colors prince and patterns and styles like sneakers loafers points and more plus because Roth these are seamlessly knit using thread made from plastic water bottles they're ultra comfortable as soon as you slip them on better yet roughly says diverted over thirty I five million water bottles from lentils already it's a far cry from nineteen fifty five when life magazine devoted an entire article to what it called throwaway living thing there was a picture of the lovely nuclear families surrounded by dishes and call Rian oven trays and towels all swirling around them they'd been thrown in the air and the story started like vis the objects flying through the air in this picture would take forty hours to clean except that no housewife need bother they're all meant to be thrown away after after us wow it's like the opposite of Rossi's which are also fully machine washable go to Roth R. 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decides that maybe politics isn't for him and pivots into science science and kind of protects himself from this incredibly terrible political time where you have the kings of France and then you have the revolution then you have the terror her and then you have the reformation Napoleon and and and these were turbulent times and while cuvee a escaped the guillotine he did go through some rough stuff of his own UVA married a widow she already had four kids than they had four more together and then they all died at this point he was working at the National Museum of natural history he's throws himself into his work and becomes obsessed with the idea that every now and then large groups of animals go extinct Suva decided to gather the remains of all the world's extinct species he wanted to build like a macabre Noah's Ark a menagerie of all the animals we've lost lost it starts very small in that he ends up curing this collection in friends that contains bones from from the new world and the sort of going theory is that there are a type of North American elephant no one's just seen yet is I binding as that no these he's bones are not just from elephants and in fact they come from three different species there were some elephants in there but then there were also mammoths and mastodons he gets to the point where where he realizes there's no way that mammoth and Mastodon are still alive because he's digging them up all over and not finding any living the animals yet amazing access to all sorts of bones from around the world because he was such a favourite of Napoleon's and Napoleon had a pretty vast network or actually an empire so cuvee took advantage of Napoleon's empire to do all this research and then he gave a lecture at the Institute of Science and Arts in Paris on April fourth seventeen ninety six he said had the mammoth and the mastodon had gone extinct and it's a bit of a leap and to be honest it was kind of contentious most of the big scientific figures of the time I thought that the very idea of extinction was heresy Thomas Jefferson on the idea offensive he wrote that such as the economy of nature that no instance it can be produced of her having permitted anyone race of her animals to become extinct or her having formed any link in her great work so weak as to be broken but cuvee I wasn't convinced by Jefferson's argument his feeling that he's right and he takes that forward and he starts to ask he he says send me any specimens that don't match living animals and he starts to collect these things including the pterodactyl in fact cuvee named named the PTERODACTYL it means wing fingered beasts which is quite an evocative name if you look at Pterodactyl you're not gonNA confuse it with anything that's alive and he starts parts to get dinosaur bones and you know giant cats and he builds what he calls the lost world and it's this collection election of fantastic animals but he establishes really without a doubt there's so many hints up with fifty or sixty extinct species there's no no way they're all hiding in Oregon and Washington state and he finally is the one who says look these animals are extinct they're gone likely said had this idea is really controversial it was hard even for Cuvee to deal with he is a man of faith at some level and he starts to piece together together well you know maybe they all died in cataclysm and he's convinced they die altogether and that is where he gets into a little wrong and eventually you sort of undercut a cataclysmic extinction kind of matches with a biblical worldview like the story of the flood that Noah made an arc survive and so- cuvee also starts to think well maybe these animals are not all entirely gun forever maybe there's some way the mammoths and the PTERODACTYLS could basically pop back into existence it's one of the few times where he kind of abandons wins his scientific rigor and just like well hey maybe you know God can just say let there be mammoth and mammoth will appear you know along the banks of the Seine and they'll be back and maybe that covers off the fact that this is really challenging the religious fee who of the world and he gets into this fight where he believes the only way extinction happens is all at once because he's trying to preserve the biblical view of the world to some degree cuvee Kanzi how eve Lucien and extinction go together he doesn't believe in evolution that's a bridge too far from his faith and then you have Darwin come along and what we call the gradualist saying well no animals Motza volve and they change and sometimes they go extinct but it happens occasionally and so he loses that fight at the time even though he was half right eight door one was half right Darwin didn't believe in cataclysmic extinction which of course we know now can happen think of how the dinosaurs were wiped out Darwin thought everything was gradual both evolution Alicia and extinction and caveat only believed in that cataclysm today Darwin is the name we all know and Cuvee as like who and if he'd only thought about evolution Russian he could have captured the whole prize and understood the whole puzzle but he leaves out for our young friend Darwin to to realize and Darwin folds both of them together as you know extinction being the dark mirror of evolution okay so it's now the eighteen hundreds and we understand the idea idea of extinction but the way understood it it was something that happened a really long time ago it's not something modern humans were involved in Darwin believed that extinction was a natural l. process just like evolution and his theory was that it didn't happen quickly and then came the passenger pigeon yes the extinction that started at all I mean this project tricks started because of a bird and that bird was Martha the final passenger pigeon and I sometimes start with the passenger pigeon at the the end which is September first nineteen fourteen in the afternoon when Martha dies for the first time in human history we watch the species she's go extinct and we know exactly when it happened today we're not used to thinking of pigeons as impressive flying rats is the more usual analogy but passenger pigeons were something something else altogether passenger pigeons were the most plentiful burden in North America forty percent of the birds in North America were passenger passenger pigeon there were about five billion of them and they flew in these flocks of millions and they would cover the sky and the descriptions we have from people like Audubon the ball and of the sky going dark for days of this rush of wind like smoke like an eclipse there no images from this time period of the pigeon so it is really really hard to imagine but as Lenora says when they flew overhead they literally darken the sky in the middle of the day there were so many that sounded like a tornado day flu altogether and then they stopped a nested together and their roosts ranged from a few acres to one that was nearly four hundred square miles. It's mind boggling it's bigger then all five boroughs of New York City nearly as big as all of Los Angeles and you know L. A. is a city that spread out far there was so many passenger pigeons in these roosts that writers from the time say they saw birds sitting on top of other birds and whole mature trees being crushed by the sheer weight of all the birds unsurprisingly passenger pigeons where a big part of the native American Diet all over North America and they moved in this giant arc around the continent from the far north to the far south and then up the spine of the rockies and a great circle so for the Indigenous People of the Americas the pigeons would just arrive every four or five years and they call them pigeon years in pigeon eighteen years tribes came together to feast on Pigeon and forged political alliances and they also laid up plenty of pigeon for the leaner years to come but they didn't really hunt them to the point where dense the population because the pigeons had worked out in evolutionary trick which is to be present in great number so individually there were incredibly easy to kill but there were so many of them that they could survive fairly heavy predation Russian and then the European colonists showed up which is as usual when everything goes wrong I it wasn't quite so bad in part because the colonists thought that the local North American foods were inferior perio- to the European varieties but they did come around the passenger pigeon saved a number of early colonies by suddenly appearing when everyone was near starvation and they were almost seen as God given in that way and that suddenly there just tons of free food now if you're like me you're thinking okay so they're useful but do they taste good because that's what I care about now they were definitely pretty tasty especially the young ones because people didn't like them especially if they were gravy heavy or wrapped enlarged so they're tasty their hand if you're about to start because there are so many of them and they're really easy to catch well the descriptions are almost of a carnival in that they would go and they would throw bedsheets over them they'd throw their hat in the air and take down a couple of pigeons there were so many because they flew very low netting was the most popular technique for actual professional hunting but basically any way you could kill a bird they killed them there's descriptions descriptions of people writing quickly through the pigeons and finding out when they stopped that they had like a half dozen pigeons stuck in their coat at first there weren't aren't too too many colonists in North America and so supply kept pace with demand by the eighteen sixties passenger pigeon was the most popular bird at the market and the most plentiful too and so so people came up with every recipe possible for them for all meals a famous ornithologist at the time wrote that quote wagonloads of them are poured into the market pigeons become the order the day at dinner breakfast and supper until the very name become sickening there are new prizes for guessing what happens to these once super plentiful birds next this this is an episode about extinct foods after all and we have the three technologies that allow the extinction of the species the telegraph which allows people to stay exactly where the birds words are the railway which allows dedicated pigeon hunters to head out on the road and find those pigeons and then the railway then lets you take those pigeons goes back to the market which is the other piece of technology the great markets of the east were efficient distribution nodes to get large quantities birds into the hands of the public very quickly and once those three pieces were working together this species was basically doomed the passenger pigeon didn't die out right anyway I of course they became far less common and so they were no longer cheap and as soon as they start to become rare there starts to be a bit of a market for the pigeon is kind kind of a prestige dish and we get this last sort of great rise of the passenger pigeon to the height of dining in the hands hands of Charles Ran Hoffer the cook for del Monaco's in New York we talked about del Monaco's in our restaurant episode it was the first real restaurant in America and it super super fancy and Charles Round Hoffer is discharge who can just take ingredients and take them to new places and he left us a book the epicurious and in it he gives us the great trove of passenger pigeon recipes these pigeons wrapped opt in Bacon and pigeons stuffed with truffles and fried with cabbage and he even bakes them into pies which the very classic preparation although he remarks in his book that though the style of the time was to leave the feet sticking up so you knew it was pigeon pie he doesn't do that he doesn't feel that it's is classy enough for his customer base there had been so so many passenger pigeons didn't anyone notice they had started to disappear well it was fast it looked just like there were still a lot of passenger pigeons but what people were doing is they were picking off the young ones and every time the interrupted roost the pigeons would move and they wouldn't lay an egg and they were quite slow to lay eggs and raise young and they made it for life so if you killed one of a pair the other one one would hang around and it would look like you still had a bird but there would be no little birds and so what started to happen as the flock started to get old end as the birds died of natural causes you had this species collapse where just fall off a cliff and it surprised everyone the final collapse was so fast it was shocking talking but of course people had noticed there were fewer birds and the sky no longer went dark and didn't sound like a tornado when they flew overhead and people started to worry and they started added to try to fight to protect the pigeon the passenger pigeon was the first protected bird species in North America and it didn't really work out to well of course was just a bit too late by the eighteen ninety s the very last few birds were sold at Fulton market in New York and they were basically gone we could see it happening and people were in disbelief they they expected to find more birds or that it would turn around to the protection message would work but once they're great numbers were diminished wild predators could easily pick off the last few eventually we have the last bird his name was buttons buttons was the last wild passenger singer pigeon he was shot in one thousand nine hundred in Ohio by a young boy and you can still see buttons little taxidermied body at the Ohio historical society and then any of these three captive colonies and they make a frantic attempt to rebuild the species but they just didn't breed in captivity and eventually eventually of two colonies then the one the Cincinnati zoo where they bring all the birds together to try desperately to save the species and then one day you have George and Martha named after the first couple of the US and then it's just her and then Martha died on September first nineteen fourteen this was the first extinction that we humans actually witnessed and knew what was happening it was of course a culinary extinction we often talk about the Dodo Kodo is kind of iconic but we didn't even notice the Dodo was gone for several hundred years and a lot of people didn't even know it was a real bird and it sort of piece together after the fact the passenger pigeon there was no denying it was us and there was no denying when it happened and it it did change the way we think of extinction eating all the passenger pigeons certainly helped people finally come to grips with the idea of extinction but it it also left us without one of our main dinner options yes I or cue that it opened up this space for the modern chicken industry because it sort of is is the keystone species of wild bird that was really still providing a lotta protein once the passenger pigeon is gone we see this shift from wild birds to domestic birds and we see the rise of the chicken and it's this rise of industrial farming that led to another major wave of culinary extinctions to understand on the next wave of lust foods you need to know one word cultivar species can be divided into subspecies and on the plant side ride we call those cultivars when their food crops or cultivated varieties if they're an animal we call them breeds but for plans cultivated to beat dried east which you see it's Portmanteau it comes together into cultivar so like all the different apple varieties at the farmer's market like pink lady and McIntosh and gala and honey crisp those are cultivars and Broccoli and cauliflower those are actually also cultivars of the same species to and what happened is Intel we had mass transportation tation each region would develop what we call landrace a whole bunch of different cultivars that did well in that region in extended the seasons so you'd have say an early radish and dentist sort of summer radish and then a full radish so you had as much radish as possible in one thousand nine hundred three there were four hundred and sixty three catalogued varieties of radish in the United States which is a lot of different radishes nowadays he'd be hard pushed to find more than three times the radish even at a high end supermarket or farmers market a lot changed when farming went industrial we could grow a lot of radishes in one place and then store them and ship them around the the country so you didn't have to worry about early ones and late ones and you needed to grow the one radish that grew the best where you were growing why bother with diversity technically this this was a good idea for us at the time but the problem is a lot of those cultivars then went extinct because no one needed them and we lost in in North America eighty to ninety percent for fruit and vegetable genetic material that we had carefully crafted over centuries Europe did a little better than than we did but not much even so it's all a huge loss to me and someone who works with plants closely and does food it's like we had a library and we burnt it and we only kept a few books it's like we kept one mystery novel and burnt the rest and one science fiction novel and burnt the rest because because we just didn't think we needed them and you might be thinking okay but one radishes much the same as another radish and there are still a lot of tasty apples out there but let's consider the pair pairs don't seem like a big deal today sure they're tasty whatever but once upon a time pairs word queens of fruit they originally come from an area and what's it's now Kazakhstan that Lenore says probably inspired the story of the Garden of Eden right at the point where there's a pinch point in the Silk Road where you have to thread your way above the desert's to die in the heat and the sand and you pass through these mountains in there like paradise and on on these mountains most of the world's wild fruit grew people passing through traders on the Silk Road they would pick up some of the payers growing there and take them home maybe they'd grow grow some fruit from the seats so pairs went to ways people returning to China ended up breeding the Chinese pair which is kind of around owned and Crisp and people went to Europe and fostered the European pair in the ancient world people really enjoyed their pairs homer called pairs a a gift from the Gods the word paradise comes from the Persian Perry diese Romans planted pairs all over their empire but the really had just this moment in France under the Sun King in particular they became the Kardashian of fruit in that people had contest repairs repairs they the fought to make the best possible pair this is before the French revolution in the seventeen hundreds Luica tour's lived at verse I hey and thousands of people's jobs were to make sure he had everything his heart could desire and what his heart desired was pairs luckily Louis had a master Gardener Gardner a guy named Luke Antony Antony was even more obsessed with payers than Louis was he drained a swamp at Versailles he brought in special soil he built stone walls to create tiny micro climates and he grew and amazing five hundred cultivars of pears what they wanted was they didn't like to sandy texture of wild Paris they wanted them to be smooth like butter butter and the key breeding and breeding and then the revolution comes in a lot of the stock has lost but a lot of the English picked it up as a hobby hobby and kept going on the quest for the buttery pair of all and then the English brought their obsession with Pairs to America my home of New England in particular was a fantastic Geico for the pair because of our Chris Winters Boston was the center of a pair fever the Boston brahmins held pair tasting parties the wro- wrote about payers when a hot new pair air CULTIVAR came to market people would fight over it and then came the pinnacle of pair perfection it was actually bred in France they on salt that everyone raved moved about and thought was so amazing because you could spread it like butter fruit fancier said the unsold was the best pair ever bred they said ad rich sweet flavor and distinct but delicate perfume and the flesh was so creamy and so white the problem was the trees were hard to grow an s the pair became became more of a commercial fruit and because we were starting to move food around gain by rail and by ship these started to thin out the varieties two just the ones is that grew a nice uniform tree produced uniform fruit and traveled well and the unsold didn't fit that and yes they unsought disappeared appeared entirely somehow this tree that had won all these awards that had been seen as this amazing variety went extinct there are people out there hunting just to make sure because it seems unusual pair could get so much good press than disappear pear trees are not quite as long lived as apple's apple's so it's actually pretty unlikely that there's an also tree out there just waiting to be rediscovered but we do still have pairs around so could we in theory have the pair DNA we we need to bring it back yet you couldn't get them back it trees are trousers sexual in the same fruit trees or sexual in the same way humans are so so well technically you might contain the genes of your great grandmother you can't really re engineer her out of of yourself and it's the same with the tree because of the way the genetics works you can't sort of work backwards words easily there are people who would tell me well no we're working on it but I don't know I half would expect my great grandmother to reappear before the on salt pair comes back from from other pear varieties so we've lost the onslaught pair we've lost the passenger pigeon we've lost selfie him at at least until such time as we undertake the great gastropod archaeological expedition to the ancient tombs of Libya we've lost mammoths and we've lost many many more foods entire species and thousands of cultivars but how many of all the extinction in the world could be considered culinary extinctions lenore says that's hard to figure out because is the definition itself is kind of hard to pin down it is a bit of a a loose definition because such things are messy and I would say to me a culinary extinction is one in which the consumption of the species for food played a major role in the loss of this species so though Oh habitat loss did play a role in the passenger pigeon extinction it was consumption that really put the nails in the coffin the Dodo on the other hand and Lenore doesn't classify that as a culinary extinction yeah humans ate a few dodos but that wasn't what ultimately doomed them but then lenore says think about another flightless bird called the great auk that once lived on islands throughout the North Atlantic we ate all of them and we literally scrape them into boats and ate them all and so it's a it's a spectrum but definitely there's a lot of extinctions where there is a big smoking gun sitting on an empty plate somewhere in general there's background rate of extinction scientists figured out that there's a normal rate at which species become unfit for their environment and disappear lenora estimates that culinary Mary species disappear at five times that background rate which is noticeably faster the thing that bothers me about that is you'd think that culinary species would go extinct at a rate slower than background because we care about them and so it's a bit of a mystery to me how we actually managed to lose the things we I really want but maybe we didn't have a choice I mean finding food was hard did we have to eat these things because of hunger let's see greed instead I mean some of it is legitimately hug Kirk Kirk for sure but there also is greed and they're also is a lack of understanding about how to manage the wild world and how to be the stewards how to make sure that this doesn't keep happening because eventually we will eat ourself into a real problem mm-hmm in which a number of our main food species full collapse it's a weird thing in general people caring about food is good it's often those people who really really care air about flavor and heritage tradition who keep species and heirloom veggies and rare breeds of animals alive sometimes we love things too much the story of self am kept reminding me of ramps these are wild onion light greens that are super trendy and super popular right now they grow across the Eastern Region of North America and chargers are coming close to loving ramps to death I think at some point we have to ask ourselves if wild harvesting make sense anymore they're so valuable that there's such an incentive into to wreck the habitat and wild ramps are great example because you get people that come in and take all of them and then the colonies gone and it

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Benito Skinner aka Benny Drama - On How To Be Your Authentic Self To Find Happiness, Career Success, Social Media Comedy, & Community

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

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Benito Skinner aka Benny Drama - On How To Be Your Authentic Self To Find Happiness, Career Success, Social Media Comedy, & Community

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And I was like, well, maybe you just saw something you didn't like like there. There are other ways to, you know, do what you love and and kind of like make a different path for yourself. You know, you don't have to make the thing that everyone else's making. You can totally change the game if you wanted to. So my advice to anyone who wants to make videos is like find your voice, and like, you know, stick to it and do not expect to like blow up overnight. This just like not how happen, ladies and gentlemen, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, hopefully, not too many, boys and girls and some don't content sometimes on this show. But ladies and gentlemen, we are back that clip was from our guests of the show today. Benito Skinner, aka Benny drama. Many guys are big fans. I am a new converted fan. Lauren turn me onto Benny. And then we were lucky enough time on the show hilarious. Here's what happened. It was dark in our bedroom. And I started cracking up and Michael wanted to know what I was cracking. Up at and it was MU watching bunny drama, do the Kris Jenner impression in her red tracksuit, you guys he does the best Kris Jenner impression. I have ever seen. I takes a lot to make me like really laugh me and Michael were rolling on the floor. Crying. Honestly goes do yourself a favor. Pause this show for a second go to Benny drama seven on Instagram and sort of watching his content. It is some of the funniest stuff. He also does all these micro videos, and what he does on them is he breaks down each zodiac, which is so fitting because I had Josh surgery two weeks ago. And while I was getting Josh surgery Michael complained about the tickle in his throat and his bad back like for the whole week that I was recovering and he did a parody on Aries zodiac. And Michael what is the first thing? They said about Aries there's a tickle in throat or call that areas of to pretend they're sick. When other people are sick. A lot of guys who have seen him on his viral videos, replays, Kris Jenner those or. Hilarious. He did one with our friend Heather McMahon when she played on a garden. He played Antony Antony. That's yeah. He also does Kylie Jenner impressions he goes. Me favorite is when he plays grownup anti out. So you guys gotta go look at his Instagram anyways. So he's on the show today. We're talking about how he has really made a career for himself on social media. He's so young. He's going to be such a big star. Not that he argues that. I mean, he's just fab-. You guys have to follow him on Instagram at Beni drama seven. Anyway, we love this interview. We have to have any back on the show, maybe as Kris Jenner that would be major. I want to do roundtable with him. And so maybe him, and Heather that would be amazing maybe audience can wrote on maybe Taylor can can come in there. Maybe we can have Antony Maina garden and Kris Jenner and Kyle Taylor dressed as a cucumber when he talks about Annie my favorite part when he says daddy warbucks is fucking buried in my backyard with his fucking cat. Oh, you're consuming. It's cut in the dark having you Betty come on. Let's do some characters. Together Taylor's been feeling really like about he's been feeling. Himself because I just gave him all the skin care and he just walked into the office and he's glowing from head to toe. All right. Well, like, I said, hopefully, no boys and girls listening to this, ladies and gentlemen, without further ado, Benny drama, Benito. Skinner welcome to the show. Let's get into it. We're gonna take quick break. Talk about one of the best services on the planet. Run by some of the best people on the planet thrive market guys. What the hell are you doing? If you aren't using thrive in twenty nineteen. We love thrive market sell. I have a page on thrive market. 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If you're not on it did on it now guys and definitely get some young earth, candy and some enjoy life mega chips because you're going to be obsessed. This is the skinny confidential im- in her. I promise I won't scrape my beard on this tomb. I kind of want you to. Like say, he was kind of a flirt he kind of life. His beard is so long right now. It would agree little too. I'm rebelling a little bit. Yeah. I just need a little moment. Yeah. Why? I don't know. Learn I just feel like I need a moment. But you got your eyebrows lacks the other night. I made him go to my girl. And you know, what happened? She forgot to tell Lenzi. He was wearing retinol I guess that rip your skin off. So. Like a freak. Anymore though. He loves combo. I think we are. I'm I'm now, I'm looking at your browser might be Fadeela. Great. Somewhat rugged. I got that life on these like beauty routine. Something like listen. I'm still like really tough. You know? He's doing right. Absolutely. Yeah. So so let's go back. How did you get started in this crazy world is social media? I wanna go way back. But yeah. So I went to college at Georgetown. And I was studying film and media studies mart occasionally not anymore. I don't think I think the internet is like melted, my brain. But I used to be super like, you know, rating don't do that much anymore. But yeah, it was in the film and media studies program there, and I started making my own schedule like writing my own sketches, but still in the closet. So I like wasn't doing anything to wild. Or you know, I just thought it would like posted video on the internet. And everyone would be like, you're gay. You know, that would be the only comment which hasn't really happened. I mean, sometimes it does. But and so then I found up smash do you remember Doug smash talk crease those I know it. I know what it is. Described his pre ticketed. It's so they have like segments of songs, and then you could lip sync to them. So I would come up with these crazy scenarios, and I would like have costumes on. And I would do the dubs mash with that. And then people started tagging friends, which I thought was funny, and I'd always wanted to be an actor. But like, I'm from Idaho. So that wasn't something that I. Yeah. I was nuts. And then out loud. Earl my family would have been like wait what that's kind of random not my family, but more like, you know, people I went to school with would have been like Lee my so career path in Idaho. Oh god. And my mom's a teacher, my dad's a lawyer there's a lot of like tech stuff. Now. That's I think that's pretty much at doctors. And I guess farmers, but not in Boise. But yeah, so I, you know, I started like kind of making a little bit more fully formed sketches. I got a job at a start up, and I was editing their videos and kind of learned how to like at at my own that I came out and the videos just like went off like at that point. I was like full costumes like I was buying all these wigs and people were responding so quickly. And once it goes it goes like it was rapid this. This was so it really picked up like a year and a half ago. I did like a Queen. Awry parody that did really well and it got some traction. And then that same week, I mimicked Kim Kardashian snapshots, and that went like crazy crazy on Facebook. Study them to mimic them. Or is it just come natural. I think I've consumed so much of their like media that I can do it now. But I wonder, you know, I always think like maybe it was my time in the closet like studying people or studying straight men of how to be a certain way. And I've always been definitely like the trickle. So I've always liked the idea of like being someone else or what that would be like you mean by that. Like you had to you were studying straight men because you were nervous about. Yeah. Of like, how do I do it? Like, how do I pull this off? I think was definitely like a little bit in my mind said. And so, yeah, I think I just it's super easy to do them because I watched so much their content. And then I find myself like, you know, if I watched their interviews, they talk so specifically, and they've almost like taught a generation how to talk like I meet so many people who I'm like, oh, my God, you're talking like a Ashi and like it's slow and what's the track? He's got excited so to talk Kim Kardashian. Okay. So hey, you guys, you know, it's very like she used to have a high pitch. And now, it's literally just Boko fry like just destroy your vocal chords. Essentially is how you do. So you'll be like, hey, you guy. What's up? I have this new product it. You know, it's like everything is so slow, and they wanna make sure you hear what they say. To buy. Yes. Hey, guys like. We're here. It's a SM aren't kind of a little bit. Yeah. A little bit. There's like compilation videos on the internet came crashing Somare. So when you were in college, and you were still in the closet. What was not like that sounds gnarly? God. Yeah. That was terrible. Can't be true to yourself. And I feel like your whole thing is being true to yourself. Yeah. Exactly. And I I think I kinda just I try to get myself as busy as possible. So like, I had a radio show. I loved and great friends. And did you know, it was completely some of my friends knew early mom? I told a few of them, and yeah, I don't you know, you never was one of those things where when the people that knew. Yeah, we've known all along we felt like that. Or is it like it was. So you're hiding it. So people knew yeah. I think so it was a mix. So like my family, you know, maybe they thought when I was younger, but then they were like, but you know, it didn't happen. So, you know, we're not gonna like force the issue or like. Yeah. Exactly in friends. I think had thought maybe because I wasn't like with women only like friends, so like all my friends were girls pretty much like most of my life. So yeah, I mean, I think my friends like maybe they thought, but you know, it's always. It's hard to I feel like when you come out you don't necessarily want people to be like we always knew. It's like, okay. Give me some credit like I tried. You know, like, do you think as a creator when you're able to actually be really authentic and real with yourself and other people that made you better creative. Oh my God. Yeah. I don't think you could be an actor. And you know, and I think this goes for everybody like, I just don't think that you can create something really special. If you're like hiding so much of yourself. You know, I which is like shows I watched some of my old stuff. And I'm like, this is terrible, Mike, it's so bad. It's like not wasn't you. It wasn't me. So yeah, I think you have to be so especially as an actor. What about Tom Cruise L? Oh my God. I'm always curious. There's so many people that I'm like, I don't know. Like, I hope I hope you're not, you know, like, I was like I hope that if you're trying to we're preparing your straight in your real. Yep. And they hoped I hope that you are I you know, there's like a I think the term is. Like closet shaming, or you know, of, you know, I think this person's of and I don't know. I'm like, oh, I do get suspicious every now and then, but I try to help that they're not. 'cause like if they are in the closet. The current predicament going on in their head is a nightmare. And I'm so glad I'm like added that nightmare because the yourself on your own terms fucking back, and he realized that like the right people don't care. No. A huge. If someone does care MU I'm like, oh, okay. It was the first one the right people. Don't care do care the wrong people who gives a shit. Yeah. And it's an easy way to cut people out neon. It's like it kind of just cuts the fat. Yeah. Yeah. That's like. Wow. Shit that you go to city out my good. So. Yeah, it's yeah. I don't know highly recommend. So my question is how long has it taken you to really grow on YouTube and Instagram and become this this character, obviously didn't happen overnight. I know that walk us through from one. It started to where it is now and how it's volved. Yeah. So so when I had my old job I was trying to make like two solid videos of week. And I only started a YouTube channel. So that I could make longer sketches because the one minute on Instagram is like very limiting still, you pack a lot, and there's electronic I was diving fucking funny. I try. It feels like you've shot multiple videos in those videos. Yeah. Make sense. Oh, yeah. It's not like you're just taking a camera in one take. Are you should take tips from him? He said he fills the minute Taylor. Taylor was on our podcast talking about his one minute man problem. And so he could use some it's hard and swell. Sometimes I'm like, how do I still tell the story and get the good parts because I want to good parts on Instagram. That's where most of the people who like consumer stuff get it. It's like a weird science that I'm still trying to like get it down. But it is like when the easiest is when it's one joke, and I'm just like trying to nail the joke. So it's like this. You know, this person in this situation. Daddy, study comedy. I did. Yeah. So I had one classics dollar. So that was specific comedy. And then I I tried to read a lot before I started doing live shows. And like 'cause you know, I think so many people are funny, but stand up is just like a whole beast, and I have so much respect for people who can do a full hour. You know, like it might show ID thirty minutes, and I'm like, oh, still like to not. Yeah. It was. Long and it took a long time to get that set. But yeah, I studied that in acting in but comedy, just I love it. I feel like it's something that everybody enjoys so how long from when you first started YouTube to know how many years, so I started my YouTube channel. When did I do like are we talking ten years ago five years ago, two years, probably not even to like a year and a half? So you've blown up really quickly. In fact, out of all the creators we've talked to you flown up. You know, what I think it is about is that you're so funny and everyone wants to laugh who doesn't wanna laugh if you want to laugh what? Yeah. Like escape. Yes. And so I think I mean, you have blown up more than any creator. We've had on the podcast. What do you think the main reason is outside of just like raw talent? And, you know, picking Greek characters like do you when you create content is at topical. Is that something is it current like how I saw the video just put out with Christianity. Tristan Thompson is that those yet. So I was eating dinner with my boyfriend when that like came out, and I looked at them. And I was like oh fuck I probably have to make a video, right? And he was like Gaffney do. So sometimes. Yes, I love it the Kardashians. And like Brittany and queer. I got like they all give me a lot to work with as keeping. Sure. Yeah. I'm keeping up. Yes. But God, I mean, I yeah. So if there's a topical moment. Absolutely. Then sometimes like randomly all like strike accord that I didn't know is there. So that's probably the astrology videos. I was not into separating the craze that was going on. Everyone. But everyone has a sign in all are. So even if they're not invested in it, and let me ask you this. Areas looking for. So you're getting next month. Ardi getting requests, I'm tariff. Okay. Some traits of areas he loves to hear about it Kline. Haven't done it Fulston. No that's going to be the best. Gemini is going to be the bags going to be the best one. I there's. You don't know what you're getting with Germany someone asks me, what Lawrence personality is like it all depends like the position of the moon facade. It depends. What day it is? I don't know who when we got. I'm sorry. I don't like boring. No. Yeah. Yeah. It should end with a German. I well, I'm doing him in order. So that I like, there's almost a birthday present to my followers. And then also like it just gives me like a little break. Because like, I'm not an astrologist like him. Her added her. I'm not here to like, you know, preach to you about your sign. But there are some like little things that are that I've read and need to watch. Relate? Okay. So Pisces, they're very sensitive and a lot. So I had a lot to work with their. But what I liked the most? There's always something that I like stick to. So, you know, even for the Kris Jenner thing. I'm like, this is I just feel like Chris probably wants to kill Tristan. Like, I feel like she's like fucking. So why you hands and so yeah. So we'll I'm I'm slowly crew like turning her into Satan late, which I think is fun. That's like a side joke for myself. I think but but so I read that Pisces they like really love checking in on their exes. So I stuck to that. And I was like, okay. Well, that's going to be the like the big ending to the like every time. Yeah. Let me ask smart and Scorpio. I mean, I'm a Scorpio relatable. Yeah. I hope that's if is there somewhere, you know, there are less comments unless interaction I'm like, oh, maybe this one didn't hit like, you know. And so I definitely learned from every video and yeah. So what do you think? Kris Jenner thinking right now about Jordan woods and her read a her red table talk with Jada Pinkett Smith. I'm not am. I flooding. All these words. So sweet. So sweet I like want to sit down and tell her everything she is what a great interview, Jordan. Did you deserve that? Nice of an interview, you know, you're lucky actually pick twelve. You like what is Chris thinking right now? Oh my God. Well, there has to be a little part of her that is, you know, it's not bad for them. I wasn't reading about them that much this. You know? I told me me, I said Mimi, I'm getting bored. And every time I say that then the next day. It's like, you know, Kim's wearing them a glare dress and this and now I guess Travis like Geeta, Kylie, so Mike damn this is like I'm like, I'm busy right now, you guys I can't make a video. I don't have my green screen like give me like two weeks off. But I feel like she's definitely super. I feel like I'd be a little frustrated with my daughter here. And I said, Chris he tall, Chris. How do you feel about all of this my God? Well. I'm hurt. I'm like I have to I'm hurt disappointed interest in. Yeah. In disappointed disappointed in Geordie. Absolutely. She was close to Chi, and I just expected more. That's it. It's at the end of the day hits. I feel like she's probably sad because she liked treats all her kids friends, stands character or not laugh when you're doing it at home. Well, look at yourself alone. My God, totally. And I'm like, what is what am I what's my life? Like, what are these choices the every now, and then, but then it's also just like, so it's fun to kind of just like laugh with yourself and be like that was such a devil hands. Like, you know, the funny little things that happened. Like, I couldn't put the devil hands on by myself because I had to like, you know, put them in my teeth, and like strap that we need a Benny BT s I know there's so much BTS which I need to post, but. The best because like just saying, oh, I have one I had one blooper reel. I did like in January. Let's take a quick break. And talk about how I've been going to bed at ten pm. We're the hill has been or entire life. How do we how do we not know? Why why are we all learning about this? 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That's a period. I'm just like I can't I need you to see it immediately. And I also get fear that somebody is going to make the video. Yeah. And do something similar. So you know, there's so much content out there. So I'm like, I feel like you know, when it's topical. That's when I'm most nervous because I'm like, oh shit time. There's so many people are going to do a Chris in Jordan thing right now. So Mike, what's my spin? And like can I do this in four hours? And sometimes I can like sometimes I can't because I'm just like. Yeah. Crisis along I love editing now. But yeah, it does get I need like a break or so fucking. Thank you zoom, men's my favorite feature than the Deplace voice. Like all day. It's still funny to me wouldn't it just like immediately. So with Chris it'll just be like gay, and then it's like doodo to like Satan pitch Shifter on premier as my best friend. So when you watch your content back, are, you laughing or are you bored with it are you done with it like do you just want to move on? Because sometimes I know isn't as an artist or creator, you aren't inspired all the time for me, I Sam inspire twenty percent of the time. The other eighty percent, I'm just pushing myself in its pure discipline. But when I put it out sometimes you've worked on it so hard that you kind of just need to like detach from it. How you are. Oh my God. Yeah. There are some that. Like, I've spent all day on it. So I don't wanna see it for a long time. And then like, it is fun though in like friends go I love watching people watch them because it's like, I've I'm the only one who's laughing at a during the day or trying to. Funny. So it's fun. When I can like send it to, you know, like, my brother and my sisters, my parents and boyfriend and friends and like finally watch someone else enjoy it. There are some that. I literally hate so much by the time I'm done because they're hard to add it, but something like the Chris where it's get it out in four hours. Once I get it out. It's like okay now, I can like maybe enjoy it. And. Okay. So I there's a room has seen. Yeah. I think she has. She saw the first one I did it for which was like a mama jer Thursday have to they have to feel like they are on it so much. They've never sent any big they're up there. But I mean like for the type of content you're creating you'd be in how easily accessible it is for. I can't imagine somebody hasn't like sent them to the terms needed think. I hope they enjoy unless they're just fully not watching. Yeah. I have to seep through. Yeah. I I'm skiing. She gets message not on that level. But. On that level. It's hard to miss. Yeah. There are some what some like it usually happens when I'm like, there's no way they'll see this. And then that person like Noah Centenario, I was like no way. And fuck he's gonna see this video. And I was also, you know, it was going to be more inappropriate. So once he commented I was like thank God. I didn't let go off. Jack fluttering like if someone did an impression it'd be like that. Yes thing. Yeah. Can't believe you like want to do that. What? I love about. The Kardashians though, is there in on the joke. Oh, yeah. I love people that are in on the Joe, no how absurd they are. You know what? I mean. What's the difference between between going out and doing thirty minutes of stand up, and then putting out a one minute video on Instagram or YouTube is do you have to get in a different kind of comedy different kind of mindset? Definitely. I mean, you know, my life show does have videos in it and in costumes, and I do impressions and stuff. But yet because all out live show. Thank you stop. It's not. So they'll Oxnard of urine Ochsner do you guys like him in a movie Sacramento Sacramento's is this show coming up? It's a completely different mindset now is terrified before. I did it the first time because I was like, you know, I do talk about pop culture, but not as much it's more about like my experiences day today. And I think I'm very observant. I love watching people. Oh, so it's fun kind of like telling stories and about my life. And what I've noticed that our generation does because we do a lot of very strange things. But it is such a different mindset. Yeah. Because it's like the first time, I may because you know, on my content, and I don't story that much so. I know I need more stories. Toys bad. I know like I watch how they're McMahon's. And I'm like, she's just so fucking incredible that storing and like I want to be with her all day. One thing. And he's doing amazing. Thank you. I appreciate the mixed. Do you have to have you and Heather come in here? And we'll be able to roundtable. I would. Yeah. I could literally talk with her and be with her all day. She's just so goddamn funny. She was fucked. So every like, I don't know any casting director. I'm like she should be star issue to start. Yes. She exactly she's Dr the night, meet her like, you know, I need her. And we need a net show with both of you in it. I would die. Literally, I told her that. I'm like I would. Yeah. I would make something with her every day if I cut producers are listening to pick to the game. Shit together and stuff looking around on the record in two thousand nineteen when you guys are manifesting it in two years that you guys are doing a Netflix show together. Oh god. I would die. Let me ask you this. What are your parents think about all this? No, what's the dodgers thought? Oh my God. You at first like, they took gets me curious. I'm like. What are those conversations? Look like, oh my God. And even when I first met my boyfriend's parents, I was like, oh, God how off like I should tell them like I don't. I'm maybe, you know, my boyfriend's name is Terry. I'm like, I don't know if he told them like we'll see my parents, really loved the videos, and they came to my life show November. And I think that like sealed it for them. Because that I like, I don't know if they thought it could have a career doing that like when their defense, these don't look generation just does not come from this world like they don't even to look at it understand like watching you on a video my mom's still likes my videos like four days later, and I'm like thank you for that final light girl. I needed that can kill, but yeah, they're into it now, which is it's it's really fun. I think at first as apparent no matter what you're just going to be like scared of the internet, and how people are. But I've been really fortunate people are like super kind to me. And if like, you know every now, and then I get a shitty comment. I think the best thing to do is just like immediately, ignore it. And that go respond to like, a nice one. You'd forget about it. So tap a. Ignore it and respond. No, what do you think you'd be never? Oh, my God or being heartbroken? I know like I have to do this. I have to I just I have to make stuff and right, and I tried doing an office job. And you guys I'm really bad at it. It was not good. I got tired day the asset you work in this office walking through your work day. Oh my God. If I worked in this office. I mean, I would definitely get in late because I like, no morning person. We that's scientific. Yeah. No way we need time. Fucking beatty. Fucking Beatty, sleet chill, like any my Starbucks. Sleep. And you'd like a good, but I love the night like a love working at night. That's why didn't you know editing. So great at night because no one text me, it's growing, you know. You know? I think I'm too like ADD for to be around people while I'm working. So I think that's also an office. I just wanna talk. You and me both. Yeah. Right. Hang in. This upscale office down. Right. It's like we have a lot of young listeners. Do you have any advice if someone that has a niche idea that they want to put on the internet? What would you tell someone that wants to make one minute videos that how to sort of blow up like you? You know? I think think outside of what of what you're seeing. You know, I think I heard for a while people like really hating Instagram comedy. And it was like, well, maybe you just saw something you didn't like like there. There are other ways to, you know, do what you love and and kind of like make a different path for yourself. You know, you don't have to make the thing that everyone else's making. You can totally change the game. If you wanted to. So my advice to anyone who wants to make videos is like find your voice and like stick to it and do not expect to like blow up overnight. This just like not how happens I've made like one hundred twenty five videos at this point. You're living proof as well. Like the example of. Mimicking other people in the way that you thought needed to be. Yeah. Where you grew up. You thought you need to mimic, and you said, you know, what I'm just going to be myself. And do my thing. Like that starts these. I think so many people they go through and they have these parameters that society sets in front of them to say, okay, I got to do that. And then they look at somebody like maybe like yourself who's had success doing the former that you do and they try to mimic that and he's like you're constantly living and working at somebody else. And so it's hard to get into a rhythm of creativity because it's not creativity. Oh, absolutely. It's like, it's just not you. So yeah, it's like about and just you know, I always stress that like if somebody comes to my page and they leave wanting to like let their freak flag. Fly a little bit more, and like where away and wear weird lipstick and wear the shirt that they never were gonna wear and do something that they loved but felt like they were gonna make get made fun of. So they left it to the side like get into that. That's so much more interesting to me now, I just feel like you. I see so many things where I'm like oh. Like, you're just you're limiting yourself trying to be perfect or trying to I don't know people are messy. I'm like, I like the messy nece. I I like freaks. I want crazy when you think about that. That would give me anything before. Right. I'm the second. I just want like I've seen so many things. Don't we shit? Yeah. When you think about everybody that we admire anybody anybody who writes because they've done something unique in different in the hell do it out. Right. Your eyebrows. And you look to different I was into that. It was like. Oh, yeah. No. I love that some gore. That's what I'm talking about. Like when Taylor was at our wedding. And he went to a strip club in pissed himself and was on Mr. poll that was fun. Some flavor to our wedding vibe Taylor is a by Taylor. I've never heard him described as a vibe, you something that's a whole move. Okay. I love that vibe. Did you hear that Taylor smiling? I thought I told you to have that my time learning with me my God Taylor, you arming flirty. I tell you to have that Mike caught all the time. Probably back. They're scrambling around one hundred percent. Okay. So what are your most popular videos, and why do you think they went viral, obviously, I'm gonna just the zodiac wants them. But what are other ones in? Why do you think they went viral? Glad you I'm so sick of talking about this video. So thank you. I'm so sick of those videos are I get hounded. Although I would say the ones that so queer eye. I think because you know, I really love the show. And I think if you really like enjoy something you can make great parody of it. You know, that's why I think the Kardashian stuff hits. Because like I really do enjoy them. A I'm interested in what they bring to culture, and who they are. And I think they're just like impressive women. So like it's not coming from a place of like, you don't like them and one coming from admiration. Exactly, I think comedy when it veers more into like shitting on something you're feeling like you're better than something. It just doesn't come off as like feline better. Yeah. Feels bitter. And and yeah, just not as fun. I'm like, maybe we can laugh at this. But I can point out a few things that maybe you haven't noticed. But because like I get to do this as my job like I got to notice. And I I want you to see it. But the kylian Travis one did super well that cheeky remake just because I think everyone watched that video was like a little confused. So wait, okay. I'll make something with that. And and yeah, the questions can you remind us God. What are the ones? I added. I think it was like the simple one like there's some like, I'm gonna cut it. But I liked it in the end where it was like what color aren't on the lips. I think it was just like this symbol like just another best. Dr she didn't know the dog, of course. Yeah. And like thirty gather, and you know, like they trial together. And yeah, he does not know the name for dogs. She said, which aren't they like Normany stormy in northeast stormy turning. I love it. I love it. There's a lull in my life show. I'm just going to say stormy. I'm like, I think that's just how do you say? Oh my God. Like stormy. You love it. It's so bad. It's really. Kylie is is mad at Jordan. Yeah. Definitely really sad. I mean, I just oh my God. Like, I think in that family. If you bring someone to the table, it's like you better bring someone who's like gonna bring their a game. Like is it? I'm trying to think who's close is her name Melita rant in. I feel like she is just writer die like she just lives. Embrace kardashians. So like close bringing her to the table and like Jordan just did not show up. Well, actually, she did show up the right at the table. The hell's the bed table, Jane? You're gonna watch. It's actually fantastic. Can you update? From Facebook started Facebook watch. Okay. I'm one of the shows is red table. Do you like to watch? I watch red table. Okay. Why should few read tables? I don't ever watch like on the moment. It's how Sam but I watched the one they did with Will Smith which was fun because it's like all the Smith women. But all that matters is Jordan is Jordan. So they brought Jordan because like, I guess she's a family friend, and it's literally just a red table. And they just talk honesty. I think that's like, you know, the the. Yeah. And so she was on today. I need to watch the full thing. I've only seen clips, but juicy stress it is. So I mean, that's just perfect. Like, I I mean. Like, I feel like I feel like it was planned. But I do think that you need to do a red table reenactment tonight. Not trust you probably do honestly like all canceled didn't with my sister. Yeah. Your life's a little stressful now because these things are happening. No. I know what was so great because Kim did. Waiting for it and people. I mean, they message quick they'll be like, you know, it was really hard. When Britney all of a sudden, she was like posting a video a day, and I was getting tagged it so much, and I'm like, you guys like this isn't just a reenactment account. Like, I have to have an idea like it has to be like, you know, I have to be excited about it. Or I'm like or it's literally just going to be like word for word the furniture small Heather did a breakdown of this house the furniture small. Yes. Completely lost Brittany. Oh my God. I mean Britney is like she so near and dear to me. And I studied it study. I watched all of Heather's I need to talk about it with other more. But I think is like sh at the end of the day. She's just like a sweet southern girl likes like cute things, and she just wants to leak dance and probably didn't want this life, but it was like handed tour and it low key like destroyed her. But then she made her way out which she is like, I just I like one. To save her. But also, I'm like, she seems really happy with their kids and that like super hunky boyfriends, Nicole. Michael there's something going on Heather McMahon breakdown. She's so sweet. I know she's so sweet bread. But it's nice the way you make not I don't wanna say make fun of the way, you impersonate, people is not in a way that makes people feel bad. Yeah. I mean, I think on the last Brittany one. I was like, you know, I was watching a lot of her videos for like in spo-. And I was like, oh, this one's getting kinda sad. This one's feeling kind of not as fun someone for videos were pretty strange at the time. But I think it's just 'cause she's like chilling her house, and like I mean all see knows is like performing. And you know, I just yeah. I can't imagine her life. That sounds like a true nightmare to me. You like doing that much performing like a lie? I mean, it's like you said it's like twenty percent and creativity. But then also to add onto that like, then seventy nine per cent performing all the time. You know, public service announcement everybody before we jump into that. Let's talk about my wife sweet sweet ass. Michael is. Turning the heat up. We need to discuss the ultimate address pants. You guys were obsessed with this. I got so many dams about it. So basically, there's these pants and there'd be ultimate dress pants. Thereby beta brand, they're black. I love block their flattering. And they hold you in K. It's like everything gets held in which I love. So the dress pant yoga pant features this super comfy style that's designed to impress as you can tell with Michael. 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This many drummers out there. Oh, he's out there. Yeah. He's I think he follows me, but I can't follow him back to petty because a mad. He wouldn't give me any any time. You're listening. I'm low key Pez. No, I like to seven now because it's kind of like funny and AME and whites. My screen name fantasy girl. One four three. Thank you know, my boyfriend's NFL, fanatic giant Mateen guy. Guy like girl named them one person in the NFL. I love it. Honeywell's yours mine mooring. My now super Metallica one point. How I still let me talk about. It was like metallic six six six or sixty six something like eight and really kind of like, it'd be waxed. Brow? Two to to. You get some weird fuckin- emails. I need more weird. Emails like I need to kick ahead. Okay. Coming in. I'd like to know with your Instagram platform. You're obviously doing major things are you putting all your energy onto your Instagram? And your stand up shows do you plan on like expanding bigger like lights hardest talent I know to have to start to scale a business totally creative. Like where does he go from here or am I getting bored right now? I do like I'll keep making this stuff on Instagram and posting the longer sketches like YouTube or different platforms. I am talking to some like, I guess like digital networks and places like that that, you know, maybe some of my videos would have higher production and kind of see my characters on a set instead of green screen. But yeah, I you know, I at the end of the day. I think I'm probably an actor. I so I would love to be in something that I didn't. Right. It's like so fun like see what someone else thought of as a character, and like put my own voice into that. So that's something that I'm like starting in recently Golic a manager and agent so trying to figure that out, but I would love, you know, so interesting show. To speak with people that do what you do because twenty years ago, you know, you need to get age. A man holiday cloud addition. And do you have so much leverage now because you control your platform in your channel? And so on future. Also, you can bring a steady stream of income and opportunity where like before in order to be seen in the level that you've been seeing you have to go and audition and get some this you out there. It's crazy letting the people that do that I'm like some like, man respect. But like, I just can't auditions terrifying. I can't imagine it on your own. It on your friends that are very talented. Maybe they're rioters or trying to be actors like so resistant to socially. I'm not doing that. Because it's not my crap. And I'm like, listen, mainly. You're you're pushing a rock so far. Uphill. Like, yeah. Why not leverage platforms that have is already and it can be fun strategic? Yeah. And it's like, okay. Every now, and then I'm like, it would be funny to show people. I could do this, you know. And then I think it would excite me in doing it. So, you know, like, the Noah Centenario video I was like I just want to show you that? I could do this. You know, I've done a lot of Kris Jenner this week. So like, let me just do this. And and people responded really well to it. And yeah, I think it's a great place to like show range and also it's just like so much fun. Twenty nine hundred zero doesn't make sense to do it the hard way anymore and also a lot of doing the hard way. No, no. One saying to not utilize. In my opinion, the smart way, it's the more. It's like kind of like the four hour workweek. It's like why why if you could wake up before anyone and make all your cold calls at six AM. Then why go to at eight exactly like in just I started making cold calls. I don't think a lot of people are two. He's not allowed to make one peep in the morning. Oh my God. You should Gerda me yourself was sitting here. It'd be like. Really this is how he gets up. I'm like a fucking ghost hunting. I'm like my cortisol levels. This is not good for my stomach stress. Yeah. Immediately. Is it fun to wake up with a gut ache? I feel like that's just like the life. Yeah. I just live with constant. I'm just constant. Yeah. Is opens. Here comes the go. Exactly. That's how I feel how many videos. If you can recommend a book a podcast a resource for audience. It could be anything. Maybe a comedy book. You ride a powerhouse that you love a Netflix show. You like what would you recommend right now? You know, I got that so hard I love big mouth. I've been wanting a lot of big mouth with native Carlson to crawl that Kroll John Mullany, it's like, it's just genius artisan. Because you're doing your range of thank you. Towns sometimes I would love to get really really love to. That's definitely like on the dream dream last stake mouth. I need to watch. And be like a I don't know like a gay something in a Pixar movie. That's all I want. I I like anything like a kid or something, you know, like, maybe scuttle and mermaid talking something. That'd be great cartoon would be fun. It'll be so much fun. So I just I love what they did with that. I think comedy cartoons are great. And they're like it's just nice to just fully like turn off. But also the show like it does make you think about things, and it's like nostalgic. I've heard nothing but good things about Penn. Fifteen. What's that? It's on Hulu, and these two comedians did it and they're thirty, but they're playing thirteen on the show, it's like super lake nostalgic for our generation like they have, you know, even the name like Penn fifteen, but I guess it has all our music. And so that's all my list, but it's literally been recommended so many times, I think I'm going to recommend it. Like, let's watch it together. I need to do it. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, I might need your account. We can we'll get listeners mimi's together. I would love that is like what the fuck man yourself to our audience. You guys I'm telling you if you don't follow him on Instagram, you're missing out on like, I was crying laughing today. Michael is crying. Western was crying. You are fucking run off. We stopped meeting in the middle of an inch sort of watching your content. Don't you want more? Like, what are you? What are you? Is going to table. I would like yeah. I can definitely make a red tail work. I think I also would like to see reenact the kiss, okay? Between Jordan interested in. Oh, the actual kiss. Yeah. Oh my God. I'm so curious. Yeah. I've wanted to like a dateline type thing with. Yeah. The guy with the glasses run up to people got stabbed her thinks. Gotcha. You could be in like God's work. You read table. Yeah. I definitely see files. I'm like, doc. Wanted to sleep tonight. What's your Instagram? Tell everyone has to fall you. Somebody scream is happening. Dramas seven. 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Kohlrabi: Turnip for What? (with Antoni Porowski)

Home Cooking

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Kohlrabi: Turnip for What? (with Antoni Porowski)

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We also have a bunch of questions to answer, but before we get to them, so mean, what's the best thing you've had to eat this week? Richie. It comes from you actually my friend it does, yes this week has been rich in. Tapioca. All. Right. Yes. This has been a tapioca celebration I am currently even drinking Boba, but I came to Tapioca late in life I don't know that I ever had it as a child but I just love the Chewy Tapioca but when we were recording episode five. and. We are answering a question from a listener about what to cook one handed while she recovered from a roller skating injury. I suggested that she make gets the. which historically only known really as as rice and lentils coming together. I've seen it money different versions of that across South Asia. But you told me that your favorite version of kids D was made with Tapioca. India's called Donna. So you told me all about Sabu Donna. So then I went on a Sabu done journey and for the last several weeks have been testing it and cooking it, and then I wrote a column about it and it actually is coming out this week in the new. York. Times magazine. That's so exciting. Yeah. So you're this is the second time you're a character in my in my writing. So I never realized until embarrassingly late in the game that Sabbath Donnas actually. Tapioca Savannah Kitty is something that I loved growing up and still is one of my favorite things to eat and Tapioca in my mind something that I don't like like I can't drink Boba I mean I. don't drink caffeinated tees anyway. So I don't normally have been have tried it and the squishy parts of Tapioca rule is not for me. Oh. Really. I'd put it in a category of things that I do not like only to find out that actually one of my favorite. Thing when I finally asked my mom, you know how to make it. To the Indian store and get Tapioca I was like, no, no, no, no no. I'm asking about SABA. Inches yeah. You get that. Happy. No Mom. Explain. I'm asking about Savannah Security. It's tapioca that's really writing. Yeah. Do you want to tell people a little bit about what it is? Well, I think you should tell people when it is. Okay. So I think it's fair to say that it is a specialty of Maharashtra, which is the part of India where my family is from and it's really simple. It's tapioca potatoes, peanuts, green chilis and spices. There's a little bit ginger in there. Yes. Ginger cumin is the spice yet super simple. Yeah and a tiny little sugar in line and I would say the main difference for me that I learned that I probably would be helpful for our listeners. Is the first time I made it because I was so excited when you told me about it that I just went downstairs and I was like, I, pretty much have all the ingredients and just make it with what I have and it didn't work with regular American happy. Okay. I had to go to Indian grocery and specifically I had to get Saba Donna, which is Indian Tapioca, and it's a different size and it's kind of a different texture. So think for me I was just really exciting to have a savory tapioca experience. And I feel like this was a learning curve big time because it also you know it's been a journey for me both on this podcast and definitely in my column in my writing. To have to figure out how to talk about cooking and write about cooking and give people advice and instruction when I don't have the like typical resources available to me to learn about things that I'm not familiar with which usually would be to go stand at someone's kitchen counter and watch them make a thing and over and over again, and then call them one hundred times afterward and be like can you tell me exactly how you made that thing what was all those things and you know like we did call your parents which was very fun. And we got some information out of them but like your parents make this in the microwave which was real. Great. But like I'm pretty sure that's not the way it's been made in India for like generation and so. Then when I tried to do research on the Internet and watch like a million videos and read a bunch of recipes, I wasn't able to replicate it every time I made it got really clumpy and sticky, and so I ended up just sticking to the version. Your mom gave me because that was the best version I was able to make. It's so simple and it's so delicious and I hope you do make it. You will understand why or is she he requests this every time he goes home. That's true. There was one day when I was testing it and I eat it for breakfast lunch and dinner. It's just really tasty. Yeah. I'm so happy that you are now on board that I have somebody else I can talk to about this. Oh, it's so good. But now that I've taken over your childhood favourite what have you been? Actually, I have been making another dish from my childhood. The last couple of weeks of making big batches of Chile would is basically like a chickpea dish and I've been trying to figure out things that I can make one day that will last from multiple meals and this is something that I think kind of only gets a better as leftovers. Yeah. For sure feels like it soaks up the spices and flavours even more so that you know there's some dishes that are betters leftovers right I don't know the science behind this hundred percent like I feel like all different cultures have different words for this, but it's basically kind of like flavors. Coming together or resting, and usually it's like saucy things or we things. Yeah and so anything that's a braised or Stuey, and certainly when they're spices I feel like anything has tomatoes or wine in it usually tastes better the next day and this does have tomatoes in it. I use can't chickpeas and can't crush tomato and onions and spices, and garlic and ginger it's easy and really delicious dues like pre mixed, like Masala, mix from the Indian store no I start by heating up oil and then I do whole Chili, peppers, dried chili, peppers, mustard seeds, fennel seeds, and I let those sort of get to be hot enough. So they pop. And then throw the onions in then garlic and ginger. So I start with the whole spices and then I add some ground spices during the onion stage. Got It. That's when you might add cumin agree enter yet, and then what do you eat it with Rice served you may have little breads or with Rice and yogurt we've Actually Been Using Almond Milk Yogurt, which is actually really good. Also, this is the real key a little bit of Indian pickle. I. Prefer Mango pickle, but any pickle will do I love mango pickle. Yeah. was looking in the fridge the other day at all the different. Varieties of like a jar of a red thing to make something spicy that I have from different cuisines. I have so many that's basically my whole refrigerator. Exactly but I want more what are your favorites? What are go goes? Let's see. I Love Tia Lupi hot sauce. Oh, I have like you know Korean Gotree Jong which I love using fermented pepper paste got I've some I've Calabrian Chili paste from Italy that's one of my secret weapons and then you know all the Chili Crests I have a fermented chili paste from the cultured pickle shop in Berkeley with has some gingery bits in it. I don't even know there's I've lost track. It's endless. Okay. But of course read spicy things aren't the only way to make things spicy. This is a question we got from Mexico City about tomatoes. ooh, highs immunity sheet is Choi and Tyler and we live in Mexico. So we wanted to ask you about. Or Green Tomatoes, we get a weekly agriculture box from our local farmer's market, and it includes always a lot of green tomatoes and we always make some sense of Grad today but we always have some green tomatoes leftover and there's only so much sounds of editor that we can eat. And, we're not sure what else we can do with green tomatoes because you know they're more acidic than red tomatoes on wondering if you have any ideas or suggestions for ways to use green tomatoes. Thank you. Thank you. Those guys are so adorable. I didn't know that green tomatoes are more acidic than Fred Tomatoes. Yes. They're not a related as in learn the same they're both. So tomatoes in. There in the same family, you know because they're the tomatoes uncle, right? That's why they're called tomato -til exactly. That's why it's the tomatoes tomatoes. They're not the same plant at all. I think it's just a sort of a linguistic thing that they're called like green tomatoes and they're used similarly but they taste totally different for folks who have not tasted them. They're really really acidic and they're so delightful they can be used raw or they can be cooked and often when they're cooked, they are either like charred on a really hot griddle or their grilled to sort of get outside, really dark and then blended into a sauce or salsa or something like that. So I think that's probably how these guys are using them and typically that's what Salsa Verde is. Unusually they're just mixed with really really hot green chilis and some Cilantro, and that's super simple, salsa? Verde. They probably, honestly know much better than I do how to do that another release simple. Delicious. Also Verde that I really like making is one of my friends calls Taco truck salsa or Guacamole Salsa which is kind of where where you kind of mix like a pretty ripe avocado in the blender with tomatoes, and it's kind of like thin avocado and Tomatillo Salsa. So it's like a portable of Kado Salsa so that it's kind of like a less expensive guacamole option you know at a TACO truck. Oh Aaa went really well with Guacamole, which I really really love Guac Chile. Guacamole. It's a great appearing I. Believe it. There are a lot of ways that Indian flavors and Mexican flavors really naturally overlap Oh but then that leads us to the next thing that is one of my favorite Mexican dishes using Tokyo's where you can use a lot of them up is the probably what's the simplest version of moulay which is green. And there are dozens and dozens and dozens of kinds of molly sauces throughout Mexico probably, the lightest and simplest one is Molly Verde, which has a base of many different herbs sometimes including even lettuce and tomatoes. One of the main herbs in it is called Episode Day, which is used fresh, and it's a really delightful, very fragrant herb that's really commonly very easily found in Mexican markets. It's something. Did we talk about episode in an earlier episode? I'll tell you what it says on the pens spice bottle because I thought it was very diplomatic way of putting it. It's a it's a spice that's often used to counterbalance the effects of a diet that is high and legumes. Episode. The Arts what we're saying. In case, you didn't lose your first episode. But fresh. Episode. Day. Is just incredibly obey Shis. It's really delicious and that's a crucial ingredient in green moulay and luckily these guys already live you. You already live in Mexico City. So you you would be able to get that release at one of your markets. You can also just us you know. So entre impartially and you know the way I've made green moly in the past is just each Har- your onions, you Chari your tomatoes, and then really at goes quite quickly after that, you just work in all of your Greens and you blend everything together into a really. Light sauce with some chicken stock and you simmer and then you have this like kind of finish sauce and you can by then you've already cooked whatever meet. If you're using some meat probably in that stock, and then you add that back in and there you go. You have this incredibly delicious thing. The whole thing probably takes maybe forty minute just a little bit longer than it takes to cook the meat you know if you just use chicken thighs or whatever. So. It's one of my favorite Malays and I. Think it's because it's so surprising and so light and so different than I. Think what most of us think of when we think of me? And I think that idea is what would then take me to the other suggestions that I would make, which is grilling or charring those tomatoes and then adding them to a braise of me or maybe even just like sort of. Making some sort of delicious like cooked relish that then I would either spoon over fish. I would add them into a braise and let it sort of just cook away and it would be amazing acidic flavorful ingredient that I would add instead of having to add wine or tomatoes, but it's kind of fresh vibrant summary Way to do it. Yes I feel like it's delicious flavor bomb in you're really lucky to do it go for it well to tyler out that helps I hope that works for you speaking of Parsley if you don't use the whole bunch, maybe you should call it partially. I liked it better when I couldn't see you recording. I liked it better when my camera didn't work. Cameras do not work, and so we would just record our episodes over audio but now got fixed and we switch to video facetime apparently with mixed results. Speaking of Parsley, I'm like what is he about to say is this like the transition to the next question? I'm like gripping my chair handles at my. With terror. You've got US squash that instinct. Speaking of squash. Here's a question from Nelly Hi screen and Richie I'm calling about squash this spring planted ten squash plants. And I don't mean to count my squash before they ripen but I think it's going to be too many and I'm going to have a bit of squash situation on my hands where family of two adults and one six year old going through a bit of a picky eating phase. So not even sure if you like squash the moment right now my plan is just to give each of my friends have squash, but maybe you have some suggestions. I love this question. I love so much about with question. I don't mean to count my squash before they were. And then she said, maybe I'm GONNA give my friends a squash. How many friends do you out I'm like maybe she has like. I. Love it I. Love You. Nelly I love you. Nellie ten squashes is a lot of squashes like we. In our garden, maybe about ten squashes. But many of them are winter squashes and they have, let's say not been thriving. uh-huh. So one of them is a summer squash that has been really really thriving and it has produced a lot of fruit. So I, can't even imagine how many ten is going to give you. Have some more information actually from Nelly Oh. Tell me more specifically she has one DELEKTA. Oh, she has winter squash. Trump better to Kubotausa one acorn and then five question mark mystery squash plants. Okay. I'm really happy to hear that you have a mix of winter and summer squash. It sounds like you have Zucchini and other summer squash you know which are the things we? Grill on the on yield grill or like eat is a Kebab more turn into the legs, Zucchini fries and that kind of stuff. And then you also have the kinds of things that we would imagine in the old cornucopia around the Thanksgiving table. You know or like a Pumpkin Pie. So that's nice because you'll be able to stretch out your harvest over many months. So, that's good news. So already, I'm relieved on your behalf. So, let's start with the summer squash. So things are better I think would be kid friendly are doing a little breading and oven roasting or breading and frying things like making a little bit of like squash, raw breaded, and fried pieces of squash or you could just use nice like buttered breadcrumbs and do that in the oven you don't even need to do deep frying think that's a way to save yourself the house of deep frying. Another way to use up a ton of them is to make a great Tan, which is just slicing them thinly layering them with cheese and cream cheese and a mixture of cream in stock and making the whole thing in the oven until it's like Brown and bubbly and delicious maybe topping it with breadcrumbs that would use up a lot of squash. So that's really good as far as what you're Kiddo, would love my neighbor just made a really delicious double chocolate cake I. Think it's an Shaughnessy vers book Midwest made but I think she has a double chocolate Zucchini cake recipe, which is really tasty and uses up a good amount of Zucchini. So that's a great way to definitely kid friendly you know. Can I tell you how we've been using a lot as Akini? Yeah. Tell me a recipe from autumn autonomy from the book Jerusalem. The title is Turkey's Akini Burgers the really small they're more like meat balls they're like slider sized, and nowadays we make them with the ground beef sort of style beyond meat, but the recipe calls for ground Turkey. Either way it's so delicious and the recipe only calls for one Zucchini and that's really good. But we've actually been getting so much Zucchini. We've been doubling it and it falls apart a little bit more but it's still like really really good and totally works you shred the Zucchini and combine it with the ground meat an egg, some salt and spices, and some garlic and make little burgers in the you fry them in some oil and then you bake them. And they're really really good. That sounds really Yummy I. Really am into I mean I know you're not using meet but I am really into the dishes that like sort of a lighten the amount of meat with vegetable I thought I like that a lot some. Oh, and there's also a green onion and mint in the burger to it's actually like both really sophisticated but also something I could imagine a kid getting super into because it's like a tiny little burger. Cute, I love that. I really love that. Okay. But now Nellie we have to face all the winter squash. She's probably going out of record. It's a really cover your face for a little while. AGO So. Delic- CADA squash what did she say? Okay. So squashes the Nice thing for you is that the winter squash you're gonna be able to keep for many months in a cool dry dark space. So you're going to be able to space out the usage of them for a really long time. So in a way you're not going to be it's not like you need to use up fourteen pieces. You know in two weeks or anything like that. That being said we're still going. To give you some ideas of how to use things up I mean for one thing I don't know if people know this but most of the canned pumpkin in this country is not straight canned pumpkin. So like Pumpkin Pie were all making out of the Libya's Pumpkin you know has lot of squash in it because the squash is a much denser, it's much less watery, much more flavorful sweeter. So I actually prefer when I do make Pumpkin Pie or Pumpkin desserts to use my own. Squash or these days there's a variety called like honey nut squash. Tinier. Little like much more denser sort of sweeter version. So you can use perhaps like the acorn squash that you've got you can use some of that for. To do any holiday. You can roast and drain use some of that for any of the pies that you might be making, and then I would say go to thing that I make all sorts of fall and winter long is a lot of roasted squash that I- drizzle with Agra Jay, which is just different versions of sweet and sour dressings, and then when I can pull my roasted squash hot out of the oven, I'll toss it with this Yummy Vinaigrette. It kind of just soaks it up. You know like a sponge and so it's this delicious side dish that I can eat hot. Room temperature or it's really nice cold. The next day to it sounds like this might be the first year you've grown all the squash. But when you harvest winter squash, you do need to cure it, which means letting it dry out for a few weeks and that's where that sort of final maturation happens. But I'm sure you can read about this on some like official gardening website and we can even. Link to some I'll look up for you. But last year I made the mistake of I didn't know about that and I left the squash on the plant for too long and everything rotted. So this year I learned, you have to pull it a little bit earlier. You know when it gets to the right size doesn't get to that like beautiful sort of like color that you see at the store. It doesn't happen on the plant it happens in storage. Awesome. Thanks for the question. Nellie. Thank you. Good luck. So there's one vegetable that we've gone. So many questions about that. We haven't talked about yet on the show, and so I made a little montage to play a few of them for you. Can We? I recently. Kohlrabi from my drive thru farmers market seven sitting on it for a little bit and I'm just not sure what to do that whenever I see. Kohlrabi. Pick it up and I bring it home and I try to figure out what to do with it and I roasted a few times and I thought about mashing it but I'm not really sure. But I just think I haven't cracked the code on on what to do with it. Exactly. Toned down from North London here we've just got to question about. Kobe. We were. Very quickly VESPER I. Didn't know what to do of it. So we try to take it to my brother only to find out that he had also received in his weekly bad back and. They have now given us a number. We're looking for things to do with it. Any ways of cooking it? What is it? We wondered whether you guys could help. What is What do you? How do you pronounce it? How do you spell it and how do you cook it Oh my God that's so funny. Let's start with what is it? Kohlrabi Okay Kohlrabi. It's spelled K. O. H. L. are. So, call comes from the Department Store Coles. which was, of course, it started by a rabbi and so it's named for the founder of the coals rabbi. Exactly. You don't even need me. Okay. What's the real etymology? Well, it's not Latin. It's German actually, but Cole is like German word I. Think it's like related a German word for cabbage and Robbie I think is like related to the dermal return and somebody's probably going to ask me because I didn't actually look that up and rob you know if you think of like Broccoli. All those. So it's in that family cruciferous family, the BRASSICA 's the Broccolis and the cabbages and all those. But it doesn't look anything like that. It looks more like a celery root. It looks like the rudy part it looks confusing it looks like something that Mario would pull out of the ground to throw out of Super Mario Brothers Villain fully does it does you're right once you remove the skin and leaves once you peel it and trim it it looks and tastes kind of like. A radish, but I will say that tough outer skin, Scotto Garrett of it out into the compost pile. Okay. But then once you get in there, it's so sweet and fresh and crunchy and delicious, and my favorite way to eat it is raw. I think it's really really delicious raw and I learned from a friend in new. York. How to prepare a delicious Kohlrabi slaw I actually think Pairs really nicely with Apple's. So you could a little bit of chilly into their. If you wanted like a Jalapeno or Serano I don't even put man isn't this kind of law I, just keep it really clean with vinegar. You could use apple cider vinegar to kind of like double up on that Ali deliciousness and add whatever herbs you've gone on hand probably partially would be nice. And some olive oil and salt and keep it really simple and what do you eat that slaw with if it was lunchtime, you could have that with like some grilled chicken breast or piece of grilled fish or something, or it could be the side dish for your dinner or you know what would be Kinda cool, Kinda delicious. You could use the Kohlrabi instead of like a dicon radish. And you could mix it with carrot, mix it with rice, wine vinegar and sugar, and Cilantro Jalapeno, and then you could use it instead of the kind of traditional pickles in Vietnamese bond me, and then you could build yourself on me sandwich using either pork or chicken or Tofu, and that could be your like delicious kind of like the stuff that you would put in your mind me sandwich will. Good. So I think just keep it raw is my favorite Colorado thing. Got It like, oh I've never actually had it Kohlrabi. It's quite delicious. You're right. It totally looks like a Super Mario Brothers. Situation. That definitely makes me wanna eat it even more. Thanks to our sponsor, Sun Basket for supporting our podcast. Sun Basket provides a quick delicious and healthy way to get dinner on the table delivered right to your door actually the other Lindsay and I were both working late and we realized we had not thought of anything for dinner. 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So the next question we have comes from Bella and it has two parts me and my boyfriend really love having steak. So my first question is, what's the best method in your opinions on how to make the perfect stake? My second question is I really really love the taste of Salmon and I cook salmon quite often. So I would just like to ask if you guys have some fun recipes on what to Cook with Salmon or cook it let's so cute I like this question because though I don't eat steak myself. I know that people get obsessive about sort of the best way to make a steak and I imagine having opinion yes but also Best is so subjective There are so many different variables when it comes to cooking steak because you know the quality of is so different depending on what you're getting, how that meet was raised depending on how Saudi it is. There's so many different elements. So there's not necessarily one answer for sure you know these days I don't eat that much beef. I, think I've had maybe beef once in the last year maybe twice. But the last time I really was working regularly in a professional kitchen with some friends. Of, had watched Jacques FA pan video of cooking steak in butter, and it was so simple and so beautiful and I think watching that reminded us of this very simple classic technique and so that was what we started doing and it was with a cut of steak that I think a lot of us kind of have been raising our noses out for a while. which is filet Mignon oh. Really as real chefs. We're we're like filet Mignon. It's just not like a real chef Scottish the chefs cut is the t-bone. It's Ridi-. It's the porterhouse. It's the. New York and the fillet mignon is for babies or for rich people are for old people or whatever and much babies especially. With. Their monocle they show up and they WANNA. FILET Mignon. And my has no texture or whatever, and I have to say like when I tasted a bite of this like filet mignon that was cooked in butter in a cast iron pan it was mind blowing Lee delicious and so the way that we did it was it was so simple. It was just a really wonderful thing to just be reintroduced to a basic technique and it was one of those things where I was like I'm never going to forget this butter is this very basic ingredient. that. You sometimes forget is so complicated because butter has all of these milk solids. There's so many qualities that it hasn't there. You know those milk solids they caramelized, and then they create all of these really complex browning flavors in a dish. It's so simple and so beautiful. So I think you take a piece of filet Mignon I would say you probably want it to be I would say probably an inch and a half thick and season it generously with salt if you like pepper pepper. Sides I like to season my meat ahead you know at least a half an hour an advance may be several hours in advance, but you can also just do it right before and then get your pan. You're cast iron pan very very hot, and then you have to use a generous amount of butter put that in the Pan and you're gonna WanNa, Spoon and what you're GonNa do is you're gonna put this piece of Meden and you're constantly going to be basting it basically in this butter and you don't really move it I because you want basically a crust to form And then once that crust forms you start like sliding and around the your sliding around in that butter. So it's getting really evenly Brown, and then you flip it and you do the same thing on the second side, and by the time has a really beautiful crust on both sides pretty much done, and then you can turn it on its edge and get that crust on the edge, and then it's a really important to let it rest. You know you probably just want to let it sit in a nice warm spot sort of maybe hanging out near the corner of the stove or over the oven or whatever for about ten minutes until it's ready to slice, and then that's about it. I'm going to try and find this video. It was a few years ago but I'm GonNa try and find this video for us still linked to to for you. It was such a thing of beauty and yeah, it's a really really really delightful thing. Okay and then how about the second half of bells question about Salmon I know you have a great salmon recipe in your book yet unfortunately, Bella I only took Sam in one way. I mean I know other ways but really I only get one way which is slow roasting. It's really I feel like I have the most control and it's just so delicious I actually just did it the other day when you try and cook it another way does it feel like you're swimming upstream? Yeah. How's the salmon joke. I know. Not acting like. I mean, what am I? Supposed to laugh with delayed, just supposed to be. There it is cut everything else out and just make it sound like thousand Washington the joke originally, why did I do to deserve this? It's also you know I, think the thing that people don't realize is that Rishi edits this show. He also the one who chooses all the question. So he has days to come up with a punt. The questions I'm just GONNA take this part out and replace it with you saying. You are so smart Rashid. You're so smart. Oh. Got Those. Okay. So the salmon you know I definitely did not invent this, but it's a I'm lazy and be. This is really good. So you know one of the beautiful things about salmon is that it's an incredibly rich and fatty fish it's so rich. It only orders the filet Mignon. It's such a rich fish at only orders. The filet Mignon shows up in the restaurant wearing it's monocle after it swam all the way upstream to the restaurant. Okay as a cook I feel like my job is to preserve that fat and so if I put the salmon into too hot of an oven or try to cook it too quickly that fats just going to get squeezed out whereas if I cook it really nice and gently, and slowly that thought will based the fish from within and I'll be left with basically like the most delicate silky delicious pizza fish ever. So, really the thing is to heat the oven to about two fifty and I like to use like a really fragrant bed of herbs or we have a fig tree here you can use fig leaves. Whatever herbs you've got on hand you could also make a little bed out of lemon slices, orange slices or anything that you might want to sort of perfume the fish as it cooks. But if you don't have any of that, you can just use a piece of parchment and lately I've been making listen my toaster oven, which is even nicer because it just preheat. So quickly, you just lay it skin side down if there's no skin that's fine. It's whichever side was the skin. If there are bones, it would be nice to remove the bones using a pair of needle nose pliers or tweezers, but you don't have to. You can remove the bones after cooking if that's easier season lightly with salt. Very very lightly drizzle it with olive oil and rub the olive oil in and then stick it into that very, very low oven and Cook it until the meat is just translucent and just barely flakes apart when you prick it with a fork or with your fingers and so for a two pound piece that's about maybe forty minutes for one pound piece that might be like between twenty five and thirty minutes, and for a whole filet that might be close to an hour but it really just depends on you know your oven and your specific fish. So you'll have to check on it but then comes the fun part, which is like this fish is so nice to eat. Both warm at room temperature and cold. So I made a piece that was probably a pound eight at for an entire week like I ate at warm with Pesto and Cherry tomatoes eight cold on top of Salads I flipped it on top of a bowl of brown rice could eat it with Tomatillo Salsa. Yeah. You could eat it with your tomatillo salsa only ever had the slow roasted salmon from your book once but it was so good. I still remember it. Oh, that's all some. Okay. Thanks Speller. Thank you. Good luck. I mean, as I mentioned in an earlier episode of this podcast I, secretly want to get relationship questions on this show as well. Oh Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I know very, very well. Well, here's one from Ruby. So I'm black and my partner is vegetarian. He'll have chicken on occasion but mostly edge. I've been doing a lot of cooking since quarantine, but it can be a lot to cook gluten free vegetarian food all the time. I want to cook some meat and fish for myself. But when I do that I, find that I have to cook a lot of other vegetarian foods. There's enough for my partner and it just becomes whole thing I. was looking for some suggestions for free vegetarian food to cook that would be substantial on its own and then easy for me to add some other nonvege- treats to think he's much if you'll allow me, I was wondering if I could take the first. Swing at this go far. My first recommendation really is not for Ruby but for her partner Cook something for yourself something yourself dude, let Ruby make a meal that is just the stuff she wants make a thing that is entirely just for you and she can make something that's entirely just for her one day out of the week like pick a day where you kind of go on your own separate food adventures and the rest of the time you can work out this compromise, but we'll start with that one day a week choose your own adventures. Thank you I. Think you're being generous but yeah. This is why we should not be the host of a relationship podcast is I'm too mean because I'm GonNa be like Dude, get off. Your ass. I don't know anything about his side of the story. She's cooking all the food because who knows what he's doing. But. Maybe he's carrying a huge part of mother load. About, but it does seem insane that like she has this crazy dietary restriction and is also like accommodating going out of her way to accommodate him. So. Yeah. I also feel like in some ways you're being a little bit too lax like not only should he make his own thing like at least one day a week he should be making her thing to good point. Yes. So that's one thing I would say another thing is Saba Donna. Because the free, isn't it? Yeah. Okay next question yeah. Next. I otherwise, I'm GONNA like. With anger so Let's move on. please. Good Luck Ruby. I hope he's worth it. And if he isn't. Like salmon with Mongols, there are other fish in the sea. Oh my God. Okay. So we actually got another question. Another family recipe question is this chef detective. It is. Yes I'm GONNA play chef detective music under her question. Okay Cau-. Do you do that what you think the music sounds like. Hi. SELENA machines I family. regenerates ago my grandma only spoke Polish growing up, but the crazy thing about it is Polish are also their Perogie. We don't have a family. Rocchi. I've never made many trophies. For Recipe I really like I haven't found one. So I was just wondering if you have any great resources because my watching. One of my family recipes. You. Okay. You're a chef detective on the hunt for okay perogie risk. Well, the truth of the matter is I've never made Perogie and I've only eaten them once a really. So I think we need to call in reinforcements. We need back we gotta call Antony. Antony Borowski. is the food and wine expert on Netflix's hit series queer eye and he's just a sweetheart who knows his Polish food in fact he's got his own cookbook called Anthony in the kitchen and let's give him a call. Now let's do. Hello Hello Hello. I'm here. Your hair. Ha. Thank you so much for joining us a what do you think about this pro-gay question I kind of love how Ashley asked this question you know third fourth generation polish-american and it kind of got me. Then get in touch with my aunties and all the the polacks in my family and like get in touch and try to figure out what's going on like I love how it kind of dislike train. Sort of like forms, everyone trying to get Intel from the past growing up we definitely eight a lot of Polish food. It was certainly more around the holidays, but we never made pirogies not one single time. So when was the first time that you actually had a Perogie? So my Auntie had Polish restaurant in Montreal called Stash, cafe and I'm sure I add them before but when I really fell in. Love with Perogie was at this restaurant. This restaurant still exists in Montreal. It's where my father worked there as a waiter. All of my uncles did my sister looked. That's where she met her now husband that's where I worked when I was in college. It's like the rite of passage if you're Polish and in Montreal and if you go downstairs to the basement sounds a little sketchy but there would always. Be like three or four grandma's, and they would be hand making Perogie I would have twenty pirogies and even if they were really fresh, that's the only time where you can justify having the boiled but I would still ask them to pan fry them, and then put to hold ladles of fried onion on top with the oil, and then like a big heaping spoon of full-fat sour cream and I would just. Go to town on that whole flight while sour cream is totally important. It is so important. Could you explain what a Perogie actually is? It's a dumpling. That's basically stuffed with a mix of different things. I'm going to go real traditional tell you about the three kinds as they are prepared in Poland, the most common, which is not that you asked for my opinion but my least favorite, it's Piedad beautiful skip, which means a Russian. Perogie and those are stuffed with mashed potatoes and FATO. Talk is like a farmer's cheese. The second one is my favorite and those are poodle Nielsen. So those are meet Perot Geeze. This is why I called my Auntie magazine now because I was. Asking her about how the meat was prepared when it was inside and so they would basically cook pork shoulder has the right amount of fat and then they put it through a meat grinder and you put it really thin. So that has the consistency of pate pretty much. So it's super delicate it's already cooked, and then the third kind are the ones that I only got to really start enjoying as an adult because I hated couples doug growing up couples sized cabbage. We put it in literally everything it's like our national food. They're actually not made with cabbage. They're made with with couples stop becky he sean, which means it's Sauerkraut from a barrel. That's how she explained. So it's really nice and Piccoli and you mix cabbage with mushrooms. There's also a desert one do not skip the desert. The desert ones are actually really good there with blueberries. The really yummy. So are there like perogie occasions or is this something kind of like a holiday thing or a Sunday thing or do families typically eat them you know on any night of the week in Montreal we would buy them and I would have them like after swim meets during the week on random nights when basically like my parents were going out or they were just being a a little lazy and they just wanted to cook something. Real quick. It's very much a restaurant food as well. It's kind of like pizza in the states like a lot of people go out for pizza as opposed to making it at home I feel like parolees or something that you more commonly find in like little grandma type restaurants that makes sense. It's just a lot of work. It is a lot of work, but now's the time to make that stuff at home. So get your children's little fingers suggest. Getting Ready to start folding. Wait a second I just had a thought so Ashley there is a thing called Peo-. Neva with translates too lazy pirogies. And these whenever I would show up at home and there would be like a plate sitting with these in Saran wrap on it I knew a met my parents were going out because they basically wanted to give dessert for dinner to make me feel better about them not being around I promised my parents raised me and they were around but they would go out they had a social life Navarre basically unstaffed pirogies they basically look like a traditional Yucky sort of cut on the bias. And they're just like fluffy some recipes use mashed potato in the mix others don't I like it with the mashed potatoes, just a little more delicate and with those you serve them with regular granulated sugar and then toasted breadcrumbs. Toasted breadcrumbs are the thing that like Americans have cheese whiz for like their kids to eat Broccoli and all that kind of stuff Polish, people have breadcrumbs you cook them until again they're almost burnt and then you just like thousand over anything and it makes anything tastes delicious. Wait. So that's basically the filling perogie without the outside. It's just inside part. Exactly. I would suggest like start out with an event with the lazy. Pirogies then work like learn what the tradition is the super traditional way of making it, and then you can kinda mess around and put like whatever the heck you want and just kind of make it your own but I think it is nice to know how it was originally made especially if you're trying to get. In, touch with your heritage in, you don't do you have any tips for the dough for the outside I think it's flower Eggen water just watching my mother and my sisters may get it I really wasn't allowed to cook with my mother growing up I would watch her from the other end of the island but I did study a lot and I remember it was always really was always complaining about how sticky it was, but that's how it had to be. Awesome and my only tip is like make Finn. When you go to a restaurant like if you go to like a place, it's like a little they they just too much for me. It's all about the filling. It's all about the ratio filling. Yes, and either of you have a go-to cookbook or ethnicity when it comes to Polish recipes is there something like published that we could point Ashley to follow religiously or justed base to the first attempt off of there was a website it's called festivus smack So it's K. W., E. S. T.. A. S. M. A. K. U. Dot. com. Oh I. Cannot wait to go look on their. The recipe I wanted to share for perogie comes from a new cookbook. Actually it's Michelle. Palsy enes book called Baking at the twentieth. Century Cafe, which is one of my favorite restaurants in San Francisco and she's a really brilliant pastry chef who is kind of obsessed with recipes from all over eastern. Europe and though her focus is mostly pastries and cakes, she also makes a few savory dishes including Perogie and she has a really beautiful recipe in her book including. A really thorough sort of instruction for how to make the dough. So she puts flour baking powder salt and sour cream and her dough with eggs. And then once the dumplings are made, she boils them and then pan-fried them with butter and tosses them with poppy seeds so that there like at once chew crispy and just a little bit pillow e, and then the traditional sort of recipe for this basic version is the potato version with onions and like a little bit of coriander and mustard and caraway seeds and stuff and. This is the version I've had her restaurant and she makes her own jam. She makes plum jam or damn some jam that she serves it with with the big doll the Sauerkraut we love our plum jam. Yes. It's so good weight poppy seeds. That's a plot twists. It is your I've never even heard of that before. Oh, well, then that must be her a little twist. Yeah. So I think what we'll do is we'll post a bunch of these recipes and I don't know if I'll have permission to post Michelle's recipe but I'll post a link so you can pre-order her book and we'll definitely post a link to Anthony's on these websites recommendation. right now and there are so many different Perogie recipes Oh my God it's amazing. Unfortunately the one that looks like it's gotten the most comments and reviews is the one that is your least favorite and. The perogie risky I don't dislike them but it's kind of like sorry to be controversial but it's like a car bought a car but I just want like they need to complement each other. You already have the car with the dumpling itself. I wanted to be stuff to something else give me some like wild mushrooms in some like Tanny, Sauerkraut or like some delicate meat he's delicate I'm like give me the to carbs please. I'm like a rice and potatoes yes. Thank you. I hope that answers Ashley's question can I ask just how you've been taking care of yourself and cooking for yourself yet we were wondering if is there one dish that's been your own personal source of joy and comfort during lockdown? Yes. So I was at the beginning of lockdown I was actually in Austin in Texas where we were filming new season of Queer Eye and production shutdown we hadn't even completed the first episode we still had one day left. And my boyfriend came to visit me and we ended up just kind of like staying there and moving in together and I was creeping on Martha Stewart Forty Eight instagram page, and I always thought she has is beautiful bowl of farm eggs. So I started ordering farm eggs, 'cause I for every morning and I started making soft scramble and when I was a kid, the way that I made eggs, I would basically take six eggs but I would I Would throw out four yolks. So it'd be six yokes into egg whites, and then I would put Borsen or fresh or some kind of cheese. Basically, it was like cholesterol bomb and I would make the most delicious off scrabble that way. But then when you're in your thirties, you realize it's not so good for your heart. So I was talking to my collaborator of Mindy Fox who co wrote my first cookbook with and we were talking about scrambled eggs. and. She taught me she's like no the key to a perfect soft scrambles for every two eggs. You add a teaspoon of water. So I've perfected soft scrambled eggs and my boyfriend loves having them with everything Bagel seasoning and I get mine from Saint Veteran Montreal. which are the best bagels in the world better than New York because New York bagels are basically the shape of a large Bredon in Montreal. They have the nice pull in their sweetener just delicious. And catch up on him but I just put a lot of really good at Jacobson, black garlic salt and fresh cracked pepper at sounds so good. You were telling the story so like passionately that I got very confused for a second and I thought that I was picturing your boyfriend putting catch up on the Bagel like I. Love. This is just me being manic that is just like grounds for dumping. Taking the everything Bagel to new places. That long answer of all to say that I have been obsessed with just making scrambled eggs every morning and it's just part of my ritual and having the perfect soft scrambled when you take it off of the heat, it's still keeps on cooking, but it's still runny. I. Just I I've been loving by scrambled eggs. Do you use a little butter in the pan butter absolutely just to close the loop on your story because you said that this all started with creeping on Martha Stewart's instagram even before. I was a Cook I. Think I was watching the old old Martha Stewart show that was you know just once a week where she had to leave the good things segment or something it was like some sort of episode about like hosting others for brunch she was doing tips for how to make really good scrambled eggs. I was probably twelve years old. When was I going to host somebody for Brunch I don't know sh we have the same taste in television as twelve year olds I'll tell you totally. But the little like the secret was she gave the same exact tip which was instead of adding milk or cream to your eggs when you're scrambling them to add just a tiny like a little half teaspoon or a teaspoon water, and the reason is that it creates steam and it makes for really really fluffy and soft scrambled eggs because when when eggs cook the water steams away and fly them up and so I never add milk or cream or anything may scrambled eggs I just add a tiny bit of water now. Totally. Wow. All right. I'm going to try and entity I'm going to think of you when I make my eggs. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you. So for having you really made my day and it's like getting to talk to other people who are just as nerdy an obsessive about food I don't know too many people who get excited as I am about it. So I'm grateful for you both. Thank you. Thanks Anthony. You can find Antony on Netflix's queer. Eye. And, of course, in his book Antony and the kitchen. You can also follow him on social media. He's at Antony on twitter and instagram. So before we go have one more question I wanted to play you this comes from Lucas Hi I'm es is old and I. Love Creamy foods and I also love cooking but unfortunately, lactose intolerant in. So what can I make that creamy but doesn't involve lactose? Oh, I love creamy foods to. One really cool. Creamy thing that you can make. That will be really fun to make with your parents is Manny's That has no dairy annette and you can turn it into all sorts of different kinds of sauces and put it on all sorts of different kinds of things, and you can do it by hand where you can do it in a food processor or a blender. You just use one yoke and then you very slowly drizzle some oil. So you can use canola oil or avocado oil or rice bran oil or olive oil, and you just drop by drop drizzle it in and whiskered, and so this is really if you're gonNA, use a whisk. Important to have an adult because you definitely need a second set of hands to hope stir or or drizzle because it will take a lot of muscle to do it. But it's also pretty easy to do it in mixer or blender or food processor, and then comes the fun part where you get to work in whatever flavorings you want to work in. You can do garlic or garlic too strong for you. You could do herbs or you could mix mayonnaise and ketchup you do mustard and manny's the other thing that I think is probably going to be your very best. Friend in the creamy department is an ingredient called Tahini That's what I was GONNA say no Ice Okay Okay Tahini is kind of like kitchen magic. So Tahini is made out of crushed sesame seeds. It's kind of like sesame seed butter. If you think of peanut butter as crushed up peanuts, this is crushed up sesame seeds. But for whatever reason when you mix Tahini with green, it's they just turn creamy. It turns into like a creamy creamy sauce to is kind of my little secret superpower ingredient in my kitchen for one I want to make a creamy sauce and I don't want to use dairy or I don't even have their. have. You ever thought about having your own line of Tahini call it so many. Not until this moment, but now, I, feel like I have to. Do. So. What food product if you could put something out into the world what would I make? Let's see. You know I've never really wanted to have a restaurant. I. Mean I guess there was always the ice cream shop rate break. Did you ever go to like all? You can eat soup and salad restaurants as a child yes. There were a couple there was augustine's and on Derosa Ponderosa was like my family's place in southern California there was soup exchange and the very unfortunately named sue plantation. And I love them very much. Even you know and it was like I couldn't wait to have the soft surf. That's all I wanted. And it was just a very deeply exciting for me to have all. You can eat anything. Yeah and so like. The thing about hundred like food whatever did you know they have and Sunday bar and you could go up as many times as you want. So, I think combining my like adult sort of career love of fresh ingredients and food, and the fact that like now as a cook and also a person who's forty. And like understand the digestion and fiber. And wishes that there were just like a place I could go eat delicious. And also as a child just loves the Salad Bar my dream restaurant is the I wish like I could make like a booze you know soup and salad joints if I could have like. Fancy. Like I actually wish it existed and I could go eat there. Yes. My Dream Yeah Yeah. Yeah, you don't have to be responsible for I don't actually WANNA. Make It. Yeah. But that's my dream restaurant I go somewhere and like every day just eat like heaps and heaps of like. Moroccan. pickled beets and like freshly made for college Yeah and then of course like soft surf. And you can call it the bushy buffet the breezy perfect. Well unlike a great buffet our show is not all you can eat, and this brings us to the end of our episode and the end of our second batch of episodes. By. Has Left but meanwhile, I'll tell you that we're gonNA take a little break. We only know we're GONNA come back. We're GONNA come back for batch three. So please stay with us and stay subscribe to the show we'll be back soon and we're so thankful to everyone who's listened centene questions please send in the lots more questions I keep sending in questions send us your family recipe mysteries questions, and then any other questions that you have you know a exit doesn't have to be about just about food you can just send US whatever questions we'll take him oh yeah. 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The Big Ride

"Hello again, everyone. Welcome back to the Phantom's own podcast. Co Host skaggs back in the Phantom Zone. Once again, ready to talk the boys season two but not joined by my usual Phantom zone partner Jesse Jackson. Jesse, as it turns out has burn himself out a little bit doing settlers, Bruce podcasts like maybe three of those a week. So he hasn't really had the time to go through the boys he's in two. So I reached out to someone I could depend on and. So. Everyone please please welcome to the Phantom Zone podcast joining me for these next this week in the next seven weeks as we discussed the boy season to please welcome Dj nick to the Phantom Zone podcast. How're you doing shows? I'm doing wonderful. Thank you so much for the opportunity to discuss the a show that I know everybody's been talking about both superhero known superhero. I'm sorry that Jesse couldn't be pasta conversation because he always bring so much great insights to whatever he does and if you try to do as well at least. My best to fill those shoes for sure because those texts and boots definitely needs to. Be My best to fill them boots well I. Think you'll do just fine. Sir, and I've reached out to Jesse I've extended the invitation. So if he ever gets caught up, he's more than welcome to join us here for discussion I. Think It'd be a lot of fun three of us to talk the boys but in the meantime while we wait for Jesse to kind of get priorities straight man. We're GONNA talk to the boys like I said season two and we're GONNA talk here at Episode One, Ninety, one, the Phantom. Zone we're GONNA talk the big ride the very first episode of the Boys Season Two aired not too long ago on September Fourth Twenty twenty? Written by Eric Kripke who wrote the season one episodes the name of the game in Cherry, and he's also this show runner of the boys. Directed by Phil Secret Chea, I hope I'm pronouncing that right? He directed the season one episode get some and I think they did a solid job at least as far as a a season to her and I'm looking forward to getting your thoughts on this nick. Well, I definitely think so because you know when I actually watched the whole season one, I was like wow either I'm so glad that season two already up because I get to watch it. Season one was so strong and as I mentioned before it was so out of left field because I still don't think there's anything out there quite like the boys I. Now, we have also on doom patrol totally tighten talk about the fact of doom patrol being maybe tangentially similar, but it's still different because doom patrol is even more comedic than than than the boys the boys is huma has few it's very, very dark and. and. I just think it's just wonderful that also gives so much social commentary as well, and the fact that superheroes literally the villains it's total role reversal where the soups as they call them on the bad guys and US multiples are the good guys and it's just it's a very new concept and I said the themes they bring up rings so strong true today as well. Yeah. I think Barrows from my least from my understanding from my comics background I think it coulda boroughs a little bit from the premise of. The Earth. Three crime. Syndicate That was kind of like the evil version of the Justice League of America back in DC comics. It kind of takes that basic concept that you know like what if you know the big superheroes in charge where the bad guys and you brought up a great point I was glad you brought it up because I was going to do that if you didn't tax on this great social commentary and it really kind of explores the concept of will, what if superheroes where celebrities like true celebrities Are like a lot of our music stars and Movie Stars TV stars, or whatnot. Just that kind of you know the kind of media whores almost in that a lot of them are and that kind of exploration of that world and how it tends to corrupt you and I think that's one of the central themes on top of being a superhero. That this weird fusion of the of all these dark themes and on top of it though there's a story, an underlying story of heart in the form of hewing any, there's an underlying love story there that with all this chaos going on in all the drama of you know Hueys Group the Boyz 'n his group seven that it's almost kind of like almost like Romeo and Juliet type romance going on here it is that kind of in the middle of this chaos like you said, there is this room for love I could almost compare to identify ever heard of the famous photo of the Vancouver case where. It had happened during the Stanley Cup final between the Vancouver canucks in the Boston. Bruins and the Vancouver lost and so a major riots broke out in Vancouver as it wants to happen when it comes to ocoee. Games. Hockey's CI- go figure. Yeah exactly, and you have, of course, this fantastic photo, it perfectly could have been staged where you have people around fighting and this couple making out right in the center of it all. So that's why it kind of reminds me. Of the Vancouver kits. Chaos overturned cars, and people just beaten the hell out of each other dogs and cats living again that are mess hysteria. Exactly. Yeah. And this couple just happily making out in the midst of it's a beautiful. Proactive I'M GONNA have to look that up that sounds great. Yeah. This one tiny little moment of calm surrounded by huge hurricane. WHO's the comes the eye of the hurricane, the eye of the storm but obviously, you know nick watched season one I've watched season one I'm guessing like myself you've probably watched all the season two episodes by now yes. Yes I agree to pretend. Right. Exactly. So it's yeah for the for the benefit of our listeners try to keep from spoiling things. I'm sure one or two things may slip in there. So apologies for that. But for the purposes of our discussion, I think probably best if we try to at least pretend that we don't know at least you know so that for like I said anybody that maybe. Just, watching the boys for the first time in Hey, maybe reached out to a podcast like the Phantom zone and was looking for that kind of supplemental material but doesn't want spoiled ahead. So if you know what's going to happen, that's cool. We're not GONNA try to you know overlook that 'cause like I said, we've both watched how this plays out by now but I think It's GonNa be an interesting thing to talk about you know going week by week and in this is kind of nick suggesting because he I think if I'm not mistaken, you kind of wanted to get a little bit more of a kind of get a little bit more detailed analysis than just doing a one episode season summary Or do I have that wrong? No you. Correct Charles Woodson because like I said being a series I. think it's good to kind of like serialize when you're doing a card business I mean technically it's fine. I guess if people recaps by this so much going on within these episodes when we're talking about this is about an hour long episode exactly almost like short movies so and I think they deserve almost to be. Get an analysis separate analysis per episode because they're they're so rich and his so much going on. If it were like you know twenty five, thirty minute episodes, we have even done the season recap because it's actually quicker right a one hour per episode like I said it's a short movie well, and then like you said, there's so much going on in these episodes. It's not a very slow paced show by any means and I think that's one of the charge because it why it's Kinda taken in popularity is that you know it it it does have a lot going on. It's a lot for the audience to kind of think about and enjoy laugh at cringe maybe a little bit here and there over but there's Always something going on and this episode this very first episode of season two. No exception. So with that in mind let's dive right into this. We could probably just you know very quickly address the cast to you know obviously, if you've watched season one, it's a lot of the same actors from season one by you know we have got the Great Carl As William Billy. Butcher who's not a major factor in this episode but he does turn up at the end in a great reveal. Great Return Jack Quaid Plays Hugh Hughie Campbell or as we know him in the comics, we huey and one of the central characters especially like I said with the his his romance with any January. starlight played of course by the Great Erin Moriarty who continually seems to up her game every time she's onscreen and nobody knew she could sing which is crazy. Yeah. Yeah go ahead. If you want to talk about now, I have to say one she has a killer surname as to actually be born with US anymore. How cool is that? Now, I don't know if she was she born like that or was that a stage name either way it's a great call. Yeah I mean if it's a real, it's a real surname. You know it's really cool because like you bet that school she probably wasn't picked on for that surname. In. College folks like Oh wow. I'm big FADDISH. Okay. You related. You'll family inspire CONAN doyle to create that character. It's kind of you know because it's a very Irish surname in being an Irishman Yourself. You know she might very well have heritage see I got skaggs, and if I had gotten moriarty something really cool like that. I. Could have had like the nickname, the professor in college but no. That I don't get anything that. Cool. So. Of, course I changed my name but I'm not going to do that. But yeah, I'm a bit jealous over that name. It's a very cool name and yeah, she's A. Great Song, we'll talk about that. We can talk about that. We get into a little bit more of a discussion, but it's a song called never truly vanish that appears a few times through the course of season two without spoiling anything even as one of the credit songs in one of the episodes coming up so. We'll get to that. We also had Laszlo Lonzo as Marvin t AK mother's milk or AKM as billy likes to call him tumor capone up and pronouncing that right is Frenchie and this season we finally get find out. Frenchies, is real name. Stay tuned for that won't spoil it just yet. Karen Fukuhara who've I've actually had the pleasure to meet in person? Wow. When she was doing conventions for suicide squad yet because she was Qatar where she was Catanha and the suicide squad movie. So yeah. So care, Fukuhara Camilo Yashiro Shiro Aka the female, and she thinks he gets a little bit more to do this season than she didn't sees one very happy about that. Antony Starr holy crap the Home Lander Yeah I mean management guys, Gary. If you thought the guy was like one of the highlights of season one, you don't haven't even seen season two yet because. Maybe you have but you know what I'm talking about that this guy is just so. Intense. Intense. But I don't WanNa see charismatic because I mean in a charismatic villain sense like he's such a compelling. That's the word I'm looking for compelling villains very compelling. And there's a lot going on there. Lots psychologically behind this guy. So essentially is like you know it superman if you if he was psychotic, basically we captain America Turn Doc. If you it was well I think a little a little bit. Yeah. Excessive patriotism. Exactly you're I think you're probably right. It's probably like a hybrid, a Superman and Captain America, but a dark psychotic version. and. Then we had Dominique mckelway elegant as Queen Maeve. Nathan Mitchell has black Nawar Jesse t usher. As A. Train. Cash who's a character to watch? She gets introduced in this episode as Storm Front and I'm guessing nick has one or two thoughts about storm front that we're going to get into. So stay tuned for that Chase Crawford as deep Kobe Menefee as Ashley Barrett kind of taking over as the sevens handler and following the tragic death of. A Madeleine, still well at the end of season one and does a fantastic job being a hair eat. Way. Out of her league with seven. Thankfully, we got there the debut of Giancarlo Esposito. Stand Edgar. In Sap Breaking bad or the mand. Laurean. Or even once upon a time or what's upon a time? You're right. That's right. Thank you for reminding me. You know what a great villain he is. This exception. Fantastic job. Chantelle Vincent and plays Becca Butcher and then we have Cameron Cravat. He as Ryan Butcher although they don't make their debut until next episode. So we'll talk about them then but in the meantime, that's our cast central cast. Trivia a little bit of Trivia before we get into our discussion. The big ride. The title of this episode is actually comes from a four part story. Call the big ride that was in the boys issues number fifty, six through fifty nine, and that's the girth Ns Derek Robertson, a Rust Brown comic book series that was originally published by comics later published by dynamite entertainment, completely different story from what's being that here. So it's just basically the title only in the comic. Book Story Huey Returns to the fold. After he butcher butcher are investigating a murder of a transgender sex worker that may be linked to a character of the seven. We haven't seen yet jack from Jupiter. And tensions escalate between the two groups as unenforced baby trying to steer them into direct conflict with one another in with the first casualties from both sides since the aftermath of nine eleven occurring as a result. So obviously, this was taking place at a much different time period shortly after the events of nine eleven and that's something garth Ennis incorporated into the boys comic. That's obviously not being featured here on the TV series but just thought I'd mentioned it for anybody wondering and also a little bit another bit. Of Trivia in the comics, storm front was depicted as a male character, not a female officer. That's another difference from the comics in this in the comics version from front was a member of the Superhero team pay back and he was thought to be a danger due to his deep belief in Nazi ideology. Of course, it was recommended that destroy him. But instead because vodkas vodka as we know watching the show, they used his genetic material as the basis for experiments that would later create homeland or in black noir. Storm Front storefront apparently destroyed the levees and caused widespread flooding in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. Again, you have to take into account the time period into context exactly because garth ennis was trying to kind of like. Well, what if these big world event or you know big events were taking place shortly during at the same time in this parallel universe And storefront was essentially aiming to ethnically cleanse the city and free up valuable real estate for what Little difference from the comics. And he ends up getting killed though by butcher Frenchie, Mother's milk and love sausage who we see later the season. Russian Superhero, who essentially kick and curb stop him to death kind of like something that happens to storm front later, this season which we won't talk about just yet. So that's the differences between the comic and then in the series just mentioned that. All right. So I thought we'd we break this down into three topics? Topping number. One I think we can talk about how about we talk about the boys and let's talk about starlight. And catch up with the boys you know obviously following the events this season one butchers missing and the boys are kind of having to to fend for themselves. They're fugitives at this point. In hiding out, we find out that apparently Frenchie. They've gone underground and they're hooked up with some friends of Frenchies. Some associates of fringy. Call the Clarkson Haitian kings. And essentially their gang in their basically fund their efforts through drugs and whatnot. So. Essentially they they're kind of hiding out with these guys and while trying to further their activities and keep an eye on seven in envoy, the law and the process. Any thoughts from you neck on on the boys characters obviously Frenchie Huey Mother's milk. Can we go and how we pick up from them at this point? Well, there's definitely a lot to admit at first the close question on my mind Initi-, was what the heck happened. To butcha because obviously, we had that crazy cliffhanger the end of the season one way no, he's introduced. He see. No, he finds at the Becker is alive and well, and that they have a son now who apparently is homeland son and says like what happens to that and I was I? I. Have To admit I was little bit shocked that they didn't go directly to where we had cut off from season one and then we H- mad if. That's okay. Yeah. We'll pick up that I was a little bit mad I have to admit. You I I was so. Sort of. Invested in. was invested in butcher character from the get go and it was such such a compelling way. Tense One. So it. Throughout the episode I kept saying so okay. But where is butcher? This is finally where is You know. But that? Aside, you can definitely see I think characters. Cabin fever I think is definitely setting in for for most of the you obviously everybody. Is. There's there's tension amongst everybody. 'cause we know mother's milk had to leave his girlfriend and his daughter which she was his wife or his girlfriend. His wife that mistaken. So he at least the mother of his child at the very least baby mama he basically yeah, had to leave and his daughter, and of course, new French is cut off from from everything and and Huey I mean is from from back in season one. Life has just gone completely a one eighty on him and yet trump. He's still reading I think also from obviously the whole fact of. Having to. The liar revealed when it comes to him and starlight, of course, and this is a typical thing that we've seen before. It's like. The Guy keeps lying. It's like eventually the lies will catch up with you and I, was going. To those, how long are they going to drag this on tale? STARLIGHT finds out? Aw, he tells her the truth. And so we see they are still meeting up in secrets, of course, even though obviously I mean I think they still love each other at this point but. Obviously, they're not gonNA makeup and everything 'cause mets afraid to address those feelings because they enter their in the. When in seen when they're on the subway and I think to myself you, my first question would be like Huey would if I had I been here, it's like when it comes to us, what's the situation you know they're. Still. They're still kind of a strange from one. Another I think I think Huey would obviously like to try to try to get back with with any who in on this but I think any still exactly right. But any I think is still feeling a little hurt. That of what Huey was keeping from her. And and so she's very guarded although she they at least have the lines of communication open. Yeah. So at this point so this point at least it gives me something to hope for I. Think so too, and we can tell you get incredibly jealous about the fact that apparently he's been check out her on instagram and seeing these throats with these celebrities and we'll have cyber stalking her basic. Yeah exactly. So obviously he's still cares and he's He wants to call her and. And he feels he's lost a big something important in his life obviously because but once again, he led her on, he lied to her and even in this episode, he continues to lie to her and I'll never lie again and he's like and he goes like. So what's the deal I don't lie to be Oh, I'm not lying I'm not I mean really the he's a pathological liar and you just can't help it. Or at this point, you think he would have learned his lesson tell her since he knows that she's on the up and up well, I, think he's just he feels conflicted because he doesn't want to endanger the others and obviously he fills I think if he shares everything with her, there's always the chance that the seven or go to find out. True even though I ended up. Dilemma. So he's he's he's being guarded with her she's being guarded with him. and. As. A result or not being honest with one another. And that's why you yourself candice relationship work because. As an open can save almost these nannies parts and he's been honest with him pretty much from the get go. He Really Kinda hasn't and I see your point but I also kind of feel really bad for starlight because she is such a good person and Just really upsets me when I see this kind of things 'cause she's been lied to. She could've taken it way worse. 'cause she could have incinerated him had she wanted pretty much and that's another concern is like well, I don't really want to piss her off because she could completely blow me away right. So, there is that. Yeah. Exactly. Where throw me around the room and break every bone in my body. But. You know and it's it's it's it's for me. It's a little different. It's very interesting to watch these to interact because in the comics. Huey and Anne. They weren't really Huey didn't tell open up to any about his activities with boys until about two thirds of the way through the comic book? Series. Wow. So the TV show really accelerated that why I think they had because they had to get rid of famous trope of yet is keep we'll keep lying and then you know by how and why and why is any keep going back to him if he's If he's constantly lying to her yeah I I agree. But but it also it kind of gets Anne involved with them with the boys and get them helping out. As we see in the course of this episode because they're essentially trying to get their hands on some compound video. And They think this got this other soup named gecko apparently at least any thinks. Or is I'm sorry Huey hands any a picture of GECKO and says that he might be able to help get that compound. V. Can you help us get that? And she's obviously not sure She apparently new Gecko from back in the day. I believe in high school plane. He was Jesus and there was this is what whatever group she he they were in together almost like a Christian version of the teen titans almost I'm guessing. And like whatever youth group you know Superhero Youth. Group. She was in with Gecko and so it's just a matter of her reacquainting herself with Gecko who in the meantime since all those years ago has developed a rather interesting a pation. Always say. Well. Of course, it's totally in play in keeping with the style of the boys in the man. Keeps re growing his limb. So what's HE GONNA? Do He's going to cater to be DSM people get off by by chopping limbs off. Does. Not, surprise me I mean but but yeah, existed in the boys universe this is like run for sure. Apparently only costs you an extra granted his junk on. Whereas Nearest ATM. Exactly. That was a great line. Was I've got some other as you know if it if we want to talk quotes. Was I'm surprised he didn't give him more. Attention because this guy feels no pain I. Might be seven material but still. It's useful. Right? Know you could send them into dangerous situations and it doesn't matter if he gets chopped up, he'll just regenerate. So that's right. His his body parts. Doctor who didn't? Like starfish. But also to look at the other, the other guys I mean and mother's milk it. So endearing that he's trying to build this Vermont's house. Adolfo House yeah. Yes. This grown man. This. Big Black Guy like billing. You know who? It's like you know. Very, formidable. You know he's a he's a fighter and then you see him trying to work on this dollhouse guys bicep is bigger than my head. So pretty much. Yeah. You could crush you like a great. and. So it was kind of endearing that he is trying to build this Dole House amidst all this craziness of. Guns go being you're being sold and all the other stuff I think it's almost like he's happy place I assume he's doing it for his daughter but hey, he could have a hobby and just enjoy building houses and everybody needs a hobby I guess. But I mean I think that's one of the things that makes mother's milk. So endearing character is that he's big intimidating guy when he needs to be. But he's got a much softer side to him. He's probably the most together of all the boys. Oh. Yes. He's the most Good natured. And is more of a realist and almost has like a little bit of a Zen approach. Almost. I. Think you're very kind of Luke cage ish if you will. Exactly. Yeah. I think that's a comparison. 'cause cage was kind of that way too a little more thoughtful soul they just you know just than just the intimidating guy in the big intimidating guy and and you know all he wants to do is just get back to his wife slash girlfriend whatever she is in her kit in their kid So you feel for me sympathetic. But. But he also you know now with butcher gone, he's one that's left looking after the team. In Butcher's absence. And in especially looking for somebody like Huey who is just you know he's he's he's all over the place and he wasn't that long ago he was working as a video store clerk so. So obviously, very out of his depth and then ways and we'll find love I love the budding relationship between French in. CA- MECO I. think it's so sweet friend. She is another one of my favorite characters aside from just him being once again. So paternal, almost brotherly be thank you take your pick with comedic Oh and I just love their budding relationship and how much that trust has grown. Now kominos learning, you know to write things down we have that mysterious message that she is written down. In, which is still a mystery at this point, it's like. Co trying to say and it's like, I love that and It's beautiful you once again amidst chaos you know we have an Ian Huey, we have COMMUNICA infringe which is another beautiful relationship. I mean, what were your thoughts on that one? Well, it's something that that the comics did. So I was very happy to see them develop it that in the comics Frenchie was essentially almost like a very protective brother. Who can go you know obviously a friend but almost like a ex like brother, he watches out for her makes. You know if she if she starts straight down a dark path, like there's one comic storyline where. She kind of goes off and starts doing to try to make money. She acts as an assassin hidden woman, and he tries to steer her away from this because it's not good for her. So he watches out for almost like a guardian and a lot of ways, but I think with Frenchy there. I think there are some underlying at least the TV series. There's some underlying romantic feelings as well at least on his part So you think in my actually be that hits becoming love own insert some. Might be then be moving into another realm of action a little bit at least as far as least as far. Baby Frenchie wants I don't know. We don't know yet. If that's what can Meka wants even though we had seen her. Nails and coming ahead and granted I'm sure she probably wants to look more respectable possibly, but secondly, she could be doing it. For FRENCHIES benefits I mean I'm not saying that she's doing it for that reason it could be the maybe. Saying. or it's it's as simple like that. She feels comfortable Sinoe secure, and then she can kind of get back to a semblance of normalcy. After everything she's experienced. In all the trauma. She's endured you almost like hungry. And Hands and kind of starting in you. And it also we get to. See a little more cleaned up Karen Fukuhara as a result exact which is a note neil that doesn't hurt either right. Everybody's saying you this. Far Too. Pretty. So leaves me out completely. I'm not I'm not good looking enough to be on this show. So we had getting back to Anne We. So she goes to track down gecko records him in a hotel room with a customer and essentially blackmails him like, Hey, look you know you're going to need to get me this compound Otherwise. I'm going to release this. It's GonNa go viral and social media this kind of and he's kind of horrified because. Well, I thought we were friends from back in the day. And So it's kind of interesting that any you know already by this point. I think she seen so much experience. So much enough that is hardening her as a person Yup. Making, her more more brutal and. She's using innocent that she has. She began a little more jaded and not so naive like she was when we were first introduced her at the beginning of season one. So it's kind of sad to see her lose that night today. But for the purposes of what needs to be done, you know she is she embraces that in uses that to force Gecko to get her what she wants. And she's so excited by she ends up going back to you ain't telling him like, Hey, I've got this emotion and see what I need. Yeah, exactly. So she's already like what quote burn those efforts down. and. The trying to figure out. which news outlet they need to reach out to by this point by the episodes end She's excited as can because maybe because she's never really had to I, mean obviously it's also a rush for her she's doing something forbidden and I have a feeling you the. This you. Mentioned that she had emerged as church passed, and she was very sort of clean living and this kind of thing I'm actually surprised she hasn't developed a drinking problem at this point because. She's see I know. And no as we find out later I mean without getting into details it's also affecting her faith as a result, which is something that's very central to her character. Now, one of the things we also see starlight that she's still working with the seven she's still using that cover to try to act like everything's Okay but even though she knows not everything's Okay and she's still trying to help the boys. It's almost like she she's a double agent. At this point, she had me food to the beginning I was like wait what is start? Kind of Soda has so? Right become seeings. Yeah. We see her with this big crowd email. They're they're you know she's there with homeland or she sings the song for translucence funeral and she's holding hands with him and say, this is a great guy and everything else I'm like gag. She's kind of wearing that sweatier version of her costume that they. You know bought in others wanted her aware insisted on it. You know to to increase her profile maker appear more sexy. and. Not, the not the version of the costume that she wants to wear. But but so she's playing the part at this point. And we find out that through the course, the episode no she she's still on team boys at the moment and or at the very least team Huey, and we'll see where that goes. Down some interesting places that has. Just set that there but anything else about the boys are starlight. Just I just really like this. The fact that you can see that there's this void of power that butcher has left because everybody's like the him as their leader and. I'm not saying that they vince like wildcats. So hurting wildcats because nobody knows what they're doing, but you can tell that. Butcher for all the crazy stuff he did had this under control and was able to be the leader. I think mother's milk would be great. Substitute for him. You know what you did not come back, but you can tell they really almost a need a direction at this point. Yeah. Yeah. They they're all Kinda struggling. Like. Direction is a great. Description of this. They're lacking in direction. So it's finally at the end of the episode butcher makes his reappearance. In a very Karl urban way of course. So So what did you make a butcher's return at the end? One I was I was just so happy because Carla has just gone from strength to strength already when he was he had played. In with the rings which was very time. I've actually seen him I. believe that was his breakthrough role because I think he was ready may well known in new. Zealand. But from there to in. This he's just so so good I him Dr McCoy on the Star Trek. Movies. Mad. Of course. He's. He's a very worthy successor to the late. Great. deforest Kelley I might add I know you're not star Trek Fan but I thought I'd mentioned. I'll tell them trek fan. But I'll take that because I mean he I knew is scary good as McCoy. Is really good. recommended. Well, I mean I do as I say the Pizza Jackson was the guy who kind of discovered him and kind of brought into the full front. But I think I think at least mainstream to me know this is big. His Big Lord of the Rings was hit. Irvine's break and then he also did things like dread. It talking about the scourge execution. Yeah. He's just he's fantastic. I know folks had problems with his accent because they're like, what is he going for? Is he going for a new? Zealand accent is you going for a British accent now I actually went to ask you this child's in the comics is butcher a Brits yes he is. Okay and it's almost like a cockney accent. Okay. So it kind of fits a little bit right here because e or. Maybe a Liverpool accent the bit. So somewhere in there that he's he's founded his excellent. So yeah so Butcher is supposed to be British. Okay. Yeah. Because I know folks were kind of lost with his accent because they said actually do because you know he does slip into his native New Zealand dachshunds I don't agree problem. It creeps every so often yeah. But you know what? It doesn't bother me. It's not once again to bring it up. He's not Dick Van. Dyke. Doing a terrible British accents failing miserably here. It's just his thing plus we don't know. Bush's origins for we know he could have been from museums moved to the UK and some of these acts I'm going with that. That's my head cannon. Well, you know the TV show could make a change I'm sure but if they wanted to with the first time, right exactly outside of that, you knew to bring it back to this. I was just so happy when he came back and obviously like the boys I had so many questions it's like that will you what an impact, what are you wearing and this kind of thing But of course, you know we we do get the answer that later down the line. But yeah, it was was happy to see him and. He's I think he's ready to get the band going and going places and into back into the right direction. Obviously. But you're feels that well, he's the only one that can really lead the team. He may have faith in mother's milk but I think, I'm sure he feels least butcher feels the nobody can do it better than he does he feels this is his baby and he's also a bit of a control freak in that. Definitely. The case he wants to be the guy calling the shots. That's right. Yeah he he likes. I. Mean I guess he's like the obviously the opposite to to homeland or who is definitely another one who's very power hungry I'm not saying that butcher is as power-hungry, but maybe the to not so different and that's a very good observation. They are very much two of the same coin. And we'll see more of that I'm sure. Serious progresses so. All right Let's move on topic number two. This can be probably a pretty quick topic. Let's talk about the Church of the collective. Let's talk about the deep. We can talk about Eagle the archer. and. Carol Manheim. And the introduction of this concept where the deep is struggling. So, we can talk about that here in a minute, but he ends up hooking up earliest getting recruited by the Church of the collective, which is a pretty obvious take on Scientology Church. Yes. And as far as how they they bring him in and and and ended up converting him to their cause. Yeah. So, we. Pick up with the deep. In Sandusky Ohio. Is that real space that is a real place. There's the home of the Cedar Point Amusement Park One of the the biggest amusement parks in the in. America. Is it true nothing ever happens? Pretty much except for the museum at Park. Yeah. Pretty much. Yeah. It's it's basically like very. Dusky is very north northwest. Ohio right like right there on the right up there by. Lake Michigan okay. So yes, thank you for explaining that for the benefit Europeans out there. Exactly. Yeah. I know it's If you look Ohio State of Ohio on. A on a map or whatever you wanNA find Sin Dusky. It's very north northwest, Ohio? Right. There in there along the border of Michigan. All right. But But yeah, nothing happens there. It's. It's basically we know the deep was almost exile to. Be after getting kicked out of seven. And He's not taking things very well because he's watching the funeral of. His former teammate translucent on TV. And They showed pictures of various seven members and one of the pictures of translucent has cut off the deep. He's been AB rushed out of the photo. Yeah. Yeah Or. I. Think that cropped it out of him or something but using like that's my show. Exactly. You know at first he was getting emotional about the funeral about translucent dying. Then he gets all pissed off and he really lashes out. Starts things up and ends up getting busted by the pope hose as a result by the police. And he ends up in the slammer. And, it's there that he gets recruited. And just as he happens to be at his lowest point. So So what did you make of the introduction of the Church of the collective into this? Into this series. Well, you know I, like you said, the first thing that came to mind when I saw this was I was either scientology all of course account. That's that's what we're dealing with. So. It worked d all the above all the above. Exactly. But but it was I didn't have me asking questions like what is the bigger picture when it comes to screw people 'cause I mean I don't know if they. I was just in the business of set of saving souls or there's more to it. So that's that's often one ask when it comes to these kind of organisations. And of course, we did get introduced to this choice a take on Hawkeye or Green Arrow take your pick right eagle. The Archer. Eagle Hawkeye. I gotta think it's more the boys version of Hawkeye not to mention the colors will move towards purple kind of. Right so there was. The Hawkeye Comics these. KOCI costume in the comics but that said it was it was just so on the. I know what's happening here because they either going to ask confuse found Jesus or they're gonNA ask him along these lines. Right I mean no disrespect folks who who follow these kind of these kind of beliefs. But you know that's that's the way it goes But ever since then folks have never knocked on my door, I'm just saying. But. Like I knew something was up with these from the get-go because for one thing the. The Eagle, the archer kind of like when after bringing. The. Deep. Back to his his place. And they start chatting him up goes well, everybody's been at their rock bottom point and I see where you're going with this as like, Hey, do you wanna Fresca and for those who don't know especially people like nick that are overseas I was GonNa thank you, Chaussee you read my mind enlighten me what is FRESCA right? So FRESCA for for the UNINITIATED is a very disappointing soft drink it is. It's it's made by the Coca Cola Company, but it's a very unpopular drink. It's not. It's not the type of drink picket served in restaurants or invent soda vending machines. Club though it's like you know like the the popular. If. You had sprite right or Sierra mist or up some of the more popular in Cola drinks. FRESCA is like pretty much the rock bottom just like the deep is. Hardly. Anybody knows about it let alone drinks it. Available in stores, but nobody buys it. and You wonder why they still store in the shops and it's good track for a mixed drink maybe. I don't know. The only thing I can think of is that the company still makes it to hold onto the trademark or something but. But So. It's very, it was very odyssey them like you know like hanging the deep like, Hey, you wanNA FRESCA and making a big deal about that, and it's something that plays. It's kind of becomes a recurring gag throughout season two. But So for anybody wondering that's the deal. So so right away I knew these people are weird because. I'm embracing FRESCA but nobody. Dr? Pepper. Right. Exactly. Not. Exciting. What was Moundou busy? What's up with that? So in case anybody is wondering what the deal with that. All right. The also hand them a book as as the deep is introduced to this woman named Carol Manheim. Who's kind of like the the the public relations. A bit of the of this church in hand him a very site like almost like a very dianetics book. If you're at all familiar with dianetics, the L Ron Hubbard Book that became the basis for scientology. That in so in the cover mockup is very dianetics looking. So so the The satire is pretty dead, on here. and. The. So it's a it's kind of an introduction. So essentially, they're cry trying to recruit deep who someone they see that they can use. And and So the question is You. Kinda saw how the season played out. So it's it's a little hard to get into like. Well, what did you think of was going to happen? What did you think at least the concept that of scientology kind of like trying to recruit celebrities to advance their cause trying to go for someone vulnerable like the deep is at this point to use him for their cause. Where have we seen that before I know in alary had. Exactly right. Now it was it was I mean but that's obviously what your once again a coke does it takes enfranchised. It takes those who are down on their luck those of our Maurienne we. Grow you're not. Super Confident about you know Strong in themselves you're GonNa go with people who are astray and once again needs direction and you provide that direction. That's the basis of Waco. As a result yes. Yeah. Because it's like. You can mold them to your own ends. That's right. So it makes sense that would happen and obviously when we got to see this I, that's why I thought to myself. What is their end game? What they trying to achieve with the deep obviously the into that but it was just that was my main question on my mind and I the deep is little bit reticent of wanting to even be a part of this. He's like what the Hell is going on and this kind of thing because he finds himself for sleep on his couch on the guys couch I. Believe You'd Gotten Seriously Hamid the night before right? He got drunk and he got drunk and passed out. Yeah we don't know. Maybe he was kind of helped to be a little bit unconscious. That's right. But but so that was that was that was my other thing and yes, he seems I on. She's like reluctant to do have anything to do with these people but slowly but surely the kind of work their way with on on him and. I don't still don't know how to feel about the deep even after all this because part of me still hates him for being so awful to women and just abusing them as she the starlight that's right and we know that he's done this before she's not I, he's done this to. The other part of me is like, okay he's getting a taste of his own medicine which he had gotten during the course of season one that was brutal. So watch though its gills, but it was still brutal to watch because it was so vile lights. And and so you think he's gotten to taste own medicine has. Redeem I think everybody is redeemable at if they you know. With given the rights direction the right people and I think he could be redeemable character. But yeah. Outside of that is just like you wonder where where somebody who's so low as he is where they're going to go with him because they even promising him, they'll get him back into the seven which we know is what he wants more than anything else right and they're using that that they're using that they're basically dangling the carrot. And trying to get him to the deep to do what they want like with that as the goal you're so like if you do what we say we'll help you get what you want I mean what are your thoughts on the deep I mean do you have any sympathy for this character? I don't really have any sympathy for him but But I think right now he's just more. Interesting to watch. You know he's you know he's Watching him go through these struggles, aunts, kind of interesting that they that. They're making a point of showing him like the this could have been a character that can easily forgotten at the end of season one. We never had a really see him again, but obviously they they have a, there's something they want to do with this character. And and and we'll see how that plays out. Somebody must have serious grudge towards aquaman seriously. Yeah. Well, that would be garth ennis because he when he created the deep but. A. Little different little different there in the comics but. But yeah it was yeah. Yup just you can tell the guy that has not like. No adult or at least you know. Doesn't think much of him as a character at the very least, but we'll see he's Jason Momoa put it out. Anything else before I move on I. think that pretty much covers it, and like you said be, we'll definitely be watching the deep with with interest. All right. So third and final topic. Let's talk about the seven. Various, this is the big one. So I thought I'd say that for the end so we need to talk about obviously, we need to talk about homeland her we need to talk about storm front who makes her debut as a member of the seven much to whom landers Chagrin, and we also need to talk about we can talk about stand edgar because, hey, home later. Because it's not so happy with Storm Front being assigned to the team without his approval. Has Little Chat with Stan, turns out and and we also talk about Ashley Barrett. the handler for the seven WHO's keeps trying to hope this team together despite Someone Homeland, error. Exerting his control over this group and In. Really dominating her especially when Ashley tries to bring a perspective member seven, a guy named blind spot in to meet homeland her thinking. Hey, it'll go well because hey, blindspot would be great for image because he's visually impaired and a visually impaired superhero, it'd be perfect right. Home her doesn't see it that way. So so what are your thoughts about R R big bads this episode Well, first off I, have to say I'm a huge huge huge daredevil fan and obviously I was like, yeah, okay this is a take on that will. But and and I was like Oh. Yeah. This is Kinda cool kind of meat and then. Boom you're breaks is a smashes his ear drums and. And I was like, Oh dude really is there anything you won't do you have to be really an awesome everything? and. He does I felt so bad because like I said I love dead everyone. This was Kinda, my version of dead in this universe and but then it made me think what if somebody did this today was well, he'd be dead immediately. So right it me thinking about see super villains. This is how we Take care of their their. But but thousand that's. Yeah homeland never ceases to amaze me and funny enough in Italian his name is path Ryota, which is the Patriots which is curious translation. If you think about it's because granted, you say homeland. Cook, you couldn't really consider a synonym of Patriot I. Don't know I mean it seems optimism synonym or they choose the name Patriots for in Italian I, think was the closest term they could find, but it really highlights I think the fastest side of patriotism and that's maybe why they chose the name. Patriot to as his Italian. In Italian name. But. Yeah. So like patriotism taken. To excess yeah, we may become. Goes into nationalism. Yeah extreme nationalism if you will. But yeah, I, just wanted to share that little bit attribute with listeners. Any Italian folks like to like to take liberties with certain characters names, but. I learned something today everybody else out there as well. But yeah. Outside of that. We this character. So multifaceted because on one side, he's like you know the big bully. Dare I say, reminiscent of man in the White House a little bit but certainly. Should. That we see the he was is incredibly disturbed. I mean when he goes into the fridge and takes out the milk. Yeah, I was going to bring that up. So so can just going to set the table a little bit your show. So homeland as we saw in season, one kind of had this fetish arrangement with Madeline Stillwell the seven previous handler, and as a result we went we learned that Home Lander. Has a fetish for breast milk. Yeah, and because of this he he starts walking any remember home later was the one who killed Madeleine and framing the boy. You know butcher especially for the for the crime to cover it up but he still had feelings for madeline as it turns out and. he goes into her office. Kind of just looks around at the you know the office of the woman that he had killed and even though it supposedly cared for and he opens up a mini fridge and pulls out that bottle of. Breast, milk? Turned do. I. He eats it up with his heat vision. To make to make room temperature. Yes and then he kinda like dabs his tongue. Just like a little taste to see if it's the right temperature I guess. Like a cat at I would. Right exactly. Yeah. So you kind of like, yeah just a little bit on the tip of the tongue and then he then he starts like, okay, I'm going for this. Down the whole but down to the whole bottle justice Ashley walks into the room catching him in the process. Good. Thing. I was just having popcorn at the time because. I would have been sick seriously. Bill nutrients right. there. Maybe. I don't mind blood and guts comes those kind of things. They will make me kind of squeamish but I'll tell razor movies for crying out loud. You don't have people. Wherever, but we'll daintily into the things that nick would it would if center by did it? You know would that make it okay offers. Hit pinhead down of Apollo breastmilk without making. Okay. You're beautiful but it was just like that was terrible and but it shows you what a crazy character is and you mentioned in now Ashley has become the literally the vice president of at this point. Obviously, because she somebody that homeland knows he can intimidate and it's I guess because obviously he can't take over volved or rather be made vice president. So he's using his puppet obviously. So because she's terrified of him and he will ever he says goes and so so obviously that's why we Chose her because she knows he knew she was so insecure and so kind of terrified and he would not be able to pull something like this on on the previous vice president. Exactly. Yeah. So Should. I was just GonNa say the Ashley you know she's towing the company line. Trying to push a character like blind spot into the team. And homemade exerting his control and showing again, his his authority over the situation intimidation intimidates her and by shocking her. and. You know just to just to kind of prove that he can do you know just kind of. you know he does something shocking. So that to snap her into line in like well, if I could do it to this guy could easily do that to you too. If you if you don't go along with what I want I, don't care what the company wants even during the focus group when they're thinking of the name, what we go super villains super terrorist exception, his whole focus group about it which is. Any company in marketing and she. Doesn't obviously essay at ORCA. She starts whispering her and looking at stopping bullying her psychologically and so you know it's it's literally mobbing in that case. It's mobbing plain and simple and so it's it's he's extensively become the vice president of ought indirectly. Yeah and so. So he's obviously then he gets thrown for a big loop. When they're apparently making A. Movie called what is it like the the the? Origin of seven or something like that. Yeah. Congress military military backdrop doing them with the soldiers I. thought it was like a commercial for the military. They haven't done the movie yet. That's right. You're absolutely, right. Yes. It was like some kind of save. America. Campaign or something you get the seven inches yard. 'CAUSE 'cause they're trying to push the agenda that they want vodka to they want to notarize superheroes. And so so they're pushing this January right the feminist commercial and storm fronts just happen to show up on the set. You know and she's appears to be very media savvy. She's got her cell phone and she's talking to her followers very wentz alike, exactly exactly. You know she's she's live streaming whatever she's doing and she kind of live streams going up to homeland during introducing yourself like Hey I'm storefront I'm the new member of the seven. And Homeland Urges Kinda glares at her like. You're who? Like who is this? You know the win home smiling utes never good news no not at all not at all and And the guy who plays him Antony. Antony. Starr. This should be easy to remember. Right Anti-star. He so good. He's so mesmerizing as homeland and you see like a billion things going on behind these psychotic is. Just in his facial expressions and his his his body language, and it's just really fascinating to watch for me. I believe he was actually at one point opted to play Captain America one point before seven Scott, the pots and he would have done well but I mean, it would have been I know Chris Evans though this is true and I the role reversal I could not have seen Chris Evans to homeland. Same thing. But. But yeah, parenting Chris Evans has done played bad guys. BEF- Yesterday has issue has of course but. But but you know as I said it's apparently I think he had actually auditioned for the role of Captain America before he got this. So that's it's interesting to maybe he's he's putting off a little bit of what he adds kind of done to study for the role of Captain America right me. Rabi or at least doing what he thought would be bad guy version of that yeah. Yeah But but so homeland lander not very happy about this and he. He's decided to pay a little visit to stand edgar. The head of art. And He basically says, look Stan I thought it was going to get consulted on any new additions to the group. And acting like well. Hey you know I wasn't consulted. So you know I've been kind of thinking that you know when my contract ends maybe I'll take my talents elsewhere. And trying to use that as some kind of negotiating leverage and he doesn't he doesn't get Zaid effect. No, it doesn't. No, it doesn't because. Stan explains so homeland or that. Apparently home later thinks they're like a superhero company when in fact, there just a pharmaceutical company in homeland is just their most valuable asset. And earn. Sorry humor is not their most valuable. It's compound V that's their most as rise. Restaurant And so. So homeland are you know essentially as being put in his place here going? Look you know. All we care about his compound V we don't care about you. You're replaceable as far as volume is concerned. And that's obviously something that doesn't go over well especially when you've taken the fact into account, his psychosis and his ability, his need for control. And also have not used to taking to being set to getting told, no, he has just not used to it. Yeah. That's the that's spoilt. Petulant Child. That exists with within the superman like body. In. And so so. He gets frustrated and. Flies off to Becky's house and to go see his son, and that's where we leave him this right? Yeah and that was so glad that you know the. The actress who played path spirit in the in the flasher you. Yeah Who by the way had character was still criminality cut from that show because she was an excellent patty spirit. So I'm just saying that's what they came out with a news article about that interesting that you brought this up. Apparently Shantelle van Centene kind of hinted that the reason she was. Not brought back on the flash written out of the show was because of Executive Producer Andrew Christ Berg who was up with show at that one time but had later fell into various accusations of sexual harassment. Once again it was yeah it was essentially kicked off the show. and. So it kind of sounds like maybe. She experienced something to that effect. We don't know exactly what? But apparently, she increased burke didn't get along at the very least and Christ Berg used his powers executive producer to get off the. Which is, which is criminal because British Antao is a wonderful wonderful and I'm so glad that she got she was new superhero lease on life in the boys. So that was that was. It doesn't surprise me that she would find work because she's a great actress. So no surprise. I couldn't just bring Patty back if they wanted to go. But now that buries with irs I guess. Is there really point? Exactly that that story line everything is gone for now at least sorry about the Flash Digression Nick and I think you know it's going to happen sooner or later because we're both big flash fan speaking of actually of of that to bring up the whole thing of. The the president of vote up again. The fact that we find out that it was kind of pretty much the company was founded bring the experiments of a Nazi scientists either that was big man it was like, right? And the whole thing of it's always the AM. A hint hint. Boy I guess, it's it's almost like eight criticism on project paper clip where, of course, Nazi scientists were being scooped up by the allies regardless of their terrible crimes. House Bobby. I. told. You even have a couple of thought. About this. Yes. Well you know you bringing Nazis. Of course, as you. You quoted Indiana Jones New Nazis I hate these guys. These guys. Yeah, exactly. So I thought it was interesting that they gave us the fact of Mutsu criticism towards one project paper clip onto the fact that a lot of pharmaceutical companies or pharmaceutical breakthroughs came at the expense of human beings right in. Nazi scientists like that. Ended up getting a pass from our government because I'll be cared about where you know the the ends in, you know how they say the ends justify the means and beating the commies in everything of course, exactly that whole race in. Started off obviously in World War. Two, can we were so desperate for the atomic bomb? We brought in scientists like Albert. Einstein thankfully, not a Nazi as far as we know. Until history proves US otherwise but you know we're so desperate to get to achieve that end the boys here mixed use of that that Nazi science being the foundations for compound. V and therefore the seven and therefore homeland error and storefront needless to say has a very important historical part to play in this story as a result. Tie Nicely to that to to the origins that we got of votes industry. So yes, but to be continued on that one We'll leave that there because we've already talked enough as it is. So you probably like, okay, you guys need to save some of that for other episodes right? All right. So I don't know if you have any favorite quotes, I did have a couple and it's Sorry did you have anything else before against him? was just a great start to a second season region. And? As we said it's this is an hour long episode. So we had to we had to talk quite a bit about it. So yeah. It's kind of flash thing there. So this this tons of things to talk about. So yes, wonderful wonderful stop and I was. Ready for sea, for. Episode two to load up. Well I'll just throw a couple of quotes here for the time. Just a couple of ones that Kinda stuck in my head mother's milk sing going to clean this up for for southgate media. Group, if you're the reason why can't finish that Vermont Country Dollhouse I will effing in you know. I had that one on my list to that was a good one and then Huey talking with Frenchy where Huey is discussing his role in the group and he's like. Maybe. I can't be Lee Marvin but it can be Harry Potter or you know John Connor or or or what's her name from the Hunger Games and fresh? She says catnaps hueys like, yeah. The point is I could be that person who nobody thinks is awesome but it turns out there kind of effing awesome. I, Love and plus, of course. Though the mainstream pop culture references I knew you had to do that. You know you being one of the masters of pop culture references. You know I can only. I. Say Number Two on that regard I say number one becomes a certain stance sprouse in that regard who mentioned here show as well. Yes, she will. Yes you will. Yeah, you know when it comes to two quotes, I just had a quick myself between Huey and mother's Milk Huey saying. So we're seeing the. Just, assassinate the deputy director of the CIA mother's milk, and now we're in the middle of the to happy now trucco. Very funny. Yeah. That was good. GEICO also had a pretty good line. Pontius pilot and Mary Hooking up sacrilegious. And we did get the head of the CIA head being exploding by the way just to mention that boat. Yeah. We didn't talk about that but not the last time we see some heads exploding just got point they're they're. So stay tuned for that. Keep that in the back of your head as we talk more episodes. All right. What rating for this one I'm going to give this a nine of ten, nine, ten exploding heads though you really liked this one yes, indeedy. Yeah. I thought it was a strong opening but having seen the rest of the season I know that is stronger episode some really to get this one eight and a half out of ten bottles of breast milk. Okay. You had to go there it was either that or Kanza FRESCA so. He works I, guess that's only slightly under you but yeah puddles of breast milk. jakup up kids all right. I know I don't have any phantom zone news 'cause we're we've been off for a while and there hasn't really been that much in the way of news apart from just that got some great news that Salmon. The TV series ethics series has started production night. Yeah. I can't wait for that. That's going to be epic I hope it will be uh, certainly hope so and has great. It was great news that finally finally it's being film. So hopefully, worth away and hopefully this year we'll get one division hopefully. Coming. Soon, coming this year, they were thinking of ember but apparently they came up with like a November Promo for Disney plus in one division was not part of that I'm still hold how they're still say twenty twenty. So probably, December and we'll get it which actually be nice. The holidays will be around and that'd be a good time to get some is on it I. Think for sure. So especially since there's not going to be much else in the way of programming especially, Superhero TV programming around the holidays twenty, twenty, one, twenty, three to going to be packed. January. is going to be huge. Could be very, very busy here on the fan zone just say but for right now, we're talking boys. That's okay. Didn't get a male I put it a little feeler out for everybody if they WANNA write in and share your thoughts about the boys as we discuss these episodes. 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"The blaze radio network. On demand. Pat gray is here on the blaze radio network. Good morning American head Friday. Welcome to triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three and Pat unleashed on Twitter. Hey, we've got more on trivia day today. So beginning in the second hour, we kick into high gear with more onto review week. Number two. Last week was just kind of a is kind of getting back into the routine tried to knock the rust off and we should really be. I think we're ready to go this time. It's still correct and was right undefeated one or no thousand percent. So if you use this for betting, you're wealthy person, we would never never suggest chest. Never suggest entertainment purposes, right. Exactly, right. But one o'clock, eastern noon, central. It is the New York Giants taking on the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas is the home team, so we'll be starting there in one hour from now. Jeff is also joining us for the program today. Welcome happy to be here. I love to hear the Paul Harvey good stuff. Good morning American. Friday. How does that bring back? Geez, I love that food that bring back hundred years of memories gives me chills to draw. This might be the only one, but I. Let's see. Last night course. North Carolina's under siege right now from the hurricane, it made landfall last night at about Wilmington is that we're. Shore. So they're being pummeled with rain. There's all kinds of flooding thoughts and prayers are with the people on the coast right now. She's moving down the coast. Yeah, towards South Carolina. It's gross it. I think it is a category. Did it make landfall as a two or a one of leave? It made. Landfall is a one. Okay. So we can considerably just good, which is really good. It's still going to be a massive. It's a random like crazy. Like like Harvey was for? Yes. And if you, if you are having opportunity to stay, that was a mistake. I mean, that's I've been through tropical storms and and not faced a hurricane head on, but had to deal with a number of them if you can get out, get out. Does not pretty? No. It's not at all. It's, I mean. I mean, they're showing they're showing the pictures of of the flooding so far. And it's really it's sad because you know what historians went through last year and it looks like they're in for a lot of the same stuff. Sure. But doesn't get that severe. I saw a clip from the Weather Channel. I think we have the video from the Weather Channel reporter. She gave a report and had graphics that I had not seen before, and I'm sure they had it before. I just I hadn't seen him before, but the graphics makes she goes through the flooding and what it what it's like, and it is fascinating and scary at the same time we have that. I hope we do. Okay. I know I know that it was submitted to be in the system. Okay. Hours ago. That an indictment. Just say, just say, that's all. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three but Jeffey dive. It is like everybody goes. So. Whatever, whatever, because it carries that much, whatever it doesn't carry anywhere near the weight that you actually in reality physically carry. They don't want to help to show that's fine. All right, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three another socialist victory in the primary. In New York, and apparently Julius Salazar wasn't the only one. They had several of the socialists and in many who claim to be just admit, they're socialist one in the democrat primaries in New York. So it's getting really insane in the democrat party. And yet still to the media, it's Republicans who are so extreme. It's Republicans who've gone over the cliff. Why don't you take a look at the democrat party? You're okay that they're socialist now you're okay. They're completely embracing socialism. Now they don't even care anymore. And every time we say it idiots, like Chris Cuomo cacao it fearmongering. Bill Maher calls fearmongering then the next sentence he saying, well, we've we've been socialist for a long time already. I've been saying that my of my whole career will then why are you telling us? We're crazy for calling you socialists bizarre as just incredible. But this Julia Salazar is very similar to Alexandria. Causey Cortes. She's Salazar's twenty-seven. Cortez what twenty eight and they both are democratic socialists and they both defeated longtime incumbents. Did. They did this Marty Dylan in New York that Salazar beat was a nine time, nine term congressman just amazing. And so they're just completely embracing socialism in all of these primaries in New York and really throughout the country. The bright side of that really to me is that really is I'm hoping that they're not embracing socialism as much as we're claiming and just embracing change because both of those offices were guys that took it for granted and were there forever. Well, when you're when you're voting you when you know somebody's a socialist, you vote for many way. I think you've been bracelets him. Maybe that's, you know. I understand. I got it. I just tried to put a happy. I know there's no happy spent here. She is amazing too, because again, this is the this is a woman that six years ago Glenn interviewed. She was a member of the KU Kufai organization Christians United for Israel. Now she's vehemently anti Israel. She was a conservative back then. Now she's vehemently socialist. Strange case. I don't know what happened to her. I think Glenn interviewed her in two thousand twelve by twenty thirteen or fourteen. She was a socialist. Well, how did that happen? Holy cow. But she mentioned she said, last night, tonight's victory is not about me. Tonight's victory is about New Yorkers coming together and choosing to fight against rising rents and homelessness in our communities. Okay. That's so the battle against their own Democrats is even about how Ilias the other democrat was, and that are too, I don't know, pro wealth. She said this was a brutal race. They knew we were a threat to the con- concentration of wealth and power in this state. This is a victory for the oppressed. So I guess it's Democrats oppressing these people because that's who was in office. Just a really, really strange. Occurrence here in America where but one that the Glenn said years ago, they're just gonna start admitting they're socialist and they are. They are. I don't know if of the Cynthia Nixon loss speech against Cuomo last night. She said that, you know, this is a fight for the soul of the Democratic Party it. Is that Seoul? Yeah, it is. Yeah, it's not. She made a point. It's not over. And you had the head of the democrat party saying that people are of the party. So the future of the democrat party is to be socialist. You might as well just change your name then. So people can understand really wholeheartedly what they're getting into. But in the case of Nixon Cuomo and New York, the soul of the Democratic Party is determining if they're going to be socialist or communist. That's that's what she's talking about. Do we want to be socialist or a full-fledged communists that's New York's choice. It's amazing to watch. It's amazing to see and it's amazing that the mainstream media has not picked up on it or if they have, they don't care. They just don't care. They'd rather just continue to call Republicans extremists and completely ignore what's actually happening on the other side of the spectrum. The Democrats have just become socialist and communist, and many of them are just admitting it. And I guess we're to a point now where a lot of the constituents are okay with that, which is amazing. I never thought we'd get there in America. You know, even five years ago when we knew how bad it was, we had a President Obama that we had Marxist tendencies. I still don't think I would have ever dreamed that this many people could claim to be socialists and get elected in this country. People. This. The free stuff. And that's, I mean, they've been, they've been indoctrinated that you know they're owed free stuff and the government should give it to. Everything's been unfair for them. And so they just want the playing field leveled. That's what's happening. Meanwhile, Okaz Cortes was she just posed with a bunch of construction workers for some publicity shots. It's interesting because as she posed with these construction workers on the streets of Manhattan, she was wearing it outfit that cost thirty five hundred dollars. Oh, it's not supposed to walk around the streets of Manhattan and just goals. Close of course not no. Not a socialist about now. She's got to get a look. The part right. I mean barely find outfits at Kohl's. He's ready to be a part of the ARCHE for sure. What kind of wealth redistribution is this? She wore a nineteen hundred and ninety dollar Gabriella Hearst blazer. Wow. She had eight hundred ninety dollars Gabriella Hearst this money. Six hundred twenty-five Madala Blahnik shoes. Thirty five hundred dollars total. Michigan, the money. I don't know. I'd like to. You know, I do that is that are able to dress yourself with campaign funds because I'm I'm a big fan of running for something that's. I don't know if you start the campaign solely to raise funds for your cause. No country care about the colors. Do you want things to change closer just to site for new suits. That's amazing. Some of our own people were like looking to do taken aback. One read it user said, this pisses me off. Good bugs did to me that she wants to raise taxes, pretending champion the poor in thirty five hundred dollar outfits. Another writes, I've never met a socialist who had the faintest idea of redistributing a penny of their own money. They're all talking about taking all the time as a barmaid. She took all five hundred dollars of the tips after a holiday night at the bar stiffen the waitresses with only fifty bucks Boma. She's only a socialist if she can make as much as she wants and leave the scraps for everyone else is not the truth. It's exactly what exactly these people do. It's really something you know, and then they lie about where they come from. She lied about growing up in the Bronx when when she did not her friend, Julius Salazar lied about. Out being immigrant or something you will. She didn't. She immigrated all the way from Miami. So that Miami's not another country? No, no, she immigrated from my. Okay. You know, she's proud of that. She also claims to have been poor and poverty stricken grownup. Growing up. She had she's trust fund baby. I don't know how much was in that trust fund, but apparently it was. It was considerable considerable amount of if you if you know anything about trust funds, you get so much one time of year. And if you spend it all, then it's gone. You got to wait until the next year rolls around. So she four for eight months. Might've been triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three more Pat gray unleashed and don't forget more entre via coming up in less than an hour. So I'm standing in front of a convenience store the other day, and I see this old guy got his little finger stuck in his ear, moving at around sticking around, like, dude, what are you doing? Don't do that. You're making things bad for yourself. I know your ears probably need to be cleaned and they probably Itchen they're painful, but really man, you need the wax Rx, ear wash system. He's an old man. 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It gets shipped to your house for free, and you'll have the cleanest ears in town use wax Rx dot com. Only on the blaze radio network. Pat gray is here. So hurricane Florence has made landfall in North Carolina. Now it's just going down the coast southward and just leaving all kinds of flooding in its wake. What was it? You said you had some shots of? Well, I watched. I watched a report on the Weather Channel that was fascinating, and I had not seen them use these graphics before and how she was explaining what happens when the flooding takes place during a hurricane man, aside from the graphics being really cool at amazing, it's actually frightening, really frightening. And at the end you're like, I probably should leave. I mean, that's their point. What happens. Yeah, get out. Yeah, effective. Take a look at that. Look like if you were to find yourself in this scenario, once that up to three feet, you can see it would be coming up my shins, my waste. This could be enough to knock you off your feet. It could even float some parts that could be parked on the side of the roadway. This is extremely dangerous. But once we get up into that six foot range, looking how high this water goat wins, take everything will be floating. At this point, this waters over my head. I wouldn't be able to even withstand the force of the water coming in. There might even be dangerous like chemical, send exposed power lines lurking in the waters. But once we get to that nine put rain, this is an absolute life threatening scenario. This water is through the first floor of your home into the second. You can see there's fish floating around. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. So if you find yourself here, please get. Now, if you're told to go, you need to go into those local officials and make sure you he'd be. Vice, it told to do. A cooler was that is amazing. That makes a point right there does. If you were thinking about staying and then you saw that report get out, you might have thought them not gonna stay. Right. Okay. We've interviewed people in the past or I mean, I have on different shows who have stayed during storms and been scared out of their lives. One lady said she sat on the top of her dryer and prayed until the end of the night, and she was sitting in water when and it never went any higher than that, obviously, or we wouldn't have been talking to her, but Xu was praying and saying as she should've left. Yeah, we stayed. We stayed during hurricane Ike in Houston, and but it didn't flood like that. Not where I was anyway, so it was. It was more than win that tore, you know our roof apart and are fences down and and left debris all over the place and all of that, but flooding event like that. No, there's nothing you can do. And when Andrew came through back. On remember what year Andrew came through in the nineties in Florida. I mean, one of the guys that I used to work with, he survived with his family in the tub. That's a fact even the mattress over he has a daughter, and you know, he was lucky to be alive all in the tub together. Yeah. Well, that was thousands gone. So the hundred Lou away around him, destroyed everything. You'll magin writing that out in a bathtub, and you're in your bathroom and and your house is being ripped apart all around Joe. That's chilling, yes. I know those graphics probably saved lives. I hope so because put it into perspective. Sure. Does we know you can't survive that? I mean, if you get on your roof, maybe. Through their time and somebody finds you, but wow, it could be. I mean, that could be a lifesaver. I hope some basin graphics that also tells you that if anybody wanted to remake the ten commandments, you got some good help you out part the waters of the Red Sea that looked really cool the God app. Really cool. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three Chelsea Clinton had some interesting things to say. I think really seems to me that she's preparing yourself for a run for some office. I don't know what she's, you know she's gonna be. She's going to run for congress is going to run for Senate sometimes would have already. There was a seat open in Manhattan than I thought she was going to run for. She didn't. So I really think she would be running ready. Well, she had something amazing to say about Roe v Wade here years that brilliance, Chelsea Clinton all of that statistics that are are painful of what women are confronting Lena today in our country. And what even more women confronted pre row and how many women died in how many more women were maimed because save on abortion, prac. Kisses. Oh man, we just go back. Can't go back to that. That's unconscionable to me. She conscious you gotta stop and also and I'm sure that this will unleash no another wave of hate in my direction, but as a deeply religious person, it's also unchristian. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. That's unbelievable. That is seriously one of the most asinine things I've ever heard. It's unchristian to save children from being torn out of the womb and killed. That's unchristian. Do you know? Let's compare the lives saved if Roe v Wade, never happened to how many people actually died from failed abortions. First of all, the first of all is jumping. I Chelsea, the number of us were made up. That is a fact in the late nineteen sixties advocates of legalized abortion used as their rallying cry. The argument that thousands of women died from self induced abortions or in back alleys for illegal abortions. Everybody mobilized around the fearmongering coat hanger scenario. Everybody insisted five to ten thousand women died every year from botched illegal abortions. They use that argument, then they still use it to day. You just heard an example of it from Chelsea Clinton. It's a flat-out lie. It's a made up fabricated number and it didn't come from pro-life people. It came from, for instance, Dr Mary s called on. Look this up a former director of Planned Parenthood. Some of the best evidence came from her which she said, abortion is no longer a date, a dangerous procedure. And but they, they got together and they came up with this number because they wanted abortion to be legalized. And they knew that they weren't breaking through to the American people. So they made up these numbers about how important it was to legalize abortion. So the people didn't have to go to back alley unsafe abortions. And the number is five to ten thousand deaths a year. Well, the director of. The director was at the director of nee role. I think at one time said, how many deaths were we talking about when abortion was illegal in nail? We generally emphasize the frame of the individual case, not the mass stats, but when we spoke of the ladder, it was always five to ten thousand deaths a year. I confess, here's what he says. I confess that I knew that the figures were totally false, and I suppose that others did too. If they stop to think of it, he made up the number. He knew it was false. They lied about it on purpose and they continue to lie about it today. Amazing. Let me tell you about something really good though. It's field of greens from brickhouse nutrition. This is something that can provide nutrition for your body. Just make you healthier and feel better. Brickhouse nutrition had the goal of creating real superfoods specially designed to. Enhance your health and to help you reach your full potential without having to put nasty bitter kale in your mouth. 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Eh, need some help and just ran bring desma. I don't understand out there. I just ran into a cowboy apologised in the hallway here studio twenty Dak usually has a rough first game and an rough second game Dopp and a rough third. And a rough said call. So I mean, the offense of calling was, you know, the moment deck Preska stopped being awesome. Was the minute he was on my fantasy team last year. I traded away draft, pick for him. He's just when trindon down ever since so you can. You can thank me for that. Dallas Cowboys fans. Let's get back to the stats here on the made up statistic from Dr Bernard Nathanson who is the former director of narrow narrow which is even more extreme than Planned Parenthood. I mean, these guys are as bad as it gets on the abortion front. So the guy admitted that he made up a figure because they were trying to get abortion legalized in the in the sixties and seventies justify the means and the he said, we spoke of it as always between five and ten thousand deaths year. He says further, I confess that I knew that the figures were totally false and I suppose it others did too if they stopped to think about it. But in the morality of our revolution, it was a useful figure widely accepted. So why go out of our way to correct it with honest assistants, it's amazing. Say of the overriding concern was to get the laws eliminated and anything within reason that had to be done was permissible, here's the actual figure with. I love that within reason. Yeah. Within reason. Within reason justifying just lying. Right. And ten thousand is reasonable. It's just it's evil. What what they have done is absolutely evil and what they continue to do is evil. What Chelsea Clinton just said, is absolute evil to try to make that into the Christian thing. That is the opposite of the Christian thing to do that comes directly from Satan. That's evil. Trying to make good look like evil and evil look like good is exactly what it was prophesied by Isaiah, and it is happening today to about the one millionth power. Everything good is made seem bad and everything bad is being made to seem good. It's it's flat out evil. So the number they continued to give was between five and ten thousand the actual number for nineteen seventy two. The year before rove e weighed twenty five thousand. No, what five thousand they were under. They were under. No, no. You think they were just trying to figure. Fine. We don't wanna lie scare people, right? Here's the real number thirty. Nine. Thirty nine to that wasn't he would right. Probably not. It probably wasn't that high thirty. Nine mothers were now. It's too many. I mean you don't want thirty nine women to die, but thirty nine women died from illegal abortions. Not ten thousand. That is. Dardar criminal. It's also important to remember that women continue to die from abortions, even though they're legal and safe, they die from so-called safe and legal abortions according to the CDC over two hundred women have died from legal abortions since nineteen Seventy-three. Now, that's if you if you think of that over the span of forty hours, like what the amount of abortions that have been placed right small, it's several. It's a couple of women a year two or three women a year. Right? No, it's more than that five or six women a year, seven. Maybe. Really? Yeah, it's yeah. A year for forty five years. Oh, yeah. Okay. Forty. Yeah. Yeah, but this this needs to be. Talked about in the in in the mainstream media? It is tells the Clinton just told us, yeah, sh right stillness. It was on Christian to try to overturn Roe v Wade done Christian to try to save human life. You can you imagine she talked about the number of women even if it was their number at ten thousand the number of women who have been killed through abortions. Sixty million babies have been aborted. Half of those thirty million would have been women. I think we can agree that what she said is absurd, and I can't even begin to understand where she comes up with this, but will there be, here's a question. Will there be any kind of repercussions whether whether just pressure or if she does decide to run for office some day, do you think that there will ever be any blowback from this whatsoever? I don't know. I don't think so. Later groundwork Rashard if she already said than here comes, I'm going to get a big pushback, right? And that makes it okay to say it, yeah. And then you can just ignore the pushback is, you know, these are just a bunch of crazy. People who, oh sure the crazy people are gonna give out which back. That's a classic house of Clinton rules out saluting. Absolutely. She's playing the game while which is why I think she's running for office or is eventually. She's obviously not this second, but she's going to she's going to and she would be, I think she'd be worse than her mother. Father, I mean to to have the pulse to say that it's unchristian to overturn Roe v, Wade you. I mean you're willing to go pretty far in your lies. Yeah, it's safe to say she would be worse than them because core parents are. I mean, that's a double whammy right there. It's thing. It's agonizing and I'm I'm really tired of them. Controlling this discussion. They've control it for, you know, more than half a century because it was their control of the discussion in the sixties with the five to ten thousand deaths that brought about Roe v Wade because everybody was like, will yet needs to be safe. We can't have ten thousand women a year dying in back alley abortions go to. Somebody's got to do something gotta do see somebody's gotta do some if it saves one life, it'll be worth it. We can give up sixty million children for one woman. Can't we for more right? I mean there's more women on the planet that meant so it'd be more than thirty million. Yeah, thirty two thirty three million somewhere in there. Yeah, more than half are going to be women. Da incredible just of believable. That's incredible. Just had a frightening thought. I wonder in twenty twenty two worried about who's going to run for brokers Trump's, you know he's gonna. But if in the future we get a an vodka, Chelsea ticket. That would be interesting listing. Yeah, I think you could. I could to think you could. Not be good. Ivanka won't be on that. That would not be good. Ivanka's not conservative. She's she's, I think she's done an okay, absolutely selfie, conservative across the aisle with her friend. Chelsea? Yeah, right. Running man. They're good friends. So that tells you a lot. There's a new Planned Parenthood president. It's Dr Lena win, and she she was responding to the views, sunny host saying there's a lack of transparency at Planned Parenthood. But Dr Liana win says no federal funding goes towards abortion. Wait what? No federal funding don't don't lie. Listen to. This is amazing. Two thousand sixteen Planned Parenthood provided three hundred twenty eight thousand three hundred and forty eight abortions and in terms of emergency contraception kit seven hundred thirty thousand three hundred and twenty nine that's more than well. Women exams Pap tests, HP vaccinations, Planned Parenthood outperform mammograms, but Planned Parenthood I don't think is transparent about that planned Parenthood's three percent of their services. The Washington Post has found that to not be accurate has found it to be more like twelve percent parenthood three Pinocchio for that. Is it. More transparent about its true position? Well, I disagree with this Planned Parenthood just like every major medical organization that I've ever worked for follows the long and is transparent and makes clear what are the procedures that we perform at one of the services that we perform is the largest provider of reproductive healthcare in this country that includes abortions, but over ninety percent of the services performed are preventive care service. I mean, I see your separating it. It provides more abortion. Any of the Senate is relief. Hour and about that. It seems to me the Planned Parenthood is trying to have it both ways. Saying, how would they get having both ways because there has been this issue about federal funding, right? I want to her. There are no federal taxpayer dollars that go towards abortions only go by the way. Planned Parenthood doesn't get a check from the federal government. It's not as if they get a check written every year amount. Mundy Planned Parenthood just like every hospital gets reimbursed for medical services, like breast cancer screenings, like cervical cancer screening, like birth control, get five hundred million dollars a year from the federal government, five hundred million a year. That was a flat-out low. She start to finish spun. She goes, look, we don't get a check from the federal government. Here you go. We are like a hospital, they get reimbursed reimbursed. So we don't get paid before. Then use that for abortions perform the services, then get reimbursement drifts. Drifts issues far as the the the bookkeeping, right? I mean, you go in and and when you go in for that abortion, they also talked to you about all these other things. So all those other things are on the on. The list of things we did for you stop. It's. That's madness. Amazing. What one while eightyish is, is that lady still on the or do they kicked her off? That was she made animated home? I know tried to jump in late. Hey, all and joy, which are saying. Shut up because you're dumping. She actually made the print title. She did. Yes. She represented the pro-life view on Planned Parenthood pretty well. There's away as you're going to get on that show is Sonny, hosted pro-life, I she held his fire. Yeah, she really did. She didn't call her a liar like she should go. Very nice and she wasn't. She wasn't. She wasn't. And and you know, when she said, we don't get any money from tax dollars. She didn't say you're a lion, right? And what what Planned Parenthood does do is they spin every like she just did like a were the word. We're the biggest provider of women's reproductive health. What. No, you're not. And the mammogram thing, they, they never admit that they don't do mammograms. They act as though they're a hospital for women and all they do is take care of sick women. That's what they do know that isn't what you do. You make babies dead. That's what you do. That's what you do the most of and she did a pretty good job outlining that really seriously. Wow. When you if you are going to Planned Parenthood and for the most part, if you're going to to a Planned Parenthood office, are you going there for, hey, I'm pregnant on into my deals on how take care of my baby. No. Are you planning? Are you planning to be apparent at Planned Parenthood. What, what a horribly named organization. Perfect. For these perfect. That's why Margaret Sanger, you know she was. She was deceiving the American people from the start and they continue that they continue that well, I mean, at least now we know that it was the Christian. Right? Yeah, because I'm sure if Jesus were here, he would say he would encourage a lot of women. Yeah, go remove that child from your belly. That's not. We don't. Do you think it's possible you could die kill it. Just kill it. Is that inconvenient for you? Go to take your though. There's something you can do about that. 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Pat gray unleashed. Welcome triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three just minutes away. Now about fifteen minutes away from more on trivia weight to it is the giants and the Cowboys this weekend. Also you can reach us at Pat unleashed on Twitter. TJ top tweets. Planned Parenthood doesn't get a check from the government. They get direct deposit like everyone else at you go. Hey, it's probably probably something. She probably means it like she probably going. Actual chair. Really, she means we were talking about this a little bit during the during. The commercial break is that, you know, I'm trying to figure out how could she actually say they don't get a check from the government, but you're right, Pat. She qualifies for abortion. They're trying to pretend. The money they get through everything else janitor? Yeah, that's BS we make our flyers with that BS besides if us, even if you do use that money for other thing is still frees up the abortion money, right? It frees up all the money you make from abortions. It's it's so deceptive. Such lie from rain bond flank flang river, holy crap. Listening to Chelsea Clinton spear spewed her ignorance on the radio. You could almost mistake her for her mother. And struggling Lombi. Jeepers. Jeffey. That sounds like a totally natural conversation you had with that final gentlemen right about during the commercial. Yeah, I know you're totally conversational. It happens every day. What did he look like? So we can visualize theater of the mind stuff here. The head with the white beard Bill Bill. Shirt. If you ran across the street shooting with a solid print up. Peter. Gabriel looks like. Yes. If you were to see him on the street, would you know he was. That's that's who the guy reminded me of weight Peter. Gabriel uses use wax Rx does now. He wasn't just little fingers. All right. We have a cool video of some idiot, enjoying the hurricane. Where is this? Is this Myrtle Beach. Okay. Let's take a look at this guy who just went down to the beach to welcome the hurricane to shore. Amazing. Got a blacklist guy. He's got only like Thais showrooming tights on. He's head banging on a ruck concert. What is happening. One man versus florins. Well, go to Marika stupid. Stupid. I bet you betcha that that definitely trended on Instagram. Oh, I'm sure did the other thing that's stupid is when people go down and surf the waves coming in from the hurricane, that's that's not a good idea either. You know there's something called death that can happen. It's pretty serious. Yeah, and lasts for thirty. Yeah. Yeah. In a hurricane, probably fall say, go get caught up in what they call. I think they call this undertone. Right. And then it pulls you back out into the ocean, which could be fairly serious during a hurricane event, you know? So yeah. I mean, surfing can always be hazardous, but it's so turning. Hurricane is all too man. I mean every now there's always. Oh yes. So more well, there's always the people that are like, go nowhere. I heard stay right here in my house. They've been through these before you sound exactly like the clip by her this morning where the guy was, I'll be back porch, drink a beer. Okay. All righty. Well, people did that with Katrina and paid for it with their look. And you know what happened in Katrina is exactly what that Weather Channel girl was w with the flooding. Right. Water just keeps rising, right? It's it's a lot of things that kills more with the gains that a lot of the wind most of the time is that water just continues to rise, then you're going to be out of power. So that's not going to be comfortable. And then when the water starts rising, in fact, they told a lot of these residents look if you stay, we're not coming for you. Right? And smart because now you're risking the lives of the rescue. Yes. After you told these people, you could die. So please leave, and then they decide not to. Okay. Well, then you're on your own. We've really started. You're on your own or started really what the fires and stuff that are going on in the west and the the northwest, and then look, you're working to make sign this paper then because we're not spending any more resources coming after you. Right. Exactly. You could say. Stay. Right. You're absolutely you're correct. You have the right to stay. Go ahead. We're not going to come and save you after this point. This is your this, your last chance. The problem is it's really hard to do that because then then when the when they're calling for help to tell them, we're not laying in America. Go anyway. I know they go anywhere and the people. No, that's going to happen. So we've kind of trained him that way. And so you have more people die. This stupidity view. It's amazing it right so that when as and then and then we get into the battle of the the government making making people move from their home, removing them with force. We're live right if you're too stupid then, and we're going to have to come back and get you anyway, then. No, I'm sorry. You do have to leave and we're going to force you out. It's as a libertarian. You don't wanna see that happen. You just want to say, okay, well, then you're on your own, and it is a way they agreed in that dump people survival of the fittest Jeffey behind try. Do I do. I really hope that policies. I was all the want twice we, I was scared enough to where I mean, I was always at the radio station, but I was scared enough to pull my family to the station evacuate. You're not being home, you're coming here right? Only a couple times. There was damage to the house in the radio station, but nothing horrible rang God. All right, more on trivia coming up in just a few minutes, the New York Giants take on the Dallas Cowboys will be stores. Blaze radio network. 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You win a dollar. Ninety seven a year every year starting in twenty thirty nine. Shouldn't it be. And nine cents. No part of the promotions department. Yes. I am really silly radio games like that here at the big fraud. Sophisticated army. I mean, what is this nineteen? Seventy? Three writing frog. No, my friend it is no. No, because if it were nineteen Seventy-three, we would have a promotions closet filled with fun prizes instead of stuff you have to send mentally. People used to give away back. Charcoal cleaning out the prize close. Third caller gets bag. Charcoal to me on. Jerko. Offers that sound means we have a contestant. It is Antony Antony in Dallas. Hey, Antony. Welcome to the big frog. One. Nine. Good. How are you? It's actually what? Oh, nine nine. I didn't want to confuse you. Is it. Is that your favorite radio station? Oh, yeah. Yes. Yes. Love to hear that. Okay. Hey, we're going to. We're going to give you four quick questions here. If you don't know the answer, just take a guest, but you can't ask for any help. Okay. All right. Here we go. Question number one. Premature on the music. Hang again. You're on the musici-. It's premature on the music, Anthony. This is a professional broadcasting, Antony name, one supreme court, Justice, one. Yeah, right. I dam is not one, but we're gonna retire. Tough question. Tough question. It's almost impossible to get one of these sprinkler. Guess would be. Guess would have been judge Judy. Yeah, yeah. I know I would have picked judge Lester. Okay. Name. One thing Ben Franklin is famous for. The monocle. I glass thing the monocle glass thing. Can we give him that way? No, no, no. He got the. Bible by focal is right to us, but I didn't do the glasses. All right. So we're actually going to give it to him commission glasses. All right, our Commissioner, John, check it and he's all right. He's gonna give you the point question started with one. Question number three. You can throw a flag one doesn't change it name a continent. North america. Done. He was talking down to us, wasn't it? Don't forget, you know, the court Justice, but that question that's a good reminder and a little humility. Discussion right now. All right. Question number four. Here we go. Anthony Monet is famous for what. Wine wine? Can we get. No, Monet's famous for the song. Mony Mony moan a Monet. Never that one. Yeah. Yeah, I knew you'd Rick recognize it. As soon as you heard it, you scored a couple of points, slow for the Dallas Cowboys. Congratulations. We're going to send you a copy of our home game, psychically, and I just did thanks for playing talk to you later. Monet probably not. Actually, we probably will never talk to Anthony again. Mony Mony in the Sean. Right, great. Monet. Mony Mony. Yes. Got it. Thanks. All right. So we're giving him credit for two to there. We already have a flare here from Keith whatever you said the monocle sent onto the bifocals. I guess he generally new? Yes, he do. He generally genuinely. Yes, new hardest. I'm sorry, you really are whatever they got to. All right to for the Cowboys and now comes the hard part getting hold of somebody in their way because could take awhile as in the northeast. That's what it winds up being. Okay. We're calling Connecticut now. Like multiple way out there, suburban, New York or from. Coast. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three if you if you sent a flag on the field, if you have something that just didn't seem right if the rules were broken by the way, Phyllis in on a few of the rules Jeffey for instance, what happens if we get a contestant? They agree to the questions and then hang up prematurely. They forfeit the quarter if they say, hey, l. four questions. And then in the middle, no matter where they could've answered three questions in a row if they hang up, it's over. But if they hang up before we start asking questions or before they've agreed to as to what they agree, then we still try to get somebody in. That's it wrecked. They have to agree. And then you know, obviously you know, they they, if it ends up in a tie, there's a way to end the tie game, but we try to avoid that that process, yes, but we actually had a tie the NFL this last week, right? Yeah, we did Cleveland and Pittsburg Twenty-one fascinating that they that they actually want. Stupid. They've got to stop the needs to be a rule change about to to put an end to the to the tie in the NFL. We've gotten rid of it everywhere else in football. You can't figure out a way in the NFL. Here's what you do. Give both teams the ball at the fifty yard line, and you just you do what college does except you move it back from the twenty five to fifty. I'm with you one hundred percent with you. Yeah. And if you if you feel goal, the other team has a chance to tie or win with touched added extra quarter, right? I team that the first team that goes ahead if I score, you have a chance to come back and score, right? If you don't do it games over, yes. If you do it, we continue to play. Don't understand why that that's hard. It's not hard at all hard at all. I don't. I don't. I don't get it. I really don't. I fifty somebody will score in that period and if they don't, you go to another variant right. Joe going ties. Let's say you get to the end of the quarter, then you move it to the twenty five and you can feel the second quarter, right? You that. Yeah, like that, right. I like that you could figure something out. You don't have to tie asinine, but it look, the NFL is they've got a lot of things on their mind. Yeah. Actually do I know about that can certainly they certainly can do a few things instead of teaching referees, how to throw flags because somebody got hit too hard. Another little Sissy rule they have is that you can't tackle the quarterback anymore. I mean, we've almost literally can't the quarter that you can't hit him high. Otherwise, that's the head violation. You can't tackle him low. So you've got like a one foot rain where it's okay to bring. Then you land on. That one foot right down to full weight that's applied and then you'd better have a my pillow under his head mattress or mattress. The game, every linebacker must now have a casper mattress on their back to provide the quarterback with a safe landing when they tackle him in that one foot range. That's acceptable. It's kind of awkward when you ask her as the sponsor this year when we don't know, we'll see. It might be Sealy posture Pedic next and it's not intent because you say the defender has to have the mattress on his back. And then the thing is he has to whip it around and get it in under underneath quickly, the quarterback underneath the quarterback in time, even though you were intending to, oh, you're out, we're going to, we're gonna suspend you out for the rest of the game. And the first half of the next game. Almost. It really is. I, I don't understand what they're. I mean, you know, I've thought about it before, but years ago, Jack Lambert, middle linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers. You know, again, he's dealer during the days of of crushing times when he was interviewed close to the end of his career, he said they're going to do that. Just let the quarterbacks wear dresses. And it was a lot different when he was yes. I mean, we didn't have the stupid rules now and he's still thought it was making more out of it was too much. All right, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three and. We've so where are we a score wise again, let's remind everybody as we head into the bottom half of the first quarter right against a New York Giants. Taking the Dallas Cowboys here in Dallas, Dallas up to to nothing with New York coming up. Gray unleashed returns after this on the blaze radio network. Hat gray returns. Late nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three paddle east on Twitter. We are right in the middle of more trivial. Well, actually in the bottom of the first quarter. You turn Jeff, Mike. Going into Brassica like we're in the middle of a rain delay because the game was really postponed. Although Nebraska never played, we've actually played a clip portend that New York just doesn't show up on, so which I'm not opposed to. Out opposed to that. My friend do, we lose Jennifer and New York already. We got the sound that she was there and then just as she was there, that's a good example though, because she didn't agree yet to the four questions that doesn't forfeit. Doesn't forfeit the Gordon, although now we're being just teased by the other room. I know they're complaining. We don't have any callers. Give him the sound effect. Oh, no. Not that I would ever do it. Also this weekend. Don't forget. There is college football tomorrow and the BYU Cougars travel to Madison Wisconsin to take on the Wisconsin badgers the game to Saturday afternoon again, afternoon football for BYU. I love that. I know I'll never forget when we lived in Utah, just driving every Saturday afternoon actually in the morning because I think the gametime was around probably eleven or twelve sometimes Levin. Yeah. And so I'd be it'd be like Brighton early warning. You're heading down there. Aidan and just a lot of fun to be there foot forty, five degrees, and the atmosphere couldn't be any better and you're in the mountain setting and then everything's at night. Now everything's at night. College football is really great though. I mean any any of those. College football day is just tremendous. Nothing better? No, yes. So much fun. And it really the the atmosphere is is I don't know how to explain it. I don't think you can do placate it even in the NFL. That's why college football more no way in the NFL. Tailgates are just. Meena fun. I'm sure I. I've never been to an NFL tailgating party, but I'm sure they're fine. What? No. I haven't been to one. Have you got a party edible? Are you not not a party animal? You go, you go, right? Yeah, even if you don't have tickets, go get drunk and hang on the partner. What do you? What do you. Yeah, it's, I mean, surprising that I haven't been. I know, isn't it? I do that out of town. Why don't you just picking random game around town of so many colleges that you could roll up on. State. Oh, that's right. College game crew is going to be in town, right? Yeah, Arlington, they're not even playing the game at TCU. Their play at Gerry land stayed right. So gave day is going to be out at TCU though Fort Worth of the game in Arlington. Okay. But they usually try to pull that off. I know all the two people are all excited. Yeah, our producer Christians a big TCI and that that I want to stay to win. I don't even local how state I don't like stayed either state, but TCU Chris TCU either really mad at me right now. Don't do it for me. Just i've. A fan of DC. You have you liked the radio announcers, don't mind the coach. She's okay. Looks like a good man. He's a good coach. He does good things. I watched the games and I try to get into them and it's just like, yeah, no, no. Sure. Improve their program though in the got into the big twelve are getting. It happens to a lot of things get a conference anyway, especially of power, five conference, so refer. You seem like you're being oddly specific. Good for teams any any good schools in general? I agree with Pat anyway, giving him a hard time about BYU not being in a conference and the big twelve made a big mistake by not letting them covered that that was. I really don't understand why they wouldn't do that. There's so many ways around you. Let me why you into the big twelve Football Conference, and you could hold everything else off the entire right. You don't have to let the entire. Team, which is going to be athletic director just being a pomp and just saying all or nothing that's possible this possible. I don't know that you know, I'm not in on the inter- meetings at the BYU beat what you would've would've brought everybody if they. That was the re if that was the prerequisite that all sports teams. Gone with that. All right. Who do we have in New York now? Sam, hey, Sam. Hi, welcome to. Point. Nine is I you? Good. How are you. Good. Good, good, good. Are you a New York Giants fan. Yes. Feel about him to? Yes, like I, you know I am, but I'm asked mentally stating it as kind of a question. Yes, I right. Right, right. Anyway, Sam, we're gonna ask you for quick questions. If you don't know the answer, just taking guests. You can't ask anybody for help. Okay. Okay. Ready. Here we go. Question number one name. One US supreme court. Justice. Sprinkling for help. Don't don't ask for help all you baby. All you baby. The US US supreme court Justice. It's like one person who's currently. Excuse me. One of the night. Judge Reinhold would have been one of jets. So. All right. That's all right. You'll have time to redeem yourself. Question number to name one thing. Ben Franklin is famous for. It's a hard one. It's almost impossible. Nobody's got nobody knows who he is any more. Angling Franklin, don't ask for help. What are the name? Ben Franklin out. He was. He was the first king of Canada Canada's first king. Yeah. Okay. There's no way but doesn't know that Sam name a continent. Any continent? Name a continent, Africa Africa. Yes, you got that would've also accepted the continent of Jeffey. You could have said Jeffey as well. And that would have been except. Oh, yeah. All right, Sam. Your final question here we go. Well, maybe Monet is famous for what. Monet is famous morning Monet. Famous for or. Things for song for singing. Sticklers stickler home. He was actually the the person who invented miniature golf. Yeah, thanks for playing our game. We're going to send you the home version of it, psychically, and I just did. Thanks used to sing while he paid. It did. Oh, I see. And he actually wrote some of the songs that saying while he painted. So from that standpoint, you could say yes, for a song. Realized that he was actually painting listening. So. If he did known that I would have given it to score one quarter jiffy Dallas to the New York Giants one, so. Okay. All right. It's it's a close addle to close battle. Almost be that that type of game to with the the offense of output of the Dallas Cowboys. Leslie, yeah, no kidding. No kidding. This could be a five to nothing game like that game with the Philadelphia and and Cleveland in the preseason. I mean, that's a demoralizing game right there if you're the eagles. But thankfully for them it was preseason. But yeah. So the Browns you're talking about tied the Steelers, I gotta think they, they won a game the last time they wanna game. Obama was still president. That's the loudly. Gosh, that's amazing because they won none last year when the last game and the year before twenty sixteen. So the improved exactly what you're saying they, they only have Browns this past week by by having their field lose. I really do. I think they're going to be. They're going to be respectable this year. I don't know if they're gonna make the playoffs, but I think they'll be respected. I haven't been the playoff extra do do I. I had a maiden eight now I'm revising that to nine and seven, seven, eight and one. Anyway, whatever. Anyway, so well, it depends. I think a lot depends on whether they bring in Baker Mayfield or not because I don't to rod Taylor is the guy starting this week and fantasy. He's not. He's not the answer. He's not the has had a number of people that thought were the answer. Of people basis, isn't it like twenty or something. Became a franchise again in nineteen ninety nine. It's a lot. It's a ton. I mean who is Alaska? That was worth Bernie Kosar call probably and that was what the eighties. I'm sure there was someone else after Bernie, but there was and they've been through some you know some some quarterbacks that people thought were sure pets and some others that looked pretty good like Brady Quinn from Notre Dame. People thought highly of for a while. Our boy from 'em does a couple years ago. Johnny Manziel though supposed to be the savior from nineteen ninety nine until twenty sixteen. So what do you got? Eighteen seasons their twenty six starting quarterbacks. Twenty six. And that was just through twenty sixteen or. So it's more than they had two more last year. So what are we up to now? Twenty-eight, simple, math, twenty six to teen. I mean, I don't wanna. Incredible math skills team seasons. Thank you. Wow. I thought it was eighteen. That I forget to carry one or have that. All right, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three still working on getting somebody from Dallas. Now we've ended a quarter. Quarter under a bell one quarter, the score to Dallas. All right, more more on trivia second quarter. We hope coming up. Pat gray only on the blaze radio network. Pat gray. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. We're into the second quarter of more tribute score. Two to one for the Cowboys as the New York Giants. It was exciting first quarter. It was citing thrilling that we knew. Anthony and Sam both put struggle based on baseball based on the city's involved. We do this tough week to get people to contestants on the phone, but you know, I, I don't know. I don't. I don't pick the game. Do you pick the game? No, I actually don't know. No, I actually don't. All right. Who do we have? We have a contested in Dallas. It's Tony, Tony in Dallas, Tony, how you doing? Welcome to pretty good how you doing. I'm doing good. All right, good. Where are you from? Originally from the north where Oakland original. Okay. Sounded like you were from New York for a second there. Doing what I Tony, we're gonna ask you for quick questions if you don't know the answer, just take a guess and you can't ask anybody for help. Okay. Right? You're playing for the Dallas Cowboys fan. All right, good for you. Who's your favorite player on the team? Prescott Dax. He's awesome. He's awesome. We're with you on that. All right. Question number one. Finish this well known phrase, the doctor gave me a clean Bill of. The doctor gave me a clean Bill of. Resolve. We can't take that. It's actually a clean Bill of rights. Okay. Yeah. Really close on those come from. All right. Question number two. The package delivery company UPS primarily uses which color on their trucks and uniforms Brown, right? Yes. You. All right question, somebody can. No question number three. Colin Kaepernick was an NFL quarterback for which team. Yeah, exactly. Right. And number four, now that you're on a roll Dodie questioned it before who lives at sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue. The mayor, the mayor mayor, which one which may which one. It. Oh, man. Yeah. Okay. Maybe five more seconds. We'll athlete gloomily some like good. Bill de Blasio. Yeah, I knew I knew you'd hear we'll you'd recognize it once you have Tony. Thanks a lot. You bet a great contest. You scored a couple of nights points for the Dallas Cowboys. Now four to one Cowboys. Thanks a lot. Tony. We're going to send you home ounce too late. Now. The home version of the game. It's worse played for mayor de not kept indie that lives over there. Okay. No skeptic, dang it captain d. is that what that's what I was thinking. What I'm thinking, not right. So good. Yeah. But boy, we've got four to one now Cowboys up as we head to the bottom of the cooter. All right. We just need a contest in New York. It's easier done, but that's a tasks right now. All we need. Four, no one is not insurmountable though. We got somebody really good. They could catch right back up. In fact, they could even take the lead with all. Yeah, because New York has no such intelligent. Yes. Please. You know Chelsea Clinton, right? That's right among others. So many good people get along. Hillary was president. Yeah, thank you, Jeff. Thank you for that. We say about bad about that. You blew my point out of the water with that one. Thank you. Thanks. Sure. Don't forget if you know the phrase pays ninety. One. Best writing from the sixties seventies eighties ninety day tomorrow and the most released Ellen. Ellen. With the flap Jackson morning show in the morning. One nine nine but also from sixty to ninety in the mornings. And it's just that easy. It's all you have to know. Good dollar ninety seventy year for every year. So twenty thirty nine. So I mean, that could if you live for thousand years that could really add up could really add up. Got sad news today to waiting for a contestant. Got that. Faced with lower sales. VW is ending production of the iconic beetle next. No, I really right. It's been around since what the sixties. Maybe the fifties Hitler car grave right now. Wow. The first guy drive stickshift beetle driving tractors stuff before that out there on the farm. There's there wasn't a single heater that worked in a Volkswagen beetle. There wasn't a single air conditioning unit that ever worked in a Volkswagen beetle at least not back in the day when I was never car, the people people's car famous for eaters, the heating and air not worth the back or the hunt was warm. Drive back, you know, but you could passenger and man the league. The legroom was a may. I fit right in there. Just jump right in. Could you fit anywhere in Volkswagen beetle? I I just told you first car drive? Yes. Well, yeah, but you left on the part. We had to cut out part of the vehicle so that you could fit in convertible? Yeah. How about sides convertible? Several. Discontinuing year. It's pretty amazing. So there's a twenty eighteen model, but there won't be any nineteen. EPA regulations they were skirting or. What wait, what are you were company self VW was. Yeah. Yeah, they have. There was some reporting issues really. Actually. They had the scandal, pay me. Pay for that? Yeah, with EPA. Right. Go back probably did. You're right. That's a, that's a good remembrance. One point, two billion dollar penalty. Well, for manipulating the. The right the reports for the the emissions. It was fascinating because they keep an eye on those Germans. Man, you gotta keep an eye on. They have a pass that you're referring to somehow. I'm just telling you just keep an eye on German. Yeah, Yep. Don't under- keep them out of the military. Keep them out of the car manufacturer specific. I mean. We talked about talk about VW skirting the regulations, and then the other day I talked about the, they're recalling the GM cars have the seatbelt issue, right? That spark fire now belt can catch on fire. Remember for that story. What in the world? Yeah, they were. Yeah, we just did that this week. Yeah. Oh, that was their Jeffey segment. That's why. Yes. Listen, I'm okay with that actually. And if you'd like leave like wasn't supposed to that, but now they're recalling another million pickup trucks and SUV's due to a steering defect caused by a software glitch. And what company is this General Motors? Again, the defect has been linked to thirty crashes. It's caused by a software malfunction with the power steering module. So the vehicles all lose electric power steering. And so drivers are freaking out the cause. Can you not steer it at all or I'll get more difficult to steer. Well, I mean. I mean, I don't know that you could actually fear it with what it's like without power steering car. Yes, but it's not as bad as cars that have power steering and then don't write that's you can't even s for sure. Can't really even. Craig linked to get barely make it move labor. That is some good stuff while it's so that's the problem. Right? That's a problem. They have last year, don't forget about the five million vehicles that had to keep from being able to turn off the cruise control that software Fiats were driving. People would have the cruise control on and then it wouldn't shut off what is going on. Could have come on now that we had this done by now to Ben like one hundred years. It's been one hundred twenty years of auto manufacturing, right? No way. Did we get this New York Covault baby, Donna in New York? Well, big frog one. Oh, nine point. Nine. Jersey. That's right. John giants, giants fan, I. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. You gotta think about it a little bit, but yeah. All right, Donna. We're gonna ask four questions if you don't know the answer, just take a guess, and you can't ask anyone for help. Okay. Hitting. Serious completely guys. All right. Question number one, finish this well, known phrase. The doctor gave me a clean Bill of cow. Yes. See that advantage of thought is a number two. The package delivery company UPS primarily uses which color on their trucks and uniforms Brown. Known that nobody knows. All right. Colin capper. Nick was an NFL quarterback for which team. Nobody remembers. The county. No, it was the Ferguson Fergie's. Oh, there's no way you're gonna. Don't feel. All right. Question four. Subtle. Did you get that. Who lives and sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue. The monsters monsters. I agree with that, but you are a stickler of you don't. It's actually mayor mccheese and the monsters, but we're close. Right? I really close that. I wanted to give it to you, but the judges are saying no, about. No, dammit. Oh, all right. Well, we're going to send you the home version of our game, psychically, and I just did thanks for playing. Pet, shall we talk about how this game works? Yes. Okay. We show so win. The lady gives wrong answer. The right answer is never the answer. They gave you see what the munsters she, she actually thought she got that right answer was mayor mccheese did. The munsters. So she just got her on a technicality. If you just knew that there's Yemane mckee's was freeloading out of the attic right. I mean, I wanted to give it. Those those judge doesn't happen. The judge was. Believe that the munsters do actually live there. No, I won't won't have believe neither of the contestants. Sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue both clearly from here so well, at least a Antoni thought it was the mayor. He knew at least. Address? Yes, it was a big address. He was supposed to know supposed to down. It's like. Like I got no idea. Idea. No, the trucks are Brown. I know that I always kinda surprised how will they all delivers stop at the stroke. So they I mean everybody everybody around but deliver stuff yet. Always there those. I mean you see those every all right. So where are we score wise here? Right now we're at halftime. Dallas, four, the New York Giants, three, four, three Dallas Cowboys triple eight, nine hundred thirty. Three ninety. Three more on trivia continues coming up. Pat gray on the blaze radio network. Thou to pet gray on the blaze radio network. More at trivia continues, we hope to get the third quarter. I'd love to get a great quarter. It'd be at least three quarter, we'll. I'll call it at halftime. If I have to four to three again. So we have to call it at halftime a Cowboys. Victor, absolutely. That's comfortable with that because I, I don't see that happening. When does it become an official game Commissioner? Like in baseball, you get five innings in and its Gable and a half. When we when we call it. So we get one phone call. It's an official game if we decide, is that what you're saying? Correct. Okay. All right. All right. So we're looking for it contestant in. Look, we're going to get to, right. So if we if we only get one contestant we can't get that second one in we gotta back it off the halftime, right? That's right. So right now the Cowboys are looking looks like Cowboys does and k, which I'm okay with. Did you see the the Julie Chen sign off on big brother? I guess it was last night. Yeah, it was last night. I think big brother's on this. Thursday's fifth season of that show believe it's still on the league. But Julie Chen is the host. Her husband is less as she's still doing a couple of shows former head of CBS. So she's on CBS. She signed off with a like a subtle. I think it was a subtle support for her husband thing because she said, I'm Julie, Chen moon vez. Oh. So I don't think she's ever done that. I never watched the show. So I. But I bet she hadn't, but I think that's a little support for her ver- order husband and with her with her fellow compatriots on the talk, which is like the view, just on a different channel. That's a second show. She does. Yes, she does to show CBS. She does big brother and she does the talk, right? Okay. Will they were all bashing less move as the other day? So it's going to be interesting when she goes back to that show how she handled that. That'd be interesting to see. That might be a fun show to while. I've never watched a single. Who's on it? I I the only reason I can is because I saw I saw clips of when they were bad mouthing less moon and one of them is the daughter from the Roseanne show. Oh, yeah. Oh, that's right. Yeah. Yes, I do know this stupid show. She is nasty. Loved her Roseanne. We'll just leave it there. Yeah, sociation there. I don't know where nasty came from. I don't think it is something else. I'm good. Thinking of kale for a sec. We've talked about it yesterday. CBS is going to be. I don't know. Got some changes coming that going to affect that network big. I mean, those guys that have all left now were guys who made that network, what it is. Yeah, and, and we're moving forward to make it even bigger with some of the ideas that were coming down the pipe now that they're gone. Good luck. I know it's going to be saying they shouldn't be gone at all. I'm just saying that those were the guys that it would be nice if they were gone after due process. That's all I'm saying, give them their day in court or at least let them defend themselves for a while. Don't just because you've been accused you're gone SIA to say, you don't get to come out and say, well, I'd like to have no, right. I don't even the seemingly sitter. The the news. Pointing done triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three we got newer in Dallas. I know you're newer than what. Ever before. Have you newer? We're gonna ask you four quick questions if that's all right. If if you don't know the answer, just taking guests and you can't ask anybody for any help. Okay. Okay. All right. Question number one. Finish this well known phrase, they are worth a dime. Blink, they're worth a dime. What. What was your. Right? We're you're our customer. So you could be a winner, newer, come, man. You're gonna finish the phrase, they're worth a Dina. Is. Very good. They're worth a dime. A rhyme is the phrase diamond. So if you rhyme you get a dime charge. The guy for ninety for the package mokes and come back to us. Let's go. All right. Are you with us question ever to nowhere hurricanes are measured on a scale of one to. Hurricanes are measured one to what below. One. One to one point two can't give that to you. I wish we could just. We're just doing exact. Customers just take a second here. How many. Some of this like you guys, you're what you said, you play the game. So we have some customers to you're one of them how many kings are in a typical deck of cards, newer. How many king. Cards. Yes, in a deck of cards. Kings. Yeah, three, three. Three point one, four. Points down for newer. Just one more and then the moral done newer, it's go back to Selma smokes. No problem question ever. Four name a clown famous for selling hamburgers. Yeah. Mcdonald's clown. Right? We, we can really clown didn't. The restaurant. Thanks. Go, go help your customers. We're going to say. Version of our games, psychically justed it's we were looking for Wendy, the clown when he didn't get. So we're still. Dallas still four, three dollars. Commissioner. I mean, the man what's going on. New York. So we're just back off the halftime for just a second anyway. This is really exciting, who is it q. Q, are you there. Hi, q. Welcome. Are you there house under space today, q q. No. Can you hear us do to. Q., hey, queue. Are you there. Okay. Okay. We're gonna ask you for quick questions. If you don't know the answer. Just take a guess. You can't ask anybody for any help. Okay? Okay. All right. All right. Question number one. Finish this well knows well known phrase for us. They are worth a dime a link. They're worth a dime. What. Thing? My no good. How your your question you don't understand me meeting fifteen minutes. Is it gives Cullum in fifteen minutes. Is that what he said? What he said? Do you said yes. He said, yes, this is going to be bad for New York. Working, they're worth a dime a million. That's what we're looking for. A dime, a million hurricanes are measured on a scale one to he's he's gone. That's it. Man. Oh, that's it. Four fifth quarter. I think he was. Zero points anyway, that quarter. Hello. I'm looking ahead my my spider senses tingling, q. wasn't gonna end a lot of correct question not a lot. Of course, we have a lot of questions. Believes in q. and he's like semi. McDonald's? No, he wouldn't well might have known the restaurant. He wouldn't have known clown that represents the restaurant. Was that Wendy clown? Thick of, yeah, it's grimace climates the purple clown. Yeah, really? Good, really, really good. Love that clown. 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I mean, we wanted to make it easy and nobody knows military. All right. Is so stupid. What do you mean. You know, we, we're electing socialists all over the country, and this is at a time when socialism is doing super well. I mean all over the world, everybody's, everybody's thriving. Socialism look at Venezuela, look at Argentina. I mean, even in the in the Nordic countries, they're they're having a great time with their healthcare situation there. The UK and they're socialist system is going really well. Statistics indicate the cancer patients being treated by Great Britain's national health service. The NHS are being subjected to wait times outside the recommended limit of sixty two days from referral to first treatment. Now, we're told that doesn't happen. We were just told. This is a great system. It's a number one system in the world according to research patients who are diagnosed quickly and begin treatment within sixty two days or far more likely to complete treatment with positive results. In other words, live and England has a stated goal of ensuring that at least eighty five percent of all patients referred to specialists received their first treatment within that window. However, that goal has not been met since December of two thousand fifteen. Just like everybody else, bad mouth and socialism, you always bring up a few countries that aren't doing it right that have done it wrong, Jerry Pickens, right. Thank you. Cheering view place. Trees done it. You're right. You're keep allies onto the debt. I can start keeping a list under the desk here. You know, we have all of all the great things Trump is done. It's practically illegible, but there's probably about two dozen great things here. I bet I could have a similar list down here. All the great socialist countries. Found the list of all the rich socialist country. Okay. It's right here. You wanna hold that up for the camera. All the list of they are here. Their front and back. Yeah, it looks like a small thing, but it's front and back and my handwriting. I understand the difficult. Oh, yeah. Let me let me do this like the. Fact confirmed. From the high level source at the NSA I led you wrong CIA the NC double a. it's a high level source at the NC double a.. Otherwise couldn't do that. I've gotta leave with my mistakes. I only handed you part one, the rest of this. That's why a so Dan. Socialist? Exactly. There we go. Anyway. I mean, there's last year they're only twenty eight thousand patients that waited longer than two months. An eleven thousand patients waited longer than three months. Okay, big deal. While that trend appears to have continued as a numbers for June and July show that under eighty percent of patients began treatment in under sixty two days. So I mean, this is going really well for the knitting. This story about of deaths. Yeah, would it would also betcha there? There's no way probably tell this now, but the life span how how much they were shortened by not getting the care needed as as prescribed by the medical professionals. But we had that story a couple of weeks ago and I think it was from Sweden, right? It was. It was a Swedish story about the woman who was just diagnosed, and then she was told by the way. We'll we'll do surgery in a year. Good. Yeah. So she was like, good. Okay. I found out to really bad things. I wasn't sure which to be more afraid of the cancer or that it had to wait a year to get the surgery. Can I tell you what I tell you until you happen to make it, but then they'll though, but then we got some, we got an angry guy from Canada who said his mom was treated really well and everything went fine. And that's what carries. Senate said, you know, some people probably haven't, but many have, I would venture to say many, and I'm totally going out on a limb here that more people have died at the hands of socialized medicine than died in that hurricane in Puerto Rico. Okay. Oh, that's an easy. So if the if the press would like to go out of their way to make a big deal out of the deaths and Puerto Rico, why don't you do an indepth study when that actually looks at the effects that your dream plan of socialized cares had on the world? I wonder how many millions of people have died at the hand of depending on government of any size to take care of them. We're gonna look this up. I hope there's a study out there. Dared to do it, find it. We're gonna find out, find Keith. Donkey, we'll share the information. I'm gonna find it when you find me, don't challenge them. All right. Now I want you to find it. To dare you to Charlie dead. Right? Well, yeah. I mean, that's how many times is Britain done that Alfie Evans. At least twice. We know. Billy Billy. There's three. Okay. Back in two thousand fourteen member, Steve. Not good. But find it. I challenge you now. I dare you Keith. Who can I can't. I don't think he can't can't find the problem. You can't find it. This. Let's hear it. What do you have? Okay, four glad. Smarty pants. What do you have? Forty, five thousand fewer people would die in the US. Oh my gosh. So this saying, okay, I'll get back to you. Let me do my own math over here. Eighteen that answer. We dared him to and he has found it yet. So whatever, whatever I wanna give a right answer because I'm serious. I would like to know. People. That's why I'm Gary. Okay. We'll find out man. Parents in verte. New Jersey are outraged over a local middle school teachers lesson which happened on Tuesday. You know a day Tuesday was September eleventh que they skipped over the terrorist attack. Didn't talk about that. Instead they focused on the plight of an imaginary Muslim boy named Osama of God. Isn't that great. That's great. It's a good day to do a little imaginary boy named Osawa. Let's let's give you a Muslim child and we'll say his name is Ozama on nine. Eleven. So Ed O'Rourke that's bears a former US marine and his wife Jodi were a little upset when their daughters, sixth grade teacher at Glen meadow middle school assigned a story titled my name is, oh, some for students to read on September eleventh and his daughter described it to to her parents over dinner. The story tells a made up account of an Iraqi immigrant boy named Osama who faces tons of terrorists in school. By several students who tell tell him is mother who wears a hit job has a bag on her head after pushing back against his tormentors. The boy is suspended from school for fighting so tormented. Jeffey a well, why the hate why the though. Okay. I'm sorry. Defending himself against the taunts brat. Those Americans, these Christians. I got it. I'm sorry. Story included. No mention of ideology behind those who carried out the nine eleven attacks, which Aurora thought should have been a part of it. He said, I thought it was a joke at first. I couldn't believe it. It would be like on a day about the holocaust doing a made up lesson about a boy named Adolf being bullied by Jewish kids. Amen. What a great analogy, the no kidding. Wow. And then saying we shouldn't blame all Germans or don't pick on the poor kid named Adolf on Jewish holidays, eighty colon grotesque, and it is he's right, but this is the kind of stuff we get in the schools. This is what we get now because they're little indoctrination camps. Now they're just little propaganda areas for. Progressivism if and Postmodernism if I were to have my kids in that school, that teacher would no longer be my children's. Oh, me too. I, I'd be pulling my child out of the school system. Of course. Obviously, it's easy for a home schooler. Say that I know that and home school. Everybody can't do that. Not everybody can know the. I know that I, I understand, but still I'd find jer. Yeah, I didn't say pull them out of the school, right? You can pull them out of that class. Find another could not teach much Philomena that school find another school for them, whatever. But you don't just take that because if that outrageous, if that is actually a, you know, some sort of small curriculum that she's teaching, what there's other things that she's throwing in there. You know she is talking about it because it happens every day. Yep, this is what they do little nation. I mean, do you have a good day? Yep, we just did a regular schoolwork some homework to do. Okay. Yeah, we all we all stood up and talked about how bad it is to to hate hate Muslims today. We do it every day. Okay. Well, that's right, but I'm on eight all not. We don't want people right. It's just it just drives me crazy. What we hear all the time. It'll be fine, fine, fine. See, keep going Tripoli. We looked into it and we found that it was a misunderstanding right through the students. And the teacher didn't mean for it to actually be Osama, but that's the way it worked out. So pretty specific, I know. But we didn't mean. Didn't have to make him from Iraq. They understood. All right. Losing weight and keeping it off is difficult. We all know that. And when you get to a certain age for Jeffy was eighteen months, it becomes a real struggle ever since eighteen months. It's been really a. I mean it's been downhill for you since then, right. I mean before that it was downhill slide, but yes, ever since that for sure, eighteen months it was because what did you wait to fifty? Three hundred eighteen months months. Yeah, I remember. I just remember he bills. I remember the parents bringing in a new scale, which means probably was over. Probably over three. When they started weighing you at the truck stocks, that's when you knew that there was an issue. I was five years old, but for bringing thanks for bringing that up a pretty. Well, there's something there's something that will help you in this effort. Yes, it's called reduce own our idea. D z. o. n. e. reduce own. It's a safe and natural FDA acknowledged dietary supplement. They took the good stuff in olive oil. This has only a which has been shown to boost metabolism and it reduces appetite. So if you've been struggling with losing weight and nothing is worked, try this and see what happens order it now at radio dot com. When you enter the promo code Pat, you'll get thirty percent off at three months apply. It's red zone dot com promo code Pat for thirty percent off three months, apply ridges on dot com. You're listening to Pat gray on the blaze radio network. Pat gray. All right. So Keith, I believe. Thinks he found something here on this. On the death rate for national nationalized healthcare as opposed to our system right. Let's see. London's Imperial College. An organization provide the provides comprehensive information on UK hospitals. The NHS had the worst death rate figures of seven countries, including Canada Holland, Japan and the US wants the death rate was adjusted to take into account the different health systems. England's level was twenty two percent higher than the average of all seven countries and fifty eight percent higher than the best country. Now, who is the best country pets? One is the best country for health care. The death rates Cuba. Cuba is your guests. Just kind of collapse. That's unfair going with Cuba Cuba. Okay. It's actually some place called the United stat tests? No stay state states United. A little cloudy where that. Status is. Key says it's United. But how would you know that kinda heard of it? I think lower life expectancy, two years less than the UK millions of uninsured people. Oh, yeah. I mean, so they throw that in after they say the lowest. But we also have millions of uninsured people who struggle to find healthcare affects for you. If you want to finding was combustible, read the highlighted scope there. Well, the bulk. The bulk over fifty two thousand Canadians travel abroad every year. Yeah, I talked about this the other to pay out of pocket for healthcare, why? So they don't have to wait in the Florida in the wintertime, that's fifty, two thousand travel medical overseas in order to pay out of pocket, roughly two and a half percent of all female deaths in Canada are a direct result of long wait times for healthcare every year between twenty five hundred and three thousand women are dying from the inevitable bureaucratic slowdowns. In other words, the superior single payer system is killing thousands of citizens who weren't dying before the nationalized healthcare. Wait times in Sweden are seventy five percent longer than Canada. So a direct relationship predicts the three point, three percent mortality rate. But because mortality rates rise quickly as wait times increase, we can expect them to grow more than the seventy five percent estimated here. It's likely that far more people are dying across Europe solely because they can't access their free healthcare system fast enough. There you go and the United States had the best rate. Yeah, look, we run insured. We already. We already knew this and seriously. When you talk about the Canadians and that story I, I lived in Florida. That wasn't because the snowbirds didn't come from Canada to Florida specifically for the sun. Although that was a bonus. Yeah, because of the winter in Canada for healthcare. You're darn right. They did big time doctors and local hospitals use that for a number of ways to make money. Come on, come on in, we'll take area. We'll mazing. Yeah, but there's millions of people without healthcare that are uninsured here in America and they're dying in the streets and they're in the streets piles of dead people. Oh, you're laying all over America series in the mean streets come to bear here. Right. Well, well, the mainstream originally, I thought that was gunfire. From lack of care. They don't have healthcare and they just fall over dead. A lot of them are dead so misrepresented. The fear I did, I did it was I can admit it now because I saw a shamed of the United stat this that we didn't have health care for all you know. And so I I made up the gun I made up the gunfire, right? The original population of Helena, Montana. It's about, you know, in the city itself, it's about thirty thousand people. Politics areas, maybe sixty five or seventy thousand believe some fifty to seventy dollars somewhere in there. It used to be before people lacked healthcare. The way they do it used to be over seven million people in Helena, Montana, what seven million people. They're all dead now except for the thirty th how did you died. I'm just a healthy person kills the black hills call the black right. The bodies and just move the bodies come up, call it the black. You do realize that the black hills are not located. Yeah, I do that. We're going to bury dead bodies in your own state, didn't you're gonna move them all to KOTA as where they'll take him. Be rough, but they're not no go right. Thank you. Let's go to David, Ohio. Hey, Dave, you're on the blaze. How you doing Pat Quainton for you? Do you trust your government know? Well, then like a lot of people ask the same question to the well the, why would you put him in charge of your health care if you don't trust them? Right? You've got to like well like, okay, and there's so many different directions. You can go to explain why why? I believe it's wrong and you're not government charge of that, but it tends to go and everything healthcare is not just, you know, my have a cold or my heart or my or my leg. It's mental now too, you know, and then you can go. And so we different directions with the way. The kids are these. Today's with stress factor that they go through in college. These elite schools where they, you know freedom of speech zones while the little area and you can talk, you know what I mean either so many different direct. But when you put the government charge of that in some of the crazy stuff you hair to some of these people's mouth. I mean, this is just it's, it's like Pandora's box. You're open up and you never closed because, well, now we have to, and then it's a wedge issue to just like. Social security. Well, you know, if you don't vote for us, they're going to take your social security away or they're going to cut like they've been doing for years anyway. Right? So security, the big ally, like, you know, basically I paid in for thirty years and then I died before I collect that money, go to my family. No, we just keep it Gordon. Gordon, there's so many different directions. Why you shouldn't trust the government. And I mean, but you some people that will just blatantly say this, and it usually tends to be really rich people say I trust the government. Yeah, because you really have to deal with that. You have enough money to be self sufficient by your own doctor. You know what I mean? You don't have them as Mandalay rich people. They have a good day guys. All right. Thanks for shit. It's true. It's a great. It's a great question because how many, how many Americans actually trust the government? Not very many. I would venture to say that over the last eight years, that number has dropped dramatically now, I would think so. Yeah. Yeah. And now the Democrats don't trust the government either because Trump is at the head of it. So what are you going to entrust them with healthcare now? Since really. Right. Okay. Well, that's kind of stupid about know how about not. Let's not do that. Look at the VA and the situation with government healthcare, and that's a perfect example because some people, a number of people do get good health care at the VA and many people don't. Right. I mean, that's the argue any with with the with the UK with Canada, is that of my mom got great coverage all the time. And I, I am an example of my father-in-law gets, you know, he's been taking care of VA great. But the last ten years has been downgraded. There's a little bit as always every time he goes. It's not quite as good as it was before, really quite as good as it was before. And so when I hear the stories of people that have that have had horrific treatment and care, it doesn't surprise me at all. Yeah, it doesn't surprise. Sickening really, but there are people who do have gotten good things from the VA. Yes, just like people in the UK just like in Canada, but the overall picture is not good. Yeah, and it's it's not. So I mean, look, look what they did with mail service. I mean, the the post office is what four billion dollars short every year or something. That's why that's why I wanted to be. I wanna be postmaster general. Life is post post. I could run that place. Could you. Oh, I do want to be the postmaster gyms because it'd be a cool gig. I want to be able to say I've postmaster general. Okay. Interesting. Found a job where you're probably not expected to do much. I think that's the motivation here title. Title here. What does the postmaster general do like we should find out like, well, what are the duties of postmaster general running a service into the ground? Yeah, and they've done a really good job of that. They've done it really. I mean, you look at the at at the DMV for instance, you want those wait times when you're really sick, because what going to? Yes, what you're gonna get a lot worse. That's a good example of what's going to happen. Yeah. When you're perfectly healthy, you sit there and wait for two and a half hours. How about when you're bleeding death of an emergency room, you want to sit there and wait, right? I don't think so. Yeah. Triple eight. Nine hundred thirty three ninety. Three more Pat gray unleashed coming up. Pat gray, the blaze radio network. They. At grade is here on the please radio network, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety three. This is interesting. This is story right up your alley, Chevy. Sweatshirt would sweatshirts Ben removed from the clothing site revolving revolve revolve revolve. Yeah, following public outrage over it's toxic fat phobic message. The message of course is being fat is not beautiful. It's an excuse. I still open. Right. Shut it down the sweatshirt and question designed by the Los Angeles based label. LP is emblazoned with a quote, being fat is not beautiful, is an excuse a photo of a slim model wearing the controversial sweatshirt quickly went viral. Many people, including model and body positively activists. There's about especially blasted the sweatshirt. They've just put the one. Overweight model on the cover of the the one magazine that's. Oh yeah, and that's beautiful and great and love it is it is you're talking about right. Mike off putting you on the cover of a magazine in Speedo or something. Would that be beautiful. You didn't have the audience for that imagery man? Yes. Yes, I'm comfortable in my skin. Okay. Okay. Nobody else's comfortable with. No one. Yeah, that's the big fight, not right. There's plenty of fight to go around on that for sure. And you know, project runway again, last year did that with the the plus size models, they're really, really hustle. You say, pushing that down our throats and making that making that an issue notice that it's it's everywhere. Really prevalent all over the place. It is. It is. It is just that. That's great. I love it. I think it's great. Why not? That's just like with the the trans movement. Beautiful. Yes. Oh my gosh. There's no more beautiful. Do we have the photo of the woman who's running for governor? Oh, she is so beautiful in Vermont, Hoti absolutely vote for her. She lows beautiful women on this planet. Oh, my goodness, power. Good. Tell me she's not beautiful. Go ahead. I'll slap you dead. We did the story about the trans, the trans person who had the trouble at the Bank because the the teller when she called in and said, I'd like to move some money and they thought that it was a male sounding voice wouldn't do help. They fired that the back down. I hope they fired. Good. Good. It was, you know it was a basing Pat because she had to go in and and prove that she's right in America. In America. She had to. I think I don't think this was an America, so good. America's just makes people that's what America does. Well, we shut that website down and they, they stop selling this shirt, so we're learning good. We're learning good in America. Even on that issue, we're learning on it. There's a, there's a video. It should be posted, Chris, that may in the morning, blaze pile of the the Panama City beach city council. And the guy it appears that he's joking because one of the people is a female there, but he talks about not hiring fat people to save money. What. Video because they're talking about how to save money on hiring a new person. Ono Honey. I've seen is in the very, very stroke to horrible, just horrible. People that aren't fat, don't smoke and all get pregnant. And yet what you could say was money, please. Laugh. You're failing. Joking around with. Collar in the budget. No part of a job w. Yeah, there's melts on the budget. Color? Yeah, thank you. Thank you for not around. I'm not playing test, not playing here. Okay. You see, you can't say things like that. The United States of America not industrialized country. Can you say that now you should be able to and you should not be able to know what is wrong. It's wrong wrong people that it's wrong. I don't know. It's going to be wrong after we're done with today show, then it'll be wrong for the for the weekend at least. Well, it's run for other people. It's not rather for us right. RAV is my friend. Is wrong. Fisher just said, quote, wrong is wrong. The quote of. That one forever. True. It's just that you don't know that too. That's I may have a different definition of wrong. I, it's possible. It's possible. Yeah, that's a possibility. I'm gonna play something that's Oso. Right. And that's Cynthia Nixon's concessions. Thank you that you read you earlier. It's tremendous. Now it'll it'll win you over, won. The race is over, but here's what she says. Wish you to one. Just the campaign. This is a movement. That we are building and just about one candidate or one election, it is about offering a vision way. Things could work. Only we have the leader and Louis and the political courage to make it a reality. This race for the democratic nomination over the fight for the soul of the Democratic Party is just beginning. That's stinking chilling lie of that is chilling. She's right. She's big time. Hundred percent. She believes that the and it's true. I mean, it's obvious the soul of the democrat party is being. Taken over by socialists. It's already happened. I think we really do exactly example, an example one on top of the other that that has happened. Yeah, it's already happened. I mean, it's that horses out of the past absolutely socialist now, and some of them, many of them are proud of it. They're happy about it. They're unabashed. They're not ashamed. They're proud of it. They're fine with it. So good luck with that. You know, look, that's been moving that way right? Because now we have, we have so many. We have a number of people who are either democrat and they they, they still still go with democrat, but they're not really Democrats, and the Republicans aren't really Republicans anymore. That's because the Democrats to Republicans again for the socialists, right? Yeah, it really is true. But I'd rather have that discussion though. I'd rather have them out in the open with their socialism then being closet. Socialist, like a, you know, Brock Obama, Hillary Clinton, it doesn't matter. It still get support does if Beto has fighting chance in Texas. Yeah, we're in real trouble just the fact that he's even on the radar here. I know. But the the fact that he's in the real clear politics average. He's he's only down three point, two percent to Ted Cruz a guy with socialist policies, a guy who wants universal healthcare, a guy who wants universal income, a guy who wants universal free education. Wow, Texas got done having a big fundraiser in New York. By the way going, they have a big fundraiser party in Austin coming up shortly. Hosted by Willie Nelson? No. Yeah. And I know there are a number of fans. I just read a story about probably there's a number of fans that are really pissed at Willie over that. Oh, yeah, they're, I mean, they're pissed good. They should be should Willie. Obviously, you know, obviously Williams been leaning that way for liberal but to actually come out and support like that. Yeah, it's bad. Have a nice day. Everybody, you know what? It's amazing how everybody's willing to just just crack their supporters, right in half. Yeah, I know. Yeah, I know they don't care. I know. So I guess you're ideology is more important to you? The money, so. Okay, whatever? Yeah. Okay. We after they've made them crying to me though after you're not, you know, as rich as you once were. Yeah, he probably doesn't care about that right after they've made. It's fine. Yep. Kathy and Georgia, you're on the blaze high. I wanted to give you perspective on Chelsea Clinton's comments on abortion. How dangerous they will be because all these people are going to die. And the reason I'm giving you my perspective is I'm giving away my age. I graduated from high school in sixty four. I know what life was like back then. And my number one comment is number one back then you didn't want anybody to know you had sex before marriage. And so therefore you were forced to do this, that or the other. And now I'm antiabortion. I'm not saying I, in fact, I had my last my third child in nineteen seventy two before the enacted itself, but I did know one instance where I worked at a Bank after after school and a girl didn't show up because she apparently was pregnant and tried the coathanger thing, and they were either frayed of their parents knowing more their parents had money and and the doctors that were willing to do it. They were good doctors, but you had to pay out the zoo. Those stories still happen today, though that hasn't changed. Children are children are having babies in the bathroom and leaving them in the toilet and having babies and living in the dumpsters. And they had we've rewritten laws so that children can drop off babies at fire stations without giving a name without saying how old it is without saying their name because we wanna make sure that they have the child. So that problem really has still ongoing. So we ever really solved abortion correct. And also back when it started, was it seventy three or seventy? Four? You had an abortion at two, three months into it not three days before it's supposed to be born, right? And plus I believe, you know, it's at conception. It's a person that other people, you know, it doesn't seem like it in the first or second. Since I've been pregnant three times, it doesn't seem like there's anything in there. But how can they do this? And just kill these babies? And, and that's not non-christian. I know it's amazing county back then. It was not a big people nowadays. They don't care, you know? Yeah, I'm pregnant, but you know, our choices, you can give it away. There's a lot of people out there that can't have babies that want one, seven million. Seven million parents who are seeking a babies that can't have them and want to adopt. So it's girls supposed to do just wait nine months. Well, yeah, matter of it's not convenient for me. That's right now what it is. It's not a, it's my right as a woman bull crap now, that's just not right. That's not right. But I wanted to give you somebody from the perspective that I knew what women were thinking, then they were not. They shouldn't have been doing it. You know what I mean? Care of your choice to do it or not do it, you know? And, but I mean, it's ridiculous to think that they have a right to kill these babies. Thanks. Thanks a lot. Kathy predate it. I mean, I agree with the abortion part, but the whole naughty thing. Questionable, is it? Yeah. That I grew with going naughty. Okay. So you kind of agree with Brock that nine year old, nine years old and six years old teach you teach them. First of all about us and morals morals, you know, but then then, but you know, come hot. They make a mistake, they make a mistake that's not wait. If they make a mistake, I thought you're going to teach them about values at morals. It's a little more than a mistake. My friend, I don't want them punish with the baby. The baby right one them punish with Estee an s. t. d. at the age of sixteen, I don't want to punish. So good. That's look. He laid the groundwork there though. Right? Yeah. Morals and values is like we play Chelsea. Again, she lays groundwork all I'm gonna unleash the badging, right? But exact my Christian. Really. Okay. Bickel these people are despicable. All right. Let me tell you about something else that is despicable. There are thieves that are working right now to potentially steal your home title and mortgage, and they can do it pretty easily. The people at home tied a lock in order. Show me how easy this was basic, went online and got my title and transferred for transferred it over to a Texas quick title deed, and then forged my signature in fifteen minutes. So had they been thieves they would have owned by house. They could've taken out alone against my equity, which we've been paying now for, you know, six years in the prices have only got up in Texas, so there's some equity there before bucks. Yeah, probably four or five dollars a little bit more than that. Maybe in some cases it could be hundreds of dollars for. Yeah, or they could just sell your home out from under you. I mean, it's really a big problem and and worse than identity theft, you know the normal kind where they get your credit card number or something because there's a lot more money at stake here. And there's no Bank. There's no identity program. There's no insurance that can protect you from this, but there is home titled do what. I did sign up at home tied lock. They'll put a barrier around your mortgage and around your title. And so if they detect any sort of tampering with it, they shut it down immediately you can find out right now if you're already a victim of title fraud, get your search for free when you sign up at home titled dot com. That's home tidal lock dot com. Pat gray unleashed. As radio network. Pat gray returns on the blaze radio network. Welcome. In that I heart media, biggest radio broadcaster is buying a podcast and company. Did we mention that I heart is essentially clear channel. They just change your name. The bought stuff media. The podcast company that makes how stuff works. Okay. It's really cool. Yeah. But if you were part of stuff media yesterday today today, even gobbled up by the empire. By the empire. Yeah, four fifty, five million dollars. Not that for the stuff. People not bad for the stuff. People at all, not bad. Why couldn't we have been the stuff people, right? It's always good for where we wind good for them. Look, they were producing a good product and you know, well, well, we're to an iheart saw that, but I thought I heard was bankrupt well, close to it up. Over leveraged. Over leveraged jiffy word? No. Obviously they got fifty five million in the back pocket. They could pay for stuff cast gray, so it's great graduation stuff. You will be assimilated by the Borg, right. We'll be assimilated right next and it's going to be called how stuff works the way clear to and want you to. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety. Three ended. Pat unleashed on Twitter. And of course we've got a football weekend coming up here where I'm pretty excited. I'm a little nervous a lot nervous. A more scared and frightened out of my mind about the game. Tomorrow could be ugly. Could. Could be. I don't want it to be. Obviously, I. Just doesn't go with what the oldest quarterback in college football ever know the eldest. What twenty twenty-five. He's twenty five years old. Yes, he is. What does that matter though? No difference difference. They're slammed to BYU all it is and to the Mormons how it is. That's all it is. All it drives me insane. Me in say, you went on a two year mission and he I don't even think he breast red-shirted, but he went on a mission. He, yes, they like to say this all the time. The guy was in an elite eleven quarterback in high school with James Winston who's, but NFL for three years, four years thirty or something like that. And he's still go. He's a fifth year senior now, so, but what difference does that make zero slim? If he's, I don't know if somehow super talented and you know, he's matured to the point where he's. Aaron Rodgers and he's in college, you know, maybe maybe maybe could make thing out of that, but obviously hasn't played to that level. So what do you even make an a lot of layers. Just a slam. It's just there's backhanded slam every time. People think they're going to be good. They talk about their age, but the the way that BYU has played, especially last week Wisconsin. Could defeat them quite a bit by quite a bit. Wisconsin could be BYU by quite a bit. Possibly. It's possible possible. I would say that's possible. Yes. There could be a long ride home, they don't. They will. Well, if they don't play the best game, any of them I've ever played. Yeah, it'll be I wanted to because I'm not a huge fan of Wisconsin, Wisconsin. I mean, they're, they're getting all kinds of I know credit now I I don't like Wisconsin a little bit. There's there's a guy plays at two years ago. Last twenty six. What is that. Diversity orangeburg South Carolina guys, fifty five years old. Here's senior play quarterback, gay. Forty year guessing he didn't. Wind up in college playing college football eligible eligibility left. I think he went to work. I forgot the story a while since I read it, but. Son, that's cool is on the team as well. So I think he was playing. I think what I do remember that story. Yeah, but the, you know, the, I think I heard about your that Brandon Weeden was like twenty eight, right, right, right. It was still twenty mission, right? So that's right. Yeah, because we son was a sixth year senior. I mean, everybody's called him an old man. Elvis was forty five. Five, twenty five went to the NFL newspapers. Columbia were, you know, all the old man takes the field. I mean, that's part of the deal that they're back and slam to BYU all it drives me crazy. Yeah, but yeah, and Missouri taken up do this weekend. So I mean, the boy. Okay. We should be able to defeat those guys. The next week I'm concerned about who they have the next week all. Now they're going to get pummeled by Georgia talking about my Heisman Trophy drew lock quarterback like that you get is going to go to Georgia. They're gonna get pummeled with when they go to. Missouri does not have a way to beat Georgia. Georgia is probably the one of the best teams of the country. The only team in the country that can compete with Alabama Lutely. Yeah, Alabama, Clemson, Georgia defeats them. I mean, Alabama. Now with this new with this quarterback this off more Tagaloa vilo. They haven't had a really good quarterback like that in a long time. So this is made them almost unstoppable. Almost unstoppable just good because when the one, no like, well, since last season, it's been last season since they want things, so. All right. We'll see. Pat gray unleashed on the blaze radio network.

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THE SUNDAY SERVICE - 08 - 30 - 2020

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Anything. And that's why they take care of that. But I will tell you what there is a save buffer a distance. A disconnect between US I do enjoy looking at very corrupt superheroes. Because that's more real to me because I know how I would be if I have. I mean everybody to be honest with themselves. Sure. I did enjoy the concept so much that I said last year. Twenty nineteen when the first season came out. I said you know what? I'm going to go out and say, this is my favorite superhero property at this moment and I love the social commentary a love the characters I love the adult approach to it, and now we have season two. Coming very quickly. Yeah. They green lit them. They they. They're already working on I. Think they knew what they had. Yeah. Special Yeah. Yeah. Shit the cast was about to get out and go home and and they got to the door. Turnaround take. Season to. Be Locked. Karl urban no shave. Yeah Man. That's one of the things that have me worried. You know I mean for you know with anything part one. Origin story is always the better instance of capturing lightning in a bottle was always it's all the surprises. All horizon you have all the reveals young. And you know. Just a lot of times. It's just they just can't capture the magic what made it work before. and. They did this quick like Dan you know especially when you feel like you're rushing something like the quality is not going to be on the same level as it was before it can't be you just did it too damn fast. Well, that is a big fairmont with this. The boy season two along with the other things, concerns and I mentioned. But we have to watch it to actually make. A true evaluation and we can't say that we can judge completely. No we haven't seen the whole season but we were we were fortunate enough to get three episodes. Before this premiers on on Friday and Those three episodes would be available to you to also so you have to wait three weeks. You'll get see what we see but before then we're going to go ahead and give our review. Of this and as we said butcher. In the boys are back. To take all these heroes down and the thing is they all have different had different outlooks in some say all all all soups are bad. That's what they call them in the show Bush bullshit. But that K bonus. Dave. Put that. Day. If you fly, you talk to fish. You bulletproof. I will find a way to kill you is. So not only is it about the superheroes that corrupt but How does Vinson is need for this thirst for revenge? How does that corrupt? Even the good gus let's go ahead and take a look if they can continue along those themes but the same quality they had before and we'll be right back with our review. Of the first three episodes in season two of the boys. My Wife. She's alive. Votes holding a get. In Roy now. Tro. fucking mess. The most. In the country. We got soup terrorists. Off. I'm, Storm Front. On the new girl. Stressful. Was your big. Plant. Wife. Brin. Of course we're and. Blow it up. Super terrorists will come. For All, we know these maniacs behaving chance to solve. The fucker you. I'm just trying to help really how. We are in a war. But we can fight back James Brown. James Brown I got soul. Jeez I wish I could be a superior. He had the Cape said here he did kept losing it. Didn't want it. To try to put that. I was like that Kate hurt. With an army. Superman million-strong. Now don't be a pussy laser my fucking tits. Through. She's got a whole army of soups. Gosto. Stay. I can tell you something nation that negroes that he was acting was fake. Anytime, black they she. He saw he's Never, never. Speaking Act at. Those two. Good. You've just come from lunch or something they blew up a fucking dummy he didn't. Cut Fuck. You. Exactly what we're GONNA do. Cool. Totally. Together. Does go ahead. You guys go ahead I'm good. Shows it. Just, don't care. killed. Tell you what man? Regardless of what I have to say, any further notice a packed a lot. In three episodes. Yeah. They did yeah. I was really impressed by what they were able to fit into three hours an eastern. Seven more episodes to go setting up some really cool things future. Now. As most of you might have guessed I don't know if everybody feels the same way but I'm just going I'm going to for me I'm GonNa go ahead and say this for the first three episodes One of the. Biggest strengths is still is asshole right here in your. In the reason, why managed to be a big highlight here the the big strength of the show. Is because. If you've been keeping up with the with the show, you saw season one. You know you can look at this picture this fucked up. In some a I mean because I mean if you. Don't for in here what you would like. Like the biggest moments where you tell people like I just saw the most fucked up show. It was usually Homeland. Thank. Fuck. Off. Do. You know what? I'M GONNA crash. The plane. By chances. Somehow. Someway, they managed to make him even more fucked up. And keep in mind the first three episodes. Well, this you know it last season they found a way to make you at times have some sympathy form. Charts all gone. No. Is is gone this. This do complete piece of shit. But the thing is you look at what the like the things that he did. Like the way he was. In last season, you like. How do you even top that? You can watch the. So now I know yeah, because that's a messed up individual right there. How do you tie that? I can actually give you an I'm being serious. I can give you A. Give you one simple description Imagine. If you took trump and gave him superpowers. Would have this character here. A person who's a complete narcissist who every everything that he does is for his own self benefit. One of the trump does have the power of the US government behind him. So he's sort of that already, no man could flash based from his is. We'd be fucked all. The messed up. Man. Because a lot of you saying, that's a terrifying thought. Exactly. This is a guy who I mean. You know you the biggest fear about giving somebody. The ultimate power to fly. Bulletproof strength and whatnot all that is great. But what if they're what they're? Insane. sociopath. sociopath even go along and say he's a psychopath our nobody can feel anything. They even do a great job you showcase that seemed the first season, which is an amazing moment on on the airplane. But when he's just in a room of someone like I don't know how this is going to play out because I consistently feel anxious and his his mood swings, it's like I'm a Goddamn dot. Know, what she's going to go and everyone that's around him feels threatened by him or at least most of the people know the fun at that all the other superheroes on his team scared who should be his friends terrified of Investment I. I was watching this last night. Almost cut this shit off. Yeah. That that that nasty feeling the pinch. Because people look. Last season homeland. It was mostly a Dick. A Dick with superpowers. and. I. I'm not I'm not saying. Anything to defend him but you know look all of us have always wondered and they've shown in different things and that's why this concept was always popular everybody's always wondered. What if Superman was an ass along? What if he wasn't so goody goody. What if he actually go out and do assuming only works because he had those very moral parents from from the mid West who taught him to be good at the country as Paris the people like I want a darker superman no you you don't. Imagine if he had landed in the mid west and it was real name country as parents would have been racist. Wow. You went had no black lives matter because you know black lives. You know. Air But because it's not even that far like like I said, everybody wants to know what if Superman wasn't astle because I know I was superman loses be honest ibn asked. Angle try do nothing no truth justice and any kind of way. But my I think most people would even if you start out saying I just WanNa do the right thing it was start get complicated and then you go, you know what I got powers I don't need to be complicated. I'm making it simple. I'll make an executive decisions right now and start you on down downward spiral. Yeah I. was just like I'm going to do it I want. I'm going to tell you if I don't even ipe powers if I just had batmans money. There will be one night I when you begin fucking costume I find the joke is hire somebody more. Time. Shit I know how I'm tired of. So if I ask superpowers it'd be like you get three chances you have three strikes rule you get three chances to get your life straight that third time we flying right over Arkham Arkan done it it. No. Is it down. There you go. You had three chances in Arkham. No mom are we going to the woods? Practice announced world. Hey, I'll be cool if you be cool. But if you show up on my radar, that's your ass it up. I, guarantee you I'd have. Blake. Luther. The joke in my clutches we passive are I'll be good. That's it. I'm GonNa, take the woods and laser your limbs off one by one. About all this inconvenience you know put me through I. Know I I know how it is man but homeland homeland was the best answer to that that we have so far because there was a guilty pleasure watching him the first season because the character was so mentally messed up like like we say. A Pat But this guy, you know he's been disturbed since he was a child that was a short out there and I think he wants to feel something. But at this point, he can't. and. That's what made an everyman last night I watched this. So I had to watch this all at one time. And they will moments like acid fog mattress I need a break known I know. I. Was I was at first. I was like Oh. They only says the first three and when done yet threes all I can handle. It's IT'S A lot. It's man his character right here every time he walked into a seeing our just tense up dome especially when he's being Nice Oh. Yeah. These being nice. You like, no no, no no. No. How's it going? How's he going to play this out of just just leave? No, that's that's the thing. The nicer that he is I'm glad you brought that up because that was a point I even put right here because I say he. Points that you guys made and they were great points. One is that he is completely unpredictable. He looks like he's going to snap at any moment and you just don't know what's going to happen. You know a that but the moment is radio actually there's one predictable thing the nicely he is the more means that you probably about to die or at least get seriously hurt and the moment that month started smiling. There is a moment I know exactly what he does something like okay. Here he is. He's. He's he's went through all the experiences and he does something so foul to someone I'm just like Oh my completely unnecessary exactly just to prove his twisted point that was shocking but they can't shock me now I'm numb to this is like they did it. You did it again I was also been wanting to. Fuck you. Marvel. 'cause yeah. One of their characters. Okay. Yeah man we won't say where it is but I I. The thing is i. knew something was GonNa have. And I was expecting I was like you WanNa scream at the end of the Up Expect and God damn. Jump, those. No this. This is frightening. He is. He is. He makes us feel like a horror movie every time he's around yeah yeah. He he is. What bright burn was supposed to exactly. Yeah. No somebody's talking about right burn and they had not a big fan of bright burn burn it was one note and even makes sense. Yeah. Yeah. It all it potential that it had that it squandered their pick the ball up and ran with it and homeland do is one of my favorite characters on television ever and I'm scared like a motherfucker you love to hate him I couldn't. Walk in I couldn't even look at the screen I don't look of an option. Like man seriously this is an amazing character that they've that they've written. Just because of the the the just the emotional reaction you have to that poor. Girl Man. This actress Colby men fee? Every time she's on screen I'm so nervous say you just So scared. He's GONNA kill this woman every time because the thing is she comes she's a PR person and she constantly giving him ideas that he hates and he's constantly looking at her would a smart talking about? What the fuck is this Nothing. Yes. She she always comes is like. We have the best news. We've picked this right here. They have chosen a best ideas and he's looking like, no, I hate it and I'm just like Jesus throat you to do that fucking quit. Because she comes in so happy that she has this position. Yeah. Yeah. He he quickly turns around I'm saying go leave drive Uber for a little bit you next Gig. Work at Jack in the bucks, Flip Burgers, you may get a burger. Beat them and they know laser face when they just don't like what simple thing you come up with the tell them this dude is a man he is. He is so terrifying. This character I'm serious man I. I've never seen a character like this. I mean this this says something that this is a superhero. Where we start, we sort of laugh off superheroes. Now you know it was like a, we've kind of seen the whole formula. This is one of the most terrifying characters I've ever seen scares the shit me. Yeah he's he's never not interesting like anytime he is on scene. What are you going to do I love his mommy issues that they constantly bring up and even just Star is the actor and even how your. Jaw, display motion. Pleasure. Oh, my God don't get him around milk because you're GONNA see Justice. Motions going on that. Do not be lactating around you. You. And I really mean that he probably. The other reason why this character is so frightening a reason why works is because you know we're talking about again you know some of the more super villain elements of in we're talking about him like he is a movie villain but. The thing that really brought it home for me and made me really fear him is because they ground him a little bit in some actual drama in. The Story Lana brings the most drama in the show in probably in and it is with him. Is that historian line? Would Butcher's wife? Becca the got the actor's name. But she's connected to homeland do with the kid says kid and out of all the kid. and. I have all the superpower stuff political a corruption. The corporate corruption that we see. On. This storyline is the one that really makes me the most tints because it's a storyline of domestic abuse. You know it's it and it feels very much like real life domestic abuse got like having that abusive dad yeah. Toxic masculine husband you gotTa do walking around the House. And a Goddamn. Costume pretty much. He never takes off. Never takes off in the original series the first season or here now is always made them like other worldly because we saw the other characters even in the season they have their civilian clothes but not him which just makes him even I don't make even more threatening. Yeah. It makes it makes it weird that he never takes it off. He never did and the thing is he's walking around the house looking like somebody to at a Halloween party and it still feels like an actual domestic abuse case. You have a woman who has a child with this abuser. And, she can't run away from him. The authorities won't help her out. Right she stuck at home with this guy who's forever connected to her and she can't find any kind of relief from this person are safety from him at all and it's and it's not like he physically abuses her just the the small. Threats of abuse like he does with everybody. Sure just. Tell Somebody Hey, I need you to leave any like no. I'm not leaving and you can't make me when a an. She just has to live with this crazy motherfucker man you know we hear that with domestic abuse cases. All the time is in she they I thought that was very smart the where they play it out whereas like it wasn't too heavy it wasn't but it was sort of an analogy for when I call the police. No one can help you know she actually is trying to call a certain authority out there and she just has to go back home and just says, you know what I just hope is me that's going to be dead instead of my kids. Every element of that part of the story feels authentic despite the guide dressed up like A. Superman. Like six flags cost an. Incredible Excuse me. But if you know so you know if it's bad around. This woman. Is Bad around that kid. It's worse when he's around the kid because he's so mentally. Abusive of this kid when I realized that because he thinks because that's one of the most disturbing part comes out now you know it was funny because I I laughed I laughed when he pushed that kid off the roof. At this I'm like it turns out man nationally funny. Now maybe even know what maybe I should have been left at a kid pushed off a roof anywhere, but you know. Look I do not know better than homeland. It's an appeal it get pushed off of the. House. But when you see your dad never did that to you. Know. You know saying. To Myself. But he ever do anything equivalent like throw in a pool like come on you can swim getting on my dad never did dishes to me no. Okay no non payment I'm sorry. We say because I? Thought it was universal but never mind. Neighbor Day I say. About. My Dad, my dad never chuck into a pool and. Through my ass off of a roof. No Day. No Dan Martin. Was Your Dad black hole in. The. Jesus, you told me stores better dare. Devil. That done would that bitch? I mean, maybe because my dad looked me like he's going to kill himself because I was that kid who need who need this shit I used to put on a towel and run through traffic and jump off shit that was. Stupid. To, do. Dad looked at me like fucking he. Gave Birth to a episode of Darwin Right because it's GonNa Darwin Awards. Darwin Award it's getting to kill himself. Had to chuck me anything I did it myself. Okay. But what's so great about that scene particular just the aftermath because yeah and the trailer it's like Oh. It's funny beat that's they had in there. But when you actually see with no music and it's just him and the mother's panic and him just going what I do. Yeah that's wrong. He you know what he is he's he's he's the opposite of Uncle Ben. He is he's basically saying, no, we're fucking God's man. We're we were better than all of these mud people down in the kids to psych crew. He's just always confused about the situation the power another responsibility. In the thing is the kids reaction to get out of here. I wouldn't be my mom things are better when you're not around. This is that that's classic right there. Yeah. No. This kid man. This kid is very intense when he's around this kid because he thinks he's feels something but he doesn't. He doesn't realize ourself but she's being around his kid and he's having kids do things that you know what he just that he that he thinks his kids should never considers anybody else. That's why I say everything is all about him you know he tries to say I love you he doesn't even realize that he he doesn't mean it doesn't know what that is. He doesn't even know what it is. He thinks it's just something if you say that that that that's enough and he doesn't keep this character on A. On a mental level is very complex I mean some the worst ways but. You know those things are very intense with him. Especially pushing a kid house thing like I'm doing the right thing he doesn't know at all. He feels nothing. But yet. At all that they still managed to get a laugh out of me with that character. Because he has to deal with idiots. Sometimes That PR woman I'm fearful her life. She's might be smart on any of the circumstance, but around him, she's a fucking idiot. And just hear him deal with her half the time makes me laugh. But especially when When the deep with his dumb ass and he's trying to get back into the seven seventy deep as Aqua aquaman character. Look you know. He might be insane. But he's still smart. In the see him dealing with some of these idiots right here like the deep. And just his the way he rolls his eyes and the actress so good. Yeah. You know the the his exasperation of always having to deal with people lesser than him just always gets a chuckle out of me. Hey. What happened to kill it fucking killed him man what? Value Intel up and started put them off on talking just ran right into you. Stopped my okay. So you're saying there's there's people with the terrorist look at me. Saying. I think so all right. Did you get a good look at them or how? Really? Busy. Worrying About Lucy. Army the the character still manages to actually not completely be repulsive and I. think that's why the writing with this character is so good and You know it's. Looking at this man This active man plays let find find a picture Anthony Star Antony Antony. Starr man. Anthony. Anthony not. Anthony but aunt. Yeah, I made a mistake to there's no h in there. Don't say the fucking. If you roll Nice I. Feel Real. Nice. What did you say? There was an ancient in. Name and saw that there was not. See. Yeah there he is right here this actor. A lot of it has it has to do with actor just being able to bring all these qualities. If you want to call it, qualities are all these traits this character to life right here. Character soups and a superhero who is motionless stunt spoiled a self-serving narcissist who was still charming. You know make some of the most fascinating villains that there today and that's because accurate here huge praise for him and he plays that character. So well that he was working for me, I wouldn't even trust him. I've been doing background checks CBS, a history of secret history illness should I'm looking at him right now know this is crazy man that's why he's able to do this. There's something to be said about you enjoying the way he has to deal with it. It's it's like you look at just. How you talk to your editors. Jesus. Can't say anything. Lack of words. Jesus could. Shut, up. Their. Moments up to. Go to Youtube look to certain things. I make a call and like what the fuck is this this. That's your answer. Okay Yeah. I'm not saying I'm trying to. Do something he. Might. have to roll my. Laser. You, look man, don't give me a reason. Oh Let's see here. Got A. We talked about this character so much and talked about how much you say how much you just love to hate him you know how much it's character as we say, it's just. A complete, Bill, incomplete complete pieces. Shit. Terrifying. We've put all the villain super villain characteristics in NAM praised the mall. Which is why got to give credit to someone? Character reluctantly give them credit to a character that I absolutely hate. Can't even get even really put no love. Don't love to hate. Hate. Hate to hate storm? Front. Was Was it addresses name. Oh Man I forgot. Forget her name Yes. Somebody Chat. Let us know somebody. I cash somebody to Chedda hit moist. Mike. said she just looks at knowing and she is before the real before she really turns into what it is. It makes you hater she is just annoy yeah. No, she's she's annoying when she's her best self. She is. She will push. She's like an Internet -tural. Yeah. That's what she is was a superhero and you learn later on it's like Oh. This is if a breitbart rider was a superhero and I'm like Holy Shit Yeah I want a perfect thing to observe we're going on like right now in put down the show. Yeah, man. I find her. Man. I can't believe. I'm saying this. Shouldn't even have to compare but I find her soul worse. Yeah. No, no no. No. You as much as you watch the show going like she says, homeland is such a villain. He's a danger to everybody. He's he's got to go. He's got to die. She moved to the top of the list to weekly homemade. Okay. Well, I'll get to you later talked about his various. You know because the thing is with with homeland, I could lease give him credit in some areas. You know you your funny. You're intelligent. You have great leadership skills yeah. Usually, by intimidating people, you get the job done. Yeah. Storm. Front. From the moment she enters. She's just she's like one of those note Millennium Bitches who was on the Internet, all was high talking not even trying to help anything I try to do anything good either gossiping trying to expose somebody. Yeah. Just do always belittling everything not everyone but everything around her because I'm so much better than all of this. Yet you are here. Yeah. that. Whole everything is existed up to this point has been dumb. Yeah. I see it and I'm just going to point it out to everybody. He's just annoying before he she even gets to the part that the parts that make you and I gotTa tell you it for about our no for about a minute entertainer bullshit because she came in and she was just kind of exposing all of the Shit Yeah of these heroes the. West Coast corporations like she was like I was like, all right I'm on your side girl. You know who we are. But let's meet another here. This is lance corporal. Dan Miller. Dan and the Marines Second Battalion helping keep you safe from the super villain to we're proud to fly alongside them. And now we could use your sport. With our new campaign saving American hearing guys wish Me Luck Why not a real base. As homeland or We're GONNA eat. Em are ease pissing detrick rest of the we're filming right now excuse me also you might recognize army boy is hotel clerk number hello from apples breath episode of criminal minds beyond borders. Alot among God. My Nana's your biggest fan I'm scarring front. Of all. You. You make me hate you because you made me defend somebody that already. Hey. digger it's not either I'm a fan my land I can't even say my mom I got to pick the oldest thing at their mouth as as a fan of old S, right right? YEAH FROM SEATTLE? Portland actually your. Highness. Hopefully Shit. Is are really fucking blow up close. Our. Fund. Work to do so let's go back to. Out totally I, just want to meet you. Got Boys on eighty two. I'm the new girl. Wait. What are you talking about? Oh Hi I'm in the seven. Replacing translucent that bless his soul. Inks barely dry but Yeah. Reporting for duty. So. I don't blame him. That's not a genuine thing about our man no and the. Girl is just so like I don't WanNa dial for this. At this and see that's what I he look. He smiling who is looking at and. He's He's like. Wasn't people around your ass be dude and I know that even really your fault, but I need to hurt. He's like even moments like that like when I'm annoyed Israel I'm terrified of him. And I know you don't do none but just the thought that he's thinking something right now I think for me when every time their on screen together he disappears. So flummoxed and now no no, he doesn't know what to do like he represents this on. Oh like the Apple Pie baseball like Reagan America that's what he is and she's like this new wave. All right you know Internet trolls personnel is like I don't know how to how do I deal with this type of new. Hero and then you always he always looks old way next to her in all sorts of various ways, and I love that dichotomy they sent up between at least in the first three episodes, I want to see more of them continuing to grow but Jill interesting interesting. She's also network where everybody's afraid of him in the they react that way. So he said something pushback that's a distraction I. think she's the only one that's like not giving him in on any kind of fear and respect. I cash is actually great as the OH. Yeah. That's fantastic. No I love her but I tell you what and even homeland even homeland is getting jealous of how have how evil she is. You know he's looking at her like bitch you a big ability me, right? Yep He's Mommy's. She's just looking at her and he's like, fuck you how you so bad. came. Just doing. Logging. Editor John Clenched. Man Yeah Yea. Doc Somebody's sitting. She's a caring man. She's a super king. Held. Yeah. Yeah Man. Moving from the villains. To the good guys man Karl Urban and Jack. Quaid WHO'S Dennis Quaid Son. No one ever mentioned his mom. The Quaid name, but his mom is a wasn't they make Ryan because you can see some of that in new a lot of her and he's not covered shit and blood. But they. Digging they continue to. Grow their care. Even more. Through the interactions of their characters. Honestly if there was anything, I, wasn't digging both the two of them are getting on my fucking nervous. The first three episodes were they yeah. I know Huey is just so. He's being whiny and I get why but to a point where it's like you kind of dragging everybody down but then butcher I'm like man. Thought you Kinda cool before but you're you're you're you're never thought butcher was cool. I've I've argued that with people a book butch is he's He's a problem I wouldn't be surprised if he became somewhat of A. Impression, I mean. That much different than home lender or he doesn't care about anybody except what he wants. He'll sacrifices team and they showcase that he doesn't care about civilians now regards the Huey I would disagree where it's just like he's PTSD. Episode listened to another Billy Joel Song staring at. One of my girlfriend. He's living in some just travel New York. We're everyone else's help and put these these gangsters back together to get fucked up by all these superheroes I mean they're just like I understand why he's whining. Insane. To be wrong get it. This is the point of like like there's a point where his his moping almost everybody killed and I'm like. No no but you gotta I I gotTA. Tell you start moving. Please I- adults I like I'm I'm with I'm with the Herman over here. This dude never asked this shit wash the first season no, no, no spoilers eight I mean you know I want. To open up with he kind of gets tricked into it gets tricked into this. He loses girlfriend. He spins half of these shows covered in blood always always constantly covered in blood this first episodes and he's got this guy who brought him in trick in his constantly aggressive and abusing him and under the kind of like me you know. I, don't blame this do for like stand up to him sometime. I. That's the only thing. No, no I get this simmering tension between him in. A simmering tension between him and butcher the whole time. In. And The thing is it keeps you on edge. It really does because. Well the biggest thing is that. Scare Bushes is going to beat the shit out of him more than he already has. Gone. contact. Someone funding terrorist. Who is the contact? What is their actual name? You. Know. I won't I won't love it I. Never it never fucking love. No. Not a word, you left us for dead and now it's like nothing happened. Euro? fucking. What happened last time I punch to Fuck Up. Remember that. I I love the fact that he's staying him like it happens consistently, and I'm glad that the other people are like Oh. Yeah. But just kind of an asshole they realized they realized. I turned around when the when the rest of them. Spoil his go. On that but where they start to look butcher like before they like he we all come on. Man. Link wait. Yeah, it is. It is never. These homeland in this guy, look might be different on certain levels. But this this dude is crazy and is always just like with homeland is always my way in it's always. Get what I want through aggressiveness in. Intimidation. I am sorry. Surrey that trusted this lot was smart enough to save themselves. They've done a hundred terms before okay where you've been well technically Eichel that he blew up madeline still I told, Ya, she was already did. Oh. Cool. Totally GonNa pretend like this is normal like we're fucking lendings. Shit. Everybody. GonNa fall on. Let me shut the fuck up. On something I'm always on your side but I have I have nothing to offer no advice except Huey, you stand your ground and just. Take that as well from when it comes. I can see hueys frustration of working with a leader who always has to have his way and doesn't really Dole out information to the rest of people on his crew when they ask for it and. Oh Nothing. I said no names. What are we gonNA, talk about this show you'll find out. Well I'm sorry. I couldn't trust A. Lot was small enough just to the walk. Here come Carlos you want as. He got you bits. He was wrong. I see. A seawall homeland do what he? Is. Now you know. I. But I see what you're saying because there's a moment where he was getting under too. But I just like it but they pushed do and I get it. I was like now I understand I do but I can't help but have this emotional link. He's mentally breaking down. He's got PTSD right? Even say like men that people tell you brought in a Sevillia. Expected to do yeah inside of A. Company. Called Pinocchio. De. I'm sorry. Oh. You know the the the only thing is A. Like what they're doing with the characters so far can MECO Karen? pleaser. She's getting a little bit more development as you get some background about her family history. Now, the only thing that I have to complain about with these characters is that so far. Now. No, we're only three episodes in. But so far. Let me see if I can find them here. The characters of Mother's milk. Frenchie. They seem to be the ones that is. Neglected right now. Yeah. They're not getting Anna Development at all only development that in Lhasa Lonzo plays mother's milk. Tomorrow Poon is the Frenchie over you can see him. Right here. The own development that they have for these two fringes always worried about MECO. Right. In rid and he gets more than mother's milk, his biggest career development, he's building a fucking dollhouse. Space, say man they right and I want to see my kids yeah yeah. Yeah, good point. But again, three episodes in I'm willing to see where they go with that probably have their own episodes of development. Giancarlo, esposito. Who? is still go spring I mean look at that. You can even tell those two. Apart he he's less gus than expected. Well, he's spring without the chicken an accident. Accent. Franklin, accident, all he did was. Maybe maybe a different pair lassus around. I mean, don't get me wrong gus, he's good. He's good in you put gus bringing anything the character does bring you put him in you making the say they. Don't blow his ass up. He'll lose his cool. But no, I liked gus. Was the characters name Forget to. Stand somebody I believe I remember they. Always going to be free. But you know I. I like him sure because he's able to stand toe to toe with homeland and talk back to him and not flinch share she. She is in a funny thing is. He still got their hair still got those glasses still got. The same expression in the find thing, he's still slugging that blue math. This except. Except it turns people to superheroes now. That's like they call it with you need to do. With glasses slicked back hair who sales blew drugs. Get Giancarlo esposito maybe they'll work that into far cry. I'm might. Joke. Blue Molly's. Man He. You're right. That's the is able to go toe to toe at homeland. Look more cold-blooded than Elizabeth Shue was. In the live. Bishou had some sort of still emotional ties to homeland. He's like give fuck about in it for the money well established that he has always been kind of keeping himself separate from everything that's happened on the ninth floor, and so I'm over here. So we have a proxy now he to get involved because of certain things that happen in regards the storyline line like he has to now which I thought was cool. Yeah, he's A. Great actor too I mean. Easiest job. In the world Right now, it's going to be Zangari still like him though. So like I'm a lot. They have A. They, showed a scene with him where he was. I. Think they showed like what about five minutes of that and then when I saw that I was like you know what? He's a he's actually really good. I'm looking forward to this. He's really you know there's certain things that make him like small subtle things where he's not exactly Gus fring. I'm on page one thirty four. Chain of command doesn't apply to other military contractors in the field I. Don't see why should was crazy sandwich when they're in actual combat home, exactly your heroes report to. Same person is always. ME. Some stupid shit. Thing. In that same preview that they showed people. They showed you a blackmore. Character that they didn't really use a whole lot people even wondered about his powers. Show that he was a complete bad ass in this with probably some powers we don't even know he has hit. Everybody thought him more is like the kind of? kind of like the. Batman. Snake is of the group. It turns out that it's probably a lot more to this guy then we than we know. And I'm actually looking forward to see. If they do some more revealed reveals with him because he's actually coming in. He's still very mysterious I still know what his deal is. It's like the they use them a lot for comedy so far I mean there's maybe one emotional moment with. Crosses through episodes. But yeah, I just don't know what his what his function isn't this greater overall series. Yeah. Yes. Ain't here man I mean I'm not thinking like I. Say I think this saving some things. Him like certain characters they haven't done a whole lot wit him in a train and you gotta be figured like they're. Gearing up for something big with them to surprise us. Yeah Yeah Yeah and that's the thing I am looking forward to some of the other things that they've set up that we've seen so far. You saying that they were setting up some. Some small conflicts here and there that will build up throughout the show. You've seen how In the last episode, just some of the heinous acts that the deep did and. that. That history is about to catch up with him. He tries to get back into the seven coach in history is being brought back up with him and starlight. Who invited you exactly? What I did was unforgivable. I'm going to do everything in my power to renew my light. That just for you, but for all the female people that are offended. Joined the Church of the collective maybe. During idiot. Easy on the religious persecution new girl starlight maybe one day you can welcome you back into the seven. Is Long enough. FUCKING, way you're coming back. From the Midfield Anchorage. that. Dad is going to be tense because if you know what he did it was you know we're laughing, but it was just foul. Yeah. No? No. No I'm just thinking like like just just how angry she was right there. Oh Yeah. Do you did you? Walk up in an apology. Join, some form of scientology. You know I know that he's mostly used for. Comic Relief, but I'm digging storyline. Kind of just shows all the various issues he has and especially like with his own body and things gang over that and how they even showcase like okay. It was funny at the same time it was like this guy he he is such a broken person and I want to see this continue. I hope it doesn't like an with with another gag I wanna see how they handle them throughout the US. To communicate with it. Yeah. Full for a bit But then when he talks about his childhood and they're bringing up the fact that everybody here was given as kid and I was like. Okay I do feel for. The boldness of this of the series I mean on the on the front end, it looks like it's Just a flat out comedy, but they're they actually be daring with this. They're actually that challenging you. To go in because I saw somebody in here because rape is funny, right? I don't think that they're trying to make No. Out of not all what the doing is into the have somebody who did this this horrible act. In their challenged you to say all right. Look past person as something. There's somebody that is a villain front and look past them to see what's happened in what traumatize them. Nobody's saying that yet forgive them. But can you can you feel something for somebody that actually was heard at some point in his has that has made them what they are right now. You have to even feel sorry for but just understand. Yeah Yeah I know a lot again. It's going to make some people mad even here say dead but. I'd I'd rather have that kind of writing. put it out there like this is safer is going to tell you exactly how to feel. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause 'cause in that moment, there is a little bit of like. Well, you know the guy he's he suffered and he knows, but when she comes at him and like Oh, yeah, no, no, no, no no, you can't just wipe that off the books because you understand coming from hell yeah, fuck. You put me through. Yes laughed about it. Yeah. Yeah but you know what would you say? No no no no. Know. Even setting up something between her and a train a train you know. We didn't get any clubs thing and he's he he plays a more prominent role later on as we go into the series especially with him. Having his own health problems. His own secrets but also always following a around starlight expect some sort of suspecting some sort of betrayal. You always want to know what's going to happen with that down the line. Dominic MC. L. E. got. Name is Queen Maeve. She also brings a little bit drama. Of her trying to. Struggle with her public image against her. Own Sexuality. You know it's it's. It's some stuff that they're Lang Lang things down right now that I'm sure they're gonNA get into later I'm looking forward to see what they do with those. But you know also is still a comedy. In some parts I mean you know it's dark comedy. Dark. Comedy and so it's still has some characters cliche that I don't think fit in here too. Well, some stereotypes had filmmaker Dude Indiana's like iron is a little bit laser right in the way you wrote them But a lot of it sounds very soap opera like when I talk about all these different subplots, relationships and everything Especially, when you get into like you star late and their relationship and what for something that's going to run along a series you gotta have those things. Yeah. I agree I agree I it doesn't bother me me and like I say I've seen this they'll play out. But the is the the series always ruled rose above any kind of Schlocky. Soap Opera Khanna storytelling because you know because a couple things really. One spills very relevant. They always had they're. Kind of a very fuck you sort of attitude of very fuck off sort of attitude towards the social commentary really is like if you don't like it, you can't handle it. Then you know we don't care. You know now we're not here to please everybody. Needs special with social commentary, very relevant right now for how they're talking about like these guys who are trying to take down and expose. Corruption yet, they're labeled the terrorist. really marks a liberty culture very much. So I. I love what they do with starlight where we see her glit- stop and glommed up and sexed up and then scene where she's changed our clothes and you see just how what it takes to go to her being flipping just being a regular person you walked by the street. Yeah. Yeah and she looked like a normal person. Makes you think about these these celebrities especially, singers that you see Taylor swift and you're like, oh, man, she's so hot. It's like well yeah. But that's with all this going on. Yeah. It goes a lot of these celebrities and anybody anybody. Yeah. They make. Idiotic celebrities you know we saw with the deep they hinted that he was part of a church and he's like. Church is a riff on scientology and it's pretty up front about that. It makes fun of celebrity culture outside of the celebrities. All the stupid press junk is where people ask the same anything, the the the PR stunts. The the the bland marketing that goes on we'll just even seen with the deep where he's he's being belligerent in a bar. It's like look if you don't leave them a call TMZ, I'm not gonNA call the cops. That's the threat estimates and go. Okay. Yeah. Focus, groups and everything. Yeah. Man Focus groups. Yeah. It's. You know that's all that stuff is they make fun of that. And pretty much spot on I can tell you. You always want me talking about press junkets and. They make fun of that all the time. Now, people can go these press junkets now and ashamed shit no, no But the other thing is that along with that. Very. Straight off fuck you approach to. Social. Commentary. The is combined with a lot of violence. s that's the thing that they have never. They have never a been shy. amped it up. Oh, they should did I mean I've felt ill watching some of this stuff I mean it gets to moment like in the last minority, they had a lot of it and it seemed like they kind of just taking the tone from the Comic Book and the Planet Right here to stay true to what they created there but it gets to a point now where it looks they just relish in like. They do because they just. They do like some. Graphic Shit just because just because they like it and it had to do all that. Shopped him in the throat and but it was even called for what happened to snap a knicks and. Hey Watch this. Crack and crab legs. I WANNA. I WANNA praise. The visuals are amazing but because they both use practical effects, you just just a lot of Gore and blood on all the actors all the time CGI as well. But the sound design, and this is really particularly good I mean that really does sell that you're hearing flesh and bones and cartilages being snapped and ripped. Job. Yeah Man. Some of US combined with some really nice action you know. This some creative action scenes and here that they do combined with the Gore that scene with. Unifying. Just. Some. As a whole army, of sharks. To chase them in a in their boat. Should. This ain't is where they blow the hill at that's. Oh Shit in sees. Thought by the way, it's not enough just to impale a will. Go through with a boat. Day after they're done. Is Not. Enough to just impale the will for the shock value they they chill out. Abba. have. A conversation they hang out. Right then. Yeah man they. They. said it still? There's a tone to it. Destroy is trying to stay true to the nature of the very nature what the comic was. And I do think they put it maybe a little bit too far to where it's like. All right. You need all of that but I'm not complaining I. Mean It. It does you know yeah. Like you said it's in the nature of the comic, but it is what pushes them out of the emmy nominations. Dear. Because it makes them. It makes it easy for somebody to go. ooh, I'm not watching this. Well, I'd rather stay true what I went to. Ward who cares exactly exactly because I still listen. To wrap it up someone up at still think that this is right now. the best most challenging. and. Well Written Superhero property that is out there. It scares me like no other. Makes me have mixed opinions about these Super Heroes and even it turns me away from goal I usually like it man on and I don't really have a problem actually. kind of cool. How far they go But. You know. Like I say they they balance all that. costumed heroes a balance. All that by taking advantage of will real world social satire. And would berry adult approach. said, it's just I'm not saying that I want this completely. But after you see a lot of PG thirteen movies and whatnot and you know they're they're the biggest ones getting the attention is kind of cool to see somebody would be able to work inside of this arena without having the same restraints. The same limitations it just goes to show you what people can do when they really want to write some great writing and then not pushed by selling toys R certain demographic that they can't scare away. So yeah, I still enjoyed this man of I would say that is slightly better along with some a lot of the characters that we get and seeing how they are continuing to grow them. So yeah, it's still a full price for me. It's still full price for me I. Don't know that I am enjoying more than the first season, and maybe it's just because that had like I said all the reveals all the all the new things. Yeah. And this is mostly more the same. It's moving the needle some but still only three episodes in and you can't take your eyes off of it and like then we keep saying over and over it's just scary intense. The entire time it's like you enjoy the marvel movies because they take. This is all stuff I love but you put a realistic spin on it. I feel like it's happening in this world, but it's like you don't even know realistic spinach you watch this and sort like, yeah, this wouldn't be fun. and. We haven't even seen like look. This is about to get more fucked up. Yeah, you don't even we haven't even see some of the characters have come in yet. They're about to do so. If anyone who was afraid of a sophomore slump at least for these, these first three episodes don't worry about it because it's given you everything you want is you guys highlighted Seen these characters in different dynamics now from from whole lander to to Huey and I'm facin everyone's story good points brought up in regards to mother's milk and Frenchy WanNa see more of them. But again, the first episode hopefully, they'll get more to do love introductions new care because I'm really interested to see what they're gonNA continue to have storm for unlike an add an element I. Think. I. Really. Do think that they're burning in the lot of the sociopolitical commentary we're experiencing right now with her and we're going to see an onscreen except now in the presence of orange amalgamation of a superhero so I I can't wait for it I'm I'm GonNa get this high press. Eight people. Highly recommended all around. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. Yeah people. yeah. I I love it at you. You should really check it out. You should. Own Homeland to here in about US I watch. Abbott. Wash too so lazy. You got dammit. Yeah man a lot of fun lot of fun and it's seen as much. He likes to protect his image. He wouldn't say that unless he knew all the people were going to die Oh. Yeah. Exactly and they'll go down there. And he's like good. I gotta deal with this crazy one. All right folks. Let's go ahead. Switch things up a little bit now. No. More superheroes. Part of the beginning of the show. Is Very Superhero theme shows. That's what I'm telling you nothing. Because you don't listen. Oh folks go to different tone. The PG. Thirteen superhero movies that we were talking about that. We say those are getting a little bit. The same formulaic. Well, you know what I was interested in what they were doing with the these new mutants rates something that was that is different because now they wanNA. They're taking the X. men but they're making them more to a horror movie this time. You. Know that's with twentieth century. Fox Did they started the playground for just doing things with different genres in a way or at least trying to push Themes sometimes adult sometimes the dark sometime both. This is definitely going for darker tone, but you know bang is a lot of people asking about. The new mutants because. For years, years caught up stories. Of what what is what is going to happen with this movie box and we were wondering what is box going? Do it if boxing even this more drama surrounding? Surrounding this movie than in the actual movie some movie. Yeah. You know and then Disney had. She will. Show that is going to throw that Shit. The Fuck. Out is we bought these. Yeah people so you know. The big question that people had with this now that Disney had it. It was in limbo and they want to know what's it going to go to the theaters and not and finally did. So the big question after that is, why did this go to the theaters? especially with corona out there and everything and plus you got some. You've got some moons of your of your own about to put out there. The very short answers Disney didn't give a shit. They're pretty much they. They proved that when they didn't give us screen right our screening. Yep and everybody ask and they said now. Actually gave me. Know they told me known expand on it. They say review it don't review it. Well, we don't give a shit. Fuck you fuck these Eunson do what you want to with them. I know you ain't getting them on my done. You want on that band. Going out there and pay, we don't care you spend money on a theater and screeners for you who held a you. Know A. But the long answer is that Disney was contractually obligated to put this in a theater. Because with the With the acquisition. It was in the contract that. Every movie that was already finished. Had to go to at least from understanding on could be read this wrong. But from my understanding everybody that was finish. They were contract contractually obligated to put it on the big screen and at the time they signed that they were like, sure. Why wouldn't we? Shit because like because everybody was saying man, you mean to tell me, you will put Moulana on video. This shit is going to the theater is the one you WANNA kill people over and said it because everybody's been talking shit about them and they have to sit there going like not a fault yeah. Plan because I read it and I was like, oh Man. Slow. Yeah. Know the audience didn't seem to carry the audience was like new mutants should a new more. Home you. Knew you. Re. Hanging out with Spiderman. You know cyclops is hanging out with the Hulk and all that. Yeah Man. You know when they become real a binge, it ain't nobody trying to hang out with these these kids over here. Step. Kids. Kids over here. Don't make the shit about them. Before movie that no one gave it should about everybody talking about. People issue want to know everything about. Where can I see? Oh, shit is out how much money to make this weekend I'll miss it. It isn't it Dr Indie Hick and I go see it over there but you to see this we. When some gets talked about. It makes news. And specially when there's a little bit of controversy around and I bet you Disney was happy for this. Sure. You know I'm I bet you because they were because here's the thing there was a controversy out there that you know I'm not saying this reflects my opinion on moving into kind of way but. Whitewashing certain if you read the comics. There are certain characters that were darker skinned and like. There's a character movie cost sunspot. They said it made him lighter is Brazilian though de some people say he's Brazilian but his father's black. And seem like a black. Brazilian. But yeah, I'm not look I'm not saying it reflects I'm just saying there's a controversy. Okay. Didn't help when he said Yeah I don't care. About racism. I want to you know I would say that the Director The director. Dan He says, yeah, he actually said like you know I want to make a guy that looked like he had a lot of money. Away of any. Black man no money doc brown mega handle. I'll tell you what they saying that. The doctor in the movie doctor Cecelia raise I forgot who the actors is that but they may well, you got rid of their brains man. Why you make a little bit lighter. Don't care about all that racism? Whitewashing. Color Ism I. Look I'm just telling you. Okay. I but I bet you this is Disney's property. I bet you Mickey was back there the trench coat and some shades. Yeah. What about that bullshit? attack. Because a controversy. Helps. Yeah, I mean. Okay. I guess because he's already done it. He's not working for Disney I'm thinking about all the shit that came down on cargill for a little bit. He said on on this show. People still remember that they said okay do that shit today. You put the white like Pale white person is a Asian. You'd better not do that today so that we could go back and edit that. Said we do we. Yeah business fucking wish. Big Massachusetts. Big Back. But yeah man. But the biggest, the biggest thing about this is that People want to know how bad this is not what's it like? Should I see but it's like they've already smell they smell blood and people want to know now. How bad is what kind of Bush it is is really Man Forbes magazine known for their movie reviews. The headline, this is the worst X. Men Movie I. I read Scott Mendelson reviews and I just read his reports. I won't say anything but he did put it out there. The worst X. Men Movie Comic Book Guy. Which takes me movie. Is He writes. Do. We disagree. Is it really as bad as people are saying, it doesn't merit dead school and the rotten tomatoes thirty something percent now higher than it was before but not very much are let's go and take a look. And we'll be back. At, least with our review in our opinion. On News. The last thing you remember? Reason you survived. Because you're very kind. Anymore. Mutants or Anyone to share their first time. Rain. I was thirteen. I thought it was a dream. Control. Stem. I started panicking. People got hurt. Borough I killed eighteen men one by. Hospital its cage. It's important. We find out here. So, we can help you get better. was. Me To see. Better. This place. Fear. Through it. Girl you think him big, ass you'd see. Holy. Lays. Ahead. I'm just saying she got some big as is raising the Groucho Marx labral. We can get out of this. Together. April Third Oh Utah old trailer. Back when they actually believed their shit. They didn't know. folks. Look the biggest marketing point with this is how this is. A Har- Superhero movie. A Har- ex-man film. Now they've had their rated R. Action Films. They had the Westerns, and now we're trying to lose some different. Honestly, I notice that the beginning and that's one of the reasons why I want to see it I, I didn't really tell got to begin play a big role in there at the close it close it it closes it felt like a horror movie. Is that it felt more like. Tim. Burton. Directed Breakfast Club. That's a hell of a description. A bunch. McKee, is doing detention in a crazy mansion. Yeah. They they even at the point where they need everybody to get along, they ripped directly from the breakfast club they should do. Even has wacky breakfast club moments in. This I'm not GonNa say we is but there's Air I don't know why it's you get a bunch of kids together under authority. They always have to find some kind of way to either high from the authority. Put sleeping pills and something, and then they all start dancing. Yeah, Dan. Twelve man. Horror. My God Jesus. At the forty five minutes hating each other. Now we're all friends. In High School. A military. Has. Crippling. Wheelchair. That'd be rolling around and. Damn. TAP whenever they. Whenever they undermine authority they outsmart authority. They gotTA. Dance. I'm trying to figure. Out. Jesus Drank Formaldehyde. Just getting is. Killing each other. A. All motherfucker working. Why got like I get it. You know I'm sure there's more of the story why she is. In if you see the movie there is but I'm just kind of like. All right. Either there's something we're not being known about why she's the only one there y'all got the budget to hire more people as mccollum as Columbia. Eat It okay. But you know the thing is that didn't bother me. The of the movie I'd like it wasn't loan. fucking kids dancing and shit like they had. Charlie. Brown Christmas specialists. Yeah. That data that's that's the part where it silly. But that the beginning didn't bother me though I actually. Kinda like. The different mood that they were creating actually liked the dark field before superhero movie it look it truly. Feel, like an ginning. Maybe not to force success later on but it they were really trying to do something different. That's that's the thing I felt about this I was like you know no matter how you feel about it. They were trying to do something different it. There's there's no there was never that point where it's like, oh, they're trying to epic or or spin this off make it something bigger than it is. It's pretty much as the sensibilities of one of those lower budget horror movies and that's what they were just mixing with superheroes. Yes. No I like that too I liked the whether you're trying to do something different. Until they stopped doing it because later on. If. Felt like the kids here you know because you have a Mazy Williams. That's I mean. That's not her right there. No I'm just saying I'm just saying. Oh there she is right there but you have maisy Williams as. Ronson player and and rainy who these kicking. I've never read this book. Anna Taylor joy is Iliana Rasputin grasping yes. colossuses younger sister Charlie Heaton. Sam Guthrie. Cannonball Alice Braga. Dr. Raise. Henry's Oga is sunspot and. Naming all these characters because. It felt more like the movie was was moping along with the kids. Those point 'cause like look like the mood in one a move. Like you're GONNA do some. All, right. What am I? What am I doing anything? Go. Okay I'll tell you why. It's not that I wouldn't wanNA eight this because I like I said at the beginning, I'll tell you this much I don't hate it. But it's repetitive in three areas. Stories mostly told in flashbacks visions. In Exposition in sometimes the visions form as they are they work as exposition Jesus. No No. There's no real for me. There's no real progression because the characters they all had their turn slowly rebuilding a background. Each one of them has to take a part of the movie to tell about their background and they continue to you. You hear from them and then you get a vision of it. And then somebody else sees division and then the doctor gives it background and this is like, jeeze. Okay. So is there a story in here are my therapy with the rest of everybody else? I mean I'm not trying to really a nut Ron. I'm not trying to build a bandwagon with this because I think this has a lot of potential but. You know if the kids are not having their moments of exposition, then there's some other ways of telling A. Story here other stupid ass ways. I'm going to tell you there's not a real spoiler, but I'm going to say this. I. Don't understand if you about to try to put somebody down. Like, an animal like put into sleep. Why you'll give you tell them about all the secret twist and plans of this movie. Not Going die in two minutes then by the way that they're fading kid even here you I know but you've been working there the only insult who's GonNa work in here by yourself with no other person that talked to he's like all right I. got you strapped down I can't lease get this out because you can't do anything. That's monologue in one on one core come on. WHAT'S UP BILLIONS DO One, you can't tell the other kids. Do. You. Can now. Get it out. Be Looking at the dentist getting ready to be. Knocked out and meanwhile. You don't understand. Plans with this the whole time like. Meeting. are or maybe we spend so much fucking time having these kids till. They're backstories exposition ned. You didn't have time to actually show what this woman is doing here. Well, they're trying to do I guess something of a fake out with with the kids and make them believe like, Hey, if you act right ex-man the high up, can we? We're GONNA move you up to something bigger no I get it but I still don't think they told it well. No. No. No. I'm not saying that I'm just I'm just breaking down the motivation of why it went down the way it did. Yeah. No, you know this is mostly. It's mostly at a teen drama with people occasionally burst into flames. Are you know there are there there's you know dark visions and nightmares. It's funny because. During the movie. They show some state they. They show weekdays on TV to like foreshadow something. Are they do it to kind of say hey, look we're doing the same thing they sh they show it episode. Of buffy. The Vampire slayer one, the most popular episodes hush they show on TV and is looking and it's almost like they're saying hey. Look we're doing the same thing that they're doing right there and all of us like, yeah, but they're doing it better. Why would you sodas his sit? Why would you showed is when you can look for? Split. Seconds they show like Damn I hate on TV you. Don't turn the channel yet. Out Rather Watch this was buffy right now than this, not to say that this is. This is this is bad. I mean, but it's not good. I mean the moment they like I said the moment they actually start getting into her. That's when he really kick into Tim Burton mode they had these billions that come in they should have done issued claymation. Here. I know that's all. That's what I'm saying man. Better than movie history. I'm going to talk to raise. Very. She'd like Silent Hill didn't it? Did all of the mold coming in everything trying to and stuff. Yeah. That's Linda. Chasing, hey if you notice to its slim demand. Dress like he's going to club. DSM. Bondage Slenda May as the club to pick them hoes looking, he's got his certain. Shows. And it looks so creepy thrillers. Suit. Sixty Lynn. He's doing clubs. That's great. Man Look he's. Always. He's pronounces. It was on anger. Dip. Editing. Is Terrible net seen just that one clip the back and forth it's this slice this weird. All sloppy. Yeah. Man I it just when again to the hard stuff it just kind of leaving look silly like this right here maybe I missed something martel me because I I don't. I don't. Know what to tell me all the details I just didn't understand know that they were product of something, but they just can't seem the come out of nowhere. Whatever it is it's something from her past because that's that's what everybody seeing. Yeah. Most of this is taken from the comics. The new mutants connex. There was a big thing with the demon bear. Yeah. I gotTa tell you man Power is like I can make a bear that if you don't read the comics like because. I. I. Didn't read these comics. saw winning coal with this. Whole X. When I was young and both see that that that's a big flaw with the movie is that. Yeah it's introducing the new mutants but if you don't know them already, then they don't really explain a lot of what's happening. Thank you. So you just Kinda like. I guess I to take your word for it because you got to see you know normally immutability is one thing like, yeah you see sunspot who's bursting into flames Canon ball who can shoot on Iraq. But. With Ileana Aka Magic. All right. She's teleport and she's got armor on one arm and a big sword. That's a lot to process from just looking at it to go like Oh. This is your like how many different things going on here yeah. I. Didn't I didn't. I didn't get it. I was like immune powers to make a bear. Another mutant power is to like you have a sword and a dragon it's like, okay, I. In this is where the movie becomes the blockbuster. that it tried to avoid but that blockbuster comes in way too. Late, you spent all this time talking about the background, these characters, and all of a sudden I got a fucking bearing a dragon come out of nowhere a mutant powers. What kind of fucking DNA makes that your? Shit sure in the comics explain all this in. The course of a dozen issue. Things things happen things have changed in this is it's gone, but just through it. All right. Then and the thing is at first half of the movie your right where it is not moving just these these dreary therapy sessions. This would have been the time to bring those things up to start introducing it. So it would makes at least some sense when it got to that point. The the first half is is all mood and like you I was like, all right I don't like this. This is a moving, but I do like that it is something different. And then you get that you know that the silly dance sequence. But after that, that's when the plot kicks in and things start happening. So it's like all right. Well, I'm not so happy about that part but at least we got things moving and going and it all ends up to the big action setpiece that I have mixed feelings about their yeah. That action setpiece feels like. If you don't have a lead up to that if you explaining everything to me and all of a sudden. All of a sudden, you show me. A bear that comes from the Union Power Goddamn John Bear and then you showing me these sex s Linda. Man. Without explaining what that is all these things are coming out because you need to just all of a sudden just dump all this to make to finally make a superhero movie that you feel would get the money that's that that does not work for me. Plus like I said, you know without any kind of explanation. Now you're throwing a bunch of special effects at me I mean, maybe that's where the re-shoots came in when it was that there was like Hey This expert property you got to put some stuff in here and if in like I say re-shoots consum-, sometimes work but if is noticeable if things aren't mixing well together, then that's the the problem a look. There's been a lot of bad. Movies apocalypse is horrible. Wolverine X. Men Three The Mo the most recent one. The one that they said pretty much you know. That's it. That killed everything. These characters kind of killed everything now, but they will no way out but. Dark Phoenix. Dark Phoenix that. That is a horrible. X. Men help is on the way. During space missions now. Go. Get the astronauts we bring them home go. He'd signatures rising. Fest. I G. Now that movie is bad because first of all, it's just a bad movie period, but it's a bad X. men movie in the sense that it's not really doing anything different from any. The X. Men movie I mean, they're trying to tell one of the most epic stories, but it's probably not doing anything a this gets by only because they are trying to do something different but I mean I'm not. Getting. Curve rate is like all right cool. Some of it worked with some of it didn't. I don't it's not the terrible movie that people trying to make this out to be I, don't think like I. Say I've seen a lot worse. Apocalypse is so much worse so much worse Extend Origins Origins Yeah Wolverine. That is that is really the best. The worst. That's the worst one but this is this is not good. At least I don't think so I think it's something that. Martin, put out there and he's like you you you summed it up well when it's like it's one of those blunt house movies whereas all right does that make sense This is this is not good. But you know if. I let me put it this way. I would not trying to put us in a theater I would not go see this in the theater at all is kind of A. Very, kind of won't say low low rental, but it's a very mediocre rental to me because even in a Har- angle the Moody Moody level, you see this blockhouse movies. Just they have superheroes here and just a little bit more of a budget. If they came out with a vaccine today. And they told me that this move was playing right now and that's the only thing we had to go see I say fuck that stay at home. I'll wait. I'll I'll watch home video and I'll be IRA because it's kind of dull some parts too. But yeah, I give it. A rental man is not as it is not the disaster that the people are saying it is but definitely, it wasn't worth all this time and all this controversy and all this talk about where there's GonNa the-there's this is a forgettable forgettable movie right here. I. Can't argue with you on any of that. I did like seeing different. In an X. men movie that was one of the things that that I've found enjoyable entertainer joy is good at times but like she'll be really good and then her accent will completely slip. It was like she forgot what character she is, and then she'll come back and I'm like, oh no, no no. I'm digging as the Sassy Russian girl I think as if you're a fan of the new mutants, there are things to enjoy where. You go like you know what? They actually are being true to these characters in a way that movies often aren't aren't willing to do and they're likable things about it. But but the most likely thing is that it's trying to do something different. It is far from the worst X. Men movie I mean it didn't take much not the worst but this I. Don't see how you fix your mouth to say that unless you just haven't watched. Any even the last two movies there because dark, Phoenix left me going all right by X. men don't let the door hit you and this is one where. I've seen a lot of unfair criticism saying this is a bad way to end this franchise to put the period on the sentence I was like this was an seem to never be meant to do that. Even when the first time I saw the trailer thought this seems more like a low level kind of horror film that's not meant to be the last word X. men even the the original creation of the new mutants wasn't all these guys are gonNA replace the X. Men. It was just like, Oh, I just WanNa get another team of younger people since the X. Men are clearly in their twenties or older if you go by Wolverine and Banshee. This, it doesn't have its it's reach doesn't exceed its grasp because it's not. It doesn't have high aspirations and it comes in maybe about where it meant to or below. But I'm with you man, it's a rental this just watch it the whole time it's like, I'm not hate miss this stuff I like about it, but it's not a movie. Theater. Art. All right folks. See here. We got. Vices, spoils. Nah Nah. I. Told you the fucking bear. On. Will Go. Yeah. I was stupid but. Later. Way Of folks, we see Martin on. You don't have to go along with this I. If you'd have not thoughts, you know you have thoughts but it was nothing more than anybody else said, you haven't thank you want to say anything about. I didn't see what you guys say but I know what people are saying I mean you know the? Such an extreme tragedy that he's dying at such a young age it's really hitting everybody cause for him to be so young and not you're not expecting it. But that he had been sick for four years while he was doing all this stuff and you know like a lot of people I remember seeing him in the black jeopardy episode of SNL. Challah and I thought man he looked so thin but I figure like, okay he just probably just the muscle because he's got a roll coming up in you know I, mean who knew what he was silently suffering and kept everyone from from from revealing, which is admirable. And it's. You know in a year we had so many bad things happen. This is just like really this to did this happen. Okay. and. You know the controversy on whether the recast, the role are not yet. Because we talked about that too. Well. I mean there's no reason to even be discussing it right now but eventually yes. Of course I mean he ain't got no choice but. Just, kind of figuring like. GonNa recast it. Are they gonna try to like bringing another another character who can be Black Panther I think the better move is just recast it. Yeah I mean it doesn't sound like they were working on the second movie yet not just been announced. Any production has been made no production at least. I mean who have they recast they might want to have the character show up in another movie I get everybody used to the idea. Mill. WHO'S BLACK DO? That gap pretend to be black. IPAD must be up on a mission got do represent. Yeah yeah people, Watch our whole discussion on yesterday. Didn't you brought up some good clips? Oh, thanks man appreciate. Lot of people liked it. I. Know Some people even reached out to me on social media saying, thank you sounds like. A real cool about it. People very cool about it man I I was. Very happy with the response. Yeah. No me to people I got so much stuff where people saying man thank you for making us laugh with that too. Yeah. We try to do. Yeah. All right folks. Anybody. Want to do a little talk on what time is us so late anyway I wanNA talk on. Do a little talk to earn a tiny Irwin stock with tiny narrow today. read an email real quick. Tell you what read an email real quick. Sound like the Chamberlain's Xi's. Sarah. Ran How you been. My seventh month anniversary on twitch a council myself as a birthday present because I knew, it would be a while before I could go to the movies and other places y'all have brought a ton of fun during his awful awful year am by joining the side crew. She looked at Bidu wrecks. 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I don't think anybody should feel ashamed for talking about that is how you approach it screen ran was the one that they put up any kind of respect for Chadwick. Bozeman. They put up what's GonNa pather it is like a really yeah. But, but I don't want to do this whole thing. Everybody's trying to act all like moral and shit like that's not right to say that because everybody's thinking at everybody's thinking this. It probably, one of the first things that came to people's minds and we all thinking about this. just as a way to talk about. Who let's go look at Illinois enough in all I am not either. You know. The idea of Johnny Washington as another character within the universe becoming black. His cousin. I. You know what I but I. I was fine with whatever they wanna do just trying to think of creative ways because. When they recast certain people? They just recast them as the same character. Yeah. We haven't gotten used to those people. 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They've been thinking about this every time when they learned that he was sick right he probably had those conversations because he would have had to like. The thing is like when you're casting something, they do like a whole medical examination. Are you healthy enough to do this role and so they've been aware of this ever since he's been Black Panther. So they probably had these conversations a long time. So yeah, we'll see what happens. Yeah. Let's see. Dr Bob Bougie loved that name. That is a great name been a big fan of you guys ever since the spill days. So I came across you and the crew all those years ago back when you want. People know that for a little while we want I G in in. The only time that they pull the plug is when they forgot that we even there. A whole page Aegean talk to people but. S for the some big spill reviews were coming in from our people were being exposed to those in. The somehow the power got transferred and exchanged over Aegean and people forget that we will own. That's hilarious might be a page still there I don't know but I know they just stop asking us to put stuff up there. I. Think I think what happened was. Trying to upload something and something went wrong. in. Who Are you? Wrong number. Yeah, any care But he says anyway I want to propose an idea to you would be willing to go over fan animations, critique them, and apply your knowledge of animation to these projects and point out the flaws in the places where they succeeded you can. You can even interview them at the chance arises assuming idea appeals to you Also a couple of weeks back Martin mentioned a drink in which someone from the West indies made him in involved an AIG. Some alcohol drink in he says, I, believe milk. Yes it was Guinness. Raw Egg and condense milk nice in in a blender. He also had a example of something that he thought that we would enjoy as a flash animation. Camera. Cameron with. And I can't remember if it was the entire egg or just the egg white sounds good. I love drinks. AAC Whites. So, we're not gonNa Watch this whole thing at the cussing this. And this is a superman animation. Fights the whole. Interesting. This looks pretty cool a look. The whole thing with critique in people's animations, and when I don't WanNa, do that man do movies and whatnot. But a lot of people you know. I don't want to sit up there in like like I know everything about animation I'm not the best animated in the world you know I think I'm I think I'm pretty inspired in a lot of energy and do these things but I am I the best known I don't want us to be critique somebody else's animation because unless you some big Hollywood person. Qasr Hollywood has all the money and whatnot and these people usually got. They can move on from a bad project if criticized but somebody who's sitting at home working on animation on the own they worked hard on that man you know and I look I don't mind. Somebody's sending US stuff and I can give you the critiques the best of my ability. But? I don't want to publicly put it out there say this and what is that? What does that? Sounds. Who you John Komo's. Know. Exactly I mean, they have not touched any girls. Question for the last show. Dave's. Dave Solo the legend. Hey crew with everything going on with the past Chadwick Bozeman. I G Marvel decides to recast thing since the Docklands. Being if He. I'm just. I don't think it's a common. TYPO. If marble sized recasts, I think since doctor strange is going into the multi-diverse, he'd get into the black partner from another reality. But that would be cool I did there's all kinds of stuff they'll do man. I tell you just from a personal point to be I liked the idea being create. When you can play with time and space and all that kind of stuff I like the idea being created with the story if you have to recast but you know I'm not GonNa be upset no matter what they do so. Do Adam Daniels I have been listening to yours since your days on spill I just wanted to say I. Think you're wrong about Batman returns I think Danny de Vito was great Penguin Michelle Pfeiffer was great as cat woman also did you ever watch that Strange Insurance Commercial Smu? If not here it is cautioned some violence. The answer. The both those is no. No. No Batman returns is not a good movie not look. You could like it if you want to. It just does not appeal to me it's stupid. Sorry. I'll be I'll be someone positive. I love the idea of Gotham in winner. Look I. Think I think that's pretty cool. The gothic architecture snow on. That was pretty cool. Okay. I'll give you that. Thanks. That's about all I. Can. Do that. Michelle pfeiffer where what they did whatever it was. Not Good. 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About David whenever I see him in a movie now your interview is the first thing. That's good. Peanuts. What? I watch crash for the first time this year I saw Keith was work. I. I can't see him now. See. Peanuts and. Listen We. Actually. There's a slip up here because I meant to put that into our talk yesterday briefly because people in bringing up twenty one bridges and saying, Hey, don't forget this movie right here and guess what God But the other thing is we Martin said it but we didn't get a screen between one bridges they had it but it was way out at Lake Line and there were two other screenings that same night. Oh That's right. That's right. I do remember that. So yeah we we never were able to get around to see because it was double booked with something else. Also, yeah it was. It was like can mediocre? I. Think. You'll only go see movies that. the the you don't get screening unless it's terrible unless it's like truly off. Think. Through Sunday service like this one was okay. Here's good in it but the movie is a generic leg action cop thriller but I I just thought that's a movie like worth seeking out now that he you know he's no longer with us. Yeah. You know I got tell you man you kinda. You got me there. It's not like I don't want ignore movies but I mean there's just some things that are just not going to be a draw even the people here you know no nobody had interest in twenty one bridges. Yeah. I mean. I was aware of her by just wanting to. Five and then left really quick. We'll be saying no I like I I was I was aware of it, but I was film that kind of came and went where like I I put together some of the clips for for the show and I just want to focus on like a lot of bio-pics. He was a part of we've got people claim for either for his film itself and obviously for Blue Pants are. But also for you, you rob God's Egypt wet. That was a great little it's. Fun You know so so it's trying to have a little humor we do these. Remember these people's is FIS forgot about always funny. No one's bringing up twenty nine bridges. Yes. What brought up guys of Egypt no-one Br brought twenty one bridges yeah. No, it really did come and go. See this movie but I was also in this Kevin. Costner we called draft day. That Is Always not. It's not. It's. It's a big thing. Because you get to the end where he's he's pulled sort of a switch. Things have gone his way and he's made this trade where it's like, oh, he's back in the game but high our friend high who follows draft he was like that was the dumbest trae ha. Actually didn't work out. Well, you know what a thank you. For letting US know, you not might just watch twin bridges out of curiosity and Out of. Guilt says everybody's on my. But. Yeah. Thank you so much man. Something else? No, no one knows up. What's that go ahead? When this whole pandemic clears up. Do you think of ever doing a show in Miami? Florida? You enter. Also. Looking right at you, Martin? Say about this. Maybe, I'd have to look at the demographics to see how that does and see where we are with audiences and whatnot because new. York is definitely the first thing. That we're GONNA do I'll show them. Yeah I'm just I'll tell you this is gone from being a Show it'll be a live show, but also just kind of a big party to like big welcome back to to life for you know. So yeah man. We would definitely going to go New York, and it's going to be a lot of fun. It's going to be a lot of fun. I have so much material written the even though some of his relevant anymore but I still have a show written in New York we talk show at five o'clock instead of seven. Yeah. So that we can have that much longer to go on Yep. Yeah. I'm trying to plan it I. Guess They I've written the show man is but new elements may be added to it and whatnot. So I'M GONNA go back over and get that done but Miami. I would hope so man love, Miami. So. Yeah. Let's see. Thanks man. Is everyone see the. got. To work on that show in. London at some point. No people been asking us go there for the longest time in jolly old yup. London's Zach core what? Say Hi. WHAT'S UP Man Look I was watching a get out last night. And there was a part, you know how they try to become like black people in an episode. That look ugly some. So, trouble come black. People. Some our friend I was like, I. Wonder if they really WanNa, do that now sting would black people would go are going through now? You know. You know what that is a what is a good question because that's one of the things put in that looked at moving I said. This is cool for this film and some people probably want to do this but that's bullshit. Ain't that look. I ain't trying to make anybody feel uncomfortable around anything but nobody's trying to treat their lives off to black got. Sound, like things with different than. Yeah. Now I'm talking about in that movie. Now I, know when at university I mean that's why as a fucking fantasy. But yeah. Just. Telling the way it is anybody can be as now. Don't get me wrong. There are some people who that's what they want that that woman changed herself black a lot of people try to. You know at the same time, there's a lot of people want change themselves in a tigers and birds to some. People Tigers and burden on. This compares very low. Fetishism Same about it fuck daddy I mean. But Shoot me fuck. Yeah they're saying hey. Listen, he's saying black people animals. I'm not down Negro that you say that you ought to go put me in a spot I met with I'll fucking said, yes people treat it like a fetish people treat. Who'd? Also. Know people treat it like a fetish like they treat animals I know. People want they want they want to be black way somebody wants to be a fucking. Cap. Yeah exactly you know. What I'm talking about in the same thing. But for the most part, the way people the way most people will say, no, I don't want to be a fucking animal say. Date people like crazy plaque. While we'll do that. Take. Him Leg it is I'm not trying to make black people feel bad about it I would. At this point in my life, I would not. You can pay me to be anybody else. This is what I WanNa do you know more liquid? Try for. A Let me just say this you wouldn't freaky Friday with Chris. Put me into this. Conversation with. I'm not getting involved. Thank you had to be careful about you say that because it doesn't it's not a way to make. Feel. Bad about themselves like I have. A. Almost to a fault in myself you know. I have no problem with my. Problem my looks at it. I'm still passing mirrors like Damn you doing all right today. Look. Good. I had no problem with the way I look. So I don't I'm not saying that we shouldn't. But I'm just saying that's what society has taught us. That's what that's what decide is taught the world is like hey. If you're this, that's and that's another thing that's wrong with that perception because there's a lot of people who still thank like Oh you put their. Own. It must. It must be so bad to look at yourself in the mirror and all there's no fucking look better than you. GotTa hear. Problem with that at all. But that's the thought is like I'm not trading my I'm not trading anybody. Let me put it this way I've closed with this. Ask. Anybody out there if. White privilege don't exist, and if they say that's a myth that does not exist. Well, I. got this Magic Potion here. They'll trade places with you right now fuck that. I'm not getting rid of this privilege. Crazy. Take it but I've already built. No Man you'd be proud of who you are and I'm going to tell you the biggest. Listen no everybody should be proud to be who they are. I'M GONNA. Tell you one the one the big things of. Of, being an the struggle as bad but it really does show you how much things are worth fighting for. You know. A lot of people who don't have a culture don't have it. They don't have an opposition to them and it's like I'm not saying that I like having opposition all the time but it really does make you look at things with a better since of value. Gives you purpose almost you know yeah that's a good way to put it. So. Don't ever own ever be ashamed of who you are no matter what you are. Okay you black white anything else. Anybody else that we. I think quickly are wants to come on. All. Right go are. Not. Just good old quest girl. Look. Lead. Speaking of a witch man last night man boy. Try to watch. ME. You try to watch the boys. Who? Lake Buddy would not let you. Watch an episode of the course of four hours. I was so sorry about that. First of all, he was talking through the the whole. The whole thing that guy did see that guy did the right there how was going to do next? Who is that person? That person must be evil. That random quakes. That Tom Hanks on. The. Inside, it was like this. Now. That's that's. Okay, I finally stopped Christmas. Just show, right? Yeah. Did turn it off in the middle of watching in the middle of the. Yes he ain't GonNa Watch this whole thing and we went back and watched it but it was a struggle. It'd be. Able to pull them aside and say, Hey, man, it was one point where he went back and start talking to me and you know we read nicest talk outside and not being me and said, we just have to watch this for just gave up man I gave up and sent him home and I say, well, why wash later and then? Just hung out. Wouldn't until like two. I knew it'd be there for. It is funny because it was twelve something and I like the guy don't get me wrong but it was twelve in the and he said and I said, you want anything else. You want to get a drink and just go sit. No no no no. No. Not that. Don. I gotta get up at six in the morning. Which means A why is going to carry wish to me? It's up to six in the morning. So if I'm up, I'm not going back to bits and I'm a I'm out of here. But you know I was thinking. Like when you think that means it's going to be. Let's go. On fucking. He had a cooler. Cool I had finally take their ship from and just put it down. Let it go. Drop it. Let it go because you're not leaving. Aside I say ewing during the nails but God damn I need one. Because he I mean first of all, he pissed off me because really yeah what? Does Not pissed off but. He likes to bring up politics and nobody wants to talk. And he's one of those guys who Assumes that everybody already is on the same page he does. You know what I'm saying? No. You don't WanNa go, Turkey. Because he told me. Don't don't want us over there. Like. You. Do. What do you know about I was like Shit? The brought him in. Yeah. You don't want to and then the and then we brought up the thing is because he interrupts you too. Because I let it go as long as I could do not want to discuss this man you be nice abroad drinks and everything and I think people hear things in the news and they just get Krino police shooting everybody I. Mean I can tell you right now statistics statistics as soon as rambling Oh boy here we go. Crushes Shit and it's like. You know statistically. You'RE NOT GONNA get shot I'm not gonna you kind of look at it this way let him like us but fuck man, I find guesses statistically I will get shot before you will probably and the situation while shouldn't. Yeah Yeah Yeah but. Yeah Yeah Yeah I WANNA hit his say look man. And we just had to go out being nice and I just finally just at. We stopped at a moment he got quiet of listened to reach what control the show Beco-. Because you will over the list I was. Every now, and then he came in with something like every night, he'd like look man not even had to say. Like you've kind of full of shit and it just like, why are you talking about this nobody wants to talk about year? Yeah. You know I've. Managed to dodge this shit all the time and I always have been able to switch to a different subject even into your home he would not let go you wouldn't. Like man, just drop it. You know we we hear to watch fucking movie are have some drinks eat pizza and he just had to keep challenging. Yeah. It's like what do you do shit like an evening expect me to just be like, yeah, you're right. There's like, no, that's what he wants. His. Engel. No you you're not. You're not gonNA like you're not. You're not moving from this man. I'm not budging from that. You can listen to what atom. Listen Shit all night he'd look I was still cool about I don't. Know. But I'll just kind of like not no man police should fuck do their job. Bring the numbers and shit up man I. Want to hear this I know you're scientists in ship I WANNA, help A. Good, guy though I mean it sounds like because you know we agree more than disagree writing he's not like some full blown out trump support or anything like that. I, mean that's one of the things that brings it back right fuck that guy right and I was like yeah thanks. You know he's a sweet guy very nice. God known him for years man. Brain what do you? Why do you want to do this? All the time. You want me to say that one of the first times we started hanging out, we got to a full fucking argument in the middle of a of a bar he's yet. And he's and he you know I bring this up and I was like, yeah. But you did I'm riding with you and I had to go get drinks everybody else like look this is a stupid. Okay guys. Let me go get some drinks drop and I think ever since we had that first argument is has been like we been closer since then but I've been able to head to listen to them. Talk I've been able to like just not accused. Press a button here switched to route. Let's go another way. I'm glad you got to see that. Yeah. Yes. Because about told anybody how do talk to a movie? You wouldn't you think I'm exaggerating show not just the way this. was like looking at. Four, what are you GonNa do I? Sit in somebody's narrating through the entire me. Ask them questions. spouting random I don't know what the characters to do in the scene and that's happened yet. I've seen him what? Time you. I'm watching the same as you. Know. I. Don't know Man Anyway Guys Outta here. On, thank you so much. Cory about. Yes. An instigator. We really do have to rehearse to we do. Yeah. Yeah. Got We'll talk about it. I gotta go see Ma Dukes Mama Cho Okay Oh. Okay. Let me know. Yeah. Figured it out. It's a birthday yesterday. Oh. Yeah. So She Eighty Shit man she like eighty four out. Yeah. Oh, before we go one last thing. Man I. Forgot to bring this up one last leave you guys with this on a positive note this'll be fun. It'd be a lot of fun. My Young White Daddy anime edition I seen this. Yeah, my Jimmy Oh? ooh. Yeah. I always look forward to a new Juliana. Yeah. Very talented this is L. People. This is hilarious. Let's see here. You know what download. And Let's watch the further adventures of my young Daddy. The enemy addition. Still Download and so I got away for a nice setup to. It's taking this on down long is this thing? You know what may be better off? Okay. All right. All Right? All right. It'd be good way to in the night. Yeah. My Young Way Daddy. The enemy. Data. Quoting? including. Mohammed. Chris. Moles tickets. Okay. audio. On Stainless. Looking. Go Eight. Little Kid, in. Jamile, sweaty. The. League. Weeks. Not. On. The. Ashby. Think. A spiny ornamented. On the Only. Guy. On the me on the rich. Wouldn't. He'll triple cool audie on the money Oh. huff. A OF Old. Shit. Oh good. Wow, that's fantastic. This is that is completely amazing. Who ever put this together no Giuliano, put the work in imaginary ball said because the one that I'm sure orchestrated this whole thing he sent it to me great work. Incredible and I'm a WHO did the boys work on that? Great. But this is this is truly inspired I love this. I love this I got to out where to put this. This is amazing. This is something that we were doing I can guarantee you we're doing Patriot we would animate this anime episode enemy of. ood That'd be a goal to get anime episode of. Young White Dead Yes. Yes. Perfect. Man. Thank you so much that is so much work put into this and something anybody Yeah. This is Truly heartfelt right here I don't know how we're going to put. We'll put this up I. Tell You what we're GonNa do put this up somewhere on youtube prevalent bites. But. It's this is great. Awesome wait in the show. Yeah. But isn't. My favorite drawing on the let me see if I can find. My favorite drawn. Is. A is Martin. At the ANIME catty. People. That's amazing. Love it. Love it. Love it that now that it is inspiring to us would love to do an actual anime episode. This is why would he the Patriarch Yeah? Animator I was talking to today he was ready but. Let's do it. Do it now. Hold on got around money patriots even. But yeah people try to get Patriot. So we can bring you bonus content like that, and also just support what we do here on glad that you guys are subscribing to twitch if you have Amazon prime accounts perfectly to subscribe at that. But when the Patriot comes along, please support us over day. If you can't, we can support ourselves and also bring you. More content such as Thing. That's it. Thank you more you bet. Chris on. Get Out of the stupid K. Cool Man. G. Miller DOT COM that's K.. C.. D. Dot com email. Any questions, comments complement insults ponente advice. Hit US up on the social media twitter. INSTAGRAM facebook. Does. Take you need to go? And also hit us up. In the time is right. 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