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Side Hustlers!

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Side Hustlers!

"Was going on. People like to welcome you to another cue on one edition of talk radio. Show my name's quincy and this is my shelf and with the what i like to do is interview feet to expose my audience to do things. I talked to authors entrepreneurs entertainers counselors other podcasters. Sometimes just your everyday person who just ask something to say about a particular topic so as an opportunity for you to get to know these people up and close and learn their short. What's the passion to choose certain career or what inspired them to write the book. Why is this person so opinionated about a particular topic so just sit back and enjoy the show and please be encouraged to share a lot of my guests much like myself. Kinda do their thing by word of mouth. So the more that you share like or comment on social media post then the more you can help me grow the show in an also give more support to the people that bring on the show who are looking to get their services products and talents out to the masses so without further ado. Let's get to the interview. What's going on people all right. This is not your typical q. On one show this is like a cue on one all one on one on one. I got a whole bunch of people on here there. We're going to speak to you tonight. An opportunity to spotlight entrepreneurs from across the country. Okay let you know what they do how you can find them and you know maybe their services would be of use for you too so just a chance for people to network and for me to expose you to new things so without further ado i will go ahead and now we'll get started. I'm going to go here. Amber missed regina harris. If you're about to move out you started itching. Yes all right so glad to have you. Here Regina resigned pelican state of louisiana as she has something to talk to us about. Garage wears f. announced that correctly is correct garage. Where is the land and ask oranje. I'm so grateful on it because it's gotten a lot of publicity is actually an At age control Primarily for little girls says little girls don't have a whole lot of products and making us but this is a really good when you only use a damn size and i've been letting me go for ten dollars with free shipping and for my face with france has been seven dollars. I also have here. That's gonna release on july eighteen. The shampooed conditioner the hair serum Did leave in conditioner just a number of things to help. Low girls hair out. I had daughters myself in that tell. You is so hard to comb through their hair. So i had to buy something really good in the easy for me and for them especially children are tender. Headed this right here i. 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There would be a great book and again. I'm that state. And because it's my book but i'm just saying that it's very interesting all obstacles and things you go through when you're so out of the norm so but he comes in july eighteen also Which is my daughter's twenty first birthday. So that's why. I picked that date for everything. Release stone era grecu. Now let people know where they can find you. You can on facebook under jonah row harris or you can always a family for the the products under garage where it also instagram under. rotana harris. So just the mere mansi shooting an email. Whatever you need to get in touch with me and then i'll let you know how this works in how to to he To grasp the product. Okay are right or wrong. We appreciate you joining. The show is good to see you. And you know i'll be back. I'll be in touch you when it comes to talking about their book. Absolutely thank you so much clancy warrant near honored all right. Thanks a lot talk to you soon. Okay so that was regina harris in louisiana. So let's see. Where am i going. Now i'm going to go to the peach state of georgia and welcome on someone who's been on the show few times miss angel right from speaker sis and angel how are you doing. I'm doing well how you doing q when i heard the peach state. I knew you were coming this way. All right all right. So tell the people about speak up. Sis- all right so speak up says is an empowerment business and What we do is to create spaces that allow women to acknowledge on an embrace the truth of their life in order to be able to share their stories with vulnerability transparency and honesty and we create spaces via podcasts as well as an online book. Sheriff i'm also alive strategist consultant. So i work one on one with women to help them. I'm strategize four. Their lives Personally as well as professionally I hope Not just women. But i help people in general to start podcast to self publish their books and all that good stuff so those are just a few of the things that we do speak up says and so basically. You're saying you have all the jobs if you are trying if you have gotten to a place as especially if you're a middle aged woman I specifically that's that's my my my niche market if you're a middle aged woman And your you you've been working all of your life and you're at a place where you're ready to step out and live in purpose and on purpose. Then connect with me. I can help you. So i can't help you find your purpose but i can help you live and purpose so most aptly i'm also an author I have so published three boats Myself and i create space to allow other so published authors to share their work as well. All right we'll let the people know where they can find you most definitely You all can find me at speak up. Says that's s. I s speak up. Says dot com You can find the the bookshelf there. If you are an independent author especially a christian author and you would like promotion for your book you would like to increase visibility for you and your brand and game more readers than connect with us as because says dot com. Just click bookshelves Complete request farm. You can get at me that way. Also podcast holes. You can always on guest on the show. You can connect with me. The speak of says dot com as well. And there's a store you can purchase my three books as well as says merchandise. So i appreciate you taking the time to join the show angel and i will be speaking to you in the future. I thank you for the opportunity by everyone all right as joy in georgia so now let me try to go to texas and see. There's carla hey arya was happening was headed. Okay carlin your side hustle quyen. Okay the name says it all right well yes let the people know what you do and try to keep it under three days of the great right. Okay so let me start by saying i call myself decide how soclean and actually someone gave me that name because they always talk to me about what i was into at wor. I was always at work in the. Were asking what other things are you doing. 'cause i always was into something inside so i just had learned that being able to share information on sino cels is my thing in so i created a brand called side-hustle clean. I have a website where people come there. They can find out information about eating magnify. Sorry giving a side hustle outside of their nine to five because right now especially in this economy to have a second or a backup source of income. So there's a ton of side hustles out there but a lot of people don't know how to get involved in one of the key ones is. I started out being a secret shopper. In i found out that a lot of people didn't know how to get involved in that in not hard to do but they didn't know so. I said well let me share that information in overtime i started doing all these other types of side hustles because i love doing things on side and so now i have this brand where my primary purpose is to help people find side hustles or show them. All the different types of side hustles are out there so that they don't have to think that they're confined just to unidentified to make money. That's a lot mean like you say you are the ultimate side-hustle were sure. I'm pretty sure i'm being charged for interviewing you right now because your time is valuable. Now your special discount code for you. But i'm giving you the free interview. A i appreciate and so we'll let people know where they can find you and then some of the things you do sure so you can find me at if you go to. Www dot side-hustle queen dot com all one word You can find all of my social media links there. You can find information about information that i can share with you. You can contact me if you have questions or do have information that i do sell really cheap on in terms of sources for secret shopping or focus groups out some of the things that i do is i do see my shopping. There's focus groups in those companies. That will hire you to sit around and look at dish soap for hour and pay you two hundred dollars. I do a direct selling yes. It's true i do direct selling. I sell pampered chef. Am i do. Oh social media evaluating so. There's a company that pay you to go out on social media and just make sure that all of the ads in the descriptions on social media are accurate. And you can make money doing that from your home and almost all of my social media. I'm answering all of my side. Hustles are ones where you choose when you wanna work so if you don't wanna work today or if you don't wanna work for five months and you wanna come back and make some money on the side. Those are the types of side hustles. I'm into where you are flexible to choose when you want to do it. Make money when you wanna make money. I like that allies out. I love options. I love but i'm holiday about the dish so job or two hundred bucks so it's so easy. Yeah yeah. I got to find out about that. Yes so carla. Look i appreciate you taking the time to join the show and with you in the future maybe bring you on for a one on one to get more indepth information on what it is you you do all absolutely and thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. Not a problem i will speak with you so all right. Take care everyone all right. So that is carla out in texas. And i appreciate her coming. I really do find out about the at a soap. Two ended dollars. Look at soap. i'm gonna come on okay so next. I am going to go to the dmv area up near dc and welcome on she mak- what's going on. How you doing today thank you how are you i am outstanding am so glad to have you on. Let the people know what it is that you do. So i am in author and i am new to the skin care. Essential business so i do produce an artisan brand of my own shea. Butter skins Sugar scrubs and just a host of other skin-care goodies. So i did actually Finish mac first literature. He's of literature. The labor of love recovery from toxic. Parenting it is now available. And i also have my skincare products which is also the labor of love essential. This is my one of my favorite sense. It's the one of our actual signature am bestselling cents pineapple Milk and honey. Both of these businesses derive from a place of broken is so at the beginning of the pandemic found myself not being able to plop down on my therapist's couch and you know be able to give myself some sort of release so i you know found myself writing more in creating more from that. The skin care business was birthed and from that the was berthed So here we are. You know you're one. After being in the pandemic i have to Babies under me That i am very proud of but they have provided me a sense of healing just given me a sense of another form of therapy And you know. I'm just happy to share it with the world. Thank you so much for the opportunity again. all right. let's also has great. You have a lot going on to and you know kind of what you know. We we've heard people say that you have to have multiple things going on in order to really get that that opportunity for wealth going but let people know where they can find you and so on social media you can find me on facebook ish. Mika see byron and on instagram. You can find me girl right. Her also doubt the way that it sounds girl right and then her And those are the only main those are the main platforms. That i utilize. Okay all right. Sounds like a plan. And i'm going to have to check the book out. I i just recently found out about books. So that's kind of new to me and I think what you what you're attempting to do is great. Hopefully something that. A lot of mothers can benefit from then realized that a can't get lost just because they become apparent and fathers too for that matter. So what i right can make so did see you again. Thanks for coming back onto the show. And i will be talking to you in the future. Thank you have a great evening. Okay okay so we have like three more people. I think that. I have to get two three more. So let's see. Where are we going. Where are we going. I am going to go to see have a couple of vets on allied. Hopefully they can be patient with me. Stan how this works. So i'm gonna go to the sunshine state of florida and welcome on miss wendy beck wendy was going on. Thanks for having me on I am the owner of the seychelle. She should airbnb. I built a twenty twelve shed in my backyard on the other side of my pool with the help of another friend of ours. United high school together. Another friend of ours. Sean is regular on your show. I think you'll notice on your show over. The course of a year way built this shed. Drywall painted the island floor. I almost cried. I had john alameda. Does he's got my back. You can do this. And we ended up with a neat little space. Totally green composting. Bathroom will little shower. It's the bathroom. Has a open tunnel. Cover tunnel cover on the ceiling of the bathroom. So you can actually lifted up and it's actually become a success. I keep it. Low cost ama- listener mile from the beach. So i've met a lot of fascinating people in in good friends. And i am really enjoying having this little side hustle. That doesn't interfere with my my day job. Hey that's what it's all about being able to do this. And make money while you sleep. Essentially the shale chichi. I'm gonna put the Youtube link to that video into the comments so people can go and check out the full of video you really need to look at it as very nice I love the waterfall shower. Or whatever with the skylight where you can open up the open air coming into the shower. That is pretty cool. So and you're located right outside of pensacola beach right yes. It sat right between pensacola beach in the fort walton destiny area. It's a little bit odd quieter. Non touristy area. I've had people that have flown in and not even had car just walked everywhere on a seminar pool in in have they can build a fire. There's just it's really cozy aren't will let the people know where they can find you. The year you could find me on facebook certain seychelle shisha or you can also get me on airbnb dot com okay and i will also put that in the chat for you ought to click on the link you can go take a look at the pitchers and go ahead and book your next vacation for this summer. I think it was a really nice spot in something. I have to take advantage of myself. Someday i don't have a coupon code because i don't know how to work out an airbnb but i will kicking an extra night. If you mentioned that you saw me on the top two q show free weights. You can't beat that you can't beat the and that's going to be the first thing that comes outta my mouth when i book my weekend that hey i want to talk radio. Show absolutely or wendy. I appreciate you taking the time to join the show and have a good one. Thank you all right. So next i am going to go to the pelicans state of louisiana once again and i know you know this young lady of you watch my show. At all. And welcome maam. Erica warne is chaos in the many other things that she does erica. what's going on. Hey q. how you doing. I'm doing well so good to see you. Let the people know what you do. Well is a warren. And i live here in hammond louisiana. I am an offer of life cope in a podcast host Of my life coach business is virtual. So i reach women. I coach women all over the united states. And that's what i love is that i'm not limited to my local area anymore of akin. You know connect with women all over the country I coach women in the areas of self love life purpose break-up recovery and dating so once you get over that no good do and your network. I'm gonna help you get over him. Then you go find a good one quit and also co host the dote discussions with a podcast every sunday. Six thirty central standard time on you to with my also co host gator. Live we talk about everything from relationships to raising kids to mental health issues to pop. Culture was the one owned in the world today. a little wretched news there But we just offer new in different perspectives. We have a lot of fun so we we talk about. You know serious topics but did we make it fun. We put some laughter in there So those those things that i love to do. Because it's it's like their p- being able to have conversations. I think that this world has lost the art of conversation because conversation is how you get to know more about people figure out. Different perspectives in the world. So that's what. I'm passionate about women. Women's issues helping women gain healthier relationships have a healthier perspective of in sales. And didn't just you know having great conversations are right. That's what's up. He let the people know where they can find you. Where can they find your coaching services. i know they can go note. Discussions with erica. Pop up all over the place but you can connect with me for the coaching is a website is www dot coach e deaths life. Coaching dot com. I also have a facebook page for the coach e life. Coaching and i also have an instagram. Which is coach Virtual you can connect with me there for the don't discussions. I have instagram page with this dope. Discussions underscore pied or just connect with us in to our youtube channel. You know an join in live conversations. We're always looking for new guests. The new perspectives. All right. okay. And like i said you can just trust me you can google discussions with erica and you have a ton of options not look. She's all over again. Where eric i appreciate you. Taking the time to join. The show is always a pleasure to have you in the mix gonna be here definitely be reaching out to you know i will. Yes we're going to be having you on the show pretty soon. All right appreciated you take care it make all right and so we have one more and then we'll get ready to shut this thing down and she is and the mississippi south. She's a homegirl. Let me come on kelly. The boss to the topic you radio show us going on with you. Are you doing little bit of this. And a little bit of bennett. I'm good how are you. I am outstanding Right so let people know what you do. Why are you the boss real. I think i if if they've been here for they know am a woman of many heads First of all. I am a music artists music artists. I is a person who has struggled with my voice and being hurt and being seen music has always been my outlet whether it was reportedly lyric writing just listening to it. It has been away for me to express myself I'm also a creative person. So that has fallen me from a tiny tat onto a now. I've turned it into a business. I'm a graphic designer. A brand manager. A music manager is will Flyers business cards push cars logos. If you're into music. I do mix tape album covers. Ep covers video fliers. I even do baby shower. Invitations in obituaries E- e- gets that way sometimes know life happens. There and graduation material is is very popular. Israel graduation birthdays. I do face. Cutouts on these are handcraft. So you know you wanna represent for your family members. Come get a few look keepsakes. I'm doing short order printing Starting now i'm also a podcast or a fellow castor. You can find me at chicken. Check out the podcast. Cic oh awareness dot com on like. I said i'm i'm a creative person. So i'm always doing something with a diy project you know you tell me that i can't i'm gonna tell you. Watch me work So i just created this merchandise coming soon for the checking checkout why cast I'm just. I'm just the girl just trying to help everyone. I've always had a helping spirit. So if i can help you with your business over your music just call me. The small business plug. The music club aggregates. You write as much one. My my three sixty brand clients letoya speaks. She does voice overs So if you're looking for advertising we're going to help you get it right. Wow that is a life now understand why you have the link tree so people just finding one stop shop and you know i. I don't think i'm too old to drop a rap album and you know. I think i let me know freestyle on him. I don't wanna heard this haters out. There i freaked out. Because i don't wanna deal on right now. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. We'll do that way all right. We'll look. I appreciate you taking the time to join the show and You know. I'll be reaching out to unify future to be back on my guest panel. 'cause i love having you on of course. Oh thank you thank you. Yeah they can find me it on youtube or go to my website for graphic designs d. a. designs in branding this boston visions entertainment sub the designs and brandon dot com. Or if you wanna just joined the world of keighley you know find yet k. Lead the boats you too all right. Okay well i appreciate you coming on. Thanks so much. And i'll go ahead and wrap things up s gonna do it people and it's been a great group of people to come through and you know i reached out to a few guys uh Batting getting a gas. Who can confirm and make this. Go around so maybe feet-dragging mix in a few guys and and do that. But i definitely appreciate the ladies joining. Let you know what they do and again you know the reason. I created the talk radio show. Ten years ago is one to help people talk about things that they normally talk about and to to bring people together okay. It was opportunity to network. Meet other people that i probably never would've otherwise met a lot of these people who have come out tonight have have relationships with for years you know and so i want to give them an opportunity to shine and give them a platform to let you know what they do. Because i mean all of these people perform great services and create great products. And you need to give it a try support local support your people support. Small businesses are right. Because that's like the you know the the heart of the real heart of america so my thanks. Everyone who join follow me. You're not promote myself. Follow me on things Social media talked to q. If you wanna be a part of the spotlight sometime in the future. 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How to stop languishing and start finding flow | TED Talks Daily

WorkLife with Adam Grant

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How to stop languishing and start finding flow | TED Talks Daily

"Hey, where Claire first, it's Adam grant. We're coming back next week with a new batch of taken for granted interviews. We'll have a Nobel Prize winner, one of the world's most influential leaders, a daredevil whose mastered fear, and one of the most decorated Olympians ever. In the meantime, I'm excited to share my new TED Talk on overcoming languishing and finding flow. This talk was originally posted on ted-talks daily, where you'll find a new idea every weekday. You can follow ted-talks daily wherever you listen. I know you all have long to do lists. But I hate wasting time so much that I have a to don't list. Don't scroll on social media. Don't check my phone in bed, and don't turn on the TV unless I already know what I want to watch. But last year, I found myself breaking all of those rules. I was staying up way past midnight, doom scrolling, playing endless games of online Scrabble, and binging entire seasons of TV shows that weren't even good. The next morning I'd wake up in a days and swear tonight in bed by ten, but it kept happening night after night for weeks. What was I thinking? As an organizational psychologist, I have spent my whole career studying motivation. So it really bothers me when I can't explain my own behavior. I wasn't depressed. I still had hope. Wasn't burned out? Had energy wasn't lonely. I was with my family. I just felt a little bit aimless and a little bit joyless. Eventually, I remember there's a name for that feeling, languishing. Languishing is a sense of emptiness, stagnation, and ennui. It was coined by a sociologist, Cory keys, and immortalized by a philosopher. Mariah Carey. When your languishing, it just feels like you're muddling through your days, looking at your life through a foggy windshield. Strangely enough, what rescued me from that feeling was playing Mario kart. But let's back up for a second. In the early days of COVID, a lot of us were struggling with fear, grief and isolation. But as the pandemic dragged on with no end in sight, our acute anguish gave way to chronic languish. We were all living in Groundhog Day. It felt like the whole world was stagnating. So I wrote an article to put languishing on the map. I called it the neglected middle child of mental health. And I suggested it might be the dominant emotion of our time. And soon it was everywhere. I was seeing it all over the media, being discussed by celebrities by royalty. I've never seen people so excited to talk about their utter lack of excitement. And I think that naming languishing help people make sense of some puzzling experiences. Why, even after getting vaccinated, people were having trouble looking forward to the rest of the year. Why when national treasure came on TV? My wife already knew all the words by heart. And why, I was staying up way too late, following victim to what's known as revenge bedtime procrastination. We were looking for bliss in a bla day and purpose in a perpetual pandemic. But languishing is not unique to a pandemic. It's part of the human condition. Two decades of research show that languishing can disrupt your focus and dampen your motivation. It's also a risk factor for depression, because languishing often lurks below the surface. You might not notice when your drive is dwindling or your delight is going. You're indifferent to your own indifference. Which means you don't seek help, and you might not even do anything to help yourself. Languishing isn't just hard to spot though. In many cultures, it's hard to talk about too. When people ask, how are you? You're expected to say, great. Or living my best life. That's called toxic positivity. It's the pressure that we face to be optimistic and upbeat at all times. If you say, you know, I'm just okay, then people might encourage you to look on the bright side or count your blessings, which isn't just annoying. It can actually be bad advice. People who are randomly assigned to account more blessings are actually on average less happy. Because you start to run out of things to be optimistic about. The harder it is to find good things about your life, the more you feel like maybe my life isn't that good. In the early days of the pandemic, researchers found that the best predictor of well-being was not optimism. It was flow. Flow is that feeling of being in the zone coined by the psychologist mihai, she sent me high. It's that state of total absorption in an activity. For you, it might be cooking or running or gardening. Where you lose track of time and you might even lose your sense of self. Flow is the appeal of a Netflix binge. Because you get transported into a different world and immersed in a story. But binging is a temporary escape from languishing, not a cure. At best, it leaves you with a bunch of asymmetric relationships. You might love hanging out with your Friends Chandler, Arya, Dwight, Buffy, Buffy anyone? Joe Exotic? Peppa pig? But they don't know you exist. Binging is passive engagement in a fictional world. Peak flow depends on active participation in the real world. Which is why I was so surprised to find my flow while driving a cartoon car in a Nintendo game. When the pandemic first started, all three of our kids were home in online school. And that lasted for a full year. It was not easy. But like many of you, we were isolated from extended family. My sister was halfway across the country. And one day, we were reminiscing about how much we loved playing Mario kart as we were kids. And she said, well, we could all play together online now. Why don't we start a family game? And soon we were playing every day with a video call running at the same time. And after a couple of weeks, I stopped feeling so blah. I was living zen in the art of Mario kart. And in the morning, our kids were waking up asking what time we would play. They were excited. And they loved it. What I would gloat about an impending victory only to be bombed by a flying blue shell, and then just sit there watching all three of our kids drive past me to the finish line in tiny go karts. We had so much fun that we started a new Saturday night tradition after the kids were asleep, adult Mario kart. So after reflecting on that experience, I'm proud to present to you for the first time my Mario kart theory of peak flip. It has three conditions, mastery, mindfulness, and mattering. Let's start with mastery. Mastery is something a lot of us have been having a hard time finding lately. Psychologists find that at work, the strongest factor in daily motivation and joy is a sense of progress. We find that our happiness depends in western cultures, more on how our projects are going today than how they went yesterday. That's why Nike says just do it. I guess if Nike had been started in a more pass focused country like China, there's slogan would be just did it. If languishing is stagnation, flow involves momentum. But mastery does not have to be a big accomplishment. It can be small wins. Small wins explain why I was drawn to online Scrabble for the rush of playing a 7 letter word. Small wins make sense of why so many people were thrilled to bake their first loaf of sourdough bread. And small winds explain why one engineer spent an entire afternoon mastering the art of stacking M and M's on top of each other. That kind of mastery depends on a second condition for flow. Mindfulness. Focusing your full attention on a single task. Not something a lot of us are doing that much these days. There's evidence that on average, people are checking email 74 times a day. Switching tasks every ten minutes. And that creates what's been called time confetti, where we take what could be meaningful moments of our lives and we shred them into increasingly tiny useless pieces. Time confetti is an enemy of both energy and of excellence. If we want to find flow, we need better boundaries. When I think about boundaries, I think of an experiment by organizational scholar, Leslie parliament. She went to a Fortune 500 company, and she tested a quiet time policy. No interruptions, three mornings a week before noon. On average engineers spiked in productivity 47% of them were more productive than usual. But the best part is that when the company made quiet time official policy, they had 65% above average productivity. I don't think there's anything magical about Tuesday Thursday Friday before noon. The lesson here is that we need to treat uninterrupted blocks of time as treasures to guard. Now mastery and mindfulness will get you to flow. But there's a third condition that turns it into a peak experience mattering. Knowing that you make a difference to other people. Early in my career, I was studying fundraising callers who were trying to bring in alumni donations to a university. I wanted to study how to show them that their work mattered. So I designed a series of experiments, and over the next month, one group of colors on average, more than doubled in weekly time on the phone. And nearly tripled in weekly revenue. What moved the needle was randomly assigning them to meet one student whose scholarship had been funded by their work. Now, instead of focusing on the monotonous process of making calls, they were absorbed in a meaningful purpose of helping to fund tuition. So think about the people who would be worse off if your job didn't exist. Those are the people who make your work matter. You need to know their names, their faces, and their stories. And you can find flow in projects that benefit them. This all explains why Mario kart was such a great experience for me. It gave me a feeling of mastery, the sweet satisfaction of a perfectly placed banana peel from my sister to slip on. It required mindfulness too. My brother in law was the best player, beating him demanded total concentration, especially when my kids were ganging up with him against me. And it wasn't just a game it mattered. Over the past year, we've all felt helpless in one way or another. I felt helpless to fix COVID. I couldn't even do that much to make online school better. And I'm a teacher. But in Mario kart, I felt helpful. I was able to give my kids something to look forward to when we couldn't go anywhere. I was able to keep my family clips when we were far apart. We normally think of flow as an individual experience. But playing Nintendo, we were all immersed together. And although we don't play daily anymore, I feel closer to my sister and my brother in law than I ever have before. I learned that love is not the frequency of communication. It's the depth of connection. I also realize that the antidote to languishing does not have to be something productive. It can be something joyful. Our peak moments of flow are having fun with the people we love. Which is now a daily task on my to do list. So what's your version of Mario kart? Where do you find mastery and mindfulness with the people who matter to you? I think we need to rethink our understanding of mental health and well-being. Not depressed doesn't mean you're not struggling. Not burned out doesn't mean you're fired up. When someone says, how are you? It's okay to say, honestly, I'm languishing. Or if you can only muster one syllable, meh. And when you're ready, you can start finding the flow that lights a path out of the void. Thank you. One more thing. You know I love data and we'd love your help in gathering some data about work life. Let us know what you think at survey nerds dot com slash work life. We'll appreciate your feedback on strengths to build on and weaknesses to overcome. That survey nerds dot com slash work life. Thank you. PRX.

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The Fine Art of Parenting

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The Fine Art of Parenting

"Hey welcome everybody. It's Britain here. Yeah welcome back to our podcast. Keeping kissel where's your diddy? Yeah yeah welcome to keep an ad council might have to close that door for science okay so today we are talking kids. I'm excited for this. But before ceases you know I do want to do a little bit of business. Make sure everybody knows us on social media so follow me on instagram. Cecilia Kissel me on Instagram Brett. Kissel and US together keeping kissel keeping it. Kissel I N G and we're really really excited about everything that we are creating also on our website keeping it Kissel DOT com. So we're talking about kids and this is your expertise. When I grow up. I want to be country. New Grew Up. You want it to be a mom and I just need to tell you and start this episode off on this foot. I am the luckiest dad in the world because two parent with you. Wow our kids are so damn lucky to have you and I'm so lucky to parent with you because you are so good. Well that is so sweet I Will back up and say I am no expert. Everything I do is a trial and error and the things that work you keep the things. Don't get rid of otherwise All we can do our best. That's right yeah. So that's what we're doing. I don't know exactly what we're going to title this episode. By the time you've clicked on this there is a title. I'm thinking I'm kind of thinking I want to go with the flow in just feel it out I I had written down This story that I want to tell you about So that's how a lot of this inspiration goes and flows is we will have an experience and I will have to write down said experience because they either want to share it with Brett It was in the moment and I WanNa talk about it and I don't WanNa forget it or I'll be laying in bed later You know processing the day so Let's talk discipline. What do we do when the kids act up? We count to three and if they're not doing what we need them to do within that time then they go to time out. And there's usually a tantrum and time out but I mean it is what it is We kind of look at it as you have a choice to the extreme tantrums laying on the floor has been a little bit. No you're right doesn't take extreme. She cries she'll sit urge but she will lay on the floor or she'll cry Those kinds of things meal wasn't so much like that. She would protest and not want to be there but Oftentimes she was the or that would be like. Oh fine you know like I tell. People thought it was funny because I would say. Go to time out and she would go if for her wasn't a fight Arias different spirit though in addition different nature As far as that goes. Here's the thing for me as a dad. I don't know if other dads can relate are their moms can relate my kids when they cry or Pout or get mad. Because they don't know any swear words and they don't really know how to articulate how they feel. Yeah I find it so funny. Yeah like I don't have to hide your face because Oh my gosh. We have little toddler terrorists on her hands. Yeah I think that like you know the funniest all the shot and reo just cry. These big big. I've never had anybody cry. Actual physical bigger tears me than me. What's exactly where she gets it from yours you. She is two years old and they're the size of dimes when you cry a tear. It's the size of a looney literally. Yeah Yeah I'm not going to disagree with you without being. I don't know how all of you feel about this but in our home we have When it comes to sharing we kind of have like or not sharing. We have a no tolerance for not sharing I know we've kind of touched on this Over my socials before and just your feelings or thoughts your guys is feelings or thoughts on the subject and a lot of you've brought up some really great points about sharing and Things that maybe should be special or kept special for the kids or respected and I totally agree and I totally We have certain things that definitely are for that our special that this is. Leo's this is Arias this meals but they still share is like to share it to a degree. Yes sleep with their stuffy. No but it's kind of like You can look at it and you're giving someone an opportunity you know like it's a supervised exchange now. Why was that important to you 'cause you're finally shared everything correct. Yeah I grew up sharing and I'm a great share as an adult. I don't know I'm not going to judge you if you're not that's not that's not at all. I just think that like sharing such a beautiful part of this world and when you do share The return on that is In my experience has always been awesome. Well I grew up in a house where there was. No sharing introduced Jameson. 's This was mine. Don't think about touching his. Don't think about touching his sports stuff. Don't play sports games. Don't touch my guitar. Don't touch my Lego. But you're fairly a good share. I love to share. Yeah I wanted nothing more than to actually play with my brother. Yeah and to do a bunch of things but it was just never encouraged encouraged or even in. We really encourage that. We don't even force our kids. We're like hey share with your sister or trade. If they want this you give them something else and then when they get a little yeah once they get a little bit older so we kind of Worded as taking turns for sure Miss taking turns in what's mine. Yeah it is yours but it feels really good. Yeah it feels really good to To share and to allow someone else to love up on your your Your thing to now you were. You were reading Von. Calling a child calling your bluff as meal out. It goes into And the reason I started with sharing is something that would happen. That was common Is Girls struggling over the same toy? This is super common and My thing is usually like I would say something like girls. If you can't share that toy then I'm GonNa take it away and in the past like that worked but then they kind of wised up to it and then some of my friends may hear me say like if you guys cannot share that toy it's going in the trash and for me. It was like anything that causes separation and does not cause. Unity is not long for this world so I might as well get rid of IT MYSELF. And so I'll tell the girls sat and they kinda called my bluff on it once with This random little mermaid and I they were going at it and would not and I kept saying and I finally was like crap I said I have to throw it in the garbage. This is not stopping. And if if any of you parents out there know anything about disciplining when it leaves your lips you commit. Yeah you gotta follow through got to commit. It's the counting thing one. Two three three is whether you want it or not in it. Be careful what you attached to that number three because come three better be prepared for sure. To pay up your. It's it's way harder on me than some of the things that he said. I'm like if it wasn't for you. I would be the parent though to go. Three three and a half. Four seven eight nine. I'm getting I'm going to keep the ten. Yeah but you do a great job keeping me in check. I mean it's just our children and check. Everybody needs it every once in a while. So anyways that particular time I I threw that DOLLY IN THE GARBAGE. I did I. Did it. Not Ashamed set and I did it until they get back later. Nope it's gone just trash long gone. And what happened dump? No Job After that for like I want to say a good six months when the girls would be going at it and I would say count to three and if you girls don't cut it out moms taken it and it's going in the garbage meal would like lob it at hers you take it. I don't want it in the garbage. I WANNA play with his toy Like it psalm problems. What was funny a funny memory? I have of Mula. Naria is that Aria has been so chill for so long but I think meal used to that. Yeah so as they were. Both growing. Aria didn't want conflict or just simply didn't care. Yeah League we try to discipline Mula about not sharing or something and would go here. You go here you go. So there's a lesson on that Arias playing with a meal without maybe even asking would be like I want that toy and say no mealy you need to share and the meal so are as like shirt here you go so it was very difficult for me but now Arias older. She's in a new phase and she's in a new phase where she's tougher. Yeah she I want old onto. No I want it. Yeah no I wanted to get him out at times. We've heard those words in our houses like La- almost mind-numbing you're not going to lie to you But anyways here goes. Arias older fast forward six months and they're fighting over a toy and I say my famous line if you guys can't get along and if you can't share it's going to go in the garbage and Arya turns around and she says she stares me dead in the is she goes here. Go ahead Oh. She's cold the hell. Do you do with that? How do you punish someone who's like above it? She's doing like the balls seriously yes. He called me bluff and I stopped. I stopped in my Tracks House. Would you do? I stopped tracks You know I asked her. I said Aria. Are you sure you sure you can't share with your sister. Give her a turn. She goes no Mama. I want you to put it in the garbage. Some psychologist smarted. Me IS GONNA listen to this and be like well. It's because of this and this is the reason Mrs what's going. I don't have a clue what she was thinking of. What why she's getting a kick out. I think I think we've is like no no not at all. I think perspective was like I dare. You won't even and another another Moment it would be like. Raf You don't stop you're going to time out. And she say I want to go to time out and she'd walk over and tunnel wasn't even a fun. Play the stairs like yeah take me. Go ahead like yeah. I don't know what that means or what that's going to turn into her lead into and that's where well I guess I could be more supportive practice find that should I really do. I wonder if through the process of US podcasting. I hope that it actually becomes enough of a community that we can ask for other stories similar stories because we do especially me all learn a lot from what people will post. If I do ask a question it's because I genuinely want to know what you do in a scenario like I'm describing right and in a situation like this. The purpose of a consequence is that they're not loving it so if somebody's not affected by the consequence then what what are you. What are your? Do you remember the Russell Peter? Skit which one k where Russell Peters comes home yet Buddy Ryan in school said Oh yeah I just tell my parents to f. off and he's like a seven year old yet Or ten years does that to his dad is like do the dishes. Listen to Ryan said and I said a few and he says. Excuse me hurt real bad. Yeah get comes into play but that had never really happened to me and my family but like I never as a little kid never bucked. The system with my mom wasn't until I got to become a teenager right well. I think that's when that we talked about this. That's when that transition happens when you start to comment or Processing and you're you're becoming your mind is becoming. Its own version of an adult self in. Its wait a minute to do this or I don't agree with you. Know like you're all of a sudden right now it's like nobody really has freedom we are. We are in control. So it's like you lead. We follow you lied. We follow and at some point. They start to question. And if and if your answers are because I'm the adult or if your answers don't align with their little souls because they come into this onto this planet with their own soul That's when things start to and that was something that had to go sideways nuts as a teenager was it's because it's the way it is because I said so because I'm the boss which I get I get some of the value. Do you know where the most part do you like? Some really just respect. Though you just respect the parent respect the elder to a certain degree. Or it's like I don't want to explain. Don't need to explain. I just needed done but then you would say that. I don't want to explain correct. That's a better house was just over us. Oh I know under no circumstances. That's a common challenge something or even give it only to help. I want to ask. I just wanted to devise a question. Viewed as a challenge and not gaining understanding in perspective. It's all depends on how the question was presented. I believe to a degree as a teenager teenager. I would have posed a challenge in the way of snotty question but for over analyze so many things. Clench a child how to ask a question. It's not going to be snotty nosed and if you answer a child's question they will be satisfied in my opinion right. Do you find from your experience. Like with the kids answering their questions do they. Stop asking absolutely one hundred percent. No LONGER MOM. Mom Dad you take a moment you get down on their level you tell them what is expected of them. What we're going to do Doesn't mean they always do it The way you'd hoped or whatever but it seems to stop the Y. Y Y and it definitely seems to have stopped the whining on the topic of raising. Good kids yes in this day and age. Let me just preface. That good is subjective. Those different from good to somebody else. There's also a terminally in different ways to Peel an apple. Cut Up an apple so How someone does that There are a million different ways to do that. So so you believe that discipline consequence all of those actually have to do with the human with the kid so give different consequential for the individual based on their their needs absolutely. Yep Yeah I think I think The way you raise each child the heartbeat heartbeat. The core might be the same but the subtle differences are water tailored to that individual child now in the way that you grew up in your upbringing. Yeah I'm always fascinated as to why and how you're so good at this. You're add wet at raising humans. Your gentle irrational. You're extremely caring loving compassionate and you're passionate about the craft of being among. Why are you so good at that so good? I appreciate you saying all those things I don't. I don't know that I would necessarily feel that way. I mean all I can do is my very best. I'll say that till the end end of my days But for parenting for me I think when I think about this is okay. We're talking about how we just keep going serious serious serious and I don't know if we ever will go like light We'll get to the fun. I'm don't know but but what I was going to say when I think about parenting our kids I actually imagined myself as my own fourth child and I know that it's going to sound really really strange but I think I think about what I needed when I was a child right and when I think about that I think about the patients. The understanding The level of the things I didn't get and I almost see my inner child as child number four trailing along and I get to repair it myself I get to relive experiences. Might enter child gets to do all these wonderful things that we've Curated carved out and created for our children. I've never decorated gingerbread house in my life until this winter till this Christmas I have others million. There's a million things that I have never done and I'm doing for the first time in. My inner child is very pleased. Do you have goals for your kids? Happy just happy. That's it because I'm I am putting a lot more weight and emphasis unhappiness than I ever have especially with. Yes a world where people talk about mental health and all is very extreme issues. Yes my goal prior to having kids or even when meal o. Was born until I really dove down deep into how you approach things because I'm so impressed by and inspired by it right. My number one goal was ambition. You just want me. I remember that useful and I want them to be ambitious but you said that she was actually out of out of fear for laziness of course so but I think I think if we see someone as lazy sometimes that can be a judgment If somebody is living in a shack and they have a dog and they have two plates and their whole most homeless to some but to others would just be like a total hermit recluse flower child. Whatever it's like Y is that person considered lazy. They are happier than the hills. Yep whose businesses. That is your right if you're happy you're happy if you're not happy in that situation and the environment than something needs to change but if you're happy leave him alone. They found the secret to life happiness. Yeah my opinion. I don't know that's cease again. That's so profound and I think that's year opinion has changed. It has happiness now. Is the number one priority. Because I've seen so many families that have every material thing yeah jobs holidays vehicles wealth beyond belief. And if there's no happiness or heart yeah not home yet. I think we all put as a matter. Not We all but I think as a society. We can put unrealistic expectations. Yeah and really it comes down to. What do you want? What do you want when Brett Wilson and I did our Trip to Mexico building homes. Yes the happiness and contentment that The family one of the families. Like my my family's Breakfast Brett. As you know the homebuilding our family they lived in a Crown. Victoria car No TIRES YEAH. Just flat underground. Swear the DAD and the three kids they might lift and yet they were happy because they had enough to buy some food and it was better than how the parents grew up so they were happy that their kids when we built them. The House hadn't apparently simply whatever's more poor than living in a in a rundown crowned nineteen So that also changed things for me back in two thousand seventeen that if someone can be happy with what society says is nothing yet or below every bit of standard then that if they can be happy then we should focus a lot more of our time to actually be grateful and actually be happy with what we both what we have because we live very abundant life. Gratitude changes everything. Yeah so back to Aria calling your bluff. I'm sure people are wondering how she done that again. She had a shield your own often than me La. She had it going. I think a for a good couple weeks where I was just like I would say my my consequence and she would say here and I would freeze yup give it to me lay on me thick. Go ahead Mama. There was no resistance So definitely threw me for a loop But you know ultimately. It's like that I would put her in timeout and sometimes she would get emotional because it was just like literally calling my bluff. She's just so stinking smart that little girl but as of late consequences are back on the table As being not fun so things are things are back in order but it definitely through. Meal is a very Obedient child she. S and Aria is a tear all great kids. They're incredibly great kids but as their personalities Start to shine you start to see their different quirks and different ideas and Yeah it just made me think like maybe Arya will be one of those people who doesn't take things personally in his just like. Yeah sure Go from strength to how actually grow up so that if bullying comes her way or what have you in school. Heaven forbid just let it roll off and it's funny because People knowing our kids people who know them would probably think because meals like loud and out there and social and outgoing that she would be the one that's more bucky She's the one so for example. She's the one who would say. Can I have this cookie? Oh Mom can I have this cookie but can I have this cookie? Arias the one you turn around. And she's got her hand in the cookie jar and she's already three cookies deep the like she knows she's crowded sneaky and she's quiet and And then new catcher and she would giggle and think it's hysterical that like she got away with it. I although I mean as we wrap up this segment up I we call our kids loophole children especially me Lula. She's loophole baby. She just figured. I'm the loophole baby. Yeah we'll because you'll lay your boundary and she'll fig like she's the kid who you're like no you cannot have that green eminem. Because that's what's in her hand and she'd come back and she got one in her mouth. What did I say will? It's mom like she's that kid she's just well you're not wrong. Yeah like at that. Point d you celebrate their that intelligent more. Do you explain that. That's not what you meant. Yeah I don't know I don't know the answer to that. Help us out here. A part of me is like I appreciate the I do too. I do too so it's like I want. I joke often that I don't want to This is gonNA sound so silly but even if the kids are like playing with their food at the dinner table and some people. Don't play with your food. I go back and forth on the like what if it inspires are to be some kind of like incredible inventor and now I just crushed that never know anyways you wanted like there's a fine line between supporting and Raising them up to be the best that they can be at while not crushing their spirit and still laying boundaries. Well for everybody WHO's listening. We just wanted to obviously thank you for tuning in a part of this tuning in We want keeping a Kissel to really be a community where you can reference what you heard here and either offer us some suggestions or friendly advice. Louis war open discussion With us if there was anything we said that inspired you in your journey as a parent. Then that's great or if there's anything that you think you'd like to know how we do it or send us a message. Yeah let us know so. We do run our own. Socials reach out to either of US on Instagram Cecilia. Kissel me Kessler together. We are keeping it kissel. Yeah and then visit our website keeping Kissel DOT COM. Because we're going to be writing Well blogs as often as we can about some of these topics experiences that that's right so you may not have to sort through all of this or this video and union preference. Here's your we give it to you. Yeah thank you very much. Everybody for tuning in its to another episode of keeping Kissel. 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The Game of thrones Feedback Show | Season 8, Episode 02: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms

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The Game of thrones Feedback Show | Season 8, Episode 02: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms

"This week's game of thrones feedback show is sponsored by our friends over at truecar every car comes with sheriff stories like that ding and your bumper when you nervously picked up a first date at luxury package, you got if you're a big promotion or the mileage you say by riding your bike all summer long while you can't put a price tag on your stories now with truecar find out what your car is worth. When it's time to sell it or trade it in just go to truecar and simply enter your license plate number and watch. How your car's details? Pop up then answer a few questions navigation and moon roof watches, they're going to bump up your car's value. High mileage your new is gonna cost you. But now, you know, how much it's going to be your wallet. So you can plan ahead. And once you finish get a true cash offer sent in minutes, which you can take to a local certified dealer to cash out or Detroit in. So when you're ready to experience a better way to sell or trade in your car? Check out truecar today. True cash offer not available in all areas. Game of thrones season eight episode number two is over. But we're just getting started opening up your feedback from this week's show here on the game of thrones post show recap. And now here that you guys who are comfortably podcasting from the crypts blow winter fell I am robs the street here with Josh wig ler. I hear it safe in the creates we'd my. We might have soup in braids. Search good acoustics down here in cribs hits. Crabby WI fi signal. Oh my goodness. Signals going to be pretty strong for the night king. Yeah. Yeah. Probably. Yeah. I'm sure we'll get into the crypts of it all in due due time here on this podcast. But in the meantime, I have to say I'm a little disappointed that you didn't start this podcast by officially night in me as night Astor of the seven microphones. That's right. Well, any podcast or night another podcast that it goes without saying how by the time. This series is done expecting some knifings around here. Yes. Call me a podcast, sir. Yeah. Podcasts. Oh my God. It's from podcast. Sure. I believe I remember correctly. Yes. Josh little no, no rule there that any night could night another night. I had no idea. But I'm glad that it's you know, it's not real then at least it was very convincing job. Why you think Jamie was just messing with not like he's messing with her? But like they're all going to die. She's never going to know. Do you think that Jamie actually did have the thirty to do that? I wonder I mean, they were all like at least a little bit sloshed. Right. So like, maybe just like half drunk, Jamie. And it's just like, you know, screw that. That's right. It's really it's such B S that Brienne Cam, I'm gonna Neider I'm gonna night or right now, you know, just like maybe it was something like that. Maybe he was just like half out of his mind and felt like it. Now's the time. Let's just do a bold move. He seemed a little dazed in the moment. Anyway, I don't know. I would have to go back, and I would have to look. Look through the book and see if a night can night another night. But it was a great night a great night of game of thrones. With the Brienne of it, all and so many fantastic things. Loved this episode fan fan excited to get into everything as we look backwards towards Sunday night, but we can't help. But look ahead to the battle that we are expecting in the forecast on what should be very cold and blustery winter night at winter fell on Sunday. Yeah. A lot no surprise that most of our feedback. I would say this forward-looking. I think there's this was a great episode. Another very talky episode of game of thrones. There's some things that happened this week that people are going to be writing in about maybe surprise people aren't writing in about some of the big standout moments of the episode as much as they are looking ahead. Like not a lot about Brienne not a ton about aria and gantry. But I think that. I think a lot of that speaks for itself. I think this was an episode written by Brian Cockman who is one of the longtime producers and writers on game of thrones. Where believe is often talked about as sort of like the walking talking Wikipedia, the Wikki of ice and fire on set a real true fan of the material and somebody who loves these characters deeply, and I take no surprise that coming from the mind of that particular writer that this was a a real love letter to the characters this episode end should come. As no surprise that. We have in episode with this kind of energy considering where we seem to be going episode three. It's the longest episode of the season. In terms of running times can be eighty two minutes long. It comes from Gail potch, Nick who is the director of hard home and battle of the bastards. So it's safe to assume that next week there. I don't I don't think that there's going to be any rugs being pulled out from under us in terms of the content and the structure of the episode. I do believe we are getting that wall to wall battle sequence not at the wall. But at Windsor foul so for. This one to be a lot more of a character. Rich intimate quiet affair makes a lot of sense to me. And makes just as much sense that most people are now wondering what's coming next. Where are we going after all of this? Okay. So it's a fischel to say that the table is set we are ready to eat. And so might be many of the whites as well. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe they're maybe they're going to be feasting on whatever what was cooking at the soup station that Davos was maybe for fermented crab. Maybe everybody's just going into this battle rock-hard. Yeah. They don't like boring snacks either the whites. No, they. That's right. True. Right. Okay. So Josh, we have been inundated with feedback questions of voicemails tweets talking about this. Of course that I would be remiss if I did not mention all of your outstanding coverage that you have filed so far today on the Hollywood reporter. Mr. T H, R dot com slash game of thrones. I anything in particular you want to highlight. Josh what have what have I done is just a question, I asked myself often, but what have I written about recap that's up on T HR dot com slash game of thrones wrote about the aria stuff wrote about the Brienza seen which I really loved. I've been doing a lot of the forward-looking stuff as well. I've written my predictions of who I think will die in this upcoming episode. I've written out all people that you say that you name. On that. You think will not make it out of this episode? You have the list handy. I do have handy. Yeah. You can just name them off you go. Josh wig layer is projecting the following characters. Do not make it to Monday. They are in Josh's particular order grey, worm misunder Giora more Moremon, the little girl Teela who went into the crypts Gillian and Sam I think either I know you like to stay on the odd numbers, but that feels like the not fair to baby Sam that he has to share with Kelly. Back. Maybe man selling yourself short. Aren't you just felt better for felt better? Varis you say well, not make it out. Deloris Ed the Loris ghost. Ghost is a supplemental. Goes should be somebody's plus one phone call. I got a lot of heat on Sunday night. I thought that was already dead. Yeah. Ghost is one of the only ones still kicking around. We'll talk about ghost. What time wackos Padre pain Serbian of tar Burke done dairy in theon, Andre joy and brand stark. Yeah. The brand the brand comes with a bit of an asterisk for for me as well. I think that we're going to get like some some obi-wan-kenobi hijinks going on with brand. Like, I think I think our time with with creepy stares directly into your soul is a Chem said right brand may be coming to an end. But I feel like brand wargin. Either into the we're would trees or working into a dragon and coursing through the veins of west roasts that way I feel like I thought brand will continue, but his physical form is about to take a take a hike. Okay. Joshua. Where do you want to kick off the feedback show this week? I mean, I think that that's. Kind of the topic. Does your the alongside the soup dish? Or that? Davos is serving is a lot of people who loved this episode, but a lot of questions about where we're going next, and this is from Surprenant of house Fizi who is very very helpful in rallying the realm and getting this feedback show together Brendan wrote in and said that I loved everything the show did to reinvest us with every character and the relationships to the story. And I think we're gonna lose a lot of people next week. There's only six characters I would guarantee our one hundred percent off the board is safe and going to live in that is Danny John Sansa Jamie to hound aria. And that's not even Tyrian. I would guarantee to make it out. A similar sentiment is expressed by Zach not Brooks Zach writes in and says overall, I really enjoyed episode two. It captures the build up a fear and uncertainty that occurs when entering any extraordinary situation. Let alone and all out war. Versus the dead. And I felt like the show provided some sort of closure for many of the main characters theon, Brienne, aria, Jamie, etc. I took it as the writers implying that everyone is now expendable from the hints that were provided in this episode. Who do you think gets got in episode three? So we've listed out. Rob who I think may go at this week. And I'm sure that I will be wrong on many if not most laps even all of those fix who. Are you looking at as unsafe ending into episode three who are the people that are paying the most on your radar? So I think that you did a really good job of capturing the people the candidates that are marked for Vic shin. But I think I'd be very surprised if we lost that number of characters. I mean, we still have three episodes left of the show. I'll be three extended length episodes of the show. So if we tied up that much on Sunday. I think that might be a little bit of a over promise. Yeah. One thing that I am thinking about and this is another another article. I wrote recently was there is such a fatalistic quality about episode three. And I think episode two does a lot of work to get us there. I think night at the seven kingdoms really makes us feel like we're being allowed some moments of happiness because this will be it in terms of happiness for the foreseeable future. And I think that's probably the likelier scenario. But I also started thinking about game of thrones has made a name for itself on killing off fan favorite characters and killing big characters and doing it in heartbreaking ways at unexpected times. But I think even even more than that what game of thrones became or why game of thrones became this insatiable. It became was. Because it would it would to borrow from big, brother. I believe this is a big brother. Prism is expect the unexpected. Right. That is the thing. And I think that that is more of the deal for me about when game of thrones is great. It's because they are offering something that makes a lot of sense on reflection. But maybe isn't your first instincts, and I've been saying for honestly like a year and a half or so now for for a little while for a couple of seasons, you know, from the from the jump of season seven, I would I would say that I feel like the endgame of game of thrones to some degree. There is an element of predictability about like certain characters who feel like they're going to go certain outcomes that feel like they're going to transpire, and who the hell am I to see that game of thrones is going to end predictably, and I think coming into this huge battle episode. I think we should expect we're going to lose people. There's just no way we're not gonna lose some people. But maybe we're not going to lose a crazy amount of people. Maybe we're not going to lose a lot of people. Maybe we're just going to lose a few key people and I was thinking back to season. Kevin. And I was thinking back to beyond the law episode that is not favored looked upon favor- favorably by a lot of people, and we went we went into that episode thing that a lot of people were going to get killed off. And really just throws of MIR's. The only guy who lose a bunch of red shirts, and then the big whammy of vissarion. And that's not even somebody that's on the radar to lose in an episode like that that's the windy. So what's the whammy heading into episode three this week? What would be the big unexpected turn? And I wonder if the big unexpected turn is maybe we win. Maybe me, maybe the white walkers get killed maybe the Nike and gets killed. Maybe we finish the white walkers threat here an episode three and the back half of the season is dealing with a whole bunch of other stuff. I don't think it's impossible. I think it's not terribly likely. But I think it's the kind of thing that we would not be expecting. And because of that it makes me wonder if that is what we should. Would expect like is that the unexpected that we should expect. That's a good theory. I maybe I mean, I don't know what it looks like for the show if they lose winter fell also so. You know, HBO has been releasing these twenty or so minute documentaries on YouTube every Monday after the episode, you should you seeking those out if you're already they're really entertaining. Very funny at times, really informative. Not just about story. Frankly, less about story than than it is informative about the production in the scale of the production. And they spent a lot of time in the one for this episode going into the grandeur details of what it took to bring the new sprawling set for winter fell to life. And it makes a lot of sense why they needed to grow and expand winter fell because episode three is obviously going to have to utilize a lot of different space. There's so much character work that's going to be going on with this big sprawling action scene. But are they going to invest all that money just to destroy a winner? Phil and episode three. Or are. We just gonna lose winter fell at episode three. Some wondering about it from that kind of meta perspective as well. I don't know. I don't know where I land on it. I think like gun to my head. I would say that we're gonna lose just because the odds are so firmly against us. And there's still so much time left on the clock up. And I just I just wonder and I wonder if it's worth wondering about what if we win. What if Tyrian is right? I think we might live. What if we do? Yeah. I mean, I think it's actually easier for me to envision the second half of the season. If they do win as opposed to view the second half of the season, if they lose the battle of winter fell for this call the battle of winter fell. What are we call this? There's no episode title yet, which is a nice lead into this. Next question. We'd gotten from berry who says I think it's pretty clear that at some point next week. The battle of winter fell will be lost with that. Do you think that one of the reasons the episode title has not been revealed yet is because next week's title is the fall of winter fell or maybe the first coming for the first episode of the season was called winter fell. What if the third episode was called see we told you winter down, or if it's like winter fell with fell underlined in bolted in italics is what about winter fell fell winter fell foul. I like that. I still miss the Ocho. The episode titles are not being revealed until after the episodes have aired that is just a rule that clearly is in place for this season. So there's no special reason that episode three hasn't had its title revealed anymore than why we didn't get them in the previous episodes. So nothing specific about episode three in so far, as you know, there's just that same sort of specific energy and guidance and. That same kind of rule that is sweeping this final season that they're really playing things ready close to the vest here. But I don't I don't know. I don't know what next week's episode will be called. But I do think the fall of winter fell would require, you know, really a massive calling the cast which is why we're going to lose people. I think we're gonna lose a lot. But if if not then like, I don't know because we have to get people to new places from there. And so what is that going to look like we're going to see people like on the kings road. We're going to see people on the open sea. We're going to be spending a lot of time in king's landing, and then suddenly will people show up there. So I kind of do agree that I almost feel like the rest of the season makes more sense. If maybe we win the battle of winter fell a large swath of white walkers and whites are destroyed, and maybe the night king is somehow able to escape and that remains a threat for the for the back off season. Yeah, I have seen a lot of traction for that idea. Perhaps the night king may not be with the infantry. Yeah. That's a question that we got from Chris from New York who wrote in and said, what do you think of the possibility that the night king won't actually show up to Windsor fill in the coming battle? It seems too simple that he would just show up for brand and exposed himself. Yikes. He could ride vegetarian to king's landing and destroy the red keep this would fulfill Danny's visions in the house of the undying where she saw a snow filled throne room with love to hear your thoughts and apologies for bringing up carp, which I we appreciate the apology. Yeah. I mean, I think that Danny walking through the throne room and snow being on the ground was not like a hallucination. It's not just a vision. That's that's the future. We have to see something caused that. And it could be the night king going to king's landing and blowing a hole through the great hall of the red keep and snow falling in that way. It could be. Some form of mad Queen generis going nuclear on king's landing and really coming for C that way and she's walking through snow Pakalitha Perron making. We know that it's Windsor in west rose anyway. So no white walkers required to cause the snowfall. I don't know. I feel like re episodes without the Nike would be a lot at this point. I feel like we're gonna get you're selling this episode. I I like it. You know, if that's the development that it takes. That's the turn it takes. I think it'll it'll be fun. But I think I'm just going to I'm going with the straightforward thing. And I think that the Nike is gonna show up personally. Yeah. I mean, I think it'd be a lot of f on brands face not gone tar, Gary, and but it would brands like, oh, no, he he I know what he wants. He wants me. And so I'll go over there. And then he'll he'll come and find me because that's what he wants. And then to find that that he not only does he not want brand. But he's nowhere to be found. I do think that for all knowing three eyed raven. I think that that is not a great spot on his resume. Feels like it would be good news for theon grades, ROY. Yeah. The night kings not there. You would think. So I feel like that's to me that to me though is. The reason why I would have a hard time selling. A big reason why I would have a hard time. Not seeing the night king showing up in this episode because I think that is a little on the nose right now that the I'm great joy is going to get killed. Yeah. Obviously like, I feel like putting a signing theon to the mission to guard the three eyed raven with the night came on the way really feels like us just like taking the team giving us a week to get ready for great joy to being viciously viciously killed. But I think it makes a lot of sensitive character. I think it makes a lot of sense for like the redemptive moment the full circle moment for theon to be. This was the guy who tried to capture. Windsor fell was a super coward about all that created a hell of his own making couldn't face down gray. Joy who at the time seemed like the worst monster in the world. He's now found his courage. He's found his inner strength, and we'll see him like go up against literally the deadliest creature and all of west rose with no fear. In his heart and get killed for it like that that feels like a fulfillment of the theon arc. So that to me is why feel like it would be a real misdirect to to not have the Nike income that. But I don't know maybe expect the unexpected I should listen to my own advice. What about Sansa theon romance? I did see a lot of chatter online about that. Fun to in this like when these game of thrones episodes are on there is like a lot of like sorting out the wheat from the chaff in of these internet theories. Yeah. I don't know. I don't see it. Honestly, I think that the stance are connected over the Ramsey stuff there, obviously, deeply bonded, they were both traumatized by the same individual. I think the on probably will be very excited to hear about how Santa fede Ramsey two dogs. I'm sure he's pumped about that that he's he's gonna joy that story quite a bit. But I didn't see any any real romance between him. I I saw kind of like a meeting of the minds between these two survivors, whose experiences meant a lot to each other. I don't see anything beyond that. I mean, there's so many articles on Twitter and theories, can I give you my least favorite or most favorite. If the all time worst denied, if I do you mind, if I mentioned what publication it's yeah. This comes to us. This was in one of my news aggregating today. This comes to us from elite daily elite not reading daily dot com. Elite daily dot com. Asks the question is are you the waif on game of thrones fans are speculating after seeing season eight episode two. God that would be the worst. That would be the worst is. So Harry, the waif wearing Arias face so complicated. Are you two are yet to has has returned and fall in desperately in love with injury. Is that what we're gonna lead she has these unexplained scars and also she did not seem to have any of the scarring from the stab wounds suffered at the hands of the wave. Let me add this wrinkle ready so aria is the wave Gandhari is aria. And this is this is a big game of faces that are playing right now. Came a fan. Apologies for bringing up the game of faces. Yes. Say boy, there's a game of thrones crackpot theory for everything. Yeah. Absolutely. And I apologize for my role in creating them. I'm sure I've made my fair share. This is a question we got from Kaelin who wanted WalMart talking about aria, not the wave Kaelin wrote in and said, do you think that Arias weapon that she had made is a dragon glass version of the same spirit that the night king killed the dragon with I know aria wasn't there beyond the wall. But it looks very similar to his spear. Maybe she'll use it to kill his ice. Dragon. Why is there so much focus on Arias weapon? Like, what is that going to do? That's clearly going to play some barely major role in everything that's coming up next. Are you just going to be out on the front lines? And we need to see her outfitted with a weapon that she can take out some of the whites. Yeah. Maybe it's just because we're going to have just a copious amounts of awesome, highly giftable Arya stark killing mile that we needed a reason for aria and Genry to have a bunch of scenes together. So here are the blueprints for this thing. I want you to make what's it for? I'll tell you later, I'll deliver it to you. So it might just be sort of like the macguffin to have our Ian Hendry in the same place. What do we think is the ultimate goal of getting REM gantry together in this way? Is it just because like here's a moment of humanity, and like being a teenager and being a human being again for aria where she like actually gets experience some measure of love for the first time in a long while or is there going to be some greater purpose is this going to be we know way way way back in the very beginning of the show net in Robert in the crypts and. Robert saying, you've got us, son. Or you've got a daughter. I've got a son. We'll join our houses is this the fulfillment of that prophecy, or is that too happy of an ending is there is there some sort of curveball that we're in by that. I'd buy the Gandhari in aria end up together at the end of this thing, and sort of the people who stark and Barath, Ian who do end up together. I'm more bullish on aria coming out of this. And now that she's found Gandhari, I do think that there will be a happy ending for aria and Gandhari, man. Yeah. I hope you're right. I I would love that. That would make me happy. I was very I was very happy for them. I thought that was great. I thought I was painting. This is certainly jarring because we've grown up with aria but other than that. And it was it was it was very nice to see these people have a moment of happiness before the whole world about the start ending. And I still do think that somehow Arias not gonna make an out of this. So she's able to have some happiness before the show is all from. I'm happy about that. She didn't look like she had. Happiness. She seems like she's like fine. I like killing people more. She prefers killing people. She prefers that kind of slaying. How about how about aria and a different character as a non-romantic pair? But as a pair nonetheless, we bring in our first voice mail, and let us summon Jason in Alberta. Who has a question about Arias stark, sir? Josh, sir. Robert Jason calling from grand prix Alberta. I've a lukewarm take on the upcoming game of thrones episode. I think that there's a good chance Arya and the hound both survive. I think we're getting set up here for them to team up again and head south to king's landing. An Oakland gain bowl is a real slump Dunkin something we should all be expecting looking or two, but you know, Josh's sorry John's going to get his big bat on the battlefield. But I think aria still needs a really high profile assassination on her resume before the end of the series. And I can't think of anyone better than, sir. C lancaster. So I think that's going to be a super satisfying thing to happen. If we go that direction. But that's my prediction really hoping follows through. Thanks so much guys. We'll talk again soon. We'll talk to you right now. How that how about that? I, you know, whether or not he is going to be the one who gets to kill C land starting that. I think that's certainly still in the air. I think the fact that that's still in the air makes me feel like aria is really likely to survive this particular battle. But I would say the fact that we have had no trace of the king's landing stuff for a full episode now, and we're very likely not going to get much if any king's landing until maybe like the very end of the episode here an episode three that I would say I'd say hound is just about like, the safest character this week. I like he could get hurt. He could get injured. He could be like momentarily killed and Barrick done dairy into back to life, but he will be alive by the end of the episode or at the very least will be alive again at some point down the line. But the mountain, by the way the night king. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I. I think the game ball. There's no chance at that's happening this week. And if there's no chance of it happening this week and hounds gotta make it at least one more week. Yeah. I don't think that we are going to get a season four style like road to king's landing with Arya and the hound though. That'd be great. But I think that not only have that kind of time. Well, the the way that I think that we would see something like that is if this battle ends with everybody just getting wrecked, you know, and Windsor fellas a disaster and people escape, however, they can escape like some people can can get out of there via dragon like John deniro skin droop or some people out of and or fiancee's toast, but he had a great joy ship that wasn't terribly far away. Davos is able to smuggle a bunch of people out of there. They can they can hit the road that way or some people leave on foot, and that could be aria in the hound, and you could get some kind of rekindling of the road show that way episode. Four is directed by the same guy who directed. The first two episodes of this season already David nutter who also directed reins of Casamayor a bunch of other episodes along the way here on game of thrones. He seems to be the guy that they call in for this kind of intense character work, I can imagine the scenario where episode four is a little bit of that battle of winter fell fall out that is setting the table, which was a very triggering phrase. I guess for people in the game of thrones community right now, but could be setting the table for the really big endgame battle that could take place in episode five like at king's landing or something like that. So that could be the way that we could find ourselves in an RN hound Russia. What would be the urgency of the forces that survive a battle at winter fell to get on the move and hit king's landing right away. I think that is the argument for the night king going to king's landing as opposed to winter fell that maybe like they're able to catch wind of that. And they're. Like, we gotta go south. You've got a head that way. There's also Jamie Lancaster, showing up and saying, yes, sir. He's not coming. And she's she's amassing a forest to come and get us. So we'd probably want to think about doing something about that. So I feel like a lot of attention could be set on king's landing due to the fact that they know that the problem is real and just kind of like thinking that through a little bit more like it makes me more inclined to think that maybe at least a rate or should of the whitewater threat could be dealt with here in this coming episode because once that's done. Jamie Lancaster who promised to fight for the living like maybe that promises fulfilled. And now his loyalties are tested once again with well, what do I do now in my wife would these people who I just spent the night drinking with and being best friends with and clearly I'm in love with Brienne of tars. And do I stick with them? Or do I go back to surf daddy? So I feel like there's there's a lot of drama in the whitewater is being mostly. Handled here with maybe a little bit of residual impact. Still to be felt while a lot of attention is being set on sir c and dealing with the king's landing threat in the in the back half of the season. Do you think that we have Lancaster appearance in this episode coming up on Sunday all only if there is the like this night king theory if that comes true if there's something about that? And like the attention turns to king's landing, otherwise, I think structurally, and this is something that we've gotten a lot of questions about this one from Jack from Maryland. Who said do you think that the next episode is going to be all battle at Windsor foul, or do you think we have some king's landing story lines at the beginning? And I I don't think so I think that it will be all battled winter fell except maybe a sliver at the end. Like, I think that there could be a bit at the end Zach. Yes. Brooks had written in and had had a theory about how that could play out. He had written since we got no king's landing and won't get any next week. Almost for sure maybe we're going to get a time jump after the battle winter fell that way, we'll get a lot. Of changes in king's landing and a more pregnant certainty. I think that could be compelling. I think that some kind of final season time jump could be compelling. I've been kind of feeling like something like that might happen for the final episode of the show, but that could get us from from winter fell to king's landing in time for episodes or and five hundred. Yeah. I do think that that is an interesting possibility. Yeah. Yeah. Worth considering at the very least. Okay. All right before we go any further with our feedback. Let me take a moment. Thank our sponsor for our game with Ron's feedback show and those are friends over at blue diamond almonds, and if you're watching game of thrones. 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Where are we going next? Well, how about we follow? How about we folk Yuli and Teela not to Keila to the crypt to the crypts of winter Fash for shot of love, lots of lots of questions about about the frequent repetition of this fact that it is safest in the crypts of winter fell. Gary basement is the safest place for everybody. I'm game of thrones. Let's take this voice mail from rainbow to guide us in high. It's rainbow Rob's neighbor here a couple of questions that some friends of mine. Not even my theory brought to my attention. But. They are in the crypt. So does that mean that are they all burned down there or do they be revived? And then have to actually the little girl. That's would have to defend the crypt will have to do that those very touching part, by the way. And the other thing is yeah, they're going yards going to the island. But I guess the Nike could fly dragon over the water and then burn them. All did. We think about that. Just a couple of questions for you. I love the podcast so much by our. First of all, let's let's just let's cross our fingers that the night can just raise the iron island. Maybe maybe the I'm like does some damage to some white walkers and the night king decides that theon is is new nemesis. So he flies straight to the destroys the iron islands. Yeah. Let's talk about the crypts because I think the theories pretty pretty well and fully out there right now. And this feels like another thing that is a slam dunk to to look forward to on episode three which is going to the crypts. They say it like no fewer than twenty times in the episode that the Crips are the safest place. It's away from the fighting. This is where you'll be anyone who is not a fighter is going to the crypts and not for nothing, but we had our stand. Diego wrote in and said, how bigger the crypts of winter foul because assuming they're even a few thousand people coming in from the largest kingdom in the realm. They would have to be thousands of women and children down there. And yet when we see John Danny right there before the battle DOE one. Is there so fair question? Just how large are the crypts slash are. They just going to love zone as soon as the battle begins. But though, the lords of winter fell previous stark lords stark ancestors, there's tons of bones in the crypts of Windsor fell. And now, I in retrospect to me, it makes a lot more sense. Why in season four's finale, we saw skeletons emerge from the ground is established the fact that that's the thing that can happen. I'm game of thrones. And that is the thing that's going to happen in episode three. If the final season, we're going to see like headless Ned is going to be trying to kill some of these people, and it's going to be massively messed up. Okay. Who do we lay the blame for this idea on is it -tarian? Is it brand is it? John snow shouldn't. Somebody have thought this through everybody. I don't know. I mean, I think John snow having seen what he has seen. I would tend to blame it on him. Except for the fact that like Johnston's a little bit of a dummy and his plans always had holes in them. So at least it's consistent with character. Maybe Sam Sam is the one who's sending Gillian baby Sam down into the crypt. So you don't think that maybe Sam would would maybe have thought that through a little bit brand has to take a lot of the blame here. Unless brands whole thing is like this thing is going to play out the way it's gonna play out. Right. Like if he can see bits of the future. And he just knows how this is all supposed to go. Then maybe in his mind, people are just supposed to get killed off in the crypts. I mean. Torment? We're at hard home. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think a lot of these people should probably be able to see this one a little bit easier than they than they seem to be seem to be seeing it. My question is like how does it play out? And how does it resolve Tyrian has been banished to the crypts? So that's cool. We'll get some great Peter quits down. There. We've seen in previews that Varis will be in the crypt says. Well, I think that that means the various prophecy. I think that's going to play out there. I don't think Farris is making it out if you're alive could get killed by Ned stark where that Ned Stark's final hours. He's visited by various in the king's landing dungeons. Could there could be reunited in the winter fell Crips? I like that shot. I like that you've called it. I think that that's good. I think that that makes a lot of sense to me. And I think for Tyrian who never met. Who never like really met Ned stark had shared the same room as him. You know, when everyone was beating at winter fell in the very beginning. But otherwise these two main characters were ships in the night for for the the dead hand of the king to meet the current hand of the Queen in this capacity. I think would be fun. I wonder like what the cameos would would look like we had a question from Damian. Who said, hey, bro, shot ios? Here's what I want to know which characters from the show is passed. You think are most likely to show up as battlefield zombies at the gates of winter fell. I think that question applies here that I think Ned stark, I think some undead dead stark is going to be here. I doubt that we'll see this thing as played by Sean bean. But I think that we can we can expect to see it like, I think you could imagine the old decrepit handed a hand of the king while the pin is probably is probably gone, but like the. Uniform the start uniform on him and everything maybe I think too too tacky for him to have his head in his hands. But they really they return all the bones. So who knows maybe he'll put his head back like it could be really really screwed up and Liana stark is also very likely to show up in this way as well. So that's pretty wild and crazy, and it makes me feel like Jon snow will have to confront both of them. You know, he's he's having to contend with the reality of his true parentage now that he is the son of Leon and Ray Ghar Ned had lied to him whole life, and he was kind of wrestling without in the crypts already. But I think like that existential crisis will probably become pretty literal fairly soon where he's going to have to he's going to have to take them on. Going to be super gnarly really messed up. Yeah. It'll be interesting to see the way that they. Deal with that where I think that they'll have to be called out where like, oh my God, that's dead. Stark. I think like if you see like Ned Stark's tomb, you see like a thing emerged from it. And it looks distinct enough then you'll be able to track it. I think I think they could do it as simply as that. And like they can they can like set that up even just like to make it even more clear if Tyrian in various who are in the crypts have conversation next to Ned stark before everything goes haywire. I think there's I think there's ways to do it for sure. And I think some version of this is almost a hundred percent lock for me heading into heading into this episode. We'll see how about one more voice mail to to start looking at like ways in which maybe this battle will will start to RAB. Let's take this from V from Israel show loan. Josh, rob, it's from Israel with all the death drafts and battled predictions headed into next week's episode. I was hoping you could discuss the one inevitability that shows up in every game of thrones battle, the dais X mock. And oh, who do you think will most likely end up on their backs disarmed with a white Walker bearing down on them before being saved by an out of nowhere character appearance? And who do you think we'll be dancing uncle engine Brown? Darna harris. Thanks and have you pass over Josh and related to rub thank yous fee. Appreciate it. This is a great time. We had a wonderful Sater with my neighbors. And then that was the night that I went onto play wingspan the board game. I hear that. That's that's great wingspan who's going to be day USA thing. How did he say who's gonna day use the mocking? Yes. That's how it works. But I like it have you have you given any thought to this? Is there going to be like something that comes in and saves the day here? Could it be brand taking control of vissarion that I like certainly something that I have enjoyed could it be what what are the chances other than like, the golden company coming in and suddenly saving the day after surf daddy was just messing with Jamie. Like what what are we not accounting for that could show up? I liked a DJ Lavelle Klein had suggested that brand could hijack. We're would tree and turn it until like the wanting willow from Harry Potter, which is like a very angry physical tree next to bite Benji and made it I think I think we can safely assume uncle Benjamin is dead. Got got the feeling that he probably didn't make naked through though, he could be one of the ambiance that shows up at the gates of winter vote. We didn't really deal with that too much horror. Right. Like zombie thing. That's coming up. You think that we're going to zombie hauteur? Yeah. I like it. I like it. Well, I think we could see it. If it's going to happen. It's going to happen this week. If it doesn't happen this week. I don't think it'll happen. He picked up brand phase from a terrible. Deliver him to the night king of tar God. And then brand hijacks zombie ho doors body and doesn't good enough that becomes brands new physical form for the rest of the series. Wow. At that. I've been coining. I coined the phrase day use X Mel asandra in an article recently where maybe Mel asandra and a bunch of red priests and priestesses will show up for the great war. She's had visions of the battles at winter fell right in this. She's seen it in the fires and she has seen her own death in west arose. What better time is they're going to be for Mela Sandra to show up here in the final season. Then right now, I think like her and like a bunch of fire magic really we know that there's some plans to quote, unquote, light the trench that Davos is going to give a sign to light the trench. And maybe that fire in the trenches of winter fell what I be working against the people in winter fell. Maybe it can backfire in some way. And then the red priests can show up, and they can wield that fire in a better way. I think something like that is not impossible to imagine. Yeah. I don't like Mel Sandra in an army of the red priestesses. That that one's tougher for me. I don't know where Mel asandra shows up in this final season. But that would seem like a lame lame pay off to the, you know, fighting the night king. But like if a bunch of red priests and priestesses show up and just like, you know, give birth in unison to a gigantic shadow monster that will be one of the most the single most messed up things that's ever been committed to television. One hundred red priests and priestesses immediately like conceiving shadow monsters on the field. I think would go down in the books as number one in the most traumatic things we have seen in game of thrones. At the various not all television that would be very traumatic for this straights for a lot of reasons Spencer. Why the prolific Spencer y wrote in with the possibility that maybe it's Braun he says after getting his assassination assignment from sir see via Khyber last week seemed logical that Braun would arrive in Windsor fill and episode two. But he didn't make it episode three looks like an all out battle. So now, the timing isn't going to be great for him to show up although is this setup for bronze play the heroic knights of the Vale role and be the last minute arrival that tips the scale for our protagonists is he going to show it with the crossbow and shoot down some white walkers or perhaps even the night king. Well, none of his weapons are Valeri. Steeler dragon glass. So I don't know how effective crossbow is going to be. He could RO are Samaras from theon Braun is not taking down the night king fund. I guess so just give them a better chance. All in a better wife. Yeah. For sure. How about you mentioned ghost before that you thought that ghost was dead? He is not he is one of two dire wolves still why didn't the mutineers kill ghost. I dunno. It goes it's been around for a while. Because this is a tough cookie. He's he's been purple ghosts. Really since. For a while. Yeah. Those show the show has really done the dire wolves dirty on a number of levels. Not the least of which is the fact that there's only two left Lauren Romano wrote in and said we saw a second of ghost in the episode. Do you think you'll make it and will we see nightmare era due to the visibility? Spike. I said ghost die next week. And then they don't have to deal with dire wolves anymore. Hope I'm wrong. Love me, some ghost don't think. We'll see nightmare. I don't think. So boy, the suddenly like, oh, big wolf pack shows up to help the fight, and it's really just like all corners of west Rosser showing up this thing. Yeah. Where are they going to put ghosts down in the crypts? Also. Now is maybe in the annals mecca. Yeah. I don't know. Boy, don't know. Last question for you ready. Yes. From ily may what happens if you mix giants milk with milk of the poppy. Oh. The milk that makes you sues who Burr strong, and if milk the poppy is the most that makes you sloop sleepy. Yeah. What happens? You wake up and you've grown foot. It's like big. Like, you go to bed at trial, and you wake up a man bigger. I don't know if he's necessarily exactly the same as big as giants milk mixed with milk of the poppy, turn you into Tom Hanks. I don't think so. Be good. That would be good. That'd be good. Yeah. It'd be interesting. Did you see little? I didn't see little. Yeah. I wanted to podcast about that. But I didn't get a chance to what was little is it the sequel to big it's not the sequel to big, but I feel like that it is thematically the sequel to big, but it's about a woman who becomes little seen thirty going on thirteen. Yes. Similar concept. Yeah. So. We'll see we'll see. I I really was very surprised how much torment we got in this episode. Even the previous one isn't credible. Amazing. I wonder if maybe this could be sort of like the back door pilot for the torment giants Bain spinoff. Yeah. Yeah. I would love that. I'd be thrilled with that. I think that we got the back story on tournament and how he became giants pain by killing a giant. And then suckling at the teat of the giants wife, you think we were just being reminded of giant's lore for the final reveal at the end of game of thrones. That we are indeed in the eye of McCumber the giant. Yes, I think so that would be that would be a great reveal to pull back in the final episode. It was right in front of us the whole time top theory on the board at our. Yes. Who propagated the old, man? I believe that was old man. Yes. Yes. Oh, maybe maybe old NAN will show a dead people in the winter fell who could show right? Yeah. Okay. Maybe Rodrick kessel. Oh, yes. So many, sir mutton chops. They're all coming back star studded episode number three. All right. Josh what do you have in store for our your faithful readers between now? And then more stuff. I will have some interviews that are posting at T HR dot com slash game of thrones in the near future, perhaps with fingers crossed that it works out, but perhaps with a certain milk, chugging friend. Then we may or may not have just reference a little while ago. Perhaps with even the writer of this episode is a possibility so keep an eye on that link. I will be be I'll. I'll just be I'll be plugging away for the foreseeable future. All right. So we will be back with you on Sunday night. And we're going to get it right over on post show. Recaps dot com, Stephen fish back. I assuming that Stephen is recovered from his surgery this week, hopefully is speedy recovery for Stephen fish back. We'll be live fifteen minutes. After the episode ends. That's probably looking around sometime around like ten thirty five or so on Sunday night to break. It all down. Of course, follow Josh Wigley on Twitter at round Howard for everything that he is filing away over at T H R, and we make sure your subscribe to the podcast as well. So she recaps dot com slash I tunes. You it. Okay. Now, come on Josh anything else. No, just pray for your faves fray for your favorites your favorites. Happy happy episode of game of thrones. Because we're probably in for rough one on Sunday or a good one or it could win. Hopefully. Yeah. All right. Here's cross. Thanks so much for listening to everybody a good one by.

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Frag Out Drag Out - Hurricane Showdown

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Frag Out Drag Out - Hurricane Showdown

"The Evening Ladies and gentlemen we are tonight's entertainment please remember the views and opinions expressed by this show or any other show TV radio and it's strictly those of said individuals and do not reflect those of Ed radio staff nor the Steph Dysfunctional Veterans Nevermore and I'm not normally this pleasant sounding on frosty. I'm just a frozen asshole and that's right you got. Dui who loves to play in Shit no wait a minute hold on really didn't ask for one to remember me in one folks secondly introduce. DVD midnight backdoor for all your back we will talk Moon Slough Canoe uh-huh nights at work luther to freak out drag out and welcome to frag out drag out and I'm your host. Nevermore and I just want to know I'm recording this entire show in my underpants because I'm dying from a bullet. The black plague enters our hurricanes. WanNa give a fuck. They say hello to my other two hosts dealing. Devi midnight frosty. Ppo you've gotta hit the Mute Button Frosty Ashti dam six bucket impersonators good food evening their brain on sticker on it and maybe maybe yeah I was GonNa say maybe if we put the Crayon sticker right where the mute button is he'll lick it and turn it on and you just said I add my own sound effects taken editing not kidding bone kidding kidding fish it. I'm mount. I don't know anything for you so as you can see where all lavishly and I think I'm I'm gonNA drink some bourbon in this show because it actually does help your chest with all the it. I drink too just because of all the shit that we've gone through since I think the last time we recorded. Yes yeah yeah a shit show from hill that we probably don't none of us need to relive in the past thirty days of life with just not gonNA. Do it not going to do it. It has been who but we finally aired We'll let me tell you what day of the week in what time even in Alaskan time for you weirdos Jose Alaska. Why don't we get it makes the flyers rice but he's muted again so this may take a second the put our house again on his pit bull over here well pit bull is not a but I thought more pupils in your in your Tokyo gambling or did microphone. Arya will so we have silence but it is every Friday the sound and nineteen thirty. Why is it like a fire every night at nineteen thirty though that's the show oh I wasn't even listening all right classic at AMC. I have a fever yellow lucky on no your remains what happened when you know you live in. Los Anchorage Fire Department about four blocks away and it seems like could become by at the most inopportune times just let them on the air but show did premier frosty that that was on last night last Friday will be a couple of Friday's now on Friday nights at twenty one thirty eastern time seventeen thirty already Alaska time criterion. GV made it and we do have a couple of sponsors 'cause. I know I'm go screw this a wink. You WanNa talk about this. bonsor stress second one of our outstanding sponsors isn't of course the one and only K-bar so company company with some awesome products. You know I know. I've ordered it several times. I don't frosties orders. Several times and I'm coming up on my monthly showers. I need to order some more as a matter of fact at once a month shower made up came on was last Anna does script vigorously in certain areas. It doesn't last yeah well apparently certain bars are a little too rough for for frosty and all we could suggest stop alleging the K. Bar between your ass cheeks dummy. Don't use the exporting commands so bad come on should hurts. He's got the gotTa Scrub. He's got clean his ass cheeks and all of Alaska y'all y'all dealership dealership. God Yeah we went there. It's better than a fudgesicle understand well that was last week yeah and who is our other sponsor and they have changed their names to say it's. NFC vets they are on facebook. They are an outstanding facebook page that lives to get banned. Non Kidding guys kid but they do get banned a lot. They they do sympathize with on the joint but yes. We've been doing so mates a few times. I think down the hall a little bit but you know they don't WanNa. Keep us together that trust trust me but on a serious note they're working. They're working towards their by the ONC-. They are actually a local group to torpid. Maybe they are local group around in my area but obviously since they're on facebook in the world can glow and like that button on their page H in g that's that's an for you probably don't belong there and if you're easily offended or you like to just join pages pages you can report you'll love. NFC vets but I will say this he has tamed himself down and and it's funny because he'll call sign his bacon have only there's a whole Bacon iggy going on crazy no pets and Bacon and freedom and Markelle America you have to find a DV pork chop out there somewhere. I think I've actually seen that call son land. DB maybe pork chop. If you're listening to this podcast. Please send us a mess because you know we can't pet parrot frosty. Any Bobby Lord knows you never go find anything that matches act as a little boy. We got a pork thing going on in her clothes. You know had needs across cuff. Malaysia anyway are lovely. TV midnight frosty who has nothing to do with. Wendy's frosties is going to read a something very very very very important so I would like to take a moment of Y'alls Tam and me and pity boy here will new out and he go read. I didn't know Marines could read so last life. I had to write it in on okay most of you well. I should say all of you that our vets have said this at least once in your life if not doc more midnight frosty do solemnly swear or affirm that I will support and defend the constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic that will bear true faith and allegiance to the same and I will obey the orders of the president of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me according to the regulations and in the uniform code of military justice so help me got. Don't that just give you the chills every time you hear it now might be the PTSD. I duNno kick you. So why are we reading the oath enlistment well because a couple of weeks ago people lost their ever love and minds because some lady Johnny remember who she is earlier swore back on her office on a book from Dr Seuss yes well if you haven't noticed doesn't matter what words come at your mouth what you hold your hand to and what promises you make that don't mean you go do exactly what you said the only way to tell if somebody's actually gonNA remain true to their their own and this goes for some veterans out there and we'll get you yeah you It's your actions K. You can swear in and say I do solemnly swear that I'm not gonNA found on my balls on a fucking coloring book and that doesn't mean you're not going to go on to your balls. I'm just saying actions. Speak Louder than words. It's just the fucking book grow up Your Lunch of policies. That's not even fred out by the way that's just the truth. Looks actually eat a little bit to you know to support defend the constitution nowhere. Does it say that you get to pick and choose what part of the Constitution. It's the entire constitution so if you're anti second amendment sorry. Charlie soup that shit up. Where does it say in that the whole constitution. I read it Y'all Richard. I'm sure everybody has hope that you can't swear in on anything but the Bible if this lady swore in on Dr Seuss by the way who's a brilliant writer for children so I'm not seeing what the big deal is a desk beside the point. We'll just new cash. Ashgabat huge supporter veterans for that matter and she goes and does her job and does it well. She's a politician judge. Some I don't know I don't let me nothing. What's it matter but people got seriously butthurt. I've seen so many cry of videos that we were all sitting. They're like some people just the book. It's just words. It's those words don't mean anything. Those are just words to us when we get when we take that first oath we got no clue. Would you say that because we we you have to say it to getting it. You have no idea what according our oath means. I took you got to go uphold that motherfucker standing air in your her skivvies and you know raising your hand before you even enter bootcamp. You're you're taking that oath right. We all took the oath prior and then we took the oath again when when we graduate a basic that oath don't mean Shit. If you don't actually uphold it you could have said I'm joining the army. I do solemnly swear then I'm not going to be a stupid guber head and I'm not going to get the entire platoon sent into freaking punishment and that's the first thing you do when you get out. Get everybody body in trouble because Blue Falcon no no no no no no no no. Oh no no no no words are just words. Books are just books actions. Those are what's anything to add to that now. I think it was a mistake councilwoman from Saint Louis Area Saint Louis County county or something like that somewhere in the midwest not that that matters but you know she's a single mother and her two kids there with her during the swearing ceremony anyway so it was more of love sharing her experience with your children. You know it wasn't necessarily anti you know Bible or anything along those was lying she she had her family their children and you know and that meant more to her than you know swearing in on a Bible that maybe the kids I haven't read yet who knows and this will come out later in a note in in an actual frag out but I get traditions. I get Tom Old. Traditions sounds like fun in life where they had S. All I'M GONNA say because I don't want to be the that spoiler alert but I get Tom old traditions again etiquette again but Jesus Christ. Let down your pants and have a little fun or is that let down your hair. Either way have a little fun just a sexual charge. Eh Gun O'hare to go kind of what was going. In the background. I had pulled up to see what the book was. I remembered the book he actually had something to do with why she she chose it and it's the Dr Seuss Book. Oh the places you'll go. What's IT and and before everybody goes is damn liberals. It wasn't liberals losing their Shit just saying it was conservatives a lot of veterans actually but I can't name drop on the show 'cause I. I promise boo you so we'll move onto lighter subject yellen learn how at traumatize the child for life today not a to no way look you know little kids don't realize where hamburger and Bacon and bacon comb rate so there was this little grumpy kid gets a book off the shelf because I'm a word and she's like pointing at it and I hear say Mama pig is on cruise imbashi points to a baby pig and she goes what's that and I was like oh look a little bay concede. y'All should have seen the look on that mother and kids base would she means making seed. Mom knows look at to go. I hear them calling the name was thanking God. She just does not understand in people bless her heart. I blame the fever whatever but I did when she pointed she goes. What's this new. I know she wouldn't talk to me but I thought I danced L. Look a little bit concede yet. They were not amused pretty sure assessing the kid later grant but I made that may not have been my thought his mom could have said no toy. Tori is on credit for it. You know you want to. They tried to kill you on death by powerpoint today. Yeah in videos would not play. You know no audio yeah. It was bad. Look I get up in. Both of these two are grumbling in our little radio group chat and I'm like Oh they're having a morning in. It's it was like eleven thirty here so it was but as early over there and I'm like just going to go back to bed already started bad over there and I just woke up. I'M NOT GONNA start my day. It was resiliency training for the Air Force. At least it was for our squadron today so and got to do with you because you're not an air force. Why Yeah we work with air. Force obviously department of the Air Force so Nasima liens. We work with airman so they want us kind of going through a lot of the similar trainings trainings that they do especially on those type of topics that they covered today. Well Damn frosty. You're not used to that. You GotTa Chair Yeah actually donuts two. Oh my God it was a special occasion. You know now that's just normal air force everyday thing doughnut. Here's your chair. She just got the partaking commit today. That's all the marine didn't have to eat a career on today. I did you know that in case of emergencies such as hurricanes if you have a box of crayons it's not only do marines have a tasty snack but if you light one they will ask for thirty minutes and then you will have hot food. I've heard that but I don't like Mike barbecued crayons. I like them fresh just saying if you're in the hurricane and lights go out you can't sit a Crayon on fire. Blah Camila look at tip it over and set the house on fire not have a hell of a lot of light in a power problem solved a little bit of wax on a little played later something set it in the wax. I could see that would fucking make sense damn it. It's an emergency and in an emergency. You don't do anything that makes sense. I mean commercials on TV radio now on W. Dvr where you're like out grab a flashlight with dead batteries. I hate that fucking commercial yeah. I've been running and hiding in the closet. Getting I'll get in the bathtub. Versus the whole box on its front fire prostes coming out of the closet later heard his way we went there. I what else is on our list of stupid shit. We've said this week. Let's see yeah we left the marine in charge of writing although the other thing. I have on my list. Wait till later well yeah but you said there were three things we've only done two technically the others later so that would still leave one in their which way the Georgia which we go. What was that other one. I didn't write that one down wake was supposed to write that one down. Oh my God doesn't Afghans you you can I could but I don't have a computer where I work at. I cut grass for fucking live in Camman. Oh you were going to give us a product review frosty. That's one of the Things Uh oh Dr Taner which product is supposed to review candle to Slavi. Does I took a order candles that are available on our sponsor. K Bar soaps website from flame on candle company which is I don't want to explain that one. The son of the Cable Company owner he's twelve years old and his already started his own company. I'll well. He's put out a few candles. I ordered a couple of them. When he first introduced system I ordered one that was titled Campfire and the other one was flagged powder. I really enjoy black powder when I burn it quite frequently but but kept our one I kind of have to hold off on one. We've got all the fires up here so I don't need the campfire smell. It's already in everything shit. Oh Shit the we. We ain't got a smoker fucking. San We just hanging outside right now and it gets spoke for us. I mean there's so many wildfires. It was going on so when I when I first got it it was before for all the fires got going and I fired that thing up and was sitting there and all of a sudden. It's like you know what I feel like. I'm sitting down wind of Campfire kind of had that little bit of a campfire smell but tingle that you get when you're you're sitting in the smoke. It really kind of surprised it was there that was that was perfect. L. And I found don't just found her other things so guys where I've been sick. I've been using voice to text cars yeah and apparently my phone does not understand me when and I'm all stopped up so all week I have called wink pink frosty Friday and the plague plaque so for for this week show we have pink going ca frosty Friday into nevermore with the play with the plaque hosting photo food out for our next show and that you folks is why we it shouldn't have conversations in private because it's a lot more funny when we do it like typing whatever but seriously this thing cannot understand me unlike its it's play black plague plaque okay. Just let me die in peace in apparently we have pictures pictures of cruising insulting down the road. Oh Yeah my week was little interesting. It wasn't mowing grass this week because it's all dead so the task asked me to kind of roll out new road or gravel road next to our up from your fence so that her lovely security forces members skin patrol roll defence line clay they get quiet whispering in my ears stopped up on the two but yeah was on the roller this week and I got the roll out of gravel road next to their defense steamroller kind of thing it wasn't a steamroller a roller the use of asphalt and stuff like that a single drum rollers. They called you. Kinda look like Oh my God you guys have never actually met I have have actually met Lincoln so as frosty and pictures the flintstones and he's fucking Fred Flintstone with the big roller flintstones me athletes Dunn's. That's oink in a roller by Soleil Yeah Shirt I want serve Lord have mercy image in my head for a while run enrolling deeper the Flintstones flintstones well. You know you could alleys photoshop a pig Hawaiian shirt in the flintstones car. I want the fucking Leopard fucking thing did fred on. That's what I what what was it was it was. I don't fucking know how want the Tiger Eggert thing that that person were a methane. Please yeah y'all wonder and I don't know how Rossi comes up with art because it'd be like I need ideas like that's funny and he's like but I didn't say nothing okay. We'll work with that week. We're good but you didn't give me an idea. You're good. You're good you got this will usually guys just make one comment mentor. Someone is like being honestly. That's actually a lot of how we work. We're just sitting there minding her business and then suddenly almost lost the Bourbon. We're we're like ooh good idea anyway so I guess this is number four episode four perk for whatever you WANNA call it so by now you guys either. Love US or hate us but we would like to hear from you guys. You know maybe you could send us a frag- topic 'cause unless something pisses off we don't really have out until we get to talk in the middle of the show and they were like sometimes we preplanned them. If if you listen to last episode episode three last week's episode yea I had fun yeah he he he also at this point his wrote a piece about it that should be on DVR thoughts and wherever else he plastered it. I don't know if there's any cuss words in it but you might WanNa Watch children. I think I was good on that part of it. Just means you couldn't figure out how to spell fuck on the computer which you crayons because we talked about that want to one of the other shows and I wrote debt wrote downside know how to spell it for later. Damn autocorrect keeps coming up with duck. Who The hell does ducking. That's what I want to know. Exactly what in whatever time iphone gets an update it resets the keyboard and then after that all over again. I'm like it would point in my history of I ever said thanks. You need to translate this deducting. I'll say ducking ducking auto car wreck duck in Birch. 'cause that's is what it'll do. Unlike ECHINACEA call anybody a fucking bitch right now duck and Birch. It's not near as funny. You're all mad and you hit sanding. You like that. Doesn't even that won't even phase them because they're laughing at me. I hate autocorrect especially this week Dabble Yup. If anybody knows a good play doctor you know the ones on a creepy bird masks sin one to never Moore's house. I need to breathe again aw hopefully by the time this one airs. You'll be way over that. I hope so if not I really do have the plague and Bourbon doesn't treat the plague apparently because that's tell him carrying it. Sorry I just got distracted. The white caught the ice cubes and I'm like ooh Shiny Squirrel well you know because if we had an itinerary would work so much better but then it would be near as funny because we just do this on the fly. My Week Sucks. It just sucks our like for sixteen hour days. Of course that worked out today is because I got to come home early today. You know no overtime. God forbid even in a natural disaster and I take a NAP and now I'm recording a show. Yeah my life's exciting as fuck but you either frosty How's your week been so far for me. It hasn't been too bad. I mean I went from striping to stripping so I don't know whether I consider that a promotion or not but saw so explain that a little bit better I normally I'm putting the lines on the on the ground the striping portion but this week I've been removing in line so I like to say I've been. I'm now a stripper a whale tate when a debt working for the government. He shakes his goods on a flat line. That's been about my great image for us to have snowman shaking his booty on the flight line. The great thing about snowman is not atomic correct so he's not gonNA be out. There are swinging his banging. Look People curtains wrong place. PROC- doesn't have a nose anymore is that his penis didn't just penis those okay okay multipurpose tool. We are not right in the head. We are definitely not right then again. We never claim to be so so. It looks like we are at like twenty five minutes into the show. Yeah I have nothing. y'All my brain is fried ain't even drunk. It's just dead happy the GEICO commercial break and we'll get right back to you after these commercials only on TV radio DVR Caridi you shooters express Charlotte's number one destination for personal defense sport instruction recreational shooting supplies. They offer concealed carry classes for only twenty nine ninety five. 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It was at this moment that he knew he fought tax paschall that don't kissing you should rephrase that. Momma said my Mama said Mama said mom. Taser now classes this gentleman yours you did the DVD radio where the Shenanigans never end now back to our show welcome back to frag out drag-out here on DVD our radio for DV radio. I'll get that right one of these days. You fuck that all up yeah. I did what we IMBO. Leave that in because that's fucking funny uh-huh what we have tonight we've got here is failure milk as a rumble between our two chair force vets. They threw a little video out there. That's hit almost every page that I've seen of a Navy First Class Petty Officer at her retirement. The caption on the for the video says after serving six years in the army and twenty years in the navy she retires and walked out like this she deserves that walk and it looks like a big formal retirement ceremony where the ringing the bell and walking down the carpet and a couple of them go before her and they're all saluting and she gets up to the line they all salute as she just kind of music starts playing she starts dancing her way down the line so our veterans here decided that one decided they didn't particularly care for it and the other one's like hey. That's cool so we're going to throw it out there and ready frigg out. We will let dv go first because you know ladies first. Oh Gee thanks no telling you right now. What I've seen this video it straight up pissed me the fuck off a you got two people walking in front of her. Whether it was initially I thought it was just a mass retirement thing and then introducing the people and then here she comes the last one in line for whatever reason and all of a sudden music starts playing. It's starts dancing down the red carpet tour you have military personnel in uniform rendering her a damn salute and she continues to walk past the dancing her little butt off as an attention or that's the only way I put it to me. It showed a total lack of respect respect for damaging for she's wearing respect for those that are rendering damn salute. They get it twenty six years in the military congratulations but there's a fucking place in the time and when you're in front of a bunch of people that are there it to me. It just pissed me off. I'm sorry you know like I said. There's a place in the time. If you WANNA dance your Little Judah boobs fucking music and whatever the hell s you wanted to do fine to do it on your the old time but don't do it when you have a hundred people or even a company or whatever a platoon doesn't matter. I don't give a shit. You have other military people blur in uniform a uniform you're wearing and here we are dancing like a fucking idiot to me. It was a total lack of respect for the you know she wore whether it was the army for six or the Navy for twenty. It was total disregard Matt sure what you call a group of sailors so when just seen them anyway. I don't know mattress stains dying. Okay round to Nevermore year round. Go Okay obviously if somebody cued music. This shit was preplanned. Everybody fucking knew it was going to happen therefore I don't see how it's disrespectful because they knew her ass do it. They wouldn't have boombox place in whatever it he just called the music. I'm sorry when you right. It's fucking hilarious. I can't even be serious on on a serious note though go back to hint of what I was talking about in the first episode I get tradition. I get it but this shit was pre plan saying. I don't see how it was disrespectful. It's not like she like whip down herself own started Blair and Jay Z and decided to do the freak. All the way down with like a line was pre-planned. They knew it was going to happen and I mean after twenty six years. At least she wasn't on a fucking walker trying to go down through there. I mean come on got to have a little fun here. Near the learning thing that bothers me a little bit because you can still dance and Jive and feedback still throw out a salute while getting down which bags of punk on and so lou shake areas and just don't work though no don't work down the retirement on that suck. Nobody wants to see Yoda lurking actually six years you asked his old but you're you're getting opinions from a retired veteran versus a DD to fourteen four-year manner. You know so that's the difference in it. He's retired. He's done a retirement ceremony very solemn and all of that numbers like get the fuck out house actually stood back and I read some of the comments and those were exact psomas come to what I got out of the Marine Corps book without my Boxers Book Chuck all my the class as right Durham on fire. Let's great retire for was it stimulus. Tse No separation from service. Wasn't you know what I'm saying the person. I think that common didn't clarify to me a retirement ceremony like you said it's something. I take personally tradition. It's something that's by. I Air Force regulation if you WANNA be air force is the commander's responsibility to ensure everything that my wishes are met or my wife for example we had dual retirement swimming pools retired the same day so I took a little bit personal and I've seen this granted. She went out the way she wanted to. I get that but initially I thought it was a group retirement thing when I went back and watched it again for the second time which Oh my God the dancing was horrible. y'All now now. I never said she could actually good the last right on out the navy yes she did. I got hypocritical match. She did that but the thing it's the Navy I mean. Can you think of a gay or way to exit in as well. There is some other ways but he can't probably posted on video leaving probably authorized that. You said that they respect your wishes right. They respected her wishes which is still upholding according to reduce like I said initially authored a group setting a group retirement thing. We're introducing everybody. That was getting ready to retire. I A A squadron function type thing back down and watched it again and it was actually I I would assume that spells but got you back and watch I have assuming that the people that was introduced I when people that actually were part of retirements irving last one on makes sense now because she was the one being offered at that ceremony so that might have been her own personal retirement ceremony and that's the way to tell you what votes the listeners out there. I'm sure you've seen the video by now by the time this airs live circulated the Internet forty million times so sound up career team. Raven team like choose. Your sides and frosty didn't even have to separate us because we didn't bite each other. There's two borders between us. saw alleged help a little bit. Listen your comments in a chat right now. You're listening long live. WDC Radio in let's see he didn't jet. What are you guys thinking right. Now was inappropriate was not appropriate now. I'll see if I can't even find link boasts begin in the chaffee. Watch yet because like you said you're hearing opinions from somebody who retired versus somebody who got out oh like I said you need to size it up for yourself but he you know like he he said. I said this person got the wishes. This is how they wanted to do it. I mean I've seen some swearing in ceremonies. Reenlistment listen ceremonies that would make skin crawl so I mean the Air Force did have the guy swore back in reenlisted with a pitch access access some people off. I thought funny but whatever the way I looked at this. One is not team frosty. Did we say you have an opinion on kidding. I'm kidding. Hey you WANNA play that game going through any and I looked at it as a Smith is just a short clip out of a bigger ceremony a bigger whatever so there's not a whole lot of context other than the two coming before getting run through you and then her dancing down it so other than the caption who knows what this actually was this could have been the the kind of goof off portion that a lot of retirement ceremonies have that at least that I've seen since I've been here but who knows staying neutral and there you have it midnight Frosty Aka Canada or about furniture yeah under the French lunch later on Sol no because we we all right. I thought that was you yeah because remember. I have week two we we with because he's a snowman. I always wanted to roast beef. Somebody else went all the way home. Oh Wow your wife said smack you right now. LISTEN TO ME I. I was waiting for the navy duties recording leanest Charmian. I still don't know what you call. A group of semen besides an orgy try not to laugh in the background is in the other room shit and is it. A squatter squid office would what's what's the plural of squids squads squid squad I know it's fucking show but you could type in the fucking comments what a group of semen are because we don't know you're the navy ass fourteen years and you don't know what a group of sailors are wooden wooded. Make it up but the college chip is a group of sailors scholarship ships company stupid at even the Air Force has a better name that could at least where a squadron so there. You have it a group of seen in his ships company. That's what he said. Cluj in for a air air we know squadrons for Air Force wait. A minute doesn't doesn't Navy or the Marine Corps also have squadrons. Yes we do okay just making sodas the navy they can sure or the air wing side and I wonder who they're yelling at and the background. Oh Shit okay. We did ask for a full. Fuck doc in less than we just said. What do you call a group of semen besides gay whatever that was our frag out for the week and I'm pre- go fuck myself now okay. That's not nice. KFYI's would I got y'all if y anyway. I wonder if he sent that to civilian if they'd note that meant. GM somebody in Texas city real quick can takes the wife. I guarantee you know either. Ask Her the the longest response. I usually get back for his one letter K. A. K. if you get a k. for me I'm either super bizzare super pissed it just depends on the day the Tom and the moon cycle and if the planet's line from Mars or not do you know that makes sense though she's is actually married to me so maybe that's. That's the problem okay okay. We're talking about good good good. I just finger emoji on on standby. Listen to Berg's talk to you know what emojis mean that's right lots more sex apparently if you listen to barracks talk frosty can turn into Barry White listeners put it white chocolate lane and I'm pretty sure he hasn't figured out how he's done it yet. The white chocolate rain parter changing your voice the voice exchanged for sure okay just making sure Butler somebody no it just all of a sudden new microphone and it just kind of got br allowed in my headset. It may have had a talk with it and next thing I know my voice dropped the WHO knows I ace guess what the day on TV radio frosties balls draw snowballs uh-huh oh my goodness. This is why there is a listener discretion is advised and if you're GONNA go back and search for the podcast by the way is probably one of the better shows we had we had the special guest on her motive great guy he stayed in chat with us for a while and and he was even laughing his ass off thrown out insults like you know frost taken tranquilizers their neck it was it was awesome. Oh goodness well so far. I'm rather pleased with frank out drag-out. We'll if we have any fans after episode three. Thanks Buddy might get offended. Many might get her but we're here that the fudgesicle cools that that burning real quick take it from frosty. We'll take it from frosty means. You gotta reach in his legs and get it girls winter tree on so Have you seen any of the new movie trailers coming out. Me and movies are like a above the navy I stay away from I just I don't nerd I love love love like when they not when they remake a classic like when a sequel or something comes out. If you don't know what I'm talking about bad boys for life they are back in their release in a movie in January go on. He's got bad bad bad. Boys bad boys now. Nothing you suck. We'll spend a minute you know. Of course we've seen it probably get past his liberal illness. Is Movies are fun. I bet you don't using the right. Go ahead and seeing and let's see if you can get song the for even that part right. Let's be real. I got it on CD somewhere. We're not I even applauded it. I don't know I love it when people sing that song 'cause it's a bad boys bad boys what you're GonNa do and I'm like you're never gonNA get the next part right and they never get the next part right. If anybody knows without Google lean it the actual next part of that song because it's not what Japan it is. It's not what you're going to do when they come for you. It's actually a little bit more than that. If you know at type it in chat won't see if we have a winner through energy can dinner. You don't get any fucking prizes. We care but let's just if you know the actual words yes. I'm that kind of NERD. I was security forces devender after after all I do know that song lame gotTa have something to do. Stand in those midnight duties he said Duty Dude and I did Edward Knight sobbed driving around the nukes right in the circles are standing on the nose of a plane ordering you stood you can get to sit in a nice little comfy vehicles like they had my seen among some of the vehicles got to move but like during exercises Air Force One was there your ass stood strew only got to support the backup plan really got to support Air Force One for the most part a guarded Air Force One when Clinton in came the base respect the commander in chief even if he's not your president talking to you lip cards anal speaking Clinton one of the coolest things ever when I was deployed to I call it the point I was deployed to Qatar and Bill Clinton came through doing it like a Uso tour loose morale of troops with the first everybody when I heard he was coming is they raided the little you know. PX On base they the single city cigars Cubans so he gets done to it as little speaking thing is done comes out to the crowd and there's there's a bunch of air force guys surrounding. Probably I don't know thirty or forty people away from but you could just tell somebody was just waiting one time and the one guy had enough balls the present the fucking cigar right to them. This is right after the whole Monica obviously shit you know went down not too long ago. Dude heat smile the biggest malla oliver overseeing them smile grabs fucking cigar autographs gives a back that dude like fucking five hundred more came out of the woodwork. It was fucking hilarious balls of steel right there real props. You and I'll drink to that shit. I don't like to tell like crappy while we ran stories because you know nobody wants to be depressed but the only person who's really going to appreciate the irony learning. This story is point because he knows what security force squadrons are like how their chain of command is and how they think they're better than everybody else and straight so oh. I got to one story I was on drinking restriction and I was over at the Maintenance Squadron and with my best friend who was a special effects artist got drunk he's like how are we going to get you back. In years. Globular knows I know he decides these whip up this nasty gnarly early like Gash on my leg so I can like put Marm. Rounding see can't see that I'm fricking Shit. Faced can't walk kind of hobbles back in well somewhere in the middle of the night at that point. He's done drunk to thought. It'd be a good idea to prager my own squadron. We did a murder scene outside the security thirty four complete shop quasi outlines blood splatter you name it. I have lineup the next night so we're all there on the captain comes down on. He's like we're going to get the assholes responsible for this any you guys. Keep Your Eyes Open. If you guys catch anybody Blah Blah Blah while I'm I'm back. They're dying because there's nobody to catch. I did it ain't gonNA NARC on myself and my buddy right and he goes on to this like ten minute rampage page about worse security forces Blah Blah back into slow security specialists whatever and he just kept calling and on and on in the more he rampage rampage the Raider he got in the Raider. He got the more I giggled got caught. Didn't you know but my two buddies that were on each side of me fucking new right as soon as I started Gig lead because they knew my best friend was official fence artist as soon as they broke up and they go all right what we're GONNA do your assignments signed with these fools and he's like they both looked at me and then we did. It didn't use not like funny. I was like hey didn't work. They kept the secret but I wonder on how many Article V teams that. Shit what I have quite the collection. Let me tell you the ship Q. In the super troopers the you know the Super Super Military europe-usa sure if you ain't never gotten a good article fifteen eight lift Josh the puck afford one or two or six in your career. Not Kicks kicked out back then yeah. MHM tons restricted to base or enough snuck off base just heard like I said you. GotTa have some fun in there I mean have you not seen the posted it on the original nevermore page the is it second. Battalion Marines Marines down at June and they're giving hurricane safety tips and asks if you have any questions dude. Have you seen those marines are asking these guys. I can imagine formation the next day going. I'm looking for whatever they're called corporal. Whatever did you make this comment on his facebook. Peyton Beleza measor about jumping off the third story balcony with there being of win to help them fly down and all kinds kinds of crazy shit. Oh and you know and back then. We didn't have those cat cards or whatever they are. These like let you couldn't get on base without the card and he's like well. We'll make sure we alert whatever they're called to a hurricane trespassing be on the lookout bowl. I mean this guy. I don't know who runs that page inch but y'all y'all have got to follow that page. I don't care if you like the Marines hate the marines whoever's in charge of their facebook over there bucking hilarious. Give them in an award right promoting. I believe that was the second Marine Division page that was snow all of that and as far as the third deck stuff goes as long as you got your reflective collective Shelton's mattresses down there. You're good to go out and it's funny because also it they kept saying what if we wear a global where globe belt and I'm like Oh my God. This is too much. I I did like the supportive but he was given the guy that said he's GonNa jump off the three Baffoni. Hey I'm a carbon. I got your back. Bro Yep Second Marine Division then but like one of them was like if we put a global around all the sparky boys well we keep power that way and and what's funny is actually we have a friend who's a marine and has caused on Sparky so that made me laugh but yeah if you don't follow the Second Marine Division just for Shits and giggles crayons. You should really really really follow them. 'cause whoever runs their facebook is hilarious. There'd making a doing a good job with this this under the circumstances for them out some of the questions though Okada was dying. I'm trying to go back to it so I can go read some of them but he has posted like a motherfucker since then yeah because it's got over two point eight thousand comments so let's see I got the most you gotta go to most relevant or it's not near as funny am authorized to use deadly force on the hurricane was one of them and and contrary to popular belief although hurricanes have an odd they are not actually labs so we would advise against using deadly force on a massive storm. Lewis Violent Cam it wind. NCO Five six five five zero zero point six h prevents more information on win deadly force can be used. I mean it's just shit like that and does this mean we can finally where are all weather coat will the winds be strong enough to destroy my to fourteen was answered that was with the current speed of one mile per hour hurricane during his fast enough to destroy the story important documents. Please keep him locked up in a waterproof safe. Does Dorian have to wear global when when he hits PT Road I mean this. Shit was funny. Im- authorized runaround base with a life jacket all kinds of crazy shit. y'All got read that stuff links on the original. The pages called the original nevermore. That's just where pal around boredom if you so choose. I guess we put it on fair but up. Wait is calling it photo from now on through do is at food do or photo going photo not followed now. Where did we lose his frigging frosty. You have to be Oh hello. I didn't realize I had muted how did I do that. I don't a six lower. Bring up the some of the questions on there well L. You are the Marine in the group. So that's one page. I hadn't followed until recently. Well me neither but today I seen that in a group and I started going through it. I was like okay okay. y'All funny for active duty. I still damn funny. I wonder if Hurricane Dorian it should be saluted I mean he or she seems to think the number one the second visit. Please do not salute the storm. Let's see Shiny of course ah Lord becomes in Winston Cabin Wings and you can saluting cap'n bars. I should say not wings. These learn if he's if he's a full bird you might wanna run is down to what at three so he's done. He's done it been demoted in promoted because it started talking marine right. He started out as a five four three two three four three so name and in two and then three so eat gal typical. Murray we've been caught like six article for fifteen since then or whatever they call them now. Here's another another good one. I hear Dorey Wears Pajamas to the mess hall on his cellphone and second the Second Marine Division responds with eight so we'll we'll definitely have to counsel hurricane. Doreen regarding the where of proper civilian attire thanks for the heads up and simplified humoring a right man and I liked the one about safety can find the one with the kiddy pool if a kiddie pool happens to blow into the yard hard and there happens to be beer and we happen to slip and fall into the kiddy pool during the hurricane something and I'm sitting here going. They're going to have a fucking pool party out in a flood. I didn't get to get to actually go to one but I've heard they've had typhoon parties in Okinawa that they'll tell you open up the doors at both ends of the barracks. Throw a little soap down and slide back and forth up and down the hallway by the rain or through. I can neither confirm Organi. Government property was used in the fun of those events because I was as well for a couple years. Hey well. It looks like we're about at atop so we're GonNa let owing close a show. Cause Frost can't even figure out what what what radio station Moron along don't forget to check out in F G vets and K bar so company. They've got a facebook page. Thank you for sponsoring US siree weird. Just not funny today. Any less going from there are holster Nevermore If I don't die from the black death I will be back the marine they're looking the button or the buttons the Schick just out of nowhere you hear like he wasn't quite sure that was more of a question than an answer like wait a minute. I'm not sure what the hell did you remember. We talked about earlier in during the hurricane. your crayons can be used as an emergency food and for emergency lighting if necessary obey out of that all good to go please do not turn your fans to the hurricane or shoot at the hurricane because I'm GonNa tell you right now you pissed it off and it comes on into the rest of the North Carolina and power. 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2021 NBA Draft Lookahead -- One and Dones with Matt Pennie

Game Theory Podcast

1:34:10 hr | 11 months ago

2021 NBA Draft Lookahead -- One and Dones with Matt Pennie

"Hello and welcome to the game theory podcast I'm your host Sam bacini today on the show we have got good friends of the program that Penny here we're going to talk about one-and-dones in a 2021 draft is already that time we just finished the 2020 NBA draft and already the college basketball season starts this week I know that free agency just happened in the NBA I have a lot of free agency thoughts but my theory on this was the college basketball starts this week the NBA training camp does not start until December 2nd and even then people are only going to be happening attention to training camp in the season doesn't really start until around Christmas so that's going to give me plenty of time to talk about free agency whereas right now I want to talk about some of these one-and-done guys before the season starts you guys will know who to look for and who to watch for so before we get into that let's talk To the co-host of this show. Here it is. The all-time leader in UMass basketball history until waves in hand claps in leadership. It's Matthew Penny foam. How's it going man? Penny based on that intro. I feel like I should be getting a 3 or $20 free-agent contract. Like everyone else's unfortunately wasn't in the towel way of saying it's probably true more of like a flexor my first I think I was I was like 141 and hit my first 3-pointer then I screw up my average by like missing two or three more the next two years. I should have just like walked off after hit one off and left you matches the the best 3-point shooter in college basketball. History would have been a good too for the resume. Yeah. What were you this? This was a distinct error on your part? It's like, well, you know, I mean, I was awfully other friends that program Mark Titus ended my career Ohio State which we talked about before the I think he figured out a little bit better than I did. How many have you ever gone through and calculated how many trillions you had? Oh, I have it. Now. I always find a way to like sneak a rebound or something my first my like / 40 numbers for 1 year, like outrageous and some people like gosh play more know I should not run good right here, but the hell I make sure to go to UMass has page on Sports ref and I couldn't find your couldn't find your player page. Do you not even half-way Ur Page here? I'm not even real person or create a player you are you really might be a creative or or what the fuck is going on here Penny. I don't know more importantly to me was I'm just curious what you did on your to our summer vacation between the end of the 2020 draft. And and now the 2021 Drake I took two days off. It was great. I watched three of seen three movies. I watched possessor which is all sorts of fucked up and really took its ass movie where this company employs a woman who can in his develop this technology where she can go into other people's contact. Mrs. And commit murders seems pretty heavy for its for a heavy time in the world. It rules like it's just like an wild I watched run which is with Sarah Paulson off Kira Allen, which is on Hulu right now, which is really good. It's by the guy. Did you ever see the movie searching with John Cho em don't think so. So, it's this it's this movie where Shaq is a mom and a daughter the daughter is in a wheelchair and it's like a thriller and I'll just leave it at that and then I watched New Mutants last night, which is like the X-Men movie that they shelved for three years before releasing this year because you can just like tell immediately that they shelved it for 3 years because Maisie Williams, did you ever watch Game of Thrones map? Any my wife's a huge Game of Thrones fans? Who was I was on in the background? I didn't get another really time piece of guys. I don't want to like start a Game of Thrones War here, but in short, no not really did, you know, did you do you know who Arya Stark is sure. Yes. So the girl who played Arya Stark, they very clearly film this movie and like 2017 or 2018 because she looks very young still and that this movie that just got released this year, So it's kind of a mess. But somewhat entertaining mess. I would recommend possessor though, if you're looking for a super fussy good few days for you. Yeah, this great is awesome. All right, I pull up your basketball reference page. Let's see here. Okay all game logs. You play 12 games UMass. Yeah. I think this is a gas, but I think it was like ten points seven rebounds among along twelve games if I'm not mistaken you had 1 2 three you would 3 trillions in those targets pretty good. I got to add that to my LinkedIn you were you were really you were getting some shots up in those games related. I love it man, like respect for it. We when I was playing it was Savannah State Jacksonville State like they were shots. We had with a few minutes ago. You can't just with a shocked laugh all the time in 2006 who averaged 30 points per 40 minutes. So Dave go there's my contract. I need a better agent 30 points 20 rebounds took their hand out twenty million dollar deal so I can take bath and that is a senior you averaged thirteen point three fouls per 40 minutes. I think I played 3 games at two files. So I took it out. I love that so much. This is fantastic. All right, so I released my 2021 NBA Mock Draft today at the Ledic I said it from the jump within that thing that you should be reading that more as a watchlist than like a this is a Ironclad ranking of players, you know what I mean? Like there's just no we're so early in the process off. There were fewer events in the spring and fewer events in the summer and fewer practices in the fall for us to get it understanding of how guys have improved where guys stand with their games in the last eight months. There is also the factor that there was no McDonald's All-American like hoop Summit Jordan brand classic. I've seen all of these guys play live for the most part. They're probably one or two guys here among the one in done class that I have not seen live. I'm trying to run through the list right now. Let me see here. Let me see here. I actually have not seen Musa cisa Play Alive. Yeah, so that that would be one. Let's see. I've not seen Isaiah Jackson play Live yet either and then on top of that there are a couple of guys like Josh Primo Alabama that I just haven't seen enough of yet because this 2020 draft cycle interminable. So I just didn't rank. Like if I have not seen you enough. I'm just not going to rank you at the end of the day Earl Timberlake is another guy there where I know that there are people that are huge fans of Timberlake and think he has a real job to be a one-and-done. I just haven't seen enough of them yet to rank them. So I would caution everyone to look at this as a watch list may not an iron-clad ranking of players. Do we think that that is a fair way to go about this very fair way to go about it and unfortunately, As you said the last draft was very long very arduous. And now that it's over. I don't know how much it kind of changes with NBA teams able yo go out and see these games get live eyes on these guys in person. I don't know what scouting staffs will be able to do. I'm going the road and for college guys going back to to high school and prep school rules right now. There's a dead period for college coaches through April 15th, which means college coaches cannot go on the road and Scout high school kids until at least April fifteenth. So even back about more is a whole class. That hasn't been seen. I don't know how that's going to be reflected upon the NBA stuff, but it's going to be a lot of kind of what we've done. This draft go back and watching film watching stuff live in I just woke up strong to the G League ignite team, which has a handful of guys that could have went to college and been one-and-dones have decided to go there instead which includes Jalen Green Vision, Nick strong. Dominga, like I'm trying to get my hands on that stuff cuz they've played two scrimmages. If you go online, you can find like clips of like a minute-long. They have a guy Kai Sotto who played for skillful Rock who's from the Philippines? It has a huge following so I'm watching like Philippine news video like one and a half minute clip trying to be like, oh Jalen Green books a little bit upcoming go. Okay, he's back from he's back from injury. His body looks good, but I just don't know the real eyes on looks information. We're going to have so as a watch guide that's a very good hedge early because we don't know how this is going to kind of shake out the next few months. Oh, I'm just like straight up with that g league night seemed like you talk to NBA teams. Like they still don't really have like a full gauge on how that's going to work from home valuation process yet. Like they're Unsure how much real Competitive basketball they're going to get to see those guys play before the 2021 draft which like is concerning with someone like Jonathan kuminga who he's like interesting. He's always been very productive but there are some real flaws. They're like, he's pretty stiff for a guy that's going to be you know, a kind of I guess I could call him a straight for right now to be honest, but I think he Fashions himself more as like a 3/4 hybrid, right? Yeah 3443. I mean really big strong kid, but he battled injuries last year. So I like the ESPN games. You don't really play a lot and I'm kind of watching to see how he bounces back because he has potential not to be as strong but kind of that like bigger a coral type frame, but you want to see okay. These guys are now playing a Walnut Creek. They're having NBA training. They're being coached by Brian Shaw was a look like now when they kind of have like a little bit of a taste of the action, but not necessarily at the big show off. Not necessarily in college there in no-man's-land a little bit. So I'm hoping that some of those games find their way to the internet or or NVA personal hands do yeah, like I just want them to end up on Synergy life. I look today. There wasn't on there. Yeah, as soon as we get those games on Synergy. I will be ecstatic like absolutely ecstatic. So let's talk. Let's start of the top here. Because I think Kayden Cunningham. I don't know that he's the best high school prospect that I've evaluated in the seven years that I've been doing this he'd be near the top off probably not the top but certainly near the top. I think he's my favorite though everything. I love everything about kid Cunningham. Can you kind of give me a rundown on what you're maybe I'll say this first. So the first time I saw it came Cunningham's 2 and 1/2 years ago at pangos all American Camp. He was still like a top twenty recruit in the country and I even wrote then I was like, I don't get how this guy's not like a consensus top five kids in this class. Like he is a monster two-way Wing play super hard passes the ball. Well defends still developing the shooter, but he just knows how to play basketball. It's such an exceedingly high level. No, I mean very very accurate because and I went re-read your mock today and reread the article. You're right. He was kind of this combo forward for a long time. She didn't really transition to point guard until the summer before she went to mount verdict Academy and I I always liked them hadn't seen a ton of them and not that I stumbled on to him because it's not for Academy but I remember watching the game and they're playing at Hawaii and they're playing in the air and I was really watching for precious Oshawa and Isaiah Stewart. Yep, and he's playing point guard. I'm like, oh like this is this is something special cuz he's going off the pick-and-roll CreativeLive drivel passer. He's sitting three swim goggles one guys go under he's going to the rim and sneaky kind of dumb guys here and there he's playing with the pace and Tempo. He just really knew who he was dead. Yep. She had a smaller guy on him. He'd slowly brings to the post kind of like an NBA fito and hit a small fade away. And then you talk about the defense. It's like he takes pride in his defense. He wants to shut down opposing guards wage. He's very vocal. He'll call out sets. He makes contact on switches just like an advance game. He's only been playing point guard for three years and it's corny but he grew up playing quarterback and he kind of does get on the court. Yeah, he's selfless. I mean he was on and you also listed in your mock draft and used three guys from that month or team in your top 16 in bed. By the way. They had another top 16 recruit in they were on Sharp who to me is just like kind of the typical like guy that I don't really love is an NBA big but it is certainly going to be incredibly productive as long as big vs will be very good in North Carolina, but they have Scottie Barnes they have even Moses booty who's Arkansas have Caleb Houston who just committed to Michigan. I mean just a team was loaded and he didn't care like he just wanted to stir the drink and get guys involved and get got shots any time. They asked what rankings he said he didn't care. So I I just really like dog. His demeanor his composure to me. He's definitely the Crown Jewel of the class. Yeah, there's already like starting to be like thing where people are trying to drum up interest in like the race for number one. I'm not saying that it's not going to be erased at some point. But right now it's like very clearly kid kind of came to me. Like, I don't even think it's really all that close. Yo honest, I agree. It's just jumbo big creative guards who are six seven and I think the it since he's been on campus. He's grown an inch with the plus wingspan. They don't come along that often know that's why we We've joked before like, all right, how many NBA GMS are looking at this next class and being like great. We got a top-three pick and the previous draft like this one girl talk about whatever six eight ten guys and there could be a few others in the mix too. I mean, the funny thing is that Kayden Cunningham could have been eligible for the 2020 draft like if you wanted to reclassify and get to Oklahoma State of birth. really could have done that and could have been eligible for 20 20 and he decided not to which was a choice on his part he was It's worth like putting this into context as well. So he played at the u-19 World Cup in Greece last year as an underage player. He was very clearly the birth of that event. I know that Reggie Perry won the MVP, like I know that I think he finished third in scoring but for Team USA and that event every single thing that they did ran through him. They had Kyrie Louis and Tyrese Haliburton, both of whom went in the lottery in last year's draft on that team and neither of them played point guard because Cade Cunningham was a ground. If you go and watch the gold medal game against Molly or Molly, I'm sorry. every single thing that he did on the court Was ridiculous like he didn't even play that well in the first half of that game and then once the third quarter rolled around and it was like still tied at halftime in part because he wasn't really making shots and he did not make it on a shot throughout the tournament to be frank. He just completely took over the third the third quarter of that game against Mali. Was one of the most impressive things. I think I've ever seen from a youth Prospect at the feeble level. He just completely orchestrated every single action every single time down the court wage and it led to what was essentially becoming a what essentially became a blowout against Mali in that tournament. He averaged in the gold-medal game. He scored 21 points at seven rebounds had seven assists. He played 35 or 33 or 34 minutes or something like that in that game. It was unbelievable and for him to have not even made the all-tournament team was one of the craziest like most egregious things. I think I've ever seen in my life from like Awards being handed out at the end of any tournament season Etc He is unbelievable. I truthfully don't care to know ya don't I think you just values winning so much that it's not even like wage. Is going to his back that he's like, yeah. No, I didn't I didn't want to be a VP. That's fine. We won the gold medal like I'm good. Yeah, like I don't think he's quite as good as what Luka doncic wage coming in. but it's he's the closest that I've seen like I hate I hate dumb and guys like that that early but I he's Favorites a good word you call them the yeah orchestrator the conductor if you will, but the way he sees the game a few plays ahead the way that he's got Steel in the backcourt know that the guys breaking down the other way and drop signal of pass or he'll know the way the guy read the pick-and-roll last time to give me a different one and pull back and shoot a three. He just he's really smart on the court and you get the ball you don't worry about things going haywire, you know, he's going to make the right decision. Yep. Do we have any other anything else? We want to talk about with kid? No, we could do a whole podcast on Kate. We're good. It'll probably happen. It seems good. We're fans. Yeah, you just for fans excited. I'm glad he went to Oklahoma State and brothers an assistant coach won't be in the tournament, but you should be a lot of must-see TV for sure. Yeah NCAA let Kayden Cunningham play in the NCAA tournament. Like you're worried about ratings. You're worried about college basketball in general. Like I'm worried about making sure that there's an NCAA tournament your ratings will go up. If you let Cade Cunningham play in the NCAA tournament will do that or we'll do like a running a bubble in arrival City to examples and just pull up everybody else. I love it. Let's do that. Lets your an event planner. I'll tell you from there we go. We can do this. We're in. Okay. We'll be back with a quick advertisement here and then we'll be back in a second. Or at our next ad here is near and dear to Matt pennies heart. Look these days it seems like life is forcing us to be on all the time. 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I'll just open the floor to you. I don't know who have to but do you want to go Jalen green? Sure. Let's talk about Jalen green. So I'll be honest like when I've seen Jalen Green in the a you like world. I have not been an enormous fan because he just gets super shot happy and gets very inefficient. He's not quite a good enough shooter yet to do that. But like you can very clearly see the talent and his ability to create separation and to get his own shot is unbelievable. And then you see him in like team, um settings and he's a lot less selfish like a lot more team-oriented and more willing to play Within the construct of the offense. So I really do quite like Jalen green as well. I think that he's another guy that very clearly would have gone number one in this 2020 NBA class. Don't you think totally I mean six-foot-five Livewire athlete is shooting off. Really explosive first step and burst high-level body control what he's trying to Lane to he knows how to adjust he can get going scoring in a hurry and with that explosiveness. He knows how to get to a spots off the dribble elevates it the rim and what he does create space with step back. It's hard to stop you really leans in the steps all the way back. It's a hard shot to block. The jumper is better I'd say it looks more consistent. The knock is always been an elbow kind of gets a little wild and out of whack. Yeah and twist his feet his body a little bit when shooting on the move but it has gotten better throughout the high school year and through the brooder film G league night highlights that I tried to watch a few hours ago. Not the best defender right now all the time. But with those quick flash with a burst I do believe that he could be a lock-down defender in time and plays with the confidence to his game much better in Team USA settings. Also important to note. I believe. He's only eighteen years. The water 19th of February, so he has to be able to do this now and be young and be true age for his grade, which is increasingly rare. It's it's noteworthy for analytics guys left. So do you think of him more as a lead or as a too because you to you think he's a pure to Jose pure to log in I could go, but I don't see him as a full-time point guard though. Yeah. I don't and I don't think with with playing on the G League team with the Asian Nick's I don't I mean you could play a little bit there, but I'm guessing Nick's will have the ball off a lot more often. Yeah. I think I agree with you that he's a to Any time you saw him at the AAU level just because obviously he was so physically gifted he was essentially playing more of like a lead role even though you could say that lead role was you know him still playing off guard right? Like he is the prototypical to guard measurements the prototypical scoring guard game, but just increasingly with the way the NBA is going like those guys do handle the bolts on like even Zach LaVine his like moved into like pseudo lead guard like responsibilities, you know what I mean? Like it's kind of he kind of has that similar kind of equity, you know, you know, I'm talking about sure. I'm sure he'll be able to bring the ball up and put away and and and be a secondary complimentary guy. I don't think he's necessarily going to be coming up setting the offense it and running plays initially or right away. But as a complimentary like a PC, absolutely, yeah for sure. Let's just go to let's go to kaminga next, the G League. What's ignite? Yeah, let's let's ignite this process here with all of these three guys that took care about like I'll be honest. I'm not a big guy Sato guy. Maybe we can talk about him briefly at the end. But kaminga you have probably seen comingo more than I have. Thought. I really had to Deep dive on him before writing this 2021 mock draft. I came away thinking very real potential as a shot-creator more of a four than a 3 because of his physical stiffness, but does have that like quick second jump off, you know quickness off of the first step in the ability to play hard and rotate from the week side defensively and be very switchable defensively to where I Do by him like as a high level like small ball NBA for I also think he's going to shoot it at some point like I'm not particularly worried about the shot. It's kind of more of a set shot and he probably brings it a little bit too far back toward his head but there's nothing like so broken there that a year in the G leagues developmental program probably won't be able to fix it. Right an important to note that he was a late reclassification slash graduation, which put him in the G League system. Like I don't think he graduated til really late in the year. So he was thoughts of for a while is being in this current class now, so it's a little bit different lens that you're looking through but I agree big-time athletes. He can play multiple positions on the floor. He's a terror on the Fastbreak real tough to stop when he gets going has well-rounded offensive skill set for his age has a nice touch around the basket uses the size for the mid-range can hit short little fadeaways. I really like this first step in and kind of what you were saying about playing up the four roll. He can be either ball-handler or set like the screen center in pick-and-rolls and Pop's which which will be really valuable if he's guarding Force Em Down the other end we talked about it just a little bit earlier there. He battled some injuries in unless High School season, so I wasn't really a hundred percent. I'm hoping that we can watch him play like minded competition. And and then see how is he able to bounce back? But I've always been a fan his last summer when he was healthy and you IPL all the stuff. I watched didn't see that in person. He was as good as anybody who's had multiple college coaches say that he was the best player in the country for their money. Yeah, and it's not like a that's not a further money like payment thing just like, you know for the money it's very clear here wage is about to put down strong ass off or on Jonathan. Griego Wells my boy throwing me shade how tall do we think could Mingus? Cuz I've got Thursday, we're from like six seven two six nine. I think six eight. I've seen measurements, but I think this last mention was six foot eight. Okay, very interesting player wage, very productive plays very hard all the time to again like a lot of the guys in this class, especially once you get into like the middle part of the first round and maybe Just like my bias. He's showing in terms of how I ranked players. A lot of these guys do actually want to defend like Cade wants to defend comingo wants to defend Keon Johnson who will talk about Mom temporarily pretty good defensively Zaire. Williams didn't always defend like crazy. But when he showed it and flashed it like it was awesome. Evan Mobley wants to defend them Barnes is probably the best defender in this class. Like there. There are a lot of guys that really really really care about that end of the court and I'm excited about that aspect of this class as much as anything the defense versatility that this class is going to bring to the NB act as a offensive versatility to all the guys were kind of talk about is you want to Three Can Play some for some 5 there isn't just these like hard-lined off. It's a v it's a point guard like some drafts may have so those are runs a five maybe twelve guys get picked up 35 yet and then maybe signed free agency. I don't know what's going on. Oh my God. Shoutout Mason Plumlee getting 325 good for him good for me. Strongly play Mark bartelstein getting Mason Plumlee, 3:25 and Gordon a word for 1:20. I mean just ridiculous like that guy is that guy is a wizard Mark Barger this league. Yeah. It's incredible. Deschanel is the other guy that my top thirteen that is in the G league night program. I've only seen Nicks live once I've obviously watched a lot of tape on a m not super explosive super high level passer playmaker with real size six foot five loves as much as fifty one. Like he he goes euro-step to finish almost as much as any prospect that I think I've seen at his age. So, where are you on vacation next? A little background on division native of Alaska so shut up Mario Chalmers and treatment line that as well. He was committed to UCLA before going to G League route late. Just a big physical herky-jerky type of guard is six-foot-five Hebrews six inches the last forty years. So kind of like late-blooming into this size and one of those guys who grew up a guard and then oh crap, I'm six five. Now. I can still do the same things. Very strong offensive instincts me. He is kind of a wizard like I have the basketball live drill Pastor, which is becoming increasingly valuable. He will throw some extra money and stuff when he and dial it down plays through contact knows how to adjust rotated Defenders. He really likes and thrives in like a freewheeling open system. We can maximize his creativity and part of that's because he played in a prep school team out in Vegas. He played on Independent Grassroots team. So a lot of people frankly didn't see him and off. Fewer teach him out to Curry camp and it's just a little different because he's he was such a ball-dominant guy that deploy like a secondary role during that camp like most Camp settings. It's just a little different. You didn't get like the full days and experience but you saw how good he was as a as a pastor in a facilitator. Where would you think that you would have him right now? Cuz he he's kind of a tough one because of all the reasons that you said a guy that did not play at the high-level like on the high-level a you circuits all the time did not you know, really get seen home as much as a lot of these other elite-level prospects like a Cunningham like a jail and green like a even a key on Johnson. My guess for now would be middle of the first round with with just the disclaimer that we have to see how we he looks now playing with other guys consistently and who knows what's wrong with competition with their schedules going to look like but at least we'll get a little bit of a better read when he's playing with Jalen green and and Isaiah Todd and coming those guys. Oh, yeah. Like I really I really like them, but I'm just not I'm not all the way like, yeah lock top ten pick right now. Oh, yeah, we have to talk about Isaiah Todd. Don't we? Where are you on Isaiah Todd? So I saw first Isaiah Todd, I believe it was a sophomore in high school and he came and played in an event in California and the way he played as like this long slender four or five. I thought it was like the second coming of Chris Bosh. I was like this. This is incredible number one player in the class. Don't know we're talking about that in the middle there. I didn't really see him throughout the moves and different high schools and and on the Grassroots circuit other than on film and I know he dipped a little bit. I know people are all over the place. I think he had a little bit of a bounce back the last year. So another guy that I think the the verdict is out on him, like don't love at this point. Yeah, so I've seen him live a couple of times and what I've seen him live. He seemed like he had no idea how to make a winning basketball play. It was all about himself and all about how he can look good versus how to put other people in positions to look good and he wasn't good enough to be successful at that yet. Right maybe he gets there cuz he's like six thousand and has some athleticism inability to create shots. But like I I get the talent but very much not my kind of player. I guess I was off the last USA basketball, but the people who were raved about him did that yeah just said it was a completely different person different player. So I think that's that's also something like the the later bustan on a stock awesome that makes me feel better about where Isaiah Todd is going forward and then you've seen cassata. I assume right? Yeah. He played in panel. Finkelstein's National Press Club. Case last year, I remember sitting with with Evan Daniels and shut up and nails and not knowing the kind of buzz and the gym was like he was going pro and not to not to even bother recruiting them. But I was very impressed with you had like a lot of moves you gotta like junk in his bag where he hit the CB at the high post. He faced up pump-faking step through up and underdunk. He kind of bleh bird a little bit getting up and down the court and wasn't like the quickest reactive Athlete on these people who don't know Cuts Auto is like a seven foot home one. We want to call them something like that. Very very skinny kid out of the Philippines who is kind of a perimeter stretch big let's break. Yeah and has a huge Following over there and the expectation level. He'll be an NBA player. He's got a little bit of ways to go for me as the draft and stash guy late, maybe but I don't wage. I don't see him as a first run guy in such a loaded draft yeah how does real upside long-term depending on how the body you know continues to develop and how much stronger he can get I'm a little bit worried right now about all she could shoot us though he said yeah so as a stretch big can actually do that I'm worried more so defensively when someone pulls them the post would it be able to do with this Frame and his lower-half yeah I didn't really like his Mobility defensively either but it would be a very fun story that if I saw. Can really like figure it out and come together I would break his frame continues to get stronger to match up with the talent I would I'd be intrigued by that I would like that alot let's Let's go to Kentucky guys next because there are three of them that are getting pretty big buzz BJ Boston. I have been a big fan for a while. I thought just a very high level scoring Wing six foot seven something like a 611 wingspan very creative off the bounce loves the Inside Out dribble into crossover for a jumper loves. Just trying to get into the paint to make plays passer, but he's definitely more of a scorer right now at that size. The jump shot has been hit or miss over the course of his career. But over the last year seems to be really coming together. You also get really high level reports of his work. Ethic is well to the point where I do bet on him being a shooter at some point. It's six seven with real creativity off the bounce. What do you think about BJ Boston? And a latest Bloomer he was 510 as an eighth grader. Now, he's pushing 6 7 plus he does draw some Brandon Ingram comparison switch on the little pump the brakes just because Brandon Ingram designed to Mexico since I'm not necessarily saying he's there yet. Well and Brandon is like six foot ten almost with a 7 and 1/2. Right right. I think it's a little bit of lazy, but you'll see that flying around a little bit, Yeah. And by the way, like you're not the only person that I've heard say that that that is a like ubiquitous not ubiquitous but it's a comparison that I've heard a lot across and you'll probably continue to hear because he has long arms. He has a wiry build he knows how to create for himself to get a shot. Yep. He uses length. Well round the basket to finish his post smaller players. He is a pretty solid shooter thought it was better with his feet set than on the move and he he does a really good job of mixing up between drives and pull ups and knows how to create space and get his Defender shift a little bit underrated passer to log. I saw him who pause just looking through old stats and he had 17 points and 10 assists the last thing I watched so when he has the guys around him, he's willing to spray the ball around two Shooters. Yeah. No, I really like a Boston quite a bit. I think he's going to be I think he's going to average close 2:20 at night it Kentucky this year. I know that they have Terrence Clarke. I know that they have Olivier saw like I know that they are really really loaded with talent but he is just a different kind of dude. I think like he's a real real scorer that is polished enough to enter college basketball immediately and not really get Buckets. It's a good line. I think a little bit under but it's a good one. Yeah, maybe the maybe the line would be like 19.25% you're hedging. This is the Hedge. Yeah. I know 95 they're doing the Vegas move. Like people said something removed it already. That's right. That's what I'm doing Terrence Clarke. Next tenants Clark's up in your neck of the woods. So torturous dumbass. Yeah played a Bruce out of me. He reclassified latest to he was planning on being the class of 2021 a little bit older. I think he turns twenty in September or yeah, that could be right. There were Rumblings you could do the G League router Ergo professionally before finally deciding on Kentucky Community Kentucky. Then it was like kind of a little bit back and forth. But smooth combo to guard reattached scoring threat from all three levels. He can make jumpers on the move. He uses both hands well knows how to use hesitations and cross over to create space a little bit thin but can still power through contact around with him. Sometimes a leak out a little bit get excited to go in the break but he he in defensively a lock and trail on defense if he puts on a little bit more size. He'll be able to guard bigger two's better wage and he has trained with fellow Brewster love Donovan Mitchell. I was going to make fun of inside done a bit Mitchell. I say popcorn Donovan Donovan Mitchell. So I think he gets it. I think he gets the the work part of it. He's going to put up big numbers at Kentucky to if you can really dial into making that three consistent he's going to be a very high level score two. Yeah, his talent level is ridiculous like wage. The quickness the explosion in and out of moves like the second jump the way he gets off the floor as quickly as he does. He has some very very real tools that you can't really teach and he's also an awesome passer and I don't know what to expect with this year be gone. I don't either because he does have some he will have all these like, oh, wow moments every game like guy goes under the screen his way past the three, but he'll knock it down the next time it's a step-back fadeaway knock down and then the next time it's a step-back fadeaway that he misses by 17 feet. Yeah. It happens highs and lows but Kentucky is actually a good spot for him to me because wage he was he was one of these kids who is ranked very highly as he was younger and justifiably so I mean ended up whatever top ten consensus in his class, but yet always tell he kind of like played with that burden of being a top-10 wage. Like it was always in his head at Kentucky with more high-level guys around him and he play with Halal Guys Brewster Academy. Don't get me wrong, but he always kind of played like he was carrying like artificial him with me that one right now. Yeah, that is definitely the impression that I got. I worry about him making winning plays consistently. I would love it. I would love to see him move into like a secondary role this year as like a secondary initiator high-level Pastor playmaker dishes out like four assists a game and averages like like if his perfect year to me would be averaging like 14 and 1/2 points 4 and 1/2 this six rebounds and upping the efficiency a little bit and getting like a steel and a half a game like that. I think the classic Kentucky to guard line right off. It works out here is numbers. I know Jamal Mars like 20 points per game but like Devin Booker was on the platoon system. I feel like all those Kentucky gift cards are are right around those numbers. Yeah, like I want I want to see cuz I think you can score regardless like I'm not really worried about him scoring. I want to see him choose to do the other shit. You know what I mean? Like choose to make plays for others choose to make the winning Play song. The simply because yeah, the the way that that dude like explodes in and out of moves the way that he can break down defenses the way he sees the court like he is a genuine lack of talent. I think like no no doubt in my mind that he's a top-five talent right co-sign that definitely a top-five talent. I like this size as the two guards. He puts all these pieces together. He'll be right there at the top ten guy off. The last guy here is Isaiah Jackson. Like I said, I haven't seen him live. I've watched a lot of tape like your typical six foot ten 7 3 and 1/2 wingspan shot-blocker supermobile off big man has been my impression and you talk to people around Kentucky you talk to people that have seen him in pre-season and they're just like the students a monster like he is wage a real potential lottery pick if things really went right I've heard and read the same like you I hadn't seen him despite. He was on that. Lamelo ball team Inspire if I'm not mistaken with Jermaine Jackson's a coach. So maybe I have seen him that and just like was so annoying. Yeah, he so he was an electric athlete like you said shot-blocker dunker. I thought he was actually a way more limited than he's kind of developed. In fact, I've been surprised that people had such rave reviews and I guess he just did more than what frankly I saw on film a year ago. Yeah, like watching those. Lamelo Spire games. I would not have necessarily guests that like, oh you had him yet rocket Watts. It was it was a show. Yeah. It was a it was a distant third option. Let's go with it was a shell wage and that's fine Rochelle. Yeah interesting. Now. I'm like really thinking back to those games like while we talk and like trying doing the Beautiful Mind thing like thinking it all out a little bit, Yeah, sir. Okay, and I'm intrigued cuz like like we said the reports are outstanding out of Kentucky. I'm trying to think. Is there anyone else we need to talk about? Let's just like not. All the Kentucky guys here at once. I don't know that like I said I'm going to do a second podcast this week breaking down the returnees. So I don't know that I need to talk about like keion Brooks and Olivier. Sorry necessarily. They do have Devon asked you I've always been under the impression of Devin Askew being a 2in done guy. Yeah, multiple-year. Yeah camera on Fletcher is definitely a job done or maybe even like three and done Lance. Where is like a good potential like three and done guy? Yeah. I I really like him though. I mean I saw him. It's just a transition we want but I saw him play Evan Mobley who Paul last year and he just like eight him up, but he just You could tell he thrives under the the big moment. He's very tough went right at him like he's going to be really good college player. I don't think people are talking about him enough. I haven't talked to anyone in Kentucky. So I don't know who's translating a long way off the the reservation here, but just seeing them there. I was I was told interesting stories and be a guy but really good college guy cuz yeah like stretch for kind of guy, right? Yeah. I can't really shoot it. But he got ever tried to dunk. Everything was tough dive on the floor for loose balls or somebody wanted your team. Yeah. Okay. Let's go to Evan Mobley because off early in his high school career. He was seen as like a no-doubter kind of guy right like he is going to be in contention for the number one overall pick. I still think there's a world where he gets into contention wrong. Number two overall pick. Let's say behind Cade Cunningham his development over the last year and half though. It's just been a little bit off. Lower than what we thought like it's not like he's not continuing to grow and mature and get better. He just hasn't quite had that like exponential leap that you know, many of us off whenever we first saw him when he was like, I think I saw him when he was like fifteen years old and I was like, holy shit. This guy's going to be a stud. Oh, yeah 611 long bouncy agile. Yeah, I know. He had all the skills and you could see that the jump shot was burgeoning and developing he can put the ball on the floor with both hands, which is very rare for a big Shaq really face up and drive and then like just Palm the ball and finish with that same hand on like left-handed dunks if the Baseline like very very gifted talented kids, but still very raw and developing in terms of his game. Where are you at on Evan Mobley right now? He's an elite flashes guy. I don't show that face up stuff and he'll spin back no donk and then I'll come down and run the court like a deer and block a shot and you're like, oh man, like he's a very good strong jumper to for tip-ins or blocks. Like you said couple using both hands. He's he's like a left-hand shot-blocker similar to Andre Drummond despite not being a lefty. He's a high percentage finisher home. I just yeah, it hasn't been like a it's far from a finished product project mean need some weight. I'm waiting on like the USC weight room picture of him now being like 225 and yep idiots, but he's just not it's not there yet. I mean, he does some things at times again. I'm not trying to to say it's what he is but Garnett ish with like the dribble handoff and Mom and Pop like you see how he can do some perimeter based things and and be effective and then also she's a good kid a good student like a 4.0 in high school has the right mentality is playing a game. See whereas his brother Isaiah was McDonald's All-American. His dad's an assistant coach. So I feel like it's probably the best setting for him to develop a mature. Yeah. I'm with qaeda's number one, but he's going to put up numbers in the Pac-12. So he'll be right there in contention for top five ish. Yeah. I just hope there's not really a world where it goes like super poorly because of how wrong he is the USC. You know what I mean? I don't think I don't either and I don't know if they had workouts by birth but a point of like Andy Enfield them saying it was Interview had a Frosty and but he he said he expects him to be like one of those elite-level freshman like a Durant numbers-wise and Durant was just as good as I've ever seen remember as a freshman. So there's lofty expectations that come with being as as good as as he is as a a top-three kid throughout high school and just passing a test right away just have to continue to push toward production end of it to maybe that's it maybe like We expected too much too fast from a kid. That's seven foot tall and we always do right psycho these people it's like yeah. Well like that's us like we did this. Yeah, like he still has all of the same tools and took flashes all of the same tools that we see at every single level like he has three plays per game. We're just like, oh only he could do that and all of college basketball or off honestly in all of college basketball, but also in high school basketball when we were seeing it. Every Titans the handle just like a little bit more to like the stuff that you can do off one two, dribbles and and get the rim add-on for stop on a dime hit a fadeaway. He has that ability to yeah, he's a very very special big Prospect. So let's let's talk about the dupe guys because I think I got more pushed back. I'm where I'd Jaylen Johnson than anyone else in my entire mock draft. And again, I would emphasize take this as a watchlist more than like a tried-and-true super super locked in ranking because we just don't have that like information at the highest level yet, right. When I watch Jaylen Johnson, I really don't love the jumper at all. He's very gifted. He's six foot eight loves to get out in transition can be really really passed the ball for a kid that six-foot-eight. Like he's a genuine point forward. That is his best skill by far has really good body control stays on balance throughout everything that he does doesn't really get sped up. But I really worry about the lack of explosiveness combined with him not really being a shooter and me also offer really not liking the jump shot mechanics because it's just purely like a straight line drive jumper. Yeah a little bit push. It has like a hitch at the top and it's kind of messy. I like them as a playmaker. It's kind of like a 0.4 in the half-court to like in in him having the ball in his hands. He's better when it gets fast. And he's he's on the fast break and he makes the right reads A Lot 3 on Thursday with a serious trouble face and calls on number. She is pretty strong for his size. He just threw the contact he finished his pretty well. He plays mostly under control too. I like his combination of size and scale at 68215. The jumper isn't quite there all the way and he didn't play a full High School season. He transferred back home like middle to late end of the year another guy that I really want to see how he fits in a way to the Duke system because he played on such a loaded Grassroots team to I don't think it'll be much of an adjustment in I just foresee him having a really big role for Duke this year. Yeah. I get so like I DJ Stewart ahead of him and I think I probably overreacted. I don't know if I'd have that. Yeah. Yeah number. Where do you have the two of them 18 and 19? Bad probably a little higher. Yeah, like I probably should have Jalen at like honestly like I can't get them ahead of like Scottie Barnes for me though where it's Scotty 9 a.m. Okay. Yeah now I think that's fair again watch list. This is before we've seen anything. We're just going to be off of like it's basketball in high school basketball. Yeah, like honestly like I kind of like Caleb love more than Jack Johnson like we're just going to be real about it. So I would say maybe I should have Jalen like thirteen fourteen versus nineteen, but I don't know that there are things there that really worried me put it that way on Jalen Johnson. Yeah justifiable, but he's he's going to end up at a little bit higher than that would be my guess. Yeah, that'd probably be my guess as well a DJ Steward just super high level tough scoring guard. Yes consistent in order to getting every single game. He was ranked outside of the top one off. Like a year before and then just skyrocketed up to 2725 whatever in most Publications, he plays with a pace has a great solid basketball IQ, but he he's a page such a cop-out but he is like a winner like all that one floor for loose balls who makes winning plays he played very well on on his high school team people really high on him after USA Basketball to like the guy that he reminds me of his cock Sexton like in what way go on just in terms of the hyper level of competitiveness the very skinny like that. Yeah, like Colin off probably more attack oriented going toward the basket whereas DJ is more of like a Fearless like pull up shooter like with the polished like step back game. Whereas column was just like attack attack attack. But TJ even dozen probably have that same level of like quickness that call in half. Yeah. It's not quite like I don't necessarily see DJ Stewart is a 20 points per game NBA score or having the impact off. Collin Sexton did it is one year in college, but I get the parallels right just like a kid that plays incredibly hard despite being incredibly skinny and is just fearless and hyper hyper competitive. I probably had DJ a touch too high because these are guys that I tend to really like and I tend to get excited about and then like they don't totally work out in the way that I want them to do because of like efficiency concerns. Yeah. I always get that crap to like a guy just a sucker for a late bloomer in a good story like you are right. Well, yeah like the key is knowing where your weaknesses are like my weakness is guys that are hyper-competitive and give a fuck off. It's like I don't know that to like somebody told me that I turned into like the the quarter Bombay Mighty Ducks. Like I was a quarter inch from making it like yeah dummy or a quarter inch I'm completely missing the post and he's like rock assuage excessively told me that my car man he right but I love that so much. I love that so so much, okay. Do we want to talk about Jeremy roach and Henry Coleman at all? You probably know those guys a little bit more than me me. I do have either of those on your draft board as I don't right now for what it's worth. We probably have a few more to dive into if you just want to brush over off. Yeah. My impression was both of those guys are multi-year players. Yeah. That's what I mean. Yeah, we haven't got into the Zaire Williams segment the program yet. You have not gone into desire will kick into the program. I will yeah, let's do Zaire next we can say to see if you want some fish or Scotty. Yeah, let's do that. Let's talk about Scottie Barnes just like the everything but the jumper guy elite elite level Defender. I think he is, you know, everyone says, oh this guy can defend one through five or they really can't defend one through five. Scottie Barnes can actually defend one through five. I think which is so rare. But people that you're right people said all the time and never am I like yeah. Okay, So it's a yeah, he's a he's a he's 6-9 shooting guard. No, he's not this this kid like really can't yeah. This guy actually defends one through five six foot 872 will expand can block shots gets into passing Lanes high-level lateral quickness high-level effort high-level. Give a fuck plays with a winning mentality off just one of the better Defenders. I've evaluated at the high school level. Would you agree with that? I do I don't in Florida State. It's kind of like reprogrammed a lot of peacock. Brands with Patrick Williams going forth and averaging nine points per game of a cell another Lottery Pick and playing 11 guys. So even under the best circumstances, I don't know if his offensive numbers would be crazy and he was on that mount for a team with Katie Cunningham was fine playing his role as kind of this ultimate glue guy intangible Sky Florida State list off at six foot nine, which has gotten some uh, I don't blow back but he was always like six foot eight. And so I don't know if you really grown inch and he was considered somewhat of a point forward but Florida State listed as a point guard and he was like on that early National point guard list and people were like, okay, maybe he's a point guard. I guess. He's a very good wage. No real smoke their shade, but he's a really good pastor. He's a point forward. He's not a point. I'm sure yeah like but he can set screen to knows how to receive payment and curl off him. He's unselfish. He knows where his shoes off. Before when it does drive as big as per cell is the defensive versatility. He can guard almost any spot on the floor. He's hard to take off the floor his jumpers a little bit of a concern consistency wise when he releases from 3 just don't know what you're getting but no idea where that ball is going to go. Yeah. It's a moonshot. It's gone to here there everywhere, but definitely a home to me a long-term and be a role player. I know if people are necessarily as high on him as as I am. I don't know if he's a top-five pick but I like him as I don't know how it doesn't work for him to find an agent NBA with what he's able to do defensively. Yeah, like the role here is going to be playing him at the four of the Five Short roll into four on three settings where you can take advantage of his passing ability wage using him as a baseline cutter all of those things. I think will work. Well with Scottie Barnes if you develops the shot, which I have some concerns about I to be honest I am Surprised if Scottie Barnes shoots it at some level but if that ever comes, he's an All-Star. I think I will just straight-up say that he is so good on defense and he is such a good passer that if he is a shooter that can hit 36% from you know, 4 or 5 attempts a game. He's an All-Star. He has everything else that you're looking cover. Where do you have them now? I have a 9 cuz I don't think the jumper is ever going to come fun even more to my point. But we're talking about him at 9 as a potential All-Star. Like that's just framing how good this draft potentially could be. Yeah. This draft has a shot to be really really really ridiculously good Caleb love to I think this would close out the ACC, right, Yeah. Yeah. So Caleb love 6 3 I I think he is a lead Guard versus being a combo guard but he's definitely more of a scoring guard than he is a like, you know distribution point guard. Yeah, he lists himself as a point of car, but I always thought more of a combo because he is really a score he tries to go get his his competitor. He plays really really hard says instilled in him at a young age. And she's a guy who also came on late had a really good usab minicamp and just believe in his ability, but he like he has a chance to really climb up draft boards. I think too. Yeah, where would you like? I have him at 12 right now. I think I'm probably not a good start caring for him, right? That's okay. I mean, I'm good with with 12 right now because it's not Dislike definitely top ten guy, but it's a it's a good starting point for your stock. I buy a 12. Yeah, I think I would too just really high level quickness wage high-level pull up game like can go left right off of a ball screen and pull up behind it with ease. If you go under good step back in time everything you're looking for from a scoring guard at the lead in terms of Polish as a shooter and footwork one of those guys who watch NBA roster playing next to a bigger guard would be the ideal situation for him. Yeah, I agree with that. Okay, let's let's go to Zaire Williams now. Okay, you were talking about Zaire Williams. So I will give you I'll give you the Zaire Williams floor kind of wanted to just start with Stanford basketball. Like you have terrible Terry who first job outside the first round almost first one pic. You have Zaire Williams who ended up being kind of a a top-five kid and they signed Harrison Ingram a very good player for next year too. So they've that staffs in a really good job hitting the recruiting Trail and finish the Adam Cohen pipeline. I don't want to name specific names we can shut it down, That's good just to get Maddie. Okay, but your approve it to each others are just so laid off a small forward like a lot of these guys. He was 645 The Freshman. I was like six foot nine. He has a lot of fans among NBA Personnel following he made that you nineteen feet of team really showed off what he could do. He sat out until December was High School season because he did transfer so he didn't really get going right away as all of those guys did but I like his passing ability. He doesn't hesitate to reverse make the extra pass. He's kind of like this combo big guard small forward. He covers a lot of ground with rips through and gets to his move jumper has higher can release it takes a little bit of time to get off which I think can be sped up song but defensively knows how to use this link to block shots of the perimeter. And if the rim, he does a lot of things that has a lot of tools that people are excited about because what he was doing it 6-5 is impressive and now he's dead like 6 9 plus has even more so you think he's that big I think he's like six eight and he or six seven maybe even so 60 + 567 look at what He's listed at but she is definitely bigger 6/5. He's definitely much bigger than 645. Yeah. I actually kind of think he has shot to be like a real pull up guy. I know that you kind of mentioned that he has that like dead. Release that takes a little bit of time to load into but there's nothing broken at the top and the footwork getting into the pool up game is actually pretty good for the most part high flyer who can really get out on the break. I think that's where his passing really shows up. Best right now is out on the brake versus in the half-court seems to be a little bit more comfortable getting to the pool up game in the half-court dead. Yeah. I kind of thing doesn't answer the guy either. I mean play it at sea urchin with BJ Boston was fine sharing the spotlight too. Yeah. It's interesting like, you know, I saw a quite a few of those games and they would you know, go back and forth like sharing the lead duties like for reference. I think Zaire won the LA Times Player of the Year award and then BJ won the mister basketball in California, so like those two really did share responsibilities at a high level and both of them were very successful despite playing with one another and a loaded team. Also Sierra Club. Obviously, yeah both those guys before they transferred their when their own their own teams at Norcross or BJ. They they were whatever twenty-five Thirty point-per-game scores were able to settle in with them around but not really have a problem still making an impact on the game. Yeah, and the thing that I that really impresses me was higher is like he has a real willingness to play through contact like it's not just okay the skinny guy. I'm going to play on the perimeter. I'm going to try and get to my pull-up game like he tries to get through guys despite being God. He had to be a hundred and eighty pounds while he was at Sierra Club. I thought I just looked staying for listening at 68185 which like Sierra Canyon is probably whatever 175-180 but does have some fearlessness to his game and you can get into the lane you hope you can put on whatever fifteen wage some muscle and it transforms him a little bit more to yeah. No, I really like Zaire Williams a lot. What are you know a little bit of an NBA youngboy? Saying I don't but people think pretty highly of them. Yeah, like he's the guy that like was the edge for me of this guy would go number one in the 2020 NBA class. Like I I have him at 7. It's somewhere between five and seven games that I think would have gone number one in the 2020 class. Let's see Cade. Yes, Jalen green. Yes, BJ Boston. Yes, Yes, Keelan Johnson. I don't know if I'm number one song Mobley. I don't know. It depends if you need a big. Well, here's the question. Would you take Evan Mobley over James Wiseman? If I'm who just generally speaking, I mean they play the same project. You have to make it a value to me and I think probably shoots a little bit more. If I didn't do me a quick decision and say Moberly wage I think mobile is a bit of a quicker twitch athlete as well. I think I would take Moberly over him Zaire 7th. Okay, so that's a good Turning Point. Yeah. Yeah, Terrance Clark, by the way, I think like I turns Clark at 8. You could tell me by the end of the year that I would be convinced that Terrence Clarke would go ahead of Anthony Edwards that number one. You have a workout right? You work out from Minnesota. Yeah, one of us ten years. I think that's definitely that's a good way to put it he would have it work out to put himself into that conversation. Okay. So let's talk about Keon Johnson because I'm I'm probably out on a limb with Keon Johnson a little bit at number five right on a super limb, but it's it's higher than I've seen. Everything about Keon Johnson. I just love everything about his game. He is a Hyper Elite athlete like the explosiveness on top of explosiveness gets to wherever he wants on the court super quick switch athleticism plays really hard gives a fuck on defense like really really high level defender office. I think you can shoot a taboo. That's that's a hang up. Yeah. I know this what on them. Yeah. I know that that's where the hang-up is. And that's where some people are like. Oh, yeah. He's more of a late Lottery guy cuz he doesn't really shoot it like the craziest level. Man, I don't know I kind of think you can shoot. I'm just going to say it like you look at the mechanics. I think you can't find it fit these fine, but I don't know if he really unless I can't say we haven't seen it yet enough. So what worries you about the shooting with him like there is kind of a two motion shot down there, but it's not so egregious that it's not fixable. I don't think in the ball already goes in it like a reasonable clip when you say can pull ups He's just more. It's more of a a catch and go than like you really like thinking about it. So like that brief hesitation makes me think that like he does even think he's there yet. And if you watch a stuff, I'm like the Adidas her twenties playing it was kind of like a 3 or a dunk every play. Yeah. She didn't really have like an in-between game. That was really sold on. Yeah. I think that's a good point it off. There is not a crazy in between game. They're like he'll get to that like, you know jump stop floater game. Sometimes we're like you has to plant both feet and off and then go up to get on balance. Whereas like the guys that tend to be like very successful on floaters or the guys who can do it without like having to balance on those two feet right like think of like Trae young mom do it from any angle off of right or left foot. Ja Morant can do it off of any angle right or left foot. Tony Parker used to do it like directly off of spin moves right key on needs to log. Stop and balance and then take the floater. You're going to see a lot of you know, like the fun facts. You see about like during basketball games like oh, let's meet these guys. You'll see a lot this year that his mom was a two-time all-sec player slash burned and then like the the darker like Side Story is that he almost lost his hand on his thirteen during fireworks accident. So I'm sure we'll get that in-depth sideline reporting multiple times throughout the year off speaking of the fact that I'm okay like not talking about key on anymore. Like I'm very high on key on I think he's just a total freak Show athlete that his wage to work at the next nine teams. I'd be really good. I think yeah. Yeah, like I think they are. I would consider placing a bet on them to win the title. In fact, okay, let's be real I probably will place a bet on to win the title. You put it everything been on the top six rookies to win rookie of the year. Yeah. This is nothing but the facts that will get spouted the most on broadcasts this year, especially in regard to reschedule that they are going to play Early in the season Jalen Suggs that Gonzaga know if you know this map dual-threat quarterback prospect, he was like football or basketball he was the mr. Football in Minnesota as well as the mystery basketball in Minnesota wage. He was like, you said a dual-threat quarterback. Do you think that he plays like a quarter back on the field map any I actually on the on the field of a corn field field really not even either because you watch the stuff. You just scrambles all the place again 6-yard touchdown runs. I don't I don't know if that's necessarily a quarterback per say it's more like the Wildcats that but the stat you're also going to see is that you started. On the varsity basketball team since seventh grade and starting quarterback since ninth grade. But athletic combo he'll play a lot of Point their natural athlete very athletic more score than a true Point very good with change of pace and hesitations and pick-and-roll knows how to change the corner left hand a little tweaked. There's a stronger finish with this right as good an athlete he is you have to continue to work defensively sliding his feet not reaching it for steel sees the kids have wanted to go to steal and Duncan and run down the other end but super athlete transition usually windmill easily go between his legs. You just have to like Channel all that and Channel all those emotions into positives rather than just walking down but Gonzaga mean I think preseason number one a lot of places that roster is loaded. They're going to be really good injured in America eligible today just an embarrassment of riches for Gonzaga. So What do we think of Gonzaga with Andrew nem hard because I would imagine that they're starting backcourt. Like I don't know what they're going to do in terms of like guys starting like I would guess that name her probably does not start early in the year, right? Like they probably go bugs kispert and then to Biggs To me in Watson probably. Yeah, I mean they're loaded that's loaded. That's loaded roster. I mean, I really like to Anton Watson High School. I thought it was didn't have a great year last year, but he's kind of like one of these brakes candidates. That could be really good. Yeah. It's interesting. I really like watching coming in but I did not really liked what I saw last year and I'm kind of what I mean like wage isn't being grayed early in the season. So again, I fall for all the late-blooming got goodly good type guys. I think he was at like Gonzaga Prep to bacon. Yeah. Yeah home town kid for years. Yeah. I was like one of those guys where people thought he was super low on the recruiting rankings because early commitment seconds Agra and didn't really play a crazy AAU circuit. So like I was kind of hidden basically like didn't get the hype because no one there was no recruiting Chase and then yeah, I think he played for like John Stockton's team or something like Grassroots circuit. But like independent type events, not not whatever you IBL or three SSB. Okay, so we've gone through I think everyone in my top ten at this stage The last West Coast one I'd say maybe just cuz I think his numbers could be crazy as Josh Christopher. I don't think the numbers will be crazy because he's stuck playing next to Remy Martin Fair. But where are you? Where are you at on Josh Christopher? He's just a straight bucket get her and he's going to be on a big contributor on an Arizona State team is picked to win the Pac-12 of maybe I didn't think there were anything as much but good handle for his size. He like sizing up his band to make a move on has to be a little bit more efficient and simplified some jobs. You have to live a little bit with like the bad shots. He checks as he gets going but it is kind of a a Showtime type of player. Yeah, and honestly has like a really polished pull up game too. Just like getting into the spots that he wants he knows exactly how to get there and exactly how to knock down those shots in his very efficient mid-range guy. I would assume that he'll extend that out to 3. I have no reason to think he won't be a shooter when he wants to defend. He really defends to Yeah, yeah, very strong. Very strong legs could be a good Defender if he wants to be some of the other like wings forwards here Moses Moody kind of just at 3 a.m. The six six playing with an e or seven foot wingspan. Where are you at on Moses Moody? Really like Moses. He's another guy think NBA guys are just drawn to for his size. He is interesting story. I mean, it's not really a story but when he was younger, he was kind of hail damage router and then hit like this cold patch for a while and really dug into his defense and that bird and then his last year. It was a sugar again. So if he's able to put those two together, he's yeah, he's right there in the office late lottery mid first-round Greg Brown at Texas just like one of the craziest like highlight reels. Yeah, the quickest of quick-twitch shot-blocker runs, the full tanks can face up a little bit. I mean his high school he was able to do whatever he wanted. He he tried to play small forward a little bit too much but he plays much bigger than than six foot eight. He's going to get plenty of highlights this year moves the CCA Memphis. Yeah, Musa played on the Under Armour circle with new heights for a year or two people hail him is kind of like the one of the better shot blockers in the country still raw develop a game getting better adding more polish not a finished product yet though. We didn't mention we kind of alluded to Jaden Springer at Tennessee. I really like Jaden Springer really high-level Defender at six-foot-four pretty polished handle if I remember correctly from I think that I haven't seen Jaden since I probably didn't see him at all as a senior home. So it's probably is a junior was the last time I saw. Jadan. I remember thinking that for a very young player and I believe he's still only eighteen years old despite what I have in my mock draft here, very very polished handle along with defense. Does that line up with you? Yeah won a national championship at IMG Academy. He played on our circuit Under Armour store e v Ruby Mae's Elite was very good their battle the injury bug a little bit so was up and down but kind of like this power guard six-foot-four really imposes. Well one guy's downhill driver shot needs to be at Honda little bit a little bit more consistent but kind of like this game or type guy. He struggled a little bit at who Palm with a kid kind of him. Like I think everyone struggles a little bit, but he's going to be really good and early early can trigger a Tennessee cam Thomas at LSU. Score built wired to score was at Oak Hill Academy in score a ton of points there. I don't know necessarily if he's a one-and-done type guy but he's going to have opportunities early off anyone else that stands out to you is like wildly underrated like where is the where is the Zeke nnaji coming from this year? Where is a good question I built are coming from this year. I don't know. Well God knows right? It's like no one had Tyrell. No one had Zeke nnaji. I don't know necessarily because it is such a younger draft up top that like we covered so many guys that if you looked at like rankings, I'm like look somewhere but I like to think we've covered at least like the top twenty-five. Oh, I know we have to talk about who's you're missing the car maker? Okay Howard recur is he like he's going to be able to do I don't say whatever he wants it Howard but he's going to play multi positions. He wanted to play off on the wing or is it guard Kitty? Blakeney said, he'll play some Center Hill play some point guard. You're going to see him put up numbers and you'll read it on the bottom line. I don't know where their schedules at. Now. They're supposed to have a pretty good schedule. I don't know if the whole thing was ripped up just with with Corona, but I don't know if he was another God it was ranked pretty high the younger he's leveled off a little bit as he long as you got older the sounds weird. This is not shy at all. Like I think Howard's are pretty good fit for him. Love to yeah. I know what you mean. He needs a place that can be kind of built around him wage. Yeah, and he's able to do things that he wants to I mean when he was a be transferred to like Hillcrest Academy lately the last season where he had high school basketball, he's on a team with Michael foster home. And just going to tell like he wasn't himself and then he came to carry camp and he's really good. So it's like you just kind of hope you get the good makur. He'll probably our guests danced around to clean up afterwards, but just kind of to see what it's numbers are at Howard and how much more in Scouts are cuz he chewed a little bit he can do some stuff. I just he's not a guard. Nobody sense know he's a sinner. He's he's not even before he is a center. I mean, I'm looking now. It's like Bryce Thompson a Kansas great kid great shooter. Yeah. That's another guy want to bring up with Bryce Thompson. Yeah, just a great work ethic. It's just Dad played for Bill self at Tulsa. So it wasn't like a a huge guess that he went to Kansas. I don't know if he's necessarily a one-and-done guy off. Yeah. I really like a scoring ability. If I remember correctly. He was another guy that I really like defensively as well, right? Yeah go by in into the team concept. He's a great dog. Going to work hard. I mean one of those like folky type stories that is all shooting basketball whether it's rain sleet snow fog, whatever whatever elements they have out in Oklahoma, like he's just he wants to work on his game. He wants to get better off. Yeah. I see Walker Kessler as a multi-year guy, but probably an NBA player at some point that's it up for you co-sign that goes on Shreeve Cooper maybe going pro. I don't know where that's at. Yeah. Should we talk just a 6-foot like God, he's gotta be a hundred and fifty pounds on it and sixty pounds something like that. Yeah, but an absolute spark plug he played on that computer team with either of coral and and I said it before that I missed on a coral because I was so drawn to him because he was just simply unbelievable with the basketball. I think they're undefeated want to stay undefeated maybe one lost his junior year off and just gets wherever you want shoot from everywhere plays downhill gets the pick-and-roll finishes. Obviously the size hurts him a little bit but a very fun Watch Dog One guy that I've gotten kind of told to watch for his Dawson Garcia Marquette to is a potential one-and-done six foot ten six foot eleven stretch 4/5 type. I know some people close to them have been saying that he can play the three. I don't really see that personally but real shooter really can handle the ball to his size in a really perfect fit specifically at Marquette. Yeah pick the right place in Marquette and 610 can shoot a can stretch a little bit. I don't often seen workouts. Obviously. I don't think anyone see any stuff at Marquette but what you're able to do at that size. I don't know if you ever transitioned their work or cell just in this mode of like, how do you become a three like you just be like a game or yeah 6 for 10 to 15. Yeah. Why why are you why are you not just the for like it's okay to be a horrible for with upside. Yeah, Josh Primo. I haven't seen enough of Josh. Emo if you like he's one of those guys that has gotten hyped as a potential guy from outside of the top forty to become a one-and-done. Have you seen much of Josh Prima admittedly know I'm not going to make up a fake scar important that I haven't. Yeah, I just have to have heard good reports, but I'm not going to be like, oh, yeah. No, it's great know. Yeah that that's where I'm at. Like, I just can't like dive deep into that necessarily trying to think the the Latvian kid at Arizona to Bellis. I've heard some really good things about I've watched them play too. Like he's six foot nine has some bounce really really high level Defender, you know, it can handle the ball and transition can make some plays off again. I don't know that I saw him as a one-and-done necessarily but there's been some hyped there on him. Try another guy like at least watching course Andre curbelo who's at, Illinois. Yeah, just six foot one. But Electro style point guard multiple game-winners ball on a string sees the court laughter will passer don't know if one has done but they'll be a good team to to follow this year. Yeah, that'd be Coburn car. Returning just because they have Iota soon move who's going to handle the ball Trent Frazier like Adam Miller is going to be in the mix then it's been really good. That's a good name. Yeah. I like one. I really really like out of Miller. Yeah, he he had a game out and Vegas again like all these years blend together, but whatever his last Grassroots, he's the one where he had like eight threes in a game playing at dinos trigonis event. So he's at he's a thirty-four he's got a chance to sneak might be a little bit difficult at how loaded Illinois is but he's a guy to watch. Yeah, Illinois another team that I would consider placing a future title bet on Marcus Bagley would probably be the last guy worth bringing up here. I've heard questions as to whether or not he might have a bigger impact there than than Josh Christopher does if only because of Rome because of you know, Remy Martin taking up a ton of the shots in the backcourt. What do you think of Marcus back? Yeah and different different than his brother mean more a little bit smaller a little bit. I'd say better athletes need a bit more versatile. With Remy Martin who I somehow blanked on is like a first-team All-American. I don't know what his numbers will be but you'll see some flashes every game of like well, that's an MBA level play. Yeah, but guys you guys are kind of split on him to Thursday and then he had like a late rise as ranking for kind of coming back out. I think that dirty but like yeah, I think I value like Adam Miller wage even like a Earl Timberlake a little bit higher than that. Yeah. Let's let's talk about our old Timberlake. Like that's another guy that I just haven't seen enough of yet obviously has like all of the physical attributes that you look for outages NBA Wing, but what am I? What what should I be looking to see here from Earl Timberlake early incredibly strong rebounds. Well finish as well on the way and dunks through guys. Just a matter of working kind of plays that he wants to be more Guardian, but he's probably more he like he can't say this any any more if she does but he's probably more like a small four or five and he'd be like really really good at that but wage. Uh, there's going to be some sets where he runs some point forty type stuff because that's what he wants to do. The last guy I'll bring up is Xavier Foster as well from like way outside, but I think he's a multi-year guy at Iowa State but another guy that picked the right scheme for him because he'll really get up and down. He has a shot to shoot the ball at some point off like that's going to be a really really high level fit for him to wear down the road. It wouldn't surprise me if if we hear him talking being talked about his first round pick off me neither. He played on just like a, you know would say, okay, but just not as high level consistent competition. Yeah, so he was able to do whatever he wanted to take threes block shots, but he saw Shack in just I only saw a couple of minutes highlights here that I haven't watched full games of his stuff, but I liked him more as he slid as he got a little bit older but you're right stylistically wage. Medically, there's a place that's got a maximize the skillset. Yeah, it's a big thing is just you know, stylistically. What are we? What are we looking for here Victor right style. It's like it's like a draft we had the first draft in may actually tell you how many years like the top like 11 or 12 before there's a blue blood pic. So guys are going to different schools. I mean I know kids at okay State probably cuz of his brother a little bit and and always at USC because of his dad, but guys aren't always just going to just no brainer. Top three whatever franchise type colleges anymore. They're being more open-minded also, like I just want to talk about the fact that I think this is like the first year. I came in like the state of Pennsylvania history where the Pittsburgh side of the state probably has more Talent than the Philadelphia side of the state. So I just want to shout it out. I want to shout out. Anythin Morton young for Butler who I used to play in sports growing up trying to think. Who else is there are a few other guys, Isaiah Wilson. Who's the other one off of Warfield DJ Gordon's the kid going to Penn State? Is that right? You're rolling right now? Yeah. Yeah. They're a couple other ones trying to think. Oh, shut up Pittsburgh. Shut up his page send you her to find a way to like we've in Levante Fields every so often I get this is how you're doing it. You know, what shout out with Mansfield shout-out Julius paid shout out your own router and Chevy truck. Yeah. Oh man shot at Dante Milligan my teammate and started Pittsburgh love it. That is let's just shot out all of the late Howell and early Dixon era Pitt Panthers that I grew age. What shout-out Pam shut off Pamela's pancakes, right? Pamela's just a delight shout-out Carl krauser as well. Just just everyone else. Oh, I'm Chris Taft. Yeah Christophe. Let's let's just show them all out Sam young is too high level for the shout-out but shoutouts say I'm young, too. Oh boy. This has been Matt Penny here on the game theory podcast. Any do you have anyone that you need to shout out? Shut up. No, I'm glad College basketball's back. Hope everyone stays stays stays healthy looking forward to Gonzaga Kansas on Thanksgiving day and time you're wage earners appropriately around it. This was a heavy shout-out podcast. We shouted out shout dinner. Yeah. Yeah, we shouted out Jessi Colter or Jesse Pruitt and Adam Cohen. We shouted out all of the month early to mid-2000s Pitt Panthers. We shout it out. It's a Milligan your former college. Teammate man. Just go hard with the Brooklyn Nets shout-out. Will Wade earlier on the show dog. Who else we gotta I'm trying to think we shot out Pamela's another program was it's Barry dolphin. The first time I went I was at the the pitch em fast for The Hoop Group wage actually tracking Donovan Mitchell story. My life took em to go to Reebok him. We met we met Jon Rothstein. So I got the the best place for you Pamela's pancakes. Let me say firm of the outside fluffy on the inside dog. Or something like that news right there. Fantastic. Yeah, if you want to like back-to-back days Pamela's is like straight-up just a Pittsburgh icon. Oh, yeah. Yeah, like between that the oh Hot Dog Shoppe like in Oakland where you go after you've like been drinking at Hemingways until 2 a.m. Not that I would ever know a lot about that was the last year God. Yeah here here in Pittsburgh. I am in Pittsburgh game theory podcast from Pittsburgh. I'm sorry. I said has the game theory podcast from Pittsburgh right now. Yeah. Basically this is really what you have like the Zoom background of Pittsburgh while you're filmless Pac-Man Penny tell people where they can find you. I'm on Twitter Matt underscore Penny try to do more stuff as College season rolls in and I'm excited doing 2021 draft and looking forward to doing Maurice. We actually have some games took I'm saying bacini. We just ran through a bunch of guys in the 2021 recruiting class or in the 2021 NBA draft 2020 recruiting class that will be a part of the 2021 NBA draft. If you want to read that in more detail in writing go to the athletic and read where I have all of these guys ranked home right now as we head into the college basketball season. I will be back later this week with more because there are a bunch of guys that are returning to college basketball that are worth breaking down in painstaking detail. So Keep it locked here until next time we will talk soon. Bye.

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I Am Both Ancient and Trendy. Hes a Buddhist Monk, a Makeup Artist and an LGBTQ Activist

TIME's Top Stories

05:30 min | 7 hrs ago

I Am Both Ancient and Trendy. Hes a Buddhist Monk, a Makeup Artist and an LGBTQ Activist

"Brought to you by State Farm, like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. I am both ancient and trendy. He's a Buddhist monk, a makeup artist, and an LGBTQ activist. Kodo nishimura, Japan. By Arya Chen. Buddhist monks are typically trained to live austerely wearing plain robes and few accessories. Kodo nishimura does anything bought. He tends to his family's temple in Tokyo while working as a makeup artist and LGBTQ activist. I am both ancient and trendy. Age 32 says over Zoom from his home in the Japanese capital, wearing a Buddhist robe and just a little tinted lip balm. The day before he worked 13 hours as a makeup director for the Miss Universe, Japan finals, leading a team of 6 assistants to ensure contestants, judges and former winners all looked fabulous. His makeup career and activism landed him an appearance on Netflix's queer eye. We're in Japan in 2019, and his clients include the musical sister duo Chloe and Halle and Christina milian. In February, he is releasing his first English language book. This monk wears heels, an autobiography that weaves his personal story with Buddhist teachings. Was it always so comfortable living with both sides of himself? But he hopes that sharing his journey can help others to learn to love themselves. Though he grew up watching his parents, both monks, presiding over funerals and ancestor worship ceremonies at their 500 year old Buddhist temple, nishimuro never wanted to follow in their footsteps. He always thought Buddhist life was incompatible with his identity. At the time, he didn't see the point of chanting and shaving his head was unthinkable because he adored long hair. As a child who loved Disney princesses, it was the total opposite of what I wanted to be. And what I loved, he says. Mister mura knew from a young age that he was attracted to men, and considers himself gender gifted a term that describes someone whose gender expression goes beyond the binary, but throughout his high school years in Japan, Nisha Moro felt ashamed of his sexuality and kept to himself to avoid getting bullied by classmates. Studying at Parsons school of design in New York City allowed him to find acceptance as an LGBTQ person. His desire to fully express himself and become spiritually stronger, gave him the courage to embrace his Buddhist roots. At 24, he began monk training in Japan while traveling back and forth to the U.S. to work as a makeup artist. That same year he came out to his parents, to his surprise, his father, a Professor of Buddhist studies, told nishimura to live the life he wants. But nishimura still worried whether he could remain true to himself if he had to give up his passion for makeup and fashion to become a monk, and whether his sexuality would ever be accepted by others of his faith. A well respected master, cleared his doubts. Everybody can be equally liberated. Nishimura recalls being told. Buddhism is accepting, and it doesn't deny anybody based on their sexuality or color or ethnicity or sex, or disability. That advice helped nishimura to live confidently in both worlds. After completing training over the course of two years, he was certified as a monk in 2015. It is common for monks in Japan to take up other professions, for nishiura, he chooses to promote Buddhist teachings while empowering people through fashion and beauty. He thinks Buddhism and makeup, though seemingly contradictory, serve the same purpose. Everybody should have confidence in their existence, so I may be using different mediums, but I'm helping them to feel confident physically and mentally, he says. He is also on a mission to spread the message of equality in Buddhism. He gives talks on LGBTQ issues in hopes to inspire leaders to change laws, especially in Japan, which currently does not have any national legislation protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination. Nishimura still lives in the temple where he was born and raised, keeping it clean and performing rituals alongside his parents. When he's not jet setting around the world, doing makeup. He doesn't keep the strict routine he learns during his training, as he believes repeating the same tasks over and over again, limits his ability to grow and bring about change. The only real constant is meditation, which nishimura says helps him find balance in his mind. He usually tries to dress down and wear only minimal makeup while working at the temple, so as not to distract from his sacred duties. Even so, he is unafraid to be seen in front of a Buddha statue and colorful outfits with full makeup and sparkly earrings. I want to stretch the horizon and inspire people, he says. I can be a monk wearing heels. So you can be who you are. Here's some business inspiration for all you entrepreneurs, always deliver more than your clients expect, fall 7 times, stand up 8. Do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life. And if you're encouraged by that, wait till you hear this. State Farm has surprisingly great rates on car insurance. It's the covered you need to fit your budget. Now that's inspiring. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.

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The End of Camp Comeback

Other Big Brother

20:59 min | 2 years ago

The End of Camp Comeback

"Hey this is show the host of the other brother podcast and I'm here to talk about anchor. Did you know that anchors the easiest way that you can make a podcast it gives as you everything you need for free in one place for free again which you can do right from your phone or your computer <hes> the creation tools allow you to record and edit your podcast so it sounds great will distribute the podcast for you. It can be heard everywhere that's spotify apple podcast Google podcast and many many other places and you can easily make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. So how do you do this just download although the anchor APP or go to anchor Dot F._M.. To get started do it <music> while on this show we have the live addiction. We have the end of camera comeback. We have <hes> the camp comeback competition. There's a lot going on lease John Welcome to the other big brother podcast podcast. I'm happy to be here. It's right in early in the morning. There's a CICADAS around the sun is out this birds out and you're out happy to see what's going on all right so we have <hes> who says this. You GotTa get better right in my stuff down. You know I WANNA be here. Oh this is this is Nicole and Seattle D._R.. Moment was <hes> was very sweet. Those very very sad and also kind of show that maybe she's not really built for big brother but she was like I wanna be here because I deserve to be here but I don't want to take the game away from somebody else damn and what she said and she's like Oh canete sometimes at some point. You'RE GONNA have to take on. I think it's uses upset 'cause he's up against cliff and she likes. I think it's us up against Jacker Mickey or whoever she wouldn't care as much Nicole Toxic Chemi and she realizes in this conversation that all her allies are not in the game. Chemi is out lovie is our cliff is on the block next to her so he's like. I'm in a rough spot right now. I'M GONNA bad position so nick tells cliff that he is completely set safe in cliffs like thank goodness. I'm not ready to leave this game and the <hes> cliff maniacs wouldn't be able to take it. Oh cliff with maniacs maniacs flip a maniacs. I think <hes> cliff notes is another one to write them. People take their names you can make stuff out of <hes> Christie comes in and she starts apologizing to neck and Dibella about Oh. I'm so sorry I think I think it was my hormone may act crazy. Maybe so worried last time when I thought it was gonna get addicted crazy and I'm really sorry when she does really bonehead move really bonehead move and especially in light of things happen leader in the episode where she tells us he's like. I feel like I tell you guys that <hes> I won the activity competition and then she explains her diamond tower veto as she says she's trying to make them trust or a little bit more right but what just dumb idea. What a bad idea what a bad bad bad idea <hes> then we have committee talking to six says Jack Mickey Holly Christie analysts and Tommy and Mickey's like? I just don't trust nick every time he talks it. Just doesn't it's too perfect to perfect which is weird thing like if you have other reasons fine but you know as too nice to meet what <hes> but these guys are nice are talking about how they're the core six. He's like we had we had the eight then. We had the nine but this <music> six. This is a six that I wanna be with Antony's dislike. <hes> what we call ourselves some terrible names then they came up with the six shooters like all we can do little gun every time we win something whatever. So <hes> then it'll d._R.. Segment Mickey says <hes> Nick Bella. We are very grateful for your services but now it's time to get shot down which is just so then <hes> Christie starts really pulling pushing or falling for Nicole the STA- she's talking to like holly and <hes> I don't know who else was annelies I assume and she's in Holly Psych well so Christie's like like we gotta keep her because if you think about it we keep her. She's GonNa be going after Nick and Bella right so she's GonNa do our dirty work horace so we keep her year a cliff cliff more dangerous of authors and hollies like I really like your head space. I never heard anyone say in conversation ever <hes> but good for you. I hope you like my head space. It'll be like Assad cast their now. I've said it so they're really trying to get Nicole <hes> to go against snick Bella and then <hes> chack Tommy in Christie it together and they talked about that conversation so they're all on the same page as far as keeping Nicole to weaponize her to send her against the nick and Bella and they are and and this is capped off with a nickel Mbala in bed Mike night camera talking about how good things are going. Oh we're a little worried but nothing's seem to be working out pretty yeah well sigh of relief. Everyone's working with us for friends is good and in Bellas has the most wrong thing. I think of the episode like yeah you know I feel like I've been really nice to people this week have you. Have you really like now. His have some self awareness if you if you could just try it be announce. Maybe maybe a bit so they really feel like they're winning. They're not winning. They like a doing great job. They're not doing a great job all right. This is a bit of a smaller episode so <hes> I'm GonNa go ahead and go over to these sponsored segments right now but then we're gonNA come back. We're going to visit Camp Comeback Doc and then we're going to have a veto vote out and competition so we're gonNA heavily backload this episode right right all right. We'll see the side all right. We are back. Thank you for listening to that then. He's Spinneys Kinney's Benny's people <hes> so now have little vignettes rubbing camp comeback. We're talking to people we talked to David Nab a little package for him for he's like I'm really trying to fill relationships. Even with the people I don't trust is like I really want Mickey to like me because well I WANNA get Mickey out immediately like he seems seems to be playing a very sly game <hes> where he's involved and everything he's talking to people he's playing tricks. He's having fun <hes> and getting people like him so good on you David and lovie. It's a little bit sadder because he's like <hes> you know we know what it's like to be marginalized by society and pushed aside and pushed down and you know says being in Camp Comeback. It's where we're being ostracized kind of people. Don't WanNa talk talk to us and it's just like hey where humans were here but <hes> yeah so it's kind of so depressing he makes cookies for people <hes> he plays pool with cliff and he and cliff have very poor and good friendship which is very sweet. I do like that. <HES> KIMMY goes over. She's the only person I trust in. This house is Nicole and she's like I hate that I had to live in this house with all these people that I just can't stand for she. She does a very good the job of hiding her complete dismay at these people and then we get to see kind of really good example of her dismay and at what she has to deal with she sitting in the kitchen at the counter and Jack Jack who is one of my least favourite people that I've seen play the game ever I feel like I don't even know if that's hyperbole but he's really the worst and it's it's the fakeness it's the he goes over the top with like these hey. I'm GONNA I'm going to do something. I'M GONNA help you out a little bit Arya Jack. Are you going to help me out really thanks man. I appreciate that and then he says like okay because she I mean she's in the house. She asked to have a conversation but you so she just not aggressive or anything she's like. I guess I'm going to take this now. These like I noticed you know you're always putting your your Shaker bottle and the fridge. She's like yeah and he's like now. Alan what would happen if every single person the house put their shaker bottles in there there wouldn't be any cheetahs room exactly exactly like it is the most demeaning meaning way I've ever seen anyone speak to and most condescending like he's speaking to a child and he's so what do you think makes you so special that you could put your. She's like <hes> I opened up. I noticed there wasn't anything in there so I put my Shaker bottle and then he's like good talk. Good talk good and I did I. He's just the worst it's the most bullying bullying and it's because it's also wrapped in like Mangas like I'm saying Nice things you can hear it's nice and my voice and I was like yeah but I also read your body language. You're trying to intimidate me. I can read like between the lines like just fake phony the bully and I can't stand you <hes> and that is my speech on Jack as we don't like him. Fake Phony go away <hes> and he's the type of person to if you call them out on these things is is big and he can be me no I wouldn't I never everyone likes meet now. Just stop again. S.'s self-awareness. This game is very very very good. At showing people's lack of self felt he has not or maybe he knows exactly what he's doing kind of feel like he does which makes it to me even worse whatever so now we go to the <hes> voting out ceremony cliffs wearing a nice cowboy hat he says Howdy Howdy then he keeps a classic and everybody's Family Blah Blah Blah who who would've thought that fifty four year old man would have been this good friends with everybody and then Nicole has a weird at great great weird speech. He says wise old woman once told me to grab life by the BOOBS. Wait don't grab my boobs boobs twice but I don't know maybe later will celebrate who knows all right so it's kind of amazing then we go into the voting and it seems at Christie's little plan is happening. We get analysts for cliff Bella for Nicole <music> Jack Forklift Sam for Nicole. Okay so we're to to jess for Nicole cat for Nicole uh-huh it's now Florida too but then Dunton done Christie a Holly Mickey. Tommy and I have to wonder if they did the vote intentionally that way they set them up that way because they knew that it would cause more drama attention to ever I blind side of the year six votes to four clip leaves the house and he is the last person going into camp. Comeback Nick is not happy. He's kind of his face. You can read it these tapping the couch. It has to get up yesterday. Hug Cliff everything. You can't blow off right there but I could but <hes> yeah so. How did we get the voice over cliff day that Lovie Gimme please come outside the good of the backyard competition? It's called what path to redemption. It's one of those things we have to hold. The end of along wind be bored. You have a ball at get the ball all the way down to the end. If get six balls in the first person is six in wins or if no one gets six. It's the first Mohammed how who has the most balls in these the dude at at the end <hes> after three minutes so we're watching it. It's going fast. Cliff is built for this game evidently. It's it's almost like clips been practicing. This game is entire life and he gets four in before anyone else gets anything he I think clipped dropped one ball and then he got the next four in which is insane <hes> at which point lovie gets one Kimmy David have zero cliffs up to five and Julie says <hes> players one minutes ago and cliff <music> says out loud and kind of an amazing fashion. I don't need that long boom. Six Paul goes in. He's the winner takes. His cowboy hat on often throws so he wins nearby. You know it's very sad for <music> Ovarian Kimmy and David but the house is excited. Whatever is going to get voted out next week? We all know how this works so my opinion is. I think it'd be much more interesting game if the person who won this competition also. Also was the H. O. H.. For next week because what happens in this game is the person who wins it comes back in the house. Invariably is the next person to go out. It's almost impossible to stay. Although you know maybe not. The House is fractured. Maybe I don't know who he could get. He could get <hes> Nicole and that's about s about it so that didn't never mind. Maybe Sam maybe yes maybe cap all right so now we're starting to talk a little bit warm. We'll see and it's just I don't I don't like it when people get voted in immediately voted backout insist hopeless I and helpless and worthless but okay so he's back cliff is back camp. Come back as done which is sad for me because that was the name of the first episodes of this whole podcast welcome to camp comeback now. We're at the end of camp comeback. We still have a whole season ago. Boys <music> all right <hes> now Africa Mercer briefly come and we're out of the the stage and Julius talking to Kimmy Obi David and what a terrible look at is I mentioned it last episode and and you know that I'd read some stuff and whatever but there's there's not just subtle racism happening the house or some over racism and so you know you can't blame the whole thing on on on that for them be three going home. I but it's just a terrible I think for the show for C._V._S. and David Very diplomatic about it because he's crying and he said you know I tried all shout out to cliff. It's doing amazing. He's not supposed to make this far what he's alluding to. There is older people in the game. They used to go home first or second way. It just happens all these young people don't WanNa hang out with oldest and he's like but he beat me down. You know he'd be me down twice so go cliff and then he gets a little bit emotional and he's like I wanted this to be different. I wanted this to go farther than share and what he's obviously sang without saying is because he has said before as he wanted you know a person of color has never one big brother <music> he wanted to make it farther in the game because they always invariably end up becoming targets and it's the cool jockey white kids and they get rid of like this sold to get rid of the old people with figurative colored to get rid of the socio awkward nerdy kind of people <hes> not all the time but for the most part that's just kind of out of working and so it was just it was the sad moment I feel I know again. It was really bad. Look for the for the show <hes> there's a hard shot to look at with that in mind or you could just be like Jack by you like what they got voted out. I don't see anything proportional Norwich. <hes> excuse me Lovie says he's over more. He's just like listen. Everybody's playing a game a game in Erin world planet and it's hard but what's happening playing game and sometimes it's easy to take things personally but ultimately I just had to look at it as a game all right Elvington and <hes> came as basically. She's just like you know. I'm surprised that Nicole stayed. That's really shocking to me. <hes> Julie asked to they think is going to be the next person who they want. The rooting for basically <hes> Davis cliff always says cliff Kimmy says sand and she's like Sam and Kinney's like yeah. She's playing. He's playing a really good game. He's playing a really subtle settled game. He seems to know what's going on in the house so he's I am reform in Poland for so then lovie kind of jumps on it's like yeah Santa's good so very are we ever I three people and voted out of the house. Officially gone to Lee makes the point. You're saying tune in next week. When whoever gets voted out is actually out of the game we get a Julia? We know how the game works an N._C.. We're going to eavesdrop on the house a little bit and it's Nick. It's Kinda shook an angry but what happened what happened what happened. Whatever and I think it was Jack and Christie and somebody Tommy for San and around China and Jack is trying to like snake charmer him you know Oh you know this this this this but we couldn't really hear what was being said? He was directly trying to like shallow bowl at a head neck so and I'm sure nick is gonNA believe it to his face and then we'll go back behind closed doors and Bella and be like why.

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Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 4 Recap - 15 Minute Break

Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy | Pop Culture

17:10 min | 2 years ago

Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 4 Recap - 15 Minute Break

"My little buds told me, there was a podcast rising within the ram as master of whispers. I pride myself on having is throughout the kingdom's, I listened to the clock dodgers podcast as any wise. Men shoot. Subscribe podcast are coming. I beg you. If not for yourself than for your child. Rain is ozone. But that doesn't mean your life has to end. Does it mean your baby has to die? Deep deep message from teary, and he tried. He tried to negotiate a we know how that ended up. Welcome to the clock. Dodgers podcast. I'm your host Neal. This is the game of thrones fifteen minute break recap episode where we discussed the show of game of thrones in its final season. If you've never seen game of thrones. This is a spoiler. Turn it off. If you have seen game of thrones and you're in the middle of the show, and you're not really at the end yet turn it off. But if you are up to date with game of thrones and your phone along actively live with the rest of the world. This is a great episode before you. Because as we do we recap, we review, we discuss what's going on in game of thrones and espec-, specifically the last episode we just watched. So straight out the gate. I just figured this is the best place to start to get this out of the way. Let's talk about the Starbucks Cup. Right. Right. It's what everyone's talking about. Right. And Twitter's all, you know, a muck about it. Everyone's talking about it on the. Internet, people who don't even watch game of thrones. You're talking about it. This is a glory, a glorious moment. For those who slander game of thrones. You, you have a moment, and you've run with it, congratulations. Congratulations for your moment. I highly doubt. You're listening to this. If you're one of those people, unless you're hate. Listen. I appreciate the download but let let's get Starbucks out the way. Watching the show. I didn't even notice the Starbucks Cup. So let's just be clear about that. I did not notice, the Starbucks Cup. Nobody watching the show noticed the Starbucks come. So while you were finding this moment of glory for you. Nobody noticed it. Detectives already. Those little savages, are the ones who seen it. They're the ones who caught it on some replay, watching it, and hyper slow MO doom, whatever they do again. They're savages. I respect. I respect their game a lot. Right. Is a great place. They're the ones who caught it. They're the ones who made this a thing. But in reality, the Starbucks Cup didn't affect the show. It obviously turned into a lot of great advertising for the show because everyone talked about it again. I know it's hard for some people to understand, but even the negative publicity is good publicity in this case, especially in this case. And of course, star books y'all bought out off of that. I gotta give ya credit. I that Starbucks deserves credit for really good flip here. Starbucks actually came out at a drink called the dragon drink after this happened so stood up credit to Starbucks. I cannot deny the and who knew I have no problem with there being a Starbucks in west rose. Come on, guys, I got no problem with it. I got no problem with it, but I have zero interest in, in a that allow time on that on that discussion. And I mean, we all know if you watch enough TV and enough movies that. There's errors like this or things you miss or whatever you wanna call it and everything, especially when you do a show or a movie, that's dated, like, EMA thrones, where it's supposed to be back in the day, or in a time that, you know, technically doesn't really exist. I mean, hell if we're believing in dragons, and we're believing in white walkers, and we're believing in giants and we're believing in all this other stuff. Why can't we believe in a fucking coffee Cup on table? Come on. Come on, guys. I'm not worried about it. Second point. I wanted to open up with is the extra critical judgment of the show, right? Some would call it hate. I seed in articles. I see it on Twitter here and on podcast. Now. Let's be, let's be real second. If you watch game of thrones from day one, you have the right to knock a bad episode. I have no issue with that. I also have no issue with you, not gonna season of each show. Any again, any avid, watcher of TV shows and movies. They plenty of criticism. That's what people do. Right. That's we'll do people love to be negative on top of that people love to have be skeptics people love to question things. People love to challenge things people like to look for that kind of shit. So I get it right. I get you to be. You guys want to be tough and stern on, on your views of the stuff. But never lose sight of the fact that the bar that this show is set for you. Remember the emotions, our show is pulled out of you the story lines. You've been hooked to any fan like I said of any show remembers a slow episode. There's always slow episode. There's always episodes that you feel are, are just gearing you up for something else, or just building you up. So I get it. I get. I'm cool with it. I had no problem with that, just, you know to, to, to be overly critical and act like the show is trash, all of a sudden, those people that I think are corny, I think, as we I think it has lame ship, you must have been the show in a day or two. And now you know, you're all caught up and you and your catching the last season because anyone who's been, you know, invested in it, this long to really come up with that kind of slander makes no sense to me. So that, that that's corneas week ship. Oh, it's cool. You want to be a Debbie Downer. Do what you gotta do just know that. Especially for those who aren't fans again of game of thrones. A lot of my, my energy is aimed at those people because there's people right now, who don't even watch him with owns right? Or they watch it just the hate on it. You know who you are? There are people who listen to podcast is the hate on them. There's people who watch things on YouTube just a hate on it. Y'all are out there in high numbers. It's kind of weird, but y'all are out there for those people who decided not them in negative stuff to say just no, they game of thrones on his worst day is better than any show or your favorite TV show on its best day, just know that now right now onto the episode because I'm wasting too much time with John. We only got fifty minutes. Is clear from this episode. They wanted us understand everybody loves John snow, while everybody's not too. Sure about the nearest anymore. Right. And I mean, that's fair even deniro's herself is kind of funny. She having like an ice occur. You moment where she seems a little insecure about, you know, not getting enough love in the moment while she's watching her guy over there. You know, getting tons of right if John John snow wasn't today. His DMZ begin slid into and deniro's feels like you know, I'm not getting enough. Love out here, like grow calm down calm down every Queen can have her moment. So she had her little moment on this episode. They're trying to obviously build up some different ideas theories storylines in your head with how she's acting in everyone's acting around her about her. So I I like that. I'm enjoying I enjoyed that in the episode, but I but I understand, you know, she's just having a bad day. Probably right. We all have bad days, of course, in this episode Searcy reminded us a why she is. Everyone's most hated the end, she's kind of villain where some people respected, though, we're, you know, she's doing this pretty good, right? Like we gotta respect what she's doing. We, we may not agree with how she handled things. But we respect it right like she, she's she is being that evil person to one hundred right? Like we know it. So our Petema sandy, you know, you deserve to get your head knocked off the block like that. But you know it happens. It happens, right? It happens. It happens. Man. We, we, we, we love you to three thousand. I do get with, you know, with the narratives the way they're trying to play her right now with, you know, seeing her be insecure about her place, seeing people in the background whispering about her and challenge, whether she is fit for the position then killing her best friend, right, her right, hand woman. They're trying to build up the mad Queen idea. Right. The mad Queen the mad Queen theory dumped on down. Yeah, they're doing that. So whether you buy that or not is up to you. But that's what obviously, they're trying to build up. And, you know, kind of, you know, trying to get you try to plan to seed in your brain a little bit something that some people felt was cringe-worthy during the episode was Brennan, Jamie Lancaster, what was this? Well, it was this for me, personally, I'd rather my giant milk, drinking buddy, have had the chance at that. But for some reason they put Jamie in that spot. I don't know what the, the dynamic the reason for that was especially just to have him hitting quit it. He JV stood out smashed. And trashed he was like, yeah, I gotta go back. It was last as C he gave her like one night, just do really pulled a one night stand. What brand crazy? But yeah, it was a little the celebration part was a little weird when everybody but some weird dialogue in there and everything. But I'm with I'm with everybody was super happy because they just saved the world, right? That's, that's the part, we can't remember heads around like save the world. Then there might need is washed thousands of people die fighting dead things. And the world is saved. So excuse everybody, if they were a little a little off their game that night. We found out that Arya ain't about that. I just if the world life Shane trying to celebrate that shit. She was like out there shooting arrows and stuff. Still, like a savage and Shaw, so ain't about that, a layup like a lady life. I'm just chill and relax. I'm a lady. Dumais that offer. And she was a good man. That's not the it's not what I that's not how I live. I do this. They man. It's never been my style. There've been my style this guy happy. He got promoted like a guy that job. You know, you're in your office and Bill over here. Just got his promotion and Bill runs over you, like, hey, buddy. I just gonna promotion they moved me into my own office. Wanna come celebrate with me tonight. You like now man, I'm not really like you got promoted, I really don't care about this place. I'm just here because it's my job. I get paid. My bills, bro. Arya was like, nah, I'm not having this man. It was good stuff, though. It was pretty funny. I do like that. She left off with the hound at the end like kind of like. A. Yeah. We both got shit to do besides his party and stuff. He wasn't trying to hit no girls out there. He wasn't trying to get no action. She wasn't trying to be. No, lady and lay up in some place, fancy after her other. Her man got promoted. So there's no better dynamic duo than those two psycho. So I I'm not more interested than in any role, most more than those two what they're out to do so they brought to get cracking while everybody else is also RIP to the dragon bro, he died as a way to even if this battle, I get it, right. Like if you just give an heiress everything she has and all these all of our favorite characters on her side. They had to kind of even up the game for her and Sarah city, so you have to take Jamie from her to take a drag in from her. John has to leave his wolf behind, you know, you have to kinda even his game up a little bit or it's not, you know, some people like, oh, I don't like how this works. I don't like how that work here, but it kind of had to happen. Otherwise you weren't. You wouldn't believe the final battle either and the. Final battle is more important than these details. Right now, look at the big picture, look at the big picture. See see see it through see it through the end. Don't look right now on the small pitcher. Why are they doing this while they doing that? Think about it in the grand scheme of things is she goes in with everything on her side that we love in dear. We're not going to believe. Seriously has a chance of fighting back so they have to take some of that, while it was done. Maybe quick, maybe you know they had they had to do some things quicker than you would like there's only two episodes left, folks. I don't know what else you often these people, there's only two episodes left. They actually have to end this thing. I know I hope you understand that they had to end this thing then, so, yes, some things are going to seem a little rushed. Some things are going to seem a little rush. Man. They have to close left and shitload a story to close out. So, unfortunately, were the victim of that sometimes which leads me to HBO and the writers, the directors. I really hope this ends. Well, my biggest concern is how they show ends and my end. I mean, the final episode how they close it out. You know because we all know that. The end in at least for me is as important as the beginning that hooked me into the show in the first place like that beginning in that opening scene that opened in episode has to be would that pulls. You win. It makes you wanna see it for the next three years, five years. Eight years, whatever it is. And the end is kind of the payoff. If you don't wrap this thing up, but a nice little bow, and send it out the door, then everything you, you kind of leave a little bitter. I was like that kind of lost. There's, there's shows like that. And then their shows that end great. Especially I haven't even seen stuff like breaking bad. But people say at any great. So I'm looking forward to catching this season that that show. So hopefully game with throws does is right. I trust. Everyone who's a part of making game with what's happened that they will not disappoint in this regard. But I do hope that, you know they're able to pull it off. And again, I'm going to be the believer in the part that if things seemed rushed at times if plot seems forced ahead if things happen, a little quicker than you'd imagine, I had to believe is for the big pitcher for the end goal for the end goal. That's how that's how I'm looking at this, and I'm not the critical again, I discussed this on past episodes and in previous conversations and not just with game with rooms with everything in life. I'm not the predictor kind of guy where I'm like, oh, why just having a was it happened? Oh, this, this show sucks right now. All I'm watching it, some of them I had to sit back and enjoy a watch show about fucking dragons, and white. Walkers. I don't care about a coffee Cup or if something moves a little fast or how did they get there so fast. I don't care about that. I'm trying to enjoy my life. Man. If I already bought into the dragons, and the white walkers, I believe that people get somewhere faster than they do normally I'm all right with it. I'm trying to enjoy something man and trying to enjoy. Not breaking down and make him miserable. For those who have done nothing but slander the final season a game of thrones you clearly are team Sirsi, because you lack the loyalty required to be on the side of good and are those who will break the wheel. Now, you guys know like to end these episodes of some favorite tweets. I'm a hit those really quick before we go because we gotta go time at time is running out here from Ricky Valero underscore now that I am deep into season. Seven GT I will say that no show on TV has a better job with character. Arcs in this one, the arc of aria and seriously had been mind blow in. That's, that's one of my favorite tweets of the week for this show. David Murphy MMA. He was not as happy with the show rushed and filled it ridiculous moments. They have gone completely away from logical plot progression descended into a few Schalken moments per episode since George are Martin stopped, working with them on the show, and the book material ran out, fun to watch not nearly what it should be. That's one of the doubters again. I respect you guys. I'm sharing your, your thoughts on here. My guy three camp. S. R. E. E. K. A. N. T. H. R. E. D Y N on Twitter. I have enjoyed it. John takes thrown Danny as his Queen grey worm kills moun-. Aria kills Thursay Yara kills your on pre Chemin. Appreciate your thoughts. There's a few others. I'm trying to think Tom ahead here that I had before we go. This is the fifteen minute break, but we're running over fifteen minutes. It's just happens. Sometimes sometimes, you know, plays out that way. I'm trying to think there was any really impactful ones. I wanted to hit shots everybody who, who, again has been, you know, carrying on conversations with me and discussing the show. I love y'all man. We're going to have some guests on the last two episodes, more than likely, or maybe just the finale episode because there's a few guys, I talked to, you know, weekly about the show and a really enjoy their passion for it. So I want, you know, chop it up with them, as we end this thing out, but shots, everybody who's been listening. I love y'all catchall next week as always be kind be great. Keep dodging.

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#EERS S9 Ep66: President v Press

The Erick Erickson Show

2:01:09 hr | 1 year ago

#EERS S9 Ep66: President v Press

"Good morning to you how are you? It is Eric's in my goodness gracious. Did you see the press conference yesterday? Holy cow you know. I could do three hours a day every day. This is our running joke here at the eareckson show. I could do three hours a day every day. Seven days a week. Three hundred sixty five days a year and just make it about the president of the press in particular. The press is bad behavior. The the the president knows how to get under their skin in ways. I don't know that any president has ever done A. It was obvious yesterday what was going to happen. When the president got into his press conference and began to go after the media and the media coverage of his administration in large part the reason the president did what he did is because of a priorities. Usa Ad that is running in places like Michigan where they blamed the president for all. The deaths of the president has blood on. His hands is essentially Runny there's a it's a black screen with the of the daily death rate of couvert ninety or the daily contractionary wrong outta there. And it shows the number of people in the United States to have contracted Cova nineteen going up up up of a plane over the president's audio that There's nothing to worry about. The president has been in charge and the viruses going to spread. Well the president had enough of yesterday in addition to Sui name a TV station Wisconsin. That's running that ad from breweries. Usa The president decided to start his press conference yesterday with a video montage. I'm going to play it for you now if you missed it concerned right now with the flu virus. They're hearing a lot of news about it right now but the reality is comparing it to the flu. For example it's not even close to being a stage. What if it is worse? I is this moment where maybe countries put politics aside a little bit of pride aside and do we have. Us officials should US professional such as yourself get involved. How WORRIED SHOULD AMERICANS BE ABOUT CORONA VIRUS? A major United States. We've asked him to accelerate whatever they're doing in terms of a vaccine we will be suspending all travel from Europe to the United States for the next thirty days to unleash the full power of the federal government of the suffer today. I am officially declaring a national emergency. Medicare patients can now visit any doctor by phone video conference at no additional cost. The first one million masks will be available immediately as there were more cases and it was clear that it was spreading out of China where it originated. The president took this move that he was widely criticized for by Democrats and even some Republicans at the time. Which was he halted a number of flights from China into the US. The idea was to halt the spread of the disease. Keep transmissions to a minimum. He was accused of Santa Phobia. He was accused of making racist. Move at the end of the day. It was probably effective because it did actually take a pretty aggressive measure against the spread of the virus. Whose team is on it. They've been responsive late at night early in the morning And they've Those far been doing everything that they can do. And I want to say thank you and I want to say that I appreciate it. He returns calls reaches out He's been proactive We got that mercy ship down here in Los Angeles that was directly because he sent it down here. Two thousand Medical units came to the State of California these. Fms These these field medical stations And that's been very very helpful at the president has been outstanding Through all this the vice president's been outstanding members of the Cronin Virus Task Force Very Responsive. We get asked if we could have. New Jersey could have access to a piece of the beds that are on the US and s comfort in the president came back. Call the short few minutes before I walked in here to say it did. They would grant that to New Jersey. So that's a big step for us. In addition to all the other capacity that news literally literally hot off the press and I thank the President and Vice President Gore on the call together. President trump approved Arizona's requested for presidential major disaster declaration. I want to thank the president for a quick turnaround. We requested this on a Wednesday and we had approval by Saturday morning and we are grateful to the administration for their continued support and responsiveness. Well first of all I want to thank the president the vice president for doing a really good job of communicating with all the governor. That was what the president started his press conference with yesterday and it led to an unbelievable meltdown By the media in fact I want to play you now. This is one of the reporters at that press conference and her exchange with President. This is Let me find her name. I WANNA do justice to this because this was an absolutely unhinged shouting match with the president it was Paula Reid from CBS News. Trying to grandstand As the president was answering questions in the press room and CNN's running a crayons on its screen talked about the president's blame game begins. The president tries to rewrite history. All of these things we yes. We got to spend time here this morning. Lots audio get you through what happened yesterday. Hurry argument is that you bought yourself some time to prepare. Hospitals didn't use it to ramp up testing ratio. Show wanting to so disgraceful disgraceful. The way you said let me just listen. I just went. I just wanted to over the unprecedented crisis. Nobody thought we should do it. And when I did it look at the time that you bought that. Now we did. What do you do? What do you do when have no case in the whole United States when you you you reported zero cases zero deaths on January seventy January? I said in journey north on January thirty Taliban lot lot and in fact we'll give you a list what we did. In fact part of it was up there. We did a lot. You know you're a fake. You know the whole network the way you covered is fake and most of and not all of you but the people are wise to you. That's why you have a lower lower approval rating than you've ever had before times probably three through when you asked me that question out. Let me ask you this. Why didn't Biden? Why didn't why did Biden Apologize? Why did he write a letter of apology care? Oh that's very important in Hawaii. Did the Democrats think that I acted too quickly? You know why because. They really thought that they acted too quickly. He's right we have done a great job now I could have. I could've kept it open and I could have done what some countries are doing. They're getting beat up pretty badly. I could've kept it open. I thought of keeping it open because nobody's ever heard of closing down a country let alone the United States of America. But if I would have done that we would have had hundreds of thousands of people that would right. Now be dead. We've done this right and we we really. We really have done this right. The problem is the press doesn't cover it the way. It should be what I mean. It was open warfare between and listen. There's always contentious between the president and the press there's always contentions. They're always claims that there are always attacks yesterday. A took it to a new level between the president and the White House press corps. They were yelling at each other. It was combative Brian Stelter on. Cnn had an absolute crying. Meltdown FIT Let me see if I can find this. I did not get Charlie to to cut this up because he had to listen to so much of that stuff. I didn't even have to listen to this and I didn't want him to have to listen to this Because he probably will. It was good for his soul that he did not have to listen to this meltdown But I listened to it and now I want utilise to do it. Because you'll laugh at me. It is junior unle silly to here but this is the the CNN media guy. The reliable sources anchor. Brian stelter. I've been on his show he just. He can't handle the president attacking the press. People asking questions so seems to prefer these small fights with the press instead of focusing on the virus and that anti media propaganda video as an example. He started this briefing with that anti media propaganda video which is nothing. Short of disgraceful. Shows US where he's coming from. He's focused on the past. He wasn't talking as much about the president or the future. Okay I gotTA stop there. I because because I'm ridiculing Brian Stiller and I've always had a cordial relationship with the guy but he the president has broken him like so many in the press. He's a very nice guy who really hates that. The president is calling out the press. I it just listen kind of twist. This is is. This is all about the. What's the argument. Been over what? What is the argument? Been over for the last week. Several weeks now is the president. Didn't do enough back win. The president did not do enough back in the day. The president didn't do enough and so the president sought to respond to that criticism. Anelle look at how the shift is here. He's not talking about the president. He's not talking about the virus. He started about the media tax about the past well of course because the media has been attacking him about the best. Yeah finally later in the briefing eventually got around to talking about the government's response the virus and what's happening now. But he was so focused on the past air and I found myself thinking about the people in hospital wards who. They don't WanNa talk about the past about right now. They need help right now for. The president is not showing empathy for those people. He is not showing compassion for the families that have lost loved instead. He's trying to play small ball. He's trying to fight against the media because that works for him. Culture war fights worked for him. He knows how to do those. He's really good at those but I think we have to keep focusing on the questions. He's not answering about the lack of testing the lack of a plan to get us out of this mess. That's what he doesn't WanNa talk about. And so he attacks the media instead he doesn't want to talk about these things. I mean you know. Here's the thing you know I have I. I'm I'm I've been a critic of this president's I didn't vote for him in two thousand sixteen and vote for him in two thousand twenty. We we have a cordial relationship. What what is what is staggering to me would just eat. It really does it. It blows my mind is that it is abundantly obvious to me and to every single one of you why the president is doing what he's doing it abundantly obvious to all of us and yet it is not obvious to the media. The president is having a hard time nine steering the new cycle away from Kovic nineteen. This is the first new cycle. Since he's been president that lasted for more than a week. In fact this new cycle has lasted for more than a month. The president has not yet founded within his unique super powers to be able to steer the conversation and the way he wants to go and so the president has hit on a new strategy. He's gleaned to steer the media away from those things the media might like to cover into the areas that make the media look bad because the president can then control the narrative about Cova nineteen so long as the medium makes it about themselves because if there's one thing Americans hate more than government incompetence is they hate people obsessed with themselves the whole idea for example there there's this phenomenon now online. The people dragging celebrities who dare to show off their lavish lifestyle. Right now in an of Corinth Dean there. Some Reality Star who supposedly got trapped at the Bahamas who is live streaming her workouts every day. She had to stop because the horde of angry people on social media came after her because she was making it all about herself and how awesome she was. The media loves out HOW AWESOME THEY ARE. They refused to ever talk about. They're great screw ups they have no introspection no self control and no self reflection and when the president is able to draw that out it turns the American public on the media. Not The president and the media falls for it ritualistically religiously every time. The president is able to get the media to go down this road. The President Winds and yesterday the President One because the media could not contain themselves. They could not help themselves. They had to make it about themselves. The president of the United States of America is the most unpopular president to run for re election since Jimmy Carter. That is a fact he is aided by an American press corps that is hated more than him birding bags of dog poop on front stoops rate higher with the American public than the American press corps and the president has a unique way of drawing that animosity towards the press out in the public. Any did so yesterday with the press conference. He played beautifully. He played it masterfully. Dare I say he controlled the room and the press doesn't even realize it. They can't help themselves. I just I what what? Flabbergasted me to a degree is that it's abundantly obvious to you and it's obvious to me. It is abundantly obvious to virtually everyone out there except the members of the media. Who just can't help themselves. And they feel obligated to push back on this president and when you have less popularity than flaming bag of dog poop on a front stoop. There's no way that you can push back credibly and have people feel in any since sympathetic towards your position. The phone number here. I suppose I should be given out the phone number. I didn't do that to start the show. I'm sorry if you'd like to call in eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five is the full number happy to have you joining me today. We gotta play some more from this press conference because man it was it was just. It was a weird one. It was a whacked out one I was I was impressed Here's the governor. The president talking about talking to the governor just said you said when someone is president of the United States their authority is total. Dot is not true. Who you know. We're going to write up papers on this. It's not going to be necessary because the governors need us one way or the other because ultimately it comes with the federal government that being said. We're getting along very well with the governors and I feel very certain that there won't be a problem. Yeah Plays Governor of New Authority to decide when their state? Because you know why. Because I don't have to go ahead. So the president said yesterday that he's got total authority that he will be the one to reopen the country. Which of course isn't true in. And even the president's supporters were pushing back. Actually Mr President can I can already predict for you. The next montage from the President. It was only about three weeks ago. That Don Lemon on CNN and a number of the talking heads on MSNBC and others were saying why hasn't the president done a nationwide shelter? Place why is it? They're a nationwide shelter place. Why haven't they done nationwide shelter in place in the answer is the president of the United States does not have the power to order a nationwide shelter in place? He doesn't and now the very same members of the press who insisted the president should order a nationwide shelter in place. Are Now say you can't do that. You can't in the whole country back. You're not allowed to send the country back. You don't have that power Mr President and by the way It's fascinating to me whereas hang on a second I got. I got a message last night from a friend of mine who pointed out that in this sudden embraced the federalism by an American media. That was perfectly happy to have a Barack Obama. Do anything he wanted to do and say anything. He wanted to say Yeah the the the the media is now this is NBC News. This is their headline under the Constitution Powers. Not specifically granted to the president including the police. Power are reserved for the states that that's NBC News. No no actually. It's the powers not granted to the federal government. Not just the president but to the federal government are reserved to the states. I it's who wrote this w-what idiot wrote this Dr To Neuro Clark. I don't know who Dr Neuro Clark is. doctored or cork eight political reporter for NBC. News This entire thing. The headline trump uses corona bribe virus breathing to air his grievances. It was festivus. He forgot to celebrate festivus. And that's all it was was festivals. I thought we were supposed to celebrate festivus. Clearly the reporters have not Have not watched seinfeld enough. It was on it. How can NBC News Run? This headline without making festivus. Reference trump uses grow virus breathing to air his grievances. Now we get down to the bottom when pushed repeatedly by CNN reporter on the source for his claim that he has total authority he refused to end. Sir Question Enough. He said before returned to before turning to other reporters seriously. I mean I. There's no festivus reverence. And then they get the constitution wrong. I mean the president got it wrong. Yes but they got it wrong as well. Come on. People come on do better. This is why the president can do what he's doing because the media cannot help us as an Richard you say about George H W Bush back in the day the old governor of Texas. He can't help himself. He came himself the Medicaid hip itself. Oh come on people at least give me a Seinfeld reference. Nbc This is just pathetic. Now we gotta get into a doctor out. She said and the quest to fire. Dr Vouch -I when we come back. Hello there how are you? My voice nearly cracked in. It's been years since I went through your allergies. Every time I started to call for a cease go my gosh. I've got the viruses. No I I was at the grocery store had to had to go to public yesterday and I I. I needed to cough. I just had blah in my throat. He just allergy season and I thought what am I GONNA do? Where am I? I can't go to the bathroom? I'd have to touch your door handle where it what am I gonNA do? I just I had to try to discreetly. Just cough into my arm did into my arm I just I just. I could feel people. Judging me up he's going to make us all die. He is death. No no just. It's allergies okay. People are really sensitive you know at fresh markets. Starting today in fact I'll show you on on on on the live cam on the livestream. My my my wife made my mask for me so I could actually do this program with this mask on. Sept. I'm not going to. I want you to hear the dulcet tones of my voice. Now let's go to David and Dexter David. Welcome Good Morning. I appreciate it. Mega does thank I. I know you are I know you're never trumper but get you back on Filling in for rush. Well look I don't know that I can now that I'm doing the show syndicated. He and I are good friends And I would love to but since the show syndicated. I don't know that it's possible although I I you know I have told him. It's only in Georgia. I'm still happy to fill in. Yeah well I just wanted to get to my really. Just get your comments on this This Kovin mass that We're looking at every day. You know if you if you go to the CDC Dot Gov look at the flu analysis you know over the past three years between thirty and sixty thousand people died in the US You know as of this morning about twenty one thousand s from Tova I mean what would the numbers be for the flu if we implemented just a little bit of what we're doing now I eat less. I'm glad you brought those point of and I don't mean to put jobs pod David but it is becoming a little bit of a pet peeve of mine For a couple of reasons let let me see if I can explain my my perspective on this. Feel free to disagree with me. I know a lot of people do In New York City this week Already were only at Tuesday and this week in New York City. I shouldn't say this week. I I should say Friday through to Monday so Friday Saturday Sunday Monday. That's four days in four days this week. More people have died in New York City and four days from Cova nineteen than died last year. Total from the flu in New York City That that that's my perspective on it And we should hear that story coming out later today. I would assume in the media when you when you go to the CDC or you actually go to the New York Department of Public Health and they can break it down by regions of the state and you look at New York City More people have died in four days this week from cove in nineteen in New York City than died from the flu in the two thousand eighteen thousand nineteen flu period Totally at twenty two thousand some odd deaths in the country in two months from Cova nineteen in the flu last year killed thirty. Four thousand two hundred. Twenty one people total nationwide. So yeah I I see what part of the problem here I think is that everyone said this is flu. Like and and so people sumo. This is a type of flu and it's it's not it's actually completely different virus strain and we don't have any natural immunity to it. What's striking to me is that Thirty four thousand people died from the flu last year and there was a vaccine and over. Fifty percent of the people who died from the flu last year. Did Not get the vaccine which to me is striking and I realize there's vaccine skepticism out there from people and so but when more than half of the people die of. The flu didn't get the vaccine for the flu suggests to me that there is there's a level of prevention. They could have done. That would have actually dropped pretty significantly. Now that's different from covert nineteen because covert nineteen. There's no vaccine so we've got an slightly less than a week in New York City. Four days Four of a seven day week period. We've got more people die in New York City than died of the flu last year. That that tells me one that this is worse than the flu. That more than half the people who died of the flu last year in this country thirty four thousand two hundred could have gotten a vaccine chose not to also tells me there's there's a problem there With with people not taking care of themselves and then there's the last issue of this actually isn't a flu and I tried to be clear with people but but people have a hard time understanding because when you hear everyone says it has flu like symptoms. Everyone says it's like getting the flu. The mild cases are like getting the flu etc etc etc tend to process that as will. This is the flu or this is a type of flu. But it's not actually a type of fluids not actually the flu. It's a completely separate virus. It is a it is a completely separate like for example. Let me let me give you. H One n one this is. This is the the most common comparison h. One in one was a global pandemic in the early part of the Obama Administration and sixty some odd thousand people got it and died. That is the That's the comparison. A lot of people use Bill Bennett yesterday on Fox News. Used the sixty thousand people die of the flu and what he was actually talking about. It's h one in one sixty thousand people died H. one in one but h one in one is a type of flu. It is an influenza an influenza virus and because we have had influenza around the world for more than one hundred years single person listening to this program right now has a level of built up immunity to it so your body has an easier chance of fighting all. It was still bad. It was still bad. Sixty thousand normally thirty to forty thousand people die. We had over sixty thousand people died of h one in one but it was still a type of flu. Most people's bodies could handle it. A you know the way. The flu vaccine works as they put in a bunch of different strains to build up your immunity and they miss a strain. And that's typically when people get the shot and then get the flu. They either get a mild case of the flu word. They get one of the strange that was in the flu. That have wife last year. She had she got the flu shot and she's still got the flu and it was one of the strains they suspect that wasn't actually in the flu shot and it was a bad case of the flu and she wound up having to go to the hospital giving her underlying conditions. Well h within one was bad because it wasn't in the flu vaccine so you didn't have any immunity to it except because it was a flu. Your body nuke sort of how to respond to it. This is a completely separate different virus. It is not an influenza virus. It is a different virus and as a result nobody who gets? This virus has any level of immunity. Your body doesn't know what to do this virus and in fact that's one reason. Twenty percent of people hospitalized and three percent of people die is because your body doesn't know how to respond to this virus so what's your body essentially does is it. Mass produces white blood cells and throws them into your lungs and throwing them into your lungs causes lung damage. And then that lung damage magnifies and amplifies the damage from cove in one thousand nine. Leaving those who do survive who've gotten to this point where the body goes into all out warfare leaves them with long-term permanent damage. So it's not the flu. It's not an influenza E- e- The symptoms present like the flu. But that doesn't mean it is the flu and we got to be careful with the comparisons. Because I see a lot of people say it is just like the floor Bill Bennett. Saying you know sixty thousand people die of the flu will actually last year. It was thirty. Four thousand two hundred one people died of the flu. We're already close to twenty three thousand people in two months of this by the way the flu season when people say thirty four thousand. Two hundred twenty. One people died of the flu last year. That's October two thousand eighteen to March of two thousand nineteen th six-month flu season here. We've got two months and we're at twenty three thousand so we will have more people die this year from that and on top of that were sheltered in place. So we're all sheltered in place. Were not going anywhere and we still got twenty three thousand people dead already. In two months that suggests this is way more aggressive Than your standard flew jake and making you're gonNA be next welcome. Hey Hey Eric thank you very much just wanted to comment on your show on Friday. It was fabulous on Good Friday. And I thank you for that but also two quick points and I've been reading up on a lot of stuff the research. I'm not a doctor. I'm not a scientist but I go back and ask you. Did you stay at a Holiday Inn Express though sorry to ask but anyway looking at the SARS the numbers and the h one n one and then now this this this virus you go back and you and you in the research says how true is but the you know? The Corona Virus Has Different off shoots of that in everything? Traces back to some semblance of corona virus back even in early two thousands to the to the bats. The Bat one. Oh you know the big. The big moneymaker and people don't want to stop the best. I mean you've got eliminate the bats. The bath seemed to be a major problem. That's just my opinion not opinion. That's actually scientific fact. Jake is is a lot of these stars. Murders and several others are traced from bats and oftentimes. It's from bats than jump into another animal like for example in this case of the Pangolin Which they have been Africa they also have Asian. They're like aunt scaly ant-eaters they're the most hunted animal on the planet. There's been a lot of evidence now. The New York Times says maybe not in this case but there actually has been a lot of evidence That pangolins found in China in the wild and in the wet markets have ninety nine percent of the trace characteristics of this corona virus in them. But it goes back many years and I'm just I'm concerned because it's been there in other words. The Colonel Virus is there for several years. And you know. Why aren't we doing something? I know that sounds crazy. But you eliminate the bats eliminate the best po put them out of extinction or something but it goes back to that that one. Oh and if you really look at it it's probably the Guana which is a very lucrative business The Guano the Bat poop is very profitable for people. So that's the their entire. Tv networks fueled with poop NBC. I mean they they shovel that stuff all day long trouble. Whatever that's why I call them the Guan News you. Yeah yeah absolutely listen. You're right on this aisle. Although the the problem is then thanks very much the goalie. If if we eliminate a bat there is a kiss effect along the way And I would be okay if we eliminated all crocodiles and snakes. I would I don't know why God made a crocodile. In fact I was listening have fantastic seminary professor Thomas. He's the senior pastor at first Presbyterian Church in Columbia South Carolina and he was. It was talking in a sermon. I heard him say re- recently about job Leviathan on Leviathan and the Bible. More likely than was a crocodile For variety of reasons that there's a lot of credible speculation that he says that the answer to why God created a crocodile. Is We have no idea so that that's the answer. There's also speculation. We have no idea. I have no idea why God created the bat a little on the bad as a curator disease other than to affect his will and global pandemic. I guess Which will ultimately be used to glorify him. I suppose but yeah. He's the whole thing. Yes a bats are spreaders of this disease and people eating bats. There's a great name circulating on the Internet of Ozzy. Osbourne was probably patient zero for over nineteen. There may be some truth that I don't know but he when we limited the bat may be cascading effects food chain. You know they're speaking of these. Corolla viruses the Jake if you still listening. There's a what is the. It's the wasting disease that deer have. I'm not a Joe rogan listener. But I did listen to so many people. Ask Me to Joe Rogan recently. Interviewed an epidemiologist at the University of Minnesota who knows Dr Fouled? She is highly regarded worldwide. And he is actually one of the first people to speculate. This probably jump from a Pangolin. This cove nineteen virus and he explains why and what they found in in penguins around the world but the thing that he has noted. Is that this wasting disease that deer have that it is all most almost at this point to the point of jumping to people that that is the thing that keeps him up at night is not covert nineteen it. Is this wasting disease that deer get what is the charlier? Somebody's going to have to send me a note on on on what it is. I know I'm not a deer. Hunter among my son very much wants to go. Clint and I need to at some point I I I need to take honey. I've never been honestly. I grew up in to buy a. We were in the desert. We we we didn't go hunting And I don't know that I'm patient enough to sit in a deer stand but but I suppose I should try in any event A lot of deer have the this wasting disease and they're more and more cautious. There's no there's no immediate testing for it. It takes a while to get tested and so the hunters process the deer of the Durga turn into sausage meat. The meat gets eaten and people are ingesting this virus into them through that and thus far it has not transmitted to people and this guy. This epidemiologist is the number one thing that keeps him up at night. Is that the more they study. This virus in it essentially. He's an elderly now. He's I guess in his sixties or seventies now he's retiring and the thing he is most focused on is this virus because this virus is beginning to show the characteristics that a corona virus typically begins to develop before jumps in humans and maybe it can be animal to human spread and not people the people spread but it would eventually mutate to that as well and he said that's what deeply troubles him. We do not appreciate enough. The willingness of people to Consume animals that are diseased and we don't realize their disease in those diseases than take up within human hosts and begin to figure out ways to jump from person to person as opposed to animal the animal and that is something. We're going to have to take more seriously moving forward kind of kind of creeps. You out actually it. Is Eric Erickson here? The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five back to the phones. Ross welcome Erica. I haven't listened to every show other talk shows but I haven't heard one single person mentioned. What a tough decision. President trump is whether this country back work or he keeps us out. People say safer. Nobody really knows you know it wasn't going to happen regardless of whether you support him or not wanted to station that must be. I was only not only that. Let let me read you. A Headline Russ This is from the politico this morning. I couldn't believe it when I saw it This is about Texas. Economic Meltdown gives Democrats new. Hope in Texas so you you badger the President and Republican governors to shut down the nation. The Nation goes into economic freefall and then the Democrats look how they destroy the economy. You you you can't keep voting for Republicans. They destroy the economy. It's amazing that that's the angle that the media and the Democrats. Both are taking the media in particular badgering. The President Badgering Republican governors to shut down the nation To to contain the virus. They do it and then suddenly say. Look Look you've you've you've ruined everything. You've you've wreck the economy. We can't elect you again. Wow I gotta say this. The president doesn't have the power to reopen the country and there are a lot people who think that he should have the power. I don't think he should. I do not believe the president should have the power to control. The operations of states in the states are not going to do it. They feel safe Brian. Kim Paul talk about this later. Going to interview him this evening and I'll bring him Bring him to you tomorrow morning. The the governor is more focused on fighting the virus than reopening the state. And he's getting unmitigated hell from his own side for that there is a coalition in Washington. Dc trying to get the president to exert power over the states to to get the economy going again. No one is going to do it. If they don't feel safe coming out of their homes and that's part of the reality we have to deal with as a people and it is rest is right it is. It's no easy decision concurrent to that. There's gotta be a way forward and you know I wrote about this yesterday. And it was based on the monologue. I gave you guys last week that let's pick the date. The president wants to open the country. Let's let's say it's May fifteenth. That is roughly thirty days from now. We're going to reopen the country. What I think the president needs to do is he needs to give a press briefing and needs to say these are the things we know. We have to have in place to reopen on May fifteenth from mass to personal protection gear to Temperature monitoring for employers to rapid testing antibody test deemed all these sorts of things. Blair out the list in every day. Do the press conference and say here's where we are on each of these things. Here are the experts. Let me let them talk to you. We've missed this goal. We've were set back now. We gotTA DO April May Sixteenth. Not May fifteenth. We've we've gotten ahead to heat. It looks like we may be able to May tenth instead of May Fifteenth and do that every day and at the end of the week. Say Okay we're having trouble hitting these goals and because we're having trouble hitting these goals we need to reassess. Is it actually necessary? And if it is necessary. How's that going to impact a return to normalcy and keep everyone informed in that regard? We've been through the shutdown. We are now shutdown. So now let's plan on reopening and tell us what all needs to go into reopening the country what needs to go into reopen it. What's going to be at stake? What's at play? What are the deadlines? What are the goals? What's all on the table? Who's involved and let the people know? Give people hope that life's going to go back to normal this continuing to say well? Life has never really going to go back to normal thing. I don't know that it's really helpful. I don't know that it is and it's time nailed it to to bring people up. Speed Charlie and and Listener Frank Email in Israel. It's chronic wasting disease. The wasting disease I was talking about. Chronic wasting disease and Yes epidemiologists. Say That that is going to be the next major disease to jump from animals to people and that a lot of people do not realize just how contagious it is how long it lasts in the environment and how close it is to jumping from derailed the people. That's kind of scary to me to think about. Hello Eric Erickson here Hauer. Y'All today I'm sorry. I'm still laughing over the last hour. And just the the the unhinged response of the media the president causing people just to to flat out meltdown in his press conference today. I haven't even gotten to all the stuff about the press conference I wanted to and we're already in the second hour of the show. We will get there the phone number if you would like to be. A part of the program is eight. Seven seven nine seven Eric. That's eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. I'm going to start out of the gate. I never do this. I like to start with my monologue but occasionally I get a call that looks like it has the potential to help me start the monologue and so I'm going to go to Sherry in John's Greek Jerry. How Arya Eric? Love your show favorite My question is about the Georgia. Farmers obviously They've been going through a lot last. Couple of years and another governor mentioned Buying local but do you know of any other way to support them. I would be happy. Donate to a fund or anything. That's setup up for them. You know so this is this gets to where. I wanted to hit this hour in that I don't know actually In my understanding. Is that the federally that was long. Promised Them has finally gone. What are the upsides of of the farmers there is? There's a lot a downside but one is that a sonny perdue now being the secretary for the administration no South Georgia very well and is is trying his best to get help down there. I am trying to find my my wife and I would love to be parts of the the farm coffee digestible baskets every month. And you get to figure out how to cook with. We did that for a while. And we found a lot of stuff was going to waste. But now we're stuck at home so we got time to cook so. I WANNA do that. I hate to say I don't know the answer but I don't what I do know. Though in this gets to a point I wanted to get to share. His Is there are. I am told in fact. I got briefed on it yesterday. A number of initiatives coming from Gary Blacks egg agriculture Commission where they're going to try to do their best and not just promote local farms but also local farmer's market and local restaurants and so. I suspect that's going to be happening very soon. And I as soon as they sit me the final stuff I'm going to. I'll make sure to let everybody know it. Thank you for raising the question. Though because it's it's what's happening in south Georgia isn't getting a lot of attention. You know there there has been now. South Georgia is if you're outside the Metro Atlanta area. You tend to forget the rest of Georgia exists in and that's one reason being middle Georgia. His my wife's family is from The Vienna Montezuma area Her parents live in Carrolton. I'M IN MACON. A my office is in Atlanta and I our flagship station for this shows in Athens We've got a lot of stations in north Georgia carrying this show in so I feel kind of plugged in here and make it in a way I not necessarily would be in if I were in Atlanta In Atlanta you you. You're not but you feel like you are some level that the center of the universe because everything is going on and and you're an hour from the mountains. You're a few hours from the coast. You're an hour from from rural areas. And you go down to south Georgia and I mean you could go to Tallahassee if you live down in Thomas Villeurbane bridge. You could technically go to Tallahassee. But nobody wants to go to. Tallahassee you just Kinda have to go to tallahassee listener and FSU Kid No one ever wants to stick their nose in an armpit. No one ever wants to go to Tallahassee. It's basically the same thing and you could if you need to go to the big city but otherwise you you'd want to go to Albany or even drive somewhere other than than tallahassee nonetheless South Georgia has not only been hit by hurricanes. But now they've got the virus down there and the Bainbridge is starting to feel the fallout those parts of south Georgia where they to some degree thought. It wasn't going to happen to them. Suddenly they're starting to see the virus crop up and see the virus crop up at in in spiking rates in places hospital resources. Starting to get tax you've got for example Down in Decatur Georgia that Decatur County. That is Bainbridge. They suddenly got twenty five cases there. And then you've got the Albany area. Looks just let me give you this sumpter county. That's America's there are one hundred ninety four cases in Lee County. That is too. That's just north of Albany Leesburg. That's two hundred seventeen cases and then Dorothy county that's Albany. They've got a thousand forty two cases Baker County and Mitchell County which both border the southern end of Dougherty County Bakers got eleven and Mitchell has hundred eighteen and a lot of it has to do with people who went to that funeral and from that funeral. They began to spread the virus into other areas. And it's it's just kind of sad. Terrel Georgia which is were Dawson. Georgia is you got ninety eight cases. You got thirty seven and Calhoun in the areas like Baker Georgia with eleven and Miller Georgia with nine and great Georgia with tin and similar Georgia. Wit with thirty those are counties down there in south toward Donelson Ville K. role. And and you don't have a ton but if you follow in this is the remarkable thing if you follow the. Us Highway System. You can find where a lot of the cases are. And then. There's the Halston County area south of where I am so bebe county where I am has fifty six housing county has one oh wait. There was a healthcare worker. Who got the virus? And there's been some speculation and local media that perhaps this person was contagious and On air or on Air Working With with the virus beer born and might have mitre spread it that way. They're they're speculation and then you've got the Atlanta area. I it's amazing. If you follow seventy five and eighty five startup at ninety five and hall county yet to forty seven go down to county six eighteen go into Dekalb county seven sixty six go into Fulton county a thousand three hundred thirty six over to Carroll County. You've got one hundred ninety five go up to Bartow county two. Oh three go down to Clayton county to ninety eight. Go Down Henry County to thirty three and you know I'm what I'm also struck by in the situation is the number of people who can look at the data and say you know okay full county and Dougherty County. That's bad you got two thousand three hundred thirty six in Fulton County. You've got thousand forty two in Dougherty County. That's bad but all things being equal look at the rest of it. It's it's not terrible. You've got a thousand six now in. Dekalb county actually the updated total looking at eight hundred sixteen in Cobb seven sixty six hundred and then it drops so let me let me give you the the benchmark parameter here. You've got two thousand six hundred thirty five and Fulton County. That is ours. Phil Jackson to dead Mayors International Airport All of the flights that came in from Europe and Asia. And of course you got two thousand six hundred thirty. Five cases of Fulton County is the most international. It carried now certainly the the airport is technically Clayton County but actually most people commute north. They go into a Fulton County Cobb county. When it county. The urban areas the urban corridor face Fulton County and make sense. There's thousands of thirty five cases dougherty county a thousand two hundred forty five cases thousand two hundred forty five cases spreads starting in Church services and a funeral down there and it exploded. Dekalb county a- thousand six cases Dekalb county urban and diverse at a lot of international travelers Cobb county eight hundred sixteen urban diverse led international travelers. Clayton County seven hundred. Sixty six cases. I'm sorry Gwinnett. County seven hundred sixty six cases the most diverse county in the state of Georgia. A thousand six thirty five Fulton thousand two hundred forty five forty thousand sixty cab. Eight Hundred Sixteen Cobb. Seven hundred sixty six and then and then from seven sixty six. Gwinnett to three hundred ninety six in Clayton and then down from there to three nineteen and hall and then down to two eighty nine and Henry to fifty five and lead to fifty one in Sumpter to twenty nine Carol. Twenty-three bar two two Oh four. Cherokee and then one seventy seven Douglas 167 muskogee one fifty six richmond. One fifty four Chatham one fifty Mitchell one forty three five win twenty nine house in one. Twenty eight early. Twenty two randolph. One twenty two ups and one twenty-one Coweta when eighteen floyd when eighteen zero one zero six Fayette WanNa one rockdale one hundred Paul Dean and then double and then below and so you can look at all that you can say okay. We got thirteen thousand. Six hundred twenty one cases two thousand seven hundred two hostels as four hundred eighty deaths. That's not terrible and that's true. That's not terrible but consider this. We have a thousand. Three hundred sixty three are thirteen thousand. Six hundred twenty one cases on this date last month we had one thirteen thousand six hundred twenty one cases on this day last month. We had that guy who came back for Milan and was home and they presumed he would be spreading it to his family and he did. That's a pretty big explosion of the virus and the explosion down in Dougherty county a thousand two hundred forty five and the bulk of the does seventy eight deaths endorse county that more deaths dougherty county than any other county. It was because of that funeral that church and then you've got a situation like in Bartow County two hundred twenty. Three people infected seventeen of them dead and it was the Liberty Church on the square. People went to church services in spreading church services. You know there's a store. Virginia The pastor up there has died. This is a pastor who he wanted to keep his church open. Gerald Glynn Bishop Gerald Glenn of Richmond's New Deliverance Evangelical Church. He kept the church doors open. He told people he wasn't gonNA stop preaching unless he was in jail or at home. All were welcome in and he died. He said he was controversial. He said he was in violation of safety protocols. He said they're way more than ten people at the church. He boasted about it and he's dead. I'm not going to mock him. I'm not gonNA laugh about it. But there are cautionary tales about pride coming before the fall. You know I mentioned in the last hour. There are a lot of people who say well this is just. It's the flu. It's a bad case of the flu. This virus scientifically. This virus is not an influenza virus. It's a completely different virus and in less than a week and I I won't. I'm unique to listen to this. And if this is the only thing today that you take away from this if you don't pay attention to anything else. I say today you need to. You need to listen to this point. Okay I'm GonNa Give you count down three two one in less than a week. More people have died in New York City from Cova. Nineteen then died all of last year from the flu in New York City. I'm GonNa say it again. More people have died in one week in New York City from Cova. Nineteen then died all of last year from the flu. There are people on the right. Who would have you believe? This is just a bad flu season. Bill Bennett went on Fox News yesterday. Instead this was not a pandemic. I'm not sure how he defines pandemic but pan meaning a global humanity a pandemic spread an epidemic is a spread of disease a pandemic a global spread of the disease every country on planet earth right now as covert nineteen in dealing with it it is a pandemic to say it's not a pandemic is willful nonsense to say Sixty thousand people died of the flu. Last year actually was thirty. Four Thousand Two hundred twenty. One people died of the flu last year. We are already. Let me give you the expert accurate number as of right now I've learned this if you put in United States covert nineteen into Google. It will give you the most accurate up-to-date number five hundred eighty seven thousand. Three hundred fifty seven people confirmed and as of right now twenty. Three thousand six hundred forty nine people dead twenty three thousand six hundred forty nine people dead in two months. Basically in two months mid February to mid April two months of people dying of Cova Nineteen in the United States and we are only slightly less than ten thousand from a six month. Lucy's death this is not the flu. This is worse than the flu and you do the the one thing that I think is somewhat galling to me. Is that most of you. Get that intuitively. Almost all of you actually get that. This is worse than the flu. What is striking to me? Is how vocal the minority is that. Say It's just the flu and I don't think it's helpful for us to go down that rabbit hole and I know I've got friends who were attacking the models. The models are never accurate. The models are supposed to be a guide and is more data comes in they get more and more accurate is just like a hurricane forecast. You all pay attention to the hurricane forecasts of where might the hurricane hit and you understand that as new data comes in the models were just accordingly to show you the track of hurricane. That's the same with this epidemiological model of Cova Nineteen They give you the wide path of what it's GonNa look like. And then the path continues to drink and drink and drink entry to give you a much more accurate snapshot as more and more data comes in. That's all it is. The modeling is not wrong. The modeling is never meant to be right. It's Mitt to be predictive. It's MITT TO BE. Probative is meant to be helpful and by the way we're actually on track for within the modeling. The modeling range was forty thousand. Forty thousand two hundred fifty thousand people dead. We're probably going to get that forty thousand number. And that's what sheltered in place. Imagine if we hadn't sheltered place imagine you know? In the great. There was a massive flu. Pandemic and nine hundred fifty seven gets overshadowed by each one in one but it was actually worse than each one in one. A lot of people died in nineteen fifty seven around the world from the flu. There is not a hospital in Georgia that had to build field hospitals in nineteen fifty seven for the global flu pandemic. They're converting the Georgia World Congress Center into a field hospital in Atlanta. They never did that for. They've never done that for the flu. This is not the flu. It is something more deadly with a higher rate of hospitalization a higher mortality rate. And we've got twenty three thousand people dead while we've all been sheltering in place. This is worse than the flu. The full number if you would like to be a part of the program is eight. Seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five Michael Calling from Canton. You're going to be next. Welcome hi how. Are You Good thank you. The reason why I'm calling is a couple of things number one. I don't know if you've heard about the Wisconsin. Supreme Court raised Yesterday which The Democrats won in an upset. I didn't know if that had anything to do with a contested primary Many seniors decided they weren't going to take the risk and go out to vote in what you thought about that and also immunity cards at Dr a foul. She had talked about I mean if they're proposing that. Why is it that if we have to get those? Why can't we get a voter? Id cards to be able to vote. Isn't it really basically the same Principles and if and if I may just ask since you've done campaigns before who do you think is the most polarizing is that Obama because he lost over a thousand legislative seats or is it trump and in the polarization situation. Do you think because we deal with the electoral college and not the popular vote. Do you believe that trump Even with all the issues. We're dealing with right now. Still has a chance to win or do you think pretty much. He's going to be another Carter. I think actually the president has a very good shot at reelection because of the Electoral College The nationwide data of the president doesn't look good but when you look at the seats that will the racist. That'll matter the states that will matter the presence actually doing very well in them The other issue is on polarization. You know it's funny you should ask. I've thought a lot about this and I think that their mirror images I think Donald Trump and Barack Obama are equally polarizing equally damaging to their own parties. And and I know the incumbent you hear that about the president but just like Obama He has been very good for the other side in terms of fundraising and in terms of picking up state legislative seats and in terms of picking up federal seat. So we'll see This year Just how many more seats might shift to the Democrats but yeah the the president has been a very polarizing figure just like Brock Obama and in terms of. Who's more polarizing? Well the Democrats will say. Donald Trump is more the Republicans will say Barack Obama more. The fact is I think they're about equal And you get more outrage over. Donald Trump because the media tends to lean left and so they're also much more likely to hate him now In terms of Wisconson I actually think that the election had a lot to do with it. you had now five precincts in Milwaukee you had long lines. Lotta people absentee voting It was dubious as to whether or not the race would still be on yesterday or on Tuesday of last week. I just I see friends of mine. Say No this just means. It's a disaster there. It's a disaster for Republicans. The stage is clearly shifted. I don't know that I would say that's the case Given the way the election played out there surly it wasn't good for. Republicans that a Republican judge lost his seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. But I we gotta take into account pandemic politics as well and the battle election turnout. There that mattered a lot. I would never you on air but I almost had to delay coming back on air to make it happen. Man I you know. Can we just commiserate together for just a moment So I did nine hours of radio on Friday Really I I did live. If I'm honest about six 'cause I I had to record the Good Friday show for you guys. I didn't cry during it And then did was on radio until ten o'clock Friday night and it's my wife and I have been commenting on this the monotony of this. Typically I go to Atlanta once a week to my office just catch up on all the gossip because their stuff happens And so I go up there once a week or so. And that's that's that can't happen now and it's just every single day is the same thing you get up you go to the office you work you go eat for me. I go back to the office and go back on radio in the afternoon and then on Saturday and Sunday go in the Office. I piddle around. I read the news. I clean my office. I Cook On on Sunday we we watched church and it just the cycle repeats. There's no into it. You're just home all the time unless you go to the grocery store. I'm trying to convince my wife take our fourteen year old down to south Georgia and I don't know that she needs to be sold very much on this. I think she wants to take her down to South. Georgia's some the rural parts of the state in teacher to drive. Although my wife's car has a lot to get up and go in. That makes me a little nervous. If I'm honest but gotta do something to break up the routine. It's just every single day the exact same thing now. And that's just it's it's it's disconcerting starting to it's starting to wear on me. I can only imagine what it's doing to those of you who typically work for adult work from home because I work from home. I guess I'm not supposed to but my my radio studio is is at home. I've never I haven't worked in an office since two thousand four six two thousand six. I've worked from home since two thousand six and in there have been times particularly during the summer where I want an office. I want somewhere to go. And I don't have the revenue stream to pay writ for an office. I don't but I would love to have an office to go to And instead of a studio in an office somewhere so it's out of the house it frees up a room in the house for something else and I'm not having to worry about I've just got someplace to go and even in quarantine I think I would be able to go to my office because I'd be the only one there may be. Phillip would be there now but otherwise I I would be it. I get out of the House and there would be some level of routine that separates Friday from the weekend. But right now even me. Even though I've worked from home for so long and I'm a workaholic is something I have to work on. My wife has to sometimes cajole me because I said to my office all day and continued work. I mean I could have done nine hours of radio on Friday. I I would have been totally fine doing nine hours already on Friday Even though our prerecorded part of it I totally would have been able to do it and I would have been fine doing it because I love it He does not And you know I've talked to enough Emt's in specialists in throats. That as long as I'm not screaming like some people do in Radio. A it's not gonNA wear out my voice. My voice may get dry. I need to hydrate but I totally do nine hours of radio don't want to but I could but now I'm finding I come into my office on a Saturday or Sunday and there's nothing to separate it from bean a Monday through Friday even for me who works from home the monotony now. Oh of everybody stayed home and every day is the same and I somebody told me that Disney plus now or or Disney Junior. One one of the Disney channel's there now running regular reminders. Today is Tuesday and yeah by the way. Today is Tuesday if you didn't know I saw a TV station. Up in Lexington Kentucky is is doing that the weather guy every day day. What Day is it? Today's Tuesday it's Tuesday people. Put your pants on its Tuesday. And that's basically it and I mean it's kind of funny but everybody's working from home in all kinds of runs together. Who knows what day it is anymore. The monotony of it the regular monotony the the the the nonstop drip drip drip You know along the way. There's something else happening to the conspiracy. Theories did y'all know that Bill Gates in vintage the corona virus to be able to track humanity. That's one of the latest ones. Bill Gates scientifically engineered. It and by the way he's going to come up with the cure for it and make himself even more billions of dollars. Y'All think I'm making it up but there are actually people out there who are actually encouraging this conspiracy theory and it's not just the conspiracy theorist for that it's five. G. Have about five G. Five G. Technology if you look if you've got an at and T. Let me see if mine doesn't I've got I've got. At and T. and the let's see does pull up. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. At and T. Let me turn off the the the WIFI. At and T. Up Note Right now. It says lt but eighteen occasionally if I get into Atlanta. Let's say five G. and it's not five G. my phone not even capable five so five. G. is the new faster speeds for cellphone data now. The downside of five G. is that you need towers micro transmitters everywhere so you have big cellphone towers. And then you have micro transmitters that are all over the place because five G. is very very very fast data to your cell phone and from your cell phone but the signal can only travel a short distance. It's it's not a far distance and even inside buildings it can't the five G. signal typically can't penetrate a lot of buildings so in cities were at our. Es Chicago New York Dallas I think part of downtown Atlanta has five G. you can't get five gene buildings because signal strength. Can't penetrate the buildings and yet despite that there are people concocting conspiracy theories about the rise of cancer. And everything else I it. Just it's it's it's it's people have too much time on their hands. They've gone insane in. So we're getting these five G. conspiracies and by the way yes people are your your thing in it and you're not wrong. People are tying them together five G. and Bill Gates and the corona virus. It is all the reason. The Corona virus is spreading is because five G. has weakened our immune systems and by the way most people have five genes. It's it's very few parts of the country but that hasn't stopped the conspiracy theory. Okay let me stop. I'M GETTING CONFUSED PEOPLE. And you know what? Let me sit up here. I'm getting confused people and no one's even messaging may know ones emailing me. I can just feel it in the force. Y'All are all confused so I'm going to. I'm going to walk back here and I'm going to explain a little little more. Your cell phones for years. There has been this idea this theory that cell phones cause brain cancer and the media has peddled. The stories in the media has a lot to do with this. The media has peddled the stories that the people who use their cell phones the most tin to have brain cancer. The problem is when you look at the statistical anomalies out there. You can't really tell that. From the data and in fact it has been tested. Not just by. Scientists backed by the cell phone industry but by independent labs in colleges and universities and there actually is no evidence that cell phones cause brain cancer with the rise of the IPHONE. There's no evidence that it causes brain cancer. You know when I phoned typically can cause I shouldn't say iphones But it started with the IPHONE. There's actually been some very interesting data out there that there's been a spike in teen suicide. Since around two thousand seven the summer of two thousand seven. Do you know what happened. In the summer of two thousand. And that's the release of the IPHONE and every year thereafter. We've seen an increase in teen suicide and the reason sociologists connect the two is because it used to be. If your friends went to a party and didn't tell you about it you would never know. And now. They're all over social media showing that they went to the party that you didn't know about and you're invited to in its lead to teen depression and in leading the team. Depression has led to an uptick in teen suicide. Kids define themselves based on their social media influence and power and cloud and credibility and and and sphere of influence within social media. And when that collapses I'll let you see an increase in team so aside which you can't find a correlation to his the rise and brain cancer there is statistical noise and yet people are convinced of it and the reason they're convinced of it has lots to do with things they don't understand. I have an iphone. I love iphones. There is no string with his iphone. It's not like a landline. Phone plugged in anywhere. It's wireless signals in antennas wrapped around the phone. And the antenna. Picks up the wireless signal. Much like your radio. Picks up the radio frequency from your local radio station. There's no wire between you and the radio station. I'm not on windows. Ten can and all of you with tin cans listening to me yell into the tin cared our resources long. No it's wireless. Well they can do more and more with wireless than they could when they invented. Am Radio and then FM radio and now they've got a spectrum of frequencies and people understand that for example. You could have a kidney stone and you can go to the doctor's office and they can put you in a pool of water in some cases Or otherwise you special probes that send high frequency sounds and they break up the kidney stones so you can get rid of them and now you can send data in. There's no strings attached there. There's no fiber optic cable. There's no ethernet cable. And so increasingly the world gets more complicated and also along the way we get more information about cancer. It's not for example and I had this. I had this conversation actually with vulcanologist awhile back the because I I was commenting. Etowah the size of the Times the birth pangs of of what's coming and now it seems like there are more volcanoes exploding today than ever before there are more earthquakes today than ever before we hear about earthquakes all the time. We've never about it with great shirts quakes in North Georgia Earthquakes Oklahoma point to North Carolina. Earthquakes earthquakes where they've never been earthquakes. Suddenly they're earth quakes talkative with this guy. He's A. He's a vulcanologist seismologist. And I was I was bringing this up to him I. I didn't go to say you know. It seems like it's much more commonality sexually. It's not we know about it more now. We hear more about it now. The media pays attention to these stories. Now there is a human interest component to these stories now but there has not actually been a spike in earthquakes or in in volcanoes in the world. It's just we hear about it now for the media more but people hear more about the volcanoes and more about the earthquakes and they are convinced all of a sudden that there must. There's there's a thing there something is happening. And you know you correlate the two with US Guitar we. We are hearing more about this stuff. Clearly something is happening in the world that we did not know existed and now we're paying attention to it if you want to go down the ESCHATON G theological road go for it. But it's the people just they hear it they haven't heard of before they can. Something new must be happening. And according to this guy was talking to. Who's an expert in the field said? No actually it's this is actually been very very common there is not statistically meaningfully an uptick in things is it happening places. That aren't used to have it. Yes they're explanations for that a lot of it possibly with fracking. We're not sure there. In Oklahoma there seems to be some issue with it globally. We're not sure. But it's not like this is a new phenomenon. But now we've got five G. We we had three G. and then we had four G. now we have five G. and concur into that there's more and more medical talk in the media because people are fascinated by medicine so the media talks about it more covering cancers and autoimmune disorders and now Cova nineteen and so people are connecting. The media is covering something that people are interested in giving it more coverage and that coverage comes at the same time the media is talking about new technology like five G. and there are people who connect the two together. There's a connection five. Jeez causing cancer in nineteen and Bill Gates is behind it all as an aside. I get questions all the time about this. Cunanan stuff and I try not to pay attention to it. I I went down the rabbit hole last night though finally finally after I continue to question people I've got a friend who totally down with John. What's so interesting to me. Is that governance conspiracy theory. And that's what Cunanan is. It's a governance conspiracy theory it attempts to explain the way the world works and typically governance conspiracy theories come from losers not not. I mean like like losers like I mean. Yeah it does but not not not I mean. People who have lost politically lost political power. You know in the late nineteen eighties. George H W Bush had been the CIA director had been. The Chairman of the Republican Party had been vice president. Ed States was on the verge of becoming the Republican nominee to be Ronald Reagan's third term. And would go on to win the presidency. The Democrats actually bought a theory and had congressional hearings on the idea that nineteen eighty. George H W Bush had used disconnections that the CIA to hitch a ride aboard. Sr Seventy one blackbird and flew to Spain to negotiate the hostage release with Iranians to make Ronald Reagan. Look good they actually had a congressional hearing on whether or Not George. H W Bush had flown on an SR seventy one blackbird to Spain and back in order to make it to a debate. I'm not making that. To the the vice presidential debate that was a democratic conspiracy that he flew there and back in a day to get home in time for debate so everyone could see him so they never knew he left the country. It was the conspiracy of losers who had lost politics in the nineties. Of course Everybody began to believe that the Clintons killed anyone. They came into contact with people. I know people who are convinced. The Clintons are mass murderers now most people just treat it as an F. C. J. I mean who doesn't laugh at Jeffrey Epstein Joke but some people are still convinced in the two thousand. I know people to this day. Who are convinced the George W Bush was a puppet of Halliburton and that he was there to steal oil from Iraq and nine eleven was an inside job designed to instigate a war of the Middle East so Halliburton could get oil. When Barack Obama was president there was the birther conspiracy theory. Were the FEMA trailer conspiracy theories all the like and with Donald Trump's president the losers have posited that Russia's stole it he's a blonde Russia. He's a Russian puppet and the like but what makes it so interesting. Is that the winners. The right wing coalition that got Donald Trump elected. They're the ones coming up with a conspiracy theory and they're doing it from the vantage point of losers that that Donald Trump doesn't really have power. There's a deep kit state conspiracy to take him out. People were trying to explain the way. The world works through a deep state conspiracy. It is typically the losers in politics who come up with these conspiracy theories which suggests Donald Trump supporters have never fully appreciated that they actually won. Because there've been so many people trying to steal the election from them they've concocted this conspiracy theory but the underlying presuppositions. They never really one. They never really did get the power. The deep state had the power the trying to get rid of Donald Trump. I'm just I'm fascinated by the whole conspiracy theory thing. Don't buy into it. I I can give you predict I will predict for you that someone somewhere is going to get indicted and arrested for pulling the strings on the this cares act of economic bailout because it always happens with economic bailout. I can tell you it's going to happen and I'll look like a prophet and that's what these people do is they. They tell you obvious things that are obviously going to happen. And we've into an elaborate conspiracy. Man People have too much time on their hands right now. They're coming up with all sorts of stuff and you gotta be able to separate the fake news from the real news. I'm looking the the the data in Georgiana Cova nineteen suggests you know it had been April twenty third and they shifted it to April twentieth. And now they've moved it to me. I is our peak date for Resources May I But it looks like The the highest date of deaths came April seventh. That was a hundred in Georgia Yesterday we had four deaths Or I'm sorry. On on April twelfth. We had four deaths. We will find out more updates here later today but it looks like we will never exceed the number of deaths per day that we hit on April seventh Which is good. There's other stuff we gotta talk about when we come back in particular. I want to spend some time focusing on Georgia and Brian. Kemp at a press conference yesterday. He's GonNa prerecord an interview with me this evening that I will bring for you tomorrow morning. But I- friend of mine. It used to be an old neighbor. Jay key sent me a note yesterday. Works down in Halston County and he asked if I would talk about something and I want spend a little bit of time talking about it but let let me give you a brief overview right now of it that is the census There is a real problem at this point with getting Georgia Georgia to participate in the senses. As of yesterday there was a fifty two percent completion rate in Halston County Bibb county where I am only thirty nine percent rate. Monroe County had a sit forty six percent rate And it's just it's when you go back to two thousand ten everybody was hitting in the sixties and you gotTa do the census to allocate resources from the federal government to the states. It's not just about the number of seats in Congress Although that has a lot to do with that you don't want to lose a congressional seat but also the amount of resources allocated to the state and people are doing and I want to spend a little time talking about this when we come back. It is vitally important that everybody fills out the census and particularly if you're a Republican you WanNa make sure we secure Republican seats both in the state legislature but also in Congress to try to get the Congress back it matters will discuss it. I'm here I'm here welcome welcome. I'm sorry I'm reading an email from a free. I shouldn't do that right when the show's about star but here we are welcome. It's Eric Erickson. It is the Third Hour. It is six after the hour and it is beautiful outside today the phone number if you will it is beautiful here. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. I WanNa get to the governor and what he said yesterday but before I do. A friend of mine emailed me yesterday. Had something he wanted to say and I gotTa say where. Would I hear from people who I haven't heard from an awhile? I always kind of Grit. My Gosh what's coming now. The reason I say this is because Well the last time this happened the person was a total conspiracy theorist and was blasting me for For not being down with a conspiracy theory of his choice for be dismissive of it and he was very upset. And like I haven't talked to you in three years and suddenly so here you are so I so I got an email from from a guy used to live down the street from his old house. Great Guy Wonderful Wonderful Guy and as and I knew I mean he's totally normal. Can't be bad. What what is it? And it was great. It was great and I'm so glad he. He sent me the email Jake because he reminded me so that I have literally wonder talk about almost every day this month and keep pushing it off. He's like please man. You GotTa talk about this because it's a big deal and yes it is. It is The issue is the census. And it's not getting a lot of attention right now as were in covert nineteen world. But it's actually a big deal. And and so my buddy. Jake sent me some numbers. He works out in house in County. Any says As of yesterday Halston County had a census completion rate of fifty two point two percent compare that with bibs thirty nine percent. Peach County is forty three point nine percent. Monroe County Forty six point two percent Howson County for perspective in two thousand ten had a sixty six point two percent response rate and this year. You can't have since as workers come to your house. It makes it more More problematic now. It may sound as he writes. Let me read about this It may sound like milk toast and plastic bananas but the Census Really is important every county in Georgia in Georgia itself because the census is not about just counting the people for representation. It's about power money in business so with power you get. The number seats in Congress. Estate has is based on the census. The more people candidate Georgia the better. Our chances are picking up an additional seat in Congress and we may pick one up if everybody does the census this year. And then you've got a federal government. The federal government disburses over six hundred. Seventy five billion dollars in support allocations and grants for everything from school lunches to Medicaid Special Education grants to health insurance for children to title one grants to Wick to head. Start to foster care. Infrastructure Projects Supporting Schools Hospitals Roads in in Georgia. And it's based on the census. The census determines how much money Congress is going to send a states for roads and bridges and schools and foster care and adoption programs and health insurance and Medicaid and school lunches and Special Ed and then there's businesses businesses corporations use the census data to decide where they're gonNA build offices stores developments. Commercial Property's Halston counties. Were the fastest growing regions of the state. You undercount in Halston County. You're going to see development disappear now for those of you nimbies. That may be a good thing. But here's the problem. Athens Clarke County Floyd County Habash County Every county that is listening to me right now is impacted by the Census and it will determine what money you get. It will determine how your schools do so. Let me and this is. This is not to pick on anybody. I'M GONNA point this out. Whitfield county those of you listening up Dalton right now how are you I love you people? Up Dalton in your in Whitfield County. I know I know all of you know urine with getting. It's the rest of the state of Dalton. What County Exalted? You know this is one of the most a thinks I is so I'm a native of Louisiana. I moved over here ninety three to go to mercer and I never left me with law school hush-up Serey went to law. School met my wife and I stayed and Louisiana parishes and I lived in one of the poorest parishes in Louisiana East Feliciana parish pretty much every industry in that parish is a state run prison or mental institution. Hush Hush Up Charlie and everybody knew where Eastleigh parish was in Louisiana because that's where the home of the State Mental Hospital is this like the Milledgeville of Louisiana except not nearly as awesome as Milledgeville. Well I can tell you where somebody but the other thing is that Louisiana you didn't have parishes and cities that were unaligned so if you if there is a Jackson not that there was a Jackson parish but if there was Jax Louisiana. We'll in Georgia. This is the most bizarre so in Georgia. There's a Whitfield Georgia and it ain't in Whitfield County Let's see there's a Macon County and a Macon Georgia and they're in different places. There is a floyd Georgia. Did you know there's a floyd Georgia? It's an unincorporated territory abilene little unincorporated place. But it ain't employed county. There's a carol Georgia but it's not in Carroll County. There's a douglas. Georgia does not in Douglas County and the list goes on and on it. There's a Clark Georgia in it's not in Clark County it is. It's just it it has always boggled my mind seriously. Let me hang on a second now. Now that I'm on this path we're going down the Rabbit Hole Eric's brain today. Yes we are because we tired of talking about let's see There's a whole Georgia not in hall county. There's a Gwinnett Georgian non genetic county. There's a Cobb Georgia not in Cobb county. It's actually near me here in middle Georgia There's a precise Georgia it is not in Forsyth County. There's Mitchell Georgia it's not in Mitchell County Let's see what else do we have here? There's a terrible Georgia. It is not intended county. There's worth Georgie. It's not in worth county. I'm just going through the list of names. There's A BIB Georgia. It's not in Bibb County. There's a Ilisu there's tiff done in tift county. There's also tiff Georgia not in tift county. I could do this all day. I won't you get my point But I'M GONNA I'M GONNA call out the fine folks up in Dalton. 'cause I loved the area. It's beautiful up there all the way to Chattanooga up seventy five you have interstate that runs through Whitfield County. You have Us Seventy six and US. Forty one branch off their Technically running the interstate. Some of it and some of it not. You've got You so you've got. Us highway that comes through Th the US highway that comes through there you got a highway seven us seventy-six that comes over from spring place in Chatsworth and it goes in nor- side of Dalton. You've got highway. Forty one branches off there. You've got seventy five goes up through there. You've got schools up in there. All of your area in Whitfield County. Your Ro- your federal roads. Your schools all of that gets money based on your census data and if you people in Whitfield county have not filled out your senses. You're not going to get the money. County would have otherwise gotten and the same holds true for the rest of you. Let's go over to another great and beautiful place. Pickens County Georgia. I know I have listers. Listen to me right now and Pickens County and the reason I know is because when I tell people for example takes dated three three seven seven seven I always get people from talking rock and Jasper and I didn't even know where tate was and so it started showed up and then the big canoe which I've never been to want to go to. It's a beautiful area. It's gorgeous up there and you head up your head up towards LBJ and you get all of the In Gilmer County. You get the Apple Orchards. Up there you go there. You can pick apples all you people. You're road system your schools your foster care your local foster here programs your senior centers like all of them are impacted by whether or not you fill out your census. The question for you in Georgia is not this. Do you want federal money because a lot of the you don't want federal money you don't want to hand out the question for you is not whether or not you want the federal money. The question is whether or not you want Alabama to get the money that you would otherwise get. Because if you don't fill out your senses Alabama's GonNa get your money and South Carolina and Tennessee and the other states. So it's not like if you don't feel this one for small government and I'm not going to fill out the census because I don't think we need that money. The money's going to go. The question is does he go to you or does it? Go to Alabama. Do you want it to go to you here in Georgia or do you want it to go to somewhere in Alabama? You could get a road built through your county with the federal money that comes from the Census Alabama could paving in a trailer park. It's your choice. What what what do you want but you gotta fill out the census. I'm being a little bit here and it's a little silly and I didn't intend to spend this much but actually is really important and Thanksgiving my friend. Jake who highlighted before me that. I've been needed to talk about it. And there's been so much stuff on the virus that I haven't and yet it's vitally important For Resources of the state it doesn't matter what county you live in for example. Let me give you one more county and this I know I know they're listening right now. The fine people who are listening over in the Greensboro in Greene County along Lake oconee. You've got I twenty runs through Greene County and not only. Does I twenty run through Greene County? You've got state highway for you. Got The lake. Oconee parkway runs to their beautiful area and I I just I want. I want to be at Reynolds Lake. Oconee so bad right now I you know. I wrote a book a couple years ago. And I rented a cottage at the Ritz Carlton there at Reynolds and it was right on the lake. It was a little two bedroom cottage. I paid through the nose for it but it was so relaxing and I just. I went out drink beer and hit golf balls every day and I'd come home and I'd write my book and it was so relaxing and I'd go sit at the little little area down by the lake. The little restaurant there was the pool and they had great pizza. And I'd sit there. The bartender actually listens to the show and just it was relaxing. And I want to go but you got I twenty. That runs through Greene County. You got A highway forty four. That is what that's the lake. Oconee parkway you got a lot of development in that area and you've got schools in Greene County. You've got more people moving into the area as they move further and further away from Atlanta. That Larry Down there. I saw rentals has opened up new land on one of the peninsula's there for development. It's a beautiful beautiful place if you've never been. I highly encourage you to go sometime. I love it over there if I could get a vacation house over the rentals area I would do it or Lake Burton. I Love Lake Burton my goodness But nonetheless let me focus on Greene County real quick. There are a number of developments out that way in a lot of it has to do with infrastructure and a lot of it has to do with infrastructure because more and more people are moving further outside of Atlanta. You've got Madison people now spilling over there. You've got Athens. People also moving down there. Because you're not that far on the North End of. Lake oconee realize it's shallow up there? I've got friends of mine. Who were farmers up there and they told me how shallow the North into Likhodey. I had no idea it was that shallow but They've got cattle up. There and increasingly people are selling land there As people move out of Athens and they had down south of Watkins. Ville they get into the into the lake oconee area and they commute and it's it's a reasonable distance for them if you're on the outskirts of Atlanta Dekalb county you can drive from Lake oconee there but as a matter of fact a part of the issue there is infrastructure and that infrastructure in Greene County. You are eligible for federal money. But you have to fill out the census to get the federal money. Because if you don't fill out the census in you undercount Greene County will. Then you're GONNA PLAY SECOND FIDDLE. Yeti into Madison and who knows you may even get Tala for county. May Up you over there. I mean Morgan. County continues to explode as well Madison. If you've never been to downtown Madison you need to go. I hate it for the restaurant district down there. That steakhouse. That's downtown is fantastic. But if you don't fill out the money if you don't fill out the census you're not going to get the money and it's not a matter of the federal government not spending the money. It's a matter of the money going somewhere else. So if you want your share of matter what county live in if you want your share of the money from the census for your road projects for improvements of I twenty. You know in the last time I got off there. What is that? I can't remember the exit there in where you get off and there's a little what there's Chevron station there's the BP on the north side of the they've gotta McDonald's there another used to be nothing there but you head south and you go down to Lake Oni from from the next I forget the exit number now but there used to be massive potholes. I will forget the very first time I ever got off there. I thought I had completely wrecked my car. There was such a big puddle and that sort of infrastructure. Even this pavee because it's the federal highway system there. You should get federal money for it. And that money is allocated based on your census. So if you don't fill out the census you don't get the money you don't get the money you don't get school improvement. You don't get infrastructure improvements. You don't get highway improvements. You don't get prison improvements. You don't get foster care proves you don't get adoption grits. You don't get senior care facilities. You'll get any of that stuff that money's GonNa go somewhere. The question is does he go to you or someone else. So make sure you fill actress. Insists it you gotTa take this seriously my twenty. Twenty Census Dot g-o-v is their website for you to every single person who's listening right now should have gotten something in the mail with a pin number. I had to fill mine out I did my census already. Kenny Mr Mayor. There's no reason for America to call me. I've done my census here in Bid County but the rest of you got to get it done in every part of the state right now. The data shows every part of Georgia is undercounted from where it was ten years ago and that has a lot to do with census workers are not able to come to your house right now so go online. My Two thousand twenty cents Dot Gov way more than I expected to talk about it but it is that important and it is worth do you hear. Psa's on radio stations and TV stations. Youtube out right now. I'm here to tell you you want your potholes fix your prisons expanded your schools improve your senior centers improve more money for foster care. More money for adoptions you gotta fill out your census and if you want Georgia to have one more Republican Congress you got to fill out your census my twenty twenty census dot g-o-v e is the number. Either we're going to get the money or Alabama's GonNa get the money all right. Have you guys heard about the Karen Phenomenon? I feel badly for for women named Karen. Right now but it is. The Karen is the annoying. Busybody neighbor who is is demanding and and just mean and nasty to people in in in your business and likely to call the cops on you for minding your own business and well this is probably the epitome of the Karen Phenomenon A A lady named Heather Sill. Chea is a nine one one operator. She works the graveyard shift at nine. One one She's got three kids. She's got the she's dealing with the cove in nineteen situation and she's having to leave her kids with someone while she goes to While she's at home sleeping she leaves her kids. She works overnight. She comes home. She's been signed with the kids and then she lays down. She takes the kids to family to take care of while she's sleeping because she's doing the graveyard shift for nine one one so someone left this note. Please stay home. I noticed that a few days a week you leave in the morning with your baby and return a short time later without it then I see. The man of the house arrive with the baby later in the afternoon while your vehicle as it moved all day this leads me to believe the kids in daycare. Stop it I am assuming that man has an essential job since he is gone all day. But if you were home. There's no reason for your child to be in daycare at a time like this. I also see you leave shortly after your husband. I assume gets home. You aren't wearing any sort of uniform and I've never seen you wear a mask bars or close. He couldn't possibly beginning groceries every night. Which would also require you to wear a mask so again I ask you to. Please stay home. Also do everyone in the neighborhood of favoring. Keep your older kids inside. They are allowed help. Do your part in keeping our town safe and stop leaving your home sincerely all your neighbors one. I guarantee you. It's not all the neighbors. It's one annoying neighbor also They need to upgrade their printer. Looking at looking at a picture of it man. Come on you need new Lincoln in your cartridge. I guess you you know how to order from Amazon but nonetheless. So this is a woman Her husband works during the day. She is now currently working graveyard shift. em nine one one getting people To where they need to be and her neighbor is attacking her for leaving her children her youngest child with parents so she can sleep while her husband's at work maybe people need to mind their own business that honest to goodness th th the most annoying thing about the situation right now is how nobody wants to mind their own business. You've got so many busy bodies in so many communities around the country right now. Who were just sticking their nose at other people's businesses if their job to do and that that it's the thing that annoys me the most about all of this right now is that people can't just leave well enough alone right now. They can't leave well enough alone. They've got a browbeat their neighbors and in call the cops and everything else in California. It's been taken to absurd levels. You have an obligation. I think to do what's right but your neighbors should just mind their own business right now. Come on just drives me insane. Hello there the phone number if you WANNA call in because it is the air here is Joe. We got thirty minutes if you WANNA call in actually less than that. The full number is eight. Seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. I'll get to play a montage for you. You gotTA listen to this. Hang on standby here. We Go. I want to tell you about a ninety six year old man in Florida. Who said one night? I don't think I'm going to make it. I feel very weak. The end is coming. The next day he was on hydroxy clerk antibiotics per his cardiologists. He got up the next day he was fine. This man is my father and for me it saved my life and all. I can go by what it is that I have gone through. Fortunately for me you know. They put me on some meds and the Q. worked great for me. I will be honest with you there. And here's what I consider to be the secret weapon hydroxy chloroquine. You're saying is you're prescribing. It and it is working for Cova nineteen patients every patient prescribed to has been very very ill and within eight to twelve hours. There were basically symptom free and your experience with the eighty or so patients. You've treated is that you have a lower chance of being put on event if you're on the hydroxy correct. If the president trump has talked about this it would not be something. That's accessible for anyone to be able to get that right now and my husband was able to pick that prescription FM night. And I was better within a cup. Lower the medicine the The president and the CDC everybody has been talking about. I actually was prescribed though They worked for me and said if this was your father would you prescribe it for your father. And he said that he would so far so good. His temperature and oxygen level improving. It's amazing it really is unclear. I took the chance. People call these stories. Anecdotal data is anecdotal. It means wasn't studied and it's only based on personal accounts. Well add my name to those personal accounts because I m feeling better so we got some media coverage here on most of that is from Fox and it's about I directed chloroquine or click. Now there is some data by the way that Clark would not necessarily hydroxy chloroquine. But they're very similar clerk winning hydroxy chloroquine that they may cause heart Arrhythmia. They may cause heart problems. But there's also a lot of data out there that they also do work now to clear the what the data suggests so far and it's still up in the air but with the data suggests so far is that if you don't have a severe case of Cova nineteen a drexel chloroquine can get you through it quicker and not only could he gets you there quicker but you're more likely to have a milder form of the of the virus it's not a panacea but it can certainly improve things and the media has been beating up the president of the United States. Every time I get close to my I think I'm allergic to my microphone. Every time I get close to what? I start sneezing Nonetheless the media has been beating up the president. I just me well. Andrew Cuomo has suggested it Andrew Cuomo has suggested it said that The anecdotal signs in Michigan. Or A in in. I'm sorry in New York suggest that it may actually be working may actually be helping people the audacity of him saying that. How dare he? Give PEOPLE FALSE. Hope that it may actually be working for people. They beat up the president for that. Y beat up the president for that somehow or another. They've decided that because the president people were remember remember. Remember that You had the the person turned out. She's a Democrat who hates the president went out in and she and her husband drank fish tank cleaner. Because it's chloroquine. It's it's a super super potent strength of Clark win in the husband died and she was in intensive care. And somehow that was the president's press is to get these people killed by suggesting that they medicine as opposed to the president was using the platform of the president to raise awareness of the existence of a medicine. That data around the world seems to suggest might actually help and in fact more and more people are coming forward saying. Hey I got the virus. They put me under Drexel Caloric one and it worked what they're doing right now. In the testing on drugs chloroquine in chloroquine and with in combination with a Z. Pack the antibiotic is they're trying to figure out dosing and one of the issues here is some people we know. Get the virus. And they have a very mild case of the virus and it had a mild case of the virus they If for example I know someone who got it. His symptoms started showing up two weeks ago. Now I didn't even know he had the virus Until the other day But as symptoms started show up on Wednesday two weeks ago and by Monday by Monday he was field and we still have the virus but he was feeling never went to. The hospital welled up having to get tested Because he lives in a high risk environment with family members and so they testing to be sure Put the rest of the family and quarantine thankfully no one else the family thus far is presented symptoms But he was a Wednesday by by Monday he was he was feeling back to normal. Not Not Great I. I shouldn't say back to normal but did not have the pain his body. He said he his whole skin felt like he had a Son Bird. He just he he did not feel good and then there are other people who get it and they wind up in ICU. There are people who wind up having severe breathing problems. I know someone else who has a right now. Who's been dealing with? Just stabbing pains in his chest is it. It hurts to inhale. So the what they're tr- testing the hydroxy chlorine four right now and the Clark. One right now is have they wound up giving it to people who got mild cases and so you take the medicine and get over the virus quickly but have given the medicine to people who would get over the virus quickly even without the medicine? That's whether testing for right now. And there are some urban legend conspiracy theories circulated on the Internet. Right now people right there. They're giving the medicine and they're designing it to fail. They're designing the test to fail because they wanted to do their tested with placebos note or no they're actually testing it to see if there is a placebo effect on the medicine. One of the things that they're doing is they're essentially giving people vitamin C. Pills that looked like a drexel chloroquine bills and they're trying to see Do the people who get the vitamin C. Pill do they benefit As quickly do they heal as quickly as people. Getting the direction chloroquine. If so the odds are Clark. Quinn is having a placebo effect on people. We don't understand the placebo effect but we know it exists. We know that there are people who can be given medicine that is just a sugar pill and tell them that it is some all powerful medicine and their body will heal themselves the power of the mind. Forget the brain. The power of the mind is a powerful thing. And you Kim literally give people a sugar pill and tell them it is a pill that does wonders and those wonders will happen because of their brain. The mind is incredible so one of the things they have to figure out is is are the people taking her drexel chloroquine. Are they giving it to people? Just randomly are the people who are most likely to get it are they the ones with the mild cases to begin with and now what they're looking at is are they giving it to. People and people are having the placebo effect. Nobody understands the placebo effect again. This is important for you understand. We know it is a scientific fact that there are some people who you can give medicine to. That is nothing more than compressed sugar and you can tell them. It is a cure for cancer and by God. Their cancer may go into remission and we have no idea how it works but we know it works there are people you can give them this pill and say your symptoms of whatever ailment you have or going to go away by their symptoms. Go Away and that pill is nothing but compressed sugar. We don't know why it works. We know that the mind is a powerful instrument within your body and they need to make sure or the people who are getting the Drexel Clark with her. They have any placebo effect where their bodies are healing themselves based on their mind or is it the medicine and so there is a study right now. We're giving people vitamin C. Pills and other people had Drexel Corkman and they wanna see do the Drexel Clark and people do. They is their recovery faster than the people given the Placebo Vitamin C. Pill if so we know. It's not the placebo effect. We know it's hydroxy Borkman. But they got tested. They got to see if it fails as a placebo. And there's this urban legends pre-nup from people who are doctors online. And I'm not a doctor by the way but I do know how to read and talk to people and they are trying to figure out what's the deal with the medicine. Does it actually work? And then if so what's the magic dosing? What's The dosing now? I will tell you. Interestingly enough I. I read an article that tried to explain. How some of these medicines work because there there's room desert. I think that's how you pronounce it. Denver Gilead Sciences. Couple was by the way. This is one of the very first conspiracies I ever debunked. There is a conspiracy out there that Cova Nineteen was patented in two thousand fifteen by Gilead Science. You've probably heard this. We've had people call into this program and asked me about it. What's the deal with this patent on? Covert nineteen from two. Thousand Fifteen. Let me let me explain this real quick so rim desert is a medicine produced by Gilead Sciences and it was produced to fight SARS murders and Ebola. What we know about viruses in particular. Is that if you zinc into sells it makes it harder for the viruses to get into the cells and operate zinc seems to have some ability at the micro cellular level to disrupt the functioning of Corona viruses it messes up the receptors in. Denver among other things gets zinc into cells. Now maybe I'm not a doctor again. I I apologize. If I'm explaining this Roy that's why Zinc supplements Some doctor say if done correctly can actually help you in. The situation is one of the things. They're looking at some of these. Some of these medicines including I think the the Clark wins Have something to do with Zeke. Don't hold me to that though but I do. I know room desert us but in an even so in two thousand fifteen in combat any bowl of murders and SARS. She Gilead Science they. They made this medicine. It is called Rim Denver and it was for those those drugs it will viruses well fast forward. Two Thousand Twenty. China has an outbreak of the Wuhan Virus in Wuhan. Say That so that they have this. Viral outbreak in China does not go to Gilead Science and say Hey. We'd like to try desert. No no what China does is they steal the formula for him Denver and they start not only manufacturing a duplicate of Denver under a different name but they file a patent application for it so gilead science has to go revise its patent application and add cove in nineteen to possible treatment in the patent application now the way patent applications work is first to file gets gets first rights so if Gilead science were to withdraw the patent and then resubmitted as a covert nineteen drug will China has already filed the patent so gilead science would have to stand behind China so what the patent process works in this how the process works in this country is you can emit to pre existing patent and it does not change the date of the patent it just updates the terms of the patent so Gilead Science went after. China's stole their drug and updated the terms of its two thousand fifteen pet. So if you look at the patent applications is two thousand fifteen on it in its cove. Nineteen is one of the things so conspiracy theorists appointed to look look look they were patenting cove in Nineteen in two thousand fifteen. They knew all about it. No no all they did was they amended their patent application in. January of twenty twenty but because the way the patent system works they didn't update the date of the patent because that would put them behind. China's patent it was all caused by Chinese theft which China of course intellectually is is notorious for stealing The property of others but so we've got RIM DENVER OUT THERE. We've got a drastic out there and it really is amazing that when he. Andrew Cuomo or Gavin newsom or Jay Inslee. Any of these democratic governors mentioned that these drugs have shown some benefit the media fawns over them with praise. Just wonderful thing look at them. They're doing everything they can to help people. But the president of the United States gets up and talks about it and they blast him they blow him up they condemn him for doing so. It really is amazing to see the double. I gotTa talk about another double standard real quick. I need to play for you a bit from Fox News and be critical of it. Well I think you'll be able to do all that eventually. But the city still has in past the crisis The yours are still busy enough. They're not as busy as they were a couple of days ago which is good news but the ice users still plenty busy. And that's why I really think we ought to start off in taxes as we just talked and other states that have not been hit his heart to work. Through some of the kinks. The New York is the ultimate stress tests. It's probably twice as dense as a closest competitor. Which the San Francisco. We haven't worked out how you'RE GONNA get an elevator which is basically a cesspool of virus. A public toilets much more crowded. I mean just the very nature of how we get to work in the subway and public transportation systems. All the assets of the city are disadvantages in this world but listen. I talked to technology companies. Were building better solutions to try to clean up each. And every one of those will temperature sensors or an example that we may be sensing smell. Which I'm told by European group is present deficiencies in smell eighty five percent of covert nineteen pages. We've got smart people working on this but maybe New York is in I. In fact we know for sure New York as I probably should be last. That's work out some of the things. You mention that containment issues that don't tread on civil liberties are there ways of doing it. Of course to our. We've got smart people but it's going to the I'm just GONNA stop there. That's all reasonable. Everything said there was reasonable. I I got no bones. Speak with it but I've got a question that's Dr Oz on Fox on Hannity winded. Dr Oz. Become an expert. Why are we? Why are we doubting celebrity doctors who were known for quack nonsense on their reality talk shows as opposed to real experts will Y Y? You know? There's this annoying phenomenon. Within conservatism. These days within Republicans these days of were you find the be in the C- Celebrity and their hours. They may be terrible actor but they're ours. Why are we doing this? Why are we doubting doctor? Ause as an expert. Why an Oprah generated what's exit? We'll we'll Foxtrot Rob L. to their theology expert. Because he's an oprah guy to God help us please conservatives stop latching onto B list celebrities to be your a-list celebrities. Please stop allowing on the celebrity. Yes he's a doctor and everything he said was fine. But it's just annoy me in in the same way. The media blast the president for touting potential medical aid to cope nineteen the. Hey let's get doctor is from reality. Tv To be our expert because he's on TV that makes legit no. There's so many good people you could have instead somebody conservatives are out. There are emotionally invested in undermining Dr Pouch. You Dr Burks. Because they want to bring the country back to work and they blame them and they're bringing on people like Dr Off. Stop it stop it conservatives. Your ruining your long-term credibility there one day. I'M GONNA get back discerning the recipes. I'm sorry there's so much other stuff going on right now and then my poor wife who has so. I spend the weekend just trying to clean up because I was finally annoyed with the mess and then my wife would. Gang Busters yesterday enlisting the eleven year old to start cleaning up as well did an incredible job cleaning up the downstairs in our house and I. I almost feel like we should turn turn our house in like prison. Homeschool where e the kids are going to get Fed bread and water unless they pick up their toys. At this point a in my fourteen year old she stays at home and does over work if I had to go talk to her yesterday and just say you know I get a little concerned about you stating your room all the time but then the eleven year old wants to play play play play play which is great because You know I I love having my kids love to be with me. But also the houses wreck it will. It was and now my wife has got a spotless. Which is we have the house. We're still paying our housekeepers and they can't come in fact. I paid my barber yesterday for the next couple of haircuts that I'm going to get Just just figured I would pay in advance. I got the money he doesn't. I'M GONNA payment advanced right now. I I assume people are doing that. You know that's my biggest fear about the whole economic situation right now. Is that the country's going to slowly reopened and a lot of our favorite places aren't going to be there. There's this Mexican restaurant near my house called Margaritas and it's a chain. There are several of them in town. And there's a rumor that they're just going to be closed permanently and I. I don't think that's true. They've been over there renovating but I like to just go in there in the afternoon by myself so the bar grab a beer the alone between shows just to relax when I'm not killing myself at cross it. I want to go to cross fit. I'm continuing to have my my pay my gym membership dues. I been in a month because I want to make sure the places open when I go back and and I'm I'm I realize I'm blessed. I'm fortunate enough where I can be blessed other people right now. Who Need it and I hope people are doing that because that is my real fear here is that we're going to get to the end of this and we're going to want to go back to places we have been in a while and they're not going to be there in that concerns me our play this audio from the CD director before we get out of here Robert Redfield. I think it's important what you said. I think right now. Our job is to get through this outbreak and get our country back to work. I will say that if you look back it W- in in January and February the cases we had in this country. We're all related to China travel. Actually it was fourteen cases throughout the country. Cdc evaluated over eight hundred contacts of those individuals only identified two individuals that had been infected both spouses. It wasn't until February twenty eighth when we saw our first community transmission where we said. Wait a minute. Where's this? Where's this coming from? And so I think it's important when we when we get back and we get through this we can look back at the time line But our initial response was containment and and as I mentioned through February Twenty Eighth. I think we had fourteen cases in the country. You know people are circulating video of Dr Fallacy. The indefeasibly saying there's nothing to worry about it and that's the head of the CDC say all the cases we had at the time were just people who had been to China or Milan. It wasn't spreading in the community. And twisting everybody's words to try to build conspiracy here. I think that long term is going to hurt us as bad as if we come out of our houses and our favorite shops and restaurants are no longer open. We gotta be real careful about the truth and try to avoid is best weekend weaving conspiracy where there is no conspiracy and I would just encourage you to be careful about doing that. We'll be back tomorrow. Take more goals than see you later.

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S1E05: How do you do laundry?

The Inner Dialogue

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S1E05: How do you do laundry?

"Honest conversations adjust steph honest then be they're not chevrolet view snooty you the most honest conversations we all can have conversations you have with enough widow size inner dialogue were doing laundry is kind of how i yeah you just do that any sport do it yeah i didn't know the machine could damage or above oh well i think you should have read the instructions on a jacket before for putting it in see i dunno a i think so don't but i know how mom washes with whom he sat on the jacket the hand wash wendy yeah but at least now i learned a lesson yeah an inexpensive one oh yeah okay but at least i did my first laundry i don't know why it is so hard that was just so many options on the machine i mean what this permanent press even be like how could you wash fluids that make the come on breast i dunno when you could definitely google it and i'm pretty sure that you do you do about it yeah i know i should have done this idea but i'm going to do it right now oh which just search for should assess from meaning off options on a washing machine i feel i feel it could be the judge me i know but i just feel like it when you just shy of trying to assess you need to achieve allow you to make mistakes because you're in a completely new will there's no way you're not going to make mistakes and the fact that you make making mistakes means you're trying you're trying something yeah that is true tea so 'em let's go do see net dot com do you think they even have an updated list what if they have options which with down the machine downstairs then you're good yeah okay so oh they have permanent press okay so there's jackie northam or cool and washed like okay so the focus of the regular norman or gorton or spike it is to move jeans and it's mickey a but it stays washing durable fabrics see no i don't know what fabrics had you know it you feel gone do you think you know which of their joe what's up teno and more delicate dundee other ones yeah okay 'em and then prominent press or condos when my machine had both just street it maybe they are a bit if it says it says that you should wash everyday claude stature increase and he would nominate impress oh so they do come on just how does that even happen oh what's his accuses fast agitation in wash psych the slowest spin cycle okay but you're going a slippery slope so i'm not going to search more because yeah because you can spend hours on a topic like this oh yeah looking just lost one so then they have oh did my machine have a delicate option i think it did anyway so delicate behind wash option is facilities jim clothing anything that these giant in washington the dad so lesson retha doug yeah but then that means that are two separate my laundry and that cost small a so you try those boys fluids and based a damn on nbc amount of money equivalent to the cost of the two outs that split or would you rather see spend two daughters mall yeah see i should separate them but you know what i'm going to buy cheap votes in separate them okay if you do get anything expensive be gifts well i've spoiled on my expensive george countries so i guess i don't have to worry about it then the next time i buy something expensive looking right at least you washed one since you move to canada so that's a step yeah yeah how often should i wash my heels when the time you have one would take the lid i'm you connect one would have dirty clothes i'm guessing yeah well i feel like after watching the fans episode i feel like i knew that washington is going to be a bit tricky but i don't think much about it yeah you were busy thinking about the culture shock you were going to get right yeah but i didn't i mean definitely people here on not sweeter when i landed be were going through brampton which looked like a mini lino more in india but definitely here that's more diverse city has so many different cuisines i could try yeah but if he plays has been very few vegetarian options yeah yeah the proportions of non which jen vegetarian food items almost opposite do what they were in india i mean when i used to go to him in donations in india almost eighty percent of the menu was vegetarian well it makes sense though right because most of the population back home is vegetarian and if they're not they may need just eat chicken yeah that's true so he's sticking with being a vegetarian yeah it's nick i know people who grew up in households where they were forced to be which turns one to try out meat tastes like but to me i've always wanted to get rid of it but when i was at home it was hard because went on to announce used to i don't want to say peo pressure but it was similar to that these depression weed eater just because they cooked it and they wanted me to appreciate it so i did but i don't like these off duties just me like this is it but you know the book if you get up eating meat like the group oily book i just hated so just to remind after days you're not going to eat meat yeah plus it's cheaper and then i guess eating which jenin food just means that you're going to eat less calories per serving right and i don't think so like does a vegetarian boga have less of galaxies than a bogo would meet i guess so next time i go to high beezer something i've checked and then what else is different to what it's definitely way dino then india of course it'd be reaching the population of glass and then the city's he'll meet they were actually architect or they were purposely designed and then the services have which i'm not in that in india like every morning that real truck with russia underneath comes in on teen says that's not that india in almost all cases yeah plus the population here is reinvest so everything is easy easy to control that is true oh and i went to the mall deity and i was kind of shocking because in india and all the marlins a multi stories but as yeah it was flat and no longer do walk from one end to be though was kind of dying you need to increase just jamming a but yeah that's true it was kind of john and i think that's what this does so much be oh yeah it's fascinating how much sky i concede just because everything is flat yeah yeah but i think that's just because you're not in a city like onto yeah but in india most cities a crowd in that sense i got stuck in new blamed again on population right yeah but you know what i've realized they used on like we just gotta feed him in nineteen fifty seven and based on that i feel like india has come a long way because we were the biggest democracy see and we just started in terms of technology a pretty pretty advanced and yet dickstein do make major changes that just because of the hose struck a population but i feel like it's progressing yeah it is but this is a long way to go yeah but but the fact it'd be a stern moving ahead makes me so hope foot and i know what's going to be had but i only hope one day i can go back and actually had been doing it for him that is a dream but i feel like if you don't go back them at a position that's i guess that managerial lesser than you wouldn't get to make much difference that is true but hopefully by the time i graduated this no need to go and make a difference because it would have progressed adult but then i guess so what do we do mom and dad one i don't know i haven't talked to them about this i mean i am very grateful that they even sent sent me a study i didn't realize this delight pardon my other friends talk about it but not everyone's been a open defending them abroad to study and i'm just there's been a benz did that and i know how much is how much it's costing them this job and they have to go through just for me to be here and i hope i don't forget that you'll a treat him ideas of this everything they you know kind of forget that i see that now but what if i get too busy life and i forget how edgy each to at a 'em well then you just have to make sure that you don't deal says like this often so if you want to eat some you should get out of bed just shots in a few was you could maybe gopher ronald something yeah i've been meaning to go out on since it's not just audit you mean since two days ago yeah i just so no i can't do it on your skin i think i'm scared of getting lost you think you're going to get lost in city by the structure of talks you just go straight dicker left dick another lefty another left and you're back to bite you started oh yeah that is true i guess is and think about it okay that i guess i'm gonna go john oh and don't forget you've fallen just in case you take a night instead asked i'm not down by dan

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S1E06: Having a life outside "the engineering bubble"

The Inner Dialogue

17:40 min | 2 years ago

S1E06: Having a life outside "the engineering bubble"

"Honest conversations adjust steph honest then be they're not shaven do you see you the most honest conversations we would all can have other conversations you have with enough sun with offsides do it no dialogue i don't know but i didn't think engineering was going to be this a when i'm pretty sure you knew that you had heard so many people talk about it and you come from a country you up but gets a false to have engineering a new option if the guy you and then they tried to get in but then you realize it that's not what they're interested in and it do demanding and they brickstreet on the don draper tree yeah but you didn't choose engineering because you've taught at the school did you no i didn't i didn't choose to cause a politically school i so yeah i luxury that i wanted to go to software engineering but my mistake ended up jews in computer engineering in that is just one difference but i still like it like i wanna do i love computers and i want to know and understand how the world at a very basic level and start working on them and there's something that helps the whole or do something and that's why i want to be engineering so yeah i think i'm going love what a study but it's too it's too hard i thought everyone in university studies the same on but that's not true look at the people but i'm at from other factors these they have they have only a few hours of losses in all week and i have a date that starts at eight thirty and ends at five thirty every day and then don't forget the rookie supposed to do outside of lectures but yeah and that i feel like right now you wanna do volkov garden in the first two weeks of engineering would dig all my time and i just need to get a part time job do you have to you have to get a by dental yeah of course 'em at least him go out to buy something i would those all those into to be and then i am the johnson fee on top of that and that's that's what i think of see action cost of the thing that i'm going to buy is and that has made buying everything so hard to goose compared to india everything here in gender is more expensive and when a converted do what my dad actually paying for the things that i'm buying it just makes it impossible for me to actually enjoy something like i've only been able to buy things that are ready crucially necessary and i don't like that i need a button job just to cut all of that thinking that makes sense but do you think that if you get a part time job and you feel a dumb it's going to be more expensive than if you don't get it by them job and spend and everything you need to get yeah see i see i know that engineering is taking a lot of my time but i also think the best in a few hours left in which i could work and just walking for those few of us is going to save me a lot of stress that's coming from sources that are not education and i think if i start the job and my content lead people let me go no one's going to die my hands and done me that after keep walking i'm sure people understand how he so show i dunno i guess i love this stuff up but i think if i don't go to a job at the maximum they can do is not be me which is fair but i don't think they can get married arrested yes but then you could never get tired again by those pieces that that's true but you know what i said one detritus if i start in a mind if i start at the end of if i start working next month and by the end of october i wouldn't think i handle it and went to drop it and if that means that have to be something to get out of it or anything new about it if it's affecting my house but i can't nordstrom will devon negatives confused me then do it on okay so but see here's the thing when i say i've gone to not try it is different than i can try when i'm saying i could try it just says that i could try it but when i'm saying i've gone to notch try it i'm saying that notch trying is not an option you get what i'm saying yeah i get it i get why double negatives i use a but they just tripped me up you know it's like i'm walking on this month through it and suddenly trip that's what it feels like okay so i try not to you double negatives anyway back to the topic i think engineering is getting to stress the and i just think i like i just think it's not enough to put in more hours i just take i was in bedford it wasn't the best but the fact but other students don't study that much i ended up giving up the schedule of one person who study history of something i guess and he had a decent ride is completely off and on monday tuesday and wednesday he just had a couple of lectures 'em that's scary the fact that my i didn't look like a fulltime job and his looks like a constant long weekend yeah but you have to look at it this way i do i what you were doing does require more knowledge and you're not going to get the fruits of it you're not gonna get paid what you were and what do you what effort you put a now is going to give you a size that you deserve you don't have the good morning richard if you like the subject continue doing it yeah if you wanna change it you can think about that do and it's not wrong but you shouldn't just be motivated because someone as has more free time then you that's not that's one of the dumbest reasons to give up a new dreams wow i dunno dollars deeper not but i get do you mean you get you i wanna get into the whole laboratory for my dog do i know i know i'm talking to myself but i also know that i'm talking to you let's just leave it at that again yeah fine okay so you said you're going to get a part time job that i have like a black many positions on nine but i think it's time for me to just go in both and yeah i think going in person would give you modest let's go because i dunno i dunno how often do those companies who both spot dame postings even checked that a condo whatever whatever they were costumes results back yeah so i'm gonna go to the food services on campus in austin if they have any work for me yeah that sounds like a great idea a what about d i d desk oh yeah i missed the deadline to apply so i think i left to play next year and that seemed like a sweet job yeah it did i think i would really like walking lengthy idee desk good any second start getting some money through the food services for now yeah you should do that okay so do you want you start doing if start studying now i can't believe this so much to study all the time like i feel like i'm never done studying for example i have an feinman deadline tomorrow and then i get this next assignment tried after that and i have three assignment deadlines on monday and it's just so it's just so constant inside today i am on who's going to be study right yes you were almost all is going to be studying but if you plan your time and if you fall so such a get and actually do something other than staying in this engineering bubbler feels you can balance it out what do you mean engineering bob i mean do you do you notice how in las everyone on most all these just hang out together even after lectures they studied together and everything yeah it's not good i feel i should also do that well firstly i don't think you can study with other people you experimented with a not a two during high school yeah that is true like on study would be yeah and secondly i don't think you should do that i think you should study and when you have free time you should try to do activities where you're not found in the other engineers i second understand why yeah see so if you knew says the people who are not an engineering you're going to non so much about something that you have no clue of i kind of get it but i'm not going to non annoyed even from the people in engineering just because all of us are so different yeah see all of you are different but they also many similarities between the yeah like most of them on guys yeah apart from the fact that eighty percent of engineers and do a guy is there also oil interested in the same topics you that is why they're also in computer engineering but imagine if you win to the drama club of something and you might beat the who knew more about these other side of the gap is de other side of the and yeah i guess i would say didn't acknowledge and on the social topics and everything i see all i know about is math and numbers and bits in boone yeah so i think the fact that you're in an environment where you can access all of this information and all of this city easy see you should you should go out and see those ceases yeah but how do i do that well you could join some clubs or i dunno gopher events going for events sounds very scary because when you going for it man everyone's just that randomly what do you mean randomly cnn when you shop everyone's focused on what the club does right so if i go to the drama club everyone it'd be focused on trauma but if i go to an event most people are dead to socialize and not something you don't one yeah i don't just want to locate i dunno that censored but i don't i just don't want to socialize be i wouldn't do woken number something maybe get them from a different angle but not just talk to them because they want to talk to me about something might happen but something might come out of it yeah like something like a relationship is on i dunno i know this is like a stereotype with me but i just don't want to go in an environment where people are just that defined defined the deed something i know this is like i know this is something when my mind stuff but now i get what you're saying if you go to events which i mean demand for people to socialize such interactions among promises whereas if you go to a club meeting and everyone's that do talk about cheese a talk about trauma than you are talking about this like this one thing and as less room fall gendered socialization yeah see maybe i'm not wrong oh maybe i am fine but i'm doing which of and i'm going to an extreme though okay you know what you should do just take baby steps first thing you need to find a part time job then if you still have time which i which i doubt is yes but if the if there's some club something you enjoy that you like and you could you could fit your schedule and maybe joined the club and maybe after a dumb or do of doing this you get comfortable enough to even go an end those events and meet up the adult yeah yeah i don't have to i i've done everything right now as long as they take the resources available to me and use them within the next five years i think it would have made something good of my life yeah exactly so don't just thought about their mindset is not attending events and stuff maybe it's because you've suddenly come onto the wood and everything is in you so doing cfs so much yeah you're right okay so back to the county this assignment calculus

steph eighty percent five years two weeks
Electric Bookaloo: Arya III

Game of Thrones The Podcast

1:15:57 hr | 2 months ago

Electric Bookaloo: Arya III

"Welcome back to game of thrones to electric pook olu. My name is anthony this week. Features martin's co author. Elliot garcia elliott. I talk slash argue over a number of topics but somewhere in there we cover arias overhearing of various and alarios conversation. Elliott has a fascinating theory of his own about what that scene was originally meant and how we have to read it differently. Now that martin has extended the plot. Stephen i talk slash argue over my least favorite episode. Yes least favorite episode of the entire. Hbo adaptation and i'm including any episodes of season seven and eight and for my bird's eye view include a short conversation that i had with a fan from belgium so without further do here as elliot m garcia junior. So eliot. i'm really interested to hear your take on this chapter. It absolutely is the kind of chapter that you experience differently on a reread. I absolutely it's one of the inefficiential. Read when you read if you read the book series that you haven't Like there was a time when this the book. I read after give Wasn't anything else available. Yob once you get river on was he goes over. All of the series You start putting together pieces. Knee realize But this was a very pretentious and very important ticker episode towards a greater story of these firem- what's going on behind. The scenes isn't immediately evident. Let me just do a quick synopsis of the chapter and then we can kind of fill in the details. Aria is chasing cats again. She has designs unin especially cunning tom. When she is confronted by marcella and tom in lancaster confuse her for a low born. Boy and leonard guard tries to grab her but aria is too fast and pushes tom into the floor before escaping out a narrow window she runs through the mazes of the red keep until she finds herself in a dark cavern filled with monstrous skulls. Aria steals her courage and runs toward a door to discover a large cistern with a spiraling zehr case she over. Here's a confrontation between two mysterious men. After overhearing several details she can't quite discern she hides follows them and listens a bit more. Finally she follows a tunnel out the castle grounds and makes her way back to her father's room. Ned scolds her and refuses to listen to her story. They're interrupted by urine. Who has news for ned. Aria leaves wondering if her father's life is in danger. The you wanna talk. The character theme a plot point. Or shall you and i climb the ladder of chaos as opposed to the way letter chaos. Because it is. It is the chaos of creativity among variation We start getting the story from georgia. How fire came to be the story of how he the first thing he had was finding a dead dire will do in the summer snow right and not launched into writing a few chapters but he was still working hollywood and then he decided to write. This trilogy already hit trilogy. Just to include people in who don't know the story. Originally asong advice fire was meant to be a trilogy exactly and many thought. Maybe it's maybe it's not three books. Maybe it's four bucks right. Yeah and then. And then he'll launched into a second book a kasha kings and very soon in the process he realized although i'm wrong this is more than four books as well and he stopped everything. He said he stopped his work and he started a outlining. And and sort of structuring of biggie. Of it exactly how he was going to get. There's at it's six books. Val he starts six books for very long. Time is now seven. Maybe it'll be more. I don't know i can't say anything. I won't say anything. Love that but he. But basically i wrote a book. He's a phase Originally is six folks and he's created a pretty broad lab. He's trying to stick to as best he can. So a game of thrones is a book that was born out of initial trilogy. At the end of it he got asked running a little long cut off some of it l. Put it at the start of the the next book but what always struck them up. This particular bit is. How was george going to make the whole story move quickly. What did he think was going on. What is it artif- things at. He added when he said okay. Six eighty to ad. I know i have the mean story. Fred's that i wanted to do. They're gonna take longer than i fought so i have to fill in got had to create additional plots to kind of fill in the story at around the year about making ninety nine. Two thousand were communicating. George regularly or websites. Were doing Heraldry were doing. We're answering questions. Were happening out mistakes and he sometimes like you know. He's using us for help them. Like remember detail read it. He had written earlier and all that stuff and he said you know. I just oughta row completing the to gary and family tree because what he started even owns he like he had started writing. He said i'll create the the list of kings l. dot donald details but he didn't have a whole family tree right and it's a. It's a tangled family extremely. It's extremely Julia caldians had nothing on them And and another thing that i developed out of that and it has to do with the hedge knight lucia britain in the prequel. Kind of to fire is he. Greets whole block fire thing right the backfires. The black fires did not exist for air to sometime around the end. The plastic so so one of the things that made him think this is bigger than i thought was the sort of the backfire pretenders that we that we meet toward the end of dan. I guess we throughout dance right. Yeah well. At least we believe there. Thurs the possibility of maybe even. But you know. I all. I bet i own. Beside at george's is drawing. Authorities fire started at a little bit as a kind of awarded. Roses made into fantasy shirt and he knows the history doors roses. You did have pretenders jordan pretending to be Mother princess tower And so on. So i i think georgia okay great. I'll throw from out. I'll have pretender prince and that'll be part of the story. So vis pretender prince will we discover tyrian Meet scenario when he learns about he's gonna go meet griffin. He needs his young griff who is apparently prince agin son of regard yeah Always detailed around. Have i said okay. We'll wait a second. George didn't invent any of that. Would he was running rooms. He had no idea about it. There's no way are you could have overheard any of those details in this conversation because the steel have not been invented yet right exactly. Yeah exactly so but then the question is what is what are they doing. I think boris delirious role initial trilogy. And what are over. Here's is perhaps very different from what be towards. The gardner ended up developing out about shirt so to me like this. This is this is like one of the most intriguing pieces of the puzzle about what the story would have. Been to begin with and i have i have this notion personally and this is again. I wanna clarify because we. I've never discussed as george. I don't have any insight beyond the things that he has told. Elliott garcia independent thought. Absolutely the My belief is that georgia's initial idea. Was that boris leroy. You were going to tie into the others and the white walker that they were wittingly. Or unwittingly puppets of who's ever attacking for beyond the wall. Oh my god that they were destabilizing realm just in time for the white walkers be ready to make your attack so interesting. That's my idea. I and i have some elements that i think made high into it. Akasha kings as i mentioned georgia starting to write it and then he kinda paused to flesh out his six shark. Bittered occur and we have the classic kings we have tyrian. Parking devore's boras talking about the occasion in which he was gelded. into eunuch. At a sorcerer in the free cities did it who his members of fire and the fire turned to blue flame and his strange frightening voice came out of it. He doesn't know what happened. I think this is a remnant of george was going with a vet somehow. Boris had had sorceress. Contact with this child after even been affected by this sorcery contacting be uppers. That's my idea so basically interesting all right. So let's let's talk about some of the the little details here that would support this particular yup suggestion so we're suming and i think we assumed correctly that aria over here's various and alario talking. That's absolutely i think. The best evidence of rio of the description. The fat bigger veran try. You know a forked yellow beard at the free cities. accent. I believe there's also mention of his walking out the detail i think curio. Yeah yeah he walks on the balls of his feet. 'cause he's at he's water. Dancer interest excellent. And of course various. I mean he talks about little birds and he seems to know everyone's business and we know he. He loved disguises and interesting. That he's called a sorcerer whether that's tongue in cheek or not yeah so. I think that we're pretty on safe. Ground with that. Absolutely but then the second thing to note here is that timing seems especially important to these to various basically says and i apologize if i'm mispronouncing. I always say various here. You saying virus. And i'm thinking well normally i wouldn't think twice but now i'm talking to ellie garcia screw. Think yeah to be honest We were saying you're reading these books before we ever contacted doors. That will we contacted george. It was all emai- emails a member. We develop our nation's long before we talked georgia a even. Now people tell you. Why did he call Status not stone or or or whatever it is as well. This is how we've always said it at the time. I said you know. Say how we want is no pronunciation. Guide for reason whatever's comfortable so that's funny i teach i teach Ancient languages. And so i tell my students just pronounce it however you want to pronounce these are ancient languages. We we have guesses about how they are pronounced but Anyway so various says something along the lines of atkin forestall this a little bit. maybe. But i'm not i'm not going to be able to hold back the tide the lion and the wolf. We're going to right at each other's throat like pretty soon you know it could be. It could be a couple of days. It could be a week but nets absolutely gonna find out the truth and that's going to start a war and larios basically saying you gotta delay. You've got a delay. We're not ready for warrior right so that that much. I think we can sort of up to fact that these two are they absolutely want to use a war to their benefit right but the question about that is the timing. There's there's the timing of the war is crucial all right so then building from that of course we have to ask the question. Why why do these to think that the timing of a civil war will benefit them. And i think that maybe as the story progresses it benefits them because there's this black fire intrigue that they have to put in place as they wanna put a you know a a hidden target syrian on the throne. Something like that right But you're suggesting that that that could not be the case because george has not invented that yet. Yeah that's exactly it might be. I don't think that i am search. I mean for example if you need to hedge night There's not a whisper. Dissolve a hit but the black ever existed is until the second story after georgia's already by tails out the word backfires invention. A soma swords is the first reference suit. When he said he wanted to valley. I mean he sent us that family tree back then and we saw this black fire and we saw a goal rivers bitter steel. I time all for that matter. We saw renewed rivers For the first time in that tree. So george did not have them in mind until he didn't fight. Imprinted brennan rivers is a whole other thing about the shape of the story of course because if he didn't exists i actually talked about this particular point like you know. I knew that he had created a family tree and yet brenner. Rubers is going to have this big rule in these magical side of the story. And i asked him like. He didn't have had like did you or did you have him in houston bureau. How he worked he said well the answered it said you know i. I knew would be someone like him. I didn't really know one like him. That would exist. Who would be connected to the flight crew ravi on the wall so yeah it to me. It's it's a it was happening. The timing is managed because it's clear but they're leading to us. I think Viscera and the nears as An initial wedge into complex to what they want to do. But i think the whole point is to do something alirio. Honest my view. This is when i read. I consider hilario is he is. He may not be in the same position. As far as i could see him. Believing but varzi are tight and they know exactly what each other is planning effort. Boris's using aereo because of whatever's going on Magically or whatever But certainly we see this early on the first danny chapter. I believe for second in a game of foods what she thinks about the first one where alirio calms down tells. The hillary was waiting to exhale as a king and she says you know she could see his slice mild. He's heated respecters. He was just using serious. Rizzo purposes. I think all of that is to endorse. Continue to use that. Even as a story ended up shaping. Differently and boris louis ended up having would i think was a different role to still so trying to stabilize realm. But now it's my view is is is. Boris is putting into practice. The idea that you what matters is in the in the nature versus nurture. It's hundred percent. Nurture his you. You can make king. You can train someone to be a game at it. He trained and raised them from infancy. Say you are prince egan. Who's to say. They are actually taken right. All so It will changed. I wasn't almost anything is when he goes further is a i don't do was if it was a couldn't o'brien did you see The game of thrones show like post postgame affixing of kuhnen. I haven't seen and they had called lil as one of the people had all the cast and calm with. Phil shared something that george told him about. Boris oh i've seen this ultimately like he has good intentions or something like that. Yeah which is a very interesting. I mean i must have gold another fifty birds. That light has your headache with you. Know the this is. Obviously someone who i i guess endorses view. He is someone who is the ends justified. A means perhaps. I think there's all of i think a lot of people may have arguments about were morally. Boris can be actually fundamentally good. When you consider what the birds are and what's being done to to. Yeah and he wants a misprint. Like he keeps on. He says i want them especially young right. Exactly there's something like look. I needed to train these sort of the spy network from the time that they're tiny creatures which you know you think about his own childhood and how how young he was when he was used by the evil men of his his own society. I think the viruses someone something like sort of the ends justify the means when it comes to these things. He says what i what i can do. I will the one with the torch. Said softly i must have gold and another fifty birds so in other words alario is funding. Whatever whatever versus doing alarios funding and he's also providing him with children to the tune of fifty at a time. It's disgusting when you think about so All right yeah. That's gosh it's interesting to me that he's he's looking at the chessboard. And he's not really putting any pieces in place yet but the chessboard has to just right before he decides to enter the game. Yeah that's i certainly interested in about was things that many people assumed with Earlier by log you know if one hand can die wine on a second. Yes you have the death before a lobby will. Did agassi read this. Initially in forgiven roses. Oh they must be the ones behind the death. John attention from george leaving mystery. You've you different this to kind of primary. Mostly i guess technically sort of views you can have on it. Which is there's alirio. Neither cocky about it kind of But a hand has died and you dances dass before suggesting that var various had something to do or maybe he was the person behind the death of john. Aren right yeah and then. There's the endoscopy did it which is obviously the starts kind of focus on. It seems obvious that the latest they and why and they end up. The unending ends up discovering why it happened. He thinks then we are later. Told in osama swords a different narrative which is a very different eh. basically it makes it makes it all seem Borba tragic On accident but since it was poisoning but it was a somewhat. There's someone else who's actually moving chess visas around. Well so jon orn. I mean we have. At least three different motives. One is the search. C has a motive to keep her secret so that her son remains a legitimate. Braff you on the throne. You've got varis. Because if we know that john was against trying to assassinate danny and so then the question is. Is that that stan behind. It does various. Have a motive. Here to de stabilize and control robert and therefore he get get a kid jon-arne out of the way and then of course we we find out later. Is that that leisa aren. Wants her husband dead because she wants to be with her love little finger and little finger wants to sow chaos and so those two are behind. Yeah so i mean. I've i've kind of been working from the assumption. That leisa is beyond it. And that is why sort of martin drops little hint that they're called the tiers of lice. Sort of as a literary just a just a little literary breadcrumbs. Not not that not that the in world tiers of ice were named after leisa or vice versa. But that sometimes martin likes to drop these little bread crumbs. That don't mean anything at the time. But then you go back and you you like. Oh i see. He's got something in mind. Here was in a similar vein. Three goto Catalyst chapter do we see their eliza steers waterfall. So that could never interested. Adored is play. A you know it's absolutely Will arou- certain sounds and names. We using them if you've read. His overwork siddons units thousand. Worlds does a a toffee. Lot is jeffrey. Lyon was you can kind of see a joffrey and lancaster kinda thing going he does. We use certain meters a song for lila. Which has a role in a eliah which is already may rob. Czar leanna george Georgia's review things. So i mean the idea that it might amuse him might work to his offer real creative mind to kinda so seeds in in the language he uses is is not off. I think. I think there's there's a point remade bear i certainly. I mean it's absolutely the case. That did it because of little finger. A little finger definitely has a big role in suggesting it in helping her do it. And i don't see where else he should have gotten that Says the maistre seemed entirely where it was going on so to me. I mean it's it's such a perfect mystery. George did the death john because he does such a good job of laying out different possibilities and leaving it seating little hints along the way so he gets you at the end and you realize not for many people didn't quite but they own of course 'cause he would be that there are things of lists story but didn't make sense and now they do as soon as you're expectedly Look at it. So boris but i mean going back to boroughs earlier. You i mean at this stage would you think. Oh yeah. they must have a rule in it. but it's directly contradictory to what you're saying right now that the war happening right now. What glee and wiesel were happening I believe bora says you know the the has the book and salim matter of time. He's the bastard and it could be a day could be two days but it could be a fortnight but it's absolutely he's dead's absolutely going to find out the truth at some point and it'll probably be soon. I have a question for you. And it's a question that i get asked by lots of people and i never have a good answer forward but maybe you will because you ask george these kinds of questions so this is more of a question about how much of a gardener is how how much of a gardener we actually dealing with here. So here's the question that i get asked right. So george has seen how shows story arcs concluded and how that was received. How much will that. Let's just call that like the world's largest focus group right so the world's largest focus group has been tested. But i guess the question is this after the world's largest focus group has sort of given the verdict that this is how we've received season you know. The outcome of the song of ice and fire is george. The type of gardner who will think Maybe we'll maybe. I'll go different direction. take ticket different course of action here to see where that goes or is he the kind of garden. That's kind of stubborn. That says nope. That's my outline. Nice store only works this way. I'm going to continue going. And i'm going to tell the story in a way that satisfying to me. So do you have any insights into that at all like. Do you think that. George will change the n. dean based on this giant focus group That happened at the end of season. Eight no no. but i- dorchester said all along. He's kinda he has the end in mind he's always had hit a mind From from from the pilot was originally tool. If he i guess he had a sense of safety by time he did a fuller outline for six seat. He knew kind of the main characters. A what i will say. I think is is that think of a how often he talked about the show needing more time know. Ten ten seasons postseasons would have been good for him. It was just trying to buy time for writing his book. It was also because they were cutting out. Things were that his vite integral to how the nba happen. Yeah okay and a big complete of a lot of people who needle and i stopped watching after season five I just knew. I knew i know what happened. Because i i live on the internet but The the main they saw is that some of the developments an final set of episodes were felt so rushed and sudden. He came out of and they say oh. It didn't come out of nowhere. We had paints here advair. But i think what people react accused. They didn't feel like there was a core of emotional truth to in particular What happens to narrow didn't field where she went. Fits the arc of her character up to that point George has i think lead the seeds for it in a wave. Are i mean even in a desert dragons Her final chapter where he thinks about how her mistake was trying to make peace in prior to be peaceable dragon dragons or for war off. That's a really interesting as a really because to me. It's like it's very for booting as well. Because you're starting to see is shaping her head that she's not there to be a peaceful queen she's a queen for war mcqueen for fire and blood and that will have i think georgia's intention is at the next books books book seven if there needs to be gate gate will start giving you choppers in her head showing about develop more and more progress to worship at the point where you have see what happens at the end of the tv show happening to her in a way. That feels much more earned. Don't let me put words in your mouth. But what i'm hearing is that george has outcomes in mind and we can probably take it to the bank that. He's not going to change anyone's outcome. It's just the way that george will get. These characters to their ultimate outcome will be in a way that satisfying to george. And we'll and we'll have to wait and see if it satisfying to the fans. I think that's fair enough. Yeah yeah yeah okay. I i've you know. Elliot i you know. Season six's one of my favorite seasons of the show. I don't know if you know if you've ever you would ever consider revisiting the adaptation. I have heard that season six was was improvement overseas in five. But then then i hear seen seven eight were for many people were many for many people. Absolutely i mean but let's also keep in mind that the numbers only ever increased the numbers for watchers. I mean there is a lot of vocal people on the internet but the numbers only ever got bigger so they were doing something. That and i will say this. Even though season eight was largely panned there were moments in season eight. That were just gorgeous. And i thought for me i can kind of you. This final seasons as an iteration in the way that maybe like a fan fiction could be like an iteration of the outcome of a story. I enjoyed them for what they are. It doesn't necessarily ruin. The story arcs. That came before but i i was always just in it for the fun anyway. No i i think what to be really started As showed on i became the second season was the first of inklings of Going to be as as going into way. What i want but i mean i was happy with second inferred but i think a lot of it is a deputation is a conversation. I guess between those adapting and the creator And it's what the adapters take out of it. What they choose to focalise Becomes what we receive as viewers. Overwork of recreation. And i felt as time went on that david dan and this may be. This may partly be the was just the nature of making billon television in hollywood and they were very spectacle focused. Yes i think. I totally buy but there were some really amazing moments but i think that's because the dan foucused on moments there's a critic because myles mcnutt Who talked about this. I met were. Maybe maybe there's a leandra either rosen critic. Talk about it but would they would. They felt i felt that this led to salt kind of watching as they were so focused on hitting st spectacular moments. Don't mean there's does. I know his famous image from the final episode of the nearest coming down the steps and through goods wings coming out undulation. His wing demon And the composition. How mazing and to me. It's a it's a great image but it's it's like it's like taking a hammer did wacky over the head with with tried to say because you could see but they love the image but build missile much. I didn't matter to them wherever they were just on the head. Or if they were trying to be settled. And i feel like that's what made me disenchanted towards the end. And i think that's what makes it different like i mean if you look at these crows the reception piece rose Among critics time was really positive. I mean he george dot his pie magazine was talking to him. Was america's talking came on the street from the feast for crows because to me as interesting Despite how difficult is genesis because In some ways it's the most sort of leery of novels. Yeah because it is so the theme of the piece because of the Down destruction to corruption that the falling apart of society through everything. Everything has it From the melancholy of the the captain of guards opening chapter. Where can store and a sitting there and he's you can practically smell blood oranges falling to the ground and and and he's waiting for something he's waiting for. His brother has been killed all the way through to genie at the end burning. His sister's letter He doesn't want to help her. All of those things had such a cohesion tube and the word about moments the word about shocking you the next big spectacle. It was a must for character focused approach. I hear what you're saying. I i think for the most part. I do agree. I think the question is whether or not you're still emotionally connected to the story like for me that moment when danny walks down the stairs and you see drug on wings behind her it worked for me. Oh man. I worked for me because i'm still emotionally connected where i think a lot of fans were like. They were pretty pissed that that the way that danny's character win i from the very beginning. I thought with danny when she sees a problem in the world and she wants to fix it her her method for trying to fix. That problem is to grasp for more power so that she can control the the the bad guys and i always think well. That's a very target area and move. You know you see a problem in the world and now you're going to grasp for more power so that you can throw back the bad. That's kind of move that someone like mary. Mass doors go into absolutely critique. So i don't know i always thought with danny that was sort of. She was going to become something of a tyrant from the beginning. Oh so. I think a lot of fans didn't like that about her. She they wanna danny to in the end be benevolent dictator and i. I didn't think that was gonna be an option for her argue. The point i. I definitely think a lot of people didn't have a real sense of stories go. Is that at. That's baggage chapter at the end. The that's georgia's obscures. George get if out hit you over the head with it that she started thinking at direction. But that's that doesn't work for her to treasure things so to be. I think bruce fans did get that who are who are still unhappy with. It's just a sense that it was rushed. I think they did. I mean even to the point where they were proud of the fact. A dude are peter's injuries talked with the back. Like you know. Emilio saying i don't understand. I didn't understand some scenes and how they wanted me to play her at. I tried to ask information and would be too late as we wrote it at. Obesity risk tried to say. Oh let's have her convey that she has this dragged like wall soc- in her and his tyranny insider heart. But i'll tell her actress that list teller play at ami about debate. Beat i think some of the stuff that i think are just mistakes that new producers make some of it. I think our sign set. They may be didn't think fruit or relationship to actors and how what actors the actors themselves to writers on he also for writers characters do what they want them to do. And that's it. There's no there's no arguing your character argue of you while. Sometimes he do some some writers talk about characters that way but they don't argue with them and offers listened to them but a bet that's a severe waverly exercise but i think there's aspects of where i kind of wonder if someone else had running the show could've gone differently or someone who just wanted to continue running the show four seasons were handling it off to someone else. I feel like i feel like i honestly do feel like if there was a fan who was really great editing and came in and just use the material that they show runners have provided with season season. Six through eight. I think that you could probably in the editing room. Come up with a pretty decent conclusion to that story Not one that george would have envisioned no different than one. That just has. The character beats just evolve in a little differently. You know. i think one more episode in season eight really might have done it for me with denarius. Yeah that's how i feel. But maybe i'm in the minority. Here i loved. There's so much about those seasons. That i loved that i was willing to forgive the sort of unforced errors that they brought to it. Yeah i i can certainly see. The point is certainly didn't feel that. I mean i think people can't just ignore the fact it was you know watched and talked about show all the pilot Roy i get. It is what it is. They struck a chord. They were able to hold onto people. But sometimes things get cord that perhaps however falls I mean even even as the buyer has has its flaws in was strikes according to people As somehow didn't watch it. I i have a sense. Of why producer decided slighted. I know wait critics pad. But let's say they stephanie. See why people enjoyed it. Even people who recognize that it was flawed. Let me just in a short time. We have remaining. I wanna revisit. The chapter olias. So i'm going to read this little passage here and i want to sort of throw my immediate reaction at unc. What you say. This aria is Hiding in the dark she hunkered down in the dark against a damn stonewall and listened for the pursuit but the only sound was the beating of her own heart and the distant drip of water quite as a shadow she told herself she wondered where she was when she had first come to king's landing she used to have dreams about getting lost in the castle. So now she's going to recount. Her dreams. Father said the red keep was smaller than winter fell but in her dreams it had been immense and endless stone maze with walls that seemed to shift change behind her. She would find herself wandering down. Gloomy halls pass faded tapestries descending endless circular stairs darting through courtyards over bridges. Her shouts echoing unanswered. In some of the rooms the redstone walls would seem to drip blood and nowhere. Could she find a window. Sometimes she would hear father's voice but always from a long way off and no matter how hard he ran after it would grow fainter and fainter until it faded into. Nothing and aria was alone in the dark number. One as i read that it's written a little bit like a horror scene. A scene in like a horror novel. And then i think because neds voice features and then fades in that in that section. I wonder if george is foreshadowing. Neds ultimate death. What do you think about that. A neds voice features worlds Yes She says well she's going through castle and like some of the. The rooms are like covered in blood. So you're i mean certainly king's landing is a dangerous an ominous brace a place of of mazes and and she's calling for her father's voice and she can hear her father's voice but it's always distant and she can never get an answer and then finally it fades into nothing right and i wonder if this is sort of georgia's way of foreshadowing neds death. I i think so. I absolutely i mean In brands chapter when Be here of the death of ned. Emilia they have to go down into crypts and reconised there because he had young sandri is open get. His father was coming these folk. We have branded remember what we spoke about. Was the voice of meds. Presence is so important to his children about of course the his do debate is going. It seems to house some sort of psychic quality magical quality that these sort of Not is absolutely horrifying. Georgia's a master of being the mood. he sets it in his stories. And this i mean. Hit the whole soul passages is beautiful of writing i think. And but at georgia's able to use it to create hints to make you thinking even if you don't you reading in the moment she's lost. You're you're kind of caught up you're going to we'll see we'll just go on. Rewrite asset. Continue on to to what happens is was what's gonna happen dory but it's very back. Your head sub with that language is floating back there of his voice weeding away and he oh forget it and when he dies and then when you get echo from brand learning from slough in order to find a sculptor who knows her followers like this Because riggan had that they will be. They spoke to him knobs. I george does. It does so many character or for shadow dinner Catlin staring into friendly's armor in classic things and seeing a drought woman So many others so no absolutely. I think george. George absolutely new unity was changing the story As he wet that. Ned was dead ned about this is a central feature of her. Which had he wanted to help. Protagonist that you. What were attached to. And he'll kill him because he's gonna show but he was playing games at the lane fourteen weeks and I well. I love that passage Yeah i think you're right. It is beautifully written and it really does give you the sense that the red keep is this. Dangerous haunted place You also get the sense. That in that chapter aria is in the room with all the dragon skulls and she says she knows that they're dead but there's something that is there there's a presence there does not love her and you get the sense. Okay what am i am i should how should i read. Read this as well dragons or magic in there are. There's like some sort of dark magic down. There were all those dragon. Schools are or is it. Just wait arias feeling you read it both ways but in but it does the same thing really does it. Brings you to this idea that. There's this king's landing something of a haunted place and that's how we should look at it. From a stark perspective. Dangerous haunted place. I disagreed observation. Because i mean a lot of the story is haunted by the ghosts of together. His past past the mad keying regar- reguarly news The it's deniro's has her own vision of in her dreams of of workings landing his like i. I didn't think about this but until you we discuss it. But i mean we talk about kingsland lanny's labyrinthine as of affairs. I think also. Of course george visits a similar kind of feel in kings generis when she's among the the warlocks in. Yeah the at. There's at does even if he would hear voices distantly replied to lead her away. And you're these these passages concept. Endless passages keeps trying to find her way through it George fines resident is a story Years backed one of his thousand worlds stone city was a highly recommend. It's great short science fiction story about this enormous ancient of city in which the main character the being cut running away from some for weekend and he gets lost at his maze. Its any bielby. But there's ghosts very liberal but in your imagine it could be like there's something eerie about it and georgia's so good at creating the sense of uranus and making it part of the thematic of what's going on the story so you know i got the right key really captures out up. It is passage. Because george really wants to get you into aureus mindset to see through her ruled field. What she's feeling as language choice of how he describes things kind of gives you that As i think he's really a master should be atmosphere of things. It's women things like my favorite chapters tend to be really heavy of the atmosphere. Casuarinas really people virgins feelings ever. It's the the pit of the stomach of when poor quenton. Martell is trying to work up the nerve to try and steal the dragon and it's going to go wrong the compel you know it. You know it he. He practically knows it but he's so good at it he said i Yeah so One of the things that we do this podcast as we talk about the show differences And then we'll talk about the any major introductions in both cases when arias downstairs it really is a the first introduction to you know the the physical presence of dragons even though it's just skulls we've heard about dragons we've tearing reads about dragons we've heard about the uses of dragon bone and we've met danny's eggs already and whatnot but in this absolutely real. These are not creatures that a myth in georgia's world's these are artifacts of dragons that are you know enormous and their teeth or like swords and whatnot so introduction to you know actual dragon to the first and then the show difference that either that that struck me the most was that aria really does to hide in one of these skulls to overhear the conversation. The conversation's much shorter. There's less detail in the conversation right for sure. The dragon schools feature so prominently in the show. That it's almost like you've you've done a to make that room feel believable. Yeah why not. Just have the whole scene in that room right right. Oh yeah that's a really good choice of the economy. Faces is a lot battered. Certain times where they set is the one offset. It's time well-timed winning needles. I mean boost. Skulls were featured Yo they had various exhibitions but they did. I reign lawsuits. Yeah and the and the dragon. Skulls are always kind of president as one of the big banks to show all the one difference era. It's kind of funny. But i never understood why. We didn't make the skulls block. Yeah they're supposed to be black absolutely. Yeah we'll never asked him. Why based up to is sort of boone color Black it it would look you see. Receiver will look that sort of a museum. And you look at the reconstructed dinosaur skeleton or whatever it is. They tend to be be starts Booms i don't know it was is is one of those weird things. One people this chapter that this is the first chapter in which area is mistaken to be a boy interesting. Tom and does it. And then the guard visit. And i you know maisy williams even your does it toward the end urine slack. You must be. This must be your son right. Yeah he was very important to it towards her bus chapter and the book as well That was a great. I mean we reading aguirre frozen reading the end of her chapter For the first time and not knowing so waiting for classic kings and not knowing what happens next Quite the quite the thing As menacing figure of an eye keeps calling her boy. Oh boy oh my god all right man appreciate your time. Yeah no no much of really great hockey. This episode is brought to you by. Hp plus in a world full of smart devices shouldn't printer be smart to it is with hp plus these printers. No when they're running low so you always get the inky me delivered right when you needed. Plus you save up to fifty percent on inc so you can print whatever you want as much as you want anytime you want. That is pretty smart. Get six three months of instant inc when you choose. Hp plus conditions apply visit. Hp dot com slash. Smart for details and stephen. I talk about episode three of season. Four this breaker of chains. This is when sonza escapes with dante. Samson's guilio away. Dario is danny's champion. And then you have this. Horrific scene between jamie and sursee in the set of baylor is comic. Steve osborne steve. This is my least favorite. Game of thrones episode. Wow okay i have not watched the last season for awhile. It's probably been over a year. Since i watched the last season. And they were cub bulldogs in that season. So it's hard to say but this is. This has gotta be my top three at least really. Yeah anelle when. I got all kinds of things to talk about. Let me rapid fire. Through the things i didn't like and then we kind of get it out of the way we begin with jaffrey's face you sure okay just when you thought that you're out of the woods that's right. I thought we were done with. Jaffrey's is no that's true. I think there's a if i can quote correctly. It was the escape. Seemed a little bit disney to me and i think it might have been the music but it all seemed a little bit like and no young adult fiction kind of. I don't know. I just kind of tiptoeing through this city and getting on a boat and all that business they get in the boat and then like all the sudden. It's foggy it's like. It's a clear day and then of course you know Little finger shows up and brings a blanket of fog with him. Just because he's so mysterious. Or something i don't know i mean in the world of smoke babies dragons. A fog is really the the hangup spent a lot of my life around bodes notion and i know that a fog you know fog can in pretty quickly true and the right conditions. I and i thought that was resurrection. No problem on the problem in general. Dont'a sucks. I just think he totally. He is as a character as an actor. You did you. Don't need them very much. He does what he needs. He did what he needed to do but he he really sucks and then strong feeling sorts. Don i just don't like don tos and so you should like this episode because he's dispatched fairly well. He gets it right in the face in the face right in the face like everything that you're complaining about you it resolves immediately all right i will say that i was just starting to like jamie unlike the hound. Okay oh okay so This'll be a good talking point. All right i just. I was like in those two characters and I liked the sound a little bit less at the end of this episode. And i like jamie a lot less at the picture. I think that's okay. I think that that's important Salmon gillies sam is just. He's returning to his cowardly ways. Well that's kind of same thing because just now catching up to this character. I i guess this is great this year. You and i are gonna like mckay great. I'm okay with davos. i think deva's may be the only thing that's the enemy of davos opinion right. I'm yeah i'm okay with who's out there like. Oh man i'll tell you what. Oh thank god. It's a i'll tell you. what about davos. He's like he's one of the few characters there's just good. He's he's a good guy right. Seems like it seems like he's he's just an ethical man in a sea of mediocrity in terror. And but i think that he's maybe he's not as complicated as he should be. Because of that. Maybe that will. I think that's the beauty of it right is like there's a certain element of like anytime we see somebody who seems to have a you. Know maybe a heightened sense of ethics. Take your pick on a start. Their dispatch fairly quickly. This guy has had every opportunity to do that. in fact he's he's ethics himself right into harm's way. All the time and keeps getting spared by the people are trying to kill it so it's like the complication of his narrative is like he should be dead by. Yeah he should you. He should be dead like four times over. But i feel like his argument was stanislaw. They've had like nine times. You know. I'm done with the argument at this point I was really good so the argument is to you. What any torture scene for theonest. Yeah i i could do with a couple more towards the scenes and a few less conversations about the lord alight i was really invested in this ogrin taiwian face off and this kind of through a wet. I felt like this episode through a wet blanket over. It like taiwan's just gonna they're just gonna sort of making alliance and added. I wasn't super happy about that. Lady elena was a bright spot. I always like lady alanna. I thought she was great. But anyway i had enough other things that i didn't care about. And in addition to that we see jamie rape surgery and that probably colored my opinion of the entire episode yet. I will say that. There's an interesting element of that rape saint because it's it's rape I don't. I don't know if i'm supposed to interpreted as okay. This was a big deal when it happened because the director alex graves basically came out and said i didn't think it was rape. That's not how. I feel like directed the scene and everyone else was like Do that's right so so it's it contributed to rape culture in that way just because the director kind of unwittingly thought that sure you anyway. I feel like he's trying to direct it in such a way that it it's Being like maybe not in front of joffrey so it's interesting because it reads less. I'll have to go read this passage again in the books. I haven't read it in a while. But if i remember correctly sursee she says she. They shouldn't do it in front of the gods like she. She feels a little bit weird. Like dude we're in a church like the gods are watching us. But i mean the way that graves interprets this whole thing. S pretty jarring. That scene was pretty jarring. So yeah anyway. Okay well no. That's fair So what are you look back about. It few said my piece all right well. We'll catch next episode. I a i. Here's what i think is important about the About jamie and the hound and how you feel about them and this actually. This was caused a very lengthy conversation between. They're still very much in the. You're jamie and you're rooting for redemption. You're wasting your time rights. He's already convent's he's already convinced. That jamie is irredeemable. And she feels the hound as maybe a touch more sympathetic maybe because of circumstance but she sees them both as either in the sociopathic realm on that side of the fence to the degree that it's like any good they do She uses sort of like yeah. It's like they're doing good or they try to do good for the helpless so to speak Or at least what they're set a values or are very select. The very circumstantial and at least they have moments where they're trying to do that right. But in general they're pretty. They're both pretty selfish people right and so the idea that because 'cause he saves brienne from a bear somehow we're seeing a turn is she. She just thinks that's folly and i. I was a little more convinced. Obviously in these episodes but i was also appointed. I think a bigger point that i was trying to make and it goes to something that you had to say about. Okay sam. let's say yes so going back to what you said about sam. I think that there's an element all three of them we can. We can draw a parallel. You said sam is seems to be back to being more cowardly and yeah. He's real brave when he's not at the wall or at least he shows bravery he's brave when he can stab someone in the back with that and there but the thing is he did go and and take gilly much to his own risk right and the same thing when you look at jamie and sam returning kind of to the the confines to which they are maybe a little bit more accustomed. They fall back into their kind of standard roles right. I mean jamie's the thought being that. I guess if you just removed jamie from king's landing if there was a shot at redemption. That might be the way to do it. Well let me let me. Just say all joking aside sort of give sam his do. He fled with gili into like very perilous circumstance. He killed the big daddy. He defended the the woman he loves and he came back and he basically challenged thousands of years of religious conviction. You know all of the tradition of the night's watch he he reinterprets the oath. That's all very courageous. I feel like that character has should have turned. And i don't want to underplay the courage of that but your point is taken like. He's back he's back at this place where he can default to cowardice right right and so yes. I think that that's important for the hound and jamie to have that element and you've mentioned in one of our conversations about like well. Maybe you're trading rob for jamie in the narrative and and in this complicates right. Because it's like letting rob ain't yeah this. This isn't the guy that's gonna make everything better. And i think a story has been trying to make me feel more empathy and sympathy for jamie shirt right. You've seen him in a different light. I see his killing of the mad king. There there's an alternate story on that brian's entire entire arc was supposed to humanize both of those characters and all the sudden. He's raping sister. Like i i just yeah. Because he's he's the same guy that because at the core even if it was consensual he's totally down for insets yet though. So that's something to keep in. Mind that if it was a please and thank you moment. That's still a problem right. So he's very flawed If he had come back and he had resisted anything from sir. Ac- i would suggest okay. Well now we're now we're cooking with some with the news that have ingredients but he comes back in. It's like look. I'm not a fighter. Used to but still still horny for family. Well you're right. I mean jamie's a bad dude. Son is dead right there. That's his son right. Let's not put that like and he's we've never seen a moment of where he's ever felt like any responsibility affection towards them and i think that that's a pretty important element to all. This is like. He's complicated the kingdom and he doesn't even care about the kit what i mean. There's never been an element of lag. Adds my responsibility now. Maybe that's typical for fathers than but you would think that there would be some element It's shame i son i'd sensors. He seems to have to remind him. Yeah he's not great. He's not great. But i would argue that. And the like him. Steve in al follow follow. Heather's lead on this one which is the say. Yeah you probably shouldn't have started liking. Yeah yeah they did a number on me man. They did a number on me. I guess. I guess that's the thing right like you do. Have this element of keeping you. Keep wanting that. Drop a cool water that you want that refreshing like come on whom i rooting for it because it is. I mean like right now. We are in the midst of the who am rooting for. Because you know you add the the aspect of of tyrian Being accused of this. And the way things go. I mean like heather's already nice known. He was my favorite character. And i understand what they do to favor characterists. So so she's ready to just she's ready to call it with the syrian all right so tyrians in jail right pod comes in with some food and tearing this looking for someone really anyone to help him. He's totally helpless and then pod. Kind of reveal syrian. Not only. can't i help you. But i actually kind of need to run interference for me here and so tyrian is like all right. So i'm i'm in the worst predicament of my life. And i guess i gotta help you get out of the city safely eager the sense it just has nobody right. So how'd you How do you feel dr you now. I wish he was goofy fear. You know this is all on you. You did not appreciate the goofiness while you had it. I would have been one of those guys in the focus group that like. Hey we're gonna replace dario. What do you think. Do just lose goof and then now like oh man now he's just a guy suri or real easy like we serve. How much. How much different would that seem. Be the dude was goofy. Like how like to me. That's even more powerful right. I mean you're the guys out there. You know pissing and talk. Contrast he's basically one of the french night the holy grail and and then you And then you bring out the goofball. See that i think all this is when it comes to sequences the sequence that i think did the least for me. That sort of took me out of the moment was the moment where it was like. Shall i for you know we need you to do did it. Shall i know you're to labrada had ideal it now your two precious and it was just how about me. And i'm like all right. I can just and out and this is sort of all the locks and the three bears thing you know. Yeah it was. It felt very very much. Like is this a limerick or is this a story like let's just get the guy out there already. We all know who's gonna do it so so in the in the book. It's this guy brown. Ben plum who is poor mentioned. You have big fat guy. He's the one that of doing it and it's be i think it's because danny thinks if he's able to defeat you know the aggressor that's better for me but i'm not going to risk one of these other guys and on top of that she. She loves dario at this point or at least she's in less with dario at this point and so she can't bear losing him so anyway i think that they converged those characters in that scene. I thought it was pretty effective to have danny launch the old the the caller is of the freed slaves. I was great. That was that was kind of like Allied forces dropping little pamphlets in nazi germany. Like explaining. You know it's it's propaganda. That's what that assure so. I thought that was good. I liked that one in an otherwise dull episode. I i really appreciate that one. No dull i guess. I i guess i disliked this one a whole lot less. It was fine but this is definitely one of those. I call them like the plot. Movers right i mean there's I don't know that there's like a singular moment that was. Oh wow but i definitely it made you long to watch the next one because kind of like i mean kind of moving things moving things along in little fingers just and he like he. He does out little fingered himself voice wise in this particular episode to who was home bound. That's in addition to that. He was telling everyone else how talk he was trying to push. Does is trying to push sonza dude. You like have had a lifetime of experience. Sort of whisper talking. No one's going to be as good at whispering as you you know. I just think definitely won't hand home on. Like what is this. Like seven accidents in one. What is going on. it's like it's like. They recorded his voice and now they're playing it backwards. Our voice okay. Now do real bad impression of that. Same voice you just did so. Taiwan is just like matter-of-factly like standing right over the dead body of his grandson. Saying he is. He is all idiots. This fool was neither a good king or a wise king and he's probably dead because of it. Now let me tell you how the the b.'s. Work what i mean that to me. That sequence was was pretty fantastic on a lot of charles dances great. just thailand. Doing doing thailand does just like look man. I'm not here not here to console my daughter because that would be because her feelings would fall into the category of the winds of your children if you follow his previous speech so he ain't got time for that and he's like look he's doing something very valuable to it. Which is i'm gonna secure my spot. All right sir see. You seem to suck at being a mother because you ruined your first kid. I think i'm going to take over from here because we're all basically at war because of your son's beheading of debt. That's right man. I guess if you're gonna get the sex tuck from thailand. Probably the worst thing. I mean there are worst people to give the sex talk. Yeah like jamie you sex tuchman jamie for this week's bird's eye view include a short conversation. I had with fellow fan. He lives in belgium. His name is unique. We struck up a conversation by way of email and he mentioned something in his email. That got me thinking. And i thought you know what maybe i'll include a little bit of this conversation for a bird's eye view so here's my conversation with unique. I wasn't expecting get answers so quickly. So i've also been listening to podcasts for years unique. I will tell you that and i'm do. Is that right. Unique i am. I saying that is good. Yeah when i got your email. I thought you know this is actually this. Got me thinking. And i wonder if there would be some benefit to hashing out a couple of these ideas voice to voice. So i originally read. Game of thrones for the first time after season two released. And i could not wait any more. Read the books I was about twenty at the time. I think i was just looking at the books with a very different mindsets Maybe a bit more classic masculinity. Let's say that the cool characters are john's snow syrian. You know syrian. Because he's smart and witty or a fighting baddest and maybe i mean i thought about this later on that i gave characters like gabin sansa even less of a chance because i felt like they're not coup on the surface there. Just why are they not giving rob a pov chat. Why wise it caitland then. Now that Eight years later I've also married in the time. And i've talked to my wife a lot. About game of thrones about these characters and she actually asked me how come you. How come these your favorite characters. Have you ever thought about her. Yeah and then. I was like i'll give it a chance. And ah i was also much more open to the world. Because i'd also in watching a lot of game of reading lotta theories and i really saw. How good especially the cape chaplains were and how interesting I understood how the world was working like how she manipulates the phrase or ouchi for instance that she knows how to talk to them to have a good wedding relationships so funny to have this mindset which that turn into my more favorite garriga. Well i had a question about this. And i'm glad you brought sort of the masculinity thing into it because that's where i wanted to go with it. No you said that you. I read these books when you're around twenty and it's almost a decade later right almost later. Yeah almost a decade later. And you're older. And you're wiser. And and i think so. Here's my question. And i and i'm interested in it because i've explored this in my own life as well and i wonder if there is some sort of thing about your relationship to your own masculinity that hindered you from liking these female characters early on and so now that you can look back and reflect on that yeah. I don't wanna say. Wanna say massage. Any but i just wanna ask like is. Is there something there. That's worth critiquing. I think that many. Let's say what role models and. I think that there's a lot of mutable models out there and i think me as a teenager it was never like oh there could also be female role model to look up to It's just a small mindset change like oh wouldn't it be interesting to have a woman as a role model than a man isn't it. Isn't it odd that it takes longer learn these lessons. It's so obvious. In retrospect right. Yeah yeah very special and it also took me to get married because i. it's also because of the person i married because she's Let's say she's more vocal in these things that i started to think about it more at least had to. I'm glad we're talking about this. Because i felt like i didn't like sonza at all And i think. In retrospect i can appreciate her in a different way but i felt like for me. She was just so horrible to two aria. Definitely that i didn't really of give credit to her her own sort of survival techniques. So you said that you didn't like sauna early on but now you're appreciating her differently now. I think i've seen a different kind of graveness. You know. I think are really. Has this brave news. Hey i'm going to go out. And i'm gonna stab you while johnson needs to learn how to survive in her own way so she's got so got. It made use of different tools. That she has i feel like and this is sort of a self critique here you know me saying that i love aria and then i i hated sandra early on i think for me. I think i might have used that as a shield to say. No i don't like. I don't dislike sandra be because of her gender because of course i love rem but then quit then. There's that additional thing of like. Well i do. I love aria because she presents with more masculine characteristics. Then signs it. I mean to me that made her more interesting. And then of course then. The question is a. Why do i find those characteristics. Just exactly yeah. That's right that's right. Anyway i thought. Hey here's someone that would be interested in talking that through with me so i appreciate that. Definitely my thanks to unique for that conversation. Just one final note. I wonder if we might be served by reconsidering what we would consider a mayo characteristic or female characteristic so a bit of self critique of the self critique here you never know what's gonna happen when you email me a book at baldwin dot com.

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Avi Arya - How To Build Influence With Micro-Videos

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

1:15:20 hr | 5 months ago

Avi Arya - How To Build Influence With Micro-Videos

"Do you ha- i think you have to put your foot down and say you know i'll give you the i'll give you status but i do it only on video you have to. You have to tell people that do business. And then people get open to it. And if they don't that story this is an intro. Intro intro intro. Hustlers flow chart voi-. Hey welcome back to the hustle and flow chart podcast. What's up today. We're talking about micro videos those their videos. That are micro Uae should i need to know about my crew videos matthew. How about instead of me telling you in the intro. The episode will do the talk. Tease me do that anyway. What are we talking about. More okay. So micro video so we do a lot of these videos in our business. It's kind of shooting quick videos and sending them off to people to try to get them to take some sort of action but we have a problem. What's the problem. We just talked about it earlier. But i think it was in the ultra. Actually but we don't really of assistance for. I mean we have a system but it's not it's not what our guest today is lining out for us with these micro videos a structure and there's what thirty three mike videos we cover three of them three or four a lot of them basically. It's like the structure of how to do this and win to do it. And who doesn't it. To and these micro videos basically get the attention get you leads and get you conversions. Yes in a lot more in between and Obvious going to break down a framework and process and even actually kinda give an example of one of the videos in the episode itself each literally shot a video in real time doing this down. So you'll you'll hear that Obvious guy one hundred twenty six thousand five hundred people like customers who have gone through the program. He's got ninety four thousand followers on instagram. He's just got he's built. This massive following stunt in a fairly short time using these micro video concept's so pay attention because he's doing his freak and working avi aria. Because i don't think we've mentioned his last name was pointing at your was okay but obvi- his story is just sodium cool too so That's how we started off as just like you'll hear the way he tells his story in long form but also short form a lot to learn with that as well. So i think what. I was trying to leave. That is like there's structure here that obvious going to share with us and systems where we have been doing my car videos. Successfully people love them but we have been leaving a lot on the table so in this episode. You're going to learn a lot of the gaps that we have now built. Yes eh you're gonna love it so a lot of actual stuff. Make sure to get the episode action goads and be quick. You have two weeks to do that. If you go to flow chart group dotcom pauses right. Now it's good a flow chart group dotcom plug in your email address within two weeks and we'll send you the action guide cliff notes of this episode and you will want them for sure. Yes so good do that. Let's go talk to all right. Obviously we are live. It's great to have you here. My friend great to be here. Thank you very much for the opportunity. Yeah well you. You approached us in very unique in amazing genuine way and you are a genuine listener to like you. You've told us all the long locks you do with your six dogs right. Yes i have. I have four dogs over here to win india and but as a neighborhood we take each other's dogs for walks. So yeah yeah. I was walking six listening to your stuff. Grab capture that picture. Whenever you can't rush on that'd be cool. So do you have a place in india or do you kinda split time between in canada before kobe. I was coming back to vancouver six times. You're back and forth. And i was doing that for last ten years. But after over thankfully I'm now here stationed in vancouver canada. And yes we have a home of the officers. Are there the teams are there so yeah. I'm working on india most of the time. So that's why the league nights then you're pre chat and a little bit of was assuming that would have been the case. Yes absolutely absolutely. Well we'll jump into some of these these pre chats. We had but tell your background because it's very interesting. You know the. I love the fact that you have this dialed into. It's kind of like your your line. But it's the race car you say it. I'm gonna so so. Yeah so on the twenty nine october. I don't forty four but I want to take you back when i was eighteen. Born and brought up in new delhi india. All i want to do in life was to raise streetcars. And my dad used to go to seep from under his pillow should take his steps car keys race with people. And i was like this is good. I'm good at it. And i can make money. We used to bet on the side make some money and in my eighteen year old head. I knew exactly what i wanted to do in life and i was like i'm going to become a street cordray saying go to uk. I wanted to go to the uk for some reason. Meteorology people race cars one day. Everything game shattering down in my dad called me to his office. He said son sit down. I have an. I had two options fuel. He told me that he lost a lot of money. In business he had a family separation. We had to leave the family house and get into a rented house and he said i cannot support your overseas education. So no no way. You're overseas and as the eldest son in the family. You need to join the family business from tomorrow morning. If you refuse then pretty much on your own. I think in hindsight he could have put it better but how he did and so i think. Better sense prevailed. The very next money found myself behind the reception of my dad's small twenty rubio tell. I learnt housekeeping. I learn how to take care the restaurant. But i also learned that my daddy doing a fantastic job of running his place. Where do i find my place under the sun. Just doing that time. We had a in foreign tourists who walked in. And he made us in dutch guilders with the currency of holland. Before euros gaming. I wanted the money turned out to be double indian rupees. And i'm thinking to myself. An international tourist can pierce double the money for the same room. Why don't we get all twenty. Seven rooms rubes foreign tourists but the problem was how during that time there was a phenomenon called the internet. Which was you to connect with people around the world. But in daddy there were only two places the british school library and the sheraton hotel which had the internet and both of them had very hundred for half an hour which was prohibitively expensive. So i didn't know what to do so i said let's Let's let's start researching. After about few months of researching i f- there was an ad in the paper. Satyam computers looking for cybercafe partners. I immediately approached the person Roy it a friend of mine. After twenty years. I was one of the first people to approach him. We gotta cybercafe and my dad's hotel. And now i had twenty four hour access to the slowest internet on the planet. I was researching everything. Their websites would take ages to open but the jets were open a fast. I would talk to people on jet. Somebody had developed a website. Somebody said do some articles blog writing. Put some toll free number so that people in the western world can trust in indian companies. We have toll free numbers from our country's whatever they said. I started doing six to eight months. Hold somebody somewhere. Freelancers somewhere played done miller one of the first if not the first ever budget hotel company in the country to all the life early to nobody was doing it and then we put an email address to it. People started emailing my first interaction with eletronic male. I didn't even know they were human beings on the other side. The fifth of december around fifteen to seventeen december of that year the first international jewish walked in to our became. I went to the airport to pick them up. And i got them back. Check him into route three zero to. They paid me four hundred dollars for a twelve day. State our place. And i came and gave that money to my cashier and i remember asking myself like this. Bloody internet thing works and after that all looking back We had so much business coming in as early. Movers like really. My first book is called the accidental first more and so we after two years we bought a small twenty seven hundred twenty five room motel next door then. Another twenty twenty. Three zero motel so small boutique properties. But we've bought four in the next five years. So essentially my dad do forty years to build this first property and after we discovered the internet in the next five years we bid for so very much like to you being a part of the company enjoyed being there working with them. Yeah oh yes. Oh absolutely and that's why. I said everything changed after that gentleman ordered. Throw me out of the house was now having strategy discussions with me on what we should be doing next so that was stage one stage two was. I started understanding how websites rank and everything. I understood that. I have four hotels for foreign tourists. They're all looking at travelling to india. So i started talking about travel in my other websites. I got carried away booked hundreds of domains. Bill sixty seventy websites. All of them flopped. Four websites did very well. And one day i got a call from the in equivalent of expedia and they said we have the traffic on your site. Would you like to do affiliate model with us. I didn't want to sound like a full on the phone and tell them i have no idea. What an affiliate model means. I told them. I'm busy in a meeting and can send me an email on that email. They told me. Give me ten dollars for the conversion of every ticket. If i if i direct the traffic to their website that i still didn't understand what they meant but i did what they told me. Finally i got did that and After a few months we started doing hundred tickets day which was not a lot. But it's still mathausen dollars in nets graduate everything they in two thousand and five so riding high on the confidence on of these two successes You know i was looking around to do more stuff. That's when tripadvisor. Facebook google many of these companies are coming into india and the aim of these large companies was to get a hold of small businesses to adopt internet marketing. So this all my story and they asked me if some of them came to me and said would you like to evangelize and sort of speak as you can see in our lives. Ten minutes of conversation. I don't miss an opportunity to speak to talk. I love it. I said yes. Let's do it so they took me on stages around the world where i went and shared with people this very story of mine people like the story and said hey. Can you do it for us. Initially i was like no i. I do it for my own family. How can i do it for you. I'm not an agency. I don't even know how agency works with an eighteen year old. I was wanting to become a street. Car racer got into the hotel business. I don't know how to do this for anybody else. But after like one. Year of all of this. I thought his time to branch out on my own. So in two thousand nine august fifteen two thousand nine we breistoff and i started a company with a four-member team completely bootstrapped. We called it. The internet Moguls and today after eleven years be grew from four to two hundred twenty five people working one hundred clients in ten countries. Wow out so it's been a wild right and it's not so ups and down lots of things that didn't work behind the scenes but this is sort of the bright side of the story. That is amazing. No i love that and House the are you associated with the hotel business at all anymore absolutely absolutely. We still own and operate the hotels in india. And i worked with my dad on in that capacity but my major focus is has been running the agency but this whole story that only in the last ten minutes i have a ten second version of this as well Give that to us. Because i'm actually very curious. Yeah my name. Is father of two girls. Six dogs husband to a superwoman. A street guard racer done now. Social media marketer and founder of internet. So so whenever. I stole people. The long form story in the short-form story i about three years back. I felt sadly not so genuine. When i said that because i'm talking about my goes my wife and my dogs but they were not existed in my life. I'm traveling all over the world having lots of fun making lots of money. But i'm away from my family so i didn't like that at all and i wanted to. Jane died when my goes were going for school. Plays and everything without me. I did want to be the you know the distant father. My parents were always close to me. I never wanted to be a father like that. But i couldn't help myself because i had a large company to rotten i have my family was here in vancouver which i didn't know what to do and My biggest mentors guides friends. Everybody that nobody that you have to either get rid of internet mobile. I never said this on any other show. Everybody say they get rid of internet. Moguls are or your family at stake. And i said why can't entrepreneur habit. All i mean this is also. My kid is my fourth member of my family. I love it as much. I mean i'm sorry. But i do love. My company is much loved my family of but for two three years. I didn't know what to do. Because so much more coming in. And i was and i was like okay maybe when my goes out then maybe when they but maybe twelve and then i said you know one day. I got very frustrated. I came back to the office. And i told one of my my senior people. How many clients to be. I said seven hundred eleven. Also so i sent an email to everybody. Common undrafted team is saying. I want to spend more time or to do this. And this and the company's going but are an average person. India takes about two to three hours traffic going back and forth to work and fifteen hours a week. Sixty seventy in a lifetime. They're spending about two three years in traffic. We want to pour that back into people's lives can you. Can we start sending you video and meet on doom calls and all of that three about three years ago three and a half and maybe how maybe ten percent of them even reply to those emails and maybe one or two said yes okay and we also gave a five percent off. It's a five percent discount in your yearly retainer. If you agree to this we'll save time and you save money. But then i was adamant so. We made threes zoom rooms in the office. I've trained my team. Said nobody's going out. A lot of sales people wanted to go out because that's how sales happen to go out. Have a beer and everything. They didn't like it but for most for the most part i was very rigid. I said we have to do this. And leave the office and dime go back their family and i and allow me to go back to my family as well. This is too this guys. I've been working for many of you have joined the company recently this way to run a life or a company and that's just save time. Save time relies to do anything. I needed videos videos to get known in the marketplace us to get leads and we'd use to get sales said do things on video so i started doing videos on instagram youtube. All of that interviewing people whatever for me to get known then videos on funnels on facebook instagram. All that so that i get leads and then video vinyl one videos to get sales it was ridiculous. People laughed and the biggest companies. They didn't even show up when the book all with me on video. The what. I was arrogant and i did not have the time to go and meet them and when i called them later and say i'm trying to do something to save time to be able to get back to my family and go back there. Now you can make a flight to mumbai bangalore. Whatever we've seen you've done it in the so. It was very difficult initially and but in the last three years we've been able to do about twenty twenty five percent of work online and when it happened everything changed kinda say. It was forced to change. I was i would walk with multiple speaking bureaus and they used to book. My speaking appointments and one of them came up to me and said you know what what have you been doing. I said this is what. I'm doing this my personal life. This great put it into a system and let's create a workshop because that's what they like systematising everything so i don't have a system. They said no. Let's create a system and tell people what you're doing. So i created a system called the micro video master system. The thirty three does that every entrepreneur needs to get known get leads get sales and spend all the extra time with their family or do reporting their patients credit. A system created a box rated at one day to day than a three day workshop. And gentlemen that just took off. That completely took off and i was invited. All over the world to give these workshops and what. I found myself force in a predicament. Now that have created a system to save time. People want me to travel to deliver these talks now. So i'm getting busier than ever. I'm like hang on. I can't get sucked into this. So the only next thing was to do webinars so just before the pandemic. I started doing webinars every monday night. We would have four to five hundred people coming in. I would teach them and then do a webinar. Sell up hundred and fifty two hundred dollar course at the end and just see how warming up to webinars and out to people and then i used to do three videos a day fifteen a week on one hundred one approaching goals like i did video gentlemen for for business and opportunity when kobe happen. We all were scared. Nobody knew what we're going to happen. And we had to send about two hundred people to different parts of india to their homes with computers and everything set up in their homes with the mammoth exercisers. G- everybody home safe and technically ready to be able to continue work. I remember coming back home that day. I think last year last to a year and a half. And i came back and i was. I was scared as a lead. I couldn't say but i was worried. I didn't know what's going to happen. So i said i came back home at four thirty five in the evening. I said yesterday we have been out today. My teams had not made any announcement. We won't be able to get as many people said. That's okay. I talk to whoever i need to talk. My family's here and my guru malone over the i just need to talk and people are scared as well so let's just talk to people. Six thirty editor webinars about five hundred. People showed up without any advertising. So i just knew that everybody is home and people want to listen to stuff happening and that day we sold gore it even without a plan for what about twenty thousand dollars just that night and i was like i was like the dime that i was waiting for has come and so we said microbial mastery videos for every entrepreneur. Who is a family person was to claim back life from everything has they're doing unnecessarily you can do it from videos from any location in the world stay close to your family or close to your passion micro video mastery get known get leads get sales and that's when we started so in the last year we had about one hundred twenty six thousand five hundred people go through our programs and about eight thousand one hundred people signed up for the program and went to the thing so we created a school called the internet moguls of the world. Internet mobile is somebody who leverages the internet tool grow their business and spend time with their families. So that's been the mission that's what we've been on. That's a hell of a mission. I love it and more so now than ever you know. I think like the pandemic. Yeah we've all realized. How important is it can be difficult. Of course you know what that transition. But yeah i feel like you hit it all at the right timing and your vision for yourself is i mean. I think a lot of folks can connect with that. This this is actually the first so the office where now the studio is outside of our houses. But we're not like traveling we're not flying on a plane or anything but but still it's like it's a different scenario now. We're not at home with our dogs are with our kids and wise. It's like but yeah. I mean there's a lot of folks that are probably just unnecessarily doing so much including us probably you know and tattoo you. I'm curious like do you. Do you ever audit yourself or like. How do you coach people through the things that maybe they they're doing that. They can use micro videos for so we have a format called the super week two per month per year and we ordered people how they are spending their lives and try to take out. It's these three hours two to three hour. It's very easy to find two to three hours a day where people hear somebody else could be either doing this for me or i didn't need to actually get dressed whereas sued going for a meeting at a coffee on the we exchange pleasantries that maybe i could have done without and then come back and say you know what he if i went for a meeting today and starting and hopefully i'll get that contract and you don't get a contract but going for one meeting. There's a business equation. You do ten meeting you get one. How do you do ten meetings when you take two hours to one. So people success and their promises to their families are not met when they're inefficient. In that in that respect i was that person was taking so many flights and had a huge huge. I look displaying. It proudly now. I say foolishly but proudly in my office there was a big Big off board had all my boarding cards from ever taken a year. Man i i would take fifty two flights a year so i put hundreds of this thing and look at by. This is how this is and the thing was. This is how you build a company. This is fully. this is not how you it's true man because yeah we have the tech to do it now. I feel like people are. You'd probably be better to speak at it. But i feel like companies are more open to it now for virtual meetings obviously zoom calls. And you know maybe quick videos here and there for outreach like you did for us like i would much rather see a video from someone like yourself rather than a thirty email. Plus that we get your that are all written and not personalized. There's there's so much power there when there's there there's mixed opinion there are people who want to me just because they feel they can trust people but the thing is i feel entrepreneur. You need to decide what has priority for you. It's very easy to say. You know what this seems like a big deal. I must fly fly to you know to to dallas or whatever. This could be a big deal. All of these could be profitable and big but the thing is they all. Come at the cost of something. I'm gonna do an amazing podcast with all of you. Guys grateful for it and then go back and prepare for my workshop and then take my dogs for a walk and you know if if we had to meet i would love to meet when we are in the same city but if you had to meet i would take flight come back and maybe maybe three years back. I will do that. If you invited me on your podcast i especially would be one guy i would fly down and document the whole journey takes videos and all of that comeback in love it and it might be one of the best episodes on my show that i took the documented meeting. You but then that would have definitely taken three days away from my wife and kids. I think you have to put your foot down and say you know what. I'll give you the i'll give you stellar service. But i do only on video you have to. You have to tell people that. Somehow i do my business and then people get open it. And if they're doing that there's more people. But i i wanna go back to something that you said real quick and then and then after this i want really dive deep on some of the video techniques that you use but you mentioned that you had one hundred and twenty six thousand five hundred people go through your program. How where did all that volume come from. Was that through advertising. No p traffic. So it would be a traffic was okay. Okay all webinars so facebook. Ads saw a one hundred and twenty six thousand five hundred through facebook ads to a webinar. Yes so in one year in about three hundred. We did almost about anyhow this. I'll tell you how the whole process man so. I told you about that one night when i went home and auto twenty thousand dollars in sales and we didn't even do much. That's when i told my team. I said we have to do webinars so we started doing a webinar today and they were doing three hours. A day So like a two hundred and twenty nine in the morning afternoon evening. Then i will do webinars with other guests just like yours. You know people bring people would bring me on their shores and i would you know split whatever money we were making because they were getting the audience that ninety percent of it came from facebook ads. Because what happened was nobody knew. What's going to happen to the pandemic so i. I'm assuming all the advertisers travel advisers. All the cruise liners airlines tour. Companies stopped advocating with facebook so the facebook revenue dropped and so it was so easy for me one registered which is normally f- five of six dollars one not registered to attend but one attend. The attendee was during was ninety cents. I was like i told my team. I said we're never going to get. We don't be hope we don't get this opportunity again. That's make the most of it so we did. We did seventy five bernard's seventy five days and that was a first run and then we took a break and then we did again. And i'm like. I can't do it every day getting diving so now. I'm doing weekday workshops. So friday saturday sunday and like i said i invite both of you to come in one is happening tonight. They're going to be a minimum of thousand people and they're going to work with us still monday morning. Three days nine models. Everybody's going to create ninety nine different types of videos each three to get known three to get to get his by monday morning. We them being taken off. Your brand is now known by people you start getting reads and whatever and this will trump is one dollar just a dollar for the workshop and at the end we do our workshop the very next week for all the people who got results come back. Only if you're happy you come back out of the thousand people about five fifty six hundred comeback and then we tell them this is what we have to offer and then they get into pro. I love the fact that you it's a dollar so you're getting 'buyers but it's such a low barrier entry exactly how how many and of course you know there's they trust you after that you're you're creating a transformation throughout that workshop because they're completing videos probably they've never done before to and seeing themselves in a different light one hundred percent. Yeah i'm curious. How do you fill it up. Because he said at least a thousand people on this near doing this weekly is this now your email list or are you still running traffic facebook facebook at facebook ads. Okay so i've got about nine hundred four thousand people on my instagram. So that helps me every time. So i i get about three hundred. People organic. yeah from instagram. But hundred hundred fifty to one hundred from from an email. I don't i. Don't expect by email list i could. I don't want to do that more than a so. One hundred and fifty five hundred from booklets. That's that's amazing man. Well actually before we go further. How can people join one of those future ones. If you're doing them by the time we release the best way to get in touch with me or see what's happening is instagram and my instagram profile. This ask of area escape our way and all the magic is happening there. We'll make sure that up in the show notes somebody listening. It'll be somewhere cool. I wanted to get some videos. Yes because i feel like we've. We've we harness videos and a lot of different ways. Obviously we're doing video here but we've done a lot of loom videos for all the way from like you said get outreach. There's a sold a lot of affiliate products with loom videos like so it's kind of a customer service anything but sales and it works great or always wows people and then customer retention. I don't think there was something you were saying on the three. But like we've done that a lot where you know buongiorno rotate videos or looms. There's all these things but yeah walk us. Through some of the kennedy attraction the leaves conversion. It seems like this is what this is what i believe. I say me and my daughters. I've got two daughters Fifteen and eleven. And we've been doing entrepreneurship put them. They went and met. Gary grand cadeau own johnny. Dumas's all of them my daughters and interviewed all of these people. I'm going to be entrepreneurs so so what we wanted to shock. Dang together and the one thing. I was teaching my kids about a year and a half ago. Was what is the common trait. That gets everybody funded. You know so they. They're three questions that they ask how you're going to get known. How'd you take the brand out there. How what is your source of leads. How do you get leads. And how you're gonna get sales and if somebody's successfully answers these three questions you know. He hits the jackpot so eventually. That's what business equation comes down to so to say if somebody's a coach say real estate coach he says what is your get sales. He says. I need ten sales a month. How much is a thousand a piece. Ten thousand grit. How many leads you need to get does well. I have a conversion ratio of ten percent. So i needed Eight hundred leads grip so get leads hundred. How many people in the market needs to know who you are before you get those leads because we don't want goalie. We wanna lead from people who already seen your brand senior videos. He said these pows people have thirteen. People get to know me so thousand hundred and ten. That is your business equation. Everybody has a different business equation based on their conflict conversion rate and everything once you have that in. That's when you say. How should i get this now. So easiest way to get a thousand people to get to know you. It's videos so we gave videos for you. Share your stories on how you can get known in the marketplace and then you straight videos to get leads on the marketplace in terms of in in like a youtube video or funnel on facebook or instagram or ranked. In corrado score. I love garages. Well all those kinds of acts and then for sales. It's a one on one video so what we do is and that's how to what we teach in our programs as well. We make list of your top ten for the week. These are the top ten people. I really need to get in touch with For sales and so it could be the marketing manager of a company or the porch manager. Whoever so and there's the format and If you want to continue through. The format is regarded the four-minute four second. Close any deal method so we say for example. Let's say So i say you don't need anything. You need a phone so i just almost started. Yeah so i did get into the mode so you guys are hoteliers and you own a very large hotel. Say so i'd say joel. Your hotelier and vr is the digital market. And i want to get in touch with you and saw a little bit of a background. Check the four. Seniors is to create rep. Oh and like like fights. Four minute video so i start like this high joel. This aria hope you're doing well by the way great work on the new studio. I saw the video one. How you built it really. Good by the way of the gentleman who you bought all the mice from That matt he's a good friend of mine is a great techy. Great choice on hiring the right professional to go to the video by the week introduction. My name is father of two girls. Dogs husband superwoman. Car racer hotelier now. Social media marketer and founder of internet moguls. Joe small request. Please watch this video to the very end because at the end of this video. I'll tell you how your hotel the hustle and flow hotel will be Able to get thirty percent extra revenue in three months by by following the formula. That i'm gonna teach you four minutes please. Voice to the joy notice you have one hundred room hotel and fifty percent of your business comes from third bodies and pay them forty percent commission. What if i showed you google ad words strategy where you would get customers directly coming to your website at ten percent thereby saving you. Thirty percent cost second. I also saw that. You have a great restaurant and restaurant does very well on on friday saturday sunday but on monday tuesday wednesday. Does it not so not so good. What if i showed you a facebook ads strategy maybe do a facebook ad campaign for people in the five kilometer radius breakfast lunch dinner and a happy are a coupon will be given to them. They'll come and redeem those coupons. We are running those ads. So you know the business is coming from us and with this strategy. Monday tuesday wednesday thursday put. I also see you have a beautiful banquet where you have lots of conferences happening. But when i went to your website is that people have to come for to the website to the website and somebody will get back to them instead of that. What if iran linked in ad campaign to all the corporations like nike gillette all the corporation the ten kilometer radius of your hotel so that they see the ad big in touch with us. Hey joe you. And i both doing for customer gets in touch with us. We getting in touch with the customer. The sales much faster seal psychologist shorter. We do that and we get you more more of those banquet queries and we all know even if you get one extra banquet from that the enter and you get one. Extra office conference the entire profitability for the whole month changes. So that's how we will take care of your rooms your f- in be an your banquet facilities and by the way. This might be a new video to you. But i've known you and watch you from afar. Many people in your industry. Like mr from this odell mr y from the hidden and said tra- marat helping our customers and putting in links to see what you can see the work we've done for them now almost coming to the end of my four minute video. Thank you very much for patients. I'm asking you for one thing and one thing. Only if you thought that we can add value to you and give you more than thirty percent in the next three months by falling the saudis e. that'd be mentioned. All you need to do is book a call. There's a link over here with a book takes. You got into the bulk of diamond date of your convenience and it's thirty minute goal. What happens here a thirty minute call and we're gonna teach you three things we go to show you what your competitors are doing. We're gonna show you what you're not doing and we're gonna show you how you can reach where you get your ultimate potential in the next three months to be able to save thirty percent cost or increase your profitability. Thirty minutes as i promised you in the beginning of my formula formula which are now almost over. Thank you very much for your time once again. This is father of two girls. Dogs has been do superwoman. Streetcar reset and hotel now social media marketing founder. Of into those ending for now that's it. Wow personalized video pitches like this. It takes about fifteen twenty minutes to understand the brand what you can give to them because mostly we whatever so recess entrepreneurs that doing the do it every day so they know they know what to give the only thing they need to see how to put it in perspective in context to the person that they're approaching and that's it so we tell people three videos a day fifteen a week sixty a month five day working week three videos. One video takes forty five minutes to week. Maybe twenty minutes of research one our outreach on videos for sales and twenty minutes on outreach for getting not like i reached out to you people. So that's get known video and then get to. The video is for my new workshops or whatever's coming might deemed as this is the concept is what we're doing and create instagram videos. Facebook videos all the short videos. So i spent about two hours on videos a day or i spend about six hours at the end of the week depending on how i'm feeling i don't want to work every day. Sometimes you as an entrepreneur s the freedom. You have six hours a week and most of your work is done. And you're just waiting for the responses to come in from people and i don't think you have to walk a much more than this on on my on. Get on get needs and gets. Yeah the video that you just shot. Can you sort of break that down for us because it seemed like it was very formulaic flow. Kind of intro. You had the end where you related who you were like. What's the sort of breakdown of that video short short absolutely. So the opening is your start with your introduction. We call this the hito introduction You talk about yourself and your family. And everything opened with the hito introduction Give them the promise in. Watch this video to the very end thirty minutes. I teach you how to grow your business. By thirty percent in the next three months data than the three things that you can do for them Show them testimonials. Give them a call to action and give the introduction again grows. There's so much to unpack there and Yeah it because you're you're hitting on the psychological factors that you're you're bonding with them. During a sales video and this is the initial outreach. You know you're that is really cool because yeah you're capturing all of those they're seeing you as a human you. You're obviously very visible as a human on video too. So you're getting that personal connection probably never seen something like that before but with a formula. You're giving him a contain time to expect. You know this message to be delivered. Obviously has to do that as well. And how other people. I like the fact. Oh i'm going to show you what your competitors are doing more attention if i was like. Why would somebody say a thirty minute. Call asher on what somebody else is doing that. You can take away big so so but we we have a fifty percent Sort of acceptance to this is still not hundred percent but fifty percent peop- huge fifty percent. Let's get on. Yeah so for the so folks are you. Are you teaching for the outreach to get these these names. Is there a method to identify. Who are the folks. he should be outreaching to right. So what we saw so when we when we worked with our entrepreneurs. Bt's them so for the get known videos. I heard you want so people are like. Hey i want to get on the gary v podcasts or said do you even know gary audio like him Not so much. If you do sure reach out to him. If you don't then it's best to reach out to people who really are fans don't just get into a podcast for for the heck of getting a deposit. It just doesn't gel waist up too much time. The energies don't happen so if you really fan do it if not at best they'll say i get so many people saying hey. Thank you very much watching this video. This is not the right. And i just i have a fan boy moment saying. Hey you know what that guy knows. I exist and you saw my video and all of that and they come in like my post on instagram or something like that and i made a connection i you know. I got known by his those two people who didn't know me earlier on. So that's that's what Reach out to the podcasters in the youtubers who you genuinely are of and doors people whose message will go to the audience that can be a prospective customer. Yeah both things have to make sense. That doesn't make sense. Yeah and i love documentaries cards. But i don't wanna wanna racecar pot Podcast because that's not that business doesn't that doesn't translate into business for me. It's not my brand. Yeah no that makes perfect sense knowing the like on the. I guess on the instagram side of things. He said you have about ninety. Four thousand Followers is that as a direct correlation to like the facebook ads or doing something else to get the followers over there. I'll tell you. I'll tell you i had about thirty seven thousand or something maybe thirty seven before the pandemic And so every time. I drove evered thousand people. I tell them at the end of the webinar. I'm going to give you free. Pdf or something All you need to do is follow me here. And at the end dag me on of the thousand about seven hundred dollars right there. So i built over the last one year with people and now these people who don't know me these are people who've then after that he asked for at least two hours. Yeah no yeah. The bond can i mean. That's why i love this thing is. You're starting out on the right foot with the video and obviously i'm sure facebook ads. You have a whole video structure there too you know. I don't know maybe you can share that as well. I don't know. is it any different than than you. Don't so Before that i like to say i see bernard's nour's microbials are everything in two thousand twenty one but i say webinars are the superpower of the twenty first century. It allows you to stay home and as you to do business from anywhere. It seemed like a normal thing it's a seminars to support ward but no you can stay in one place. Speak to thousands of people in my biggest webinars going to happen on the twenty nine hundred october. Which is my birthday. We have to qualify for cutting five thousand people now and the biggest rapid. I did last year. Three thousand people. When i was doing that webinar i was three thousand. Human beings are listening to my message. I'm sitting at home in my shorts real. If this is not magic i mean. I don't know what magic waiting for auditing. The future guys. Keep telling people. I said we have to realize that. This opportunity is expensive to the craft. You'll have to become way more skilled at your product. You're offering and everything because facebook is going to. Everybody wants to do and everybody is going to sort of the price is going to go up and everything so dialing on videos. If you're with us already get not videos doing well. Lots of our customers say. I'm not getting the kind of conversion that i used to elect you. Don't you're going straight to the market without doing the get known videos Do the get known videos. And then do the get sale and then you can go directly to the market. But it's going to be more expensive. Yeah so there's none of that bond is happening. Yeah i mean it's just exactly. Yeah the webinars. I feel like that is where the folks are doing the bonding. But there's all these steps prior to that and there's this commitment level of a webinar before anything that's happening prior to that when they get known videos exactly are they getting on video so that would be like a facebook ad. Then right you would get. Don't video facebook ads. Instagram posts youtube videos for your own channels and then partner get known. Ads are when you reach out to other people. Say feature my story on your show and then you get known to videos that you're doing them or or when you're boring authority like in a way. I did an interview with gary. I did another one with him. And then i wanted another one with him that it's so many with other people grant own and so every time i do get known video and i'm borrowing somebody's authority it It on those get known videos. Have a much higher weightage in my And i always said it doesn't. It should doesn't take for everybody is different. Some people want millions of people wanna billion and some people want to remain in startup mode. It's okay for everyone but just to get off the ground spacey during these times. If somebody says ten thousand dollars can run my house. This is the best. I'm the easiest time to make ten thousand dollars a month and so get. Don't get these series. i mean. I've this is what i coined to make my own. But honestly i didn't say getting orange these gets his. I just see it in a former looks like it's my system forever people. I need to get known. Then they'd be late and lead and then sale so You know just going back to the basics and using my own terminology to drive home the message that it's not difficult you don't need to get out of your home you don't need to send your car or your bicycle or whatever things are tough. I understand but not very tough. I mean with the internet there. It's not down over here. Luckily yes so the video that you gave us an example of just a few minutes ago was that that was it. Seemed like maybe example of like a get leads video for the hotel. Is that kind of what that one was. Yes that's a good sales video so one on one talk with clyde so Are the formulas that you would do on video. Are they different for the you know the get known and the get leads videos or is it kind of the same flow for all styles video. No they're all very different to thirty three different styles. So thirty three micro videos to get known get rid get sales and let's go through on this as far as far as the get known videos. I think that's the one that i'm the worst intrigued with at the moment Because that's what you're kind of us on facebook ads and youtube ads or just facebook organic and youtube organic. I'd imagine as well. So what are those videos. look like what. What's the differentiator in those videos from. What broke down already. Sure so when. I speak about get known videos. Those videos that allow me to talk to my audience or prospective customers about who. I am family person and be about what they're going through. So you lead with you read. I always say lead with family. And because that's one thing that connects all of us. You beat somebody. Airport human beings are wired to do this. You need a complete stranger you like at an airport like are you from canada No have you. Is this your first time in canada. yeah me too. Did you go to university in uk. No have you ever seen a british movie. Yes we'll find something to say me too. Yeah that's that's how we spark off a relationship and say then we say okay. So what do you do right. So and then we say can get a lead from there and then sometimes it could convert into a business equation. And that's what happens at every single business conference. I did a video on youtube for business conferences. Because i used to be a conference junkie every contract. I still love meeting. People is to have a risk jacket internet moguls. And i'm six feet to into them a big guys to stand up and say hey. I have a question people see. Hey who's this guy and everybody got to know me so anything to get known right. I used to all of that. But i realized that To get known you'll breakdown people want to talk about your family. And we want to talk about their family or or something that. They've been through the streetcar. So my dad told me to leave the house or whatever my own story. Which was. I was an overweight obese. Kid i was bullied. And then later i wanted to get into fighting because just because i wanted to get so so i was very scared of sharing these stories about seven eight years ago and now i'm not because as you age you become more confident in your own skin but i also see that i do this. I am power and give permission to a lot of people to do what you want to So to get known videos are talk about who what makes you. I wanted to be a streetcar a lot. That's a cool intro. But i'm saying you know what i'm i'm a field. I wanted to be just drove my dad's car. I never got into street car racing. I said this a self proclaimed streetcar is so i'm being one memorable. I talk about our garden to be with. All humidity is highest speed. So should speaker and i and i was. I used to stem and my mom sent me my speech. And she said she said i write the speech for you. She ordered twenty page speech on something which she was passionate about. And i had to read it. Because and the good boy in the eldest son in the house and all of that. And i did read. Read it and that day by india school in my best friends they laughed and then they cried because the speech for so long but that is something broke inside will be which was not my my confidence. Brit with my. It didn't break. Shouldn't there but started breaking and i was like this is the worst that can happen and from there i just wanted to be on stage more and more and more so but i could never tell. I used to start the story by saying my mom sent me for speeches. And then i now i did this. I never said that. I used to stem. Oh and i never used to say that. I will read now. I see it. I was overweight. And i used to do this. So whatever you share about yourselves other people are like hey you know what. He's giving me permission to share this about myself. As and people only want to listen to stories the shortest distance between two human hearts. It's always a story get known videos has to be about your story and then related to how you can show other. People are out of their pain. And that's all they want to hear and after that the lamborghini and all of that is to catch attention. Yes it does but but people want to talk about. So that's get known video. Get leads with your video. Is exactly very formatted. High probably watching this ad on on on my instagram landing page. It's a shot. And i always give it time nine so people are like what happens a short one minute sixteen second. Let me know if i go above one hundred and sixty one minute sixteen. See that in the yet so. My name is w. rei and in this video. I'm going to tell you how you by working with me for one dollar for this. Three day workshop can know how your business can get known are your business can get three to five leads by the end of the workshop and get at least one seat in the next. If your money back you're one dollars you can have it back by monday. And so then. I showed them to the system. And all of that. So get into this workshop. It's one dollar just to see our commitment level. Everything is free. I do sell at the end of the workshop. An amazing course. It's your choice if you want to get it or not. I talked i see in the first video and everything. That's great time. I always say that even in the beginning of the cell. Because i'm not shy of selling my program. Works helps people. So don't give me sack fall for setting because i'm not afraid of it anymore and i'm going to teach out of you to do the same thing. Some people don't like it. Say forty fifty people turn off right away but you know i think comfortable going out throughout the workshop and i sell every day. It's also marketing. Because i want to prime the audience to be ready with a credit card at the end of day three. Sure i want them to know that there's something coming up it's a thousand dollar a fifteen hundred dollar offer coming up at the end. They shouldn't be like. Oh my god. I didn't notice this coming up. So it's it's all at least mall my once. They sign up. And i say guess what i taught you today. I taught you how to percent on. Yeah sorry i kinda stopped you. There is a little. There's probably some more there so you tell them that there's going to be an offer them that's going to be being offered and so clicking you get one free. Pdf you get three days of my time. You get fork. Five captain than five groups. We all divide you into the premium football league except for cricket everybody under sanders like the format. You get into five teams. Every team has four captains. You get through three videos on day. One three hundred three hundred three after you pay that one dollar you go and see videos of all. Those people who've won ideal trophy are envious microbial master trophy in the last few days. You're going to love this. My dad always says the most expensive you can ask from. People is not their money but stein. Thank you very much for one minute and sixteen second for giving me time. Look forward to seeing you in the workshop. So you don't like that. Wow you have a dial man i mean. I don't know what to say other than like i could see people's attention are staying with you. Why they're reaching out. I mean you're just making it so simple for them and and there's no friction really you know and it's it's telling them exactly probably what they wanna hear because you're solving their problems from second one. I would think so. I think a lot of they got to last week. Yeah same time last week So sunday about five days ago. Because sunday was the last day there was eighty. Who came and she. At the end of the day we ask people fifty people can come up on stage and tell us what you've liked the eighty having difficulty talking and she said i just went to melt mouth cancer surgery and i came back and i You know this is what i loved about the program and all of that so so yes it ought to people that were drives you to. Do you know what you're doing good work and you're making money is making money is is is is the primary goal of business and to impact people's to be doing both really happy so far that's a perfect model. Yeah some brilliant man Anything well there was something. I wanted to to circle back around to but it's not on the video topics if there was still more you wanted to dig in on the video topic so there was something that you mentioned earlier and you and i said it quickly but i wanted to touch on it because i think it's very interesting as you mentioned that you're running cora ads and i'm actually very curious about that because we've done some stuff on core organically and it's been actually really really effective way to drive traffic leads to our website but we've never played with core adds some kind of curious if maybe you could get a little hint of what your strategy is over on core foot. Of course the same. I said my views are the videos are the same. So i do things i i lead people to my youtube video where they see who i am and everything. At the end i give them a fleet. Pdf for a free download or invitation to a webinar. So they're in that loop you know and they they have to give my email address in that loop after about a week or ten days then i tell them about banner workshop or whatever's coming in and I but the only difference between michael ads and everything else is i. I don't have it right now with me. But i have a piece of paper like this and i hold it up and i say three steps to become a good digital marketer or get a raise in your salary as a digital market or whatever because people are scrolling through it's a different format people reading and they and they want to reach. I want them to read. What i'm saying before the quicken. So that's that's the only differentiation for that. I do with that. People want to see what their inside before everything has and that does help you with the ads and even organic to have some kind of video or even an image but yeah some kind of media. There i could see a little whiteboard up or something. You can write it whenever you hundred percent. Also i feel that You know the guy who signboard guide the who the guy who holds up. You're saying if you have similar signboards if you say whatever you're doing in the office or whatever with every episode if i i'm just thinking about what i am talking to three. All of those are underutilized. And it's just about laziness man. I'm so used to getting everything done with tech and everything if i just go around and show my whole body and get out of my shorts and everything i can make better. We do what you've shared. Here is just a perfect format. I mean 'cause you're hitting all the different the customer journey. It's the you're bonding with folks from second one but taking them effortlessly through a journey but you have a system for at all and what are what are like. You said. Thirty three other videos. Obviously we're not going to go through them all but you give us three which are killer. What are these other thirty three. So when it comes to follow up with us and then there are videos for different industries. how'd you. How'd you get in touch somebody from the real estate industry which are the points to take get off a hospitality the digital marketer. You are your course creator. What kind of video. You should reach out. the course created. Mostly we're selling to see wanted to one one to one and i'm seeing is of course what i'm doing is i reach out to large corporation than i say. I teach your entire organization. Or if you're part of e o or wipe e or united reach out to large companies and say you have a group of members they have communities. Let me do a discounted pricing that we sell two hundred courses together in one. So what they do is they say most organizations than say fine. I won't pay you the ten fifteen thousand dollars for a speaking fee which has now become seven thousand because its virtual. But i won't be you the seven thousand as well. Why don't you come and sell to our audiences. I'm fine that's perfect. I love setting. So i'll do that so So we tell people how to do that as well as videos that will help you sell on Sell to corporations are sell to partners sale to You know amazing podcasters about your message. Youtubers have a different message for youtuber. I how to do research before to understand what it is and so so that makes the thirty video signatures on your email interesting. That's cool on. What the whatsapp status has. A short video thing is well what to do there in your instagram highlights. That's supposed to be highlights and people don't use them at all. Everybody was there highlight. But nobody's doing anything the boring part and most expensive real estate there and put what you what he said about you or your best podcast guests about your show. And so that's everything so there videos for everything are linked in profile video. What should it say when somebody opens what you saying. The first second and what should why linked in video should be different from a facebook video so these videos nominee dick people a month to do there but but the human condition is such. We all like to procrastinate. We break it into one hundred programs one hundred days you need to get it done otherwise you don't get the challenge or we have we have a we have a reward back office so if people get into a program that five thousand two thousand five hundred whatever we get them five hundred seven hundred seven fifty back the money if they've done the program so it's probably pretty good then yes yes. It is because what happens. Is people want the money back. And we want results to showcase nights testimony in. That's right no. This is cool all right. Well the email signature. I wanted to ask one question about that. So are you. Is it basically. Like this is what i imagine. Like maybe a screenshot of video down in your signature. And if they click on it it takes to like youtube or something. Exactly exactly. yeah. I just want to clarify that concept because it has to be. It has to be context to that week that month like right now. I'm doing a webinar. Should say come from webinars. Yeah this is cool now. I can see why those thirty three videos if you just do those within the hundred days or sooner you essentially covered all your bases on the internet and then you have outreach. You know in bonn in follow ups i mean. These are all without templates. It's tough amin. That's there's you gotta have a flu for all this stuff and and you've done that skews and i would say honesty. Twenty five percent people in the whole program in the in the in the first thirty days. And that's why we have one hundred program because we wanted to seventy five percent people to finish it. People finish it. They get they always get. I always say it's like you know you see a movie star. He bollocks up for a movie and then you know seems down in three months. It's an mu struggling to lose weight for the forty three forty four years. I think there's a system. There's a coach and the former. That's all so if there's a system and format and you can within hundred days. I think most things up also yeah. I agree with that. A hundred percent. Oh yeah this is. This is amazing. So how can folks go. Remind them where they can go. Grab this and join everything so. Instagram is the best osc area escape tv. I e r y instagram channel. That's where all the magic happened and we You live almost every day. And that's where we have all the fun. Yeah no. it's a lot of fun man so stock in a little town. I would love to exchange instagram. After this we will man well. I appreciate your time very much and Yeah we'll definitely join one of the sessions one hundred percent. I would love that. Thank you very much for your time. Deeply means a lot to me. Anything i can do to be able to promote your amazing show to my audience is have you on my instagram. Live or for you wanna come for the thousand people webinars guest appearance. Anything that you want. Whenever you send me an email mounts is going to be assets. do it. we'd love to work with you because this has been percents. People one hundred percent figgy. Avi appreciate it. Thank you very much by fano Hey we just wrapped up another killer. Obvious yeah ricky wicky wicky still get moustache darshan board here with the music and all tech stuff ner new fund studio. You think about that episode. I'm not asking you matt asking the listener. I thought you were asking me but nobody's ever asked a week per response. Good luck matt. What he thinks weeks after we recorded this. You're going to be sitting in front of the support desk and then we will complete this conversation. I am waiting. No that was. That was an amazing episode You know we said this a few times on past episodes and in that we pretty much never bring on guests that reached out cold like like straight up cold. Yeah alridge straight up called outreach. We pretty much never bring on guests. Avi was one who did outreach. And he used. He literally used the video technique that he shared on this. But the same sort of script that you heard him say on. The video was literally how he contacted us. We saw his video and went. This guy is really interesting and he's talking about stuff that i don't think we've talked about before This now i mean he's like out of close to four hundred episodes now. He's one of maybe four people to actually get on after a cold outreach. Yeah and he is the first video outreach that was i think we've had a couple customized ones in the past but yeah obvious definitely stood out but he's definitely the first video outreach we ever brought on yeah out of the four not a lot but we get what thirty ish a day throughout or in his collective in boxes. It's crazy and difficult to manage. Sometimes but this is how you stand out immediately and actually i think he sent it to you originally or maybe our support desk But for some use worded it to me remember that for some reason i wanna say it was maybe linked in. I can't remember either restarting link. dinner email. I don't remember which one it just the fact that you sent it to well. It was an email actually because it was an email. You forward just the fact that you forwarded him to me was already an indication like okay so he must be really good because you are usually more of the brick wall when when most people email us for cold outreach through cold outreach to be on the show for the most part nine out of ten of those emails i just kind of archive. I'm just like cold outreach. They didn't put any thought or effort into it. They didn't you know reference our show. Some of the people. I can tell they don't even know what our shows about you know so Most of them is just kind of an instant archive. I don't even bother replying at this point But yeah so. If i if i see an email actually forwarded to joe and i'm like one might be interesting. You know that's a sign that he's doing something right at the time. Yeah good stuff so he. I mean shoot thirty three of those video formats yeah He was freaking bad. Asked like give us three. Maybe more i don't know like sprinkled but like the formats of that. I'm sure if you get the episode action guides we will have some of this structure in there for you so we covered a lot. Make sure to go to flu. Chart group dot com and plug in your email address within two weeks of this episode to get the for free. Yes do that keys do that. Yeah so these are going to be fun because to you should probably go join obvious masterclasses. I forget what exactly what he calls but go experience some of this stuff. Yeah but wh- came to mind matthew a lot i mean. So he's managed to build a hundred and sixty one hundred twenty six thousand five hundred people who've been on his program. I'm assuming that was his dollar. Webinar that people come on it satellite that because he said there was. I think it was about three hundred ish. But it's after that. Yeah i could be totally wrong though. But that's a much higher ticket. Yeah and since those are dollar A dollar to be on the webinar. Those are technically one hundred. Twenty six thousand five hundred customers that he has on his list. Probably a little less. Because i you know it sounds like he does invite some people to join for free from time to time. But you know it's still a hundred thousand plus email by your list customers. Who paid him money. Giving them credit card details. Yeah he's use these same techniques the at ninety four thousand instagram followers. I love the the way that yeah he starts with what you just said there. Yeah facebook add to this and then once they've gone through all the stuff with him for at least two hours. Yeah then he's bringing them over and instagram to go get some more cool free value but by that time there like of course. I'm gonna follow this guy over. There is a no brainer. Yeah so that's it just seems like a perfect way to gird instagram. That's integrated with what he's already doing. Yeah and i think what intrigued us about him when he reached out is this is something that we've been doing more you than me but collectively as a company we've been doing and we really had a sort of methodical process behind a new why we would send we do the why in the wind to send them but we didn't have any sort of framework behind it right so we do a lot of videos Where somebody comes on our show and we'll send them a video thanking them for being on our show and then offering some support in some you know various relevant ways to them Based on some of our outside conversations So we do that. You do a lot of videos where you're actually reaching out to customers and join a program of our. After they join one of our programs we do a lot of videos where we're trying to get affiliates to promote our and there's a lot of videos going out asking for help with promotion so we're doing a lot of this micro video concept stuff but we didn't. We've never really had any sort of like legit framework behind. Answer frameworks for sure. Yeah and i think that was what was what was so cool but plus he also gave us like how many additional ideas where we can do the same style of videos again right. I mean there's so many uses and and he was saying the other thirty while the bank of thirty three videos. obviously we covered a few in depth. Yeah But those other ones are like almost go. Deeper on the specific verticals follow ups. And all that. So i mean really you can start getting run in a little bit with these videos that we that we outlined. Obviously it's probably better to just go through you know dollar payback but yemen. You're right and just the fact that he's taken advantage of it during the pandemic as well but it just shows that the i feel like the attentions more there and people still haven't picked it up on picked up on how to leverage video properly Is even before. But like the response is when i'm even sending a Like one of the examples of when i send a loon videos win Su su and support will say. Hey someone joined our thrive cart facebook group and they have a buyer intent question. They're not a customer because they actually asked her you know and they usually have the question there and when someone comes in she's like hey here's wanna make a video for will it takes like three minutes. Maybe i would modify it based off of a obvious thing but after that like almost everything responses like holy moly. I was not expecting this and it was just just the video. Factor is an email. Maybe a little while factor but probably not as much. Yeah one question. I actually meant to ask but for whatever reason slipped my mind before the episode was over was to kinda ask the tools that he uses That was on my notes list. And i forgot by so we use Loom mostly right mainly in pawn giora so loom for that outrageous says okay. This is something. I i actually don't really know too much about. Why loom verse bonjour. Can't you do the same stuff with loom that you can do with buongiorno. Nah i mean he could work more so bunjiro. Actually and this is crispin. Nettie i give him props because he was the real magician. That taught me. Because i was questioning the same thing. I think i asked him that. Same question right. No no bonjour all the way because basically you can integrate that with your you know maybe leads or sales or whatever so you can actually so if you log in our bunjiro it actually gives you a task list. So every customer will be added to a task list and says. Hey make a video for bob that just joined pob pod hacker and then i will just open up the app to the task list and literally will go from all right cool. You just completed that video on the next connect on almost like a little crm workflow that's in. There is one hundred percent gotcha slack. So you're never gonna miss something or you can see replies and you can have fallen conversations in there. Yeah well it sounded like based on what avi was saying. It sounds like he takes videos and just put them on. Youtube puts him on. Instagram is different than what. Yeah yeah but you can take the structure and applied everywhere. I mean so you remember how he sent us that video like when he sent the video for outreach like wondering was it like he did. He drive us over just to a youtube link though because That could be the answer to but the one thing that's kind of interesting about that is if he's doing all of this outreach. Minimum three a day five days a week and he's driving everybody to a place where they can watch video over on youtube. I bet that has a pretty decent impact on his youtube subscriber amount as well. Maybe am actually. I just pulled up his outreach email. it's really good. I forgot i had to get a lot of details on there. Till wasn't just the video of me. Click the link. Can you do a youtube so he actually recorded the video. We don't know what tool or camera. He used for the video. Well most sites on bone he held it up video so and he said all you need is a phone so i'm sure we're actually pulling up the video again. We're going to watch it real quick. Yeah yeah he's sitting in his office chair with his phone in his hand on the on the actual video itself it says hi madden joe. Please watch till the end. So it's obviously customized I think he can't do this kind of stuff with loom. But yeah. I mean the fact that He's got a good mouth. Subscribers on there and subscribers is the two thousand twenty thousand and twenty thousand okay so about twenty thousand five hundred subscribers on his youtube channel Liked it just to make sure i mean. It's even simpler than the loom bonjour like. He's just using iphone camera and then thrown it up on youtube real quick and then when he does the outreach he links your to the youtube video on that obviously he's putting an overlay of text on here too so i'm sure he just does that in the iphone app. I'm guessing maybe you know he's got a system for it though. Yeah no. it's a youtube video and and this was a three minute and eight second video so it doesn't take a long time and that's the beauty of it's like like you said the time is really most expensive thing that we all have our time. Life is short. And get out of the whole impetus and yeah the reason why you did. This is he wants to be with his family more. Yeah so shoot you know. Just knocked him out with the system in as really cool. I don't know. I just think it's a really smart model every asset. Yeah i mean you'll probably be hearing from avi more if you're hanging out in ecosystem in the group or a pod hacker member or or that kind of thing made up some ways. Yeah we chatted with them a little bit more after we stop the recording. And we've got some some cool exciting things that we'd like to partner up with him on or not necessarily partner but collaborate with him on some stuff and you'll probably be hearing his name in our circles a little bit more in the coming weeks and months on a. I think one of the big things that kind of is a maybe a check to some people. Like if you're not using video and leveraging some of these tools and just i mean obviously it's not even that tool you know not a lot of tools. iphone youtube. Yeah can all do that. But like we're the future is here. He was saying you like this is magic sitting here. we've today. We have a two guys in in canada. But like you know. He was travelling to india from canada. I don't know how many hours that is that on a plane fifty two times a year or some. Yeah once a week for a year insane. So yeah it's magic but if we're not harnessing video in a right way right now even if you're not a creator typer doing youtube stuff while still use video to connect with people. It's just like you because we used to be a seminar junkies has well. I wouldn't say junkies but we went to. Yeah i mean we went to at least one a quarter and there was one year i remember. I don't remember what year it was but twenty ten twenty seven before any of us had kids. I remember there was one year where i think i was at a different event once a month. Pretty like the most extreme. i've done. yeah that's the most i've ever done to but you know like just the fact that we did that because that's how we wanted to increase our network and it worked. Nah that's how we. I was closing sales on my at the time Because i was. I was very much like a one to one kind of guys so like just like how doing this video i was doing that in person. Yeah pretty much the same thing than you were leveraging seminars as well for i mean you're kind of doing the wordpress classroom through but you were growing network probably gonna affiliates and all that stuff their partners and it worked and that's why people think are seminar. Junkies is not always for the content to be in the room with the people. Rumored connects happens. I larry trademark donald trump because the people to cover it up or nothing people that own the rights to that song or definitely listening to podcasts. I definitely know so. I don't know. So yeah i mean if you know harnessing the stuff right now i mean there is a massive opportunity in like i said there's not a lot of people doing it still. Yeah it's like if you don't have structure then it gets really tough and then you procrastinate. You probably don't ever do it. Don't be that person. Don't be orders. Okay so. I have a quote from avi that. I really liked said. Webinars are the superpower of the twenty first century. He mentioned webinars a lot. Yeah he's a fan of them. I think so. Yeah and Luckily we have a fabulous sponsor that syncs up nicely with obvious. Message there and that's easy webinar. Yep so easy. Webinar is your magic tool to sink in with video in what was just talking about. I don't think we need to say any more than that really if you need to do the the webinar thing while easy webinar is who recommend going two hundred and One of the reasons we recommend it. Well a it's awesome but be hooking up hustle and flow chart listeners with a discount. That's you so they're hooking up with. I mean depending on the plan. It's a substantial chunk. Something like thirty ish. Percenters like that usually don't want to see the percentage. Because maybe it's good. If you want people to click the link you need to open the loop in their minds land. Click the link to see how discount. Oh you know. I just gave it. A discount is somewhere between one percent and one hundred percent more. What is not one hundred percent and it's not one percent he wouldn't be able to withstand easy webinar. Who's just giving it away. But i don't think he'd make a living off of that but you know easy. Women are has been around for a long time and they have a ton of customers. We know this because we've personally sold many folks as an affiliate and i saw my kids doing class on one day. So i know using it. So it's definitely a tool that you should be using four webinars because webinars the superpower of the twenty first century. Yeah so you gotta we gotta get that testimonial from avi upon the easy webinar site or that chart like special page. Actually we probably say that all right so to get this special mention that because it would probably help you aunties webinar. Figure out this whole connection thing go easy webinar dot com slash hustle hustle. Easy webinar dot com slash hustle. 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Game of Thrones - The Bells

Fantasy Theatre

45:24 min | 2 years ago

Game of Thrones - The Bells

"The bar. But that up. It's like about this dawn. A+ works. Joe bell. I need seriously. Staring out a window right now. Right in the mood. Joe bell. We hit a talk about game of thrones, the Pinault treatment episode entitled the bells, the bells very fitting fitting, there's a, there's a giant bail in the Sepah sewed brings. Yeah, it rings, sir. Does when my favorite lines on on the on one of the game of thrones sub read it was, I totally relate to Danny. My neighbors have wind chimes. That's good. Yeah, that's good. And the, the LeBron tweet is drug on is good. Lebron is drogue on. No, there's there's there's the some I guess, like a little clip of him after a Cavs game. He's like I just had to get us out of this, this hump. It get us over the edge, not about losing a swear almost made a similar analogy when I was praying for this. Yeah, but it's really funny. He's like I've been in this league along time. No, I'm not about losing. Speaking of sports analogies. Let me go ahead and get this out of the way figured out, who Tyrian reminds me of. He's Joe flacco. What a Super Bowl, you know, he had he had his moment is just coast enough. The inertia. Yeah. Of all these this past life. Eventually ravens go and get ready. There's no Bronco for Tyrian though flacco, good busy still good. That's what people are saying. Right. He's still top twenty quarterback. Yeah. You know put them in there. See what he does. He's not getting as many chances during this. No. No. So I got something I want to say before we even start. All right. All right. I think this'll be a good introduction talk conversation. The world's smallest connect the dots. If a million with connect the dots, aren't you drawing exercise where you move your pin, pencil from dot to dot eventually revealing a clear picture of what the original artist? Intended game of thrones season, eight is the world's smallest connect the dots. Each giant blob of ink Minta drive. The story forward is barely dry before someone is connected the next dot and then the next and before, you know, it is just a giant ink dots that resemble little more than a mess. Instead of the detailed masterpiece somewhere hidden beneath, I wanted to get this out of the way. Early also want this to be the only instance I will mention it. But it will it will it will come up again. I'm sure I'll say it again. They one hundred percent needed more time to tell every story in a satisfying way, as they were so good at doing and previous. Seasons. They decided they did not want that much time in the conversation in the conversation. So what we must do is look at what they present it to us always satisfied with what was on the screen because I keep hearing that Joe Bill. I keep hearing, like, well, sort of been butterflied ahead, more time. Yep. No, I don't think anyone's going to argue that there was gonna argue that, but we have to judge what they have given us. Right. And there's a difference between someone you know, showing not telling right in TV you know, you see it on the character's expressions, their faces. They're kinda showing us what they're doing and who they're thinking instead of just the character saying that, right. But you can't do all the work that they have asked you to do to get to some of these emotional moments or at least I feel that way, right? I feel like a lot of this stuff has landed because we haven't seen enough. Now do you wanna get down to? The, the very crux, the very the, the pivotal, decisive moment of this episode go right for that. Yeah, we can go right for that. Let me start off by saying. I, I did like this episode. I know a lot of people said, I heard from a couple people that it was the worst game thrones episode ever. Okay. I liked The Danny part. I did not like pretty much most of the other stuff. You're on Jamie just not talk about that, please. Let's forget that happened. That was that was that was bad. Very bad. We'll move on. Sir c. The that, that, that blows my mind more than anything. That's what I'm most upset about is Jamie thing because that would have been ready to call someone dumb, if they had said that Jamie's, like literally face value going back to be with certainty. Now, what I couldn't get over is in my head. I was like the only thing that satisfied is Jamie killers. That's the most satisfying thing that's the best thing for story for his arc. Now, she would have to do something else probably in front of him. And that's where I thought the baby would come in, because he wouldn't he kill her. While she had the baby. That would definitely I think they screwed up having her being pregnant. Yeah, because they could not have Jamie kill his unborn child. It also made her character do things that one of the dense holy make sense. Like, would sir Ceac this way, if she were pregnant, I don't know. I mean. It was bad. I really wish they had just he's trying to find her and it doesn't see her. And she they both die. Go, my gosh. I could think of that would have probably been better. I could think of so many things that would have been better when I was thinking, rewatch it, and I was looking at the year on Jamie scene, or whatever I was, like, what Jamie, just like dies in that cave, or die, somewhere on his way, are you sees that takes his face, and then kill sir see like that would have been tight. Really? I liked as part. You know, and I'll explain why I thought our as part was actually very meaningful within the context of the overall plot their Bumba. Yeah. Like man Tyrians part did not like I mean he's so good at acting that the writing was just trash between him and Jamie, but he still he did it as well as you can do those lines. The only reason Jamie interior and get to have that moment. I mean that's the only reason Jamie is. Why this the that is a problem? That's why you're connect the dots thing makes lot of sense. They're connecting us with giant sharpies need, like like they're making entire crazy plot points jumps just to have a scene just to. Yeah, it's cliff notes and the scene. And because it seems so contrived to us, we can't enjoy it. And that's the whole problem. I have with up to mountain saying and everyone wind that to happen. And then just here's how we can make it happen to aria now go back to king's landing. They don't talk all time. And then they're there and say, we'll see you. I thought the gang bull was fantastic. The fight was good the whole thing. I did tell then really can make it argument. He has the most complete arc of anybody. What is art? I mean look, he he found a way to care, but he also realized that he was doomed like he did not. He didn't. Want a life after this, this is what he wanted to do. And that was it. He that was the best thing for him him dine like that. Like if he'd have survived he would just been like now. What, what do visit aria every couple of months? See see how she's doing what's his life after that? But in that moment, and this is where we needed their journey their journey down to king's landing where they have a bunch more meaningful conversations about the nature of revenge. And what it does the inside of a person, not just a manifestation of the outside hard. That was on his face. When he literally says, look at me do you want to be like me that could have hit? I, I still think that worked, but that could affect a lot harder for me if we had that build up beforehand. Right. Yeah. And the key characters aria and they have a great opportunity to have moments and they just skip all of it because they're out of time. Yeah, I remember people being late. Yeah. If conversation like that, I think would have really had me sold on gain ball. I can explaining what's going through his head. You know. So. So. The mountain killing Khyber Ntu. That's just that was that was good with that was directed so well, and shot so well. When like the top of the hallway comes off beautiful shy and Mallon just standing there completely unfazed beautiful shot, especially the dragon flying over Neath. It was great. Yeah. One thing I wanted to mention let's go ahead and get into The Danny put. So as we were watching the episode and Tyrian kept bringing up the bills interior and kept saying, in, you know, once they ring the bells, that's it, they're surrendering as a done deal. I think you said it three different instances where they were going through that he does John and votes that he course, tells Danny that he tells Jamie that, when he told Jamie that I thought I saw the writing on the wall, Chamie rings, Bill, Jay. Well, well, Jaime, tell sir see that she needs to ring the bell. Okay. So he does that he does what Tyrian says Jamie gets up there, he tells her say, hey, if you ring the Bill, you know, it'll be fine. She rings, the bell with the complete intention of backstabbing her. Ringing the bell. And then she completely nullifies it, and you see across Bogo through drogue on or something like that. Like that was like, when he when Tyrian toll Jamie that I was like, oh my God. This is that's what's about to happen. And that's great. Yeah. That makes a lot of sense that would says fine with sir see too, because she has a backup plan. Yeah. She actually does something this season, you know, instead of a you're on. Yeah. One of the drag because we'd have enough money for the final battle. Yeah. That would give Jamie a reason to take out, and it shows that still got something for sleeve. And it makes Danny's eventually he'll turn. Sells way more way, more, especially if she finds out Tyrians, the one that lets Jamie go. Yeah. I thought that Jamie was going to ring the bell like he realizes the situation is completely hopeless. He's not going to get to search see. Everything's collapsing, he knows he's probably going to get executed for this or something. But he just runs up and does anyway. Right. Rings, the bell tries to stop everything. Yeah. I don't know what happens after that. This. They have them do the same thing and he doesn't make it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, whatever they did with him with trash, so anything and the whole brand stuff is just meaningless. No. You think like home, do took virginity as like peace out. I gotta go die with my sister sister lover. Well, I mean what do you mean meaningless man shows is true character that he didn't? He didn't grow as a person. He is what's hard to get over man. Because I felt like we did grow. He went to fight the dead. He would instead of being with his sister. He went to frigging get on the front lines and fight death. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. They didn't do enough to sell whatever change in his head. I agree one of the best points. I saw that someone said in the episode Jamie says, I didn't notice this on a rewatch. But Jayme Jamie said, I never see yet. He says, I've never cared for the innocent when he's talking to Tyrian. He says that line, I've never cared for the innocent anyway, or something like that talking about what he's done. This dude stabbed his king to protect much medicine lives. Yeah. I mean that's what he's tying himself about himself. That's not as. Yeah. I don't know was he was showing I don't know hubris bravado. Like I care about these people. Okay. Let's move on. But this is the problem with one of the chose to short. Another thing is, what is vitally important in the books is the internal monologue that you hear the characters thinking, which cannot that. And the, the fact of a unreliable narrator. You cannot make any of the either of those things happen in the TV show. So a lot of this really complicated stuff when this characters are finally getting tied together and things start making sense. I don't think it translates to the TV show, the way it was meant to in the books, and I think Jayme like one, they didn't have enough time. But Jamie, but I feel like hearing Jamie's thoughts. That's how you know what is going on in his head. So when, when he says, stuff like that Tyrian like I never cared for the innocent. Like is that what he's actually thinking is you just saying that to false rata is what, but we can't read any of those thoughts. So it's hard for that, too. We should know what characters thinking, though that should be on screen. Yeah, if he's saying that as a throwaway line because he, he wants to seem brave, or whatever he's resigned. He's just trying to get tearing off his back. We need to see that. And I don't think that's a failure on the actress part thing is just how they wrote the scene, but just get back to Danny, because we haven't really. Yeah. So this is my point. I can I can take the argument that they kind of stumbled through this, and they could have done it better. But I think her finally, succumbing to her madness and doing what she did was actually incredibly moving. And in relation to the book, Danny is. Fantastic way to end it because book, Danny. And this is something I don't think we saw on the screen. Is terrified of this, mental illness? That's inter- family. She always has lines, like will. Here's a line. Am I mad? She says lines like. There's another line. She has a lot of she has love lines like that was, she says, I am I mad. Do I have the taint? She knows that this is a part. And she constantly is thinking, very dark thoughts that she pushes down, dark, emotional moments, she wants to do things and she has enough, self control to stop and push them down. But she knows of the mental illness, real. She starts getting paranoid. She has paranoid, the luge thoughts about people. There's one scene in marine where they're just doing some acting show. And she's convinced the show is about her, and they're, they're mocking her for something. But it's this, that's not what's happening like and but she recognizes it, she doesn't know how to deal with it. She doesn't have anybody who understands that situation and can and can help her, and it just grows and grows and grows, and eventually she snaps I mean, I get y on the screen, it was like, okay she looks kind of normal. Well, she's upset about John, and then now she's suddenly crazy, like they kind of stumbled through that. And I think the whole narrative of her falling in love with John and then John not. Recei giving that love back. I think that was completely contrived meaningless and not have had any bearing on this book event happen. The way it did. I think there has been very clear evidence that. She she has a very cruel tendency. I mean she crucified a hundred and fifty people. There was a time when the and, you know, marine is the key to all this. There's a time in marine where she kidnaps all the children from all these slave from Ali, slave masters, hold them hostage to try and stop this battle, and their times when people are telling her to kill them and she thinks in her head, but she pushes it down. And she keeps pushing it down. You know there there's another time. Let's see. And this, this is this is this is a line from the book about. The crucify the crucifixion how many one old woman ask, how many must you have to spare us, one hundred sixty three she answered? She had them nailed to wooden posts around the plaza each man painting, pointing to the next, the anger was fierce and hot insider when she gave the command and made her feet. He made her feel like an event dragon the later when she passed the men dying in the post, when she heard their moans and smell their house and blood Danny put aside the glass, it was just it was I did it for the children. I think all that is very powerful. I think what happens to her Moraine, because she pushes everything down. She, she pushed dragging down. She does everything for pace, she marries that guy for peace for the city and then it all collapses. I think that is when Danny turned and everything else pass, then has been just triggers for her madness. Okay. So. Is four is what's in the TV show, would that? Yeah, that was on the TV show. The children thing was her. I thought she kidnapped the children and the TV show. Remember that? But it's possible. Yeah that's the only one. So. I, I have I thought this is where the season was going. So I saw something on the screen that told me that. And one of the main things was how they focused on her burning the Carly's in just the big issue that was for Tyrian, and everything I was, like, man. They're making a big deal at her burn those people that's come back this way back. So that's at beginning season. That's what I thought was happening when you and I talked about who would die, who would live. I was like, I think Danny has to die because, you know, she's got her. The there were a lot of people who said, they just don't believe in Danny's character. Dennis character could kill innocent. People could kill those women and children. And they've very blatantly show, her just Veyron women and children. You know it's not just a oh, I didn't see them. It's type thing. Yeah. She's burned the whole city burn every inch of it. So here's, here's what I have to say to those people. Jon snow, he could have SAM's unborn child, who's going to be named after him. You could have that child butchered in front of him, if you had to kill innocent people to exact revenge he would not do it, snow would not do that saying, this is not in Danny's character is wrong. Same the writers and show owners did not show us enough to justify the he'll turn debatable. But valid stance. I think yeah. There is no he'll turn shoes. Has always been a hill or been a hill, sits marine. No. I mean she's been conflicted character the people because they wanted to root for ignored obvious evidence. I mean she burned a woman alive. The witch in season one but woman was raped by her by drug owes army. Yes. And yes, she did it for revenge. Right. And but people just ignore this. They think they think that Danny, they wanted to believe in Danny, so they were believing. They were telling themselves that she was changing when she wasn't. I mean she's always cared. She has cared for innocent people, the people that she feels are innocent. She's cared like they're afraid slaves. They mean more than anything. But the idea of innocence, and they made it pretty clear in the show, Danny. Doesn't believe people in king's landing are innocent. She's asking she's asking, why won't they rise up while they rise up against seriously. And he's like, well, they, they just don't she's the slavers in 'Support rose up. I, I don't I don't think I'd give it to get enough credit that ex that see, like I was really convinced material that and honestly from what they showed us on the screen, it seemed like Danny was, too. I think she was okay. I don't I don't know if she truly believed it, maybe not maybe she didn't want to. And but. And, but she gives grey worm that nod and it's like. From what from what it looked like they were telling me, they were telling me that Danny accepted, what Tyrian said it was like, yeah. Listen to two on this. Right. The whole show is, is false. False plays in moves and why she's gonna care. And also, let's go back. I don't know. I think the people arguing this, I think it says a little bit more about what they're willing to accept than maybe there. So they would have treated Danny completely differently if she had stayed in dragon stone, and let the doth Raqi the north men and the unsullied pillage and destroy the city and kill tons of innocent people. But because she did it. They think that's different. But she was responsible. She responsible as soon as she said that the city if you write a city innocent, people are gonna die horrifically, the only that's why it was so great. Because her killing them. Made people disgusted and, and that feeling of discuss made them actually after rationalize and. Realize the, the actual violence that they would have been okay with otherwise. I don't know if that's quite the case, because she's still allowing that to happen. She still in charge. It's like the way they showed. So the way they showed it was not some type of free for all the way they showed it was clearly, the bells have wrong Danny's on top. The Lancaster soldiers have dropped their swords. She's one she's one and she decided to go ahead with it. Anyway. Did. Did you watch the after the thing? No, I never do guys. Don't no. Says stuff, it's so frustrating the way. I think the bells are completely silly. I think the fact that they drop their weapons was silly one. We didn't see the death Raqi did they stop probably not whether or not showing don't get only we only know what they showed don't, but the idea of medieval see ending because of church bells. I think what that speaks to is Tyrian refusal to accept what is happening and his responsibility on it. He knows in this, and people are going to die in the depths of his heart. He knows Danny is going to do something. So if he doesn't have enough courage to stop it when varies does. And so he's grasping for straws. He's hoping will maybe won't be that bad. Maybe they'll ring the bells and maybe they'll stop. Maybe these insane north men who despise the peoples of king's landing, the unsullied, who just whose leader, just saw his lover murdered and the Iraqi who have never done anything like that. They're just going to stop. They would if Danny would have told them to see to laid out a thing like, hey, Jude have been like if they ring the Bill, but Danny has been dealing with madness. And this evil insider. This the whole point the books, they explain it constantly. And then she's there dragon dies. She realizes that she has no claim to this throne, which has been her entire motivation for going there in the first place. It's her birthright she earned this belongs to her. It doesn't birthright. Not in her mind. She earned her bones. This is her destiny and it's not, and then a dragon dies and then her best friend is murdered in front of her. Not the only thing that doesn't make sense. Is that she stopped you mean right then and there the only the only thing that, that didn't make sense. And I think the only did it for dramatic appeal was her not been crazy the entire time. Like no. So I mean we've never seen her during a city invasion, anyway, after like being. You know, having the blood of war, whatever going insider after she, you know, kills all the ship people and stuff. I want to think about miss sandy being her best friend or whatever. That's not just your best friend. That was the example of purity in her life. Now that was the most genuine in, in various person in her life in the she died. She watched her die in a brutal fashion in that scene were she gives grey worm the, the slave chain necklace. He throws in the fire. Whatever those very telling to those beautiful beautiful. Yeah. I just I mean that's the thing she tried piece before she tried not bringing the dragon it didn't work. And now the only reasons she had the the angels in her head. They're all gone now L. She has herself. And this is what this is what that cyber is. She says mercy they will have the dragons mercy. That's what she says, marine when she's talking about once I'm talking about killing everybody there. Yeah, I have no doubt that in the books, they, they've told it better for, for, for shadowed, everything better. I saw where even in like the first book, it's like her third POV chapter. She has this dream or vision or something of the red keep the doors being red or like the doors burning or something. So it's all, you know, it's, it's been there day one for Martin and I one hundred percent know that this is a plot point from him. He just didn't he didn't tell them how to get there because. Well, I think I think they gave a lot of they get a lot of. Yeah. Yeah. I'm, I'm marinas the key, though. I mean, I guess I under I kind of understand why people think that killing innocent people. It's I think there's a different. I do I'm on that. I do think there's a big difference in what she did a marine and what she did. But she's a war criminal. This people, I think people, and that's what said the whole time is that what you're trying not to be trying to keep people from. Yeah. Does what you did. That's what she is. There's another part marine where I think she tortures some prisoners that they have. I mean. People people, that's the thing people, and that's why I thought I think people have a hard time accepting this because they want to be able to tell who's the evil people and who's not. And they couldn't with her because they ignored the evil thing. She did like crucifying one hundred sixty people. That's the thing you had to ignore that. They showed that. It showed her burning everybody in the pit after after she can't have drug on came. Right. Right. That's the scene. I mean, she tried piece it didn't work. She said this, this is peace. This is what I worked for. So is it tastes so much like defeat? What happened? That's what she said when she had to marry the guy, and she's miserable. Yeah. And then drug on saves her. She goes to the Iraqi. This is new Danny. It's a lot of what she's filling in that moment where she's sitting on the dragon in the bells of rang. A lot of it's very child like a lot of it's berry. I didn't I got what I wanted, but I don't like out feels. So I'm gonna about too much. Just do more. You know, I'm trying to. I'm trying to boil it down to what she's feeling in that moment. Yeah. Because that's really what the show was focusing. Is her when the bells ringing and see? It's. They really try and make it seem like she's making a decision, right there. They do. That's out spilt. I thought when she said to John let it be fear that that was basically her making up her mind. In the thing. So the thing about that is. Danny the fit the fear verse love thing, if you really peel back in examine that she knows that Santa various, or whatever combination of that has told people people will know who Johnny is no matter what happens in king's landing if she peacefully takes the city and then she just talks it out has to win a popularity contest with John, eventually, that might be the road. She looked down. She loses. She loses every time going down that road, the time, she might win if she burns an entire city to the ground, and then everybody that got those little notes from various healers about that. And they're like, oh, we don't care. We don't want our city. She got a dragon. She torched Kingsland. We don't want to come in here. I don't care who John is. We're gonna pretend we didn't see this. Yeah. And this is another point in the book that is important that has missed on the TV show. And that's Dario Dario in the book tells her these things. He says it would just be easier if you just killed all these people, and she listens she listens, but she pushes it down. But that doesn't multiple times, like, why are we just get all these slave masters in a room and kill him? Right. And in this show, it seems like silly like she's just some little girl falling in love with this cool guy. But in the in the books, as much am I paying as much different like he is he is showing her and easier way. Away that maybe even less painful for. She said the line win Tyrians debating weather when she's sitting dragon stone, and she says, we will show sir see that mercy is our strength. In when she was saying when I watched it, and she said that I was like, I was looking at it from a twisted angle, I was like she saying that they're death is mercy like because I was pretty sure that was coming that she was going to just go ablaze. So I was trying to how do you interpret that line? We wish over that mostly is our strength. I don't. I don't. I don't know. I mean if I thought about it, there might be a way to. I mean, I also think I don't know. I think a lot of people are tripping over the fact that it was like a very conscious intelligence decision when her madness is also critical part. I mean her dad did the same thing. He just lost it, and started murdering people. And she. This is a part of her character, and she's trying to push down, and it comes up, I would have liked to have seen that more like I would have liked more than just a shot of her with circles under is that was that was silly because, but they're also saying that, that's critical to this happening, but they didn't show that enough going for they just showed her like reacting like, oh, one of the like, John More than me, this not Canaries in the book at all. It's kind of dumb I by that. She would be jealous. Also by not going to lead her to, to what this is maybe jealousy throw jealously, and with a concoction of several other different emotions. It's not gonna help. Yeah. She's also never probably never been told no bag I ever. For the first time, she's heard no. Who's not been in love with her. I know that the show is really only give it as well. Three examples, we've got three examples of strong men that have just would do anything for in Dario Giora in, in cow drug. Oh, yeah. And then John's is like. Gives gives the Heisman needed a conversation about the between them to I need something other than John sane McQueen, and I can see that one that would piss people off that kind of pisses me off, like the show runners, obviously made that like a critical part that also influences her, but didn't show wise Danny liked John, first of all, you have to buy that they were in love, which is kind of hard to do so. I wish I wish I had more upsets. Nice. Did you get that? I don't think I necessarily caught this the first time through. But various was definitely trying to poison her. Yeah. Yeah. See, I don't even think realize that the first time through man. But that's cool. She had to not eat. Yeah. To try and poisoner I guess. I wish you succeed been cou maybe he did sixty. Oh, oh, that would be maybe explain it foil, edited that in, they realize all not. Doughnut? She was poison this fine. So you don't want to speculate on the ending, right? No, I mean, I will say this. She broke the wheel. Wheels broken which I also like I mean, we're all like debating this iron throne thing there. I don't think there is an iron throne anymore. What, what? No, I think destroying king's landing was this symbolic. Manifestation or whatever of her breaking the wheel and that was critical to breaking it. I don't think you can have a ruler without king's landing, and the representation iron thrown in that, that pillar. She destroyed all that. I don't I, I mean, I don't see Danny really maybe dying drogue, gone dying Kasese, critical to our power. How did they kill drug? Hopefully, that's what brand is four. Ooh. I had not thought of that. Yeah. I kind of think brand is the only one who knows how the Nike and killed. The other dragon. And I think maybe it has something to do with the the trees. There's like maybe arrow made out of that tree can do something, I don't know. Oh, you mean. Oh, the weapon used like what the weapon was made out of. Yeah. I how how. Open was so powerful. Oh, just figured he would war into. Oh, yeah. Just control. Yeah. That'd be cool too. I don't know. Yeah. Yeah. But I, I don't I don't know. I, I kind of feel see Danny, like maybe going back across the sea, but I don't see drug on surviving. I think Dana does one hundred percent. Yeah. I mean I could see that. I don't really want that to happen. I guess I think they gosh, they, they told us the whole time at the end that Ari is going to be the one to do it, and it really wouldn't make sense for her to use their faces abilities. One more time. I'm not sure what that is showing shooting a lot of EROs. Yeah. Kinda like. Yeah. This why things like era. Okay. An arrow would not kill. I just think drogue on has to go. Something something has to neutralize him. Right. Something has to neutralize them. Are they have to kill are inside a building? Let's say think of some other dumb way like the crossbows to kill dro- gone. Then there's no they made stopping him. When Khyber and said, all those are destroyed. Like, if they put out some other crossbow that'd be crazy that would make selling they would do that would be insane. But I'm hoping brand has something to do with this. And that's it. Yeah, I definitely I definitely think sauna, and I said, this earlier Sanga is the key to this new government. I don't think there's I don't think it's an iron thrown. I think is something something else. John being like the king at the end. Like that's I don't see that at all. Because I really believe even if Danny's gold, he doesn't still want that, right. Like I don't I don't see that. But I certainly see Danny's demise coming just shame. It's not look. Yeah. Did you got anything else? You'd said some about Aryans you say anything you want. Oh, aria. I love how they did aria because like I said, one thing that I thought was really important about how they did this seen this episode was us confronting what war actually is, and what it actually means when somebody brings their army across the sea to invade a country and siege city. It's not just okay cool. They're fighting over the iron throne. And this, this is this is an important theme in everything is that war is horrifically awful for the people. And there is no. There is very little just war. The only just war, you can have is, if there is some magical enemy from the north that has no regular human motivations. I certainly but the yeah. Like interior has said it before. He's like these people don't care who the king or Queen is they just want it survive and so- aria being on the ground and running around. I think we are supposed to really, you know, an Oriole also was like us where she has a very. She doesn't take very seriously violence, and she's a, I'm gonna go assassinate certainly like it's nothing like she doesn't understand it either like us like how. How riffing awful, what is happening is even if Danny doesn't do it herself. So are there witnessing it and seeing everything and, and trying to save and people who die brutally anyway. That was really awesome. I did really appreciate what she was trying to do. But I will say when I watched the episode second time festival. Some of that I get already know the point they're making I don't I don't care to see the, the bodies flying around anymore. There's there'd be no reason to watch the second time he's feeling you get watching it. The first time right guy, the point, and everything and the makeup and stuff. It's all incredibly visually the episodes. Gosh. Gosh. Awesome. Everything's cool. That's sane with the withdrawal gone when he kills various there. When comes out of the shadows, inspired, I love the way Jarod various was during that too. I mean, he doesn't beg. What an MVP? Yeah. What NBP various and the actor portraying bears. Yeah. Oh my gosh. I looked up book various videos on YouTube and found out like what people theorize is alternate motivations and stuff. It'll love me more. Fidesz. I didn't know he was pulled over from SOS by the mad king. The mad king brought him over there because he heard about the work. He had done is like the master whispers light brought him to him to work for him. Like I know that on the streets, that's just trying to survive. Lice lay slice somebody that island down there. Anyway. That was talk game. Thrones bells. The bells sweaty. I'm sweaty. The next episode is going to be very noncontroversial noncontroversial controversy is not going to be like controversy. Right. I think everyone's just gonna be upset. I, I not I don't I'm not necessarily predicting this. So I'm gonna go ahead and say it. I threw out a scenario where. John kill sir it. But I think something else has to happen toward John would do that. In maybe that thing is are you trying to kill her and deniers snuffing that out some hell? And like you dine like that could certainly spurn him. If she shows no remorse for Tyrian, if she knows what Tyrian did letting Jamie go. I think there's definitely a way where you can tell the story that she knew that because those guards would have been someone would eventually come in there and see the Jamie's not there anymore because that was at night. And they didn't attack daybreak. Someone would notice. Oh, Jamie's not here wonder what happened. Oh, yeah. Jeering win like she would know that if she knows that they've said over they've what she just told Terry. And if you fail me again, I'll kill you basically. So I wonder if that's like the first scene is like his judgment, just like various judged. No, don't. I don't think John would take well to Tyrian disband. She's just killing just everybody. Well, I don't I think he's, he's running John. Yeah. I mean he defied her orders to backing off yak enough. I mean he's still going to be king's landing surely. Yeah. Yes. I just I don't really see them like gathered around the campfire and John showing up. No. But he's going to be I don't know. I don't even want to think about. There and watch it came thrones. Baby. Thrones podcasts over normally in with a quote. Let it be fair.

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S1E03: Why am I wearing a mask?

The Inner Dialogue

14:21 min | 2 years ago

S1E03: Why am I wearing a mask?

"Underscore decisions. Just that on this, then on deep, they're not trivial, usually. You the most honest going, we were all can have other conversations. We have within us. With ourselves the inner dialogue. Diamonds. Six thirty. Why do I keep waking up saluting? He can sleep Nawgam, if you want to first event today is at eleven. It's been do diesel emission, and Audrey over. Over. I can't believe I wasted hundred bucks on the summer again. It was hundred done get facts. But other people seem to like it. So I guess I'm just missing something. But then the boss few years, we have established that he don't enjoy everything that other people are age too. Yeah, but I did have some good conversations, see at least getting something out of this. I did. But to be honest, I don't think I'm gonna do stay in touch with them. None of them I program and live in residences that avai five from my yeah. But lecture saw Monday's, so he would definitely be happy were in the close. 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Yeah. The blue dot follows the cheaper segment from your phone. Yeah. Then law has it moving in the wrong direction, Moro, get up goes to drive. If you're on the right bus, maybe to get into the action to go destroyed still walk and do just round made me. You did get on the bus Claudia away. I can't believe so dumb. Way does not reason to ban it. I'm just going to cross through and, and we'd for the next bus going the other direction. Yeah, but you stood wasted dime. What it was annoying experience. Yeah. Next thing again on the bus makes show you on that side of the road and also just off the driver. No. That's a medicine. Oh, so you ten running in front of everyone in the bus to what's the drivable Bankin was not? Thing. It wasn't messing. But how am I supposed to know which direction do go, dude who maps things, I'm so smart who could for authors when I've just been in the city for duties? I don't even know where left and dried up often congressperson where north and salted. But yeah, you're right. I should have looked at the map smoke EFI. One that's denied bus while you've been lucky with timing today, I have at least I didn't have to stand f another Hoffa waiting for the bus show bosses John mafi, Quintin here. Yeah. Okay. Now that didn't getting on this bus, just then foam. But the driver, this stops I just don't. I'm gonna put into confirm just good phone with the other driver, one just do it just to show. He don't wanna waste more time. Do. Key? See I knew this was going direction. Now, why did I ask? Yeah. This was just for practice. Gun believer thinking taking us screen to be easy to so many things you have to worry about. I know what if I forget to Balu string at master to have to get off at the next job and take the bus back. Okay. So being so extra. I don't think stops that fire away. You just walk from one-stop to the other. While than what kinda just walked from one stop to the event to the, the released my destination by walking. It all up. You've done us. Does. That's essence. Wow. I'm back to us started. Should I just get off and do this some other day? No one that you're out. You're already spent some time and finish the job. So getting off so easily. Yeah. Okay. Fine. Let's go finish the dos. But what if he gets laws? I'm not going to get the wool aside. Yeah. Has she going to Saudi in the morning? Breakfast. That's nice. Also, she's not my roommate, she's mine. Sweetening. Yeah. You good on saying though, I don't know why for some I expected to spend more time with. Sweetmeat so flatmate, elliptical. You also expected them to look like the Facebook profile pictures, and they wouldn't Hove close to the. Yeah. That was that was kind of putting I come in imagining what Mitch look like. And then when I see them, they Betty, dissemble the profile pictures. Why does everyone put up pictures that don't look like them isn't the whole point of having a profile pictures. Let other people can do what you actually the night if you want to put up a picture that doesn't look like you just put something else up completely do one. I was trying to show off my photography skins by putting that picture of Athens down. Yeah. It's a coincidence, but that doesn't mean you put it up as Facebook refund picture. How know why I feel uncomfortable knowing that strangest seem face? But a name do it, I can be walking on the street and someone who knows me can be right in front of me, but I wouldn't know what the newly but it doesn't matter. If someone knows you. That's not as someone knows me. I think I'm behave differently on people who knew me. Why you put on a mosque doesn't everyone put on loss. I'm sure on Monday when I meet all the people, I'm going to spend the next five years, I haven't started off, for someone Betty different and it happens automatically. It does. But Conti control it Conti. Just be who you are in front of everyone and many alone when that make life much easier. Yeah. It would I guess, and since they have no context of who I am. I can be anyone I can be me. Yeah. What then why do but of these mosques in front of defeat people because I'm sure I'm a very different boatswain in front of my family than in front of my friends. Yeah. Which one do you can? Which one do you think is close to your action south? So the idea in front of your found the, the trying to fill high school friends. I think the me that's in front of my high school best friends is they lost to the me. And then the one in Trentham abedin's is the second goes. But the one trying to my friends, I don't even know who I am. Why did you create these novelties? As no attend. It just automatically happen. For example, I am the we I am in front of my beds, because I know some things they went under sun. But then there's some things that only Dave than this done, and the one in front of my best friends. I think I am the we I am because the the way they are. I mean, the fact that they're open to me that he'd just share. Everything would need makes me comfortable, shedding everything with them. But the idea in front of my regular friends is. The idea ended up developing, when I'm trying to fit in and once you make Assanov yourself gone just stop being that person's began you. I think everyone has different boussole knows. But you can change that. Now you have an empty gaps in front of you on Monday. You're going to meet these people who are going to be with you for the next five years and you don't have to impress them. You have to be anyone specified with them because the expecting you to be you. They don't know any other Lucien view. To maybe you should just start being do in front of everyone. And anyone and then you don't have to think so much about what you should see in a certain situation. How you should app. The goes. Then you do whatever comes naturally do in that might just save you a nod of thinking. Yeah, I guess, so. But then. Why doesn't have even else do this why why has no in part of, of? The many people who've taught of it. I just don't think think it's something easy. I think it's very easy to conform to the people around you and. And pretend that you are someone who fits the description, I think it's much harder mind yourself that it's okay to be you. And I think you should start doing that because this is the time that you can. And maybe one day everyone will just be there but. Looking at all things that influence and all the lives that we do through media, that's hard. But. Now that you've talked about you, should try being you. A good person. So I don't think says anything wrong with being used. So maybe stride doing that. Oh, that's just all ballista. Okay, let's go get your sin number and go back to the summer camp. Again. You just finished another episode of the dot org. If you would like to reach out to the creator's you can find them on Reddit and Twitter as the inner data. And if you would like to follow our journey ahead, stay tuned for the next episode.

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S02E12: Happy aromantic spectrum awareness week!

The Inner Dialogue

23:36 min | 1 year ago

S02E12: Happy aromantic spectrum awareness week!

"Happy ear Mandic spectrum awareness. Week everyone so as you can done by my all of you that this is what I'm going to talk about being mandic and what that has meant for me and before I even start obviously wanted to give a definition of being a romantic so as an eater minded person. I feel no romantic attraction to anyone but in gendron anyone who has era matic could feel little or no romantic attraction to be our only feeder minded construction to be invasion. Eric Asians are under a very address. A consensus so hi. This is another part of my identity. I am either manic. Something that I've talked about before is being sexual route so these are two different things but for me the sort of good together just because align very well in terms of being on the same side of the spectrum which is like a we from what the world expects you to be which I guess is is a thing for many people who identify differently than what the Gentry society expects. You do identify as anyway so this episode. I wanted to talk about what it means for me to be eater MANDIC and how I had the inner dialogue with myself. Do you figure out that I'm either magic and not some other kind of romantic and just telling this my story? I guess so Even before I start I just wanted to see that figuring out my romantic orientation all my I guess being eater. Mandich was much harder than figuring out that sexual and I think if you find it hot during the sun was the difference between dramatic or indeed and sexual orientation the best way that my friend was romantic. Attraction is who you want delivered whereas sexual attraction is who you want to go to bed and from what I understand going to bed with. Someone is like a very strong feeling that people feel towards a specific worsen and they want to like do actions related to that so the fact that I didn't want to do any of that or didn't feel in physical attraction to what somewhat was very easy to gauge. In that game me I because all yeah this makes sense. I'm a sexual but when I think of what. So what do I want remanded we? It was harder because I think the biggest thing is that it's hard to define what falls under the romantic side of things right like I always while growing up wanted to marry you want to do have a family and Twenty to have that typical family that the DVD's shows showed me and my life showed me but off delake alarm dissecting and ask him questions. I realized that I wanted to have kids. And be a CO parent with my best friend. Do those kids. That is what I thought was a normal marriage but now I've learned obviously there's more to it but I kind of knew growing up that I'm not very romantic person but that was kind of considered okay like all of us know people in relationships where one is more romantic than the other. But these things will work out so when I was offered out that Sexual I side questioning like weed. So what's my romantic orientation and that was much harder because I had to. I define what I'm mean to be dramatic and in my head before I even questioned what what is romance. I used to think it's just like it's just the same as being with your best friend. I know understood what the difference between being relationship and being with your best friend was and now I understand does like more sexual stuff to it but also also that romance side effects which has gone d to make each other feel special. You make each other realize that you're more important than just a normal friend and for me. There are people who are very important to me but I consider them my friends. Because I don't think I would necessarily like to hold a hand or colluded with them on. I don't know I don't think I would be comfortable with them being in my Boston. Space all the time but I would stern want to be there for them if they need head and I know they'd be. Defa me if I need help so we have. We have that special bond. But we don't necessarily help the romance but in the bond so I had really said Don Indus- at Wedge Romance Means for me. Do I ever wanted to ever feed attracted to be ballooning romantic. Solder we and that was hard like I think figuring out sexual misconduct like half the dame that figuring out. I was ear MANDIC DICK. Because I had do sedan and imagine all these scenarios that I thought I wanted for the longest time in my life and actually asking myself if I would be comfortable in the scenario so I did think that I would like to did someone at some point but then when Assad known anonymous like would I be comfortable going out for dinner with someone under the under the. I guess like todd that this romantic evening. Not just assigning front as friends and allies. That I wasn't I wasn't comfortable with someone thinking that be a more than France. I don't know why but like when I think of that. It just doesn't feel normal natural to me. But here's the thing I like. Seeing romance in movies are like my friends when the In Romantic reminded situations alike are happy. Feel I feel happy for them but every time I imagine someone sending me flowers or rolling my hand dig. Miana Dido meeting them out on a date. I feel awkward about a dozen fee lake. The puzzle pieces fit and I think it. Was this awkwardness. That made me realize that. Yeah I'm reminded because I've never seen someone on that someone who are one dude. Do these things with do will hands. And maybe cuddling just st exclusively word for the longest time. Because I've realized that people who I'm really attached to people who are thinking closest friends once they start dating. I am happy for them. If they're happy I can see that they're happy and then that makes me happy but does no sense of jealousy or does not that I feel is like oh you should only hang out exclusively with me. I like you should only have special bonding dimes with me. And not this other person but yeah just like. I'm not saying that when people put their boyfriends girlfriends like that significant other partners above the best friend that it's okay it has not okay and tactfully. My friends have done that yet but I do know that the might be times when my friends choose their board knows over me but I think for now like that hasn't happened to me so I haven't felt jealous about them spending time with the significant others but if that does happen ambrish all my friends will understand that. I do want them to be deaf me because I will be there for them in important situations but honestly. I do expect my friends do that. I don't expect my friends to see. Yeah I know you're in need of my health but I'm a significant other and they are more important. The News oops. I'm not coming to help you. I don't think any of my friends would ever see that but That was the main thing the main thing. If meteorologist era and Dick was media leising that people who? I'm really close to who I consider my close friends. If this dating someone else I would not be jealous. And that's how I figured out. I was romantic because I just never fed piece of of being more auden friends with someone. I've just know that even thinking of that with someone kind of puts me away from that whole relationship. Because I'm like no. This was supposed to be a special thing for us. But now you've made it remind. Dick which is not something that fits my. I Dunno my brain structure on my understanding of life so being in Amman Dick for me means that I have never felt traumatic attraction to someone and every time I explained someone that I'm Era Mandic. Explain it to someone that. I'm your mandate is sexual. People always see like all. But you shouldn't give up and you shouldn't close the doors but here's the thing. I am not closing the doors like I'm not denying feelings. I'm just seeing that. I've never felt it and yeah if I feel it. I will definitely acknowledged side. Because that's what I've learned by questioning everything that my feelings are my own define and our own do understand and if I feel something I will acknowledges because if I don't do it now and come up later it will definitely come up later. So yeah that was like my thinking process and the Broncos and figuring out that I made on Monday but D- what I wanted to focus on is do things one is why I often just can fleet is sexual eater mandic a spot of manned entities into one and do what would change if I wasn't one of these things but the other so if I was a sexual and not inner mandic and if I was maybe some sort of romantic and maybe era Madigan other sort of sexual so just want to talk about what would change if I had different combinations. Romantic than Sexual Conditions So. Let's start with. Why always can fleet being east excellent ear MANDIC and I want to clarify the data's not true if someone is sexual does not mean their era mindich and if someone has reminded does not mean sexual so for example someone might not be romantically attracted to people like they might not want to spend their life with certain people but they do want to go to bed with certainty and the opposite is true? Do they might not want to go to bed or go sleep with someone but they might want to spend their lives as romantic partners with someone so various combinations of exist and everyone is valid in their own identity. And if you are not sure about how some combinations work or how people figure things out I encourage you to go find such people and Dr Them and ask them questions because one thing I realize it is that all of us who have gone through this Johnny. If we get questions from a genuine place of learning we engaged those questions. We wanted to answer those questions and I cannot talk about everyone who has different combinations romantic and sexual orientation when those people talk about themselves so if you do have any questions feel free to elect boss Sam and Dag even maybe they can help you find someone who didn't identified sake but for now. Let's talk about me so I usually conflict east sexual near Romanticism. Especially when I'm talking to beeping not aware of the difference between Romantic Orientation Sexual Editions is because I just have. I guess like the patience to sit and explained to be what the differences on a daily basis and it comes up often that sexual when talking to my friends to talking to people who are sort of like reaching a point by them they are my friends because if you don't realize that you should that we talk about people's relationships and sex quite often more often than we realized that that's true especially wine and dine just went and people do feel that. It's okay to ask people if the dating anyone on what the plan is for run DMC and people did that to me so I just said Yeah. I don't think I ever did someone I'm not into dating people's one of my co workers just asked me she like usx loves a Yes. But I could have gone. I may section and eat reminded. That's why I'm seeing that I don't want to people but other sexual people who might have a different romantic orientation they might want to did. People even is actually reminded people did people sometimes because that is what society has framed a world into. And if someone doesn't want if someone wants a special Boston and their live they're willing to step beyond though Indian and just make digital steps and that is completely okay. That is good for people who want that for me. I'm very good night winding that these for now. I don't know maybe five years down the line. Thank God must have to get into a relationship with someone who understands me one and knows what my orientation and what my boundaries are because of that but for now. I'm good but I should have explained this to Michael Work and one. Yes I'm you sexual but the main reason I don't want to deal with people is because I'm here mandic. And that's where the difficulty obtaining gums then because Ding doesn't feel natural to me. It doesn't feel that I'm comfortable that I fit that description of dating so the main reason when I'm talking to people not in the queer community the main reason a complete section near Madison is because he sexually is way way more popular than ear mind system and people who understand your sexuality thing that you are either Mindich as well and yes we should make more damage to increase romantic awareness hence this whole week and hands making this audio video podcast. But when I'm talking to people agora goes. I really do wonder down deeper into mayes romantic or sexual life. And that's why just let them assume tanks because I'm hoping that me-meeting This podcast would give those people more knowledge than just me talking about it in a workplace where I don't feel safe talking about it Sam. That's why when I'm talking to people in general I usually use sexual because it's more common and I'm literally the Postage Alvie Sexuality every day that people have about a sexual that is me and yesterday different things that define those stereotypes for me. The fact that I did did anyone is because I'm era mandic but I don. I don't necessarily feel comfortable. Save showing so much delivered myself to someone else. So that's why I do and now moving into the bite like this is something I've always wondered. Like what if? I had a different sexual romantic orientation like what if I was a sexual but by romantic or Hetero mandic or home romantic whatnot you industry. I actually don't know what label would go. But let's just say. I was a sexual and some kind of romantic. I feel like I might have realized I was a sexual so if I were some other kind of romantic right because I can imagine myself being romantically attracted to someone when I was younger and eating them and realizing that does know sexual attraction between me and them and maybe I would have had to go through multiple iterations of relationships to finally figured out that I was a sexual but I feel like I that realization would have come way before I was twenty. One so If I was some kind of reminded Andy Sexual and materialize that. I'm in a sexual way before. Then I actually did so I guess in some sense it might have been. I don't know if it would have been head for letting the story would have just been different because I can also see what a big struggle it is for. People who are romantic but nine. But he's sexual because then it's like you won. You won the first few steps in a relationship. You wonder who will nice picture of relationship? But you don't want the sexual bottom bracket which steadily for many people is the main bite of a relationship which I definitely think is not from what I understand from what how I feel. Adding relationships are more about having that special born with someone and having that won both the knife you can just be yourself and if sexual parts of that relationship a more important than being get yourself than I feel like. That's kind of an unhealthy buttons But again this is coming from someone who was sexually romantic. So maybe maybe my understanding of this is still lacking in some way but I would just like to explain to everyone that people who are not eater mindich buddy sexual. The have difficult lives to like for me. I think I have it a bit easier than someone with a different romantic orientation because I'm seeing that completely. Don't want to be in a relationship but what these people are saying is yes that they would have to be in a relationship but not our sexual relationship that everyone else expects so. Yeah if I was E- sexually by Tom Weather kind of romantic. I think it would be pretty hard. Actually so anyone out there who has experienced difficulty. I want you to know that eventually. We'll reach a point in the world where people are more aware of the difference between romantic and sexual orientations and they would understand you better. I'm sorry that the world is not there right now but it has people like you. Just be. Let me when we talk about these things. We increase the awareness. And you make it more normalized which it should be yes. It's shocking that it's not by. We are getting okay now talking about what if I was reminded but a different sexually. Nick honestly I don't even know what sexuality would be gone even imagine being sexually attracted to anyone so just as you at some different like I'm aloe sexual which means I'm not use actual. I feel like I can't even imagine that situation like I feel like life would be in my head. I like romance. I like seeing romance with other people but not with me included so I feel like if I was out of sexual I still be able to do the romance part of it if I really liked. The boss was doing it for like if I was best friends with someone. Yes a would like. Go ahead and make romantic gestures that the media has taught me to do but it went something that comes naturally so I'll have to put more efforts into relationships but I could do it. I think I could be Boston. Widely speaks those field romantically loved. And maybe I would have nausea realized the difference between your mandate can sexual orientation if I was era antic analysis actual just because the awareness of being it'll mandic is very is very low right now so I guess that's why it is so important to have your mind. Expect Trim Awareness Week because we need to let the world know that not. Everyone is on the same page when it comes to romance as well. People are sort of getting used to the idea of people being sexual but a Amandus. Susan is something that's still coming up and I think we need to talk about Make that something that is included in the conversations because I think one thing that's amazing about being and being in relationships when you queer is that you talk a lot you you realize how important it is to talk about where your boundaries are what you want to do what you don't want to do but as I think in like cysts head relationships does something. That's not look that more often but I think it should like I think every relationship benefits from docking Abbad where both members like all the members boundaries. So yeah that's why. I think either minded awareness week is so important and we should talk about it so this was my story from you what I want to hear this week is if you would just set nascar south if you would allow us after taking off dramatic orientations different from sexual emissions. How would you identify yourself? And how would that your conversations with your Biden ozier friends and Darko by if this is something you've already taught about. This is something you hearing for the first time now we know in the comments below or on twitter because our love to hear what everyone thinks about this the first time they hear it because for me it just clicked it made sense and maybe it's because I'm already like I was already under. I was letting aware that I'm a sexual ready to think that maybe there's room for something else. So yeah let me know on twitter what you think about the split attraction model and how you think it can be helpful to discuss these things in a relationship. So I'm GonNa stop this because this is becoming a pretty long episode but I hope you have a nice week and take care of his

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S1E10: Where do other international students go?

The Inner Dialogue

18:14 min | 2 years ago

S1E10: Where do other international students go?

"On this conversation's just that honest then are deep. They're not chevy you. The most honest going we were all can have other conversations since we have within us with ourselves the inner dialogue finally i'm done with circuits. I can't believe that exam so hard. Do you think you'll pass. I think so but uh. I think if i do a bed leap us back. I thought i loved this goes taught. I love computer engineering then. Why am i struggling so much. Do you remember how in school schoon you liked almost all subjects but then history was the worst. Did you actually hit history. Though now the case so in school i almost loved all the subjects but history was supposed and i didn't chilly hit history but it was still the worst it was the hottest disco and the most boring to study but then history classes amazing so i guess i am always going to have a subject. That's the worst and this dome. It was circuits. Locusts and i'm just glad it didn't go very bad and i'm just glad i'll oh boss. I know i have but you haven't gotten your results yet. Yeah i know i haven't gotten my results yet <music> but from what i read on the sabra did these exams always get curved so i think with the girls and uh with what i filled in and the botox i get i will pass but man. I think this is the closest. I've ever come defiling a subject in my life and that makes me feel so dumb. Did i not bird. Do i not put enough effort. I think you did could you have studied more. Don't you remember right before the exam. You just wanted to give up yeah. See i did want to give up but now what if what if i just didn't studied the right way what if i studied the wrong way and that's why i couldn't put in more effort. Maybe but what could you have done differently. I guess i could have started only because i never did the assignment of the practice questions that we were assigned at the beginning of the dome. I just did them in the the last week of exams but honestly i didn't want to do it. This subject is mentally being. I like i like it. When i was studying it the lectures they're amazing to sit down and study for the subject to certain draw those circuits and figure things out. It's hard and and i like it but it's just sex so much you need to understand. I don't know i'm glad at all yeah and that was the last exam so you just finished your first dome mm off university your first semester what's what's today visit semester or dome <hes> <hes> yeah. I don't know i mean is it. What is i don't know well. They both to find. I don't know why i keep thinking about these words. As long as i am getting what i'm thinking and the the person that i'm talking to is understanding what i'm saying. I think i should be good. Yeah okay so you dan what exams you've done with your first term and homeless homeless go out. Leave your apartment for a week and to come back and just you don't even have to back this time. Yeah i don't have to back which is amazing but then it doesn't make sense that after move awed of the same room and come back and stay a comeback and stay in the same room aguire industy here for the week i think i think it's because the you know us. The doesn't have any employees working over the holidays and they wouldn't be able to do a royal safety so they want all the students to move out yeah that does make sense but then i don't know i don't think about international students. What am i supposed to do now. I luckily luckily found a place to live at my friend's house but i'm pretty short up a few other students were in the same situation and have nowhere to live supposed to go eleven hurdles goal finding airbnb yeah but i guess the university is zooms that all students are going to go back home back home but i don't even have i mean i have a home which which is in india but it doesn't make financial sense to go back over the holidays especially when it's so expensive but your defense dude go back home yeah see my other friends did go back home but then they can afford it for me for me to even afford my fees from burns to even afford my fees is a big deal spending two thousand dollars for a week to go back to india is not worth take because i would leave on any i three de on twenty second evening be jetlag between fifth and and then i would have to come back on the first so i get five days of normalcy or i dunno. I just get five days to you actually enjoy home and even that was to go to all my relatives and also relatives just spread it on the whole the country so i have to go to three cities to meet those five cities five days <unk> in three cities and it's just going to be so hard. I and i don't think spending two thousand bucks for that stressful time as watershed so i guess you're saying it's better ed to be homeless. Done go home yet. Yeah i guess it's better to just find struggle struggle abed and find a place to live in this country than do fly back to india but then why should i like. Why should i be in this situation when i'm being being my rent for four months and the mont hasn't even ended yet and i'm being kicked out of my resident rennie's a twenty four or whatever <hes> i don't know also i think what is it a dating date. Now is the fact that they assume that international students either have family to go. Dude in canada are rich enough to fly back home mm for the week. They know that most of us are coming back in january to study for another semester. So why do we have to get kicked out of hasn't and it makes no sense. Acadia calm down is this what are you now. Why are you so angry about this. Menu already funded police. I dunno no no i guess i guess it's also coming from. I guess i'm also a bit trigger from the event that happened before yesterday. You mean when your friends that all international students are rich and that you you are edge. Yeah i don't know i don't know why i got so angry. When this at that i mean majority not of the international students are rich but that's not the same for you but that's not true for you. That's why yeah and it just like when they said that it just made me think that all my struggles with fake or something i don't i know they're not and no they're not they have not been exposed to different flavors of international students or whatever and they i want to see the mall highlighted rich ones but he had the fact that my fans thing that every international student is rich and has an easy life is makes me. I don't know i guess is is that is that even even a word but i don't know they say it's been four months since i moved to canada and now finally i'm. I'm able to spend money without feeling guilty. I have to have a part time job. Just allowed my bands. Don't have to john's foam money johnny after taking it out of their savings and i just wish i just wish my friends could see that in my life and many other international students lives is not as easy to think it is. We don't get beach from apparent every few weeks are we don't get deflated back home for even for weeks league just because it's too it's too expensive and i didn't that story oy get hidden under all those stories of international student loans driving around and expensive guys and going expensive vacations gatien's and it's not it's not their fault. It's no one's fault that this has been happening but for me just makes me feel lake doc. Should i not have come here. The only rich international students deserve to come abroad and study and that's not true. I know i know and i'm doing my best to avoid my bed from spending as much money as i can but i just wish you just lose. Your friends would sympathize with you yeah. I just i just rush my friends could see how these things affect my life and i think the see it sometimes but then again the whole the the whole hype that comes from rich international students just covers all of that and they don't realize that i am not one of them are just some of my other friends are are not very rich and we have to struggle to even say because for us. Every mistake is a bit not a bit a lot more expensive than if they made a mistake. If i feel this dome it cost me three times more than it would cost them and it doesn't even cost me like gos- my band is its cost in melbourne's giant. My dad has to work. An extra ten years is to figure out how to pay my tuition fees and i. I just wish that out of all the people in my friends would understand that my friends would understand that. I'm get to be lonely between domes and attend. This is going commute for the next five years for the next five years. I have to weigh about not making expensive mistakes after awhile you abide what i'm going to do between every domo semester where i'm going to live and how am i going to move all my luggage from one house to the next and if i get get an internship another city moved there are so many things that have to figure out. I'm not saying that it's only international students be clear who and they're very far away and no one can come and help them but it's still easier at least mentally to know that diabetics and the same country as for me. I'm on scared that if i if i end up in a situation where my parents need to be god who is going to call them. How are they going to get my bands number. Bands don't understand english how they're going to have a conversation the band. I guess it's not hard to find a hindi-speaking person in the city but i just my friends undestood. But why do you have this need that your friends understand do okay. I guess they have the wrong impression right now that every international student is rich but why do you want do like why didn't why wouldn't you know just be happy with them. Not having you binion's forces them understanding that the international students who struggle all good just because from this country i don't know i guess i guess i won. The sympathy and a part of me is hoping that maybe we can do something about it that maybe the university one kick me out for a week if they knew what that meant for me if they knew how hard it was me do live at some random house for a week and feel like i'm a stranger intruding in their person space so i guess that's why i wanted. I want people to understand the situation. I'm in just so that they can and give me allow me to have some things that i need. I need a place to live on. Christmas studies a place. I can call mine in some sense but i i don't know i know this is going to be a struggle live from me every four months to figure out how to move from point eight to point b. and how to get my staff moved from point eight to point b. and i just i guess all i'm asking is for people to see god. I don't know why it makes me feel better when people see it so i guess in my head right now. I just feel like i'm alone and no wonder guess and just knowing that someone cares helps so i guess i just want to my tension and i don't know i don't think i don't think you just want some attention. I think you're right. I think there's a whole narrative <hes> that's not being shared and i think it's alright do oscar for your side of the story to be heard and honestly i think the percentage of international students who don't have a place to go do between domes sore small that the university university doesn't care but if more people knew about it. Maybe they would get to them i. I don't think you feeling this is strong. I just think i don't know what i can do about it. At least you can. At least you have a place to go do now so so maybe you should go buy something fair host to said hung so you just finished another episode of the inner dialogue. If you would like to reach out to the creator's you can find them on reddit and twitter as the inner dialogue and if you would like to follow arias. Johnny stay tuned for the next episode.

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S02E10: Creating a personal space

The Inner Dialogue

08:35 min | 1 year ago

S02E10: Creating a personal space

"Hello everyone. Welcome to another episode of the Inner Dialogue Log. Okay so today I WanNa talk about something that I think is Super Bordon and we do not talk about it. I stayed in my life. No one has talked about. Maybe you come from a place where you have good smart group of people. I don't know what I'm saying but yeah today. We're going to talk talk about Boston spaces. So I don't mean burstyn species make Ou. Don't come too close. You're jeopardizing jeopardizing Boston's please unarmed. Saying we get it. I'm not talking about the space right at on your body. That is a person space which everyone should respect but right. Now I'm I'm talking about your personal space as in your personal space of resting of living. It could be a person room or it could just be a hallway in your school. Cool that you can find empty uncertain dimes or it can be the locker room or it can be your car are are. This is a fun one. It can be the train gene when everyone is so busy. Getting why they want to get do let no one cares. WHO's next to them? So I want to talk about creating a person space for yourself. That is another thing that I have known after coming to the university and learned how important it is to have at Bosnia space. The first time I realized that I needed to create a person space for myself was I feel like it was due. You will be sent to university and his dumb by I just came in and I was super chips. Are Wasn't going to decorate my room or make it comfortable for living. It was just going to be a damned release residence and I did not want to spend an extra penny on buttram but then dubious leader. I was like soups. I feed homeless goes. My Room. Feels like I'm living in our dad and when I go to lectures and a comeback home home does not the home but those mortared. I had no place where I could. Just sit and think myself because my room wasn't a comfortable space and then there was nothing hangouts literally nothing else on campus off. Campus are anyplace where I felt safe enough to open up to myself and and this is important. It's important for you to create a safe space for yourself for example if I'm living at home with bands I'm scared to think about certain topics because what if I see something about it or what if this year. Murphy's I know Morgan read my thoughts. Come on she's been doing that since forever. And that's what I what I am scared and I do not think about certain topics when I'm home with bands by I think it is very important to figure out a way to create a person space for yourself. It could be your college dorm room on it. I Have Madam dumb mines like I remember when I was in high school. Placedin washroom on the third floor which no one went to because it was so old and not very well kept but I would gordon cry. Don't cry own. No one dress. No I would go there and try out golden dog to myself in the mirror and our do all these phoebe things creeping zealotry beyon- John you've seen judge but I did not D- realize that was like what my Boston space was done. But when I came to university I was like there's no please feel comfortable to just be myself to just be me And then I was like oh so I guess I need to make my room. I'm feeling more like a place where I am comfortable being me because before it was just white walls a bed with a below. It looked like it was creepy. VP honestly but anyway so I. That was the first time I put an effort to make more room for it. Was My person space. It was a place where no one else could dictate. How a thing go what I say? Or what our way even and that's when it all started. That's when I realized how much I need I do have this like one small comfortably police And since then it's become kind of easy to make one because now now I think for me all I need is like your phones and just a place to sit and look at instead something far away and that can be missiles and space but essentially a person's face D.. Mato Times of set of Boston spy's having one call it bs bs view again when you stop talking but this this is essentially not physical location but just over the earth. I wanted to see how position but I feel like you will take it in the wrong accents. But just an alignment of yourself in a way where you can allow yourself to think freely. It can even be on a mountain top or on a high or anything where you not surrounded by someone and this is something. I'm definitely notice with people who are dating Are there are a few couples in my class who you live together and all that just together eat all means together to allow together go digital together and then study after lectures together and I often wonder how both of them get That Boston diamond. That person's space just think and to be and I think from what would affect up. Eventually couples get endurance him but the norm. And it's like me diamond when it's like a couple of time and I think everyone's pretty good at balancing and that but I think especially when starting university and when you're trying to figure out who you are a we've from your bands and away from the whole world. He grew up and I think it's very important to have a Boston. Space to be able to deflect in and to be able to ask yourself some difficult questions that you might tink annoyed while accepted questions so I highly recommend finding I believe of finding a comfortable spot where you can be you and I don't know if you understand what I'm seeing right now because I I did not understand this myself before I started discovering Hawaii debris deep level now. I know that that I would have not align line. Must have to think. When I was back in India I would have not learned myself to think that I'm not street other that I want to just where you masculine near that? That our shorthair back home in India but now that I am living in this small room his mind and no one has ended in the boss. Months I am free to think whatever. I'm to think that I will look like Mike. Ross when I grow up I know I won't but I'm featured think that here and the fact that I'm lying I think that makes me learn so much about myself so I highly recommend that you find a place where you can be you without any judgment without any social constructs you just you and you can understand yourself in and this is a easy thing to do bright right. We don't really do that. We don't realize how many days it's been since we've actually luke elected ourselves and asked ourselves who we are and it is the spokesman some species that allows us to do that so go ahead find. It wasn't space. Foss Kosov some questions that you haven't ask just ask us of how you feeling. Ask yourself how you doing where you WanNa go next who you WANNA be and go ahead and grow I guess. Is that an awkward thing to say. I don't know if it is awkward. You can put it in the Goldmans. It'll be constructive feedback Blah Blah lion and change it so good luck with finding wasn't speech if you want to know pressure any we have a good week and you will hear from me next week

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1:15:22 hr | 2 years ago

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"How many how many how many how many one two three four five six seven nine <music> hey what I get up to hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of how many the only podcast Sunday Internet that counts and I think it's appropriate to start this episode with a quote? It's Deja Vu all over again yes yes. The Great Yogi Bear says unfortunately take to episode so the first one became a technical snafu that is no longer available for us and we're having to do this twice and this is all my fault I take full responsibility and I just want to stress being it was a great discussion if it is this version will not live up to I mean I was shocked when Kit Harrington called in to say a big fan of how many so tonight we are talking to cultural sure I cons coming to an end <hes> the avengers in game now there will be many many more marvel movies but phase one of what you could currently call the avenger starting with iron man one ending with the vendors in game has come to a close and then also <hes> the final season in the final episodes of Gema thrown have finished so we thought we'd talk about fitting that both of them would kinda conclude move around the same time they both have solid tenure runs and they both kind of paired with each other to finish off a very well-documented illustrious series run for both of them so let's let's go ahead and start with Gimblett thrills since I think that one is a little bit fresh on everybody's mind spoiler alert spoiler alert spoiler alert spoiler alert lawyer alert spoiler alert you you being a N._B._A.. Game well. It's funny because we we record it. Originally last week I was mad on the ending and since then uh saw that a documentary on H._B._O.. Last watch I think it's called and having seen that it kind of gave me a different perspective and I appreciate the ending a little bit more. I still not as crazy about some of the uh-huh decisions in the plot and that sort of thing but just the one thing you realize that preceding that documentary is just one epic massive production it is put that thing on the scale of how many people are or on that crew is just incredible and all the effort that went into that so it gave you gave me a fresh perspective and even though you know there's a lot of things that I probably would have different plot wise I I I appreciate it. You know I can't remember and I apologize in advance. We're going to say this a lot of less because it doesn't matter didn't hear it but for you guys the a someone brought up on another podcast that the to show runners why Sim Benny off were never supposed to be writers they were adaptors because they had never run a show before but they went to Georgia Martin and did the famous they could tell him who John Snow's mother was and he said okay. I think you guys have you can make it work will market so their plan was. We're GONNA adapt his first books and by the time we get to it. This series will be done and what we have done is taken this beloved fantasy series in Chaser television. They weren't expecting George Martin to go onto extended writer's block. Yes like half decade so all of a sudden they run out of material and they've got to now. It's true I understand. He gave them rough guidelines. In in an interview he said the ending is alike and it's not alike stave all of a sudden had to come up with an ending and and even though and so I I give a little bit of pass on that I was happy overall <hes> I've said this over and over again. I liked where they got. I'm just not sure if I liked how they got there that the journey was a little rushed and the little there there could have been a few other things right now. I'm kind of in the same boat as Bob. Originally I was kind of man on the ending as well. I felt it was just a little bit too rushed for my liking I would have preferred the final season Kinda get broken broken into two episode series want maybe the first five concentrating on the nineteen and resolving that old battle and conflict if they wanted to go the route of resolving that before the Sur C._D.. Harris kind of resolution resolution after watching documentary though I felt a little bit more appreciation for the amount of work that went into the entire series overall having them work nine months just to build king's landing. Oh Yeah it was ridiculous. USS said the amount of work they got put into that <hes> in I I love the joke the lady now she had been on a couple of. I don't know if you guys have been watching making of the throne or behind the throne you know after each the episode there's little short making episodes available on H._B._O.. Online so I've been watching that so I'd seen this set director before and talk about it but this whole documentary <hes> you know it's a full city because they couldn't film where they normally do. Because of all the drums there would be so they had to make a perfect city and then her making the joke. Could we have not had SIRTZI. Go down for lunch. I mean it got the beautiful city and there's no scenes in people running for their lives. Yeah look into yeah so yeah and just down to the smallest detail it's amazing and the see the amount of people <hes> I had seen some behind the scene footage about the how many days or weeks they were on the night shoot. You know trying to do the battle for Winter Phil watching that documentary the vice you was interesting for lotteries but if nothing else I now have desperate to try those toasties those sandwiches that Lakers looked heedless so I I have the question of like okay. Is there not a craft services really they couldn't afford that much feeding so rendered the DR will hair. My theory was that the craft services cases were for the actors and all the people actually doing the filming the food truck was for all the extras and all the people that the big name people yeah and one of the things I was really impressed with and we should learn the guy's name but the guy who was a stark the whole time you know the hall and you know he had so much pride about being a stark you know and he gave one of like a guy showed up generis carrion like why are you doing watching here kind of only halfway joking stalker ish it says certain points whatever he was giving John Snow the jacket like hey you WanNa get a new Jack. Ah Getting money from we all extra jackets admonish to get kept Harrington WOM- Today I was how does he's trying to give me money for take the money because I just want the giants though has jacket like so you'll never get my money. I don't want them and then watch the payoff at the end giving tours yes yeah that was fun. I also love lot of lot of F.. Bombs thrown by these by that that one older woman I don't remember when she was in charge of. I mean she was in charge like making sure the John's got delivered. Make insure just smoke smoke area by the propane tanks in a lot of cussing and then the guy that builds the snow he had some cussing too. I did not know that all it was was just cut a paper water water off transitioned from all the massive shredding of scripts and the snow they basically take the shredder of all the scripts dump it out of the snow machine gene around interesting was the table read like they showed the the very first table read labels like they're over the table and no so I I have read that <hes> Emilia Clarke had read the script that she was going to die and spoilers by the way and she was upset. They said you know she went for a long walk and then and <hes> her and <hes> the actress who plays Gret of very very get heritage are very the Spanish fans shout kit show keyed key. I The cost dummy keys. They're very close so therefore you know they're close and so <hes> they get on the plane together and she's like okay. We're GONNA talk about this and she's like so he goes. I I haven't read it. I want to read the script for the first time in front of everyone so I haven't looked at anything Yep Gab because reactions what he went almost it is she kind on of smiles like <hes>. That's why I told you before the Iron Throne Danny steps forward and kisses the man she loves the perfect kiss. Their eyes closed his hand behind her head her hand in his cheek. Denny's is open suddenly as she draws a sharp breath. John's is is open as well already filling with tears for a moment neither move if moving we'll make this real we see John with his hand still on the hilt of the dagger he just lodged Danny's heart I strength leaves her and she collapses to the marvel he keeps her in his arms and she falls kneeling down to the floor beside her he looks down at what he's done terrible and necessary and of game of thrones in that scene alone and of course if you Google you can find it by its own but that alone was like okay. This is pretty cool. What viruses kind of reaction to his table people really you can tell he was a little bitter gets chunked substance Gaspar? He was like okay. That's it I'm done here is basically Scottie. Pippen going back Charles USS Jefferson okay so we're we are. We're talking so much because we just saw the documentary <hes> couple quick. Things is everyone's thoughts on. <unk> Aria being the one who kills the Nike. I just thought that killing was just a little too convenient. They made it too easy for him to be able to be killed that way. I really thought that the whole battle winter fell and the whole feeling of the nineteen should have lasted at least two episodes. I think jamming it into that hour and a half was just a little too quick and too easy of a resolution for somebody that they had been building up as a super villain for the last three or four seasons. I didn't have problem with her being the one to kill the nineteen but I thought it should have been a little bit more elaborate of a setup for her to do it if she had been wearing. The face of one of the nine should have been bred peeling off the when it right before you see her jump <hes> to attack the nineteen you saw one of the nightclub generals turn around look to see I guess maybe he heard a noise or something that would have been a good opportunity for them to show Aria tear off the face of the nineteen general and grover in the nineteen well. Maybe he has back turn of rent or like you said if brand was actually Aria wearing rinse that would have been even better all of a sudden brand jumps out of his wooden wheelchair staff in Nineteen Arbor spots. I think that would have been perfect the way it was the way it turned out was okay but I thought it could have been much better missed opportunity. I was okay with that. In fact I was very happy in and the reason why is it we spent so much time in <hes> you know where she was the faceless man and the training and her being blind and you know her in the wave of Oh by the way pretty cool they had the actor the Waif and <hes> The guy who plays the faceless man Dr Bernard to feed the Internet that hoc- She's really dead and this is as I thought that was fun up so I was okay with it I also I felt like that was pay off of all those episodes where she was training and working so I was okay at more than you guys were I just thought for them to build up her biggest asset in terms of killing being the using of the faces and they're not for it to pay off somehow yeah. They were GONNA use it to kill the nineteen. They should have used it to kill. Exactly that was that's rose. Giving OPEC's was that was really the only problem I had wise. I was okay with John Killing Daniel a matter of fact. I really liked the way they did it. Where you know kissed her and hugged your like that better it was further into the last episode the fact that they did it within the first twenty minutes of the last episode kind of felt? I don't know a little Russia me again just like pretty much the rest of the of the season another rush aspect that I thought they could have done with but serfaty. She didn't see a deaf beyond just rocks falling water. You look at this look away. Don't look at me just looking else house passes and they had already he kinda setup the precedents of having come up like deaths granting Bolton's debt very personal old man phrase death was very you know he they both look into the eyes of the people that they wrong before they offering josh. How's the same way anybody needed like that? Yeah it at least in the nineteenth perspective. Even though you probably even harder it was when he got staff at least that was a personal debt. The didn't get smashed by a bunch of rocks falling from Kathy. I was okay with it. I <hes> the it is a little weird. We didn't get a payoff on her face except the changing the faces except with a phrase you know and and that was cool I mean I love that payoff on both of them <hes> <hes> funes felt personal to that was I think whether reinforce that killed him laying the tree oh yeah yeah and he says do your duty I- Brienne of tar sentence you to die and tiffany last words yeah yeah so they all seem to have that kind of warranted how bad they were. This was the only time that vote like there was nothing personal about it that it was just a random debt that could happen at any soaring on board Game Gene Bowl the big mountain verses so service guy was very fan service. The best part of that by far is sur see leaving like I'm getting Outta here and then clyborn coverage that will shake Greg Greg but I enjoy that as well and again the mountain kind of a death becoming of how bad e- was the fact that he died at the hands of somebody that hated him throughout the entire series both of them fall into the fire. We've also yeah there plus the way that the hounded out going out in a fiery pit in the same way that he got burned the whole reason I hate the mountain to begin with it all felt like it fit right there. Now I was once again happy that Aria ends up not going on this revenge journey but it happened to quick back like oh I'm going to go down king's landing them and kill Surf City and then <hes> when you know the Hound says if you follow me it leads the death. You know you're right. I've totally rethought my S._U._V.'s walking her taking second. Maybe I should maybe I shouldn't you know ever since my <hes>. My father died in front of me. I've done nothing but build a list of people I need to kill and now then maybe maybe I've wasted my life. You know <hes> just a little too much. <hes> though I'm okay with it ended I think she'll continue to be a bad ass ass lots of things to pick up at the very last scene where you know grey worm tells Tyrian you've spoken off and then he keeps talking and nothing happened to be was the worst harvey episode just the whole determination of and selection of the king. It's just for one thing you got tyrian. Is the prisoner get. He's the one all of a sudden getting to make the determination of how this is all going to go down which was kind of ridiculous ridiculous and grain were like you said he's just he's so bad he's raised up. He wants to kill John's no but he's just letting all this happen and signing off on all of it and then I love the now Yarra still mad had you have betrayed our queen and he should be dead. Why was she so hard courts? He danced yeah because she had made the deal with Danny at them original part of their deal so I could I could understand why she she was feeling some kind of loyalty to her but it shouldn't have extended that long they had already kind of won the battle. It should be now that she's gone. What are we going to do the right right? That's the end and I did love love. Though I love Argos talk about killing my brother again it. I'm GonNa some of you may be quick to forgive the iron born are not ice water funneled a narrow tall gary swatter follow a tyrant she freed us from a tyrant is gone because of her and John was a knife in her heart. Let the unsullied give him what he deserves. Say another word about killing my brother-in-law cut your throat stood the lines refunding Harley early get left out and vote to the horses. Maybe we should give the dogs of votes lost my horse. Ah Doubles like book no Big Bible Account But if the getting shouted now that was yes that was great uncle sit down also calling out brand for not having any working parts underneath that was also good idea. Did you know why it never okay. When Sauna goes <hes> I can't vote go ahead the the whole getting independent so why did her brothers that king so the need to be yet and so why did door well I want to be independent or why did the Iron Island okay? Let me read the risk of all. I'm wanting to say independent. Yes rules also stupid. They were all like okay sure whatever I really disagreed with their choice of King. It seemed to me like Brin was kind of the most useless <music> aspect of this entire series they had played him up to be the three. I've raven with all knowing all seeing and all he did was just sit there and joy reid. I meditate yoga out and and didn't really and then to go we'll use. I know you don't want it but what you serve. I came you know. Why do you think I came all this way? I ask you now. If we choose the crown. Will you lead the seven kingdoms to the best of your abilities from this day until your state. Aw Why do you think I came all this way so k you know everything and you knew all this would happen and you didn't step in now the other thing <hes> that we talked about before once again ticket drink but it's worth is <hes> drogue on is either the smartest dragging in the world or the dumbest dragon the war because you know <hes> he flies is in he sees his mother is dead and so he doesn't kill John Throw he melts the throne and the ideas yes. It was the throne that killed her her obsession with having power. This symbol of all what's wrong with society therefore I'm GonNa melt it or hey. Mom's got a ST dagger sticking enter. This is the thing made of daggers. I'm GonNa milk that yeah jared had killed older that leads us to another aspect and I know this kind of major crazy Bob when you saw it was Andy Jessie. How did they even know that John was the one that killed generis unless he just fessed up immediately eh after they showed up wondering what happened even how without line? He said they're like worse. The Queen is like the drug took off with her. You know he wouldn't even have to admit that he killed her but yeah and you know stupid Johnson. Oh God love them. You know you just see an I'm. I gave a pat on twitter said this this past angle said okay great one. Where's our Queen Wean? She's dead what happened. Where's the body I killed her? What no you must be joking? No I killed her. Where's the body yet see the pot? Oh Bud where is the body. <hes> Oh Trevan took it and took for away so okay you kill her queen. There is no evidence except that you just confessed. It's the right thing to do and the ghost of dead stark. You're an idiot. He knew ten smell. You know nothing's now. No you people brave. No one denies that you know nothing six times he don't you would say okay. We'll kill you since you're into this yeah. It said I'm just GonNa fish and she even a prison staff for the next few weeks. While we decide who's going to be the next thing which may end up being you for always he was that ranged up he would have just killed them on the spot. If you would have been he was executing random lancaster soldiers on the street tweet just because they were the other side no spending brings us to another missed opportunity for the amount of attention that they've built between grey worm in Jon snow throughout the entire last season where there were disagreements on how John should have been handled for them not to have some kind of confrontation or battle agrarian. Should you know that that was another mischance just had that one standoff where he was trying to get them to stop execute gap. It was almost like consulting and then Andy sitting there ready. I'm ready yes. It was almost like they were hell. Bent on not having any battles in the last episode they wanted all to be Dennis's death and politics and just they. I guess they figured they've done enough battles that they didn't need to have any more but again another missed opportunity there so just real quick it on the strategy the strategy for the winter fell out and I know we all kind of disagreed with just then Senator Barack each other debt in the middle of the night with own armed with a bunch of you know the words we thought that was kind of silly didn't know but not having the most surround the castle with all of the <hes> soldiers inside of it where if there was a breach you have full force to fight them off as opposed to just saying okay. I'M GONNA go ahead and send off about a third of my troops off to just kind of kind of the area area and then have them all just all those lights extinguished for no reason really there was no reason for that time stretch well it another thing is the whole by the way I loved the episode before the battle winner fell the setup all the quiet scenes a brand being knighted. I thought that was beautiful. You know all the discussions like I thought Tyrian telling Braun you know <hes> you know brand stark that <hes> you know you've been on interesting journey goes. Yes that would take a long time well. If only we were somewhere where we gone so so they had a good talk. I've loved that scene so then with the next battle <hes> you know we see the red which makes their whatever the <unk> flaky curved swords are called ready. They're all flaming and they go and it's just wiped out so you assume okay the Iraqi or you know are all gone till the next episode only half of our guy on the other side of the cast yeah same with unsullied there's tons of them now. One thing I saw after we originally reported this was a video on youtube that kind of documented an alternate ending for game of thrones that had been written out just never film but it was a surge Wureh actually living <hes> and not dying to save the nearest he actually lived through the battle of winter fell and was one of the people that went with John Snow to live in north he was one of the people people they got cast out whenever they were making the barking of WHO's GonNa be king what's going to happen. John Snow surge war was was another prisoner with Jon Snow during that Wehbe reason because he would have been ready to as much much as great war yeah because they because according to what they were saying on the video they the unsullied had felt that search for John Snow had conspired and I think they had written out some of the episodes after the battle of winter N._F._l.. To where Jon Snow is restore or kind of having discussions about what to do with garrison eventually ends up being where John has to kill her but in surgery was on board because because after what happened in Komo tortured it kind of changed his opinion of your Bell I saw that actor and yeah who's GonNa be you know by the way on the Titans D._C.. The universe show he's GonNa play an older swaying. I think he'll do a good job but he said that a little bit as an actor. He was Kinda glad he didn't. His character didn't see Danny becoming crazy like he died defending her and you know his bubble wasn't busted so I thought that was an interesting take I it would have been interesting to see him do that that <hes> you know John Being being legitimate heir. The only reason it's important is because everyone else thought it was important. You know <hes> <hes> I would have wished John would have just said you're my aunt wants out loud and then you know like hey it's okay. It works the Lancasters. Let's go for this thing overall of rushed but I was satisfied with the way it ended up. I just wish it could have there been more breathing. Okay so just to recap just a year thumbs up. Yes I am a thumbs sideways leaning more towards down just because of the ending was on board with it up until the last two episodes I think kind of made me kind of lean towards down I was leading up <hes> after the winter fil battle and and after the original battle of the Atlantic before days is kind of turn so quickly but overall. I'm not I'm not dissatisfied but I'm not satisfied a neutral yeah kind of Ryan I mean. I don't think the ending was so so bad that it was a whole series lost. We're unloved offline Veritas ever then he was so bad now I don't even ever see I don't watch it. was that bad of an ending. I don't we do need to discuss in an upcoming. How many were I'm going to get a list of twenty five thirty three series and you know what are they good or bad so? I think that'd be good episode <hes> so yeah. I'm I'm on board with <hes> some prequels I would watch the heck out of Aria. Exploring you know shot down no yeah again. That's said that yeah and I'm also I am not usually a big fantasy Z. reader because it's so big to read but I'm kind of interested in once. If George Martin finishes kind of Dec- his vision revolt yet the read the whole thing so once what's his books come out if someone will adapt any of the books that came after the flag house you saw the thrones version. Here's what the book version of you like say or maybe series on a scale get one to ten. How ridiculous is the <hes> the petition to reshoot the under the season about thirty six? Yes he was doc Murray. You realize the amount of money the amount of time they said that season completed no one is going to finance our complete reshoot. Yes it's always sunny you go so can before we moved adventures favorite character does and favorite seem so verity is when does introducing. It's no you sound in the presence of Dinara stone born of house tug Aryan rightful heir to the throne nine rightful queen of the and the first men protector of the seven kingdoms the mother of dragons the Khalili of the Great Grass see the unburned the breaker of chains. This is John Snow. He's kicking the North Okay so for me favorite character living probably Braun because of his good that he's got a lot of good steak. I like how you became master point just like he was master pointed John Wick as he was building and his his wanting to finance all the brothels but leave all of the sewage without any funding or speaking of builders. All the best Brussels burned down the master of coin is willing to fund reconstruction. The Arts Maistre is less than enthusiastic about the salutary effects of brothels and using them properly. I think we can all agree that ships take precedence over brothels nothing. That's very presumptuous statement dead Ramsay Bolton Man. I really like that. Oh He is so evil dislike stick with Lee he had craved Iguana came to read cutting off all his practice and then making fun of the sausage around books you think some sort of savage and that was another good death. Yes yes standard therapy and a lot of people have really good personal come of deaths in which is why searching Ramsay Bolton was his gregory. Great great great great great great grandson was a no talent. Ask Loud voice it Michael Bolton wow so okay great joy protecting brand. I thought his death was well done. I kinda give him a chance of yeah. I <hes> I love Aria and Tyrian. I just get tyrannous really funny young lady. You know more Mont the young John Yes you as well the during the documentary automatically somebody was asking who their favorite characters were and one of them actually did say stands for happy. He's like Oh yeah breath. You really getting stuff down the guy working the tree years yeah so good all right so leaving west rose boiler spoiler learns or their alert spoiler alert spoiler alert spoiler alert. We are here tonight to talk Marvel Universe a then jurors. Yes we just had the culmination of all what twenty two twenty three marvel movies culminating with the last avengers movie which was in gain so we just wanted to kind of uh touch on all of the movie aspects of the end and see if there was anything that stood out to you good or bad about the ending me personally. I thought that resolution was rate. I loved it so much. Big thumbs up much much better than the game of thrones conclusion. I thought just the way that they have the higher end of the of the series. So you say you would not have liked it. If Captain America stabbed H hit Carter why slow to get with her are at the game if you use the Larry Steel Dagger Kilt Bannon neither one of those things happen in this particular series under fortunately so bob. What did you think of the end of Yeah Yeah Yeah I really I really enjoyed it? I you know we talked about how bitter we were. At least you thought it was suitable but I demand payoff in credit seen on every marvel movie and there wasn't one on this and that was the only negative the rest of it was given a nine point nine five zero five off no payoff so the Tony Start Banging. The middle wasn't enough for you so it was something my only bitterness about that was I didn't know in advance so I stuck you know. Of course I had to go. Take a bio break in you know in the movie yeah I yeah I found a place like I searched and like Oh. This happens is a good time to go further that movie that you have not seen to like two or three minutes but yeah but what part did you and maybe we can fill in what happened. I I was really happy with it. <hes> I I had watched <hes> infinity wars just a couple couple of days before <hes> was excited about seeing it. The story I thought was great. <hes> absolutely like all you know science fiction you know comic book movies. If you get too close you see the seams and you start pulling threads wait a minute. That doesn't make sense but over a lot of opportunities to do that but I loved it and I I felt like it was a really nice emotional satisfying chapter inning to the this first chapter of the Marvel Universe <hes> I also was amazed at the amount of logistics to get this many actors actors in this many roles showing up. I mean you get a Robert Redford. Just I seen a May I ask you where you're going the lunch and then as God. I'm sorry you are our ten appears. Men Folks Nick Fury French company Mister Secretary. I'M GONNA have to ask you to turn that prisoner over Lewke. We'll be answering to odin pleasing unanswered us can have what's left Mersa torme just for a scene now Rene Russo actually had some dialogue so you'd see why she'd WanNa do that <hes> but all these people that you show <hes> all to be part of that was amazing the amount of detail they took to recreate all of the alternate timelines that they have to visit Li- going and revisiting for to getting all of those scenes right Rene Russo and Jane Foster were walking around and you know all of those scenes that the movie recreating to the point where they could insert rocket right whom and fat war greatness or going back and revisiting the first avengers movie and getting smart hole to go pretend to hold ask yeah right just got done doing that. There was a lot of you can tell there was a lot of care taken to make sure that all of this time travel and timelines mashed up with what they originally were which tire really appreciate it that whole time ice thing was an interesting concept. I like the fact that they came up with a way to do that where they were able to pair off characters that maybe hadn't had a lot of interaction together and they made some good decisions like fat though were at rocket together. It was very funny all right. Here's the deal tubby you're gonNA charm and I'm GonNa Poker with this thing and extract the reality stone get gone look at these split wines until his father used huge barrel. Ale Facility has a complete games. Aren't you drunk enough yeah. That was very funny. Yeah yeah there was some other ones obviously the whole you know black black widow and Hawkeye there was you know reasoning for doing that and it was really good I would that I love ant man and the fact that he was there was great because he wasn't even really in infinity war for much then for him to be kind of a catalyst for the whole thing and you know they talked to the what's there less the brothers that run this ratio. They talked to said yes. One of the alternate thing doctor strange saw was the rat does not ed so he's still sitting there <hes> it it just was really well done and I thought the fight scenes were good. I I thought the character moments <hes> we got our core of injures. I think every one of these marvel movies I've seen at the theater I am trying to think. I don't think there's any the of them that I said this. Catch this on you know d._V._D.. On demand and all the way back to that I I R- man and I remember the excitement of Washing Josh Ashley leading right and make the first of interest movie your right yeah and you're like Oh. There's no way this will work and then it was and it was funny and it was good and all the characters worked worked while you know I read being successful kind of triggered there being more movies but that I avenged movie being as good as it was really I think kind of expanded to the point why were they realized how much they do it really smart of them to incorporate that payoff ending of iron man to have expand out having nick fury in the payoff of the original one at least made it seem like there was going to be more movies that followed the all correlated with each other have not done that they just have the credits run and that was it it would have been harder for them to get all everything kind of lineup together worm and then the second avengers movie <hes> is when Weeden got fed up and said because they those cyber James spader right yes and there was there was a lot of well well. You've got to throw this scene in there for the upcoming thor movie and you gotTa do this and it was not about telling a story it was seating for the future movies and <hes> and and I think that is a week avengers episode but then when you get with you know civil war and how good captain America's each episodes you know movies have been and Black Panther. You see all this the weeding and you know you can't see the junior always does it all fits the other thing that result a good point and that that was another genius of the whole Oh m._c. was normally comic book or Sci Fi type movies how core audience but it's kind of a narrow demographic but the fact that they like okay. We've got Black Panther. We've got Captain Marvel. We've got there's something for everybody. There's if you're no matter <hes> what your background is. We have the character for you. We have you know guards galaxy bunch of misfits. There's always something so they really manage to build this huge following speaking of Captain Marvel. What did you think of her use use in this movie so prior to and gain a month before Catholic admirable movie came out in a kind of set it up to Oh captain marvel was going to have a big portion of this movie? They're going to be going to be a big player in it only to find out that she's in maybe the first twenty minutes and then the last twenty minutes and then she's nowhere to be found. She's off doing other stuff. We'll see what other players yet plans to take care of. They don't have their own set avengers to be able to defend them. Hey neutral. Everybody in this room is about that superhero life and if you don't mind my asking where the hell of Yuban office time there are a lot of other planets in the universe unfortunately they didn't have you guys I thought it was kind of disappointing that they basically ignored her for almost two hours two and a half hours of a three hour movie after they had built her up so much a month before especially considering they're making captain marvel outs and B <music> basically the strongest of all of the avengers on the team well. I was okay with it because they wanted to give the original avengers plenty of screen time <hes> and so I think that was their purpose purpose <hes> they explained pretty well <hes> same thing with <hes> Black Panther by the way you brought up <hes> I I was looking this up. A Mark Bernardine Co hosts hosts a podcast with Kevin Smith <hes> they do a fat man on that band talking Comic News and you know with loves Batman and we all know wrong. Kevin Smith Jesse will turn. Turn on my so he got up all of us capital yet. Put put a footnote to see previous episode. Here's what's in your Wallet More Christone the story that <hes> he was just walking down the street and <hes> he said there was another <hes> African American guy and he's like panthers coming before the movie it got they get out and he was just this random. Two black guys like like panthers coming. Yes it is they were just conduct on the street yes and then and then to have a payoff of it's sir good. I mean and man is good. You know friend of ours. Sam Listeners like 'cause he's all. He still suck in the eighties comics he he wants anything for the movies. That's different than the comics read as a teenager he's upset about but they they incorporated everything in there to do it and so Amazon is a caper for film but it's good yeah think about it. There's not many bad or even subpar movie. I mean you mentioned the the second of vendors movie. Probably the weakest of the adventure film The war. That's the worst of all the the whole movie because they switched the actor though yeah they really ignore they had norton whole because Mark Ruffalo is the hope now so you can kind of think okay. Maybe that one's a little bit weaker but yeah the ones you mentioned. There's not a whole lobby. The captain American ones were all great aren't well. I guess what is our which was biggie war with Iraq thousands come out with all the cats American ones were great. The Guardians of galaxies were all great the ant man both man's were really excellent strange that was surprised now that of all the moral movies that was the only we want going in. I was going to be kind of like I really care about doctor strange but then it had to be and they get they did it really well and I remember for Infinity Wars. I'm like okay. Is this GonNa work because you you've thrown together all these characters and everyone's gotTa have a little time and it goes back to early game of thrones episodes where like okay we gotta spend some time with the character and they don't tell a story. They dislike K we had five minutes with. Are you doing this now. Ten minutes will snow doing this and now we gotta go to the narrow and no now we're getting to Jamie the insurgency in verses and when you look at if any word like that was a story it fit that you know did you want. Could you have your favorite characters to have more time sure but it it isn't like they specifically guide short shrift and the same thing on this one <hes> you know I know a couple of people have made fun of the woman power you know all the female his sister who are doing it for themselves. Yeah that was a little force but I was okay with it hi. I'm Peter Parker. Hey Peter Burger. You got something for me. Now she's town. We'll say audience reaction when I was watching it. At the theater was very positive positives. There was at least three or four instances where the crowd got up and cheer the female our seen the Captain America picking up doors Amer seen these reaction all of the and that's payoff right like 'cause they're all trying to pick it and like you know and he didn't want to do this so the theory is in the altron movie whenever there was kind of egging all of the avengers on to try and pick up the hammer and to see if they were worthy obviously nobody was able to pick it up but for a moment captain America kind of nudges the hammer in the thought is captain America could picked it up time but he wants he saw four was kind of freaking out at the thought of somebody else else can pick this upsets me. He stopped and I think this was kind of payoff to that too where pick it up in a trick. That was much more than that. Who's whether be he would shohada up whatever manager please be my guest really yeah? This is GonNa be a tough week. We won't hold it against you. If you can't get it up before doc judgment please start by all means <hes> never WANNA shrink from an honest challenge inch physics right so what if I lifted I then rule asgard yes of course we'll be re-instituting. Pre Menaka Birkbeck work even pulling my name just represent. I woke up <music>. Nothing man widow. Oh No. Let's not a question answered all difference to the man who wouldn't be king but it's rick. Bet Your Ass Steve. It's a bad language word. You tell everyone about security. Who's whoever's carrying Thorne's fingerprints? Is I think the literal translation it's it's a very very interesting theory simply one. You're not worthy. He was obviously worthy. Being the euro that was but another seen that kind of really garnered Krabi action was all of the the dead or snap ask members of the of the cast coming out of the darker straight portal's showing up about by heavy show he there was a huge audience reaction there and then from a sad perspective whenever spoiler alerts Tony Start dies saving everybody open Sabi Open crying reads. It was very awful eater so this movie had a lot of audience interaction. Now you said Bob Avnery you saw there was hardly any of that. It didn't seem like it but then again you know one of those cinemark where they've got the reserve seating Volvo Caesar spread way apart. My kids love sitting in the very pack grow so all the corner so we're really kind of removed from the people too but I think it was. Maybe not as enthusiastic interactive quite a week. I was at a Grapevine Mills Calls A._M._C. and there was fair a lot of excitement. You know what I remember in infinity wars is Spiderman. Dying was really emotional for people for some reason that kid has really struck a better than the other spiderman that preceded it again. Andrew Garfield Spiderman was pretty men the highlight the second spiderman the movie that had Jamie Fox and chunk from billions of the Rhinoceros White Garfield better player split your ex till Tobey Maguire. It was a better spiderman than in Barth but as we all saw all these game he's he's a big jerk you disapprove of me. It's not personal feels personal when you chat up every other guy at the game except me when you stay daylight for a drink with J._t.. But never ever visited his Oscar think. It's bolted on the hood of his car. It's noticeable when you go out of your way to demonstrate that you have no interest in you did the same thing to dean. These guys WanNa play cards with me. Not You be that as it. The the biggest winner in this game is it's you know who the second biggest winner is. Look it's you. What are you taking home ten thousand nine now? That is my business literally between you the dealers and the servers you taking a lot of money out of this game not as much as I'm bringing to it at ten thousand ten thousand that doesn't go in my pocket again. My mother money is my money is it. I think we should talk about camping your tips. Yeah you know I finally saw Molly game first off rate movie truly you could tell Sorkin. <hes> you know did a great job directing it writing the screenplay I actually read the book the Books Not not nearly as good as screenplay. I mean the books good but you know he really made the dramatics of her not wanting to give out the answers and and other stuff anyway back to the vendors yes I I. I was really touched and I was really <hes> you know Tony. Stark sacrificing himself was really cool. It was it was good the way they introduced his <music> of hesitancy to get involved and now he's got a kid and I was like you know. I don't want to risk that he did the exact thing he was trying to Avoi- began to be alive for his daughter but him <hes> sacrificing himself kind of Harken back to the first avengers movie where he's having that argument with Captain America Captain America basically tells them hey you're. You're so selfish. You're not the kind of person that would jump on a live grenade to save your team yeah and that ended up being exactly what he did. Big Man Suda Armor Take that off. What are you genius billionaire playboy philanthropist? I know guys with none of that worth tenue. I've seen the footage the only thing you really fight for yourself. You're not the guy to make the sacrifice play to lay down on a wire at the other guy crawl over you. I think I would just cut the war yeah and I thought that was very slick. I was really happy with it. It was the per a he was the perfect character sacrifice and then I've loved how they gave Steve Rogers a happy ending because that I can't I see the he's kept a sense of sadness about him. You know being the span out of time and even though Natasha keeps trying to get him oh you should take eight these people you should start you know he just doesn't end. I know at the time I wasn't expecting him to go back in time so when he looks to the office window and sees Peggy is. I was like Oh man although eventually he did get over it enough to make out with her niece but Asia Carbon Noteworthy no agent harder top-five MC character just based John Hot now it was interesting and I'm guessing is probably was because they didn't want to detract from the whole captain America Romantic subplot there but how black widow and hulk at one time. They really seem like they were going C._B._S.. Thing and now they're both back. There's like it's over but there was never really ended because Bruce Banner doesn't want to go back to normal Bruce Banner so the logistics of him being smart more kind of just crushing her true. She's so smart hope two thumbs up you know the cells and like hey sophie shaving man this excuse me can we get a photo one hundred percent little person to okay. Thanks say gree gree. Did you get that. That's you want to grab him with me your whole family. They don't know nobody nobody to know. He wants to watch. Take picture with. He's even saying no. He doesn't get the kid. I don't WanNa picture with me. He's GonNa feel happy you feel bad. Take the spark Holt in fact the were just hilarious both both those concepts very fun and the Rock Monster from getting bullied on fortnight coach. You know my friends. Hey guys see the bucket to free to log into the work for no password. Obviously he's back on the T._v.. Just called me a decade again new Mazda in new master six nine in new muster hosts for over God of Thunder listen but if you goldfish game immediately I ain't GonNa fly over your house. Come down to that basement your hiding in revoke your on this chopped up your crowd. You Father Little Weasel. Thank you enough people's you again. Okay thank you very much and humor so that was definitely a big plus for that movie now just kind of looking ahead to the future. Does this ending kind of make you less enthusiastic for what's next so we we have a spiderman movie coming up in July. That's supposed to take place right after the events of end game they really positioning him now to kind of be the new flag with which is difficult in a risk because kind of like what we talked about before he's just on during from Sony he's just on loan from Sony so there's no guarantees they'll be but make anymore spiderman movies after being I I saw some big online the other day. I don't know if it was just rumors but something about the possibility that dead pool might end up in the MC you now that Disney owns Fox that all in all the X. men are are owned by Fox now the Disney owns Fox they own all the rights to all of the X men and it will but Spiderman and venom are owned by Sony and Disney has not gotten around to buying Sony. Tell me up in the word but true we probably we won't get another ironman movie unless we do war machine. You know we were not really but they have a similar premise of place with a a Falcon Brat Captain America. I'm okay with that but we're GONNA get doctor strange again. We're GONNA get the probably we're GONNA get ant man a third ammon. <HES> WE'RE GONNA get a garlic garlicy galaxy three <hes> and we are going to get a black widow black black widow Vats prequel black panther too so that alone has has it and then if they decide to do kind of a Falcon kind of throw in of Falcon along with winter soldier yeah so I I think the universe will be fine mm-hmm and you know they're going to do another captain marvel of so they there will be. I guess my concern is school. Be the Big Bay that ties all of these movies together. There's like all of these sequels are going to happen but when it comes to the next phase of everything tying into everything who will be the person that they end up having to a lack against yeah. There's gotta be some sort of Seattle the Latin this could the next yeah so in order to do that. They would need to bring in again of the Fox characters because gladys and fantastic or all right like fos who is now owned by Disney yeah so in order to get into the picture and they would need to have a movie another fantastic four or another silver surfer really well. They need to do fantastic for right. It's been done wrong requites yes and recently twice I it's hard for me. You think that they would keep making fantastic four movies but now that they incorporate them into the M._c.. You it will be interesting to see their take. Although they're kind of running out of a actors that they could fit into those roles I know Oh that one of the movie lists that I see in the past where they were trying to figure out who would make fantastic four actors played roles. They were thinking maybe general in the office of making good mister fantastic anti a real life. I really blend with made a good invisible woman along the to me in in the fantastic four mister fantastic is supposed to be a little one yeah goggles tackles grace strikes there could be you know and it's the invisible woman. You know you could do that where they they have had kids you know. I don't know we'll see I'm that's the first villain I would you now we gave him this time. Don't make him cloud Kim in actual bill in the second fantastic that had just Alba they had practice cnet movie but never actually saw elected. It was just a giant cloudy yet planets now the way that they handle the silver surfer in that movie where they had morpheus doing his voice. It is known by many names Tom by people called it collectors the devour of world's it must feed on energy to survive both thermal thermal organic. How could you willingly serve this thing because I must doesn't it bother you all the world's and innocent people you've helped destroy my service spares my world and the one I love but the way they handle the actual villain go actors was really bad? They could do something like what the gardens of the yards he chewed did with ego where it was in the comments he was the planet gap personified with Kurt Russell in the movie yeah they could do something similar you know as we talked about the cree scrolls. You know you'd still do that. You could instill even though the scrolls out to be kind of good guys which was the nice twist for the early now whether they were going to stick to the chalk in main roles evil I guess in a way they could have two factions actions of the scrolls one of them that is good which is the capital he will still also have that what was that the alien the gold people from parties they still were yet as they were word. I guess they were setting up out of warlock. In that second. Guardians of the galaxy was supposed to be the person in that machine at eight debater so cool yes but yes but Adam warlock is supposed to be a good guy at least in the comics but I guess they kind of like what they did with the scrolls they could flip the switch and make heavy ability after all the a lot of different ways that go with that. It'll be interesting to see if they'll be able to keep everybody's interest now that everybody's kind of exhausted after this twenty two movie run if they'll be able to keep the momentum going and have a giant bill and that will tie all together well they probably need to take a page from Star Wars Book and maybe start spacing them out a little bit more like you know like you. Mention guardedly captain marvel was like a month before a game and now yeah it's like you know the space novel right now. They're doing anywhere between two to three to four movies a year so maybe keep it to movies a year beginning of the year when at the end to Kinda give people time time between Memorial Day Christmas the by that but obviously from a financial standpoint. They're going to do the exact opposite because they can yeah exactly any other thoughts. Nobody all big aspects so I think for good good we've reached. Yes we have I am I am Jesse Jackson. You can hear me you could see me on twitter at Jesse Jackson D._F._W.. Bob On twitter and you can reach me at Metz underscore junior on twitter you can email the podcast how many podcasts at gmail.com we also have the youtube channel. If you want to subscribe and binge through all of those lots of ways to get hold of us. 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