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Thursday 6/10/21 - Richard Roeper & Jeff D. Lowe Talk Movies Part II

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Thursday 6/10/21 - Richard Roeper & Jeff D. Lowe Talk Movies Part II

"All right him may today is thursday. It's june welcome to the dog presented by barstool sports. If you didn't listen to yesterday this right now. Listen apart one. This is part two. Right here with richard roeper. Jeff de not a great movie talk get into a more here in part two so let's just hop into it. Here's part two with richard roeper and jeff de la. Is there any actor that completely. Aisha's you because of a review yes. There are koppel of cases. I'll tell the story. Because i've told it before doing the tonight show. Roger and i were doing guest tonight. Show and ben. Stiller was on. And i know sue landers become a huge cult film but i did not love the first one. The second was the disaster. But i think i gave maybe two and a half stars to the first one. Sort of a mild. Hey got a great concept. Didn't love it so backstage. The tonight show they have all these guests books. Anybody who's ever on there and there's like you know dozens of them. It's real cool because you can pull out. Hey wow nineteen eighty-four murphy's first appearance. And he put a little note in there and everything so the producer comes backstage. Hey guys good to have you on the show again ben. Stiller is going to be on these in the other dressing room. like gay. Didn't love movie. But i love him. He's done a lot and they go. Hey we got the guestbook. Here for you guys to sign. So roger grab the guestbook. Any me and he had this kind of just raises eyebrows like a cartoon character. It come take a look at this. And instead of saying to jay leno tonight show producer tonight show producers. I'm so glad to be on the show again. Ben stiller ben stiller wrote to hebron roper. Why don't you take those two thumbs. Shove them up your ass. Hadn't gotten over it. And then he he was on first and he left before he wouldn't come on with us and we later heard from him and he goes. I'm sorry because he's he is. I know he's a sweet guy. I don't know him. You know per se but you know he's got a great reputation and very a person and he just said you know i. I'm sorry. I had that reaction but i spent four years of my life working on that movie and roger said well. We spent ninety minutes sitting through it. So let's call. But he was a little harsher about this of sometimes than i was but i i get that and jeff this to nobody out sounds says. Let's make a shitty movie. Maybe maybe adam sandler when he's got his fifteenth comedy with his buddies knows it's not going to be an oscar winner and i've got relatives who work in the movie business on crew and props and things like that and lots of friends who work behind the scenes screen writers who were fifteen years on a script and then it finally gets made so i get that he works hard at what do but again you know. I always looked at my mission. It's the final product. I know everybody went into great intentions. Is something the average working man or woman should spend their money on the story to your to write like. They're the ones buying the papers yet. Your another one going to the website. So that's totally totally. Is there a movie and interesting too because our boss. He rates pizza. I don't know if you've ever of course. Yeah and you're all the time. People jobs that i look at it. Go like watch. Movies gets a little more complicated. Love that exactly. But you know what i mean. Same thing with so many times people. Hey man seven one here you know and and is there any movie for you. You feel like people come up to you more than others and be like. Hey richard this one like really come on. Is there anyone that people are kind of the most that you kinda docked Yeah it's generational it depends on at different points in my career When the lord of the rings. I started. I had not read. I mean i know about tolkien. And i know about the books and listen. I thought it became this legendary franchise the first one to me. I was sitting in the theater and it was like three and a half hours of elves and precious and goblins and shit and for me. It was just like we're going to see like nine more of these. So i did not give positive recommendation to the first lord of the rings movie and i heard from people about bat for a very very long time eventually did kind of come around and went back and i watched it. You know. it's really really well made film and the other thing is it's it's the star wars universe. I'm probably more generous than jeff might be or other fans. 'cause i've never been i listen. I recognize its place in movie history and especially the originals. And all of that. It's not my favorite genre. And i am not combing through the fan fiction sites and the twitter verse and everything else about every spin off and different casting of characters and how this thing so there's been some of the more recent films that people hated like a hated a country. They're at war with. I mean you know the visceral level of disliked for some of these films. It's something that doesn't listen. It's a it's a cowboy pop opera set in space. I don't know if it's completely in tune with the rest of the universe. But i gave it three stars and then i'll hear from them like you're unfit last jedi. Were you did you. Did you go to the last jedi premier in califor- in la. I i don't think so. I that i. That was my parting gift. When i was asking wearing america i got to. I made star superfan it. You would have thought that moves in with an oscar. Left that theater. Not a bucket saw that movie and then it became the most. Yeah five stars we ever made but star wars is. I almost hate talking. My office at home is line. The star wars action figures from my child. i obsessed. I almost hate talking about it at this point because we're marvel has become such an easy discussion and for the most part ever loved star wars. It's just always filled with some form of hate on one side of the ugly. I mean actors have left social media and almost left acting because of the reaction to their performances. Which is a fucking people. Sometimes i mean it's like you're just being cruel and it's easy and we all know about social media bullying but it's so true. I see some of that stuff. I almost never engage engage with film fans on twitter and instagram facebook. Or anything who wanted to have a discussion. Hey rich love your reviews. But i think you're way off on this or that and i'll say why do you think that our thanks for your input or something but when it comes to die i i read your review dye. Well thank you have a fine day and jeff is absolutely right. You get that the star wars universe. And i'm like. I wish there was a goodfellas fellas universe where nobody aints on it. I guess but and just when they announced casting decisions for the next chapter and people go nuts and they go but in the original comic book. He was part icelandic and his dna was this. And now i'm like you're talking about something. Based on a comic book they get or and this is another thing that drives me. Nuts is when people go nuts over a trailer and they say this trailer we were doomed and unlike going to talk about looking at trailer trailer for the original star wars. I'm sure you've seen it many times. It looks like the worst tv show of all time. Not the worst movie of all time and trailers be nothing more than misleading including a lot of horrible comedies where they take the only ninety seconds that are funny and now people will but that looked really funny based on the trailer. And i'm like well. The menu looks really good based on the pictures and laminated things like they did their job then they marketed it. Well what a shock. Yeah yeah i. You always straw. I noticed when it comes to star wars. You're always like it was fun. It was fun. I mean i. I liked the last jedi. I liked it. A little less after the premier tough. Because you're you're put into an environment that you're meant to like it actually star wars movie. Which is this moving a massive theater on. Us's it was so. I i still do like the last unacquainted star of yet it it broken even but it's funny because you know it goes back to it's like what's the one thing that everyone agrees they love and that's again it's a series it's the mandalorian back and do kind of what star wars used to always be less about the universe. Yes which again. There's a fucking did show up. Yes but more about like kinda greedy your stuff that got people into so many years ago actually had that kind of cinematography and the camera angles and everything they are clearly paying tribute to that and that bat was very cool and again for much better than two hour movie. It's just that the hate. Like i collected the action figures as a kid. That's how that's what. I think that i can't i just don't like on our we. Just don't talk much anymore. Because just he can't wait. Yeah you've ever no one ever says you changed my mind about the empire strikes back now because of what you said. And that's the thing. I like what you said about you know. It's fun because you got to. When i review movies to. They're they're not just one movie. Compared to another some wide you give this three and half stars and then you gave that three stars like. What did the movie set out to do. What the filmmakers wanna do. What was the intention of the film so when you see you know. There's there's a film on netflix. Right now called the the woman in the window with amy adams and julianne moore and gary oldman all these kademi award level actors and it's such a takeoff on rear windows got hitchcock and influences and it's the biggest piece of trash you've ever seen the they should have closed the carton de barely a movie. And you know. I'm watching that going. How roger you say it takes a group of really really talented people to make a memorably bad film. Because it's just bland if it's just a mediocre rom com or a second rate knockoff. Bruce willis action film all right fine. They all kind of knew what they were doing. This movie i guarantee you that they want they go. Let's get some oscars. let's go this and that one. I gave one star because yeah it was aspirational. And when it when it misfired. It really misfired a horror film. That's may not low budget and borrows a lot of scares from a lot of other movies but still gave me ninety minutes of involvement because the dog went out to examine the barking northern. The noise and the poor dog always gets it first horrible. He's the worst thing ever and then there's the one room in the. Don't go down there. Well of course they're going to go down there and it turns out that the country home was built on the site of an orphanage that was burnt. We know all that stuff's going to happen but if it does all of that effectively i'm gonna give it a recommendation. Does it mean. It's a better quality film in terms of the production values in the acting. Then the woman in the window no but it succeeded at what it wanted to be. What's up everybody. If you're watching this on video you see that we have the beef kids right in front of us. These awesome blue and white striped kitsch awesome packaging by the way people like the contents inside or very good. 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I'm reading the movie with the context of what it's supposed to have godzilla silvers calling is a great example. Yep i fought for what god's overs was supposed to be. I think i wanna say around eight. It was similar to another movie. That yet probably better made better acted and i got that question. You think it's part go well for what these two are supposed to be the two totally different things. Yes they kind of are like if you're gonna make it supposed to be campy stupid it nails and does it well and like that's kind of how you're supposed to view it then yemen having up there like i get this with comedy not another teen movie i think is an incredibly well done paired. Yeah that one in a while a mandate hold up. You're like yeah is it. Maybe as new onto some other comedies up there no but now for what supposed to be totally. It's fucking excellent scary crush it. Yeah ones after that. Like i'll compare one to like the other ones down the line which does not meet the spartans right. That and that's so true. Though with you. I agree with people got zillah versus qinghong. Think what's it about. I go it's about godzilla and he goes up against king kong. There are some titles of movies that tell you the entire movie and we know that. And that's what we're leading up to. And of course all of the rest is nonsense but it was really well done and it was a great movie for people to get back into the theaters and watch it with the surround sound and the character the characters. It's cut zillah and kong. Those the car was the third most complicated in philly. Yeah i just think it's something that people will never understand like they'll never get through. I was reading. You know just knowing you're coming into reading you know Rogers wikipedia and he said there was. I'm not comparing speed to you. Know sandra bullock cruise ship to american beauty. You know there's there's different layer of things. I just don't i don't know i just don't for some reason people with movies. They want to lump them all together. And i'm like listen if you go to a a steakhouse in chicago. New york got a great reputation. And it's going to cost everybody two hundred dollars in the winds marked up fifty bucks and everything. You have certain expectations. If you go through the drive through at wendy's or mcdonald's you're looking for something else and sometimes that mcdonald's is going to be more satisfied because that's what you want and that's what you so you don't compare those two and i don't know how to tell you this but that tomahawk steak that's one hundred seventy eight dollars at gibson's and chicago's way better than the wendy's cheeseburger. No shit yeah. Yeah and you know what. I'm someone who i do like the slop here and there though i'm a sucker for bringing the characters back i'm still clamoring for another goonies. Give me josh schwartz. Years like slop. I like you know. I i love really really bad movie. Not even like so bad. Recent one silk road. I watched it like three times. So bad i and toast. Oh it's so bad it's like no no not even close to so bad. It's good like i just. I love a really good zero. I just i. I live for that one or two zero year of like i hated that almost love it like that much. There's one coming out This week. I think it's called the misfits and it's a heist movie and pierce brosnan. Is this career the still providence. Still looks great. Nobody is looked better at for the last thirty five years as the guy at the bar with a with a drink in his hand and pierce brosnan and the suit. The open collared shirt. He's playing this long time career thief and then there's this band of younger thieves. They're all robin hoods. They wanna steal money from this horrible arab sheikh who's got terrorist ties and they're gonna steal gold from them and nick cannon leads this bunch you know. And he he somehow even when they're in five star hotels manages to only wear a sleeveless t shirt. So we could see how tough nick cannon isn't. He narrates the story in the multicultural band of thieves. And we know there's going to be trusted interns and everything and it's it's unbelievably bad in terms of you know what it's all about. It's so much fun. it looks great in. They're stealing every kind of the ocean's eleven trope and all these other things but you know when they're making they're going like this is going to be fun. Yeah let's just do this and if you go back and look at it of it makes sense. And then you've got like tim. Roth shows up at the villain so again. Sometimes we are seeing these great actor slumming it woman in the window. They weren't slumming it. They thought they were doing a prestige project misfits. They know they're making a silly heist movie that they all got a nice paycheck and they got the film at overseas and probably had as much fun making it as a lot of other films. Because nobody's taking it seriously. Do you have a worst movie. i guess. Yeah that's tough eddie. That again it kind of goes back to what the film is trying to do it. And for me. The films that i've given like zero stars to are the films that like the violence or children revel in torture porn was then term and i know the saw franchise and they just did another one book spiral with. I don't know what the fuck what chris rock was thinking. He wanted to do a horror film. He could have gotten his pick of a-list horror thriller scripts and he kind of rebooted the the saw franchise and that's an example of one. You know where where they zoom in on close ups of mutilations and stuff. I'm not saying the worst movie. 'cause actually it's pretty well made the first one know danny glover's in but that type of film were yelling and again films that put children endangered just to show them being hurt or to kinda yankus around. Those are the films that i'm that i'm going to give zero stars to 'cause they're not only terrible but i feel like they're in some cases morally bankrupt and because the filmmakers know what they're doing they're still doing it to try to get people into into theaters. Do you have one jeff. I'm very public about mine. Typically you know we're friends. I i think though movie is that no know movies close. But that's now it's my my lowest so on the website. If you go on it's like five thousand like three it's jack and jill with adam sandler movie i think it so the product placement. What they do in that movie and watching fucking alpa chino dance and that dunkin donuts commercial. It is i. That was the angriest. I've ever been watching a movie because it just felt like you were being and i and i and i love adam sandler to like. It's not even and everything. Like i'm i'm like number. One uncut gems defender logged on. Like i love me too. Man jack and jill felt like you reading exploited if so wrong i think i had it whatever year that came out. It's probably what two thousand four island somewhere in the two thousand. I think i had it as the worst movie of the year. So i'm with you there on a green screen with johnny depp. In la lakers game wasn't even an actual lakers game. It was like now. That's the thing about adam sandler and he's not listening. He's had a great career but there was that certain period thereafter. He had the ninety s resurgence after snl and yeah because he got fired from us and our didn't get brought back you know and then he did you know happy gilmore and billy madison and all these films that still you know people love to this day and then he got zone where he could make anything he wanted and he just you know he was the only guy that would show up for moving cargo shorts and a tee shirt and go out. My character wears this the wardrobe planning insurance. He just got that lazy. And i'm with i'm with jeff on this though because it was such a disrespect to the audience and condescending and cynical to say like i do any and getting these big stars who are thinking. Well i'm gonna be an adam sandler movie this. Everyone seems to love him and he did all many of those. And you would see every once in a while you'd see spangler or you'd see on cut gems even to this day and you see the talent that he's got and he still you know he's got this deal with netflix. Now to keep making movies and he just did the halloween thing last year. That was horrible. Too and he's gone back to doing that. Weird with six. Yeah and he's doing. The you know the weird voice and everything and it's like you don't have to do anything anymore you know. Why not just do uncut gems every once in a while and he always gets his friends. The okay come on back. Rob schneider wrong missy. They had a nice vacation hawaii. There's there's a lot where it's like. Where did you wanna go on vacation. That's the old michael caine joke. Of course not joke but story you know that he would always say you the movie set lately. Well you know it's draws three but we're going to be in the bahamas for two months on. He's in but yeah. Jack and jill autumn. Ten for me as a chino i. I has to haunt mel pacino. Just i it's unbelievable. You think so what's yours. I always takes me. Because i shot in theaters. Because i'm big off. I paid really a ticket to go see it won. Miss call was pretty bad. You ever seen that. Yeah i get my buddy. Say the happening. That one gets brought me a lot because he saw in theatres. Because it was m night and it's sort of like if the quiet place went horribly wrong happening. Yeah there's my. I think my favorite roger review because i again i. I like bad movies. I love the concept. I think look at it and we we have a box of. Dvd's of bad movies and casa blanca at work props every now and then meet. The spartans is in their kirk cameron's saves christmas in there. That you wanna movie. Yeah he is in there. Which is my favorite. Like is he. He walked home alone. Three and home. Three is one of the most fascinating bizarre movies of any franchise ever. Have you ever looked at the synopsis for home alone. Compared to home alone three no out there. It's like. I do a spoken word performance on this. I think it's one of my favorite and it's obviously. It's really not as bad as i feel kinda cloudy because there's no macaulay culkin. We tweeted every christmas. I think from from the podcast. Yeah because i don't think like listen. It's definitely not one or two. I don't think it's the worst the number three. But it's have you seen it. What no i haven't. It's other movie. The number three home alone three. Yes yes yeah. Okay so home alone home alone. Three synopsis. once in office is probably like what kids kit left at home fights off burglars for internationally wanted thieves working for north korean tears. Organization is a ten million dollar missile computer chip in an airport. I mean just. The level of i mean from from from guys breaking in and and flooding the basements amiss and they waistband terrorist. That's the movie starts off in korea ships. They will killing old woman in the movie. It's unbelievable time personally guarantee you. I would bet that that's a case where someone wrote a script and then someone said that action movie script. Let's dust dusted off and make it a home alone. They'll do that sometimes. You're like how does that even fit into the world and it's like well they already bought the rights to this thing. But i love utah. Rod like ben stiller and stuff and like the types he'd be a little harsher up things because in that review of hormone three kinda crafts. The first this was the one right here. And it's so it's so pure and genuine that it's it's one of my favourite view. Well listen i. I home alone i completely get first of all john hughes screenplay it's one of the great titles of all time because it instantly every kid has that moment of fear when they thought they were left home alone. I mean it's just. It is a great setup and macaulay culkin. It's one of the best performances by a kid before he became aware of him. Being macaulay culkin. But i do remember if it was. 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And look i mean the one that immediately comes to mind is the devil in the white city which is based on this great book and if people don't know about the the world's fair in chicago eighteen ninety three and they literally created this white city sidebar about this l. frank bomb. The aspiring author went with his family on vacation to the white city at the world's fair was inspired in the wizard of oz to create the emerald city of the wizard of oz that was based on him seeing the white city exhibit. But wow that was going on in chicago. There was this doctor who might have been the most prolific killer in the history of this country. They don't know many. how many dozens. If not hundreds of young women he murdered because he ran a boarding house in all these seventeen. Eighteen nineteen year old. Even younger would come from iowa or minnesota or oklahoma to the big city. Maybe hoping to get a job. The world stare and he'd bring them into his home which reportedly had this incredible catacombs and death chambers and torture chambers. So it's a fascinating book about these two things happening in chicago and they've been talking about making it into a movie. Forever scorsese directing. Tom cruise attached at one point. And i keep reading that. It's going into production but then i talked to people in the chicago office and they will not to our knowledge and it still hasn't because to me it actually sounds just from the scripture that people get a chance to read the book it might work better as a net flicks eight part series complex. And yeah with that much going on. But i think it has. It sounds like to me like something that would be incredible visual spectacle because it could have the combination of like this historical epic and then a chilling horror film wrapped inside of it. Yeah i've always been fascinated by that because it's here and everything like that. So i think wasn't leo rumored to be flying to and you know the you think about dicaprio and score says he like the perfect combination because you could see the capri this charming doctor. Who is this evil side. We've seen that in some of the films. He's done tarantino films. It's things like that as well. He can play that dark side. I'll go much dumber. I wish they would have made the twenty-one joan three men in black crossover. Because i'm such a jump streak guy that sounded like a great way to do it to an excuse to do another one and they didn't they made a crappy men in black movie instead so rows it. Yeah that's another one where i leave it alone. Just ten. who was who was banging on the doors like come on. It's all met him. Black three was no. It already really fallen off but again you know. That's the thing when you know going back to eddie's original question there's still this tendency in hollywood to not take a chance on that original screenplay for the devil in the white city that's gonna cost two hundred million dollars and say let's throw hundred and fifty million at a movie that we can put men in black title and just rio it again and thank god for the streaming and platforms that will take on prestige projects. Have you ever been accused. Know one of the funniest things i think going with. Elsie be is they. They're always accused of being a disney's pocket. People always think that you're disney show. People that disney is always a given them. Some scientists have anyone that's always accused here for people all the time saying the studios must have paid you off and i've actually worked for disney or for some subsidiary subsidiary of disney for most of the last twenty some years the to roper was originally an independent show siskel and ebert and then was tribune company but by the time i got there was of to television which is owned by disney. So we we got checks with the mouse on them. And i will say this the whole time. I was there almost an total of nine years. They made it very clear. Michael eisner was the chairman at the time. Made it very clear that there was a separation of church and state that no one from anyone involved in disney movie was ever to contact us other than a normal capacity sales at screening and would never be any repercussions because the value of the franchise was. You can trust us. And i always point to the fact that there's a movie i think is called sahara director by michael eisner son and i gave it thumbs down on the show and roger gave me thumbs up. And i'm like okay. If you liked you liked it afterwards. He's like you've got some balls on. And i said it's not a good movie and we never heard a word from disney disney owned show. I ripped a movie by the son of the chairman of disney. But i hear it all the time to for people. And i'm like i saw you think that universal pictures is rolling out the big wads of dough for me to give a positive review to something. It's just always say please. Yeah through love you. If they want to throw money in my pocket to say that whatever thing they just put out on disney premier go for it. Yeah they pay you a lot and the other one is even see this movie. Yes that's the brule have to see it and then review you saw the movie. Is it worse now social media. And it's just you know again. This people can still reach out to me with email. The i don't respond to much of those either. Because you can't win you know and well everybody's a critic now and that's fine you know everybody's emboldened to have their opinion but i'll put a review out there. There's six hundred replies first of all who the time you know. I just don't have the time to go through that. And i you know what am i gonna do if someone says this or that. The only a few times. I'll reply if someone just says something. That's factually wrong. You know they'll say this movie got that wrong about this or they'll say well you're also the guy that gave a negative review to and i'll be like that's not true. Here's a link to my four star review. They never answer though they never go. Oh my god you set me right. I'm so sorry. I'm going to ten dollars to the charity of your name to make it up to you. So even that status silent then on follow you if you prove them. A few between i like a good discussion of someone just completely disagrees with the. But it's like it's like the one or two toward the stupider idiot are you can. If you wanna call me an idiot and idiot. Kama chu more tweets as to why disagree then. I'll probably if you think. I'm an idiot. That's i am. That's fine but if you wanna have an actual discussion. I'll like yeah. That's what the platforms for right. You know there's another thing where people will say. I'll never trust you again because you like a certain movie that they hate it. They're like you've they love saying this. You've lost all credibility with me my wife and i. It's always the guy basically went to see blah blah blah blah. Because you gave it three and a half stars. We walked out after ten minutes. First of all you didn't say there's going to be subtitles and there's reading you lost all credibility and i can't help sometimes responding say so what you're saying is i've done. Roughly eleven thousand film reviews over the years. And because we disagree on this one. this is it. I've lost all credibility that everything i've done and it's a wide. Would you agree with me on every single thing. That's insane to well racer. Thanks for coming in today. my pleasure. Yeah so what's going new podcast as well get new podcast with my longtime radio partner roe conn chicago area listeners will know him. It's called screen time and it is just about what we've been talking about anything you can see on a screen but primarily movies and then the streaming shows as well as you guys. Well know it's available everywhere you know people say. Where's your your pockets of illegal. Why did you google it. There's you know it's available. Everybody's called screen time. We're doing twice a week. Now is fun because we do the deep dives into film stock. We recently did a show on the thirty fifth anniversary of running scared. A great buddy cop movie and got billy crystal on to talk about it. We had james caan on recently to talk about thief and believe it or not guys. The fiftieth anniversary of bryan song is this fall. Maybe the best football movie of all time. So it's great to have billy crystal and james caan in the lifetime but mostly it's just my chance to kind of talk about what we just talked about. Get a little more on deep dive on movies and streaming shows nice to get some guests. You said awesome. Jeff anything else. No movie rankings. Dot net moves to catch up on back. And look at jack and jill. Your had just ahead of it number. I mean i have. I have to check out of to. I have to answer what what the second to last one is. i want to say. It's actually a newer movie. That i i would be very curious if you know human of watch this share was in it. Cher lent her voice in it. Very recently came out last year. I might have been one of ten people to see this movie. I'm pretty sure this is my second to last to share of wobble heads the movie the movie of top because you know bobbleheads our. That's the toy everyone talks about. Just like the lego's. Lego obviously still relevant bobbleheads though share lent her voice to it. They didn't have the rights to her music. Obviously on in. I think that may actually be be second to last until last they had. Jack and jill has the cushion as they were plumbing earth there. Yeah bobble has and again you know. That was the studio meeting all right. They've already done lego. Can we get operation. The movie don't break the ice bobbleheads bonus. How would that share. It's like that. Does she even know she was put something in front of her one day. You know at the salon and she read thirty lines. Probably you guys are just two people just seen some shit like and i always say that because people say man you get to see every movie and i go no every movie. It's both it's both well and also because then they'll wrap but no no. I don't wanna i don't wanna keep it going but that is the that is the other thing that gets me is. I will always reply to some of says. Blank is the worst movie i've ever seen and i always say the worst you've ever seen. Yeah that like that that movie. It'll be like like very bathe. It'll be like the conjuring movie right like. That's the worst i've ever seen. There's nothing worse than that. And that's my favorite your three year old saying this is my favorite film ever piglets. Movie that you've seen get bobbleheads the movie though and then actually my last question to it you. Are you worried about movies. Theaters is it. Are you like to streaming and demanding. Like i do like it and you know you look at something like in the heights. Linneman manuel miranda talked about him. His first big broadway hit was in the heighten. It's coming to theaters on friday. And it's also going to be straight to. Hbo max and to me. It's two different audiences and same thing with crew allah. It was thirty bucks people who only got thirty dollars to watch at home. Well if you're a young couple and you've got three kids that's a bargain thirty bucks compared to what you'd have to do because the kids are old enough to bring them there. Maybe you get a sitter for the younger kid going to the concessions and stuff. So i feel like the streaming platforms is helping more than it's hurting in the theater. Owners are finally starting to get that now. Quiet place part to john krasinski said i want a forty five day window. You know so. It's in theaters for forty five days. Then it's gonna come to streaming people are starting to go back to theater's quiet place to did very well. I think some of these other films coming out. We're going to eventually get the top gun. Movie and black widow so theaters theaters are going to bounce back in a big way. Not not that. I said this to. I don't know if you agree with this. I think too because we were forced out for so long. It almost hate saying it helps like it helped it. Would coach really help. But i think help people realize like shit. I really miss the movie. Yeah like there's there's people who i know who were going who didn't go before because they're like damn. I really took that for granted. And especially in some of the janis. We're talking about the comedies. The action films superhero movies. I actually went back to see avengers endgame the weekend it opened. I'd seen it a month earlier. Because i wanted to watch it with the fans. And here's something. I've told parents of adolescents and teenagers for generations. Now your kids not only wanna go to the movies. They want to get away from you. They want to go somewhere and the movies is the first. That's the first thing when a kid is twelve. Thirteen it's the first thing they can do. Were mom or dad. Drops them off at the mall or the multiplex picks them up two and a half hours and they get to meet their friends and have that cool going out experience way since the twenties and always will be so theaters. I think are going to. I think jeff is true. Two people really miss that experience. The i do. I definitely i'm happy. Your pretzel bites in the local. I know it's rose killing them on the rosemount while you're a criminal offense and they got people in rosemont that know how to enact legislation. It's a problem arrive. Your lissa rosemont. The your stop with the pretzel by just knocked. Verion richard cantu this and they gotta get their game back onto. It's been a while to get back in stride guy coming off a rehab. Simon triple eight gonna get his arm back over. There really are richard. Thanks again screen. Time goal. listen to go. Download it This was fun. Thanks appreciate it all right. That's everybody will see you next time.

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"Okay so not to bring up tim allen again. But i've never wanted to have sex with the popeye but like sex with that. Popeye were all week to stepping on nails practices by saying i wrote a script. Daytona beach is like two miles. Conveniences place land anyway. So many of my tabs they seem. Are you guys ready for this weird venture that we're all about to go on. You can't cut me for stephen king this motherfucker gas lights you kokin saw. We'll be chapter against-all-odds kyle. We became the swirly weird. This whole podcast is very negative mouth. Feel hello and welcome to debate this the show where no one is right but someone is definitely wrong and this show we take time out of our adult lives talked about comic books video games and how periodically i'm very i'm going to get the money to have thrown off thrown off by sonics. Not his very human feet. Worse concept of this movie's gonna show a sonics feet. Was the most upsetting thing about pre remake. Sonic movie yup. Did they actually show us feet. I thought that was just the internet. Saying hey think about the fact is feet would be here. I thought that his they showed us his feet. I blocked that out. Didn't we do this like two years ago. Yeah yeah pretty sure. We've had this country in two thousand seventeen andrew. It's right now. It was almost like eighteen months ago. If we're being really very excited for a fun and open twenty twenty asian plan. The thing the thing that started this whole like dark spyro was that matt reminded us how before some of us went to go see. Sonic there was a man who mixed a slushy in a bunch of liquor at a bar in front of us and it was really upsetting wine in that too. I think that's how we got so disgusted. So it was like a sangria. Sonic theme singer. Yes that he poured into a slushy. This man made a me matt of history. He gets that slushy from a sonic drive through. That would be that would meta kyle. You're gonna ask. You brought it from home. And i was going to go. He didn't bring his. It was called sangria knuckles. All right. all right okay. All right fine you win. Hey you guys know every major comic run in movie and sorry it always has this big creation of this big team upright and so in fact if you think about it marvel's me right. I don't want to talk about what we're talking about anymore Anyway marvel's made dozens if not probably over a hundred different teams just to ram jam. You know this hero group with that hero group and you know the most exciting marvel stories. They always come from his introduction of this new hero that exists. Just kinda mix things up and keep things fresh and you know since we know that marvel is looking to kick off a new fresh look for the avengers in the mc you and yet somehow gritty reboots and call backs are all the rage. I've asked personally the professionals over at exclamation point to pitch to me. Who's going to be the new addition to this newest big vendors team up movie now that's boring and we don't do boring here. The catch is that they need to bring me a hero that has already existing in those oft forgotten two thousand superhero movies. You guys remember those audience. Oh yeah the remember those. Remember those. There's a imdb list of non marvel in dc superhero. Movies i read it a lot this week. Specifically the ones that came in the wake of of sam raimi's spiderman when when everyone was very much scrambling to to burnout superheroes. The first time every studio was like superheroes. What a good idea. Let's do that so With a random and surprisingly deep bench to pull from helping me sort through the lineup of potential super today is andrew. Doctor druid henderson. Matt stingray coal and kyle three d. man harper whose three d men. Todd gets a little jubran narrow it down for me. I gotcha so these are found. A list of the ten worst adventures of all time are be three. I think he's our top three worst offenders at all of all time dr jude. Sounds kinda read. Dr super red. I think the quote was he joined. The team got mind controlled faked his own death and then betray different team and then died for real well. It's unfortunate for him. Yeah and stingrays powers. I think are just to swim. Really fast underwater. Isn't he a dc hero. An aquaman villain. No well yeah well. No the mandatory or black man to tampa stinger stingray They used them for like one underwater mission. You're evanger ya anyway. So i'm gonna read from three demands wikipedia page before we move on because under powers it's three d. Man possesses various superhuman physical attributes that are approximately three times greater than that of even the finest human wishes say stupidly arbitrary and i love that three times the man who even the finest man over. It wasn't the whole thing with captain america that he's thirty times stronger. Faster like fucking polka-dot century. Yeah so three. Man is one tenth of a captain america. If you get ten three demands can have one. Steve rogers does that make three demand. The square root of captain america. All right stop it right guys. The tell me a witch circa two thousand zero. Do you think would be a perfect addition to the next avengers team and further. Tell me you know where they're from and what they're going to bring to the team andrew orange pop it off. I would love to. You're going to give a good answer. It's a gradients. Or i only give good answers here exclamation. We're we're fact. Check that mbare So todd submitted for your approval. I give you invisible boy originally portrayed by kill mitchell in nineteen ninety nine summer blockbuster. Action comedy mystery men because remember mr pole pole in credible mystery men. The dvd that lived in by every teenage males binder of dvd's of the mid-2000s. Yeah it was anchorman before. Anchorman was anchorman mystery man. The movie they gave us was wasn't a hero. The one guy had a shovel he did. Let me out. Let me okay. Let me quickly. I got to do the thing so for those out. There who haven't heard of mystery men who weren't in the theaters in summer of nineteen ninety. Nine like i was mystery. Men was an original script. Loosely inspired. I did not know this Originally sponsored by bob burden's flaming carrot comics ever heard of flaming carrot. No am i supposed to heard a flaming care. i think it's pretty obscure. This was published by dark horse. But it's at a couple other publishers. the idea was it was it was created the seventy s and it like the idea was one of the first major like surrealist comedic takes on superheroes so like the main character is a carrot man all right so mystery. Men is an original story but it took inspiration from that comic and then that comic actually added mystery men to its cannon which is kinda cool but yeah so. The idea is mystery men Stars this collection of ragtag dealers superhero wannabes. That i'll have weirdly specific. i would say homebrew superpowers. So the movie opens. This is an ensemble comedy. This was huge in the late. Ninety s This nine thousand ninety nine. This was the height of ben stiller fever. Something about. Mary had just ciller within this movie. Oh my god was. The was the lead in this movie. Ben stiller was the was the leading presents the mystery man list of mystery. It's got home stupid. Cash dense cast janina ruffalo william. You've got the original three members of michigan. You've got the shuffler. Played by william mitch missy. Paradis the blue raja played by his area. Who famously is the voice Voice of what's his name Album them convenience store helper and convenience store guy. And i'm gonna say i'm gonna take a clean cut of that. Fuck you kyle. Russia played by anka's famously. The voice of apu in the simpsons as well as like a thousand other voices. But that's the one that seems to be attributed to him the most and then of course we talked about ben stiller. Playing mister furious. That's what it was us. Ben stiller character ben stiller. Tom waits is in this movie. Movie he is is the big fucking. Jeffrey russia's the bad guy so i watch us today it holds up really well. It's got similar energy to galaxy quest which also came out around this time and what a good fuck and movie can we just take a second to sound. Good a fucking movie of movie. I've never seen galaxy quest. either there. there are paul. Reubens is also there there are a couple weird bad problematic area by one thousand nine hundred nine problematic areas but honestly like the comedy really holds up. It's very busy playing a character named the blue raja. We're going to talk about that a lot. Because i i wanna i wanna save that for a bit later but also yes. It's got a lot of the lake camp and xenakis that schumacher batman movies. Had which like if you watch mystery men in two thousand eight. You've been like this look and sucks but like me watching us today in two thousand twenty one hell of a time. Watch this all right so the the basic plot is so these three are. They're trying to they're attempting to stop a robbery. It an old folks home in their native champion city. Also champion city is like fucking insane neo. Tokyo blade runner like futuristic city. That did not need to be this way. Like it's just insane computer like. They spent a ton of money on weird computer. Animated graphical transition scenes. Really wild it was nineteen ninety nine. That's what you your movies budget at as it was. Y2k fever baby so they are not successful. But they're saved in the nick time by the cities actual hero captain. Amazing played by greg kinnear So series events leads to captain amazing captured captured by villainous. Ready for this casanova frankenstein. How was this movie real. Geoffrey rush cazenove. Frankenstein is my new gamertag. So i am changing my steam name tonight. There's no way casanova frankenstein is still available as somebody made that one thousand nine hundred managed it so it falls to this this group wannabe superheroes to save him. So the most of the plot the act to three of the movie is. They're recruiting more to their team. Which includes the spleen played by paul. Reubens the bowler played by jimmy garoppolo and of course visible boy played by kill. Mitchell didn't your janine groff. Bowling ball have a skull in it. It was the skull of her dad. This movie she talks to it. Wow okay so. I've never seen in history man sky if you can get on amazon prime for three dollars on peacock yup oh shit i one hundred ten percent recommended like i know so okay so the spleen his the because this is eighteen nine is kind of a kid's movie has the power of farts because of course the shovellers william h macy in mining hat who wields a shovel and Blue raja is his area. Like we said so hang. Zero is dressed up in like a tablecloth. And he's doing a really like posh british accent but he has like a turban around his head and it's super offensive and they actually like get to the point where everyone's like. Hey that's really offensive. He's like no. So here's the deal right because because it used to be like under british rule so like this is the bit a raja was actually a british power. I'm just. I'm just playing the british side but yeah it was wild and also. He doesn't have anything blue in him. And that's a joke but the bit with blue raja is. He's the master of cutlery heathrow's silverware but he doesn't throw knives forks so yes it was just like every character had to joke that took three steps a little farce. Yes uh-huh and then ben stiller's mister furious. He doesn't literally do anything the whole movie. He just he just gets angry. Doesn't ben stiller ben stiller character. Yeah anyway okay. So let's talk about invisible way so when the three guys. I approach a visible boy. He explains the source of his powers. Invisible invisible boy has the power to turn completely invisible but the trick is he can only do it when no one is incredible and if he or others look at him while he's invisible he will turn back amazing when asked how he knows he's actually able to turn invisible his responses feeling so Throughout the movie invisible boy is obviously like doing anything his his his real purpose is just like unrelenting charm and optimism. He's like he's the stereotypical like wide-eyed superhero fan. Boy he also like he pulls together all this superhero contacts because this is just like a club of nerds than hang out right up a superiors share in a sequence. Leads them to find jimmy. Garoppolo's character is kind of like the ringer of the team. Now does get moment to shine at the end but the major contribution really is just like. He's just like being courage or he's cheering on his other teammates He finds he helps the main characters. He helps shovel or find the courage to lead and helps. Mister furious find his identity which is a whole other ark for ben stiller's character so yeah invisible boy portrayed by the one and only kill mitchell who. I'm pretty sure it's not acting anymore. He's a pastor. Yes yes rate sure All right boy entertainment hot with some like good nostalgia with mitchell matt. What do you have for us today. Yeah todd listen. So i know that there is an expectation for me to come here and talk about two thousand six cinematic masterpiece. Zoom academy for superheroes starting higher chevy chase. But i'm not going to do that sway timeout. Those people were all in the two thousand six masterpiece. Zoom academy superheroes. How did they never mind. Tomorrow was actually a superhero. Yeah out so not gonna do that. Largely because that movie is terrible edits mostly just tim allen fat shaming a fourteen year. Old your eyes. I watched a few clips zoom this week and was reminded. Why zoom like. I remember the title but not the movie anyway friends today. We're going to talk about the precursor to my hero. Academia two five disney mega hit sky. High yeah better nostalgia. Better nostalgia than mystery men different better different better while sky high which was definitely the first property to do a superhero. High school. I will not be taking questions at this time. Introduced us to a wide. Cast of super am not so super characters x. Men came out in the the sixties. Matt i would like to bring i would. I am not taking questions at times. Question is the fact that kids like to bring the most interesting character into the avengers business by promoting warren piece from sky high to whatever open position the executor hiring for today. Warren can shoot fire out of his hands and a lot of teenage angst and trendy. Red hair stripe. And i think that's what the avengers need born piece is such a good superhero name. That meeting the rest of the movie could have been hot stinky trash and that name would have been would have carried it. So who is kurt. russell's character. I'm not seeing this movie. Okay so warren. Warren pieces played by a guy named steven straight. Who did like nothing else. Go yeah sky. High honestly a pretty good movie like as far as two thousand five disney movies go sky high is is pretty much the upper echelon of mid-2000s disney and the whole idea is that it's this superhero school. That has two tracks. There's a track for superheroes and there's a track for what they call heroes support which is basically like sidekick school. Oh shit this is my here academia. Yeah exactly it is just my hero. Academia salsa just the most recent season of the adventures zone got it. Go yeah so you come to school and like day one. You get sorting headed into either being a hero or being a sidekick and this whole movie introduces us to like a bunch of people and then the one person that they introduced us to did they give us. No other backstory on is warren peace. Who is the most interesting and be coolest character this whole fucking movie and deserves a lot more. We're gonna talk about that today but if nothing else that it is. His name is warren peace. And that's the i. I can't tell if i like it or hate it. But it's it's a comic book e thing so i guess it gets a it gets the green light kyle. What did you bring all right. Todd so we all know. That marvel needs a new big bad to spin into a ten year. Arc that culminates into a cinema experience. The like of the likes of which has never been seen before and we also know that the quote unquote fans have been clamoring to get nathan fillion in the mc for years. So i bring you today. One solution to both problems. Introducing captain hammer as the newest member of the mc and with him are underlying big bad for the next decade the evil league of eve so if if mystery man or mystery men was a great poll dr horrible along blog like the best of all that came out during the writer's strike didn't it that was the whole a output of the rate. For those of you don't know captain. Hammer is the antagonised in the the web series. Dr horrible sing along blog written by joss weeden and his brother during the two thousand seven and eight writers strike as a way to kind of higher crew and and actors. When television production was shut down. They released three web shorts three musical web shorts starring. Neil patrick harris as the titular. Dr horrible a low level villain trying to become a high level villain as the main character and his his photo who barely knew he existed. Captain hammer played by nathan fillion. Captain hammer has the typical like like good superhero powers to super durability. Super strength super speed. He's a big doofus. And and a very good use of nathan fillion a in a comedic role. He's basically captain. Awesome as by greg kinnear and he says the hammer is my penis at haven't folks. We did not make it past the first question without someone saying the hammer is my penis which mind you is a joke. That was so culturally relevant. It got used in. The adam sandler remake of the longest yard that joe got recycled. The that's bad. But i do like that on. The guy that plays wallets and shitty moist. Big bang theory is his side kick moist. Who has the power to make things kinda damp can we. We do not do enough thing. So they're just call back to the late nineties mid-2000s because man the moist the race the leader of the evil league of the eagle the evil league of evil before dr horrible takes over as a villain called bad horse. Who has just. I'm pat around the table. The horse of the head of the table. Oh my god okay we gotta we gotta keep going right back in the bit so okay if we look at the success of like recent superhero movies. It's always fun or gritty twists on their origin story or or their character. That's what makes them shine so my question to you is what's the source origin story for your hero. And then how are you going to change that for this reboot to make them extra. You know extra purposeful in meaningful to the story. Yeah so we don't get a whole lot about invisible boys beshir. Don't know that. I'm ryan three seems so kill. Mitchell is a stunt cast. That was to get the kids butts in the seats. This was the height of keenan and kelly. Like this was to get a high nick. Yeah yeah this was the kids in the door because this was like kind of a team. I was twelve years old. This hit me. Just a perfect i to watch this because i when i thought about cal. Mitchell would only think that he likes orange soda and that he put the screw in the tuna time when every movie that wasn't rated g. or are had to fit fit. This wide gap of appealing to twelve year olds and like thirty five year olds. All at once. You've had to take someone from the cast of all that. Yes yes absolutely. Which is why. You have greg kinnear acting alongside cal mitchell in a separate here. Sorry andrew fucking geoffrey rush city. Yeah remind everybody that. I assume oscar award winner at geoffrey rush also in this. I don't know if he has an academy award or not. It doesn't matter so we don't get invisible boys backstory. All we get is all his life us ignored and this one bit the first scene. We see at his parents house because he's a teenager and he's a door tells dead going to my room with three strange men funny line and his dad doesn't respond a quite lonely kid who discovered that he has the power to be invisible as long as no one else is around so i actually like a lot of what they did with that in the original movie i saw. I want to keep a lot of that source that source origin story. So my my reboot is more of a like a blade runner. Two thousand forty nine. We're going to. We're going to see what happens when invisible boy is a thirty-seven-year-old invisible man by that. I mean we're gonna reboot this franchise. Mystery men twenty years later. So here's the pro. Here's the premise. After saving champion city by throwing casanova frankenstein into the saco later. Those things happen the sorry. No hold on saito. Here's what i said. Okay they they they may have this again like nobody asked us to be in like fucking neo tokyo and they made up all these like insane like fake or you. The words and like basically like reort orchestrated jeffrey russia's molecules in a whole thing. Sure sure. I'm imagining a pan over a room full of like lava lamps and the the ball that has like the electrical current. Coming out of it. You're gonna watch the movie. You can tell you what i'm doing. So after after saving the day the mystery men were on top but success quickly went to their heads. They were not ready to be a professional superhero team and only took about three years for the team to start falling apart. We find mister furious. Tried to create his own solo. Brandon failed miserably shovel. Retired live out in the woods with his wife and kids. Tony stark style. The spleen was diagnosed with stage. Four colon cancer died shortly thereafter. I mean look. It doesn't not everybody can get the good ending. I mean i asked for gritty so the buller was last seen fighting a wave of wave of mob cronies but mysteriously disappeared. and the blue raja. Who me remind you is doing a very bad british accent. Pretending to be an indian stereotype. Couldn't deal with the weight of accidentally milton great career and also couldn't deal with the fact that his entire superhero persona was incredibly problematic and incredibly offensive to the entire people of india and then of course check himself mental health facility. So we're left with our friend invisible boy invisible boy. Meanwhile without a team to support him just quickly slipped back into the civilian lifestyle. He picked up a job at a call center. He quickly moved up the corporate ladder to middle management at a regional distribution facility. And despite the fact he's been with the company for thirteen years now. No one really knows his last name and as of as of the movies setting. It's now the twenty year anniversary of the mystery. Men's battle with casanova frankenstein. Invisible boy finds himself all alone yet again. And that's when we find out that apocalyptic oh who was supposed to be serving a fifteen year sentence as not referencing. The first movie is revealed to successfully appealed a sentence and just been released. Champion city has been without superheroes for so long that the hobby is long past the fad. People are in. You know harry potter shit now. So it's as they so it's up it's up to invisible boy to bring the mystery men out of retirement and save the city wants more. Okay so. I know that you just said a lot of things that being said. I have been looking at the cast list of mystery. Med names on here. That we haven't talked about yet please. Knowledge don't don't do the one that i think you're going to do because that's i gotta. That's my big. That's my big third actor reveal. So don't do it. So so you're saying that. I'm looking at like four. Name's abby we're going to talk about the waffler later okay. I won't bring up the waffler then but so other people in this movie highschool musicals corbin bleu ricky rat men. Who if you're fan of mtv's head bangers ball you might. I know that around. I know ceelo green makes an appearance. Shy this is. This is like the mickey mouse club for actors in nineteen ninety nine. This is a very important movie to six degrees from kevin bacon. Wait i'm not done ceelo. Green is credited as rapper number two however also mark mothers baugh from devaux. yes yeah composing. Doug jones He's in the movie. Our in the movie i know he. He did a lot of the music yelling in this movie. Motherfucking michael bay is in this movie. Frat boy one. Oh shit that is. Michael michael bay. That's michael bay one. There's there's a. There's a team of frat boys so the whole deal is cazenove. Frankenstein played by geoffrey. Rush gets a bunch of like you know in cronies together and he gets like the different teams and they'll have different specific themes my favorite disco boys who are led by eddie absurd and super just steamed disco themed tension and like and someone will say like isn't disco dead as he eddy. Izard will like eddie as it gets all upset about it. It's fucking rule. Plays tony pompadour. Last few people that i feel like i need to bring up in this. Are tom waits songwriter. Tom an orgy lang lang this. Yeah this was this list before already. Lang was replaced by bobby moynihan as the funny fat white man. Yes wow this. Cast is incredible. How there's one other stunned cast. And i need to thinks west studi from dances with wolves. Yeah he was in so that was. That's another lake incredibly. Yeah that west duties is so he he is. He is one of the the more notorious more commonly used actors that are playing to portray native american and so his character sinks is like the wise old trainer which is also like pretty problematic. Mind again. it's it. It doesn't feel that bad because it's like it knows what it is. It's kind of movies so it's one of the case the movie so kinda dumb that like to be mad at it is just a waste of emotion almost like to be mad at its mission point. Yeah i mean it's got the it's it's not even that dumb. It's actually very smart movie. It's smart like what on american summer is smart. Like it's it's a smart martin ended a smart in. How exactly Anyway i digress. So we are going to talk about one more stunt cast later on in the episode. This movie in one thousand nine hundred nine is what that stupid. Valentine's day movie wasn't twenty ten. If you ever saw the cover had everybody in aetna every famous person from two thousand and ten. And i'm pretty sure that movie had to be bad infielders on valentine's day when the obviously because everybody was gonna deep when that movie that was like yeah. We like wasn't taylor swift in that movie. Oh yeah taylor. Three more taylor's jonathan look. We could probably move anyway. That's not important matt please. What the same question as i gave andrew. What's the source origin story for. You hero in. What are you changing about it. In this reboot all right cool. Yes so warren. Peace as i said earlier. I can't get used to that. Keep going easily the most interesting backstory in the whole goddamn movie so warren piece is the son of an unnamed superhero and of evil super villain named barron battle who is currently serving four life sentences in prison so they tell us literally. It is a pan across the cafeteria and somebody goes. Who's that and somebody else goes. That's warren piece. His mom is a superhero in his dad is barren battling. He's serving life sentences. they never ask. They spent more time on that. Oh never mind. That's incredible that's so good to put this in perspective. This came out in two thousand six. This this were piece. Looks like they could slot right into my chemical romance like. Oh the big the big mo spike Some some eyeliner on like it's it's the the edge lord character the two thousand six edward character of edge lords. It's yeah. Warren piece was my favorite character because he was feeling all the feelings. I was in sure. Yeah looked like my emotions identified with that But yeah like somebody in. The writer's room came up with the name warren piece backwards from their car. Check that box exactly so the peace great name on its own even better when the back story is like love child of good and evil. That's great but we don't get any more. They're so what we're gonna do is. We're going to expand on that story. This motherfucker needs an origin story. And for once it's not gonna be joker killed your parents in the alley counted these two people. Jesus what allowed them to put aside their differences long enough to procreate why is bearing battles serving four life sentences more in a greedy cannon. Bending solo film told through warren pieces. Em dr sessions with his therapist is us trying to work through childhood. Yeah okay so it's just back in the winter soldier much in the winter soldier but only the first few episodes of falcon in the winter soldier. That wind got through with bad pacing. God yes. i'm glad that you made the reference. About like bruce wayne's parents dying because that's the first thing i thought is that i've seen martha wayne shot in an alley too many times in this. This gave me the entire guys back story in two nameless characters having three sentences exchange yeah right and so like i do think there's a really cool back story here of like this kid who was born. I don't remember the movie. But there was a movie about two spies who had to hunt each other but also mrs smack kid sister and not spiking shark boy in lava girl was mr and mrs smith and this is like that same story right. Where you've got you've got like good mom you've got bad dad and they like delinked spawned and now you've got this kid trying to navigate life with good mom and dad dad which is one hundred percent of story line for one of the characters in my here. Yeah it's my euro academia. I literally the first the very first lake at the bottom of the wikipedia page in the see also section is my hero academia tracks. Yeah i lay know. Sky-high dot phantom dot com still has active users. There are still people actively editing seventeen days ago which is really well. I know i know. The hunger games really revitalize the popularity of sky because of josh hutcherson subsistence in both fair but was in daniel pana baker. In that she's in the deadly. She's in lows. Yeah the fish. I don't think josh attrition was in sky. isn't he the lead. Who's the lead. No no what's that other guy who looks kind of like okay. Jake jake sandvik lash. Is that the lead. No hold on will stronghold we'll stronghold is the name of the character. Michael anna garon. Oh oh that that helps. Yeah it doesn't. I know he hasn't done much else. Oh he was in almost famous he was. He was the main character and almost famous. I guess he was. The he was the age down version he was in lords of dog. Town yeah okay. I thought that was josh hutcherson until like from two thousand six until today. I thought that was josh hutch listeners. Of the podcast. We will at some point just record a sidebar labeled the two thousands where we'll just do this for forty minutes or you listening to the imdb for two hours. Kyle kyle same question as i asked the other two all right so todd. We are in a really good spot with captain hammer because his his origin is relatively unknown. Since since the the the web series he was introduced in is actually dr horrible origin. Story we get to more or less makeup. Captain hammers origin. Whole cloth with that. Here's what i propose for. Captain hammers origin story. Henry hammer had your typical white male small town upbringing working at his parents hardware and hobby shop after school. Or at least when he wasn't busy being the captain of his high school football team yes white males small town. Usa go on even though. User stereotypical jock. He was best friends with an inventive. Nerd named billy batman. That'll change her henry. When billy was tinkering around with a new invention in the storeroom of hammer hardware and burn the family business down. Killing henry's mom said gritty so even though wealthy relative justin hammer. That's how we get our tie into the you help. Keep the family business afloat. Henry's dad never never emotionally recovered forcing henry to quit the football team right before playoffs telling us teammates. A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do. The team barely makes it through playoffs and is gearing up for the championship. Game when when billy returns trying to make amends for his mishap with the new invention with a different invention a robotic assistant. That will help pie around the shop. So henry can go back to the football team and lead them to victory ecstatic. Henry runs to make the championship game in time he plays. It's great. we get a big friday night lights. Ask victory. He runs home to tell to tell pa. Hammer the great news to find more tragedy. The robo assistant accidentally knocked over a shelf killing pie hammer. Oh henry then vows to stop accidents like the ones that have killed his family from ever happening again and not allowing mad scientists inventions to claim any more lives keeping watch over as small town henry henry. Dawn's cargo pants and rubber gloves to become the town. Protector captain hammer which is really funny. Knowing the quote the hammer is my penis. Okay so not to bring up tim allen again. Somebody needs to bring that freeze that clip and use that for the next opening plea. Oh yeah that's also. The cold open mic on brand captain ever is pretty much tim. The toolman tailor right. He's he's a little less republican they and maybe less. Republican and more libertarian. Different captain hammer would yell at someone to pull themselves up by their bootstraps. Probably really loves micro. Yeah yeah so. Captain hammers origin story. Home all right okay. So these years you've given me there obviously the most important member of the team. Now you know with the avengers including a god like four who carries an actual amer anyway. What is the major story. Arc that we're going to get to see unfold that gets to be led by your hero now that they are official card carrying member of the avengers lineup So per my last response talking about the mystery men twenty years later. It's it's now time for invisible boy to take up the mantle that shovel or once did and build this new team from the ground up now. I talked a little bit earlier about one of the more critical things. Invisible boy brought to the first team was his skills in networking which he literally says. And that's That's going to come back full force here so there's a there's a scene in the movie where probably one of the best of the movie honestly where the heroes are holding superhero tryouts. This is where a lot of this stunt casts very similar vibe to deadpool. Two and Deadpool bringing in when he brought in matt damon brad pitt. Brad pitt was the was the one now. Assuming matt damon matt damon was rag nra. The you're right you're right you're right. So they're holding these superhero tryouts at shovellers actual house. Because he has a pool and quote. That crowd is definitely into mooching Throwaway line so among the goofball weirdos that appear is a young eccentric ban calling himself the waffler and he's played by none other than dame cook. I didn't click this link until maybe five minutes ago. And i don't know what to feel it's deemed cook. Baby it's dane cook circuit nineteen ninety nine. Just cook things. I i didn't. I was unaware dane. Cook existed before. Two thousand and six six frosted tips big belts and all his his comedy. Central special first comedy central special was two thousand and one. I was just okay literally. Just pulling up like winded. What was danko. Do wigan nine hundred ninety nine miss being a struggling actor in la like everyone else. Yeah doing doing sets a comedy clubs. I mean you don't just start doing a comedy central special you you move up the circuit. So yeah so you had a bit part in in mystery. Men into nineteen ninety nine comedy action movie superstar super mega buster mystery met yes mirror. He repr- by looking at imdb again. Later that year he reprised his role as the waffler in the music. Video for smash. Mouth's all starts. That's the other thing that i wanted to come that this movie brought to america. It already brought. You already brought team cook it already. Bronx geoffrey rush calling himself casting over frankenstein but this movie was the premiere of smashed smells. Also it was the official. Like i'll start was the official song of mystery man and he played three times in the mood once during a training montage and then again at the end credits and i'm pretty sure it was like the feature and they did the music video so they did the thai thing detail outta those movies did at the time was tied it back because this was the the official song mystery. This movie is has to be the most like pre-nine eleven thing ever made a linchpin of america andrew. I have a question for you. I have multiple questions talking about dane. Cook yet one clarification who would guess mystery men dot phantom dot com also inactive wicky somewhat entity so someone will someone edited the waffler information within the last forty eight hours. Was that you. it wasn't me but let's talk about the waffler. So okay you talk about his abilities in an equipment and paraphernalia lawful iron so so going back to the fake future sequel. So this is. This is the real hook of our story. Invisible boy is on the expertise of the waffler aka. Dane cook now. The twist is that. This isn't dane. Cook struggling actor playing a bit part in a summer action comedy. No we find out that the roth the waffler is dane. Cook in this universe. What's more what d- what does that see. This is just in the world and the universe of mystery men. The waffler is dane. Cook like not played by dane cook. It's dane cook in cokes. Alter-ego is so let me real life. Dane cook is is the waffler. Okay reason that we haven't seen dane cook and so long is not because he was a one trick pony that grew out of style in the late in the late rather the identity of dane cook was only meant to be a cover for his vigilantism but he got so famous so quickly that he was no longer able to balance his cover life with a superhero life so he spiderman two for a while and gave up waffling but realized people needed him and he had a responsibility so he picked up the waffle iron fulltime and he retired from comedy and that is why dane cook no longer is in the comedy circuit circuit. Because he's a superhero. I assumed he was canceled. I just like. I don't know what he would have done. But i just assumed duck where where he's gone. I think he had a breakdown just from being to famous and well he's he's making waffles is awfully. You're right that's my answer. It's all right all right. So we have killed mitchell as the waffler who kill mitchell's playing. Hal nelson an the waffler kill. Mitchell was playing the part of invisible man like the actor. He's a man now through. Haven't you know it's a it's a symbol it's important. It's a friend cal. Mitchell is playing the part of invisible man. Dane cook is the waffler. that's correct. Okay matt yeah so that was weird right anyway. All good anti heroes learn the world needs a little evil to show us what good really is and so here. We are going to go on this epic arc of warren peace trying to figure out what side of the line. He's really on 'cause you know you get that whole arcade sky high whereas like is a good guy and emo kids can have friends to and that's two thousand six. Maybe so we need a real art of war and peace trying to navigate adulthood. Figure out if he wants to lean into his father's villainy or lean into his mother's super heroism. But what if those roles were reversed and in this new ark warren peace will have to fight the for profit industrial government prison project to free his father from prison and take down his former hero mother who has broken bad and his playing judge jury and executioner in the city streets. She's decided power breeds evil. Warren has learned that evil breeds. Good who will win in this epic. Moral quandary the sounds like commentary for something. I can't quite put my finger on it. i was gonna say it. Sounds like the tagline alien versus predator. The thing though is like you keep your you. Keep your metaphors vague enough. That people can map them onto whatever they want. That's how you get the big audience the wide net Leave it up for interpretation seeing. It'll it'll keep the people guessing his dad's last name battle which leads you to believe. His mom's last name is peace because he his last name is peace but then if she's the bad guy yeah at sets the m night shyamalan. You're at else sells tickets. Inputs butts in seats is putting nathan fillion in the mc you which is what. I'm important question while it's not good question what what now cancelled comedian. Who is successful in the two thousand casting. Because that's that's really going to matter to get those butts in the seats. Do i have to do that. What if i didn't do i mean according to hollywood you do. You just said. I could not do that. I can only think of daniel tosh. I mean we could make rosie. O'donnell mom dad. We redeeming actor for the dad. Dad's gonna be the good always the good guy okay. The dad's got gotta be like somebody who we all thought was bad but actually turned out to be good. That was everybody said something at the same time. And i'm sure all your answers were good. But i didn't hear any of them can his dad be all of nickelback chad. Kroeger check plays the. I don't think that horse this card man. That's not going to do it for you. Is that what you want. Anyone wants the andrew bad. I wouldn't it kyle. So todd we all know from the musical documentary. Dr horrible the titular character captain hammers arch-foe kills the love of his life. The first joy captain hammer has experienced since his parents death at the careless hands of his friend at the time high school graduate horrible he becomes head of the becomes head of the evil league of will so i propose are decade-long arc builds up to reveal that every squabble and scrape the vendors have been facing has been at the behest of the evil of evil and dr horrible forcing our hero to confront his parents killer once. And for all what i. It's so what cancel popular thousands versatile. You putting your movie kyle. Sweden just sweden tell the tale again. Excellent got it sure well done. I really thought you're gonna hit us with the michael richards. Sweden's away better answer. Oh shit this is so stupid and fun all right. So we've got a super seeker bonus question before we take a break. So i'll give you that. So obviously this avengers movie that you have now placed your character at the forefront of is going to sell a jillion dollars tickets. That's just a jillian and so it's likely then going to inspire the next three phases of the so. What i need you to do is described to me what the post credit stinger is. That is going to immediately trend on twitter and said the internet ablaze follows. The story that your character is set and we will get that answer after the break. We've also got a ding dang. Patriae on where you can get yourself some. Ding dang perks like access to our ding. Dang discord regular ding dang bonus content weekly ding. Dang live recordings of our second. Show the police's loose and even the opportunity to commission your own. Ding dang flavored tax. You can join up for as low as two ding bang dollars so make sure to tell your ding dang friends i. We're back so we have the prompt here. So obviously this vendors movie that you're the headline is gonna just sell. It's gonna make more money than jesus. And so i need to know what is going to be the post credit stinger. That comes up at the conclusion of this movie. That's going to keep wanting more so go ahead andrew. Yeah well nichols invisible. Boy and dane cook aka. The waffler have had their hero's journey. We see a real a real meaty character arc through the waffler. He's had some highs. You said some lows. He's learned a lot of life lessons but in the end they come up on top and we see the at the post stinger. What did i call. What was his name apocalyptic. Apocalyptic survives the final fight or whatever and is is talking to he. He makes a phone call him. You see him. he's just saying. I was unsuccessful. Blah blah like. What do i need to do. And then on the other we. We see cut to a man in a bathtub wearing a yellow rain jacket and a very big yellow hat. And he's speaking in french and he says oh it's pure cargo talks in and all that here s cargo. If you'd have told me that the only way to get keenan thompson into the marvel cinematic universe is via cal. mitchell would not have believed. I thought i was going to be seeing today. But here we are so andrew you could've gone with the more obvious repairman that's just i. That's the stuck up. That's what sticks in my head is since we're doing this bit. I would have rather had bagging sagging berry. Okay well we can do all that bits later. All right matt. What's what's that stinger. Look like yes so you know end of movie. Whatever warren piece back at his apart mash getting ready to do whatever he does tomorrow. I hate it every time. You say a little more every time we all you lost track of that joke. We're gonna start again anyway. So he's getting ready to do whatever he does tomorrow. And we pan across the apartment to his table and on his table is his cell phone and then his cell phone lights up and we see a tender alert. Warren peace has a new match on tinder and we see his phone light up and whose faces there but mary. Elizabeth winstead lisbeth winstead. Who if you haven't seen sky high. This means nothing to you. But she plays gwendolyn gwen grayson in sky-high. She's the big bad turns out. She was actually patrick. Warburton the whole time vermont. Ours was patrick corporate and the whole time. That's going to quit to a slight twist as we see her face on the tinder alert on. The front of the phone will hear patrick. Warburtons laugh in the background. Because i kid you not in two thousand five movies sky. High patrick warburton voiced the character body acted by marriage. It's real good. That's all i got. Yeah i was for question. One arica stinger all right. So so our our captain hammer movie and captain hammer believes he's says saved the day or at least so he believes because the credits roll and And wrap up and and after the credits. We hear in the digitally mod modified voice over the phone. The plan worked. They think they think they succeeded. We will now proceed to face to and we. We are panning around a very evil looking lehrer and we pan to turn a high backed turn turned around chair and a voice says good. Let's proceed then. The phone hangs up and a very maniacal evil laugh resonates throughout the room and the chair turns around to reveal. Neil patrick harris in goggles and our blood red lab coat and we cut to black with dr horrible will appear again i i. I think i enjoyed that but tinder alert with ward burton voice. Whatever whatever it'd be funny every a lot. Funnier you if you saw the movie that that's fair all right so i need to. I need to quickly. Google all the references that you gave me over the last Duration of this podcast. So while i do that. I'm go ahead Real quick throw some closing statements at me and then following that. We're going to need your good vibes. My closing statement is thus kill mitchell ending. Cook find fight. Evil at the power smash mouth's all-star or should i say smashmouth. Listen for almost a hundred years. We've been dealing with really good superhero names like clark kent. Peter parker billy batson. Let's add another great name to that list. Warren peace ever created for five disney movie starring. The girl from flash todd you heard pitches on three different heroes from the the early to mid two thousand today but only one of them is played by nathan fillion. All right well now. I'm going to start googling all the references you've made today while i do. Why don't you all go around the table and give you some good vibes. Schick was this is going to be much more fun for us than it will be a listenable episode for our listeners. So if you've made it this far we apologize. And thanks for the for stickle. The right you've made it this far. You've definitely seen one of these three feature fields. Recently i mean the good thing right is they have seen one long one one. You can follow the thread. That's only fair Speaking of a movie. I've never seen don't plan to sky sounds fun. Actually i take that back. I might actually watch if you go watch ministry man. I'll go and watch sky high. We'll do that. Warren pieces very good objectively. I don't know yeah. It's good so the character in my here academia. His thing is his. Dad has firepower than his mom ice powers so like one half of his body is ice and the other half. His body is fire news like berry crunch from belfort. He's also like the resident loves him. Good good pool. Good pool in the sky high. It sounds that arc sounds really interesting and if that were actually like a movie. That wasn't like a. You know a a disney movie for kids. I bet that could be a really interesting. Compelling character. Eric thanks thing mint berry crunch also also released before my hero academia kyle is indefinite is definitely my peanuts. Captain hammer was the best pool argue and arguably a doctor or will sing long. Blog is very good. I one of the few things that i watched on repeat just like several times probably watched it three times in the same day i thought was. It was so ingenious. When it came out. And i had never seen anything with nathan billion before because i never watched firefly and i was immediately smitten. Just up and down. Let's put nathan villain in the do it cowards. Yeah man this episode was a great time. It was a great time because we all spent this week being like. Oh my god. Do you remember this movie. And i remembered a lot of those movies. But i hadn't seen mystery men. I will have seen mystery man by the time cited for that a great poll. I mean anything that brings keenan and cal back into the anti on of existences top tier so very good also just the concept of i can only be invisible z. Got morgan hilarious is really really good writing. Yeah yeah That was awesome really enjoyed it. Kyle dr horrible single on blog. Amazing pool just amazing for years. I thought the doctor demento radio show and dr horrible single blog or the same thing. When i discovered they weren't signal a blog lot soom. Yeah great love. Love captain hammer never would have thought of it excellent pool the hammer is also might be andrew. Very amazing like pull for mystery. Men like wouldn't have been an a complete episode on like early thousands superheroes without a mystery. Men poll invisible boy is an inspired choice from the cast. Full of inspired choices. So good good. Call just amazing matt. I know we all expected you to zoom. But you pull the better version of that movie and did sky-high instead and for that we thank you. I watched sky high a lot when i think it was like the last movie. We ever rented from blockbuster and we watch should a lot that weekend before we had to take it back. And i don't know if i said this on the recording before but i'm you can't convince me that this isn't what convinced disney to buy marvel and continue the mc you forever and ever and ever so very good job thank you yeah Just real briefly. Because i want to put it out. There sky. High was supposed to have a sequel. It was gonna be called high. Save you like you. As in university of it it's worse. I know it's worse. But they cancelled it and they said that they cancelled it. Because sky high didn't take off enough but sky high tripled. Its budget at the box office. And so i fully agree with you. In firmly believe that they cancelled the sky. High reboot because they bought marvel win. The sky high reboot was supposed to. They bought marvel two years later. And i'm sure like sky high too was about to start development and they were like we own iron man. Now we're not making too and it's and the world is worse for so yes absolutely so we have taken all of your heroes and their castings and done some lineups. Put them side by side with the with the team at least team. We think we're going to have by the time we get to vendors twelve because that's what we're casting for right now i'm of vendors twelve. We've run out of ideas. And so i want to let you know who's not going to be there. Is it dinka. Is he going to be they. Andrew we're not letting cook traffic. Now i heard you did some lineups interest you in some lines with no we he. He came in and he started talking really hot and heavy pickles in sweden sour sauce and he really decided to do this whole bit. And it really tanked. The whole thing is not dane cook. It will never be dane cook. You really dropped me. Like a nut deemed. Cook the one out here editing. The mystery man. I'm from the guess right. The last two last. You're a little bit tougher. And so gotta tell you it's not gonna be you met. We're not. We're not doing warren peace or not. We're not taking him We like it or not gonna take him. And here's why we are going to take We are going to take captain hammer. So fun fact. Nathan filling is in the marvel cinematic universe twice already he. He voiced a character in gardens the galaxy and on a movie poster in iron man three so check the record nerds anyway. He is not the get out of what you've given us today. Though he is part of it the real get here is the in avengers twelve. We run out of ideas. We're gonna get we're going to get the villain bad horse and we're very so we are going to be taking captain hammer and we're thrilled for that. We will quickly pitching him. For bad horse We are thrilled to see what bad horse brings to the big screen. You won't be disappointed. I hear i hear bad. Horses acting chops of only improved since since his last appearance. The crime here though is that we didn't get anything any follow up on mystery. Men but we did get a grownups. Too and i'm. I'm bummed that they thickened grownups but never followed up on mr ben. Unfortunately ben stiller. Money isn't the same as adam sandler money. That's true very true. True words you've never been spoken so with that we want to say. Thanks for listening to the debate. This you can follow along with the arguments on twitter. Facebook and instagram at debate this cast or on our website. This cast dot com. Hey do you want more debate this content. But you just can't wait until tuesdays from now do you love hearing voices in goofs and crave more for your ear holes while you're in luck if you subscribe to our patriot for just five dollars. You can unlock the fourth tuesday. Plus doing so. We'll let you get dirty with us and our patriot only discord so until next time. I'm todd thomas. 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You can look at ice core samples going back hundreds of years, thousands of years I think, and you can see that the climate shifts constantly back and forth and and it's never stable right? It's constantly moving. The question is, are we as modern people using the devices we have? Are we impacting the climate so much that you know we're speeding things up that's the question it's not whether or not. You believe that climate change exists. It's such a dumb thing to assume of someone the climate doesn't change of course, the climate, change. Whether or not we actually even have an impact on it and I don't know if we do I think it's negligible. You know I mean most of the co two emissions are coming from volcanoes you know and like there's actually arguments out there that suggests that with all the co two emissions were putting out, we're making the earth greener the places that we haven't developed forest and stuff. That's not that's undeniable. There's no doubt if you increase the amount of carbon dioxide in the system that tree growth will be. An increase now the question is, is the truth catching the carbon I, tend to think not. I would consider myself a person who believes that anthropogenic climate change and I'm sure that the the person they are asking the question on D. Live. You know perhaps they didn't know the term or whatever. But what I would say is that the leftists have a messaging problem. And that's what I was talking about Greta Thornburgh and I'll and I'll go a little deeper. Time, they open their damn mouth they say something. So utterly mouth breathing Lee stupid that they didn't have to walk it back a decade. Now that's not a way to run a system. Yeah. Okay. Like if you say the polar bears are all going to be dead by twenty, twenty one and then two thousand twenty one comes at Tata here's a polar bear. Then you look like an idiot and this has been going on for a long time. All you have to do is look for what is it Earth Day quotes and you can read all the quotes that have been made all the earth days since like nineteen, seventy one, and you can see all the stuff that hasn't come true. Look I get that. It's not sexy to say that. Climate change is gonNA progressively caused more and more problems or whatever but science may very well save us. I don't care whether or not climate change is caused by humans because humans are causing the climate to become intolerable to them than humans will die off and the ecosystem we'll fix us up. That's why ecosystems do the these liberals who are all about Oh we have to stop climate change your literally a conservative at this point trying to maintain this world exactly how it is instead of allowing it to continue throat, thriving, evolving, and changing you're like, oh, the great reefs of floor of Australia are going. To die okay, that's fine. But two hundred years from now there's probably going to be a great report Florida who knows things are constantly changing don't be so attached to this exact moment in time for how things exactly are figure going to make these sweeping great changes to it. Just a conserve what is maybe we will wipe out massive amounts of forest. Maybe we'll. We'll call a huge number of desserts and in. So doing other things will change to adapt to that and life will go on humans aren't fit to continue existing because they destroyed the climate that they need in order to survive. Let us die. So I wouldn't take quite the the the hard line that you're taking their but I will say this mother Earth will adapt I'm not worried about her either What I would say is that a scientists need to get better at their messaging And if they're going to fail to do that and they're gonNA continue to allow bombastic lunatics to do their messaging for them, they will continue to reap the consequences. And I have to agree Al Gore how many like you said how many times have the world ben predicted to end right? It should've, yeah. BITCOIN is dead and climate change is GonNa kill us by two thousand, fourteen I need to go check out right I need to go check out a an inconvenient truth again to see what has been predicted in what has it's been a while been a long time so we could. Sit back and chuckle about these things. But you know it's I. I would say that it's a good idea for people to look into renewable resources, nuclear power of these thorium salt reactors, the meltdown proof salt reactors. There's so much that can be done here. But at this point, the the leftists are picking solar and wind as their winners, the the. Coal, because we need the votes you know and nobody's really got the right ideas. The. quakers were are out protesting it nuclear power plants A. Damn thing about nuclear power and they don't belong out there giving their opinion. But this is the problem in a democracy. Every budget gets one vote and and they often don't have any knowledge about the people that are voting for or the issues that they're voting on well in the system and it just keeps getting worse Obama was the most opaque administration up to his point and now the trump administration's more opaque. Than the Obama Administration and it's going to get likely to be worse and worse as time goes by the you know when you when you have these systems, how if if Hillary Clinton is calling everything top secret, how can I a voter? Remember we the people the whole concept that we are the government remember when they told you that dumb crap in school how can you be the government and not know the facts? Yeah. I mean, if the king imagine for a second the Kings, the kings courtiers are all telling him bullcrap all the time. He never has the truth. Well, how can his edicts possibly be of any use? That's nonsense you. We are not the government. No of course demonstrably is not so at this and our representatives don't actually represent anything but themselves, right right. At this point we're we're stuck in stuck in the dark being fed BS and growing mushrooms it should bother people that during the debate I said this earlier nuclear energy wasn't brought up right where all the environment environmentalists that care about nuclear energy and want to see it happen. That's that's almost that's as close to zero carbon emissions as you can get one too. It's a lot safer in two thousand, twenty than it was in the eighties during. And in Fukushima, in, Japan, you know like there's ways to do it that are so much more efficient now so much safer and if you want if you WanNa talk about energy independence, that's how you do it and that's something that both the left and the right can get behind. But for some reason, our politicians don't want to talk about it at all from the left or the right and that just blows my mind well, the politics show themselves. In the feet there because they did they went hardcore against nuclear energy because of environmental concerns and they can't reverse that for environmental concerns because I've already made their position clear, it wouldn't be the first time someone eighty their position though. So thorium salt reactors also called meltdown proof salt reactors and I think that that's that's a nice word that makes people feel a lot better. The reasons of the basically the too good arguments against nuclear power is Is that the music that I hear it is I'll hit it here in the second. All right. What do you think about nuclear energy is the solution eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three, that's eight, five, five, four, fifty, free as in. 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We hope you continue listening in amplifying the show. Well. Let's go to the phones. We've got ricky or excuse me Rick Calling from Tennessee Rick you're on free talk live. Well there how you doing? Hey, I'm great. How are you? I'm sorry. What's on your mind? I HEARD Nuclear power can you know maybe Falutin climate change I don't think nuclear has anything to do with it but there's a lot of there's a lot of spent fuel rods that we have to deal with basically pollution that that. Stilling dealt with but the climate change thing that you was on I mean a lot of it has to do with how we manage things. I mean, it's like California's on fire all it's climate change and it's not they quit handling forest. Forestry management in a proper way years ago, and so now they've got an epidemic of Fires Yup if you leave all kinds of did word laying around what happens when a spark comes along you know I mean that's just stupid right? That's a I I would agree with you one hundred percent forest management is a responsibility, and if you think that you're doing the environment favor by not managing forests, you don't know anything about forests the idea that people that city folks believe that somehow they know best. How to manage forests because they spent three seconds thinking about whether or not a tree should be cut down the the it's absolutely ridiculous and don't forget They're blaming the hurricanes on climate change but just a few years ago there were no hurricanes for like ten years. There were no really sort of big hurricanes. Nobody was talking about there aren't any hurricanes because of climate change I mean at this point, everything that happens is the result of climate, change Donald Trump and whatever it just keeps on keeps rolling. And that's exactly. But let me tell you one thing that we do need to worry about. Okay here in the next. Few days week or whatever. There is actually an asteroid that the earth is GonNa capture and we're going to have an extra moon for a little while it's like the size of a semi truck or something or other, and they say that it will eventually break out of orbit or. Follow the earth and you know it will go ahead and come on in. But we city. A semi truck. Yeah, that's nothing to be concerned about it. It wouldn't survive the atmosphere. would. It would burn up. Yeah. One question is one in two, thousand and twenty nine that's name deposits. Did he the earth catches that thing we're done for. So. You know we need to look at this. We need to look at the whole big picture and a lot of this climate change is focused in political fashion. Okay. To raise dollars because the had his corporation all set up so he could do carbon credits if he got elected president guess what that didn't happen and he didn't make any great big money off of it. And that a lot of this has to do with cash dollars and moves gonNA make the profit out of all this climate change via all the money. All the money and one what I'm saying though is if you want something that really you should embrace as young people, it would be science and space because one of these days one of those asteroids is actually going to be because this is bigger than the one that killed the dinosaurs. So. Just think about that one. Kid's we're. All right. Thank you so much for the call Rick. You're not wrong and this is also why I don't care about climate change. I'm looking at the big picture here of humans expanding out there colonizing the universe. If we don't survive to that point because we killed ourselves on earth that is ipso facto proof that we did not survive evolutions tests and we were not fit to exist is that the? Firm No, it's a level one society or something like that stages. Yeah. Statewide the name escapes me to people like what what can we do about climate change? I don't care whatever humans has a whole do about climate change is going to determine whether or not humans survive. If they don't survive, they felt evolutions tests and they deserved it. If they do survive wonderful I would prefer for humans to survive. But that's up to humans. that. We should be worried about the these asteroids coming in heading earth is kind of trivial to because it's like, what are we going to do? Anyway you WANNA take nine of the world's best drillers. Astronauts and six months and Ben Stiller Ben Stiller Ben Affleck be there. It'll be great. No, I mean maybe Elon. Musk. My handle that for us that'd be great. There are people that are probably thinking about that I'm hoping that there's money going towards it. If that's anything to take away from this is that people should be upset that they're not allowed to manage their own tax dollars right? Like we should have more money go into space. Exploration aren't we explains. Why is it every bit of human energy being spent exploring and colonizing space? Now we know what's out there. It's waiting on us what the hell are we doing bickering here on Earth where in for Elon Musk to make us better batteries as the honest answer to that question I think screw your climate change five me a better planet they're out there put money into that. Yeah. Yep. Well, there are a long ways away. They were too busy dropping bombs on one another kneeling on people's next in the streets to actually focus on the things that matter people earth will die. Earth will be destroyed. Are we ever going to stop bickering long enough to get of this rock right? We need to think about earth like a liferaft right limited resources limited space pretty vulnerable like we need to get to the point where you know we can touch another position and say all right now we've got a space over there that we can get to. If we need to you need to hedge your bets I'm with you on one hundred percent. Yeah. Right now, all of the eggs are in the Earth Baskin I. I realize it's still a huge technological gap from. Where we are to where we need to be, but we're not taking any steps toward getting where we need to be. We haven't actually done any actual space exploration with the human being I'm not sure sixties that far off if if if what we really wanted to do was do some space exploration. So there's this concept called a slow train right and rather than the idea of superlight travel to get us from here to you know Alpha Centauri or whatever. The next place that has an ex exoplanets live habitable EXO planet in it is. Whatever the case may be the ideas is that you would create essentially a small world upon which a people would would travel live and die as the human species traveled from one location to the next, and then you know you'd have this this this generation that was ready. You know they were trained the whole time you're gonna be doing this whatever this is once you get to this new planet to help you know the colonization and that sort of thing. So we could do that pretty much now. It'd be interesting to see what kind of societies would spring up on these. I think from an economic perspective I heard something about this and the amount of resources it would take to build. That thing would would would wipe us all out in the given circumstances and another thing I do want to shift to is like you were saying Aria like we should be putting our money towards this well, one thing that we did. Do Right is we privatized space travel right so now we see Elon Musk guys like him that are doing amazing things with rockets setting this up for this you know and the government does subsidize him a lot. So it's happening but like I agree it needs to be happening at a bigger level like we need to get kids excited about space exploration with we need to start thinking about this on a larger cultural level. I agree entirely the moment we realized that there were other planets out there many of which have water many of which are habitable. That is the moment we should have dropped everything and focused all of our energy on that. We're such a small minded narrow, stupid little species to be sitting here arguing about taxes and nonsense like that when there is a satire freaking universe out there and we're just so convinced of our own. Significance that we think that this crap going on here on earth matters and there's this great big universe out there. That's just laughing at US mocking guessing throwing asteroids at us because we're too stupid to get our crap together. But this is my favorite planet. 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We're talking about the the government's attempts at doing something about space to some degree, and that's the Space Forces Force evidently didn't even use nautical rankings for its members so. If. This crap continues you're going to have the general of a starship and not a captain and that hurts me in so many ways. This makes me so angry. I don't know about angry honor those the best shot at a wheelchair. It makes me very disappointed because star Trek. Got It. Right? It's highly illogical. Indeed. Let's go to the phones. We've got Perry calling from California Listening on K. T. O. X. Perry, you're on free talk. Live. Thank you very much. What's on your mind what what what I wanted to stay a moment ago they were staying for we are the government American people or the government and they're they're just representative. Analogy. I was suggesting that that was the mythology that we were taught in school. Yes. Yeah. Well, actually, you're absolutely hundred percent. Correct. The American people are supposed to be the government. You're absolutely one hundred percent. However, over the years. The problem is the government has gotten bigger and bigger and bigger and making more and more laws, and it's totally taking away our liberties. And The problem is, for example, both political parties are corrupt. I don't care if it's a Democrat or Republican Yep, they're both up however the Democrats. Now what the largest government we've ever had in the history of the United States they want the most spending and taxing actually actually if the American people stopping use commonsense then common sometimes. They they would figure it out that all of these. Programs and bureaucracies they gonNA create. To give us everything free you know like call it and and. The. Drugs. Prescription drug health cab. Yeah And it goes on and on for the whole world by the way you're GonNa say illegal you get everything free well, the thing is that's why they don't want you have an idea when you vote the Democrats because they know that a lot of the people that are from other countries that are not legal they'll. They'll vote they did in California when Governor Brown gave them like I agree with him on that I don't care if they're here legally or illegally. If there's going to stay apparatus in place that rules over them, they should be able to exercise some level of control over that political apparatus. I would take the opposite of that and I would say that look you're never have freedom from borders if you if you allow people control people from outside to control an internal apparatus. And humans believe in group out group and the fact is, is that voting has power at least all mass and I don't want anything to do with a system where you can just wonder on in and the only thing there. There are places in the United States where the only thing they do. That's productive. is to vote they vote themselves money all of the time, and it ain't pretty sure their places called the south and other Republican states in some cases. The these illegals are going to vote Democrat, because there's no such thing as an illegal. Okay what I'm just saying because they get everything pre the understand they get welfare they get food stamps to get stuff you know and I feel sorry for him to don't get me wrong. But the problem is we're twenty seventy dead or whatever it is where we can't afford it all. But if you're anyhow I did I'll just hurry up and go through what I was. GonNa tell you real quick. All the the I I'll just tell you I'm a, I'm a constitutional conservative. I'm for trump and I'm I and last night on the debates. For example, they should have you can have a conservative and and associates. That's fine because the democratic socialist they think by the way that killed over. Those ideologies killed over a hundred million people in central. Status killed a whole lot more. It's all the same, but the point I'm making the point of making his they should have they don't cut off the mic I heard some of these commentators today they were saying, cut him off and all that would have been great. Nobody wants nobody watch it because it's more interesting to listen to come free lancing. No, you may have been interesting, but it wasn't productive. The definitely wasn't but it was it was interesting to me. I watched it with the hope of seeing a real train wreck in and it just it was awful. Frankly was the worst train wreck I've ever watched. I thought it was a ninety minute commercial for the Joe Jorgenson campaign Perry. Thank you so much for the call up. Yeah. I think meeting the mics would have been the way to go but you know they didn't they. They did what they did and I expected it to be Hilarious I. I was looking forward to watching it in fact. We were listening to it during the breaks here because it was it was very funny. But once I got home last night and I sat down to eat and watch this nonsense. Five minutes in was all I could take. It was not funny. It was not entertaining. It was sad it was depressing. It was a train wreck for all of the wrong reason. Yeah. I kinda thought it was funny I was just absurd to two ridiculous degree. Our last caller just now brought up another good point. These bureaucracies that get built people don't realize that that's a form of welfare to you know the government realizes that like you know with all the regulation and all the bureaucracy they're placing on on private industries you know capitalism only works when it's uninhibited, you know, and if these companies can't grow themselves, and if new companies can't be formed, you know you're going to continue to have these ridiculous unemployment numbers were. Seeing and and a lot of the time and the Republicans are just as guilty of this too. They just do it in their own way but a lot of the time when these bureaucracies get formed, it's to create desk jobs to give people just so you can get them off of welfare you know and it's like at least they're being productive and sometimes you ask some of these people that work at a state level government like a lot of the time. Kush jobs where they just propose ideas to some supervisor and they go. That's great. Do some research on that and get back to what you find. Right. They're getting paid to do that. It's been some cases they listened to they sit in the office and they listen to. Know Each Other's playlists on their I pods and do nothing. Yeah. I mean it's and then talk about how they can't get anything done. It's amazing. Yeah I mean they don't want to get anything done. Right. We had the same issue here with the police to police weren't out there enforcing victimless crime laws than we wouldn't need any police that would be doing the same thing. They would just be sitting in their office waiting on victim crimes and America's very realize very quickly realized that, hey, we don't actually need this many police officers. This is the whole issue that Andrew Yang ran on and I'm not a proponent of universal basic income but there isn't a lot of other solutions out there to what are we going to do with automation becomes so good that almost all the jobs are being. Capable of being done by a small number of people. What are we going to? What is the common person going to do in that situation? About Star Trek and one of the case things about that is that they have literally anything they wanted just by saying they wanted it. Well, once a three printer can print a three D. Printer. Yeah. Then you will have essentially also, what is wealth right? So wealth is the ability to have the thing that you want when you want it and. I don't think we'll I personally don't think we'll ever get to the point where we need to hand out free money because I. Think there'll be free stuff in the form of Three D. printers is all you'll have to have as the raw materials which are probably significantly less costly and a lot easier to transport. So the you know the three D. Printer will print a three D. Printer for your person next door and you can give it to them and then. They, go on Three D. printing the things that they need. But the lawnmower breaks just print another lawnmower and You know put that one back in the recycling machine. Need for yeah I'm buying a three D. PRINTER I don't own one yet but like the idea of the individual owning the means of production that's the end goal that we should all be going to. We shouldn't have to rely on corporations to give us things and we shouldn't have to rely on the government to give us things we should be able to do these. Things on our own and we're heading in that direction. I, agree I like three D. Printers for that reason. I. Hope for the technology to continue evolving and expanding because right now. No, we can't three D print eight three D. Printer but we'll be able to in twenty years not if the government has its way you know I was twenty years ago waiting for those. You know the snacks that we're GONNA be so much better remember. and you know people who runs this sort of fat-list potato chip Kenneth. Going fat-list butter. It you know I don't know when it's going to happen that we have this sort of basic nutritional thing that sort of makes up all the stuff that we eat but you know maybe maybe it'll come along I mean they've already got what soil which is this meal replacement that has all the stuff that you want to have in it and It's an interesting idea. Well, let's go to the phones where we've got David from New Mexico David you're on free talk live. So. Island is it green. Well. That was my first. It's kind of Grayish Green Lia. Burkey, you just recycled concept. I gave you about a year or two ago about the Mercedes. Do you remember that one I don't but I do steal a lot of ideas. It's just my job to articulate them not to come up with. The. Ice Said we had we needed to have the mindset that that to the point where Mercedes would be free. Hey would you like them or Sadie go I've got another no no I've got enough already. 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For the week Tennessee Titans had three players and five new personnel test positive for covid nineteen, and since they played at the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday both teams has suspended all in-person club activities in a League source said that they're shutting Tennessee down until Saturday which means no titan coaches or players can be in the building and on the college side Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly believes that a long time pre game ritual is the primary source. of His team's corona virus outbreak, there are twenty five you heard me right twenty-five five notre dame players in isolation and another fourteen in quarantine because of potential exposure to the virus Kelly said that the school has been able to determine via contact tracing that a pregame meal before the season game against South Florida on September twelfth is the main cause of the outbreak. Another cause the outbreak Kelly said is possibly a Notre Dame player who threw up on the sideline during the game. The player was treated for dehydration during the game and then tested positive for coping nineteen, the following Monday I. Think this is GonNa. Happen more and more. In both college and the NFL. So we'll keep an eye on this. WE'RE GONNA be talking to Camp Perrin in just a second. This is the one hundredth anniversary of Negro League Baseball and I was very honored to be asked if I would interview the remaining Living Negro League players and it all started with camp. Perrin. You may have seen the peace on HBO's Real Sports About Cam young man who took an interest in the history of the players who played in the legs and also the history of the League itself and a couple of. Those players, we're gonNA share with you interviews. We did with them peanut Johnson one of three women to play in the Negro Leagues and the only one to pitch. He played with the Indianapolis clowns for three seasons and listen to this her career record pitching thirty three and eight, and she had batting average range from two, sixty, two to eighty four, and then the final person we'll talk with as Russell Patterson. He played for the Savannah bears also the Indianapolis clowns. So we're ready to go good to have you with us here on sports byline. At Shell, we know from the time you get up to the time you wrap up there's a lot of meet ups. EAT UPS and hurry up. So come to shell and get three things done at once fill up with shelby power NITRO plus to help keep your engine running like new save up with the fuel rewards program and never pay full price for gas again and snack up with instal rewards to save even more at the pump make the most of the stop you need to make Shell and engines that continuously you shall be financial plus premium Gessen's equal terms and conditions if you will. 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When he was just twelve makes the story even more interesting and compelling and grew in Arlington Massachusetts him. First of all what caught your attention about the Negro Leagues and the players that started you on this journey. Well I. started writing letters to former major league players when I was twelve years old in seventh grade a friend of Mine in middle school introduced me to it and I always really like hearing back from the players themselves and when I I wrote a letter to Major League player they just signed the cards and sent them back. But when I began writing too eagerly players, they'd often right two or three pages long voters back on, they tell me all about their career and they've kind of keep the conversation going and that really pulled me. When you had a chance to meet up with some of them and they found that you were young and that you were white what was the reaction that you got? Most. Of the first guys that I met at when I first attended by First Meagerly League reunion in twenty ten I'd spoken with most of the guys on the phone for years at that point. So most of them knew I was young and If they didn't know I was white. Well, they found out that in there and they everyone was a little bit surprised at first but they quickly like all the players quickly kind of took me in as part of their family. into. This let me ask you about what was the first impression you had of the Negro Leagues. It's one thing to do research on it. It's another thing when you have a chance to get involved in human real life way with the people that experienced it what was your first reaction when you learned? well, I think like everybody everyone has a general idea of WHO's Satchel pages and Jackie Robinson Josh Gibson they've heard the name some stories but they haven't really got. Gone much deeper than that. So actually hearing firsthand from many of the living legends themselves It was really crazy to kind of hear each individual person. stories of racism and. And Everything like that and it really sucked me in I. I'd never had a conversation like that with a major league player, but speaking with Negro League player guys that really don't talk to many people about their careers they really. They, they told me every day. And I just couldn't stop talking to these guys. What did you find? Was Your first impression about the Negro Leagues from having talked with them what did you come away with as far as an impression of the sport and of the game itself played by the African American players the first impression that I came away with was that these guys played essentially major league baseball without playing in the major leagues. They were made by many of these guys were better than Major League baseball players, but they were shut out from playing in the major, and then my other biggest takeaway is probably the fact that there was no really documentation or recognition of these guys of their careers and. That Matt Really kind of stood out to me. What struck me is is that I didn't realize how big the Negro Leagues were, and maybe you can give us some insight about how big they were and how important it was to the African culture. In other words, the black people in this country that blacks were playing the national pastime. Yeah it was. It was huge business. I mean, it was one of the top businesses among blacks during. The period of the Negro Leagues. Starting. In nineteen twenty to the early sixty s in addition to the the main Negro League, themselves were hundreds of regional and semi pro teams scattered around the country which were also big business. Is it really just it brought the whole community together, people would dress up in their nights is close some of these games would attract fifteen, thirty, thousand people the Negro League. East West all? Star Games often attracted more people than Major League All Star Game. So. Yeah. It was it was a huge deal for for the community at the time Cam and also lends itself because during that period of time baseball always had great personalities, great stories, and as you've talked to these players that played in the Negro Leagues, what are some of your favorite stories that you've heard from them? Wow, there's so many I've spoken with probably two or three hundred guys Unfortunately, many of the stories I've heard are not i. don't WanNa. Say favorite stories because they kind of have you know sad seems to them or negative aspects to where they were chased out of town or their bus broke down and you know nobody helped them out but there was some pretty cool stories about guys You know this isn't one particular story but many of the guys have spoken with where sixteen seventeen years old and they just hop on a buffet and next thing they know they were playing professional baseball one of my buddies out here in. Los Angeles and they dancy he was sitting in the stands when he was about thirteen or. Fourteen years old watching his older brother play the Memphis Red Sox and all the sudden. They just needed somebody to come in and fill in. So he went from having really played baseball before to playing on the Memphis Red Sox in the Negro League fill in player for one game and several months. Later, he ended up going out on the road and and playing with the methods. Red. SOx that the teenager and several years later he rejoined into the Negro League and played two years with the Kansas City monarchs playing in one of the East West All Star Games where he was a starter and I think he was MVP of the game as well. So Pretty. Pretty crazy. How a guy just became a professional baseball player from sitting in the stands to playing in the game right then and there Tam. Did you get an impression and I've gotten this when talking over the years to a couple of Negro League players that they were not enamored with the movie about Bingo Long Traveling All Star Team of African American black players have you gotten any impression for many of them about how they felt the way the game and also the Negro League Baseball Player was portrayed in that movie. You know I don't bring that movie up all that. Much. But a lot of guys look at that movie and they say, you know like we were we were serious team. The Negro League was not a joke Yes. There was a little bit of crowning around on the Indianapolis Clowns Baseball team, which is kind of like what that movie was modeled after Indianapolis Concert kind of the Harlem Book Charters But they also played you know very good high-quality baseball as well. Guys look at that and say, Hey, this is a little bit of. Not An embarrassment but. An exaggeration and. It kind of dragged down the credibility of the League I guess you could say. What sense of personal satisfaction you get in having done this for a long period of time and bringing to the forefront the history of Negro, league baseball on its players. I really just enjoy When people reach out to me right to tell somebody about the Negro and they don't know anything about it and next thing I know they're going to Negro League, they need player or player in their cities coming out to their school to give a talk I really just enjoy seeing people learn and educate themselves about this. Essentially forgotten part of history in baseball history. One of the things that I sense in talking to the Negro League Baseball players that I've interviewed is that I'd never once have I heard any anger about their exclusion for Major League baseball. I guess maybe a- and acceptance of that's the way it was at that particular point you've talked to money more than I have what sense do you get about how they feel about that period of time? You know it really varies based on the player. Many players are just grateful that they were able to participate in the Negro League play professional baseball for several years. But many of the players also went on and after their eagerly days went on and played in the minor leagues for. Thousands of years or three or four years, or maybe even half a season and then they got cut. So there are there are many guys that I've spoken with that played in the Negro. League. went onto the minors and then Played in AAA for three or four years, and just never was able to make that break into the majors and a lot of those guys are are a little bit bitter at that fact knowing that there were guys that weren't as good as that made it up even if it was just a few days and they just never did. We only have a little bit over a minute left woman has been the reaction. What reaction have you gotten over the HBO's Real Sports Story On. You. I've had a lot of people than facebook linked in messages tweets, all sorts of stuff I've had a few relatives of player contact eat which is actually led to a few players being tracked down that I've gotten in touch with a rashly work. I'm working on getting attention for one of the former players that whose son reached out to me after the initial real sports episode aired. So I think that's the biggest thing that's happened so far. But yeah, just a lot of good outreach people asking me about the league getting different players around the country to come and talk at schools and organizations Overall just a lot more awareness to the history players and and to what's going on with the living players Cam I, WanNa. Thank you not only for what you're doing, but bringing into the forefront. So people can understand can appreciate this particular part of not only baseball history but sports history is well I. Know There's going to be a movie that's GonNa Come Out I. Can hardly wait to see it but again I want to congratulate you for the great job that you've been doing. Thanks for sharing the memories in your thoughts about the Negro Leagues with US Take Care and keep up the good work. Thank you on Fan Perrin with us, and again, you may have seen him on that piece by HBO's Real Sports about the Negro Leagues as he chronicles not only the League but also the outstanding players if you haven't had a chance to see it, be sure to check it out. You can find certainly online we continue across the country and around the world, it's good to have you with us here on sports byline. Have you written a book. You can become a published author with Dorrance publishing the nation's oldest publishing services company. Countless authors have trusted dorrance for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the market are professional team will editor text design your book pages and create an appealing eye-catching custom cover plus our authors benefit from a custom book promotion, Marketing Campaign that makes your book available where people buy books like Amazon and brick and mortar bookstores. 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Leagues we talked about many times on this show and we've also talked about some of the great players but you may not have known that there were three women to play in the Negro Leagues Connie Morgan Tony Stone and the woman joining us now peanut Johnson she was the first female Pitcher, the Negro League she played three seasons in the Migra legs with the Indianapolis clowns in her career record was an impressive thirty three and a peanut. Let's get the obvious out of the way your nickname, where did you get it? I. Got that from a gentleman. That's I guess he had never seen latest pitch baseball before and I was very small. he he it to me and said, I did I expect stock anybody out because I wasn't big as a peanut. So I start came out and after that I cried that name. Tell me a little bit about your involvement in baseball at that particular time when you were growing up, that was not a part of a young ladies or a woman's you know part of her life how did you get involved with baseball? Came from I, I was born in South Carolina. And how? We really had nothing else to do. So. We wish to make our own baseball's. And at back ten, I was blind hundred we take a rock. Some twenty nine and some Mexican Kate and we met our baseball's. Dad. This is. What we did and they afternoons after school on Saturdays and we had a big neighborhood and everybody. Got It. To really my house because. We the And we made our own baseball, the other view data. How willing were the boys to letting you play baseball when you're growing up as a kid I got started plan with the boys. And and I was really. Burst my way Hey I'm gonNA play you know. We the fighting. Show and then with my uncle. He he'll. All a great inspiration to me and help. To teach me you know what I was real. I say around seven eight years old. And If you didn't let me play go up my grandmother. And That was it. So I got to play and my today today. And tomorrow. I got and then hey, I was ready to go and. Well, as you know during that period of time, there was not a lot of tolerance for African Americans and I would think there probably wasn't a lot of tolerance for African American women being able to play what it was predominantly male sport and particularly maybe even the African. American. Culture. Did you run into a double whammy that way peanut. Yes And you. Have that and a friend of mine. And they were like. Practicing. Our knowledge on Virginia not practicing, but they spring training. There and it's only across the bridge from me. And Reason I went over there. To try out for. The. Team. And they looked at us like we were crazy. You know as they say. What are you doing here? You know? So. I said to many Josh it. I don't take to welcome. So anyway who? Wasn't pleasant thing. And Really Bachelorette I found out really about segregation because. And the south. It was all black when I went to New Jersey. Was All white for me because I was all white school and that was only A. Black Person. And they really didn't know what I was anyway because I look like a little baby and so. It, it it really. Down on me. And tells them that. This was so fit. You know. And everything, and it still is and and places and even baseball it's still like that. You had a chance to practice your baseball when you were pursuing your studies at new. York University at what level was that was that with a school team or what was it? That was like. All. Right place. On the weekends and whatever. And then you go to. The playground whatever you know and and pick out the game and play. And this is what I. Let me take one thousand nine, hundred, fifty, three. Bish Tyson, tell anybody who that is and how important he was to you playing in the Negro Leagues I'll miss the Tyson he I grenade player. Didn't really all whatever. And he's succumb to the playground that's going to be named after which has been named. Told me now and just practice. And then on the weekends like on Sundays he'd come. And watch US play. And I really didn't. You know know who he was what he was. And he asked me one day was I like to play ball. I said Yeah. Then, does that was like on Sunday? Me Shit me to miss the buddy down. So Monday. And I had my trout. At the Balata field. and. That Tuesday I was on the best I was gone and you were the Indianapolis clowns is that right now? Spring Canon Dot in Richmond Virginia. That's. and. That was with the Indianapolis clowns. That's that's where they had spring training, right? Yes how open how willing where the players the male players in the Negro Leagues to having women in the League You have. Gentlemen, and then you ask some food you know and until you yourself that you can do. What you're supposed to be doing. I mean, you get some rejection but you ignore. That and do what you're supposed to be doing you know. And it's not hot. To get the acceptance that you need. How did you know when you were accepted immigrant legs? To be out too now that you accepted when you. When a couple games and and then they see that you're ball there. And then you you know they get a little friendly. And Whatever And and. We talk on the mall you know. Like anybody else you get to know person. Tell me about the first game ever pitched peanut. Oh that was the joy. That was down there down. Spring Training. Before that I pitched my first league game. and. It was pretty good I, enjoyed that you know and some then on I pitch my fresh league games. I'm trying to think I. Think we were. In. North Carolina somewhere. Anyway. To look up in the stands and see all these people you know. And they have this. Look on their face. When they see I'm a girl. So you know you you you have to prove yourself and and it was Yardman. For me. To know, I was good enough to be there but some of the best. And I join tremendously I mentioned about your career record of thirty three and eight you played against them guys that could really hit I mean you had Josh Gibson and Cool Papa Bell yet Oscar Charleston. All of those. That was a hitters league was at not and how did you deal with the big hitter but now? Mr Towse and. Ballot and then they were before me. And I didn't play a good stem. What I'm saying is is that was a hitters league primarily. But I guess. But I had some that was just as good that I. Did have to pitch to. What are you most proud of in your career? Oh I'm most proud to say that I played some of the best. Yeah I'm proud to say that I was good enough to be there. And to say I'm the only woman who has done something that another woman has ever done. and. 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Grant ex my mother can I play with him and they will. Call, the westbound Lupus and that's happening baseball. Tell me a little bit about that ballpark across from your mom and dad's house. Well, it was right behind us in a little feel and I used to just. Go I just and we take I didn't have a glove I took a brown a cold a brown paper bag and I made me a glove and I used to playing actually I used to play outfield in a now. Feel and then one day some people. All people seem to Clean and asked me stop pitching and. Pitching this nobody taught me nothing and I just thought to myself and. That's way started. You know it's interesting. You say that Russell because in all the players I've talked to about the Negro Leagues I hear the same thing one they started very early playing baseball in their teens and two they were self taught in the game. Why was that? Well well, one thing we didn't have a way to go down south this for the not. Five entertainment and stuff like that just that. You know we all we all played something. We please the plane half of they call it a play. But then when I got in touch of baseball I started loving and I mean air. Yongli Day twelve, thirteen, fourteen years ago everybody kept saying you know and you know you could you know. But I I didn't. I. Didn't play the game and I stopped pitching the plane outfielder and batted I'd better you know their spent doing that doing this and all of a sudden The big team, a team costs Vanna bears. It was a all black team and that was a town team Savannah Georgia and I went out I fifteen sixty although the guy play with with the low team he said out enough I was too good for him. So he went talk to these guys who on the bears and I think what's amount of about sixteen years I know you credit As your personal heroes, your parents and you want said I had good strong parents believe in this sorry stuff because you're black, you had to bow down to people and they taught me to always stand up for what I believe in. If you think about those times that must've been awfully hard for them to say and it says an awful lot about their character that they pass that onto you. Well my mother had a very great education with Barry Stone on my father he Merchant Seaman access from Philadelphia. So he was with I called. Up. A up echelon and He didn't believe in just feeling sorry for yourself and my mother and feels that and in my father to tell us all the time if you're going to be drunk via good drunk, you got safety of good and he to time you know this guy didn't play ball you good. Yeah. He always tells me you good and quiet and play ball and I never thought my head. Never vow and during that time my thing that still learning something the time today I never scratched my when I'm talking to a person especially if you white and now I don't even sit there and put Mackay have a special my here I don't look down I, look them in the as an essay that they can't that that's going that I learned from my fault I know person after he got to be. Played For the Indianapolis Clowns Repeal period of time you were Tilleke player Pitcher Infield and everything did a lot of players play a number of positions when they were playing in the Negro. Leagues. Good God. Yes. Yes. Yes. You you have to. Stay. On the team 'cause it's there's no thing that you. Day and then wait three or four days. No, it didn't work because playing with the crowns cloud had two team they had the clouds and the New York roars. If you play on the cloud today, you might be playing with the Roy Tamar you play on the Roy, the mind playing next-day. Carolina twenty, five guys. So we had two sets of uniform this. So actually with the clown team, we like to Holland will. Tell me a little bit about how you got the nickname crazy legs. Well, I am crazy though the. Out Down in Cocoa Florida, and that's the most guys. With China China for rouse the White, the Minnesota twin out of the Washington. Senators in a recent at nighttime dance, the sitting on talking, and so I, I, dance a lot. Then my side with the clowns, they put me the guy that makes you Williams. He's two guys who wear dress and stuff on the pounds and I start dancing him and having a good time. So they stack called me Great Lakes. You know when I take a look at the video of the Negro League Baseball Games and from the other players that I've talked to I always came away with the feeling and what I saw and what I heard that the atmosphere at a Negro League Baseball game totally unique and special tell me about that atmosphere. was very funny. The clowns handed thing we all live chat shadow ball? And we have a start off with a Rijo baseball, and after go around the first time on Enfield next time, we don't have no ball at all. Then we like the DASSU's hitting infield hit like hitting a ball and we pick it up and throw it over there like we catching it and we have a lot of fun for that. We did a lot of fun things and plus learn count especially if we beating people bad, we had a guy on my fall off nature ball where dress and Nicobar used to have a ball. Like a nipple like a baby bottle nipple with water and stuff like that. That was. And then I do a lot of dancing clown and stuff like that. Just for the fun of it. I know. It was it was just something naturally to my opinion. We did. We know we didn't feel sorry for each other. You know now you know it's the most thing we did is that we know we have to play ball on the team. I know that that's one thing we did. I know from one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, five, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, eight, you played for the Patterson black socks and you were named the most valuable pitcher in nineteen sixty eight but you also said it was bad for us the name calling they used the N. Word they called US monkey eight coon, my whole life one first of all deal with that when it's being said and second of all, how does one deal with it long-term? Well like doing a ton of it was fifty, eight, fifty, nine hours at Lakeland Florida of. DETROIT. Tigers, the campaign they had a instruction can't they first time I went in the second down, invited me back and we the Detectors and Lakers. Lakeland Florida they gotta they think call the Merchants Stadium and We was playing and I hit a ball down right field and I sat second. There's something that I can hit somebody to stand. Well I know white you know how `bout run NIGGER RUN And then I looked at third base and he was white and I put my mind. Lord, if you catch the ball. I'm I am going to destroy him you know. They came at third base in Saint but I say he whites take it out on him but having Soda Ball came in Boston Fund and went into stand. On the. We've been and where it's so much. It is unbelievable and Sometimes you got to keep him out yet but but my thing we're not to keep my mouth yet. That's that was one thing. I think you taught him I catch a Kasza castleberry. y'All cats, berries keep me out of trouble. I'm saying he was because he bigger than me and I'm. I'm still five nine out went by one, hundred, fifty, two, hundred pound in. But cast berries to keep me out show because I was I used to get nasty I mean nasty. You know calmed down you know you can't do this. You can't do that. So. That's one thing that we we had a lot of problems to win Huntsville Alabama nineteen sixty. We have sleep with that on our shoulders and stuff cooked up playing. We're looking for US then I end up back in nineteen, sixty three for the army. There was the same way to me. I didn't see nothing different you know but you have to. Well. That's what we wanted to play and I would beat anybody that they put. especially if they was white I, don't care what they ain't call the racism we was. Reverse. Racism and prejudice back. Adam but it that way. Let me ask you about the fact that I know a lot of the players played for a number of the Negro League teams, and in your case you were asked by Paul Gilbert to play with the Kansas City monarchs. Now, what happened with the? Cancer this I asked me getting a letter I got to. Go to Birmingham like Darren. Okay. Yeah. That was fifty nine then. Tamraz Berry thing they wanted me to play with the Kansas City Mo not. And? I I think I signed a contract with cancer. Mona? And he's still only fifteen hundred dollars a. Day. So I know I'm not going to get that but. But to go to the Birmingham like there and. I was supposed to go with Paul there but then what I did I just told him. Thank you. Then I went camp back to Savannah, Bayer's and three with them. I talked to Bucko kneel before he passed away. He was a dear friend and I always loved conversations I had with him about the Negro Leagues in about baseball at that particular time in one of the best answers he ever gave me and I'm going to ask you the same question Russell is I asked book tell me about Your Best Day in baseball. So I ask you the same question Russell. My Best Day. To. Be playing with the count. The one that clown. That Royal Michigan they had a couple of. Scouts and the Yankees there. And somebody not playing I they. and. I it was just. To me, it would just baseball knowledge that you when you into this game, you learn the game and learning. And I'll playing I in mostly mostly Ed with a right handed Batter Ryan everything be hit to left would've. But for some reason, I played I I say I I'm a move over 'cause I watching out pitcher. Over towards the foul line because I think that's the way and the first and second. And he hit a shot. Right hand hit A. He. I'm early he shot out first base line and I just stepped over boom. You know air by the great play I I made it but I just stepped up the ball and they still trying to figure out why our over in that position I just baseball sense. That's the meal. And then we're the dapper our right under the. Mississippi River Bridge, and that's why I had I went like three three that night it was just everything those are two things that I enjoy that it works you was that great I pitched but most nothing with I just wanted to play outfield we only have about a minute and a half but when you look back on the experience both good and bad these smile was it worth it to you and the other Worth it, I'd do it again. And what what made it worth it to you Russell. Colorado, take that something that I wanted to do and they're in I was trying to prove. The People in Savannah, which is white back, I can play this game. Where the Dad told me, you know if the American League team, he told me. If he can paint my face white out of out being Centerfield American Legion bowl I know forget that also, what do you think in about a minute was the legacy of the Negro League. I think. We just didn't get no credit for that. And let have to be we have to great ball I. Mean Some Great Ball and I'm not clue myself. I'm talking about I seen guy called flat green out of he live in north. Carolina he's still living in Florida Glen I mean, this guy had a glow with unbelievable. He would be what? About one hundred and twenty pounds Oh, Lord he can. Play shortstop and. It just a good time that I had I had some very good timing anybody in the book they got bounced down the heaven that I didn't go hours I that good of a pitcher and a ball player when when I demand some. Didn't go win that wedding pissed tonight or this guy off. Off The bus so I mean that means to me that means something to me Russell I wanNA. Thank you very much for your time and also sharing your memories and your thoughts about a very important part of American sports history particularly. American, baseball history as well. You and the other Negro League players deserve to be remembered for everything that you did. You are welcome here anytime take care my friend. All right. Thank you to Russell Patterson with us again started out he grew up in Savannah Georgia and he was supposed to play with the mobile black bears and he appeared with the Indianapolis Clowns Rock and Roll Fund show where he was the nickname crazy legs for putting on dance performance. But boy I'll tell you what he and the other players they were something special. 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There was a piece on HBO's Real Sports that I saw that kind of triggered my interest in it as well, and he talked to some of the players and also talked about the history of the lake itself and two of those players we shared our interview with you peanut Johnson she was. One of only three women to play in the leagues and the only one that pitch and she played for the Indianapolis clowns for three season where she had a career record of thirty, three and eight and our batting average range from two, sixty, two to eighty, four and Russell Patterson with us he played for the Savannah bears and also the Indianapolis clowns stick around. We'll talk some football with Tony Dungee and Eric Dickerson next hour when we continue on America's sports talk show. I'm Ron Bar host of sports byline USA, we get together each weeknight to hear from the biggest names in sports. So we invite you to join us at ten P.. M. Eastern Seven PM Pacific on the Sports Byline USA broadcast network. 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You still hold the NFL record for most rushing yards in a season in two, thousand, one, hundred and five, and that was set back in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, are you surprised? It's still a standing record. Everybody asked me that question so funny. yes and no you know when I said, you know honestly I didn't think that big a deal about and I thought it was around thought it was a big deal. I thought it was a great record and I was hoping that I could get a chance to to break the break myself again but to save with lasts over twenty years. I can't say. Honesty I thought it would last twenty years. What type of environment does it take to to rush for over a thousand yards and maybe even set a new standard in rushing in the NFL? Honestly a thousand dollars a lot of yards I mean. It's only like fifty dollars a game. You Got Sixteen weeks, I mean you're. Back that's not a lotta yards. When you when you start looking back as having a great season, you looking at more over fifteen yards you know because that's more than one hundred yards a game yet sixteen seventeen, hundred yards best you definitely as we call it, that's you putting it down. You Know Guy if you've got, you know twenty, seven, hundred, eleven, hundred, thirteen, you know it's a good thing even write home about and you know you those big eighteen nineteen. then. That's a different standard. Pretty much everyone in back with say that. In order to get two thousand yards, then what did the elements have to be to be successful to do that everything? I. Just perfect. I mean serious. You have to have the. You can't befall behind football games at least not too many because if that happens that needed to quarterback has to throw the football a lot. You'RE GONNA run the football you know you can't be in an. Iranian situation sometimes real passageways footing that day and I got great. Then you don't have to stay healthy I guess the main ingredient and staying healthy and also having opposite land healthy. You know the guy that blocks for you I mean everything has to work out sports. He's right there. You have to have some some games where you break out early like for halftime you have over one hundred yards. Halftime that makes it that much easier. In case you have a bad week for the next week. Then you've made up for the week before like, I, say it's a lot goes down two thousand dollars Eric I take a look at the way the game is played in the National Football League today I really think that that's record that's going to stand for a long time, and the major reason is you take a look at the burst Attila D of backs today they're expected to catch the ball almost as much as they are to run with the football does that is that an element that will play into making sure that that record stands for awhile you? I, think. That'll Matt Allen it'll make it stand I. think that's one thing that. Will stand because a fact. You know these days they have to receiving that minnow and I had that we were running too often. Run on third and fifteen. We've run the football. You know now their land running back up outside. Vows just like. You know the the main out for for me back when I was in the league swing. Pat. Swing Pat and I sit down sit down with a nervous outlet, the outlet receive it. But now you have to be a true assume receiver. And linebackers, you have to read the coverage of the running back. So you know it makes it a little bit more different and difficult I don't mean to use the Cliche, but they always talk about being in the zone during that eighty four season. was there a particular game that you got into that you knew you could just simply run as long as far as you wanted to? Look. Like that I mean I can't say one in particular but I mean it was a few games like that and we played the Houston. With over two thousand to the all at home I just I felt like I feel like they can't stop I mean it was times when when I feel like they could they couldn't catch me I mean my rookie year I'm like my rookie season my first year. we played we played the New York jets in New York. And I'm GonNa tell Jackie Slater I. said these guys can't run with you. I'm too fast for you know and I felt like they didn't have the same foot speed I had, and that's part of you know having a great a great season also. The speed, he cannot substitute speed is no substitute for one of the things that I've heard from defensive players is that with a running back you can tell. They are by the third and fourth quarters that when you hit him and you take them down how they get up just their body deportment tells you an awful lot about them. What is it that a running back tell about a defense when you're when you're really running over them You know not. Have asked that question that's a good question I think for a defense is that if you can have a defense Arguing with the players. And I've had it. You know whether the descended Baxter like, Hey, man he's not supposed to give a second day. I'll stop him apprentice Mason tackles. You have argued having going like, okay. I got him well, one. Is that game pretty psychological running back against defense I mean do they try to put a stick on you in order to see how you'll react early in a game so that they know whether they can get inside your head For Sure I. Mean One thing about about a good defensive. Players that they hit you talked to you the intimidation. I mean and after a while, you know if you don't fall into the trap or are you, they get you and you don't say anything you do say something and you kiss their run hard and all of a sudden you see. HOUSTON PADS. You know it's like okay. We can't intimidate the gas. So we just have to play football pitch. Quiet for you, you'll find your seventy running back and stuff like That's all you got. You know he's not GonNa, be a long day. I'd hit a day long. Some of the great trash talkers on the defensive side that you'd go up against. Man You know mostly with defensive you know you. Say went down particular it was just it's mostly just a defense that would talk hold The bears eighty five, even even eighty four. You know they had a defense that was really animated and talking to the guys that stand over you because. You know you know it's GonNa. Be a long day to day. The giants was Wendy. Like to talk a lot of tracks. And it can. It can be intimidating if you let them intimidate. Let me share with you a comment that the hall of fame running back your fellow hall of Famer Jim Brown made here on the program. I was asking him about running backs and what they have more than anything else and he said it was natural ability and Eric he put it this way. Runs a natural. They come with a bodybuilder come with a certain kind of balance that come in a certain kind of intellect and vision. And I was about to thirty, two, six two and I could run the forty. You know I was pretty quick I fought. In fact, I never got beat Cleveland in my forty. what I had to do was really be versatile. There were times when I would hit a whole full speed sometimes three quarters the sometimes pass speed it was time and I run a sweep in Selah rate for menacingly go into a floating motion, Use my vision and accelerate again, there were times when I'd cut back totally against the grain, go back ten yards to gain twenty five yards. All of that all of those things sometimes, I'd go into the and spin sometimes I'd hold a ball in the palm of my hand when I'm running when I wanted my speed sometimes, I put two hands over the ball because I'm going to protect it sometimes I would get on the sideline and I would skip hop and jumps. What did you think about what he had to say here? Yeah. The funny thing about what he just said everything he said I've done pretty much. And that's that's that's very true statement stated that that's true. I mean. I've I've started to the right I could see on the play and I've been. Flat Out, just turn the jets on toward the not knowing I'm GONNA cut back but I want the defense is also into dead sprint and I if I get the history. I know I can cut back before these big guys can cut that with me but they got to try to stop all that man and I'm just I'm I'm I for me. It was almost like a Dan. Brennan one went to another way what am I agree with? One of the other things that he said to me Eric that I thought was very interesting and I've never heard a running back. Tell me this. He said that he knew when he had gotten every inch out of every run that he knew when to shut it down to get ready for the next play. Are you all that sensitive that you know when you can't get another inch or you're pretty much pretty much bag knows and I so I mean you you you have to. Fax. It. Have long careers to kind of sense that. Okay this play day and you know that's all. I. Get out of it I back another. To see the difference, I might get my shoulder separated a deep blue out because I had a coach John. Roberts at the always lived to fight another day you know. Sometimes you it's time. It's time step I found. You know is the time to go down. You have to keep fighting for your. We just have to fight another day and that's that's that's true actually. A bag nosing when it's Gale Sayers also told me that really we were talking about, which was more important getting to the line of scrimmage or getting beyond it, and he's had that the first step was really the most important step for running back. What was he talking about exactly Eric? The first. When he said, the first step is because it is David impeded. You can't if no one will impeach for progress. That's what most bags more if I can get to the Lantis visit get that ball with no one in the backfield making me stutter step I do anything of my path then I really have shot to do what I wanna do I mean that's and that's actually most speak I mean if you've got somebody back, the penetration kills play it kills it. What's once a defensive in the backseat backfield pretty much that players did or you make make something happen sometimes but that that's plays over. Mary Sanders also said the greatest asset that are running back and have is his vision and I would assume that that's right. Kinda feel for the play where the players are. You you have a feeling sometimes, you have to see a guy with your shoulder you know you can. You know when you go down and you stand you get you know you look back and say how do. You do that. You know it's just when you do enough you know and. It'll be a child. Young kid you just have that natural instinct and that's what it is. It's become instinctive. Eric Dickerson Hall of fame running back has joined us in you on sports byline as we continue across the country and around the world with you on America's sports talk show. Have you written a book? You can become a published author with Jordan's publishing the nation's oldest publishing services. Company. Countless authors have trusted dorrance for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the market are professional team will editor text design your book pages and create an appealing eye-catching custom cover lost our authors benefit from accustomed Book Promotion Marketing Campaign that makes your book available where people buy books like Amazon and Brick and mortar bookstores. So make this free call right now to claim your free author's Guida publishing. Don't wait another day take one step closer to realizing your dream of becoming a published author and seeing your name in print. 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I think the most important thing is him as a as a human being. And he's he's a really nice guy and like to see nice guys, you know no play well, another gadot like Larry Johnson over Kansas. City. I. Mean. He's a different kind of running our taught much tougher. you know. To me those two also you know in in in Saint, Louis Running back there. got. Even Jackson Jackson, another pack I think is one of the top back. These stephen is more like Earl Campbell type of running I mean he runs eat run around and you might that we you've travel down around somebody's DAD's. New career a little bit. But I mean those at the top top runners in the national football league right now speaking of staying healthy and you alluded to it a little bit earlier as you got on in your career. Eric what was it that you did in order to try to maintain that? Hell. I try to I. Try. To stay. In. SHAPE. That was a big thing for. Six three you know played at like two, twenty, two, twenty, two. And I'm saying about two thirty I'm not much of my playing weight I try to stay in shape that was one of the big thing. As a player, you had to go and Camp Liberty to play football you can't get in football shape I don't care how many days you worked out with. You'll never get it what we call to shape, but you had to go in and shape and I always try to shape. He didn't even an Aussie I would think though it would be real hard to keep yourself mentally healthy during the long run of an NFL season. I mean, we're talking about four preseason games. We're talking about sixteen regular season games and then maybe postseason if you make the postseason, what do you have to do differently say at the middle of the season at the back end of the season mentally that's different than say at the beginning of the season then. Well I mean, if you're right, it's hard to say the whole time is really what helps you know is if you want to win it for botching too that helps a lot I mean. But if you lose think it's hard to keep your folks. When you're moving, you're like man, I can't wait for this to get over and start Mexican. it's just really hard if you WanNa win a team or you in the race, it's a lot easier to stay focused and you have to stay focused because. When you become academia on the football field. That's what you're getting answer because you know you stand Ronaldo's pile guys slapped around rolls up on your leg and you know it's hard but that's part of it. I mean. I. Can tell you this much when when the first. Game starts after see. All, those guys would be focused on playing football. Now by week six or seven, you know if you one in five A. There's I'm starting. Focus a little bit. There's been a lot of discussion lately. Even Congress has had a hearing on the condition of former players and what they're having to go through. You're one of those former players give me a perspective on what it's like for you. Now, after your career and the players that are struggling now as far as from a health standpoint and ought to be and also from living standpoint. Well. Thank God I mean I've been able to maintain our lifestyle that I. Player I mean I don't spend a lot I. Mean I I think. In calabasas. Football. You know I have own health insurance you know they don't. They don't supply much out of the me. You ask you out for meter and almost almost want to say good riddance community. It's really a shame because I've seen some guys to you know that that need medical attention and they can't get it for. You know they've been denied. You know for different reasons which which not which are not fair have to. Do a lot more for for the players and they do. You know the NFL is one of the richest entity in the world but yeah, I think the owners. I. So it's so cheap I mean they don't WanNa, do anything I mean it's really really sad because as a player, you have a lot of problems playing I've been playing I mean I had an to my bank. And one point I could not even lineup leave I have to speak sitting up in a chair or sleep sitting up in the bag. HIPPOPOTAMI billion. Right now people my left shoulder for. A shoulder go numb you have an Achilles problem. I. Have I have a big great. Have a great told that that really bothered me but here I think I'd never had surgery. You don't. WanNa just Kinda lucky guy I mean I the guys that are really pretty bad shape. The other too is that some people point not so much for the NFL owners as much as to the NFL PA that once you're no longer playing and I think gene upshaw says, we represent today's players not yesterday's players and I thought that that Kinda shortsighted. I mean I think it's both I think quotas consistently handed. To six, I mean gene upshaw to me works for the owners because they were so the. Hour I mean I think they would've put a streams no matter what. But he says, you know and I feel like you know that the plan still you don't they do more. I think they could do more I mean it's just it's it's a bad deal. I mean the thing about it is if you talk to most players that ever played the National Football League and you ask them about their team. You know and. They have that be good to say about their football team and I think that's that's a bad thing i. mean you could play for that team fifteen or twenty years. It's like if you did your job fifteen or twenty job and they gave you whatever they go, watch it whatever you think. I love my job I worked at but most of the players make manfried that. You know I couldn't even repeal the radio things we play the explicit. When I look back upon the game I'm talking the players that I've talked to. I have yet to meet a player no matter how badly banged up where they were or or their career was difficult that they didn't say it was worthwhile and I think for those people that have never put on a helmet never put on a pad and played at the level that you and the other professionals did they don't understand that mentality give me some insight as to why it was. All worthwhile, Eric. Well, you know it's a two week for me I mean I got a chance to do something that God gave get-out. Get a chance to fulfil ango dream of McAfee would never dream the national policy. There was just a blessing. And I was glad to be able to do that job and. To really on the other hand to to provide for my family and do think that it was no way that I could ever done in any other job that I had taken I mean. In the football league gave me gave me that freedom to do those things I mean and stop Howard, and then all the goes along with it. So you know I'm I'm very grateful that I had a chance to plan the national football. League. I'm not bitter about it off. No. Matter what happens you know after I got out of the lead up to I got a chance to play NFL and one thing I can't stand it. When people talk about players it'd be you know ungrateful ingrates you know guys who played in. Holding out the contract because you know. Playing in the national football, you have start life. It's just not. It's not like being a doctor, a lawyer baseball player. You know that life the show that night you could. You could play one year you could say three years you can take fifteen years but. To have a team that's going to be a very short life because of the injury what your favorite memory of Oh you're playing years. honestly just traveling with the team the player I mean I can think the rams and then we had so many fun threat trips. I mean, not even games that was cool. But I mean, just you know. The, the travel and the. On the flights I mean, that is what I miss more than than planned officer. There's nothing to replace the comradeship of a football team. Is there that nothing has ever placed that that that that part of my life I'm killed weapon with down if The place that guy asks you a question other days if I could go back and play the day. Feeling Sunday. On back in college, which would you take I? I would go back to college for sure. What was it about college that made it more enjoyable for you I enjoy it more because they were just so much free. You know you were a kid you enjoying it I mean you know you didn't get the booze win about the money it was just it was it was a pure spoke Taylor custody. Loved it will young I mean it was just it was just so much fun. That's all I can say. The young man, it's just a kid. I really enjoyed it Eric I wanNA thank you. This has been just an enjoyable conversation. You are welcome here anytime on sports byline continued good health come back and visit with me again my friend. Thank you for having me Eric Dickerson Hall of fame running back and again I go back to that nineteen eighty-four season what a special year it was when he set the NFL. Record for rushing yards in a season two, thousand, one, hundred and five, and in his career he's number six on the NFL career rushing list at thirteen, thousand, two, hundred and fifty nine yards. We'll take a break continue with more view and sports byline, and now today's rusting tip of the day presented by free all penetrating oil. You're all set for a quick tire rotation until you have a rusted on wheel coat. Those Lug nuts and penetrating oil let them sit for a few minutes and you'll have often essential. 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If you have a checking account and a regular income source, you can get cash in your account as soon as tomorrow type this into your smartphone or computer address bar www dot twenty seven cash dot com that's twenty seven cash dot com twenty, seven, cash dot com. This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA. Here's Ron Bar. Nice to catch up with Tommy G. Tony Ecorse the coach of the Indianapolis Colts Winnings the Super Bowl twenty, nine, seventeen over the Chicago bears. But he has a wonderful book out. It's called a memoir quiet strength and certainly that is an appropriate title who came up with the title Tony. Did you or somebody with the book now? Actually it was my mother-in-law. We had a few titles that we're kicking around and she took it to her women's Bible study and said, Hey, you know, what do you think what describes Tony and what would Would you guys pick up if you're looking at it in a bookstore and the ladies also quiet strength just founded right to us you are awfully private and also very quiet low keyed. You have an ego, but it's a very I think professional directed ego. So I wondered how hard it was for you to write this book and talk about some of the things that you talked about in it. It was a little difficult and that's why I wanted to go with the CO writer Nathan Whitaker and he pulled out some of the things that I probably wouldn't have and you know really did a good job of saying we need to talk about this and we need to talk about that and then you know some of the parts where you you just have to. WanNa tell the story but you WANNA keep your family's privacy maybe want to keep the players privacy and just how far to go that that was a difficult line to walk. Certainly know about your religious leanings and how you feel personally about that and invariably when somebody talks about something as personal as religion, it can be kind of a a chance he situation how did you walk that thin line? I just felt it was important to let people know about my faith the way I coach and what I do a really revolves around my Christian beliefs. So I just wanted to say that and and just say it in a matter of fact, way that people talk about how calm I am on the sideline and here's why and you know some of the things that have happened in my life to be able to still look forward and go ahead and feel good about things. It's really because of what I believe in my faith and so I just. Wanted to put that out there and then and let people accepted or down and and it was important to me to do that. Let me ask you about that communist because it's been brought up by the media certainly by the networks when they're doing a colts game, they see on the sideline. If there's a fumble, you don't get too upset if there's a touchdown scored by the colts, you stay even keeled there. How then do you disperse the the negative energy of the things that are happening that are on the negative side that you able to stay so calm. Always. Like that I've got a fifteen year old son. Now it's playing football and basketball, and he's exactly like I was when I was fifteen just very competitive. Lebanon dying with every shop with every play and I was very up and down and my dad talked to me a lot about. Staying focused about looking ahead about trying to make situations better not letting your emotions really caused you to play poorly, and it took me a long time to learn that and as much as I would try couldn't really keep it under control. But then as I matured as a Christian I think and understand that understood that guy was really in control of a lot of things I just had to work on the things that I could control That's what helped me but it it's been a long time coming and matter of fact, my highschool teamates when people describe me as calm and collected and under control, they just laugh at me, 'cause that's not the guy they remember. As I was reading through the Book I noticed that it started out not with the Super Bowl victory over the Chicago bears. But with your firing down in Tampa Bay and thought about for just a second Tony and then I smiled because I think what your message was here is it says an awful lot about sir person when they deal with the adversities of their life rather than their successes am I correct in that observation it really does and I wanted to tell people that you know my life wasn't just a whole strangle successes and you know people see us now. Is. The Super Bowl ad bins and it was Austin as a great experience. But there were a lot of disappointments along the way and that's one of the great things I feel about sports is it teaches you that that you do have to overcome disappointments no one even in a championship year you don't win every game and you are you do have to bounce back from tough times and I think that's one of the great benefits that and learning to help me live my life better. What is the rule of thumb that people should consider when they're dealing with adversity then? Well I think it's how you respond and and first of all know that there is going to be some adversity that comes That was one great thing I told our team the night before the superbowl I said, you know the way our season has gone. This game is not going to be smooth. So when the storm hits and that adversely comes, that's not good. sekine outlets just know that it's going to come and be ready to deal with it. Well, nine seconds into the game you know we're buying seven nothing, but that was a good message for the guys on the sand that it's not always move and you can overcome. Negative? Thank you can't overcome bad break. If You keep your compulsion, you keep looking forward. It's interesting. You bring that up Tony because There is the belief that you have to have a coach that is a raw type of guy that knows how to push the buttons on his team. But really what? I've always felt your lesson to your players is that you're responsible for your own actions and if collectively you act in a responsible way than in the long run, more good things are going to happen to you than bad things is that the message you try to send to your team? Exactly what I prayed and football's an emotional game and the guys that play most, and there's always plenty most and when when you a lineup to kick off in the Super Bowl and all those flashbulbs go off and there's seventy thousand flashbulbs going off at once when that ball is, you don't need emotion at that point you're going to have plenty of emotion and plan for south know at the time that I didn't work in for him he always used to say. What you need to win, and then if you need to know what to do, know how to do it and do it on a consistent basis. That's what wins and that's what I've always believed in coaches that could tell me what to do and sell me what to do. We're always going to help me more so than those ones who just were gonNA motivate me with words this May. Shock a lot of people but I understand at one time you were being interviewed by an owner and you stated that winning isn't everything pick up the story from there. Yeah. It was a you know that point in the interview where things think they're going pretty well, and you think you're making a connection and then he wants to really get to the nitty gritty and say you. Know what the I paid a lot of money for this thing that's always been my dream to have this football team and it means so much to me. I, want it to mean the same thing to you and I said well, you know it does mean a lot to me and if I, get this job. I'm GonNa Win I'm GonNa do everything I can to win for you but. It does it probably doesn't mean that much to me because my family I am going to take my boys to school I'm going to car pool. I'm GonNa do those kinds of things I'm GonNa you know give my coaches time off we're GONNA win but it's not gonna be I'm not going to be there twenty four hours a day and I thought that was a good answer. Is. Take it. You did not get that job, right? And you know. I. Think that that's that's a great message to and I've always felt this way and I know you do as well. There was times along my career in broadcasting when I didn't get the job in Chicago or the job in Phoenix and it was because I was supposed to get the job at San Francisco. That's exactly right and when when those jobs do come then you realize you do thank. The. Lord. Today I didn't get that one that I wanted because it might not have been the best one for me and I was disappointed you know three or four times along the way But then once I got the TAP and working with rich McKay and how much fun that was and then come to Indianapolis it's been a great twelve years. So I just have to look back and say All the disappointments were worth it to to finally get where It was really something special you unsaid when I talked about going in and getting the right type of guys we're going to win because we're going to create a family atmosphere. Everybody says about creating the family atmosphere, how hard is it and what does that definition of that today in the NFL? It's hard because you have to get everybody to buy into the fact that the team is number one. So. We're we're not gonna all be able to satisfy individual desires were not all going to get the ball as much as we would like, we're not gonna all get to make as many tackles as we would like. If we win, then everyone should be happy and that's an easy concept but that's hard to sell to to people who've been taught. Yeah. We want to win but I need my carries I. Need My cats is I need my stats and we've become a stat world and that's how you get paid in the NFL. So we we kind of created that, but to get everybody to say you know what I'm going to be happy when the whole team has happened when we win that that takes something to create. Unfortunately, we've got guys who believe that and they've really done is been a pleasure to coach here. How much easier is it to do it in a city like Indianapolis in the heartland of America than say in Los Angeles or particularly in New York when you have a different type of focus from the fans and from the media. I believe it is easier and I guess I've been fortunate my whole career to be in places like that Pittsburgh Kansas City, and Minneapolis and. Indianapolis and Tampa but it's just would not as media driven we have really one newspaper in town and we have we don't have that push for celebrities that here and I think that helps then guys like Marvin Harrison can come here and and function really well and functioned under the radar because all they wanna do is help win. I know that you have credited Chuck Knoll with being your mentor and also Dennis Green with helping develop your approach to football. Let me ask you about chuck. What is it that he did that helped you along the way. Or just so This stable and when I played for him, it was always, Hey, if you rely on your fundamentals if you know what to do, you can go out and get the job done and then working for him when when I became a coach, I really began to learn why he said those things why we did the drills we did why he coached that way and he was just a great teacher and that let me know number one that you could win by teaching and instructing, and it didn't have to be bombastic and in most because he wasn't that way and he had a great family life I mean he did a lot with his son, his wife, he slew playing Cook He. Drove votes he he did a lot away from the game and we went home at six thirty in the evening and let me know that you could have family life. You could have a normal existence and you can win big and I never felt even when we were coming close and not winning I never felt the head to change because I've seen coast not be successful that way if Jack was on the low keyed side I know Dennis Green was not. In some ways elite a lot of the same things. Then it was much more emotional guy he believed in team chemistry and was always looking out for for things that way and didn't taught me about taking care of the players making sure people were fresh. You know he always, you'd say coach Jerry Rice as a receiver coach at San Francisco and he said, I, just had to make sure Syria was fresh and ready to go a game time He was going to do the rest if if I didn't overworking and that's something I hadn't really you know because coach no was a hard work. Pound away guy so I think I gotta find balance I learned a little bit from Denny about chemistry and keeping guys fresh and building that team Camaraderie, and I learned from Chuck about. Fundamentals and attention to detail, and I think being with both guys really helping I. Know what you said about Chuck Knoll being a teacher and with your parents both being educated as well. The quote that I saw, you said, teachers I had in junior high school and high school really formulated the way I think off the field can you explain that a little? Bit More what was that? They did that help you formulate your feelings well, i. You know I knew who learned from the best and the best teachers that I had were the ones that encourage do that made it fun to come to class that made it exciting every day and it really you felt that they cared about you and it wasn't just that. They were getting a paycheck and and you had to learn and both my parents as you mentioned talk and I never heard them say I went in there and I just yelled at the top of my lungs and I- intimidated those kids into learning They never did that is what I got to think of ways to make this exciting. Make it fun. To make people want to enjoy and that that's kind of the way I coast that I try to make it fun and more people enjoy it I think the more they'll put into I might point out to a lot of people point to athletes is being role models for kids today I will just share with you a comment from the book quiet strength which. He writes who am I today and the way I think we're shaped by the time by that with my parents this is true for all the Dungy children are parents encouraged us to follow our dreams and told us that if we wanted to do something, we could do it. That was when I read that. It just It just touched me. Well we're we're so fortunate First of all, we lived in a two parent household, which is. Rare but most of my parents were teachers they were, they love to see kids expand their horizons. Grew up in an industrial town in Jackson. Michigan the glass fact to read the metal shop goodyear tire plant everything revolves around the car industry and most of the guys I grew up with. Their, dream was to finish high school go to work and by car and then get married and my pants talked about college and what you could do down the road and and doing things younger sister is a doctor sees an obstetrician and at that time. Females weren't encouraged to do that to go to medical school but my dad said, hey, if you enjoy medicine and you enjoy delivering babies. Go to medical school and they encouraged us to to drain and I don't know that I ever thought about coach at that time. But later on when they weren't African American head coaches, I still dream about it and I can hear my dad's friend If that's what you WanNa do don't let anything stop you Tony I. Want to thank you very much great book we're GonNa, make it a selection of the Mont on the sports byline book. Corner Good Health to you come back again. Thank you Ron. 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What are the subjects that I've always been interested in is the afterlife for athletes what happens after they retire because unlike jobs like I have or you might have out there in which we can do them until we're fifty, fifty, five, sixty, sixty, five years old that's not the case for athletes average length of a career in the national football league is. A little bit over four years. It's about five years for Major League, Baseball Basketball about the same well Jerry Nadler along with her husband Rick have written a wonderful book called don't retire rewire and this book describes a five step process of rewiring, providing a plan for people to have a fulfilling and stimulating future as they approach retirement age now I asked. If we could just keep this the athletes because it is unique. What makes athletes different from the average person that may have to face these issues and these questions Jerry I think probably one of the key things is they're looking at a much younger age than your regular you know executive up union worker across the board. So all of a sudden they realized that they may be in their early thirties looking out and thinking, wow, what am I gonNa do with my next act I. also think it's because they have been using real skills that they have and the skills are very targeted and they might not have a lot of other things that they even. WanNa pursue when all of a sudden the future faces them. How does youthfulness serve athletes and what I mean by that is that as we get older, we start planning and thinking about our retirement. But when you're young, that's not something that comes to mind. No, it isn't but you know I wish that people would also thinking about this earlier because whether you get hurt you get, you know downsized you get traded whatever I think that the earlier people realize how I'm going to be living longer I mean, this is something why everybody at No matter what their profession we're living on average an additional twenty to twenty five years after the age of sixty five. So a lot of people at a younger stage of life just can't really comprehend that and I guess my dream is that they should start thinking about it from the financial standpoint and also like, wow, what could I imagine doing with all that time but if you think about it for just a second I, mean if kids start playing football or baseball, let's stick to football for a second one there. In the Pop Warner League, then they play a high school then they go into college and then maybe they go. Into, the NFL you know that's what their thought process all during those development years I mean isn't it hard to rewire yourself? If that's what you're you're thinking has been really is in, they've got a narrow focus and the key thing about rewiring your to rely on a start thinking about how do you rewire your mindset and you're thinking before you can really begin to think, wow, what else is that I can really do and I think that that's one of the key that when you've been wooed when you've been. Recognized for this talent and people have been telling you your terrific. You really focused. You're always been coached to do something I think one of the shocks are probably GonNa have to sit back and say, wow, now I might have to really be doing this for myself in the future and I think that's one of the big things for people you know when you're maybe leaving that field to begin to realize it's GonNa Focus more on me making it happen. Now, the other thing to Jerry that I've always thought. was. A little bit unfair is, is that as we're moving through our college years, if we're not an athlete, then we start preparing for our professional career. Maybe we in turn some place maybe we start a networking a little bit that's not the case with athletes. So again, are they at a disadvantage when all of a sudden either the through retirement or through forced retirement because of an injury or they just simply get cut from squad that thing just simply are not prepared to to get on with their lives? What you're addressing makes me then say that they're not doing that you know they they've got the team but also recognize that conveyed that some role models they've seen some other guys who have gone on. So this to me is an important stage to begin to say now, wait a minute I am going to.

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"Quotes that have been made at all the earth days since nineteen seventy one and you can see all the stuff that hasn't come true. Look I get that it's not sexy to say that climate change is going to progressively cause more and more problems or whatever. But Science may very well save US I don't care whether or not climate change is caused by humans because humans are causing the climate to become intolerable to them than humans will die off and the ecosystem will fix us up. That's ecosystem to the these liberals are all about Oh we have to stop climate change your literally a conservative at this point trying to maintain this world exactly how it is instead of allowing it to continue throat thriving, involving, changing you're oh, the great reefs of floor. Of Australia are GONNA die okay. That's fine. But two hundred years from now there's probably going to be a great report Florida who knows things are constantly changing don't be so attached to this exact moment in time for how things exactly are figure going to make these sweeping great changes to it just took a serve what is maybe we will wipe out massive amounts of forests maybe we'll calls a number of desserts and so doing other things will change to adapt to that and life will go on if humans are fit to continue existing because they destroyed the climate that they need in order to survive that. Let us die. So. I wouldn't take quite the the the hard line that you're taking their but I will say this that mother Earth will adapt. I'm not worried about her either What I would say is that a scientists need to get better at their messaging and if they're going to fail to do that and they're going to continue to allow bombastic lunatics to do their messaging for them, they will continue to reap the consequences. And I have to agree I mean Al Gore. Like you said, how many times have the world been predicted to end right? It should've, yeah. BITCOIN is dead and climate change. It's going to kill us by two thousand fourteen. I need to go check out I. Need to go check out a an inconvenient truth again to see what has been predicted in what has hasn't it's been a while I've been a long time. So we could you know sit back and chuckle about these things but you know it's I I would say that it's a good idea for people to look into renewable resources, nuclear power of these thorium salt reactors, the meltdown proof salt reactors. There's so much that can be done here. But at this point, the the leftists are picking solar and wind as their winners. The the righties are saying coal because we need the votes you know and nobody's really got the right ideas. The quakers were are out protesting at nuclear power plants and all that damn thing about nuclear power and they don't belong out there giving their opinion. But this is the problem in a democracy. Every aget gets one vote. And often don't have any knowledge about the people are voting for or the issues that they're voting on. Well, the system and it just keeps getting worse Obama was the most opaque administration up to his point, and now the trump administration's more opaque than the Obama Administration and it's GonNa get likely to be worse and worse as time goes by the you know when you when you have these systems, how if Hillary Clinton is calling everything top secret how can I A- voter remember we the people the whole concept that we are the government remember when they told you that dumb crap in school can you be the government and not know the fax? Yeah. I mean if the king imagine for a second that the Kingsmill, the kings courtiers are all telling him bullcrap all the time he never has the truth. Well, how can his edicts possibly be of any use? That's nonsense you. We are not the government. No. Of course demonstrably is not. So it this representatives don't actually represent anything but themselves, right? Right. We're stuck in stuck in the dark being fed BS and growing mushrooms. It should bother people that during the debate I said, this earlier nuclear energy wasn't brought up right where all the environment environmentalists that care about nuclear energy and want to see it happen. That's that's almost close to zero carbon emissions as you can get one too. It's a lot safer in twenty twenty than it was in the eighties during her noble and in Fukushima in Japan you know like there's ways to do it that are so much more efficient now so much safer and if you want if you WanNa talk about energy independence, that's how you do it. You know and that's something that both the. Left and the right can get behind. But for some reason, our politicians don't WanNA talk about it at all from the left or the right, and that just blows my mind will the politicians show themselves in the feet there because they did they went hardcore against nuclear energy because of environmental concerns right now, they can't reverse that for environmental concerns because I've already made their position clear, it wouldn't be the first time someone one, eight, eight, their position though so thorium salt reactors are also called meltdown proof salt reactors and I think that that's you know that's a nice word that makes people feel a lot better. The reasons are basically the too good arguments against nuclear power is Is, that the music that I hear it is I'll I'll hit it here in the second. All right. 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Forestry management in a proper way years ago, and so now they've got an epidemic of Fires Yup if you leave all kinds of dead wood laying around what happens when a spark comes along, you know I mean that's just stupid. A I I would agree with you one hundred percent forest management is a responsibility, and if you think that you're doing the environment a favor by not managing forests, you don't know anything about forests the idea that people that city folks believed that somehow they know best how to manage forests because they spent three seconds thinking about whether or not a tree should be cut down they just it's it's absolutely ridiculous and don't forget They're blaming the hurricanes on climate change but just a few years ago there were no hurricanes for like ten years there were no really sort of big. Nobody was talking about there aren't any hurricanes because of climate change I. Mean at this point, everything that happens is the result of Climate Change Donald Trump and whatever it just keeps on keeps rolling. That's exactly. But let me tell you one thing that we do need to worry about. Okay. Here in the next I don't know few days week or whatever. There is actually an asteroid that the earth is going to capture and we're going to have an extra moon for a little while it's like the size of the semi truck or something or other, and they say that it will eventually break out of orbit or else follow the earth and you know it'll go ahead and come and. But we sit. Semi. Truck. Yeah, that's nothing to be concerned about it. Survived. The atmosphere. Yeah. Is wanted in two thousand and twenty nine. It's name deposits. That if the earth catches that thing we're done for. So you know we need to look at the we need to look at the whole bit picture and a lot of this climate change thing is focused in a political fashion. Okay. To raise dollars because Taliban had his corporation all set up so he could do carbon credits. If he got elected president, we'll get spot that didn't happen and he didn't make any great big money off it, and that a lot of this has to do with cash dollars and moves gonNA, make the profit out of all this climate change via follow the money. All the money and and one of them saying though is if you want something that really you should embrace as young people, it would be science and space because one of these days one of those asteroids is actually going to be because the process is bigger than the one that killed the dinosaurs. No just snake about that one kid's. Nuke it. All right. Thank you so much for the call. Rick you're not wrong and this is also why I don't care about climate change. I'm looking at the big picture here of humans expanding out there colonizing the universe if we don't survive to that point because we killed ourselves here on earth that is ipso facto proof that we did not survive evolutions tests and were not fit to exist at the firm. No level, one society or something like thought stages. Yeah. Statewide did name escapes me to people like what what can we do about climate change I don't care whatever humans has a whole about climate change is going to determine whether or not human survive. If they don't survive, they felt pollution's tests and they deserved it. If they do survive wonderful, I would prefer to survive. But that's up to humans. I think the idea that we should be worried about the these asteroids coming in heading earth is kind of trivial to because it's like, what are we going to do? Anyway you WANNA take nine of the world's best drillers take out of the astronauts and six months and Ben. Stiller. Ben Stiller Ben Affleck will be there it'll be great. No I mean maybe must handle that for us that'd be great and there are people that are probably thinking about that and I'm hoping that there's money going towards it. If that's anything to take away from this is that people should be upset that they're not allowed to manage their own tax dollars, right? Like we should have more money go into space exploration. Aren't we explain why is it every bit of human energy being spent exploring and colonizing space? Now we know what's out there. It's waiting on us what the hell are we doing bickering here on Earth we're waiting for Elon Musk to make better batteries as the honest answer to that question I think screw your climate, change me better planet they're out there put money into that. Yeah. Yeah. Well, there are a long ways away. These holds GEICO's were too busy dropping bombs on one another and kneeling on people's necks in the streets to actually focus on the things that matter people earth will die earth will be destroyed. Or are we ever going to stop bickering long enough to get off of this rock right? We need to think about earth like a raft right limited resources limited space pretty vulnerable like we need to get to the point where you know we can touch another position. Say All right now we've got a space over there that we can get to if we need to you need to hedge your bets with you one hundred percent. Yeah, right. Now all of the eggs in the basket I realized is still a huge technological gap from where we are to where we need to be but we're not taking any steps toward getting where we need to be. We haven't actually done any actual space exploration with a human being I'm not sure the sixties that far off if if what we really wanted to do was do some space exploration. So the there's this concept called a slow train. and rather than the idea of superlight travel to get us from here to you know Alpha Centauri or whatever. The the next place that has You know an ex exo. Live. Habitable EXO planet in it is. Whatever the case may be the ideas that you would create essentially a small world upon which. People would travel live and die as the human species traveled from one location to the next, and then you know you'd have this this this generation that was ready. You know they were trained the whole time you're going to be doing this whatever this is once you get to this planet to help you know the colonization and that sort of thing. So we could do that pretty much now it'd be interesting to see what kind of societies would spring up on these I think from an economic perspective I heard. Something about this and the amount of resources it would take to build. That thing would would would wipe us all out in the given circumstances and another thing I do want to shift to is like you were saying Aria like we should be putting our money towards this. One thing that we did do right is we privatize space travel, right so now we see Elon Musk guys like him that are doing amazing things with rockets they're setting this up for this you know and the government does subsidize him a lot so. It's happening but like I agree it needs to be happening at a bigger level like we need to get kids excited about space exploration what we need to start thinking about this on a larger cultural level. Grandly, the moment we realized that there were other planets out there many of which have water many of which are habitable. That is the moment we should have dropped everything and focused all of our energy on that. We're such a small minded narrow, stupid little species to be sitting here arguing about taxes and says. That when there is a satire freaking universe out there and we're just so convinced of our own significance that we think that this crap going on here on earth matters and there's this great big universe out there. That's just laughing at us and mocking guessing throwing asteroids at us because we're too stupid to get our crap together. This is my favorite planet. I like this one and it's really convenient favorite because this is the only one you have. It's well yeah, and it's the easiest one to get to that has oxygen. But. What if we could get you to gleason five eighty, one seamark? Maybe it would be your favorite planet. It's bigger. Musk's. Warmer. State, you prefer Florida. Climate or as climate goes, why don't we give you a planet? WHO's climate? You prefer better eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. What if you could cut your heating bills this winter with your existing wood burning fireplace and not spend thousands doing it. 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If this crap continues they're going to have the. Of A starship and not a captain and that hurts me in so many ways and this makes me so angry. I don't know about angry. Those my best shot I didn't catch. It makes me very disappointed because star Trek. Got It. Right? It's highly logical. Indeed. Let's go to the phones. We've got Perry calling from California Listening on K. T. O. X. Perry you're on free talk live. Thank you very much. What's on your mind what what what I want to say a moment ago they were saying about we are government that American people are the government and they're just a representative. was suggesting that that was the mythology that we were taught in school yes go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, actually you're absolutely Correct. The American people are supposed to be the government absolutely hundred percent. However. over the years the problem is the government has gotten bigger and bigger and bigger and making me more and more laws, and it's totally taken away our liberties. And The problem is, for example, both political parties are corrupt. I don't care if the Democrat or Republican, they're both up however the Democrats. Now what the largest government we've ever had in the history of the United States they want the most spending and taxing actually if the American people were stopping use commonsense. Common, sometimes. They they would figure it out that all of these. Programs and bureaucracies create. To give us everything free you know like college and and. This could. Drugs. PRESCRIPTION DRUG HEALTH COBB Yeah And it goes on and on for the whole world by the way you're GonNa say illegal you get. Well the thing is that's why they don't want you to have an idea when you vote the Democrats because they know that a lot of the people that are from other countries they're not legal they'll. They'll vote they didn't California when Governor Brown Cuban driver going. I agree with him on that I don't care if they're here legally or illegally. If there's going to be a state apparatus in place that rules over them, they should be able to exercise some level of control over that political apparatus. I would take the opposite of that and I would say that look you're never gonNA have freedom from borders if you if you allow people control people from outside to control an internal apparatus I. Mean you know we are humans and humans believe in group out group and The the fact is is that voting has power at least mass and I don't want anything to do with a system where you can just wonder on in and the only thing there. There are places in the United States where the only thing they do. That's productive that they to vote they vote themselves money all of the time and it ain't pretty. Sure places are called the south and other. Republican. States in some cases of course, these illegals are GonNa vote Democrat because there's no such thing as an illegal get. Okay what I'm just saying because they get everything pre the understand they get they get welfare they get food stamps they get stuff you know and I feel. Too Don't get me wrong. But the problem is we're twenty, seven three and in debt or whatever it is where we can't afford it all that. But. I did I'll just hurry up and go through whatever can tell you real quick. All the the I I'll just say you front I'm a I'm a constitutional conservative for trump and I'm I and last night on your base. For example, they should have you can have a conservative and associates. That's fine because the Democrats are socialist they think by the way that killed over. Those ideologies killed over a hundred million people have central on through. Killed a whole lot more it's all the same but the point I'm making is the point I'm making his they should have they don't cut off the mic I heard some of these commentators today they were staying with cut him off and all that would have been great nobody nobody's watching because it's more interesting to listen to. Free Lancing no. Yeah. It may have been interesting but it wasn't productive definitely wasn't It wasn't interesting to me. I watched it with the hope of seeing a real train wreck in and it just it was awful Frankly, it was the worst train wreck I've ever watched. I thought it was a ninety minute commercial for the Joe Jorgenson campaign Perry. Thank you so much for the call. Yeah I think meeting the Mike's would have been the way to go but you know they didn't they. They did what they did and I expected it to be hilarious. I was looking forward to watching it. In fact, we were listening to it during the breaks here because it was it was very funny. But once I got home last night and I sat down to eat and watch this nonsense. Five minutes in was all I could take. It was not funny. It was not entertaining. It was sad it was depressing. It was a train wreck for all of the wrong reason. Yeah. I kinda thought it was funny was just absurd to a to a ridiculous degree. Our last caller just now brought up another good point. These bureaucracies that get built people don't realize that that's a form of welfare to you know the government realizes that like. With all the regulation and all the bureaucracy they're placing on private industries, you know capitalism only works when it's uninhibited and if these companies can't grow themselves, and if new companies can be formed, you know you're going to continue to have these ridiculous unemployment numbers. We're seeing and a lot of the time and the Republicans are just as guilty of this too. They just do it in their own way but a lot of the time when these bureaucracies get formed, it's to create desk jobs to give people just. So you can get them off of welfare you know, and it's like at least they're being productive and sometimes you ask some of these people that work at a state level government like a lot of the time they just have these cushy jobs where they propose ideas to some supervisor and they go. That's great. Do some research on that and get back to me on what you find. Right they're getting paid to do that and it's been cases they listened to they said the office and they listen to. Each Other's playlists on their ipods and do nothing. Yeah I mean it's and then talk about how they can't get anything done. It's amazing. Yeah. I mean they don't want to get anything done. Right. We had the same issue here with the police system police weren't out there enforcing victimless crime laws. Then we wouldn't need any of the police that would be the same thing. They would just be sitting in their office waiting on victim crimes and Americans would very realized very quickly. Realized that, Hey, we don't actually need this many police officers. This is the whole issue that Andrew Yang. Ran On and I'm not a proponent of universal basic income but there isn't a lot of other solutions out there to what are we gonNA do when automation become so good that almost all the jobs are are being you know it's capable of being done by a small number of people. What are we going to? What are what is the common person going to do in that situation? About Star Trek, and one of the key things about that is that they could have literally anything they wanted just by saying they wanted it well wants a three D. Printer can print a three D. Printer. Yeah. Then you will have essentially What is wealth, right? So wealth is the ability to have the thing that you want when you want it and. I don't think we'll I. personally don't think we'll ever get to the point where we need to hand out free money because I think they'll be free stuff in the form of three printers. All you'll have to have as the raw materials which are probably significantly less costly and a lot easier to transport. So the you know the three D. Printer will print a three D.. Printer. For your person next door and you can give it to them and then they can go on three d printing the things that they need. But the lawnmower breaks you just print another lawnmower and You know put that one back in the recycling machine apart the need for it. Yeah. I'm buying three D. PRINTER I don't own one yet but like the idea of the individual. Production that's the end goal that we should all be going to have to rely on corporations to give us things and we shouldn't have to rely on the government to give us things. We should be able to do these things on our own and we're heading in that direction. I agree I like three D. printers for that reason I. Hope for the technology to continue evolving and expanding because right now. No, we can't three. D print eight, three printer, but we'll be able to in twenty years not if the government has its way you know I was twenty years ago waiting for those. You know the snacks that we're going to be so much better member lean. and. You know people runs. This sort of fat-list potato chip Kelly thing that they had going fat-list. Butter. It you know I don't know when it's going to happen that we have this sort of basic nutritional thing that sort of makes up all the stuff that we eat. But maybe maybe that'll come along I. Mean they've already got what soil which is this meal replacement that has all the stuff that you want to have in it and. It's an interesting idea. Well. Let's go to the phones Work David from New Mexico David you're on free talk live south. Island is it? Green. Well that was my first. Of Screen Yeah. Burkey do you just recycled that concept I gave you about a year or two ago about the Mercedes do you remember that one I don't but do steal ideas it's just my job to articulate them not to come up with. The I said we we needed to have the mindset that that to the point where Mercedes would be free. Hey, would you like Mercedes? There you go. About another? No. No I've got enough already. Because the there's an incident resource. It's just a matter of tapping mechanisms in order to David. You've got to stop waiting until the last segment to call in eighth. This has been freetalklive. Thank you so much for listening. We've got an archive over at freetalklive dot com going back more than ten years podcasts videos on Youtube. You can find all of that over at FREETALKLIVE DOT com. Remember when you first heard about Bitcoin, how long did it take you to realize this little projects would soon change the world the you kind of wish you had gotten involved sooner. 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So and Tyler you sat through the entire thing as well I did I had a watch party online with some friends and so we were commenting the whole time it was it was a good time. So mark, what is your takeaway from the nonsense? Well? I have three of them. So I did I did sit through the ninety minute commercial for the Joe Jorgenson campaign and I've never a been so happy the libertarian candidate was excluded from the debate because. Joe. Jorgenson being on that stage would have just been awful for her I mean you can't. You can't wrestle to pigs and not end up muddy. Number two I think that Chris Wallace deserves the Congressional Medal of freedom for putting up with that crap. And I think that. I and I really honestly the reason I sat down I took the time made sure was I thought for sure that this train wreck between these two crooked perverts will be a lot funnier and it was. Like it was just. It wasn't. It wasn't funny. It was an interesting none of it. It was just awful. Yeah over all it was funny but not the bits and pieces I saw there was no actual funny part. Now, I expected it to be one of the most glorious debates ever. Sad. It's sad and it's tragic that you know what happened last night. One of those two people is going to be the president of the most powerful country in the world. And everyone seems is. Party is yeah. I mean when Joe Biden for one thing, he could not handle a belligerent head of state. That is a good point. You know what's funny about it is too old men bickering and they're trying to talk over each other and that part is amusing until like you said, you realize that they're trying to figure out who's going to run the free world right and. It's it doesn't look promising either direction at all and. I think trump could have probably just let Biden made himself look bad right. He was already stumbling over his words he was slow to respond. He didn't need to be so aggressive but then ultimately, a lot of people are saying that he's picking up poll numbers and minority groups like Latino Communities and African American communities actually like trump for having been so aggressive. So it's kind of interesting to think that like maybe these maybe this is. The future of presidential debates they're not going to try and plead the case to the masses anymore of why vote for me, what they're trying to do is just rile up their base like trump doesn't care if he gets new voters because he knows he's not going to persuade anyone this late in the game maybe he just wants to get his base really fired up and get him out there so they can be active for him. Well on this subject who is his base because he was point blank last night to disavow white supremacy and help but notice he didn't. Well. So. That's what you asked me to disavow white supremacy I poor white supremacy. Right, so he was getting badgered the entire time through it do tonight tonight tonight, right like he'd never had a chance to do anything and then they moved on. There was never not. He tried to dodge the question they they pointed out for some clarity because exactly what do you mean when you say white supremacy when you're asking me to disavow it? This is some of the difficulty. So you know what do you mean and I think it's pretty obvious. So that's a primacy of white people. That's why he asked for a name and then he got the name proud boys, which makes me laugh because. The name. Michele Biden throughout proud boys during the pro are not racist white supremacy. There's a ton of minorities and proudly, right there's there's there's no evidence of that. So then you've got the Democrats all. Boys. They're all right. Same as Chris Carrawell Hitler's coming God. It's just so. You know the. Dear Rhett Amok goodness that man would not say what's premacy? He would even admit the what's exists I mean these are dog whistles right for the dog whistle was in not disavowing white supremacist with. No, it wasn't. It was a very simple very straightforward question. Will you disavow white supremacy donald trump didn't do it. He's done it multiple times. He doesn't have to do it on Q. Like a puppy that does tricks not he's not your dog wants to beat a president. He is a all the president and no, he's not. You don't understand what the president does. The president tells. US what to do not vice versa let him try mark I just say disavows white supremacy every single time it gets brought up it makes it look like he's actually in control of these white supremacist groups. He's not like nobody likes the white supremacist support them. It just so happens they pick things to support right and he knew Joe Biden was never going to answer the question about Antifa. Chris Wallace. Didn't even ask Joe. Biden about. It he moved on after asking trump that question and and then binds response was was just an idea. It's not an organization and it's like college is correct. We talked about this practices in idea it's not a national socialism is just socialist or nationalist what's the problem with it and then six million Jews die right? Like you can't say one is one and the other isn't look if I had issues with Antifa, I would disavow them. Right here I have no. Ashes and I disavow. You've got. Caller is I need you to calm down dear. I'm just saying that the all this stuff is nuts this whole. What's not just having a president who won't disavow it multiple times I did it last night? He didn't do it on cue for you. The way you wanted it done. No, he told you. He told the pro boys to stand by stand down and stand back. No, he says standby. Okay. Fellaini immediately started talking about how big of a problem and was and you want to stand their independence it's not that big a deal. What's not that big of a deal so so you side with trump on this effective I side with trump that he did not. The question was not answered I mean basically hurting trumpcare here. What did you do? You immediately jump to Antifa this is the point. No will you brought This is the point that I tried to make is that trump was badgered. And he was asked one got well, that's not the way it was. It wasn't like. Here's the question. Now answer he asked for some clarity and then Biden jumps in and then Wallace. Tend to tell him to answer the question that we have to the question answer the question. Dodging the question that's not being badgered that's being held to a debate I think I think it was it was biased against trump I think Joe Biden got softball questions but I don't think any of the questions were really that relevant like why was nuclear energy never brought up during the debate and why was healthcare barely brushed upon like trump could point out that he's bringing down drug prices and they barely let them talk on that and then Joe Biden never brought up anything about healthcare. It like that's the thing with these. These debates now is that it's not just about what people are talking about on the Internet the whole white supremacy thing to me that's just like a boogeyman right and like you know again, the I mean, let's not get into whether relate hello white supremacists who is sentenced he had a sense. Either say, it's a non issue. Well, I think what I'm saying is I think when you look at the news right now, you don't see a bunch of white supremacy out there flipping cop cars and burning down private property and causing problems in the inner cities and he tried to point that out and they didn't let him I'm not saying, Wyoming not a problem I'm saying that like out of all the issues that the president needs to be talking about during the debate or the you know the potential president is well, there's. A lot more serious issues that aren't being brought up, and that's what bothered me. The whole thing is a dog and pony show. It's just a Circus Act at this point and it's really sad I agree with that assessment, there are definitely more important things to be discussed. I mean like white supremacy doesn't touch the vast majority of Americans lives. If it does touch your life, I suspected touches at a very important way for you. But I suspect it doesn't touch very many people's lives in reality whereas you know things like. Healthcare covid a nuclear energy. I'd love to hear a politician talk about that because none of them do so well. Yeah. They all seem to dodge it on both sides. It's weird. It's the greenest form of energy out there, and then suddenly we can't have it and stuff now well, the government should be involved in what types of energy private companies can utilize him which ones they can't but it does the government really need to be involved in people's view of race I mean. No, I'm not saying he should outlaw white supremacy either I don't think he should. But all I wanted was for him to answer the question I understand and I think if you go back and watch it that there's a lot of badgering going on and then they just move on that. He never really had a chance to answer the question and he's answered it before. So I am unmoved if I thought for a second, that trump was an actual. 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But are you willing tonight to condemn white supremacists and militia gropes and? He said day to stand down and not bad to the violence and a number of these cities as we saw in Kenosha and as we've seen in Portland. I would say almost everything I see is from the left-wing not from the right. Now, what are you? What are you saying? I'm willing to do anything I want to see do it Sir do it says the see piece you WanNa call them what do you want to call him give your name give me. Roy assess unripe pro. Black and stand by but I'll tell you what I'll tell you what somebody's got to do something about Antifa and the left because this is not a right-wing. He tells the proud to stand by Steinbeck and standby, and then he immediately says industry has to do something about Antifa that was almost a command to the proud boys to do something about Antifa. I did not view it that way I stanford someone needs to do something about Antifa. That's a pretty clear. The mass to say stand down right so that he said stand back and stand by which are a lot like down especially by very different by injured old man wait for your next instruction I. Understand there's former military, right? Yeah standby. I'll take I'll I'll take that I will I'll even say that that might have been yeah. Like some kind of like concession to the proud boys on trump's part maybe right. But here's the thing the proud boys aren't even white supremacists right there just a right wing activist group and the problem that I have is that they're asking trump to tell the proud. Boys not to get involved even though the crowd boys have been involved at very minimal level. When you look at all the the the rioting and looting that's been going on from the left, and he's trying to point that out. Why should he have to tell these guys to stand down when Biden hasn't even said anything about ANTIFA and the thing that bothers me is the fact that Chris Wallace just never let him talk if he didn't say exactly what Chris Wallace wanted him to say he was gonNA keep interrupting him and that's what he did what me trump interrupted him while he was asking the question. Again, this was a What s show I think is probably the best way to describe Washer, however. If this thing we're going to focus on I just go ahead and say, let's quantify property damage done by the left wing and the right wing in the last six months. Both of you are basically saying, yes, trump is bad but hillary's worse. So I'm voting for trump I'm not white supremacy is bad. The thing the rioting is also bad I. Don't know why either of you are having a hard time saying that a lot of the white supremacist, the rioters. ANTIFA when the question is explicitly about disavowing white supremacy a lot of people who are rioting believe that white supremacy is going on right now and Their ways of articulating our substandard now, maybe there is about right. It's we're talking about disavowing white supremacy. That's what you're talking about what the question was literally about. Well he's No the question was you've said a lot about Joe Biden saying things about Antifa but you will you be willing to tonight sure it's biased framing way share he's willing to, but then he did it and he was Like I, don't know why he didn't like he has to write this down verbatim the way you want it written down the his name to it's I mean he said sure then he told the bureau I'm willing to do. This is not the same as doing it. You stand that darn close to it's not because there's no actual action there I. Say, sure I'm willing to come out to your house and cut your grass mark that doesn't mean I'm GonNa come to your house and cut the grass disavowing is like coming out to my house and cutting the grass it takes less time so you can just say short and be done with it trump Seti. Consequential, because he'd has done it. Took is are you willing to do this and trump said sure I'm willing to do it but he didn't do it. He did. He told the proud boy stand-down standby someone needs to do something about Antifa way. Really gave them a command. Yeah. All right. There's no other way. To. Admit to, but that's literally what he said. We can play it again if you need to back is not an an action to move forward right? It's not by someone needs to do something stand back is. A command alright. So What trump did was he asked, alright. What name of what group do you want me to disavow? asking. It doesn't cost her F- that went on for fifteen seconds of. Rock well, when it comes to Antifa what group specifically give me a group, you want me to disavow Ben the workers we're talking about disavowing ideas and not groups here. Sure. If you want to disavow something, I need you to disavow anything I'm just I'm playing the same game that you're playing. Okay. If you want me to keep us an idea what exactly do you want me to denounce their? So why are you? Supremacy then, right? Yes. Okay. ANTIFA all the time. And is not an idea as much. As An. What group give me the name of group. Mar ANTIFA ANTIFA not a group. It's an idea. Supremacy is a group. It's not it's an idea though. All I know is if I Dot Com come up with Joe Biden campaign. Okay. So there you go. I don't think that has any relevance to the question I asked give an organization. That is Antifa for me to disavow. Can you do that? Apparently, not thank you. Will you disavow all the protesters that are using the banner of Antes Tika to justify the violence they're committing? There's a difference between protesters and rioters I will absolutely disavow the rioting and destruction of damage and destruction of people's lives. But I think that that's that's what's going on and I think that that's what the president's upset about I mean again, I don't think he that Joe, Biden saying one thing or the other really makes a difference I think that all the Mt Rioters or whatever. WE'RE GONNA call these folks that. Rioters. All right. All the rioters I mean they could call themselves not season or would it make Nazis that all the rioters that are going that are burning things down that are going to vote vote period are GonNa vote for Biden and it wouldn't matter if Joe Biden said every single one of them was a lily livered coward it wouldn't make the least bit of difference he would've said dog face ponies. Older whatever want to whatever it is it just doesn't matter. so by that exact same reasoning mark, what did Donald? Trump had to lose by saying yes I disavow the ideas of white supremacy because his white supremacist voters were going to vote for him. Anyway I really liked him to say that because the left media has just been banging on this drum all day because it's the only thing they've got they've been. Devout twice right there in living audio you heard it disavowed twice no, he did it. He said you're good enough for you. It's not good enough for the reporters. It's good enough for me and because you're knowing your ignoring how communication work she says she I'm willing to I'm not GonNa vote for Donald Trump at a person the middle like I'm not going to vote for either one of these crooked perverts and I will not stand by while you. Lie. About one of them that's how I see it. Well, you heard the clip this talk live free talk live is aired on nearly two hundred radio stations throughout the week, and we've been doing this for almost eighteen years. 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It's easy to get confused today we continue pastor rick new series called talking about stuff that matters in this series Rick Shears Biblical truths and practical advice that will help you and your family grow in your faith make important decisions and find significance in the God who created you in just a few Moments we're going to tell you about an amazing opportunity to come alongside this ministry in our efforts to see lives change through the Gospel you can find out more by going to pastor Rick Dot Com while you listen to the message or by texting the word daily two, eight, hundred, six, hundred, five, thousand, four, that's pastor Rick Dot com or daily two, eight, hundred, six, hundred, five, thousand four right now here's pastor rick with part two of a message called four mean healthy friendships. I Corinthians Five, nine to eleven. Paul says, you know what I told you not associate with people who indulge in sexual send I wasn't talking about unbelievers who indulgent sexual sin because you'd have to leave this whole world devoid all of them. What I meant was associated with anyone who claims to be Christian. And yet indulges in sexual sin or is greedy or abusive, or gets drunk don't even eat with such people why? Because they're a bad witness Because they are bad representation of Christ. Any of those four things he says is not a good representation of Jesus and if you call yourself Christian and you hang out with somebody else who claims to be a Christian. But his acting in a non Christ like way because that's problem. So those are some people were to stay away from, but the Bible also has a lot of positive advice on the kind of. People you should choose as your closest friend and pastor. Kurt is going to come and talk about that. Welcome him. I'm not a I'm not sure if you caught it a moment ago but rick gave us all a homework assignment. Did you did you know he gave us homework assignment if you weren't paying attention in class I'M GONNA. Put The homework assignment backup on the screen if we can put the picture of the circles back up on the screen and if you have a phone. Zones that graphic circles take out your phone and take a picture of that take a picture of that, and that will remind you as you're scrolling through your your photos are looking your phone that writ gave us an assignment and that is to at some point in the near future to do some evaluating of our friendships and who's in what circle and do we like what we see because our friends have a great influence on. Now, Rick has spent some time talking about casual close and I want to spend a little bit of time. Today is talking about who do we choose as those core friends rick mentioned the closer they are the more influence they have on us. We've only got room for a handful of core friends, men and women friends who make a strong impact and have a close influence our lives the question is okay. Well, how do I decide? WHO SHOULD BE A core friend? Especially, if they're going to have some extra influence now again, there's all sorts of qualities, all sorts of important qualities that we should consider when we're picking our core friends I'm going to focus on three that scripture seems to give a little bit attention to. So here are three qualities to look for in your four friends. I choose friends who encouraged me spiritually choose friends who encouraged me spiritually I Cecil Alliance five eleven says this encourage one another and build each other up now here's the thing. This verse is talking about compliments. There's a difference between compliments and encouragement compliments are nice but they tend to be shallow. Comment occurred your teeth look really shiny tonight, right? That's a compliment Kurt. Ball last time I saw you. Thank you. That's nice. I'm glad you said that but that's not encouragement. That's a compliment. Encouragement are themes that go a little bit deeper a little bit further below the surface encouragement matters a little bit more and carries more significance than a compliment. And God wants us to surround ourselves most core friends with people who are a source of encouragement. Now, the dictionary defines encouragement this way the action of giving someone support confidence or hope that's encouragement the action of giving someone support confidence or hope I like this other definitions, a lesser known definition of encouragement at simply this. To fill the heart. Encouragement is to fill the heart when you give somebody support. When you give somebody confidence. When you're a source of hope what you're doing is you're filling their heart. A couple of quick examples on was in high school and college. One of my core friends we had this group of core friends and like what happens a lot of friendship circles there's always one that seems to kind of miss out on the information. This was back when you actually had to pick up a phone that was attached to a cord that was attached to the wall and make a phone call, and so because of all the effort that went into being good friends back in the day. This one friend would always get left out, and for some reason when he was left out, I was a person he would call and there was almost this routine in our friendship. Where we would go out and do something we would forget about our one friend and I would get the phone call and it would go something like this bring bring hello hey kerr. I heard you guys went to Disneyland last night. It didn't invite me real cruel chump and hang up click. Through agreeing pay Kerr. I heard you guys were the movies last night. Didn't invite me real. Cool. chump click. On it was a routine I was so afraid of I couldn't do anything without upsetting my friend for him. Not being included Free Pay Kerr I. Heard you full did your underwear last night. Didn't invite me real. Cool. I mean no matter what we did if he wasn't included, it was this issue. and. Start Thinking about encouragement and I had to make the decision. Is My friend somebody who gives me support confidence and hope. Or is it a source of tension? As I evaluated my circle of friends. I had to make a decision that maybe that's not somebody want in my core circle he didn't feel my heart. One of my good friends right now Eddie lives. In Atlanta, we hardly ever see each other and yet every time whether it's for coffee or an extended weekend together when I'm in Atlanta, he's here business. If I spend five minutes, fifty minutes, five hours with Eddie. I walk away and my heart. Is Full. He just has a way of encouraging and supporting me in breathing confidence in my life. Those are the kind of friends that God says you should have closest to you. So choose friends who encouraged me spiritually is he part of feeling lonely and as Pastor Rick. So perfectly set up this this whole topic loneliness is a big big struggle. In fact, current statistics say that sixty five percent of twelve to seventeen year olds sixty, five percent. Experienced loneliness on a regular basis. It's a big deal and part of this loneliness that we feel is because our hearts are filled up. We still only because we don't have the kind of friendships that fill our hearts, we have friendships that are full of some of these other negative things at pastor rick encouraged us to avoid. Here's a second quality. In your core friends, it's a choose friends who consistently support me emotionally choose friends who consistently support me emotionally I love this first proverbs seventeen seventeen says this a friend loves you all the time do me a favor and underlying that all the time a friend leads you all the time like a brother born to help in trouble. Now it's been said that a true friend and how you judge your true friends is a true friend walks in with everybody else walks out. That when you're going through trouble, you know your friends by the people who walk in your life versus the people who tend to walk out. So what does it look like to walk in to somebody's life? Here's what walking in means you might just jot these down someplace walking in means saying I'm here with you not just for you know the difference. I'm here with you not just hey, if you need anything I, know you're going to serve time. If you need anything I'm here for you. When you see I'm here for you you're putting all the burden on them. To reach out to you in their moment of need when you say I'm here with you. What you're saying is I'm going to be proactive I'm GONNA walk this journey with you. I will be with you every step of the way and you look for ways to model that you're there with them. Walking in means listening the best emotional support that you can give somebody is usually just sit and be quiet. When people were going through a tough time. Less words more listening. Saying I'm here with you means, I'm listening to what you have to say. And I'm willing to be with you in it. Walking in means serving your friends walking in means serving your friends looking for ways to proactively be an emotional support, a physical support, whatever it is that they might need you to be third shoes friends who challenged me to think, oh, this is the tough one. This is a tough. Honest with me and just just the two of us. Just mean you. I don't like this one. I don't like this one. That God wants me to choose friends who challenge me to think proverbs. Thirteen twenty says if you keep company with Weiss, France, you'll become wise. But if you make friends with foolish people in your life will fall to pieces. You see I like to be friends with people who kind of think like I do I like to be friends with people who have some of the same dumb beliefs dumb opinions strange world I like people who were like me and when somebody starts pushing up against that. I have a tendency to fight it. I don't want to be challenged come on. If you're really my friend just just kind of agree with me put up with me I'm kind of half baked and dumb I did sometimes and you should be okay with that dumb and dumber. Great movie great movie. Not a good recipe for healthy friendships. Right. Dumb and dumber doesn't make for healthy friendships. I. Need People in my life you need people in your life who are willing not in an argumentative judgmental way. But friends who are willing to call you on your stuff. Iron sharpens iron. One of my very best. Core friends is actually the gentleman that co wrote the book with me and if you, WanNa. Say three or four most important life issues mark and I would agree. One, hundred percent of the time. On those three or four corps life issues. Of the three or four million nonessential life issues mark and I would disagree about ninety nine point, nine percent of the time. We just see things differently we've experienced our faith differently we've raised our kids differently the way he and his wife navigate things is different than the way my wife and I navigate things he has two children that their exact same age as our kids the way they've raised their kids is different. In the way we've raised our kids and we have had over the years these passionate, wonderful challenging stretching confusing conversations. And moments and times where we'd get either I and need a knee and say, Bro, here's what I think about that. Here's on seeing. Here's where I differ and the result has been wonderful. It's been wonderful I'm a better dad because he's challenged me I'm a better husband because he sees things differently about marriage than I do better follower of Jesus because he his. Experienced, his faith in some ways that are different than my journey added this this layer of richness in this layer of depth to my life. The easy thing and friendships surround yourself with like minded people. Birds of a feather flock together. That's the easiest route to take the road of least resistance but if you want rich meaningful life giving. Heart filling relationships I would encourage you to take God's advice and choose friends who challenge you to think now that homework. That homework that Rick mentioned is something I'm GonNa ask you to do is as we're kind of moved through some some more parts of messages this week. This week some time. I'm going to ask you to take a look at that picture maybe draw out on a Napkin or a piece of paper right out those casual friends. Right. Out The close friends and regardless of these three things take a look at who you put in your core friend category and ask yourself dude these people do they encourage me spiritually? Do they support me emotionally and do they challenged me to think. Thanks. Let me give you a sentence to write down the kind of summarize everything curtain I trying to say my best friends should bring out the best in me. My best friends should bring out the best in me if they're not bringing out the best in you, they're not really your best friends somebody else should be your best friend if your best friends aren't bringing out the best they're not your best. So write that down and when you're looking at your friendships. Evaluation that. Think about that are these my best friends? Are they bringing out the best in me or not? You're listening to pass to Rick's Daily. Hope. Rip will be back in just a moment with the rest of today's lesson. If you'd like to reach out to rick to let them know how this broadcast has blessed. You go ahead and email him at rick at Pastor Rick Dot Com that's rick at Pastor Rick Dot com over the last several months we've all experienced worldwide changes and events that have impacted us in profound and. Sometimes. Unimaginable ways for many of us. Those changes will impact our lives for years to come pastor. 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Dot. com or the word daily two, eight, hundred, six, hundred, five, thousand, four thanks very much there only two days left to become a partner in hope and receive your special. Thank you gift. So don't wait. Once. Again, here's Rick. Now. Let's switch gears and talk about the opposite and that is this. Here's another sentence you might run right down. To have great friends. I must be great friend. My right down down. That's where we're going. Now the next part of this message to have great friends I have to be a great friend. I. Can't expect people to be to me when I'm not being to them. and. So whatever I want. Other people to do with me I need to do with them you will attract what you are. If you're a great friend guess what you will attract. Great friends. So. That's a factor that we need to look at. Now let's look at eight building blocks on how to be a great friend according to the Bible according to God says he's always going to be right. So let's just go through these eight. I'm going to take some of them Kurtz GonNa take some of them number one, the building blocks of close relationships eight factors for forming friendships number one be cheerful greet people with a smile. Now, that may seem obvious but when you take a friend for granted, often don't smile at him. There is an enormous power. In a simple, smile. A. Smile can change an atmosphere overnight instantly, it can change a room. The shortest distance between two people. is a smile. A, smile is a universal language. It is known all around the world. If you smile somebody else guess what they're going to smile back at you. You don't have to know their language but if you smile, they will smile it is the one thing that's understood besides the international finger of disapproval. Everybody knows that too. But. This is the better one that everybody knows. And that is if you spiraled somebody, they're gonNA smile back. It's a universal language. The great thing about a smile it costs nothing but you can cheer up somebody who's having a tough time just by smiling at that clerk at that grocery store stock person at the anybody you come across with walking down the street, you know the post office person or whatever. Studies have shown that when you smile you actually become cuter. Well there you go. You don't have to lose that weight after all starts, violin? If you smile you will be more attractive study after study after study. Say That when a person smiles, they instantly become more attractive. I don't think so. That wasn't a smile that was a grin. I think Sour Puss Christians are an insult to the joy of God. They looked like they were baptized in vinegar. You know. And it just go come on I mean they're just walk around with these long phases there embarrassment and how many of you are happy. Can I see your hands you're really happy how many of you are thrilled that you're safe and you're going to heaven. All right. Okay. Notify your face. You, know it only takes seven muscles to smile. It takes forty two frown. If you're frowning, you're wasting a lot of energy. Now notice what the Bible says. Proverbs fifteen verse thirty a cheerful look brings joy to the heart. Now, here's an interesting thing about that verse we think the opposite a cheerful heart brings a smile to the face. But the Bible says the opposite. A cheerful heart brings a smile to face, but this I says. A cheerful face. A cheerful look brings joy to the art. Did you know that your facial muscles can change the mood of your heart? That when you don't feel happy. If you'll just start smiling. It will change your mood. I guarantee study after scientific studies have shown that when you actually start smiling. Then, it'll actually change your mood. I can't tell you how many times I've been driving the church to preach on Sunday morning. And I didn't feel like preaching. I just like to stay home watch football. That I've already done that few time. So how about now somebody and what I do I just started smiling. And look at myself in the mirror. started. Smiling. That guys happy. Guy He's really by the time I get here. I'm ready to smile a whole view. We think your heart has to change before you. Smile. God, says, if you start smiling, it'll change your heart. Okay. So when you get up in the morning just Forcing that smile in your face. Now, by the way while you're at, it used friendly language look at this next verse, the Lord is pleased with what? Friendly words circle that did you know anytime you say a friendly word to anybody. To be some kind of witness. It's just a friendly word. God is pleased. The Lord, is pleased with friendly words Proverbs Fifteen, twenty, six, you know. The problem we have today is. The world seem to be getting crankier and crankier. Would you agree with that? It just seems like everybody's in a cranky mood and. Nobody wants to be a friend with a prank. person. I heard this week about a cranky cantankerous guy who came into. A. Flower shop a florist, and he was all upset because they've gotten the order wrong and he said I got my order. Wrong. You made a mistake. I ordered flowers for my friends knew housewarming and you sent a bouquet that said rest in peace. And he was just being cranky and. I turned to him and I said, well, just think about somewhere there's a graveside that says I hope you enjoy your new location. You got a problem. You think that's the problem. Somebody's gotTA worse. Problem than you do. So just start off smiling you'll make friends just by smiling. If, you'll just you know do that and I know that's Kinda hard but you can learn to do that number to. Be Comfortable second key to being building friendships be comfortable, relax and be yourself. A second key to building great friendships relax and be yourself be comfortable with you. He said but rick. If I be me, they might not like the real me. Well. If they're not gonNA like real you, they're never going to be your friend in the first place. And if they don't like real you, they don't deserve to be your friend. And if they don't like the way, you really are they're not worthy of your friendship. So any person you have to be somebody different than who you are to be their friend is not a friend. They're not a friend. So if you can't just be who you are, then you don't WanNa miss a friend. They aren't worthy as a friend and they're never going to be your friend in the first place. So go ahead and be yourself, and that pretty quickly will determine who's a real friend and WHO's not. You have to love yourself before you love anybody else. You have to you're worthy. If you missed last week's message on identity, go back and listen to that about that. You have something significant to give to the world. Go back and listen to that again in on those five reasons why? You can feel good about you. This is pastor Rick Daily Hope. 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Welcome to sixty six, forty, the ministry outreach of House and Quantity Institute today's Bible Teachers Dr Chuck Mesler connecting the Bible to your life and the world around you in today's study Dr Mesler continues his teaching on the Book of First Corinthians Chapter Ten. The cultural pattern in Israel was that a woman would not lose her hair in public except to identify herself as a prostitute. Strangely enough. And so. You may recall, of course, Simon Pharisee was horrified when a prostitute ordered entered his home and Jesus feet with her hair. But our hair coming down was was that was that was the implication of it presumably and so. John MacArthur likes to point out that the unique beauty of a woman is gloriously manifest the distinct the Feminazi portrayed by her hair and her attendance Feminine Customs Indeed. A woman is feminine to should celebrate. Her. Femininity. Covering here of course, eludes to an article clothing such as Vale Paul wants a woman to be distinctively feminine and thus fulfill the role that God has intended since creation. That's pretty straightforward. and. When He goes on interesting but if a woman have long hair, it is a glory to her for her hair is given her for a covering. So it's almost right to in in Song of songs you see that echoed several times, but if any man seemed to be contentious. We have no such custom neither churches of God. And I'm very intrigued with that because remember in proverbs thirteen. Tells US only by pride come with contention. If. There's contention that source is always pride. That's one reason we don't advocate participating in debates. Then people want me to debate this debate that I usually don't want him. Behind a debate is contention contention that root of that is pride. Somebody, who has a sincere question we try to answer it. But not not through contention. Contentious. That's one. Who loves. To argue. Paul is not time for anyone who's mind is set on debating an issue for the sake of argument. Paul frequently refers to all the to all the churches in the same regard and there's a handful of versus you can check down check out at your leisure. But now, the whole chapter you girls can relax off hairdos. Now we're shifting to the Lord's Supper. The Lord's supper is a topic that we dominates this chapter and this is where we're headed now. This letter records the earliest records of the Lord's Supper. Paul's letter was probably written earlier than the gospels that may surprise. You did when I first ran into that. So let's picking up in verse seventeen. Now in this that I declare to you I praise you not that she come together not for the better but for the worse. Ball's GonNa hit it right up front that the problem in this area is they're they're regarding it without the solemnity deserves. And so he's going to scold them and then explain it as we go here. There was frequently unseemly behavior there gatherings somewhere left Hungary some even drunk in the so-called was they were operating the using the Lord's supper. This was not a love feast. Says I I. Love This. He says first of all, when we come together in the church, I, hear that there'd be divisions among you I partly believe. Now, this first place they amuses me because here and elsewhere, Paul will say in the first place. And then he never goes on to talk about the second or third place. It's a phrase he throws in there but he he loses track of that apparently. You never listen a single one after the first of all. But. The worship services that we're dealing with here. Were generally held in private homes. Let's keep that in mind as we go. And and we need to do that more and it's my suspicion that we're going to increasingly have to. That the kind of services that are public and large scale are going to be increasingly hostile to the biblical believer that may surprise you. But that's what j Vernon McGee predicted several decades ago, and that's also what the history that was documented by. Age Broadbent in the. Church reveals. That the true believers since acts chapter two on met in small groups in homes, and we're invariably attacked by the local churches rather than supported by the. Surprisingly. Enough. But we'll go on here. During these gatherings, they read Paul's letters now this is very surprising but. then. They read Paul's Letters. That were given canonical status equivalent to the Test Test Old Testament scriptures. In those. Home meetings. In that first century, they read Paul's letters and regarded them as if they were God breathed. That may come as a surprise. But it's well-documented. In the Peter makes reference to that and others to so. We'll move on here. There were factions. Of course there are many different cultural social economic backgrounds representative in Corinth, Jews Greeks, Romans merchants, government officials, professionals living in spacious domes, as well as laborers and dockworkers living record Auk just like our own society, they had many different sectors groups. And the early translations of the new were in Latin Coptic Syriac reflecting the different linguistic and geographic developments. There was diversity in Corinth members, the metropolitan area, we all these different. So it's not surprising that they're they're having all the kinds of exposures we encounter in a modern metropolitan environment. But he goes on here. Now, I love this verse here this is a verse that Water Martin used to refer frequently. Verse. Who I think is eleven thousand nine hundred says for there must be also Harris's among. That that, which are approved maybe made manifest among you. Strange perspective. There must be Harry's among you. That they which are approved maybe made manifest. Okay. True believers. Tested by spiritual warfare. Should cut themselves off from societies that are inimical to the Gospel is what are you suggesting? But water used to use this. Verse to support another perspective he had. It's interesting to notice that when you find certain leaders that have followings that there isn't any one leader that has it all right on all points. You know some reader leaders are strong in prophecy others here there they all have their different strengths, but it's interesting that in general you can't find a one of the more accepted leaders in which you agree with everything. And I used to surprise me and Walter used to use this I to justify that. Is that must be also harasses among your show that which is approved may manifest his. He saw this verse saying. You always want to look to Christ not the leader. There are views I hold. That are may be wrong. You shouldn't be looking to me. To get your views to agree. You may want to know my views. As, a help to your own study, but your conclusions should be your own by study and my expressing my perspectives are intended to help you study not to sell you a particular perspective and we tried very hard in our materials to emphasize that. I will tell you what I believe in explain why I believe that but I don't want you to believe that because I do. I want you to believe whatever you believe by your own, study. Our dream here at Kfi is to strengthen you so that you are capable of finding your own way through the Bible. And do that with a High Herman Udi that is to take the Bible seriously infallibly in the originals and so on. So we really are here to sell a hermitic a theory of interpretation, not a particular perspective. Yes we're pre millennial for a lot of reasons. Yes. We're pre TRIB for some other specialize reasons but a lot of our people are not necessarily pre trip that's fine to. Be We. We are because we believe that, but that's not what we're not here to sell that point of view. We're here to help you find your in the scripture. Is Our belief that the more the higher your harmony is the more you'll be drawn in that direction, but that's not the point. The point is to equip you to come to conclusions and this I I remember watered using that and I thought that was very interesting. Why don't we move on I twenty? When ye come together therefore into one place, this is not to eat the Lord's supper. And they had these gop fees and axe and so forth they were hallmarks of the early church but they weren't what they should have been is the point. Says for an eating everyone take before the other his own supper and one is hungry and and how there's drunken he's not. He's not upset about them means the way they act in the meetings they're not conducting themselves in a proper way. and quickly degenerated into discriminatory and unsavory demonstrations. They didn't walk the talk during the meals. The rich driving earlier finish the best if not all often say she didn't drunk with slaves and laborers arriving late and going hungry. So policies saying that's no way to behave. He's not an instant of having the fees is against them the way they're acting in the face. So we continue to what have he not houses to eat drinking and despise you the Church of God and shame them have not. What should I say unto you shall I praise you in this I praise you not. See He's scolding them. Okay he's not scolding him as vigorously as he does his readers neighbors, but that's whole another story. Now, so you need to realize it some very prominent people were members of that church. The Roman Proconsul Surges Hollis. In Cyprus, Luke tells us was there the Merchant Lydia from via Tyra? Titus Justice in Corinth. These are prominent people that Luke record as being members in Corso. The coroner's Corinthian Church was a very prominent place and yet behaving terribly. The excavations nation corners by the way, show the dining rooms and could accommodate typically twenty to thirty people and the rest would have to stand in the Atrium courtyard. And first comers friends with the host likely to enjoy the dining rooms, the trick Glenham, but the best food leaving the residue summers. the, rich were despising the church by humiliating the poor. and. That's obviously inappropriate. He continues for I. Get this. This is important for I have received of the Lord that which also I delivered unto you. That the Lord Jesus same night in which he was betrayed took bread, and so this sounds familiar to you. I'm sure because many many pastors will open their Lord's supper from this. Eleven twenty three from this verse on to use it as a summary of the Lord's supper. That's why this may sound very familiar to you. Because this is a very frequently read, but there's a few things I wanNA point on. Pauses for I have received of the Lord that's pretty provocative. I have received of the Lord. Jesus communicated appalled directly on several occasions by the way that may surprise you. We don't think Paul is being yes. He was on the road to Damascus of course remember that in Arabia he was there what three years and then in three years in tarsus before Barnabus had come to any. So he had personal tutoring by the large Jesus Christ. Says for I've receiver Lord that which also I delivered unto you. So, he got this directly from copied from the gospels he got it directly from Jesus is the point he's making year. Okay. Now. There's another issue here. Is that the Lord Jesus the same night in which he was betrayed it says. In the imperfect tense. Wild being betrayed. His the night in which he was betrayed. No, it's not was pay. It's not past. Tense. That's which translated subtle era of the transportation. The same night in which while being portrayed. While he was administering. The Lord's upper, he was being portrayed at the same time. That's the pick that up. It's a subtly but important the Greek word is in the imperfect ends the deed was in progress at that time. On the very threshold of his coming ordeal. It was on. The whole thing all restarted he's administering the Lord's supper here. And when he had given thanks, he always says that I, he break it and said take. This is my body which is broken for you this new in remembrance of me. Now the accounts of Luke Twenty, two and twenty, six and mark fourteen virtually identical here. Centrally. The same. But this epistle may be the earliest strangely enough. Okay. And when he had given. Thanks, he always gave thanks before eating. That's one of the reasons we generally try to observe that ourselves. Okay he says this is my body. Now. It happens that that in the Greek is a new term. Not Masculine. which would have been if it was referring to the bread. When he says, this is my body he's referring to his body, not the bread. It represents. His body B- The bread represents the body, but his focus is is on the body, not the bread that's a subtlety in the Greek. That's not clear in the English you with me so far. Okay. Now there are all kinds of concepts that we find in churches that can try to confuse. This one is called Trans Substantiation. That's a dog from the Roman Catholic Church in some Christian churches still have it. The view that the bread and wine actually change in substance though not an appearance into his body and blood they actually think it changes to blood and that's what they mean by trench. There's very ancient of that. This was I call by the way Trans Substantiation in the twelfth century. So over a thousand years have gone by when they start doing this. Elaborate by Theologians Thirteenth, Fifteenth Century, and incorporated the documents as the Council of trends. There's a variation of that particular among the Lutherans called con substantiation. It's a very view in which Christ's body and blood substantially coexist with the consecrated bread and wine. It's a it's sort of a middle ground there trying to so they don't want to be guilty of trans substantiation, but they haven't really let it go either. The often is associated with Lutheran doctrine. But point you need to understand don't bother with either one of those I want you to be aware of them for the terms, but they're both wrong. Why? Because he was still in the body when he administered that you're not talking about his it represents his buddy. This is my body. He's pointing to his body, not the bread. It's a it's it's a metaphor is using. and. He instituted the sacrament given for you. He's speaking prophetically it's going to be given hours away yet. Okay in five deals with a lot of two. So I'm going to go forward here and explore the Lord's supper I'm going to give you seven things to ingest as we go. At the end of the seven, I'll give you a summary of them. But I'm going to challenge you. To make your own explanation for each of the seven. You follow me. As I point out at the end. A pilot never takes off an. Airplane Orlando. Airplane Row. I'm going to suggest that you. Don't take the Lord's supper. Without A checklist, it may be in your mind, but make your own checklist because you're playing around with something. That's really really. Serious. The first is a divine command that's understand that the Lord's supper is a divine command that means a solemn obligation. To assemble with the people of God, for the celebration of the memorial of the death of Christ in the Lord's supper is to neglect to do so is to be disobedient in large direct wish if you don't Undertake this. You are being disobedient to his direct charge. This do in remembrance of me. That's that's not a suggestion. It's a command. If you raise the objection that you are not worthy. I suggest that the only ones who have the right to come are those who really believe then confess that they are worthy. You with me so far. Okay. So the second one let's realize that this is a sacred privilege. The table is the Lord's he's the host. We look who we are. We who murdered him? Who reviled him? And buy our send spin up on him. And grow the cruel nails through his blessed hands. We are invited to come and sit at this table. With Amazon host. and Feast with him by His grace. What a privilege that is. Goes beyond words. and. Sold it is if we refuse that invitation. The table is for his people and not to the world. Is for his people, it's not for strangers. It's not forget that might be safe staying at your home this weekend no, no no. It's for believers only. It's dangerous if they're not. The, third one. It's a necessary memorial. This reminds us of the infinite cost of our purchase. Ovation, you're bar purchased. And this gives us a glimpse as to the price of that purchase. It's his faithfulness hours. That saves us. It's not our faith saves as his faith that saves US and. That's what this commemorates. Remember. I turned five and after the same manner, all three took the cup. And when he gets up saying this Cup is the New Testament. This COP is the New Testament, but not the blood this cup is the testament, my blood. This do he is often as you drink it in remembrance of me okay. This cup. This cup. Is the new. Testament. It's the Third Cup of the four by the way. All four cups have a name and the. NAMED OUT OF EXODUS SIX I won't go into that here but this is the new covenant in my blood. It's not the but a selfish the cup it's the it's the institution he's doing there. and. In. Translation here, just the at the cost or the price of at the cost of the price of the blood. The covenant comes at the cost of the price that bullet. And so. And this is a place where if you WANNA put in your notes, you can your notes on chapter five that we had before. Regarding. Passover all we're all the Levin is supposed to remove and so forth and. We can. A good place to expand on that but I won't take time here. The MISHNA says it's interesting in the Hebrew commentaries. They make note that the wine they serve at Passover is mixed with water. They don't know why. There are documents where they speculate as to why do we put water in the wine? The answer to that happens to be John Nineteen. When the when the Centurion drives his spear. And outcomes, blood and water from that event. There are articles in the American medical journals article as the cause of death. It's actually a very, very key fact that comes out of that. and. They don't know there isn't anything in their their preparation. Passover anticipates that but they don't know why. When you read John Nineteen Verse Thirty four you understand why. Provocative The Passover lamb is his body. And by the Haggadah that you usually use it, pass over it means the showing fourth. What the word means. And apply this what do we do? We probably the blobby Playa to the doorpost of our heart. We apply to the doorpost of our heart, just like an exodus they to their books. And by the way, the uncertain, the uncircumcised could not participate, and here we're talking about the people whose hearts not circumcised. And that's there's plenty of vs on that. Jesus was made sin for us in Second Corinthians. Five twenty one. Verse that's absolutely staggering you and I do not have the capacity to imagine. What I holy the Holy Son of God who was sin less how he was made sin for us we had do not have the capacity to imagine. We know he did because it's there but while. and. I'm the bread of life. He says. I. In. Solomon gives us a prophecy in the first four visit proverbs that most people misconstrued translate properly, but got arrives to be consumed. If you have our commentary on properties. You'll know what I'm talking about their the garage will be consumed. Yes. That's all in John Six. And and the whole idea of Mana. was. Called by. In the word of God but again, it's echoes. It freezes from the old life, the bondage it's a call to separation. As Paul emphasizes infusions? For. And so forth. But there's another side of this I I'd like to pick up, and this is something that may really shock you and surprise you. And this this chain of bread and wine. When did it start at? Didn't start in the upper room that night? Before it gets any no. Back in Genesis Fourteen Abraham encounters. He has a huge military victory and he ends up giving tithes who guy by them and Malcolm. Who is King Priest? He's a King and a priest before Abraham was even any of that was going on. So Mel Kisic okay. Little verse in Genesis Fourteen, which would disappear into obscurity except when you get the some one, hundred ten, it is not only celebrated in Psalm one, hundred, ten that Psalm echoed twenty five times in the New Testament more than any other time in psalms. And that would probably not mean a lot except Paul spins three chapters in the pistol to Hebrews five, six and seven hammering the uniqueness of this guy mckissick. He's a King and a priest before Abraham Abraham gives him ties. And the writer Hebrews makes a big deal of that. We need to understand that because there's only three people. Who are kings and priests in the Jewish model? We have Judah the row tribe and we have levi priestly tried always separate. They're not the crisscross when they try to cause problems. Serious problems. But that's separation is celebrated. Throughout the Jewish scriptures. But Jesus is has an off. Of God that he's he, he's a king and a priest forever after the order of Milk Kisic. So, there's because. It took the Messiah himself and there's a third group. His redeemed. Their kings and priests as certified in revelation chapter. Five and you can dig that out on your own. It's this whole idea echoes in. Genesis. Forty. When Joseph in prison and he gives these this council to these two guys that are there in prison with him. Remember that was a baker and one's a wine steward. Both. Have Dreams Dreams a little different but they each a three day thing. and. The wind the baker. After the third day is executed. The dream that's what he predicted from the dream and that's what happened. The wine steward after three days was made free. And promised to remember Joseph but he didn't. Till, much later and he recalls Joseph and having this gift and that's what course leads the whole grandma. Joseph. But again, we have the wine and the bread echoed in advance. In that in that. Best, and again, the three days is an issue I will get into here. 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The Lord of Lords that day is coming. The enemy will bow wouldn't faced with the Authority of the Lord Jesus Christ. have. You ever paused to ask yourself what is Jesus doing right now at this very moment. must of US have mental images of him seated at the right hand of the father. But what does his throne look like and what activities consume his time? Today on insight for living. Chuck Wendell gives us a glimpse as we open our bibles to Fijian's one in this passage policy avalanches that those who recognized the kingship of Jesus will have unconstrained access to his power. Chuck Title Today's Message What is Christ doing now and why? There is a presence and there is a plan and there is a power available to every child of God? But if we're not careful. We'll live our lives as though we had never met Christ, and didn't need his power. You say. Well, I'd like to some examples of that sort of power before I think I can tap into it. Good. There are four of them versus twenty through twenty three provide them for us. The first example of God demonstrating this power was at the resurrection look at verse. Twenty. which he brought about in Christ when he raised him from the dead. Christians today become. So familiar with the resurrection, it is easy to play down the power that it took to break the jaws of death. Remember when Christ was taken from the cross, his body was limp five wounds had yielded blood and there was no blood left. He died leaving the scars, his hands, his feet, and his side as visible reminders. That death was he is he was wrapped in a mummy like fashion placed borrowed grave through the pity of a friend the tomb was sealed. Left to be forgotten by the Romans and the Jewish officials alike, what surprised they had a few hours later with the stone rolled away the to was empty that kind of power that broke the jaws of death that moved Christ from death back to life and gave him that whole sense of any ternal existence on this earth in bodily form that Kinda powers available to you. If that isn't enough look at the next statement. It was the kind of power when he raised him from the dead and seated him at his right hand in the heavenly. We have occasions to thank for the doctrine of sation. Few other trues in the scriptures are set forth more in a more limited fashion than the seating of Christ at the father's right hand if vision speaks of not here only but elsewhere as well. When Christ was on this Earth after his resurrection forty days passed in which he ministered not only to is immediate twelve times five hundred at once and others who came to know him. He then came to the place of appointment and was lifted up into the clouds and was returned in his ascension. Where did he go? Efficient? tells us the father welcomed him into Heaven and seated him at his own right hand. Did you know that? Did you know that he sat down at the place of a forty now. Observe what he did when he said him at his right hand. He gave him a place far above all rule and authority and power and dominion, and every name that his name did not only in this age but also in the one to calm, he put all things in subjection under his feet. That's the third evidence of the surpassing power of God not only when he sat him at his right hand but he said to the sun in effect all the things that you have been apart on the earth you are now authority over all things. All Things in heaven and earth and under the earth all things visible and invisible all things present and all things future observe all things I have. It's circled in my Bible verse. Twenty two, he put all things in action under his feet that means Jesus. Christ bows to no one all things. Bow To him. And if that. Isn't enough. Look at the last when. He gave him as head over all things to the church, which is his body, the fullness of who fills all in all. That's the fourth evidence of surpassing power. He raised him from the dead. He seated him as his right hand. He gave him the forty over all things and then he placed him as head over all things in the church the all things that he has authority over become all things in the church over which he is head and they become for you in Christ in submission as well. Now it's the third one that interest me and I want to focus on. Because that is in the realm where many of US encounter difficulty. Far Above all rule and authority and power and dominion, and every name that his name, not only in this age. But also in the one to come, he has put all things in subjection under his feet. Don't race to quickly pass those words. I think at the heart of them is the whole idea of the demonic forces. Turn to chapter six when we talk about being above all dominions and rulers and authorities and powers I want to show you something here. Look at verse ten. Ten through twelve of chapter six, we'll come back to this in our study of Athenians but I want to jump ahead and show you something here. Finally be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might there it is again. If. You're disconnected. You become dysfunctional. You'll become defeated if you're connected in the strength of his might be strong in the Lord now why Verse Eleven? So that, you can put on the full armor of God. And be able to stand firm against the schemes. Of? The, devil. Four he explains our struggle is not against flesh and blood. It is against noticed the definite articles. There are four of them identifying the ranks of the demonic foresees the rulers. The powers, the world forces of darkness. The spiritual host of wickedness in the heavenly places. Study, that list? In fact now that I have your attention, let me make several observations I. there. Is a struggle going on. Verse. Twelve. We struggled not against blood and flesh. This word means wrestling. We wrestle not I've never seen wrestlers fight at a distance. You. Grab. You hold you push you use leverage. In the ancient days, the Greeks when they would win the wrestling match would gouge the eyes of the loser. So it was a pretty rugged, a Word Picture, the apostle uses this is not some distant theoretical struggle that seminary study about and a few theologians talk about often right about this is the struggle of Your Life and mine. This is hand to hand combat with an enemy that is not only insidious in nature he is invisible. You don't know where he's coming from next. I remember there was a struggle. Notice secondly, that the contest is human versus supernatural, we don't struggle against blood and flesh. We mortals struggle against the supernatural forces that we cannot see. Against the strength that is beyond ours. Don't flirt with it and don't play with it is my warning here. Don't get around it. Knowing that you're messing in the demonic realm don't go. There are struggle is not with other flesh and blood creatures we are struggling against supernatural. Insidious invisible. who think themselves to be invincible powers? They are not invincible. He is above all things far above all things in power the father subjected all things to the sun when he seated him at his right hand. Let me say thirdly, there was a strategy going on. See the end of verse eleven. Stand firm against the schemes of the devil. The word translated schemes this method. We get our word Bisley method from it. The enemy has a method. He's been using it for centuries. He's been studying Christians like us down through the ages. He knows the Chinks in our armor. He knows the weaknesses. He knows the areas when we are quickly overwhelmed and overcome, and he points attention to those. Boxer. Who Sees Blood on the opponent's face? That's where he punches and keeps punching and keeps punching until the bruise becomes an open wound. The enemy also knows the church. He knows how to get to the church. He knows the way into the workings of a church and he knows how to disrupt a church. It is a method that is been perfected through the centuries. Hear me on this. Is going on it has been going on for centuries it will continue to go on but the good news it is not above the power of Jesus. Christ. That is the power we need. If we are disconnected from the power than the enemy will get his way, the adversary will win the day. He will win the wrestling match. Let me put this fourth observation in another set of words. We are coming against a supernatural Mafia. It's the best way I know to describe it Herald Homeowner at Dallas Seminary suggested that idea in in a book in a writing he did only visions and borrow from it here it's a Mafia. It's probably true that most of you have never encountered the Mafia. I've only encountered it indirectly on a couple of occasions and it was both ugly and and it was intimidating. It captures those under its spell. It's insidious. It is invisible. It has an organization that is deeper than the police force of any city and it goes on consistently and continually, and usually those who are victims find themselves helpless to fight, and so they pay up or they suffer the consequences. The enemies Mafia is described as look at verse twelve rulers. Powers. Forces of darkness. And spiritual hosts of wickedness. Study the list. They all operate out of their habitat, which is called the heavenly places. Look at the last three words of verse, Twelve, the heavenly places the word places is an attack Alex because the editor of our bibles, the editors have added that to clarify I like the word heavenly. Heavenly Realm. Efficiency to two refers to the Prince of the power of the air. Just, the air, there's a lower heaven below the third heaven where God dwells and I understand please these are all terms that we use to describe the unfathomable God dwells in unapproachable. A glory of holiness in his third heaven that's where the Savior is seated. Even, the heaven is above the authorities of the Lower Heavens. This lower heaven is above the stellar species it is out there. Within that realm or the rank and file of the enemy forces who amassed their attention and efforts against God's plan and God's people believe me. Believe the scriptures. I am not some conspiracy freak looking for something to make interesting in a sermon. This is truth. You. Are under the attack of the forces whether you know it or not. How's that to keep you awake tonight but you have nothing to fear because greater is he who is in you than he? Who is in the world if you are connected. Disconnected, you will become dysfunctional and you will become in fact a victim. Of the wrestling match. Your power will be taken from you. Your hope will be removed and your reason for existence will dissolve. Frankly. That's the way most people live. Without Christ I've frank a probably surprise you when I say I'm amazed there aren't more suicides. I'm amazed at any marriage outside of Christ will last. I'm amazed that the that the divorce rate is just about fifty percent or so I'm surprised that isn't ninety ninety, five percent it's remarkable. The forces against the godly marriage are unspeakable. And their undeniable. Just this morning in our first morning service, I had a broken hearted weather. Tell me grandmother telling me that her daughter and son in law after thirteen years of marriage three precious children. One just born the husband set up got another woman. Any any splits? He's gone another marriage. Christian quote unquote marriage. How Is it all from the Satan around? No, it's not all from there but more there than we would give it credit. John MacArthur. Good friend of mine writes some interesting things about this passage that I think is worth quoting. Listen to his words. Rulers powers world forces of this darkness spiritual forces of wickedness. Describe the different strata and rankings of those demons and the evil supernatural empire in which they operate. Human beings who promote paganism, the occult and various other ungodly and immoral movements and programs are but dupes of Satan and his demons. Trapped by sin into unwittingly helping to fulfill his schemes. He continues Satan's forces of darkness are highly organized and structured for the most destructive warfare. Possible. The demonic categories are not explained but rulers notice in the text rulers no doubt reflects a high order of demons. Powers are another rank mentioned in First Peter Three twenty two. The world forces of darkness perhaps refers to demons who have infiltrated various political systems of the world attempting to pattern them after Satan's realm of darkness. We have no way of absolutely identifying the networking of the various schemes of Satan. And should be wary of those who claim to do so. But we can be certain that he is active behind the scenes of Chrysler. Human endeavors. Listen. To. Both the overt obviously works of men as well as the mini covert. And seemingly innocent and good works of humanistic endeavors. The spiritual forces of wickedness. The last category listed here are possibly those demons who are involved in the most wretched and vile moralities. Such as extremely Perverse Sexual Practices, the Occult Satan Worship. And the like. Paul's purpose is not to explain the details of the demonic hierarchy but to give us some kind of its some idea of its sophistication and power, we are pitted against an incredibly evil and potent enemy. But our need is not to specifically recognize every feature of our adversary but to turn to God our powerful and trustworthy source of protection and victory I couldn't agree more with you. John. We have a formidable foe. Because he is invisible, we don't know where to turn to find him. Because, he is insidious and deceptive. In nature we are not able to expect the next surprise attack. Some of you don't even realize that you are under such an attack at this time you have been so disconnected from the source of power within you. Some of you have turned San into a habit and you have now called by other names. Thinking that there's no way you can find a hope our a way of getting past this long-standing addiction. If that's true. Then, the scriptures don't mean for above all things. That the scriptures state more than once all things. When back if Asians one when God gave Christ as head over the church. When God decided not to keep Christ to himself as we would have done. When God seated him? And Exalted Him. God gave him a position of ultimate overall authority so that he would ultimately be the judge of the rest that lay before us in the future Christ will be the king of kings. The Lord of Lords that day is coming. He operates now in the invisible realm fighting on our behalf. Serving the cause of the father fulfilling the father's desire his power pervades the enemy will bow when faced with the authority of the Lord. Jesus. Christ what does this mean? It means I begin my day not as a strong person but a week when. I say to the Lord I. I. Don't know what today holes but I know this. There are tests in front of me. I know there are trials I'm going to face I know there's a sense of heaviness and pressure on me right now and Lord on not able even to rid myself of such pressure. and. The shadow of my past is haunting me and I remember sins that I've committed and I know you've forgiven I ask you take away the things that would plague me and draining my energy and give me the kind of motivating force and authority and power that can come only through your son Jesus. Christ the Holy Spirit fill in such a way that he lives out his victorious conquering skills through me use my voice, use my hands use my mind use. My will today as tools of yours. Deliver me from the trap of thinking I'm victim living in a world that is intimidating and overwhelming. And remind me the greater is he who lives in me than he who lives in the world. The power is there. It's he's been given as head over all things to the church, and that that means we're in that group we're among the all things and we are part of his body. So he becomes for us the fullness who fills all in all and I plead with you not to approach the day as though you were strong but approach knowing that you were weak and saying so. quit acting to the contrary. Now does this mean we all show of our hands in our pockets and kick our toes in the dirt and learned to say Oh shucks all through the day is, is that God's plan is of course not? I never saw Christ doing that these the most humble who ever lived. And look at his life by the way. And he showed his strength and his humility. In, his dependence on the father and he modeled for us with this Christian life is about he stayed connected connected. That's the term. Disconnections lead to dysfunctions. Connections lead to victory. Now, let me apply all of that is oh, i. haven't been doing. So let me say a couple of things. The greatest evidence of power is change. If you want to know whether you you're connected or not look back. Any major changes. Any major victories, any major alterations have happened in your past. Some of you would say you know I look back I don't believe I. Can I can. I could name a half dozen, my entire Christian life. You're not connected. It's just as simple as that the greatest evidence of power is changed. Some in our family were watching a discovery channel not long ago and they were showing how they built hoover dam. Watched it, but it's rather amazing alike stuff like that. and. I watched him pouring these hundreds of thousands of tons of concrete and I watched as they put the concrete plants right there. By this damn. I watched as they built this labyrinth of pipes and valves and measuring devices in rooms, and there's a whole series of tunnels so that they could harness the power of the water that would be built up behind this dam and would pour through it at given time so that the power could be put to use in the homes and the and the structures around that would draw their electricity from the dam. And I. Think if we were to visit the dam today, we would stand down at the bottom of it and look up and say, wow, look at that power. That's not power. That's not the best evidence of the power of the damn. You want to know the best evidence yet in your car drive to the home that derives its electricity from that dam late night. Walk inside to the darkened room. Turn on the light. And the light. That envelops the darkness of the room is the greatest evidence of the power. The Hoover Dam. Changing darkness. Delight. Those. Who Belong to God's. Will have access to this power turning darkness into light. 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Night and by Wednesday they were selling t shirts with the phrase next to their logo. Amazon leaders stopped the sales. Kassie Miller is an expert on hate groups with the Southern Poverty Law Center. She says the group celebrated on social media with some declaring their now stand by trump's statement got the presidential debates is something that really emboldened them that thrilled them that I think is going to add some legitimacy. To the group on Wednesday trump backtracked claiming he doesn't know who the proud boys are and saying they stand down proud boys, leaders deny ties to white nationalism but claim to be Western chauvinist. Miller. Says many of the boys see themselves as an extension of trump and of law enforcement bent on controlling the perceived chaos that has accompanied some of this summer's rallies against racism and police brutality. Also, at the debate, the president called on supporters to watch voters at polling places on election day. Miller says that could lead to confrontations. There's a real possibility that we could get far right groups going out to polling places, ballot boxes, and engaging in voter suppression. The Southern Poverty Law Center keeps track of hate groups in New Hampshire but does not list the proud boys. However, they do list other extremist groups including a statewide presence of multiple anti-government militia groups plus the American Nazi Party the daily stormer and the white nationalist Patriot front. They also list the Anti Muslim Group Act for America in Nashua. And a new study shows the manufacturing sector, Pennsylvania, and three other key swing states had gone into decline before the covid nineteen pandemic. The analysis performed by experts at the century foundation policy. Matters Ohio and the groundwork collaborative looks at job and wage growth since two thousand according to Steven Herzberg executive. Director of the Keystone Research Center in two thousand, nine, hundred manufacturing jobs in the rest of the country were growing while in Pennsylvania or Michigan and Wisconsin they were shrinking. We haven't seen any recovery manufacturing wages. There's been a lot of over promising and Under delivery he says manufacturing jobs in three of the four states grew faster from twenty ten to twenty sixteen during the Obama Administration than during the first two years of the trump presidency for public news service I'm Andrea Sears. This is PMS. Faith leaders who are providing sanctuary for protesters of the Louisville citywide curfew which lifted up Monday. Say They are being targeted by law enforcement. A legal loophole protected individual from being in public after curfew if they're traveling to or from a place of worship Reverend Ryan Eller of the group new moral majority says, churches have been subjected to surveillance drones and a heavy police presence outside their doors. There's now a lot of intention and conflict over those sanctuaries faces and we certainly feel that are religious freedoms as well as our freedom of speech has had been violated protests calling for the arrests of the three police officers involved in the killing of twenty. Six Year Old Louisville Resident Brianna Taylor have continued for more than one hundred and twenty. Five days the State Attorney General's office is expected to publicly release audio recordings of court proceedings in the case on Friday I'm Nadia Ramlogan earlier this week for police officer Brent Hankinson pleaded not guilty to three counts of wanton endangerment for firing into a neighboring apartment toy the march radon Taylor's home. This year's coronavirus pandemic has made it more difficult for many. Americans to vote in the November thirty election but voting obstacles are not new for those living in Indian country native American reservations have what's called nonstandard mail service, which means they don't have mailboxes or received residential mail delivery and instead traveled to a Postal. Provider Office, sometimes a gas station or mini mart in addition Jacqueline de Leon with a native American Rights Fund says, Indigenous People live much farther from polling locations. The non natives, it much more difficult than the average American can conceive up to vote in. Indian country made of Americans, have a decrease in post office hours. I'm Roz Brown more than fifty two thousand people identify as date of Americans in Nevada. Finally. Eric Lettuce tells us the Bureau of Land Management You've been hearing about them lately failing to ensure taxpayers receive a fair market value for oil and gas deposits on federal lands autumn. Hannah with taxpayers for common sense says due to outdated and poor land management policies over the past decade. US Tax payers lost at least four billion dollars with two billion in law state revenues in Wyoming alone either federally owned assets, and we should be getting the most for them. We should be having competitive bidding should have real race that keep pace we should have inflation rental raising minimum bedding. We shouldn't be giving away the things that we own Hannah says royalty rates for oil and gas extraction have not been updated since nineteen twenty during the pandemic royalty rates have been adjusted down to near zero. And yes, we did make it to October. This is Mike Clifford for public news service member list is supported radio stations big and small and online at Public Service Not Award Org. Time ahead of us. But if we re prepared for it, we must I shed our. I stand here without fear because. I. Remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years we have caught these machines. And after a century of law, I remember back which Mavericks. Let us. Remember. Fear of to ear to ear to ear veered of here on declare your independence of me earns Tan Kok here in. Maine is where we are now and we're going to be here. We're not really stuck here. It's nice place and we're doing a lot of work and getting things done making templates. Signs everywhere site but love bus probably won't be, ready, until. The next week. Maybe. It. But you know we're making do with all our goodies. Here we got. You know the studio set up in the basement of our good friend Derek sloppy. What we're GONNA do is we're going to be talking to Max Ige, and of course, trump report trump report in third hour Dr Frank. Cambrian next hour hit caught up on the news. But Max Egan has been a good friend of the show because. He he sees what this is really about it's it's a spiritual battle. There's they then those that are. I you know I for decades I never really used the word email and I think it was Max. Said you Max's said evil backwards is live. Our. People said it. said that Bro I I it really just kind of struck me. I'm going damn NAT is so damn. Max Eagles radio host, political commentator activists, World Traveler A- traveller author lecturer philosopher, and from New South Wales Australia where things are getting. funky. We'll talk about that and he's studies a lot of. Government corruption ancient history's kind of ancient history government. Trump's go together. And he's and he's working on. His next book we'll tell us about that. Yeah. Is Web pages, the Crow House, Dot Com the crow, house, Dot Com. I know I've asked you before where that came from So people can remember the Crow House Dot. com tell them where the name came from. Will You Max? All loss story of I. USED TO BE IN A game claim with John was January I could I could see him and he named me scarecrow and the website was opens to basically hold on my with and become a truth portal. It's just the way Never, planned, it just happened that way. So Crow House, Dot Com, what would they get? They go there and they start. we are a good supporter and friend of mine said I just had to meet Ya, when we were at an Arca Poco one year and oh. Yeah. Max Max Max Argosy Max you get to touch flesh with Max old mats and then. Started, listening to your shows and everything I can see why so you? How's your popularity now that you can't travel or nothing you know can you travel? Not Gone Man, we kind of lead the country here a strategy on a lead to leave the country, you go get special permits to go there tournament opening travel bumble with New Zealand. It's ridiculous. We've got trouble bubbles between states he is absurd I've locked down completely we didn't look too bad we're live. The difference but in places like Victoria is just out of control event curfews and all sorts of stuff in victorious. It's coming everywhere. It's a it's a worldwide thing. Would have been in. Peru. How season? February the While I was supposed to if I hadn't broken my foot as trump man like all supposed to go overseas and got flooding me well, my friends would tell me now dunk overseas something bad going to happen I'm. GOING ANYWAY And flooded in always figured out I figured out how to get through the floods. So then I broke my foot and I couldn't go and if I had gone, I would be impaired now on still be locked down on the terrible conditions you've terrors. You know. Josh Egerton from World Alternative Media is Canadian and he went to Canada and he stuck they got him under lockdown quarantine two weeks of you're not allowed and it's jail and money and all kinds of stuff. If you leave, you're not doing it right this is we've been kind of lucky during this whole thing we've kind of ignored it and we just go in no masks and nobody says anything I think I've I wore a mask wants to go. I. Had to go into horizon. Other than that. You know it's been not a thing and it's Not A. Lot of people aren't wearing them. There's fewer now you'll. You won't be the only one in the store, but they really haven't bothered us. You know it's some places require you fill out a tracing form to go to the restaurant and I think old decline you know and you just leave well, there has to be some kind of an impact but the purpose of this Australia's going hard core there you will comply. Gosh darn it. We got a uniform and and dammit and a horse and shields. We're GONNA make you and you're not allowed and I'm wondering. How the people in Australia taking that you know what? What is their mindset on this? Everyone's pretty annoyed about it, but they comply him out at a fear I. mean it's it's only really big story that it's like that really in Greater Melbourne, fear of regional. Fear, it's fear the police, the police brutal, absolutely brutal been woken random black Kevlar with body armor, automatic weapons, helmets on batons shields, and I just come in and they just walk over you and I don't even discuss it. They just grabbed people and dragged him off and take them a while. I might as brutal as possible because they want to discourage anybody else from doing. So. Yeah. It's been pretty right as in Victoria seeing laws in Victoria legislation as being should juicy haven't seen since stars Russia? This sort of stuff it's ridiculous it just next level stuff it'd be on the curfew for like six weeks I. Wake sound curfew unelected out of their home while one hour daif exercise. Him can only go fought kilometers for writing from now on. Disgraceful stuff and it's been I that with curfew now bits I it's just disgraceful what they. The curfew, I heard that it was like You had to be in an curfew at violent or whatever it is seven, eight, nine o'clock or something, and you can only drive so far from your home. If they catch you which they want to catch you, you know are they making? Is it a monetary thing or are they making money on fines, fines or people paying it? Is People Challenge it in court what? Six eight hundred dollar fine if they catch you at breaking curfew, affect catching more for calling from your. People Chachi I mean they're not legal the funds on lately Lebron when you look at the boss security equity using to introduce the fawns and the phones don't even following on regulations most people challenge them in court and they get into the funds. DRP. So ACI really go through with it not neither stuff that they've done his legal s the problem I, just kind of railroad at night of the cycle laws I brought out of actually gone through Parliament Daniel Andrews is just acting on China. And unfortunately, low people going going along with the curfew has been looked. At at after eight PM. North. Until five am in the morning Tammy Esau now and ad saw. The pretty rubbish APP and the police cording talk with news rubbish and common attacked him and. Find Him. Ridiculous stuff. So I, wanted to have this conversation with you. We talked to a gentleman friend. You have a man and Orca. POCO. Berry Kerr Win and his fiancee Emma are from Ireland and they've gone tat least two or three. ARCA POCOS and they actually go they go to every single one of the presentations they can. It's like a study. Trip for them and they're just felt alone in Ireland and they've been doing a lot of the kind of research that you do and so on on the relationship between Ireland and Great Britain laws and where they came from an originate on property rights and so on and they find out the same thing anybody that challenges find out there doing it illegally unconstitutionally and breaking the deal and and they don't care you know. So they're. Given a response of what's happening in Ireland and I thought Ireland was we'll be doing. All Talk to you about that size, Australia? Yeah. We're GONNA do it. While I talk about what you know the resistance in the culture being my man. And Australia has a reputation. Used to find out Makhtiyev we come back yet fundamental bit. Are you feeling confused about the current economic reports that dominate the headlines. Not sure if this is a good time to buy or sell your home or feel like the process can be overwhelming and confusing this is done. 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No. And then Australia was founded by convicts shipped off to the Big island of We'll just send them down there and then as time went on, they build their own culture they got their own country and that that gene got out old vaccine, Dow Chemical Doubt fluorinated out something you know. When you stand up and be a man have some. Commentary on the spiritual battle and WHO and what? That's two questions I wanNA. Make sure I get your response Max is one you know where did the men go? You know that this? This take care of business and a standard of. What's acceptable and not and? That's why we call this show declare your independence because in their proper roller governments, defensive individual rights it doesn't do that time to alter abolish that you're right your duty and in the presidential debates right behind them. They had that quote the right to alter or abolish it was behind him and I'm going. Nuts by accident and I'm thinking, is it a riot? Is that how they're gonNa do it or abolish was buyers something? Is that what they're trying to say what's going on here and then? That culminates in your being censored. So let's talk about that I and we'll get into the man but. We'll man you'll a woman's just a man with a womb. I mean, you know get some spine here and they're the ones that determine everything you know who breed with or whatever unless you're in Viking. Conquest or something but I'm looking at the censorship of you tell, tell the people, the stages that you've gone through and the things that you've tried and been banned off you know to what extent go. Look up incomplete deep left for from Youtube I had three channels on Youtube. I have my mind challenge which had a and thirty thousand subscribers. Twenty, six, twenty, six, million, video views they deleted that channel just no warning at all. Then I went to my backup channel and I deleted that and I went to my backup backup channel they deleted that. I've been deployed formed from facebook. Removed from his book he platform from spotify at full moons on Fox News Channel. News and I deleted I sent me an email us. He's just a real MAC SEGA. General go before during. Now on shoot on Albion. On trying to get. To Brain Youtube, I'm having a little bit of difficulty with the. Through speak a few other places data, you go to the Christ. Oh, combing you'll find. All the links to where I'm still around, but it's getting more and more difficult. Where do you? Where do you post you you? If I go to watch a Maxi you can video wh where am I taking it from an MP, four on your site are you putting it somewhere else? You get from bid shoot oil be I'll watch you go to my and you click the radio collage and you click the embed on the page you're getting it from. Bitch. That's What I'm I'M GONNA. Go ahead and stop my video. The bandwidth is starting to go a little bit wouldn't stop the video we're recording the audio the. And that's another thing. 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Avengers re-cast and Top 10 PIXAR movies

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Avengers re-cast and Top 10 PIXAR movies

"Hey everyone welcome to snarf talk with Chris and Jerry and this is our podcast where we give you a behind the scenes look as we create a comic book. We're GONNA talk about T._v.. Movies Comic Books and hopefully have a lot of guests other writers creators and friends check episode SNARF COMICS DOT com you can check out our blog and follow along with everything we got going on also follow us on instagram twitter and facebook at snarf comics and please subscribe and leave a review on itunes enjoy the episode SNARF Taw back here we are with either whole new episode or a Patriot exclusive. You'll figure it out which which what whatever you're listening to probably a whole new episode because we're slacking in the Patriot department. Well Yeah and I've asked you like I said he let me log in and let me look at this off. Let me like have access to some of the SNARF talk you do it and you're like nope. You know you're not partisan <unk> SNARF talk as much as I am ruins everything he touched us. He's like oh a will. What's your name Jerry yet? Are you short short. People have no reason to live. I was like all right Randy Newman. Hey we got a special guest back this episode we do what's his name. I'm dude dudes back and you know why because a guy with our producer Michael she got on my unease and beg Michael sheedy. Let me back on the show. Let me hang on. Let me here for Mike. Okay yes yes. He said you're back yeah. He negotiated with our lawyer. John Higgins John and no it's guy that's your lawyer are you guys didn't get a better one Jerry Justice Justice Law Firm yeses Justice Inc so we we negotiated contract forum. It's just a one picture deal so yeah don't expect to be back. You'll have to renegotiate again. Probably your last episode Michael Drives Heart Barking Yeah. I wish we could help you but he really runs the show he does does he really does in Iran's fucker with an iron fist we do I mean we like you it just that I don't aw thanks for stepping up trying to get a brand image to me getting keep an image. You know so there's that we get a lot on the plate here so we don't there's not much news to cover <hes> but what we do have to cover what we're going to go. Over is <hes> we've got avengers right and what we're GonNa talk about what the avengers is like if it was a nineties version and this was a listener suggestion it was from uh-huh Zach. Zach was the winner of the SNARF madness for you earn amount of champions. That's for me not for me. I don't remember who I winner was. I'd have to look back actually probably should have had that under wraps. I didn't <hes> overall actually probably Maggie. Zack were the oh by far overall winners because I think they were number two for me in number one for you so really overall they were are by far the best anyway <hes> avengers nineties version yeah if we were to take nineties like all star movie cast right <hes> in in cast them as the avengers in the movies. That's what we're going to do after that. We've got top ten pixar movies. ooh That's exciting. There's like a jam packed episode. I know what you're watching jam. No news no news no watcher watching it's like there's only twenty one pixar movies total and we've got a pick the top ten out of all of them. The newest one being toy story for is that in the top ten ooh and find out I haven't seen it. I don't know don't say that. So what do you want to do. I want to do our nineties so I said in our last episode that cheese all I could think about when I thought about this challenge was cast of friends or Seinfeld and I'm like man. This is a really difficult proposition. I don't see any of them always going nineties action stars. That's who I was going to put into my vendor so that made it George Costanza as Wolverine uh-huh George I honestly could see Kramer like doing like a group somebody like that like that making those voices doing something like that what he did in Seinfeld was voices and it was more like <hes> physics the physical comedy but I I don't know <hes>. Is that what we WANNA. Do I yeah let's do it. I think we start our <HES> and we'd we'd like very briefly thought of somebody had some time we think of ideas but for the most part I think it's off the cuff. I think we'd start off with the key anchor. Being iron man who iron man yeah get good ironman for the nineties of injures I do oh yeah. Do you want that was probably one of the toughest ones for me me okay who wants to go I I can we go. I was thinking I'll go first. We'll go around all right. I don't know if this is a very one but I was thinking like I had a tough one time. Maybe Johnny Depp Ooh. I think he's better than mine. He's got some swagger yeah. He can play swagger. He's good looking the ninety s he was like twelve years old late nineties no he is in his twenties yeah. He's in his twenties. Perfect Prime Lee late nineties though US older than that I like twenty-one Jump Street Johnny Depp. That's like early nineties but you know who be a perfect iron man in the nineties who Robert Downey junior yeah you can't do that. You can't take that you can't pick relative. Don't need you know you. You can't use existing you cannot listing. All of regional vendors. Were alive in the nineties. I liked that Johnny Depp I. I've got him in my list. Oh who did you pick and we'll we'll know we'll go. I went to dude. I went to four iron investors. Let's Salvator salone well. I give me five minutes to do this. So I was like pick. He kinda fit the mold as A. How does he ironman? Is You pick too I did. I did pick some. It's a lot of the terrible pick for five minutes. Me Can't play that character in the nineties in the judge dredd buff. Yes man is like a suave billionaire scenes bill Michaels Suave Michael. Do Everything Okay Michael Keaton Michael Keaton would be good ironman guy. That's why I put that FRY. My second choice was Kevin Costner but just wait so we'll go so my pick is definitely better Johnny Depp No. I've got the best no we we we. We have the bus I think alone is CELONA. Better does a terrible airman terrible terrible. You honestly don't know so Johnny Depp was on the just get on Drug Rehab and he like Robert Downey junior exactly captain America. I got the pick who got Tom Cruise all the way. Now Tom Cruise all American. He's perfect Captain America Mel Gibson. He's older her. He's bigger no tell the ninety s in the ninety days you got. It's this is off book kind of because I don't necessarily like the guy but I picked Bruce Willis cabinet. He could totally be again. That's a good jared. Thank you just want that one. I still think Tom Cruise is all American. I know Tom Cruise's the do clean-shaven cleancut yeah but nice jaw line. He is in love with Tom Cruise. I've just saying he's DB the perfect captain America. There's no other choice for me now. I've got a different choice for him but I think Bruce Willis says guys America I agree with you on that one so I'm kind of best right now so number three key venture and we're going to expand he's out. These guys wanted to do only two key team we're doing. We're bill more well ever thor this topic. This is easy everybody in this room she get the same answer my picks Brad Pitt fog in me. Brad Pitt P perfect door Arnold Schwarzenegger now Brad Pitt get the beard long hair perfect Brad Pitt was in his twenties are supposed to be a little bit older people's People's ages for you. Don't know the age of Thor. He's the billion years old now. He's actually thirty something in the comics and will you don't know what your time well yeah. He can be as old as you want. But who did you pick again Arnold Schwarzenegger. I fern nineties actors. We're talking about right Yep Nineties Yep Jean Claude van Damme. I actually have him for somebody else. I've got him for. I think he'd do really well meant Arnold's way to go all your ridiculous. I don't think he's got an accent. That's fine in sort of Claude van Damme Georgia Jean Claude Advan. Damn looks like a thor to me authorities fucking the Hammer Arnold could be like Thanos yeah. Our Arnold is too big to be your. I think a mcdonagh my pick from stores like here's here's what I got a problem with with the M._C.. You is that thor wasn't strong enough. Totally agree and I love endgame right I do. I think it's a perfect ending to like emcee but put thor is so much stronger in the comic books like he so incredibly strong yeah but he's just realizing his power no. I don't think comic book is what he's saying. I agree with them. In the Movie University Melfi like he's just realizing his power. No they talked about his power in Ragnarok and then his whole life gets shattered when his well that's people get killed comes in is in Ragnarok when the finding being this power because they talk about his power in the original thor like while he's on the planet they talk about how like when he's still at Asgard he talks about how strong as in like this is. The guy like this is the guy that's both going to save everything and he's so strong okay. We'll let show us that like you have before like we know that you can do in in the comic books in the M._C.. You universe like in the universe yes you are incredible. You are like God and yet in the movies. They don't put portray him like the same way bothers me so moving on so thors the best yeah I think Jean Claude van dam would begin if Brad Pitt wasn't the best hope Brad Pitt's good. Oh Hulk harmless uncles hard because there's talk and then there's band so this work at difficult because I I picked Bruce Willis Hulk but I don't know that he's a very good Bruce Banner see I went with Peter Weller as Bruce Banner. Did you only pick like action movie. People other actors who the other actors. I had the night scribble names down. I was like we really didn't have that much time Robocop as Bruce Banner why not no. I don't know what he looks like outside of his Robo suit. So who did you pick for. I I said Bruce Willis. It's fucking horrible pick well. My runner-up was David D company <hes> man he'd it'd be a good Bruce Banner Banner Yeah. What did you pick jury? Oh you gotTA. Have something already got when he got. I don't really have anything lined up for <hes>. I am going to go off the cuff off and I'm GonNa say Patrick swayze. Oh I didn't even think about that. That's not bad one. I'm going to go with the sways right. We'll move onto Hawkeye so hawkeye yeah yeah. I Have Nick Cage Nicholas Cage as the only the only role he's never played. I could see him flinging Samaras. Maybe so we said Hawkeye maybe when he's done off conair gets off the face off. I love those movies I love the nineties the rock a low the rock face off <hes> faceoff conair Sean. We'll we're fucked or prom queen. Remember that that's Goza guess what later later in the movies yeah. My wife was the Prom Queen. I don't remember that the rock is a great movie movie. The only thing I remember Nicholas Cage doesn't even come from one of his movies. I saw on read it and there's like a billboard for an advertisement for a a roofing company and their reroofing houses and it's Sean connery saying hot shingles. You say like it's like hot singles but he says hot shingles you say and it's like the best my favorite Nick Cage movie is adaptation. I love that movie adaptation. I don't know if I've seen it. It's where he <hes> he plays a writer and he's he plays the writer. Who's writing the movie being John Malkovich? I think his name is Charlie. Kaufman please Charlie Kaufman as he's like writing the movie being John Malkovich a great free movie in relation to Oscar on their seen on yeah so <hes> Hawkeye. I won't with Ethan Hawke Oh. That's a really like I do golden pick right there. You'd be great at that. I like that a lot at hawk. Forget about him. Yeah nobody like he looks more like the Green Arrow he'd be great green Arrow he would be now. He's got like that little beard thing going on. He's he's ugly. You're right Jerry. Who Do you get Hawkeye Hawkeye? I've got Tom Cruise for Hawkeye. It would be fine if it wasn't a better cap in America too short no. He's not a good captain America because he is too short of a sub character like Tom. Cruise doesn't play sub characters. He will in avengers movie when he's making one hundred million dollars. Have you ever seen that guy in a movie called top gun I I did because I was inverted. Have you ever seen him. You know little movie called No. I don't use of thunder Robert is racing some eating ice cream. I don't think Tom Cruise is the leading actor oven. Even avengers movie called cocktail risky business. Maybe it's just list for the rest of the pockets Jerry Maguire minority report so bad report. I'm a guy that movie sky. He doesn't like minority report. I like minority report vanilla sky bed yeah. What's the Eyes Wide Shut? Do you ever see that. I did show who only reason I watch eyes wide shut because I was a horny teenage alive Nicole Kidman redhead nudity. It'd be like I saw Nicole Kidman Nude. That was a Stanley Kubrick movie. Yes well yeah because he's fucking weird yeah but the stories. Tom Cruise's fucking short and you can't play Captain America and he's Hawkeye. You don't know short in the movies they make him seem no but yeah they do write short. People don't have any reason to live. Joel's people people got back. You got him friend. Johnny Haynes Liver Dirty Feed disgusting feet to kill really says that like really disgusting feet for some reason moving randy newman. He's awful we got nick. Fury uh-huh did YEP Ironman we did health and when we did hulk beat Y'all nick fury. Oh I got man I got it. I don't think so nope go. I win Mel Gibson Fuck. You know I got a run around that. I think by even better know. Should I wait. Yeah go ahead David Hasselhoff off well. He already played nick. That's that's about that too. He was good he was good. I mean Baywatch say mine probably wins it though he got Steven Segal goal who can see that in the nineties but I got the real winner right here in the nineties. Steven seagal is the guy played nick fury on time to do anything I'm out. Why is he gets to get to choices here because I I wonder why Mike Mike? This is not fair. Well Mike. I got to loosen up with the first one before it gave you the real one. This doesn't Count Harrison Ford No. I don't agree nick fear old. He'd be a great Nick fucking choice Chris. Let's throw away. Goal isn't a view I do have a character right. Now that you guys Steven seagal really as a nick look at the Nick Fury Character Holy Against the call why disturbance they just even sure insurers. Steven Seagal can come in and act like he's the greatest of everything which is what Nick Fury does to say check doesn't actually do anything to say Chuck Norris White Rat at Steven Seagal doesn't actually do anything in his movies so they'll get okay. Here's one that goes I didn't do because it's not technically an adventure but I think I have the perfect casting choice for it. Loki got any ideas for Loki good all right my pick for Loki and you can't once I say mind. You're never gonna even have choice now. Okay Jim Carey. Oh done yep totally agree. It really is right there. Can I tell you mind what canneries for Loki Yeah but look he's funny yeah. Have you ever seen bill on Ted. I agree. I'm GonNa Siwa Duran this of course you are. You're all right. Here's where I got another great. One doctor strange guys pick a doctor strange. I did you want you've already said Okay my pick for Doctor Strange <hes> Daniel day-lewis Damn. He's a dark silent <unk>. He's he's too strong of an actor for that. You Win cumberbatch doctor strange. He's just a strong of an actor always <hes> I'm going to Kilmer and you're picking much better than the mind dude. I love love. I love him. He's a great actor. He's great in literally everything he does. He like wins Oscars for every role he's ever been in and people have said like he's creep. <unk> like creep really familiar or to the role he's playing like he so method and that only works for certain people like being a method actor. Shiloh buff tried to be super method and everybody like he be method in his real life. He did crazy stuff in his real life and he said I was a little like an art project and remember his life and it ruined everything but the bag over his head so after his first transformers movie he ruined his life so did you know Shiloh but he was in Indiana. Jones do a fucking horrible movie news in theory like he was in the movie fury which was a really good holes holes but no but Danial day-lewis is on another level dark exactly that is a good great. He just hates everything I do so Chris I agree with you on that. You know what what's your pick. I said Val kilmer I already went val kilmer. I forget about Val kilmer. He'd he begins. He'd be any yeah say one day went. They'll be good ironman. Russo mine doctor strange was was Johnny Depp about either. That's why pick for still thank deputy Lewis is better. I know I think Daniel Day Lewis is super serious and can't do doctor strange so you're saying he's such a good actor. He can't act good enough to be doctor strange. Yeah that doesn't make any sense jury it does make complete sets Janis good actor. You can act down L. But Giannis level. Johnny Depp could be perfect doctor strange. He's completely strange in his normal back or strange all all right. We got the next one. We're moving on black widow. I picked one yet. Hang on we got thirty seconds. God Chris I picked Uma Thurman Sharon Stone Gimme minute because look up ninety s actresses really get us actress. No I mean Jennifer Aniston. I definitely think Uma Thurman Way Better Pick Them Sharon stone. She's like kill Bill Maher what's chick from the Thelma Uma Thurman now no Mila Jovovich she'd be good. No good good movies yeah you you WanNa know the actual black widow bill in the nineties what Sa- Gorny Weaver who yes. I don't see her as like a martial artist really because she didn't fight aliens but in a robotic suit and without a robotic with one one it doesn't big you know. Have you ever see sigourney weaver. She Hulk. Hey Hey hey you're right. Have you ever seen her in a picking episode Coma Thurman Jury Just One now. Oh come on sigourney weaver. Have you ever seen her in a little movie called Blue Cath no not oh well. There's a movie with blue cats all oh you mean dances with wolves in space. Yes that movie fucking what she she was basically black widow in them. She was dances with wolves and space never seen that no. It's a little movie called Avatar. Oh it Ktar hasn't it's still the ranking box office. It is so avengers the next ten years Shit Disney's doubling down. James Cameron is an idiot apparently like go back in your frigging submarine Brian James Cameron so we're we're solidified that I think my ever is black widow now okay. No martial artist is Steven Seagal and doctor strange. Is Johnny Actually Mia Giovanini. It should be a good one one JOVIC. She's a stir Slovakian yeah not while man man oh. I didn't think about an ant-man hang up give I'm going with. This is a tough one but I'm going to go with what's like Ben Stiller. Wait hands like Hank Pym or like no like Scotland Scotland all right. Oh Shit. I'm going to go with Ben Stiller Ben Stiller. I like that like kind of like that pick yeah. It's pretty good. It was easy. I go so it's that we all have a big next would be dude cramped man for ant man Chris Wins. Don't have anything I'm GONNA have something different. Give me a minute. Hey have dead air while you look you. Lose your next Superhero. Who's my next superior thinking about <hes> scarlet witch Damon I got one for what a man who Jeff Bridges? It'd be so good for fucking Hank Pym or U._B.. Great Hank. Maybe a great hang pound. No thinking of the older Jeff Bridges Yeah Yeah Yeah. The Dude Jeff Bridges in the nineties is not that old. I can't see sorry the dude really the dude is not that old. He's like in his mid thirty does abide he does by so you can. I don't the by the dude but you can't see him as adman being the the snarky like like weird one no can't buy no. I can't scarlet witch your ridiculous Glenn Close Look at random fucking names coming out of his now. Just picking people now know what Glenn close is like one hundred when donations yeah yes scarlet witch you guys aren't remembering like in the nineties. These people are like maybe twenty years younger than they are now and hat. I went with actually like thirty years younger than they are. Literally I went with Sandra Bullock so she's like fourteen. No come on. She was a huge movie star in the nineties and Glenn close isn't. I don't know what she she she was. An Oscar nominated actress she in everything like steel magnolias or something I was going according to seven time. There's the friends one she could do that. Seven Time Academy Award nominated actress Glenn Glenn Close Yeah Yeah Yeah here's the thing play fucking scarlet witch but she's Danya day-lewis still good the doctor strange. Yes no triumphant roles as Old Lady Sipping Tea. Uh Evil Evil Dog skinner you guys are the worst okay the vision man this is John Malkovich dots good. I picked John Claude van Damme but I think there's AH Jerry ones. That's good actually all right. We'll go onto black panther this fucking easy what really say Denzel Denzel fucking. I was GONNA say Wesley Snipes. now who's blade he can't do that you know what some bad i don't i don't think i think it's a tossup now what we also have falcon here eight discovery takes eddie murphy would take somebody else in the nineties come on guys is totally be somebody else got to be some eddie murphy would be great falcon remember beverly beverly hills cop you'd be great that'd be good one what am i would hear bump bump blah blah blah blah blah blah blah pom pom pom but oh bob i like june sandra bullock kids <hes> black widow enter scarlet with i know i like that spider man who edward norton now yep edward norton i know he already played hall whatever but he could absolutely mcguire iran in i'm going no you can't there's all that was into two thousands going with matthew broderick no come on he was young fuck bucknell no i don't like him the nineties i could go to cool i could go with that i can go at that all right i know you guys didn't want to go out to the guardians but i got a perfect victor star lord star lord brennan frazier canada's good day amon percy win argue that you win kris okay okay okay we got a couple more we got a couple more this is too fun to quit this is good the wasp oh did we already say uma thurman i did for black say nope not gonna say that so many of them act i got the camera india's that's not bad cameron diaz demi moore dammit i like her yeah yep yep done debbie moore okay so we're going down the what about nicole kidman she'd be getting something i don't know about the loss i thought about her but i couldn't really think pepper potts she could be a good pepper path yeah i like the pepperpot saying well hot commands mom talk she already was yeah you're right all right she played that roy we're doing guardians but i found a perfect one though is actually saw online full disclosure rocket raccoon you know man <hes> eddie murphy better rocker anybody else joe patchy now fuck am i clown to you and you andrew dice clay mike that's not bad man woody harrelson i like what here i why is everybody gotta get shitty about what are you hear all said he's fucking awesome machine i mean again denzel or wesley snipes in the handful black black getting their ou know i feel like cuba gooding junior could be more of a falcon then yeah that's machine machine yeah i think denzel would be better war always black panther all the way well did we say wesley snipes to wesley snipes would be more of a black panther because he's younger denzel would be a war machine who sows denzel could be nick fury but he probably be too young in the ninety s well nineties it's a white nick very doesn't have to be racist i'm not being racist to character yes character thank you for putting that off dude instead of me all of these v ironman should be denzel denzel's replay every- care is back pullen he back problem but then does the past he could play his he's so he is so you see all of these man on fire john q. <hes> training day training day the equalizer my favorite favorite denzel movie of all time is how we talked about on the podcast the siege the that is a great movie rate movie every american kinship watch a movie i think about fallen i love that movie fallen all of them what's wrong what's the song from fallen <hes> remember i don't man is <hes> is that what i love like movies about demons but remember that one that i also had arnold schwarzenegger and it was called end of day today's how's it good one nine hundred ninety nine can we can we do a new pepper potts okay julia roberts yeah that'd be good cash love her she six well she really you like redheads her i do she's so great i've never really thought that she was that attractive lover apparently universe the woman pretty well i just thought of a great wait now let's keep going on the list out about a great spiderman and then kept talking we still doing what about michael j. fox spiderman too old we got all the nineties early nineties he would be a good peter pirker i guess yeah he's a little cool to cool though he says he collie was great have you ever seen back to the future was the coolest dude in the world is that a movie turns pretty yeah it was trained to the west oh really in number three yet knowing that was the first one in the second one now really you've ever received chris well no biff what could be home what happened to beth i don't i mean he was like strong and then all of a sudden boop you know i seen him on he was on a podcast i think might have been chris hardwick s- podcast like he's friends with chris hardwick or something who's that guy who plays biff okay he's super cool great any good biff my two cuts can i redo my doctor strange oh my gosh jesus christ you're gary oldman i thought about that he'd be going like silver forgetting major ninety star but we haven't placed john travolta i don't fit l. a. nick fury no but now what would he be villain yeah he would be great he would be seeing faceoff he could be thin that's the punisher i mean does one move with the doesn't enough promises the punisher they came out in early two thousands the thomas jane wanted to time i love that we've talked about other yes we have not very good warzone they turned it didn't like it you try to really compact too much nor zone i agree that was like a whole ooh never did winter soldier bucky barnes i <hes> bucky barnes john travolta in the nineties katie bucket all depends on your captain america was so who look that way when they say these things <hes> good how is it not know bucky barnes who's a bookie barnes so so who won landeros who <hes> interesting bad he was all over the ninety zoro zero zero fucking no no wasn't good desperado oh you to wasn't he in like <hes> from gusto dawn was yeah yes he well he was not industrial line yes he was was he wasn't just absolutely one hundred percent was i wasn't law i'm gonna look it up now george clooney george clooney was in place george oh he'd be a great tony stark oh yeah boom one right there are we supposed to have definitive picks because we've been all over the board guys you're going to have to listen to this entire podcast figure out what we're doing so yes from dusk 'til dawn absolutely than tony renders where's the ending it the character i don't think he is not interviews raise wrong that's quentin tarantino i was thinking interred emilio estevez is to oh who and charlie sheen play a coach eh coastal take some places the coach amelia oh could totally be winter soldier yeah but charlie sheen his brother george clooney looks like he's he's tony start right now i'm saying george clooney's dark yeah i agree do you agree i i agree let's write this out right down one tony start ever we're not going to go through a mall again all right tony stark is george george clooney define it captain america though iro go back it's tom cruise short i don't like short people i think brad pitt would be a better under tom cruise the rabbit would be better tom cruise time thinking tom cruise the perfect kevin america it's insanity him as like today's tom he's tom cruise is not captain america no you're crazy who'd you say who did i put us cap i put bruce willis no that's terrible i said mel gibson young hey mad max fuck mel mel gibson he's australian so american is it crazy that he's australian and he has no accent anymore who's that mel gibson he is yeah he's american i did not know that you know honestly didn't on my god all right so we got in america from a mid nineties that's it no we're done so no we have to figure it out nick cage brad pitt no <music> kevin costner silvester along <hes> no it's definitely not sylvester stallone kevin caster so that's just alone can i i would default the kevin casher because he's pretty still vest alone can be drax sylvester salon could be drags i would agree with that what about jack nicholson i thought about him but i can figure way too old to be a cat that america yeah he's definitely not like an action hero he'd maybe more guidance about michael keaton i would do i mean i think michael keaton be perfect tony stark personally but canes already batman i do you do that tom hanks that tom thanks to be a good <hes> don't seem tom hanks weapon shield and how did you not see him in saving not as captain america but as hank pym hank pym bruce banner dude saving private ryan he was all over running around that was ninety five ninety six yeah throwing sticky bounds on <hes> nobody track listen to tom hanks is a good bruce banner who does he's gotta be more so so let's come back to captain america let's go back to door who's our door and spread pip i'm still saying schwarzenegger no no i'm going to say brad pitt i would say brad pitt over sourcing currently i lose yeah yeah yep sorry schwarzenegger could be this is good i liked that i don't know who schwarzenegger could be he's not very get actor that's the whole point i mean he could be bowie anything from mr freeze to tried that there were two now kindergarten cop opt-in china some sort of a teacher one of my favorite movies as a kid wasn't arnold schwarzenegger movie last action hero i loved last session here say predator but well predator too but i had the whole set set i hit a figure figure set of like where they do a final jump in his car like it blows up behind him they jump this jump in his car and him and this kid or in his vehicle vehicle ahead of plastic setup of that last jump of his car arnold schwarzenegger as the action figure in the kid and his car and it was the best set of action stuff i ever had besides they made toys of that oh yeah i had the whole action last action hero set of everything and then i also had this movie with judge like onset from the movie <hes> they made an alleyway solo yeah i remember that with <hes> what's that <hes> the running man that's what i was just about say my favorite arnold schwarzenegger movie all times and one of my favorite movies of all time is running man you go back and watch golf i know that movie i've watched it recently i love that move i love the movie too but it's so cheesy cheesy which is best i mean jesse ventura's in it i didn't know he was in he's in that one they came after predator and richard <hes> what's the guy richard pryor now the guy that was the family feud host was like the the host richard dawson i remember the <hes> he'd bizarre the euro whatever big fat guy would subzero is a big fact and there was a guy that was the opera singer guy the gay age over on in the car you were saying opera do you ever see that movie what movie running man running l. all you gotta sit you missed out me and my mom used to love that movie i watched that movie with the cornish it's one of the corners ninety movies ever really it's like arnold schwarzenegger is like a prisoner and as part of their death sentence or whatever they have this game it's a nationally televised game where they throw these prisoners into a basically like a slaughter course where they go from area to area and they fight different villains but everybody it's a t._v. show and they have an audience audience and stuff up and he goes through these different areas fighting these like gladiators essentially pretty much it's amazing great i don't know how i've not remade that movie why have remained product why don't know it yeah that's great because it was bad i i'm down for that anyway where we at that's it so that's that's that's going to be our picks for the nineties avengers team we we don't settle it no we were all over the board it's so hard to pick that yeah i think we had some pretty good picks though hell yeah oh yeah yeah i mean my picks mm stop it now obviously i won this and we can go to popular vote if we go to popular vote you're going to be dental i'll take the like arm by arm right dan you be listening to write in and say who are you are you sure you wanna go trial on this i i feel bad for the the listener because they're going to to really take some notes here but you're going to loose i don't think so because i don't think what you said is accurate well i'll agree to disagree we always do we always did so what's next <hes> i can't believe her into this on what the top ten picks yeah i don't know there's so frequent many there's only twenty twenty one that's it that's it yeah what are you confusing using are you putting disney movies disney you don't wanna surprise when i looked at the list though there are certain movies that i know pixar movies that aren't on that list like planes it sure is it wasn't on the list i was looking at no are you sure it's picks i thought there was a thirty semi movies it's an it's an cars universe because there's a really good movie called planes fire and rescue yes i love them is a great rate movies fucking horrible no you're wrong you're absolutely wrong i don't think you've seen it i really liked planes fire and rescue it's great they have a montage when he's flying across the country to go to firefighter training where they're playing like i don't really police home song in the background it's just a good good seen good movie i like it a lot i liked the the first movie planes but that one i didn't care for a saul nobody nobody did because it's got a twenty five percent on rotten thinking of a callback earlier episode you were asking me about what the reviews were for the garbage pail kids movie yeah i believe it's going to zero percent on rotten tomatoes don't use series that is reviews is ain't fucking possible yeah how is that cable then i don't wanna watch i know you do want to watch it zero percent movie i wanna watch need to watch it and it's got a <hes> what critics are that with the critics fans well hold on a second on the fan score it is i don't talk about something else so i find it well i mean now now why do i wanna watch zero per so how do we get eighty seven garbage pill kids movie zero percent with thirteen critic reviews twenty eight percent eh rotten tomatoes twenty eight percent audience with eight thousand five hundred eighty reviews here's the difference that i just figured out <hes> between pixar and other movies so there's disney okay slash pixar and then there's walt disney pictures walt disney pictures was before correct everything else so planes was the walt disney pictures movie planes was let me look at planes fire and rescue i love this review of that gingrich bill kids movie at least there was never a movie about pogs yes that's true because i had pogs i did a lot of pogs dour pogs so remember pogs now i do not like little <hes> discs little paper disks you can make yourself and you can put your whatever you want it on the make on s you know you can you had a dog maker i don't remember that then yeah i had a pug maker and you can make your own pogs alexan put your own pictures on the front of them and do all sorts i didn't i was a little after the pug pres you flip them apparently i was way after the pink craighead the made like a stack and then this person stack over her yeah so apparently way before yes craze you're fifty years old your way before what we're talking forty oh well whatever either way so voltaire terrible movie but one that oddly warrants at least one viewing okay oh for the masochistic and morbidly curious planes that sums us lanes perfectly and planes fire and rescue is both both made by walt disney pictures okay but that's probably after they bought pixar so we started this thing right because this came out in two thousand fourteen okay so they bought pixar after twenty fourteen i so no way before before let me see let me see when did disney by pixar forty-three percent on rotten tomatoes planes fire and rescue that's that's travesty ooh two thousand six yeah i was gonna state so apparently actually gonna say two thousand six well it's separate it's not a pixar movie okay let's find i wouldn't account it in the top ten anyway so we can go to our i mean and pixar is its own studios hop ten pixar moves everybody ready yeah what direction we tend to one yeah i am i started saying yeah we always have to start i can start number ten you're just so controlling my number we let you start my number ten is rat cat tui really yeah i love that movie it's great movie it no i love the pearl higher on the list everyone can cook dude i know i know i i love it to movie bug's life we'll talk about it later same here you're a number ten is what the bugs bug's life a bug's life that is one that i had not seen till recently like maybe a year ago you kidding me yeah no i just missed it here in aunts fan yell yeah for sure that's weird i'm gonna answer all day long ants ants says good movie but bugs life liberty and i don't even think i've even still watched it all the way through wow but are you at disney at animal kingdom inside of the big tree tree of life they have a bug's life <hes> little movie it's great so you think that's great and you still don't watch the movie yeah it's like a little three d. movie and a bug's life and aunts like started three d. movies enemies in this movie they spray sprayed the stink bug spray new spray stinking your face it's pretty cool and then they spray with water and then at the end they make it seem like bugs or crawling on the on your seats and they got a little things that pokey right in the butthole other uh-huh and it freaks the kids out 'cause they're sitting there in the actual movie if you buy the d._v._d. they send little poker's that you're supposed to hope you're in your but i didn't know that true oh yeah that's why i love that movie so it's a little higher than ten for me what's the name of the aunt i don't pictures back say my name it's all about you it's all my jerry it always is i mean this it always oh jerry the good dinosaur her out stop it that is an awful godawful movie now the good dinosaurs there chris that is the worst movie of disney history you're not right no you're not right i cannot believe that's happening right now that movie is so bad you are the worst human being i've ever met how do you like that movie it's so good i guess not day good i've never met anybody that like that movie critically considered the worst first pixar movie oh what's not yes it is what is not no thought okay okay look it up i will look it up and i will fight you to the death on the good dinosaur being a piece of steaming pilot garbage i liked liked the good dinosaur a lot i wouldn't sought at theaters that was great east i ever movie he saw its style and it's good they have it's a western movie it's a western it's awful is what lists so good number ten is definitive too good dinosaur number nine i have monsters university okay i really indoor that movie yup it's just a fun movie and i john goodman and billy crystal bringing home it's a good movie the good dinosaur is samuel sam elliott it's no big deal here dan i can't hear if we're gonna throw out names really number nine dude sam l. finding dory number i don't remember that movie very much yeah i have time remember liking it but but i don't remember same here that's why that's why not i don't like finding dory at all but i like finding nemo and that's what i have is number nine really because i like finding dory more than finding nemo for schneider likely to good dinosaur i i don't even like a human being that would put that i like the good dinosaur bad and i like finding nemo and i think finding nemo is number number nine i was never a fan of finding nemo do you like finding dory better than finding a huge fan of either but i really yeah little fish the p._r. yeah you don't let me see don't like handicapped people saying jerry hey he just like oh man how what do you feel about sure people job people people have no and i can't find i like the finding nemo ride at disney that's pretty good oh so you like i'm gonna tell you what did you on that right yes you did it's in the aquarium all the you drive by the windows to the fish tanks and they project the finding nemo characters nearly swimming around in the fish but in real life you win like that right you wouldn't like watching that in real life does none of those fish could be real right that's right all right i like a fake ride that projects the movie but at all like the movie they have a great great what do you call aquarium data's there's three they're really great aquarium right so finding nemo don't have it's a good dinosaur you know what disney has wiped all memory of good dinosaur there's not a single mention the fuck nothing godawful movie movie they've ever made number eight is for me toy story the first one toy story one i went towards toy story to toy story sorry to i'm more with toy story one just because it was like the first of a franchise but i'd like toy story to very much as well that's right to the beginning the toy story to iraq's when they're like have them there around the train oh yeah and they got the evil dr porch over whatever you call dr pork chop drops the monkey barrel bombs for number eight jerry cocoa cocoa cat that's right there was fucking good dinosaur what have you not watched these movies let's go to my number seven you don't like cocoa either coco's my number seven all okay cocoa's awesome what are you talking about you haven't seen it oh man coco's great job is a free awesome it's incredible the storyline about the little boy findings grandpa like learning about music i'm going to have to me like almost grind dude music's incredible music in my life i i love i love everything about music and this movie is centered around that and they center like family ties to music in like how you can find your family through music it was also amazing and refreshing refreshing to To what animated movies could be because they they changed at all like it was just so vibrant and colorful and rape movie. It should be higher on our list. Probably it was visually like you haven't seen it jarring like you need to look gotTa Watch movie I saw in theaters and I walked out of the theater and I was just like floored so I had not I hadn't watched it for a long time and then David seething top told me about it. He's like this is a movie. We watch watching our house all the time. You have to watch it and he started explaining the storyline to me. It's an it's a wonderful storyline to and very adult. That doesn't talk down to kill Yeah. It's it's similar toy. Story doesn't talk down onto you about like death and about anything and and I didn't believe him at first and then I watched the movie multiple times and it it's so good yeah it's very I that's a win. That was my number seven so dude await. You said number seven that were number eight number eight seven seven Yeah Monsters Inc okay. We'll probably talk about that later. Uh Okay what tyler all right you're number seven months drink <hes> my number seven is toy story the original Oh that was my number. That's yeah it's a very good movie. It started the whole animated. A franchise is very good. It's amazing. We were talking about earlier podcasts to go back and look at the animation. Yeah I mean are now but it's still pretty good for being that long ago at the time it was groundbreaking stuff stuff like nobody animation before it came out and that's when everyone real logic though and it doesn't bother you if you go back and watch the original steamboat Mickey it's very simple shape so circles squares squares triangles in back and look at the original toy story the same thing. It's all very basics. That's why I love it. Liar my list the original okay down the two number six yeah for me. Is the incredible probably hiring your guises list okay number six for me again. We're getting up there now. Too Good Territory I love the visual style is the main thing I love the visual style that movie. It's incredible it. Is I love incredible. 's number six do finding Nemo Okay Finding Nemo. I'm not a fan I loved. It was my number nine. I wouldn't put it as six but oh I like it a lot. I mean it's it's definitely my list list for sure good like a lot <hes> mine number. What is it six six monsters university ooh really mind? That's a fun movie. It is so I I do. I do like it. I'd like it better than Monsters Inc <hes> I like Mike Zaluski a lot and it's basically his story yeah and <hes> ties it all together. I think it ties it all together a lot but really drink <unk> monsters INC does it's <hes> it's a better story than the original is and that's why I have it as my number six okay down to number five for me is incredible to which I liked more than I thought that was an incredible movie. No Pun intended yeah. I don't know there was something about the it not being a introduction characters. What do you call that like an origin story origin? I really enjoyed I'd like to see them pick up later on and I think they double down on some of the humor and a lot of fun stuff that movie I thought that was a movie and like the visuals and the first one are amazing and the art style yeah but if you watch those two back to back like the second one the animation is it's out of its on point yeah. It's just see that we saw in theaters and it's like soup. We think we saw in Three D.. Oh did you anyway the animation. I remember leaving that and I'm like that at that time. I thought that was the greatest animation I'd ever seen anything ever. Yes allies taught toy story for number five Dune Ready to really rat tat to we anyone can cook man just a great show. I don't watch that movie enough but every time I watched it. I'm like man this movie's Great Yeah but I should watch it more often. That's one I totally missed two when it came out and see it for years it came out when I was in college and one of our friends I'd lived with right next to one of our good friends C._J.. Parker he loved that movie. You Watch it like every day in in a thread good Trinity House it's so he would watch it all decide. It's great. I love it. We'll be on five five. My number five was bug's life. Okay guess just totally missed this morning. I love bugs and another chance it started it all off like it started off the animation for well. I mean toy story really did but after that was bug's life it like it was groundbreaking when bugs like came out as soon as bugs like came out aunts came out but that was a separate studio Yep bug's life is better. There's always been a big discussion which ones better bug's life is better. It has a better story line. It's definitely got better animation. I feel like yeah better animation. It's it's very good. I love it cool number. Four for me is is <hes> wally okay. I I never saw that movie originally didn't see it until probably a couple years ago yeah because I'd always just seemed boring to me me too and then I watched it with kids and I'm like this is really groundbreaking stuff to really good show. It's a really good movie and there's no almost no dialogue in it. Yeah it's very limited dialogue. Yes totally fighting. Don't even notice it. After which is the great thing about it is there's no dialogue into into character that it's a robot yet. They're taking robots with no facial expressions and had some things they emotions awesome. It's really cool movie. I it's amazing that they made it in the first place. That's what's Cool Ball Pixar ars. They totally make stuff that just there's no business being made. You know what I mean but it works so anyway. That was my number four dude. You're number four up up. I'll put a a lot of people like up. I'm not a fair personally. I Love I mean the montage at the movie is incredible. Is I think is why hold onto hold on the whole beginning of the movie Agassi really good. It's kind of loses me yeah towards you and it gets a little crazy but the whole point of it is it's not about you about everything else and I agree it. It is about everything else and it's about an old man. Dan like trying to find his way after his wife has gone right like he's trying to find. He's trying to find a companion something after his wife is gone and I'd get that I do get the fact act that you're needing someone after your partner in crime like your best friend is gone and I can't imagine I can't imagine at that age losing your your bombing there. You know what I mean like like. We're in the stage of our life that that's not something we think about but to me in the beginning. It was just a little bit too sad it will. I think it was too sad throughout the movie. It didn't lift me up enough. I guess I would say you're happy. Go lucky guy when you're gonNA movies. I I'm not much of a prowler when I go to see a Disney Pixar movie says a- and but I think the exact opposite in the beginning tears you down and the rest of the movie build you up so you see this old man going from losing everything he's ever had his world yeah to finding companion like you said you're right in in being in him revert back to I'm a grumpy old man and he realizes that it's a it's a good movie. You're right. You're you're making your case. Well Yeah. I still probably wouldn't put it in my personal top town but you're making the case that it's probably artistically movies. I agree with you. That's what it does. It just doesn't do it enough for me. I felt sad through the majority of the movie because the little boy loses Kevin even so many times and it's like I don't know if I've actually ever seen the movie all of you the end because I always kind of lose interest about when they're on that that's also because you're just a bad human being bad. Just the bed person so fuck number forgery inside out okay what inside out it's a phenomenal movie. It's amazing. It is absolutely amazing talks to you about all emotions that you would have as a kid or an adult and how you navigate those emotions through a kid or an adult it tells you about like what each one of them is like what each emotions at some point it might like it. It might weigh a little bit harder on like having negative emotion in the beginning to wear your to negatively sourced. I guess you'd say like on anger and <hes> depression and things like that but at the end of the day it's about happiness and trying to figure out how to navigate the rest of your emotion to get happiness at the forefront right and happiness in the movie is kind of selfish and old wearing joy joy yeah <hes> it's kind of like selfish overbearing like it's trying to be the forefront of what the movie is but in the background all of those other emotions take the place of joy. Joy can't handle that right but in real life you can have joy through all of those other emotion emotions regardless of what the scenario is like you can find joy. I know she seems selfish and she seems like she needs the the the main idea but in everyday life you should put joy as the main idea right like shouldn't dwell on negative and anger anger and whatever else I just think it's a really great picture of what goes on in people's heads yeah. You know it's great movie so cool. We'll go to number three golden. Me Is Toy story three for me awesome for my money. That's the the best of the franchise although recently saw toy story four and I'd have to watch it again but I think it might bake a run for the money but <hes> it's a little fresh yeah. It's a little fresh yeah see toy story three. I think has some of the best <hes> scenes of any movie yeah towards the end of that movie and we've talked talked about it before the way that it takes raw real things doesn't talk down to kids yeah and it doesn't it doesn't talk down to you. Yeah just tells you how things happen and in those characters themselves have such great character arc so it's just great movie agreed dude number three. I'm going to not apologised movie. I just love it and just do so. Let's talk down to me about a lot of movie so I'm ready for it. Go for a dude cars. I just love Ca Chow. I like cars a lot because I just loved the movie. I love everything about it. It's one of those things like it's. They're all great movies. Really Ours is really funny kids movie. That's why I love about some of these other movies. Maybe a little more adult or more wow wow I like cars three a lot and it's probably my favorite other cars really. Is it really yeah. I'd like to just mainly just because the visuals it's really kind of cool looking. Let's just get the streetcars to as dog shit. I don't even I never even that's why he's international right yeah Pittsburgh bad. It's not a Godawful cars twos bad original cars absolutely the best cars three. I like yeah I would say that I'd agree with that. Oh my favorite part of the cars so many times mind blown bending my favorite part of cars when he realizes at the very end of the movie where he stops the race he goes and gets the older race car and pushes gasline so when these thousand times me embrace of Watch this movie Obi. I've tried to instill that it's not about you winning about everybody else. I mean it's good. It's good that you do well in everything in life it just that sometimes things aren't more important than that right there so yeah I like the message for sure was that three three by number three is incredible to go. It's I feel the best out of the incredible again because of the animation and I I like the story better. I think the story as a whole is better I love seeing the dad at home with kids because that is so much more real life nowadays than than than anything else like the whole picture of like only mothers being at home and dad's off doing whatever they want is so far out of the picture in today's Day and age that it doesn't isn't ring true to any of us really and seeing the mother go out and do their job. I think is pretty awesome. You know like in my own life like amy has their own job by at my own job. We both have our own thing but that is today's Day and age like MOMS don't say home anymore. They do their own thing. They have their own lives now. I like seeing that in a movie. I think it's really cool and I think it's really cool seeing the DADS. Stay at home with kids because it's absolutely puzzle possible. I think it's like insane to say that a father can't stay home with their kids and be just as good at home as a mother. Is You know what I mean like. It just doesn't work that way anymore and I think that story line of the dynamic between a data at home and a mom out to work is really cool. Yeah that was a really good movie and the animation is by far better the incredible my number two is inside out which we talked about a little bit. Go on a little bit more on it. I think it's it's an incredible movie. It's definitely one that every single time I see it. It's just blows me away yeah and almost like tears me up. It's incredible story. It's just really good movie. When amy I saw inside out we saw together it was after it was in theaters? We saw it at home and both of us after the movie was over over like looking at each other like Holy Shit. Let's took it really. Does this took us on our rod regrettable. Amy Loves inside out and I am completely on board that movie yeah it's probably on my list of one of my favorite movies of all time yeah yeah. I would never argue that dude looking at you the incredible to go. We've talked about it yeah. It's so good it's movie was that that's number two to my number two toy story three there. You go talked about what we did it again. Toy Story four is a little bit new a little bit fresh. <hes> I think it would rank a lot higher in my list in coming years but right now toy story three just takes the cake for toy story movies the that we've talked about it before but the scene in the end when they're going to the incinerator incinerator Yup. It's incredible you there to to this day. You can't beat that scene in an animated movie no because of the depth like there's so much depth you already have in these characters when it comes from ninety five when it came out until now or whatever year toy story three came out what was it laney. Sex Toy started three thousand nine or something yeah sorry you just actresses it touched all the fields all right and to the grand and my number one is monsters inc way lower but I have oh valve at the the one thing I'll say I love watchers inc with a murder the first time I watched it and I saw the animation and scully's for on the back is just there and it looks real yeah it does in your when you're in. You're going Holy Shit. I mean what hard they do that. I mean yeah it is phenomenal. I just think for my money. It's definitely super heart warming. It's an also another story. That's very a deep emotionally and will choke you up but at the same time it's really probably a all of those movies the funniest although the maybe monsters university that's definitely they're like that's the funny franchise and it is very funny and the cast they have is amazing to have John Goodman and billy crystal is a billy crystal. It's Billy Crystal Yeah. It's great cast and I love it. I love if you ever go to Disney. The monsters INC laugh floor. You're a magic kingdom is great. It's a lot of fun dude. You're number one the good dinosaur oh my God joking holy cow I thought it was I was like a loose son a bit of horrible horrible. It's either one of you first of all it is one hundred percent. Just the lion game remained. He made with dinosaurs. That's fine. I mean better than lines. They Paul Field with their heads. Come on a really bad movie. It's not that bad toy story just from this dodge I remember watching touching. It is a kid at the time I was in high school sixteen years old and being just blown away by just literally blown away by and I just loved every point of it I mean gene was at the time Tom Hanks was not nearly it's famous as he's now but he was pretty famous Oscar for forrest gump well. He was coming off of that but now I mean he's a Hollywood you know just pinnacle in Tim Allen using the height of his fame Tim Melania I mean so and just love it. It's a great movie in everything about it. So that's my topic there you go jerry man my number one is ready to oh there you go aren't that man so the big thing about rats too so I saw ready to eat as soon as it came out but it was while I was deployed and I went to the we had a movie theater because I was on a base that <hes> it was like the biggest base in Iraq and they had a movie theater so on my kind of day off we went and saw rat to to you like just came out. I didn't no anything about it and went saw this movie. I immediately fell in love and at the time I just fell in love with it because it was a movie I got to go see but then I watched it again and again and again and and it's it's easily a movie that just shows you about like. It's okay to create like it doesn't matter who you are or what you're doing. You can create or do whatever you want. Ah Criticism is okay like in rats. There's literally a food critic that comes to the the restaurant all the time right and there's a guy that thinks he can cook but he can't coke without a friend so it's okay you too have help doing what you WanNa do and it's okay to have someone say like it's not that good unless you did this right so you can like build on that and build on that until you do something good good luck. Criticism isn't necessarily bad in in the grand scheme of things and it's learning from that criticism and that's the whole movies about like the whole movies about like learning your flaws and making them better. Everyone has the an overarching flaw in their life that you're trying to build upon and it's like learning that and getting better from it and I think it's amazing and I obviously love cooking looking. I love everything about cooking. <hes> and that's that's the whole movie and obviously it's like a man in a rat but in the grand scheme of things it's like you learning to overcome certain flaws ause to get better and an accepting criticism is okay it like we talked about a toy story like it doesn't talk down to you know. I don't feel like this movie talks down to you. I think it talks to you saying like you have this flaw. Learn how to overcome it you know and and that's what I think. The majority of like the youth today needs to understand is that it's okay to have a flaw in everything you do like you can you you don't have to be good at it but being okay at it and then learning that like learning how to get better at it is that's a big number one thing in the world. These days are U._S.. Anyway is nobody is willing to. I don't WanNa say fail because that's looking overused. Term is like <hes> if you can't be the best automatically nobody wants to try bright like when these kids get out of school or a high school or college and they go oh I can't make one hundred twenty thousand dollars a year right us all exactly like or this or how many years do I have to work in the mail room and this is on the actual lawyer and then how many years before after that you know what I mean dislike it takes time and this movie is saying like a rat. The lowest form of being right like in Paris Paris upscale will foodie place where everything has to be absolutely perfect and that's where the whole Michelin Star thing came from and yet this guy is using but came from the Michelin Tire Company but Michelin official was a Frenchman Okay so you're both right yes but this man is taking the lowest form of life in a rat that everybody thinks like a garbage dweller and using him to create food that everyone loves right and it's that's what it is. It's like you don't a lot of layers to to because the whole of the rat rattus to begin with it's like lowly commoner food dish in itself is the lowest form of food right right. Yeah it to me. I honestly Brad Bird it. He did incredible. He did iron giant. I honestly and he put together Ratu to you in. He did a phenomenal jobless story. He's a genius but it's a great. We're place to end it because first of all you brought up a lot of points that I'd never really thought about that movie. That's a great place to end it too because it reminds me a lot of what we do on this podcast. Yeah it really does because there is a lot of people that are like you are three mid thirty one to mid thirty year olds fuck thirty to argue. I'm thirty two. I'm fucking thirty eight. I was referring to me in you as the mid thirty thirty year old. I knew that close to mid. I I know for a fact there's GonNa be a lot of people or there will be or whatever if they heard about us doing our top ten pixar movies the first thing they'd be like what are these guys doing. The kids move kids movies yeah and I feel I genuinely first of all. It may be at one point in my life. That would bother me baby before we did this podcast. Oh probably doesn't now at all because we've been doing this podcast and everything that we've been doing over the last couple years but my main thing now is like I feel bad for them yeah that they can't like reach passed stupid stuff to realize that there's like a message. This is a movie not even save so much. Reach Pass is enjoy life thrower. I enjoy watching everything down. Yes there are certain things I enjoy more than others but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy other thing how yeah I mean Pixar puts out great movies. I mean everything they have out. There is just awesome but to be Oh and then also to be able to enjoy it and respected from visuals standpoint. Enjoy it respect it from a directing standpoint in writing standpoint a production standpoint to understand that thousands of people put thousands of hours into creating this piece of content in the case of Ratatouille or inside out votes or cocoa or some of these other movies wally then they're not things that would ever be made. No no in their thing is not mainstream ideas or things. I'm lucky enough to have felt we are lucky enough to have healthy the children yes to where we can. I've sat down enjoyed these movies with everyone. I've seen everyone I've read everyone every movie here sufferers of cocoa. I haven't seen but <HES> I'm looking to enjoy them with my children. That's I've seen them multiple times. There's a lot of people that either have younger children haven't gotten here yet or people who don't have children they will be where we are here in five years and they'll go. They're like Oh my God pictures phenomenal i. I didn't realize what you guys are talking about and I listen this podcast and I think we're we're. We're incredibly lucky is that this stuff came out so pixar or in animated movie in general came came out when we were young enough to remember that yeah so in our parents day and age we span that spanned the gap yes and in our parents day and age. This was <hes> so we're they were our age and this stuff just. Just came out and it was something brand new and it was it was at the time promoted as kids stuff and we had talked about toy story for <hes> in a previous episode and all of the toy choice stories when they first came out were promoted. It seemed like an were written four a younger generation and the child first and second is totally the case but then as you see toy story three the and four especially it's tailored more for an adult crowd even though it's it's an animated film <hes> when once you watch it it's like man I've grown up with these raise characters. There's even though there's toy their toys. It's the story. A lot of people look past story and that's where I can't get there. The can't get their egos or something to settle it down for a second and just allow them. This is why I always always something for the story. This is why I always bring it back to comic books and that's where I was going with the two so the perfect segue when you talk about comic books it's a picture book right and people don't like to look at pictures and then read <hes> words and and they think it's a kids thing. The story in and of itself is an adult content. Eh Book anywhere you look. I don't care what story you look at. These books are written for an adult by an adult by an adult and they are for you. You have to get past the fact it's a picture and but already passed that when you sit there and realize that an artist was involved that it's art yes and that's the same with movies like it's not just a story it's art but as one hundred percent art so if you can get by that and be like again it's just a it's a small-mindedness to appoint extent it is it's just I don't WanNa talk down about people and say that they they are small minded. I just don't think that that they are open enough to understand that. The story is one hundred percent relative to their life. Go recently. I also learning it. Also it's all you take information to like true. My daughter who is <hes> soon to be ten. She is cursing my brain and say that however you want to look at it. Bryce took after my my older brother who can read a book a novel with no pictures and understand retain as he's really smarter than comprehension. Yeah we're grace. She's a very she loves graphic novels. She reads the words she sees the picture she retains the information. She's like me visual very visual and she loves graphic novels. She loves comic books because she can relate to them. She understands yeah can take the information and like that very quickly but I honestly I think human nature. Is that everybody I think people don't give it a chance but even even somebody that isn't isn't a visual learning like that. It's so much easier to comprehend the story. That's why movies are so popular right exactly story when there's visual elements like every agitate rate to be able to read a novel novel and pictured on your match absolutely we have all been there and everybody gets there and everybody will get their to where they're able to do that and and there's nothing like that. It's a different experience in in school in school. In fifth greet remember there was like a book <unk> reading like everybody had read a certain amount of books right and and try to get to a certain level and and you were scored on how many books you read and whatnot and <hes> that's good in every sense of the word but I feel like there's a half the percentage of kids that could do just as well as the top percentage of kids if you would let them read a comic book or a graphic novel because they're better at visualizing things they can still read the words you're still reading but you're visualizing what happens and they could do just as well as those other kids. I think comics are great reading comprehension because once you start to get into one and you start reading fat yeah you start just skimming the words and seeing the and seeing what you're just skimming over the words but you're totally contextualising the story yeah have you ever making the story and your brand. After awhile you forget that you're reading yeah exactly absolutely and it becomes a movie and that's why people are people a little szeswith moving and Dan like brace that can read a novel and make that moving his head. You know sometimes I was not that way. It's the same thing I was not that way in school. I did not like reading. I was always slower at reading. I didn't read as fast as most people even today like even right now. My wife reads so much faster than me same year and she'll she'll tell me she's like like are you. She's not making fun of me by any means. She'll just say like like Oh my Gosh Oh you've done reading that no I. I don't know if I'm thinking too much into the words I'm reading or I think it's just my dad can read through a book like He. You can give him a book and he will read it like instantly that night. How did you do that? You know I don't I don't understand how people can read so fast and obtain information to me like every word I read. I'm trying to like picture right. I mean like the story. I'm trying to picture so in a comic book. It's already pictured for you right. I can read the words and look through the book and it's so fast and I I don't know I think that can really help all kids across the board because it's doing it for you and at the end of the day that's that's what we're looking for his comprehension. If you can comprehend a story drawn and written for you it's the same thing as watching a movie like everybody so obsessed with watching movies nowadays comic books the original movie right and that's where it's Atman like story wise. It's it's bar none better than a novel I think well I just think <hes> it's also ridiculous that you know it's perfectly acceptable to read a Stephen King Book but to read the Saga of swamp thing which is a Stephen King Comic Book. It is which I think is better better. You know what I mean no but I really think that has changed with all the <hes> d._C.. APP and <hes> comics allergy. There's so how much more stuff out there for people to read come books. It hasn't changed you're right. I think it's count books are more mainstream than novels because I would agree with that. I think I think my point saying that it was specifically like the just the Pixar discussion that that's what everybody a lot of people z like. I can't believe you guys are sitting around talking about Pixar movies like you guys. It's the same thing with comic books the same thing with all this other things like you got ought to have an open mind you've got to be able to look at these stories and realize they're credible and that goes for all animated movies that goes for the movies. Well goes for everything in light. It goes for everything you're one hundred percent think they uh-huh males tell you what that's why that's what this is. This started is that's what we start so all full circle right here. Is that what you just said to be to begin this whole conversation was like that's why this podcast started in your in your right and dude you're right because you just said the whole reason why we started this is like we loved this certain thing and we had talked about it in bars and to to our friends at parties or at home you know we made a discussion about comic books but we talked about it to ourselves but we handle in about movies and you have to work into having that discussion with another a person. Is this okay well so jerry did not. He didn't even know you like I really didn't in the reason. I didn't know you like the stuff or I didn't know. A lot of people like this stuff is because no one talks. NOBODY TALKS ABOUT READING COMIC BOOKS WATCHING COMIC Book Movies even though like everyone can say oh yeah I went and saw the the newest avengers that's fine as okay as soon as you say like that back in the day when they said that they'd be like yeah I saw the vendors movie but they automatically defaulted to the like it was fine for you know it was comp yeah but they didn't have and they loved it might have loved it every day. Everybody went and saw them but they wouldn't say like Oh. It was great and this and this and this they'd be like secretly they'd be like I really liked it but I can act like it's kit stuff yes exactly and we had always had that discussion and that's why Chris and I had always like blew up like we were always friends because of that discussion right but the majority of people when you try to have that discussion it was kind of a wall and it was like yeah they're good but you know what does that have to do about no godfather boom you know my life you know but again you talking about Godfather or saving private Ryan Shit or heat eat whatever like Bagley exactly like none of like Oh. I loved gladiator. What do you have to tie into gladiator? Have you ever been a gladiator. Have you ever fought for your life in an arena. No you like grow. There is at one time stuck over there and South Wilmington. That's a long but Russell Crowe was like fighting the system feel like that was the story and that's what people liked like people liked seeing him like fighting against the government basically right. You know like if you like braveheart if you didn't like the government yeah like if you didn't like what was happening at the time and you had like certain rebellion that's what you liked. It sure he cut the heads off of a bunch of people in an arena and did whatever you like the fact that he was not agreeing to the system that he was thrown into under poor circumstance and then you get into a comic book movie and Guy Can shoot plasma out of his hands or thor has a hammer and can slam it on top of a guy and create lightning and whatever that's ridiculous right you know but of gladiator that you've never met in your life and you didn't know any leaders to begin with is okay right. You know well that that's where we come from and the fact is is like the story is where it's at and we all relate to that story and just like I said with Reta Tui it's a fricken rat inside of a guys hat and that dude is learning how to overcome his adversity in like feeling uncomfortable with cooking feeling uncomfortable with who he is and learning to overcome that from a friend it with the one thing years forget about out. It's a good dinosaur on the these meek in meager little dinosaur. You don't like dad died recovers him well. That's that's that's beyond the point because he's on the field is knows you know and your son no way. This is bullshit. Would any of you die for your kid or of course you would so what is so would the good dinosaurs dad and his friend. The came along was abandoned boy. Stop you guys at the word. Now I am judging you. I'm going to fight you over this. I think it's a good movie and at the end of the day it has a good message because he overcomes the death of his dad. He gains a friend and he's basically the man in the household old after that because he got everybody else killed everyone his dad's sacrificed himself to save his son so the point of this all is Chris won't save his children and dude hates people. You take a step by listen said that better if you take the step by listening this podcast to be able to admit like I'm into Comic Book Movies Trust US take the next step start reading some comic books or watching some animated Comic Book Movies and take that step and everything will be great so yeah I I agree with you about take the next step in Rita comic book because that's where story comes from. I wholeheartedly believe in that and readable two books in general enjoy enjoy art with an open mind right yeah. That's the biggest thing in today's Day and age is like open line like stop watching reality shows and there's so many things true crime shows. You have a phone in your hand. Whether what phone you have there are so many APPs I usually have two books queued up in my my phone to other read all times as you have five or six comic books. I'm reading all at the same time you know just switching around whenever free time I finish WANNA go to the next one. That's my main thing that I love reading novels <hes> but I don't read enough like at all got something cute on my phone. It's there so time consuming. That's so hard to do with kids yeah so time consuming you. You have a free moment. You're like let's relax worry about what we're doing next and then when I relax I could pick up a book and fall asleep. When I WANNA relax it turns out they drop in new no season stranger? The biggest problem is like stranger things comes out or Jessica Jones or a new movie or we're waiting to see Spiderman. I WANNA see Spiderman so bad man so speaking of comics. What's in the by what that box first off? Let's see how many boxes you out like seven. I eight box here from I guess it's clean legacybox April eleventh two thousand seventeen o two years old. We got always amazing. Spiderman always amazing spider man the amazing spider man with your amazing covers silver sable returns that one looks Kinda dark. Show me that again show that to me yeah. Oh my gosh the have such good art demand. He felt Oh guys as soon as we say that the name of these books look them up because that is number twenty six and the the covers are we got a US doctor who eleventh Dr Adventures Year three the eleventh doctor my man you need to watch Dr who I used to watch non stop to change doctors all they do often yeah like all the time but Matt Smith doctor who but he never watched Matt Smith so you have. I was really amazing seasons. I was addicted doctor. Who who is the guy from? I'm good almonds Ego David tennant. I was addicted to David tennant arguably as good with Matt Smith there. No I didn't miss a fucking wait. Wait we arguably as good you said like yeah so you're saying Matt Smith Eras Better Than David. I said it could be argued. Okay I agree with you be argued but just as good. He's back like a motherfucker backpedaling backpedalling. I'm saying that the Matt Smith era was very good. It is it is like handed hand tenth. Eleventh doctor is what you should watch intake like those I was against Matt Smith Breath as soon as he came in but then once the story started holy smokes man we got D._C.. Comics bombshells shells suicide squad cover jerry doesn't like bombshell. I'm not a big fan bombshells <hes> we got D._C.. Universe Rebirth Batman Number Twenty. I am Bane. I love Bain stories so with my Woodson entry to the D._C.. The universe at a started getting the new fifty two number one. That's my first comeback starting starting to hold petty Ron Yeah. I was you right now. Starting it over. I mean I haven't read them. I'm starting over right now. I wish this is you boy for your in your of the family. I'm looking forward to it like huge so much before that though like you got court avowals Oh yeah yeah I can't quarter vows run run. I honestly wish I was you right now. I'm like you're in for a life changing event. I remember reading those so that's still when I worked swing shift and I remember reading those most of the time on midnights and I was like non. Stop ignoring my job you the government employees it is best over here. That's perfect. This is what you pay for. We got the walking dead at number one sixty six. It's over. That's close to being our you're star wars. What is that that's skyrocketing? Lightsaber aren't always fighting but looks pretty lay as cover. WHOA wow that's a different cover notley? She's not half-naked naked digital art digital art in Star Wars going which is fine I like digital or is there a new darth vader. Come Kelly not sure there was a run by Karen Gillan Dylan. That's an older one thought Lazarus Twenty six. That's cool code. That's the last one that's the last one the last one probably worrisome coin yeah. Let's go very you'll be a you'll be another. Do Lazarus that whole run Greg recco read it. They're they're making a movie on a net flex movie. You need to read that before. The movie comes out. I need to do a lot. The things get on my Comics College Man Logan Number Twenty Jeff Lemere yep very good again old man Logan and other UNU- should read. I saw the movie. No it's different. This is the last one in that one book bag your boxes can N._T.. Tonight back. This is a big bag though we got another D._C.. Bomb shows <hes> <music> saga. We Got Batman Number Nineteen of the rebirth <hes>. I haven't read that so I'm like right around there and the rebirth run. I be probably right there. We got a daredevil number eighteen lot of Pearls Saliva Purple Soleil. Did you ever read that run. No no I have not I have not read the first one look this gigantic. It's huge. I have not read the Charles. I always say Soleil because it's like S._O._U.. L. E.. I don't know how it's pronounced but amazing spider man number twenty five on that's a big it cover. That's a huge book a big book huge. Can you guys read twenty five pages in a row because I don't know if I can twenty five pages yeah. This is a lot more than twenty miles. Gosh I watch work is <hes> that's it. That's small box. Wow tiny box little bucks every type box. I mean Christos. Apparently it's all the orders yeah so no. I gotta get caught up on these bad boys. I gotta get my I still haven't put anything in my new comics organizational system. You need to get the new daredevil the new Spiderman No. Let's talk about the more important fact of my life. There's two things when can we go back to COMECON for God's sakes it's been so long journey coming up because I will not be in town for months and while you're in miss the big one which <hes> wizard one is when is that it's an August when we will be there. We need to figure this out now jerry because we're booth we're going for the the entire convention doing this. One day should anymore and you'll be easily available because nothing with farm will be available trust me. We need to set those days aside. I completely agree. If we have to happen we could get a booth but we'll see and also the way we we have said in previous episodes. If you guys have followed along that we would have a comic book ready well what happens in August quit saying it's not going to happen well. We're getting damn close well. We have to act on that. Okay deal. Let's do that. That's what we have to do like that's the only answer to this is not saying like well. Maybe next time we gotTa Make Art Jerry Right now. We have to do a lot of things I it wholeheartedly possible for us to do that. It's just like putting your nose to the grindstone doing it the other big thing. Is this weekend mark getting. What's supposed to be a two thousand nine hundred eighteen SNARF field trip? Oh I want to go to this weekend well. I mean it's every weekend from here. On out we get one the Bristol Renaissance Fair to the tanks. We're going to go into the <hes> sensory deprivation tanks that too. We're supposed to do too bad dudes going out of town for the next two months doing that work. Oh quit your job. Come silly. We've got deprivation takes. You Got Renaissance Fairs to go to five K. Well. I don't think I treat or Harper. Farms pay me six figures you know they will they will. I don't know if you know that or not yeah. No I treat as well they already do for me at least six K. I'm the wrong minority if we if we get our patriots P._G.. Up Maybe SNARF maybe SNARF comics could be we could funded <music> six-figure so if we walk in house tonight grace goes to me she goes. Hey Babe where you're going you choose. Where are you going to go? You Know Jerry increases podcast so I think takes off or you're going to do it for a living well. Only if I can make a lot of money that's I mean that would be something if we could make enough money. Johny do a ploy three people if we could make enough money to pay like our half a person thousands of dollars a year and sobriety grades the amazing so bracing Greece or thinking that detour they're celebrities V._R.. Letting them know that we are do. I do nice enough money out here and grace's bound determine that we are going to be famous someday she's she's. I think it's GonNa be down for that but we don't do it for the fame. We do have a loyal fans. There's no fame here. This is just what we like to do but we do have a sponsorship golf. Outing we talkline gifts. H No SNARF talk whole sponsorship. Oh I think in case Asian for the Gulf outing and July twelve yeah which Jerry will not be. I won't be at what the fuck because of Asian of Burp you can blame them just quit. Your job did say that earlier didn't they. I'm sorry well that will happen baseball game or anything yeah <hes> Not July July thirteenth but will mean Keith meet your that good because I wouldn't have been there seamier. That's a really good thing okay kids here. We Go Yeah Uh well gentlemen. I think we're at the end of our time. I guess so for <hes> snark talk this week. I've been Chris I'm did and I share Harold See uh-huh <music> yeah <music> and.

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095  The year movies were made!

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095 The year movies were made!

"Coming at you live or prerecorded. We yesterday tried valiantly to get our livestream up and going we were trying We have all the stuff. We just. contact. And people and figure some things out and we ran out of time to do tonight technology sucks. But we will in the future be instead of like releasing are episodes. So I used to be released on Friday and I tried to drop the video like Monday or Tuesday that way. Because I figured maybe there different audiences. There's always sailing going on. Yeah. Now. We're kind of releasing on Mondays Tuesdays I don't know be in. Figured it out yet. I guess why did on? Monday I told everybody was going to be Monday so Mondays so. They'll probably come out on Tuesdays or Mondays right along with the podcast or whenever or whenever. But anyway. So we talked about live streaming because we had a couple of people interested in doing that because if you we livestream, it's still just on youtube and facebook both things. I don't have to like at it and dropped the video later. But people can also literally like facebook message in World War message in or text message in, and we can also have polls live polls and just watch us live while we record and you will see the same video that we are going to put up on Youtube but you're watching live and interact with, and there's really no difference because we don't add it anyway right? I mean when I say at it I mean I got put in. A title screen stuff like that. But we don't edit the content usually unless something breaks. So we'll try it. We'll see how it goes. I think we can get. It could be the only thing we won't be able to have that is like the opening and End Thing that has like click this next video which I think is important it is but why couldn't you add that after i? Guess I could probably add into Switzer here and figure it out. Yeah I. think that's I don't think I'm not under any misconception that anybody is going to watch us live. Oh No, I think people will. But even if they don't, it saves a whole step of processing video putting it on Youtube later but I think it could be a fun thing on a Thursday night for people that aren't doing anything and that normally listen to the show. If you know that we're live streaming on Thursday night I, mean, maybe one night, we won't have anybody but maybe another night we have ten or a hundred, seventy, four, thousand. Yeah, right. It could be possibility. So I think it could be really fun I think our wives would do it. I don't think so but I think so A. Anyway. So look for that in the future I think that's an exciting thing that we will be working on. And Yeah Welcome to episode. Ninety five. It is ninety five away from one hundred. Last we use ed like Ooh I. Like the ring and ninety four. Now Ninety five is where it's at disagree I mean. Five two but ninety, four better off think when you say five like, yes. That's when forrest gump came out. Really. Came up ninety four. Ninety five movie. Ordering check that out. Yeah. Please do because pretty sure ninety five is where it's at nineteen. Ninety four when forrest Gump chemo what? No July. Six thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four, damn. Watched it and ninety five. When addressing park amount ninety three. What came out ninety five to be good things right. What movies came out in nineteen ninety-five I. Great Question. Gerald. The Answer To that question right now. Good. That's your job. Every movie released in Nineteen Ninety five from January first to December thirty first. Really every. Of every single movie. No I'M GONNA. Give you the highlights so. I'll give you the top ten as ranked by IMDB. Or actually I'm going to give you the top. Seventy four, hundred. Here is what was released that your here's a top fifty. Okay. Number One, the net number, fifty, the net. It had. Sandy Bullock Sandy Number forty. Nine Babe. Number Forty eight now, and then I love now in that number forty, seven judge dredd. Okay. Number Forty six, a goofy movie. Number forty four rooms don't have cloth I love movies like Quentin Tarantino Robert Rodriguez really cash I. Guess I need to watch us with Tim Roth Antonio Banderas and. People like Tim Roth number forty four tank girl. ooh. Have watched that not very good. That's. What's her name that one? Lori Petty Petty yes she was in ICU own. She was in the army. Now I believe forty-three to die for free willy she was in that number forty, two, the basketball diaries. Oh Amy loves that movie every girl that played sports school is obsessed with. The truth it is the Truth and she loves that movie. Number forty, one outbreak. Number forty species. I've seen it not very good. Number thirty major pain. Like HP number thirty eight desperate desperate. Love? That's a good number thirty seven. On Tony'll. Antennae Oh Bandera as. The. Stadium Van der a Robert Rodriguez movie I think I had it on my top nineties action movies list. I. Am a disparate do that that doesn't happen. Is that what he says nope. Number Thirty, seven while you were sleeping. Another. Sandy bullock movie. Number thirty six in the mouth of madness. Wow. I'm going to have faster heavyweights empire. Ghost in the shell wall that one The quick and the dead. I mean. That's won't the not the. Original. Die Hard with a vengeance Tommy boy, billy madison boy, and Billy Madison. Near and Friday and Friday and Congo. Congo. That's scared the daylights order combat. Logo. Poke honest and Apollo Thirteen. Casper and love casts waterworld and world too long food. Thanks for everything Julie Newmar. That's a patrick. swayze listen we're we're here's the top twenty that bad boys love it. Sense and sensibility don't want the American. President. showgirls. Okay be forced to watch it. It's funny. Movie showgirls. It's so campy I've never. I was never allowed and I still stick to it. Here's a great one leaving Las Vegas yeah very twelve monkeys. ooh, that's toy story Lovett Goldeneye. Batman Forever Love IT Hackers Donald J. Hubbard. Hackers. Casino. Good, heat. Good clueless. Kids. That is something that nobody should watch the usual suspects. Fine Oh God. Are you kidding me that movies Amazing Braveheart and seven? Rave anti seven is number one. Make Sense. I don't know. Pretty. Good. That is a hell of a lot of amazing movies or these could you imagine if that happened now if those? Original. Every single one of those I. Don't know if every single one of them no no. Most of some of them are but most of them are original movies. Yeah. If that lineup of movies came out. Today like whole twenty, twenty one here's the lineup of movies literally all Classic Spacey and You put clueless up there. Everyone's going to be like what I love clueless I. Know That's what I'm saying to. That is a great I mean that's an amazing voice story Jumanji. There's at least a dozen in there. Probably eat more than twelve in there that I would consider like cinematic history level movies. So now now you see why? Ninety, five, think I'M GONNA agree with you it's at I think I'm going to have to agree with you after seeing that I mean heavyweights alone come on i. know if he waits that's a very good. Just watch the kids they loved it. Yeah. I've watched it what the boys. Of Summer Disney. Goose. Yeah. We watched on the police. So Anyway Jerry episode Ninety Five that means you've got four more episodes four more weeks a month to finish up your coloring contest entry and get that into us. I can't wait for winners. I know I'm so excited to see what comes in. I've had some people tell me like, oh, well, this person's kids doing it. They have you have to give it to them. You, have to bullshit and. Look. What no I don't. Well you know let somebody in the area their kids. I don't know if you know how competitions work. That was just like boom. Will they are they the if they're the Best Colorado? Best they deserve a hundred and fifty dollars worth of sacrifices if they do it the best then yes, they will win. If they don't. Daryl. That's going to hang in the SNARF student. We're not screwing around here. Now, this is going to have to be historic level coloring. And I think we're going to get it. It's just like somebody else that mentioned to us the other day they're like, Hey, a friend of ours most friend of ours slang not anymore get us. Can you give me one of those hoodies But just give me a Hoodie and I'm like, no, just give you already. Really grow on trees and we make no money off of this. So therefore that cost us. To use these, why don't you PA purchase a Hoodie? Would be a nice thing to do be phenomenal thing to do if you could just by a Hoodie from us. And then we could just recoup the cost of paying for that hoodie right exactly. So yeah that reminds me we have hoodies for sale and it sweatshirt weather's coming doesn't feel like it today not tomorrow but by Monday it'll feel I get really fifty degrees. As a high I believe. So I was eighty four today. Yeah and it's. Going to be like that through the weekend but then it's GonNa get cool. Next week. Oh. Yeah. Cool. Weather I love Hoodie weather. Yeah. Who doesn't let me have a bunch of hoodies we got a bunch of t shirts. They are. Very cool and reasonably priced plush. Yeah. and. Good word to say, right everybody needs to get a hold on I. Really do like the Hoodies I've been I wore my buddies are amazing. A couple of times already and it's very comfy. Had My my sister the other day she texted me and she said. She was having hoodies made for her business. She said, Hey, what? What were the hoodies? Company makes those cities. Did you say by one and I'll tell you. Know so I said I. Don't. I. Don't know I didn't know she said, well, do you remember what the color was because I like the color and I wanna get our logo on that same color Hoodie and I said, well, that's not possible because Freia -tary art dealer. So, you can't just steal our color. Glad you did that of a Hoodie. You're right. You can't. For another company, right? That's not fair I mean. It's like John Deere Green Right. Like. Nobody else's John Deere Green right that is SNARF. Talk. Blue. Indigo. Yeah Actually Is that all it is. Indigo. Indigo blue. You just keep secret day. Darn it all actually you can just get that Hoodie. With. Whatever you want if you go visit our friend Paul Waters, third degree designer and apparel polywater smaller Summerlin. Oh I just talked to him on the right over here to the studio tonight. Really. Do I was talking to him about as we know his passion. Is for movie posters. More than anything in the world and October is Batman Month he's got eight posters lined up. I'm going to have some pictures of them for everything. He's got the original nineteen, hundred, nine Batman. He's got to Batman returns posters, different ones in he's got. Batman begins poster. He has a like a Heath Ledger. Why so serious poster that one he's got a joker poster. From the new joker movie how many is that? He's got some other ones he's got I think seven or eight total but that reminds me I bought a little something for our studio. You did I did. Boston thing. Do we need to see that like right now we need to see that you're going to have to check out the youtube to see it podcasters. But I'm seeing it for the first time right now because I did not know about this. As. He Yanks it out of this cardboard box that looks like quite a contraption because apparently it's very hard to pull out. Oh it's big. It's swamping. Poster I was just going to say does he have any swamping posters because that's what I would like to buy And you have bought one. Original. Where did you find this? It's the original swamp thing movie. Yeah. The the nineteen eighty, two weeks three to four. Thought thing original certificate of authenticity swamping poster. Oh my gosh. Out It is folded up because it an old poster and that's the way. That's the way they don here. It looks great. I, really even folded up like the quality of that looks great. I. Can I touch it? Now the company or the place that I bought it from or the guy about it from on. Ebay. He just because he wanted to through in two extra movie posters into the box when he sent it to me, you WanNa see what they are. I don't even know what they are. You haven't even looked at him. This is like Christmas Fella this little unit sitting on the table. One Minute before I came over here. Oh. My. Gosh. This poster, the swamp thing poster. We had a friend, send us a image of a sale. The cannonball run. Burt Reynolds Roger more aggressive original cannonball run poster that I can guarantee. You will be a giveaway. Dom deluise I don't know I like it. Yeah Farah Fawcett Dean Martin Sammy Davis Junior. Yam Baby. You just sounded like Bruce? Jenner? That's your. Bruce Jenner doesn't say that. She can't say that Caitlin Jenner. She says that. Have you ever seen this? There's this guy. Kyle Dunnigan. On instagram he's a comedian. He's friends with Joe Rogan and he is the funniest grant you've ever seen don again look it up nine ninety does these face swat videos and he's kind of most famous for doing. Caitlyn Jenner, and so he acts like her and he does a face swap. So it's her face, but it's him. And that's how we talked to. Ever. I. Didn't know about the and he's got this great one where he does like a zoom meeting with the with the his daughters I guess. Yeah. So it'd be like. Kim Kardashian. I don't know the other one's names, but the one of them courtney. Was Real Dumb I. Guess I mean they're all done but what was really dumping? And so he does face off of all them to like. What are your during kind? I think it's Kennel handle. And she's like being being bombed being. called. That's pretty good. Then he does not in January and our car like doing. INSTAGRAM video and. When she hits the guy. When he ran over the yeah. She ran over the. Oh I didn't know that I thought. She just hit a car Oh. No, she ran over and killed somebody. Wow. Before. I don't know. were. Next poster that you got for free. which will be another giveaway I'm sure these are original movie but all of them. I have no idea what that is. Pulsar gazed to the other side Yep any horror fans that are into poltergeist. And I told him especially poltergeist to I called on my head extra posters. So I got a call them and let them know what they are but. Poltergeist was obscenely bad movies so you might not WanNa. Yeah I I don't even know if I don't think I've ever even seen a poltergeist movie. Too, young for it. Kicking and screaming. There you go. So, there were three extra posters in there. I don't care this swamp thing one makes up for it I'm. That's only Sleep on that poster. Fifty Bucks for it. I'll give you a little little higher than I would with shipping included I'll give you a thirty. Give me thirty. Yeah I, paid forty five and then shipping was. Paid, forty and shipping was ten dollars. No I paid thirty five and shipping was fifteen dollars. That's what it was which because I thought I'd go fifteen dollars for shipping. Seems outrageous seems a little high but I'll give you thirty four it and we'll keep it in the studio. Okay. You can just say it's mine. Either way it's fine you by the frame that. I can do that. Yeah. What's the size I don't know I got to figure that out who frames things, Roger Rabbit. That was the. He was he was framed. Yeah. That's a great movie to. Do you know who framed him I don't remember who did for him. I thought it was a girl. Was it his wife Jessica Rabbit now. There's some some happened was doing something a little. Yeah. On the side that was little squeezy. Yeah, she was. Yeah. Can't trust you. I don't remember who framed him. I don't either GONNA have to watch out again but that was a good movie. Did that that didn't come out ninety five. It did not know that earlier than that. Yeah. For sure because I remember that that guy, what's that guy's name? That was the main character one of the main characters and him frame Roger Rabbit that wasn't a cartoon yeah. He was going to be Wolverine Yeah. That's what I was gonna say hoskins or something like that. Bill Hoskyns Bob Hoskins. No, you're right. It's Bob Hoskins. And that? Short. Stout. They wanted to play op hoskins. Yeah we'll awesome though he can play. Yeah. In the comics, that's the way it was portrayed as like A. He's very short. Holler at your boy, I just watched I've been watching the one thousand, nine, hundred like the mid Nineties Spiderman. Cartoon with jet jet is obsessed with Spiderman. It's all he wants to watch, but he only wanted to watch that ninety s when he won't watch like the newer. Ultimate. Even, though some of them are really good the newer ones. But he was WANNA watch the nineties one which I'm great with. So the other day I was going through because there was like seventy episodes is that all yeah I think it was like probably knowledge that'd be more than that because there's usually twenty. Per Episode Mercy's there's a lot I. don't know. There's a bunch of episodes and I found this. There was like a five. Episode run all those kind of where like in four episodes story ARCS OK and there was a their debut part one part two part three. So there was one whole one that was a crossover with the X men animated series. Really it's great. Yeah and the one I was watching that particular time was the. Whole thing was like spider man and Wolverine Together that whole episode. And I love affair. Yeah They fought. But then they loved each other at the end they did get along at the end they were trying to save beast. I love beast beast is one of my favorite characters of X. men. I, think he's a phenomenal character I think he's very strong. He's very brutal when he needs to be. And very intelligent. I thought you'd be like you strike me more of Gambit Fan. Not, misled and. No I don't get it in the slight. Favourite as an now not my wolverine absolutely love be I wouldn't tell you what after watching that episode and they didn't do Wolverine as well as I remember in that X-men is series I feel like because he never he can't do anything because it's a cartoon, right? It's a cartoon, but he was always. The grumpy was grumpy Yeah I love the grumpy yeah. I am the farthest from being a grumpy guy. I like the grumpy guys you know and I love overeen. And I, I've been having the boys over the summer watched the X men animated series on Fox. Pretty good. It's very good. It's really it's the story is like deep. It's really easy to sit down and watch but I think it's like got really good story to does it really does and it surprises me as a Saturday morning cartoon being. that. I don't know I. Feel the same way about the headliner man one. It's like. I don't remember it being that way as a child right? I was dumb. As dumb as a brick as a kid, they were worried about me. Turns out I did have a brain not you know hundred percent functioning but enough to be a normal person of society and I still look back at this X. men show and think. I like you. You know. Do you see see what I'm saying I do. The boys liked it and they wanted to watch it more but then I kind of forgot to like keep them watch that and then they got into fortnight and it's been A. Downhill, slope we in my life has been ruined. Yeah. We basically pulled back on the fortnight. Oh we don't play at all during the week. That's what we are doing. Well, I think maybe so we have no this is what we do at the boys is that we have no electronics during the week Monday through Friday. Friday night when they get home from school is when it starts but only. If they've been good. Yeah. They're good listeners, fortnight bonanza and then so Saturday and Sunday is basically fortnight bonanza for a time during the day it basically in the mornings with we don't want to deal with. And we're like getting ready to do stuff. But then once the afternoon hits, we kind of pull back from it again But that's the only thing we do for electric. That's ipads. It doesn't matter what it is. It's like anything they can watch some TV, but we pulled really hard back on the electronics thing. That which has been met with some revolt. If you can imagine, they do not like that but in every single day they're like. They come home and grant will be like a free. So Dad, can I play the Nintendo switch? No Why why are you ask? Why are you such a bike bad and or evil dead Oh. Not at all I think it's very good for them to not do that. Yeah. But all week Monday through Friday I know. We've we've been doing the same thing with cash and it's fine. No it absolutely is they're fine with. Complain about it really. They're not rolling around screaming and throwing a fit. But every when they come home, they're like it's always grant grady doesn't say anything he knows it's the rule. But grants like. So what about if I? You know do my he'll say if I do my homework. Take a shower brush. My teeth then get Nintendo. No, no, you can't have. But what if I listen? No you're not listening right now still can't. But maybe Friday night. If you're a good listener the rest of the week, you can have that. All right and then he walks away in it's all fine. They play outside and everything's good. But it really sucks for them though when you don't have it, they can't use anything all week. And then you get to the weekend and then you're like gone. I know and then gradients baseball practice and then we have a soccer game and which is crap. It's fun. It is very fine. The worst part about it is though. And you can see it clearly after they've had. These Electron IX. On Sunday night when we're like right and we'll go and like walk at all of the we literally put it in different room lock it up they can't get it. and. It is like meltdown. City. For Gradient Grant, it's like meltdown city it's the end of the world. Everything that they know has crumbled before them and they. Nothing exists like everything's ruined. Really guys like you know this is coming on Sunday night. But when Sunday night comes, it's the end of the world for him. And they don't do well with it. Every single Sunday night but then Monday hits and it's a new week. Yeah. Cash is pretty good. He doesn't say too much I. You know we don't take we. Don't take the TV away. So they can watch TV and right and the boys can still watch. TV, some we took youtube. Away Yeah. To we've taken we've. I've deleted deleted it off all the IPADS. Haven't deleted off caches ipad yet, but he hasn't really been watching it. So I don't. That's all great. Grandma hasn't even uses ipad Lee because he's been using the Nintendo. So here's the hypocritical part is that I like to watch you to. A Lot. But it's not to the point like do you. Disappear into an obsession over it and then throw tantrums. No. So I think you're use it. Yeah. But I've never had anybody like over me say you cannot watch this at a time that I want to watch it 'cause I may throw a Tantrum yeah I don't think. But we deleted all but they know how to download it back. They know how to get apps back on our. TV. Super, aggravating password on it. Can you do that with the fire stick my gosh dumb. I've never looked into it never I've literally never looked there's a whole section on the settings of parental control probably do that and you can put a pass thin code that would make a lot of if I did that because they keep downloading youtube am like. Damn. Darn kids smarter than me I. Pretty Much spent all my time trying to convince my kids to watch like a different movie just something different. Yeah and they always want to watch the same things. And they're usually things that I don't WanNa watch their awful. Yeah. Yeah. Although they haven't been watching the new on Netflix drastic park drastic World Camp Cretaceous. Yeah. The animated it's good shows. The boys have been watching that a lot too and they all like it. They all like a lot Graham is like real hardcore into it? Yeah I mean he loves dinosaurs really enjoyed it. So I never watched it now I don't enjoy it. It's not bad I've heard it. Roaring at me in the background. Yeah. But other than that I've never really watched I walked in the other day and they were watching this episode where they're basically because it's like pre Jurassic world. Or like during Jurassic world basically. The movie. Okay. So after the like original trilogy of drastic joy concurrent with drastic world. Okay. The first of the new movies. Yes. And there's the scene where the dominant rex gets out and they're like running from it isn't that the movie Yes but that's the show to hand it straight up eight to do. Really there's a guy on the ground saying. Here and then the dinosaur comes up and you see the dinosaur and you see the guy and then the next thing you hear you don't see the guy and you just hear crunch. Realize. He has hat fly out like so he died yeah and I'm like well, this is a little intense. I didn't know that. So this is rated like. NC. Seventeen. Maybe. I don't know. It's probably what does the NC Stanford? I don't know. That's a good question. You've got the PG which is parental guidance. And then once you get above pg thirteen, you get to rated r you know that's above seventeen but what's the NC seventeen thing? No children under seventeen admitted. And see no children but I mean what's isn't that rated R. No radars eighteen. No not eighteen seventeen. I don't know says no children Oh, it's because you can go into a rated R. movie with your parents. I don't think you can NC seventeen movie. Oh you can't or like an adult you can go with a guardian. As. An underage person for rated already not an NC, seventeen. So that's Never seen anything rated NC seventeen in the movie you know it's always been on TV. So how do you is there anything on TV rated that I've seen it on? TV NC seventeen. The only time I've ever seen it. So, let's rated r restricted under seventeen requires accompanying of parent or adult Guardian Bright rated X. or now it's rated. NC Seventeen they're the same thing. No one under seventeen admitted regardless. Okay. So that's like an x Ray. So I didn't know x rated films such as midnight cowboy. Yes. Please give us some movie names. That was famous movie famous that I was rated X. because it I don't think he had. A. Midnight Cowboy was a movie from the sixties about like a gay couple but it wasn't like explicit rated X. because there's gay because I think I could totally be wrong. On it it had Jon voight and Dustin Hoffman I, mean he was a big movie holy smokes. There may be nothing to do about. Gay. People in. So you made that up midnight cowboy fix depicts the unlikely friendship between two hustlers naive prostitute. Joe Buck played by Jon voight. So he was a male prostitute, Joe Buck, them MLB announcer, and ailing conman rat. So Rizzo. Played by Dustin Hoffman won three Academy Awards Best Picture Best Director, invested, apted screenplay. Holy Crap. It's the only x rated movie ever to win bus. Picture. It's listed in the. One hundred greatest American films of all time list but what got rated X. that's my question. I think because he was a male prostitute and I think it was the sixties in there like like you can't show that I don't think they showed it I think he just was like I. Don't know. So there is no winner. I. Don't think so but I don't know. Like hard core flaccid. Weiner. Not sure. But anyway, another one was a clockwork orange. Is. Stanley. Kubrick. Yeah. That's a crazy movie. It is. I enjoy it, but it's not as good as I think everybody thinks makes out to be in my opinion. Yeah. It's pretty good. They were understood to be unsuitable for children but not pornographic intended for adults in the general population. Yeah I agree with that. And I think that's what that should be rated. If anybody wondered about my rating system, I would agree rated J. for Jerry. J. Jerry Appro- Jerry approved. You let your kids watch R. rated movies. Now I don't think they've ever watched in our movie well, like would you let him watch the Dark Knight? That's rated R.. No it's not. It. Wasn't. The First Comic Book Movie Rated R. Was Deadpool. Everything before that was pg thirteen okay well still. So. We started watching the dark night but none of them have been very enthralled with it. Because the beginning so For a kid you know and they just don't follow it and they don't care about it. They want the action part of it. So if you start the movie in the middle. They would watch it all day long but in the beginning like building up to what's happening now, they won't sit down and watch that. The first movie I ever saw in theatres was Air Force One. I, Love Air Force One. Of My favorite Nicholas Cage movies. Romped. I'm talking about what was that wasn't Nicholas Cage was in con air here that's what I was thinking of. Air Force One had Harrison Ford. Yes that guy. Anyway, do you got some news I do? Let me pull it up here so Two weeks ago. Sony had this preorder. Of the PS five. Correct and it went somewhat poorly. A lot of people couldn't access websites had a problem with like big the big websites that they were releasing this preorder on they couldn't get in and and pre-order anything. So. Then xbox series, X or S. There's two new xboxes coming. Church. There's an series axe that is the four, hundred, ninety, nine dollars love level, and then the series s that is two hundred ninety, nine dollar level. What the differences I don't know I didn't look into it, but I've wanted to preorder the series. X. I was going to get. Got Online ready to rock and roll on Tuesday For this preorder and Microsoft came out with a statement saying we've got this streamlined way better with all of these different companies. So like Walmart Target Amazon. Best Buy. A couple other places that they were doing the preorder sales with game stop and another one and they're like we've got it streamline with these companies. It's GonNa go so much better than what Sony did like don't worry about it, and then the launch happened boom at ten o'clock central time. and. I. Immediately get on trying to access Amazon First Amazon came up as if there was no pre odor, they didn't change anything on their website. So then I went to best buy, they did the same nothing changed at ten o'clock or even ten thirty or eleven nothing changed was like as if a preordered didn't exist then I went to Walmart and they had a preordered set out of stock and I want to target and they let me get to a checkout section. And then it wouldn't let me check out it. Let me put it in my cart and I couldn't check out. So. Then I left there and went to Game Stop Game Stop. Put me in a online Q. said urine line don't refresh. The page will refresh it for you. Wait here in line. While it didn't change. So then I went back to best buy and they showed the preorder. Sweet. Put it in. My Cart. Trying to check out nothing worked. Everything failed for their preorder and then at like eleven thirty everything was still failing and then I started looking it up online and there was so many articles coming out boom like rapid fire of a disastrous preorder for the xbox and nothing worked nobody really knows if anybody even got a preordered xbox series X. Because nobody has actually said I've successfully ordered anything. apparently, Walmart had a successful launch on their website but nobody said that they actually got a device. So nobody really knows were you getting the axe? Yeah. I'm looking at the differences and I think you'd want to the axe. It's gotTA FIGURE CPO Bigger Graphics Card more. Storage. More Ram. and. It also has a four K. BLU ray disc drive whereas the other ones just no no district. Plus Four. K.. And then so a lot of people had a very successful experience getting a PS five. It just was allowed lag and hard to get in, but people successfully got them. All the details sold out our. The preorder is done. There's nothing else available. Now, you have to wait for the actual launch for X. Box, which is November tenth. They're going to have a launch so that that that way you get it even if you like by it on the day and it has to be delivered to you or what happens, you'll get it before the holiday right supposed to. I still haven't decided what I WANNA get if I want to xbox or playstation I haven't had a playstation in a long time. They have all these great exclusive games I know. But then experts just bought exclusive rights to a lot of different stuff what though I'd have to look it up but. House Morales. Well, no I don't think they would have that. That's completely Sony right thing. This is the problem I want that game. So you're going to have to buy the PS five and I'll get the xbox then we're even. What. Is it called? xbox series X.. Yes. Really. Stupid name. Really stupid. So I read this article on how the xbox everybody. You know everybody's been counting them out saying Sony's got all the exclusive titles and all this. But that whatever approach that this new xbox is taking? Is apparently like wildly different state Oh, the art. Yeah so better than Sony. That's what I've heard. That's my I have to. It's. The computing power of the system is supposed to be a lot better. What does that matter though? Do you feel like you're lacking computer power right now when you play read every W. For severe, it's ridiculously awesome looking and I have the original xbox one. Yes. So do I well, no. Actually I I. Don't. I got a new one now your waist rated. Last year I got a new one because I got a well I was planning on buying a four K. TV for. Right. So you have the xbox one s I got a xbox one acts. S No axe, this is what's confusing about Oh see. So you're even one up from the axe. So don't tell me of the original xbox one I do actually still sitting by a I. Have I have to sell it I'm going to sell it. Nobody's going always. all right I'm trying to look up exclusive games. Now, I there was just an article out about. Microsoft getting the rights to? It's just the problem is I don't care about hail or gears of war, and those are like the to exclude how care about Halo I just don't i. don't mean it. It's fine in my day Okay. We had super. Lan parties with Halo. When I was deployed, we'd run wires, different trailers and. Play against each other as dusk false a, it was a time. Assassin's creed Valhalla but that's for both threat. I don't it is both. Atomic. Heart. Seattle nobody. Now, there was a battlefield six I believe is an experiments both. Borderlands three that's for both. I don't know man this is taking too much time. Yeah you are taking too much. So elder scrolls six going to be on the experts series exclusive elder scrolls. Okay well, that's what I want to get the. Experts Series X. Games list. All confirmed at launch. Next I'm going to let that load. But so the boys all dragon age four isn't going to be exclusive that game. Dragon, ages. Played them all their amazing. Anyway. You played there is a new game coming up don far decided. I. Told You. It's better. You don't WanNA listen to me. Yeah. Fable state of decay three four. Ever, wild. As dusk falls. Psycho non stocker to tetris effect the gunk, the medium war hammer forty thousand. Crossfire x remember crossfire like the tabletop game habits still do you my parents house? Yes. Crossfire you. Bring it over here studio. I don't remember the whole song I just remember him yelling crossfire. And I had it as a kid and he shot basically ball bearings ball bearings. So. There was a little Spitz. There's a spinner and he had to shoot the spinner the ball bearings into into their thing like soccer net. Yes. Let it was just an open air hockey thing, right? Okay. All right next news hanging I'm looking I'm looking at something. Don't bother me. All right I guess. next news. The boys is getting a college team spinoff series on Amazon. Prime. Interesting holiday theme spinoff see what does that mean according to deadline the R. rated spin of the boys will take place on a Superhero College campus run by International. the untitled it's described as an irreverent are rated series that explores the lives of hormonal competitive soups as they put their physical sexual and moral boundaries to the test competing for their the best contacts in best cities, Park College show part hunger games with all heart satire ranch of the boys. Okay. So it's basically them learning how to be soups like. A with a company, and then they're all competing to try to get the best cities right be involved with like the best cities and put themselves out there as the best superhero to protect your city. and. I I mean for I mean they definitely watch it for sure. Saved by the Bell Superhero Edition I'm in I don't know if only if say by the college the College Years Superhero Edition, you know, of course. I don't think it's going to be that but that's fine. I'll watch it for sure. I think mean for to I'm sure there's going to be. Blood guts. Sex. Curse words. And All your favorite things. Yeah. Everything else it's going to be a rated. But they're, Jerry approve. Jerry proofed. Thumbs up. They haven't said anybody that's GonNa, produce it or put it together. It's just a deadline report that this. was happening with Amazon prime so I don't doubt that Amazon prime will do everything in its power. To recreate the boys. So especially after the second season. New episode tonight. When we get home there is. So the second season is doing very well and I'm sure if they do a third season, it'll do very well, but you have to expect A. Downtrend right at some point it was a massive upturn this season to right and was I mean it's not quite Cobra Kai level, but it's getting there. I don't get it. I don't get it. How can it not be at Kobe Cobra Kai level because covert is the best I've only I, haven't made it through very far of Cobra Kai. So far. What else? So the new suic- Suicide, squad movie that's coming out with James Gunn. Yes. They've already started. Making shows based off of characters from this movie that seems like an unfortunate idea doesn't it? So John Joanna or what it's John Cena will reply reprise his peacemaker role. From the James Gunn suicide squad movie in a new comedy action, series on Hbo Max. So. Islamic, something on HBO Maximum. That's fine. So if you own it ever seen peacemaker, he is like a captain America slash judge. DREDD. Basically the Captain America Character Judge Dredd because he has a gun, he has like a helmet type. Deal looks more judge DREDD. Ish. But he apparently is going to be peacemaker for a role that James Gunn is going to be involved with James guns on board to write all eight episodes while also directing the peacemaker pilot the suicide squad producer Peter Saffron will serve as executive producer with gun as seen will serve as co executive producer. So John, seen as involved with it as well besides just starring. They're all on board. HBO. Max is on board and they are apparently going to put it together. I'm in I don't understand why they're doing this before that movie came out I understand you got to put pieces in place to you know I think that movies probably going to be really big but then again I think about it well, the first suicide suicide squad which. was supposed to be huge. It was it did like eight, hundred, million dollars. Did it really yes. I don't remember the big time. It was huge and. It was terrible and this is it be way I tell you what when? I first saw suicides. So this is one of the movies that I had left work one day and I was just like you don't want. I'm done with this job right now. I. Just left early. And went to the Louis Juliet. Mall. This Mind you this is before it. Okay. So you could go to the movie theater on your own without a mask. Yeah. Eat Popcorn. Drink. So Wild Cherry Pepsi it's like I. Don't even remember that World Idaho isn't it? Weird? Dog Is Weird. and. I did this. I would do this on a daily basis times and I went to this place on my own. In the room with me. Crazy watch suicide squad. In an afternoon. and. Kind of enjoyed it. I really did enjoy it at the movie theater. I thought it was relatively fun now granted. I usually enjoy most movies that I see in a movie theater. While you're watching while I'm watching him I exit the movie I, still talk highly about. The next day is kind of reflect and I'm like. You, really care about that part didn't really care about this part. Well, I mean if I like them I mean honestly I didn't minded that much when I first saw it either it took me a second watch to realize that it's bad. It's Well. So I was GONNA. Say I re watched it recently. And it is awful but I will maintain the beginning of the movies pretty good like the first. Half Hour Will Smith is good the first half hours, good weather and doing like the little vignettes of the each character and like some of their backstory part was great after that it just turns into straight dog Trish it. I mean the whole like. It's the fake people. The fake villains yet. They have to kill makes. And like the villain itself is a bad choice in what? The whole plot of the of the movie is just bad. It's it's irrelevant is what? It really is there's no point to it. Makes no sense. A lot of the acting. Very good. Obviously Harley Quinn from that movie has had a very successful time. Margot Robbie did a very good job will smith very good job, but everybody else's relatively forgive forgivable like it's not good. So, this movie. I don't doubt James Gunn can do a very good job and I think he will do a very job with this moving moving. I think it'll be. Taken and do a better. I just think it's insane that you're GonNa take this very obscure that most people don't know about NATO Max's already going to be like you. John Cena the throw some money down. That's what's happening. He's a superstar. I mean, is he? I think so he's not the rock. No but they want him to be they want him to be the. Man's rock. Basically he really is. He's like. Yes like you guys all remember how the Rock is pretty much. The great human being on earth right could be that too. Yeah. Yeah. We'll. We got another guy who was also a wrestler he shorter wider. Johnson is name is John. Not As catchy as the Rock crewcut, just a name. Grady loves John. CENA. So maybe this'll be a win for grady. He's not bad. Actually he's a pretty halfway decent actor. I saw him in a really stupid firefighter movie. They're watching it with you. It's not bad. It was pretty funny. What was it call? I don't remember it's firefighter Johnson not worth remembering the name of the movie. Exactly. That's what I mean. You remember the dumb kids movie I mean like you remember movies that the Roxanne even kids movies. You remember. Bad movies absolutely has been, but he's also been a movies that you remember Yeah Johnson has not no I know maybe suicide squad will be one of those movies maybe it will be his big break and maybe peacemaker albeit TV show that he Excels at. Right now I think it's cannock campy and dumb that you're gonNA take this. This really obscure character try to make a series off. Yeah. Galaxy. But that's what I was. Just I was just GONNA say. But then again, just like guardians of the galaxy or doom patrol. Know Doom patrol on the outside looks like a completely stupid movie or TV show when you've got like a robot guy. And Anybody else in the show. They're all kind of Goofy I duNno season. WanNa do patrols one of my favorite things ever and I still have watched season two. No I haven't either umbrella academy that seems really dumb on the outside the first season was okay. The second season much better. It might work if they do it well. That's all for peacemaker. Johnson. Crescent piece. Next I noticed this. So we were trying to set up our whole livestream thing right didn't work though and when I looked through the settings of my phone. There's a new setting with an update. I. Don't know if you've ever noticed or knew about this I didn't this is brand new to me maybe a lot of other people know about this or it was widely. Like announced I was not aware of it. But iphones now have an exposure setting. Where you can turn it on and receive notifications on whether or not you have. been exposed to covid nineteen. Based, on geographical location. No I did not know that a and B it angers me. The biggest degree. Yeah I didn't bring it up beforehand but I kind of chuckled when I saw I, just saw the setting and it said after that's all set and I was like. Seeing that before I clicked on it, and then it just tells you what the setting isn't. If you WANNA turn it on or not, and what it does if you turn on the notifications and that's what it does. How the fuck does it no. Yeah. That doesn't make any sense. So if there's been too. Cases in Grundy County like let's say there's been two cases in Morris Right? Like today there was two cases in Morris and I went to Morris today is going to give me a notification to say you've been exta expose the covid nineteen because he went to Morris. Yet know. Is it based on the fact that like it only works? If everybody uses it, I don't know and then you gotta like self report whether you have it. But if you've had it, you should be at home now I just don't think it's right. I think it's really goofy I don't think it's going to be accurate whatsoever I feel like I should probably turn it on. Just to see what it does just. Yeah. I mean if you turn on to see what it does. Let me know 'cause I'm not going to be a party to it. I think I'm going to turn it on just to see what it does. See How many times I'm exposed to cove it in the day. because. I. Think it's GonNa tell me I'm exposed all the time. I don't think you're GONNA see I don't i. don't even understand how that would work I. Don't know, but it's it's a it's a function. If you want to partake it is a setting that you have on an iphone. Now I don't know if it's with the new update or whatnot, but I did do the new update I have not done it. So I will. I will check it out too. But. That's my little. That's that's the last piece of news and I had just noticed that. I have one bit of news okay. One of our listeners has reached out to me and they are. Doing a new, they have a new little business venture. Going I love business and they're gonNa make us some things. As both advertisements? And gifts. So I thought it'd be cool to mention. Yeah I. Think it would be a good idea So David. Timms. One of our listeners he's making he's doing what are they? What does he call it? Isn't it like? Is it like an acid etch or? Some kind of. Like a baked on enamel type like a seer coat you'll sear coat of a gun and it's like where you spray that's what it is coating because you do it aren't guns because yeah. Does a lot of guts you do it on guns how do you call it like Ceram? A- coat or something? It's like yeah. So it's the same thing. It's like ceramic coating or seer coating is the same thing for guns but that's just a company name. I'm pretty sure it was like some Ramonica coding type thing anyway. So he's GonNa Start doing this. He's so he's puts them on. mugs right. Like Yeti Cups. He's making us some SNARF Talk Yeti tumblers. Yes. So he had asked me about this about getting the logo never told me why and it was like a week later I still hadn't given him the logo and he's like, so I guess you forgot about the logo. Right I said, well, which one did you want as like? So like the original sticker. Or the new one that we're using now A. As the SNARF podcast and whatnot and he said, don't worry I one over your head I talked to. Chris. I said good because he has all of those images anyways and that's who I was gonna go to right. This using because you have no idea what you're talking about I would just have to say like I'd be like Oh. All right and then I would. Need these images because I don't have any of them whatsoever in any give David So he did the right thing going pass me for you. Well, so he he had asked what he said. Yeah. I'm doing this can do it on mobs and I could do it on guns. That's the main thing I guess new guns. and. So he he you would you care if I did something for you guys and I'm like absolutely and he said I can do Yeti. tumblers like the little whisky glasses and I'm like why think guns would be cool if you wanted to do is. Just go ahead and turn it on gun. Yeah. Give us a couple of times working with that I'm onboard. So no I told them to do the. Yeti Tumbler the big one. And he's like well, how do you want it painted? Do you want it? I can do it like Glossy Matte. Or something like that indigo blue and I said No. I do whatever you want. Whatever you think looks cool. And he said because I can make the whole thing look like it's like from fallout like it's the fallout logo. Oh. You could do that. You of all people. Are on board with the fallout logo yet. So I, don't know when he says that if he means like the sows are going to be like the new coca-cola. Means like that or like the the rusty looking. Yeah. There's four different kinds. So we'll see I told him to surprise us. But we'll get them. We'll review them on the show and we're trying to tell people of if you want to give him business. If you want anything done, he can do it for you. Yeah. Because that's going to turn out. Awesome. He he sent me a picture of A. Yeti Tumbler, the big thirty, two ounce, Yeti Tumbler that he's done before. Looked, very good. So I'm excited to see what a SNARF talk one will look like because. Apparently anything with a SNARF talk logo on you know. Kind of looks good. So I have a before we get into what we're watching. Okay. I got a little list if you talk about it. Loveless. Five Comic Book. This is from screen rant dot com five comic book movies from the Nineteen Ninety s from the nineties since we were talking about nineties earlier this is the one that is this one you told me that I'm going to have a problem yet that are underrated and five that are overrated. Five overrated and five. underrated. Okay. So we'll start with number ten. I. Think Alternate. overrated. underrated. Number, ten underrated. Nine hundred ninety seven. Men in black. Underrated that's what I thought was surprising like I was a pretty highly rated I don't think that's underrated at all. I think everyone. Agrees that well, here's abandoned. Black was very good. Some audio grew up with that moves sometimes, audience can forget how great movie because it gets buried under all the negativity of the sequels in reboots. Again I would say I thought all the sequels and reboots were good I haven't seen the newest one I have an International but I I, mean I grew up with men in black I. loved it when it came all three right after. Yeah they're all good. Timely. Jones stayed with all of them. So did we will Smith? The first three the third one is the one where he goes back in time and Josh Brolin Plays Tommy Lee Jones is a young young person. Maybe Yeah Tommy Lee Jones is in the third. Either way it was still a good movie. It was so that number ten they said underrated I don't agree but now number nine overrated. Teenage mutant. Ninja Turtles. These these people are idiots. Clearly, are. That movie is not overrated is not overrated in the slightest I would absolutely feel like it's underrated. Most people did not like that movie when it came out You go back and watch it now I think a lot of people would be like. Well, that's not very good. Are they talking about like the two thousands what they're saying it's overrated. No I think most people would say it's an underrated movie yet 'cause it's good I know that's what I'm saying it is really good. If you go back and watch that movie, you'd be surprised how good it is I promise you. I. Think it's good. Thing. Think it's very good. Right, Number Eight. underrated. This one I agree with. It's underrated. Yes. Okay. Batman forever. That movie gets shit on. Like. All the other Schumacher Batman movies and I will say. It's pretty good. Yes. I like those movies I liked the Schumacher movies even have robin. I mean that one's bad. I'll watch it. Yeah. I think it's I think it's entertainment like it has an entertainment value if you're going to rate it as a Batman movie no, it's not very good. I must say. Batman. Forever is really pretty good movie tire yard and a foreign beyond better than any other Schumacher movie. It's got Tommy Lee Jones in that. Bell cameras are Great Batman. I think Tommy Lee Jones is out there to just chew up scenery. Like that dude is over the next day ridiculously over this up I mean talking about Jim Carey being in the same movie and I would say Tommy Lee Jones overacted the shit out of Jim Carey because of his to face like whatever he was doing. I don't even know what he was doing. I think Jim I know a lot of people shit on Jim Carey's like ridler. I enjoy it. I like his. Part like him when he's Edward `Nigma. Yes. I would agree with that as the scientists guy does a very good job but I was of such an impressionable age at the time that that came out. That, that's what I saw as the Ridler, and that's what I saw as Batman because what you heard that come out ninety, seven, nineteen, ninety, five, Oh, ninety, five. The perfect year. That we established. So I was eight. Eleven. So at that age I was great he's age and I remember it coming out. Yeah. Wow. That's your that just kind of threw me for a loop there. My oldest son is eight. I was eight when this came out and I would watch I watch this movie. On vhs all the time. and. I loved Jim. CARREY's Ridler I loved the Batman I loved. Tommy Lee Jones I'm glad there was no. Mr Freeze involved. I mean. That was a good movie. It really us. Seven. overrated. This one is. GonNa hit you. Batman returns. These people don't know what they're talking. I maintain that. Turns you don't like it what I I didn't think you liked it that it's maybe if not my favorite Batman movie I love him in return I absolutely do as well. There's a huge. Inflatable duck that the penguin rides on it's great. It's a great movie. It's it's super bowl done. It's better than eighty nine the first Batman I grew up by just because it's like so much more production value. It's a Christmas movie. It is some people call it a Christmas movie I know when they say overrated. I don't really know other even getting at that because I. Don't feel like that movie is overrated. I really don't. It's not like people's like think back in there like you know it was don't really great movie Batman Returns. It's not like. It's one of those movies that people. I think this is an underrated movie I do too. I IVC underrate. over-rates. Batman Eighty like the eighty nine aren't. Everybody puts that one above Batman returns and that's false I love the original Batman movie with Michael Keaton. Yes I like that. Batman, returns is better. I agree although the joker is great and Batman. Correct. Joker movie honestly I think that's what pushes it above like four other people I think Jack Nicholas. Nicholson Nicholson puts that above the rest of. Number six. underrated. Mystery. I agree with that. I was never a big Fan. Really it's. That's why it's underrated. You should go back and watch I should it's got like Ben Stiller Ben, Stiller's like the main character you macy got Hank Heynckes area. Janine Garoppolo and Paul Reubens the spleen. Yeah I. Think I've only seen it once. It's pretty good. It's pretty funny. Number five overrated. This one I think I could agree with if it's really overrated. The Mask. Not overrated at all. I, don't know. I saw it was on TV the other day I caught like a part of this is one of those. This is one of those movies that I, don't know how I get to watch this as a kid. Like I was a kids movie. Have you watched it back I don't think it's a kids movie I mean. Designed for kids but I think there is so much more adult content in this movie there is any for kids to miss. Yeah, and I did as a kid of course. Yeah, I did absolutely but. Wasn't that one Cameron Diaz, his first movies like one of them. Yeah Loved it. I. Absolutely. Love that movie every single mask movie that has come out since then terrible. Is there more? Jamie Kennedy the son of Mask. I think it's great. I've heard that there were talks of doing it again, they should do it again and they should do it the way the comic book is, which is a obscenely rated R. Really Oh my God I don't know the I. Knew there was a comic book, but I didn't the comic book of the Mask Is. Like as a graphic or more than the boys. Really? Yes. So they see like. Murdering People Oh. Yeah. I didn't know that he puts that mask on he comes back. He is the spirit of chaos rates whatever when I think of it as the joker basically mixed with a suit like it's horrendous murder I've said this quote a lot in my life and I will continue to say at the rest of my life and it's hold onto your lug nuts boys it's time for an overall. He says the and I've never forgotten he goes into this like. Car Shop like basically they're redoing cars. And he beats people up with a crowbar. In that movie, but it's not graphic by any means but. I love it. Yeah. So. Number Four. underrated. The Pascal's and overrated movie. Agree. Number for underrated and I'll agree with us one the rocketeer. That's a good movie. It's a very good movie. Joe Johnston. We just talked about this last episode of was last civil. You've talked about a recently. Racketeers Very. And we talked about that because Joe Johnston. Did the first Avenger Captain America, the First Avenger. Very good movie. That's what you'd that come out ninety one. Yeah early nineties I knew early. So you need to remake the first time I saw that movie. was rented from the market, of course, asleep over at. dudes how serious I got cellular. And I was there for Matt Who's my age his he's younger brother but you. With us. Number three overrated. I'm disagreeing with this one wholeheartedly because a I don't think it's overrated. Obviously. Number three time cop. No that's not overrated. And it's great. I love it. But I don't think it's anybody's sitting around being like you know what's best movies ever time gap Time Cup is a great movie though I love it was that's very much. My childhood right there. We watched those vandamme movies all yeah nonstop. That's another movie I. Think I've watched maybe once I know I've watched him once. That's it. number two. underrated. Can't think this one's underrated but Batman mask of the PHANTASM. Do. That was a very highly rated movie to news. I would agree I think it is underrated. I think it's a phenomenal movie. It's pretty good but it came out as an animated movie and I don't think a lot of people would think it was nominated for an Oscar. Wasn't it? I don't know about Santa, me movie I don't remember. But what do you hear a lot of people say? No, you know Oh mask of the PHANTASM. One of my favorites. No. If you're in that genre of movie if you're into Batman animated stuff then yeah you'll hear people talk about it but. I would not say was overrated by any means it will. This is saying it's underrated. No, that's what I'm saying I don't. I think it is amazing. Movie Joker. Absolutely. It's a good movie number one overrated. This is the one that's GonNa tear your heart out. Okay. overrated. overrated spawn. My Gosh Okay. Here's what understand. How can they be calling that overrated when that movie was widely Shit on? Absolutely. Nobody liked it. It didn't do well when it came out at horrible. I this is another movie that I don't understand how he was allowed to watch it as a kid. It did have awful CGI I will agree with that. Yes, it is clunky movie for sure. I would like to re-watch it. I haven't seen a long-term. Could we do talk homework on it? I would love to I would love to watch. I'm saying right now because I know we've said this a lot and this is for real now. Yeah. I'm GonNa Watch this movie again for next week we're doing star Talk Homework Yep, and we're going to discuss this movie. It might on the podcast it might be on Patriot I don't know yet. We'll figure it out. We'll figure it out. So if you WANNA play along with SNARF talk homework. Between now and the next episode she'll Lille white. Michael Giwa. That was that was close. Salil white is like. Who is isn't that? Yeah Did I do speaking of that. Your brother brother-in-law put something amazing on facebook where they went for one of their friends and they paid. How you get the how did you get that out? Of Jalil white I'm getting there. Okay. So they went to this website called Cameo where you can hire celebrities. Yes. To leave personal messages and they must've as a joke for one of their friends I thirtieth birthday hired Rod. Blagojevich at eight minute long. So I believe it's it's his wife's brother. Okay. And he's not a big Fan. Of Rod Blagojevich. Sure. And they got him. Yeah on Cameo. To Leisurely Shepherd I don't even understand the whole shepherd thing. It's because they've they raised like she and goats and Llamas and stuff. I don't know they raise a lot of animals like that when they were growing up I think they just call him a shepherd chemical. Oh. That's his nickname. It is I don't know I. I don't think so I have no idea. It was a very odd. It was very odd but entertaining and. I'm like, this is the greatest thing I've ever seen I can't believe they came up with this idea it's amazing and now I want to start doing it for I talk pay. Agree because as soon as I saw, I was laughing my butt off and immediately texted him and it was like this is one of the best things I've seen and I wanted to make sure like he's not he didn't want this to happen right and he's like, no, not at all. So Anyway I. Go on there before the episode. To look for who we could possibly have. Do like trees intro. And Julia White was on there. That's the only reason I brought. It was two hundred, ninety, nine dollars for chillier white two, hundred, ninety. That's not happening. L-. I, don't know I don't know I didn't get that information. Put Away Bits. One was like eight minutes long it was long and he's just rambling. About anything but he knew about Illinois that was the only thing like he talked about Greenville where he was from and I'm sure he looked it up appear before I agree to but he did. He did the job he did and it's hilarious. I agree I think we're GONNA do that for just random people as much as we want because you can get like lesser celebrities which I want to get like ridiculously lesser celebrities. Yeah. To do because they're like forty bucks or something whatever. Man Let's think of one off the top well I can if you can keep them entertained for a little bit. I can. Retain. Be Entertained. Yeah I I would do that in a heartbeat I would hire any. Okay here's some new and worthy once we can do. Charles Oakley. Former. NBA All star okay. I remember that name but I don't remember who played for. Victoria. Silver. She was a playboy model. She was in how do you know that because she was in a movie in one of the like baseball maybe she's in baseball shoe she was in basketball. That is where I saw Gilio White. Okay. Let's do this get. Danny. Body do she's only fifty bucks I would pay for him. Hines Ward I like that guy. WHO's that? He was the receiver for the Pittsburgh. For pestering, steelers. Randy Travis. I would. Wait Randy Travis to country singer Randy Travis we can get it for two hundred bucks. Okay who do you want me to? Know where the section but I'm. Randy Travis I'm pretty sure suffered a stroke in can't speak very well. And I'm. Almost positive. He cannot speak very well at the moment. Okay here. Let me give you category. Actors Reality Not Reality Not Athletes. Not Musicians, comedians, creators, or actors. What do you want me looking comedians? Can Get some comedians yeah. We can get Kevin MacDonald. WHO's that? He was on one of those sketches either kids. Related to norm. K. Okay. We can get. These people? But that's not. That's not a good. Thing. Let's go price high to low. So we can see who is the most expensive comedian. Yeah. Let's get the most expensive one we could get I don't even know this guy is Eric Schwartz. We can get a Craig kilborn. I like him. Nine hundred dollars. And don't like him that much. We can get Chevy Chase for five hundred bucks. He might be worth. We get Chris Tucker for five hundred bucks he might be wanted. Marlon Wayans Jeremy Piven. Jeremy Piven kind of we can get downfall the dice man I to ninety nine. Days Clay Yeah. I. Bet you he won't stop impresses. To say. We can get Gary Beauty. He's the winner off the presses again. Paulie shore. My Gosh or Bob Sagging or Paul Reubens or Brad Garret or Jeff Ross or Kevin Pollack. Kevin, Pollack would be very good. Michael. rapaport him he's he have you ever seen him on you don't go on. TIKTOK. No, he's on Tiktok and he's very funny. All we David character the guy from anchorman. Yeah. It'd be good Louie Anderson. Steve Gutenberg. Jerry Steve Guten turned Seventy Five Bucks for Steve Gutenberg, what would we even do I? Just give us a shout out. From the Google. From the Gift Star Talk Shadow It's got examples of his work. It's great. I WanNa get Steve Gutenberg. Okay we'll. We'll do that and he'll give us a shout out and we'll just play it on all of our social media's as if he did it on his own. I wanted to see if Bill Murray was on here because that'd be great but I doubt it. Isn't Kevin Smith on Cameo. Oh Do you pretty sure Kevin Smith's on cameo. Kevin Smith is on Kanye what he's only a hundred bucks. and. All his. Proceeds. Go. To charity. Even. Better. I. Bet you. It's a vegan charity. It's the N. double, ACP Empowerment Fund. Okay thank you some ma'am. We're definitely doing this. Well, tonight we're going to have Kevin Smith. Oh He's not available right now. I'M GONNA put my information and right now well, that's a good idea. Okay. So that's what we're GONNA. Do we're going to have different cameo appearances from multiple people? And don't be surprised if your name hundred episodes coming up. Sit is don't be surprised if your name is dropped on a cameo. If you're a close friend of ours. And that we? Give you a random cameo for no reason other than. Showing, HOGS That would be Kinda funny. Anyway. What he's been watching. Oh, I've been watching some stuff. So, just a couple episodes of Black Mirror, I've been watching. Thought, you've watched it a lot. I'd have watched a lob. There's a new season that came out earlier this year maybe in the last year and I never watched it only three episodes. I did watch one episode because there was one with Anthony. Mackie I. Think I talked about on the podcast you did but I watched a second episode from this season and I went back and watched one from last season. Wait real quick. Black Mirror. So this show. Each episode is its own thing, right? Correct. Yeah. None of them tied together. It's just like respect the twilight or that's what I was gonna say it's almost like twilight legs you perfect up most of the time. Yeah. Like really like in your brain first of all a lot of a lot of the like in the future techno stuff. But also a lot of horror kind of stuff and some of them are extremely disturbing. Like really disturbing and some of them are not a little lighter. Is this a BBC show oh? Yeah for sure that's what I thought. Okay. So there was two episodes I watched the first one was. In episode about these family. So a dad who's kind of not present and these two teenage daughters and the one main characters like the basic nuclear family. This one that they're in America and the main characters this fifteen year old girl she just turned fifteen birthday and she's like obsessed with this huge pop star in the pop star is called Ashley Oh and she's played by Miley Cyrus in the show. She was just on Joe Rogan I know. Have, to talk about. So, anyway, the point of this is. This is in the future, right so she comes out with she starts marketing this little robot that you can buy that they call the Ashley to that's supposedly programmed with her like personality to be like your friend. And they just moved this new towns, sogeti friends, awkward age whatever. So she kind of starts to. Develop a relationship with the style. Okay. And on the split side of it, there's Miley. Cyrus. As this popstar that's like being managed by her aunt and her life is kind of spiraling out of control in shambles in a shambles and so there's I mean it's black near you can't give away the twists, but there's kind of this big twist that happens. With the Miley Cyrus character and what happens to her personally. So she's the robot. No. I will tell you that it's not way, but it is one of the lighter blackbeard's basically a robot. One of the lighter BLACKMAR mirror episodes I've watched it's not like it's light. Per Se but it's not like horror doesn't keep you up after watching. It. Was Pretty. Good. I enjoyed it so. I kinda got it. Got Me back into the Black Mirror Group I. Just love how those shows are produced. I I never really got into it too much. I've tried to watch some of them. I have watched a couple episodes here and there but like the wasn't Black Mirror the one that did that. Movie. Did yes. So it was like an interactive movie Yup So I did that. That was weird. Yeah. That was awesome. It was yeah that was pretty incredible but I never really like delved into the show itself the Kevin Smith talks about a lot how it's one of the best things ever made. Yeah so I. Guess I'm going to watch some of these. So then I went back and watched this episode from last season that I've been meaning to watch 'cause I never got around to watching the last season I, kind of pick and choose I try to. Well that's the problem with this show is that since it isn't Like linear there's it's all episodic. You don't know which ones good and which one isn't. They're all good first off they are if you like. But some of them are more horror than others and I'm not a big horror fan. It doesn't matter. They're all incredible. Okay. I've never seen an episode that wasn't good. But generally go through and found I watched the ones that are most interesting to me sounding to me I sure and then last season there was a couple I just missed and one of them was this episode that Joe Rogan's always talking about it's like his favorite episodes called crocodile. and. He's always talking about how it's the most fucked up thing ever and it's Crazy and he's never seen anything like it and I watched it and it's not that crazy first off. I'm like. Pine is really fucked up like, yeah seriously, and it is kind of like it's not horror at all but it is graphic. And, disturbing. What happens and everything I can't even tell like a synopsis of it. Okay. Because it kind of gives away. It's just it's one of those things that's like all twist kind of does that have anything to do with crocodiles absolutely nothing to crocodiles. Okay. Which is why I didn't watch it originally because I assumed it. Is You're like I don't really care about the animal. Like set in some country like is lindor something like this and there's this lady who's like. Kind of a rich. ARCHITECT FAMOUS ARCHITECT and. Some she had done something horrible in her past. That kind of caught up with her and In then based on that thing that had happened in her past per things kind of. Spiral out of control and. They really spiral out of control because the technology aspect of this one is the insurance life insurance adjusters can scan your memories. So like if you had a car. And Insurance agent they put a thing in your head and they go all the witnesses of the accident. You can call replay all it will replay exactly what happened basically and That plays into what happens in this episode it was good. I enjoyed it. I would watch it. Do you got something I got a couple more but yes. So. The newest one. Well first off. I'm still continuing unless the last kingdom. Yes. Yeah I've made it through the majority of season three. which is against my wife's wishes. ooh But she's just so much slower. You've abandoned her. And it's an argument. She did not want me to go ahead but this last weekend I got super sick on Sunday and covered it was. Not. It was absolutely the flu because I was throwing up. Flu. That's a stomach flu. Yeah. The stomach. Huge. Thing that just pet peeve of mine. I'm going to put it on my stretches my spring next week. Well. You just didn't know next week. All right, stretch my spring. That's fine. So I had the stomach flu I think. But it lasted a few days because I was very like exhausted and tired. Like Sunday Monday Tuesday. I'm that's what happened this week Oh. Yeah. Oh so you're literally find probably still shedding virus. Infecting me not at all, you're fine. Sunday. was a day where I literally slept all day. I don't ever like to sleep I. Don't want to go to sleep. And I did nothing but sleep on Sunday all all of the day. But in the meantime when I was awake, I, would watch the last kingdom. and I skipped a bunch episodes from her and Gosh. It's such a good show and it takes a turn. That I never even saw coming in season three where. Chain and they go separate direction. Where Trid? Loved by side, the Danes or Wessex are saxons whatever and just kind of do their own thing and I love it. Love everything about it. Want to see more of it and I only have. I haven't gotten into season four yet. But I'm almost done with season three I've got one episode left and then I'll get into season four and then it's over for me for a while and I don't want that to head out that long. When does season five come out I? Don't do they have like A. Release date for that they. Produced. It put it together like I. Don't think it's been filmed. No. Oh, while then I have a while. So I'M GONNA, try to stretch out a little bit it's filming so it's taken me obviously a lot longer than you to watch and I don't know how you watch the so fast because they're just Literally. An hour a piece and. He seasons are long. I watched like three episodes the night. Yeah. I didn't sleep. I know and that's It's so good that you don't want to sleep I didn't want A. Long time because it just got renewed. Set for twenty, twenty one. So it'll be out summer twenty twenty one probably. Okay. Well, that's not that bad but. Last seasonal I'm not. I'm not a fan of like the intros like when they do the recap do did you listen to any of them? I try to skip the I try to skip to but every once in a while I, miss the skip portion net flicks. And I listen to the recap. It's not very good how we read the recap and does it Reads it and it's always very clunky and sounds like he can't read very well, and he says I am. Boutros like a Billion Times does, which is why I said a billion times and you have ever since I remember when we went to Coal City area club, and we were like floating around in the water and you said it probably forty five times like in random conversations. Bouncing around talking to different people and you're like, Oh, well, WHO TRADE UTRECHT Everybody's looking at you like what? Are you saying. But well, worth the watch I do believe it's better than game of thrones I I would agree with you had a hard time believing the fact that you would ever say that because I was so in love with game of thrones. Up until the last. Couple seasons. But it is. It's very good. So enthralled in all of these characters and I wanNA, see the growth in some of them and I wanNA see some of them die immediately do you won't see high that one dude I can't it's not athol flood but it's the guy that should have been the king of Wessex but isn't the king of Wessex to John King? He's always been that secondary character that's just off in the shadows and always creating problems. Oh Yeah. When he got the crap beat out of him by Ragnar. He should've been the king. RAGNAROK UNISON. o-. beat the crap out after he made a weld. It. Yes it started with an a the all with an almost but yeah. Ao walled or something because he went over to the Danes and nobody knew he went over there also went over to I was surprised you didn't like that character like I feel like he's very charismatic. Well, of course, he tries to be charismatic to everybody is, but he's a snake he's the worst. Oh, he's creating problems for everyone and everybody sees that this dude is creating the problems and that's why Ragnar just beat the PISS. Real bad after ultra leaves because then Ragnar they hate each other he's like I'm going to kill you and that hurt me bad I was like man these guys it's rattled. Ethel yeah, he deserves to die. Bad. Really bad death. Man. I'm just walking into characters are like out of this show for awhile and I just I'm realizing how much I love it. Yes. LEOFRIC AWESOME FATHER BE. Yoka Father Biogas in every single episode very good. Lido is also a annoying Breda. Yes it bothered me that she was immediately like I hate you it's ridiculous through Spear Adam, and so we won't miss next time I pretty much like any of the Danes for the most part. I like Ragnar I thought he was fine up until now. A little further to go. A. I don't remember Abba about he was the leader of the Danes blood hair. He's an idiot, and then there was like Eric and siegfried yacht and. There was just there are so many characters involved with it. There is so many characters in the show. It's just very good and there's not a lot of magic and stuff involved there SARS a little bit but are some but it's very I don't know. Like I mean. So there is a point one instance of magic I can think of. And it is presented as magic, but it could also be just coincidence. Yeah. So, and that's what it obviously is for their timeframe especially, if they don't understand it that way, right? I don't know really love the show and I will continue to watch it. That is one that. Will probably be on my list for a little while until I finished season for. I am still continuing to watch a way. I didn't finish that season yet. I only have two episodes left. I enjoy. It's nothing. It's not a big standout show that I would say drop everything and watch but I do believe it's enjoyable. I enjoy space if you enjoy space show watch that. But like I said last episode. It has a lot to do with like relationships back home, which was like the one thing that turned me off that show idea of watching that show big time, and that's fine in some people don't like that but I. I want to watch it just because the spatial visuals look awesome and I am a space fan I don't care about what's happening at home though. So that's the only thing well, about the difference is that like So Hilary Swank character. She's married to a guy that works for NASA. He ends up having like a stroke or something wrong but he was directly involved with the mission. So at ties her and her family into it like my husband and daughter obviously play a big part in her life. Because he played a big part in the mission to begin with, she's obviously the commander the mission she has a daughter that's like sixteen years old is going through some crap and her mom's going to Mars, frigging, Hey, teenagers in movies and TV, I can't deal with it. This isn't a teenage drama by. The way they portray. Teenagers. Especially teenage girls. Which? Is it how they all are? No not all of them pisses me off to the NTH degree how stupid they make him? Yeah and granted teenagers are the worst. They're awful. They're stupid and I don't like them but they all believe they know every thought. I know a good bit of them that aren't that like so stupid that they make the most. Irrational. Discovers. I don't feel like this. It portrays it that that way. There's just such an emotional aspect to her mom being gone. And not being able to do anything in her life at that moment when she needs her, that's not a huge part of the story though, yeah, it is part of the story but you also get. You get each individual character that is in space and what? is bringing like what ties them back to Earth right. So you get those individual stories but I think it's a very good show. It's not getting like the greatest reviews again I wouldn't say drop everything and watch the show, but I'm. Enjoying every episode that I watch, you know there's aspects that are kind of annoying but the majority of I enjoy. Core. I am still watching yellowstone. We've finished season one. season. To. It I mean I. Don't know last time I talked about with you. I said that I was really Kinda on the fence. No Pun intended. About it. It's just here's the thing. It's just one of those shows. That is ridiculous. Yeah. Like out of control ridiculous like the drama. It's so dramatic. It's like days of our lives it really like the things that turns me away from the things that happen and the frequency at which they happen is obscene. However. You can't stop watching it. Really it in. Like like generally it keeps pace pretty well, there's only been a couple of episodes that I felt up drug. down. So it's keeping pace, but to keep pace and a story that's mediocre has to be that dramatic has to be that over the top like every episode somebody is getting like mortally injured not deathly like somebody's getting seriously injured or some. Accident or by life freak accidents. By freak accidents or whatever the case may be 'cause I was got the gist that this was basically a. Mob Show like a Western mob I I. I like the aspect of the show that it's completely different. Than anything you've seen before, but it's more like A. A wealthy. Rancher is Kevin Costner the greatest ever. He's pretty good I. mean he's not my favorite for sure. Is He wider? Good is a Dances with wolves good Dances with wolves has never been one of my favorites honest Tin Cup good now is he field of dreams? Good. Yeah waterworld. Good. Actually. No To. He's fine. It's basically like gigantic wealthy guy running this ranch. Hundred Twenty years in his family wants to protect his land sure and all these interest groups are. Trying to take it so like the don't touch. Moscow. Indian. Tribe is that's a whole second running part of this. It's very much like about. The. Subjugation of the native American peoples and like how they've been treated and now their reaction to that is to go out and like trying to. Get back this land and it can't get it back and governmental ways. So it's like so it's like give me back my land for both sides. and. Kevin Costner, cise protecting. The native Americans are trying to get it. There's developers trying to get it their schemes to raise property taxes to force them off its whole thing. But I mean Kevin Costner's ranches like. Gigantic. Like. Millions of acres okay. And it's like ordering yellowstone like the National Park. So there's that whole aspect of it makes sense. There's this amazing scene, right? So the main cowboy guy, his name is rip and he's the best rip torn. He's the best guy in the show he's amazing. And he is just an ultimate bad, ass basically. Yeah. He's not blood related to Kevin Costner. Just a hired hand hired gun. Yeah. But these like. He he's been raised by Kevin Costner's character is like a Kid And he's had a very rough and tumble life. As. A father figure and he is a man that deserves respect and get. Love that. I like not good guy. Well, he's not a bad guy I don't know. He's a bad guy sounds all not a bad guy. He's a murderer you sympathize with them he's he's like the. Sympathizing with someone doesn't mean they're a good guy though he's both. Okay. He's good. It depends on your perspective good at heart but has danny add things. So there's this one scene and this is spoilers. Okay but it's just a great scene so I'm going to tell you about it. So. There's a grizzly bear that's coming on and killing cavs there's an I and kill, but it's illegal a shoot them. They're protected endangered species apparently according to this show which I don't think they actually are if they're endangering your livestock. Thank you can shoot him. Well According to this? No, you cannot only if there it's self-defence. Anyway. So he goes to shoot this bear which they're not supposed to do, but they're just going to shoot it and bury it. Yeah. So he goes out there looking for this bear. and. Here's this this yelling and because they border yellowstone mark. Yeah and there's these two Asian like Chinese tourists that are hanging off the side of a mountain like ledge mouth. That's a bad renaming crying they encountered the bear that got down on the side of the mountain can't Quebec. I can't get back up. So In the meantime. So he runs back to his horse, he gets his Lasso. He's like, throw it down to get them to the grab the rope to pull it up. She speaks English the guy doesn't speak. English. So she gets the rope and he's like put it around your arms I'll pull you up one at a time. Meanwhile. The boyfriend just starts grabbing at it not really understanding what's going on. False bone she slips falls down to death. She's dead. He looks up at her and he's just like. He's looking at me like. I thought you got the rope. And the guys just like. Any drops. And drops and boom grizzly bear right behind him. Oh No, he's got a turnaround. Bloom smoke. This grisly got thirty thirty out. And there's a binary repeater big drama after that I should have told you that because spoilers it's great scene. There's some good scenes in the show. There's good stuff here. Yes but there's also it's just you have to understand that it's outrageously over the top dramatic. It's like a soap opera, but you can't stop watching it. Yeah and a lot of shows are like soap operas you off almost like things that happen at your like come on. Yeah. See that makes me not WANNA watch like five times maybe six times already in the show. Leaves me and Marley bullpen like we're done. This is ridiculous. CanNot believe this that doesn't that doesn't point out to me a very good show. Then we jump right back in I understand that, but I've never had a show that I'm like I love it. To where there was a point where I was like I'm done I'm done watching this. It's one of those things that you're saying that you don't really mean you're like if that happens I'm done well and amy did that with game of thrones when we're watching throw, it was like when the red wedding happened, they slit throat and everybody died she's like I'm not watching this any more. This is ridiculous. Why would I ever watched us all the main characters are dead right and then next season starts woods get after it. It's just like every seen in like some high-drama. Super injured or there's police involvement. I don't know this whole thing and there's some of the characters are extremely unlikeable, which is annoying to me but like I'm purpose. Like some of the supposed it's one of those things like you don't really there's no good guys. There's no bad guys. You don't really know. I, mean, clearly, there are some bad guys but you don't really know where you stand for the characters most time. But. Character is obviously the main character. will now he's not really the main character but he His his ranches and he's the patriarch of that. But like he's not necessarily a good guy. Sure. So anyway, it's kind of like breaking bad it's fine. Like yeah. No not that bad of a guy. He's not Walter White Bad. In the beginning he wasn't that bad of a guy and then he just got overtaken by the drug trade? Well either way. I don't know whether I can recommend it or not. I would I've heard season? Two's better than season one which is good because he's the one was a little over the top season to just barely started. We've only watched one episode so. There's three out so. preseason. All. Three episodes and season to. Know and there's only there's not that many episodes per season I don't think anyway. Okay I got one more. So obviously I continue to watch the boys you do too Oh. Yeah. It's still happening watched that Cobra Kai I've continued to watch. I've only seen another two episodes. So four episodes deep in the first season I will continue to watch that at some point it will grab my attention. I. Think. It will. Okay. I hope. It's fine. It's doing what it needs to do to keep me to watch it. But at this moment, it's there hasn't been anything that I'm like. You know the Cobra. Kai, like this is my favorite show. That's fine. Nothing yet but it will I'm sure it will I think it's got I don't think it'll be your favourite show. No I. Think it's got the tools to do that though it's a good. Fun To Watch. But the last one that I just started watching which was last night was the very first episode just dropped on. I mean you can watch all of them. I just watched the very first episode. And it is called canola homes. Okay, so I saw that preview for this. and. It is the most obnoxious preview for one specific reason. Why? Okay what do you think it? So it doesn't bother me the whole thing where it's like we have to take every single character and introduced the female version of or the female replacement for that's fine. What doesn't matter means? You got your show like homes whatever yeah. Now this is Shirley. Microsoft and then they have a sister. Okay. Yeah. So there's very much the whole thing like, well, how can we female up Sherlock Holmes? Anyway that's fine. It's the part of the trailer where it says the world's best. attactive. It says Sherlock Holmes, the world's best detective and Pinola homes. The world's better detective. So she's better than Sherlock. Holmes Oh. Is that what they did you that was in the trailer and I didn't even know everything would have been fired in this trailer if you don't have to be like. The world's best detective and then cross it out, cross it out and it's like better detective. I. Didn't see that because she's a woman she's batter. Let's see I. don't see that kind of stuff because I'm not misogynistic misogynistic either put like it's. It's candy everything is in our day and age. You're not gonNA get away from it in anything that we watched. Yeah. You can't get away from it. You can make a good show I think you've out an older homes and not have a ridiculous thing in the thriller that crosses out best detective inputs, world better detective. You can also not just show by justice trailer. I can judge a show however I want and I'm going to say that is is ridiculous I could judge. Cobra Kai by its trailer and say, well, it looks cheap and good. It is cheap, but it's good. That's the thing. So you haven't watched any of this. So I think it looks good. Very good. I'm in the bag for Millie Bobby. Brown. Actor. Yeah. She's great. She's in a little thing called stranger things. I don't know if you've seen that show it was a little one that Netflix's but. It's almost. Not any big deal. And I think she's going to be very good. She will be the show's very good I. Love Everything Sherlock Holmes Me Metoo huge on. So everything Sherlock Holmes Sherlock Holmes is very good and the Sherlock Holmes show from BBC with Benedict cumberbatch. That's great is one of the best shows have you read a lot of Sherlock Holmes books I have read some I have not read all of them by any. Read I've read about three maybe I think I've read two Books Grandma gave me the hound of the Baskervilles is when I read that one I like them they're really good. They are very good. So. I got. Yeah. I got an Sherlock Holmes a long time ago with that book that my grandma gave me but Changed, my world in two thousand eleven when I saw the BBC show with benedict. Cumberbatch? Yeah. He does such a great job and the way they do those episodes. They would only give you three episodes in a season. And they were an hour and a half long. So you're watching a movie each time. Yeah and they all connect yeah they all. Work and then what's the guy's name that was in the Hobbit and he was also Martin yes Darden No. Now not Martin Star, but it is Martin something. he is. Martin Freeman and Freeman. Yes. So he's the doctor. His Sidekick I can't think of Sherlock. Mr Watson. Doctor. Dr Watson Mr Watson. Dr Watson Dr Watson it's Watson. He is a doctor but they just calm Watson but that show was like the best. Setup and like the best viewpoint of what Sherlock Holmes is. Gets rid him. In the best. Show I was just the best show for sure comes I loved it. This is nothing close to that. This is like a A. Type show it's definitely a teen drama I think it's going to be but I think it's filmed very well the production is very west Sherlock Holmes? Hundred cattle yeah. I don't know I think it's GonNa be really fun and easy to watch. I'm kind of in the bag for it at the moment. What's it like? Oh it would be amazing to be Henry Cavill as long as you don't have a Moustache I. Just read something that he signed on for three more Superman movies beside that though what is it like to be Superman? All right. In the cinematic universe he is superman he. And yet you're more prominent for your role in the winter. That's how good the witcher is. You're right. I believe that he's more prominently now. Okay. So I wouldn't say more prominent like the prominent talk is that yes, he is superman and there has been a lot of drama around that. Not necessarily good. Your average person that doesn't have Netflix's or doesn't watch SCI FI probably knows him as superman however I'm saying like he is more celebrated for his role. In the West. So there is more negative news around him being superman not his acting as superman but by the production of the movies and the poor portrayal of all these movies. But yet, the more positive look at him has been from the witcher because it was far and away better than anything. He's done a superman which is first of all also. Better than game through the winter is amazing and Henry Cavill specifically in the witcher is unbelievable. It really is. He's amazing I remember talking on this show. About My. I had like a little bit of negativity towards like him like his look as the witcher and I thought this is not going to be very good. And I sat it on the show I was like this I am not. Not. A fan of it don't think it looks good I think it's going to be like cheesy. I don't think it's going to be anything like what I want it to be. And then we watch the. And shelved Issac in my mouth because I was talking. So wrong. I love that show and I remember there's some pushback on that show at first I can't wait for the second season. That is what I'm probably most looking forward to of anything. That exists right now I I agree with you is that ely or with you I mean obviously I'm looking forward to the last kingdom. Oh sure and some other stuff but. As of right now, that is probably what I'm most. I'm looking forward to that more than I. Am Batman more than I am. No. I would disagree I want to see the Batman like Matt, Reeves Batman with Robert, Pattinson would be. Too but I mean, I loved it I mean Honora I love Adjara. But we have to separate movie and TV shows. So TV shows. Yes the witcher far and away is the one I'm looking forward to the most. Movie wise as of right now. Yeah, I think it's the Batman looks mean really figuring it. I don't know guardians whenever that come out but. More Batman. Guy. Are Anymore on in Nola. No I just watched the first episode I. Think it's going to be good and I'm going to continue to watch it. I just started watching a new show that EXPERI. Very. excited. Stupid. It's my new jam. So I don't have direct TV anymore, I do good. Have it except I can't access it. From like April to the end of October because there's a tree that grows in the path. Between the satellites and my satellite dish. Okay. So this wasn't of a like A. Be Like hunting? Tree No, you can trim it though Ascherman Minute. You can't tree. No I'M GONNA go into its glory. That silly. Trim the shit out of them. It just makes me realize that there's nothing on there for me. So I don't care. Right. There's one thing on there for me and that's called the Chicago bears which I was really upset there on Fox thirty two. Do you have like not in my living room? I? In my bedroom I do but in my living room I don't have an antenna. I have. Them. Crawlspace. I haven't done it so I don't have it right now that's silly and I wanted to watch the bears game which was a good game I enjoyed what I even watch single. So came in. So I had to download the CBS now APP. And do the seven day free trial because you can get the bears. and. But you only get one week and he missed last week. So now you're seventies. Watch, Sunday's no I watched the game on Sunday Oh. My God I get the rest of the week. I'm like, okay. Well, I get a week. So I'm going to watch star trek discovery. Oh and I have been watching it I. frigging. Love it. It's great. It is such good show. It's worth paying for CBS APP. It's four, ninety, nine a month. It's worth paying for for a couple months just to watch that show. So her yellowstone, for example, I had no way to watch it because you have to buy it. I had to buy it. That's stupid. So I have the paramount APP, but I think paramount is such. That is the dumbest thing I've ever heard of in my life. You're really restricting all of the people that could be watching a show regardless if a word of mouth if you put that show on net flicks, it's GonNa get one hundred, thousand more views in a week. So show so I get the paramount APP because I have direct TV so I, can sign into the paramount. And Watch it with my direct TV log in but the only thing on their season three. Yeah see this is why I haven't watched is because they're forcing me to buy every. Well, you're not a hundred percent worse because. You can watch it on the peacock APP but I had to buy Pekao it's free it's free ad-supported Peacock is free. The one I downloaded was free I didn't know that, but it was so slow and glitzy. The first episode like stopped like six times and I'm like I'm done with this. I'll just buy it on Amazon because I'm not putting up with this. In the show to me is not worth it to buy. So I bought the first season. I've only watch one episode and I have been watching it since and therefore it means I. don't need to spend money on this show. Yeah. It's twenty bucks. Yeah. That's way too expensive. There are so many other shows that I need to. Finish and catch up on that I would agree I'm not gonNA. Waste my time. The only reason I bought it is because I had a bunch of credit from my Amazon account from doing that not two day shipping. Because all through covert, like the whole last four months if you select not two day shipping. Two. Sometimes, three dollars. Yeah. They do. So I've racked up like I like forty bucks credits and guess what the two days shipping is non-existent. Might as well, but they're not going to get it so anyway so I had some credit so I bought that on there, but anyway star Trek discovery I think I didn't get it all watched clearly I've only watched five episodes and there's a bunch more. There's two seasons and there's fifteen episodes of season. So and I want to watch star Trek Picard to. and. There's a bunch of other shows on there too that look. Very good. Really like original shows like the code. Is. Another. starring. Edmund Fan. On the show will the CVS APP is not just CBS CBS comedy central there's like six other networks that CVS owns really they're all on their. The APPS A little glitch. Cheesy but it works pretty well. It is ad supported unless you pay nine, ninety, nine, a month which I'm not going to. So I paid the I haven't paid anything because I'm Selma free trial but I'm gonNA. Pay The four ninety nine months. Ten months. And I get to watch all the star. Trek which is awesome. It is a super good show production values out of this world. It's incredible to cast Israel's another thing Kevin Smith talked about discovery. Did He? Yeah the cast is Great the story lines are pretty good. Oh, that's one thing that I love about it. So right away and like the third or fourth episode they introduce. So she gets transferred to this new ship Star Trek Discovery. There's a bunch of stuff that happens before that. You got to watch it to get the story on that anyway. On the ship. And this isn't too much of a spoiler. So I'll just tell you there have the scientists that is now they're basically in the middle of a war. That's the whole premise of the show. Is there like in the middle of a war, a war with the Klingons? So like all the star trek in cling all the Star Trek shows, which are obviously signs vessels primarily and discovery vessels have to be transitioning into warships basically. So, this ship, the Star Trek Discovery, a science vessel, and one of the scientists on there is working with mushrooms, my Liam. Sports Yeah. Your favorite. Yes. which is awesome. Yeah and so he's trying to the threat on this as like. The whole underpinning of the universe is like held together by this fabric of. Spore like this is like a living entity, and if you can tap into that, you can travel you can travel. Oh, like instantly to any point in space and time. And so they're working on this. Now the so they're developing an engine based on this like mushrooms basically. And the this is what I think is so cool about it. The scientists that is in charge of that program. And the show his name is Paul Standards. No Way Lieutenant Paul standards they named the character alter the guy actual a guy that does the much research isn't that cool? It's amazing. It's super cool. I. Think that's amazing and by the way Paul statements has been on Joe Rowe like multiple Joe Rogan podcast. He has a huge mushroom like what that even called like fungus up. Colonists any talks a lot about all of that my college. Yes. So this guy I'm a ship is they KALMAN ASTRO MIC. That's really cool. It is really cool. Think of being like. Anybody in today's Day and age like most people would not know that guy's name no yet he has gotten himself to a place where he can be. Named as a person Anna Anna Star Trek show. Yeah. It's cool I. Recommend everybody back and listen to the podcast with him the first one the job. There was a later one that wasn't as good but anyway I recommend star Trek discovery highly I am enjoying it. I think the production email is great i WanNa Watch Picard to and they have an animated comedy called Lower Deck's that's about like the Red Shirt Star Wars. Lower. People I haven't seen any of it so I don't know. Cash I don't even know about that. There's a bunch of other shows too on their image check out I might stick with the CBS APP it's looking pretty good so far to get. So that's it. That's all I've been watching. There's a bunch of I've been listening. Because I've been in the combine o not a lot but a fair amount guess I've been happening tomorrow. Hundred percent in the old awkard yeah. Tall happen harvest this happened it's happening. So Midwest, I'm pushing having a podcast world and I've been listening binging. Joe. Rogan. I've listened to a bunch of we don't have time to get into them now because we're getting over. But I've listened to some really good ones that I'll just mentioned off the top that I think you should listen to. Okay. Douglas Murray. He was really good on there. You're not the text these to me tomorrow I listened to the one with Edward Snowden I always liked listening to him on there. He is an incredible speaker he is. He's so I started listening to him I didn't finish the episode I only listen to maybe ten minutes of it but the way. It's like the tone of voice. He's life sounds like, Obama his when he talks the like the pace of his speech. Like, the Timbre and the way speaks everything about his speech. Makes me want to listen to a more I. don't even know what he's talking about some of its contents dry but yeah, very dry content when you're talking about like different things that's going on in government. The only thing I don't care about with him as i. he clearly has a huge ego like absolutely is not willing to listen to other people's opinions. He's got it. All figured out. He's the smartest man in the world according to. Himself and he is very intelligent. He does seem amazing. How young years for how smart he is. That's all I. Think about when I look at I, I've watched a lot of it on Youtube. because. Like my I looked at him and I'm like, how do you know any of this stuff? And now he's been in basically like seclusion for so many years ten years that he has to be gaining any of this knowledge completely on his own. Yeah. Like nobody is helping him he's hiding. Also where is he getting funded from like what is his funding? How does he operate will first of all I think there would be a massive amount of people willing to donate money to him sure but it has to be. Secret. Like. He's hiding himself from the US government. Well, I don't think he mentioned in the podcast that like of course, they know where he is he's like living out in the open. He's in Russia. Well right but they can't do anything to the can't extricate them I know they know where he is I understand that but the government can tap into a lot of things course again but I mean, what are they gonNA do? He's in a non-extradition country right but they can also like stop things like stop money coming in. Possibly a baby he's getting money from the Russian government. That's what I'm wondering like how is he? If he's living in Russia. Operating in Russia, not leaving his house. I don't know. I mean what's happened? Can do a lot online. I personally I think it's outrageous that he hasn't been pardoned right that he hasn't been part ridiculous because if you look at all the. Joke. Everything that he put out in the open for people to know about. Is Accurate and true yeah. They just came out. They were talking about on the show weeks ago. This Supreme Court not the supreme. Court but like the one step below it, the Ninth Circuit Court or whatever it is. Yes had said yeah everything they were doing it was illegal every single part of it was illegal and he even said he's like well, this has happened multiple times before but finally it came back around like yeah, it's it's done. This is all illegal. You're right. But it didn't what he says is just because what they were doing was illegal doesn't make. He did commit a crime technically right. So I mean like treasonous. He could come here and go to court and he might not be prosecuted. It's not worth trying though it isn't probably. I. Don't know. But maybe in another should be pardoned is what should happen but I don't know petitions out to heaven pardon can you be pardoned if you haven't stood trial? He's never founded guilty of anything right so what is being pardoned of? So I guess not I guess you would just have to stop the you'd have to. He'd have to win the appeals on the charges. I don't know how that works, but it would be. So the government has charges against him. You'd have to take those charges away. The government would then have to forfeit their charges. I would assume that maybe the president could just pardon you of the charges us. Yeah, I. think that's the way it would have to be. It wouldn't be pardoned pardoning you of. A sentence or pardoning you from. The sentence needs to be found guilty of absolutely ridiculous. First of all that Obama didn't pardon him. But I find it w ridiculous. Trump hasn't pardon him he pardoned. Rod Blagojevich. School. Just on a cameo video. Anyway so that one was pretty good. It did listen to that Tim Kennedy one that was really good. I didn't listen to it at all. You were the one that brought it up I just read an article. It was pretty good. I listened to Miley Cyrus. She is strange too much. She has a weird voice talk so much about. It was a really dull podcast in general and that was going to say I can't handle her really. She's just so manic and. Like that just not that interesting. She has lived a life that none of us will ever live. Listening to this most likely. You have never lived the life that she does and I don't think she can bring herself down to a level. Of, a normal life. No. So the way she talks about things and the way she. Lives. which a lot of people like of her superstardom at they just even if they grew up in like a life that we did and then got fame later, they just get to this level where they forget about everything below them. But she didn't grow up that way she grew up with billy Cyrus. That was already a relatively large. Country Singer somehow I don't really know how From one song right. And she grew up. As. This like star and she doesn't have a clue about regular life. And She's really strange. She just really really strange and she has done a lot of strange things in her life that will probably never experience. She's also not very interesting and none of the PODCAST is interesting. It was A. And so yeah, and there was a couple of more. There was one list to Jenny, Kleinman? Clemen. She wrote a book about. Technology basically like going forward. Did I just come out today or yesterday? A couple of days ago. Yeah. Okay. So it wasn't angelique ago. So I would listen to deduct Douglas Murray when I liked that one that was Douglas Murray and Tim. Kennedy Tim Kennedy? One was pretty good. Yeah. That's what I'll check out. A lot of tractor time coming up. Yeah. There's a bunch. He's Blake releasing every day if you like there's like two new podcasts, have you seen as new? Known that up? Don't. Go on Youtube and look at it. It's the worst. Why Oh my gosh. That's so bad compared to his last studio. It's allred. It's like a red. It's it's read back lighting behind. Like Wall Mount. So he's got like these Walmart had pictures and then there's this redback lighting behind it but the whole studios read around him. He's in Texas now instead of L. A., and it's just awful. It looks awful. Every comment you look at is like ditch the studio man like we love the podcast you're studio is horrible. What are you doing I? Love those there's one picture It's really it's not there's a wasn't next two studio and there's a Gif of Kramer, opens the door and Seinfeld to the Kenny Rogers. Kenny us. That's what it looks like. That's exactly what it looks like. It's awful. It's not good. I'll have to check it. I. Don't know why he is allowing this because he's I feel like Joe. Rogan is a smart man when it comes to. His business. And this, this is a mistake if you're going to continue the video stuff which he is deter yeah, he needs to stop. Well Anyway I talk this week. That's IT, right? Yeah. That's it so. This week, I've been Chris Nolan's talk about Patriot. Oh, sure. Go ahead. So we do. We do as as SNARF, comics or SNARF. Talk have a patriotic at Patriotair dot com slash. Comics. You can subscribe at one dollar level of five dollar level time dollar whatever you WANNA do. Every level that you go up, you get more stuff we will give you A. Bundle SNARF. 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