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Streaming In Place: ATLA S03E0203

The Televerse

00:00 sec | 4 months ago

Streaming In Place: ATLA S03E0203

"To the televise. Streaming Past happened. I called it calls name. I called at like ten thirty last night. Successfully predicted. Yeah, that's the only call that I'm going to get for the entire season I. Bet anyway. Sorry well and as I say hello, everybody welcome to streaming play. Today, we're talking about Avatar. The last air bender book three fire episodes, two and three, the headband, and the painted lady, and while there yeah, say as well there are some things that people sort of were expecting. I don't think we were anticipating and. It was just delighted to have a footloose episode. And then you know like candyman sort of like in. The eighties Maggio's in these two episodes. I kinda forgotten. How well did they repair together and I'm very excited to discuss them in here. Allison's reactions to everything because. It. They're just I. I remember them being good episodes, but watching them together for this I just went. All. We plan this so well. So Elson, what did you think of the headband and our footloose episode? You know if I can easily see universe in which I would have jokingly predicted that Arun Company would attempt to footloose a fire nation town like I. Really fake I like I would have said that and I would have been joking. And then I would have been right, and it would have been awesome like what an absolute delight, and I think that both of these episodes absolutely work really well together, not just because of the eighties modules, but because these wonderful glimpses of. What it's like for these children to be traveling on the Errand in which they're traveling, and the moments that they sort of find for themselves to do the things that matter to them, and for Ang. Obviously, it's. Spreading the spreading the good word of dancing As a you know a a symbol of freedom, but he also gets to just be a kid, and for Qatar. You know not. It's not great that she lives. And I hope those berries were safe for poor OPPA. Toss Oh there. Okay, okay good but her sort of realizing where she draws the line, and what matters to her, and also recognizing what the consequences can be if she doesn't think things through the way and. Re clarifying her relationship with Sokha in terms of the team. There's a bunch of really interesting deep stuff going on in both of these episodes, and they're both just really fun to. and. They felt like such a nice sort of. Breath of fresh air, after all of the epic intensity, and these were still epic and intense, but in a very different way I could not have been more delighted with both of them. Null. What stood out this time? So I really focused on 'cause I, haven't watched. I watched these episodes in the while, so really focused on everyone's. Hello fell fire nation kids. Of them attempting to infiltrate everyone because it was just like all of this is very good. I think it's just really delightful. I enjoyed Ang's whole was air nomad army being historical revisionist in the fire, nation or revisionist However that works of like they didn't have an army. Were you there one hundred years ago? No I was not. Going to sit down now because I am from a colony. Yet. No I think it's really really good and I think that one of the things I really like about particularly about the headband. We'll talk more about painted ladies separately is that. I'd like this idea of. Them, incorporating the idea of colonization within the two within two going to like a fire nation like town, and what does that mean, and how do they think about the colonies and? Their fact that they're willing to roll with a lot of what crews on does they chalk up to him? Being from an invitation colony just Kinda go with it. Down to even like the idea that his parents have the last name. Fire feels like very refugee. Immigrant sort of deal were trying to blend in. Were going to change her last name to fire, and all the layers of that I think that get baked into this episode, and then it becomes a dance party. The subsidies just so smart, delightful, and I really really love it. Market said. AM. Happy we got to this episode because the Netflix auto play trailer starts with high. WHO's on Hi Angie? Which Ang's voiceover which always left me wondering so? EXPLICIT DIEGO SAYS I didn't know I needed fire, nation, slang, but I did. Play Mio. Yet and Keenan. Says Dan I was GONNA. Make my name. Sapphire fired. I forgot you. Always on top of the ridiculous like families names, they come up with what was the earth nation one like some Popadopoulos, or whatever? Yes is a very very long Safire She's keeping. Does I laughed she or generally hilarious Diego wants to did. Chaka in Qatar Poland Mrs Doubt Buyer. Well then the the ridiculousness of of that parent teacher conference was so great. Like the beer and Sokha keeping it like it's just part of me now. It's you know I it. I love it so much. I'm going to send him to reform school by which I mean the coal mines. All. Very good. Bad and terrible. The lake just everybody like the glow up when they all get there like fire nation blending in robes, whatever super fun the like that we get the little moment right of Qatar with her mother's necklace There's there's some really the some really good character pizzas at the beginning of episode, but for me it's all about once. He's in the school and like you said Nole that that history lesson and Blake the indoctrination that we're seeing the pledge and everything, which is super, creepy and like I was. Because I'm me. There in the music class and I was like well. That's not how those kinds of horns work, but this scene is delightful. Watching. A process, experience and deal with the very different life that these kids have versus what he grew up with what he's currently experiencing. Avatar with everything going I. It was it was neat. It was know. Folding in the L. We're, GONNA. Learn about that secret tunnel. Rate though perfect for our thing. If you want us to leave, I guess can't. Really hit the character dynamics. Scotty says I feel like it's a sneaky imperialism to ignorant of the colonies by people in the mainland leaves them vulnerable to infiltration. Sneaky kids will teach your children to dance yes. It's. It is very our nose with this anti imperialism. This episode of that is a okay with a with me at least. It is not subtle that you know something. Don't need to be settled, so. I was very much here for it. You know I i. mentioned this already in brief, but I want to touch on it more. The other thing that really impressed me about this one is that it's so joyful while also underlining the inherent tragedy of the fact that this kid doesn't really get a childhood. You know what I mean like. He and we've seen that in flashbacks that we've seen what it what it was like for him when they told him he was the Avatar So. That's an idea that we've already seen, but. The Joy and the delight of him just getting to hang out with kids after school and learn things in have some structure as it just. was. It's very sad, but the fact that they were able to tell this story. That's about freedom in connection and optimism with that being the basis for it with that being sort of what creates it. I thought was really remarkable. also the choreography of the dance was so cool. I assume what anger whispered to Qatar was. Let's just it'll be like we're bending, but without the bending and that's how they knew all of their choreography. Maybe I don't know, but it was great. It was amazing and I'm still not sure if I'm shipping. But. It was very very charming. I am worried however. And missile maybe allow us to segue into the one if we want to. It sure does seem like they're leaving a trail of bending things that aren't fire behind them because we see One of Ang's classmates watches tough close up the cave behind them and then obviously there's water bending and air bending both in the next episode so so I have. Have some concerns about Their stealth particularly, Sokka who likes to apparently just yell about how they're going to take on the earth. nerve started the fire. King Fire Lord knows I, but yeah, but I'm still just generally very delighted. Meridian is awesome. Flip slow flips unlike it had been is gonNA fall off. What are you doing? Don't flip upside down. But it was very cool, apparently, the dance of The traditional dances they were doing is based on kept era which. The cool. That's we can -pedia says and wikipedia would never be wrong. I'm sure sure we all know. Keenan says on the one hand. This is so condescending. The avatar shouldn't be school, but on the other hand Oh. Yes, he should. He is a child. He should play with friends. Absolutely, Diego says favorite animal camel. Often Kim elephant caliphat mentioned not shown but I. Hope we see at some time. Also I love the update a design with fire nation outfits. They look cool. They definitely do that then musical catchy to like the the whole vibe of the dance. Party was pretty great. Yeah it is Sapphire fire previously known as Keenan. Caldwell notes that my voice sock looks bad ass and one of the things I really like about this redesigns for everyone in terms of costuming. Is that Sokha's hair on his side's grown out, so it's no longer shaved like it was the first two seasons, so it's more aligned with like he's maybe matured into like. Cultural. Of manhood everything within the water tribe so I, really like that and speaking of. Animals we like to campell fans. which hurt enemies, birds, their enemies. But also very, but there are also very cute, and then we have a cow buffalo. Oh, I, don't know what that Bovine Creature was. But it was a very large. Cower some kind hippo cal. That's what it was. Marcus, thank you. It was a hippo cal. Yeah, which I love. Animals cute. Animals Love Sokha. And he begrudgingly accepts. It is a fun runner. Hope that continues. do we have a second? I was like we do need to talk a little bit before we go to the painted lady, which has never be plot. Do need to talk about the be plot in the headband and Zuko and you're so beautiful when you hate the world. Zuko in May Yup Yup they are delightful together. They're just so perfectly matched for a teen like so it's like it's very good I very much here for it. and of course we get are seen with with IRA and just like. Oh Man, if If it, wasn't it? Wasn't rotting in jail. It would be hilarious because it's just so Zuko dealing with a lot, but he's just doing it. In the most stereotypical angsty teen way that I had to keep reminding myself that it is very like legit the stuff that he's dealing with like. There's a serious like years of abuse and trauma and neglect like that's where he's coming from. So it's not it shouldn't be funny to me when he's being so stereotypically angsty. KINA says IRAS breaking my Damn Heart India. Says I still held a slight sliver of hope that there was double cross cutting with IRA, but no. No. I'll where yeah with IRO and Zuko. He's not mad. He's just disappointed. God it's it's just it's really good animation, because like Sapphire fire, aching and Iro is just breaking my heart, and you can what it's like Zuko is attempting. All of the things that normally work because that is how he has learned to cope. Only it doesn't matter how troubled you're you are. There are some things that you just can't do to the peoples that people that you love and I'm sure that eventually I rose going to forgive him, and we're going to get back on the Zuko. Redemption are train, but I appreciate that there are real consequences in the IRO is making those clear, and you know and healing himself an being sad and prison it's. Just it's very sad. And as remains the worst. Yup It is no well? Our second episode is the painted lady and. I two things that stick a stuck out to me about this one first of all talk on, let's. Her. Malaria's. That happened way too quick. I was like is Steven around there kissing things like what's happening. This is way too fast. It would take so long for that river. Yes, restored sof just, but it's a happy ending though lived. We're GONNA take it, 'cause you know the world is doomed right now. so does take the win on the other thing is it was so cool to get this kind of Qatar centric episode, and to watch her just be bad ass, and to be so clear in her convictions, and what like who she wants to be and. What she's willing to do, and then also just to see how she decides to do that. To like I wouldn't have assumed Qatar. We'll go for stealth, but you know this. The does have the feel of like. My big. Brother is no. Is this better? Ask for forgiveness than permission because he will say no so I thought that that was a that was an interesting, but very in character. A choice for her I really liked. The design of the painted lady and watching her embrace that. Flowed over the water. The I'm not quite sure how she does that with just water vending, but it's very cool. It is very cool. Yeah! I was trying to think of the physics I mean gas like the wave. Yeah, I got nothing. I would be terrible water, but it is very cool. One of the things that I loved about this one is it's just the it is on the surface, a pretty straightforward story in that. Team Avatar comes into conflict about how much they should be engaging with individual problems when there's a big problem and that's the story and is what they're dealing with, but then they manage to fold in issues a flake. Is it right for Tara. To take advantage of this. Piece of mythology of this belief in order to achieve her ends, and in doing so, is she opening them up to further attack? And what happens when you don't talk to the people that you're trying to help about what it is they need and I'd like. It just got into a whole bunch of really complicated little issues in a very simple straightforward way. It's on the surface. It's so simple and there's so much going on underneath it to that was one of the things that really struck me once. Qatar is outed the sort of reversal, and then the reversal of the reversal I thought was really effective and watching how? Sokha the other thing was watching her soccer and and tough, all individually reacted to what was happening and their responses being. Different levels of surprising. I loved the idea that and was just immediately on board. I think I think that's really in character, and really in keeping with who he is and what he believes in. We know that he doesn't like wise, but on the other hand. This is obviously a thing that they should be doing. He would think it was so cool that she was a superhero and then Sokha being so frustrated, but at the end of the day. This is his sister, and of course he's going to help. I thought was wonderful and then I. I just I really hope that up liked those fears. A keenan and Marcus, both said She's making ice like surfboards or skating like little pads vice that she's then propelling that she's a harassing. You don't see it, but it's just under the water, and so that's how it looks like she's floating. Which I would have thought of that, but yes, that make sense well then thank you Scotty says in that way. like about what you're saying in. This episode is Grub answer to the the great divide. The town that angry till the fairy tale of their history to you swear, it's like a similar. You know stepping in adopting the mythology of this group of people and then. going from the? Adjusting that in a way, that isn't necessarily appropriate, culturally but. Out of a sense of the greater good in the so this starts with that and then explores a lot more deaths, so yeah, a Diego says color coded schedule is great. He's such a Nerd I love it. I also yeah. I love a binder I have a whole bookshop here. Full of coq color-coded binders and everything. So I'm all here for that, and then also just like the notion like we couldn't possibly have a bathroom break and the lunch break at the same time. That's ridiculous. Someone has not been on road trips with their family. Growing up my extended family are all in Wisconsin, so it was like five hours in the car at least every other weekend so yeah like the notion and like. Using a Multiday car trips to get to family vacations things where it's like. We we will, we will stop for a potty. Break as markets points out that he says when we absolutely have not before, so it's speak now like I I thought it was super superfund and brand, and yet they see this is why they need. Sokha, because otherwise would never get where they need to be on time. No, what? What did you take away from the painted lady this time well I. I really latched onto the same thing that I did about what what is our? What is our mission here for? The group is helping the entire world. Is it helping this one town? Can't be both because like in my brain, it's like Oh, well if we sabotage this factory that's producing metal for the for the war effort. That doesn't help the war effort to a certain degree, and that argument isn't made, but it's in my brain of like while I was watching that I was just like. This is a really good counterargument. Everything sock is saying is that this helps the war effort if we get away and hang on one second. Now Shoe so. The other thing that I really really liked though is just I love their whole? Okay? We're GONNA fight. The Little Self Defense Force that shows up to rate the town and destroy it. And just everything about that statements I think is just amazing down to the little kids doing poltergeist ask, she's combing. Like it's so good, but then like during the bellowing with OPPA, with the rhythmic things of the earth, bending with the columns, it's just it's really delightful, and it's generally spooky and I've really like it. It's just it's really it's really good. It's really thoughtful and again they're presenting these kind of complicated concepts of what does it mean to fight a war and who refining it for? In really accessible ways that refused to talk down to their audience, and it's just really fun watching a show. Do that still End They managed to save the actual paintings lady by getting the river plane up somehow miraculously so quickly. We also all of us because those fish were like it thinking about the image headed fish orange. Right now are the clans whose Yes very effectively very very well. You know what occurs to me is. In addition to the fact that they both have these lovely eighties pop culture images the first one is an argument for the power of dance, and the second one is an argument for the power, theater? Yes. Which is really cool? 'cause when I was watching I was like I. Don't know how they're doing this, but obviously Qatar doesn't have big giants, terrifying feet, so the glimpse behind the scenes at looking at the stagecraft was such a delight. Just really wonderful, so yeah, so thank you, Avatar for supporting the arts. Yeah definitely so much fun do we? Let's talk briefly about docking shoe. And what was your third brother? Get otherwise would have changed over to it by now, but I can't remember his name. It's the guy who really loves cleaning up rivers though. Yeah. He's all about cleaning up rivers delightful. Bucci, yeah, something like that I feel like yeah. Yeah Yeah! Super Fun very like. The kooky friendly towns person that's a character type ray before I thought this was a an entertaining addition to that that long long history of that character type and with enough I like the reactions from the team right like the an appropriate amount of your own, but you're not, but you are the same. You didn't even leave our sights. When you changed your hat, you know. That that was just absolutely driving some of them, bunkers than the other ones were just like. Okay sorry, dot, yet, DOC! Can you help us, or is it it shoe? Let's just do that I. I thought it was a good blend of of reaction I appreciate the through line of all the towns. These kids go to or just weird. Even in the fire nation. All the towns are reared. Except for the you know the one in the headband, which seems like just a very standard fire nation. City. But this towns Do we have any final thoughts on the painted lady that their character design was so cool because we've seen several different spirits, I've forgotten exactly what the characters I was but I was thinking because they've already seen. You know you guys anticipated. The painted lady could refer to the Kyoshi. She Warriors Right, so we've already seen some different. Of like painted figures, sells like how are they GONNA? Make this distinct. The absolutely did. Yeah, it and seeing how Qatar interpreted the The statue that we see of her was really you could. And then, especially, when we actually see the painted lady that they're able to save beautiful. looking at sort of all of the different versions and That she managed to recreate that using the things that are just around. Her was really neat. Yeah. Death rate design. one thing I. Do want to ask you. going forward is that I want to see if anyone anyone picks up on? Something about the fire nation like domestic defense force. The Little White Patrol folks that we've seen in both of these episodes and safety pick up on trend. That kind of is baked into then we've already seen enough of it in these two episodes for to be visible but I'm really curious to see if anyone else picks up on it. I haven't yet yeah. Bunch. On the alert. Okay okay. We'll return to that I. would've said something sooner, but I forgot that they start that just like in the headband. Really really quickly, so are they all the my cabbages guy? No, they're not all the my cabbages guy. To Ben Yeah I. Know It is too bad. Marcus says that the lady was very Tim Burton esque and I think that's an interesting parallel to draw. Yeah, Nice plenty of spooky. Connections there. Like like you're saying in the theater of it all the final like showdown, whatever it's so fun and just seeing the the team. Obviously, yes, it's very serious things for the people who live in this town, if the dramatic change to their life, but on the scale of the things that they're dealing with are now the sexually something small. This is something that's manageable and comparatively easy for them like with. With everything in the world right now I get particularly frustrated when. People, but also like more specifically, the people who are supposed to be in charge of things act like certain issues that were facing as a local community or Country are hard because some things are really complicated heart and some things are not wear. A mask is in hard. This is an easy one so so having. Getting to watch them. To get a win and get an easy one that they can just do. They decide to spend the time if they decide that they are able to spend the time Washington. This is something concrete. We can hold onto that we can. We can act. Absolutely help is just really satisfying. Got He says I don't mean to be an Asshole, but watching avatar stage the painted lady spirit in scare, the fire nation I thought Lucifer could never. Mean they they did. They did make for the worst neighbor ever remember him welding. There was a wealth. Of I was I was sitting outside writing up saying this morning and it was like nine. Oh, two in someone was doing something with a saw on middle. Next door to me and I thought of you know no, you've got someone in behind our house. That normally starts up around eight. For some reason. It's just like I just want to die sometimes so. This guy says all the time we spent trying to figure absolutely boneheaded plots of Lucifer and we instead an his dad. We had this gorgeous and create flooding. Kids shows, man could shows. Speaking of we already have our plan for what we're going to watch after we finish Avatar, it's all of murder. She wrote. Available now he's all talk seasons. Marcus I do Miss Future President of March trixie, yes. But so we have, so we will announce that when we get closer to the end of Avatar, but I have been pondering like depend. Depend on, keep doing streaming in place. What will we do after? We Finish Avatar, and this next thing and Lucifer, and what's after that and I don't know if you guys are up from where kids shows, but there are several that are very good. That I'm confident Alison hasn't seen. But Tom would enjoy Have you have you guys? All seen gravity falls nope. I was assuming you're GONNA say Stephen. Well Yeah, but we've all seen. Stephen and Welty I haven't seen all Stephen I. Know that's on you, but she hasn't seen any adventure time. Not Yeah so there's there's some there's some good potential in this vein. If we're up for it in the future anyway, so listeners let us know how you feel about that. If you have any suggestions, but for right now, let's have a conversation about about these episodes. If you have any final thoughts, please drop them in the chat but Alison. Our next two episodes are episodes of four and five to four his sofas, master and upset. Five is the beach so any? Predictions. Okay Sokha's master. I assume we're GONNA meet some. Kind of really bad ass, capable soldier and tactician. So. That sock gets to train the way that guitar and and have trained. That it's a pretty boring guest, but I'll stick with it and then the beach I assume is A. Big Budget. Box Office. Behemoth then totally flops. During hot! Alison very dean hot to Cap Prieto. Marcus says I'm guessing probably not saving private Ryan Detail Bosch God. I hoped not. No I wonder if. I wonder if maybe. They get stuck somehow. On a on a beach? I! Don't I don't know there's somehow like oppa sees a cue bird and chases. Stuck on a beach for awhile forced vacation. I really liked both of these episodes. Sokha's master I think is a really good upset at the beach is one of my favorite episodes in season three. ooh, cool I'm so excited. For reasons, I will enumerate tomorrow because it takes a convention that I really liked and then just goes. Yeah. Okay, here's how this is GonNa work so I really enjoy the beach. So all my. Time loop La. Timeline time loop time. Loop it not episode because it's animated. It's not time of Damn. Okay ruin dinner. Party ruined inter-party ruined in its palm, springs or anything else palm springs by the way listeners. I enjoyed it. It's very good. Yeah for the Beach I. Actually thought there was. There was like I don't know if she's GonNa Guess this one, but this is definitely the kind of thing I could see allison guessing an absolute right so I won't say whether you have or not, and we'll find out tomorrow so. Mark. Very nice. so that will ever per conversation for today and we'll be back tomorrow. Thank you everyone for listening. Thank you. Scotty and Keenan slash software, fire and Mark India for hanging out in the zoom and we be back tomorrow. Rain.

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Ghost With Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Amanda Dobbins

The Rewatchables

00:00 sec | 4 months ago

Ghost With Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Amanda Dobbins

"The rewatch ables is brought to you by movie called American pickle. It Stars Seth Rogan his nineteen twenties, factory, worker, Herschel, Greenbaum and his great grandson Ben Yeah. He plays both when Hershel falls into a VAT of pickles. His perfectly preserved for one hundred years. And emerges in present day. Brooklyn an American pickle tells uniquely heartwarming story of Herschel and Ben as they learn. The meaning of family stream the new Max original, American pickle August sixth only on Hbo Max Rated PG. Thirteen were also brought to you by the Ringer podcast network where you should keep an eye on a bunch of announcements that we're. GonNa have over the next two weeks. The ringer NBA shows ramping back up because the NBA has coming this weekend that includes my podcast going back to three podcast weekend Ryen. RUSSILLO will be jumping in as well so if you love the. NBA Go check us out there. Don't forget to check out. The big picture was sean fantasy. Come Up. By Trade Ghost is next. Oh Good. Experience to share. A movie to remember Ghost? Believe. All, right all star cast today. By longtime co worker friend and Rewatch ables companion Chris. Ryan is here. Bill get off, my tree makes it sound like we're doing unstoppable. Special Guests Amanda Dobbins You said you cried multiple times. This movie is that true? It is true, and in fact I watched the ending twice and cried both times, so a lot of emotions and sexual innuendo to discuss here. There's outwardly hilarious innuendo scenes in here. There's some sad scenes. There's some great special effects and I think the thing that shocked me. The most is how gosh darn rewatch -able. This movie is thirty years later. Once you get past a little some of the data stuff. It's cast perfectly. The thing that shocked me. This movie was a monster. This was the number one movie in Nineteen Idea Babe over five, hundred, billion worldwide. It beat pretty women and home alone in nineteen ninety, it got nominated for an Oscar it one Whoopi Goldberg Nascar Chris, did you? Do you remember this happening in the at the time? Yes, because I remember this as the greatest date movie of all time. And this was the movie that I went to on my first date. Are you serious. Yes. In nineteen ninety I I'd. This was a first date was not like dressing up in Parker. Lewis can't lose Rayon shirt and slow dancing with somebody at a school dance. This was the first time I got. Twenty bucks or whatever it was. It was like ten and got take a girl to move. I think we went with a couple of other quote. Unquote couples. And we talk a lot of this is about movies that need to be seen in the theater. Because of their spectacle like armageddon you got you had to see your like even jaws like you gotta see jaws in the theater because you get to see the Vista the whole horizon of the ocean. There's something about there was something about seeing ghosts in a movie theater in the dark, maybe with somebody who you were interested in Romantically. And that Damn Song playing that was absolutely magical, and I think that's why people kept going back to it over and over again, this was like. Buying the WHO'd in the bluefish record six times back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, the only way this movie makes half a billion dollars is by people going over and over and over again. There's a lot to that Amanda. Is The date movie dead? Yes I there's nothing that inspires this level of romance and crying, but also comedy, but also there's a there's a the theft slash heist plot somehow in this and a lot of action scenes all at once. It's something for everything movie that also at the end of the day reminds you that you just want to be in the dark, listening to unchained melody with someone that you like. I started dating my college girlfriend of three years in the fall, eighty nine, so nineteen, ninety special soft spot for because I feel like half of the dates wherever had was just going to a movie especially during the summers like she was living at her. Parents House. and. You know it's like a chance to just get away for a few hours. Maybe have little dinner after and Kinda. Just what you did in nineteen ninety so I I was looking at all the movies that came out this year. Pretty woman was another one. I remember going to both of those on dates, but you talked about how this movie just stayed out. So, it comes out the weekend of July thirteen to fifteen th, which so it's a thirtieth anniversary this? It is still in the box office. Bake make another five million on Columbus Day, and if you look at the arc of it, it's basically twelve million twelve million eleven million, ten million by the week all the way through the summer. It's in the feeders for four months Chris, Wendy, the stop happening were movies were just in the theater for four months. This was like last fifteen years. Maybe I think whenever it was I mean when when the emphasis became on opening weekend box office which I don't really know when that was. But there used to be a time where it was like something we talked about this back to the future, whereas like back to the future was just in movie theaters for like a year, and that was one of six things. You could watch back to the future the news. Affiliates game or back to the future that was like all we had, so. We go to these same things over and over again. I, think you know a titanic must have had a huge opening weekend, but titanic was the last movie. I remember being in theaters for that long. Di Grew that you grew that. Amanda, I, do you anti-tank had the same? You gotta go back and see it again because you're invested. In the Love Triangle, aspect titanic movie I saw in Theaters Ghost. I, I was not old enough to see it in theaters or to go on a date. Sadly, so ghost instead lived on for me I really feel like I was giving ghost. Ghost and dirty dancing on VHS simultaneously, and it was just like here. You're ten years old and you need to know about Patrick Swayze, and you need to know about romance and movies and sex in movies, and then you need to have the similar connection to Patrick swayze in these two movies that I think a lot of people a generation. My generation did for Leonardo DiCaprio in titanic, but that that that young like investment in the romance story in the Romantic lead is definitely part of ghost why I remember in college, so the VCR, via just thing fully comes into its own late eighties, but then early nineties. Everybody in had one in their room. And you could always kind of get a feel for somebody by the six or seven movies they had. On vhs. And if if you went into pretty much any girl in my dorm. Rumor their off campus house, whatever there were like a couple of staples right when Harry met, Sally was always there. Ghost was always there and dirty dancing. Those are the big three, and it was almost like it was almost a ninety five percent chance. You'RE GONNA see three, the three two of the three, and and this is one of those days we talked we call. Call this rewatch ables. This was a really re watchable moving. I've noticed that over the years when he's trying to when he starts following Willie Lopez around stuff like that. It's just really big for our his trying to convince Whoopi Goldberg that he's real There's some really really good stuff in this movie, but one of the keys is Patrick, swayze, who has this run? swayze eighty seven to ninety one. He goes dirty dancing. Roadhouse next of kin ghost and point break. I don't know if it's the greatest five in a five year span ever Chris, but. It's it's way up there. I contact be. Deniro has a couple in their. Tom Hanks. Has a couple of movies a backpack. If you'RE GONNA take five movies from five year span that hit a whole bunch of things you know you basically have everything you'd want in there other than the over the top drama, but. The swayze he did feel a little one hit. Wonder to some degree until this movie and then I felt like with this movie. This is when he became the a plus lister. Yet. Next of kin roadhouse are a little bit separate, but one thing that those movies. Mostly all have in common is the way in which swayze's able to be hyper, athletic and hypersensitive at the same time, which was not something, many movie stars shared, and I can see Amanda agrees with me. Well. You could be a bar bouncer and then the love of somebody's life in back to back movies in pull that off with. The love Kelly Lynch's life in roadhouse. Yes, sure, what's the? What's the list of of mail? A list actors who guys would feel totally fine with hanging out and girls would wanNA marry for the rest of their life. It's not. It's not a list. That's double figures I. Don't think, is it Amanda? How many how many people is that exactly? Is Kevin Costner on that list. I think Kevin Costner is another great era specific example of it like I, think they patrick swayze run is the perfect eighty seven to nine, hundred, ninety two. Era and Costner is of that mold. It's interesting that you say people would want to marry Patrick swayze and Okay I. do think that he would make a great partner, and that's a lot of his appeal in Ghost is that he is sensitive and you you you trust him. You want to be around him. But I wouldn't say that that is the number. One appeal that Patrick swayze is into the. Targeting yeah, I just like been reflecting a lot on how much I learned about sex from Patrick swayze and I. Think it's just a function of when those movies were given to me. But if you watch dirty dancing as as a ten year old, and you're trying to learn about the how the body news and what's being implied on the screen I. Really Don't think that you can find a better example than Patrick swayze and that it really carries on at least in the first twenty minutes of Ghost. They are really playing on the fact that there is a certain sexual charisma that I found very educational. It starts with the outsiders with them. Because, you have all of this handsome young actors in the same movie, and he has the most charisma evolve them. And it, and by the time it finally really happened for him in a big way, dirty dancing. There is a five-year run there where he's in a bunch of movies. He's read Don things like that? But it hadn't totally happened, and then dirty dancing was a phenomenon and kind of a hard movie to explain like daughter who liked it was also like that girl seventeen. Yeah, what's going on here? What's what's with this fifteen minute abortion so plot There's some really dated stuff for them movie. But at the same time it was a phenomenon like ghost was so swayze's in two. I would say the of the five romantic phenomenon movies of an entire generation. Yeah! which is pretty hard to do, and is also an action star at the same time and was really good snl host. Is The nice run. I don't know really why it ended. I don't have a lot of answers for that. He made that to want food movie and the wheels. Just kind of came off and I don't know whether we had just. SWAYZE's one of those actors where it was only supposed to be like a five six year run, you know we see that with actresses too sometimes where it's kind of you know what you're getting after five movies and there's nowhere else to go I. Don't know I think a lot. It was built into his his. His athleticism and his ballot check kind of movement through a frame, and that had a lot to do with kind of as chairman mean even point break he's. He's still like such a nimble like weird like physical presence in that movie so as he got older. Maybe if that stuff was a little bit harder for him, I mean obviously his his life so so tragically short, but. I think that that was part of what it was. It was almost like this lightning in a bottle like even watching him go up and down stairs and ghost. You're just like wow, this guy's a gene gene, Kelly or something. What about that part? When he swings from the window to grab the thing, they're lifted up through the window and he just. Create its I. It's totally swayze Tom Cruise had done that he would have been studying how to do it for five weeks, and it would have been this very tom cruise robotic athletic, but swayze you kind of feel like he almost improv that there, would you. Your your crash out. There's a physicality to him. That was just different. Yeah at just a real physicality and come on bill of you seem dirty dancing. Recently I watch I'm a grown woman, and was just blushing I hope. My husband does not come in this room because I'm having some time with myself and watching Patrick, swayze move and you know that physicality does lend him to like being action star, but think dirty dancing is an anomaly, and that it's just like a great dance movie that somehow we all saw. It was not supposed. Supposed to be the hit and the classic that it was, and then ghost is a great example of using his physicality and his action star in service of ultimately love story, but they just don't make as many of those genre blend movies anymore, and so he kind of gets lost. If you're just making him in action star, then you're not really playing to the type of physicality that is speaking me Amanda Dobbins if you catch my drift, who has Patrick swayze now? I would say closest as channing tatum. Who is also a dancer and has a real physicality and kind of like the tough guy not. Not the most voluble of individuals better real charm, and you want to spend time with him and has done dance movies, and Romance and also drama producer. Craig Things Gosling I. think that's a good one to you not to spoil future categories, but I had gossiping has the same appeal when he's on screen I, just kind of uncomfortable and don't really WanNa talk, and just kind of want to sit and watch it happen, and he doesn't really have to talk either. He can be there and it's great I was GONNA say Jason Statham What? Referred Second So nineteen ninety was the secretly really. Fun Popcorn movie here. And there's a lot going on, too. Because just in general being a movie, Fan was really fun that you're. We've talked about a little on this podcast before, but that's one premier magazine is really taken off. That's when Goldman's reading. His New York magazine columns. That's when is entertainment weekly is at going yet. It is right. Yeah, so. And there's a whole it. We're not in that sequel. Comic Book Stretched Air So the number to movie that year ghost was one pretty woman was to. What is? Home alone three. And then you go teenage mutant Ninja Ninja Turtles these are all the movies that made over one hundred million that you're. The hunt for Red October total recall die hard to. driving Miss Daisy Dick, tracy and then back to the future part three, but then. There's this whole other group of fun movie presumed Innocent flatliners dance with wolves came out that year. the war of the roses hard to kill marked for death, tango and Cash Steel Magnolias it just kind of goes on and on it. It's the movie year. You know the kind of over here that that made us all really like movies, and that just doesn't really happen in the same way anymore. We just had these forty wholly original Pacific Heights came out there just watched that movie with the exception of Ninja Turtles. That's like what a great movie star year, Yeah. Cop. That's another one. That I mentioned Goodfellas Joe versus the volcano that was hanks Not having totally figured out hanks, being hanks yet Chris's favourite exorcists, three three eternal affairs at dark horse to be a rewatch -able at some point. The freshman came out that year Christmas vacation, so it was just it was a loaded year, and somehow ghost and pretty woman a Senate of IT Amanda. Do you think? See, take when Harry met side of the year before and then you take ghost and pretty woman. Is this the birth of? Realizing that romance was. An actual monster office. Thank for them potentially. Yes, absolutely, and I think it's probably more pretty woman and ghost than you know when Harry met Sally. Is the quote like birth of the modern ROM com, as we talked about on the watchable and it definitely every single strict Rom. Com owes a debt to that movie, but this is when I think people. People realize Oh with a love story. You can get a all the audiences and female audiences, especially to the movie theaters, and I like I had forgotten that ghost was this Juggernaut, but in a lot of ways it is the titanic of its of its decade, and certainly it's hard to imagine titanic happening without ghost making as much money as it did. Yeah I was GONNA ask because the one thing about ghosts and titanic the different. It's different than pretty woman or Harry met. Sally is when you add that level of tragedy into the mix. If you can get a little bit of tragedy going with the Romance, that is a very potent. Like chemical reaction. If you can do it right because like it's totally different like I think I remember kind of when Harry met Sally. Just sorta going over my head. The first time I saw it because I. You know I had never. Been in have like adult relationship at that time, but ghost. You're just like I get it i. get that this is about a love that transcends you know this mortal coil and. Kind of move into that area like you is a pre universal appeal. It's also one of those movies that the couple is so in love. And, it's such a good relationship. You kind of look at whoever you're sitting next to and like. Really have this. Raven forty percent there yeah. We're. Would you. Would you be piloting for me well after death like Demi Moore? Does this movie speaking of Demi Moore? Another key crucial component of this movie. She's ice cold when this movie gets paid, she's coming off a four year. Stretch of that includes wisdom. The seven signed Jack Kinda like me to and and we're no angels, and the only thing she really does over that second half of the eighty s other than clean up our act. She Barriers Bruce Willis. And they become. A quote, UNQUOTE, red hot celebrity couple only she doesn't have the movie career to go along with all the magazine covers all the stuff they're getting. This movie comes out and she becomes an a plus star. A year later poses nude and pregnant for vanity, fair. which I think was probably the. Probably. The most iconic magazine covered that I can remember the last thirty years right. Is there one bigger than that? I for me now I think especially in terms of what celebrity covers and definitely kind of cements bent that Arab Vanity Fair Yeah I. Think all things considered probably the most important magazine cover, and really kind of cemented Vanity Fair strategy of having. You know celebrities on covers in provocative ways that drove conversation. Even have to read the piece. The only petition would be that sports illustrated cover with the Lakers. Dwight Howard and Steve Nash Yeah this is GonNa. Be Fun! Yeah that's it so two in the finals and she becomes a massive star after that but I think all I'm older than you guys, but always like Chris and I talked about in this almost fire like she. She's probably the most winning performance in that movie, and it was one of those things you're always rooting for then go. She cuts her hair. How do we feel about the haircut all these years later? So pro! It's I. Think it's an essential awhile Chris's. I'm shaking my head because I'm. One hundred percent there with you in this is an essential part of the movie and the ninety s and I. Think also it would. Because it's new for the movie. It kinda reintroduces her as Demi Moore, go. Can you imagine if she looked in this movie? As she looked in every single other movie anger hair, it would make any sense and you know there's their screen shots of her with just a single tear rolling down each cheek have kind of become iconic and our memes now at at this point, but it would be very. You know instantly that it's ghost because of the haircut, and it would be weird with the long hair I would say that Demi Moore in this movie, not only with the hair, but with the crying found her like me Outta Rivera color like she was like. Oh! I can do this better than anyone has ever done anything and when she drops the waterworks at the end this movie. I defy you feel something I like you are dead inside. I wish fantasy was here so that we could find out how dead fantasy wasn't inside what he sees Demi Moore cry. That's why we didn't invite him. 'cause he's dead inside. He can see all the ghosts of the movie. I knew Demi. Moore had this in her from Saint. omos fired the famous billy. Hicks, you break my heart then again you break everyone insane. She just goes to a whole other place. Act like Oh. There's something here. I found out of the research? One of her great talents for this movie that they exploited is she can cry and command, and the tears can come out at different times for me. which I haven't really seen ever, the right is going, and then the left I. Second laters. Some tears find out of air, and then it goes back like she. She's ambidextrous with the crying which I think is. A switch hitter I as speechless. Yeah I. I'm trying to think about how you actually learn that you can do that, you know. From pain and agony. Base their training involved? Or is that just just one of the great gifts that has been given to her well? It's essential in this movie. because. She's a great cryer. We've seen I think. Criers and screamers are two things we take for granted and movies, especially in horror movies, really hard to find good screamers like people that they actually really seem scared and a blood-curdling way and thing for criers. If somebody could just rip it off like McConnell, hey at the end of time to kill. His speech Ya. He's a good. Here's a common down. He's going in interstellar to when he sees the videos of his family, and he just lets it go like he can, he can. He can get into it if you if you could sneak cry like that as an actor, it's a pretty big weapon. I think to me more. Crying is also important because it's really the only thing she gets to do in this movie like she gets to do one important piece of artwork which. Which I hope we'll talk about a great length, and then otherwise primarily. She's just there to react and look confused and cry, but she's so good at crying and so good at emoting it that it's like well. Why would she do anything else? Just let her do this. Stand in for everyone, and it really is as Chris said the reason a movie works is because she is such a motive, excellent crier, and just does it for two hours. At some point. You start crying, too. Amanda great influential haircuts. The nineties Demi Moore Ghost George Clooney when he did that. What was that one called when he kind of went to short crew cut, but it was comb. Forward this Caesar. Yeah, the Caesar sure. Yeah analyst in friends. With the the Rachel. Then's really the top three random I leaving anything out, I think you gotta add in when Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Pitt had matching haircuts, and they were also engaged and looked like each other kind of the which is really. It's a blind variation on the Demi Moore. If we're being honest, but I think that was important. Also important because the best man in my wedding, Jeff Gallo his wife Susie. That was when she unveiled her theory. That famous celebrities lake and are attracted to people who look like themselves. and. She was like and this was the crystallization of that. When Gwyneth, Paltrow Brad Pitt decided to look like non identical twins. And she was I this. Is this celebrities wannabe with people who look like them? It's great theory. Don't you feel like it's true that most couples start looking like each other as they stay together, definitely start dressing like each other. I think that's true. Yeah I think that's fair I. Think also there's there was also like that period of time where it depends on whether or not fashion is. Not, in drowsiness, but like is kind of like men's fashion and women's fashion kind of intertwined for a while. They're in the nineties as well. My last thing before we get to the Oscar stuff in the categories. CRAG hit record on this for social media breakout I can't do much better in this topic. This movie comes the closest to what I feel like going to. Heaven or Hell is actually like of any movie I've seen I think it's really this simple. Despite the dumbest thing I've ever heard on the anti you died. Either there's a late or just creepy guys at bad special effects that shadows come out, and they pull you away as your eyes bulge, and you just go down to the depths of hell, and it's one or the other, and that's what happens, you think ghost sums up the afterlife, the best the of any movie I've seen I just think it's that simple. It's like there's a light. Or there's creepy guys at shadows. and you're just done. In that's it, it's that easy. Older I have so many questions about this so. You think that that's it that after like either the Gremlins take you away or Patrick. swayze walks into the Rainbow Light. That's it is over depends life. You lead okay. Wow, your fear that Carl fucking Gosar coming man those evil shadow Goldsboro. Yeah. That's that's what's at stake. Chris just asked beach. Lewis Chris. You don't like that. You don't like talking about the afterlife. I didn't realize it would make you this openly. Asking you to flatliners as a rewatch like I am I'm ready to go I. Want to find out what's on the other side, but you you. It's definitely not like two dimensional demons that rise out of the shadows sewed and we to hell. How do you know? Do you believe in purgatory? Do I believe in purgatory. Yeah I. Think I'm in it. To growl and. We definitely believe in God. I, believe in says we covered the got down on Kandari arena. Who can we talk about whoopee or what? We're GONNA get there, one second. The screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin. Quote WanNa Tell Ghost story from the ghosts perspective. He was inspired by Hamlet. And the Ghost of hamlet's father saying revenge, my death thought wow. With that look like is the Twentieth Century Movie Somehow Jerry Zucker ends up directing it now. But I was growing up the sucker brothers and David. Abraham's was the other Guy Dave Abrams. Kept his name they made airplane, they made naked gun airplane to. Their comedy guys. So Jerry Zucker was directing ghosts. That's like well. That's weird. This is a patrick. swayze Demi Moore movie about the afterlife wise like the Naked Gun, two guide direct this, but it had a really good job, Demi Moore said. I thought this was either a recipe for disaster. Something really special, really amazing, really an absolute bust. So she was like all in one way or the other, it ended up being huge. It won two Oscars wouldn't the Oscar for best original screenplay Whoopi wins? Whoopi Whoopi and then it gets Oscar nominations for best picture, best original score, best film editing. Chris, Ryan. How do you feel about what he's Oscar? Thirty years later. Deserved I have to look at the WHO she beat, but I was trying to figure this out guys like. What's comp for someone who shows up this league in a movie? And completely takes it over. I can't think of somebody who shows up. It's pretty much the beginning of the second act I guess, but it's it's a bow. Forty minutes in rate when when ODA may shows up, I just can't think of somebody who shows up and just absolutely takes the movie over in this way and it is. Is the absolute change that this movie needs like it's so it's so sad and it's so sappy between Molly and Sam and Ditto and like are they going to? Tony Goldwyn big creep energy coming through in every frame. He's sweating for ninety minutes of this movie, but we'll becomes, comes in, and is just like the perfect amount of comic relief, but stays in the movie like she is not doing bits, and it almost reminds me of Robin Williams and goodwill hunting. That's how. Like to see somebody who's able to do. Yes, I have some lines here and there, but I'm gonNA. Give this movie this incredible emotional core, and be the the the main mode of communication for these two characters is incredible. Well we add the Dan Waiters Award, which is not eligible for because she's in this movie too much, but that's inspired by the NBA somebody comes in off the bench and gets hot. This is more like a midseason trade. Is like the Rasheed Wallace traded two thousand four, where the move is going along during the season then all the sudden, this new force comes into it and completely transforms the movie and I. Think you're right. It's so rare to see somebody come in forty percent into a movie and dominated light that Amanda. I'M GONNA. Give you the category As you know, best, supporting actress can be a mixed bag. There's years when it's an absolute atrocity. There's years when it's really good. This was one of the really good years. Whoopie wins net bet annette benning in the gifters. Lorraine BRACCO Goodfellas Mary McDonnell would dances with wolves which I think. Everybody thought she was GonNa win and then Diane Ladd and wild at heart was our token old person. You need ended career one, but that's about as good as we're GONNA. Get with best supporting actress, right? It is, and I also think it's a best case. Result because you know, we talk a lot about how the Oscar is. Don't acknowledge comedy or comedic performances, and if someone does get nominated for a community performance, which I think you have to argue at that Whoopi Goldberg is is the comedy part of this movie as well as being as. Chris said like the emotional connector and having a nice moment with Sam at the end, but normally if it's. Nice to be nominated and the Oscars for that for the comedic actor or actress, and in this case she actually wins which is Great I. Wish Askar's would do that more often agree. Chris made the key point to. She's not doing a bit. It's not an SNL sketch. Which I think is what eventually happened to her as a movie actress, she's doing. will be as the SNL. Sketch would be as the over the top. Whatever this is a real character I, really like automate Brown and you know it's a good character because they easily could have spun off. no different than like Tommy. Lee Jones in the fugitive when they bill US marshals around him. They could have made the Omay Brown us. Yeah Chris. How did that not happen? They miss that I know there's one thing I. Think the thing that this movie has going for more than almost anything and is the reason why it's a remarkable is. It's no more no less movie. It is just in a perfect little container. If it had gone on for fifteen more minutes if there had been fifteen more minutes of Willie and Carl if there had been fifteen more. More twenty more minutes of bay, or if there had been a sequel, or if had been the further adventures of Oda Mae, and like Sam joins her at some point and they'd venture. This movie is so perfect because it's so perfect, because it just fits right into its lane, so I I think that's why, even though you might be like man. She could have carried her own movie. They. They just had the good sense not to do that. Oscar movie Zaire dances with wolves. One goodfellas lost famously ghost was in there, and then awakenings and godfather part three, just a classic all over the map nineteen. Late eighties early nineties, movie or Kathy Bates one for misery, then best actor. Jeremy. Irons wins as class. Von Bulow Green performance. Koster loses. Deniro loses for awaken as I. Don't know how. You got nominated Gerard Depardieu. Cyrano diversion back and Richard Harrison the field, which is a really good movie. Omitted its ways to get boned over there Japan. Okay with seen swayze in the best actor nominees, or is that taking it too far? What that's tough I think Patrick swayze is under appreciated forever and ever and I also quite frankly think that physicality and charisma of a certain type underrepresented at the Oscars. What Patrick swayze is doing is one of one. We could use a little more sex at the Oscars, but I'm also okay, with Patrick. swayze just being within the universe of Ghost. There's something nice about the fact that it seeing him in this movie without that many other cops beyond that amazing run it's it's still like he's just always there being Sam for you and I. Don't WanNa ruin that magic. The other thing we should mention for you to the categories. How badly this movie could have and probably should have gone. Because we've seen other people, try this kind of movie and it's either. It's usually there. It's a mess or it's bad or in the cases of what dreams may come. Remember, that movie Oh my God. There's been some of those where it's just like. This is the worst movie I've ever seen in my life, and what was that? Kevin Spacey One where his disfigured teacher? Joe? Else pay, pay it forward or pay for yeah, but those those movies that are trying to do good things in the movie, and usually it just goes horribly, and it just doesn't here. It's bad as well as you're GONNA do. Twenty two million dollar budget. Made over five hundred million Roger Ebert two and a half stars. Quote no worse than offender. The most ghost movies I suppose. That a huge fan didn't like the ending. Wow. Ending Whites. That's hard less. Rogers tough fan. If you're not advanced in the characters, he's out. He's e can't manipulate his emotions. He needs character development. He wants to know more probably about Karl Looks Carl's backstory. I also have some questions, Laurent Carl questions. We're GONNA. Take a break, and then we're GONNA do the categories. Let's take a break to talk about an American pickle. It Stars Seth. Rogan Herschel Greenbaum and nineteen twenties. American, immigrant, who is accidentally Brian in Nevada pickles, one hundred years emerging and President New York City. And set the also plays her. She's only surviving relative. His great grandson Ben mild-mannered Computer Kotor, living in Brooklyn from the producers of the disaster. Artists Fifty fifty. An American pickle tells uniquely heartwarming story of two men from different generations. Who must learn the true meaning of family, stream. The new Max original, an American pickle August sixth. On one of my favorite streaming services HBO MAKS. It's only they're rated PG thirteen back to the podcast. All right mostly watchable steen will start with the pottery scene which. Is just that it's really evolved over the years. It's now hilarious. It's still has the same sorta romance to it It's how Phallic and over the top radic. It is almost like. Is this real sins happening? My daughter was like what is going on why they overhead shot were the the thing she's making just honestly just looks like a penis like they're just going for it. I, this shot in which they are both like making the pottery and the overhead shot was just really really upsetting and I'm a grown woman. Now. Phil I said to you before we did this that I thought I learned about Sexual Innuendo from this scene in particular like I. Remember watching this scene and being like you know what else is going on here. They're not just making pottery. This isn't just about ceramics. Yeah, like I've been to art class. It's not really like this thankfully. But then we're watching it as an adult. I it is the most Phallic thing that I've ever seen, and I guess I didn't understand that when I was ten or whatever I saw this, but it's really obvious it's not innuendo. It's just a giant penis that they're shaping and reshaping in an upward I mean even emotions that I'm doing right now. Zuma really inappropriate, and I'm very sorry everybody, but it's just I, think pottery. Assist. It's a good point. It's not even innuendo. That's. Well beyond it. I remember. This is just such. A crucial part of my sexual education and awakening is watching ghost in one, thousand, nine, hundred and be like. So, what's that about? And then in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine, hundred, ninety, two. I saw basic instinct and I was like that's that's about. Against us. The The Pot was not supposed to fall apart. they never was, and it was an ad. Lib just kind. Kept going with it. Kept going with All Parts? It's a famous scene. And then I think it was naked gun three pairing it with they were doing it, and just more and more hands were coming in on the. On the whatever, but and then the song, obviously unchained melody sand in that. Was One of the most revived fifty sixty S. you know a song that had come and gone, and then they just completely redid it think it became a number one hit. Oh, yeah Huge slow dance. Yeah, yeah, so anyway, so we got that one. Sam Gets shot would be my next. Re watchable seem. Funny you got. Do a really nice job and I've seen this movie a bunch of times. You always forget like when he runs after the guy and then looks back and sees himself and. All of that just really good Demi! Moore's really good in that scene, too, but that's it's a very good seen very tense. willy breaks into Molly's apartment. In Sam foils a realizes he could scare the cat and then follows him back. That's I like when he harnesses is guest. WHOSE GOES POWERS No. He's really at that point. He's really he's figured out how to jump through doors. Hop and cars. Good stuff. It also explains a ton about cats because he give. You've ever had cats that they like. You're just sitting there. And they just like takes off like a Bat Outta hell for something, and you're like what the fuck just happened. SWAYZE! Cats know what's going on with the frigging ghosts and the afterlife in there next one is when you mentioned minimum what becomes in the movie forty minutes in that whole saints really good. Trust blacks. Suit. People. What A CROCK OF SHIT! What are you? Are you. You can hear me. Here I don't believe. You you. My name is Sam wheat. Can you hear me Sam? Say My name say leave me alone. Sam We. Say to me automate. Say something. He'll say wait. Really and really shouldn't be good that that should be where the movie falls apart and it doesn't. It just gets better. Josefina Consuegra. whoopie trying to meet Demi Moore's good Minna. Put that honorable mention. Carl. China Seduce Demi Moore now. Life turns on time. People think. that. There's always going to be tomorrow. Chantoiseau. You have to live now. Dumping the coffee on his shirt when he just goes full evil full, he'll. That's some good stuff there and then And, then I have the last two SAM gets. Revenge on Willy Willy goes to hell. And then Carl dies and goes to hell both Halcion's are great. The second one's really funny when they're pulling Tony Goldwyn away the shadows. Closer moves. That's split-second to be like. Is this heaven an? Sam. We're GONNA. Say what's happening good to see you. And then I guess you could have the ending of the kind of freaks me out. Just because of the reality of the emotions, or just because you believe that that's actually what happens when everyone dies snow when he says goodbye to Demi Moore goes on as you know I'm fantasies fully dead? I'm like half dead. It goes on like two minutes to long. I never really tapped in the emotion of it I the special effects are bad, ghostly swayze, the nineteen ninety version. We can put that in what stage the worse, but it's like. Just the s the CGI just is not there yet to pull that seat off, but it still works. It's still emotional. Let me tell you when like the minute that they linger on her face before she says that last time. I mean I can't not cry. That is all time for me. Yeah where are you guys? On Salmon inhabiting. Obeys Body. As as a reward, because I I did some in my research. I saw that that was one thing that a couple of critics like this would have been more effective if it had been Whoopi onscreen and they had done the scene where it's Whoopi and Dancing together and hugging one another I think it's an incredible scene anyway, and it's also like probably my favorite moment, but I forgot on rewatch how that plays out and how the Orlando seen earlier. You're like oh like. This should be Whoopi Goldberg onscreen. Well one problem is. He's way taller than Whoopi Goldberg so they're. Like that just like the physicality of that as always weird to me, but yeah, I think if they make this movie now, which will be a definitely be different of ways. Hundred Percent Whoopi Goldberg stays in that scene I. Don't think they switch over right. I. Think in Nineteen. Ninety America probably wasn't ready for that mean. This was an era when they were afraid to even acknowledge gay characters on TV. Show sure. So yeah, just I'm having a same sex dance kissing I I don't think. I don't think they would have done it nineteen ninety. I think they would do it now. Yeah I agree with that though I do think it it. There would be a significance to having it. Stay in whoopee body, because as we pointed out, it's not something that you would have seen in one thousand, nine hundred, and you honestly don't see it that often in major Hollywood movies now, but I also wonder whether it like the fact of it being like Oh my God it's like whoopie and do me would take away from the. Viewer to focus on anything other. Oh my Gosh! They're doing this and it's important that they're doing this, but then you're not really caught up in the emotion of that the actual last moments between Sam and molly. I think I'm okay with the choice. I think either way works. I think it's just a different movie of. It's not him again. Part of the thing is you want to be reunited. Ed's really the only way it's going to happen. Would you have from US watchable seeing Chris I of the potteries, probably the most iconic I love the ending I love when he jumps into what Bee's body, but actually very very very fond on rewatch of the entire Rita Miller sequence. Them. You've been wondering how they did on the Gibraltar securities. How did you do on the Djibril to securities? The Gibraltar securities well. It looks like we topped out on that. We sure did we sure did I was very useful tip. Rainy Goodall Randy. Got Good old head on his. Show partial her shoulders, Andy. So what? And and just all the like that Randy has a great head on his shoulders her shoulders. The. I I love that whole thing that's like Pete Whoopi doing that whole thing throughout the bank, and it corresponds with with also like absolute all-star level. Performance from gold wouldn't just being coq sweated as you trying to get this money out of your couch? The the bank tower in that. Scene with Whoopi. Who's kind of like what the Hell's going on? It's the same lady from naked gun with a I must kill the queen. I think it's their mom. I think it's the suckers mom Ohau. Not. Be My my other nominee and my woody of Amanda. Chris. Swayze and Goldberg Have Nice Chemistry so anytime that they actually get to have their their buddy moments whether it's like the the bank teller sequence and their battering. It's it's really nice. I enjoy all of those come on I'm doing the pottery saying like I'm doing the pottery. Okay. Would, sage age the best. We talked about Dmitri's Her big haircut for this, so the backstory was, she was cash. She long hair. Did Not tell the director she had cut the hair. showed up on set with the short hair. And they were like what the what the fuck is going on, and then they kinda liked it. And now it became I think one of the key decisions of the movie. Is that a Velika Canoe Demi Moore Anytime. Someone passes through. There's a lot of out just put this as would sage the best. There's a Lotta Unintentional comedy with swayze. There's some soup faces. He's making it the things he does. When he like somebody passes through his body, and he kind of does the convulsing some some either bulges some like some core like you could make a nice two minute video of just the faces he makes. It yeah, yeah, the SWAYZE, super cut of goofy faces. I really liked their apartment as you know I love I love a movie real estate. Stick, great apartment, they speak high ceilings with the little. The upstairs things really nice, actually the reverse conjuring where they find more square footage and it's a good thing, not although I get a bad thing, they do get sort of curse by finding the new square footage, but. Yeah. Amazing Loft. We mentioned. Demore would a great choir she was. Another one stage the best. There was a great snl sketch. Off, this movie with Victoria Jackson when swayze was the guest host where he goes back to hang out with her, and she's just like disgusting, and she's like farting and picking your nose Bali, what are you doing? It's really good. It's it's. It's probably online, but it's our. Four minutes of him, just being like not realizing all the terrible things she had going Okay Tony Goldwyn for what stage the best pile, so he was so good, so coke sweaty, so evil and unlikable in this movie and so memorable, that actually could hurt his career. It was hard to, and it's a credit to how big this movie became. It was almost hard to disassociate. Tony Goldwyn with the actor and he's even talked about it in subsequent years about people. Would you be in an airport in? Somebody would be like stink. I M COSC- was the guy ghosts like he was the real person, and it really wasn't until scandal, a good twenty plus years later when he's the president when he was able to kind of really Tony Goldwyn, had it solid career, but I almost feel like. This performance was so good and so disdained a Kinda hurt him for the rest of the nineties or do I just like him too much guys think. No I. think that's right. I mean he definitely also shows up in these kind of smarmy rich guy roles that you don't trust for the next. However many years I watched the Pelican brief recently, and that's A. That's Tony Goldwyn as the aid to the president. Great by the way And I I agree with you that for a long time. People are just like no. That's the bad guy from ghost. I think scandal really did reinvent him. I do think there's a world in which he could have been. A lead actor like a good guy and a movie. Oh, sure. We'll. Play Sam I mean he might not be the dancer, but he's like it when in the beginning of that movie, where they're just like neither of them are wearing shirts. They're doing demo on the on the apartment. You know yeah man like he's. He's pretty fit like he's pretty fit like go looking guy. He could be a movie star. They do a nice job of upon re watches of setting him up in the first twenty five minutes with Sam. We're okay. I know can help you with that account since I gotta six so. Molly, do today going to theater oh? Yeah? What theater. What block you guys might be walking down afterward the one on seventy second. Fifth Street, but yeah, he's good. He's so smarmy. He's such a good piece of shit. That guy and you really do feel betrayed for swayze. For, what age the best anything else? I just have the concept of like a non spooky ghost. I just the whole premise of this movie that someone lives on, and is just hanging around and talking with you, but it's not haunted house situation, and we're not in the conjuring and not Harry Potter or whatever it's just someone who has some unfinished business, and you need to chat and some work things out, and then you move on has become a real pop cultural force, and that's because of because of ghost. Chris anything else I would say so as a cinematic backdrop as a landscape. After hours as well the Scorsese movie, which is set in and around like Tribeca and Soho in this area so I think that that apartment that they get is suppose I think it's like canal and Broadway or just south of Broadway on Canal and. I think I even know that building and that it's just a a really cool, because it does empty out after business hours and becomes. This goes down. What's age the worst? The opening credits are terrible. The. CGI special effects are very nineteen ninety s Chaman. If, they were going to re release this movie I think they would probably do. The George Lucas and gently fixed couple of things. The. The old work computers. When say Sam's handling? Fourteen million dollar accounts on these green dot just seems like the easiest thing ever to hack. Yeah, shocked that the money's missing. It's like yeah, 'cause you're on the worst computer of all time. There's just funny to see. Those finer brought me back to Boston. Herald days there's a long Arsenio Hall Cameo that just as that age will I had this one Carl. and Sam thinking it's Hilarious to pretend to be sick and continue on November. Has Not h well. I was like. Oh, no, somebody do that now. They're probably get arrested. And then I throw this out like swayze dying prematurely. It's it it has changed how you watch the end of this movie like. He only died when he was fifty seven and If you read anything about his life like. He knew he had this wife that. I think her name was Lisa that he was really tight with, and they had like a great relationship, and she kind of turned into the Damore character as swayze. Add this cancer bat on that, and it's hard not to think of him dying early in real life when you watch this movie. Yeah, because his career was basically done from cancer, even before he died like in his early fifties. Yeah, there is a little bit of a hangar. Run that casting. What else did you Bruce? Willis was offered the role of SAM. I did not before or after I got the job. Same like they were going to be the stars, he turned it down. He didn't think the movie would work with the main character being dead all the time. Had allowed regrets. Call himself knucklehead, and then when was brought? The six cents decided to do the success because he had screwed up once with ghost. That's how I ended up on the success. There's a laundry list of people who. Again, it's half fast senator research. You turned down this movie before swayze got it. Kevin Bacon Alec Baldwin. Nicholas Cage Kevin, Costner Tom Cruise Johnny Depp. David Duke the Harrison Ford Gibson Tom Hanks Paul Hogan, which was definitely true, because he did almost an angel instead Kevin Kline Dennis. Quaid Mickey Rourke. In this is the scary one John Travolta! All turned down this swayze part Travolta's hands. This goes bad quickly. This is a bad movie. Despite even be straight to cable, I. Don I don't think it recovers the? You would have pulled it off. and then swayze killed the addition that was it. Here's another one Whoopi Goldberg unsure of. She was going to be able to do the movies. She had a busy work schedule, so they cast. Jackie member. Jackie Ari so she was going to be the Rita Mae, and then at the last minute be said I can do it and they dumped Jackie. And that was it the coal kidman. Audition for the role of Molly. And they really liked her, but they felt like she wasn't a big enough name. It's impossible to anybody else, but to me. Is Molly. Agree Yeah. Ken Dolan from thirty something was supposed to be Carl, but couldn't get out of thirty something, so they had to go Tony Goldman. That's all I got. Best Achaia Kid Joey Pants word. Is I need ruling Vincent, ski of Elliott of that guy or is evinced, gave Ellie. I think he is at that guy, but I think he might double up here for me. I think I think he might get pants and waiters, which doesn't happen very often. Oh, wow, okay. 'cause I'm going to make the case for Rick Villa's. As waiters or pants? As for the Joey Pants. Yeah. Aka Willie Lopez Aka kind of looks like Luis Guzman's cousin like they were in a movie together. We can't remember what movie it was. I, only anytime I've ever seen him in anything else. That's my God. That's Willie. Lopez from goes so I feel like he wins best. That guy because Vincent's gave Elliot's been another staff. Right Willie Lopez will lupus. I was GONNA. Nominate. Stephen Root who. said that guy, but it's one of those reverse where you see him. Yes, the detective and you're like wait. I know that guy because he goes on to have a long career, but it's an early. That's a great out. It's the birth of that guy. It's it's his. Pre Stephen Root Stage as guy. Yes, Goodman, okay. The Vincent Hanna Give me all. You GotTa Word for best overacting. Look swayze's swayze dials it up with some the faces the. How horrified, he is sometimes what he's doing the. Jaws, moving after eight and He definitely douse up I. have to give it to him. Who are the nominated for you guys? I mean here's the thing she values in the conversation for Vincent Hanna or He's only on the screen for like four minutes total, and he is screaming for most of them. I got him for Dan Waiters. I Yeah I have swayze with all the love and gratitude in my heart in this category, but it's just the reaction shots. But it's one of the reasons I like the movie because the reaction shuts off. Dion waiters goes to a ski valley. is in. In, three saints yeah is really good. Equity hops back in. Seems like a guy who'd be entertained if Whoopi is not eligible than Patrick swayze's not eligible for this award. For Which? I for Dion waiters as well. No, the started. But he's did he has nothing to do except stand there and be like. Oh, I'm so sad and he makes it into a whole movie I'm just saying I. Give him an honorable mention for turning what is being dead and having nothing to do it to one of the most memorable film performances of all time. That's almost its own category. Okay, it's like the Patrick swayze. I have nothing to do in this movie, but still great. Author Most with the least Kevin. Pollack and a few good men you know. You're just stand. The Brandy Booth Award for best performance by a pet, molly's cat. It's really subscribe gives seven out of ten shoe is some good scenes only one who had see the afterlife? Internet research, the horrific sounds made by by by dark shadow ghosts. They were the sounds of babies crying played at extremely slow speeds backwards. So they got those sense, yeah, because they sound like they were just cutting room floor. Scooby, Doo, sound effects and. That's what hell is like Chris Ran. When they did the chase and it was really cold, but they couldn't have swayze's character. You couldn't see his breath because it would have ruined the he goes. Oh, so they don't have breath I. Guess not. So what do you think they did, so? He didn't have breath you could say. Shrek. He chewed ice apparently. Get Frost breath. Who Knew? I did. This film was released on video and LASERDISC. In March nineteen ninety one. It sold a record six hundred forty six thousand videos for rental. In sixty six thousand laser discs, it made sixty five million dollars combined in rentals and sales make sense. Moody guessed it. A total of twenty ghosts appear in the movie. I am swayze. Give the hip hop ramifications Chris Ryan. Huge I mean. swayze becomes like this you. Overall like way of saying I am out on leaving the verse. I'm leaving this song. We're done here. And then it Kinda transcends even ghost itself. It takes like a new sign signifier relationship. It's like a proves post structuralism by doing that, you know. So they give the Torres BG AK. biggie smalls credit for for popularizing it, but it's A. It's a recurring theme in the nineties. Apex Mountain I think you gotta go yes, for swayze. I think this. Is it dirty dancing then roadhouse. Then he does this. It's like the world is his oyster at this point. That me too I, think is the and then like this leads to point break and point break is probably the the last best thing he does right. Yeah, and the SNL and yes yeah. Demy more, you could argue yes, I'm is pretty choppy. and. This leads to a few good men. This leads to the Vanity Fair cover. This leads to her. Making twenty million dollars for striptease leads the disclosure G. I. Jane. This sets up a whole decade of her being eight-plus lister. So I. Think you could make the case. This might have been apex about it all. It paves the way for everything that's about that. Yeah I was GONNA. Argue that the Vanity Fair cover is actually Apex Mountain. If we're allowed to have non movie points as A. It's. It's I accept the argument, okay? Whoopi Goldberg. I would say no, because she'd sister act like a real franchise that made Buddy Yeah Sister Act test to be here apex. Yeah I was GonNa, Say Ninety two sister act and the player. She's in both so that that's that's my argument for her sister. Act Really Important Young Amanda also. Tony Goldwyn thankfully, no, it would have been sad if this was his apex mound, I think actually playing the president scan yeah I, think it's a bigger apex being in gossip blogs for eight years about Him Carrie Washington get into the side effect of that Jerry Zucker. I'm going to say yes, because I think he probably owned at least a little bit of this movie, and probably a lot of money and miss capping off airplane naked gun all that stuff. unchained melody absolutely. Yeah, If you, go to hell and shadows. Come out of the floor and drag you down. I think that was the apex of that. Who Do you think if the apex of going to Hell? Is that what you're saying? Yeah I think so if it's up there. It's pretty good I mean what's a better depiction of going to hell in a movie than this movie. I have a probably unanswerable question, but we could get into this now if you would like to, but it is pretty. Binary view of the afterlife like what happens if you're just like an okay person. Like what what do you do? You just get trapped in purgatory forever until you like. Kind of moved into one direction or another like 'cause there's either the shadow demons, or there's the light beam, and Sam runs away from the light, which I guess is because he has unfinished business. But what do you do if you're just like? Lyle Ferguson the bank. You there's like a G. League for Heaven. Maybe you know like a triple A. Tripoli. To there's that guy in the hospital. They watch while they're two guys are the hospital. There's the old guy who's explaining the rules of the after Patrick Swayze, and then there there's another person who's on the operating table and they the light comes out, and they watch him die, and it seems like he gets to go to heaven, but you don't see that person walking around the hospital. It seems like it's an immediate departure straight to the light, and so I'm wondering whether there's any choice involved in the decision to the the negotiate the light, but you can't negotiate with the Gremlins. How about that isn't the premise that everyone goes to heaven unless they screwed up. It's it's definitely only like murderers who are deal with the Gremlins in this movie like people who had a hand in someone. Else's dying right yet so that that's against me. Okay so like. You know going to jail for forgery. You probably still get to go to heaven, but maybe it's G. League heaven. Yeah Yeah, I, think you just have to do some good deeds, either in this life or the the purgatory afterlife Yeah Guy Moves Pennies around. All Right? I have some picking nets. This is a good movie to Nitpick. Let's start here. Was this really the best way for Carl to get the passwords from Sam to stage a street crime? With will aid the SCUMBAG. Additive know how he met. William, how does it? By. Willie I know how that Willy Oh yeah. I got I got you in this way that that no like you get to the edge of like really hot and heavy sex after the pottery seen in the beginning. But, you don't actually see any of the the deeds being done. Carl is coached out of his mind in this movie, we just ever explicitly say that, but he is like a sweaty guy who openly is fawning over a Maserati or a Ferrari Testarossa on the street. He's in deep to the mob and drug dealers, and he is like concocting these elaborate plans with Willie to steal them the pin number. Here's the thing. They're not elaborate plans. The whole plan from the stealing the numbers to doing all of the transactions on his work, computer and work phone so is the worst possible heist. Of course. He's going to get caught. He's just in the middle of the office. His office doesn't even have a door. A. Could someone else check their computer and see whether I can do the scam on your computer because my computer is not working. Use A payphone, but the best part about it is. He's learning from the worst because the mafia lawyer who he calls is like that's great. Carl here's the Swiss bank account number. Here's the Cayman Islands Number Asia and yeah, it's really appreciate it, and he's just like well. You tell Mr Gene, Kana no more. There will be no more delays. He's definitely do that. Say If anybody's listening I'm the lawyer for this guy. Here accounts swayze suspects nothing. He's like the dumbest boss. Ever say well. There's four million extra dollars this guy. I can't figure out a one day after I give you my pin number. Yeah, I'd say in Carl is in the doorway like basically snorting lines off the DOORKNOB. That's weird. Hey, where are you going tonight? To address. SWAYZE like suspects. Like audio. That's nitpick one nitpick, too. So Willy. Kills Patrick swayze. Figured to me more is at the police office. What are the assailant look like? There's a police sketch of him all that stuff two weeks later. He's just breaking into her house to try to get the passwords again. I I'm guessing willies like I'm out didn't mean to kill swayze. Amount of this. Get somebody else or Even if he even if he's still involved, maybe doesn't want to be back at the scene of the crime wave. At her apartment. I. I don't know. They're not. They're not criminal masterminds, and at the end of all this when Carl goes back to the up to Willy's apartment to be like you've gotta do this. For Eighty thousand dollars, that's his cut, which is just like come on man, even in one thousand, nine, hundred ninety. That'd be. You GotTa do more than eighty thousand dollars for the two of you to commit these level of crimes to my Willie Lopez. To me more. Wouldn't she have more questions? For Whoopi Goldberg. WHO's? Who's there was Sam like Oh, it's by dead husband. He's back. I have this proxy. I can just ask them stuff. I feel like I would have two hours of questions. What have you been doing? What are your clothes? Where do you live? Have you been watching me? When did you officially die I? Don't understand. One in the afterlife or we still exclusive. What else is going on? Can we leverage this and? You're gone and my life with my life. More new. She's just kind a blank face. She has no questions at all I. Would I would just I would have written down fifty questions all right. Here's question forty nine boom. Bill. That's also because you believe that this is how it really works in the afterlife. Just have their questions ready. You know it's. Like, trying to sort things out before she jumps to the questions. Not everyone is prepared. It's as as prepared as you are I've already. I already written the questions I'm just okay. Ask Somebody. So Sam can touch. Willie, Lopez. He can move pennies after training. He came and kick soda. Cans across. He shoves Willie Lopez repeatedly. He's as his spiritual whatever. But can't touch the me more. Can't. Give her a little finger touch on the shoulder, a little finger on the cheek. Maybe can't S- moocher. Well I'll tell you why. It. In the way that the subway man teaches sam how he's able to make physical contact with things is that it has to come from a place of like. Anger and and like all his all his pain, so he doesn't feel pain towards molly. You know he can't touch her that way. That makes sense. God. We let I'm glad we litigated this. This next question's really important. Are we sure Carl would go to hell? Already did, did he? He didn't mean to kill Sam. It was just a robbery. He's trying to get. Some passwords didn't ask the guy to kill Sam. Didn't commit a murder himself like if there's a hell counsel, yeah, I was Gonna I think. Yeah, I think he has a good argument for like Hey, man. I was just trying to get some passwords. Make some money I don't mean. Hal seems really strong for him. Yeah I, mean they never really revealed like a? Greater, motivation for say for Carl to be what he's like other than outright greed. He just wants a Ferrari to do an eight ball in. It's not because he's like I just really wanted to give all my money mother Theresa. It's like no. He's just a scumbag. If swayze had pushed Willie, Lopez and he had gone in front of a car and died. Is that enough to make swayze? Go to hell or does? Is swayze immune from all hell possibilities once he's in the purgatory. I mean you're the one with the greater understanding of how it works better, but he thinks I. Really I thought you'd be more helpful. No I think it's a good question. Do you think that there is some sort of higher being and you like whether? It's a council or a single person making these decisions? I in heaven can wait there was. Name Status in a Buck Henry, yes, another. Defending your life, they have a go ahead. Yeah, legal system! Can you be demoted from heaven or purgatory is a good question. Yeah, your behavior purgatory is unseemly. Could Qadhafi yet and it? is part of that a sort of effective being in purgatory in your city where you can get into more trouble whereas if you were just in purgatory in the woods. Like what could you really do wrong, right? It does seem like you're only allotted a certain amount of time because at the ending, remember Oda Mae says to sand like they're waiting for you and it's like once. He's sorted out molly situation and Major. She's no longer in danger than like that's it. His time is up and it's time to say goodbye, so I think it is ultimately not up to the person so so maybe there is a higher council deciding. It's like Sam. It's your time and we know this because there's some really bad CGI going on right. For you to go to heaven and either picks for move on. Okay. Next categories. Could this be remade as a ten episode Netflix? Show I actually. Wouldn't be against it. If they modernized it with. Sam and and Molly's kid. TURNS OUT MOLLY was five months pregnant during this whole thing. Had A kid, and then to be mortgage to be in the movie. Be Great to see her again. At an I'm not I'm not against it I. Hope it doesn't happen, but I wouldn't be horrified. The Carl twist has to come midseason then like you have to go four or five episodes thinking. Carl seems like a good guy. I wonder if molly should get together with Carl Carl Curl Curl and then the hammer drops. It has to be a twist I. Think you also gotTa Have Sam? Dealing with a few more people like it on earth that he, it's not just molly, who is visited visiting taking care of like he's got to kind of. Tour and you have to explore like the Gremlin universe a bit more, but also possibly you could upgrade the Gremlin universe, so that would be a win for everybody. Maybe. There's a third season where he starts working for Adrienne. Wilshire ASCII breaking scoops. It's right. In the room is a ghost hearing conversations. Woche and the bubble probably inevitable questions I have to. One of which we covered already is this. What really happens when you go to hell? The other one is this and you guys don't have to tell me what it is you just have to. Say if you went through the thought exercise of this. If you were dead. But you're trying to communicate to your spouse. The three of us are married. Are there the three things you could tell the spouse through the proxy that the spouse would immediately? No, it's you. Yeah, five hundred things. Okay, 'cause I, my wife and I went through this and some of the things we would say to each other to know. It was us and we were pretty confident. We would oh. Yeah I think they're playing things. I could say, but whether or not my spouse would believe it is another conversation. Disbelieving the whole time. I that would be my concern is that he would just be like this is i. need to move on I need to. This is not real. Yours being Daddy, if a psychic showed up at your husband husband's doorstep, Emma's like here are a dozen things that only Amanda would know about you. He would do like I. Just need to move on. I mean that's my concern. I think that's probably the anthony of our marriage. I mean I'm going to show up average wealthy to document that the psychic will read, and he'll be like no, no, no, no, this is the real world, and so I need to start moving ahead, but but there are things that I think would work. If it were flipped and a psyche came to me. There are a lot of things that could be said that I would believe how about that. Okay, I issue is my wife would be waiting for me to come back. She'd be waiting for the psychic to show up and would kind of be be be talking yourself into it. No matter how ridiculous it I've felt like somebody could do per pretty easily. I have a couple of unanswerable questions. Number one is. Is this movie different? If. Sam Gets Killed In any other outfit that he's wearing. Can't change clothes, and he's getting killed wearing his macbeth going to the theater outfit. Yeah by Maroon Oxford. What's this movie like if he's wearing? The Hawaiian shirt tucked into genes that he wears when he's. Honoring the statute from hanging outside of the window, and is it like funnier? Is it more of a like a romp, or what, because like? He's basically in this puffy tucked in Silk Shirt, the entire movie, so that was a big one, and then the other one. I don't even know if this is unanswerable. I think we could really get into this is. How long after Molly witnesses the love of her life ascending into heaven. Does. She wait before she started dating again. 'cause molly of very attractive homeowner like. She's got a lot going for artists. We haven't even talked about art, but she is like a pretty dynamite lady, so you know I just wanted to know. Very loyal. That's right, so I wonder what happens with that. I. Do Sam did kind of. They, did kiss. Yeah, that was a little soon. I know he's you mean coughing himself, yeah. Yeah. Put One on her. Yeah! Early That whole scene by the time that he's just coke out in shirtless in her apartment at eleven. Quote Unquote spilling coffee. Right. She's confused. I think you can chalk it up to grief, and then she does correct it pretty quickly, so and I think it is pretty clear that she's not interested in Carl I feel like you're supposed to understand then the nice part of this movie without describing too much meaning to what's a pretty sentimental ridiculous movie, but in a Lotta ways it's like saying goodbye right and the literally and finding yourself in a place where you're. You're able to say goodbye to actual last word is her saying by which you're supposed to understand is like her being able to move on which is good part of the healing process so after she says goodbye. I think you gotTA assume. Maybe she's ready. She's healed. It's the next phase in the process, so she's got that lovely apartment. She's got some openings. You know. Maybe she's ready to move on so maybe not that long afterwards. Yes she moved on. She started dating like Jeff hostetler. Like famous were famous athletes of the like that. Who won the movie? Guy. This is a really really really hard, really hard. I think a case can be made for each of the three leagues. Pretty, strong case. I think that's true I mean my instinct is happy. That's too because I mean number and she wins the. The movie really doesn't work without her and she is really memorable and I think. You could probably. Well I guess you couldn't really have it without swayze to me either so that that argument doesn't work. But it's the biggest performance and the most memorable performance. I vote for swayze. 'cause I think it cements this whole era for him. I think he's the only male actor from that era. Who could have made this move as successful as it was now, you could say the same for her, but ultimately this is a swayze Demi Moore movie and Whoopi. He's the wildcard who adds to it, but. There's so many actors that you could take from the late eighties early nineties. Put them in this swayze part and I read twenty names None of those names are people out even if it's Kevin Bacon, who we all really like I just don't think ghost ghost with Kevin Bacon. Yeah. It same Kevin, Kline I was thinking. You're like that was an interesting choice because he is able to dump some pretty quirky. Kind of not in this vein in terms of this sincere, but he is like definitely a very vulnerable actor, but it's just not the same movie. Right there's a physicality you need from swayze. That pushes it over. The top Kevin Kline is a good one, though because he kinda, does this. Dave to sub degree same kind of sweet character that you're just kinda rooting for. But I'm going swayze, but this could be a split. We could say swayze in when we go up here Yeah I go pee to. Chris when those fucking shadows come for you just remember I, told you. That's what I just feel like. Realize that by the very terms that you've laid out. That means I'm a murderer. If you do murder down, thank you. You know there's a lot of time left you just that kind of never know all right? That's it for the watchable is Amanda. We can listen to you on jam session on the Big Picture Chris. You're still cracking. Watch twice a week. Baby, you pop on the big picture every once in a while as well ringer MBA show coming back, come back. The NBA might be the only sport left in about a week This is fun. Thanks for doing this. Don't forget about the The Ringer podcast at work. Check out all of our stuff. Subscribe to this podcast. You're friends and Lucy next.

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What will come of 'big-tech' on Capitol Hill this week? Live Q&A (The Daily SUPERCharge 7/16/2019)

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What will come of 'big-tech' on Capitol Hill this week? Live Q&A (The Daily SUPERCharge 7/16/2019)

"On today's Daily charged supercharged addition we chat with a live audience about when they feel is an appropriate age to get your kid a phone the best prime day deals we've seen so far and how when and why to break up big tech all right now now that we've gotten through the meat of the show we have a little housekeeping to get out of the way I'm GonNa try to get through this first. We would like to thank everyone for joining us here on a new format. We'll have some tweaks in the coming weeks as we always want. Get your feedback so please sound off in the Chad or in the comments or flag us on twitter also for the audio podcast subscribers. You can now find daily charge on spotify as well as all our prior platforms that includes itunes stitcher Google Google Amazon Echo you name it and lastly. We're going to try something new for the audio podcast. We are now going to publish two versions of the show across the channel. One is the regular core five ish minute podcast <hes> with just the need to know content and then there's going to be a longer version with bonus stuff that we do in the post show from special segments to the Q._N._A.. Anything else that we don't get to publish in the audio channels on the regular. You can find that in the same feed published on the day as well after the regular five minute version and we'll be called the daily charged supercharged edition just so you guys know the difference and now it's time as always talk to you folks in the chat to take your questions and comments about today's topics so we can keep the conversation going gee. What are the people wanted to know? I can't believe actually managed to get through that. Thank God I have terrible vision. Oh I'm so proud of you've been you love me practice ahead of time. I think that helps does secrets to a professional broadcast everybody out there watching C._A._T.. Shoutout Devon that's his ten year old son. <hes> ease says he's not really comfortable buying him a phone phone at that age and I'm curious what other listeners I know you guys got kids. What anybody thinks is appropriate age for a kid to start having their own mobile phone? Whether that's a phone with kind of restricted access something more of a kid friendly designed phone or a a full on smartphone when you think is the right time in the rite of passage for for something like that okay so my kids are six and three the twins are three so that's that's pretty easy that like no that's not the time for them to get the phone but ten tend to me seems at least on the cusp of like hey. This is a good time to start having this conversation and try to figure out when is a good time to get a phone whether it's a smartphone or a dumb phone one of the interesting things that I've definitely heard from parents dance with older kids with teens is like they wanna get a phone in the kid's hand because that way they're easier to access whether their dad or tax yeah their friend's house or whatever so it's just kind of like a phone transponder we we always know where they are. This survey said that among the like thousand plus people that were surveyed for this particular cell cell study so that the highest percentage comes to people parents get phones for their eleven. Tov Year olds there's about a quarter of kids that have cellphones their eleven or twelve about twenty percents or thirteen to fourteen and then another nineteen. It's like night at ten so around nine years old is when it really starts to become the norm between like nine and fourteen and the other like one third is ages under that so which seems to make sense. That's when kids are kind of have more independence and the main reasons not parents get kids phones is for that that ability to have them in contact more so than although the most type of the reason that they give kids. They'll leave your kids will leave you. Alone really takes anything with like nintendo right television. There's been plenty of fake babysitters and technology. Actually that's a pretty good idea. If I give my phone kids like a phone or a tablet than they won't take up the television as much because they do not like watching sports. That's usually like the part of the day that causes the most angst as I'm watching football on Sunday and they're like what's going <music>. Odd doesn't get to watch T._V.. Very much at all and so when we have sports on she's like I don't care I'll take anything good idea. Deprive them of T._v.. Watch anything this study that I thought was funny. was they asked what are the most popular activities for cans and the least popular doing homework made me laugh because of course playing games as one doing homework was everybody knows homework. Sucks okay any more questions but we got great feedback coming coming in <hes> about different kids ages. Ryan says my by Gavin Thinking about maybe twelve ish for him Jay from Jersey says no kids but I got my first phone in seventh grade which I think that's about when I got my first phone as well give or take <hes> I'd have the kind of like really go back down memory lane which is a foggy path at this point that sounds about right <hes> C._K._D.'s fourteen leading in the fifteen closer when they get a driver's permit. I think that's a good way to look at it. <hes> Ryan says I got my first phone. In eighteen back in three storm King says my daughter has a normal smartphone. She's eleven. I mean obviously lots of different. Kids have lots of different maturity levels can handle different things to different stages. I'm curious. What just the mean is is coming out of all of this and here's a great counterpoint from Timothy Do <hes> more and more summer camps and programs are promoting coating and other technological electronic type programs for kids so the increase in phone and computer usage is no big deal? That's excellent point to be made but there's a big difference between a kid being electrical engineering genius and screwing around with with angry birds well. They have to know how to shop on Prime Day so I definitely did not get a phone and seventh grade. I don't remember when it was specifically but I don't know maybe I'm just like really old also. I didn't get a phone cell college but that's not because my parents had a real long leash or anything. It's just like phones weren't super. We are similarly aged. I believe very old just turned fifty five congratulations ahead of me so I turned fifty five old light sooner yeah anyway. Here's a great comment from Ryan says I'm with Joan. I had things I wanted to buy an Amazon and just waited until yesterday to buy them. I didn't look for any specific deals I was I kind of followed suit with that but none of the stuff I was looking for showed up in the prime feed and then Jay from Jersey says I bought a few things on day. We're curious. What did you end up? Getting you think the deals are actually worth it. <hes> you straight gold or did you kind of fall flat. I didn't buy anything I was too distracted here kind of getting the new show off the ground so I didn't do any shopping at all. Did you guys very little about a little socks and Reynolds wrap. That was basically I almost got a sonos beam that we don't have a sound bar so I mean it was a lot of money to get a sound bar for the first time so I was talked out of it which is good. I think I'm happy are holding adding onto that money. I studied a friend of the podcast Stephen Katz Meyer about whether I should get a new T._v.. Now or wait until black Friday to get my new TV I mean if you don't get one today. I would probably say wait until black Friday yeah but that's today or do I wait. That's why sure yeah. I have a fire TV edition that is like pretty cheap and you could potentially get but you're probably not gonNA WANNA buy that but I bought like I bought some of those bladeless dyson fans real excitable that because because we have to use lots of fans and they're really loud in apartments. I want these super quiet. You're like a big dyson lover. Yeah usually seems like shelf reflect four hundred bucks or something yeah depends on <hes> whether or not it also does air filtering and I'm like I live in New York are areas terrible so I can anytime on the market for a dustbuster. I always look at the Dyson dustbuster jam like this thing looks amazing. Change my life life and I always balk always get you can't get fifty dollar one. That's not going to last more than six months hours. Yeah Tim of them. Wow okay well. Let me know if you need one. He needs a home so shout out to Jay from Jersey. Who did the math he's figured out the mean for the kids getting their <hes> on in the phone ecosystem is thirteen point eight years thank you that's just like having other people do job for me going to swing back Amazon Prime Day? Tim Says I was in the market for T._v.. Walmart bought it last week for thirty three bucks. Now it's nine bucks can't go out how much that's some friend day foam right. There got away way. If it's if it's like a week or two beforehand unless you desperately need it yeah. It's at least worth seeing if it's on sale. I've definitely been in the situation where I've waited like I created a list and I waited a none of the stuff was on sale but <hes> you know I it's at least worth seeing if if it's going to be reduced by a couple of bucks whatever all right let's take a couple more questions and comments before we call it a day what actually defines when a company is too big and they need to break up. Is there a threshold for upcoming companies that they should be aware of as they grow. There's no. I don't think that there there's no like litmus test for the how big a company needs is to be before it gets broken up but there are behaviors like for example there one of the things that people are considering about Google is youtube and how it treats its partners people that tried ride to build their own businesses of the fact that Youtube has become the biggest video system on the Internet. Even though some of youtube actions would seem to like save people money by. Making it easier to use its own ad system and stuff like that and less easy to use competitors that normally as what people like when they're looking at competitive concerns. Does it make things. Does it make things cheaper for consumers or for other people in the marketplace but there are these things like like going against your own best interest so if you take in if you make a kind of competitive decision that doesn't make any business sense other than it's going to just drive competitors out of business. That's a reason for there to be an anticompetitive even if it ends up being something that's beneficial for consumers in the end so I guess my point in saying that it's very complicated. There's no like one-size-fits-all euro-monopoly now the big. You need to be broken up. which is the reason why nothing has happened so far? They've been tech companies have been really great to the U._S.. Economy in the world economy and it's only been the last few years where we've noticed and been paying attention to the negative repercussions of their size that people have gotten less gung ho about there being as big as they are. Yeah I think you you you hit it right that one of the primary metrics that had been utilized. I think for decades in the United States has been whether it's harming consumers on price so a company becomes a monopoly. Let's say on chewing gum and chewing gum because there were a bunch of competitors used to be a dollar now. It's fifteen dollars. You see this a lot in the pharmaceutical world to that company is the only one that makes this dragging can price it however they won so the government obviously wants to ensure that there aren't monopolies so there is price competition drives down price one of the problems I cover Amazon so related to Amazon. They're actually driving down prices in gaining more market share so there's this whole rewriting of the rules trying to say okay well. Maybe we shouldn't just pay attention of price. We should pay attention to the fact that they're pushing all the competitors out of the market as well and what is this actually doing the landscape. My expectation would be that there are going to be some of that conversation going on during the House Judiciary Committee hearing today because the government's basically trying to find out well okay the prices and really the issue. We're seeing that on prime day right now how people are saving money but how is this harming the marketplace otherwise yeah definitely good question we have this is Brian Campbell the C._B._S. sports state of combat podcast reminding you to get some of this. If you love combat sports we've got you covered with separate episodes each week dedicated to the sports boxing mixed martial arts and pro wrestling consider the state of combat podcast your one stop shop for recaps previews of the biggest fights events the interviews with the top names in the game coverage of all the news. You need to know the state of combat podcast that unmistakable dose of performance enhancing audio that you need each week subscribe and download the State of combat with Brian a cable today wherever you get your podcast. I'm just kind of curious. What is the agenda for the proceedings? I know we've got facebook Google and who else is Apple Apple Amazon and what is the the lineup. Who was representing and are we going to be able to see these hearings in any way shape or form and yeah I think they're probably going to be on C.? Span if you're interested in watching them otherwise you might be able to find them on like the House judiciary site. There's probably we're going to be a link there. Sorry if I don't have like a specific answer at this point. I'm going to be fishing around to try to find them as well. The four representatives for those companies are not big names from public policy or from from legal so it's not like you're going to be seeing Mark Zuckerberg show up or Jeff Bezos by that might be just fine. These are these are folks that deal with these things on a daily basis as opposed to being the C._E._o.. Of A company therefore handling all kinds of different elements so we might be able to get a little bit more nitty gritty and a little bit deeper into the whole thing by hearing from these folks even though they're not household names at all all right. We got a really a good one from J. That's GonNa put you guys on the spy ready. Okay what are your solutions for keeping big tech companies in check Joan and Ben Yeah unfortunately time machine could have been useful to tell I I don't know regulators several years ago that like facebook shouldn't buy instagram and maybe Amazon shouldn't by ZAP does like that's that's. That's such a lame answer but I really do think that you know some of these problems have existed for years. They were caused by a lot of mergers and acquisitions very early on where these huge companies were able to purchase their competitors just as their competitors were getting off the ground yeah yeah I think just as a reporter and someone who likes to see stories on full. I think the idea of breaking up the companies would be really interesting would be very interesting because it would be so something like that hasn't really happened in a really long time. I don't know it well enough to say exactly how it but it's been a really long time to most recent effort with Microsoft's failed so I don't know when it's actually I mean like I imagined was big. Oil Or something like previous to that was A._T.. And T. in this okay so it's been like forty years I recently wrote about this with Maggie. That's why yeah I know that's a no so it's been like forty fifty years since a gigantic company had to be broken up and so I would be really interested to watch how that unfolds and what repercussions that it has not like what I think could be the we've disrupted or the least destructive way to do it but I'm really interested to see what would happen if actually comes to pass like hindsight is twenty twenty but A._T.. And T. When you look back at it you're like of course that was a monopoly controlled all regional regional local and long distance calling in the United States. There was nobody else that did it and this is a huge important service so regulators. I don't envy their position by is facebook service just as important Horton as long distance and local calling you know like those are some of the decisions that are going to have to decide on. That's what some of the things that they're going to have to figure out it's the same thing with Amazon or like apples. <hes> act store like is this a monopoly and if if it is monopoly is it's so critical and so significant that you know we need to break it up to ensure competition so yeah. I think it's a really fascinating area to just really delve into but I got the potential of a break-up is still pretty slim I would say with. Apple itunes one of the I think like one of the things like there's really easy ways to solve that problem and that's where whether are very specific instances of this is how it's clearly to one camp not being fair. It's easier to be strategic about fixing those problems like with items. It's like you eliminate this tax or you. Tweak it in some way and everything's kind of going to be a little bit better <hes> but yeah I get really interested in like what do you do with somebody like Google. They control what are you. What are you going to break up with Google? That's one of the harder ones to figure eight youtube and Google okay. Okay that one for sure Google is so dominant in search that there's nothing specifically. Maybe hardware from search has separate harbor company or separate specific artificial intelligence company. I don't know like they're all kind of enmeshed with each other because they're all in meshing with advertising like that's the only way that they really make any money. I think it'd be interesting if there are a lot of ways to consider for sure definitely good news. We have just enough time to talk about area fifty one. Oh sweet Jay wants to know I'm sorry wants to know what do we think is there and I want to know. Are we sending Alfred as our resident Rudo runner okay first of all yes. He's very very good at new rudo running so we definitely would send him and second. What do I think is just some file cabinets? An Air Force base the most interesting thing right the most interesting thing would be like a big room. Indiana Jones style with a bunch of old artifacts the like maybe a ghost would come out what's interesting and it's populated by alien employees drinking coffee on the coffee break and interesting. No I mean I don't know I don't understand why this became popular area. Fifty one was hot in Independence Day came out which is like and it's peaks and valleys speaks about yeah. I don't know maybe Internet like like remembered that area fifty one existed and we wanna find out this is legit. I feel like you know how they're like songs of summer. I feel like this is name of summer like there's some things that are just kind of like a summertime me. You know L.. My God you're right. Independence Day came out in the summer so yes peaks and valleys exactly we're not going to remember this in the winter fortunately also well Nevada's fine in the winter. I'm sure but it's more fun to think of taking vacations summer vacations area fifty fifty one. I like these theories good idea. I don't know what's there never know or Willie. Don't know that was my exile. Bad really could go even higher cool. Thanks for the copyright strike. Hey congratulations everybody. It's Ben's first day on the Internet. This is called a mean a weird okay okay. It's a museum. Is that what it is. I'm hearing I mean hearing knowing that it's called the me. Okay all right everybody. That's going to wrap it up for us. <hes> thanks for joining us. We'll see again here tomorrow and let's go ahead and leave it to Ben. Let's take on Oh. God Okay here we go. That's a wrap on another edition of the daily charged liking.

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The Beast of Gvaudan, Part One: Murders In France

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The Beast of Gvaudan, Part One: Murders In France

"This episode is brought to you by IBM today answers matter more than ever before. That's why IBM is helping businesses manage customer questions with Watson Assistant. It's conversational way I designed to work for any industry. Let's put smart to work visit IBM dot com slash wants assistant. This episode is brought to you by IBM today answers matter more than ever before. That's why IBM is helping businesses manage customer questions with Watson Assistant. It's conversational AI designed to work for any industry. Let's put smart to work as IBM DOT COM Slash Watson Assistant. Ridiculous histories of production of iheartradio. Oh yes. Finally happened. It? Is October first as we record this, which in my mind means it's already Halloween Hi, I'm Ben. Halloween is every day I think for us especially on stuff they don't want you to know the other show that we hang out on but yeah, I I don't know about you but there's so many things about Halloween that just do it for me the holiday itself obviously. I think we all fans of spooky stuff but just the weather change going from being Georgia, going from brutally hot and oppressive to this kind of like very brief beautiful grace period of you know breezy fall weather before it just gets obnoxiously cold. So yeah really big fan big fan of the types of episodes that we get to cover for for this particular season. Yeah Yeah agreed. The I love this ray Bradbury esque donal weather I. Love the idea that something spooky. This way comes. We designed to dive into some spooky episodes this month maybe not. A hundred percent spooky episodes but we're going to do our best. We're GONNA have some fun with some monsters with some creepy stuff and if there's anything that comes up, that might not be one hundred percent appropriate for the youngest people in the audience will give you a heads up at the top of the show with that being said, I think this is an all ages one I do want to say it's your comments about it always been halloween especially on stuff they want you to know recently wrote a very pretentious essay called tollways Halloween. America. I would love I would love to send you guys. It's my. Uninformed pop culture sociopolitical critique up butts knoll where would we be the? You know you and I are too great monsters. But where would we be as a show without our favorite monster on the ones in two Super Producer Casey peg. Case what? What are your thoughts on on Halloween pretty much everything has already been said it. I primarily love the weather. Yeah. I'm not like a huge Halloween guy there years where I don't go out and really getting costumer do anything but I never wear a costume for the record that's just not the part of it that I personally I like seeing other people wear awesome costumes and my daughter's a huge costume personality is going to be A. Little Sad for this year and for a lot of kids right I think treating is canceled. So you can trick or treat in podcast form with us. There we go. There we go. email, our complaint department Johnson Strickland iheartradio Dot Com for your free candy. Don't be nice about it demand. He'll deliver it to you directly into the White Van. Don't get in the van. We cannot stress that enough do not get into van learn from our mistakes could Halloween is going to be tough for a lot of kids a lot of people like us who love the holiday it's also going to be tough for a lot of parents. But one nice thing we can say about Halloween, twenty twenty is at least this year it looks like children have a very good chance of not being chased by a real life monster. Now it's a perfect segue not the case for folks in the guys we're GonNa have a hell of a time today running French pronunciations by Super Producer Casey Pegeen but I'm going to give this one a ago in the. Don Region. Shovel Dan Oh Shiva Don I was close Jeff with all Shiva. Casey on the case. Jesuit Jeff. God. Because well, we were gearing up to record I would have had to try to get front of that. Case you. Ask Them. It's GONNA come up because it is the titular beast in question. Yes. The beast of. Don there. Yeah. Okay. Cool. Yeah, and that is a region in the south of France. In what today is is called. Los Yeah Okay I got. You may be tangentially familiar with the story Dear listeners. If you remember the absolutely bonkers French like kung-fu period piece, the Brotherhood of the wolf. Of It I, adore it. It's got everything that was also right on the heels of like Crouching Tiger, and why Food Claes, that was so big and they took this and applied it to a period drama thriller about this Monster. That was just you know basically eating its way across the French countryside in this in this part of France John. It's it's a really cool movie. It's very strange as a character that just inexplicably has this like segmented razor whip. That's looks like it's made out of vertebrae or something and he and it stretches out like a superhero weapon of some kind not explain why the physics behind this thing at all it's like the sword that the Character Ivy in Seoul caliber has sometimes the sort. Sometimes it's segmented chain with. I love Brotherhood of the wolf. It spends most of without spoiling it. It's it's a great film. It's spends most of his time figuring out what it wants to be. Fully. Maybe it's best described as a period horror investigation fantasy piece I guess right got some sleepy hollow in it with better fight seeings little Sherlock Holmes he has to Vincent Cell is is in it and he's fabulous and everything then you've seen him in American films I'm sure as well but yeah, I was really fascinated by that and it got me looking more into the story even back in two thousand one God we're old when that came out but it's very much based on a real story. Yeah. It very much is also WANNA give a shout out to the ICONIC MONICA BELLUCCI who is in the US. Respect. So this is. Very loosely inspired by a very real and tragic event that remains mysterious in the modern day. As you said, you'll this story takes place in general it is a part of southern France that during this time had its own sketchy reputation it was thought of as remote you know a world away from Paris. And people thought it was kind of on the edge of the wilderness where we would maybe think of as like hayseeds error you know like a country folk that are looked down upon by the aristocracy or people that live in the big city yet kind of a frontier vibe. If you've ever been to the hinterlands of Alaska or any wild place there was very much this perceived. Conflict, between human civilization and the natural world people believed in monsters, they believed in magic picture, grimm brothers, fairy tale kind of vibe. That's that's we've got. Yeah. That's what Smithsonian Mad Kinda described as in this great article that we got some really cool sources from and pulled some research from One of the sources this credited in the article is a book called Monsters of the Governor John, the making of a beast and the writer behind that that book J. M., Smith, historian described this region as such. It's fascinating. It's powerful scary sublime. It was the perfect place for grim like fairy tale starring a possibly supernatural creature but for villagers under attack reality was more brutal than any book and that's because France act in this period it's. Not a fun place to live unless you were literally ensconced in your Ivory Tower which most people were not. And still you know the French Revolution was unbeknownst to them. Coming along the way people of course, can't predict the future. So folks in France were less worried about revolution. They didn't see on the horizon and more worried about how to recover from the seven years war, which it was only like at only ended a year prior. France had suffered so many defeats from the Prussians from the British as well. The bulk of the Overseas Empire Holdings were lost. The economy was in the Lou and the beast comes in to the sociopolitical context. The beast itself is a real creature. The first victim was a fourteen year old girl watching sheep, her name Jean boulet and her death was. Just the first documented one. But there were more to come in throughout seventeen, sixty four. Victims of this creature were found. Throughout the area with their throats torn out their heads nod. Hyperbole this is what happened. National Geographic has a great article on this as well. That's right and I would say that this this shepherd girl, the is mentioned here's is probably the inspiration for the cold open scene of brotherhood of the wolf, and that sort of what kicks off the mystery is they find serial killer style, the remnants of this this young woman, and that's what kicks off the investigation, and that gets the heart of the of the story and what propels the plot forward. This episode is brought to you by IBM Today. Every answer matters more than ever before because whether it's about health deliveries or finance some things just can't wait. That's why IBM's helping businesses manage millions of calls, texts and chats with Watson. Assistant it's conversational. A I designed to help your customers find the answers they need faster no matter. The industry let's put smart to work. Is it IBM? Dot Com Slash Watson Assistant to Learn more this episode is brought to you by IBM Today. Every answer matters more than ever before because whether it's about health deliveries or finance, something's just can't wait. That's why IBM's helping businesses manage millions of calls, texts and chats with Watson Assistant. It's conversational a I designed to help your customers, find the answers they need faster no matter the industry. Let's put smart to work with dot com slash. Watson Assistant to learn more. There's a reason that this is a story we're talking about today. Look Communication. Add you know was less efficient than it is in the modern day and the news from the region was tightly controlled and censored by the king ever forget the region throughout France newspapers had to be very careful what they reported on because if they made Louis Mad it could be as dangerous to them as getting their throats torn out by a wolf in the woods if indeed, it was, which will get to because the couldn't report on. A lot of political events or current affairs of the state newspapers needed to turn to other things, other stories for content, and so they turned to the stories of these mysterious attacks in Shiva don a guy named Francois. Marinas who was the Creator and editor of the Corriere Davin Yawn used a type of reporting that they called phase diverse, which is stories of well, they're kind of like human interest stories, but they're human interest stories of small town crime kind of like. If you guys remember here in Atlanta. For Long Time, we had a magazine called creative loafing and every week that it came out it would publish a column called the Blotter, which is, do you guys remember the blotter totally and it's a salacious tabloid ask kind of yellow journalism really is what it is an early example of that what we would now consider true crime and what makes for a good true crime story if it bleeds leads. The more salacious, the better which this absolutely was not only did it bleed it depicted throat slashed and disemboweled, and you know ripped off limbs. It did all the things to make for a perfect fade declares type of story and people ate it up just like they do today right? This Guy Francois it's it's his reporting especially that lifted the story of the beast from some kind of isolated backwater tragedy to an issue of national concern. So. Let's look at the reporting. So the first recorded fatal attack occurred on June thirtieth th seventeen sixty four we mentioned this fourteen year old girl. The Shepherd Gene Belay was tending a flock of sheep and she was discovered you know attacked Butts. Our Guy, we mentioned earlier. J.. M. Smith in his book. He notes that she may not have been the first victim just the first victim reported at the time because two months before this fourteen year old dies. There's another young woman who was tending cattle and was attacked by something. But she escaped because her cattle defended her and get this description. She said it was like a wolf. Yet not a wolf like a wolf yet, not a wolf it's very eerie. It sounds like some love crafty and kind of writing you know or like something from Po- Maybe I WANNA point out a pug is also like a but not a wool a pug yeah pug is like a wolf it's. That's fair. It would be it would have been a lot of computer if these murders had been. Done by pugs. The. Bug Jeff Doll, you never see the pug coming. Then you reach down and then it just devours. You know that's that's terrifying in and of itself. But yeah, I mean this this beast was absolutely ravaging this this town, this part of France, attacking partially eating women and children according to the report but it didn't necessarily seem to have a preference of Gender they're worse amend that were attacked as well but they were typically by themselves So I thought maybe. There is some speculation that this was like some sort of Jack The ripper situation I. Think I might have made that up. There was speculation that it was maybe more than one creature that was I think these were pretty clearly the types of injuries that would only be possibly inflicted by like you know a wild animal. Yeah. Yeah. A person doing this at the time would have to do some very clever trickery. You know what I mean to to replicate the Mauling that was evident on the corpses. You're right. Also, these attacks continue through summer they continue into. Like this beautiful weather, we're having now and there were so many reports of the creature that. Everyone in France was familiar with it. In some way, you didn't it got to the point where he didn't have to be literate. You didn't have to read a newspaper. You would have heard other people talking about. And we don't know how many of these reports were maybe exaggerated going into the point about tabloid journalism. But we do know that the good people who've don't spring into action right they they were offering bounties hunters were teaming up and combing through the countryside You know they were looking for this mysterious creature but that often meant that they were just calling anything they might they thought might one day attack a person? And their site, the they're like reported sightings of it getting away think October eighth same year seventeen, sixty, four the beast is seen stalking as you described a lone person, a male and hunters followed the animal into the woods they managed to flush it out in the open. They shot a bunch of Musket fire at it. Of course. Yes. Muskets are notoriously inaccurate. They must have hit it because the beast fell down but then what did it do? Well, it's obviously an you know immortal demon from Hell. So clearly got back up and ran away. You know everybody knows that did did you mention that there were like bounty hunters that were after this thing, Ben Yeah. Yes. When people put up these which inspired a lot of the hunters I think and that's certainly what inspired the two main characters. Sorry, I. Keep Harping that his love this movie so much and brotherhood of the wolf they're the to these two like Ninja guys that wear these amazing peaked hats like you'd see in like you know Washington crossing the Potomac. It's very cool looking very stylized have these amazing scarves that cover just under their noses. Ever. Really Cool Costume Design that movie and these two guys are the ones that are actually after in detective capacity but also in like A. Sick bounty hunter kind of bad ass kind of capacity in I'll say this is one of my favorite films actually when the reasons I was. So happy did talk about this at length it's it's got some problematic stuff. It's got the you know the mysterious partner from the native American community events. That yeah. Forgot about that. But the characters are so oh gosh. I thought for a time it might have been based on a video game I'm not gonNA lie. I thought it might be like a French mortal combat or something and I was too scared to ask anybody whether that was correct. You're totally right Ben and there's there's even a bad ass woman character that gets into the action and reveals that she's also an incredible mortal. Kombat Ninja. Bizarre. We keep gushing mother's movie I. Think we're on the same page here but it was one of those things to where like you see in a lot of a killer movies are monster movies. Ever. There's okay. We got it. It's it's dead and then twist is and then the killing continues you know. So oftentimes because of the bounty, there would be these bounty hunters or hunters trying to make a buck bringing. In this thing, they would purport to be the beast because they didn't know what kind of animal it was I just be a wolf. And there I think in the movie, there's even one person that brings in a particularly large and nasty looking wolf and they do I think close the case briefly until the killings burn and there's a conspiracy on the part of the monarchy where they just give us something. So that we we can say we've solved the problem. True. Let's talk a little bit about the descriptions of. This creature. Yes. What it looked like how to behave a because what we're gonNA find is that these descriptions don't all match sometimes I mean was typically described as something that seemed wolf like so seem like a mammal, but it was sometimes described as as large as a calf sometimes as large as a as a horse I believe reddish in color had some sort of a distinct. coloration dark coloration along its spine and you know folks went to great lengths to try to make their case and this was the beast and and and really you know took it to the next level. Some of them did by shoving pieces of clothing you know into the stomachs of the dead wolves with a stick or something like that and of course, there's no like forensics at this time you can't match you know blood samples from A. B. Stomach to the you know the victim. So it all just be kind of like. Visual and confirmation be where where would end yeah. We do know a couple of consistent things in their reporting. So it appeared to be active in the evenings and in the mornings which means in the world of biology, it is a crop. Animal It's active during the twilight hours. When the hunting is is perfect for an ambush hunter, it appeared to stalk people usually lone. Women or children, but also dudes as well, and it would sees these people by the through when you looked at a body of its victims, you would see a lot of wounds were on the head and the limbs and with a decapitations you mentioned yet is true that at least sixteen people were reportedly found decapitate that's coming to us from history dot com and already. We have to tip our hats to portray corn hats to some of the contemporaneous investigators of the day because they were already trying to guess what sort of. Real life non supernatural animal. It might be a there's a guy named laffont who wrote in a report that was pretty early in the days of the beasts reign of terror. Where he said that the beast has a snout that's kind of like a cavs and as very long hair and to him, it meant that it could be a Hyena and like I think along the way here, we're going to be gathering these different. Possible culprits right possible suspects but other people had more exaggerated or more extreme descriptions of the beast. Yeah He. He he actually described it looking more like a leopard at least in the way it's body was long and slender. Described it as having a breast as wide as a horse and also referred to that the red coloration with that black. Stripe. Should we spoil it real quick the movie the what it ends up being it's cool because it obviously takes all of this into account and then makes it the most ridiculous and extreme version of all of this stuff. Yeah. Okay. SPL earlier in the in the film, it's juvenile lion right wearing crazy armor. Yes. Of course. It looks like battle cat from he man or something you know they articulated jaw Beta bone of something. Yeah, like moves exactly moves with it and like extra stuff around the clause and like the you know spines of like spikes along its back and it ends up being like there's a there's a beast master. A shadowy beast master in the movie Oh guys you guys really have to see this and none of this that we're telling you is going to spoil your enjoyment of the movie at all because it's just a bonkers rob of a of a of a film. Local, businesses are so much more than the goods they sell. That's why mastercard is offering them tools. They may need to thrive online like digital doors, an online curriculum that gives local businesses, the resources and guidance to enhance their presence in the digital economy. So they can start their digital journey with the support they need to succeed, online and keep impacting their communities. VISIT MASTERCARD DOT US slash local this to learn more together we can keep our neighborhoods priceless. 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They also were very complimentary of its leaping abilities according to Smithsonian magazine and it it'd really became such A. Cause Celebre. overprint over there of people trying to make themselves you know as being brave or maybe some. Disgraced soldiers the wanted to clean up their reputation and have sort of like a underdog coming back kind of moment. There, you know the numbers kept going up officials were losing their minds. Aristocrats were freaked out because well, what if it comes into my palace and during my time malls me it's Yan lafont who was a regional government delegate and a gentleman captain by the name of jean-baptiste Jomo were in charge of the infantry in the region and they decided it was time. To take this thing to the next level and essentially put together a volunteer army militia and we're not talking a little search hunting party. We're talking about like a full on like battle mode. Yeah. Thirty thousand people at one point doable Organiz the guys based on what he knew from his experience in the military and they also left poison baits they tried to do some. Sting operations, they had soldiers, dresses, peasant women love around yeah. Hopi. I wonder. I hope be stir, out. Tonight I wonder if if it was something where people thought, it was a bad job or if there were dudes who were like champing at the bit volunteer, there were like this is by times I mean you know back in those days wasn't the fashion pretty effects anyway with like powdered wigs and lacey, doyle e outfits in little little shoes and pantyhose. Like I will dresses the woman it I can keep the costume after weeks. I think that's right. I think that's right. But for for do mel in particular, it was like like I said at the top away to redeem honor after the war because he's described by the historian. Smith that we mentioned as having many signs of quote winded masculinity quote from him from his book he had a highly sensitive regard for his own honor and had some bad experiences in the war and looked at this challenge of defeating the beast as a way to redeem himself. And there were, there were some other redemptive ARC's here because we after a member for a lot of the reading public, this was playing out like it action film. You know this was ongoing case and the press would the press eventually used it's power to get King Louis himself to to lend a hand in the search for the beast because when they would describe how peasants escaped the beasts, the ones who survived they always said look at this like heroic noble person especially children they're defending themselves. You know these good salt of the Earth people this. Is. Real. France races. What we're we're here for and this is the this is what makes our country possible also a great pr Opportunity Oh. Yeah. Oh brother you got it and so there was one story that really got to Louis. It was this guy named Jacques Port fate a he was a young boy and he was hanging out with his Powell's his running crew I. Know we all had one more kids as cattle boys. Yes. Yes. Yes. They were somewhere between eight to twelve and they were watching the cows right? They were cal poking. Cow. Tipping. I don't. I keep hearing I'm thinking of the freeze cow poke but. We're working live. We were a fan and we're a family showed too. So let's let's not explore the origins of that weird as term. Yeah. You're right at this exact moment. Now let's say these these young, these young cattleman on January twelve, seventeen, sixty, five. They were out there in the field doing their thing hanging out taking care of the livestock, the beast attacked. But these kids weren't you know they weren't running solo they were ranging in a crew when they had pike's. So together through cooperation, they manage defend the monster off and Jacques was portrayed as the protagonist the hero of the story and people loved his courage so much that the king heard about it and he thought. I don't know if this is altruism. Touched or if it was like a political move, but either way he he gave all the kids a reward and then he said. I'll pick you Jacques and you were going to be educated. We are GONNA, make a learned man out of you and I'm GonNa pay the TAB. I'll take care of all your tuition good job go peasants. You have you other lesser kids just can you know wither away in the streets for all take? And take the man and and of course, you can imagine this was used by the pro monarchy forces to be like look how much the king loves you. He such a lovely guy. He understands you. He's just like you. In fact, by the way, what's Pike is just appointee stick isn't that basically what a pike is, you got it. It's a really long pole weapon typically has beer in the end or pointed implement of some sort is here about heads on pikes when people are made an example out of a display them outside the castle gates on pikes. Exactly and the. The publicity around these children surviving the beasts also inspired the royal court to send out sanctioned royal hunters to find an eliminate this creature and I this point it's so weird to talk about mass media in late seventeen hundreds. But by this point people outside of France were following the stories to people across the Atlantic people in Boston were like, did you hear there's a new update on the beast of several doll? I know that Nolan I both sound like, Lumiere from beauty and the beast it's our only frame of Reference Casey shout out to you for your patience. How is it Mele? Little strong. Perfect pronunciation there. I've served leading into the Lumiere but that that is appropriate because we have no Casey learned that we've. We're just too excited about this story to make it one episode. There's too much cool. Stuff agreed this story is GonNa go some twisty and interesting places definitely don't see brotherhood of the wolf until after her this podcast. Yeah I would I would wait and I'm telling you. You'RE GONNA. Love it. Gosh. I, can't. I gotTa Watch. I'm going to watch this week and I haven't seen it I. Think I saw at once when it came out in theaters and I remember so much about it but you obviously been have a special for an owner on DVD and reminding me of things I kind of forgot. So I'm going to revisit that by the way. This is a crossover to another show that we do together stuff they don't want you to know. I watched yesterday was that I watched the movie vibes with. Jeff Goldblum. faulk. Highly recommend that one to anyone as well. If you like a thing like ghostbusters sort of goofy supernatural like ROM COM. I, was expecting it to be bad and I'm not saying it's good but it's like good. Vibe it has some serious vibes and that's all you can watch that on Amazon prime for free and I bet you brotherhood of the whistle where you can stream brotherhood nowhere. Really I was looking for a last night and. Physical media looks to be the only way right now, you're going to have to find yourself a dvd copy or write to us on Instagram facebook, and maybe Ben will out his copy for you I would. I would love to I think all three of us are. All of us are into the idea. There is already waiting list because we are going to send the DVD Casey. So, we can get some official evaluation there because you have not seen it Casey no I very much remember when this came out and I meant to say back when it did come out but I never got around to it and actually it looks like on dvd there's like a director cut so. There's some extra stuff in there that you may have not seen yet. Know Right off by love. Okay. Well, I'M GONNA have to get get a hold of that and yet I think you'll you'll get a kick out of cases it is beautifully shot and the acting. Great. Scenery chewing at times, but it's just a real interesting hybrid type movie that I don't think I've ever seen anything like it and we didn't ruin the film for You Casey by the way no no. Definitely not not one of those where like the. Bought Matters. As I'm reading as we're going through the story I'm realizing they. Did Yeah. Use a lot of the stuff from the real story but then they you know really just it up as you say like with. Come? Food. Supernatural. Weirdness and it's worth every moment invested. So highly recommend you check that out also highly recommend you check out our facebook group ridiculous historians where you can get in on the conversation about this and other episodes. All you gotta do is name names. 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The Lean Startup and the Long-Term Stock Exchange (with Eric Ries)

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The Lean Startup and the Long-Term Stock Exchange (with Eric Ries)

"Before we start Eric I have to say. Did you intentionally pick a building with gigantic stone pillars and marble lobby to start your stock exchange in. Obviously I was like what buildings documented do we. I don't completely blind to that stuff. No I have not. I did not weigh in on the decor of the list. The welcome to season five episode ten of acquired the podcast about great technology companies and the stories behind signed him. I'm Ben Gilbert and I'm the CO founder of Pioneer Square labs a startup studio and early stage venture fund in Seattle. I'm David Rosenthal. And I'm a general partner at. We've capital an early stage. Venture firm focused on marketplace's based in San Francisco and we are your hosts. Today we tell the story of an incredibly ambitious undertaking creating being a new stock exchange a long-term stock exchange that is earlier this year. The L. T. S. E. was approved by the SEC. As only the fifth body body was such a license and we have with us today none other than the founder and CEO. Eric Reese to talk about it. Welcome Eric thanks guys thanks for. I've been yeah. Yeah yeah yeah listener. As you may know Eric's name from his popular twenty eleven book the Lean Startup. The was actually started from an idea that Eric had well writing the book and there are a couple of paragraphs at the end that explore it and eight years later here we are with the L.. TSE as an approved national securities exchange and having raised sixty eight million dollars from venture funds including andries and Horowitz founders fund floodgate and many other top investors and was super. The phone was on the plane on the way back from visiting my family for Thanksgiving pulled out my copy of digital copy went through and there was a page and a half right at the end right at the end of the very last idea in the book practically. Yeah Yeah and You know I knew. It was going to be polarizing from the start. Start what I was writing the book so this is now go back to two thousand ten before the book even came out this. Is You know when the idea hatched for me and part of writing the lean startup. You can imagine I felt the pressure to eat my own dog food and use the techniques of lean startup in writing the book so it was a very iterative process and a ton of testing and experimentation and AB testing and and one of the final stages was. I sent the full manuscript out to a lot of test. Readers from different audience. archetypes of people wanted to influence. And how never forget one of the test readers. There's wrote me back and said the book is fine except that there's one thing you have to take out. There's this idea at the end of the Book Stock Exchange thing and listen you basically piss away. Hey the credibility you've carefully built up over two hundred ninety nine preceding pay dizzy. Just flush it all away and one in one pages that bad you must take it out of the manuscript so that was its suspicious is officious first reaction from test reader. So that's when I knew it was onto something. Yeah that reminds me of the Google Story. where Larry and Sergei working working out of the garage and an investor came by the lake? A friend of the ridiculous to meet them and they said Hey. We got this company working out of the garage. You WanNa read things like sneak me out back. I don't WanNa talk every once in a while. You know the conventional wisdom really serve you very very poorly really and and it's funny now because we've always been very polarizing but what people don't remember is that lean startup was very polarizing in the earliest now. Everyone's sounds like obvious. Of course we'RE GONNA we're at least pay lip service to it whether people actually do it or not for a different conversation Yeah era did your book coined the phrase minimum viable product. You know I had never heard that phrase before but in the years since people every once in a while we'll dig up like an academic paper from Nineteen eighty-four or whatever or somebody used. Apparently it has been used has been used before. But I think I am primarily the one to blame over use of the phrase. Mvp I apologize anyone who's sick and tired about hearing about pivots or whatever. That's that's awesome. I mostly wave. Portfolio portfolio companies to all your portfolio companies is listeners. It's worth knowing before we dive in the has an ambitious vision to fix many of the problems. uh-huh that they see in the public markets today from short termism abrupt changes in governance from so called tourist investors and visibility into who a public company's shareholders really are so we're excited to explore some of the companies disruptive and as Eric as you put it out controversial ideas today and and discuss sort of will it be a decade from now as widely accepted as the lean startup has so listeners. We had an awesome L.. P. Episode with Vlad Magdalene the founder founder and CEO of Web flow this past week as with many of our l. p. shows we went deep with him on the Nitty Gritty of company building. What he's learned on his journey from building the no code would website builder that has taken the industry by storm? You can become an acquired limited partner to get access by clicking the link in the show notes or going to glow dot FM slash acquired. And if you stick around after this episode you can hear an excerpt from that show before we dive in. I want to thank the sponsors of all of season five Silicon Valley Bank earlier this week. I caught up with our sponsor so let's dive in for a little Q.. And A. I'm here today with managing director Louis Hauer in SBB's startup banking in practice. So Lewis you work with primarily seed and series a companies. What has changed in the last year or two for them? And how does that relate to what Eric is doing with the long-term Stock Exchange strange given that. That's so much later. Down the life cycle of a company. Thanks Ben Yeah. The biggest thing that we're seeing in the early stage ecosystem is a massive flight to quality. year-over-year deal count is down thirty percent but the amount invested is up almost two wrecks which is indicating these companies have to be at a level level of metrics and traction that we have never really seen before and it's very important for those companies to realize that starting that at the early the stage is what sets them on the path to have not only the traction but long-term the transparency in showing that. There's a core business that lies. There are allow them to be listed on a long-term stock exchange and can be viewed differently in the market than some of the things were saying today that don't have a core underlying business model straight out of the gate great insight and relates a lot to what we've talked about previously on the show as sort of seed is the new series. A I think you framed it nicely as a flight to quality absolutely. Thanks Louis Thank you. Thank you and now onto the long-term stock exchange but before that before the lean startup. You were to the a couple pretty fat start ups Much has been written and said of course about your history and how lean startup movement got started. But when can you studied at Yale right and then you graduated and you joined a startup at the time called there dot com which was an early virtual world. Oh yeah and I believe I'm getting I'm getting my history rate operated for three or four years without launching a product just hiring tons of people raising tons of cash and then then burst out into the world like how how did you. You're a senior at Yale. How did you decide Omega code joy this crazy thing so our first of all you gotta go back in your time machine i? I was originally in the class of two thousand. So the DOT com bubble swept through the world while I was an Undergrad but new haven connecticut was like basically basically the last stop on the train. Before the whole thing imploded. So I did. I dropped out of school and I did a startup from my dorm room. which you know could've would've should've been facebook but we didn't exactly know what we were doing so we had kind of like the first half of the movie? The social network experience was it actually social network or was that are here. But I'll tell you where I did tell you you think this is a good idea. We thought that college students from top Universities Ivy League universities should create online profiles for the purpose of sharing. Sounds like a terrible idea. which was that wasn't so bad? What was so funny about it now? I can joke about. China's is horrible but we thought that they should use Promo for some experience. You know real business so we thought they should create profiles for getting a job resume database in share the profiles with employers. Who wanted to hire them? So we were very focused. Sort of like an evergreen monster dot com well. It wasn't job postings but resume database. It was weird like in some ways. It was not sterling now crazy idea like then do analytics onto fecta match the right people to the right jobs jobs and there was certain sensibleness to it but first of all if we had actually understood the concept of a pivot and if someone had even suggested to us the idea that we could pivot into being facebook we would have been totally dismissive. We're trying to build a real business really understand what a real business was. So we had no concept the idea that there's like. Do you have a digital marketplace or that the then at tension based product would be but we had none of that none of that insight and it was very very much of a of a moment when people were building digital technology knowledge without a clear purpose as to why we saw that everyone was doing it and she says what we wanted to do and so so we did. It fits right into that. We were you at Yale at the same time as Matt Colour present I was. Yeah I remember. I remember when he was a McKinsey consultant We we had coffee one day. He's like getting. I should join the technology industry thinking about some things you could work on. So yeah it's it's a small club of people from that world. Who went on to map would of course be one of the first employees linked in conversant police at facebook at one of the most important facebook early employees? Yeah on the business side really And it's a great BC. Now Yeah but anyway. That's so you were building a social network for college. Students focused on recruitment. And he would. We'd had any sense at all we would call in. What should we do? What should we do but we I went to work? I went to work at Lincoln linked into and I was like Iowa. What's and I was like well? I already know about social networks. And it's never going to be anything like the biggest problem element of being in in in entrepreneurship as you. You learn what not GonNa work. That's not something that can ever be learned because just because it didn't work before doesn't necessarily work the next time and that's what's the hardest in venture investing. I trust us all crazy over fit on the data that you have access to anyway. Long Story Short. I went back to start failed so unlike the facebook founders. I went back back to school and finish my degree. If you've ever watched one of those movies about entrepreneurship or like the plucky protagonist goes back to the people who would never work. And they're like you were wrong. I was right Aurora in real life. You get to be the one to go back and remember when you said I should not drop out of school cause something will become a bit. You're right back. Thanks for that adviser Homework. Yeah it's totally brutal awful experience but I love the process of being able to translate ideas into products. It's like so quickly in the rapid pace in rate of startups. So when I graduated I was thinking about what to do next and I you know it was just applying to jobs. I didn't know if I would do a start up where I would go to a the company I looked at looked lost off and my resume came across the desk of this crazy virtual reality startup in Menlo Park and they flew me out. And you know we'd allred alread Snow crash on the same side. Books coming it's coming next year for sure it's been coming for a long time and they sold me on this incredible vision. You know with a pretty small company. At the time that I joined they had really high quality venture capital backers and I wanted to apprentice myself to the best entrepreneurs I could find so I was like. This is an incredible management team. These people really know what they're talking about it exactly exactly what to do all the things I did wrong. I want to learn how to do it right. And what's what's the story now. Is that by modern standards. It wasn't even that big of a disaster. We raise so much more money now comes to actually chugged along for fifteen years right like it didn't didn't die right away but like you know I'm ready to tell people. In my my life I started lean startup. I'd be like the joke of their comments that raised fifty million dollars with no customers so and people would be like ooh and and now it's like what was it the seed round. Oh was that. Why is that a lot? I talked to students down there like they. Don't get the joke right then what happened. I'm like no that's got a lot of money that we set on and they're like what so you know it's very different Arab. But unlike today we did not have any of the vocabulary of lean startup so he had no concept lots of minimum product pivots and stuff so self consciously waterfall style development by the time the product launch. I remember we had almost two hundred employees. We we had a whole warehouse full of customer service Reps to handle the zero customer demand that all the consumer product You know big nationwide launch. TV and everything and the only problem was that the customers never read the business plan so they didn't know what to do other than that. It was was a brilliant thing and it was an incredible team. That team has gone on to found an incredible array of startups and they've created generates so much value in the world So it was really a very talented group of people but what companies came out of it Orissa the network equipment company that the CTO there and founder was the CTO of of their. Well I I should be named robbing logical people and I'm like everyone I don't mention we'll be about a bunch of early Asana people Were were there folks. Actually and then. A lot of their people were early. Google employees because as as their did rounds of layoffs the earlier you got laid off from there the earlier. You wound up at Google so the the first people that laid off made the most money by far. You're so it was just funny. Funny how this world works and no one should ever take investment advice for me because I had many friends who went to go work at pre IPO. Google they're like. Hey you should come check this this thing out. It's can't tell you exactly why but you should come and I google what's it. Yeah good I'm Amac Koehler told US I can do this Lincoln thing. What does that facebook is that really going to be a thing so I I have turned down all the big all the big opportunities in this era and now you can pitch them to come list with you and it's actually but it turned out to be for the best because is Because I I went up on a path that I wouldn't I wouldn't trade for anything but it certainly I mean you know if you're gonNA work in this business and especially if gonna be in Silicon Valley you will have to confront in front like the financial cost of the road taken like every day every year all the time and if your mode if you if you get ego attached and you're motivated by the financial rich I. It is a really horrible way Roy to live so it forces you to Only look forward. Well you can do that although I think that can be pretty stressful to or or trying to develop actual equity about the outcome. Don't really have control over what's going to happen. And the uncertainty is so high. You can't predict and you had to come to accept that if you're GonNa Make Entrepreneurship ship in the entrepreneur ecosystem a crear which is really like. That's a new thing possible in history like that wasn't that was not even really new in the last ten years Larry Very. You're talking belly. You're the crazy. One parent is proud. You know until ten years ago that their kid is leaving a great education turning down the job at the big company and making making no money in starting a company new phenomenon. Yeah yeah can be hard for the family and others to to understand. But I think now we're starting to build up this idea that it can be a valid valid career and therefore can have a certain kind of job security attached to it even though the individual companies may fail so I think that's a very exciting very exciting development. So you leave there as it's all imploding around you and you start another company. I am view and one of your investors is Steve Blank. How did you meet Steve? He was there investor so I was very lucky I mean honestly. I don't deserve any of this. I was very very fortunate. the refugees from there. You know couple of them picked me to be a CO founder of another company and they were the ones that had the prestige and the relationships. I was just the junior guy in the engineering team. You know what I know. And so they recruited Stephen a bunch of other investors. Like high is a very silicon valley thing. I know we just lost you a ton of money but how how. `Bout you give us some more money and this time will actually make you some money. And you know most of investors like they've you're GONNA be a good investor and you have an entrepreneur that you like you can't let the fact that they lost your money honey deter you from making the next investment. They did that he was one of them but he steals idea was hey guys I don't mind spending more money on fire here but how about you guys audit my class that I'm I'm just starting to choose typically at the time. Yeah Yeah we were in the very first or second year. He was teaching. What would he called customer development at Berkeley and and My co-founder night which left up down from Palo Alto and that was a new free time whenever his whole discipline. But I was in the room when a roomful of Berkeley. Mba Students. Every class class session would like argue with him and push back and be like. This is the stupidest thing I've ever heard. I imagine that and it was funny as that. He came from an enterprise background. People don't remember Epiphany Epiphany big enterprise software you know dot com phenomenon and he would be presenting stories from in the NBA. Whatever you present? MBA's BA's they'll be like sure it would work for X.. But it'll never work for why like whatever X and Y. It doesn't matter so they'd be like sure old man that works for enterprise but how would it ever worked for consumer and and of course we then did it at 'em view and then I would be teaching business because he would often invite me to guest lecturers class or whatever and if I meet with. NBA well sure. Of course it's going to work for consumer but how it ever work in the difficult world of enterprise and he's like every just pick a lane look at criticism that you WANNA have no. That's not how it is. But it was considered completely crazy. Steve he he even among in Silicon Valley people thought he was not and the crazy notion at that time for him was that you need to aggressively. Listen to your customers and that it's not about about your vision and it's about what they tell you and then you need to inform your product roadmap based on customer discovery. He was arguing for a parallel discipline to product development. And he'd had his like really raw thinking about what do you do if you're the head of marketing for a waterfall style engineering company. That is absolutely convinced that their product is going to work after they set all the money on fire into the big launch. Like what can you do about that. I remember reading last year being very derogatory towards engineers. This is not not Steve. This is not how engineers behave and of course he's like yeah it is. I know that there's a new generation. We're do agile and do this. And you know he had never heard of that stuff. He was from a different a different time so it was a cool. It was very cool meeting of the minds eventually where he was coming at this from a marketing view where you should have these customer conversations in a very disciplined way and he was trying to get bring some rigor to to that marketing activity so that engineers would take it seriously. That's I mean that was really the whole point of it is like how do you sit down with a very technical team and tell them. Listen with all due respect. We're building the wrong product. Yeah Yeah you might. It might be technically excellent. But it's the wrong product and now we have much better terminology in theory. And we've come a long way since those original was framed. Stephen even in his thinking about this was he influenced by crossing the chasm. Yeah Yeah He. He was very into crossing the chasm and the innovators dilemma. Yeah you think about Jeff Morton and of course Steve and like an think about its till now they're marketers like they're coming from a marketing background in Lake. I wanted to ask you how you got inspired. And presume presume worked with Steve to denigrate the lean startup after four steps to the Pitney was already out there. What was the insight of? Hey this can be bigger and brought to a broader audience. You know I was just frustrated. I had never had a master plan to do this. I just like I remember buying copies of forceps epiphany for like everyone on my team raw everyone. Everyone read this on Friday. Come into the office on Monday and we're doing it starting Monday. Now is my theory of change. When I was in view it was my job to try to explain? Explain why we did things the crazy way that we did them. Because I came from during practice so we always focus on speed of deployment right continuous deployment sink. Think what we would call now. Single piece flow from manufacturing applied to software development itself viewing designed but undeployed features as work in progress inventory and therefore for a liability untested. Invalid assumptions our inventory. And our bad not good so you don't want to build that stuff up you want to rush it out as soon as I would try to explain A.. And makeup theories and I was constantly trying to come up with a language and a fury for why but yeah I certainly have been advocating for kind of like somewhat dubious and unpopular ideas. I have the either staying power for that and it took me a long time to even give it a name. I try by the way took a long time to find a way to talk about this us that I could get civilians interested in like process junkies and people who are in demand like academic academics whatever but like actual shool work people who work for a living who are. I'm just trying to get my job done today. I don't really want to hear about your ninety two step process. Don't want this thing to fail. But I do a job to do. Yeah and so took me a long time I I ran the like employees orientational. Envy like just explain to our own employees. Why do we do things in such a crazy way? Why why I I've been an MP for like five years and you know? They brought like very old classics. I brought it professionals. EEO We didn't totally get along. I was like you know what I'm not going to be the founder founder. WHO has to be kicked out? I'm just going to vow volunteer at transition out so I was thinking about. What do I do next all? VC's were calling me. Hey you should come up like this. Is You know. I didn't know what the career path and I was like. I was like this all very interesting and I was thinking about what to do next. And this funny things are happening where. VC's would ask me to come meet with portfolio companies that. We're going to slow because I had this reputation because of imbues engineering prowess that I could magically adjective make engineering teams totally. How the mind of a you know Burqa mid-2000s era VC? Worked which is just like. Oh these guys. They got some fairy dust. I don't know what I don't know how this thing works but like you just sprinkle that over there you got you got exactly right and I would be like no no actually. I'm not special at all. I just have this superior theory and they'd be like sure. Sure sure. Could you just do the dust anyway so I go and have these meetings and meet him go like this the VC would tell the company this guy can really really help you. You should invite him for a meeting a friend of the firm. Yeah friend of the firm the worst so then they have to do it so they invite call me. Would you do us a favor and come have have a meeting. Sure come meet the whole management team symbol for me and I was telling them stories about what did work for us at Info and I would say. We ships offered a production of forty times a day on average fridge. And they'd be like that. That could work for like three or three percent team but it can never work for a six person team or whatever I remember size and they were never worked for size end times too. And I'm like no no no. We've doubled the DOT COM and they will start to get angry and they would yell. I get yelled at these meetings. They'd be like that's crazy. That could never ask you for the meeting in the first place. I know what's going on. I thought I was just really bad. At having these meetings they would go so badly and the people would hate my guts and ejected. You're like you know what I need to do. I need to write a book about this because it's going so well. I wish that at the end of the meeting I'd be like listen. You called me for this meeting. You asked me here as a favor and now you're mad at me and you decide Mike. I'm not telling you a theory. I'm just telling you a story of what I witnessed with my own eyes. You think I'm lying so that kept happening to me and this great idea if I write some of these stories down the next time somebody calls me for meetings I can say hey. Why don't you read this first? And if you think I'm crazy maybe let's not have the meeting and then I don't get yelled at. This was my genius plan. Okay that's how far ahead I was thinking so the other thing you don't understand about that time is startup. People didn't blog blogging was. Nobody had I. I was one of those I can tell you. All the bloggers writing Silicon Valley at that time because when I started blogging they all reached out to me because I showed up in their HDP refer logs and these these blogs were so low traffic. They could tell when a new person entered the scene. Dave McClure Sean Ellis and Andrew Chan all called me within a month of my starting to blog. Ugh To be like what's up. Who are you and of course they were asking? Who are you because I did not put my name on my blog because I was embarrassed about it it was anonymous? What was your blog called? It was called startup. Startup lessons learned in the passive voice. Not by anybody they had been learned the starter bed learned at home mysteriously and and that's how it started and then people wanted to know who I was and they wanted to hear what I had to say and I was like. Oh I better give this theory name and I started talking about it as lean startup and the concepts of MVP's and pivots had you already started to crystallize those at this point or did that come through. Yeah Yeah I did. But it wasn't like crystal clear it was like I had this constellation of concept some of which have been long since left behind like I. I was every bit as excited about teaching people about engagement loops which is the retention flipside of viral loops. which nobody what he wanted to hear about that viral loops were too complicated and it was? I was like but that's just as important. That's how you know the college at really landed for people he's actually still a failing of startups. Today's everyone focuses. This is on getting your cat down so few people focus on retention and even less people focus on like revisiting pricing strategy. You have all these different levers. These are unbelievably mis-priced. I've never worked at a startup. Where a very simple set of experiments on pricing hasn't revealed dramatic differently economics at its? It's embarrassing you know. It was just a very special time where there was incredible. Hunger for new ideas about entrepreneurship and this thing went up taking over my life. Wow this wild experiment. We're spending about this. This really changed the fabric of the ecosystem link in reflecting back on it. Can you identify like what were some of the winds that were in the air at that point in time that Lake people were hungry for different way of thinking about startups. Yeah it's hard to remember now but ten years ago is a financial crisis. Yep Yeah R I p good time whole oh things so first of all. It's very convenient to be known as the lean startup guy at a time when sequoia capital telling everyone to cut costs and I got a lot of phone calls from founders. Who would be like? Hey I heard you can help me get office lease you help me with Repo on furniture like how do I get rid of these Iran chairs to lower my burn rate differently in buddy. Yeah and what's funny is I what tell people you would call me for. These red vice burn is listened. The bill measure learn feedback. With the reason it's important is we can analyze every dollar you spend and we can ask ourselves that dollar helping us learn critical things that need to know right now about your company or not if it is it's worth spending on and if it's not you should cut it whether it's a crisis or not. It's it's pure waste so just don't do it and you can imagine the furniture guys would be like. Thanks things that really helpful advice buddy like anyway but my office people not very theory reoriented so it took me a long long time to figure out how to make this practical for folks that they could actually do it. I I really never dreamed that it would have the kind of impacted it's it's Quite moving thing. Actually I want to tell the story in media wrestle little bit so the natural next question would be how did this lead to starting L. Tse. But I think link to to set the stage for listeners. Air Can you give us a high level overview of what on earth are you doing and then let's get to. How did you get here and why? Oh what am I doing now. What is your lts's so one of the privileges of getting to work with so many companies? I mean I have you name. An Order of magnitude of company any from like two founders garage up to the biggest multinationals and governments in the world and I've had the privilege of the last ten years of working with all of them because once the lean startup hits and becomes a thing. It's not a startup. WanNa talk to you right. No huge companies and nonprofits and NGOs we talk about. There's a whole community of people that study lean startup for national defense within the five is intelligence alliance across nations. I mean it's crazy. How many places this thing has gone and in particular many of the early startups who were just two people in a garage? When they first heard about sort of they grew and got to product market fit so I I was really a privilege to get to work with some these companies as they scaled up and then yet to be called into these much bigger companies? And it's like there's some things that are different at ten people one hundred one thousand ten thousand one hundred thousand three hundred thousand a million or more but but there's some things that are very consistent and so I had had this experience and to me. It felt like being issued backstage pass to capitalism. I get to see how business I've lived in California mine practically my whole life and now here I am traveling the world and getting to see all these problems and no matter where you go no matter who you talk to you say like what are the problems that afflict your organization might be. Everyone's like short termism. Were living quarter to quarter. You know we can't make the right. Investments were not really focused on a long-term we have bad ownership. They all have constancy of purpose. Like is just a epidemic problem. Can't read Elon Musk's twitter feed here or or wherever I mean it just it's some it's like one of the very few things at pretty much. Everyone in business agrees on and yet if you ask people what are we going to do about it. It's like asking. What are we gonNA do about gravity? You're not GONNA do anything about it. It's just a fact of life it's like it's like who do I complain to about gravity. Nobody you just fall down when you fall down like that just how and so like we've attributed especially in Silicon Valley. We treat the facts of our capital markets and the infrastructure of our financial reality as facts of nature when they are in fact human creations in their changeable. And for whatever reason this always struck me as wrong. So Lt is our attempt to fix that. Problem by aligning ourselves with the next generation of leaders of companies who have a very different value system than what's come before. Four and their employees are activists. They care a lot about sustainability diversity and equality they genuinely believe will dilute or not like they genuinely only believed that Companies can be forced to change the world for the better and they want financial infrastructure. That supports that vision and there isn't any yeah. Yeah and so. This is a crazy. I know that the L.. TSE as a regulated body is very flexible in the type of guidelines. They they defer to the entrepreneur. Are You let the company sort of pick a lot of the mechanics that they want to bring in. What are some example ideas that you've had of mechanics that can change these things for the better later that companies who list on the L. TSE versus the Nasdaq or in conjunction with the Nasdaq or near exchange? What mechanics could fix this stuff? Yes so this is a very careful balance. And I've learned this over many years now of testing and testing and testing and refining this. Really you without which we would definitely be dead that ah we need to have a principles based approach here so we need companies to say. I'm willing to sign up to these principles. For example that the long-term investors are my valued partners and should be rewarded accordingly. That I'm GONNA treat all of my stakeholders as first class members of my decision making process my employees my community my vendors suppliers my customers. You know the acid test of certain companies in recent years is when you discover that their scientific typic- research that shows that your product is unhealthy and addictive for your customers. Are you GONNA do anything about it or are you going to bury the research and like think how different our world would be if if certain companies have made certain choices that are different than they did make versus like think about an older generation of leaders. Like when you know tylenol famously. Had to recall all the pills off every shelf in America Erica. How like the short term pain of but they did? They did it because they might have been necessary yet. Because they understood that earning the public's trust over the long run is far more important important in the short term creative for all shareholders. Exactly right so you can just pledge those principles like Mba raw raw third in your value. You want to be like we're going to be so great and all this stuff every S. one every Atalanta's unbelievable right. We work to right. And that's the the problem. Investors take those Aspirations and they and they just put it in the shredder. Yes like this isn't even worth the paper printed on because how do I know that you're serious about it. So the idea of L.. TSE is companies should commit to these principles by making a binding pledge to operationalize each one and the flexibility. That we have created is so that it doesn't one-size-fits-all L.. Every company does exactly the same thing but every company has to do something real and we act as the certifying body to say. Yeah that's real or it's not so you make it by sort of registering during the implementation of such a pledge with you it then becomes like a securities violation to break. You got it exactly right. So there's real enforcement penalties if you don't do it and therefore only the good companies would do. The bad companies would be crazy to do this so you have like the perfect self selection. That's what you want so for example one of my favourite's is public companies today. Generally speaking don't know who their owners are which you can't run a private company this way. We obsessed about getting the smart money on the Cap Table and the idea that when you go public and just give it up. Well whoever happens to buy it. I guess it's fine and I've met so many companies who like they literally pay for a service. I love this. This is my favorite five service surveillance. Stocks surveillance hiring the CIA to go suss out. Who owns like no? You need to know who your investors are therefore know what they will make sure that you're actually aligned so we believe that every company has the right to know who it's long-term investors are but in exchange for that transparency should reward. Them should give them additional. Voting rights should give them additional economics mixed additional superior capital raising opportunities at that kind of thing. So that's like that's a principle that's like very high level but we drive it. Down into the market micro structure and make it make it in real and so let's dive one of those. What what could superior economics means? So if I hold the stock longer my stock could become more valuable. Yeah you can have a progressive dividend. That's paid out preferentially to those who have held longer. Are you know especially for as far as I know. All of history of Equity Securities is this concept of preferred equity and common equity commit. There could be other classes of equity. That's grand. Those different classes can have different economic. It's actually a very old idea. And when you talk to like old timers and securities securities law and and corporate structure. That are like. Yeah sure this isn't that isn't like impossible to do. It's just practically speaking. We don't do it because there's so many forces that pressure people into conformity and yet how ironic that we as the industry of innovation are hyper conformist conservative about how we structure sure companies and how we make them bring them to the public and then now we've kind of stopped doing so now were were so unhappy about the public markets. We're taking our ball and going home and were not to Public until very very late in their life. And how anti-social is that these companies selected for fifteen years. When you were saying a minute ago about I I hadn't put two and two together either which is funny? We bring up the financial crisis so many times on this show. You know whether that's it really every everything of this era. I think it's so right to say that shaped the desire for the lean startup movement there also are like a bunch of trends similar huge trans in the financial world. Debt of Kinda lead I think to. LTS's ultra a great. I'd love to hear your thoughts one so I either make nick trading yeah public markets so you went from whether you're a value investor growth investor like whatever it was like people were hitting buttons to make trades and no longer not that long ago. Oh and now most. Most trading in most ownership in the public markets are not people hitting buttons machines hitting buttons and they hit them a lot faster and they care a lot less about the long-term mm-hmm to index funds. Right so now you have a whole nother class which is a huge portion of the public equity market. which isn't even anybody making the decision? It's just a passive. This fund is going to track the market. Now we have the rise of passive funds. We have competing index providers who have different index formulas for what tracking the market is so the decision making is just been moved from the fund manager to the Algorithm of the index provider abstraction on abstraction. It's getting wild so now you have a situation. I think in the public markets where what used to be a loud cacophony of voices in the marketplace voting on buying and selling shares. The number of active human voices has been reduced hugely information. Flowing into the Marcus information. So you can be if you're allowed. Activist shareholder older dissenting voice. Or whatever you can now be heard in a lot if you move the stock all these passive index and Algorithms trading is GonNa move with. You can have a huge. You'd impact on his stomach and importantly right now. Governance is tied one to one with ownership. And so you have these very short term investors who just arrived you too can vote and change control of the company which makes sense they own it but eric. LTS allows for a different view on that. Can you talk a little bit about separating. Yeah sure actually what one thing real quick before that. So then you have snapchat go public or you have all these companies going public now with multi class share structures snappers like the most egregious of like. No you guys get no votes and I understand it as a founder. You're like screw this like. Yeah but yeah okay. So what's the other path. Well Yeah I mean I get the view that if you can be emperor emperor for life why not pretty good Gig but I think it first of all. I think it's really important that people should see the fact that founders are taking. These extreme measures is a reflection of an extreme problem. Like these are extreme reactions to an extreme problem and I would point the two of them first of all in the old days when I first got in this business a founders. We're in the biggest rush to go public. Because they're billion dollars about to become fully liquid. Make money I do that. You would put off becoming a liquid billionaire for ten extra years. I guess not an act of greed. Yeah there's something else is going on here. Is People are putting off their own mega payday now. Of course there are secondary transactions like. They're not starving or anything but like generally speaking highly capitalistic and competitive people would rather have one billion dollars in like fifty million dollars and they're choosing not to do to that end. The founders are one thing right but like the venture investors rate. Like your Benon. I run funds. You know men we would really lake to distribute returns to rl piece so that we can raise new funds but lake then that would actually be better for the ecosystem as a whole like one of the prominent having all these early returns terns are frozen. They're not being recirculated. Like the thirty and so there's not as much. Even though we have a lot of seeds sage activity right now we have exponentially more if we would unfreeze all these all all these transactions and similarly like very few founders can actually justify perpetual dual class control of a company right. Even if you're like I'm the greatest. CEO that could ever happen. Suppose like what even if you develop dementia or even if your children aren't as good a CEO as you. They should inherit the company from you. Like that's called feudalism utilize them like we have. We have a lot of political experience with these systems that we know does not go well and most founders. If you really pressed them in private they'll say I don't. I don't think this makes that much sense. But that's how bad standard governance is so eric. What's an example mechanic? Then where David. I like the way you painted it. That for a long time. Economics maxine governance were really tightly coupled except for companies like media companies. Where you know there was a reasonable argument of wide? A dual class structure should be independent from the subject not recovering exactly. Yeah and then the last five eight years we see this incredible rise in massive massively separated classes where the founders on everything. There's no way to ever change that. Sometimes the common gets no vote. It's it's crazy and what's a way that you could have a middle ground. Yeah I think the compromise that I personally think is as best as if you're going to be dual class organized is I think that's okay but then you have to have a way for the long-term investors to join you in that privileged class and they have it to be able to earn their way into the better class they can join you in co-determination of the company that's really in the company's long term interest because except for the very few of these founders that are investing in immortality -ality everyone else's planning to die so there will be another CEO of this company one day and your dual class protections will not protect them. So what's the plan for for the next. CEO of you're really thinking about. I want to create a lasting institution. What's the plan? Why would the next? CEO Care at all about your ethos of multistakeholder development. WHOA you're ethos of long-termism like why they right? They could easily be as good as you do vetting them they can just be like you know what my incentive to run quarter to quarter. Screw this so. We have to rely on all of the long-term stakeholders in the company including the long tenured employees and hopefully this Nexio as himself along tendered employees but also the long-term investors should all have a superior perio- voting opportunity just like you do as a founder so you can imagine like every quarter that you hold the stock at adding some multiplier to the amount of votes you get exactly like the the the. LTS's software makes it possible for companies to design programs like this because they can track the long-term ownership in real time and if you trade out and if you knew who who the investors are whereas getting so we don't mandate this specific voting system because it's controversial and there's some people who they think like one unshared two votes. It's like those Big Wall Street Journal article about this whole one share two votes basically like how hedge funds they borrow extra money like right at the last second before a proxy contest to get extra votes like that day A. and then get her and just like I think that's indefensible but that's currently allowed under the rule so there's a big debate about what's the best system and I kind of feel like because none of these systems is exactly right. We should just have more experimentation with different models till we find the right one. I happen to like this particular one but you know that would make sense for like Google type company that that really has control and his founder owned and I could see that making sense I could imagine different different scenarios for other companies and I could imagine a small cap company saying you know. We don't don't WanNa mess around with voting control isn't even really issue. The issue is just creating an incentive for people to be long-term investors. And until this do something like a progressive and so so I'm not ideological about it. I just like neither side can really justify what's advocating for and we like this. You see this a lot an ideological battles where everyone's like drawn to more extreme positions because because no they don't feel like if you give those people an inch they'll take the whole thing right and so not to make any Meta commentary here. It's interesting I mean. Let's say it is like we're making sort of interesting political allegories and I've heard you describe this before as allowing your long term shareholders to become citizens of the republic with you and sort of. Let's get away from this sort of feudalism mentality. And let's say. Look if you want to go on a twenty year journey with us where you continue buying up your position the company you know you help us make good decisions wins you own this thing for the long. Of course you should be more participatory in helping US figure out where it's going next year. I think it's actually very logical and really genuine win-win win so easy even a win for the quantitative guys this was a surprise to a bunch of these quantitative traitors. Like they're they're not immoral there immoral from the point of view of companies. It's not that they're trying to do something harmful they just don't care so I tell you. I was sitting with a quantum trader and I was trying to explain this system to him and he was just like I don't get it. Who cares why it just I don't wise? It's important and I was like imagine a hypothetical with me. Imagine one day in the future you've engineered an artificial short against a company and today the stock is down ten percent so you just made a lot of money and he was like yeah. He's like Siennas face. I watch billions of this is this is an awesome story. Tell me I'm like okay. What do you realize that the next day like three thousand middle managers who work at that company are running around because there's a crisis time to change the company's strategy because the Stock Price The stock price should just handle this on the Disney plus episode like when Disney was they had their earnings call on August twenty fifteen and they were like we're seeing disruption in the cable industry cord cutting is happening? ESPN is down. And they had plans for Disney plus stock dropped ten percent there were like we are accelerating the plans for Disney plus case it was the right decision the League but a lot of Disney stock price megs a lot impact. Oh so and so the guy was like he was like why he couldn't understand why anyone anyone would care he's like it's just a short. It doesn't have anything to do with them. You know here. Intrinsic values identical to what was just as valuable and the strategy was and I was like so you are approving of your role in governance here in changing the company's strategy was like this makes no sense when I short cattle futures cows don't care this this guys not someone who cares about governance trying to wreak havoc. He's average holding period in a security as ten minutes so he was just driving to me when he his. I had this policy that he hated that. If they get a proxy they must vote The proxy lot of a lot of mutual funds a lot of firms that you get a proxy you have an obligation to vote and it to him. It was like I held it for ten minutes and I was so unlucky. I was fishing and I pulled up a boot. Like oh man now. I had to vote this do proxy I have no. He's trying to get his book down to zero so when proxy he would he would love it so I was like. Would you prefer. He's like he's genuinely a tourist. In the best sense of the word he does not care. He's just passing through. Do he just wants to get the money like he's doing a technical thing and so he would love for somebody else's probably would love to have that be completed device. She makes sense to him and then we talked a lot of long-term investors especially the big asset owners. We have built the world's most efficient trading system in history for trading hundred share. Lots if you WANNA trade trade one hundred shares of stock. It's awesome you trade three million shares. Now you've got to go. Yeah you WANNA do that. You got to go to a big investment bank and you got to engineer junior a block trade. It's difficult market when the market is closed. Like all this kind of stuff. Yeah it's really. It's very expensive and hard end for a lot of technical reasons that I don't know that would be of interest to your listeners. Most long term investors are chronically under weight the companies. They really believe in because they cannot get the allocation they want. They can't get into the adventure funds they can't get onto a roadshow they don't trade enough and then once a company is public they can do the large block transactions. They WANNA do the stock price to go up now they. They've like missed their targets or they're under like normally in the old old days you would buy a big position it would go up. You would take the gains from that position to buy more but if you missed the train now your target is behind and so you can't do it so they actually can't get the ownership they want and so companies even in even in some of these direct listings. We're seeing lots and lots of really good companies who just they have too few long-term from investors on the table and it's not. It's not actually good situation for anybody and this is the craziest part now. You mentioned those guys aren't setting the price because the price is set by the trades that are being execute short term holder. Then you're not making trade dot helping Info push the information at the end of the market about exactly right so that that drives way more volatility raigmore raigmore confusion for employees employees are generally long term shareholders. And so they're watching the ticker everywhere and I mean. It's just it I ask. CEO's have taken the company public biggest change. You noticed afterwards afterwards. I always like everyone's on Yahoo Finance everyday now. Is it still true that employees are the longest term holders. I felt like when I was at Microsoft that everyone was dumping their stock all the time. Just like I mean. If you're you're you can probably guess what doc band but but you you are by necessity because of your grandpar- like you get a grand right and then and you ve vastly lead over four years so if you think about the concept of career equity which is like the really the financial term that dominates most employees of most organizations compensation is their perception of future promotion opportunities people that are trying to make a career out of place are very long that places survival and so for them to. I think it's actually toxic for them to be on Yahoo Finance so like if you use longer term compensation instruments we see we sell software to companies to provide the information managed to employers in a better way. But if you know for example if you know in real time what. The long-term investors are doing as a class. Then you can report to your own employees. Here's the in the price as a perceived by our long-term investors with all noise removed. And you'll realize that like most days nothing happened. The fundamental the company my Dream Mondays have a big ticker somewhere where the same number just goes by industrial average and just the same number going by because most days nothing happened. All this noise is just that it's it's it's just oh wait something does happen. It's news the primary markets have gotten so perverted now debt lake. What I'm about to say is very much a idealist versus reality but it's kind of like the private markets and venture investing right lake at evaluation is assigned to accompany a venture firm invested the evaluation? You go work for awhile. Twelve thirteen minutes. Go by but there's another step change in valuation. Yeah I mean I know a lot of founders that no one in DC and and a lot of people can't believe this but I know a lot of founders. There's who don't think there should be continuous trading route. I think about like how Eli must run. Space X There's a regularly scheduled company driven auction where people can buy in or sell the company sets the price it's extremely restrictive as a regime. And there's a reason so unhappy in the public market is also assisting in the private motifs incomplete company. They'll probably never ever go public. Yes what he's what he that's what he said was so. That's so this is the other trend. I wanted to get your thoughts on really. I think. Probably since you've started l.. TSE this whole massive expansion of the private market staying private longer people. We've talked about on the show before I remember when when Dave Goldberg was CEO Survey Monkey and he said. I'm never taking this company. WE'RE GONNA be private for life and obviously now there are public companies. That's different but the Dave sadly longer with US NASA said Ray said. How have you guys learned learned through all of this change? That's happened as you've been guilty. Se I was talking to a VC five years ago. And he said to me. Eric I just don't get it if private companies can raise unlimited capital on whatever terms. They want whenever they want with. No disclosure requirements no accountability on ability. No publicity why would they go public and I was like great. Let's let us interpret your sentences a bit field and let's make make each clause of those a bit. I agree with all the switches are set to true. You're like really like there's a thermostatic equilibrium that exists at all times within the private and public markets. And if you make being private relatively more attractive or being public relatively less attractive you will cause more gas to one side of the chamber than the others will. Companies will be prevalent. It's like a very. I'm very predictable consequence of policy choices that we've made as a society I was. Do you honestly believe that all those bits will be true forever and he was like. I'm not sure I was. I was like well. Why don't you call me back when the when the bleep hits the fan because this is coming and the time to have invested in a solution to this problem blom is not the day that everything crumbles but five years ahead of time so you should really be investing in LTS seen it didn't work but but other way and now here we are an all every one of those things is under under threat right? We have seen all kinds of manage Harvard. We work you know. And there was not to name any names but we have seen horrible mismanagement in the private the markets we've seen valuations. That are totally out of control. And my personal pet peeve that I don't think enough attention's being spent to his we're seeing a large number of secondary transactions actions with relatively high volumes at high valuations with no disclosure and information asymmetry and like my grandparents lived through the depression and they told me I like these. Were like spooky stories for me growing up as a kid from Iowa. Did everyone else not have grandparents that lifted the depression dot telling me stories. I look around and I think I have heard destroys before this isn't right. There's a reason reason that our grandparents worked out the system the hard way that you know large block transaction should come with account with accountability and transparency. And that's how you prevent fraud and I I think as more and more stories come out. It's going to be pretty I think for for see what's really the most interesting piece of that. We Work Saga is the the last gasp you know save that they tried was an IPO scraping the bottom of the barrel like wow. We can't get all those or many of those bits seem to have flipped the other way and so we need to jam it out the door. Exactly Yeah No. That's not. That's not the way to go. And and a big big part of our mission at LTS is to get companies to adopt good governance from a very early age yep so we run by far the largest corporate governance platform for startups. But we don't call it that right like you can't sell startups on corporate corporate governance. No interest gives them corporate governance. But let me tell you that the the largest So so we go to market under a variety of brand names for distinct problems at that founders vase valuations and capital management runway planning. I can't tell you how many starts with don't know how much room where they have like. Carlson total one. Don't guess don't have some finance person especially before you board you better you better know but most founders don't we do option planning and Hiring planning which again most founders don't don't individuals you can go to cap table that I owe fast foreign aid Idaho hiring hiring plan dot. IO STARTUP RUNWAY DOT CO and to get trend. Yeah there were very very very straightforward naming and very consistent and the you know the tools are part of a common a common Allen Platform and we build them for founders to US themselves. So it's a high focus on usability and design and you don't have to have a GCE or a CFO to use them for you. It's just British China take as much cost out of the ecosystem as we can but then while we have you there it's like while you're are hiring plan. Product has completely free compensation data for market data for for startups. So you can figure out for every job your job offer. You're giving we can tell you. Exactly what the Twenty Fifth Fiftieth percentile. Cash and equity grants are for your stage your geography. You're it's just open or do you require completely free. You just go to hiring you can just sign up for right now. That's such a League zillow type thing like all. That data exists so right now startups are paying a lot of money needed so we just we get it and we do a free and then while you're there wouldn't you like to know if your offer letters that you give our at market or not sure you would but while you're checking that would also like to split it up by demographics. Would you like to know if you have bias in your offer letters now most founders are like of course have by. I run a perfect meritocracy. It's great the analysis will show what a great meritocracy you are. And then you'll feel good about yourself but if it does does it was a lot cheaper to solve the problem now versus when you're reading about it in the Wall Street Journal five years from now and think how expensive these problems get. When they're allowed to festers? We really try to help. People find their way to ethics and good governance because a lot of these mistakes are inadvertent. It's just it's just ignorance. It's not it's not malice it's just people don't know better because a lot of times it's the first time they're doing it. Yep well this is a really good time to talk about so where where is the company. Now you've got this license with the SEC. See You have I assume you revenue generating business with with all these SAS tools. That are going to kind of help. People prepare no one has listed yet. What could it look like when people list one could that happen happened? Is that allowed to happen right now. Yeah the`should your listeners. Should think of having acquired the world's most expensive taxi medallion. We're not yet driving the car around. Can we got got approved by the SEC. In May the bigger deal actually as we got our principles based differentiated listing standards approve in August. So we're just starting to work our way through the technical technical filings down to actually stand up quite a involved process to do this in a regulated and this is a super set of the requirements to list any other. That's right right so much so that you can even even dualist so if you don't WanNa go ring the bell at Nike God bless you This can be happy to be the secondary Listing venue so people could trade investors could choose the exchanges they'd like to and when people do an IPO with lt whether we're the primary or secondary venue you get the same level of liquidity and access to look what options for your free interesting. There's there's no there's no liquidity penalty so you could buy shares that were previously on the Nasdaq. If that companies listed on deck and then own them through the exchange the literal words. You just said describe how that works are not one hundred percent correct but not not in any way but functionally that's that's exactly the right idea the the protections that LTS's embodies are inactive through the company's charter and they follow the security wherever it trades. Cool so it's a pretty. I think the hardest thing the reason this company took me more than five five years to figure out how to start is just a technical and legal challenge of combining full equality with those protections was quite the intellectual challenge. But we got there so anyway to make a long story short we should begin operations in two thousand twenty and then we put long-term right in the name of the company employs as investors are like you know we we warned everybody but once we start operation lean startup instead of fast startup as right. That's exactly right. We've been trying to make this point for a long on time that that Lien doesn't mean fast in an absolute sense but just fast compared to the industry that you're in so we are actually even took US almost three years to get this Exchange approved. We're actually the fast form one approval in history so we're faster than it has ever been done before it really introduces us to travel Washington by horse and Buggy like it. Yeah that's exactly right so so we're trying to move the industry in a in a good direction but the thing I wanted to say was so we will go live in twenty twenty me and then we will be legally authorized to begin the process of soliciting companies to list on L.. TSE which is why accountable that Iowa so important uh-huh so it'll be it'll be a little while before as as series B.. That's when should be thinking about. Hey like four years to your. Yes ma'am existing pumps could also. That's right listen if someone in the class of two thousand twenty. IPO's wanted to listen L. Tse. We would be delighted and thrilled and that. That'd be wonderful if that should happen where work very hard to support them but just as expectations setting exercise. We don't really know how long this is going to take. And that's okay. That's why raise there's a lot of money and even by modern standards so this is a show where we sort of analyzing and great businesses. So I WANNA make sure we understand the business model here. Traditionally a stock exchange change would be they make money every time. Trait happened so they are incentivized to have lots and lots of transactions. which in part is why we see lots of transactions that we have today your business models different different Tell us about that. We believe that one of the most powerful things you can say when you're selling to a customer like when we sit down with a CEO we want to be able to say to them. Look we are the only stock exchange. You will ever meet where you're the customer we make our money by selling you products and services that you believe our value value add and we sell some products and services to your long-term investors we have trading on our platform but our goal is not to serve traders primarily. We'RE NOT ANTI-TRADE IRS. Traders are bad but we have enough financial institutions who primarily serve traders. We'd like to be at least one whose main job is to serve. Its actual customers see your marketplace without without a take rate business model. Yeah that's right. Yeah I mean what's like marketplace leak it. Oh you're subsidizing supplier demand right leg and if you're an investment banker you're in exchange exchange. These supply is companies and equity securities the demand of the investors. Who Do you think they're serving? You know you guys are flipping that on and that's exactly right. And in fact they don't call them companies they call them. Issuers Yup favorite euphemisms and financial services. Like the the ATM machines at print out the the real customers trade. The issue is just issue. That's their job is to do the issuing so so. That's that's a big part of of what we do now. We do have a stock trading platform and we want to be the premier stock trading venue for infrequent frequent traders for long-term investors. So we've built up to what you said earlier like a very valuable service you could offer like you want to buy five hundred million dollars worth of stock we Kim facility you buying five hundred guests. So yes we have a number of things that we offer to companies where they can do those kinds of capital races with and still consummate the transaction after market close where investors investors can't be front run but where the company can have a say in the kinds of investors that can acquire the stock so they can basically place the stock with their existing long-term investors. And is that the service service that you would charge for exactly got it. We try to build services that are valuable for companies at every stage of their life to and through the IPO. So we are very strong in the series. ABC The stage with these accounts erlichs textiles talking about we have a separate product suite which is not yet publicly announced but where we have customers that are in the late stage you know pre IPO stage page and then you will eventually take those companies public. We hope and and maintain maintain a software relationship with them as well as listings relationship. That's our that's our long-term goal. Got It cool. So we're going to move to grading now. Obviously this is so speculative that it's difficult to grade. We have a mechanism for doing this because lots of times we talked about things that just happened. So let's talk about the eight-plus case. So what would it look like a decade from now if this has gone phenomenally well and then let's talk about the F.. Case where you know. Hey this was a great eight experiment. I'm glad we tried it. But why did it fail. Why could it have failed? And I'll start with that a plus case by by throwing out the idea that this might enable a whole bunch of goodness in the world and new innovation but actually be a way worse business than any of the other stock exchanges ever have been. It's interesting that that could be an a plus for for the world but apples to apples if you bought shares of L.. TSE today or if you bought. Shares of Nasdaq nineteen seventy-three like buying Nasdaq in nineteen seventy. Three men have been a much better. Bet I mean that's totally possible. I've learned a lot about what it means to build a long term oriented mission oriented company which paid lip service that stuff jeff before but like I worked in consumer Internet. You know he's not the same. It's just not the same. Eric spaces priceless. So every three person who comes to work here and every investor we allowed to invest in the company. We have to have a serious conversation with them about risks and downsides and in particular we say okay we are trying to fix a trillion dollar problem in capitalism itself Tim O'Reilly as that famous adage about create more value than capture. We're going to create that order of magnitude of value or die trying that we know for sure whether we capture any of it for ourselves. I don't know probably is going to be fine. I'm pretty sure if you create value you're not to create your to capture a very high percentage to make an awful lot of money but we don't know and frankly don't care now our investors care because they want return but like but we have a fair candidates like look if you have an irr target in your fun for like the next seven years. I please don't invest in this company. Happy to to what we were just talking about him. You don't have to speculate or say percentages or numbers but like if you just think about what. The problems are with the current system. I think a lot of it does hinge around these this large dollar sized transactions. Whether that's you know a Softbank style round of a private nick currently private company where you're raising a billion dollars ars at once with no governance. And no you know rights and preferences or you're in the public markets and you're a long-term older and you're trying in a publicly traded security to get a five hundred million dollar position. Those are hard right now and like you could sell those in. You could probably make some money on those transactions. That's all the things to worry about. This is honestly the thing I worry about the least like 'cause people always like well. What if the incumbent exchanges copier reforms and put your business and like you mean if we changed the world? We'll also dilemma. They're like I don't yeah right. Well I mean wouldn't that be great. I tried really hard I in the earlier this I tried very hard to give us. Id Away for free to the incumbent exchanges. I begged them to build it so I wouldn't have to. And you know here we are so I can cannibalize their revenue stream either. They're not gonNA. They're not always treated this and I wish I wish they would copy. So it'd be great so so it's but it is important for us like especially in recruiting. Just be really clear about this. We don't exactly know what the awards for us will be. But but we hire people who are GonNa Sleep really well at night knowing we solve this problem whether we get paid or not. It's just that's not the most important thing in that. I think that's how you build a truly great companies. Is You have people who are in it for the mission. You have an understanding that business model is important in economics are important in the same way you know that oxygen is morten but like you don't live for oxygen. It's the other way around and that's become kind of cliche idea in our world today but I think it's it's even still under appreciated. How powerful his? Yeah okay. Well real quick if it completely fails what are the most likely reason. Oh how can we count the ways I mean I wasn't I we go through this with every employee so I'm happy to be very open about it. The first and most obvious the thing is we are dealing with very conservative system where change is really hard to people resist change and it's not just in in like a lot of enterprise software situations. You have the generalized resistance to change. That people are used at all crappy enterprise software and they don't really want to get the new stuff and we trained on a new thing like all that usual stuff but here we compound that with the fact that this is a reform that is actively opposed by people who are making astronomical amounts of money from the status quo and the governments of old. You said not me so it ain't going to be pretty and like a lot of people think it's a suicide mission to go up against those entrenched forces and win and it may yet be those people that we'd be dead long before now so we've done something right and like is is there any reason. Why why would you would fail to be able to get companies to Celeste? Is there something we'll get to that next year. So yeah that's like the general you know like people didn't even think we'd get this approved by the regulators that was a huge accomplishment in itself. That was very very unlikely and we were sabotage Abbott Multiple Times and. We almost died many Makati all kinds of crazy stories of what that looked like behind the scenes but also even if we get everything right and we survive our political problems that we've fight off the forces of darkness and an customers might still walk up to the precipice of this and say you know what I'd like to go second. Maybe maybe everybody would like to go the second how do you how do you lean startup your way to knowing if customers will buy. We have spent a lot of time on that question. But I think I have. You know where we we use every trick in the book. So if your your listeners have studied any lean startup you'll know about how to build a concierge. MVP you'll know how to build the non-binding letters of intent as proxies for name it. We've tried everything and your. We have a significant companies. Who have who have signed up as much as they're allowed to signed up so fine up so far we have all the software and we built all these relationships like I have a lot of confidence offense in this but like at the end of the day until customers do it? You don't know now. The whoever goes I will reap unbelievable rewards. I think of the messaging and positioning that that will win for them as being seen as a leader who's changed and capitalism itself. But maybe that's not enough to overcome what also also demand from the long term investor community rate like very significant and in the end they feed off each other so when we went in companies. Want to know more about what why they should do this they often say well. How do I know what investors will think of this? And we're like well would you like to talk to some of them like a radical idea. What Arkansas imagine that it's like well yeah I would do? I can put you in touch with the CEO of some of the world's largest asset owners. And they'll take your call and you guys could talk and they're like really really when I talked to acid owners. I'm like they're like well. How do I know it's really true that the next generation of companies wants Xyz? I'm like would you like to talk to them because we have become so inter mediated. It's unbelievable even I won't name any names but you can imagine some of these next gen companies that have severe political problems all over the world with like unions and local governments. And right I always ask them so. Have you talked to any public pension funds about investing in your company. RPO They're like no. Do you think I should call you on your road show right well. No you won't because those funds don't get invited to Oh they don't trade and only the allocators will be only the he allocates will be there so so it's actually is wild situation. Where two of the most logical partners like being an being a good owner is one of the most underrated skills in our world today? Like you see this in sports you see it in corporations right like having good ownership like really as a source of competitive advantage and people who are investing for multigenerational generational. Timelines are excellent owners. So you would think that companies that have a long-term perspective and excellent owners who have a long-term require that they would naturally want to spend time together and whenever we do get them together. It's amazing because they have such bond and yet it's so hard to do because there's so many intermediaries in the way and the intermediaries ears have no incentive to drive connection between investors and companies directly. That that's how they get paid so part of it is just having the willingness to to build those relationships so if that if that's not enough then it won't work and then we have even gotten a technical ways. It could fail one hundred. We will catch you with that one another time. I think this is a fantastic. A place to leave this Eric. Where can listeners find you and the L.? Tse Sure L. TSE dot com for everything Exchange related I am still using the LEAN STARTUP UP DOT COM for my my personal domain. Learn about me. And obviously we're all on on twitter and everywhere else for the tools for early stage companies. Yeah you can go to l.. Tse Dot com slash tools tools or. You can try any of our individual tools cap table that I owe a hiring plan dot. Io Startup runway dot io if your listeners are in venture capital firm menu like to extend the sweet as a whole to your portfolio companies. We do all that kind of stuff too so we do and everything we do in the early stages size is free or premium so we're not extracting fees from anybody we we don't think that's right and we also are the only provider in the space who actually believes that you own your own data not we so we have. I was GonNa ask you expert. Ed says You've said all you need to say you got it so anyway so please anyone's interested please. Do give us your feedback and try those out. Thank you awesome. Well listeners. That is all we have for today if you like like this or any other episode. 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I know like dream weaver but they always required you to do all the hosting yourself. Alf They I. I don't know the state of the prime today. This is like you know twelve year. Old Data but generated garbage code and web flow has been an amazing answer to provide the ease of of use of a graphical user interface while still being an enormously powerful tool and our we personally use the site for acquired We use it for ESL and basically all all of our portfolio companies. Use It as well So glad it's it's so powerful that even you know I can now update the website. Eh which is you know. The last time I wrote a line of code I think I was probably maybe twenty years old and so I have the designer crafts one year ago. David David has an editor log in the listeners. Who is Vlad? Well web flow while wally most of you may know this company only from the last year or two it is a at least decade old company that I believe glad you started as a side project in two thousand five Yup It was actually something that started when I was still in college When I was working at an agency part time as an intern and then turned turned into my senior project then turned into a couple failed attempts at starting in his business? Then I joined into it sort of worked there. For a while then had another failed attempt at turn into a business During sort of the web to winnow heyday and then finally started at hopefully for the last time in two thousand twelve. Wow all attempts to start the same business same business same name. Different co-founders every time to those attempts just by myself Sort of looking for Co founder. The third attempt. Actually it was with two into buddies one of which So that attempting workout in can go into sort of like the history that but sort of fizzled out and overtime overtime. One of those co-founders ended up. Starting his own company got into I see got acquired by stripe and then came back as a senior product manager here so that's one of our political leaders circle of life exactly so I sort of worked on many different than with multiple people and Finally something worked. Well that's a cool. Well get into all of that. So it's the twenty twelve version. That was the start of the company. The best vintage so far we know exactly. Wow and you can only raise maybe a few million dollars between then and now when you did the Yes we will start in two thousand twelve. Started that with my brother other and then one of my buddies from intuit joined A few months later Bryant that are being the third co founder and then we about a year later we got into I see and then did A seed round which at the time seemed huge. One point four million dollars Even though other companies were closing rounds much faster uh or they're bigger and then we ended up doing a small while small relative to today extension of another one point five a year later and then got profitability. Woody and sort of didn't worry about funding for a long time and that was what twenty fifteen profitability late. Two Thousand Fifteen awesome listeners. You should know the the company then For the last four years has raised. No money as Vlad said and then this year raised a seventy two million dollars series a from excel that is coinciding inciting today with sort of this no code movement so I think will will get in a little bit of that. So this notion isn't brand. New whizzy Wig web editors had existed. There's just before And it's kind of like the write once run anywhere. It'll finally be good this time. It's still not good this time. So why is it that web flow has really found product market fit and created this nice product with a Web. As was here when it's failed so many times before so two things one I think if we tried to the same exact things two thousand seven and would have failed I'll tell you why like the reason. Deregulation works in web flow is that we can actually not emulate we have the real thing inside inside of the browser itself so wet flows Bilton Browser. You can sort of think of wet flow as tools or weapons specter with a lot more visual tools on top right a lot of other was he weak tools. What they tried to do was like? Hey we're GONNA take a graphic design tool like photoshop or or schedule. Whatever and we're going to try to randomly guess or were best? Guess what the generator coach should be. It's the approach that doesn't respect the the core principles the core foundations of what the web is and the web is like you know you have if these dom nodes Essentially boxes on top of boxes inside of Boxes Etcetera. And everything's a box where you WANNA make circle you have to make a box with Rhonda corners right that circle or You have you know. Sag or something like that. I think wet flows the very first application. That that said. Okay here are the core primitives. You know you have styles you have classes you have CSS abstractions and what we're going to do is create a pretty shallow abstraction that that still forces you to understand those core core principles not necessarily the course in tax So for example. When you're doing layout in workflow it's flex box or ceus grid us? Don't know the visual tools built on top of it are Are a representation of those same like constraints and limitations. They're not like draw anything and then we'll try to guess what the Code Is. It's literally like adjust the margin and the padding. Exactly you're almost like one to one making Co. changes you're just doing it through a different language It's almost like if you're using software to create music not you have to. I understand the core principles of of music. You might not have a piano in front of you right but you don't get to cheat by by saying I'm gonNA create like a masterpiece by not understanding like good rhythm and etc so that's the same thing with wet float like you. It does have a a more advanced learning curve because you you have to understand the box model because you have to understand you don't just dropbox and then go like drag it anywhere. You have to think okay when the screen sizes after think of this box is being fifty percent of the width of the current. Aren't viewpoint not five hundred pixels right and then when we size change it to four hundred ninety five pixels or whatever I sort of had to think in a more like relative the way that a friend developer developer would think but we're erasing like ninety five percent of the complexity in like knowing how to glue all these things together etc and the other thing that made it possible was that when we first Started building it in two thousand twelve was the first time that browsers were getting good enough. Those like chrome Onepointoh days Safari web kit were kind of like on the same engine. Fire Are Fox in internet explorer. Sort of like the old guard in terms of like hey. This is like a way to View documents or whatever but Google's really pushing chrome as like a An application platform like they were the Google maps that sort of the standard of like. What's what's possible as an interactive type of thing in the browser that was impossible in two thousand seventeen thousand eight etc so you in order to create that full abstraction of like? I'm previewing. Exactly what's GONNA ship. You have to actually show that in the browser in an I frame or something and browsers didn't support that until like twenty seven twenty twelve twenty thirteen to be to be really like that's when when browsers like were kind of kicked into gear of like Holy Holy Crap. This is the next application platform. Exactly yeah exactly.

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Have dreams really predicted the future? Part I

"The world is shaped the VOICES WE CHOOSE TO GUIDE US The ideas we choose to embrace what if we made the choice right now to create a new world with better outcomes for Morelos by listening to the voices of the world's most inspiring women, join us at P. and G. and choose equal for an equal future. Listen to Seneca's one hundred women to hear a new podcast by Seneca women supported by PNG on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts from. UFO's. Powers. Government conspiracies history is riddled with unexplained events. You can turn back now. or learn the stuff they don't want you to know. A production of IHEART Breton. Welcome back to the show. My name is Matt My name's Knoll they called me Ben we're joined as always with our super producer Paul Mission Control, deck and most importantly you are you you are here and that makes this stuff. They don't want you to know let's begin today's episode, which gets very strange with eight question fellow listeners. What's the most vivid dream you've ever experienced from for many people this answer will come to your mind immediately in a flash of images, sensations or emotions that are often almost indistinguishable from experiences in the waking world before the dawn of recorded history these things called dreams haunted us. They inspired terrified and guided our ancestors and dreams. You know everyone knows they're often central plot points in ancient myths an who hasn't of course, heard the more modern tales of visionary scientist and inventor and artist writer someone receiving inspiration suddenly solving a problem in a dream and having a real solution to a problem when they wake up long story short dreams have been pivotal throughout the span of human existence and we still don't understand them. We still don't completely get what's happening with dreams. We know the tell us about the past we know they re contextualised the president, but could they also tell us about the future? Are The facts, Mike Goodness I don't want to lose any time here, but I have a reoccurring dream when I'm very stressed out where I am physically jumping across asteroids that are flowing. Moving towards me you guys have any like stress dreams that you've ever had like that or maybe. Did I. Have This recurring dream where I'm like I've made it my band has made it and we're like playing before you know the biggest crowd ever seen in the entire history of playing music and I don't know any of the songs I'm like dreadfully underprepared or maybe like I'm in the arcade fire. Cool Sprees nonni songs, I have that dream a lot. What does it mean guys? What does it mean? Well? Today, we're GONNA find out because we do know what dreams are or at least we have a pretty good understanding of what they are. A fancy way to phrase, it would be something like dreams or patterns of information specifically something that we have taken in as sensory information and the dream occurs when the brain is a resting state and somehow using this information and making essentially a story or at least patterns from it if we want to be. A little more blunt about it dreams or hallucinations they take walks for everything that's ever been described as a hallucination and we've talked about in previous episodes. But if you describe the process of dreaming or even just sleeping to some life form that had never encountered it, it sounds so bizarre we've just all sort of accepted that anywhere from four to eight hours out of every twenty four hours we will. We will pass out our bodies will be useless will go into some weird other world, and then we gain control of our body again and everybody acts like nothing happened. Odd Right and every once in a while, we encounter shadow people that want to thwart our plans of living those pesky shadow people always trying to suffocate us in our sleep s no fun. But we're talking specifically today about you have this really great analogy for dreamed the idea of like your brain kind of as hard drives sort of like sorting out the bits are like de fragging like kind of cleaning out the cobwebs of the day in subconsciously maybe doing some internal problem solving even if it's not like you wake up with some kind of the moment, it is some how doing some good for you like in terms of you know, maybe unclutter in your sub-conscious let's say is that about the the span of Ben Yeah yeah before we jump to. The kind of theories that we have about dreams because we don't know what they are Oh let's bust one. Myth really quick all heard dreams only occurred during a specific phase of sleep rem great band the the phrase Ram stands for rapid eye movement it's like the fifth stage of sleep that's where the dreams are supposed to happen. However, we know that multiple studies have shown maybe we dream mainly in the REM phase but we also dream in other phases we can't be. The dream process cannot be quite as easily categorized as we would like, and that's where the theories come in. So one of those leading theories, their loads and loads of great research pieces on dreams. One of those theories is just what you described that dreams are a part of memory processing meaning that it helps consolidate things we've learned while also transferring our short term memory to our long term memory storage. So yes, I think the analogy holds that. To me it seems like a good descriptions, the brains de fragging the hard drive but then again is the brain the hard drive what what's doing the D. fragging is that the software is that the consciousness this this gets very strange very quickly but. In that concept it is though all of those connections that you're on have made. It's solidifying them right. If they're necessary almost like the brain itself is trying to decide what's important. It's really weird. It's weird to think about. Your brain in it's unconscious state doing one of the most important things that you can imagine. Figuring out what you actually learned and what you should remember or how you actually feel about things sometimes perhaps my recurring dream about being unprepared. Panel or a symptom of me feeling overwhelmed at certain times I don't have this dream all the time. But when I do have the stream I think it's a product of me may be feeling a little under water with work or a little bit like I'm out of my depth or something or like I kind of a little bit adrift and maybe need a little bit of course correction. So they can be interesting when you have these really Oh, maybe this is a signal pointing towards something that's really agreed observation because another thing it could be as a really just a problem solving activity that your brain goes through a way to go through those difficult complicated things that. are more deeply psychological then then perhaps you appreciated in the moment. In to get balanced back in a way to maybe put things in the right perspective for you. But at the end of the day, it's all just chemicals right? Like it's all just firing neurons and electrical impulses bouncing around. Yeah. But that's like saying that music is only math for showed I mean it's a matter of perspective I i. Think I I think that's important theory to bring up as well. the bit more. I wouldn't see reductionist but the the theory that wants to remove the concept of consciousness from the equation and says that dreams are simply the brain responding to of an array of biochemical changes in electrical pulses that impulses that fire you are asleep, whatever you might be, and the dream then is seen as nothing more than a side effect right like. Like sunsets looked pretty but that wasn't part of some grand plan. This argument says it's just A. A very small side effect of gravity in orbit. So we have these theories and they all. The thing is that none of them on the? Outset seem just straight wrong none of them seem a demonstrably incorrect. They just seem like the old adage of the mice describing an elephant, right? What you know different. My see different parts of the elephant they think it's. A bunch of different objects instead of one large thing we do luckily no. On numerous levels. What happens when we dream every dream you have has some of the same guidepost. We tend to be the main characters of our old lives in our dreams just as in the waking world you are in your dreams even when you feel like you're watching something happened your in it. Things are happening. You're taking actions the environment. The reality of the dream is responding to your actions and in the universe of the dream those responses in those actions. They make sense. This is not really the case once you wake up and you think, wow, my. You know like my great aunt has been dead for years. She never played the oboe and I have never been to. Portugal. How come and I eat a chocolate covered pretzel in the real world it's delicious treat. But in a dream, all my teeth fall out and I'm naked in front of a high school gym of my peers and they're all laughing at me why are they laughing at me or like in the far side one of the of the greatest modern American comic strips the. The recurrent fear of showing up to a lecture without ones duck. That's a that's a deep for folks but but yeah. It is true. These things have an internal logic and if you practice dream journaling, which can be tremendously useful psychological tool. Then what you'll notice when you try to ride out the plot points of your dreams is that things change especially scenery i. didn't I didn't talk about any of my recurrent dreams because they're weird. They kind of all occur in the same universe and things that happened in one affect things in the other Objectionable in cinematic dream universe it's not as cool as it sounds man. He's got no, it's not as good as, but but we all but the thing is it makes sense when you're in the moment, right? Of course I, my teeth falling out that is a tremendously common. Dream trope especially in the West. Maybe it's maybe as something to do with dentist maybe it has something to do with the right of passage we experience when are baby teeth fall out? Yeah. Yeah. So it's kind of programmed into us but when we think about it when we're awake all of our thoughts have a kind of familiar logic to them. Right I did a because I want be or I did see because someone is going to do deed later and our brain, which is hugely underrated. In the in the sort of avengers of our body, our brain is always working through all this internal external stimuli and your brain like your heart Once it starts going, it doesn't get a break. It's not supposed to get a break until you die if your brain or your heart, stop. Doing what they do get down get down. Then you are very much in trouble. So when you're when you're ously, your brain is still active. The brain is like the the great white shark body know if it stops then it dies and that's because of a couple of things. So the rain is divided into. As. We know we've got the LIMBIC system in the mid brain which deals with emotion in both waking Andrew States interesting. These these parts have shared responsibilities and they do similar functions when you're awake and when you're asleep and that includes the amid Ella, which is particularly active when you're in a dream state right and we've got the CORTEX, the CORTEX is what. If the CORTEX had a job if your dreams were of Solis Corporation in the cortex was an employee of your dreams than it would have the title content creator, which is not not a not a favorite titled My so. The reason that's aboard is everything that you're cortex does your cortex writes and directs your dreams right comes up with the plotlines everything you feel from floating in avast unknowable ocean to flying to jumping from one impossible across warden possible chasm to another all the people you meet all the monsters that chase you they all come from your cortex and the visual cortex right there the back of your brain if you're human when you're listening to, this is especially active because we are such. A visual creatures kind of the way the that dogs are olfactory creatures. This made me wonder don't have the science on it yet but I wonder if dogs mainly dream smell oh, it's interesting because I never really recall sounds from dreams and I know that's that's a thing that happens there's even a story. Paul. McCartney says that he came up with the melody to I believe yesterday in A. Dream he woke up and he had this melody and he's at and being a musical dude, I don't think I've ever dreamt of a melody I think of it as a very specifically in the realm of visual hallucinatory St. you know so I think that's pretty special for Paul to come out of a dream state with melody. Have you guys ever dreamt? Sounds a remembered sounds from a dream Yet really. At all. Several highly talkative monsters that. Inhabit. My dream scape. Very, talkative and in fascinating. VOCALISATIONS I highly recommend checking out one of these if you get a chance. What of these mad brains. Tell you that his. Oh Yeah, you can. Just hop back there my my underlying Giambi look at that. So you know it's fascinating. You're talking about that the CORTEX been. You're absolutely right. The CORTEX is the reason why we're almost it feels a lot of times for me and maybe a lot of others that you're kind of just a passenger in your dreams that you're moving. You're going places you're seeing things things are changing, but you just kind of accept it. You just kind of go with your just head in that. Direction unless of course, you've unlocked, you know the ability to lucid dream, which is a whole other thing. But one of the reasons that it's the dreams are like that is because these parts of our brain, the lobes that are talked about. So frequently, kind of the logic systems Those are the least active parts of your brain when you are dreaming. which it really explains why? Things don't feel so strange until you wake up and maybe it's also one of the main reasons you don't remember too much. Migration is dead. She never played the Oboe I've never been to Portugal. And you don't win if I don't write it down twenty three minutes, I'll forget do yeah. That's that's right. That's another thing like I, I've never been dreamed journal and there's it has to. Dream has two packs such a wall for me to remember it at all. But when it does I do and they stick with me and I remember them for many years. But typically unless you write it down super-quick, you're still in that kind of like waking dreaming between state and then you kind of lose it right there you guys good at remembering dreams What would you say your odds are are like? In terms of like waking up and being able to recall specifics from a dream. I keep notes on my phone and it's always right by my bed and yeah. Constantly doing that about you Ben. I I don't necessarily think it's a good thing but yes. Yeah. Okay. pretty I do Well, it's no secret longtime listeners I don't like sleep I resent it I think that science should already be at the point lake where you know if I can call someone in frigging Bhutan and talk to them in real time with something. The size of an open hand, then I shouldn't. I shouldn't have to sleep. We should have figured some subway around. Wanted to space, we said people the space. But. Then if if you do have to sleep because unfortunately, our analog bodies require it for some Dang reason Why not at least record as much as you possibly can one day we're GONNA be able to plug in somehow and just get that stuff like role on quick time while I'm dreaming and I can't wait for that right There's there's one thing though to add with that Ghetto, I spent a lot of time researching kind of. What we talked about Lucid Dreams, which probably story for another day but I ended up getting a lot of work done in dreams. It feels like I'm doing a lot of work I wake up and I think I got to write this amazing story down and then I write it down. Go get some coffee or something I come back and I'm like, wow, the most amazing part of this story is that I thought it was good. Because my frontal lobes were turned off right. And I think. We think we do that a lot to your point and all about how how we process dreams. It's. In less people have you know PTSD or some sort of condition that gives them violence nightmarish, recurrent horror, thick visions every time they sleep most people would prefer dreams to dream La- sleep. You know otherwise it's really disconcerting to Have everything go dark at say four, fifty, three am and then wake up at. Two thirty seven PM just sort of hope nothing important happened. So I mean we we probably won't really truly be able to answer definitively like why do we dream? We've got some good theories but there are experts in mental health that the do believe it's important part of maintaining some semblance of sanity or like self awareness or understanding of ourselves but there's Not. Like a definitive like this is what dreams or four. But for different people there for a lot of things and like like, I, said, if you're Paul McCartney it makes you write a song that's been covered by over three thousand artists and probably one of the most recognizable songs in the history of recorded music. That's just my hot take on yesterday but it's a thing that came from a dream. So they certainly have value. I mean. So many artists recreate images from their dreams and to your point Ben whether I think you're selling yourself short with the quality of your dream stories but they are things that you've pulled from a dream state that you can then translate into the real world and do something with their functional in that way. Yeah. I mean evolution is a brutal editor. So we know that dreams exist for some purpose right and it's probably not a vestigial leaving of our earlier boreal ancestors but we do know to your point even if we can't. Fully answer the question why when it comes to dreams we know they do inform the waking. World I mean we have examples like just to rattle off a few examples of one of my favorites. There's a guy named Dimitri Mendel leave the guy who made the periodic table he's got an element named after him. He's legit. His story, his claim, which is very difficult to prove about how he figured out the periodic table is that he was going mad looking at all these mismatched card's Kinda. Picture his version of index cards where he wrote down everything he knew about an element and like having his Charlie Day conspiracy theory thing or he's trying to have his beautiful mind moment it doesn't make sense. The Guy Passes out on top of these cards and then in a dream, he watches them sorta get up and dance around and then they put themselves in order of their atomic weight any wakes up and he goes Eureka. What a satisfying feeling that must have been just just the idea of making order out of chaos and then waking up and having an actual concrete idea from that. That's awesome. There's a I, don't have the exact story here, but you can look it up. This'll be an adventure for everyone watching there's a dream about a scientist who is attempting to work on dogs performing surgery on dogs I don't know exactly what he what his end goal was, but he had this dream about a specific surgery that he wasn't planning on doing, and then he wrote down all of information from his dream attempted these the surgery and he ended up discovering insulin. Is Pretty Insane. Thank goodness that he did. So and that he had a wonderful dream. Yeah. That's amazing. Right this is This leads us to this tangent I. Don't know if we we should delve into it, but it leads to one of the questions. A lot of us will have listening to this today, which is, is it possible to? Spoilers. Okay. No let's save it for the end. We have to practice linear time for this. So I have I have questions for you guys on that too. Yeah. So we'll. We'll get our questions in at the end. We know we we've painted a pretty good picture here. Right? Evolutionary theory suggests. That basically dreams function as a safe way to learn maybe right. So I can I can figure out things. Without physically harming myself the way that I could be in danger in the real world. So if you think about it, we all kind of have this. Hollow deck in our head, and we just run scenarios until we wake up physically harm yourself or maybe a bridge with colleague maybe you have a dream where you get to yell at somebody that you're dealing with some resentment towards and then you wake up and you feel like you've worked that out sort of like a simulation where you've gotten to beat the crap out of. Like a doll with this person's face on it, and then you feel better. So you don't actually do it in real. Is that a thing people do do it I just came up with it should be a why shouldn't it be I? Guess it is better than hitting hitting a person to go to do to get a different doll every time you switch the face she's got a sleeve like a face shamelessly or you to slide in a new picture. And you can dress it up in the types of clothes that person might wear know it's a commitment, but it's you know certainly going to jail, yeah yeah. I think. So yeah, except in places we're really swell GELS LAKESHORE WAY. Nor Norway is. I'll clean up this background here but I'm I'm in the process of fixing some stuff up and I realized that currently the place I record is not as nice as Norwegian prison, but a lot of places where people live in the US or not to your point That's GonNa think about that. I'm going to think about like what kind of doll is it less creepy if you catch someone with the real doll and they say, no, this is not for sexual purposes I put other people's faces on it because I dislike other people and I just want to beat something that feels like I'm realistically beating something right now it's not a sex thing I think the safe way to get around that is just a use those we were those wwf. Slam dolls that were like the ultimate warrior Hulk Hogan and they were little small body pillow things and. Slam him around what it there's a name for him, but maybe keep them like not life size that would probably keep people from looking askance at you. We're not talking about stuff that happened in a little bit the real world we're talking about working things out in your in your brain while you're not fully awake and that could involve working things out that are like either too painful just to like weird to get into when you're awake maybe you have a hard time wrapping your brain around it, but you need to process these things whatever they might be and so this. Is your brains way of life forcing you to address some of these things that maybe you're not equipped to do. So mentally when you're when you're awake yet and this is strange because we can also see that dreams do have the capability to warn us if things and maybe not in the way that we might initially suspect There was a two thousand, ten study in the journal Neurology, which shows that some violent dreams may actually be very, very early warning signs of growing brain disorders the very dangerous ones like dementia or Parkinson's, and when we early warning signs here the study. The study appears to indicate that certain frequencies of violent dreams may be predicting a brain disorder malfunction up to a decade out, which is which is nuts and also I think that's Kinda dangerous. That's the kind of thing that you. You know you look up on web MD after you've had a nightmare and you think I'm GonNa die at least this time it wasn't cancer because as we know web md it's. Cancer, it's cancer as you. Yeah you know I mean like I I have violent dreams occasionally but I also watch a lot of horror movies and occasionally spicy food before bed. So I do think when I saw that stat been it did give me pause but I is this specifically violence you doing violence or just any form of violence imagery in in your dreams we'll think about threat like physically thrashing. For instance where? Your brain body connection hasn't completely switched off. With also, you know something that happens with sleep paralysis yet but I I would say also that is. That is a fascinating study, but it's not it's not hard proof. So just because you're having nightmares does not mean that you have cognitive woes in the future. No more so than the average person but. Everybody everybody knows that may've felt a bit like a Beta switch on our part because when we say dreams might warn you of things what are we really talking about what is the elephant in the room that so many mice or confusing for five different forms of life it is this you or someone you go. Regardless, of whether, they consider themselves a skeptic or a quote unquote true believer has at some point in their life had a dream that they could not explain a vision that for instance, inspired someone to take a different route to work on the morning of a horrific traffic accident or a simple compulsion to react to a trigger something as elementary as i. go inside immediately when I see the woman with the red hat and then boom, you go inside and just as you go inside I I, don't know we're making stuff up. So wishes are horses here just as you go inside a gigantic piano. From the second floor of that building and you would've been standing in the spot where it hits fascinating slippery slope or these warnings from a mental process we don't fully understand. Is it just coincidence? Is there something more to the story? Can Dreams predict the future? We'll. We'll do our best to look at this after word from our sponsor. Holly From Maria markets together we're exploring the margins of history and specifically at the intersection of history and true crime. Welcome to the criminality podcast. Our first season of the show is all about lady poisoners history has not been kind to ladies. Women have been marginalized been vilified their falsely accused and often misunderstood time and time again. But sometimes women take power for themselves and sometimes they do it through murder. 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Listen to you now on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your pocket. You. Here's where it gets crazy. Yeah. So I mean for for most of modern history that there's been this kind of notion of psychic abilities, pre cognition being able to see the future tell people's fortunes. All of that. You know from that explainable kind of huckster side of things. There's fiction the realm of ghost stories and sci-fi, and then there's of course the religious or even separate from religious spiritual side of it all that. Yeah, and you know. Science essentially looks at things like this where we don't fully understand yet they look at it as there is a mundane reason for this to to occur just because we don't know what it is doesn't mean that it supernatural doesn't mean that our brains are connecting into a time slip somewhere or a stream of whatever it just means that we don't know what's happening it and that's all. That's all that WHO and. Science when it is done well. is able to admit when it's wrong scientists able to learn from itself like the best of human beings are able to do as individuals. Science history is one long ongoing conversation. It refers back to earlier points. Do, we orbit the Sun, does the sun orbit US each challenges. These points often disproves itself unapologetically at a future date. How could this rock possibly injure me? From way over waiver I'm standing away over here in this rock as we ever hear how is that thing causing cancer, right right exactly. Radiation. Just meant like you know how does it injure you when someone like frozen at your head? That to impulsion there's just Iraq would like a bad vibe. It's a doubter. It's like emotionally an abusive rock to see. While Of that speaking, of Downers. Probably get the Downer version of this explanation kind of out of the way, right? Yeah. Yeah you're right. No let's. Let's go to the ones that the Probably the first two that people think of and should think of the first is the C word for today's show coincidence. There are a ton of people living on earth right now it's a longtime tradition on this show where pulling up the current world population, which is seven, billion, eight, hundred, six, million. Seventy, one, thousand, nine, hundred, and fifty, eight, nine, sixty, one, nine, sixty, five, hundred, sixty like look. There are a lot of people. That's what we're saying and the vast majority of those people they all dream most of them in one way or another most people also by the way do not dream in black and white. That is another myth to bust There are also tons and tons of people who lived and died before we ever recorded this podcast before podcast worthing before. I don't know before Hula hoops worthing there. Yes there there's so many dead people that proceed our stories in the world in which we live today and all of those people or at least the vast majority experienced a dream. Right. Experienced multiple drinks every night every single night. So thank you well. Yeah I mean. But like you know I, I was watching a youtube video of forget the guy's name but he's Lucid Dreaming Guy and he he this is sort of his whole point. He had the world population ticking away on on the screen and was just talking about how he's like let's do a more conservative estimate. Let's count out everyone that has insomnia. You know or like kids that maybe aren't interpreting their dreams correctly or whatever. You could maybe lower that number was still you know a a massive massive number and so it starts to become like dice rolls right? Like every time someone's dreaming. It's the role of the dice and a lot of stuff happens a lot of news a lot of bad news a lot of things that we are worried about that. We think about that we. Commiserate over what will happen will there be a tanker accidental. There'd be a horrible plane crash and sometimes those things align, right? Yeah, and you know. I think the focus in can get pretty sharp there when you talk about. Lesson important factory to the town where you live. You know maybe you're thinking about a lot maybe your family is worked at that factory for a long time maybe you work there. and. Then something bad occurs at factory because there's a ton of mechanical equipment and something goes wrong. It may make you feel as though you had a pre cognitive vision of something even if it even if your dream occurred months ago before the accident, you still might remember it but you know that that's that's at least the way science would would put a wet blanket. You Prize, the details, right the things that are relevant are the things you remember the things that are irrelevant are cast aside, and then you you every time you remember this just like an episode on deceptive break the Narrative, the story details of your memory alter ever. So slightly to fall increasingly in line with what you think happens and time it doesn't matter right? There's no, there's no methodology of course, it's like a form. Of Confirmation bias, right you you just highlight the bits that support your thesis you need to explain something and you have this little inkling of a dream of a piece of a dream of a fragment of a dream. God knows how much of it you're actually remembering it has happens to line up with that detail and you're like, Oh yes, I predicted this this was meant to be this was destined or something you know. and. Then that means that what we see is pre cognition and just sort of a magic trick we're playing ourselves hey, you're watching the video you're doing something like that, but it really is your finger and thumb. How are you doing now under I don't understand what I'm looking at how did you? He do the one where it's like. You're becomes too. Yeah that's all. I. Don't like it witchcraft my daughter I showed my son that you did it for. One of his favorite things a cool move. It's a super cool move. Can I can I really quickly ask you guys opinion about something like this that that did happen to me really quickly it's very strange nothing significant nothing like a factory explosion or a plane crash or anything. But I used to. Internet. This recording studio in Athens Georgia and there was this. Woman young who also worked there and I never actually met her but I always heard her name because it was a really cool name or name was Bennett Moon and I just love that name and I thought it was really memorable to me and I hadn't thought about Bennett Moon in a long long time. For whatever reason and I had this very specific dream where I met at moon was who the person that I'd never actually met. But I was aware like on the periphery of this person and literally the next day I'm listening to wait wait. Don't tell me on NPR and they have the call in thing at the end and who's the call in person but Bennett Moon. From Athens Georgia and it's the same person. Is this person? No question about it? Never heard her voice in my life never actually met are just knew of her that she kind of the shared experience that was we never actually crossed paths isn't that weird? That is very high but I mean at the end of the day I can chalk that up to coincidence. It's not like he was predicting anything exactly but it's a pretty interesting game of odds there. You know if this is our brain just kind of playing a trick on ourselves and imparting meaning that was a pretty pretty big one I it wasn't like I was like blown away or felt like I was seeing the hand of God or anything but I did feel like I was experiencing something. You know what I mean I don't know. Yeah there's a, there's a another. Is still kind of a downer, but it's a little bit less of a Downer that that may help explain that. Let's call it play in the probability game. So we're all humiliates. Yeah. We're all familiar with Carl Young. We're all familiar with archetypes, these ideas of the super consciousness and so on. But we don't really need that you get to talk about dreams in this way. So if coincidence is a lottery than the probability game is kind of kind of your brain playing clue in a couple of ways. So this may apply to your anecdote there. No because Carl Young makes a great point about the perceived pre cognitive capacity boot dreams. We would have paraphrase demand. So we we just folded quote. It's guy. Smart because he wrote it that's right. Yeah. A and give it to us. Oh. Yes. The occurrence of perspective dreams cannot be denied would be wrong to call them prophetic because at bottom they are no more prophetic than a medical diagnosis or a weather forecast. They are merely an anticipatory combination of probabilities which may coincide with the actual behavior of things but need not necessarily agree in every detail. Confirmation case. So what's so queuing unpacked like the difference or distinction between prospective and prophetic shirt your perspective dream would be. The the some of your sensory information, your memory, often short-term, sometimes long-term your fleeting federal impressions, all Mitt Mashed together like that horrible stuff called neutral loaf that these feed prisoners in the US. Maybe still do and kick you know if you want a slightly more pleasant person sure or salad. Well. So, this is all this is all mixed stop and from this our subconscious which doesn't function with some of the same. Socially, imposed constraints or ego impose constraints that are consciousness functions with our our subconscious is able to aggregate these things and make A. An analysis, a guesstimate. So a prospective dream is the sub-conscious saying. This this this and this are crazy connected. Therefore I think. Here's the Rome that this road leads us to. So that's the idea. The idea there is that for young a dream only prophetic if every detail of the dream matches every detail of the bit the scene, the event in the waking world wait. So as he acknowledging that this is possible or is he just setting up a standard that's like impossible to meet? That's a good question I. He is primarily imply in at least the way that I interpreted that we are underestimating the intelligence of our subconsciousness because you know we are very unappreciative of our brains. I had to cut a line here at some point, but it's like the brain worked so hard you're asleep and you're still breathing. That's amazing and the brain is doing that but but that's what he's saying. He's saying that we're we're kind of short changing our own mental abilities, our own pattern recognition. Really. And that we only notice this amazing ability when we get something super weirdly specifically correct and we're like, well, I I have superpowers I have superpowers and they are entirely related to my ability to know which song going to hear on the radio two days from now, which is a tremendously common thing especially music or your ability to all of a sudden recognize Bennett Moon. Your by the way how seriously I hope she listens to the show I. got to say that that was that was one of those moments that that I was like is this real like I really had to kind of do a double take like a spit take how don't understand what what I'm experiencing right now. and. There are some other examples of this throughout history that I think would cause even the most sceptical person to ask that very same question Oh. Yeah. You I mean you could go on other channels on Youtube and. Find lists of these kinds of things shut out to Matthew? Santo. So I see you man he gave a great example of Abraham, Lincoln that I had never heard about before. So head over to history dot com just to learn a little more about it. allegedly. This is the way the story goes just a couple of days before Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. He told his wife Marissa Todd and his friend Ward Hill lemond about this dream that he had just had an industry. He's I. Believe he's there at the White House in the Oval Office or near there and he is he sees all of these mourners he sees a casket he sees like important members of his. Inner Circle in there all mourning the death of the president but he says according to the story he didn't recognize himself in the casting in the casket. It wasn't him. So wasn't worried about it. He didn't believe that he was having some kind of prophetic dream or pre cognitive dream that was gonNA foretell his death but. He did get assassinated few I. think it was very soon after I heard another version of this story where like he was telling this to his bodyguard and like saying. That Lamont is was his part time bodyguard his friend but he would say like usually he was say good night Lamont or whatever. But this time he said goodbye and he told him like I've had this dream and I'm worrisome is going to happen to the theater tonight any he was like what you shouldn't go Mr President and he said but I'm meeting my wife there I don't WanNa, disappoint. So I must go and then like he he said goodbye for the first time ever instead of you know good night which whatever it's it's an interesting detail. Here's why it's a little weird because lemond is the guy who told the story So Lincoln was assassinated April fourteenth eighteen, sixty five and this concept that there is a dream that was told to. Mary Todd Lemond didn't come out for at least fifteen years now. if not longer and it was allegedly told by lawn based on notes that he took in eighteen sixty five. So. Who who knows if it's real or not? But there's interesting fact. The cabinet that worked with Abraham Lincoln were aware that he did seem to put a lot of importance on his dreams that that he would have you tell them about it. Will Pause for word from our sponsor butts. Please stay away will be back soon. And we're back with more on free cognitive dreams. Like a lot of us, I grew up reading these sorts of stories often time life books. This forest, make him a sponsor but the these stories have grains of truth which I think you've done a fantastic job of outlining and then they also get carried over and embellished you know and in in Television series like unsolved mysteries or anything on the history channel after about ten pm back in the day and this the the thing that's interesting about that is it's often used the. Tendency is often used by skeptics as a way to entirely discredit the anecdote right or keep raising the bar of proof until proof is something that can never be attained a but it's it's almost enough for an entire episode on its own. The other worldly quote unquote psychic experiences of leaders Churchill said that he heard a goldenvoice since he was a child and said later that it saved his life in until actually until. You've been around World War Two or so until the World War Two years, it was incredibly common for Western leaders to be pretty open about what they saw a connection with some sort of other side and it faded now or it's it's It's a bit in the doldrums now because. I imagine that a lot of people feel they would not be taken seriously. If they said Hey I'm from a family that has pre cognitive dreams. I appre cognitive dreams also, I should be in charge of nuclear weapons it doesn't track right it's seen as a blow to credibility rather than just a part of someone's individual human experience but we know it's not These people were recounting these things. ARE NOT CHUMPS, they're not unintelligent people. I think you had you had another example Matt also an American and also a pretty smart guy either love them or hate them. Yeah. I found a story about. Samuel Clemens. Just variety rifling through the Internet, and it comes from life on the Mississippi, which is Samuel Clemens or Mark Twain's autobiography. It's fascinating. So. He was. Same Sam. I can. Calling, Mark. Twain was working on a steamboat cold the Pennsylvania and he had arranged for his younger brother guy named Henry to also get a job there. He was going to I think what did they call it? it's really interesting job a mud clerk. On the Pennsylvania, which is the steamboat and There's this whole situation where the Captain Insulted Henry for some reason and mark. Twain heard about it. There is a whole fight that resulted in Mark Twain just being banned from this boat where his brother was working. Right. So out of just a set of circumstances, Mark Twain got kicked off this boat that he was on and his brother is still there. So then. At some point. Mark Twain lease down he has a dream an inside this dream. He sees his brother Henry in a coffin in there are a lot of specifics about it I've heard that he was wearing one of Mark Twain's own suits, but one of the. Most. Important things about his dream was that there is a specific set of white flowers laid down on to Henry's coffin where he was land with a single red flower in the Middle Right? That's exactly what it is so. Very very strong image that was left on Mark Twain even after he awoke in obviously you know that kind of dream dream about a loved one who dies Affecting. In some way or another, and so there were there were different details here, which would be of interest to anyone agreeing with the beliefs of Carl young or the beliefs as laid out in today's episode. He had some specific details that appeared to be correct things were unusual metallic coffin. This is also For anyone else who read the incredibly unedited auto biography of Mark Twain where some of this pulled from just WanNa just WanNa. Let you know right there with you in solidarity. Even great writers. Need editors even just good editors. It's a very, very long book is dictating it on his deathbed in the reason I'm bringing that up is because he may have fallen victim to something known as retrospective conviction, which is what we're talking about earlier when we alter our own memories by remembering those memories however like you said Matt He. Says he had never had any doubts since he'd had that dream that it was predictive. He can remember everything very very vividly. So Mark Twain has to leave the boat. His brother is still on it and later on he gets word that a boiler has in fact exploded on steamboat and his brother in inhaled a bunch of steam it actually burned his lungs and he's in a he's in the hospital. So Mark Twain, you know. Obviously. makes his he stops what he's doing. He makes his way to the hospital where his brother is it's in Memphis Tennessee and when sam gets there the doctors. Tell him that his brother is in absolutely terrible pain but he's going to be fine. He just scalded his lungs a little bit. He's going to recover. Don't worry about it. Sam they wouldn't have called Mark Twain. They didn't know that name listen here. Mark Twain. You're gonNA be just fine. Yeah but SAM, you know. A caring. Brother says, will there must be something you can do to make him feel a little better look at him. He's obviously in in pain you know he's in painless do something about it and According to Sam himself, he convinces the doctor to give his a shot of morphine. and. The doctor is supposedly experienced with this type of drug and overdoses Henry. And Henry unfortunately passes away. I, I thought he died from the blast I. Didn't realize that that's that's extra tragic and unexpected. Yeah and you know again according to Sami never forgave himself were this fact but the strangest part is that at the actual funeral, his brother. Henry, he noticed some things that reminded him of the dream he had had where what the? What the coffin looked like. The, suit that is brother was wearing and the most important fact. Or. The most important similarity perhaps were a A. Bouquet of white flowers with a single red rose in the center that was laid down onto his brother Henry. That's like the end of a ghost story. It's a twist ending dude and then it took the ribbon off and her head fell off like that and there was a single red rose burr unlike that. He also told this story around seventy or eighty times by his own admission and when he was performing this story, the Monday Evening Club is was called in eighteen eighty four. A the. The. Incident I I believe I'm thinking of the right one without without pulling out that brick of a book a believe it. He was telling this story several years later and someone called Reverend Burton Reverend Dr. Burton just for extra accolades ast twain if he had told it multiple times he said, yes seventy or eighty and burden. Pointed out, that is likely or it's very possible for someone with the best of intentions to embellish a story over the years. Twain. Stuck to his guns I. Don't think any of it is embroidery. He had replied I think it is all just as I've stated it detail by detail. Yes the man wrote fiction and route. An enormous amount of fiction. so He's no stranger to spinning a tale however in the case of Mark Twain, I would point out that he appears to have predicted his own death. Without taking his own hand, he was born on November thirtieth eighteen, thirty, five, two weeks after Haley's comet reach the trillion where it's the point near to the sun. This is a plot point in an awesome claymation. Phil listen very disturbing depictions of the devil I recommend checking it out on Youtube. It is autobiography in Nineteen O nine. He said I came in with alias common at eighteen thirty five. It's coming again next year I expect to go out with it. It'll be the greatest disappointment of my life if I don't go out with Haley's comet. So, any went on about it. So you that's a little different because is that pre cognition or is that just him being very stubborn and saying I want to go out with power move but to your point Matt. Yes. It is tremendously I. Think it I think it would surprise people to learn how common it is for a people that you would associate with great success people that you would associate with great power. To, chew believe in predictive precaution. Or even prophetic dreams maybe they don't talk about it as much. Now you know maybe they are not recounting strange stories of their family or their personal experience, and if so there's probably reason it's because they feel like they will be resigned to the rubbish heap of the current day, and that's a real valid concern but I would imagine you know world leaders listening in the audience today the yet that you to have had a dream. Or four or Baker's dozen or nineteen that you yourself cannot explain to this day. It is a very common thing. It is a very common thing. Yeah. Yeah. No, it's true. I mean I don't know I up to this point in the in the show. I, hope it doesn't sound like we're pooh-poohing any of these things I. Think we've all acknowledged the whole way that the brain is a very under understood. That's redundant. I'm still GonNa go with the thing. I I have not food this I studied out I'm building a case. Unfortunately, we're not getting. Does that's what I trying to get to in a very ham fisted way. 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Ep 153 - Stan Accounts or Stalking?

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Ep 153 - Stan Accounts or Stalking?

"What's up guys welcome with the TMZ podcast. This is actually today's episode. Today's free episode. But if you want a the bonus episode that went up today as well, you can find that on our on. That's pay dot com slash tiny gang, and the the free episode will be Ad Free as well on there. So and if not thanks and enjoy this one piece piece. Today's podcast is going to be twice a speed. It's going to be exactly like how you would. If you played any other podcasts as people today, we're GONNA be talking to speed is going to be very very, very fun. It's going to sound like an auction yep. He didn't going on today with the Bachelor Oh? My God I can't believe that. On the bachelor going once going once on the bachelor. Sorry relate everybody I can't I can't. I couldn't even do that if I wanted to because my brain working at that speed and never does but especially now especially now I'm extremely tired yesterday we participated in a fourteen hour orgy. it was literally balls to the wall left to right it was insane. Actually a little bit of residue left on this in my hair right here if you look on camera. A little bit of gunk right there Yep. San Before you guys say anything our girlfriends were there. And, our families were there to actually like a nice guy. We brought our entire family and we didn't even account for one percent of the people there it was. It. Was Insane. Yeah. Yeah. It was. It was I would say great bonding. Sexually. Free Coachella you know. If you can imagine. It was just it was just go go crazy. Yeah. Yeah. Whatever your heart desires really explore. It's really about exploring boundaries, and getting you know some people do Peyote Wasco whatever this is kind of our form of that a sexual awakening Yeah and I mean it's you know is literally awakening because we started at seven in the morning. And it just went all the way till you know eight o'clock at night or. Nine actually yeah. Yeah. which I mean it's a marathon not a sprint. Yeah. So you gotTa really pace yourself don't bust in the first couple of minutes. Is that Oh, no, it's tough for someone like me but. No I mean we shot something yesterday and that's the most we're GONNA say. Oh yeah okay. I. Said It on Patriot what it was. Oh well, that's fine but that's fine. But. Everyone else it was a fourteen hour G. I gotta say it felt good to see you in person felt good to Yeah Nima again you had to get back to work. Yeah. Felt good. It felt right? Yeah I was Being extra yesterday but I feel like. fucking necessary when the crew guys get. You could tell dude, like our ten there like who've? But now we compliments I, mean, we have some of the guys from brokerage and They they like they're like, you guys are the chills dues to work with like we don't mind going over hours. You guys you guys are so cool. That's good. They're you guys that are like so sexy and you guys have huge Dixon Yeah Yeah love to see your body's like your body's are really cool. You got cool bodies. So like just the way like cody, not you know just like the way you know the roles. And how they you know they're saying like cody even with your roles I'd love to just roll you up and take you home a little a little bread pack. And we had to like dude chill out trying to get take right now and they just like they're just flirting with us because they thought we were just so cool and awesome. Action Lighting guys like Oh you look hot do shut up man. We're rolling. Hold on. I had my audio video turned off that whole time. So just gotTa sink real quick. Just, slapping your balls in your leg. Real quick you hold on. All about all this talk about grips gave me turned on. INA inappropriate sound guy. And Action. Your your chest looks great. Fuck. Yeah Man I'm just so I'm tired. I'm I'm I got a little acne now my neck from. Or maybe from the from the shaving that I did yesterday I like shaved with a razor a little bit because my my electric razor died like halfway through. The worship ever yeah. You know you have done plowing in the field and then fucking dies, and then you go switched to a straight razor and my skin, my supple skin. Handle that she a straight razor. Your pelvis. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Elvis my pubis, your pubis injure you're happy trail straight razor. Yeah. Dude it's That's That's what I. Get down to the Barbara actually. Yeah. I. Go the Barber and asked for Brazilian. zillions straight raise. Just pans in your shed. Some Barbara's like do that like. Like. Getting up you fade getting a few vein do. So. What do you WanNa do man I wanNA take it higher I wanted to say to be higher. Okay but. Is. It just throw. It looks like it looks like the like the Food Pyramid upside down. Just zoned. Just thinking about Barbara, instagram pages, potatoes of. LINEUPS. Pews on fire and then smacking the towel on it to reveal a craziest shape. In, your face. And they're doing it on a random eight year old and everyone's like Whoa what the? Fuck. No. Dude. That that actually data minds me. That reminds you. that. Can. Very very sketchy transition. Very, very sketchy but I mean, this is crazy. Did you cheer no but I saw that headline what the Fuck Cheer Star Jerry Harris Arrested charged with production of child porn. Believable one of the featured and cheer. Guy To the guy that everyone liked. Right, wasn't he like one of the most charismatic people on the show I never watched it okay. Yeah. I was I was jealous of. You know. That I, didn't get a chance to participate in cheer as a child. So it just kind of you know. Yeah Yeah. Wasn't able to consume the media because I was just so jealous and. I don't. Know Bro that that should about Conor McGregor getting. Lashing someone yeah case. So tell me what what happened I only saw like a brief headline, but I wanNA know rose to who areas things one. So he gets arrested for flashing I guess in France or something, but that's that part whatever that's wack but the funny part was that they were. Quote, waiting for key evidence. And I was just imagining they brand Conor McGregor and like a bunch of other guys and they put their Dixon a lineup. and. Then the woman just to be funny like targets the smallest one she's like. That's conor. McGregor. And he's in the line of like. Definitely Conor McGregor that should that's small asset that is for sure. Yeah. Jesus keeps it going. For sure. Yours you saw lady I showed it to you. She's like Nah that's that that's the one. That's the one. That's definitely the one. Little Acorn out I remember that thing. No it's not. A Job. Pull it. Out Again. Right now. You're going away forever with their French so. Going away forever for editor. Forever. Yeah Pulling out your acorn in Baggett. CONOR, put his little acorn in a bag and presented it that way. I said some insensitive ashes. Okay. So whatever so that But then the the other funny part is people were photo shopping tweets of him saying that he was depressed. And that he you like suicidal. which I don't know why they would do that woody may photo shopping like they I don't think they were real like They were tweets supposedly by him saying like I can't go on like this. Anymore I feel suicidal it's a weird thing to make. Right. So then Then someone dug up a post on his private facebook. where he just goes on this insane rant about like I've never be suicidal as much as you guys want me to kill myself and and you know and all these people will pay for all these lies and all this. This and that and Blah? Blah. Blah. I saw it was like a weird thing. One to photoshop and to how how do you even distribute that. You know what I mean. What do you mean? Do you just photoshop. Then you go in anime accounting you go dude look at these tweets. You know what I mean like. Yeah I don't know that's kind of weird. Super Strange. We have to let you have to like Deanna to a whole bunch of like you know like MMA like. Movers and shakers. The taste makers, all imagine accounts to. Vanik. They just ceded it to the to the connor stand accounts. Yeah. Well, all the accounts that make edits of Connor with like Hartson? Beats. Yes music in the background eggs is. Really a definitely. Exist for everything. Kim Jong Hoon Fan of growth there are fucking there are stand counts for Sebastian vessel who's like thirty something year old book in German F one driver I. Really think he knows what the phrase stand account means. Sleep what do you think is reaction would be if you showed them a video of himself that looking at it someone made I. Genuinely think he just Kinda looked at it and go. Focus these. They go. Oh, that's nice. You like Germany. Let me look. Nicer. That's like. Dusk. DASA'S GOOD Creepy. Dude I. The, fucking fan edits some of them. Are Incredible. I saw someone tag Kelsey in one that they made for our anniversary. Nice. They went back. And found footage from for fucking ever go. You don't talking like middle of the blog footage just throw is. Deep cuts man I looked at this video and the way was edited with the music and everything I'm like I'm GonNa fucking use this in the wedding. Saved it. So that I could play it and I'm GONNA. Keep her tag at the end and everything you know at the end titles screen fades in an instagram tag I'll keep it in. Nice. Nice. Good, it was. You said for the what for the wedding. Yeah I'm saying like you know if we get married I'll. Write. It was so good. You know or like a birthday or something I just feel like it was so fucking good like I can't even make something as good as that I couldn't even pay for something as. No one is actually willing to dig through our old footage to find the best shit except for this person. Now, for Lance Wedding, I'm just going to get a pup- fade. Forever and then I'm GonNa says the Millers Yeah and then wanted. To say the millers and it's going to be a portrait of US on my pupils. Yeah. All the way and then and then I'll get. Get like the fake hair that they used to create like hairlines. Now, I'll put that all the way up to like just above my belly button I can have a full portrait. And then instead of like a, you need a new big canvas. Barbara to play with and then instead of doing the dance, I'll just sing with a microphone to her while holding up. Doug Zito untucked showing the I. Love you forever. This beautiful man. As. Absolutely. Beautiful. What's playing? What's on the fog in Damn I? Don't know elmo. Yeah Gum. Oh. and. I'll sing like. Michael. BOOB way. With this sticky. GotTa stiffy. Oh. Spin through your block. Like A. The fucking. I can't even make sound of a violin right now just that like you know like I feel like Michael, boob lay songs always have some soft like violent in the background. Yeah. Real shallow or something. Nice. Some real homely shit hardwood fire a harvey fire. Is Me playing. Football Football Football Football Football football football, football over. Not that not not that European football. This is that real football and let me tell you something dude it. Sure. Was Nice seeing the teams back out on the Gridiron over the weekend. Yeah. Yeah and look us that was. Not going well. That was just wake one. There is no better place to get it on all the action with draft kings the leader in one day fantasy sports to added this week's been draftkings has millions of dollars total prizes up for grabs. 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N. minimum five report excuse me minimum five dollar deposit is required. Okay. There are eligibility restrictions and see draftkings dot com for more details. Broadsword people watching you know I'm certain I've mentioned this before. But when I was working at T. mobile this anytime, I hear a harp I think of this story and it's like it's so fucking depressing, but it's funny for me. And everyone else because we're not this person but. orienting mobile this person comes in to get. Her minutes reupped because she just had like a prepaid. car reloading your card. And I was like there was like a art school nearby and was like Oh. Yeah. You go to school and she's like, yeah, I just graduated actually I was like oh it's still like. You major in she goes harp. I'm like, wait what. So. Yeah, I am. I. I'm a harp player. So I got a degree in harp. I didn't know that was possible. I was like, oh That's cool. So. Like what's she's like she's like, yeah, it's Kinda. Scary. 'cause I don't really know what I'm supposed to do now. She was so deadpan about it. What was her name? Do you remember? No, fuck no was it Helen. Helen. No No, no, no, no no, it's not. It's not. A man enough to admit this is not I'm not trying to get you here. Just, there was a there. I listened to a how I built this some woman that started i. think he started this Sunscreen company what the fuck is it called? It's like they were the first ones to do sunscreen that you're supposed to put on like every single day. Sephora bought up all their inventory. They like. You know they're worth like millions and millions of dollars now but she started as a harpist. That's how she made her money. She and she would call herself. Holly Holly the Harpist and would like go to nice restaurants and like give them her business cards is hoping that she would get business that way and she did she made Oliver Money in the first five years just by going and playing the harp at like dinner parties and stuff like that. Holly the heart now Sh, this woman is blonde. Now that like how sick would it be to get a Harpist for a party? Oh. Yeah. Not. Even. Like turn party like a birthday or something like that. That Necessarily always saw like cartoons and stuff where you know there's a harp player or I feel like an old movies heart players. Yeah. That's. That's you know. I mean Harp player was the court of Lake what eighteen hundred. Yeah. That's true. That's very true. Going up to them. Can you play the whisper song. Yes by the young twins. Being being being. Ping. Ping. Ping. Ping Ping Ping Ping They sang like an eighteen hundred. Can you play the whisper song by Michael Bloo Blah? Bloo boy boob lay dude how sick of last name I know Blake. boob Oh my God. Sick it's only big share on their. Own My. God Zan the fuck out. Yeah I just have to punctuate that story with that girl just laying that on me, and then just sitting in the chair while I reloaded her prepaid minutes. In not, really saying much else and I was just like well. Good luck. Have a good I said something to the fact that I was like Oh, maybe you could like I duNno. Like drop in studio sessions and that's what I was thinking. What if we got a harpist to come in and just record some crazy loop's? Like, we make a whole album that's just our trap beats. I mean. Fuck trap beats rapping over harp. With, no, no journal. Drums. Wedding songs of all time. Yeah. We have a tap tempo very softly internally, and that's how we stay on. Wow. What a man? WHAT IS HARP I? Can I guess the only time I think of a harp is like game Shosha it's like. Or like turn the page type effect no, there's a there's A. There's a tick tock sound that's so that some implying the harp. And it's very like emotional makes. You think like something that you're about to say something. Super. Deep and and. what's the word I'm looking for I, can never interest when I'm Lis- introspective. Whenever whenever I'm listening to my own voice through the headphones something shorts out in my brain I don't have that like circuit. Okay. So you just like get caught up in what you just said I just can't think of things though I just I just like so much I. Think I just googled harp tight beat. Someone to play on a plate the second one. See what's this McConnell video you sent Oh, it's going to be good. We're GONNA play the video. Okay. Okay. Hold on this. For Watch dreamworld on this is beat free. Yes. Free yet. Okay. Here we go. Let's go. What do you? What do you feel? Rainforest. These are Greg's beats. GR X. G. fired. Heart. Just, watch the drums be complete trash. Game of thrones Taibbi. This. Love it. Chris Brown Shit. Yeah. Cool. Man. We can do. We can do a harp type beat. and. Then we can do a whole music video and fuck in. Armor. Po Post did that Asshole Oh. Yeah. He did that Shit but we could also like Flying Zealand and like get it in the mountains. Oh, actually use the game of thrones set like this and we can we can. We can just like fucking completely. Humiliate ourselves and dress like Frodo and whoever ever is boy is. Z. -ther Yup. And we just the whole music video? Is US going to burn the ring but it's like crazy via fax like it's a two million dollar music. That'd be fun just in. That's not even the total budget. It's like a five million dollar video. I would I'm in I'm fucking end for it. I do there's so much that happened this week I know what? AIRBNB over the Satanic Shit. Yeah I mean I feel like everyone's even seeing that at this point okay. I mean for anyone that hasn't. explained. What happened? Basically. These people went to an AIRBNB and they were bugging out because the The. There's just objects in the House that looked satanic. To them basically. There's tons of shit. Oh no you're right. You're right. There's actually a a bunch of Shit in there. And The funniest Mars the advertised. Basically, he complained because he's like I have a child and there's all these absurd decorations around this house and he posted with the listing photos were. Yeah. There's like a plain white room with a nice little rug and a bed and no decorations at all and then they get there and it's like this is literally a statue of a goat with the Satan symbol behind it. Sitting beside a picture of a goat. And there's like naked chicks all over the wall and like. Bro Hold on I don't know man it's pretty wild to me. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So yes so there's a there's What would you call this? It's like it's almost like a book end like that size and yeah, it's a goat. Sit seated on with a Pentagram behind its head, your two fingers held in the air, and then the image of next to it in a wind up toy of a goat. Banging this Blonde Lady Yeah she looks like a Joan Cornella. Drawing. Yeah. So I guess what happened was he he didn't know eating complaints. Sorry the the host. He he maybe like Oh, he tried to get his money back on the host reached out to vice or something and vice wrote an article. Basically saying that the host was right. Down to not give his money back or whatever, and the dudes like what you mean I I showed with my kids. Yeah. The others like There's an image of like A. Like a a random naked girl and then there's this kantle. With some shit in it and then. It's a big poster. A sex militant. And then a dead bird in a bag. I mean, fuck this Dan you can. You definitely have grounds on dead bird in a bag. Are you kidding me? Yeah. That's just straight up like illegal probably. fucking duck hunt points just sitting in a ziplock bag on the table. Yeah Yeah exactly. Yeah. Man It's this you know. I got some state and stuff in dead bird but other than that like the bedroom exactly how no this you're welcome gift. This is like an offering I'm what they call. Nether can I think you know mentally I'm a cat. So I killed this for you. So you have to accept it. The cat. Yeah I'm actually a cat. So yeah, this is my gift to you. You'RE A cat. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. He gets on all fours and starts rubbing his head on his ankles. He's like. Kind of tight is Kinda yeah. We would you say? Yes sure. Obviously. Of Its and in the morning that dude is all fours balanced on the fence line. Damn Mother motherfuckers limber. Jumps up in a tree murders. Another bird brings it back. Thank you kitty. You need some milk. Daddy needs some. Does need some Michael Boob. Yeah. Bro Apparently, he was like dog shit at singing. That's what he said. It'd be like the beginning of his career and he liked went to a vocal coach and after certain amount of time he got good at singing. But really yeah, he says that he was a terrible singer so you can get better at singing like I, know you can take vocal lessons you can work with vocal coach but I feel like that only works for people that have the gift. Of Gab are think when he says he was bad at saying I think it's like he probably had power and range he just had no clue how to use it. So yes. So that's how bad it seemed right but I mean I guess in context. Like like I'm on bad. Yeah. Part of my voice box that's equipped for anything of the sort. Yeah. I. Mean we're you know neither you are ever role he's going to be you know flatten that a key only tune on the Donaldson for the rest of my life. I sent like a song. I made to baby now money and he was like he was like, why don't you try and sing without tune and I was like you don't even You if I sent you that right now you delete my number. Did such a like such an unintentionally mean thing to say I'd hate reading that overtaxed. I'd get fucking sensitive. Trust. US. You just driving that Allah tune. Is that is that a is that a jab? Jab. ME. Did you like it though? Yeah. So are you saying? It's good. You trying to embarrass me I. Don't like I know that Oughta to such a polarizing thing now that I don't really. I don't get offended by that. But I also now I listened to shortcomings Anthony like what? The fuck where we thinking putting that on my voice a man like what did you just dial that down like notches it sounded fun. I mean. Yeah. Crank. Chris I'm I'm going to say. A Christian I'm just deferred a Christian. I'm say it's this fall I'm just deferring to Christian. Why did you let me do that? Now I mean, I don't know I really don't know why we did that. I mean it's still it's still bangs. It's absolutely spanks. Yeah in the whipper Rony but. Some snow on Christian. Not, so knock on Christian at all I'm just you know there's always stuff going on right now but people taking advantage of impressionable artists. I feel that. Yeah I mean. Thirty thirty you know I had a beautiful voice, the whole time and. I just felt like he was never really like looked after or taking care of. United, seeing to the MIC in and all of a sudden I'd hear back with layers and layers of auto tune on it, and it's like why and so I started to believe that just sucked. And everyone in the room kept encouraging me keep it keep keep. It sounds dope dude and it just delayed me years and years of my career because this whole time just sitting on. A gem jam of voice and I mean it got it got so bad. It got to the point where I would I had it installed in my throat permanently yeah. So that I could you know if I was singing in the in the car the shower that's how it started. By times when I was singing even alone, I would feel self conscious got to the point. Eventually, where it was just my voice no matter what I said I would hear it and I would hate it with tune on. Yeah. So you know I got a stomach, but it was like auto to install Mo-. Yeah, and so I was just permanently. Yeah everywhere and anywhere. But pull up to McDonald's, and I would order and they would give the Travis Scott meal every time even if I didn't want it. And I couldn't shake it and then it just it turned into like you know. People to start treating me differently. What are you saying? I can't understand you take that thing out of your voice and it's like I thought you liked my voice like this. Yeah. Yeah. I really yeah. I mean I feel like. Kind of you know the pain struggle almost. Got to a point where people just nonstop. Took it off. Without it, but it's like it's now my brand. Yeah. 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You might not achieve fucking Arianna Grande eight or some insane power vocalist range but I think it would definitely make you better. You know like, yeah, and that way you would sound good I guess if if you knew like. Techniques and stuff and and and where how to push a voice and all that could it could play but yeah. There's so much of your voice that you probably have an unlocked yet like everybody the average human only use ten percent of their voice voice box. Have another ninety percent of the voice box that's just lying in wait. That's the. New. Gary going to be saying eventually you need to fucking saying, he'd say yeah. You you only sing everyone should unlock that ninety percent. At Inner Arianna. `Grande only difference between you and Arianna grenades that she had the nine percent unlock already. So if you just took a class on not the percent. Goal, to being a motivational speaker is like you just have to say so much shit in small amount of time that no one can question whatever you just said, and he just ramble that information down the throat and then all they leave with like damn. I need to grind harder. Yeah exactly. Exactly. That's the overall theme everything. Damn I really got to. Get. Back on grind. I'm not killing it enough. I really need to kill it more. That's the lesson. You just gotTa kill it dude. You just gotTa absolutely kill it more yeah Bro. Just you know by the way speaking, which did you hear a bow has braids again? I completely forgot about that Shit. Dude. So you realize that was like deleted because he stole. XS fucking album cover and font and everything. Way what that's like an x album cover. That's like his like things like bad vibes. And then with that broken heart. So. Okay. So what what's the story? Hold on. Let me pull out and covered I thought you said that because it was just a funny thing to tweets like. Who Was it that tweeted Joe Fifty thousand RT's and I'll. Already or Money bag is yoga. Got It. Vibrate. One, hundred, hundred, thousand tweets and Okay. So this is what people got upset about it was just like this broken heart paying with bad vibes like. X. Had done that already but yeah, I mainly sent it because bow with the braids is back. At least for me, the bow with the braves that I remember was in like Mike and it was like fourteen years old. Saying that eligible remember that I don't think you know you gotTA. Have some sort of year read the room a little bit when it comes to that sort of building hype or something, or it's like how many people really remember you with braids specifically, you have to be like really really popping for people to. Remember your did the phases of your hair? Bro. What if what if? It's just a it's just an unreleased from when he was like fifteen. Bow with the braves back like Oh Shit Oh, it's a while it's actually really him with the brain I'd be kinda stoked. He's like he's young so. When I was in hardball? No, he wasn't. He was in he was great in is entourage. Oh. Great actor in that show. Yeah I. Don't like I. Feel like Bowel has other facets he can explore like I. Don't I don't know why. I mean, he does well on streaming these music videos, they like a million. One million. No sorry it. No, he was in the theme Song Hardball Featuring Bowel. That's what I remember. Low Bowel featuring Lil Wayne Hardball. You ever seen that music video. See. Two. Guys on the computer segment. Yes. Sorry. I did. I think was little I. Song I got traction or something Oh with Sammy Holy Shit Yeah, you nursing this. Oh, my God with forced. With Kiana. This fucking movies great dude Bro. So sad dog Sammy. I think he goes by Loyd. Now I mean, that's Lloyd. Look at how young Lil Wayne looks in this Broad. Look a little wayne in in the hot boys video. Let me. Let me media showed slow. Ballad the braids. Yeah. That's bow. The brains right their. Dog Lemme set up by the way we're not playing the song guys we're not. We're not playing it because it would get copyrighted. Yeah and also by the way while I'm talking to logistic stuff, that's why we were talking about what we were doing yesterday because that's why episode is late today we were shooting all day yesterday so we couldn't record. Yes. So now we're recording the first chance we get but that just means that adding process takes longer. So that's why we want to apologize for this late yes now the. We had a very long shoot yesterday and it was A. Man With three. Yeah Basically I was driving home in the fucking. For the ten right as you hit the exit where you cannot leave anymore and go back to the ten. It was stopped. Like four cop cars some accident something like literally Oh stop there for half an hour we. Just sitting there am. I fuck in. Our like. Talk to cliff for a bit and then left. New Like Uber, Dan just to like see the rap out he was like I thought you guys are GonNa go later. Really, because he's used to music videos being like sixteen hours. Yeah. Hold Bro let me bring up this hot boys music. Video. or a hot girl that means and then we let's talk about Ti to afterwards Oh in his that is so crazy Yo. So funny hold up. This is a rip from the box. Do I always talk about this channel and everyone is anyone I ever mentioned it to goes what the fuck is that. Do this was like before. trl For me. This channel, you could you could call in. A like. You can see at the bottom. Like? It's a system of a down to thirty seven. Okay. So that's the number the idea for the music video and you would call in and you'd punch in these numbers. Okay to request a song. Weird is video channel Yeah on the channel, the video music Jukebox, and then you could call in and then it would show a little phone in the bottom right corner and show the next number for whatever. Me and my cousins watch this shit. This should so much to the point that we just knew the numbers it was so weird. Damn so you would call in just a like off now we're always three seven today. Yeah, we were I was too scared to call in. They did it like once. But. Yeah what this? So The video or the channel Yes. Called the box. No Bro. You never seen this girl boys hog girl. House Ongo. Anita Hacker I, watching me more at. Routers. Yeah. Dog Prowlers. That's my mom's favorite car dude. This purple prowler always live one look how hard this intro was brother she looks like a fucking. Action Movie Hot Boys. At sick on my God. If I'm ever mentioned the whole conspiracy about before by during this period he had like fucking eighteen people murdered. Yeah. Yeah. So this is during that time and so crazy to think that these songs were blowing the fuck up and he just had people getting killed using the background just putting hits on people. Or doing it himself. Yeah. Just straight murdering people. Bro That's Wayne. Right there. Oh my God he's like fifteen. Yeah he's a young as hell. And so wild. It was crazy to see Wayne like become a rafter because for me when I was young I always knew him as this. My man he was. What. What was he doing in this song? Is Reverend. Comes in at then. After, Zane, he's like A. As the close out verse. You know this is this is this is actually kind of good segue into like all the label talk that's been happening with. Contract and Kenny beats and everything like it's wild to watch this from twenty twelve, which isn't that long ago. What can you say? I mean, he he was talking about like how fucked up labels are too and control like one of the really interesting things that he said was that labels. have. They have there's there's like a pattern with labels were were if they're going to sign an artist, fly them to New York for a signing party. And so the artists dope free flights in New York. I get to go to the city whatever. But what is really four why they're doing that is because in California, there's a law where you can't sign an employee for longer than seven years but in New York that's not a law. So they can lock them into even longer contracts in New York League. So we. Like to drink champagne and design these deals. Be. Just because they can sign up for like fifteen years for like twelve albums you know. So we fell for it. Yeah We fell for it God damn it. They did it to us to did it to us. We felt we know well, luckily were in a good deal. Yeah. Yeah. They gave us deal but we had leverage. We already had an audience and we had a popping song that's like the two things you need to get a good deal and we had those two things. But if you don't have those two things, you know leverage and they really take advantage of you buy, it's just crazy to think the craziest thing about it all to me is the masters not owning your masters yeah and having someone else own them which you know will I don't know how much a lot of talk about this legally but that? You know our songs coming out with this label. We don't own them. Yeah. do not and so. Like, that's just wild to me that the rest of our music we could do whatever the fuck we wanted to do with it But right now if you play this song with volume on our youtube video. Whatever label released this song back in two thousand twelve will claim that and get money for it. Yeah. Yeah, it's like why would like even though they don't they didn't. They haven't done anything didn't do anything and they didn't. They're not doing anything now with this song. Yeah. What do they have to do with this song now? 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And they blew it up and they blew it up and so that's what six hundred million streams on spotify and all the money goes to him and his producer. At songs still independent I'm pretty sure. So is he? which is fucking wild and you think about all the artists now that are just getting popping on tiktok. it's like that's you're GONNA sign to whatever. I don't know I feel like I'm bad mouth in this shit but I kind of feel though that I don't know. I feel like. A break in the song tiktok I don't feel as the same strength as it did like a year ago. Well I mean like there's a trend. Now with independent artists, you know kids that have ambitious to music that will go. They'll do these sketches where they'll. They'll find like an extended beat of a song. They WanNa remix right and then I'll do a sketch where the producers working on the song. They just walk in the studio and they go hey, can I get on verse like a Weird Sketch that everyone does sure all these guys and they'll do remixes of these big songs and they'll generate traffic to their own spotify that sure she's really working for some of them like they're some of them are popping. Yeah. And So I'm just saying like you know as an rt just as an independent artists now like it's something like tiktok that you posted video that gets a little bit of traction and they just push the shit out of it. Yeah. It's a lot easier to do now than it was even a year or two ago. Oh. Yeah. Yeah I mean. It's also kind of wild to. How much I mean even even in are working with the label how much Tiktok? Is Like acknowledged before you know I feel like even a couple of years ago it was seen as maybe I basically what I'm saying Tiktok out so powerful that labels could not deny it. You know what I mean and they had to embrace it and now the the point that. They just straight up scoured TIKTOK. Go this dude is poverty. Would you like to collaborate this Guy Yeah Yeah and? I. Don't know I mean it is also kind of crazy that like. Again, I don't want to I. Feel like we're just badmouthing working with the label right now it's not bad at all like, whoo, you're blessed to have good people behind us. Our experiences. Great. And but it is kind of funny that when you hear about the Arizona Service thing like when you join when you sign to a label right and they're keeping like essentially all your royalties. They're doing that. So they they they can buy tiktok campaign for the song and make more money. Whereas if you just don't do that and then just by the take dot campaign for yourself, even though two thousand dollars probably seems like a lot of front could be on the back end they could be. Just astronomically more beneficial. Yeah. This is kinda random talking about investing yourself as an artist? A southside he tweeted. Mandates do walked up to me and said. I got I got to K. on me right now. How many B.'s will you give me? A southside was like. Man I respect you for for even thinking in that way of just like approaching like a, you know a brand name producer and being willing to like you know basically pay for the work to make yourself better as an artist kind of thing. Yeah. I hold up and he's like I'd. I'd double, D amount like I dislike I I basically put together. Let it go whole Shit, on a beats and I gave it to him. He's like where the artists like that was like. TIKTOK. Bro. They. Beat on Youtube and then they then they buy fucking Promo and Dick yes yeah. Such a fucking aggressive thing to do big ass producer you. Give me a fucking beat right now. Yeah. Just emptying cash from a duffel bag onto the floor. That's so old school. That's like Scott storch. Shit right there. Yeah. Yeah. But this Ti shit is crazy speaking rappers. Yes. Being Rapper. Go Wild. So. This is a buck an article from the SEC SEC DOT GOV SEC charges film producer rapper, and others for participation in to fraudulent ICO's. This took place in one. Was this like what probably like two and a half years ago when all that crazy crypto currency ICO's were happening yeah. And I guess, I, guess Ti was involved in one called flick. act. which they didn't ICO and then never followed through on the token I guess. It was a misdemeanor he ended up paying like fifty to seventy thousand dollars or something like that. But I thought this was like Ti gets the weirdest headlines. Majors daughter's like I'm in was still in a row year as fucking now this. Don't like. You don't you have so much money picturing ti involved in like a weird cryptos game is so funny. Just a bunch of dorks sitting around the table and then we're gonNA get ti involved. Yeah. Yeah my boy Ti is very interested in Crypto. Sorry. I'm just like God distracted for second because I just checked twitter for a moment and Ben Con is getting into it with Kim. Star. Oh no way. What's he saying? Bring up I. got it. What the fuck. It's the weirdest. This is the most unexpected thing I. Think I've seen. In my life man. Oh Wow. There's a big thread. Yeah. I I don't even want to. Participate. In this, I have no interest in. Being a part of this dude show or rhetoric or anything we can read it though. I suppose we can read it What is even the premise of this? So. Someone said if you have two hundred, K. Yeah. Might not have health insurance at the end of the year. So it's nice to see. Kamala. Harris wearing Tim's and. Joe Biden Dancing. Okay to d'esposito. Have Two hundred fifty thousand followers and no health insurance at some point is you who fucked up? Sorry, Dude. Followers correlates health insurance man especially on twitter dude. I just don't know. Okay. Someone said. Be Right back explaining to the ER DOC, I'll be paying my bills in clout. And Keam said, yeah. But I agree with him if you have two hundred fifty K. followers, you have a pretty decent fan base you should be able to make decent money and pay for health insurance. Water reactions from this of of paps. PEPs. PAPS. Yes roasting who think what I'm saying is ridiculous I. Guess The reason why there's a reaction. This is because not everybody has an entrepreneur brain. But literally, any business you create or start, you can promote to those two hundred and fifty k. followers and then Ben said shut the fuck up. No argument just tears and then says no argument no matter how without out or persuasive could ever convince addiction that the Ron shut the fuck up. And then Kim said Ell. Ben Came Star Sir pleasing brand new with an L. please. This isn't fun anymore. Please help me monetize life. None of this posh sarcasm has actually landing all swings in all Mrs. That's what Kim said already like somebody tried to make dangles area and out of clay. Consider you a person who body James. I'm not body shaming I'm face shaming You're at ear man. Came on the robes keen on the roads here. Because I know Ben man that's just. That's just. I candidate observation random fight to take for Ben Yeah, such as weird, weird interaction man. Anyway. I don't care. IDC. IDC. I mean that's kind of interesting two hundred, fifty thousand followers in not making money off it. I two hundred, eighty ball followers on twitter that means nothing wouldn't say. Witter. Yeah. Followers on twitter means fucking nothing. You can't do shit with that now I'd like I think. Because If you have turned fifteen thousand followers being funny and then you're of roughly like I'm going shirt. People's what I mean even even not that like see tons of people with two hundred, fifty, thousand dollars to likes on their tweets how are they supposed to sell or do anything with that? Yeah and even like brand side brandon even really like pay for twitter. Stuff like that anymore now so Argument invalid. Invalidated Bro I. Am not to say that's not to say like not disqualify anyone that's put in work on twitter to get them on a followers. I'm more that's more dig at twitter platform. Yeah. It's so just vapid that like it doesn't matter. No you. I guess you can make money but. It's not easy and it's definitely hard. You have to grow a lot of different verticals for sure's. Still beefing with Chris Evans. Yeah I can't believe he would leak my big my big big meat like that. Yeah that's fucked up so I like I couldn't I was GONNA, tax you about it but I was just so upset that I just to it to myself I just. I understand that you're pissed man like just to have your meat up there for everyone to see I know like invasion of your privacy. Yeah, and you know I like I told you I just. Send it to him in. Private. and. What does he do? He leaks now he takes the credit for it and is telling everyone to vote and everyone's voting not realizing that. The whole reason that they're voting is because it's my gigantic big meet that they saw. Right, why did you send it to him though? I was afraid like it was just getting so massive and I was like, oh Yeah is this like is this like a growth? Like should I be worried? Like 'cause you, you gotTA assume Captain America has a pretty big Hog So I guess that makes sense to to, yet you'd send it to like just kind of knowing listen as someone with a big Dick who I'm assuming you have a big. What do you think of my giant genome swollen? Exactly. Pulsating member Yeah Okay Yeah. I was like you know I'm I'm big enough for three shark rewards and it just keeps growing and I don't know what to do with myself. Right and so what did he say? Lead the. Picture. That's the cold part he didn't respond and then. Three days later Oh oops. Oh, what Are you GONNA to open my meat. I'm pretty sure I'm. Pretty sure I saw the picture. Was it did you see it? I didn't. So I did. But like I saw one picture that was like black and white and super grainy and weird was that the one so. I just saw like someone sent me the video. and. I didn't get it. I was like it was just like L. O. Look at this and I it was like A. Greenie oh. Yes. It was a screen recording of his friend like doing something my goofy like iphone game like holding up to head or some shit like that. Okay or no it might have been like a a filter or something I don't know. Them gameshow looking shit. And the some do kitchen and they're like laughing about it and then so it's a screen recording of that video and the video ends and it minimizes and it's like his whole photo role. And so that that ended and then the fuck and then the screen recording happen and I was like I don't get it and they're like Dude, look at the photos. And I'm like. Oh, there's like does the one who's like? Pussy that's crazy and Oh, there's Oh damn. That's the dudes dig right there. Cool. That's my Dick. That's my. That's my Dick. Wait a second. So then I call the police and I was like, I have just found my penis on the Internet? And I did not consent to this. Hello, nine, one, one, I see my Dick. What I see my day, I see I see it on the screen. On the screen. It's. It's in the computer. How did how did my penis getting the computer? Surge. EJECTOR drive? No, you don't get it. It's in the computer. Stuck in the computer, I need to get it out. He's stuck in there. I was I was enraged I immediately reported the post DM Tim I said you take my meat down right now? Wait. What did you say? Who? I didn't say that. WHO said what take my meat down right now I didn't say that. I didn't say that at all. Who was that? Captain America please take my meat down down writing down down now. Bro. fucking. What is the ultimate humble brag. Oh Man I just you know I, pose a little video. In meet is everywhere. What am I GONNA do? Oh Man. That's what I'm saying. We gotta to start calling him captain underpants. Yeah. Yeah. Buddy Buddy. Buddy should not be ashamed you know. Way To go dude way to go. Chris. I don't know if it's the right picture that I saw, but it does make sense that it was grainy and pixelated you're. Someone. Would have blown it up from the camera roll and that's what I saw. Dude independent of that what a fucking terrifying experience. For Him Oh. Yeah. It'd be just like Oh fuck. I'm. Erica I feel like I feel that feeling that he had. Post and it's like the video processing and then it goes he sees the last frame and it's already up. There is just. Horrible like it's too late. Done, what have I done though? Now. Everyone's going to see my big. P P P P P. Then he's like hovering his finger over the delete button. He's like maybe I'll give it a certain. Give five seconds Yar Person is like take that down immediately like. He's like. Should I Let's talk about pros and cons. Look. If I, take it down now. then. Only ten thousand people have seen. But if I wait. Another minute. Could be twenty, five thousand. Yeah. Yeah. Let's simmer similar a little bit. I don't we i. just feel like the public let it marinate just a second and then I'll take it down. I'll be so mad if there's a marketing agency that's like, yeah. So we came up with the idea for Jimmy Kimmel to create the fake fire video and we came up with the idea for the Chris Evans Pena's vote campaign that is actually not real is generated. Using can We ingested about two hundred and fifty thousand images of pornographic frames to create this fake Chris. Evans. Penis. Yes. Exactly. The peanuts doesn't actually exist in real life. Chris Evans Penis is actually quite average in size it's just regular it's just regular regular Dick. It's no captain America's Dick Whereas I'm concerned that's my opinion. anyways. So. Yeah. This was entirely based created with a I. And yeah. There's an instagram page for now. and. You're all bald pictures completely. Created. WERE THEY I? and. The balls will be incorporated in the new fall guy season. All Fall guys will feature a Chris Evans inspired. Gulch. Yeah. Yeah Man. Bro. I mean. That was me why even act? Why do anything? Yeah. Just leave man. Yeah it's just you know it's like it's like by the way our. Patron comet or something like that from someone that was like through the end of the last episode pretty in cell. which you guys were like fuck hot people, men. Every three Blah Blah Blah. Yeah. That wasn't sell whatever it wasn't. So talk but I was just about to do it again is what I'm saying. So seven's dude. It's not enough to be fucking captain America. You GotTa Have Dick to yeah it's not enough to be a fucking top of Hollywood bro You gotTa have a fucking hanger to come on man Bro we're not wishing death on anybody. Okay and we're we're not saying that the world is doomed. All we're saying is that we have envy. Okay. That's it's not installed. Envy exists in all we're saying is give us a little Dick like. Now. I'm just saying chop off some day. You want. Some Dragon. Dragging these nuts. Nice No no no. Yeah. Yeah. Slice off dislikes don't need it all. The Dick. Over the rest of us. Tall writing it out with the fuck and yeah with the fucking bag it. It's like Bro I. Don't even I don't see. That's the thing I. don't even I'm not even a request that much more it's just it could always be better. Off. I. Just had a little. Just a little bit little vein like. Chop off vein tossing my way. Give. Me just a a slate vein real quick. That's GonNa be that's GONNA. Be fucked. Penis enlargement is going to be penis like Just. You know like Mr Potato. Head like just pick in public gear. Yeah. Yeah. It's GonNa. It's GonNa be like enhancing it. You know what? I mean like like I'm on my you know one of my. just wanted a little. A little more vein in the shaft, just like a little slow more pump. Any pre workout but for penises. Yeah, but it's not Viagra, doesn't make you hard. It's just like you know it's. It just. Makes you dig really. Jittery and. It's got a lot of caffeine and A. poop. Yeah Yeah Welcome. Mona Zone. Hold on I gotta I gotta well actually you know what? I don't got nothing we can go right into it got gotta do nothing I actually got to do anything I I was GONNA say I I might get a drink of water or something but fuck it nine I got his Bagel waiting for me I gotta eat this bitch Just, talk to the people while get my Bagel. Why don't we do? Thirty minutes now and you know I don't know what the fuck this week is just chance hack fuck meetings. Meetings. What a way to end meetings, the meetings, meetings, meat i. n G. I mean Bro on doing the fucking eight am shit with Dan. Ticked him tomorrow so. If. One of roll into the bonus after that, I'll probably be fired up. I can't do tomorrow because I'm recording something else. well, why the way wait are we still on for the free episode? Or have we gone into the bonus? Can we keep this for the free episode s? Sure Yeah, okay I want to plug the show this show that I filmed like two years ago. Which one is is now we're talking it's called now we're talking it's by it's by tug coker's his name and he was in the office. And do fuck what's other actor's name he's like one of my favorite actors he was in. He was in who show called fucking hell. Why can't I remember? anyways they did a show together and I'm in it and we filmed it like two years ago and then it was for it was forgo ninety I and then go down. Okay. So they just the show got shelved for forever even those done and they sold it I guess to CWC CW. So you can watch on CW seat it's like their online portal or whatever. We're talking in it's about sports casters I was wondering plug it Oh yeah. They really fucking good show and there's tons of like really famous people in it. Yeah. Wasn't it? Like would I wasn't like the cast like Super Insane yeah, it was just like everyone and anyone from sports and you were just like what the fuck this is wild. Yeah. Yeah. It was really cool and so I wanted to plug it I'm episode IV several still listening to the show right now go after this go watch that go watch my episode skip one through four just watch this watch five. Let's straight to five and watch only me I don't give a fuck about myself you know. Kidding Watch the whole thing because it's a great show and I really liked the creators they're awesome and tug is a friend and so watch it. Thank you okay. All right. See in the bonus.

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The Worst Date Stories With The Bad Dates Queen

Finding a Unicorn

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The Worst Date Stories With The Bad Dates Queen

"Hi Did. You hear back from Tom James Take your onset Norway He. enrolled. Mocking Bird. It's a bloody jungle out there stucco, these dating Jenny together and find out if the perfect is actually outfit all just searching for mythical creature that doesn't exist I'm colleague Barry I'm Elisa Paschke and we're finding a Unicorn. Every buddy, way out back eight is as episode number. Worth time flies two weeks already. Or what? The H? How are you my little cream caramel? Kobe. Nickname of while I. Know I forget sometimes, but I'm back. Now Collie I. Know I said. I'd let you go first, but it's all about me. Let's be honest. For Dole and it's a jungle out there of sees jungle out there. It's Zilly as it always whooping, although we've had a break from heaven way with these soya, but before we know it, we'll be back out in the jungle. Other things have changed so it still bloody ship. It's been a digital jungle. Art So straight off the top what I want to say is yes. I've been making beautician appointments now that everything's lightning up. And I called the place that I get my Lashley done, which is like a perm of? Run! And they're like no worries. Oh, I do too. The White List Oh. Just warning you this four hundred people on it shot, and this place is is not even that big, and not even that known about you know influences. Go there or anything I thought. I taught Knit Group of people that win and his three treatment rooms, one hundred people. I was like Cosa next year. Then that is next level moving on all of the TV shows are about to start I feel. Do you think so well? This supposed to be so Pharma wants a what are used to love that show. Classic Beckman's Day he was like a bachelor, but for Pharma's Yeah Okay Big Brother at some point, and all that that's dyke relied on actually looking forward to beat. Brother is really into that back in the. Days that was real good. What I'm sort of confused about is that it's already been filmed. Yeah, so it's not live well. The whole point that it's supposed to be long. Because you've learned people out h wait. That's what I'm trying to figure out who concept it must be and so, who's voting and WHO's? Do you know what I get the impression from the PROMOS? There were like I. Know that I need to stand my ground and protect myself and I feel like I can win these bad boy. I got almost a survivor esque. Vob and I'm not about that on I. Don I want people to be themselves? Don't want these characters trying to be and not to get to the end. Okay, so maybe it's about. They each other out something API. Dog Eight dog did not about hunger. Guys say batch in paradise. Don't know when that's coming back but bring it on again. By the time of the as these couples of bloody broken up. Any yeah, absolutely, it will say the new bachelor lucky is in trouble. Already hide him never I, haven't even seen an episode loved to. You had a crush on him on the fifth of our he was on then he came back for the old style survivor and he was a cocky brick. And all the goes love team. And then there was a rumor that he was with. One of the survivor goes in real life. Her to go on Bachelor. which is often Laka? Hey He's a dog, so there was an article saying he's in trouble with produces because he's already hooking up with too many of the contestants. Manslaughter alive, he's a whole endow one show. I can get around and it hasn't come to Australia yet, but it's hosted by Charlotte from sex and the city. No Room and it's cold labor of love. And the tagline the describing it as the adult version of the bachelor on the ad, it says Christie, the Labor is mandatory. A love is optional and as his forty one year old woman who just wants a baby daddy. And it's all about she goes on dates with. Prospective partners who then will impregnate her and give her the is the Baby Daddy? Yes, so are they in a relationship, or is he a sperm donor? Basically they all come on with the premise that this woman wants a baby you, can you die? You get to know each other. Hopefully. Fall in love, and you know the end of it. She wants a baby so. So it's like, yes, the bonus is they have a relationship, but basically the challenges are who would make the best father. Yeah, so she's probably picking. The Guy who's leg got the moist going to make the best. Dod Not necessarily falls in love with Soleil. She falls in love exactly. ooh, that is very interesting, isn't it? And I said before I'd be the Bachelorette. Everyone I'd never be on the Bachelor Law. Look because I don't want to compete with other famous I. would one hundred percent babies person because I'll tell you what the coming on their for attention. I NEU- that they have to have a baby with this person, so they're not messing around well. They're not gonNA mess with that. I think you can go on the bachelor or Bachelorette. You can get peaked and then like it's pretty noncommittal. Lucky you can break. How often? These, you have to have a baby with this person. ITZIAR that is serious. These people would have to be pretty into it. Sorry, are they like twenty five year? Olds noise. They're all older. Word and so they do challenges. Around kids and things that she wants to see how they'd be as. I find really fascinating. What like men would go on this show because I'm sure that if they just wanted to have a key lot, they could catch. More is sixty frosting on them, and maybe they the benefit for them. It's like off the shore and Women Noida I wanNA, baby, aw! Would come up the bachelor and Bachelorette Party fault. They go to events. Where is this show? They come off and the appeal is to the old woman who wants a baby, so it's no missing around. Rows of different isn't it. Anyway or if a two year Collie old that Tokyo Spin. warned me rash up. Actually wanted to have a small rant today. Sorry I'm doing a bit of Elisa. Because usually, this is your task short did I? It's my time to winge so during this week. I put a pick on my instagram and it was a little bit more risque than my usual. It. Swim So. Bodies Unlike there was literally the side of my thought by by an outline of side of my bomb. If you've got it flaunting. Yeah Sorry I. Put that on Instagram. Whatever I just did it anyway. I had a few people homey that I'd gone too far right they. Comments and sent me dams, saying I'd gone off and I was overstepping the line with the further and on following me. So many people are we talking like a fear that was about those at least five or sorry on the actual comments and I had a few people may as well and other people that you know or just random noise. Just rant I like. Here's the thing. I. Don't care if you on following me like going for like if that's not what you want to say on instagram. That's your choice on following, but we'll have a problem with is paypal. Her I'll rising that I can say it publicly on my instagram, and like they made me feel that. Do you know what I mean I kind of like shamed me Philip, posting that are. Really really annoyed may yes. You why did you post that it wasn't a sponsorship thing? Or anything was it. Were you feel good on a post? It pretty much. It wasn't old I because I lacked these days. You Let. Things. But like I thought what the hell lacks feeling good wanted to try something so I did it right as people who make these comments take. From Years Impel Limited feeling right? It's not a huge huge deal, but like these Internet trolls right. They really can annoy me because I just think you daren't. Just scroll on if you don't like it I'm the sound why people have to make a point of making a negative comment. And I mean you see it constantly and let me tell you this time. Compared to what I've had in the past Tang mafs, mafs day like Oh, my God. I got told her. I still don't get it, and it's still prevalent and it just it just really really annoys me and these people have probably faceless people. Hey, lie most of the time they are having said that. I don't want to generalize here but I. It was always women like older women. Kind of shame me for that was kind of a little bit of the trend does really funny actually? Someone vert a comment auto. Rated out, you can older. Karen's just shot up stores it back and you'll find. The manages back working now. They're waiting for you Collie BEREA. You look absolutely good smacking. Well, that's the thing, isn't it? You'll often find that people that make the bad comments there either yeah account, so they have private instagram's. Stalk them. Come anyone's comments on their profiles. And this gopher thought in your public profile fall, or whatever so you have to be open to. That would be the badge and you're probably got. Ninety nine percent positive feedback, but it's always kinda that. Few comments you focus on in your pretty good. You're pretty resilient is just as what do they call them? Cable Warriors, yes, as people are bit jealous, they like consistency that aren't change, and you're not someone who posts are overtly sort of sexual thing nor God never and so often or just it annoys make these people were just nervous. I anything like that to you face, nor exactly as other exactly the kind of people that wouldn't site by saying, and they have realized I've got some kind of power sitting behind their cable, entirely riding out little lack nasty comments, and like it's just. Unnecessary and I just think these people just need to scroll on and get a life exactly just on followed. If. Upsets you that much, you'll soften. The other day when we were having a beach about someone about something, we can do these because we're amongst. Friends would never ever gone to that person's fall and say that kind of thing because it's really helpful and. To be honest, it's we don't know what's going on in that life like yes, you putting up a facade and so you're opening yourself up to. That if you really have a problem with them and say it from the point of view of like. I i. just wanted to let you noy that. Look, you're allowed to do whatever you want to do, but this is how it made me feel and no, maybe no one will a grain that's fine, but I just wanted to let you know I enjoy looking at photos, and I don't WanNa on fully. These is out made me feel train aven that's unnecessary. But if you really feel the need, the spurt made that it's going against morals and ethics, and it's going to do something bad for you and. Then privately and an enormous. Why and sometimes we've we've had on AL instagram before like maybe once twice feedback about how something is. Might someone feel and the way that I've said it is so constructive. Yeah, thing like understand what you're saying him. whiteside that, but this is how it made me feel, and maybe that's something to think about in future, and we really appreciate. Oh, absolutely, we welcome any kind of fade by definitely. Sorry, it's just. Just jealous speed beat up. A ease annoyed me this week. I mean it's what everyone experiences and can you imagine some people who you not very liked the amount of trash? They must get I often rate on certain people's profiles, and who I could not handle that absolutely not yeah, you can't actually at this off. Annoy you like I know. I'm having to Iraq because it has annoyed me, but like yeah, it's yeah, it's as faceless paypal. Just go to lack. Let it slide, and so on. That note guys Mike Kelly. Archer NHS go to finding a Unicorn hopping a really lovely review. Pump up because feeling sensitive in down after that. I'm, but the COD. Be Nice to me. Right paypal, enough whingeing for me. It is an to the stuff that you guys love the most, and that is about shit dates, and we have got aleisha abroad and on today, and she's the founder of the facebook group bad dates of Melbourne, so she created this group in response to basically all the day she was going on which we can tardily relate to, because that's exactly why we created these podcasts and facebook group did become an instant success, and she's got about one hundred thirteen. Thirteen thousand facebook followers, which is pretty cool. It's insane. She also has bad. deitz Australia as well as bad dates of Melbourne's in Melbourne you can pop on that one, but I'm really excited to talk to her colleague because I feel like she's almost like online version of Al Journey. She started it to vent. And now it's a fun forum. Fun Community. Yeah, absolutely, so we all about it. We're going to give her a ring and we're going to chat things shitty dates here we go. This is aleisha Hi Aleisha is colleen. Elisa here from finding a Unicorn how you're a? Great, thank you. How are you guys going away? Fantastic? Those people can I ask you by Ali or Alita. Look I really by the. Call Ya at least what they call me on facebook but I. Suppose Professional things like rising in journalism I go by a layup, but know whatever floats your boat. We're going to go with Ali. Ben Yeah. We're best friends already. We'll jump straight into a if we can. We were just talking before we got on the phone about the instant success that the facebook page was is something like one hundred thirteen thousand at the moment I think was this started about a year ago. It's about two and a half old now and when I started. It I thought to myself. This is a great outlet to share my stories and my experiences in my anecdotes and are the key months people started submitting these stories and I thought to myself. Oh, bad dates! This is real, shared experience and You just absolutely want off. It's so popular. I think that it's really hit something in in single people minute and talks about an experience that we wouldn't really talking about before. Sorry, it's special and I love working on it. I loved your description on the group's evolution. Right so it says started out as an outlet to laugh at dating tragedies now a celebration of single life community Lofta telling the truth about love and romance and I think we pause. We've been on the same journey like we just needed something to talk about these. was there a specific moment or catalyst for your? That got it going or it just was like okay. Well I think for many years. People have told me but so many great bag date stories. You know you should write a book. You should do something about them and I remember one day. I can remember the exact moment I was cheating on the out, talking to attend to match, and he said to me Oh. You should write a book about your bad. Send just. Just in that moment, I thought to myself. You know what these is not a book. It's actually little anecdotes that perfect for social media and the firing and I got my sign out and I sat. If will pay just just on a whim, NFL myself I'll update this every day for the next however long, and it stuck doing a two and a half years now. Yeah. The great thing about that dates of Melvin. I feel like I'm similar with you. Guys aren't being on a Bichir any I feel like what we're told about. Love and dating enrollment in the media is really reflective of what goes on in our real lives. It's so much crazy and so much more wild and I. The stories that bad sites. That are way, he. You are preaching to the converted. You sound exactly like allies, and I think like I'd literally just dump. Someone and Liza had sub drama. We will just like. This is the West like we need an outlet bent about these, because mega implored, and like Ebay with different groups of people and night have their own stories to share like bad dates. Do not discriminate which is encouraging when you've been. been through so many I reckon everyone should jump on the bad deitz of Melbourne Obad bad dates Australia. FACEBOOK page. You really have to go in and have a look. Everyone invests so much by the way they describe it like everyone just gets so involved I think it's almost like a bit of a therapy session. which is what we find with our podcast. Have you found people give? Give you the same kind of Fade Bax i. find the ability to read and shake what Kasich, and how does that make you feel about what you've done Alaw -solutely I've had a few psychologists and Counsellors Ryan and said to me. You know he's at this phone with therapy that you're doing something. It's called something like storytelling therapy I'm not sure and I was like Oh probably the story. Story that sticks in my mind. Regarding this topic was the woman it was about two years ago I think, and she submitted this story about how he was td from her long term relationship on Valentine's Day, and he found that a partner had been cheating on her, and for her this story about being dumped on Valentine's Day. She'd obviously and a great deal of time reflecting on. The sadness of it and how impactful it wasn't her life, but she submits this story, bad dates and Melbourne. She reads the comments and she comes from me two hours later, and she says you know what I was looking at. My story is something that was hot breaking in terrible, but now I've heard the respect. Actually knocking about it a little bit lighter and a little bit happier about it, and that was really special to me you. It was negative, depressing experience. She tended into something beautiful. She kind of reclaimed it as hurrying so I think that's what's special about bad. Thanks Melvin the stories at surface level, depressing, but people reclaiming the stories and turning them into laughter and lot. My that's really beautiful. So what do you attribute the success to do? Do you think. Do you think it's because people feel like okay? We're all in this together. We're all going through the same things and you know can relate, and it was a bit of a nation as you were saying before. Do you think that's why it's done so well I? Think so I think unlike a lot of other places on social media. Bad dates of Melbourne has a really strong community vibe. Able supportive people kind. And I think you find that. Many places in social media people feel safe air a spate stash like you updating it frequently and putting some touch on it from my perspective. You know it's a community viper. I don't think you see anywhere else on social media so I think that's probably what makes it so successful absolutely and honestly it's some of the funniest I've ever seen like some of those some other stories alike sewer horrific, but saw good like and as you said paperless at inventing about it, so it's like therapy session, which is amazing, but did you have like a really really bad or something? Like? That was the straw that broke. The camel's back do this. Is it I've starting this page like what is the worst diet you reckon you've ever been on? Oh my Gosh I love that. You're asking me this because it's like Richard One nine. I feel. Anything is sometimes people in the comment, so make comments like you know these dates rail, and I think to myself like envy rail because I believed these bad experiences myself I understand I, know the trauma May. One Guy. He promised me this really romantic. Fun Date We. We're GONNA go to. It are shop around? Five hundred days of summer type guy era make bowls and do all that silly stop and half now before he calls me and says Oh actually. Came out and do some shopping. Sorry took me to Kmart and we did. All the shopping came up and it was just a really. Sh- domestic unpleasant GITE. With that first date a first sight. It was I think it was a second possibly. I do. Lot, I love embiid. But I main. It really wasn't what I was expecting. I was a bit disappointed. Downgrade FORMICA although having said that I think every time I go to I. Care I get ahead I. Can I end up lying down on a bed and having a map? May. I. Don't know about the journey that was on I was going to be called off to that. Are Echo on the. Did you go on another date with mobster that. No it's actually quite funny him. Say I think he message me to tell me that he. Kind of why we didn't go on another date, but I do remember a few months later. He messaged me and he said I've decided. I WANNA. Give it another guy, we he because my ex girlfriend doesn't want anymore shot up. On. Joy King. Does he take Oh my God? You know what that is just disgusting like. Thank God you had some worth, and you know like some people would just be like no even. That's just tear. He's not overly intelligent by the sound of. PAYPAL. Can I ask you. Do you have a favorite story about our favorite submission from someone? Else I'm sure there's too many, but. What I have a favorite submission here it's I. Think it's just sorry, unique and Hilarious, so it's about this guy and he absolutely allows cats. I mean he's Cap Mad. At home, and he's actually got of catching all the crap as well so he's completely cat upset. Six eight goes on a date with this woman, and they have dinner in a couple of drinks, and she notices his cat treasurer. And he goes great. This is my chance to talk about how much I love cats so shooting may talking about how he loves cats. Your three cabs. And she historian says three catsuit wanted three cats. That's too any cats now. This did not sit well with this gentleman. Sorry, she gets up goes to the bathroom and because he's. Upset about the fact that three cats too many cats he gets up leaves at latest her teaches hair on the date. She thinks three cats meow blood flow. She makes a fair point. Three cats is too many. Now you're dieting expert, we hear. How did you get into that was that since you've started the facebook page and we want your opinion on what you think about the online dating world, yes? Dating journalist and I run dating workshops, says well I on harm constantly doing dating things here there and everywhere as a little bit because of Covid but It's quite interesting the moment with everything dating isolation finch gear. All that kind of thing, it's all. Know it's always a dating disaster. SO-SO chugging along dating APPs still vice debate, but. I love. Dance Myself I. Love It. I Love Tinder and I love Kimchi Day my top three and people give dating apps a bad rap, but I actually think there are. White people yeah, no I couldn't agree. More opens up a different avenue. Doesn't it with people that you wouldn't necessarily run interior so? I think I. Think they absolutely amazing can make great people in them. You can say made some Dick's as dodds. Dodds. Allowed to ask about your current dating stashes, a my status single, and it is being single the quite a while. But I. Enjoy my life at the moment I love working on badge ice of Melvin pretty busy. While I'm single, probably Shyam very heavily single. Do you know something else I picked up from what you were writing? You did a post. Recently and I'm GonNa rated, so it was about how people ask you having your facebook page scares Mentawai and you're. You're going to think I've wasted my time bringing you bad stories when I could have been providing marriage, who pleasure and lifelong commitment to a dude who is threatened by anonymous, bad dight stories, and I loved that because way get the same feedback every now and again doing dieting podcast, and how intimidating, it must be for God, but actually experienced the complete opposite. I've received nothing but. But great reactions you in the same boat, or have you actually had people who were turned off by h a little bit excited. People who are now he lamb, and what bad dates of Melbourne as I absolutely love it behind it, but when you introduce Spanish of Melvin, all being dating expert as a concept to someone who's never heard of it before, it can be very hesitant. Then very nervous that they're going to be posted about the very nervous that they're gonNA, have a story written about them in the paper and you know I understand the hesitation, but the frustrating thing is it only takes a minute or two of googling to find out that that will never happen. I've got no intention of. Writing about the people tartly, dating on naming names or anything like that Psychic Villanova frustrating, I think I think people are intimidated a little bit by our main. I love Jaisigher is not going to change. US Nigga. Accept you for who you are on. Once you get to know what bad data Melvin as an you know everything that I do. On its ally and it's. I mean there's nothing to be intimidated by. It's not these feminist like leads. Dog Men, all who whatever? It's just a bit of fun. I just can't recommend it highly enough. Everyone needs to rate it because it's hilarious. Relationship as well like it's brilliant. Definitely I'm going to go back to the dating APPs One sec I heard that you aband- from Teenda the being an egg. Can you explain that what does that mean? I having banned from Canada for being in a essentially what you're on snapchat hijab. So I did a hilltop with my face on a packet of eggs, and I thought to myself. You know what I'm just GONNA. Put that on the L.. Tinder profile and see how it. Had did up there. Five hundred thirty two matches. Kinder- banned me. As Management for being an egg. How disgraceful and what do you think that was that? Some people who reported it for being like a fight per follow? I know is seen they reported as. I really don't know what rules I out. They don't actually tell you go you get. He's when you try to log in again. As you get an error, message any kind, get back. Your was the only thing about my profile. It was unusual not. I've had to use before that never had any problem with size definitely is I was in her? With as five hundred people who are swapped right to the egg Derek. I refuse them. There are a lot of men in Melbourne. Who Steve Eggs I'll tell you that. Only know. They were telling me all of the egg related comes bounding her fertilizing eggs or exa breakfast. It's funny, because even though I was. I looked at some of the laws and I thought. All right, but they take it seriously cease to ban I can't remember why I think it was because a friend got on and was wiping. Yes, and then was like. Hi, hi, Ha! Doing something that annoyed, obviously Tinder Obama whoever like they really take it seriously I feel which is good, but also an egg like it's love. Come on, I! Love Tina, but I can be a bit of Taty Pupa sometimes, I think when you do stuff like right the same message over and over and over. or You sweat ripe too many times I think tree is something in the system. She spanning whatever so that might have been happened with that one, despite the fact that I was banned from kindle I'm on Tinder now, yes? Different. Do you have any tips for rallies news? Some dieting tips a real life old dating apps where people going. Where are they going wrong? You know what my because chip is to acknowledge can be really disappointing at times and you could feel a bit crack and the damn the dumps and You might feel like you're going on dates. I run over. Not Any way about the reality is when the jury made someone Nice, so you have a good experience, it makes up all of the not so great times the thing that I would recommend ease. Fighting is not just about finding a term partner. It's about having fun and Chinese restaurants, and putting yourself out there and growing you confident start. If you feel like you know meeting someone, it doesn't necessarily mean that your failure dating reframe the way you think about it, you might actually have. A great experience in a completely different whites, not romantic. I love that because I was going to I was going to ask you I was gonna say because it's about bad dates kinda disheartening. How can you advise people with bad fatigue? 'cause we get people riding in as well saying look I'm just over at like wins that going to change, but it's what you said changing your mindset. It'd be high and just having fun along the way and a bit of a numbers game as well. Would you say just keep putting yourself out? Putting yourself out then to be on. If you feeling really fatigued, have a break. Some dating for Awhile I've had breaks from jogging for a number of months at a time, and it actually is really good at finding mind at making. You feel a little bit more refreshed about call process. It can really burn you out. Sorry, just take care of yourself. Darn Overdo it and. And just remember that I mean we're all in this kickabout. Sorry, if you feel disappointed is up people in the city that feeling point probably about the same thing sorry I mean it's kind of a shared experience in a way that kind of zip back to bad ice of and his well, we're a community dating together a community looking together so I mean you know in. You'll probably like Ossetia's. It never ceases to surprise you. How many news stories you have like way? At all and then Bam something crazy. We've never heard of before. You bit the same. The stories role in hot and fast at bad dates of Melvin and it's. It's rare that I'm shocked lots. Phrases this this facts FAB disappointing stories. Some of them are staff heard before I think a lot of people don't realize for example minicab lot women I think men don't realize that we put a lot of situations where the David married men like there's a bit of a disparity between the genders, not understanding between what the other is experiencing but they. Have started stop they just having all around us all the time. Sorry I mean I don't think we're ever going to run out of content. Definitely, and have you noticed anything? Deferred tweet coronavirus with all the stories that you're getting definitely. Less than usual. China video at the moment and I'll tell you what they are awkward. The awkward thing. It's great that we're giving it a gory bought. I mean they are a little bit unusual compared to the normal library jogging that being said here Victorian and we can say paypal provided. We do that one point five meters. Decency said we can have visitors in home, so I think people are starting to slowly spiking toward. bought again. Look dating is disappointing, but right now it is a lot hotter than usual so I recommend anyone to just lower their expectations little bit right now. Have you noticed any patents? Because initially way way were hot and that maybe people would at form genuine connections during this time, and not just be about hookup spot towards the end the last few weeks. We've really noticed that people are just out for some sixty times A. You're noticing the same thing. Absolutely this kind of camps to people that people who are playing by the rules, and then there are people who are pushing the rules and pushing out an hookups despite what women to be doing, and it's sorry shady. I grade I think what's going to happen is seen as the restrictions leaked. I mean it's going to be game on, isn't it? Ask God if I'm if I'm anything to go by. I'm gagging. Do you find it? It's like fifty fifty men and women or a lot more women. I'm interested to annoy. About seventy percent of women, instead he percent men, so there's definitely more women than men that being said women's submit stories a lot more than men. They probably submit nine out of ten stories, whereas any one out of ten men that means that I really encourage men to riding and this stories on the page because I was. Pleased to price tomorrow them because you know, it's a totally different experience. Dating is a dude compared to a woman, or at least that's what I think. You're being the face of a dating name. I am the face of taxing maim and I'll tell you what it is absolutely hilarious. I wrote a story and we'LL MAMA MIA NFL by the tabloids, and because it had hilarious headline, which I think was something like how my posted date was shattered in five simple words, twitter picked it up and people started spreading what five simple words would. The entering. And it went worldwide, it went to the NBA when the BBC absolutely everywhere, but I mean it's a to find right I. mean. How often do you get to say that? You are an ancient name so I love fat sarcoidosis treatments, so it would be like what I'm sorry. I have covering the virus I think this one. I'm sorry Icicle Lichens or something. Quite funny in inciting, but I mean when you do the stuff on the Internet, you put your image out there. You put your words out there. And he just crushed fingers, and you hope for the best. You just have absolutely no idea where it lands, and for example with that is the Melvin. Sometimes you post a story. The comments and you go. Oh, a neighbor! Ensure that way and I mean that's just the joy of the Internet. I WANNA maim. Do you WANNA. Tell us a bit about your dating workshops in parties and how I work. We love all that sort of thing. I do a Lotta tidies in workshops. They G workshops about how to use aunts very effectively, so we kind of look at how to use technology and communication do all of that kind of thing, but that thanks said so we'll be put on hold at the moment. We kind of navigate. Coronavirus are mostly concentrating on Melbourne and the there and all of that kind of thing. It's all a lot of fun and working in the dieting industry I mean it is an absolute joy. The people that you made in the stories that he allow it. Amazing well, thank you so much for you time I. Think we've gone a lot longer than expected. Besides your instagram and facebook pages, bad dates of Melbourne Bad deitz Australia for that matter. Is there anything else coming up that you want to mention all things that kind just on standby to corona passes nine. I'm happy with just stop at Melvin facebook. An instagram and bad h Victoria as well so you can find online, and you could find me at a later Brian with an extra end on the end Alita in on instagram so I play some stuff there as well. Thank you sorry much. You've been great. You've made us feel like we're not alarmed. By. Now now I own I old time. Mayo Collie. Properly allies them. That was good fist dight, success story I have for you from another blog which I love ladies best fist fight ever. We ran around the ten, which is a park in Melbourne. It was a rice. It was so fun. Is it too early to propose? That's sounds like the most horrific dight of old time. Doesn't it sound horrid I read that and I was like. Awesome the guy who did it with you obviously as an few and obviously found each other, and it's beautiful. That is so far from what I would ever on a I I my God. Matan light running track about four and a half kilometers so like to just like run as a reis can be. Sweating! I mean I wish I was like that, but but I ain't I ain't. Is. A Little Group of people that appeals to you, so it's that they've sort of found each. I. Don't get it. I Don may either. I thought I'd reach out and tell you about a shitty experience. I had an APP over a year ago I was saying someone who had told me that went on the APPS, and they had no interest in it because they were happy with what we were doing and didn't want it to change, which was fine, but did they have my best friend finds. Finds that. He had a further up of Monta. We've my dogs in it and my leg. In the far, the context of the FIRT horsely sucked Terry it was one taken a night. He'd come over to help me. After having a full twisting an ankle, he strapped the ankle and talked me into bed and hung around until I went to sleep to. To Dick move men. That is a slap in the face and a half. That is the absolute worse. It's just awful. It's awful. TONTO row him out. This is one from another guy. Highlight. He's would love your opinion on something I'm a thirty two year old guy who tries to be kind and thoughtful where possible I was set up on a blind date. Date with a friend of a friend I did some facebook stalking and saw that these skills bit. I was the day before I was saying here, so I took her a small bunch of Beth. I files on Alpha. Knight Everyone's opinion on this is divided a few people sites. Wait some sites truthful full on interested to get your thoughts cute or creepy. Collie, creepy. And the only reason why it's creepy is because he stalks to find that information. If she had told him it was, it was her birthday fine not creepy so I found out a bit more I was riding back and forth to these so apparently when he gives the flowers, he said all I saw that. Historic I saw that it was your birth. I've got these thousand. She's like is talk to you too? And it was a bit of a come together moment. That's lovely. That's actually really nice, but it could backfire because if the other person has an I mean. Of course, everyone's told, but you WANNA. Play it. Don't you sorry? It's so obvious that you have done a stalk by knowing. It's their birthdays. Are there two schools of thoughts familiar? If the geise blind date that never met each other if the guy's in l.. Lockheed and it'd be the most horrific thing that has ever happened to you and your entire life. If he walks up at your door and he's a fucking starring Cold Fox Bay. Banging things that you're saying, you would be delighted by like, so you I mean you're running the goal with that one, and like it could go either way. If I was repulsed by someone and he brought me, it would make me want to throw up on. But if I was so attracted to someone I, would absolutely melt on. The floor had gag at an gag. Gag On as painless. Full for all. That yeah, totally great. It's a risk is a risk and look. It didn't backfire, but I think the moral of the story is eight. Could so you need to be a little bit careful? who is if you've got a story? Finding Unicorn at J. Mao dot, com or instagram finding Unicorn. Full allies could also leave us a review on. Cheers subscribe. Reviews it awhile is. We feel lonely. Lol, stop that tell us how good we are remember. We need to feel love today. Spread? The word about podcastone spread. The virus is not much longer that I can be saying that Cali hopefully anymore. 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Help It's The Best Of Series 5 - Part Two

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Help It's The Best Of Series 5 - Part Two

"Hey this is sally home from the history this week podcast encouraging you to cast your vote in the upcoming election. On November third if you're not sure if you're registered, you can check out vote dot org for your voter status and details about how to make sure your voice is heard on election day. And if you're looking to brush up on issues that impact us around the globe should have listened to the world this week it is a time look at what's been happening around the world and why it matters it's available wherever you get your podcasts. If you just joined us about we caught the second part of best bits episodes. We are currently in a discussion about Ben's. Mustache since we finished, there is five Ben who's gravitated back to his native London and in the part of Eastland and he is now and it is a stereotype that younger men grow moustaches and Ben has now done that less than four weeks after moving down if I if he was in central London and had a moustache, he looked at one of the village people. But it's it's just as well he's in. Literally taking him. SINCE THE MINUTE WE START RECORDING They last episode of series five, he has grown that mustaches only just started to show now. Welcome. To defining. Irish. Studio. Fact. Mix it up. I mean yeah. and. Welcome to the second episode of the Best Bits of help high sex at my boss series five. The sixth series of help can never say that word. The sixth. The sixth series of sick. Me Take. The sixth. This is why I do the owner. So. Good at it. The. Speaking we've. Got To list until we get a series seven, this is going to be a recurring problem. Okay. The six series of help I sex my boss. took. You. Just. Mug. Six six series of Oh. You've got the idea but this week is all about playing some of our favorite moments say race five isn't it? Really? Is, and in episode twelve gotta live. According. Yeah. In episode twelve you and I, decided to write a reference to coach our listeners in how to write a reference and we chose the long-suffering. Producer ben in oldest ranch reference and he took it. He took it well. Why don't we write a reference for producer Ben? Out God he's GonNa love this about four. He hates it by the way when he only gets one or two mentions Seltzer. This episode elevated of power imminent will stay in the. Don't pull out face I'm only okay. Okay. All reference, my reference. So you say. It comes to me and said he wet on your podcast? Yeah. What would you say what was? Replying email. Hi. Could you please call me because it's quite hard to articulate my points there and Jessica. Anything in. Definitely, relate I write. It depends what Moody's in. I would say I would is it great? Pajau come on great produce right? He needs to work on his tone on Watson. Miss Him I message team. This only yesterday sank in block capitals I went Ben. I'm so excited when we can finally see you. And you never responded with. Yard need to work into central. London. Okay I touched. So to serve much of an outpouring of emotion William of with you now. This is a metaphor for was giving feedback depend if you come up with an idea for the podcast and you text on one of these days off Oh God l.. Cut Up. Here. because. Jay Oh God because if you text the day off even though it's about podcasts twenty, four seven, we're always thinking about, oh, he will let you know. So my advice jeffries please don't ask him to do A. Day. Off because she will got the most passive aggressive sponsor. William Wichita Nothing. WHO'VE BEEN Can I just say listening back to that we do actually love participant and he's very very is job which is like his older brothers keep him in check a bit. Much older brothers in your case no say age. Now. then. Ben's about like nineteen, twenty, four, twenty, five. Twenty six. Twenty. Forty six Okay our next clip that you're going to hear is from Listener Charlotte and this was. What are the defining moments of the series? This guy a huge response that went out on the Tuesday. So many people got in touch. So this is just was taken a step back from the silliness and having this letter from. A Final Problem Thank Heavens is from Charlotte. Hello Boys my problem is bitterness and to and a bit more personal. I hope that still all right for you. I'm an old woman these days that she too. Old. Klingon and having had I'm going to politely call a rough time in life so far I'm going through a long dark time of my soul and hoping to come out the other side at some point in the nearish future. To put it bluntly it's me more accurately. It's me accepting me accepting the fact that no matter how many times in the MIRA I can't help but be disappointed with wash I. See. I'm afraid to describe to you what I looked like in case when it comes to it, you'll believe like I do there's I'm not worthy of any kindness affection as I am. It's not necessarily the way. I. Look I do know this it's who I am but the way I look currently allows me to tell myself at least part down to that I'm undeserving acceptance I'm trying to give myself. I'm rubenesque I've got about. And thanks to an unusual bout of illness. When I was younger, there is a scar around forty centimeters long running all the way down my stomach. I've been trying to work on liking myself or at least being at peace with myself after some very difficult experiences. But I'm struggling. I wanted to be able to embrace myself as I am and I know it'll take time. But I suppose I'm asking for advice from you too. About how you've come to accept yourselves as you all. I know we all come into adulthood with our fair share of ideas about who or we should and shouldn't pink and I'm grateful for you taking the time to read this take care. Charlotte. I want to give us a big hunk. So Do i? John, Lewis if you ever wanted to come to one of shows, please come and tell us who you are because we just want to hug Charlotte I'll be honest that's slightly notch me. We normally deal with. Stupid problems like being people get over another football team. And that sort of thing. But that's actually deeply moving and there there's a lot going on there and the. There really is someone. If you're worried about you know some people don't really care about the coming up playing others of the if you're worried about that side of things, I would almost stop looking for for love because actually when I stopped looking. came. And if a slightly overweight balding etiquette expert in his can find someone to be in a relationship with you can too. On paper I shouldn't really be with anybody. So I wouldn't worry about that side of things and Most of the things that you feel are a insecurity or something that is not attractive is subjective and to somebody it might it might be to others it's not but you know blonde hair some people like dark how other people like it doesn't mean to say. You need to think that is. something. That people will judge you on. And actually, you could also argue until you learn to love yourself no one else will will necessarily love you and there is a lot. There's a lot that you can love and you've you've written a very sensitive. Intelligent letter to us on those days. Two very attractive qualities. Yeah definitely, you've ought to elated that very well leave and I'm pretty sure that when you look in the mirror. You'll see the West and yourself people will tell you this all the time friends and family it. It will be nowhere. As bad as what you think and I think you probably need to have a few more times and it's never. About thing to hear that but I'm pretty sure it's nowhere neighbors brothers what you think. William say you gave so much good advice. Thank you. Yeah but when you get, let's just like that you you. Blind to that, we give the loss of good advice but I think when you get less as like that. We don't qualify to peel. Clock Diane. Not qualified experts in anything other than education. And floor fillers, but other than that we try. We try and where we can, and we Charlotte's that was for you. Okay. Next up as possibly one of my favorite moments of. Five this is when I got to read William. Actual work. More. Take. My will. ooh, really wills done as well. Right down she bent good woefully. Until the start of this year when my and I bought a house together and if you've got to do that sort of thing and anyway, I had to make a little up update. To the will and it got me thinking that Watson was trying to find the email. I also found an email from the company I used to do. My will where they were taking issue with some of the things I put in it. Where they were making sure they were the I was aware that the appendix was not legally binding and my aunt actually expect. Everybody to To do what I've said I've sent you my last will and testament on text. Yeah if anything happens to me, don't bother to look through it to, but she's not in it. But if you go to page all, this is quite date this. I've never been to start thinking about well. Well, I think everybody knows. No. Ben's notion the wheel ever Oh. My God. I have included an appendix to this. My will which is a testament mentally document has been placed with this. Will you as this will? Yes in. The will. To right. Okay says. My wishes for my resting places, aloes. I'd like my ashes scattered at Clifton College, which was my school. Yeah My. Wishes for my allowance follows held in a cathedral, a very large church to accommodate the crowd. Second charged Clinton College Chapel entry, the coffin Zedek the pre Zeh Talk Zadok. The priest handle yes. Said laughter is using the carnation to stop just before choir start singing and all the people rejoiced because there is a lyric in handles work the people rejoiced and I feel that that's probably not appropriate for funeral. You are white outright as the coffin leaves the. Cathedral. Glut Curry? It's nothing piece of music again used in the coronation please come. One. Thing this is my death. Please consider the use of SUMMA's no Maltese enough is enough to be used. During the seasons I like the song and we'll have a heavy irony at the time. Know when people go I want people to have bright colors. Celebration. My Life I don't be rude said I don't think it would be livid. I'm dead I want people to be distraught for months full committal. What does that mean? That's for the the the burning of the ashes out the chromatic. Brown open up for smoking now, if you know this song from the seventy S. For you here it's I think it's going to be it just imagined this even in the crematorium Jordan. Once gathered difference dressed in black. Ones crying the curtains closing the coffin disappears. Great. Santa. Oh my God, he's actually got address policy to is I think this is the beads. The company had the biggest issue with Oh, my God strictly this is what it says here on Williamson's actual that I'm reading right now. Strictly refuse entry to friends slash family eternal with any of the following an open necked shirt jeans no jacket. Anything of the Lepage skirts to show bash shoulders, t shirts, trainers, and visible tattoos brown shoes about with a suit if male my body to where you just. So people watcher put me in in the coffin to wear a navy jobson hawks less you gives hawks are third of them. I think gives horse. necktie ends one. Hermes. I say it's A mass as or Hermes if you really want to be English necktie says one please not one used in a publicity shots. Make, sure my shoes polished properly take laces out with leaving. Them. Why sure solid silver cufflinks and color bones If I died with any blemishes on my skin icy spots do you see? When you look good. Old Financial Asset do you know what I'm trying to think? We really need to get into the hands Oh We should just say it wasn't actually my will. It was an appendix you. You. It was an appendix to the whale because remember legally the legal firm at great pains to point out that actually it was actually within the wheel it was a bit legally binding and because of the content of what you reading out and what I was stipulating can't actually be leaving legally binding guide for those that might be taken care of my affairs. So you enjoyed my appendix and read it I them taken out. No I nearly did. A I think the story goes the I was on a hospital table. In San Francisco we were on on holiday I think a seven or eight and they were bounced check out my appendix had being absolution agony for days, and eventually that my parents is GonNa come out and they were lakes gotta come out and I was in the room just before you go into be an Isa ties and I just sat up and went find. And just come down off the bed. That was the end of the whole thing was either now I haven't got my appendix taken out, but I very nearly did. So after all a two days of agony F- to hospital, it was just a Massey far that you needed today. It was way and. I'm not sure what it was, but it stopped as quickly as it starts. To. We don't know what it was I'll ask, but it didn't make it onto eight pm news because that came later on in life handsome media group network news part of the Media Division of my conglomerate Hanson Inc, and we found those clips and we played them out in episode seventeen. I found the other day on to something I've found in a hard drive. Sounds over that I found a clip of HMG and use. What's that? Henson media, Group Network News as a child, we added a full news studio built in one of the bombs. I Say News Studio I mean the this makes it sounds a little high tech actually was it was a lot of MDF. Just, I've seen the videos for this. It was high tech show the video of this you see me out takes, but I actually have now found a full bulletin. I'm sending this to now on whatsapp say you have it and you can look at it and is very cringe I'm just going to step away from the microphone and take my phone's out. If you just just look at the first few minutes. Oh my God look already it looks better than. God. This is what money gets you. Home. Jingo welcomes edition of HMG GM news. The Tournament of Inc Brian. Screen. Commander. The action came to. My. Describe. Okay the studios. It looks like an actual proper studio. Thank you. Again. We got the contract to the humane finding out. Are you speaking Yourself. Well. My voice was in the middle of breaking. Points I was trying to find a natural pitch. Oh, my God, this Gene Davis icon. Uh I'm only gonNA play a bit more because you've just watched this on our social that we are putting students west. Brian Hurson refused. He sound like a cross between really effeminate young man and Margaret Thatcher. Yes it's very much. That's how I pitch myself a child. I mean it's Still Cup as a young child you add to. An actual TV studio in money bonds ICED pretend to be on a news division the news it was the newsroom I tend to be on the radio it was like. Still. Use to pretend you're broadcast billions still still. Next we had at appearance on the PODCAST. Recorded an episode in Spain. This is episode eighteen. We had an appearance from one of my favorite people are plenty. Certainly, my favorite. Actually spent a lot of women that growing up. In board meetings. Yes. I've never seen mock cabbage. Actually. Mom. Have you got any. Place. She coming round. Sting. High William. Oh. Hello. Can you hear me? I want him I'm very well, it's. have. You met Ben Yeah. Live show producer. Indeed There Ben I'm just popping the shower will go night for Jordan's last meal gas and what traditional Spanish food you having Window Avenue Chinese? What's your order and? Sweet and sour balls. Girl after my own heart exactly I'll save you so very lovely. Yes. Can bring them back. That was Wendy. Tech is out for some nice authentic. Spanish. Awed. I feel. So lucky that I got to go out and say them. And what did you ask? You probably won't see them I think the way things are getting neck see them in the twenty thirty, one God. Yes. That'd be nice. That was that what's next please William Hudson. Well, the next best Bayton, and these best bits of come in from from the three of our suggestions. But also loss of the gene suggestions as well is where we revealed finally what your birthday present feel thirtieth whisper quietly the actually. Mar We push on our instagram. and. Also people be messaging and I guess it loss of messages on instagram saying what on earth was Jordan's birthday present came into your birth as a while ago at one tonight give you feel birthday people desperate to now I've had all sorts of propositions and offers and I've remained tight-lipped. Until now. Yeah. So here's some of the guesses that came through on instagram of different things. Popular choices were this is A. Fascinating insight into the minds of algae and divas. Dressing. Gown. And cuffs. Anal beads of cress signed a signed copy of Williams book got one of them. A dildo mean the copy of Williamsburg come. Copy. Nipple. Just to clarify of nut got assigned dildo from William. Not yet wait until you birth. Nipple Tassels. However. Congratulations to Jenna Lower Springer Emily Baynes Janice. Or Janice Pack. John mcpeek Hannah Fielder Becky can't and mini chops seventeen. Who All got it, right? Yeah. And Jordan let you tell them because you know. Okay your president. For my birthday. And I wish I. Wish and I will. I will. Help you out here I will. To The ged bizarre to tell them why got you this? Yeah, and it was a sort of a joke present but I know deep down, you've line them. I don't know what? Since of me, Flat William. Hanson for my thirtieth birthday. Got Me. A pair of sparkly high heels. Four inches a size nine high heels now is twenty twenty and do what I but there is no real reason why he got me these. No Williams got to in these heads right explain you explain because when we first went on on our very first live show, we did a little skit where I taught I put you through one of my. Finishing school type lessons. Because I when I go to China, not that I'm going there. Anytime soon. But when I used to go to China, I would teach a class called ladies, elegance class, their words not Mine William Happy Zone high heels. Yeah I. I'm very comfortable wearing high heels I can walk in high heels better than most and I felt that I should teach you how to walk in high heels because it would be hysterical because you are not the sort of person that would normally put your trousers in high heels. So we did this you you were. Terrible, at walk in high heels. But then every time we were planning another one of live shows you. May Do the heels. I could I could and I thought he so desperately to. TAP something inside. Joel. That, he didn't think was there and I I just give him a pair of high heels because you you gave me for my thirtieth birthday, a load of rubbish. The I was Never GonNa die I thought well. You can't me ten amend Jordan Yeah. You say years old now and don't forget the loop. Yet, ten Aman Lube and Fray Bentos pies. You got off lightly with a pair of heels from new look. 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Question has come in on email to help thanks it my boss Dot Com and it is from Richard. PIPKINS. Dear William Jordan and produce Ben a great name which Pipkins. I hope you can help me with my problem the day I was walking up the stairs to my bedroom and pass my housemate's from. His door was opened side looked inside and saw him there's There's no easy way to describe this. He was penetrating a melon. What the? Show. I have two issues with this. Note I'm reading. What is I get? Let's get this strategy is. Was Shaggy Melon with the door oh here. I have two issues with this. I have been trying to stay healthy during down and have been enjoying the melons in the kitchen on a biweekly basis. Have I eaten contaminated. Fruit. What's going on? He didn't see me not him performing act sign now unsure how to approach this with him in a way that went make living together. Impossible. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I understand lockdown has been boring for everyone and we all have out urges soil fruit is not acceptable. Kind regards, Richard. PIPKINS. Well I mean, cauliflower melons sales are gonNA plummet this weekend they. Could potentially be our best question. We cannot. We cannot imagine that interviews, oh. What's what's the best question you've ever had what is going on in the world we're in lockdown in. This can we? Could Richard Pipkins back in touch? Was I want to know what sort of melon? Wiser Kanter loop. Ghalia. Skill skin off. What is happening and let's just say, Hey. You know the world's a different unchanged place. I don't WanNa. Live in a world where people shacking melons. I don't want housemate shrugging melons I don't think. No. Do you have any melons in the house at the moment no. Okay there we go. We actually have people writing in having housemate to had sex with a melon like I said in the episode I will repeat again I don't want to live in a world where people are. Shaggy. Melons. What's next? Next is the of course we introduced finally, we caved into public demand to cave just a day of rest rest Jordan's joke of the week which became less-than-jolly and bring in Williams. whacky. Do It all? Because my because Mike is next door because my he'll think about an aneurysm again Mikey hates it when he does just doing now gone through it. So we introduced finally I, love if you did. Dot. Allison. Have told you and you back and we don't know all of a sudden John's ambulance burst through. CPR MACHINE In episode twelve, we then had a jingle that was produced for a spot. I said that said twelve. I'm sorry. In episode twelve, one of our listeners. Twelve ago I want. No I'm not anything. Yes and episode twenty, one, our list. Right Ben. Folk my life. In episode twenty, one, our listeners, and well composed a jingle the ever popular. Literary masterpiece Zillions. that. Rocket India. Told you like doing now hoping craft all day and Komo Shit. Mikey. 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My landlord has been kindly renovating, Victorian terraced semi along with husband and the plan was to do all of the upstairs except my bedroom today she has decided to repaint one of my bedroom walls and shouted down to me that she would start to move the items from alongside that wall I rushed upstairs shouting it head let me do it instead but by the time I reach my best. Night's Oh. No what she found settled. moved a number of items onto my bed including a sodden towel containing my recently used unclean. Vibration and but plug. A quality type of missile. By is ago weeks changed look both Tara and embarrassment, and she let me know she would leave me to the rest of the Sims Cook Up. She will be the house renovating most weekends until at least October and. Own going lockdown rules. I will miss the most likely be here all of the time. Do I address the subject with her or pretend it never happened and how do I live with this embarrassment for the rest of my life? Kind regards Sarah. 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"This motion is basically as they're laying the groundwork for defunding the sheriff's department has not. Bottom line that is their goal, and they're going to fund all of their Their ideas are offered through the sheriff's Department's budget. We take the lion share of net county costs and that's exactly what they're going for La County sheriff there, and if you live in Los Angeles or the surrounding area yeah you're you're you're concerned about this we live anywhere else in the country you get to watch another interesting experiment in this whole defunding police movement that is sweeping the nation as the La County Board of supervisors last night voted in favor. To put a deformed the police proposal on the November ballot and I can't wait to see how that turns out early polling or whatever because I. Don't know what most people think about this to me. It's so crazy but I have no idea what other people think about it. Check I'm being silenced as always any. Idea you get through the media as to how people feel is going to be wildly distorted and you can't trust it at all. I mean that that measure might go down eighty twenty or it might pass now. Substantially, I have no idea the so called reimagined La County. Proposal passed a four to one vote last night will hear from the one. Descent here in just a second, the measure proposes a shift of roughly ten percent of the county's law enforcement and legal systems budget and would redistribute the funds to low income areas and social programs. Call Social Program someone's breaking into your home. May Be the place can ride UNICORNS. Instead of horses is any of this about taking responsibilities out of the sheriff's hands you know. Some of it is that. million. Dollars they're talking about run. Yeah. It's a lot of money. Let's hear from the supervisor who did not vote for it. That's the next clip twenty nine. My frustration is at defend law enforcement in and call it reimagining. Is a bunch of Baloney I think what frustrates me is the voters are going to look at the title and believe this is something positive. Not recognizing that what it's doing is taking money away from public safety and it's not just share is the DA is the prosecutors it's it's going to impact this county in ways that if this passes will impact generations to come. The people that are going to suffer the most radically are going to be the same African American Latino communities the poorest communities they get the hardest impact because of the crimes. The people making the decisions are the ones living in gated communities on the west side of town will never see the impact of the decision. That's quite possibly true Yeah. We've been on board with why are police dealing with a mentally ill homeless person that's not what they're trained to do sure and they don't want to you know. And they don't want to a bunch of it. So I'm not the get that or his her argument a part of it was we can't defend the police. We need every bit of money we've got for police right now if we decide we also need. People to deal with mentally ill during any more money for that. Now. If you're a fiscal conservative, you might just see that as A. Ploy to get even more money, right more taxes but that makes sense to me I mean, was there anybody thinking that the? Police anywhere were over-funded. No No. there. There is the issue in this was Democrats who did this of the lavish pension systems that are now uncivil no doubt. They're going to defunding police but I. It's difficult to know you have to know the particulars of what they're talking about doing because in in politics, you purposely smear these distinctions, but are they talking about re apportioning a reasonable amount of money from the cops to mental health services? and. Say, Hey, you fellas you don't have to go on mental health calls anymore unless they call for backup and most of the COP shops would probably say finally. Yes thank you We'd appreciate the funding, but we get it and then you have the I mean half a billion dollars going to quote unquote social programs. Social programs while well-meaning are often justa just a drain, just a money drain. The money's appears I don't I don't know what specifically is being proposed here and I'll bet they don't either and we'll see that you got like ninety days to the election. So somebody's got to draw that up. In S-. In probably away this designed to mislead you go. Yeah absolutely always and and we'll have to tear into the particulars. But around the country you've seen a lot of the you know and jobs programs. Okay. Now you're just talking about a money hole right? Right. The the cronies of the people in power will start running these programs. They will get very very wealthy doing it and it will have absolutely zero effect on the ground or or damn near zero effect on the ground but that's scam I mean if you're scam works over and over again, you keep running the scam. But the experiment in lawlessness that's going on particularly on the west coast in this country and a couple of Blue Enclaves Austin. Certainly New York City. My Gosh watching that play out is going to be a grim and in fascinating experience over the next decade or so you see what's happening in Portland, see what's happened in Seattle San Francisco is crumbling. It's You know skyrocketing crime just filth. Families fleeing loss of population. It's something to see how bad can government be well, we're watching it. what about Hollywood, de? The positive side La the entertainment industry that's floundering to during these troubled times. I think the whole direct to video thing? Well, they used to call it direct to video if you made a that was so crappy nobody'd ever to see. What's the? What's the proper term now? Positive Sean, our entertainment correspondent lining wait one what. You do a movie like the New Live Action Milan and you pipe it immediately in people's video on demand. Okay. Prayer per specifically premium video on demand because you're paying extra above and beyond what your normal subscription costs would be Yeah. Yeah. I think the vodka if you see that reference the okay. Gone to a theater with a bunch of other unwashed humans and sitting there in the room together watching the movie is it's gotTa be it's a bit anachronistic well. We got some statistics, this statistics late in the show yesterday about how much bigger video gaming in his than the movie industry music industry it's just not even close but part of that is the movie industry dropping off and the these statistics came out and normally how I don't know how many movies you've been to this year movie theater. Letting me zero. I think I took the kids to one early in the year but a normal year around one point two one point three, billion dollars movie ticket sales. But one point two, three, billion dollars this year so far two, hundred, ninety, million. That's amazing. Wolf down. Roughly, all of it. And that's a heck of a lot of jobs for. Young people, lamb, and low skilled people in Aula. Somebody somebody owned the building and you're supposed to get rant and we'll that stick around and just electrcity just all. There's so many layers to all this and whoever supplied the popcorn to the place and the soda giant plants that made fake butter. Shutting, down sending all the workers home and we got a bunch of text yesterday for the because they they live in areas where the movie theaters are doing that thing where they're open and they're making concessions and you can stop by and pick them up curbside like movie popcorn. Okay. If you really want movie popcorn Oh. You you not GonNa Watch a movie. No, you're just driving. So they're just trying to get some revenue go find people like movie popcorn but yeah wow, I've really You know what I need is a two cents worth of popcorn fifteen dollars. That's what I need I thought I thought that we work the other way around. You've got me stuck here I can't eat anything else. Right. You'll yell at me if I bring in a peanut butter sandwich so I'll pay extra for the popcorn because I'm here I didn't know the reason I was there was to get ripped off for practically free food would be like going to the airport for twenty two dollar hamburger even though you're not going anywhere. Odd Behavior. Smuggling in a PB and J. that's amateur maneuvers. Go with me. I'm bringing in a sizzling fajita platter. Nice I. Like your style. I like your airport analogy yes. You know what I'm GonNa do I'M GONNA drive I'm not going anywhere i. just feel like paying six dollars for small draft beer. Right? It's just seems like a good idea. Sure. Let me think overpriced dry ham sandwich. Yes. As anybody doing that. So the popcorn kinda get because there is something unique about movie popcorn I. Bet I. Think. It's because the have you watched the butter come out of the spirit that look like anything you've ever seen it home so it that supposed to be Butter flavoring. So different but the anybody doing curbside like six dollars for two peanut butter cups and a boxer Juju B.'s those I can buy other places and. Quite better deal. I'm surprised JUJU BS still exist it sounds like you know racial slur ethnic slur I tweeted out yesterday that it's time to cancel another brand nobody is Nobody's walking up to appreciate that the German imperialism of the nineteen tens is gone undiscussed and I ate a red baron pizza last night and I thought. How dare that company US Baron Vaughn Rick Dovan. Again, an imperialist German, a a tool of the Kaiser how dare is nearly pizza would such an unwelcome symbol is just right there on the front of the box I. could barely choke the entire thing down. Wait, enjoy the right bear. That's a good pizza. Solid. It was the four cheese not very expensive. A? Humble Pie Humble Pizza Pie. We had our first gluten free pizza the other night from place and it was pretty good. Yeah. Definitely. Good enough to eat the cauliflower crust now, just a gluten for something or other but. COM, or another a couple of surveys or out one on attitudes about sports and another one on attitudes about defending the police in that sort of thing since we were just talking about it broken down by racial groups in the results might surprise a lot of these city councils. No only take a look at it among other things on the way. The Armstrong, and getty. Show. Believe you're in a climate where you can do it keep the windows open I mean that to me when you're dealing with a respiratory virus. Its simplicity is so so obvious that people don't pay attention to it like you mean telling me, we got this big crisis and telling me to open up a window. Yes. I'm telling you to open up the window. There's a lot of words to say better off your windows are open. Gareth. Through. Ben, Franklin was an innovator in that back in the day. The conventional wisdom was all man it's it's the outdoor air. That's gives you a disease and he said, no, I think it's being indoors with people I. Think you ought to open the windows he was. The smartest anything else he was strip negative beaten and sent into the Wilderness never seen again old Ben Franklin is AIDS Yeah Amazing? Man. What's the Best Ben Franklin biography you you're big on the by the H. W. Brands I believe is considered almost also of Ben Franklin's auto-pay autobiography is considered a classic I tried to read that it's written a little old timing got bogged down. Yeah. The SS refs and all that sort of thing. which is what ever seen old-timey writing he. We goes on at length about stuff. That's. A little dry, Ben Yeah. We got netflix's now get to the point. You're one of the great geniuses ever strode the earth, but you're boring me. Where's the skip forward thirty seconds. And just seeing an ad up there for the Bacon Ater Wendy's that's my son's new favorites whichever had the Bacon eight I have not good sandwich. No I'm better I eat fast food once a year honest to goodness it's possibly too good I eat fast food is often as you go to the dentist. Regularly. Every. Six months a majority. NFL team name change that's on the whole should the redskins change your name I don't care either way. Change it don't change it whatever I don't care I've been debating whether or not I wanna get a Fischel licensed. Washington. Football team shirt while it's still available. Yes. But strong. Leader. College sweatshirt. The plurality is strongly support thirty six percent strongly support changing the name. The next biggest number is strongly oppose it twenty but overall most people support. But not you know not a lot thirty, six, seven, thousand, one, twenty, five, hundred, fifty, four. So fifty four just barely over majority supported. Of course, you do have sixteen percent don't know which I. On this one I, give you a pass. That's very important. This is Gallup out with a poll just yesterday because we were just talking about l. a. voted La County just voted to define the police a big chunk of money well to put that on the ballot, right? Right? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You have to put on the ballot the idea of putting the police say canoes According to Gallup out yesterday eighty percent of black Americans favor a police presence in their area equal to current levels or more. So about half. How! Sorry educated white woman sorry with your graduate degree white women all across the country. We're leading this charge for telling black people and Hispanics what their neighborhoods should be like we percent of black people say I want the same police or more in my neighborhood we probably need to report to to repeat the story later because the woke white women are busy screaming at black cops that they're racists. So they're a little busy right now that's us down is in it. Did you get the idea? That the numbers were anything like that from the media now, of course, no lion liars. Were the lion stops the incompetence. Begins. Unreal. Of course, that's true. The vast vast vast majority of interactions between coppers and minority folks are peaceful calm and helpful the vast majority the ugly ones we need to root out, of course. So eighty percent of black Americans favor same or more police. So about twenty percent poll that they would like to see an increase nineteen percent favored less police presence. Then he got that big chunk in the middle of would like they're fine with it staying the same. Okay. which is the plurality but. let rings true with virtually every. non-activist voice. I've heard somebody with a job somebody with family somebody with a house. You're almost always hear that out of their mouths. No, we need the cops here. Maybe we ought to reform the place, but we don't want him gone. Yeah that that's something man why isn't that a better known statistic right there well, they just did the poll but. Yeah. I'm sure somebody will write a brainy and overly long book about they probably already have about how perceptions are shaped and miss shaped through news coverage. This is an interesting drilling down on it seventy nine percent of black respondents who have had at least one interaction with the police in the past year. Said they want the police to spend the same time in their neighborhood or more. PRACTICALLY UNCHANGED But so you know it doesn't. It's not just. Well it includes people who had an interaction with the police and then what people who haven't interacted with supplies and slightly higher at eighty two percent. So that didn't have much of an effect right which is also not what you would get mystically it's it's insignificant. Yeah. that's got that has got to be thrown into this conversation doesn't it and then you have seriously significant media figures suggesting that the cops are going around murdering black people at random hunting they here just awful terms us well, the L. A. Supervisor said. It's the people in the gated communities that don't deal with this that are that are that are pushing this the people in the neighborhoods where this is a problem, they don't want less police around. It's not even close. It's not even a close issue. It's not enough of issue even discuss when you're eighty percent. Yeah. It's been decided. How about you let them decide for their own neighborhoods people that live in neighborhoods where the e you know you have crime or whatever young woke white women. Can't. Stand Him. Part, strong and getty. The, Armstrong and getty show. China and Seventy five seventy fifth anniversary of the first time mankind used Tomic bomb to kill other human beings. A Hiroshima Japan. Forty thousand people killed instantly there had never been a weapon that could even come close to doing that sort of damage in an instant. And Probably. Worth mentioning that those bombs were teeny tiny compared to the bombs that exists not not even close to the same thing. They're different kinds of bomb. They were atomic bombs as opposed to hydrogen bombs near you can research, but they're not even close to the same thing. Anyway it was still quite dramatic dramatic change in the history of warfare that happened seventy five years ago. Damn reading countdown nineteen, forty-five by Chris Walls. which is really an interesting short easy to read. You know if you're if you don't want thick the nine hundred page history things, you just won't come like breezy like it's a TV show it's a good book and he goes day by day from when Truman finds out, he's president just a few weeks earlier I mean just not that long earlier FDR dies all of a sudden. He's present the United States and they immediately informed by the way we got the worst weapon human beings of ever Thought of of being able to use. We've got it now what now and you need to decide whether or not we're GONNA use it and he's got to make that decision on his own. Is it true that FDR really kept him at arm's length trial actually Had they don't really met had a private conversation twice ever. Wow. So Spanish it is but so in the days before they decided to drop the bomb. Harry. Truman was still having trouble deciding whether or not to do it. He prided himself on being a very decisive person be said this is this. This is a new level of. Trying to make a decision, which, of course, it was he. So we sat down with Dwight Eisenhower. And Omar Bradley, and at the time obviously I think you know who Eisenhower is and Eisenhower was He was leaning against using the bomb he when he was informed about the bomb just before the meeting with Truman he got depressed immediately he told the president that he had grave misgivings about using the bomb. He said first of all Japan's already defeated. So using a fearsome explosive was unnecessary and secondly we should avoid shocking world opinion buying the being the first nation to dramatically escalate the nature of warfare. He he was leaning against it. Interesting Guy Ike valid points to bring up when. We should say for fans for non like history freaks like ourselves Japan was already defeated. In practical terms moral, that's coming up here. Okay. Churchill when he was an informed about the bomb and he only really found out about success but not long before this meeting either where. Stalin Truman and Churchill all got together. Churchill, said in typical church style and to haven't that way with words with everything would be very exciting. He can make everything. So dramatic. Oh Ja He was told about the bomb and he said, what was gun powder trivial what was electric city meaningless? The atomic bomb is the second coming of Wrath. That's now. That's the thing that they're just roll off your tongue what the heck I know it's too eloquent was also there at the meeting I didn't I didn't somehow I'd miss this. He was at the meeting with Stalin and Truman with the guy he had just run against it because they just had an election. And thought well, if I lose this, you know I. Forget his name he's lost history not that important If I lose this guy's prime minister so he's got to be in on this meeting to see got it wouldn't it be weird? Yeah. It'd be like trump going to meet with whoever in a world war and you bring along a Biden with you because you've got to have him there to in Casey wins. Church referred to this guy as a sheep in sheep's clothing is. Funny Phrase. Anyway back to the bomb. So term turn to General Marshall then and said, what do you say about this? And the present ask for the latest estimate of what it would take defeat the Japanese on their home islands. If we didn't use the atomic bomb and Marshall said that we had killed more than a hundred thousand people in Tokyo in one night last week and it had seemingly no effect whatsoever, it destroyed the Japanese city but morale was not as -ffected as far as we could tell at all, they will fight to the very last man and a projected that it would cost at least a million casualties, US casualties if we went ahead and invaded Japan and tried to submit the only the only question that still lies out there for history is whether or not we should have insisted on. Unconditional surrender. Public opinion was really that way they did polling on. And the polls showed practically nobody was for Latin Emperor Hirohito off the hook. But there is some belief that if we just said look here, a Hito gets to stay. You know emperor using your finger codes whatever that means but. But everything else you know we're in charge of everything else and that they might have surrendered in that case But we we didn't. We went with complete unconditional. You gotta go were in charge. You got nothing you got no saying this whatsoever and so they went with fighting the last man I don't know the answer to that one anew does. there was a belief that since FDR had stuck with that. mentioned it in every speech unconditional surrender if Truman takes over and weeks later says, okay we'll have a condition he would have just looked so weak on the world stage matter. And there revisionist histories out there that will cite various communiques that the Japanese sent back and forth indicating that they might go ahead and surrender if they could keep the emperor which is. Just goes to show you. How odd Japanese culture was at the time compared to modern? American culture but But what you don't know, and if you studied history start to realize the guy who sent that communicate, his nickname might have been old stupid. Ed. You know or or he was the fat cat son of somebody and nobody really took him very seriously. But you can write a history that makes it sound like if only we'd known it would've changed everything but you don't know you don't know the internal dynamics of discussions like that. It was like you know if if somebody wanted to leak just the Eisenhower. Part of those discussions you're describing it would be a very, very different discussion than if they included the General Marshall Stuff. Yeah. So you have to be careful with revisionist history you have to be careful all history one interesting dynamic is so Stalin comes to. Truman's that they're all living in little villa's there how your data Ben, I can't even control Truman and Stalin imagine if you're Truman these guys all knew each other FDR had been president forever you know and was such a giant world figure and then you're showing up, you know you're a congressman not that long ago and now you're sitting down with Stalin and. Churchill and trying to be an equal and everything that'd be a very weird dynamic. Sure. But anyway so Stalin comes to Truman our president and says, look there's something I, gotTa tell you. Japan has reached out to us. They want to work out a deal. Here's what we think we're up to Truman acted surprised while it turned out we had broken the code Of The Japanese And so we knew all these communications ahead of time. The reverse was also true and that Truman said I've got something to tell you. We've got this new weapon and stolen acted oh my gosh he had known for six weeks because he had spies in Los Alamos that was telling him send him in plans of the very bomb on a regular basis So both of them were pretending to be surprised by each other's information when they both already had that information, right? How that's funny. Yeah. That's that was. Very kind of sickening and during way. Yeah. It's really that's really something you'd have what no that's exciting. and then I had one one other point I wanted to make. That was those interesting on the whole thing and it was bombed the Japanese and then you drop the bomb and then there's a mushroom cloud and a bunch of people melt- I have a thing if you go into liking your thoughts, I was just GonNa say that there are in surely you're aware of this number of activists who act as though. The bombings of Roman non sake were indefensible and in a war crime in the rest of it. And certainly the idea of eventually, how many people was it eventually, you died from this not only the initial dense but the burns and radiation is books as two hundred, thousand. That's probably that's Fairly close to accurate anyway. It it's horrific I mean. It's IT'S Unthinkable it's terrible. It's awful. But then you look at, for instance, the Soviet Union lost twenty seven million people during World War Two, twenty, seven, million. The Nazi war machine ground up. Got, how many millions were were defending Leningrad is millions and millions of men. And you know again, the losses at Hiroshima Nagasaki were incredibly unfortunate terrible and anybody with a living soul regrets that ever happened but measured against the horrors of the years long globe in engulfing, war. Just had Dan. Had End yeah. I think that's one decision. That's one part of the decision. The other part of it clearly was your unleashing this new power on the world that is going to be around in there was no way they could know that it wasn't going. It was going to be used. You know one more time in that. Was it for the next seventy, five years that's just standing that that that that. has occurred showroom and everybody went into a depression oppenheimer who invented the bomb and lead the lead the whole thing at Los Alamos for he went into a deep depression. Eisenhower's depressed Truman got depressed people that never got depressed got depressed thinking Oh my God, we've crossed the line of humanity now there's no turning back. We're probably going to wipe ourselves out and why wouldn't you have thought that well, right right. I have to horrific choices and I need to make it I need to make one of them, and once I do this the genie's out of the bottle and I've seen around me during World War Two what human beings are capable of that? Just where's this going to end? It is amazing that in seventy five years, it hasn't been used more. Often all the other interesting thing to me is so truman commander in chief the you know the way we designed our Our system is we have a civilian person makes the final call on on all these military adventures, and that is the prison, the United States, and so here's another weapon no different than any other. He makes the decision when how And it's been that way all along just kind of because that's the way it started, and there's a lot of people think why? Why does one person have that ability that no human being has ever had before and that is a pretty good question should we have? Now in the heat of a moment, you've got to have one person can make you can't you can't you get a committee together and have Congress vote and everything like that missiles are on the way from China or the Soviet Union or wherever shore. But if you have time to think about it like Truman did that case we're at war should we use this weapon to end the war? Should that be one person's decision? To use something that powerful, what we've got now an H. bomb or should you have a committee at least the Joint Chiefs of Staff and you know the speaker of the house in the majority leader or something way in on that? As opposed to one human being MC. MacArthur, wanted to use nuclear weapons in the Korean War. Very soggy thought we could end up right now and Truman you know held back against it but have been different if we to use it then but. Just Truman's personality. If you have a different president, maybe you go ahead use them. You know to your suggestion or your questions. Really thought provoking one I think. Three people is problematic. You get beyond three people deciding in it becomes craziness and you get up more politicians to where there's always the opportunity to leak it. Shaded this way or that I don't know right right because you can't be leaking that sort of thing. Yeah. I there are advantage just having one person who's aware history will judge me and that's the only that matters right now not worried about the next election or whether I can make that guy look bad or say he was against defending the United States? Although it is it is an A. Unthinkable amount of power in one set of hand. Absolutely. Yeah. To be able to snuff that many people particularly again because the nuclear the hydrogen bombs we have today. I mean. Please that that explosion the other day Beirut firecracker. Compared to a hydrogen bomb. I don't know I. Don't know if that movement will ever gain traction I think the problem would be whoever's president the time it would be seen as a rebuke of that president. Every other president trusted with this decision making power but not you like if tried to do it now, you'd think it was just because you think trump's crazy or dangerous right and if you did it with Biden, you think go. That's just because you think Biden's lost his mind Y- It'd be difficult to get a bipartisan. By on. meow indeed. After almost be accustomed amendment or something like that. Probably have to have overwhelming agreement highly recommend that book nineteen, forty-five, you have interest in this topic. It's pretty good. And I recommend a summer of sixty nine if you have an interest in Bryan Adams and him learning, play? Guitar. The history and sure how that pairs some catchy is a chorus sing along. That's hilarious. Our text line four, one, five, two, nine, five, K FTC. The Armstrong and getty. Show. Some. Time knees airline offering three hours. So called trip to nowhere round trip flight for customers. Miss Air travel amid the coronavirus pandemic. They will feature Michelin starred in flight meal and free. And if you're wondering who would ever risk their life for that, you clearly don't have kids. Yeah. Boy I'll tell you what I will not the eight dollars for the Wi fi on the plane feel like I'm getting ripped off for my son's yes I will just because it makes my life so much easier. Even before I was Kinda in the disconnected movement where I intentionally carve out time to be alone with my own thought. So I don't go completely insane. I just I paid you four hundred fifty dollars. Yeah. But airline ticket your incremental cost to give me Wi fi is zero. How `Bout you could be in a you know what? Sorry for the Frank Language. Folks. Begin Frank Language. Experts are holding war games on how the election could go in the election results in the counting of votes in the of it. There's a modern expression to describe it. It rhymes with spit show we can talk about that a little bit longer I in a little while I think for all mentally prepared for it. Yeah. I feel much better. I think more people need to lay the groundwork on both sides say look we're not gonNA have a result on election night. The way we vote is different now and with the COVID. So many male in. So let's not get into our head that will know November whatever the next day. Is who the president is that night or we're going to have the big speech in the balloons like normal no, it's going to take awhile well, and I can promise you the Russians and the Chinese and the North Koreans, and Idahoans, and whoever else is going to be spreading as many conspiracies and and rumors and horrific ideas as they can online. So No. Again. Let's go in with our ISO. Had I been saying I wanted to be I want it to be overwhelming one way or the other not close that doesn't do anybody any good. It's GonNa go down to a single vote in Wisconsin. One Guy. Did you vote or didn't you don't remember. Leaning trump but then I remember thinking Biden's a good guy but trump of cinema self assembly shirt of mail in your ballot but I don't recall. Well, we've got one with your name on it. Let me see that signature, Yup? That's mine or maybe not. I'm. GonNa drag him into the New Orleans most important man Ruth Bader Ginsburg is going to be sitting on his chest slap them. Yes there now. Karen. Yes there now? Yeah. That's unlikely but possible. Jacket on a sober note. People are getting sick and dying after drinking hand sanitizer admits the pandemic. Let's your problem. Freaking Moron Stop doing that I'm hearing a distinct lack of sympathy here. I can't help you you mutton head. I love this. This is the USA Today. This just came out today. And they manage at the end of it to work it back to trump's vague there disinfectants that can kill it on your hands if we could get something like that and still. I. Still Hear it said stay with a straight face truck told people that drink bleach, right? No that's not what happened. Not even close in fact, the USA Today, which is terrible. Dire occurred after president trump suggested during a briefing that injecting disinfectant might be a good treatment option. All right. Whatever. So this is as far as I can tell the only excuse they have for running this article, but I love the lead people are getting sick and dying after drinking hand sanitizer. How many people for people in a nation of three hundred, forty, million that's one out of eighty, five, million people and the number of people it's been like. A few dozen sick from drinking hand sanitizer for people stapled their tongues to the roof of their mouth off. On, everything. Probably. All in Florida there is one one note that I do not appreciate although I absolutely believe of the fifteen cases of methanol poisoning reported in for some reason, they say Arizona New Mexico. Maybe. That's a hotbed of sanitizer drinking. I don't know of the fifteen cases thirteen of them were men. Yeah. Well, see one thing that'd be misleading. Fact I've I've talked to these people in the world of alcoholics. That's a common like you've really gone off the rails. You're drinking hand sanitizer for the alcohol really when you're out in your house and you're just like on a bender that what that most likely is and that's been happening for decades That's what that is. It's not a trump said anything it's not a covert anything it's A. Hardcore, Holly. WHO's out of booze and desperately wants more I. Know that happens I've talked to people personally they've done that that's funny. The USA Today blames the president you know but that's what that is i. know it is wow. Wow. That's in that something drink in hand saying if you're about to do that email me all right I'll send you five bucks you can buy a drink goodness sakes. Armstrong and getty.

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"Oh Wow that was your like on the offbeat speak to. I'm feeling jazzy. That might be a little off but you know it's like some post yeah. It's a jazzy. It's a free form jazz Tuesday edition. I love it doc. Hello way too broad a show in top programme for really really ridiculously excited grownups. I'm Hannah and that's Coamo and these are my the higher. Hello Hello Ben Shoes. Lau heard him. Let me live Cheese Rizhao AL lingering podcast lawrence the other day Kylian upstairs plan a video game together and he fucking was downstairs asleep slams. We'll both upstairs. Here's when he wakes up he freaks out because there's no we are I think is what's happening this head and he just started screaming downstairs and then sprinted upstairs up here like stopped got slightly puffed in his tail screamed and then ran back again. Weird Weird is liquor sued range of anything having getting a second cat has many realized that Komo's really fucking weird cat cats that like soom. You'RE GONNA have a cat have a weird cat. He'll hard agree. Yeah Yeah like my cats. One of them speaks English and the other one is like so stupid ah cool what what are you drinking Ben. What are you drinking of two drinks for today? I've got up everywhere for me. Should I forgot about physics the key lime why you've really threw me there Ben Yeah and I have really threw me. Women Spin Drift her son yesterday because my target had there's only one box left because my target the fucking targeted is always under stocked in like every aisle and then like they'll have one day where they have a bunch of stuff in that. It's just like <hes> but yeah they had this for the first time ever well yummy. Oh my God and it's not actually more mint chocolate chip Oreo so good. I don't know how either either do not like manipulative ice cream. Now I do know that while Tacoma Baskin Robbins like this disgusting every once in a while I like really crave Machaca chip ice cream but then all the other times I absolutely despise it so this is a weird thing about for me. It's weird Aaron that you don't like mint. Chocolate enjoyed very strongly. She either hate it. That's your that is weird Ed but here's the thing about a mint chocolate chip Oreo like the whole outside is made of chocolate chips basically have jeter. It's more more mint chocolate. It's just like callback because it's based on the business trump the fucking ice cream player that's size callback but it has like little like has has two layers of cream one. That's chocolate in one. That's the mint in the mid. One has like little bits of chocolate. You don't like there's no texture to the chocolate layers superfluous because the chocolate cookies on orioles are like the best chocolate flavor around. I mean these guys on the phone I mean Berkeley double chocolate areas to like with chocolate filling nevis good. Give me a classic Oreo. They don't go is double steph double the default now. I don't like the Double Stuff <music> Oreo thins this orphans very good and they they're very good. The pistachio flavors out of this world get out of race so way. I just feel like I'm being manipulated are no one being manipulated into buying more oriented with these flavors. The first one was perfect works on me every time because I like trying all the new ones and yeah and my actually a fucking suck. I think that my favorite one other than probably meant trauma chip has been carrot cake weirdly super fucking good I feel the frosting is cream cheese frosting flaming attack Jeez Oreo and it's basically the thing is still Vegan. I don't know how it tastes just like mm cheese frosting but it is still Vegan and the carrot cake cookie basically just tastes like cinnamon so it's like cinnamon and cream cheese. FROSTIES DOPE is hell about one of the big arguments Melian I had Iran oreos use no Nah we're in the grocery store and early days early days and I see big display orioles and that's how I that's how I am this this work on me and I was like okay. Don't mind due to get a pack. oreos is an molly takes out of the car inputs back and gets double stuffed AG- ranking correct thinking okay. Oh whoops you gather on one or maybe percents in Molly's camp already. I don't like I don't like the Dole stuff I only. That's incorrect. I appreciate the original ratio. I should like so kill me. So you really upset you really upset. We're like walking around like stony silence and she or no realizes something's wrong. She's like Oh my God what's wrong and I was like like double stuff usually but it's just like the regular wanting more cream. What's what's wrong? She's like Ben. Ben Novak me up here never met. I don't even know you have embedded then. We realized that we could just by both we jail and that's pretty much sums up went over relationship is just I honestly beautiful engagements. This is more because I know Kylie like Disney like the regular stubble stuff basically is like she grabbed the regular oreos. I would assume it was mistake and I think I'd assume that for most people now I don't I agree sweet cookie just the cookie. I'll say it so. Kill me uh-huh okay how how human thinking of sue new how'd you do your taking them part needing one half on half at a time. I'll bite the whole thing I oh I always have milk. I think Dunkin a mill see. I think if you if you eat for exclusively like take them apart in the each half. I agree that double stuff too much but I think when it's both cookies I think the ratio is just right with double Steph Hank it. It's not it's simply listeners Colin right now calling live. We'll put out. Tell us no one eight hundred four twenty. That's the best selling flavor voyage oreos is the original. It's double stuff. I can guarantee really want this data sales data. I it just really that's not the sad phrase. Now I am the type of Oreo eater who usually just puts an entire one in my mouth at once when I eat <music> out even bite it usually eat like in you swallow it whole whole never come up that I'm a human side. I it hasn't but a lot of things are clicking Vegan so I had a lot of Oreos but for that reason I think that the like I like the thin ones I like regular ones. I like the sequence I appreciate all of it. In my mouth I mean the deal is like Malia Lofton just by Oreo so we have a lot of double Steph in the house and I'll eat them <music> but I won't be as enthused about it. I'll be like which were regular or a thin <hes> but I didn't buy it so she should share in her Oreos with me so I'm grateful but not as grateful as it could be right well. Well ben his still looking this up Aaron. Would you like to tell us what you're drinking and me. I I thought then I ben already went that whole time was she's but then it's been oddly silent over there when when my first Google hit return that the original is the best selling flavor Google for that well of all time selling Oreo flavors of all time or yearly ones existed for fifty years longer so that's not really fair to compare talk of all time cheated friends Aaron what I'm drinking a very seltzer more interesting and you know him drinking at my Eddie cold stor most. I am so excited about that. Are you buy. Did you buy one nor didn't put. I really like them a lot. I like the the thing is I'm very poor. I have no Mickley. I have no money. I really like like when you show them to us last week I I think I love things that work really well at the one thing they're supposed to do the just it's really makes me happy when I told Kelly about them how excited I was about the thing you told us about. I was like she was like what keeps a cold. It's fricken self. It's called great yeah. I was actually listening to the pod and was delighted at that. I didn't quite notice it but you're just like so fucking excitement stuart like Oh my God yes yeah. It's exciting. I know I am on that level with you Ben. I really am good Narran. Did you a <unk> appreciate so I know that you heard that I left in power said regarding the bathroom. Appreciate why I did I did that was really good bit. I was at first it was like Oh my God and then all that stuff was going on in Mali was like what is going on. I was like oh I I know I she kept the said I it was very tasteful. <unk> degree you did had great. You had a great edit thank you so. Would you like to know what I'm drinking. I'm not done with what I'm drinking. Oh okay what else do you have. I have coffee with stroup waffle tab of hailing APP signal. I the day after we recorded last week. I knew it would happen yeah so I have that going for me. What do you drink Indiana? I have two drinks have my sodastream Harry openness second ago. Hang on you. <hes> I want like a Seltzer version like <unk> shot. Your water like the is good and have a wonderful costin press ginger beer fiery route ginger blended with crisp apples distinctly dry. Why will yeah which we this this brand we've only ever seen at our local liquor store? There make like a rhubarb one like something else but they just like they sell them as mixers but they're so good so I haven't had the ginger flavor though there's a really good I'm rhubarb. <hes> one and I think there's another flavor we like Oh. There's one that's a like a <hes> elder flower length lemonade thing well. That's delicious Yeah Yum ooh. That's nice could be more gingery exile always feel. I just don't feel like there's GonNa be a day my coffee so that was like if I may get soggy enough I can eat it stealthy like I just don't feel feel like there's GonNa be a day where I'm GonNa Sipa Ginger Beer and think this is gingery enough or this is to gingery. I just don't feel like it will ever agree. We found something we agree on so that there we go the peace at last earn your percent correct normal oreos have sold a lot more than double stuff wait. I thought you said one hundred percent incorrect nor correct out great in twenty seventeen regular orioles sales were seven hundred ten million in the next most was double stuff with two hundred sixty eight million. I mean fucking money but if you think about it like in really I mean like all the things that orioles are in. I wonder if they count that you know l.. Like Orios solden bulk to ice cream stores them for toppings and things like that's going to get you. That's going to get you ahead. You know that's GonNa get which I definitely thought of. When I made my considered in fact I went with my heart you with your head? It paid off so kill me so y'all did you hear about the tornadoes today on Cape Cod from you yeah climate Richard Lewis Bitch Yeah Yeah. It was really scary because like there was at least one tornado at one point her there were two but I don't know if that I thought I heard resume one touchdown Yarmuth <unk> rich yeah and then it like it like went like shoop like right past where Ian and his parents were no yet like God like <hes> like there was a church <hes> just down the street from where they were at his dad's like workshop that <hes> was <hes> damaged their bill steeple on top of it was like bent over he sent me a picture of it and <hes>. <hes> also there was a like a motel in Harwich or something that the roof just completely came like flew off of the wind was crazy. Antonis are so scary yeah. I mean like I was saying in like it. It seems like I've never been around a tornado before it seems like they can do as much damage of her as a hurricane but just in like a much smaller swath but you get no warning like almost is no warning compared to hurricane hurricane. You know it's coming for like you're tracking it. Yeah you get like a tornado warning. That's like take cover immediately yeah and then you really fought yeah so that was pretty crazy crazy. Yeah we got <hes> MMA couple months ago some tornado warnings. It was like early in the morning. Our phones went off. It was like tornadoes spotted in your area. She <unk> shelter immediately. We were like Oh my God. Let's go to your like a room on our house with no windows and that's what we realized we have no room in our house at all ruined no windows not a single one crew zoe went into like basically like our hall closet was is like very narrow but like that spaces like the closest thing further the furthest away from a window yeah oh like by your front door yeah yeah kind of in that alcove <hes> so yeah the excuse me but that was that was funny to like okay think through my house where they're no windows nowhere. You think you can blame yourself for that. I think you can you should be I did I did that day. We are House got sucked up by Tornado end. We'll died so allowing you to kill me every turn any other ephron stuff. I'll ahead was tornado. There's nothing for. I don't WanNa think so. I don't know what to do so much trouble. It was amazing did but I don't remember it so our our strube what my sure waffle delivery came on Saturday which is the same day was hosting. We had a lot of family in town will ever family shouts to all of them. I was able to serve stroup for dessert. Certain everybody'll frigging love down. Oh Yeah our little cousin on Tristan. WHO's hold is he six or seven anyway he was going to running up to the room? Yeah I think you are he was running up to the street waffle box and grabbing one and I was like hey ask your mom and dad if you can have a second one and they were standing right there and he was like hey can. I have a second actually a third. Wow I like him. Yeah very honest actually gonNA say actually third. It was my birthday Dan Sunday <hes> Yeah House thirty one UNEO you feel flirty. One thirty one feels great. I'm ready for thirty one yeah yeah. I'm ready for you to be thirty one so that so that was fun we went to mom and Dad's House and dad made us <hes> some really delicious <hes> vegetable dishes from a cookbook book that way now also own <hes> and it was really it was quite hot but it was really nice not the food the food was delicious. The researcher famous it was it was ice. Colton was ice cold there. It was like this really interesting icy thing that mom made the head like <hes> cucumber mint and lime I think and then like it was like crushed up in ice than surp- like a pallet cleanser inbetween courses wow that's for can fancies for Yeah A- and Ian made a Cherry Cobbler just had more of tonight was so good earlier in your earlier. You said I'm Vegan. Which I thought was a joke we that you were beginning human snake? Is that true oh no now if you're like going Vegan or something and Nicholas tell us no. I was saying that because of orios yeah. That's what I thought than you mentioned specifically vegetarian dinner for vegetables and it was like why would she be eating vegetables if she was and what have a motivation to you know. I actually think that's part of the point of this book. I haven't like really look like read through it yet. But what called Bush yeah yeah attitude eleven to Mama sent it to us earlier or Santa Metro Federica Yeah. It's a it's. It's a Veg it's a book took a cookbook about vegetables written by carnivore like a Guy Omnivore. Whatever like a guy that it's meat and it's they're not all Vegan recipes but <hes> there are pretty much all vegetarian recipes I think <hes> but he I just wanted to he just wanted to write a cookbook about vegetables just like an appreciation cookbook about vegetables and all the things you can do with them which I've always felt that way about vegetables my philosophies very lined with him and also it's the guy do remember his name Band Zealanders Bridge yeah the guy who went to Puerto Rico unlike fed millions of people hot meals after the aftermarket Maria so he's a cool dude amazing? The vegetables unleashed 'cause they're free range and I don't. I think it's like a poor hygiene. We do have some foraging books like more more than you would expect an average person to have I mean but probably just as many as I would expect a pilgrim to have a former pilgrim uh-huh warmed pilgrim. How dare you presume? None of the foraging books are mine are any no. I'm just like this book. He's Sniffen <unk>. Is that right. I don't know he's got a carrying adhered up his nose. Yeah it's not yes not be. It's like up his nose. No you know offense yeah. That's that's that's the right one. I just searched it but I spelled it. Vegetables vegetables misspelled vegetables unleashed nature. We prop happen. Let's pop. What's Poop back here? Ben Is I this week. Oh boy. I don't have much to be honest with you. I've been it's been a busy time for Ben the only busy Ben what are you doing then. I had to have to submit to submit a paper to a conference last week and so I was trying to get that done I go get a conference. If it gets in was see frigging pay. What does that mean colfer proposal for papers as probably what it is? It's a call for papers. <unk> culture people knew what was talking about right up until haven't been really had a big obsession. It's just a small thing. Did you guys see see the L._A.. Times article about the damage from the earthquakes now. I'M GONNA send it to your it knows that whole sudden sweep terms article about earth was around. I'm really making money is that your California has before and after pictures put into like a Gif of the fault line after the seven point one earthquake and it is fucking wild laughter of their bunch of a new can like see the total displacement of the there's one where there's a this is great for podcasts because this is entirely visual you can like literally see I mean obviously will link this article. You can literally see like a giant crack in the ground and you can see the fucking earth moving. It's Insanity San Pictures. There's a pipeline that was straddling the vault and got broken open and is you're standing the earth and there's also at least that with that is it's just it's so cool. I can watch these gifts forever like each one of them. I can just watch for so long can't watch all of them forever. This isn't like a matter of like second this like thirty seconds Holly Moly but less picture of the fucking road displaced by eight feet feet while student of natural disasters yeah wild this one's not from global warming. Now notes task that that's just what the earth moves she sort of doing. It's like we get older <unk> earth wrinkles. Basically it's like Earth Crows feet. I mean do you guys. Have you heard about the big one that people talk about. Have you heard anything about that crashing. Do you know what that's all about apparently like basically the Senate jurists fault is like kind of supposed to like. I don't know the any of the like geological terminology but I think it basically every hundred or so years. Ears faults tend to like kind of do a big shift. I don't know why I don't like the details of thing just has to do with tectonic plates moving in they just like that's kind of usually the timeline of it and that corresponds to like a really big earthquake but the senator is fault hasn't had hasn't like had that shift in like I think almost three hundred years so we're like apparently like super due for a giant earthquake fault. I mean you need to move. I'm doing it by that. I knew it. It's common sense get <music> out of their back to Boston where they're tornadoes and flooding yeah moves back here where it will flood wow outlines. I you gotta read up on faultlines never so much research arena. ooh Wow what I'm just gonNa <unk> Hall of the Earth Moved Call it backrest earthquake medic. How deep does that go Ben? I don't know like all the way it to the president through <unk> Joe Biden wow I like to yeah. Doesn't I don't know I truly hey read up on falling. I think I mean they're like where tectonic plates meet basically right. That's my understanding. I know that's like multiple types so there's like the kind that are like slip across each other like this in more visuals stuff and then there's the kind of like the overlap overlap when slide over each other. There's some that slam while neutral and when hand yeah when hand next to one hand above went ahead and now is a hi listener the thank you this kind where the hand goes over the other hand can cause these great big like cracks in really like more like dramatic destruction sort of the these ones they they <unk> next to each other hands rogue next to each other hands. They're kind of like more like fair. Just start rumbling forever and then injuries falters yeah. I think a lot of the ones in California are are the rub hand dance side-by-side kind. That's all it's all. The senator is fault in California. It's one big fault. Wow that goes it goes right fucking through the middle of San Francisco. Did you know that now like leaderly right under San Francisco. Oh my God it's crazy. There's a there's video of from from the forties of giant earthquake destroying candlestick park during the giants baseball game well creature crazy. You have to move. I experienced did you yeah I thought I thought like the closet was like shaking and I thought it wasn't Durham. It was just like we got an earthquake which we like never get earthquakes ran. The end like the door was like rattling and I thought like there was a trucker something you know. I thought like something outside. The house was being you know vibrancy. When it turns out that was true outside below below so many burbs why drink so many bubbly drinks on this program okay so just just this says follow line is where the three dimensional fall which is a fall is the three dimensional surface within the planet earth? That's a good to specify N._F._l.. Line is where the three dimensional fall intersex the earth surface okay that helpful no no no role. Does it have the hands dies unlike the earth is a puzzle and fall in lines or where the puzzle pieces Kinda clip connection to place yeah basically okay. He's like tectonic plates in those are the fault lines the edges between the plates and the plates are what we're sitting on like this chair. What about the is a plate of fall? No the faults are between like at the edges of the place like where the playoff game in fact or Tajakka okay okay basically is that right near the exactly right wasn't listening trying to find something. Okay is irrelevant. Should we wait HAP IT in late. Whatever I would love to spend some time not talking about natural disasters remind gus relegate segments GonNa need some heavy heavy editing as we take out all of our the research <unk> fall in reading up on faultlines that I think is educational yet but there's a lot of like pausing for like research? Oh Yeah it'll be fun research silence all right wow that was tara line great scary segment then you're welcome national disasters. Hey at least it's not as fucking things up for one careful ones. <music> SPAN goes entirely backs. I said it's not our fault. That's all you said Yeah but it was a joke fall aw comedy podcast or what but I'm Teheran. What's your session high? My obsession has a podcast. None of you have heard about is hold Conan O'Brien. I well no it's not a I. It's I just like don't have another obsession because we recorded last on Friday and since then I've only been listening to his podcast and <hes> hosting our or being with our family so it really just me saying that I don't have an obsession in it's mostly due to Canada brightening which is just such a funny fucking Pi. It's so good I've listened to so many episodes and I've loved them all. I wanted to say another thing. I'm not GonNa like Redo a whole thing. I just was gonNA point up some stuff that I love that Bendon mention and yeah which was stupid. I'll are- up that the Lisa <unk> episode is a must listen. It's so sweet they're just best of friends each other. They love each other and tell each other which is so great <hes> I really liked <hes>. I like how they have have the Conan O'Brien pays off the mortgage on his beach house segment which most of the time contains nothing. They're like this is Brian. Pay Love his reach US segment and then we'll talk about how he bought a beach house in what a bad decision in that wasn't how he needs pay the mortgage and then it'll just go right back into the inner when when they first released the episodes that had ads in it really I guess they like re upload them without. I don't know what it is but they definitely floyd was used to be the ad segment but now agenda just says Kona. Frankly those beach house talk for a minute CAPAC. It's really it's really hadn't suspicion that it might of previously contained ads but but I find it really humorous says it's just like it's just like they take random break for him to just babble about how what about idea. What is h house in different in every episode? The Steffi says us so doubt record ads and then later record like other filler segments for every episode the other way around right is he talking to the guest when he when he know wow and it might have contained both before I think what it used to be reserves that little filler thing and then it went into the ads yeah okay but now it's just a filler thing this beach house and we're back. It's really good. I love it. I really love it. How my favorite APP? I think the funniest out in probably my favorite was Pignataro. Joseph left the most of that one yeah I was like in the kitchen like cleaning and just like fucking dying and molly like came in one point look at Man. I'm like downstairs. It's so good I loved all of them. You know it's it's like the thing that we talk about like all of the comedy stuff that we've talked about that. We love like the handed gatsby stuff and Pignataro stuff it just like that intersection of like extremely funny and also like really emotionally intelligent and also a has that emotional national debt to it then I just like can't do without now in my comedy. What's actually one of the things I totally forgot to? Mention segment last week was the summon Conan O'Brien brings up a lot in all visitors which I really appreciate as how how he's like actively trying to dispel the myth that like good art requires suffering because like that's the thing he believed for a long time and this like depressed her longtime kinda refused to go to therapy got helped because he felt like that's what made made him funding in like drove his comedy and then he was like I don't WanNa feel this way anymore and like went to therapy and once other people to realize you don't need to feel that way to be funny or to make good art in general a super healthy super healthy message to get out two people agree n n what Hannah got spy's on about also <hes> and they they have a good discussion about that too heavy listen to any of them Hannah now and you know I had not not mentioned this last week but I <hes> I typically don't really like interview style podcasts at all I haven't listened to. I haven't listened any since probably way back. In the day I used to listen to you made it weird with this is actually I always had mixed feelings about it but for some reason I I listened. Do either of you know what that is. Pete Holmes was right yeah and and what I appreciate it about it was where some of the same things that it sounds like this Pakistan is where they they he really would like make an effort to go deep with people any had like certain <hes> sort of topics that he always wanted to cover with them and and people would like he had enough of a sort of way about him like basically quickly he would open up so much himself that people would feel compelled to open up back to him and I heard some really great discussions on there but like Pete Holmes ultimately to me sorry Pete if you hear this. What you won't is kind of annoying like he's he? He has an episode of Conan O'Brien's podcast. I've listened to you because I don't really care about. He's like he's just like a lot. He's like a lot all the time. It's kind of how I feel about Pete Home and Conan can I've always but like I never actively seek out Conan stuff but every time that I do I find him to be like so sublimely like charming and good at what he does and like always surprisingly funny like always funnier than I expected to be so I think now that I've heard from both of you about it. I will probably listen to some episodes this week I would start hang out with the team. No tire up fluids. It's really good. There's just something so charming about it. Like charming was a great word that you use is like his humor is so good. The the tone of the podcast is so relaxed like it's not awkward there like they already love each other like the people that he's in her. Oh the Wanda Sykes episodes really funny <unk> but it's really good but they just like all really love each other enter so comfortable and just have this like the pace of it is so delicious and they're all just like so funny and were off of each other really well. I I think you're gonNA really like it and the <unk> just like unbelievable in the David sedaris wins really funny to <hes> yeah. He is a weird dude that was the season came out this week and it's it's. It's likely to truly truly Lulu. I should know inserts. It starts with her struggling to sing. It's awesome that's great yeah and like the sound qualities really got another thing to call out but it's well produced I will say I don't know how I like. Stop listening to it as soon as the interviews over. There's like always some extra stuff at the end like maybe ten minutes of extra stuff Dan. I never listen to that stuff. What is that I do and worth we smells of some of it's really funny voicemails from who listeners Westerners and we could leave them voicemails than they could leave? Uh Uh voicemails. That's a great idea but the season's over the thought of that earlier Ben. Why didn't you bring it to La? It wasn't too streak. You think Ding Ding Dong anyway. I'm done cool. CONAN O'Brien needs a friend again. I can't go run still needs a friend. Having I was like oh I'll just listen to one and then it was awesome than a cutlass thing. It's just snow belt yeah. This is not unheard of because I feel like the first time you brought stud while I brought her the next week Yep. That's exactly what happened your true. Thank you yeah. I know this not I times be was ver- stem. I don't lie CONAN. O'Brien needs a front as much as I love be said well. Let's get that very clear player clear. Let's get that crystal fucking clear we might have done that with genomics <unk> early on to actually yeah we might have all cycled through nominee. She's great. Didn't we really just brought her when a dirty computer came out such a long up front but I was just listening to that album today is good is good stuff. Do you guys want to know what my obsession is us. Please God I'm dying. You can hear it to know I couldn't hear it to know I know I knew what you meant but yeah yeah. I tell me all right. Tell me about that. The only reason I continue to do that is you. Both are like surprised delighted lighted he. Can you just have to start the permission so extreme kill me ooh. That's the thing what is it Hannah. It's a Netflix television show Internet television. You know about Internet's. It's GonNa be big yeah. Ah It's important stuff <hes> it's a it's a show called in the dark if you heard of it as it scary. Can I google it. No it's not scary. It's it's well. It's a mystery. There's a mystery in it but it's about <hes> a blind woman named Murphy who has a lot of vices Brown spinoff Murphy something else. I don't remember number and she has a really nice guy dog named waffle that she doesn't. She doesn't not sorry not waffle. Pretzel should even better down that. She doesn't like <hes> her relationship with the dog develops over time but okay so her name is Murphy. She's kind of a bitch. She's blind Murphy Murphy Mason. She doesn't really like most people <hes> her parents parents <hes> own a guide dog like training facility that they started in order to help their own daughter and also for her to have a job because she couldn't hold went down not necessarily early because she was blind but just because she's like a pain in the ass and so they basically like pay her to work there and not do anything and <hes> so she also because of this has guide dog but she doesn't really like like to use the guy that's on. She doesn't like Whoa <hes> he wanted to call them awful pretzel but but she doesn't like like to use them. I think it's like more of a resentment towards her parents. Then I think about the dog named awful yeah I know I know of a a golden on retriever named waffle. That's why I keep doing that so don't worry there is one that exists awful awful. What if it's like? I knew drew middle name was wobble famous brown awful yeah. I mean neither here. Cats really had the right coloring. I mean Jack would actually make better sroup off against your awful at lets us this YouGov accompany if they'll sponsor renaming renaming your cat with struggled for life. Okay continue <unk> so <hes> so yeah. She's got all these vices. She's very difficult. She has the best friend who's also her roommate. Who helps her a lot and she also <hes> has a really close friend who is actually like a drug dealer who hangs out in the alley behind her apartment building? She lives in <hes> Chicago but <hes> they are just really really good friends. Say this warm relationship. He's like this young black dude and at one point <hes>. I don't think this is really a spoiler. 'cause it's like within the first episode you find out that the way they became friends was that she he was being mugged. <hes> by someone else some stranger and this kid came up in basically like saved her life embroidered of hospital and that's like how their relationship was formed and then they just like stayed really close because he was just like always there anyway <hes> he like some mysterious stuff happens to him and she's basically come. She basically becomes completely consumed with figuring out what happened or a friend and so the whole season is her trying to you find out what happened to this good friend of hers <hes> and like also having to deal with being like blind while trying to solve this mystery <hes> and it's good. It's got a lot of twists and turns a lot of things you don't see coming some things that are totally ridiculous. One thing that as I find a little bit difficult to sort of square about it is that <hes> the lead actress is not actually blind like in real life. <hes> Ian read an article about it a about the show end the casting process it apparently they did audition a lot of people who were blind but excuse me but they you know they've they chose. I guess the person I thought was like right for the character and then she really committed herself to to learn as she could about the blind experience in order to perform it and she she does to be fair does do a really good job like you wouldn't know we had to Google it to to figure out if she was or not but then another thing I wonder about is like eight does feel like there are a lot of things that I I don't know if there are blind people on the writing staff or not but like it feels like there are there are things. About the blind experience that an actual blind actor could bring to the role that excited actor couldn't <hes> like maybe if there's like issues in the writing like Oh that wouldn't happen because how would how would I see to do this or whatever like uh-huh they might be able to point that out where she wouldn't necessarily like things like that like. I wonder if it might be a little bit more authentic <hes> if it was I just don't know I don't know what what the blind experiences actually like. I've read some headlines that say it like Mrs the mark in some ways on that so you know the it's it's tough because I like the lead actors. I think she does a really good job but I do find myself like wishing sometimes that that she couldn't couldn't see that's legit yeah not because I can tell but just you know I mean I think it literally would be more authentic if she were blind yeah we'll it's just like anytime. You're watching. I guess like anytime. You're watching like a show. That's like it's showing your particular job or whatever like Ian I've been watching these <hes> these videos that are like experts reviewing the way that certain like shows movies portray things like there was an accident by love those yes and like so obviously from that you can tell like most writers are not bothering to do a ton of research on exactly how every agree part of a job or a lifestyle is like lift. You know like the did you guys watch the spy one. I was really surprised about how much alias got right yeah of the one that was like the former head of disguise at the C._I._A.. Yeah Yeah. She did a few she did. I think one of hers she did like three different ones off. It was one about disguises wonderful hands at that point. You know actually I I totally get that because the Lesbian Romance series I read are written by like a former Dr shoes like a surgeon and so whatever there's like for the frequently said unlike hospital scene and there's a lot of like hospital goings on and it's very comforting to me to know that like the things that are happening are literal things in letting like I know that everything that's happening would really happen. I really liked that because even molly had like grey's anatomy on recently and I was just like well is that relisting totally described by that because I was so used to like feeling that comfort of like knowing I could believe that bright to be true. That's that's the thing of it. It's not that I wish that her blindness was more centered in the show because I really don't like I think that the the the fact that it is a show about a blind woman that isn't about like just about like her being blind. It's about out like this whole other thing and it's just part of the part of her character that she can't see like I think that's all really great but the thing about it is that when you can't trust the authenticity of it it's distracting. It's distracting yeah. That's exactly I feel like we're the type type of media consumers. These days who like are not just GonNa like take what is fed to us. We're a little born a little more like okay. Is this real picky Hickey illiterate. We want a little more of that authenticity. You've got really want <hes> often tiki today yeah but other being said in terms of obsessions. It's the we've been watching it all week. We come home and watch it. I feel <unk> gets for going on forever. I like we were watching it for for like a million episodes and every time that like every third episode the whole case gets like flipped upside down and you just I don't know anything any quick directed the eighth episode. Oh that's cool the closer herself. I feel like I know exactly exactly how this this series get created. It was like somebody who is like. Would it be cool if there was a murder mystery about called in the dark and the person trying to figure out was always in the dark but then they're also blythe and so that works like four both things and they were obviously <unk> stoned at that I did Google <hes> halfway through like one of the episodes I googled what do blind people think of in the dark and I forgot to quotes around that show name and I got back like a lot of stuff about like what do they dream about and what today's actually see all this stuff. I was like Oh this is not not right. This is way more philosophical than than do you guys know who Marlee Matlin is yeah. She was really great on the West Wing playing death character. She's actually deaf half the same lines. She's also the only deaf person to win an Oscar. She was also in Albert. She was in the L. Web <unk> assume that Oh word but soon westering hut well. That's because you're not in L. will not allowed to watch it. I'm not a wizard already established that Hanna is kind is half lizard half lizard absurd breaking news by I have she is allowed to watch the L.. Were the first time that I saw Marlee Matlin. She was in something that I was that I was watching like in school. <hes> and it was like for L.. It was like semi educational. She was the first deaf person deaf person I'd ever. I know I mean she's still I think the only actual deaf person I've seen like T._v.. Movies to be honest with you that it was like an educational like like short like minisers any seriously I watched it in school. I think it took place on a boat. She's in the magician's skews you you. I just don't know how we're GONNA find this. I had like this wave of memories when you talked about her so sorry. Was it the Linguini incident she's in the Educational Ben Educating about the Linguini incident. I don't know I'll have to figure it. Out Off. pod was on baby Einstein no sesame street. She's on Sesame Street now. This blue's clues high school or something yeah so it's the award I don't know maybe it was different deaf actress than while good times chicken soup rue the sole high that no is this good podcast hope you Hannah the Ben is being very helpful. Hannah in I feel like you're not appreciating his help. <unk> stores visit the hours in your sorry what it was the Alward God how many times to there and have to say that I found that to be very educational school listen. We need to listen to lizards yeah. Yeah I just googled Marlee Matlin on a boat to try to turn out for you mercury in <hes> no just nothing useful well yeah that's. That's it in the dark. It's it's a good show. I what a sparkling recommendation thank you. It's it just watch it. You like play on words at the very least it's a good character. You know the rating pretty good I wouldn't have stuck with the writing wasn't good okay. That's good curious sedgwick direction episodes so yeah the closer herself the closer. I know I just she whose vehicles are now now. I feel like I can't ignore it anymore. I was just thinking about the closer today. Curiouser I was listening to that is listening to a podcast cast about like a cold case and I was thinking about in the closer how she would like go back in interview all the <hes> never watched in. I don't even know what it's about. I believe it's about called cases then. Why did you bring her up because she directed an episode of the show Hannah's obsessed with the closer so it's not made me feel like you have an emotional connection to her Kevin Keegan's wife? It's forgotten Kevin Big cure subjects husband. It's nothing she's the fire in closer closer sir what to watch too. She's the fucking closes got. I wish is this topic would weaken here. She can't she's directing. I will close this topic by saying that I was wrong. It's not what about cold cases and I was thinking of different. Show consumes hold case. It's another mystery lost to the ages. My brain is mush believed to me was on a boat show. I watched it in a school yeah. That's all I got so thanks for watching that. We didn't watch it. Should we do homework with your homework. Work is look at the earthquakes baby burr. Sorry Not Hannah whoever runs twitter accounts industry is gonNA article with the with the with the post the episode goes up you get it look at the look of those those gifts. They're crazy nuts photos. My twitter is neces- curved Ben go there for pictures of my cats. They're very cute and sweets Davis <hes> that's it. I guess my twitches disc agreed to having streamed in moments but we'll see on it. Maybe maybe maybe I made it out of clay. uh-huh over Alison Listen Brian Needs Friends. It's a great podcast. Listen to bed to listen to bed. Listen and <hes> listen to bend is what I say listening to finally reassert listening to white men never mind take it all <hes> <hes> take it back my listen to earn once she's already. She's approved my obsession as actually good how about that yeah only listen about after I loyd like if the go ahead and then do it well I review less B.. Movies lesbian movie reviews on Instagram haven't done that forever but it's up there I- website unburden dot com they go here ago. Oh my ear really really bad ear. You itch yeah well. You have to stop everything to do that. Can you talk inscribed well. The one is not as good okay hi. I'm Han the following year starting the podcast Malcolm two of the podcast watch in the dark on net flicks. It's a fun mystery program and my until episode eight the one that curious subject directed. She is the closer some so you might sell you might have to close. You're watching after that episode I don't I know it happens in that episode. Sorry which returned interrupted you might twitter and instagram are both at Hanthropy <hes> my other podcast is called so dreamy we talk about dreams James and sleep disturbances and stuff later. Let's see so in the month of <unk> know what's what's the next on August. We're GONNA be. We're going to be doing daily dream drawings throughout the entire month <hes> as a as a form of journaling to try it out so we'll be like doing that journey and if other people want to do that to basically just gonNa take notes on like scribble down notes. If we wake up at night of like what we were just dreaming about then try try to dry the best began in the morning like our guest Dade for a whole year for an heath and drive other things now and then our podcast has has a voicemail. If you are causing tell us which orioles our best you can do that at seven seven four three to six Oh four twenty as as as that fucking boys it second place it you can follow the podcast on twitter at two broad. You can follow us on Instagram at way too broad you can email us have any questions comments encouragements. Whatever at way too broad gmail.com <hes> you can find any of the stuff that we talked about links all that good stuff at way too broad dot com for anything you want? W urge just earned band dot Com for anything you need <hes> did you mentioned queer works map Erin. I didn't you can an air and also has another project. She's working on called Queer works map at quirks dot com. It's probably still just like a description of what it is on the line. That's awesome. It's going to be super cool. You should get in on the ground floor of it. Go visit and see what it's all about and if you WANNA leave us a review you couldn't do that on apple podcast in please do <hes> because it would be super nice of you so nice so nice. That's it. That's all I put my drink on the on the lid the podcast on doing shit like that you guys stop. I know the podcast candle is now extinguished goodbye.

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Effectively Wild Episode 1565: Three Arms, Youre Out

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

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Effectively Wild Episode 1565: Three Arms, Youre Out

"The. She Ain't good for you. She's. End Up in two episodes fifteen, sixty, five of technically wild baseball. Podcastone ben grasp presented by chance quarters I. of the ringer joined by Nick Rally then Crafts Meg. So you tweet that you had submitted your predictions for the thank rests staff. Predictions Post the twenty twenty season, and I won't ask you to spoil them, and maybe we can do some season preview stuff next week, but did you go weird with any of your picks were? Did you stick with SORTA? Chucky favorites, even though it's a weird seasoned. Then I. I'm here to tell you that. You missed the entirety of that, Joe. Okay I picked blueberries. Blueberries I have we have have blueberry bushes. And they were there blueberries, so I my projection for myself is in the I will become a blueberry. I've so many blueberries. Pictures go with it our C. and yeah, you're the Willy Wonka Person. To a blueberry I will be as violet in Willy Wonka, so I have not yet done my my predictions, although the prediction sheet is officially out to the fan graph staff, I plan to not think about it until the last possible minute. Your. Wish I had blueberries pick, but I do not I only have very expensive. WHO BURIES TO BUY? She could send I Irish. Get Send Them I've noticed that the pricing of blueberries very variable I don't know is I don't know if it is just a new. York thing or whether it has to do with the season or how much they're charging from the particular place there quiring blueberries, but really seems to go up and down total crapshoot like my wife. Wife and I when we go to the grocery store, it's like get blueberries if they're cheap. Because sometimes they're like twice as expensive as other times. Usually, it's just like. Get this or get that if they have it with boo, it's just you never know what you're going to get. Pricewise I found I am not surprised that like the cost of perishable goods would be more variable especially now given what I imagine is a somewhat more unpredictable supply chain. With the pandemic, but I wonder why blueberries specifically I wish I could send them to you Ben. Ben At their civil. Where's the Bush? I couldn't get them. All had to come back in and. May Have some some reddish ones there, but they're. Still not quite right, but they are wonderful. I'm GonNa make a buckle, and perhaps a pie of free some, but there's a lot. It just goes to show that if you're sitting there and you're like. How many Blueberry Bushes should I plant the answers one? Do the one because if you plant four, then you will turn into a blueberry, but at least you won't be a cake. Wish I could plant one anywhere, but not really an option for me in an apartment. I don't think, but I envy you being able to pick blueberries for free and do that instead of making season predictions, I have been thinking about season predictions because I assume I will be forced to make some next week and usually i. just make really boring predictions, but that's almost like a defense mechanism for me, because if I just pick the really obvious thing, maybe someone will stop asking me to make predictions, but they never do. I just always feel a little disingenuous going for something that I. Don't think will actually happen even though I know the purpose of. Of, predictions is really just to entertain, so you might as well pick something wacky, but I was just feel wrong. Actually predicting something that I don't really believe is the likeliest outcome, and so I ended up going with the projections or something. But I it will be a dilemma in this season, because of course, the odds of something strange, happening or high in there could be upsets and underdogs, and they're still upset, though and so if I'm going to be consistent than I, should still pick the favorites acknowledging that the odds of some upset are higher, so I don't know what I'll do, but we'll both have to make that decision in the next week. Yeah and you know the the season awards who? Will there even be awards? The guidance that we've heard from the BBC. wwl At least far is that we will. Have Awards to vote on, but I don't think that that's final like everyone else. They have acknowledged the need to be flexible. I would imagine at least internally, so yeah, that's going to be quite. It's GonNa. Be So tricky, but I'm sure that everyone will be understanding when we get it wrong. That's always. Will one thing we can predict with some confidences that you will not be attending mariners games this year. However, a cardboard cutout of you will be. You've purchased a cardboard, meg. So, here's the thing then. Sometimes, you see something in the world and you're like that's great. I wanted a new. Look the price you say. Oh, no, not for me I'm I'm butter based Yam but a baseball writer I can afford blueberries nothing else. No, but then the mariners say hey, what if you put a cardboard cutout of you? In the Ballpark for thirty dollars in you go yet? Get thirty dollars of enjoyment out of that so I hope that I am prominently displayed, although I don't say that as if I should be granted any special shoe. Placement No, no I wouldn't I. WOULD NOT DREAM OF IT I want to be I, want to be with the people and wherever the Mariners Sif it to to place me, but yes. My. My twitter avenue the Catcher's mask everything GonNa be GonNa be somewhere except for one game only, or is it just there? The whole season unclear to me i. get the sense that it. It could stick around although I suppose if there are a lot of folks who want that then then maybe they'll have to. Pick some sort of system, they'll have to shoot some of systems to recycle folks through so that no one feels excluded, but the the opportunity to look disapprovingly out at fields from behind the catcher's mask, which is STA, you know. It was thirty dollars worth of fun. I feel good about my purchase and having admitted to having done this. I am sure the I will say I. Think the odds of me. finding myself broadcast. Go up considerably. I wonder 'cause. I assume they can't tell you where it is because that would be a big hassle to inform everyone where they're cardboard cutout went, so you'll be scanning the crowd as you usually do, but this time you'll be looking for yourself a lifeless version of yourself, so yeah could be anywhere I mean if it's right behind, hope played. You'll see it if it's in the upper deck somewhere I guess it depends on how many people purchase these things? Where they'll willie to put them in the upper deck or not? Yeah, I would imagine that it'll be A. I would think that they will keep it to the lower deck if I had to guess just because I, can't imagine the demand is going to be so significant that they have to go to the upper deck, not because people won't enjoy it, but just you know like. It is, it is an objectively ridiculous thing to spend money on, even though it is going to bring me great joy, so but yeah I I look forward to. Look forward to our wonderful stars, plugging my mentions when they find out by now the just as you as you have noted, sometimes get recognized in ballparks, Pirhana Kyrie, your cardboard Ganger will also be recognized, but seems like a lot of labor to position those things around the par for the Ballpark and plays. How do you even get it to stand up I? Assume it's fixed some hauer that it's propped up. You wouldn't want people's cardboard cutouts to be falling on their faces. That'd be terribly do it. Yeah, and and you know like what happens if I wonder how resilient they are like if they get hit by Homerun. Do they need a place? To damage to them. I don't know the answer to that I. I really wonder. I don't know, but I assume that they want it to be somewhat sturdy. I think the nice thing, both because of the time of year in Seattle, and also because the roof, you at least probably don't have to worry about water damage right. You'RE NOT GONNA. Have warped weird. Close the roof to protect the cardboard cutouts. Sit Out all the time I. Don't know why it be a lot of trouble to take them down I. Wonder also if you if you're cardboard equivalent gets hit. Pay a foul ball. I think they should send you fell. You should get to keep that. Yeah. I know the I think it was the as are doing. There's as a charity fundraiser and I think that. If you're cut out, gets dinged, you get. They're gonNA. Try to retrieve the ball and send it to you, which also sounds like quite a logistical hassle, but I guess you know how many home runs going to be really. Well, I, like it I think I would actually feel more attached to the action if I knew that a cardboard me were sitting there. I. Just I like the idea of being able to steer out with my sessile face simulate. Did Not approve that Homerun Sir. You should not have surrendered that one, or if they put me behind home, I can be like. Missing the Zahn don't have don't have that one today. Switch it up. It's Kinda creepy I'm imagining like a cardboard Gholam version of me coming to life in the ballpark in the middle of the night, but okay just have a vivid imagination, so we should we've onto what we WANNA do today, which is some emails and we haven't answered emails in a while and I'd say our e mail volume has been somewhat reduced of late may be reflecting some lack of enthusiasm about baseball or podcast listening, or who knows the questions that we have gotten have been a lot of downer. kofoed questions, which is understandable and we've talked. Talked about that stuff, but for today we wanted to do a pre pandemic mailbag, and just dig into the archives. Look up some questions that are a year or two old, in most cases from the before times, even really from before signs dealing in many cases that have just languished unanswered at least unanswered on the podcasts until now, and they're evergreen, or maybe they were never really relevant at all so there no less relevant than they were when we got them kind of timeless questions and weird hypothetical, so this would be a nice departure from all the other things that we've been worried about lately the before time. Time when one of our great scandals was. The commissioner insulting the World Series Trophy. Or even before then Aright, so let's start with Mark Patriot. Supporter, who says a tended and angels game in June and my and I met a family from New Zealand attending their first baseball game. They asked great questions like who is the best player which was great because Mike, Trout was playing right in front of them. Then they asked what made him the best player so I, just pulled up leaderboards on my phone and showed them how many different categories he was near the top of this particular game included the following events an inside the park home run ejections Mike, Trout and home team. This left me thinking that this family from New Zealand picked great game to attend in that they saw some fairly unique elements. So the question I would pose is this if you were to craft the contents of the baseball game, someone were to attend one. Would you include I haven't decided what circumstance you should draft for the only baseball game. Someone will ever see your perfect ballpark experience first time baseball viewer. You're hoping to make into a fan I. Thought. It made an interesting thought experiment. If nothing else and I suppose the answer would be different for us. Let's say than it should be for that family from New Zealand, so maybe we can go with the. The NEWBIE, the person who is just getting exposed to baseball for the first time or has been exposed to it a little bit, but is still sort of on the fence. What would sell them on the sport? So my first thought if that is the parameter for the question is that you probably want something that is more offensively minded I think that the appreciation for good pitching. You know there are times when it's very easy. Right so I think that the kind of pitching performance you want is one with like high heat, right? You're you up the one hundred to flash on the stadium gun, so you can go well. Guy Ball hundred miles an hour. But I think that. Some of the other nuances of pitching are probably best appreciated over time, and so you would probably want something. That was a bit more offensively oriented. You probably one at least one home run. I think you WANNA stolen base at least one. Perhaps some trick ration- on the base paths. Blue. Because I think that baseball gets a bad about rap for being undynamic for not being dynamic and so I think you want some dynamism because you're trying to be like. Hey, don't you WANNA come again? Don't you WANNA? Come and hang out with me the ballpark again. Can't we do a second one of these? So that I can sit here and talk to you about her balls or Or, what have you so I? Think I think you'd want? You'd want some some big fireworks you'd want you probably don't WanNa. Blow out because you want to land the impression that the sport is competitive and interesting and engaging, and you don't want to be over long, so you definitely don't want extras, and so you probably also want to keep the run scoring like a reasonable level. Reasonable level so it doesn't. Stretch has three hours and then I think you probably want at least one reliever who just throws a really good are vast ball and sequenced. You can point. Is. It really is it continues to be an amazing thing that a human arm can do that and not immediately fall off, so yeah, I think you want variety for Eddie would be good in terms of the types of players on the slice, so you want like Jose altuve Aaron judge. Let's say you WANNA be able to point to them and say hey, those are the best players in baseball isn't there from? Ends of the human physical spectrum, and they can both be great at this game, which is one of the things that baseball has going for it maybe more than most sports, even so that I think you want, and just stylistically I think maybe in terms of pitchers like yeah, you definitely want your flame thrower whose throwing one hundred something in putting the big radar readings up there, but maybe you want like a side, armor, or a suburban or sub mariner. I never know which to say but. One of those. Again like just the the full spectrum, the range of baseball bodies and skills I. Think would be good, and you want a nice day in Nice weather in a nice ballpark, full of fans who are. Cardboard cutouts because you want a good environment and atmosphere and energy in the park I think if it's first time viewer, they will be more likely to be persuaded that this is something they should watch and enjoy if there are thousands of people around them watching and enjoying it, so you want an active crowd. That's really into it. I think and you want a close game suspenseful game, but I agree high scoring like the one nothing the pitcher's duel. That's traditionally. That's something that I think like diehards or purists pride themselves on like man. I appreciate the intricacies of the Sports, so I love one. One nothing game because I am not all about the action. I'm just about the tactics and strategy and the suspense, and there's something to that, but a lot of that may be pretty opaque to a first time viewer, and so they might just say there's nothing happening here. No one's scoring his running. No one's doing anything so yeah, you want scoring in. I'd say yes. You want like an inside the park home run would be great or some triples, just exciting base running plays exciting, fielding plays and come back. I would say a a home team. Come Back I. Think you want a home? Home team win. Probably assuming this person has no fan affiliation, and maybe a walk off would probably be good, because then you get the on field celebration I guess I'm just describing a good game in general, but you know for us. We might want to see some weird wacky thing that for a first time viewer would just be impenetrable like maybe the things that you don't want are as important as the things that you want like you probably don't want some weird like infield fly rule like it. You probably don't want to have to explain the infield viral. You probably don't want some weird contested. Contested call with a replay review and a delay like you don't want it to seem like a steep learning curve. You kind of want them to understand what they're seeing. Yeah, I think there are. There's a list of things that you probably don't want to see on the field. One of which is going to be a circumstance with the infield fly roles in effect. You don't want a replay of any kind. You particularly don't want to have to explain some of the weird edge cases like when two runners end up on the same base because that's confusing to people. You don't WanNa Balk Agony. Please no, because explaining that to. That's not fun at all and one of the problems is. If you want your friend to say hey, I've enjoyed this experience. I enjoy baseball like come to the ballpark with you again. You want them to have confidence in your understanding of what's going on around you because you're going to have more questions because there's a lot happening. Happening and there's a lot to know, and you WANNA sound, and feel informed, and you want to exude like parental authority in your West, but again a nice way to kind of sending way but lake in a in a way where you're like I will trust you as my guide on this journey to baseball, and as soon as Bach. You're going to be like. A fraud and I cannot so I. I think that you WanNa avoid any of those things I don't think that Jeff sessions. That can go either way it might. It depends on your friend. Your friend might be someone who likes that kind of drama, and they might appreciate the the manager. They will likely refer to that person as the coach, and you should find a polite way to correct them, and if you can't find employ, we don't do it at all. Because it doesn't matter, they might think he's standing up for his guys, or they might be like that Geyser Jerkin. All of these people are fussy. I. Don't WanNa hang out with them anymore so very. Tricky tricky? Yeah, and I think it'd be good if you've got some great historic memorable performance from player or for my team I guess, but you know if someone hits for homers or something like that. Maybe that gives them the wrong idea of how are they going to be seeing something like this and every game they go to, but I think you WanNa Hook them right, so you want to give them something good to begin with, and I think you often hear that from people when they remember their first game or the first game that they can remember. It's like oh I, remember so-and-so hit three homers that day or so installed stole three bases that day, so some recollection that you can anchor that to and make it easy to look that game up in the future and look at the box score and remember that thing that happened. I think that would be good. Just something really salient so that it's not just a good game, but some standout performance preferably by some star player so that you feel invested right away. You feel like you saw something special. Yeah, I don't think it's troubling or a problem if it's an apparant performance. Far outside the norm for example, I thought that the mariners would be forever good at baseball, because I grew up watching them in the late nineties and early two thousands and here I am running fan graft. So you know it's a lot can happen can still think that it's a good idea to hang out with. Hundred losers. Yeah. That's something I've wondered about, too 'cause I grew up watching one of the all-time, Great Yankees teams. Obviously part of some fin hood's identity is rooting for bad teams and being loyal to them anyway, but I wonder what is more likely to produce lifelong fans like having that collective frustration, and that there might be something better on the horizon, and were the lovable losers, or whether it's just winning a world series and getting everyone on board. I would guess the ladder. They're probably more bandwagon. Fans out. There are people who are swayed by winning than people who are more encouraged by team that loses every year, so yeah, I'd say give him a great game in something, special and abnormal to begin with, and then after that they can be disappointed, but it'll be too late dopey in the door already. Yeah I. think that as long as. You Hook them. If they get a good run, they will just be like every other fan were they believe that it's just around the corner? On some ways they will have skipped the skipped. A whole bunch of steps in are just GONNA BE I. Dunno mets fans. You're right. On that subject I have a question about the cubs here that I thought might be interesting. This is from Alex. who says I know? This is a fairly ridiculous question given that they already hadn't won a world series in over one hundred years, but did baseball actually miss out on a great narrative opportunity by the cubs winning the world series so quickly in the epsteins madden run obviously, cubs fans waited forever for the. The team to win one, but hardly had to wait at all. In the context of this group there was never any question whether this elaborately built core. Their best chance at a title in generation would actually result in a championship they won before the impact of their win now trades became so evident, and before their big contracts, veterans really went south. Wouldn't their late season collapse this year, not this year but last year. We have been in even more captivating story if it's yet another year of Rizzo and Bryant, not breaking the curse no I mean I think that there are definitely there was already a sense we had N. we have gotten over that. They had arrived a little that they had arrived a little bit early. They had they had playoff. Run a like a year before. We really expected them to win. The results in the world series with like here's here's the seem I think that once you're your world series. Drought is a past century mark fine. You're fine. It's fine. I tend to be of the mind that people should get to enjoy things because you never know when you're gonNA, get distracted or disinterested, or or what have you and I don't think that it lessened the the drama of that moment any especially, because that the final game in which they won was so dramatic, and I wouldn't trade that world series game for anything because it was one of it was one of my favorite ones in recent memory so I don't think they lost all that much, but I'm I'm a terrible person to ask about this, because I don't know my most. Salient Fan experience in baseball has not resulted in any kind of a world series appearance so I. Don't know what the preferred sequencing of that is. Yeah. I, don't know I. Don't know Ben I know what he means. Because you did have this core that came together and came up together, and maybe if there had been even longer delay before they finally broke through, that could have been more dramatically satisfying in some ways, but again it. It would have been hard to beat how it actually happened with that series against that opponent, and yet it happened a little faster than expected, maybe in that they went from last place team, two team that got to the LCS and then right to world series winner, and then the trajectory after that has been kind of weird. Because then they went from world series winner to division winner that didn't go any further and then second place. Place team that missed the playoffs altogether and then third place teams that missed the playoffs, and so that whole team trajectory like we thought Oh. This is the beginning of a dynasty, and it hasn't turned out to be that way, so that is maybe sort of disappointing, and so if you could arrange it so that it's like they went from last place to third place or second place, and then they made it to the playoffs, but only. Only in the wildcard game or something, and then they made it to the an and then finally they broke through, and won the world series I guess if you could rearrange those last five seasons, or so in that order so that it built up to that Crescendo. Maybe that would have been even better, but I hate to say that. 'cause like their cubs, fans who waited their entire lives to world series and some of the died. Yeah so like for any cubs fan who waited their whole life, and their team finally won in two thousand sixteen, and then you know they didn't make it to twenty twenty. Eight, to say well, you just don't get to see a a world series. Sorry so. For that alone, yeah, I think that we tend to get. We tend to get very greedy, and I think we tend to get overly fixated on the dynasty notion as fans, and you know again. It's easy for me to say that because I don't really route for any team that could credibly claim a dynasty. So that's maybe part of why I have this perspective, but. It just seems like it would feel really really great to be able to buy one of those world series hats. Just feel really great, and I don't imagine that you have any regret about it being. Achieved quickly. I mean I'm sure you want your team to continue to succeed. Do well and so there some disappointment that they haven't been able to match that that world series run, but that team was legitimately very good. It wasn't like a weird fluky thing that they looked into. They were just a really good baseball team that won a bunch of games and then one a very dramatic and satisfying world series and so. I guess it would be one thing if they were this heralded prospect core that came up and they kind of disappointed, but then they went on a late season, running like their way into the wild card, and then won the world series, and then that was it because you wouldn't feel like you got to witness the full. The fully operational star. We need a different thing for that. Are Sucks. Why don't we do that Ben? Anyway. That's not the we're not going on that. I've already subjected our listeners to cake. Tangent I don't need to do that one but but anyhow I think that you know that sense of not getting to see the feel of the field full of the guys that you wanted is one thing like I have a very distinct memory of opening day the year Bryant came up he obviously on the roster, but I was a Grad sooners in person, and there was a cubs fan sitting. Sitting out on the terrace at the union in it's very sad because I'm sure it's now. He's sitting there in a real deal. Kris Bryant Jersey with a beer in his hand, and their game on his laptop, and like Bryant was implying that day famously, but like that guy was ready I don't WanNa make that guy wait any longer he was. He was ready to go. So to you know. Get to get the satisfaction of that I. Think is pretty incredible. No matter what yeah. It was more exciting because it felt like the beginning of something, and even if it didn't really turn out to be the beginning of something, or that didn't fully come to fruition that added I. Think to the excitement of it. Was that sense that? Hey, we're going to get to be watching this team. And enjoying these players for many years to come, and maybe this won't be the last world series, so that was. Was Exciting on the other hand there's a different sort of satisfaction that could come if they came close and fell short a bunch of times, and if it was the last chance like, if a bunch of them were getting older or about to reach free agency or something, and you knew you really just had one more shot. Maybe that would make it even more satisfying in some ways to because you lived with those. Those players and CEAC careers, and seeing their failures for years and years, and so you'd be maybe even more attached to them, but again if you're a cubs fan, it was so new and wonderful for you to have this great core. Come up that I. Don't know that the excitement level could actually be any higher than it was then yeah, and I can just like feel through my microphone. Some dodger's fan yelling just. Just win. Juan winning them better so I think you should just win world series when you have the opportunity to do that because you never, you just really don't ever know when you're gonNA, be back. Sometimes you root for a team and they went one hundred sixteen games nearly. They're going to be good forever. And my life is going to be delightful, and I'm going to celebrate so many trips, and then you don't. Then you don't Ben Yeah. You can't count on any future championships mariners today I don't know that's. Probably about your cardboard cut it. Yeah. Spirit into it. Yeah I'm trying to imbue it with the the essence of which is very sassy. Williams says I. Really enjoyed listening to episode fourteen eighty seven. Were you recounted some guys and would like to suggest a random effectively weld player of the podcast episode segment. It was really interesting to hear Ben and Sam Recount. Paulk Mirko rate, after Carlos Pena and after I, reflected on each of their careers I was gobsmacked by the statistical comparison of the longtime fan, favorite veterans, stalwart versus the guy who kind of had the failed top prospect label, and just became a generally professional hitter to wit. Wit and then he shares some of their stats, which in some cases look very similar so career, opium plus painel, one seventeen Conoco one eighteen krier baseball reference were twenty five point one for pain, twenty seven point seven for Conoco and other stats playing time stats very far apart so pain yet games fourteen, ninety, three Conoco twenty to sixty eight at bats, forty, nine, forty, nine for eighty, three, ninety, three, for Conoco so the question continues I know it is becoming gross to find players by their. Their contracts but Conoco nearly one hundred thirty million dollars, his career, while opinion did not break fifty million dollars for similar production over nearly five fewer full seasons most interestingly, perhaps painel was worth a whopping negative. One Fan graphs were over his final two seasons in the big leagues while Conoco total negative four point, one fan crafts war with five different seasons coming in the negative granted, two of those were, as he was getting his feet in the bigs in two of them at the end, but. But even still it just had me wondering if you could choose the career. PALCA narcos spread over that number of games versus the career of Carlos Pena, presuming it as all with your team. Do you take Pena with pain? Painter? Be Remembered more fondly if he did play his whole career with one team. Would people remember that he was worth more baseball reference were in fan. Grass were game. He played then Conoco, oh? Gosh, I think you WANNA. Avoid wherever possible the fail top prospect label. I think that that while very unfair, because we heap these expectations on on young players and we don't. We don't do a good of like updating our snapshot of those expectations over time. I think that there are very few things that baseball fans dislike more than failed top prospects like the the the sense that something that like promise was stolen from them, which is so bizarre because I'm sure that like Carlos Spaniel, witches was different to rain like no one cares about more than he does. But I think that there's something about that. You know like talked again. We're just GONNA. Do Marriage stuff I guess like talked. About Dustin. And, he had a worse career. So that's kind of a mean comp to Carless, but I don't know I I think you WanNa. Avoid being quote. Unquote fail top prospect. I'd rather be overrated than underrated tests rate. Conoco is beloved. He's like a local institution local icon. Some people even think of him as like a hall of fame caliber player I don't quite but I. Think a lot of people perceive him that way, and he's really well liked and loved, and I think that is partly because of his skills as a player, and partly just because he was such a institution, and I think if you're. You're with one team. Your whole career of obviously safe that helps and I think part of it is probably just the skills. The way that certain skills are valued so like Conoco was pretty far inferior fielder and base runner, and so that's a lot of why may be. Wars are closer than one would think, and maybe also the offensive environment to and Conoco was you know doing a lot of his offense of damage during a really high offense era, and that could be part of it, too, so I think it's maybe just that goes back to baseball card. Stats are more impressive than Pena's and that. Broke through as late as he did, and he had some great experiences to, and you know he kind of came out of nowhere, and it must be fun to come out of nowhere especially, when you have been labeled something of a bust to then finally breakthrough and justify that hype and show that no, you really are great. That must be nice in a way, too, and if you really had to struggle and you became a. A journeyman almost and then finally you made could that that must be fulfilling in a way also, but I mean I'd rather make more money all else being equal together play longer right so i. don't know what the pain yet type career really has going for it over the Kinetico type career other than the fact, that opinion was better on a per game basis, so yeah, we should may be recognized. That painting was better than. than he softened given credit for it, but in terms of the actual experience for the player I would definitely opt for the show. And when you're you move around like that. There's no one to really when you do. Have that weird season where you sort of live up to what people were expecting. There's not really there's no wonder really claim you in a way that you would want like I would imagine that of all the. The Fan bases that Curtis opinion play for race fans are probably the kindest to him because he had his could years of them, but it gets not. He's probably not their guy, right. They don't list him I do wonder this is a thought that I don't know if it's a good one or not. Using that non baseball fans have a better impression of Carlos up because of how he's characterized in the movie version of money. Yeah I don't know like. I feel like he's respected and liked as a person. And I think he was seen as a leader on those raise teams finally got good, and won a pennant, and he was like a great clubhouse guy in all of that, so yeah, but I guess if you're someone who's only read or watched moneyball. You just know him has the key who was playing over Scott had or in. In the movies that Billy Bean head to trade so that they would not keep playing. Carlos Pena which in the long run. Carl's penny turned out to be a better player than Scott had a brick, but it took awhile. Yeah, but in the Jonah Hill version of David esus easier to be the rookie year casualty like about that about the Carlos. Sata had quite younger. Yes, that's. I'm sure as fans think very highly of him, he's. He seems very much persons He's bad guy or anything but I. don't think you have the sense of loyalty, and you're not as quick to be like we'll, but he had those years, so don't forget those good years. If you're bands bounces around. I don't think that you have quite the same. You know it's not the same. It's not the same thing. I wonder what the coverage was like of him in twenty twelve when he returned to Tampa I, don't know but KINETICO's kind of in that like never have to buy a beer in this town for the rest of your life category essentially so I'd rather have that career, but cross pen a good career to. Catch you up close. All aright question from Richard, I've always felt that breaking bat should bear a greater penalty to the hitter if the pitcher breaks her that I think you should have to finish the bat with your broken-bat as a penalty for your bed swing. If this were the rule, would this change baseball alternatively, if Mike Trout always had to use a pet with a hairline fracture? What percent of Mike Trout would he be? I think I feel. We've answered this question before, maybe we have. These very dangerous is a terrible idea. People would get their little the little thing as all crushed. It would be very bad I still think that might choke it. Hit. A home. Run was working. So, I found a similar question. Episode Fourteen Twenty, four about Francisco endured chipping his bat and questioner named shown said he thinks it would be fun to see how players would try to use a broken-bat to their advantage, and how the defense might play that particular situation. I'm thinking. Yeah, well I think it would be very dangerous I think we would see hand injuries. But it would be fun to watch that really that's no problem because you're just like with a little nub in of a you just be up there with a little number would, it would be sharp. You know that you might get splinters. Everyone would after batting gloves. I guess that would be one thing that would happen as a result this end I. don't Yeah I. Don't think that it would be very fun to watch and I. Don't really know if it's penalizing anything I. Need to penalize I guess is the real problem I have with it because I. don't really have a problem with that particular. You Know WanNa pitch that particular part of the baton suddenly you're. You're in need of a new one like I. don't really sit there. An attribute that is a thing that the batter then has to contend with over the course of A. Of the rest of the bat like when a guy gets injured, mid plate appearance in the guy comes in for him like inheritances count that make sense to me because you don't want to. You don't want to rebound scales in any kind of unfair way, but what are we? What are we really penalizing? Yeah, it's not like you took terrible. Swing or something I mean I. Guess You didn't take the best possible swing. You could have taken the pitcher. Beat you in a way. You didn't hit on the sweet spot probably, but the penalty for that is that it's a foul ball freight, or it's a it's we contact. In place, so I think that's a sufficient penalty. It's not so bad to just barely missed the sweets powder or hit a ball off the handle, or whatever causes the bat to break that I think you should have to essentially forfeit the rest of the plate appearance, so it's a credit to the pitcher. If they're able to sell you off like that, but really if you go up there with a broken broken-bat, what's the best outcome like a? There's the safety concerns, but be probably just nothing very exciting is. After that point, so it would just be kinda boring for all of us. I think I think that it would be. It would quickly become the sort of thing like you know Mickey. Hitting a home run off actually throwing the four pitches for an intentional walk like it's not a thing that happens very much like the exciting event would be so rare as to be. On Fun, all the rest of the times, yeah, sure exactly how often it happens I, think one of the stat companies attract this or has tracked it in the past, but as the question of whether it would change baseball like. An often enough that you would see pictures coming inside more or hitters backing off the plate, maybe to cut down on broken bats, because it would be a huge penalty like if you swing, and you break your bad on the first pitch, the play appearance or your first swing. Then that's pretty much it. You could almost walk back to the plate, or you might just be better off standing there and not swinging in hoping that they walk. You're hoping. Hoping that they don't know that you broke your bat. If it was subtle enough that you could maybe just work a walk or something, but otherwise like I don't know that it happens often enough with the materials that they use to make bets now that it would actually be worth changing your approach in any way, so not sure that it would change baseball other than making it worse for spectators and more dangerous for the plan more dangerous. Yes. All right I'm anti. This real I think we can agree on that all right question from Johnson Patriots. Supporter, what if humans evolved to have three arms instead of two? But baseball still existed as it does today with all of the same rules. What would hitters, pitchers and fielders do with the extra arm? which position would benefit the most? Well. My Gut instinct is to save fielding that you're. You would benefit most as a field, or by having an extra arm, both a you know I think probably the Infield Outfield, your margin for error once you get used to fielding with the extra arm would be greater so I think that that would be good i. feel like you would be very tippy. Third. Taste supposedly are. Dead. Weight rated is imbued with muscle and so yeah, but where is the arm? Though that's pretty right, because very important, yeah, I mean if it's sticking out of the center of your chest or something. That's a little bit different than if it's just like a dangling off your leg or something, or what if it's on the top of your head like that really changes things because you know. If you're at the top of your head, you're an outfielder. Yeah, yeah, or amazing or a pitcher. What if you can throw from that? You'd get would be would be nutty on the other hand, so to speak. What if you had to adjacent arms and imagine that deception rate because the the hitter wouldn't know which arm was hold policy disguised as well so if you had to arms right next to each other, they wouldn't be able to pick up the release point because it could be anywhere whereas if it were on the top of your head, and in the normal place than maybe that would. Cut Down on the section a little bit, but on the other hand you get that steep downhill plane, which would be really valuable. And if you're like an outfielder or even an infielder, having the arm on the top of your head. Because you could drop home runs, you could catch line drives lay out. Right, but if you had the arm, I guess, can you wear multiple gloves I guess is the question, or would you even or would you just WanNa, keep both at the arms free for throwing, because that would be good because if you had arms like? On the opposite sides of your body where they are now, but also another one next to that one so that you could make the throat from any ankle that would help I guess with the prohibitions on which handedness can play certain position best suited because if you had arms on either side than you could make that, throw from any angle, matter and also like. Would you right handed left? Handed or third handed would need handed mid handed like. You still dominant hand, or you just ambidextrous, and yet you can use any of these arms. That's the question why I'm visiting it being like in the middle of your back, click a scorpions. So. And like you think about what baseball players arms look lake A place where you see a baseball player on the street in, you might be like Oh you your dad. Your job is dad, but one place that I think for a lot of them. It becomes rapidly apparent that they are professional athlete of some kind is when you look at their forums, really cooling, Moses so so then I guess the question is the placement of the armed becomes very important. Because what if you have your bill? You got your big oil baseball player arms, and then you have two of them on one side of your body, and only one on the other side I. do think you'd be, too. I think you'd be kind of. Like I'm a little teapot. Evolve this way. Maybe you adjust for that in some way but I don't know why. We designed baseball the way we did even though we've evolved with three arms in the scenario. Do they all wake up one morning and they're like. If that were the case I. Think we would use that. Third ARM KAZEEM would be so unpracticed with. So undeveloped potentially you might just carry on as usual, but and if you're a hitter. Is it helpful to have the arm? 'cause like if it were in a place where you could swing with three arms at once than maybe you get some extra force behind that swing, or maybe you get some extra reach, or if you are I. Don't know I. Guess if your dominant with with that arm. Would you be able to do away with the Platoon Adventures Somehow? 'cause you could just switch from one side to the player. The other I assume you're still bound by. You have certain arms that. That work better than others I don't know. But I I'M GONNA say pitchers benefit most just because of the deception, or is it different angles that you can come from I? Don't know fielders, maybe a close second because of the reach and the ability to throw from certain angles, but I would say pitchers. I think like every now and then you see one of those trick wind up S- where the pitcher does the thing where you can't tell where the ball is coming from, and it just looks impossible to hit, so that would just be par for the course in the three world. I think it would really depend where on your body it was I think that that materially impacts the answer to this question because they think that. If, it's on top of your head. And then like does. So then like if it sticking out the top of your head. Does your arm hair mattress head? Does it. Select your arm pair were shorter. You really want. I would like to I'd like to say the following, which is that I slept very little last night, because I was working on positional power rankings and I I think that given that I'm pretty pleased with my podcast performance. Oh! This might be the place where it's the most evident that it's got shipped. Out of variables here this is It's been seven months or so since John Santos questions so that to us. Let us know where the is. I wanted because I I want to I want to give this very serious question the consideration that it merits. It materially changes my answer depending on where the arm is. In the middle of your stomach then I have questions about like what the? Arms on you. But I also think that that would change like imagine if you were a catcher and you had an arm sticking out of the middle your stomach. Are you allowed to put a glove on it. Does that help or hinder you because now if you're trying to frame stuff, do you run into your own hands? Then good question, too. Yeah I don't know which of us. One of US answered this question via Patriot at the time I think it was Sam probably, and it's just the two word answer, and it says. I just I appreciate. I have found like UNICEF like body horror movies engaging lately. Who could say why? On us. Is that a common on our broader moment. WHO's to say but this feels like to hear? Kronenbourg sat down. I was like I'd like to try sports movie. If you can place the arm. Let's say if you can choose where you want the arm then I would say pitchers benefit the most shirt unless you could put the arm on the end of one of your existing arms. Right, and then you get great range. Is this field so? There might be useful to that would be useful, but you know one of the complications. If you could have super arm, think about how many guys nicknames would be stretch. The everyone and then do you have the arm hair on the end of your other arm? That seems to be. That's most occupied you where the arm hair go well, it's just I'm going to forget the comedian now. So I feel bad, but like there's a comedian has a four part thing on Netflix and I've only seen the preview. He's British guy and he has a little bit about why. The the skin on your lips is different than the rest of your face skin. And I've thought about that every day since. Review Force. And so then I just WanNa know like 'cause like I have a lot of hair on my head and I'm wondering if I then would be like weird cousin. It was like a tall but very. Movie on. Tom Says my cardboard cutout would be really weird. But. I'm wondering if manager should think about players, having good days or bad days, I would not want my favorite teams manager bench superior player because he's having a bad month so long as there is not a causal story to accompany the downturn in performance, but for some reason I feel different about bad games. It just seems intuitive to me that Games are an organizing unit that actually contributes to how events cluster and you hear pitcher say stuff like I. Just couldn't get a feel for my curveball today, but you don't hear them say I couldn't get a feel for. For My curveball this week. If a team brings in its best reliever, and he throws four straight balls, should that change how the manager believes? He will perform the rest of the day more than a bad outing did in a previous game. Should a manager be worried about wasting pitcher stamina when they are having a bad day so i? Think that this does affect I. Think this affects manager decision making now and I I tend to think that it is backed by more sophisticated data. It is a more rigorous decision than just like feeling it out and four. Consecutive balls might I mean four consecutive balls might raise some eyebrows. Really what's going on with that guy? But I think that managers have a pretty good sense of where their guys are today whether it's performance related from watching bullpens in sort of seeing how they are or stuff that we never end up finding out about you know a small injury that nags and they're not feeling great or something. That's going on at home. That's may begin affect their performance because they're distracted by. You know their kid being. Getting bad grades, or they had a fight with her spouse, or what whatever it is, so my go-to visions like that. Is someone being second now? We can't do that. It's like saying catch the fever. Please don't. So, I think that it does factor into manners decision making now I would imagine that sort of older school managers might look at it and say it might overestimate the degree to which they have. This pegged as being a good day or a bad day. so I. think There's danger in that, but I think that you know whether it's through data or Or conversation, or what have you that they tend to try to get censor? Their guys are on any given night or afternoon before they you know who's available out of the bullpen, or or what have you? Yup, I think it's an area where in theory managers are unfilled personnel could really add some value, but also an area where they could potentially do some damage. Because, you might read too much into something you're seeing. You might trick yourself and think that either something that's going on off the field or something you think you see in. That picture is more meaningful than it actually is. Because I have seen some research that suggests that like how a starter begins his outing decent, actually predict how he finishes it all. That well were how he pitches from that point forward, so if someone starts off rough, you might think oh. He doesn't have it that day, but very often he will have it like if he comes out for the next inning or even. Even the next pitcher something. Even if you've lost it, you can find it again, or you might not actually have lost it, and it might just be sort of deceptive, but also maybe you are picking up on something, and you're right. Maybe it can't be database. Maybe you're actually seeing like I. Release Point, slip, or movement is decreasing or spin raid or something I have seen analysis. That suggests that some days pitchers spin the ball better than other days, and whether that's because their grip is different, or they don't have a feel for it or just because they're cheating more that TAE and. And using some substance more I don't know, but I know rabbi. Arthur has also done some research for fivethirtyeight about like Pitcher, hot streaks, and there is something to it like pitcher. Stuff does seem to fluctuate from game to game, and maybe it's a little bit predictive so I think there's something to it. And when a pitcher says I just didn't have that pitch that day I don't think that they're totally imagining it in most cases, but again like they're also times where you might lose that pitch in the middle of a game, or you might get that pitch back in the middle of. Of A game so if it's like a tiebreaker and you're trying to decide, do I bring in this fresh arm or do I stay with the starter and statistically speaking. It's not that big a gap. then. Maybe you give some weight to it, but if it's like you have your base out there, and you're going to a much inferior pitcher, because the looks like he doesn't have it that day well, maybe stick with the guy who's been better over the long run because he might pull out of it right exactly so I think there's a good version of this is driven by some. More rigorous analysis or an understanding of injury or personal stuff that is not gonNA show up in data, but is probably easy. TITANTIC is like distracting or Levy to impact performance, and the bad version is ahead feeling better guy. Yeah yeah, or if the pitcher says something to you about how he feels, which is probably pretty rare, but when they do say that probably pay attention. All Right Justin says I've just learned about formula. E. Racing in the UK based Electric Formula One. Anyway, take a look at this and he links to a story. Apparently boost zones are going to be installed around the race track like some sort of real life, Mario Kart. My question is obviously what if these were installed around baseball diamond? Where would they be placed for maximum impact with the end result simply be more face first collisions with the field twenty foot diving catches sece's like kind of the opposite of Sam's put a pit on the field, which would totally stop of players forward motion. Putting a boost zone on there and I. Read a little bit about this. This is like in December. Twenty eighteen, they were planning to put these boost zones on the race track. Where apparently like it would kind of juice the car like reading about it. attack mode raises drivers power level from two hundred kilowatts to two hundred twenty five kilowatts once they traveled through an offline activation zone. It is intended to increase strategy and overtaking options now that the championship no longer features car Swab stirring races so. Yeah if you were to put a boost somewhere on the field, where would you do that? Okay, so now we have a guy who has three arms on of witches. and has had a booster pack installs I. The it's just it's on the field somewhere so like when you run over it, you get a boost. Yeah but how I don't know. Maybe it's like one of those moving sidewalk thing. Okay, it's. Better. So, so now we have a guy three arms. Governor and. He's got a moving sidewalk. Sure, Gosh, where would be the most? You want it to be a place where it's sort of occupying the same purpose where it's a a strategy decision, so you wanted to incentivize advancements rate way to facilitate advancement, but to have it be close because we like Bang Bang plays. That's fun and we like strategy. That's fun. I think that you I think you just go, but you wanted to reuse frequently right? Well maybe not. Third and I was thinking that, too. The only danger is that. Maybe you don't want guys running into catchers at even higher speed, so there's going to be a collision risk. No matter where you put this thing, which is maybe a sign that we shouldn't put the bruce thing anywhere. But I was thinking that because yeah, you'd like steals of home. You like plays at the plate. You like guys rounding third and deciding to go for it instead of holding up and I guess the pushed would help. Although maybe the boost just cheapens it if you're getting the boost. Maybe that takes some of the fun out of it. I don't know and. I kinda thought like maybe somewhere in the field like initially I was thinking like put it somewhere out deep in the outfield, so that like I dunno, it's like out in the gap or something so that you might think that a ball was falling. And then suddenly a guy hits the boost, and he's able to leap and cut off a ball, and the the GABBA. You wouldn't want him boosting into the fence that would be bad, but if you're a boost and like half more home, run robberies, or or just more leaping catches that might be good, and also a little less dangerous than on the BASEPATHS I. I don't know maybe you have it only operating one talk radio. And it's like it's for part of the distance of Centerfield so that you could have guys doing a running throw into homes. Try to nail right guys with the plate that that'd be cool. I. Don't think we have to worry about catcher collisions because you have a third arm. Wilshire can. Very dirty though because. Maybe the boost would only activate if there were no other players in proximity you, Qatar. It rigged that way so that you would not have people colliding with each other. That would be good, so yeah I. I don't know I think more. Acrobatic catches is what I would want to see the most that like having guys soaring through the air, one of my favorite place as it is, so if you're able to get a speed boost and cover more grounds, you know, maybe that takes away some of the variation between defenders like if everyone gets the booster. Do you give the boost to guys who need it more probably not you'd want everyone to be able to get the boost, but. That'd be my favorite. I think just weeping through the air because you. You got that extra speed. I think we've learned that what I want more of in the game or close plays at home plate, which is surprising for me, given that I worry about catcher safety a great deal, but I think I would want it, either between third and home or in the outfield somewhere to facilitate trying to nap, guys. They're coming into score. I think that's my preference Yep Yep I get that all right. Keaton says. The SAM's coverage of trump's rise through hall of fame war rankings. It's obvious that once trout hits ten years of service time. He will be a locked for the hall of fame even if he never played another game. My question is what if my trout for whatever bizarre reason seriously wanted to enter the hall of fame twice as a player. What would he need to do? Do you think he could fake his death adopt? A new identity reentered the sport at age, thirty and complete second stint with enough ability to earn himself another spot in the hall of fame. So. I looked this up. I looked up. How many hitters have accrued at least sixty war? I forget which were I was using which is kind of the minimum than a non catcher needs for a real shot on the BWI ballot so from age thirty on only nine hitters have gotten sixty war bonds wagner. Ruth, Aaron COBB, Anson Ucla and speaker so talent wise trout is obviously in a class with those guys, so it's definitely not impossible and the way that players are aging in this era. Maybe it would be a little difficult. It seems like the aging curve is steeper these days, so it's still unlikely barring a Harold Baines style scenario, but I think he could potentially do it on pure talent and performance I just. I don't know how he gets away with the. Faking his death or changing his identity, such that no one knows that he's make. I. I mean a third arm would probably help but covered. Shave Right Wearing a mask, he's already doing that right. I can't imagine that He. He seems like a family man based on everything. We've heard from him so I can't imagine he'd faked his own death. No, it'd be very distressing. I think. The one thing so like. Let's imagine for a moment that there were an Anon-. Awful away for him to achieve this I think that of all the really amazing players he would be one where I could see him, perhaps realistically, assuming another identity for he is incredible, and as soon as you put stats on him, you be like Oh so are you? My trout raise your name actually. My child but I think that he could get away. With it for a small stretch of games without a statistical sample that we would look at it and see as as especially meaningful, because this is the thing about him, right? He's so good at so many things, but he's not. He doesn't hit as he's not flashy in his in his on field affect in a way that is particularly distinctive. It is not he does not play in a way that is like imbued with a lot of personality, so I think he could get away. With for for a little bit before we were all like so sir, you are suspiciously like one Mike Trout sled I don't think that he would ever do anything to sustain that rouge for very long and I think it would be very difficult for us to not ask a bunch of questions and be like to. You. Look like my traffic though. I know. Does he change his whole body Italy tins right moves to see changes batting stances I. Don't know how you could fake those things and still perform the same way because I think he could do it just based on pure talent, but if he had to change his whole mechanics and appearance and everything, then that would come with like some sort of prosthetics or just like different mechanics that would probably mess with his performance as a player, so I don't know that he could do it, but it would be quite a thing to just unveil yourself. Yourself and say I was Mike Trout all along. I had to help him careers because people say that that's like the Bill James Line about Ricky Henderson that have put them in half. He'd be two hall of Famers if you actually did that. Like imagine at the hall of fame. Induction ceremony you remove your mask and you're like no I might. I was Mike Trout all along both of those groups or MC trout. That's how great I am. I made the hall of fame twice. That would be such a flex that I would really respect it. We would go through this whole period of mourning of losing hat to. Where did he go the unsolved mystery of cats whereabouts yes. so I would be. Actually, if after after mourning the loss of Mike Trout, he then revealed himself a decade later, and was like actually was hero and was totally fine. I would. I would hate him. Would lead to spoil his wholesome image. Yeah, okay. Do you think he'd get up there? And like immediately like I hate the weather? It's thoroughly interesting to me and people will be like. Why are you saying that? Yeah, that might give him away. I think if he were trying to be the anti-trump. Lots of like really outrageous quote. Maybe he witnesses a mob crime, and he is put into witness protection along his entire family. I'm just trying to get around the idea that look Mike Trout would fake his death, because he seems like a nice man and one who loves his family on. I can't imagine him putting them through that, so let's say he witnesses a mob Graham. Not One more anyone dies because we're trying to like not have casualties in the scenario, and he's put into witness protection and they tell. Tell Him. He can't be a baseball player and he's like. Hi, how good disguise, and then he launches a new career now. Here's another problem with that, which is that while Mike Trout is amazing and one of the things about him. That is incredible is that he's done all he's done at a young age. Is he emerging into the League as unknown, Twenty Old, almost twenty nine year old? I assume so right unless he is adopting for stealing someone else's identity, so that would be a very sensational story. At yeah, and then he and then you have an age scandal on top of everything else and teams will be like I know about this guy. Where did he come from? How did he show up anywhere? So even if you worked your way through all of that I still think that he would be taking a very significant risk every night because those mobsters are after him, yeah, I did it is such a mystery of where this came from the you probably have people might like. Try to get fingerprints or DNA. Simpler some think. There'd be so much interested in who this mysterious man was that people would try to piece together the backstory, so don't know if he could pull this off, but on talent and ability I think he probably could yeah I think that on talent and ability he absolutely could, and if you're sitting there, wondering meg, why did you get caught up in the details of this hypothetical I? Don't think he listened to the podcast before. All right, maybe we can do one more. This is from a listener named Ben at different Ben who says for some reason. A parable I once heard popped into my head the other day. To businessmen who hated each other and one day a genie offered one of them arrival of his choice. There was a catch though anything that he got for himself. His hated rival would get twice as much filled with petty anger. The businessmen wished for half of his business to be destroyed. The point of the story is about the destructive nature of hatred, but I'm curious how this would apply in a baseball context. If the average baseball fan were allowed to wish anything they wanted for their team, but their most hated team would get twice the wish. How would most fans react with the majority wish for world series, and except watching their bitter rivals. Rivals Win Two rings. What percentage offense would make negative wish knowing that the team they hate will suffer even more. The most fans even have a hated team. If one fan of each team were granted this wish at random, I'm assuming the wishes are granted sequentially in the order of wishing what would the next thirty years of baseball look like would there be more parody or less? Would baseball be a happier or less happy place? I have to wake up for work in five hours and I haven't been able to stop thinking about this hope you can shed some light. This was sent in January, so Ben I. Hope You got some sleep. For Sleep Buddy. I think that most like die. Hard fans die hard is loaded. Most fans who consider themselves to be big fans have a team. They dislike although I think that often. They mostly have another fan base. They dislike truths wrinkle to the the fan disliking thing I. think that we would be surprised by how many people were actually comfortable with wishing world series for their favorite franchise, even though the other franchise gets gets too because I think that fan would sit there like if the baseball genie appeared was like. Like your wish has been granted and you Red Sox Fan you get a world series in the Yankees get to I, think there would be many fans for whom that would just be a non starter, but I think we would be surprised by how many of them would delight in not only having a world series themselves. Ben, saying the only reason that the Yankees got to was because of MEA red sox fan, so I think that some people would delight in that I don't know what it would mean for. For parody granted in order. Just seems like it would lead to chaos I think we'd seal how a weird nonsense! And does it happen within the same like what is the timeframe over would raise. Steph occurs I. Suppose It depends on the wish. That's what I was wondering like. If you wish for a world series and you get it, does that mean you get it this year? And then does that mean that your rival wins the next two years and you know you're not GonNa win those years and you know no one else is going to win. Because SORTA spoils the suspense. If that's the wish, if the Rish is just a championship, then once you. You win that one. It really kind of ruins. The next couple of years right 'cause. There's just no point in watching already know what's going to happen rate that would be and is everyone aware of this wish construct. That's another good question because I think that our understanding of how weird or not weird, the events on the field would be would depend a lot on whether or not. We knew about the wishes, because if things like championships are just unfolding in their normal time for so we're not gonna get to very many people's wishes. And so we might just look at it and say oh well, you know that team had run a good luck. Good for them a dynasty. If you will right like I, don't know that we would necessarily notice. They think that the the the scale of the game is where it would lead to a lot of nonsense, because if you wish for Homerun. And then they hit to where you wished for your team to like hit a triple, the to triple jubilee well triples in this game. Yeah. Yeah, I mean I don't know that I would wish for anything or championship at least because if I knew that my team was winning only because of this supernatural force or that I had guaranteed it by wishing for it then. Is it fun than it's just kind of cheating rated? It's like I. Don't know sign stealing except wishes or faded. It's like you're not really winning it which it? You're not really earning it. You just got some super power to. To grant you a championship? So would you even feel accomplishment I? Don't know that I would but putting that aside, or let's say that you forget that you made the wish writer or that. You know you don't know that it was because of the wish, but it was so you can still enjoy it as if it were a regular world series. I think I'd probably wish for it because some just thinking back to when I was a kid I. I was a fan and a rooted for the Yankees and I wished for failure for the Red Sox, but I didn't wish for failure for the Red Sox, even half as much as much as I wished for Yankees, success rate because, I've rooted much more intensely for my team than I rooted against the other team, assuming that they weren't playing each other like it brought me much more happiness, if my team one than it brought me happiness, if the other. Other team lost I could take some solace in that maybe, but not nearly as much as it's not like I would be celebrating just because my rifle lost if my team didn't win, so I think given that I might wish for my team to win because I probably would enjoy my teams championship more than I would hate my rivals to championships, except for the fact that my team could not win during those years, so that would be bad, too. Yeah, but then one has to grapple with the delusion that you think your team's GonNa win all the time and we know they're not GonNa do that, so you'd be fine. You'd be like this is normal. We don't win every year. We are not the Yankees I mean nine on your specific scenario. You'd be describing a Yankees fan but. I think that I think that people would find that quite satisfying I hope I hope that the answer is that they would just wish for a lot of good stuff and be like well now there's more good stuff in the world. Instead of these like I am going to lake. Cutoff minos to spite your face, which is basically what this is, that's terrible. Those people should not get to make wishes. We should say you get to. You can't be trusted near not near not a good person. Yeah, person, privilege only right, and like in the parable that Ben mentioned here like the businessmen wishes for half of his business to be destroyed, because he wants to put his rifle out of business and in the real world. Maybe that would benefit you in the long-term because. Because Yeah you take your losses now, but if you get rid of your rival, maybe you have a monopoly and you just make pink for years to come, and maybe you don't like your rifle. Anyway had so. You get some personal satisfaction out of that, too, but in baseball like you wouldn't wish for your rival to be disbanded or business or something because. Yeah you want the rifle like baseball would be worse if he didn't have rival, so you want. You're able to lose, but you don't want. Your rival tube ceased to exist and I. Don't think he would wish for your own team to fail because your rifle would fail twice as much so i. don't think that really applies so much. It's not like you're going. Going get rid of your rival or that you would even want to in baseball so I think you have to wish for happy outcomes hopefully, and and be okay with other people getting some pleasure to yeah, I mean so the closest that I can come to. This is to describing the sensation is like maybe one of the most satisfying sports winds I've ever. Ever watched as a fan was when the seahawks beat the forty niners in the twenty thirteen industry championship, and it was satisfying not only because that meant that the Siaka Roy the Super Bowl, and it was really tencent incredible game, but there was something very sad satisfying about beating them beating the niners on the field as seahawk fan like not only, did we. We get to do this thing. It came at their expense, but you wouldn't want to deny yourself that moment like the victory in that moment is all the sweeter. So I think you want. You want success so that it it means something I mean I. Don't know I've I have not had a similar baseball experience, and so I'm not quite sure what the? Feeling of fans of a very successful franchises would be, but there's something you know it's like it. Do you get amped up your again? Chemical? Get Him. Yeah, yeah, I WANNA go. By the way I just saw a tweet. That is relevant to something. We were bantering about on our most recent episode. This is a quote from dusty. Baker on the fake crowd noise during Astros Intra squad games. It doesn't quite sound like crowd noise yet. I thought somebody left the water faucet on to tell you the truth. Everybody's like Hey, man, you hear that water running, which is sort of what you were saying about. The mariners fake crowd noise, and maybe this explains it I have another tweet here as from Caleb, no or no way who is a a TV guy and he tweeted. This is specific to the reds, but apparently applies to every team. Team in the league will use artificial crowd noise the season it's mandated and supplied by MLB. The crowd noise will come directly from the video game. MLB The show, so I don't know whether what you were hearing in that intra. Squad game, the mariners playing was this because it did sound like a non baseball, crowd and MLB, the show I think sounds like a baseball crowd, and is i. don't know exactly how they take their crowd noise, but might be real crowd noise so evidently. That's what they're going to be doing. During regular season games, but I don't know if that answers the question that you had at what that particular crowd noise was. While now I now I have some questions about how good a game and they'll be. The show is. Be People who are grumpy with me about that I, I don't know I've I mean I've listened to some of our live streams of of Dan and Ben and Paul Calling Games in MLB, the show and have been really impressed with the reality of it. It's freaky actually. I think we've talked about that, but they have had the cranberries just sort of turned down not off the turned down while they're doing that. Because obviously you WanNa hear them talking so now that I think of it, I, don't know. If I find the crowd sound, too in that to be either the same or especially realistic I'm going to have to do. Some can hatch jewel digging I. Guess I think it's pretty good when Ramon Russell was on the show to talk about the way just addition of the game. I asked him about that, and he said that they put a lot of carrying effort into it, and it's kind of like customized by. By Stadium and situation, so if you have a specific situation, it's based on what that would actually sound like in a real game so I, I know they've attempted to make it as realistic as possible so I. Don't know whether they will be using customized by Ballpark with with this. That will be interesting. We'll maybe have to talk to like a PA person on the show about how they're handling. Empty Stadium said. Yeah, I think we're going to have to get a sound person onto to talk about it because. The sound I guess one way that we could test the saddest for me to go back and listen to the reds intra squad than the mariners wanted to see if it's the same, or if they're you know they're using a sort of temporary sounds until they get the appropriate file from from the League, but it didn't sound. It just didn't sound like baseball crowd. It sounded like a concert crowd almost yet I. Don't know. All right so thanks to everyone who submitted these questions from one to two years ago. Don't give up hope. You never know when we will finally get to your question. I've saved some others here. In case we WANNA do another pre pandemic mailbox sometime, but this was fun, so thanks for indulging US and. Thanks to everyone who sent these questions long ago. Yes, thank you for questions I will do my best the next time we do one of these two lists fixated on the possibility of head heroism arm. We're almost I. Mean we're not almost almost? Power rankings a slow lime telling myself but. 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New MotoGP Race Calendar Revealed!

The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

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New MotoGP Race Calendar Revealed!

"The? Hello and welcome to the tank Cyprus podcast ultra sport in the Motorsport Net podcasts for all things to wield, I am your host. Lewis Duncan Sports International joining me as ever as Motorsport Dot dotcoms global motives EP editor Oreo pushed him on all the way from Australia Yuri, having getting over there, hello, and good and good here did waiting to going back to Europe and yet waiting for the season starts finally. This last weekend. We had some good news about the calendar and yeah, we are very excited about this. Yeah, and indeed I'm glad you mentioned that this week was shaped note to be quite quite sad. One debate grace in world. Because of this week was supposed to be TT race week. You know we're recording unafraid. It was supposed to be the big one the senior. But we've had a distraction because we've had to brand new GP calendar thirteen races. As a rain array of tracks for a five I will I've got the list in front of me. We've got two races at Herath. Race Bruno Racist Two races in Austria to races in San Marino race in Boston Lana a race at France, two races, an Aragona and two races and Valencia, so that is quite Clinton as Kaunda. Sensible calendars well yeah I think that we are three more than more than happy Would this calendar because? To me, and he just might my feeling. It is a bead more released. It isn't realistic Garner. You know what I mean. Let's see what happened future, but we have another serious I, don't WanNa. Even point any anyone that day are like yet. Projecting really lets Got In there. And we all know. What happened just a few months ago with them? Be Shoes Let's say aims, or you know what I mean. I think that yeah deputy. Realistic grounded got into continuing the dish consensus and do good things is that? They door not and FAM Leave the door open. For going flyway. If the conditions get better. So. This is why I really like about this counter, because if not even pencil leading the flyway races, they've put them. They, said look. We can have them after the final race in Valencia and November. But you know before that nothing. We're not going to try and aim for them. I think they're gonNA. Make a decision before. Before the end of July or just after the first couple of races so roundabout there, which again sensible. So. Yeah, like you say it's all been done very very grown did. On? That, the worst think broadly with this calendar is that I spoke with Wolf. Kasey Lemberg two days ago for for another story. And I asked him about the calendar. It was the same day that granddaddy went. At where now Schultz, and then he told me listen. I'm very happy that discounting that, but you know for the riders will be difficult because difficult or annoying. Because I mean. After Sunday's race. The first thing. That riders want to do is to leave the track and don't come back until. The year after. And then in Four five based I am. They will have to jump on the bike again on the same truck show dam. would be a beat yet, not annoying, but giving the circumstances that we currently hop I. Think it's it's okay. They are either they are. I mean they have to adapt to this Let's say exception out of your conditions that we have this year. The counters the circuit, so we have doubleheaders. They're all good circuits. No Herath Mazzano VALENCIABMW, arrogance take a lever. I'd I'd like to start with JEN release. Not The more centrist and races, but other than that it's. A good mix sockets in it shouldn't. I don't think we'll see a situation where one writer will dominate one racer Sarka an NNL dominate the next weekend I I. Don't think no sort really a low for if we look at what happened Mazzano last year. If we look at Herath last year as well, you know I think. I, an Australia's where we got I. Mean we get two races in Australia had last year. Pathak I can't wait for that, so yeah. Yeah, I would be good to see how the team scanning brought the bike from from one week to the other from the first week to the second one would it be good, but at the same time would be good to to understand which riders are able to improve the most They're writing style. Whole. Day will learn from their mistakes and Yeah Im- can wait to see this new in a way I think it's interesting to see because we can see more. Things are different things than than normal calendar, which which is good. Yeah, for sure and. One of the interesting things is the we go to the second racer track. Of course we go there and a lot more rubber done, so the track will be different Latinos Abi. Better F- alert when we have tests on Monday after race. Look at laptops. You get there because there's so much rubber down. There are always very very close. So that points to the follow. Micro points the race being even closer with and. If we based base things on tested. We don't have any development. I think it will depend. It will depend anything everything on on the track, because for example infrared for the second race, most of the rubber will be melted for. Nice very good point. To that the weather conditions because in rise believe me. Man it will be really really really. Let's say yet fry it conditions. They're fraying Rangel nations, so yeah, actually. I remember. I spoke with Fabio Kotaro a few days ago. We, run that fueled the stories and Don't me the. Broadly, the thing that was Wawrinka Kim the most was the tires because he said listen. We know that Mitchell in will bring. To death, the dire that they believe that are the best. But what if they don't? What did they are? The best show would going to have to adapt. The same. But. I mean. can be a tricky took a weekend. The dyers don perform US Mitcheldean expect. Yet this is interested in thing narrow ecause mentioned interrupt against it because. They can't do any test rate. No, you know the the. Going to be able to was such a condense counter they're going to rely on. Basically all the tests are going to have will be one day. Before the Grand Prix on the the Wednesday before the frustration Herath and then. They're going to have to play by ear lobe base on last year, but yeah, it'll be interesting scenario. He'd would be more for the writers yet. Done for the for the diamond factor because I. Don t mutually would have any Marginal maneuver. From. Wednesday to Friday. Yeah, it'll be very yeah. They don't think they'll bring a I. I suspect he'll bring a wide range of tires and then. They'll be the interesting thing or not as well as we're going to go to some circuits at times where Mitchell and have no data, of Light Karategi, mentioned there, but Lemond mcgonigal's Lemoyne and October. They don't have any data of what I mean Lamont can be quite cold. Winters can make quite quite. And can be quite dot happening because it would all depend on. On the conditions and continuing Don Lemon grace would only take place. eve defense are allowed on detract. So Let's see. How it goes, because don't forget. That will be quite later on the calendar. And hopefully not, but let's he. He Hall this bread. Goes at that point. Yeah, indeed, there's still of questions and S.'s thing is optimism we have. We're all excited, but we're. Still a few weeks ago, it still. Keeping it calm. Hope you know, touch wood, nothing happen, but you just have to take it day by day both. We've seen over the past few weeks, you know. Particularly America a NASCAR. indycar Morton America vol comeback. The haven't been any problems so far. so it can be done i. think is the is what we've seen. So. It's just a case of yeah just. We just need everyone to stay sensible stay. Stay two meters apart from each other. Don't do anything Sallie Mae can go right, yeah. That's another. Thing that. People from the patio or the people. That supposed to be allowed. Into the father, are a bit worry about because I mean the protocol who are. buddies tweaked a disappoint and people from the would. Yeah we'll be monitoring. Very strictly a day would. Have to follow very. Regime doors three growth for jump. They will have to an end up or get about that the cost of this league for example. Must I mean all of the people will have to do I? Mean won't be able to share rooms. As true, yes, which means point increase the the the prices of course? The problem for Moton three teams in Kentucky I mean if they have to pull the rotor tailgate, but. Going to people that because we are not used to. To do face off to deal with this yet conditions so for them would be a problem. And then. Other than economic. Wise I mean. People will. Be Allowed to go from the track. To their rooms they were have to. eat I mean the Dina in their rooms. Avoiding the gun spaces. Would you I think it's going to be? It's going to be toughened. The thing is that. Are they gonNA be able Dorna. Would be able. He's I mean hold. They're gonNA control most of the people I mean because they worry. They were very yet. Correct on saying listen. We are not going to allow. Anybody breaking the rules, but okay but Howard. I know that each team will have a security guy. From that these kind of protocol or endorse. But. If you how quality one? People for the whole team. You know and the is not the most quiet place. There are still things that Dorner haven't quite. Made Public Yale and how they're do I guess because they're still working and other working quite closely with Motrin America, so I guess a few weeks time. We'll have more of an idea, but there are still. Issues that need resolved. But. To to the credit. I think I. I'm reminded of something that Albert Pujols told you. Earlier in the year on her Dorner is handled the situation and I. Think you do have credit? Where credit's Judy? They've been transparent from. From Day, one of this whole thing you know they've for the first few weeks were continuing to release calendars, which was good and bad, but at least the was showing that they were in discussion with circuits they were keeping everyone informed, and then when things got worse, they start to put more plans into place and now we have. Over here were looking at championship a a good championship of that so. You know credit credit are still thinking about ironed out, but the job door nerd and mortar GP and everyone is done to get to this point as been nothing short of sensational, and we have to take hot self to that really yeah I think so. I think that they are. They have been really honest and really transparent, so I would say that yet, yeah. My biggest concern is. We're going to have a lot European races and you're over there and Australia. It's going to be quite late night, so yeah I am. What. I would be more than happy to stay awake. For sure I'm I'm really used Gordon. That I'm I'm really I'm getting used to the night shift after say the last week after the Polish Bar News and you sent me a message saying counter the podcast speaking to to out Berto Persian. I thought it's half past eleven in Europe and you've managed to get the boss of hone the telephone. SMART. You're not one well. Yeah, but I think. Was Yeah. It was good. To give speaking with him on that point of the night in Europe, but it was because he was a bit upset. That We. Broke the story that why he was interested on trying to to know how we figure out an how we found out the story. I've got wonderful image Mahan developers just sat in his bad just looking eastward and go to sleep season used breaking and just. Jump off. What it was. Like this because I spoke with him before breaking talk. So I gave him. And then said listen, we're GONNA. Break Up. Sorry, we're going to run this and then what he was doing some staff Then that's that's that what habit way we run the study because I think that it's honest from. To have this information if you wanNA, add something. Let us know. And Ben Yeah, he started to to sending me. Tags I spoke with him. But yet this is this is what happened. Yeah excellent. Yeah, but just just going back toward two point races doesn't like we mean. You'll be loaded to any races or any media, which is upset some buff Honestly for me if the policies all media or no media than. As this famous favors. A this point. I spoke I remember his spoke quickly. I come back from one of them. Sentences one of the goals from better. When I spoke to him. It was before the ball. News but I spoke with him, and he told me listen I. Think now it's time to save the business. don't think individually and just seeing containing the business and that's. The right approach show if we have to stay away from the for one two three five races. It's good. We all believe and. just the way that we're going to be back by SEAN. I don't know if would be in the fifth race, Sake, seven, eight or nine or next year, but. To be honest, we all WANNA. Come back to the follow soon as possible. But considering the circumstances. I think we're not a list. I'm not going to. Push. Through much heart. To say, listen a if I can get okay. Okay if you have decided this, I believe on your common sense. So let us know when we can. I mean if next year or you know if next year we are not allowed then I will start to think what will, but you have to think and you had to see. You have to yet to the latterly. Okay. You have to open your mind and say okay. What form would i? Doing and I didn't seem as far as I know either know if the journalists will be allowed into the paddock, I think Australia I think the numbers are going to let ten. Buff and the problem. The problem you have with that is you. How'd you decide what ten? Who's WHO's deemed worthy enough to be because it doesn't matter if you've been to five hundred races of five races, the passionate spent two five races could be I. I'm not starting and and I'm not naming anyone, but the person has been five or six races could be a better journalist passionate spent. Seven hundred races. Experiences You know you just can't yeah criteria the hospital. It's yeah, it's very let say. Bertrand, on the an Independent on which perspective you approach the situation, that's why I will I wanNA wish any pressure and neither one to interfere in either one to dry to Yeah, like let's say. To try to. Underline or to try to make any demands. Yeah, exactly, and you know my judgment, my judgment at this point. News delays importantly, so you are the ones running the championship you are. The ones creating this protocols. You are the ones in charge with the security. Show you let us know. When we are going to be safe, so I would I would be more worried if they. Decide which journalists. because. That's a war. You know what I mean would be out. Yeah, selecting media becomes you know. You'll need to look at the news and look at looker. Look any White House. Press briefing, look. Select the media's air look have vilified. The media is the eyes of president trump for example haste. CNN It'd be all that and loves Fox News because he says nice things and. When you get to that stage it just all of course. For sure. Yeah so and and the point the buyer raised there but the. About the business. If the business, the racing businesses saved the racing business model survives. We survive as as an entity as the media survives we. We need the racing to survive. Even if we're not there having racist, having things to talk about having things to analyze, there will be caught in raiders to talk to. We survives well, which is important for next year. We can get back into a product I. Don't think I don't think to be honest and. A naive thinker, let's say I wouldn't describe myself as a naive person when I try to analyze the the the. The journalists and the work should waiting but I don't see Dorna having any interest on. Leave outside. It doesn't. It doesn't I. Don't think it would really I, mean you? They need to promote the championship. Really Yeah I mean well. With a bit more. Details let's say terms comic. Wise because we all know that the priorities that DB you because we understand that that the base most of the check. But. Well. We think we play a really really really really important role. In the in the championship by as you said, promoting the championship because they DB, it's really. Good and very useful for them. When the racist. But when the Richard off decision is all. We are all the time all the time all, and even when the championship is on, we had promoted the the news all the time with breaking news with you know so. We are giving them counting all the time. We are exposing that all the time. That's why I don I. Don't really see any. Any is on them to to lead us out. Yeah, for sure sealed so clichy of the television shows the story, but we tell. You know you only see. With television and is that you have to think from the from the team's point of view as well from the manufacturers from the sponsors they need does because they need to put. Pictures of their raiders and their brands on newspapers and websites, and that's how they sell products this. Is All a big chain of a suspect circle of. As just I don't know it's a big circle as basically get as big circle of everyone helps everyone in. It's all it's all integral. But yet I, just I if I don't get a pilot this year as as much as I would be disappointed as long as we get some racing because. I Miss Raisin as I'm sure everybody else does yeah. I mean as I tell you. I don't get to the to the public this year, but nobody does good, I mean the berm is when they start to select people. Because then we know that we are work individually and then I. It would be yes, Sean tension. Yeah, for sure I mean if ever get to that point, they devastate me because I have terrible track record when it comes to weather races tender always rains. I mean my very first race in paddock. Restaurant great with severson two, thousand, eighteen, I will send got cancelled. The second race I was there for them in Valencia, which was really heavily. My very first TT. Last year was Raden pretty much. Yeah, I don't think you'd let me in the product anyway. We're going to go for a quick break on the other side. We're going to talk about some news because the latest grew has a new contract. Welcome back to this week's tanks, pipers podcast. We are racing towards the finish, but I just wanted to talk show. On the latest bog grow and APPRECIA-. Iradar have a lot to import release Spago I've always liked. I've liked who or pioneers He's always great to get sewn. Bay off over. I'm glad he's GonNa. Be sticking around the paddock for at least two more years as he is saying the new contract jury. Yeah I. think that good news for both sides because I allege. Mentality in He's he's hard worker, so I think. The right writer for these stage of debris project. Show he's fast. But. He is always working at his maximum. So. That's what the needs at the moment because we all. We the know, but we. Gas or we yet can feel the opera. Leah has made any. Movement with the bike. But we need the Rican firm that. So, I think it's good to have relation. At his maximum stage. And then to to even to push a bit more the bike. Yeah I think. Having a I've always. Saw The has been good for me and not he's honest debate. He doesn't hold back with some teams that would cause problems and fight with the really that did cause problems. Scott Redden was quite critical. The Bacon got in trouble quite a lot with that, but I remember speaking to Maximal Rivaldo. WHO's a policy you supplying this year I asked him about Elation Ho. You can be quite passionate, and he said does great because we want a raider to. We want a radio late that because it makes everyone worked better and. That's obviously worked. Because as you meant, said the baker's taken a big step forward this year testing although reliability was about Efi. Lap Teens goods, race runs were good. All seems to be coming together. An alleged is a big big part of that. Yeah, I think that the the reliability problems was. due to the timing. They were really they went pretty close to the timing they. Like a week or two before the untested. That's why that's why they were really close. And that's why the on factors allow them to keep working with engine. until the end of this month so Yeah I mean all the inputs mean? Go to the direction and it at the bike has a grown quite. Yeah. In in in a positive. Way In compared with the last one that which was. In on a leash. Is. Terrible. and then. I can wait to see. These bike finishing grace's because that's the most important part. These rag needs finished racist because it doesn't make any sense to have really competitive bike for Denver than OPS. As definitely one of the bakes I was most excited to see at supplying this year, because it was so new, but because it represented a really big step for me, because and I don't mean this, not well I suppose. The resort can only be a hard thing to say a has always been a of. A bit of a letdown J. Cincy came back. I heard. You're going to say that. You're excited because it was the first under honest by. Well. Last said on, not the bachelor. I really late to catch. It was the front aerodynamics. I just I liked that was the most interesting buff. Yeah, apparently has always been a joke. Really. They haven't made any real progress since two thousand fifteen. The progressives should have made. Related to a commitment I mean. Which I never understood. Ho. Up really was Yeah, committed than what should be on that level if you commit to modify to to. Give it all. The time when they came back, they were still in superbikes. Just open a law into superbikes. I remember actually. Two Thousand and sixteen, so British Grand Prix. Rain that weekend by the way I I remember our rowboat Easter. He said because he was on his way over really at that point, and he was asked in one of these debriefs. Canopy focus on the to. superbikes and more GP, and he said look it'd be as you have to focus on one or the other if you're going to be successful in either. And if you look at the manufactured if you look at superbikes as an example if you look at to Cathy, if you look at Yamaha, you look at. Halden to? Take Honda equation because. You've only really come back properly this year. Yes decanting Yamaha race when base near good packages, but they're not the levels Kawasaki because Kawasaki, commit to superbikes. Thing, I will take that. First they need to commit in the first individual in what on one of those? And then. Once, you have committed. Percent One of those that let's see you commit to the second one. But to me they haven't been. Not until last year really would. Revolt came in from Ferrari very good. To restructure things that that what we've seen with these years, right? So It was it was not I. Mean Even the well I'm not going to go back to the writers. Tools. But. Yeah I mean. I would go back. And I think yeah just to finish up on a lease. We know He. He's spoken a lot about. If this bait and make a step forward he would see would look elsewhere. He would be wouldn't bother waste any same with appropriate anymore. so I think it says quite a lot about what he where he thinks. The project has rhino that you will commit for two more years without having actually erased the bike. He's only had two attacks on the vacant. Qatar tests was a little bit difficult for me. Phone some things with the bake. It didn't work as well and colder conditions and. But it shows just where that project has right now. If he's willing to commit as a safe with her, having raced to Bacon so, that can only be a positive say, regardless of how to rally ability as Well I. think that this all these inputs would the brushing in a deeper level. In compared with last year. I mean we can see that. in Bush on are not at the same point. Done last year at this stage, which is positive because they give all the new perspective. Say Listen WHOA. We are able to. We're capable of doing this kind of step. So! I think that's the best for the team. And that the best for the damage was word because I remember I. Remember coming back from I think it was from from Malaysia. and. speaking with One of de Dino Rossi mechanics, the trillion, one going by Kia and he told me what one of the completions of the Dash West He told me. Burnley really is back in the game. So. Is really a neil's. Yeah for I remember when we were stood waiting for Vina's debrief on the last day he was, he was, he was speaking to a couple of journalists, and he was released stated about the step forward affiliate made. The raiders of to as you, the teams and races have taken notice in its. They're listening. Good for the championship is that I want to confirm it on track Yes for sure. Start Okay because we have. Bean. Years was yeah. Let's see really looks but then. Portrays. Secondary's third race and rule. Goals goes back to that the reality, the sad reality so I just want to confirm that yeah, and I think as would-be until the second Herath traceable from that because we are going to have a test on the way is in, we always see Encarta when we have test is always a very close. We can so I think if they have good foucault. Will be positive, but it'll be more positive if they have A. Good race to follow what we arrest, so yeah, I'm definitely interested to see that a really know just need to say Danley Donald Petitjean. They've got perfect team. As far as I'm concerned for is right now. I think he has options. He has been offered by his manager. Vertebra gone into pre, and let's see lead to the site because I didn't see. Anything yet Danilo and alleged can be really really interesting. Couple there. Too to good raiders. Dan Danilo a race winner. You can't take that away. From good development, raiders appear them and unlikely to have fallen out lake elation. He's other teammates. You know that's always a positive. We'll. We'll wait and see your net from. Is Definitely. I think the team are looking forward to seeing how they get on this year. As certainly been the teamed up written, the most features about that sheer, so I'm hoping that the do interesting things, so I can write more features about and. I think on that positive note. We'll wrap up there my thanks to refer his company as ever. My. Thanks to listeners. IRA, thanks and listeners for join us hope you enjoyed that. We hope you go and listen to other podcasts, so Nah spotify Google podcast apple podcasts, says old podcast places. You can listen to tank Kloppers. Listen to all the other. Office. 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Eric Andre, Jay Cutler, Fyre Fest Of The Week, And Magnetic The Documentary

"On today's part of my take, we have comedian Eric. Andrei always funny Eric, Andrei. He's got a new netflix out. Called legalize everything. We also have our good friend. Jay Cutler on the show to talk about the chicken massacre that has captivated the nation in his backyard. We get to the bottom of that. We have fire fest of the week. What's going to happen with sports? We don't know a shoe host of stadium the first ever and just some Friday vibes. It's just have some good times. Let's let's kick back. Let's let's enjoy ourselves. Enjoy good company, and let's do it with our friends from cash APP partake always brought to you by cash up the easiest place. Send money to your friends. It's the safest. It is the number one social distancing APP out there. You do not have to see someone. Be Face to face with someone to send them money on the cash up. You can link it directly to your bank account. Shout, Pete Pete, the fire engines are back. The cash APP is also back. 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Everyone's brooks kept because catty got got a co vid. Golfers are getting covid basketball players. Baseball players. The weedkillers, chickens, heads or phone off. Yeah, this is everything's going wrong. Things are still here. We're still here. We're still enjoying our company together. This is just a word salad our life. Just being here just dominating June things just being legends full. Send at my desk. We're just being legends right now. Here's a you know I'll. I'll start here. I have an idea. Has Anyone this. Is it not even a drunk or hi? It was just an idea. one of those Toro's regular ideas. Ideas actually more of a drunk idea than a drunk ideas. People love lists. Right fact. People loved debating list. We got manager list on Wednesday now. This is probably stupid because I'm probably going to give it away, but I think Jake Marsha. Good enough that maybe he and billy. Not really helping can do this or maybe an eight. It'll be okay, do it. Has Anyone done a list of ranking all of the office intros. Do you. mean the cold open. Yes, number one is I think the fire that twice starts. Fire. now I don't even know now on the spot of my own bats. Chilly Kevin Chilly number one Kevin dropped. The fire one. Awesome after a super bowl, too, if I remember correctly. Michael Michael Meredith with his car. Stanley push ups. I saw the other night, which is very funny. When Michael Says Anyone can do twenty five pushups. You can leave work right now, and it takes Stanley like an hour, but he slowly does it and everyone's like clapping form but we should do that right. I have no problem doing that I think that's something that hasn't been done that like. They're all so funny and we put them all together. I JUST WANNA. Watch the office who went in the years ago. Cheek doesn't watch whoever NETFLIX's is in charge of making the volume on on the office intro Song so much higher than the rest of the show. Impossible to fall asleep. Yes, yes, very I actually had a list is started. Create my head the other day is actually sports related now. The baseball looks like it's finally coming back. We need to get out ahead of it and say which teams will have the Asterix next to it. If they win this world series right so like nats, no astras, we'll just say nats, cubs Red Sox, those are legit. Ships mets. Huge huge Asterix for for Asterix for what if they win the world series Oh just in general i. see Rod Buys Them. From waffling on the No. Asterix yet. I would torn asterix on like I would say any any random team like the race to win it fucked. That's an Astra. This would be the most marlins world series ever to win. Also what about the Indians? The Indians have the longest world series drought now? Do you even want to win the world series in a six game series and Then also what you said when they were in a few years ago, like if the Indians are in this year, that's going to be bad news for them right yes. Yes, the absolutely absolutely true but I like thinking about it. It would feel others thing about this for the browns to like if there's no fans in the stadium for the entire NFL season, and the Browns win the Super Bowl of course as a browns fan. You'RE GONNA take it no matter what, but still you know, people will be like well. That's play in of any road games. In? Favor of the chargers big time because all their home games will be less of road games than they were before Even talked about the fact, that hard knocks charges rams. That's so stupid because they don't want to travel well and also want to stay in La on your shots at the fucking stadium they should. All learn shots stadium. Whenever rich is. All hard knocks noxious years to just be via Andrew Sicilian putting his iphone up to the window. In seven thirty, seven is videotaping. The construction goes over. It's just going to be a constant. I wish Phil Rivers was in this. Yep got didn't. Dare. You'll be great. Phil River how dare you do wars once. Blake Bortles and Philip Rivers. Leave town. Three signed bleak all right. So who else on the list? I say that if the dodgers win, and Clinton cursor Kershaw discovers himself in the playoffs doesn't Count Yup. He still plays Yup. Playoff rockies rockies. Yes, big! Put it over a long season. They probably their pitchers Woulda gone shell more whatever I don't know. I don't WanNa say that the cardinals should have an asterix, but I do want to say that. If you're truly the best fans in baseball, you will agree that they should have an asterix rice. He's right you to self police on that Saint Louis. The brewers. Yes. I'll give. butthole cardinals that as a personal asterix Yankees get one pinstripe. You get to award pinstripes to one player. If you win this, they get to the. Yankee fans can say twenty seven and a half rings. Okay can't say twenty, eight, twenty, twenty, six, twenty, seven and a Cochran. They can't do it. They can't do go all the way. I'm also nervous about the NBA by the way. Feels like everyone's getting corona virus there so the Orioles Smith is back though. His, yes, the Orioles I'm going to say that they count because I will count that as a title for DC titletown. Okay there you go, even though it's totally different city titletown right towns titled Title. What, about Metro areas? They're pretty close yet. If they grease up the light pulse, and as long as nobody climbs up a light pole in Philly I'll give it to you. Guys see Magic Johnson's backed by the way. Go Download Rob Lowe's new podcast for said we'd help out a friend. Zuni Chris Proud I think he'd taped Magic Johnson. That will be coming up soon. How great would it be if the Blue Jays won the world series? And then they lost the Stanley Cup. We should make them count this world series. At just rubbing salt in the moon of not not succeeding at your Your Primary Sport. Yes, so I, don't know what else we got I. Mean I the only other news I saw was. Ted. Ginn said that Mitch Trubisky is going to be the starter for the bears twenty twenty, which did a double like Ono and also. That was the other like Oh, I forgot to get on the. They signed Ted Ginn Jimmy Graham Ryan Pace looked at two thousand, thirteen's like. If we could get this out of these guys will be unbelievable. that's actually taking is one of those guys. When the draft came around, everybody was like what are the dolphins doing and it turns out. He's had a pretty long solid career. No, he's fine. Yeah, he just he. He added lines. Hey, kid! He loves running around so much. You should actually signed him a few years ago and put them in at running back. Yes, that he didn't stay in bounds and get tackled. Yeah Marian Barbara Game Tibo mania t ted ginn actually. Is Is a victim of his own success like the reason why he drops open. He so fast he gets open true and began a little slower dude because he's just been around for forever right, right? Anything else billy billy shaved. He looks like he's fucking twelve years old now. I looked like forty five before. You just decided. Shave it off and go back to the barber shop opened I wasn't going to have someone else. Come here like who wasn't a professional. Yeah, wait, you've been getting professionals cutting your herald aside. Barbers are professionals. Truce thought it was your professional. Everyone's professional at something. Pegged Ben's. masturbating could be a professional bodyguard of you guys. He's retired from masturbating big. Ben Has often in years. Gee, what are you guys? I was We are Pittsburgh radio. We switch off weeks PF tonight with our friends at DVD. They asked me this morning. How much do you think like? Do you think Big Ben stands what addiction means because it's very hard to believe that a quarterback could be addicted to porn and like still be a good quarterback. Do you think Big Ben is like I was addicted to porn. I jerked off three times a week. And then we all now have to say that we're addicted to porn. Yeah, I think it's kind of like. We said on Wednesday show which is. You're not really an addict. If you say that your former addict, real addicts understand that if you're an addict, you're inadequate for life. Right something that you manage and that you try not to relapse correct, but it's always going to be in there with Big Ben Yeah. He strikes me as a guy because he was, he was speaking at how to be a better man summit. It was like a giant youth group for grownups. That he was talking to so great. That is called man up. I think we'll actually that work. So Big Ben was saying like drawing back to his past experiences how he's improved as a person. That's like you knew a kid back in elementary school and Middle School. That was like Oh, I'm born again I. decide become a born again. Christian like dude. What are you talking about born again? I, like we play on the same little league team, you Chew Bubble Gum. You eat ice cream and you go home. That's it right and. They were like well. I was causing a lot, and so I had to ask Jesus for forgiveness and so I. Think big bandages trying to reach out to be like I've. I've overcome my demons of looking at porn hub twice a week, and he basically he died starts Monday not watching porn, stars, Monday and then when you start at new, you're like I. Don't do that stuff anymore. Ben is a youth pastor that sits that he turns his motorcycle backwards and sits down on. He's like Hey, guys, just let me wrap it you real quick about the evils of of smashing that like on live jasmine camps, man pig pen, I would love to see big. Ben Is definitely a fucking fat titi fat ass. Kinda guy he strike comes to the porn watch. Feel you know that big? No, he's gotten like the. It leaked what he was searching. It would be like juicy thirty six quadruple dis fat ass like the James Brown tweet. You think they'll look up right. Brown shoes fucking funniest tweet I. Don't think it'd be like James. Brown to because that involved a personal trainer and working out I think big bandages like strictly be w sexy, little Brunette, bitch, sucking, and fucking or personal trainers big. Yeah. They'll remind him too much of a James Harris. Disney the cut, yeah? I. Bet you kids in the car. I'll bet you big. Ben Doesn't think that you see sometimes in in born where the guy finishes. We're jerks off like two fingers and thumb, and that's it. That's oddly specific. FREAKS me out every time? I Weighed six. What are you doing? All Right? Let's get to Let's do some fire fast, and then we were GONNA get to Eric Andrei. Billy's got a smile on his face like he's got something. Big Bruin for Fire Fest I. Don't know what I'm worried about that all right before we to fire fest, Bose is back after coming on as sponsor of our NFL draft coverage there now partner the pardon my take podcast. They hoped us all up with these awesome bows. 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Might you catch I caught him dating drainage pipes, but like they sneak up on you and they're super contagious, and you might not be dating a drainage ditch with someone you know, and you catch them when you add scabies. history right now, billy's. Can say when I was office. You think you came in as artist. Honestly thyroid scabies on Monday a hon you. When did you get? When did you get tested? Or whatever was so so Jason into southern further away from you, too. If you got to like what looks like bites on your wrists or your ankles and they're close together. That's where the scabies dig in the enter way and exit the other way so tonners. They're toddlers. This was scabies, but really I got this from trying to build a chicken coop, but you need to make sure that if you escapees Oh to what the fuck is. The doctors are not GonNa give you the right medication. They're going to give you the cream. You GotTa make sure you get the tablets because I'm mad at you that you came in here thing you had I swear i. I pretty sure was by definitely, not because they spread and they just think it's like athlete's foot or something, so get your feet, but they totally spreads your whole body I've had them I. had them like two years ago? There might that literally like burrow into your body. Anyway. Some people have for like years and they. You can get rid of them, but they just lurk around you billy billy. I as you, but yet again. I was pretty sure I had him, but now I definitely don't so. You were pretty sure you had them when you came into office, and you also definitely have not gotten tested Millersville. You can't get tested for scabies anyway. I took the drug that you're GONNA WANNA ask for is your the worst also A. Have you taken the saw? Yeah, like you're talking about drug that you don't even have been taken. The drug is so. You haven't taken a drug tested. You just thought. You don't have them. You don't have taken program if you haven't taken less. Chapters is. Don't say that that's mean to scabies. You don't WanNa. Take from scabies. There's a pill that you can take i. think it starts with An. What have you taken well? I took some Ivermectin and you got it at the like. You can get it like a tractor supply store because you can give horses wants. If you can't get it from your doctor, they sell it in big tubes. toothpastes gone off the rails. Anyway. Just you gotTA. Make sure the dosages right for. It's like one milligram for any twenty pounds, so you just go to the. Store and get Ivermectin. If you think you have scabies, what happens if you don't treat them, do they? Just basically like they come back like depending on what you're wearing the summer? If you have your ankles exposed lot, they go away. Now Your slut shaming. People know you're saying that the there was some element of provocative. If you have scabies, just wear less clothes and they'll go away if you're having trouble anyway. Make. If! You have as awareness. Take all your clothes off. Yes, okay, good advice in send pictures. role yet again. NO BILLY AGAIN! That is your fault. My firefighters billy right Delio fest. So on I think it was Tuesday. When you were here. We did like a random host on twitter. which is where like you can? We talked about it with Knicks actually so you know what it is, but big cat was getting off stream, and we just is like big pick a random random stream whatever will host them, and it's a funny thing because. This guy was playing an inch like sixteen years also the at twenty thousand. He freaks out whatever apparently he's playing an NHL League with like a bunch of friends. One of the kids in that league so golf last week, and in Braintree, one of the kids in the League was in the Group of people behind me, and this is the back nine. I had a few beers little hot leaf like we're. We're taking it easy. And I got off I got out of the cart, took my driver and walked up to the green before even looking like at the distance I realize there's a par three so i. put the driver down. Hit My buddies club left the driver, so I had to turn around and go get the driver from them so. All. These people are watching. This kid streaming was like this kid was like. Do we were playing golf behind? Hey, could he hit a par three? Driver from a par three. Chirpin the. Though I do that, yeah, Hank! It sounds like you did hit a driver from. Still denying. Doing I I. I I was going home and I got like a tweet being like. Did you really hit a driver? From a par three and I I had to have like one of those who is watching me moment like I thought. How does that? How did that get out? How the fuck did that get out? And so big cat accidents hosted that same is the guy in the league by accident. McRae's Ignasi guys told big cat. No I just. I found him randomly and he also. The CHACHA's just ruined his brain. Yeah, he! Oh, he thought his mic was muted. The entire time my other job, figuring out my other foreshadow Mother Fire Fest Nov, foreshadowing or anything to do with the show or anything, but one of my comedic euros and big influences that I had school shooter in energy when you say that. You'd never said it wasn't you know. What is it's just a just a? You'll see and you also. Do you agree with it? And you also said he was on comedy central when he's an adult swim. I swear I swear. Yeah, those the same thing for a long yeah cartoon network now. That who? Probably started the train chain of events. where? When I was growing up the channels, it was comedy central than adult, Swim Comedy Central then Cartoon Network Sixty Sixty one thousand state by those a huge mistake know that they were two channels even then. Yet but I. Just there are the same they blended in in my mind. That's actually fair. When you have them close. You didn't know clumps together VH1 MTV where like Twenty, eight, twenty, nine I'm so I'm actually worried that I'm like I I will run the wraps just to keep in shape on running sports channels like affects tbs. Very they do that on purpose. Everyone should do that. Everyone makes you do that once a week once a week. I turn on the TV and I just fire through all the sports channels just to keep my mind sharp on them. Oh I had to find the golf channel the other week. who wasn't like the thousands and I was up in the thirties. Sharp I got that I. Have Spectrum instead of files now I have no idea what channel the red zone is. How am I going to figure that out? Don't worry. Pro Football shut up. That's that was not even funny I mean. Do People saying that to me? That's not what do you want me to spread it along scabies? My Fire Fest Damage Far Fest of the week is. That now anybody can buy a robot dog for seventy five thousand dollars, and so we're about to enter the age of just privately. Will can yeah. We can buy three after this one hanging by a robot dog. Instead of cat that'd be pretty sick so but I'm just I'm I'm afraid that these robot dogs are going to be. They're gonNA. Fall into the wrong hands. Yet the people which enough to fucking by seventy five. It immediately goes to the wrong. People faulk people who literally it's there. It's in their benefit to have the robots take over the world and be Boston robots. All of a sudden Michael Vick shows a strong interest in battle bots. I think I would buy a robot dog. Just to keep away other robot dogs. Is that how it works? No I. Don't think that's they're not program to either be afraid of each other or be. No when you walk, dogs pass another robot dog. Did they want to stop and play? No, when they had to switch to have all the robots come together. You're going to have a robot in your house and he will turn on you. You know it's going to be Jeff Bezos hitting the series or another serious, which the Alexa Switch We already have robot dog whistles inside all our homes right now, and that's going to activate. Fuck. Fuck Alexa. My Fire Fest Is. I just we're opening the office July six by the way we're going to have Monday and Wednesday next week shows in an take us on July sixth, so no show on Friday, July sturge third We're opening the office July six. I don't. Like being able to speak to people and have conversations, social anxieties through the roof we had we were in the office yesterday. Where there's like thirty people and it was just I don't think I'm used to just being around people. It's weird feeling and I'm GonNa Struggle with open the office backup. We've had this tight little group of people that are here pretty much just us. It's like our own little club, and now we lose it. It's going to be very strange but at least you know. Know that when you see somebody for the first time, it's not going to be handshake. It's going to be an elbow are fist-bump. I think it's going to be that I'm just going to be an awkward standing away from each other like Hey, I'm just looking forward to having somebody I can say oh. It sucks at the gym zone open, yet I haven't got to lift in forever. Yeah, that's the coolest thing you can be saying right now. Jaw Man, what the fuck gyms were phased four. Come on. They face for phase four plus. Phase. What's phase three phase three is? Doing shots with the boys at bars. Okay they allowed. Of males in to say. that. Hey at least we're reopening. There was word that we weren't going to reopen for like six months member. Yeah, there was there was. It felt like they were we were. We were screwed forever. So we're at least we're opening I. Let's get to our interview with Eric. Andrei before we do that. Not You got a quick ad I. Do yes, this interview is brought to you by our new sponsor. 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I think actually guest are fans have wanted on for a very long time, so we appreciate you joining us. You have a new much, you bench. Bench today, so probably a little less right now because I'm a little sore, but yeah, you are noticing. Are squat rack that we have? That was due by Reps. well, this is we basically put this in as a joke, but really were kind of like closet, meat heads, or like lists bench while we podcast. I don't I don't want excuses I. Just want results. Cam You bitch. Though three or fifty four fifty. It's pretty good. Damn What are you eating? Strawberries blueberries Nice night made host that Hollywood life. Fruits through. Your Hollywood and always eating root. Vitamins. Known Bar. You have your your your Netflix special comes out on Friday legalize everything now. It's out right now right now. Okay well. We're going to run out and how you talk about so watch this the minute you hear us talking to Erik. Andrew Ten wraps just getting that wrong I-. Legalize everything though as it is right now. Shit, says you actually if you start the show on Netflix at the same time as interview of matches up perfectly like he's giving you bonus punch lines to like when. The moon and the wizard of Oz. Yes, so kind of medicine we're getting into. This, beautiful this, he's about to get his strawberry joke. and. Mama go and. Actually yes, hank is our producer. Yes, he that does happen all the time. Oh somebody's at my door on on. A lot of get who's been? Doing. Come on up, have you? Are you losing your mind in corning? When you see how much all purchased my bar. Well I have a bar cart. I think everyone. Has that. Yeah, we go bar. You got on Sky Mall Right. No actually. It's the globe I. DON'T REMEMBER I've had it for a while. We don't mind taking a trip to flavored with me. Do know I don't know. If you have the globe that you open up. Have you heard the Columbus Ohio's thinking about changing. Their name signed the petition hell. Yeah, you did so. Did I started dishes. Guy Fieri is a legend. Outfitters in bottles. That's where I've been ordering all my boost from. It's a San Francisco Company. They have fucking everything I live in La it gets in. It gets to you twenty four hours. US bring your own. Add to our PODCAST I. They don't even know me Damn I've never met them. I am just endorsing like a good giving a company. A shoutout proper shout out! That deserves that they have been keeping me sane through corentin through self medicating and. Binge drinking. I was GONNA. Say keeping you saying through drinking way too much. Yes. Has Your taste in there's no other way. Has Your taste in booze like evolved over the last three months? Because you've gotten, you've dragged so much that you get bored of certain liquors. LIQUORS GET! I'm always chasing new recipes. I got a lot of. Cocktail cookbooks. And I got a juicer so I've been making my own Pine Apple Jews. Watermelon joy yellow pepper Jews. You know when I I actually before the interview I listened to an interview you did and I said to myself while listening to her I was like I. Don't think Eric Andre Likes to be interviewed and this is. This is exactly what I imagined. It would happen like and I like this, but it's not really you know. Fedex guy. World Chapter Out. I don't think he likes to be interview. Which I actually I appreciate, I think he likes having conversation. It's free form just doesn't like. Yeah, we won't ask any more questions, okay. Eric. Well now, how do we do the interview for an? I saw you in two thousand sixteen O lo, and behold bidders and bottles there we go. Look at this I. Don't even order so much from there i. don't even remember what I I'm a. Bottle of Bourbon also do you order it while you're drunk like you wait till you get drunk, then you keep reordering because that would be actually order more sober. I mean coffee as a drug so I. I'm always copied the actually binge order. With my First Cup of coffee, and then mellow out whatever drugs cocktails can when you start getting into the more complicated ones they become like kind of. but Yet, he is so late I. don't even have anything cool to show. You got like obscure Sherry's to mixed drinks. Like Sherry everything like shared of dessert wine. That's my grandma drinks, but these like cocktail cookbook Tubby, getting using Jerry's as like ingredients, and they don't know sweetness a cocktail, but it's still holiday. It's delicious. Yeah, have you noticed the time that you're getting drunk? Move up because I think that's probably the sign. Oh, I'll be cards on the table. I I am coming up to one month of not drinking. Because I was drinking every single day, and it started like okay after dinner start drinking, and then it was like all right seven, o'clock aright six hours like five, o'clock or five o'clock no drinks before five, and then it was like. A Margarita would lunch and then. Okay I'm turning into ski I. Need A fucking I going to take a month or get fat had like a dad bought I'm taking a month off. Intermittent fasting I'm going to work out every single day, and then I'm going to start boozing against GonNa Start Daddy when it's going to be. The best is when you start drinking again. It's going to be like you're eighteen years old and that first beer that you have. Amazing power down now it's. I think you just described everyone's quarantine as well where it's like it started, and it was like fuck this I'm getting fat, and then it's you know started getting a little warmer. It's like Oh shit. This is bad like eventually. Go back to society. Well also I. The quarantine was like ads just going to be two weeks Gordon Team as On the grinding don't be too muster quarantine and be six months of guaranteeing. It's GonNa be like this for the rest of our lives so I think like Baghdad, crushing pills and make cocktails. And, then you're like Oh. Shit is the new normal and like. Great timing with US Netflix special, too, because it came out in the middle of quarantine. So you feel like you're working in putting something out, even though it's already been shot, and it's in the tank super like Eric. I. I'm so glad I toured film last year. I didn't predict the corona virus, but thank God that happened I was almost. There was a time where we we're talking about filming this year and I would have been so depressed. Thank God! I got it over with and. Know. It's a silver lining people are stuck in their house. They have to watch my special yeah. We've been tiger king five times already so much to you also had a dip moment because you're cops, joke which you've had for a very long time is in the Netflix. Special in its cop's just got cancelled. Did. The quarantine and the COP apocalypse happening right now. Happened at a better time for me. It's miserable everybody else. They're really. Helping by special. I love that. I love that idea of everyone's going to you know once we get to the end of December everyone. It'd be like so long twenty twenty worst year ever, and it's like great year for Andrei. You're stuck. Everybody's movies coming on Netflix to so it's just A. It's a good time to be on net flix. Yeah regime went up fifteen million. They're up to one hundred eighty two million subscriptions he's. Do you know when you're going to get back to work on on the show and other projects? Everything just like we're finishing right now. Season Five. We finished filming in February right before teens started. And, we're finishing editing right now. I deliver the final episode next week, and that's going to start airing season five eric under shows GonNa Start Airing at the end of the year so. How much Zodda I WANNA shout out L. to store up here we go. What are you trying to great great, Tequila? LILEY RECOMMEND THE BRONCO And the REP Asada usually don't ios because they're so good that I simply need and boring. Because I like make cocktails, but who great Tequila brand highly recommend. This and I recommend Let's what else you show us your whole Bart. Just take us around the world. APETIT OH Cappuccino. Tequila Abbott CEO and Fortaleza. Favorites. So why are you ordering brand new bottles of liquor if you're not going to drink them? Are Drinking Saturday. Night Yeah Yeah at the end of my at the end of my one month. Sobriety look at that. That is about muter. I got the Coco Lopez for the Phoenix Ladas up getting into these weird like. fucking, use you salt like put a Margarita rim, but don't use I'm use Yuzu which is like a Japanese citrus and put using salt around the rim. Sir, you, making these for other people are just yourself. As me and my girlfriend had a couple according teaming so I have a couple of people over for barbecue. Nice hand sanitizer. We'll stay outside, and then I'll make cocktail 'cause I was going to say. It's it's. It's always kind of depressing like if you cook by yourself, and then you make it, and then you're like okay well. It's just me here by yourself. Ain't depressing you've you drink that depression, right? Way. Start Saturday. I got the towel with the worm thanking bottom of ood. Do you drink the worm? It's actually a larva of a moss that lives in the Gaba plant, and it has no purpose. It's just marketing. It doesn't have any PSYCHEDELIC qualities. It's just disgusting barbeque. Do. Know what your I drink back is going to be on Saturday. Do you have it planned out? I have a list. Yes, I lived my my dad's Caribbean. I Love Rum. I have like drinking my blood so I'm going to start out with a hurricane. A. Hurricane is it's just like? Karuba whereas. Jamaican rum. Dark, Jamaican Rum, four ounces two ounce, lemon juice, two ounce passion, Fruit Syrup, an immense from new. ORLEANS, it's. New Orleans I think during World War Two. They were having a hard time getting Baca and we ski, and all these other spirits they could only get access to run because so close to the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. So they're making hurricanes fucked up, so that's my I. Drink back then. I'm GonNa do Pina Colada then I have a bunch of really esoteric cocktails found online and in my cocktail cookbooks. Forge their. Whole missed I'm just salivating I. Find Ron Rum drunk. Is that like volatile drunk that if you can get to the perfect level, it's unbelievable, but if you go one too far, you're like okay now. I'm GonNa Puke in and my stomach hurts really really bad. Yeah I don't know I drink rum all debt forever. Happy I figured like ancestral. Drinking My! Dad's from Haiti so like it's just like. You know Rome is like a slave spirit like the slave. Molasses was considered like industrial waste, so the slave masters were just getting rid of the molasses, and then the slater like Yo. If you just let that Shit, sit out the last six months. Drink juices. You get clocking Alette and then white people started be the slaves again. Let me see that Shit. We'll put a cap on it. Yeah, yeah, yeah, and then pirates started drinking and shit. So this is in my blood to drink, but I love Tequila to. Brandy I can't get it I tried to I get into branding brands that just like a sweet whiskey. Thing. Randy is anything. That is a could be wrong. Way I knew this. Is Up. Any spirit made from fruit so peach brandy grape brandy, so wine. Spirits are made from. Sugar things that produce sugar like the yeast eats. The sugar poops out alcohol. The alcohol kills the East, but brandy is made from fruit like peace. Go is a great brandy. Hennessy Cognac Tony, X. Region in France. That produces brand. That's a great friend. It could be wrong It's expert made from fruit I. Like what you've done here because you basically became a drunk, but you learn about it, so it doesn't feel like it's degenerate. Y- exactly yes. Well you're like you're like three more months. Quarantine away from starting your own distillery inside your house. I mean I looked into the process of of distilling liquor. It is the biggest pain in the ass that I would never wanNA fucking do in the world. It is like manual labor cutting down plants, making them for man putting them in a pot. Still Wash evaporates. The office gets on the top of its pain in the fucking God. Bless anybody who wants to do. He's miserable. can I ask a real question about your show, yeah? BEEN CIGARS I'm GonNa like those, Nice, nice I although we had the take a few days ago. I don't like cigars. They never got into him. I don't know if it's a taste thing. Like what am I doing wrong? Most I think most stock Cuban. Cigars are awesome. Okay issue is they take forever to smoke so I'll like enjoy it for like half an hour, but I have to. Share it with my girlfriend or something because it. They're like you're in it for the long haul right by. The halfway point. You're like Oh. Yeah, Cuban cigars! Are there enjoyable? Never smoked cigarettes I always think that that why waste the money on a nice cigar when you can just get a black and mild, because nothing, world will ever beat the value, get from a black and mild like a would tip maybe the wine, flavored, black and mild. That is the peak of cigars in my opinion. From, these three he's done. Just like good black amount. I don't I don't know what it is for me. It's always more delicious had one of those. Swisher sometimes, but that can be too sweet. yeah. You Country Country So my real question wasn't about cigars by real question was. As a comedian as someone who's insanely creative. Do you get annoyed. Ever seeing people kind of Jack your style recently whether it be with video editing that you do the style, or do you just not care opposite the highest form of flattery? Okay I at bladders I was so broke when I sold my style already equipped comedy. I never thought I would have my show or my own house or anything that like I am. On so cluttered! By by all that stuff I I'm buddies Matt Raining. WHO CREATED THE SIMPSONS? And he said when Simpson started, it was huge. Phenomenon of people started knitting, making those a homemade. Shirts the black bar t shirts and all that stuff and blocks Stop Season Systems, no, let spread like wildfire people are invested into I. Love like the Knockoff, t shirts and the big toy hugo down at Tijuana. Get like knockoff. Bart Simpson Toys. He's like that's the highest one of flattery that shows out invested because this is like nineteen, eighty, nine, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety one. Yeah you know thirty thirty five years ago. He was like that's the best sign. That's like positive moment for the show. That means that the show is gonNA be a hit. Are Episode, seven, hundred two, you know and there were two billion dollars so Yeah, cancer question I love that I. Urge it on like so bladder. You can definitely see your. You have influence a lot of people to like you can see. Some of my influences to you know like you can tell that. I Love Tom Green I love jackass proud. Show I love Ali G., show, Ren and stimpy butthead Simpson's wonder show then like I'm just an inauguration of my. Influences, too, so we all. We're all experiencing the same world. That's a good attitude to have like like. Let people do their knockoff versions because at the end of the day. It's just going to remind people of you. Know I'm I shout out as long as people aren't like being mean or malicious or well I'm curious about. Their intentions are pure than like. How so that was another question I had was. How are you able to that fine line because you see it now with everyone trying to get famous on twitter, instagram TIKTOK wherever it may be prank videos. Where they fall flat because they're mean or they're you know you watch your like what the fuck is going on here? Why why this guy just go punch like an old lady and say it's pride right? So how were you able to find that subtle line? That makes it funny well, it's harder. You Never WanNa be mean you never wanted to be mean spirited her come from a place of. Malice You just want it to someone. A prank is about frank is about cramming certainity into reality and distorting the truth until you like short circuit. Somebody's braying. You want somebody it'd be pin wheeling. You don't want them like. I'm not. Trying to ruin somebody's Day ever so. When I'm in character or the characters I take on the show or what we did with the hitting frank movie like I'm always My my my characters going into a situation earnestly not like Ha. Ha, check this out I'm GonNa fuck with this person who liked to characters usually like a sad sack. Bit where I go in the New York City subway with at neuter dog cone and I have fruit loops glued to like spandex outfit, and I entered the subway. We do this for real hitting camera pranks and I I wanted the whole. Lays young I have bad news. I did not get the job at fruit loops. My Body is now your communion. Plead for me and I pour melt in the dog on a passing out. Spoons and loops are flying outsider, but that character is a sad sack. That's going through a hard time. He didn't get the job at fruit loops, and he's now sacrificing his to the people. He's not being mean. He earnestly is going through right. Melodramatic Shits play earnestly dramatically and you. Don't you actually? The opposite of comedy is playing the joke. You wouldn't like play the drama in the situation and the more dramatic you play, something, the more funny. It is so I think that's the key. You don't want you, don't you're like characters to ever be like nanny? Nanny Boo. Boo, you rock! Have you ever watched hidden camera prank back and been like. ooh, that didn't that. Didn't that looks different than how? I imagine it. That seems mean Oh. That's all the time I. Mean. You're constantly. Rewriting rehearsing, rewriting rehearsing shooting it reevaluating it potentially retuning it editing it the AD. It doesn't feel good or park. I mean you're lifting out art without mean that you didn't mean to be mean so you're constantly reassessing and refining until it feels funny. But he's in the process. It's not it just happen overnight. There's another problem with like a lot of Youtube prankster like they're not like arches of that in the editing bay. They just like film it. They added it like you're watching the raw footage and it doesn't feel good, you know. Has it been tougher now that you have a bit of notoriety, more people know who you are to have. Guests on your show that you can genuinely prank or shock while they're. Getting guest in the studio, this season was was challenging, but we just avoid the demographic. We usually bring in people that are over forty. That's a big thing, not a lot of people over forty. No, the fuck in and then in the streets I did like a body chance for season five I. Like Bic my head Bald again twenty pounds a spray Tan every day and MS manning beds every day. I, bleached Mitee's and she's my facial hair. Wax My pubic hair I got rid of all. My body hurts eyebrows so I like I look like. Like a bloated vin diesel vin diesel like takes off between the fast and furious movies, and he just started. Strengthen again he gets. Kind of what? Sing single okay to himself. Those videos are my favorite in diesel when he's haven't seen that. Oh my God. You got like he just standing I. Think it's in his house in front of a big projector singing karaoke to no one. It's. Like really sad songs, too. He's really good. Yeah, Facet theories Monday deity so read. My Riana. Stay was the one that I remember was like. Wow, vin diesel. Really. He's really letting it letting his heart out there I don't know I. Think he just had a karaoke face he lost. Those videos that sounds incredible. Shamir number. Nine one seven. Do you how many people if let's say, there's just for just for a round number. Let's say there's a million people that know Eric Andrei how many of those people know you just because your gifts are unbelievable, and you become such a integral part of social media now you know that's I can't even take ownership of that. That's just like those are created by the people I. Don't think so, thank you ain't got whoever made those? The, that's A. Record Murali. Pronounce out. I can't take credit for that. Thank you for. US Yeah. The let me in White House the. Why would you say something so bold and then the? Shooting Hannibal Bursts. Yeah, those are like if those probably are used, those are probably top ten. That are gifts us. It's in maybe Denzel Washington. Everytime someone trends and they're like. ooh! Thought this person died Denzel Washington. No, he didn't. I don't know. Thank you. Read it, thank. I. Thank you people then like the the public has spoken. That's like the Bart Simpson t-shirt of my. My Work I. Guess Yes yes. Keeping it going because it took a while to film, the movie and the movie is GonNa come out on April and in quarantine, APP and come out on your like I had three and a half for years off between seasons, and then grabbed from special tour of the special, so it's a while I'll see that. Put anything out so much coming out this year. so does memes I kept my career lash. Out Blessed read it. An instagram when you're at the RNC in two thousand sixteen. I was there I was trying to get up close to Alex Jones. You somehow got up to There was like a big up on stage was being pushed back by the crowd, and then bring the daily show up near, and I was like. Watson, actor Renault of Thank God. He thinks the ACO. What do you WanNa? Talk about live Dr.. Were you will ever wars, DOT COM and not. Not Not ever by my vitamins prison planet dot. TV I got all documents. Yeah, we talked about the. Emails right here in the turning into the Frog Jane. Were you were you a little bit afraid in that scenario? Because that crowd put it this way that was not the most welcoming crowd for anybody it was it was. It was actually bikers for trump. And there is a lot of all right guys there. They had won the election yet, so they weren't as empowered as they are now, but it was an open carry state. A lot of those guys were arm. I knew it was terrifying, but I knew I was getting some of the best footage of my career, so I was my mind was split. My mind was I'm scared for my life. But I'm getting some the best footage ever. So I, just have to commit. And then I just. I got in the zone when I was up. There resigned. You're the governor shows guy from the daily shopper. Mice base like all right. When we talk about I was like here's the hotel. What you're fucked my wife's name. Out. Tell Room machine. Is the now that I'm thinking about it. Is this like the Golden Age for? Not Prank show, but like like live man on the street stuff because there's so many crazy people that are emboldened right now I feel like there's so many of the golden age now because the corona virus. Shoot brings through I'm glad that I did the majority of my filming. The movie's done filming. The specialist done filming season. Five air under shows done filming. Thank God I got filming done before quarantine head I know people that were about to go into production or athlete through production that had to shut their shows down another like there'd sir. They're suffering so especially. People that were just getting. Their careers started like my heart goes out to them because they care Phil what can we do like? I heard some going fucking. God, Dammit! Ovens broken sometimes. It's on, and sometimes it's not on baking by breath. I'm trying to intermittent fasting should. I. It's the worst and also you just end up eating more in the time that you can eat. Sucks, it's the worst I don't know. Why can't I'm done? Being a fat fuck got man boobs. That's gross. Dad's not fuck and eat vegetables. Sucks so it's a struggle that sounds awesome that you got to gain twenty pounds and you got to do it for your job. That must have been just like heaven. But at the same time you start getting depressed, but it's awesome. Eating pizza and peanut butter jelly sandwiches that night. Is fucking. Drinking whatever you want, it's awesome, but like after a while your light. I'm like fucking my body up my. And then you're like Whoa, Christian Bale. A psycho path because I like I had to work so hard just to gain twenty, and you couldn't really doesn't even look that much different. He gained sixty. He's lost sixty. The guys like his heart's GonNa pop by the time he's you know. Fifty five. It's like. It's kind of dark. Master so I had one last question our producer. Already talking. No, you're fine rows. Exactly what I figured it was. Go the, you know I've done so many I. Did press yesterday from six thirty am to ten thirty PM cheese better podcast I was trying to be belied and not move laptop around, but that was like I gotta eat fucking starving. What cancel my last question. Let's do it up. I want. I WanNa I. Wanna I want to show you vin diesel singing Karaoke Oh. Yes, please. How do I, can we? Can share. Can you see this or no bring closer to the grand share laptop? I can't see it. Hold on, let me do enter full of. You can do screen share and you know. Listen I can't really see it'd be honest with. He's doing it. He's singing. Stay by himself just sitting. Yeah, Jake put up next to the. Can you hear that? This is how great share. Screen, share. Coming. You know he's. He's literally by himself with a big projector screen behind him. He's good. It's very. Very Ronnie. Yeah, is he like five four I? Don't know. Have you ever met Vin diesel? Now, now an and gate, this interviews over should absolutely get vin diesel on your show. You don't know vin diesel fuck you dude. We are when you were doing twelve hours or however long interviews. Does anybody ever tried to do your style of interviewing back to you? It's only happened once a few years ago, but it was a guy that was a buddy of mine, and I was like all right cut. The Shit Johnny. Let's fuck me down breast that actually one of us has to be straight man. Sure ship. I don't want to be the CEO. Yeah. That'd be tough. That'd be tough guy. Just like pulls a gun on us. Again. Have you ever had a gun? A knife pulled out on us. Who are filming the pranksters movie morale at Suck? You bet you ever been arrested. Yeah like on the rest of the season. One of Eric Andrea show. And, I got detained citizen for. Basically the same thing we what was. A lawyer on that one and gummy out. Before I was like going to the precinct to do mugshots and. Came to the rescue. All right, so I do have my last question So hang is a huge fan. He's our producer. He produces asked about using. Yes He. We have a sports gambling show that I think uses some of the same types of Zoom ins and everything right hank. Would that be fair to say you just ask the question asked. The question is want to know what the editing process of the comedy central show was like and what your process working with the editor was like and stuff, and how many times you had to watch your language comedy central this year. So Fuck you sorry. Can Lazy Asshole. Fans. It's very tedious. it is not easy editing. The show I'm blessed with incredible incredible editors that are very creative, but we are. We are creating a lot of the humor in the editing You Never WanNa like rely on editing new the Jug. You should do your job as a writer and to write to the best of your abilities, but the editing enhances every saying it is, it is crucial. It is crucial to have a good. Editor is. Last stop of production, so you'd better like. Have Somebody smart gets it right. Yeah, you uniform. Is there a point where you guys like? Go back and forth we can't. We have to stop going back and forth because we've seen it so many times that we don't even know if it's funny or not anymore. Yeah sometimes you get. To put it down, but deadlines are everything so like we can't every day the editors on staff. We're spending a lot of money so We only have a finite amount of money, so we have to. Commit to a schedule on the pressure of the deadline is actually good, and the pressure in the confines of having a limited amount of money is actually can creative, so that kind of determined schedule and our process one of thing I like a lot about your your humor. Is that you are? You're not afraid to still pull your dick out sometimes. Why can't I see you? Are you hiding behind the camera? Why can't you just bench do like a squat press and look at me in the eye where we're? Headed can't studios. Chance hurt arms. Yeah, you can't walk over to to the other guys and just bench. As Me Mono Mono, you don't have to now with the microphone. Join do some curls hack. Now you'll have to you don't have to. Do Ten curls through can't come. Do some curls for Andre He's GonNa do ten curls, so you can see what he looks like. By the way, everyone should check out Eric Andrey's Netflix Netflix. Special legalize every now. You liked you liked this pump. Likes to all the way down. Hank there y'all get deep breath. Shorts Rock in the BICEP curls new balance. This is a ten pound weights. This is easily worth two Margaritas after this. God bless you. At the dynasty beard looks handsome, looking good well. There's been Austin Weird Weird school shooter energy. Last question that was only one last question. No way what's the, so you already said the I drink. What's the last drink on Saturday? I could. I could tell you I have to find my texted I. Texted my own many not much of an alcohol again texted my own drink menu myself, let me. See if I can pull it. Hurricane going to do a best year, which is a? TIKI drink with vodka and Blue Curacao in it. It's just hard to make someone. Going to do a Pina Colada than Agricole Guava Cooler than this drink. Juice, which is like exotic fruit? Then a bunch of skier drinks have known of yellow number two an exposition expedition. Tea Drinks I like like complicated drinks. Nice, you're going to get through drink number three and be like holy. Shit this. Yeah, this. Fuck me up and I'm not going to get through the whole menu. Well God's speed. This will be interview. If you die, so don't die. Dot. Actually should be ready. Yeah, the ratings. Run these like listen to how much Eric Andre was planning on drinking on Saturday. Do you have any last words that you'd like like just last thoughts from your brain that you'd like to be known by? God I don't know. W. Ww you J. D.. What would uncle Jesse do there? You Go? Then, we're going to sell t shirts that say that. The money offices all that Shit Yeah Yeah. Legally we can. Yeah. You just said that earlier. You said you have no problem with knockoff merch. Yes, this conversation really petered out guys. I'm going to be honest with you well. I guess falling apart at the seams think it peaked when you went and picked up the delivery. That was the first time that's ever happened. 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Did you realize when you started doing instagram stories about the chicken massacre that the world would be like on the edge of their seat for an update on what's going on in your backyard? No I did not and. I got well. We've had instagram. you know we've dabbled in it. I've never really been in control of it, so I didn't really know. How to do stories. was little. Little petrified of it to be honest, took me a minute to out all the buttons and a little gadgets, a little things you can do. But felt like. You know how to chicken store to get out there. It looked like a pretty grisly scene back there when you walk into your backyard the first time. What was your initial reaction? Well, it's tough to see the lady's. Lying dead in the yard like that, so we know heads are gone. They're taking our. Heads off against like it's. It's an issue. So. you go out there. You see that and yeah, now I don't want to say that. It was unfair what you did, but you did accused the cat. What's the cat's name? Thelma Thelma. You cues the cat and I. Honestly Your your initial instinct makes sense because that cat looked suspect, but what happened next, yeah? I I've watched that cat kill squirrels birds. I mean you name it. The cats is savage. So, I thought hey, what's next up? The Totem Pole? Are the chickens wine on? June, it's getting old to play for then you know she's just and she's kind of cruising around. She'd never care in the world. Like. Hey, you probably did this then. It would probably be a message to me like hey, I run the reuss now it's like no, no, you're. Catch. Chill out I feel like if the cats graduating from animal to animal, the move that most cats would make would be to bring the chickens body like the doorstep as a gift to you, it's owner. Have you talked to? Tony Shuffler about the predatory behaviors of of outdoor cats because I know he's got, he's got a real bastard and scouting. That'll take down a few mammals. Yes, he does. He does and I. I know that cat. I mean I. Feel like they're all kind of like once. You get a good one like that. You know the habits are pretty similar, so I mean Thelma Demos along that breed She's still young. She's still kind of figuring out. Some things but I mean. She's going to be an absolute animal here, so yeah, so, how did you clear the cat? How'd you officially clear dumb? After being a suspect for basically twenty four hours slandering her name, yeah, a camera out. She was even close to it. stayed up late I get up really early. she didn't touch the dead chicken. That'll left out there. She didn't touch it. She wanted nothing to do with it. you know, and then had long. Looking at is and I was like hey. I get you. You didn't do that you now. She said it without saying it. I saw you had that moment where you gazing the cat's eyes, and you're like all right. You've killed a lot of animals, but you didn't kill these chick. It's made National News Zeke. He knows she knows she knows what she knows. Where the line is right, you're not GonNa Cross it right right. I saw that Carrie underwood offered to adopt the cat. In case, it was the cat. Is that something that you had considered Well I mean carrying my did take one of our research for a small roosters that we had just because I didn't want it anymore, so they did take that awhile back so if we had the cat I'm sure I'm sure they probably would've taken out. Okay, so, what's next like? Where are we onto the OWL or do? We think it's something else in, have you? Have you set yourself up to defend these chickens? Well all blues here and his sidekick, the roosters they showed up. So they're here and I mean I'm about to do another story. We're about to take to the treehouse and and I trust blue, but you know I night. I WanNa make sure everything's OK okay. This'll blue. It's rooster. Okay, and that showed up. You're putting your your team in a position to defend the you're pulling them. Mike Martz on your chickens. You'RE GONNA. You'RE GONNA go max-protect on them. Exactly we're not, we're not. We're not seven dropping five five five protection like we're GONNA relieving the tight end and. You know we're GONNA CHIP WE'RE GONNA chip the defense they. There's running back. I'M GONNA be an intriguing half. I Want I want blue to have a successful. I don't want to happen on his watch first night. Confidence even if. It's true. If you pull blue tonight, it's going to be tougher for blue to rebound so we. Just showed up or you like you had it and you brought it back like. How did that work? Great my Chicken Guy Oh. Okay, so, Blake! Your chicken guy was like I got. The solution will bring in a rooster. Hill defended -actly. So he brought an old blue, and then on the way over he was like hey didn't want to say it, but I caught his side. Kick to hold like well. I didn't even know blue hat sidekick. So he showed up old blues. This you know big rooster, and then his sidekick. Is this little like little dwarf? That crows every four seconds But I like them. I like Watt Oh. What a TAG team! They're thinking during the clown. Yeah, if you your money right now on on who the culprit is! Do you think that it's the algae think that there's maybe a coyote or Hyena or something like that? I mean I. Think Hyenas a stretch, but you never know It's I'm saying al or wreck can oh, so are you going to be my guess? You're going to be armed in the in the in the treehouse, right? Crack Okay so you. You're ready to go What are you? What are you bringing up there? We're not gun guys, but we want to begun guys aspiring gun guys. You see me shoot me. Shoot A gun. You laughed when I shot a gun. Yeah! well, we. We've got some We got some we got some. Vision Goggles. infrared scope and some t t twenty three, so we're going to go up there and make sure blues clues. Okay so tactically. You're GONNA wear night vision goggles. You need to update your instagram all night. You know that. Why no I mean I just I. Did this interview with you guys now about the? House and do this. I love it so I the only other question I had, and then we have. We have an intern. Billy football, who was a failed quarterback in division. Three football is not really can't. He's a failed wide receiver as a field, wide receiver and division three football, but he has some questions, but before I do that. I have one last question about this. There are some people saying I'M NOT GONNA name names might have been me. Had this thought that? This was all fake employ because you happen to have just incredible hair in your instagram. I'll send you a picture dead chicken. Okay, but you did have incredible hair. You knew it. Did you know it when you did the instagram story? You're like? Oh. This hair it's it's on today. This is every day. Every day you just wake up saying. It's a gift I. Mean I can't well to do with IT I. Are Billy's been chomping at the bit here. I think bill. Numerous suggestions will limit him to to quest. Yeah, we apologize. says. Hi Mr. Cutler I. Think I think I. Think I know who the culprit is. You said that the had their heads ripped off. That's something that kills her sport. You got trash pans. raccoons rip the heads off Ooh, so in my suggestion, I'm a new chicken owner myself. I saw on the side of the road. This had chickens five dollars. chicks five dollars, so I got some Brahmos and Easter egger anyway. I would leave some cat food out and I'm a gun guy, actual gun guy and I'll just sit out there and wait for the raccoons you're. GonNa talk no I just. I just wanted to say. You definitely got trash paying problems and raccoons are I. Think you're right? I think you're right. That Killed Jong question to you. What are you? Why are you talking southern accent? Think you ask the question you set aside. The question in the also is he's a kid from new. York City and he somehow is talking in a southern accent just right now i. don't I don't know. Any has chickens in. Live outside the city now. Okay, but it is not. This is in. New York. What type of what type of chickens do you have? I've got some browns. I've got some We when we have now we have. We have. Back up to fifteen eighteen. I think. We've got some Some some is bar. We've got some some green layers who are semi saggers We've got some coppers. I just got a few reds. Zoete reds Rhode Island Reds Dot Quest Yeah Oh. Nice, okay. Yeah, you're on a question it's. Good about the questions you asked I just. Yeah I feel like you only have one. Time if you were GONNA, ask this question I would I would offer my support and killing the trash pandas. I've gone to war with them once before. Okay not, really question. Thanks Billy. Will Jay good luck if everyone wants to follow him, it's if Jay had instagram. You will be updating with the night vision goggles. And, I'm I'm excited. Yeah, in the words of the great marshawn Lynch take care of your mental 's to carry the bodies. Your chickens blast. Why do you guys let billy talk. Because like wh. What what just happened is kind of fun. I got you yeah. Yeah. He just kind of spews. Whatever's on his mind and it's always ends up somewhere. He's harmless. Yeah, huge, we do love him. He you know everyone needs a guy in the crew. Who you Kinda you Kinda you know. Bust his balls, but at the end of the day we love him. We defend them against anyone. Okay, that's why all blue has a sidekick. Yes, he is yes, he's the little rooster exactly. Name Billy. It'd be an honor. Billy billy the little cock. Over. Good Luck Jay thanks man. Thanks for asking big cat. It's candidates. New Sponsor of part of my take I've got some news for everyone. It's a little sad. Gird your loins. I'm retiring from the part of my take podcast to take a new job at Cana cbd as a Lipper mixologist. I'm sure you guys have heard on the show. 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It looks like a toolbox that you would see in the back of your most sunburnt neighbors truck yet. That's cheap thin metal. It looks like it looks like a Grill Webber. Grill they can't catch fire in September it's it's It looks like a cheap like one bedroom house in. In like the Florida, Gulf coast that you know is going to get blown over by a hurricane, not even a hurricane, a tropical storm. Yeah, it looks like a transformer that changes into the sale on Tom Cruise's sailboat and castaway. It looks like a transformer that just changes in May remember when the transformers and there'd be one like shitty ones like this transformer goes from like a garbage truck to a flatbed like that's what it looks like. It's the most unoriginal transformer possible like hey, you can both hall garbage and lumber. Yeah, it looks like a solar panel for the bottom of the Grand Canyon. It looks like it looks like Jerry Jones's liver. Yeah, now that I think about. Yeah, right next to the and you know what. Of course Jerry Jones did this because it's sitting right next to Jerry world. It makes his stadium. Look Amaze also yes, and I just see we've got. We've got a place where it seems like every new stadium should be great like every new stadium should look awesome. The New Death Star Roomba in Vegas. You can make your jokes, but it's fucking cool. Look, Dude! It's awesome from the outside all black reflecting around it. It looks sweet as hell so yes, that's our. That's our stadium rose I. still can't believe they did that incredible. Just incredible. It looks like a underside of matchbox car that shaped like a clam. Hit there you go I. Don't know what that would turn a matchbox cars over, and it looks like a clam. Were if one of their mind was was like. Oh, we're going to do a clam car clam car. Spongebob there you go, yeah, the Spongebob Clam Car all right. Let's finish up our show documentary of you who hate us your documentary, right? Yes, magnetic so full sag full send. I. Don't think we could find a documentary. That would be more opposite to our lives than this my first question. Do you could even make the argument that like Robert, durst the murderer closer closer to our lives. We could I. would murder someone before I? Served a seventy foot wave Yali. There everything in the podcast. Everything in the documentary was something. I would never in a million years do turf and eighty foot wave. Ski Down a mountain that's never been touched by human feet in Pakistan after climbing it Brennan. Doc- is infinitely more relatable to my life than the dudes who were fucking just hanging out jumping on rocks, their mountain bike, the parachute paragliding down from the highest mountain in New Zealand through grant through like crevasses and Shit. I in my head. I think I'm going to do that one day. No, you're not no. And then Joe Rogan's. Knots. You have to be born with that the the issue Adrenalin am. Stuck in this podcast and Universe adrenaline. Wants to be out flying. No, yes, you. WanNa play video game about doing that stuff. You don't actually want to do I. do might like the highest I get in terms of adrenaline. Rush is like when I when I play video game. When I go, live on, twitch and I probably should have taken a ship beforehand. Oh, my can I make it through. This mine is going to be when I flushed the toilet once and then don't check back afterwards. That's my. That's my baby. I mean I. I am a guy who doesn't have not to brag but I don't have a case on my phone. That's fucking see one of these fucking losers. Who's wind surfing and doing all this shit? Walk around without a fucking case, N Phone Win Seven K. was the coolest pro all time. Oh, he's so into me and he was like yeah I grew up in the wind. Capital Europe what and his grandfather invented the WINDSURF. Yeah, and he was like. Yeah, you know I, want him world championship when I was like sixteen so I'm just trying to like. Find something to you know. Keep my mind occupied. Remember when John Kerry windsurfing to be relatable. That was awesome. Yes, everyone loved that the question, so I had the reason. I picked this up not necessarily. Highest quality like documentary, but it was like there's a lot of talking points a lot of things to discuss which of the I am discounting the scooting mountain biking. Which sport could you do think you could do and survive the longest like if you're going down a surfing wave if you're going skiing, if you're wins like how long none of them I mean when Windsurfing Probably Yeah Wind Surfing I actually because. I take was like I don't think windsurfing is at heart, I said. I. Don't think I just won't hang on. I. Said Right here I think I could serve. I watched. It was like do to. Then bring you down. stewed serving. You're just holding on, and then just that's it. Yeah I do the videography the whatever fill, let's the word they're operating. You drone operated. Put those in the opening credits never seen drone budget was astronomic. Yes, what I don't understand about this, though is like these. Some of these guys do these things. Like like the skier. Through, there was out in the French Alps for like thirty five days, and then he skied down Lemond and then that was it and it was like with that, but that was it like it was just for that. One shot of drone like it's not a competition I don't. That seems like a lot. How does it make money? They're instagram advertising. There's no difference between on these guys and instagram models that go to famous locations and take pictures of themselves. Okay, these guys just get a sick like buzz when they do that was crazy, a nice little stoke whenever they go down the mountain. That was not one of my favorite lines from it was I'm not in it for the money. I just want enough from sponsors to travel the world and have a good time when my friends like. Yeah, that's that's literally everyone. Yes, we also all want enough money to hang out. Chill and travel have a good time. The the guy who went down the mind when he started when we were introduced to him, and he was like Gaffe I didn't find skiing. I'd probably be a criminal so what? Okay so you you definitely like steal from everyone on this crew? Don't any of these guys have parents? They can't have parents. They definitely don't have kids no new. Kid Baby, the guy that was going down the mountain kid. He fucking facetime with his wrong with them. Billy you remember that part. Yes, and he face on the kid and it was like I love you and they went down. Daddy loves you, but he has to resist. It, what was your favorite part not in the will. I liked the part with the jet Ski. How many of those candidates did you put it? A bunch I think I'm I think I'm kind of feeling a buzz. A buzzed I love ice, so let's talk though about the mountain bike. Bros. hilarious that was. That almost was economy reminded me of speaking of office. Beginnings Depar- core like Michael Into White, just going around being like we'd like to just bite together, and there's jumping up on rocks and doing an interview like it's just so great. We just go everywhere together. It's like okay, this is. Interesting. Partner? We're constantly evolving as far about biking is like there's so much uncharted territory can trump. As a Peleton writer I can confirm that. By far the best part, smashing the high five button, and then getting a high five. They happened to do it in real life when they were going up the mountain, and they were just like bouncing from rock to rock. That didn't even look like fun I feel like they got a call and we're like. Hey, we're like Netflix's wants to talk mentoring. They're like. Really know. If you WANNA come film US life. Okay, he'll producers like okay. We've got some great footage. It's an hour and a half long. We really need to get to an hour and forty five. We have a couple. Bros. roll around on there huskies all day. Okay. Let's get him in to be fair, I think they said they bike something like nine vertical miles that day. That's a lot. That's a lot of miles up and down. The entire movie was just people going up to high places, and then coming back down again. They just a bunch of dudes that love coming down from places. Yeah, so it was a good documentary. I. I liked it. I mean it wasn't like the most. It wasn't. There wasn't really much of a story, but the actual footage was crazy when I got to the biking part. That's when I was laughing so hard. I tell you about it because it was like it was like Holy Shit, I never do surfing like Holy Shit. I can never ski down then. It was like these guys who just like. Prancing around in the field feels like jumping off Rogers hanging out. This is the longest. Don't touch the lava like that's like. Don't. Touch the ground I was gonna say I'd like to see any of these guys have the balls to compete on. Don't are the ground is hot lava. My News talk show on. Netflix Netflix. Show! I saw just doing. Sit ups like in the air. Yeah, that's just against Serena. Last pre cool. It is because. That actually is perfect. People always say billy on the podcast. Tell Billy shut up. Don't let billy. Talk Really Ruins podcast. I see all that, but we have to understand is billy speaks for like the silent majority. When we say like rocks, new show looks ridiculous. Please like dude. It was sweet. That's who they're marketing to. So there you go. Do you think that that was the longest? The movie magnetic was the longest string of footage ever put together. That was extreme sports that did not have a single red bull logo in it. I think it might be yes, yes, actually get gave me a drunk idea. I feel like red bull should make a mil version of what's the stuff that grow personal might might all? No, not might all just like Douche. ADDUCE BACK! Yeah kind of something like that so It's such a funny thing. That like does anyone ever call Douchebag Douchebag? Yeah, it's. GonNa do. Something you just do shred bullshit. Make a personal. You call it like personal shelter. For guys that you just rub red bull scented stuff on your notion. You'll feel awesome now. Yeah, you just do shit. I don't let's it's sounds are removed or moved on by the equation you have you have to do one of those sports? Which one are you going to do? You have to. Win Serving. Easy windsurfing or the guy in the do that. Know folk that at least I know how to drive actually. Do you don't know how to drive like that? Those guys are crazy. I would just not go up to the wave. Does and also I think there are. Those guys were saying they might have been the most extreme of anyone. How are going to? Get the enjoyment of the Raj. Goff waves and shit and just fall off their fucking CDU perfect storm it I. Bet you that Guy Fucking kept his whoop Yup. Held onto it. How about the dude at the very end that wiped out got hit by three waves, and then got on shore got up to the cameras, and they asked him about it, and he goes well. He said the equivalent I think he will. He's from French Polynesia. Yeah, he said full on which is, he's like I'm going full on now. So even he still lives a fulsome lifestyle all dying three times. They're all ledges. They're all legends all right. That's our show will see everyone Monday again scheduled for next week. Monday Wednesday Wednesday is going to be extra long dungeons and dragons no-show Friday. July sixth so SIA Monday, Scott Pours Monday dungeons and dragons Wednesday see them. CAST. A is? From. Burn. saw.

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#16 | Retaillessen met Dik Pijl, Algemeen Directeur van Expert | De RetailTrends Podcast

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LOTF & Movies // Froning & Friends EP. 112

Froning and Friends

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LOTF & Movies // Froning & Friends EP. 112

"Into. Big. Crashed in the other one and the only way to my love Apple. They're going to protect our privacy now, which is a big deal. WHO IS APPLE? It's a big deal at actually and FACEBOOK's pissed 'cause they're gonNA lose billions of dollars. Apple's going to require on a lot of the APPS that are coming out now. They're gonNA give you the opportunity to say yes or no to protect your data. So, they can't necessarily just collect your data. The APPS can't because most of them are one hundred percent they give you the keys to watch the social dilemmas brother. I haven't watched it yet in enterprise rent a car they give you the keys. All about just social media. We haven't finished our kind of watching and Haley on Friday night just how toxic basically and like back workings of the companies of social media and how like what's crazy is they're making millions of dollars on our data that we didn't even know was the thing right before we even understood that it was worth a ton of money those companies use it and they're they're still making a bunch of money on. Yeah. Well. Did you know I just actually read in The Wall Street Journal or listen to one of their they have like? Little things they were talking about it was like the dilemma between like fortnight going after the APP store or something, and it was saying that apple doesn't publicize publis size like how much revenue they're really making off apps but it was something like twenty, seven, billion dollars a year because they get a percentage of the purchase of the APP but I guess for Games like four hundred or whatever. You can buy things within the. They get a percentage of purchases exactly. in-app purchases who billions of like that's not yeah. I, wish what was that thing they're saying about how like you think that they're like they're the ones selling or whatever, but it's actually they're being sold. Like the APPs couch at. So I'm just move on. But Yeah I think social media has a great. What does this social dilemma? It's like just about the. League's Yes. On that it's like a bunch of people who used to work high up in like own pinterest and facebook and Instagram, and just talking about how. You know there's a lot of negative sides to you know basically, they sold their souls to sell our souls. And now they're talking about it. MAKES ME A. When people get out of that stuff and now they're talking I it's almost like they just want to stay relevant to me. It's all right. It's probably true but I didn't even know like like your text messages all of that's kept. So that's not private. I mean, what are they going to? The to the two. So what are the two inside the green one in the blue one s? So one of those is private and one of them is not the blue is private, but the green is now because of their apple, right? Yep. So that's inside one. So if you WANNA be safe, you have to get an APP and then we're talking about there's a couple of APPs out there right now that one hundred percent don't don't collect anything and then you can set it to where it'll disappear. That limits non. That's between apple and other box. For Apple does a lot of stuff to protect your stuff, right? Oh. That's cool. I wasn't sure which that's true or not, but I heard a podcast at him and they're talking about it and I was like man. Thirty days so they're going. Just kidding. Out. I. said it to where they delete every thirty days for my phone because I hate. Storage key magic enlist people sendo. Just, a crazy stuff people send if that's being banked somewhere. I wonder how much of that's actually true I, know like the Patriot Act that was a big thing about it was like you had to. There had to be something that had to do with national security review to be tracked, and if you didn't but I mean, they can literally link anything to national security. Really Right. The can now wasn't that like back in the day like I feel like I heard stories about somebody on. Youtube is GONNA watches and they're GONNA RIP US APART Stabbing. Documentary. My Wife. Wants. Anybody who's coming to us for their information is an. Less Cross it related enrich and you guys were talking than one thing it did make me do though it'd be like I'll tell you I want to take a little fast from social media like obviously yeah. I haven't done it yet, but I feel like it would be good. I want to try to be as connected to my phone you know what I mean. I think. The worst one was TIKTOK. Back engineer that and everything they can everything that China to take was the worst APP that steals all the information that use it all. Trying to renegotiate. All of the deal and sell it to somebody say was, is it better now? I don't think so. And their dates still hasn't gone through the the new deadline date Ben just a you know is the thirteenth. Whether or not That's going to be delayed to trump's go over. Well, one thing trump did do which I thought was cool. In regards to the TIKTOK thing was he made It was oracle or whoever because the stipulation of how bad it could be for like people's brains was that it was almost like they had to pay a I want to say a billion with a B. dollars a year to education was like the cost. In addition to the deal, he just woven into, you're going to have to pay it was X. amount of hundreds of millions or billion dollars a year to education. I was doing more less. That's cool been. Did you hear the new conspiracy theory? The. was at Jimmy Hoffa buried under the barn doors. That's is that's a new one that's Jimmy Hoffa latest. Now, he never heard the. It's like a real conspiracy what what is Jimmy? HOFFA was lived in the Seventies eighties. He was a teamster and like a mobster and he got murdered. And they don't know that was when. Is Wanted. Maybe I don't think he was. Just, think he was like a crook they can't find his body anywhere. Oh. The meadowlands, the football field. Where I was working out today that there's that space right next to the rig rig and it's really hollow up there and so like feels like a tuning fork when you drop the barbell Richard. Saying. That's where Jimmy Hoffa. Is something under there in the Barnes, some need to look awful born says. Thirteen. Disappeared because we Joking. But seriously. Please don't dig up my born. I'm from Michigan though and he's Saying there Salkin threads the truth here. No. So he's an American mobster. He was he was like a teamster in a moment. What's a team searches international? He was the president of the International Brotherhood of teamsters. Union were maybe truck drivers. Labor Union in the United States and Canada formed in Nineteen Oh three by the merger of the team Drivers International Union. That farm-raised. Represents. Represents all these saddest netflix documentary last night. Sad it was real as well as is a murder mystery shows. Basically, this guy's married and he had two little girls like six and four and killed the wife killed the babies. I don't why just sad that crap in here. King. No that's how it ended up. You. Know I. Thought that she was just like kidnapped but yeah, she died it was. I. I hate twenty twenty and dateline wife loves. To usually upsetting they're all the same in the shed don't want. All awful. There's never a happy ending. Yeah. And it gives people ideas. Told Chris and either watch a camera that one last year and how many finish it. We regret it so much document. 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I've ever watched the first one that one. That was seen the worst one for me. Hated it was horrible. It was hundred percent horrible and he believed legitimately liked it I. was like you're we be cousins anymore but that's what he did with me in this documentary I watched him the worst movie ever made I. Don't know what's called. It's like it's with I. Think it's Matt Damon where minimize shanty, Demon Sometime out loud one where they shrink him. Yes. Okay. Idea of it was cool. The movie was sweet until like three or four soy in. It goes into a whole different. So Matt Damon. There's like this whole for movie having ending ought to combat I guess global warming they create these little towns and you can be shrunk. Commercials for the yeah and whatever, and so Matt Damon does it. Go through this process. The only thing is to take your teeth out because those are the only things that won't shrink. Shave your head shaved. Eyebrows and whatever. So Matt. Damon goes through with him and his wife whatever she doesn't go through with it. Wakes up and they're like, yes, she didn't. In the money the money can version is like ten thousand dollars A. But. It didn't really work out for him somehow I forgot. The Star now, and then he was like a tiny apartment. And then he ends up homeless and then he goes to the original people who? owned or something like that. was. Yeah No. No. They implant small teeth back in. So he can get basically gets beneath the. Idea of it moving talk about it. You're GONNA be like hard watch that it's not good. A. Worse. For, me to wish I was very disappointed in it. What the or okay. Like at the end, like he meets a little Asian girl right and like that's when it gets. She's in Shrunk Lil Asian girl yes she. Shrunk to so he meets this girl and she's a cleaning lady and he's like, Oh, I'm GonNa help her, and then they get on a boat and go to some different country even though they're like little. I don't. I don't know been like you almost have to watch it. But Not really I, you watch it just. took. Their teeth. So I just you lost me Ellicott Matt daily at the beginning of the movie I was like this might be the best movie I've ever seen and then started great. Yeah, and then Three four way through he meets that girl and sizing downsized size. I to know is not not horrible. It's not good I wanNA. Hear I. Don't know. If you stop watching it about halfway through you're like, okay good movie. It's not good. That's which I don't know. The first fifty first half of it. You're like Oh this is cool. Yeah. Is Great and then all of a sudden, it just takes a awful turn and sad it's boring and whatever speaking of Matt Damon you've seen Ford versus Ferrari yes. Great Movie I think. That yeah. My worst movie is called wind. Oh. Military movie with Navajos right acting was terrible. It's horrible and I love movies and I was so excited and it was you know world war breaking codes and it was horrible and I just got madder and madder. That's the bottom for me Deja. I don't have anything positive as as you lender to wasn't good the worst movie ever it wasn't good I. Hate Twilight. Actually. Wash all the twilight movies about two weeks ago. Actually Love Them. They're great. Not the first terrible. But like. I read all the books. Oh. Yeah. I've written I've never watched one Harry Potter movie didn't like you have never are hundred bucks first Harry Potter movie. Guy Give everything a chance. It's like no I don't have to give anything a chance. I she's in the office I gave it a chance and I didn't like it. So therefore, I'm done, you give a second almost hate the like acquired taste than like if I don't like the taste, not going to drink like, eat it drink it whatever but. If I remember correctly. I just had never watched it. Just, never had a chance to watch it, and then soon as we started watching it I was like, okay I just took me forever to watch it. There was another movie to when I was a kid that we've watched church and it was probably way before you guys. It was like. Were going to get the market the beast in the bad guys were coming to your house and you have an idea what I'm talking about I cannot remember this isn't it's twenty twenty it scared living crap out of you does get we all got saved immediately Ch- Twenty, twelve movie or something like that I never. Ever. Saw It wasn't that ending movie. It's one of the world's anyone's just like that. One with Tom, cruise for the world ends with that one. Guy That was pretty bad movie to. that. where he was the Hitman. nobil Vanilla sky is one where it's like time continuum kind of. Ace's disfigured. Yeah that. Not. Good movie you're thinking was. ME. That was good I. liked that. We're. Actually what it was called the sudden they added like. 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I can't figure out when wonder woman nineteen eighty-four comes out I keep seeing trailers and we're supposed to come out like October. And I was going to take. Lakeland. But you can't get an answer or not open yet it is playing old movies and they're playing hocus pocus. Can we say that Hoke is? Most terrifying movies ever. October. It scares I hate. Tooth Lady. Talk. Here. It's good. It's not net definitely not a favorite of mine. This Favor. Really I it's like mark favorites. Hogan. Bogus. Cool to says if you go one room in Nineteen eighty-four released eight says June fifth because they keep act because of all the Cova and no box and no movie that invested as much money as that movie did to create, they can't put them out because there's not there's no chance that they're going to gross as much money as they need. So they keep putting him back. I could be wrong or other in the spectrum. Best movie ever. So many I know, but you got to pick one. Down to. I always just say dumb and dumber because I think he's doing it. It was expected to debut October second. Now we'll touchdown in theaters December Twenty Fifth Christmas movie twenty. Twenty sucks. The. Twenty one. For Christmas best crap. Nobody's I'm not going to the movie theater on Christmas Day the day after Oh no oh, my family used to on the Christmas Day those people a. Tradition. We went. We would go. I saw twister. Thanksgiving night. Because we always like Thanksgiving lunch. Midday shortly after lions lose. What's your favorite movie saying favorite top. If it's It's hard. It's hard because maybe comedy. Maybe action comedy. Romance Romance Notebook. Parts the notebook. At Home Alabama. Actually. The anytime. I. Think in the notebook I think just friends. Did you ever see? Jack Nicholas sparks the note. God. Is Awesome. So good. Man So Tossup Toss up here. Because I can't narrow it down to just one I. Think Batman trilogies newer one so good. Dark Knight Dr. Knight rises are on my top. Actually like. Infinity War and game in the same movie because it it's like a cliffhanger I know you didn't like it, but I like those movies. Those are my action ones because they're. Front of my brain. Those are like superheroes I guess. Days of thunder top gunner probably top cash. Debut that's another rated. Great. Cole trickle. Lemon. On top comedies is probably Tommy boy time. Okay. Slash blockchain I love black sheep. It's also on almost say movie. And that's all those are. Tops I loved tombstone. I said I'd never yet to see it yet I gotTa Watch. Lead you know. Everybody says. After a character in one of those movies I just haven't had I'm a big fan of X. men I like the newer X. Men movies I don't like the old ones. I liked the X men origins with Walt Wolverine? Wind. Like everybody hates that movie minute origins with. Great all my friends. So they hate it. 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I can get my head around hey, they stole some stuff they shouldn't have stole. So now they have to live forever in their weird skeletons you're behind that. When you throw in like. What happened with David I don't know. Movies I like to the Postman and waterworld Kevin Costner both of those vendors seen him. Never actually seen dances with wolves either no haven't that's. Awesome. Movie. You've not seen the answers loss none of you've seen not even heard of it. I'm going. Yellowstone. So Oh dan dances with wolves good movie that's got to be in my top five. Truman show though. All Right I've got, ready player one KHUDA. Good it's great. Just it's got a lot of these movie references in them. I. Think. That's why like it so much. Wolf any of you know. Free. Movie My Dad and call me last night. They'll completely depressed because he finished the last episode yellowstone and he. He's like I just don't even like who's living. He was a I don't even have anything else to watch I'm like Dad, there are endless things I made him watch journal next but we'll have to give him come up with some other number one chance. Really Gory. La Tra was go a little tense al-Amin because it's based on a true story. Yeah. Also liked free Willie. Our. Airbud. Airbus. Original Air Bud one. that. I remember seeing free willy as a Kid Good to have the has seen like these classic movie so we've been trying to like. Trump on them freely was one. She really liked it. The Latin. Live action she'd never seen. Her. Favorite Kids Bill. ME. Fast. So there's a bunch of good cartoons. Incredible 's Gosh. Up Is Great. Sad Sad, Milana. Union the. Eyelid. Only, wants to watch baby one. Baby One, maybe Lana maybe WanNa, and so all turn on Moana and if it's not like if we've already watched and turn it off if it's not at the beginning where baby Mwana in so. Baby. Bruins back eight months strong watching the grinch day lake when you watch. 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Yeah apparently he like booze. And Hillary. And he's like, when's the last time you cried I. Like real cried I could not tell you. Maybe, when my cousin went Donnie passed away in two thousand and seven. I apparently, they made me feel like a monster. Have a heart that it's. More than that. It doesn't like I don't cry for happy. I, did it blows my mind that I just never gotten. Emotional cry about happy things which Hillary got Super Mad because I didn't Kreider wedding. Over my head. I just I don't cry. Gets me like causes me to get emotional tear up is like ASPCA commercials? With the cats. What that is. Inspiration. Brandon inspirational things when somebody's like yeah I don't mean. You just start to get the Yes. No I'm talking on like apparently dog. Hobie Danica. Bad for me telling this he said He. Won't cry in front of people and so you said he's in a movie theater he was on a job or whatever. So you went to movie by himself and he said he he's started come belt at coming on. Movie Ended Rain Up to his car and he said he's He's in this little onto the cars rocking because he's. He's a big dude he's talked. A little car the car's rocket. and. Then he starts laughing because he's crying because the cars rocking. Crying again. He's the best he's so funny. But I just I don't. They don't understand why I don't cry and I don't understand why. I. Don't really know anybody except for Taylor that cries a lot. Of the time. Happy cry. Cry All of them. I don't really ever see. You cry your stories about Ukraine. I mean you got to hold it. For them appropriate location. Like. All right. You tough on crime that I say, Christ some inside speaking. And that's When uncle Jim Pass that day I, wake right about that. Really bothered me. That was two days I mean like I said I remember. Like when Donnie pass away and it's been a couple of times talking like especially. The first or two talking about it. I'd cry. But then after that I'm just like Donald. Don't speak. I don't get it. You'd be okay. Yeah I can hold it in. I feel like sometimes like people give you hard time but it's almost like something that you're like it's not a bad thing just like I don't know what to do with that I don't get it. On what to do with that? Yeah. I don't know what to do the motions. where it's like when someone's crying and they have a broom and they're like happy. With I'm touching. Excel. stepbrothers hugging. So good. Shake your hand. Hug. Hugs, I'm not really that good with hugs either. Able to trust you. Don't like little spoon. Hillary try to like little spoon. nope can't do. What about good friends in Alabama Christie Criss Brett I was laying on the ground and she walked up and spooned me and I was like I can't like. It gives me the he be GBS. I can't do it and also interlacing finger handhold with another person. That's not my wife Freaks me out. No, you can't do that. It's like that's adultery. Guys of the guys are the fire department used to do it just to make me uncomfortable he'd like give me your hand and I'm. I'm pretty sure you can get pregnant. You can't do that. Unless it's you're. Own. Chicks. When was growing up, you can hold hands. Lord's prayer and you just can't. No can't do. Yeah I. Don't feel like. Like Nelson. But Still Ravage don't do. Gives. The best hugs and I've learned to accept hugs from him in in The best. No. That's kind of odd never gonNA let ran. Hug Me. David Oaks. Guess. Hunger. But I'm learning to. Needs hugs. Sensitive. Dave is sensitive. I've actually be. Sensitive. Most of the time could sense Dave advocate day we're in the bar and this was maybe a few months ago and the water was over filled like flowing out remember the hose was like overflowing the Bison thing whatever and I was like, oh I went and turned it off and so then like ten minutes later day comes and he's like rich the things overflowing your turn off and I was like, yeah, I turned it off. David goes out there I had turned bell Broadway. So it was blowing full he turns it off doesn't tell a soul I come back in I see him in like Dave did I just turn it the wrong way I think I turned the wrong way he was like, oh. Yeah. I didn't want anyone to make fun of you. So I just kept to myself. Like the nicest. Bastards I. Remember you told me that I was like shocked in our culture right here like you. To Make Fun I'm that like I didn't want anyone to make fun of you just turned it off go actually. Dave's GONNA. Learn to like look forward to his hugs though I'm. Dave. Have Hug. Hug. Give it A. Good. Chase, his chase, his sister. Her husband, he's got a little boy and. He's hilarious and he was probably maybe a little older than trice Fourth of July one time. Hugs thing. Maybe thinking this and he's like. Trying to tell him it was time to go. He Goes Hey, you know what time it is. Buddy he goes. Is it time for? Hugs their? Jokes. Up. So funny. That's Just, to give ever miss like big time Britney's hugs when she was little. Is, that was like the best full body. Is the same? Yeah, he loves. Dead, he may hook. All right. Thanks. accept. A lover he's. He's a daddy's boy and he's a lover A. Can get a hug anytime. You want me. To ask, Marlin. was like hugging and tries and. Tries to ask you for a hug all the time he's like, no no. I'm not traces hug less. Via, Prague give you. Hugs Ballad gives hugs me anybody though. To say. She's really sweet. She's like she's gotten into baby shark all. The song is so annoying but listening and seeing how fired up and funny she thinks it is and laughing the whole time goes. Slow. Every time it starts up, she starts giggling Paul. Says, help me please. Help please help me help me please. I got it I. got it. I. Got it like today. The truck I got I got it. That's what I'm trying to get her out of the truck and Lakeland wanting out of the truck and she's the slowest. Worse than a snail, she's like trying to figure out what she wants to grab onto sits down to her but and Lakeland trying to push her out finally on like come on and I set her out she was pissed. Sits down and starts crying and I'm like, all right. We're leaving you and she just sits there and cries like at first I was like shook. Right. Not. To walk back their. Third Child Independent. I got IT I. Got It all. I can do it. That's. Means do do it really high I do parachute out of your trump do it little tiny one? She's the Best I. Sweetheart silver still in one piece after the race this weekend who's fun for a running race I had a good. Time. Way better than last year last year there was no. Fitness involved I mean, obviously it was running on, but it was way more weighted to the runners geared to run. So like the movements were heavy enough to have any type of separation, it was like they compounded the running. So it was all high heart rate stuff and it was split between three people in one person could take off and keep running, which was kind of dumb. So you could basically hide somebody. I, thought. The only thing I would change is at a seventy pound dumbbell and an option. If you WANNA go heavier on the dumbbells snatch station. Yeah, you could do reps. Road climbing to like having the option for the real time would be. We'll be cool too. That was good I. Sam bag at the end was good because one fifties heavy but not unbearable. But like that, some teams that were yeah, we got lost. Haley drank a little bit. She's fine. But yeah, we sex sexy guys got lost because you're moving well, you about Scott sent me as the problem was we had China the league. He had the sandbag and there's the sign was kind of like the split was here in the sign was here signed should have been. It was right if the snatches right I wrote down. Because we actually said that to are running. We almost had like right because there was a split. Yeah. We went left and we went down and I was like this is not right and then we. Over we went back up on a trail when. Like still doesn't feel right. We ran all the way back. Remember where you ran up kind of like. A Bridge over a bridge like suspend Yup Yup, we made it back to that bridge and then had to come back all the way through and get back on the. There's a good re minutes. Haley twisted her ankle enough I was like. It's time for you to go. So me and China and chase finished the rest of the thing with three of us. All the the. Caught a couple of teams, right because the two teams past that we were in the lead by sixty eight dumbbell snatches and then we got lost was. Not Making Right. and. Then they ended up passing US and beating. US. And then when we get down to the bottom where air squats where we were at. Fifty. The. Second place team was at fifty year squads. They hadn't even started the Dumbbell. Snatch. The second place that ended up second place, but we almost caught on the dumbbell earn the same bag cleans because China just kept chipping away at her thirty and chase every once in a while was knock out a couple like two or three right and then. We chase finished are one fifty and then finished with China and then we took off but call do you think the Water Israel? Fifty degrees So it was the one, some of the cold water finish the it was there was like forty something when we started. and. It was moving water audible waterfall. Catching. My hat backwards. I. Like I came up and was like. WHO In like apparently everybody on top of the waterfall sort of laughing because it was that loud of like okay. Okay. This is real and for a split second, there's a rope there like if you needed it for a split second I was like I'm GonNa grab the Robe Knock grabbing the Started like I tried to bear in my head of. Survival stroke the whole way. I look back in China's like I could see her eyes and I was like, just don't let it pass because. He's really and I was like she's going to bury her head go nope she. Broken she's GonNa Catch me, and then I looked gave up on. Your head. Did you put your face in the water jake said he did, and then he was like. No. Actually because I saw J two and I was like he's making a mistake he's going to ensure. But then he kept trying to stick his face in the water by this'll ticker chat. Rescuers. Movie. That is a good one. The only one colder than that that I I. Yeah for the tosh thing. I actually thought I was going to die this one I was like you've got about fifteen more minutes until you're gonNA have to like. either. Be like Wim Hof breathing or free. And the pond I thought I was going to die. Across legitimately how long was the swim? Fifty Ish. It looked pretty sure. You weren't in the Waterbury long at all now. Even with your shoes on, it wasn't like panic and you're like, this is really were you guys are really happy about it after we got out of the water because I carried the sandbag around. So I, didn't swim but you guys were like all just after you got out. Good rating actually like your legs are blown up from the squats and honestly for a second I was like I'm going to cramp. Legs we're trying to go fast like we did them all on broken other than I thought I'd be seventy five but it was one hundred. So we stopped at seventy five give twenty five morons like. And so. We did another twenty five and the jumped in and I was like. Oh. I'M GONNA DIE GONNA drown here I think there's benefits going to really cold water. That's what I was telling them like the hormone release actually in your body when you hit water that cold. Problem with to house right now. So justification you do anything really important right now let's see. Got About another couple minutes before it's luck gut stronger after that. He did I'm not joking picked it up and started doing. You waited for him, right? Yeah. Okay. So just went ahead and kept going. To, walk up those hills I wish I have. To China Mike how are we going to catch chase? We're going to never caught him. So we ran the whole bulk. I would not have had to wait. No. To the bag waited you couldn't get any movements Asks you know like shout out Jim by the way who has had zero time to do any sort of running training. Needed to running workouts. To run where there was flying like the fire and gyms is was like I'm taking soul today and I was like. Silver. I did let the competitive come on a little bit but let's be. Let's be honest like you jake did carry the sandbag between the view the whole time and I didn't care it. Running slowly Jacob we're trying to sprint. We were trying to run like fast. It was cool. I just got to try to stay with everybody and that's the most fun I've had in a long time. Super Spread Much more fun. Yeah. Gosh Yeah. Eat Good. Running down to the gorgeous was really cool. School Brian a hard time you gotta give him props that whole thing was awesome. Raise a lot of good money for a good cause and that's just fun to get out like that. You know do that. Speak Enough It was I mean if you could just go off of. It was like twenty thousand dollars to start. Awesome Good time that was cool. Easy trip to hours. You're there or two, forty, five really. Having so much even know and I'm like Jim Hours. Okay. I'm full disclosure I was drunk all the way they're. Just kidding. That's a joke. A JOKE Yeah it was fun like I said the year before it was good but it was very this. I felt like it was a good balance of running and some other fitness where last year it was all running. It was all body weight stuff kettlebells. I think fifty three pounds. Had Keg tosses over and we did wall balls Keg toss over but the Keg was like a cache twenty, five pounds. Yelich really skinny that keg gave throw it over. It wasn't terrible. Burgis was another one and then box Jim. Boettger. So there was no like real separator at anything and you to carry these the worst part. Honestly last year was carrying. You had to carry these sandbag that were in like. Bags that you would get at the grocery store this cloth bags. And sand filled with that yet a cure it up that jeep hill that they carried the played up, which was that was actually really hard that hill was couldn't find a place to like comfortable I finally ended up like getting barely my fingertips on the. It was hard. For me to. I was super tired both. Hardware. The wall balls at the beginning it was hard to just get some depth at first and then chase at the end was like launching it like three feet over. Step back and push it over it was. That was the hardest part. Honestly, but they weren't hard because you get a lot of rest fifty. You just push it over your wait a second push it. We made a good ground there. Was it was awkward because your feet weren't. Catch. A little bit. Try to Hayley chase the ball down. The Hill a couple of times. What's weird because you like in a wobble, you're thinking throw it up, and this is actually once I started throwing it at an angle to go over there was fine the first couple of prison I kept hitting limit knock each other unconscious and it was like, okay I'm not going to get hit in the face with this thing anymore I'm going to learn and throw it over because poor thing like she's like rolling down the hill I did take one of those really awkward lady came down it was. Like my hands let it fall grab it. There was more only had one of those. Chase because there was one side of the had a little lip on the backside and he was doing it to that side of my side and so it would hit just come off. Weird. Sometimes you mellow Jake Locker is most of the time like this is really honestly one of the first times I've seen like. I'm not being critical. No, he's strong in the guy moves well, but he was competitive. During the wall balls I mean I was looking at his face and he's like come on, you're doing good. Let's go. Pushing like, okay this is happening. We're we're moving today are. Those roads were super easy to climb to. Sin Working. Sticky Sticky squeaky. That's what somebody Scott. Allowed US ropes over. The sound I just like the were. You know I did I mean props you obviously for programming I was talking to Jim like me, and if all obstacle races were actually not saying, they're not test fitness, but it's usually like crawl under barbed wire or do this or that whereas I felt like this challenged you so much as your heart rate. So high from the running but you're transitioning into a movement where like you know g pillar the wall buzzer at the dumbbells like you have to be able to like buffer lack the gas like it was just a true fitness. Gosh. Sandbag added a little bit of. Thing to do. That's that's. Most of the Times I ca- carried the sandbag where only. Chases pass through the sand bags. So most of the time when we were either running downhill or doing stuff, he had the same bag because he's so much faster but anything uphill try to give them a break. I was like, give it here. So there was that one in the gorge he had like was all ruts and stuff I was like all right I. got it. I. Didn't run it I mean. Even with. Jack, your rate immediately the hill up to those dumbbells snatches, tear. I was hurting your just like waiting for the standard counting year at the next station was like police number soon, police say numbers soon I was breathing so loud I could hardly stand myself. Some fifteen feet behind you guys. The best part of my life. Gauge was at like physically by the sound of their breathing. Thought was. More close they were to yeah. It's cool to a bunch of members that it's. So Great Kendrew a had the worst time on the planet. They apparently got lost point. And then she got stung by. Yellow jackets and then cramped up in the water. All kinds of. Fun Okay. I'm proud of them. Because there was nothing easy about like you that was challenging. Good Challenge Oh. Yeah. I saw in kinder- the day before. Jennifer so nervous General Ceron and she and with her weight vests all the time like, what are you complaining about? All those movements she likes to. She loves wall balls. Yeah. They were physically very. Sandbag you gotTa Carry Twenty Five Pounds. Listen. Enough to like. I. Thought it was a good ad though. I liked that sandbag it made us so you could like the. Like grab it. Yeah. What? Feed Zach Beats we have a couple of those the army. Yeah like those. Actually fill them a couple extra. High what were they filled with? Just regular standard is rogue like fancy. Fancy. Similar thing. It's just regular life contractor sand. What'd you think that? Is Cool. Like you can't really gauge anybody that time wise and from a filming or. Viewing, perspective. It's it's like tuna hours get through it filming feeling every that came through. started the finish line work my way through. And I got lost three times. Lasso maybe more marketing is the horse. One time there was like A. I guess coming from the way you're supposed to it would have been like coming up a road and then to the right like pretty early on. I think after the initial start the PAP- start. We'll not coming from the. Back end of it. I was going with that trail and I came to that road, and then there's a trail directly across from it and I was like. Okay. So I went down that and then it splits right there and I was like man I don't know if to go left or straight sign anywhere. But there was a sign out on the road and it's OK well, assume. I went straight for like. The. I'm half mile. Walk into. A while and then I was like like this definitely is right back down the other trill for probably not probably tuner meters and then I saw teams run up the road. Is supposed to go up the road. So there was a good. Yeah we need more we need to have marking between. Classic. In what that? Way Over Mark Classic. Under March. The space shuttle. Those rocks were really sketchy. You probably didn't see him like the ones the person who didn't swim how to go back around the gorge down there. I guess you probably saw those rocks Columbia over those rocks saints we're wild. I think Iran is almost like. Walking they didn't really needed run though because he was. So you're so far ahead of. The best part for me was like all the rocks is I felt like he could athletic move and I think it adds yeah. Awesome. Don't look down. Don't move forward and get to the next thing as fast as you can. You know it sounds silly but there is like actually a tremendous amount of athleticism moving through rocks there is so much. I serve remember that like it was like regionals my first year here in two thousand fifteen and you took that falls. By the hell. We had to jump off the side of cliff richest the week before he. Can Be Fun we like jumped off a split in the water was like okay and it's been an interesting day and walking through the rocks and I remember that first time through I was like. Going, to like a little more agile here. So. Same thing but bigger rocks used. Wildlife trail running so much better because it's actually some athleticism. Pounding payment. It'll be salty but. Somebody. Shut Gate. Story Tell Brian Somebody, just complained to Brian. I'M GONNA say it like it is guy was backwaters redneck I don't know who was like. Mob boss says nobody's supposed to be coming up that part of the trail and they shut the gate and there was another team standing there and it looked like it was locked in. We're all. Have not like why would you try to go through a gate with a lock on it during a race that doesn't make any sense at eight feet on the other side of the fence was the sign that says, legends falls race this way we're standing there we lost a solid minute. They're easy little salty about that. Then, we realized that wasn't locked in the chain. He just looped the chain over in, put it on the side of the fence. So we unlocked it and he was like Motel Ball. Go on vk do I'm tell my mom. My Dad. Your. Time. Next year it'd be back where we have been time-wise fifty three minutes. Conspiracies anything. You want to discuss what about trump you think think he really has cope with. No No. I don't want to make light of the situation. Yeah. Somebody. Yeah but not to make light of it but I seriously now there's just so much bs that goes on now I wonder if it's true or not I don't know I mean, what do you believe anymore? I don't know mean. Holy. Smokes. Jesus he's the only reason I would believe that he. Was your master. What am I supposed to say? Endgame. Chris Pratt, which is good because he's also Christian but he had a speech long before like he came out and see it covered that there's a lot of rich people who are upset at him. He had a lot of enemies and using going for a while and then gets covid is going away. Did you see that he kind of did like a little parade? Did you see that Ben Yeah and people? Drove by. He's in a car right wearing a mask. In a car people were mad. So weird living in some seriously weird times twenty twenty was weird or is a weird years. Yeah don't you think? I mean it's been good. There's so many good things that have happened to all of us, and there's been some silver linings for sure but it's been whereas an overview. Yeah. Two thousand, twenty. Weird. I I mean I think he's got Kobe. Did you see the press conference? The today? No. Oh Man. There's like eight to ten doctors out front of wall. It was just really weird like the questions. The president taken oxygen he's like he's not on oxygen currently. Yeah. But did he take oxygen yesterday walking? Saturday. He didn't take oxygen yesterday. And no, he didn't take oxygen yesterday does he? He is not taken oxygen. Saturation. level. Good. At. Any point. I, think ninety six what here's like. He's like the present super healthy other than being overweight and has high blood pressure. Probably, definitely has it but the questions they just yelling at you like you think trump like exercises at all. Six three to forty four. That's a big. Do blaster doesn't exercise. He eats McDonalds a lot and he drinks diet coke a lot. He likes big Mac. He really likes his big Mac really big Mac that's what it was and then eats catch up on steak which you are. Okay with yeah. I. Had a steak at Char with ketchup. Friday night was awesome. Graduate twelve ounce whereby medium. Well like pentium. In burn with. Questioning a lot of your life decisions these. Well. Maybe there's something there. We. Need to figure that out. I was okay with Ketchup and now medium. This love it. Mistakes not good but grizzled and oh I like the edges. crispy. Like. Fat. crispy. Want not. A good sear about that long and then gone. Okay. How was that? Butcher box meat is really good. Actually I was curious Yeah. They were good. Really good. Actually, I've had a couple of boxes that. The meats usually really good out of there. They'd be like a little variety to. Super affordable compared to like if you're actually buying grasp better hormone-free like chicken and beef until the end the chickens gray. This. Obviously, a freshman going to be a little bit better. But like their sirloin tips are excellent, they're bacon. Awesome. There's one thing that I feel like they need to work on constructive criticism because I love what your box and I get it every month and For No, like it's. Yeah. They're. Not Good. Grow anything they have ground because I did their grabby in the ground bison it so dr not the right texture tried it's probably super leaners spicy reliever. How much you spend on this what's it cost to get a box of two hundred bucks a month right minds one, forty, nine and I it's full of own if you do i. MISSED IT October four th you get free two pounds of free ground beef. Tomorrow. Day. Six pounds of chicken. So I get three, six, one pound things chicken I get two things of ground beef I get a thing of filet a thing of Sirloin tips. A. Pack. Thank you container. To not things packages of Bacon, and then once a month I'll give you like a free thing. So like last month pork, the other one they're scooby something this month packing. Lots of things over. All good things? It's A ton of money on buying organic, you put it in the freezer and then just whatever you. Eat, I should probably up my order but I don't know I haven't actually have one more day maybe they do salmon and stuff to they do like. US. Good. To look go wichita anyone meets sponsored the race, right? Yes. They sponsored the video, the video coal your next butcher box will be build tomorrow Let's see her well, that's pretty much it mayhem athlete. All kinds of stuff going on if you want to join us in workouts, check Ma'am athlete. Jump on we've got a bunch of gear out Camo gear head to chemo pants on earlier. I go a little little smaller than usual. Where does worse? Pants. I like my joggers titus along joggers. smalls. Is that into the storm had out I have those yet I was going to say. It's a good hat patch. We those great a gray ones my favorite but I don't like this style does the one twelve, one twelve. Thirteen where does it say because I love this? That's the one twelve. That's new by the way a new lucky hat, the one twelve cups your head whereas the one fifteen kind of sits up little alker more one twelve as a more trucker in the fifteen lower-profile. So. This is my lucky hat because I you made it through survived the race with. Crash. I don't want to get rid of it now. Mayhem mindset. We're killing open enrollment. Yep. There's lots of people jumping in doing well, jump on time water's fine. To. It was fine. It was just called her. This episode brought to you add free. League may mindset brody farms there you go. Peace.

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Tim and Tom Solve Your Problems For The Umpteenth Time

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Tim and Tom Solve Your Problems For The Umpteenth Time

"This is a head gone podcast. Hey London just a reminder. We're coming to you in September for the London. podcast festival and tickets are on sale now. They're going very fast asked him. They tell us things like that. If they were selling real fast they would email us and they have no. They have September thirteenth. That's a Friday Friday. The thirteenth is going to go and find out Saturday. The fourteenth the less spooky for the cowards words out there the the show on the fourteenth. Both shows are different. Both shows are free. They're not they cost but you guess what you can go. Hey but they're still affordable. They're affordable so go hit multiple payment mm-hmm implants available. It's part of the London podcast festival at Kings Place. We do it every year. We'd love to see their T._C.. G. T. E. DOT com slash live for tickets he London come on out Doc. Hello and welcome to the League. I'd everything podcast but everything. I'm your host Tim. We can't tell you what we're laughing about Tim. Tim gave me a a strict but fair rule. You were talking about them. That's not suitable for the beginning of this Bra. Now maybe later on it will come up naturally an organic exactly. How are you doing this week Tim? Tom I'm doing great. It's hot out out in the in the city a hot town summer in the city bag my neck getting boils and gritty yeah boils getting boiled like in boiling proverbial peanut. Yeah I ever get a sun poisoning. Oh it's bad your skin boils. Yeah you get bubbles. I stay out of the sun and sleep in a coffin Calvin. Dracula's Dave Navarro does he who'll right wow is he still marry is is going to be my question. I hope so those two crazy kids can't make it who can't do you think she would sleep in the coffin with him. Is this like a stand up bit from nineteen ninety eight doing here. I don't know I mean can can you get yeah. I'm sure if he got Dave Navarro Mugniyah coffin bill for two <hes>. Oh I'd like to be buried in a coffin bill for two three buried at a cop and you're GONNA get buried. No throw me in the trash. They say cares the dogs yeah. I'd like a bunch of feral cats to feast on dumpster in Catholic start fighting over it like when you hear very you know in the middle of the night his body yeah yeah you stand up and salute filed for no I think I'd like to be cremated or buried at sea buried it see I don't think anybody should be able to be buried at sea huge yeah but they got a sale so far from the shore otherwise you're going to wash up and scare. All the Children Guy get past the breakers yeah. I'd like Billy Joel To Bury me at C. O. out on his boat yet bring the down Easter Alexa Nice during during a big storm and he's cease fighting a wheel but he's like no. I've got a bury my friend. He's got a bigger one of those big yellow rain jackets on he's getting blown. I got the hat the yellow hat and collages yeah. Well look like an asshole Hayes. Billy Joel is GonNa look like an asshole. He looks like a weird like he's a good man. I'm not gonNA say anything anyway. Yeah it summer todd out but guess what the rest of the work never ends for us. We're GONNA two guys. You'll never find sleeping in a coffin bill for to us us. You'll never find me sleeping now. We are always working. I'm always awake. We record which is why I'm planning for my death very soon record one hundred sixty eight episodes of this show every week and only put out the best one yeah. It's actually spliced together from the top three takes yeah. That's why there are breaks our sir a week one hundred sixty eight now is that maybe well there's. There's no way to know Tom. How many hours a week wow wow town smart smart as a computer? That's what they say about me you. Hey you should marry sears human with her Syria. Will you marry me. She doesn't have a pithy response to that Syria. Will you marry me. DOC series. Never GonNa work for you again. She laughed. Oh no I took a swaying exactly swing for the fences. Look you gotta take risks in life. Sometimes they don't pay off. Sometimes you're virtual assistant just packs up and leaves creeper out Alexa. Will you marry me. I'm sure the Mike didn't pick that up from my living room. She said she likes a relationship. The way it is Jeez Jeez Elise really down on my luck this nation making I dream of Jeannie home assistant re Sajeeni yeah and it's got a WHO played genie. What was her name Lady? There's no reason to people our age should know I dream of GEE now. Dick Bjorkman Dick Sargent played the house and I know that <hes> Samantha on bewitched which Elizabeth Montgomery and that was the classy version of I dream of Oh yeah I was thinking of bewitched when you said I dream of Jeannie Lives Elizabeth with Montgomery. What a knockout yeah freely? He was an activist. Well she yeah she's going to the coolest lady who ever lived and a wintershall one of the people who ever lived Tom. Wow how progressive of you tim you've really come a long way since the nineteen fifties when that show was on and you were you said women shouldn't be in T._v.. Shows because she wore pants on an episode. Oh my God and you remember that you you smashed the T._v.. He Yeah Anyway I was the one writing the letters about making sure that they never pushed lucy and ricky beds together on. I Love Lucy Yeah. You're like a keep those beds separate just like the coffins exactly they're all for a two person coffin but not a two-person bed know that scandal is a married couple sleeping in a bed he think he'd ever by king sized size bed. You know what what about a California king will. I don't need a California King Tom. I'm about five foot ten yeah. The only thing is it's longer right now. I think it's a little wider to enough. That's true. There's no in California Taller. Is that why it's a California king now. I think people from California dislike to stretch out a lot because they're selfish. I need self care. I'm going to reserve a lot of room in my bed to stretch out out reserve. What kind of weird system you have going on at your house at the reserve spins? Though you know you you have some extra space there reserve it in your room as Abed yeah to stretch out on saying anything to keep us. He didn't need a California King. He's he's kind of a little guy right. He himself a California King. Exactly anybody sees it as a California King. Doesn't he say that Song Long Bird California's two thousand nine hundred feet above sea level California king right how tall it then he keyed us. Wasn't it told me how how thou forty years. He's he's economists Kenya California Tom. Oh wait no. I'll never get a king size bed. Why not because I don't need it? I don't eat whenever I'm in a hotel. Jonah king sized bed loss honestly just feels too weird. I've too much real estate. There and I'm not one of these guys that tosses and turns and my wife doesn't toss and turn either we fall asleep in a place and we stay there. God damnit yeah rushing around like psychopaths. I don't think I thrash around in my sleep but I got a weighted blanket. Yeah and I can't really sleep with it on. I feel too restricted yeah. I don't think I think anybody that sleeps with a weighted blanket. Let's get them out of here. Bury them at sea prematurely wrap that waited around Eddyville push him up right you may be I may be right. He says no in this case pushing you over yeah right right Tom. I think you're crazy. We're GONNA solve some problems today. We've broken format a little its problems of and we hear the complete guide to every you go. Hey Tom this like an old time episode just doing some free form jazz at the beginning yeah we this. Do you want to have some problems man. If you have a problem that you'd like to solve in the future we if you mail it in right now. We're probably not going to get in on this at the end of it all right. Try the complete guide to everything at G MAIL DOT com. That's an email address email address. Send us an email right out your problem in English is neither of us can read or speak any other language read a little Spanish. Can you read it phonetically. No I could understand it. I can understand reading it more than I can't hearing it same now and both of us only only took seven years of of of <hes> Spanish in high school and college like maybe get the gist of something if you write it in like incredibly proper span and the words are mostly words the English word to use perfect punctuation grammar but very simple words and then I can maybe get the gist of it yeah well irrelevant. Nobody's <hes> sent in a question in Spanish yet by the end of the episode we who knows <hes> Tom. Do you WanNa play the theme song every every time every time. It's a very long theme song you WanNa play right now sure yeah. I would agree. Hey welcome to Tim. I'm Tim I'm Tom. We're going to sell from Tom. This first one comes from Teddy Okay and <hes> he didn't say this. Mr Bean's little bare this this appears to be an actual human then is it from Mr Bean on behalf of his bare teddy. What was Mr Bean's jeans first name Berg he had a I? I tell my Roku device yeah. That's how I use open pit and that ad happened yet but that's a nice little ev. Even though I paid for it and I bought it they put ads for things on the broke. Yeah looping fits agree company. It's a little upsetting paid for this box advertised me but they they always advertise this movie starring Rohan Atkinson Johnny English no it Johnny English strikes again they ruin Atkinson is serious as hell emitting one serious as something like that they're they're just like a picture of Rowe and Atkinson. Mr Bean worked in serious can so serious but is it real funny because he's looking like never two million years like hey Mr bean is doing the opposite opposite of what you want Mr Bean to do yeah you want to buy this movie will he. <hes> that's how he met his <hes> his current wife in a play he was doing a play on the West End. He shouldn't be allowed. I took place. He seems like a nice man but very good driver is like into race cars. That makes me like I'm less like racecar. People do any RACECAR PEOPLE I've ever met in my actual life them then pretty cool. I was walking down the street. It just don't like the Nascar Rallies Yeah seems too loud and scary. I was walking down the street st today. I have a feeling maybe it was related to <hes>. We just said the ticker tape parade for the U._S.. Women's national soccer team aiming the heroes the champions of the World Cup yeah taking place in faults. Wow you don't speak French yeah. These women won every game they played did they didn't they tim they won. I know but you can lose a game and still so you can. It's not like a round robin the plead they won every game they ever played <hes> maybe with the current lineup who knows I'm just asking questions but I think it might have been related to that. A parade happened to like Mercedes. Race cars drove past me and I think they do with a soccer team. No because one was like a pace car it's at pace car on and so he's he's kind of so it wasn't like a like Oh. This is somebody's tooling around town car. <hes> this is here for some event. <hes> was pushed my take away these two cars. I think immediate instantly turned me into a car person and they were so cool seductive. You're all I was seduced anyway. I asked that one lady she wanted to come down onto our podcast extent. I'm not gonNA come on your fucking podcast <hes> Megan wrapping. Oh Yeah REPEA- no Tino wrapping Rappeneau Piano Tom you asked her and she said come on your fucking podcast wow. When did you have the opportunity to ask her? It was <hes> earlier. This problem comes from Teddy. He writes hate him and Tom. He just seems like a Guy Oh he he he <hes> he describes himself. I recently run into an uncomfortable scenario which has left me lost in the dark metaphorically. I think I'm your run of the mill average thirty year old white male okay cancelled right. Let's cancel Teddy. TEDDY TEDDY'S CANCELS TEDDY GET OUTTA here you cancelled. I'm the definition of basic okay and plane right. I drive a Honda Accord working nine to five office job and consider going to target a night out in fact a quick bing search of plane will reveal a piece of white paper plain cream cheese plain cream cheese less Bagel Anne hathaway in me. Listen man don't Trae Anne Hathaway to the Anne hathaway famous Oscar winning actress. She was cat woman one time yeah it's fine. She's not playing. She's a she's a talented <hes> very interesting person Teddy Eddie plain and tall tall. You know this is a he's. He's on the track to actually get cancelled disrespecting Anne hathaway people. You know what people think. It's fun to Diss A._M.. Hathaway you know what it's not I. I still have a crush on Anne hathaway. Well I don't I don't need to see her as a sex object like you to appreciate the fact that she's a talented and seemingly you jump to conclusions. It's a man crush classic man crush from your mind be friends with her. Tom The technically we record this podcast in your man Cave freight yeah room in your home that just has like a bunch of like the arrested development style toys in it right but not not actually license the rest of Comic Book Toys in here <hes> weird gadgets and stuff. You know this the printer yeah this is. This is classic Man Cave now. I gotta come to your man Cave week after week to do this yeah hey man let me coming descend into the bowels of my man. Cave Man Cave has to be a basement in my opinion well well. You don't have a basement I know so I don't have a man cave. You have a man. This is my man parlor however recently I've been crowned as the quote office influence her basic teddy. Here's an office influence or it all started with a pair of wireless headphones. I bought man sounds like he works at a basic office to Mike Co Workers asked me where I got them and I told them on Amazon the plane people shopping choice one week later five of them had the exact same pair then I started to do a fasting diet to lose some weight and my co workers asked what I was doing by the next week. Three of my co workers were for doing the same fasting diet probably because he body shame them into hey. It sounds like that caught on fast the fast fast. It sounds like it caught on quickly would be yeah yeah but that's not you know what that is a joke. If it's not GonNa be fucking joke then you're saying caught on quickly very it caught on fast and it's like you know and that's fast and fast the they've rhyme. I also started eating Caesar Salad every day for lunch because I'm basic my co workers asked if it's homemade and I told them no I buy bagged the bag. Caesar your salad kits and the next week four of my co workers were eating Caesar Salad for lunch. This has caught on in my colleagues. Now have publicly dubbed me the office influencers tenny works at a company full of the shape shifting alien preparing to take over the earth and teddy doesn't know he's only human that works there and they're like what are you eating human. We will lead to assimilate into your culture however I'm terrified that there's new responsibility is going to go to he's going to go to my head and spiral my professional life out of control. Do I continue to just be myself and let people follow my plane lead or do I wield this power and manipulate my colleagues to further myself myself professionally and financially. I don't know how this would money. Please help is I feel paralyzed drunk with power sincerely teddy the office influence her well first off. I hope he told old his co workers that he bought those headphones at T._C.. G._T. dot com slash Amazon yeah because otherwise head he's making his teddy's going to profit from this then we need to profit as well yeah or what you should do is get yourself a a referral code from Amazon. I was GONNA go one step further and say teddy should get into Amway. Oh yeah either amway or one of those skin-care thing yeah. What's the what's that it's like nutritious something yeah neutral life yeah something like that which as far as we know they're all on the up and up and that I think like the S._e._C.'s pyramid scheme? What do they call l.? A. Pyramid scheme now ponzi scheme no no no no no no <hes> multilevel marketing yeah. You should get them roped into this look Teddy. You're not going to be the office influence her forever. I didn't have a we we don't have a chance to to question you. Yeah well the problem with <hes> you know it depends because multi-level marketing he needs to he needs them to also be influential to their peer groups else. No it doesn't matter to him is he's just getting the fees for well then don't give amway cut. You know do your own thing. Start Your own multi level Marketing Inc.. I if you have that much power depending on it seems like I don't know how much crossover there is but like four people are doing this. Three people are doing this. They're all the same yeah. It's the same like four dudes. They're just said this obsessed with. You and you probably watch out for them. 'CAUSE THEY'RE GONNA try to. They're going to try to be you. Yeah your skin around like leather face or get them <hes> get them mixed up in something that makes him regret it. How would that benefit teddy like <hes> like insurance scheme insurance scam or like a bank robbery something like that? Oh yeah use them as kind of like cannon fodder for something bad that you're GonNa do yeah use them as patsies yeah all right yeah right <hes> you know the joker had all those those like henchmen yeah become a joker like figure in with organized crime yeah and let these guys be Your Fall Guy Yeah I'm. Be Your patsies Tom. I suspect that Teddy <hes> is probably one of the younger folk in the office. If he's thirty he's thirty Oh never mind. I don't know it depends pens on is he. The one like Oh. I'll do it Ted. He's doing because he he's got his finger on the pulse more than I do. You know yeah some flavor of the week. They're gonNA come in as soon as he's gone for. The month of hey depends on often. You're switching out the flavors. I it could be that everybody's like maybe thirty five forty and teddy's seen as like young but not that's a young these in idiot. If some twenty-three-year-old students up let me get in on what you're doing is probably smart and warned by years of <hes> accruing knowledge. Yeah you're dumb shit. Are you doing tell I I wanna hear about it so I can laugh but just for me. I want to hear about it so I could be Kinda scared of it dub step and now there's a form of step dancing but but yeah I could see that being the case that everybody's a little older than teddy and they think teddy who according to him is a real dip has got his finger on the pulse and they think that they're being cool insurance eating Caesar Salad's it's nothing wireless headphones I mean these are things that are available in like amy store you buy headphones or any store that has food offers both of these options. These are not dramatically new. Do things yeah I think Teddy's a little full of them say hey you're a good guy or you nagging teddy so that we can get teddy on our scheme and then he gets them down and why don't we start a multi level marketing scheme. I thought that was the whole point of this. I thought Teddy was going to start one. Oh Yeah but I'm saying for us for US yeah and then we roll it out. What kind of crimes could he commit with? These four are two eight depends on where he works he could he committed like a lot white collar crime at work. Take this outside of the office really test their allegiance if if look if they'll follow you outside of the AH the office and it's time to maybe start a religion or a cult or something yeah maybe you're onto something yeah. Keep pushing the boundaries see how far you can get them to go because at some point like hey maybe you're more charismatic than you ever thought. Maybe maybe some plain white canceled guys is just the Messiah some some a certain amount a certain subset of the population the actually we're seeing that right now plain white canceled guy <hes> guys are foreman mobs everywhere yeah you use yours for good or at least for your own personal gain instead of to like bring down society. Uh Be the new pouring Charles Manson yeah we're. I don't know what would what would a more wholesome Charles Manson do not kill kill Sharon Tate and Sharon her of the new the new one is Shannon teeth. Don't kill anybody anybody to kill anybody. Murders actively discourage your followers for your followers for murder. Do not murder anyone yourself Talamona murder anybody imply that it might be cool and bad ass and that they'll make movies about you for decades to come yeah if you just murder people like regardless of what you decide to do Teddy. If you get some money from the kick it up up to yeah yeah. Remember where your bread and butter yeah. We need a taste remember. Who gives you all this good advice? Get you on cancelled. People are eating out of our hands right problem South Tim problem number two problem problem number two time for a problem okay. I mean the whole of it says the time for a problem. There's is ever a time for an there's never a good time for a problem now. This guy says his name is Ben. Okay and I don't know if that's his real name or not but we're going say not to use it. Yeah look some people to you know they give fake names and I think if such specific plan look our discourage specifics because that's usually what we're lacking in these specifics but some people give so that's usually used to drag you yeah but some people give such specific and then they're like don't use my name. It's like look brother. Somebody's listening to this. They're gonNA figure out who it is <hes>. I don't know that I like Ben's attitude well. Let's see the subject line is problem perfect problem so far so good capital P. period food after without all that nonsense Chit Chat Call Me Ben. I'll make this one. I'll make this a quick one so you'll have more time to wind not solve anything. WHOA bend pendulous citizen or place Yeah Ben Tom You're going to see Ben is cool? Guy Starts Off. I'm sorry Tim you'll hate this. Okay Nice talking to me me and my girlfriend. This is Ben me and my girlfriend heavy a lot of six like eight times a week. We're also quite loud. During the code is that every day and twice on Sundays probably Sunday matinee this fall. I'll be moving into a flat lack with four buddies most of them cool most of them. They're not all cool like then like eight times a week sex ban over here. There's one guy who's the turtle that we all just shit on drives US around no turtle turtle gut Crapton Johnny drama. He got crept even more. That's true that entourage gang. They're a bunch of toxic group of men yeah. They asked me however I feel most fear are loud. Sex will be bothersome to my friends. She doesn't live with me but close so we hang out at my place all the time. Okay cutting back on the bed. Bumping Ding is not an option to him nor is moving or breaking up Tom. He thinks he he knows exactly what we're going to say right. How do I address this? Do I tell my friends up top that there will be a bit of a quote note calling for the whales from my room. That's not that's not a freeze calling for the whales. WHO's calling a man or other whales? I think maybe men calling of bewails is still doesn't make sense 'cause like Wales. Go like ou doing say anything until they uncomfortably make a comment where in our early twenties if that matters to you old the people. This guy fucking sucks Ben P._S.. I might have sounded mad writing this. I was listening to the Steven Spielberg episode and Tom What's driving me mad P. P. S. as a side note on the subject of the birds birds and the bees. How do you feel about love making in common areas of the flat again Ben? I mean this feels a little trolley. I think Ben Sucks lovemaking in the commentaries of the flat. Look if you're living with four other dudes roll up and get your own fucking plays such a young idiot. I was GONNA say if you're living with four other dudes. You WanNa have sex in the commonplaces. I hope you've got a good doctor. 'cause you're gonNA catch something don't do that. That's I mean this. Whole thing is moving in together? He frigging loser. Get a better life than when we were young we live with you know you you live with a bunch of people yeah but here's the thing loser shithead that road into podcasts advice figure things out by myself. I mean versa if your girlfriend's playing on spending a lot of time at your place does she live with eight roommates well. How is this a better option Benza coward? He's he can't do. What do we do this or your? Is he so afraid yeah you can do to my house. I guess it's girlfriend pushes them around. I bet she doesn't even like him. Now I bet she's just <hes> having sex with them so often because he's bad at it and she wants to get get a lot of material to go back to her. Her friends me like you wouldn't believe this guy is so bad at sex that I had to gather all this material the material to tell you exactly how bad he is. He needs to do it eight times just to get it right. Barely gets it right and barely gets right yeah. I mean get get over yourself. That's that's the whole thing right. It's like if you like having loud sex. That's cool. You can't do that when you live with four other people either. You need to get your own place which is going to be hard if you're that young the or your roommates are GonNa hate you. Yeah it's fine. They probably like based on how you address <hes> strangers that I'm sure they already hate you or they also sucked based on how you address wise elders yeah with a lack of respect yeah. It's frankly horrifying yeah yeah. They probably hey you. He's like a most of these guys are cool. These guys aren't like all tight. It seems like on your look. It's a matter of time you're the puck man have you. You don't know what that means because you weren't bored when the Real World San Francisco is out but you're you're setting yourself up to proudly be the puck and that's what puck did did. He came into the situation. It's like no but I'm a rebel. You can't stop me. I'm GONNA do like cool bed s things and everybody just hated them and finally there's like a kid outta here. We all hate. You and this isn't just going to happen with your roommates. There's going to happen in eventually with your with your girlfriend when she advises up. Get her see midsummer. She'll she'll she'll kick you to the curb right. Quick <hes> it's going to happen in any employment situation <hes> family to probably get sick. You're dumb shit so either shape up or ship out Ben Yeah. I was GONNA say the idea. This is the response. Depend hands the idea of being quote unquote bad ass roommate. Come on man living with other people. Suck Shit Yeah but it's necessary in a lot of cases anything you. If your life was so good you wouldn't have four other roommates. Slow your roll. No He's like jealous of your life. Anything you can do tell like not ah make everybody's no matter how big this place is. You guys are on top of each other to begin with anything. You're doing look no no like my girl for insulin to open me then. That's his new voice. He said Flat Tim so he's English. I presume yeah but any anything you're doing to make just shit more horrible for everybody else just unnecessary. You're not impressing anybody. You're not impressing your girlfriend. I can imagine this girlfriend being like hey come on. Stop hooping and hollering while while everybody's <hes> you know trying to have a nice his family meal out there yeah and the couples that are all like I don't care we do this and you're going to have to deal with it. Every Mike Gates you. Everybody hates you and in the people that are like <hes> oh everybody's just jealous. It's like now. That's usually the gross looking couple things nobody. Everybody's always looking at those couple saying like well. I'm glad the found somebody to have sex with them because I didn't imagine that was that'd be possible but they've also got a relies or does get a or the ball gags yeah some Paul gags up you know. Bring a little spice into your into the bedroom. They keep everybody quiet yeah. Don't do that thing where it's like. Oh wait for my should. I wait for them to awkwardly like should I put them in a real awkward situation. They're going to bring that up when they tell you that they're kicking you out. 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It's getting more wholesome question. This one comes from Austin. Not This city the man. Would you say you're a pervert. That was like we do this question. You're visibly aroused Tom. Tom I wasn't was eight at the time but that's not true holy Moly Ben Guy He's driving all this filth fatty putting a wedge between us now. Oh God maybe his his master plan was to end this thing once and for all yeah not a bad this comes from Austin the city no the man hi hi Tim Tom. I'm reaching out to you from the mountains of Wyoming Boston Wyoming sure it's in Texas. I feel that I have too many hobbies. I get overwhelmed with. What are you laughing at? Yeah Yeah tiffany hobbies and will happen at that. I get overwhelmed with what I want to do that most times. I never get anything done he. He fucked up that sentence that wasn't me. It sounds like you. I'll I'll read it verbatim. I get overwhelmed with what I want to do that most times they never get anything done them done. Yeah Wow when idiot maybe you should pick up a new hobby learning English next question all the hobbies. I have very time consuming in exam in an example. This guy might not be <hes> you know this is first language. Although Wyoming is just all people right eight white people can speak other languages and come from other places to Tom Not in my experience of the hobbies. I have a very time consuming for example building a race car in the garage like dealer Tom Whoa playing guitar in a band all right like frigging Van Halen Yeah I was trying to think of another ten who plays who's a tim run their team in the rolling stones harassment. No Tim Tyler is that the lead singer harassment Steven Tyler and he doesn't play the guitar. He plays it sometimes no he doesn't yeah he we've had this argument on the show. <hes> you pulled up a pig like a press photo where he commandeered guitar and it was like licking it or something that's not that's not playing guitar in working on fitness goals like Tim Tebow Talk. I also enjoy leather working like me to shooting or you enjoy working in let let's say right wasn't really leather-working shooting hunting sewing building guitars and have even attempted brewing. which is the least weird thing which I'd like to give another go but I feel like there are so many things on my list? I have no idea where to start. How how can I best manage my time or prioritize so that I can accomplish some progress on my projects while maintaining my sanity? Thank you guys for so much. Oh thank you guys so much for the content Yeah Austin P._S.. I know you've got at least three other fans out here in Wyoming even the population. I think you guys are pretty good on December the population. Well let me first off say that <hes> boy the the people working at Teddy's or office are lucky. Awesome doesn't work there because they have trouble keeping up. It'd be busy as bees yeah. It'd be dropping like flies yeah leatherwork punching holes in leather. I think tall yeah that's exactly what I was thinking with an all but he also hunt so maybe he likes tans leather and then he punches holes. The gun play scares me <hes> Wyoming and there's nothing else to do this in the mountains with guns. I WanNa know what Austin is doing. This seems like a lot of stuff but that's all you're doing now. I'm I'm sure you works like a job to maybe he doesn't you think he's independently wealthy. He might live off the land yeah well then if he lives off the living off the land tough man yeah take it from me a lot of stuff you gotta do he discovered the survivals doesn't live off the land by building. How is he going to get around to Lizzie built? Note cards sees even like a Formula One race car zipping around the woods taunting dear whatever yeah extremely loud car yeah strap in the deer onto like no offender that scares the deer off but they run off and you catch up to them. I mean they've got no chance. It's or maybe you wind up finding the I'd dear that's a race car. Enthusiasts heads like Ooh Nice car exactly you low for you know at a bullet look at your hot Rod. Now I need somebody I didn't know them but where my grandparents had retired to North Carolina Legras have out there. You go got it. Did you search to find that are playing Lincoln's Rockstar. Tim Tim ripper owens metal singer. You should see the domain name. Rockstar team has the number one search. It's true when my parents were non my parents. My grandparents retired to North Carolina. There was a guy that lived a few houses down who you would feed ear in his backyard all year and then one day he would go in the bathroom and shoot him and that was how he hunted go in the bathroom. He'd do it from the bathroom. I guess there was a window overlooking yard that was a good for detail and he did from the toilet. You know crap and shoot a deer from the wind. I mean the bathroom would be the last place I would shoot a gun from because echo like crazy ears due hunters where they wear your protection right <hes> some do some don't. I mean just like anybody else that wears air protection some do some don't you said that so condescendingly no because I think they all should good but you know like everybody should wear a helmet when they ride a bike in some people don't like there aren't laws you know cops are gonna come around the woods feeling we're your plugs. The stupid gives you. You're right here. Shoot the cop any hunters. I think he was just looking for a safe down. The US even give him a ticket at some of these hunters. They have a hair trigger. Necessarily some some of them are looking to hunt the most dangerous game cops. You're not allowed to joke that you're going to be on a list. He needs to prioritize his hobbies. It sounds like get rid of that race car. That's a flight of fancy. Watch what show 'cause that's right the most time Hari playing guitar in a band who's who cares about some band in Wyoming No. Maybe it's a depressing pub depressing dive Bar Nar guys coming down that night no A._N._R.. Ever been in Wyoming are maybes in Jackson hole and there's a bunch <hes> you know there's GonNa be some rich. Philanthropists Jeff bezos is GonNa seem ooh I'd like to I'd like him to play the Amazon theme song for for me dams and doesn't have a theme song <hes> very few websites at theme song when you go to them anymore. EXPEDIA DOT COM doesn't do that when you the go-to it. I'm sure they're I'm sure you can find that somewhere on the yeah. You probably get plugging. They'll do it. I would like a plug in that announce every website I went to yeah ooh Yeah Yeah Google Mhm g Meryl I think of it more as like G. man baby welcome to your email inbox Greg because they're trying to be cool now and then you hear like all these machines and the machines do it. Don't worry about it your emails cool it's like are you reading on my email. I read like taking all this information from me. Man Play Cool. Just read your email. I would like a plug in where when I went to g mail if we go well. Let's see what the cat dragged did. Refer to your email yeah yeah yeah <hes> when <hes> when you click on a seamless checkout check your car. Did you go. What's the damage that on any site where you're buying so yeah bill web browser doesn't make the Internet a lot more fun bunch of good jokes? Press buttons really counted Constant Banter here from your Web Browser Milan not as concepts that looks nice. You should buy this shirt. Il No color blue shirt. I love blue little remember how many blueshirts she bought me like what is it the last thing you need to know their blue shares in other blue shared. What are you fucking crazy? I would know I'm seeing it as talking so little that you forget. It's on so that did you have your laptop at work and it's like full volume and you're going to check out on Ebay or wherever he goes what stood damage. You'd have to give this browser full control over the volume of Ebay it should whenever have you like just a constant like here forty forty dollars dollars. Who's going to give up forty forty dollars what I hear forty forty one forty one dollars whatever you have D- You can't turn off the speakers because then you like you're you're talking about this whole new computer yeah? It's the future of computing the Austin can help me build it. I got enough shit to worry about look. I wish I had hobbies. I don't have one hobby Tom Yeah I K- generally start to get into hobbies. The Joe Rogan Hug as a hobby Tom Though but I like I have this three D. Printer. Sometimes I get into three D.. Printing spots digital digital calipers recently. I've got some ideas for three three the model and a design never make it past the ideas as either these ideas don't calipers yeah. I buy things all the time Tom got are real big idea two million dollar idea for three breakthrough middle. Stop talking about this. I don't think you're supposed to make that no team. You saw him. Actually I'm going to talk talk about my idea because you were in a unique situation to witness it you ever have this problem. You're trying to make cold brew coffee and it's taken so long for the water to filter through. All the topic around traffic is thick coffee. It's awesome yeah and he got you got your friend there and yet to keep excusing yourself to get up to pour more water in the e Can't poor all the water at once because it takes so goddamn long right to filter through built one with a larger carafe on top like man. I don't have like a giant fucking three D. Printer to build a giant Carafe glasswork yeah well and also this isn't the the problem. I was looking to go now. It's on me I forgot the point. I was trying to say this actually. Can you say hello sharks before he start charts and now I feel like a big man. The problem I'm looking to solve is the is the the problem you get on the other end when I pull that big so the cold brew coffee that I have it's a big sixty four ounce mason jar and it's got him for presenting. There's like all right. I'll give you guys a treat. I'll tell you my yeah and this is the most boring thing I've ever heard in my life and then it's got a big like maybe it's like stainless bliss steel filter inside of it and that's what he put the coffee grounds in big. What would you call that? I'd say it's about a ten inch long shaft holder for of grounds yeah. It's like an fuser yeah okay so when you take that infuse her out guess what it starts dripping but what did dripping. Is that beautiful coffee that you've left brewing for twelve hours or more twenty four even forty eight hours sometimes in some cases. If you've got the time you have time no now when I want coffee I'm impatient. Impatient sharks is for six minutes fine. Sharks is proposing. I'm going to three D print like a circle that I can pull the the <hes> infused out and let it drip back into the thing into the Mason Jar because I'll have this this circular piece of plastic that I'll put on top of the Mason Jar and then I'll put the other things through at the confusing through it and it will keep the future suspended above the Mason Jar and allow it to drip into the Mason jar rather than into my sink where it gets wasted time. I've two notes okay number one. I'm offering being <hes> one percent share for a million dollars. Okay Yeah Number One. I saw the system that you use a few minutes ago. We were sitting in your living room. You were Bruin. You're you're you're sending up at during the break. I took a half hour to the way you described it. I do not understand like I don't understand everybody. I guarantee you a hundred percent of the listeners either. Turn this off or just completely zoned out while you talked because the way you described it was insane thing to describe number two yeah. You've only been doing this ten years number. Two you describe this as a million dollar idea. It's a piece of plastic yes that you would affixed to this very specific cold brew setup that you have. It's it's Pretty Common Pretty Common Cobra breath. How many units do you think you'd sale? Here's the beauty part Tim. It'd be very cheap for me to make these things that's not. That's not the question. Do you think you'd be able to sell how many people drink coffee in the world. That's look look. I'M GONNA have to be the the Mark Cuban here and come in and be like everybody comes in and they talk about <hes> the possible <hes> the potential audience for something that potential market for something. What you have is a very specific thing that only applies to a small subset of that potential audience they may ever attack the sharks no there there? Are there snipers with with with the with. Their sights Xavier tell the sharks off they do but there's there's five frigging multimillionaires laughing at them. Yeah they just laugh at you. That show is just hey rich rich people avenue to rich people laughing at people who are poor but by regular people with ideas people who are building something and it's like no get out of here I sold Radio Dot com broadcast twenty years ago to Yahoo one of the most poorly run companies in the history of the Internet anyways Austin but I'm offering away for Yahoo to turn their fortunes. A Web Browser Austin has a problem too many hobbies. We don't have hobbies Tom so you're saying we should take some of these hobbies office yeah. I like to get into leather working. You don't even know what that is. You don't even know how I own and all I could get an all digital calipers. I'd like to get into shooting guns. Yeah target shooting yeah target shooting building guitars cut that nobody needs more guitars. You could just go by Dr Probably Not in Wyoming drive to Montana. They have stores when you buy it online. You can get forget his name. He's the first Guy Teddy Teddy's Amazon link and by guitar through no get our Amazon links. They throw teddy a bone. He's got his minions. Did you know he's fine now. He's probably telling him he's a walled inspector and he's taking their maybe Austin can become an accolade of Teddy's and then teddy will just be like you need to cut these things out of your life and follow my bland plan for Life Caesar Salad juice cleanses wireless headphones yeah but the only thing you can listen to my recommendations for products which you can buy Adt dot com slash him no. It's GONNA be Teddy's zone but I'm saying like Teddy you. You don't understand how multilevel marketing works I do. I'm just trying at the top of the pyramid. We've got teddy below us than teddy gets a bunch of people in on this and we've got on the the other side of the pyramid. We've got Austin. He's making guitars for us and a race car that we can show up in this meeting. That's cool. That'll get the sharks behind. frigging Robert <unk> her Chevik. Whenever anybody comes with like a like somebody like rides a motorcycle riders of the he he claps gave each like? Do you watch a lot of shark tank. I watch too much shark tank. I've got an idea they'll make you WANNA put your investment pedal to the metal. Yeah there you go driving racecar robber chevette giving us four point five million dollars. He doesn't even know we haven't even made a presentation now and we haven't even even Tom what share he'd get and Mark Cuban's like. Are you kidding me yelling at Robert Her should I can remember being very condescending. Meanwhile mark even saga and I'm revving the engine. I'm going. I can't hear you oh <music> Oems fucking delighted love and he's clapping. He's business pants. I think we saw thousands problem yeah. Keep at it buddy. One of those things will work out for you. I mean they're fun. Hobbies are fun men to follow your passion to you know be. I told You I bought these digital. Calipers told you my whole identity sound like fun. It is fun. Tell me your editing misery. Can you please try to cut out some uh of the the explanation of this as more just I might do it in a side where I can talk. I beg of you just really without you button in listened to that five. Oh I've been at stretch and and try to have an open painting a picture for people in their mind. It made no sense Tom all my bolstered with your hand women's and I saw the actual thing anyway and I still don't understand it's difficult problem to solve. That's why I can charge a premium for this solution. 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"What's up everybody? Welcome to Kinda Funny Games. James Daly four Friday February seventh twenty twenty. I'm one of your host Greg Miller alongside the okay beast blessing any. Oh Ye Junior. What's up Greg? It's not much. I like this Jacket Combo thank you appreciate. I just noticed that. We're kind of matching a little bit really black here today with the once pink but reddish enough yes like we got this thing going yeah. Yeah if you're naughty listener. I'm wearing a black shirt. He's wearing a black jacket. Yeah I'm wearing red tie. He's wearing a red shirt. Yeah you going nailed it. Yeah thought to get more action on the cost the black crew from you. Then I did I. 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They want to get your questions. Read from patient Dot Com. We're GONNA be fucking time for you. Goddamn news having never won every pretty. Hold onto your hats. If you're driving a car pull over the shoulder. This one's too shocking to understand. There's going to be a new call of duty this year. Show Jeremy Wilson Gamespot has the following paragraph Graf activision blizzard confirm that we will absolutely see a brand new call of duty game sometime this year. Though which studio will develop it has yet to be announced. Interestingly the company said that this year's call of duty won't sell as well as well as last year's modern warfare did during its launch window no details details on platforms were shared leaving us to wonder if it will be available on playstation five and xbox series x so obviously it's going to be available on ps five autopsy's Ex. I'm trying to pull up the WIKIPEDIA. 'cause I know like there's the three studio rotation for Chamber Award and TRIARC right and I believe leave. This year is sledgehammer because last year was World War. No last. That was black. OPS FOR TRAE are that world was matching. It's such this. Yeah so that makes sense. I think the the interesting thing from the story is them saying that. This year isn't going to sell as much as last last year. which I think could mean a couple of things I think one could mean that because modern warfare has the name recognition of modern warfare? That of course helped it to sell more. Maybe this new game will be a new new call of duty free or franchiser named whatever you WANNA call call of duty world war three or whatever man. Yeah it could be that it could also be in doubt this but it could also be that maybe it's next-gen exclusive. That's what my bet is so clearly this gentlemen. If you're just joining US maybe missed the rest. It's the show this week. Obviously the quarter has ended for December thirty first. The financial results are happening. We're having a million investor calls which is why you're getting so much news in so so much of it being very hazy. Hey I'm the CEO. And I'm on the phone and I gotTa Talk to all the investors that are listening in and tell them enough information. Tell real information so here we are confirming that yes. It'll it'll be a new call of duty this year. We have to say that of course for stock prices. However the wrinkle? I find it interesting that they didn't say sledge. Because if it's going to be why why wouldn't you every knows this. This is yeah. I think I think there have been. There have been rumors rumors reports of call of duty. Being kind of weird it over the last couple of years with like I don I know like the campaign mode for was a black ops for that was the one that was just multiplayer. Yeah I believe there are like some weird things about things shift around delayed that this year could be maybe not a sledgehammer game interesting However what I do think you know you might say what a weird thing thing to say? Interestingly become this year's called you won't sell as well as last year's modern warfare did during its launch window again. This is a call designed for the investors designed for the shareholders. You you need to explain to them as clearly as possible. They don't care who's developing the game. They care how much it sells and how much money they're going to get in their profits so you need to start prepping them now. Nine nine months out that yes. This game is not going to do what modern warfare did. And I'm with you. I'm reading from this new details on platforms. Leaves me to wonder for sure. So yeah this is the next Gen call of duty and if so then obviously when it sells well modern for you. Don't even need to bring in modern warfare like you were which is true worth or does have such crazy name. Recognition in black OPS. Like I think the thing is though for you. This game came out on both next-gen Anchor Jen. Do you think is still sells less. That's where it gets weird right. I would think no I would think also is modern warfare. Yeah you know what I mean. It did do really well more. We have more modern warfare. News coming up here and I don't see any reason for them to only put this on next-gen. I don't think it's on activation to make sure these new console sell well. They just want to sell their games and they believe the first like three. Call a duties on this Gen. We're we're also on last year and it wasn't until ghosts right. Yeah Black OPS. Three hundred for sure was on. ps three xbox three sixty. I think the one after a black ops three was I think infinity warfare was the first one that was current Gen exclusive and so I think three college duties in this Gen that we until we got an old one that was exclusively this and so I couldn't imagine they start off next Gen with only putting out a call of duty on. PS Five Series X. That wouldn't I don't think that would make sense for them. No I don't either and again. This is being vague about it. But it's that yeah so there's so much there's so much not lack of information in this article or this paragraph graphics is really all I pulled from this article. It is the fact that I can't imagine there's no reason there's no business sense in doing just on playstation position five yeah xbox series unless they really want to take advantage of. They don't care because again with all due respect their activation they wanna make money more than most people. Yeah so I think that yeah and especially if the next Gen consoles are talking about just be. PC's right beefed up souped up you can set your settings for it. It seems easier easy enough that you already have a PC version of this game. You'RE GONNA put it out on those platforms as well. You can probably scale from places survive xbox one xbox yeah so yeah it's a weird I guess like my name or the name of the game is probably the only thing I can pull. I imagine it might be Celebrity Infinite Warfare Ramming that a world war two and then he got no infinity. Okay so let's go infant fair. Did you say infinite warfare infinite warfare yes so the sledgehammer alleged were chambers. Done call going backwards called World War call of duty advanced warfare advanced warfare and then not indigo okay. This wasn't fingerboard yes I. They don't really have any trend as far as their naming conventions for their duties. So I'm like you know what it seems like. They found something here here with this last run of World War. Sue Black OPS for modern warfare where I feel like going forward you. That's what I would imagine right. Is they let sledgehammer beaver. Historical whether it is World War Two whether it's World War One whether it's Vietnam whatever let Trae Arc the black ops studio and let award be the modern warfare especially now they re. Yeah but they're still somewhat of a trend with colleges even between the studios because I believe Blackhawks four was very boots on the ground. They mentioned mentioned a million times in the press conference and lively footage. Yeah and then like I live but yeah. Modern warfare also was very much like grounded. And so it wasn't it hasn't been since infinite warfare where they've gotten very spacey and you blackhawks was pretty terrific. They hated it because because they got they had it quite a bit by then but my thing is like I feel like if you go if you if you look down down the releases of duty like advanced warfare you know is kind of futuristic black ops three futuristic infant infinite warfare all the way futuristic people got sick of it okay. Let's go back. Let's take let's do World War Two right taking all the way back black ops for not as like wall running and like robot. The as black ops three. As far as I know I didn't play much of black ops for but as far as what I remember I don't think blackout stores like futuristic as backups three and then modern warfare was yeah definitely more grounded and so that makes me think like are they going to continue this trend of putting out. The Games are more grounded and realistic or or at some point. Do they swing back to feature ristic even though that kind of got backlash people to be sick of what call doing now or does this. Does this rotation of black cops modern warfare a a world war two setting one by by Sledge Hammer. Like how long does that go. And how do we get sick of that or do we get sick of that right now. You're wrong is on fire with rumored reports nothing official here but stuff that has come up before that we haven't seen since this would play into why we haven't heard anything about the developer. MHM People are basically saying in here that slinky me the two different articles that are saying I track will reportedly developed the two thousand twenty call of duty over Sledgehammer Games and Raven software DOT ES he's four dot com. Just in been cousy. I'm looking for a date on the article but doesn't look like this is how they put up their news. May Eighteenth Eighteen twenty nine hundred. Okay a major change might be coming to the release cycle of one of the most popular franchises in the world. Track will reportedly take over the development of the twenty twenty called digital according to cocoon NOCCO. Let's click through. I remember this happening. I couldn't remember the exact like passage prior said in May sources call between twenty in upheaval. TRIARC takes over plants plant takes over comma. PLANS BLACK OPS five next year call of duty has gone through major people as a publisher activision form developers this week that studios Raven Sledgehammer which had which had until now led the project would no longer be in charge instead. According to three people familiar with the goings on at the companies TRIARC will lead development element on new black ops for twenty twenty. Yes that's what they just significant shift for activision massive first person shooter franchise which is one of the most lucrative video game series on the planet every fall for the past fifteen years. ACTIVISION is put out a new call of duty game supported by stable of different developers who rotated duties as required since twenty. Twelve activision is followed a three year cycle title for its three lead studios in New York Trey Arc in sledgehammer. There was like this for twenty twenty activision had originally switch things up assigning Wisconsin based Support Studio Raven to take a leadership the ship role alongside sledgehammer call of duty set in the Cold War likely involving Vietnam as as a very recently changed share based in Santa Monica California is in charge weeding. Call of duty black ops five twenty twenty. So that's again a rumor from this. Proviso row clarification. Yeah for me. That does back the question though will like this doesn't black upsell more than modern warfare. Wasn't I know it trends more on Google. I think that's been the conversation I've heard before but I would also assume that black OPS sells more. But maybe it's a thing that since we just got a black ops two years ago maybe that then causes sales to drop a little bit because people are still like people just freshly got a black ops. Feels like maybe a black ops. Two years later doesn't sell as well as It would if maybe wait another year. Maybe that's the conversation and I find this all interesting. Yeah I mean there's more now now would this in the rear view mirror of what we're talking about. It's like well I just want more information period. Yeah who's making the Game Amy. What's going on because yeah this goes on to say that Raven Sledgehammer Service supports? Do for the game transform the work. They've done on their own single player story mode into a campaign for black ops five which is also going to be set during world the Cold War so lots of shakeups apparently rumors. Obviously I mean Shire is usually pretty much point though. I'm not gonNA doubt any of that but again that even gets weirder than of just being like all right activists confirmed that they will absolutely see a brand new call of duty sometime this year. The studio there's not an ounce interested in the company said that this year's call of duty won't sells well. Last year's model warfare did during launch window no details on the platform. So there's no information here other than hey there's going to be a call of duty. Yeah what you knew what happened. Yeah I think it's interesting. I wonder if there's a possibility that they may be re master or like remake. Call of duty black ops one remake. Because I could I could understand why that maybe yeah. I can understand what that would maybe wouldn't sell as well as a new call of duty in that. Maybe then fixing some of their problems of whatever the development mishaps are here between the three studios that are causing them to be like. Okay TRIARC. You're back on your your off the bench. You're putting out this year's game maybe that could you know help without a bit but there's all seems interesting trae trailer J. in your wrong tosses blessing. We've got black OPS two years ago but it didn't have a campaign so we we really didn't get a true black ops experience. I mean yeah you know you know what I mean like no no. I don't think I think it's at wrinkle. It's not it is it is. It is a wrinkle. I think that did that does feed into some these development like some of the confusion here as far as okay. WHO's developing this colleague? Okay well we like guys up on the campaign. Let's just put guys back out and you just going to another multiplayer. I I could very well see this college this year. Being Weird because of all this the question looking at this reading the Scotto auto but seeing what it seems to be massive shift in May of last year to get a game for the fall this year. Right Wendy you take a break. Wendy's stop schreier talking about it's a fifteen in your cycle right and I know you're activision. As long as everything makes him again in probably one of the most boneheaded moves. I've ever seen in my entire life. Activation passed on ghostbusters. Because it wasn't a annual is with franchise these these cowards. But I'm sorry. What was that bird? You don't think we can fucking game every no I don't put me over there. I'll do the episode content. Let's go back to call back obviously still make money obviously crush a year. So it's like there's no reason to stop but I really feel like with black ops four right. That was another Jason Shire Jim Right of like. Here's everything that went wrong. And how they had killers it was franchise or the sink the sink in how all this should have happened. It's like they dodged a bullet by that not being steaming pile of shit now. Granted there there every over there is working tirelessly on this game. They're all talented. If not saying that but when something like that gets torn out and you have to recalibrate now we're multiplayer only. We're doing this whole thing. That had all the trappings of something about to open their face in the fact that they got away with it. Awesome good job now to get to this one though. It looks like it's in a very similar situation. Everything's on fucking fire. But we have to keep going to hit our deadlines removing people around moving things up. If Jason's articles right we're using assets from the other single player campaign aimed to try to cobble together with a single like that. Those stories usually don't work out. Well now great did they usually don't work out when you're talking about some AA game changer. Down Not in something that is call of duty that has all this money behind. It has all this talent behind it. Yeah I mean that's why I I don't I definitely can't see them sleeping here because they're activision because is this is the best selling game every year. I can't see them doing like a stopgap during year. Like do almost like the screen thing where now assassin's creed is every not every two years but you know one year another year and then take your off and then the next year and the next year then take a year off like two years and then you're off and then that allows them for a three year cycle with their studios. I I could see them doing a stopgap thing where it is like all right. We're GONNA do one year. We're going to have black OPS. Next year we can have modern warfare in the next year. We're going to do like a remastered or some sort of like placeholder that isn't taking all of our development power and putting it into a yearly released but instead allowing did you like an off year type of thing that allows us to still sell a bunch of copies of a thing but it doesn't necessarily have to be like a big game and that then lines up with the messaging of this isn't going to sell as well as last year call of duty just a heads up is going to be. Yeah we'll have to wait for the full review usually comes right right right before May yes usually during judges week when we all go and see some and get to know what it's about however number to call of duty is making more money with luke boxes or a season. Pass this Chris pressman over at I. GENE DOT COM call of duty. Modern warfare players are spending more money in game than black ops four players either do either due to or despite the removal of season passing loop boxes during activision activision q four earnings call on February six Twenty Twenty Company present Rob Koschnick answered a question about how removing the season. Pass four call of duty. Modern warfare has affected the player behavior and in game revenue he then talked about removing the season. Pass and Lou boxes and replacing those systems with Bala Pass in modern warfare enabled more transparency to the players. So they can see where their what their money goes towards that he says has worked out really well as evidence in a double. Digit percentage growth for in game spending in modern. Wear for where warfare over black ops for Malcontent Ronin writes in the patriarch dot com slash con. Just like you can't says. Hey guys hopes how this article Imagine Aga detailing activision statements about call of duty players are spending more following. The removal of blue boxes and season passes granted. The real reason is reworking everything into a battle pass but but there is still something inherently hilarious about this think anyone will learn that maybe tricking trying to trick people into spending for Amir Chand at something they want was never the greatest ideas. We can truly hope so. Thanks bless double. Digit percentage growth. That could be ten. Could be eleven. Could be ninety nine. Exactly who post game spending in modern warfare over blackouts. What do you think I think that makes sense like if you like for? I feel like Louis. The Micro transactions have been a conversation since as long as they've been a thing in video games and like the companies have always been trying to figure out like how do we actually monetize things in ways that makes sense. Don't piss literally everybody off and so you know in two thousand sixteen especially when when overwatch came out I thought Lou boxes were like the answer. The answer like if I'm being honest when I I know legit win over wash came out and I and I saw how they did I was like Oh yeah like I found this. This this makes sense if you WANNA monetize your game but then it was like a year and a half later when star wars came out by like fucking kind of blew everything up and I think shadow pro war was uninvolved that to you and they're quite a few games that kind of blew it up and kind of exposed like a lot of the issues with with blue boxes and how that stuff can translate to gambling and different sorts sorts of things that like in some cases. We're kind of used cases. I think makes sense that I understand. Why blue boxes are an issue why people can easily hate and despise blue boxes? Yeah and so I mean I think now we're on the battle pass train and so far as-as they're fine like it's it's weird because I think out of all the different ways I've seen microchips that actions implemented. I think I still prefer Lulu boxes but I think I think that's just because it over just go into a store and buying the thing you want. Why because I don't see 'cause like my thing is I don't really what it comes to cosmetics games especially in this is? This is me kindly boxes specifically to cosmetics. If it's stuff that's like game play play gameplay changed Jerry okay those suck for my poor. Leo should be able to everybody. Yes call of duty. Modern warfare has done it but cosmetics. I don't necessarily care about T- much the idea that I could like unlocked them still without paying money. If I just roll the roll the dice and I don't have to pay attention to it I I'm down with But at the same time understand that people the care way more about cosmetics customisation all this stuff than I do and so I understand what those people you know this. This this is bad battle passes I so the only game. I've really interacted with the battle. Pass at least like a fair. Bit is probably apex. Like I bought the battle pass before night and I never really. I didn't really care about. Take care about it. The the apex bottle past. I have now and I've had since they've had passed. I'm not really cared about it. I think there's something about passes that don't necessarily get ah engaged but I see enough. People like fall in love the ideal Bella passes or not even following the fall in love but interact with them in follow them if all the progression and and try to hit level one hundred on whatever battle pass and I guess I guess this seems like a fine solution in pointed out like for call duty apparently is like the perfect solution may be aren't as yeah. I remember the I think it was modern warfare No it was. It was like World War Two. I think call you a road to where it was lou boxes that would like I think deploy from planes onto the beach of your character and like you have these World War characters. Go up and open their new boxes and they pop out had like the fanfare blue-box and all this stuff and I remember like in watching that and people being like this is disgusting and so for them to be able to pivot and go this route which seems like with seems more are transparent and Seams making more money for them. I mean I think you know it seems like it gets loose all around I love. I love battle houses US and like my yeah for me. It's fortnight where that's you know the my experience with them right but I wish so many other games would put them in in the way that I think it's such such a brilliant way to keep you playing and key channels. That's always what I talk about. When I when we talk about the brilliance of fortnight? Now I know so many people even in many of you right now just grown in your car as I said that right but fortnight is not not only a brilliant business model. It's a brilliant game in. Hey you can be the worst player in fortnight but you are striving to get that had xp and move your your own meter up and you know you're just trying to get pistol kills or whatever there's always something to do in Fort Night when you turn it on. That has nothing to do with winning the game. Yeah which when we first started and I was awful at it it was really helpful. Like Oh that's what I'm GONNA do. Yeah I'm going to chase this. I'm going to go find the secret Shields or whatever that are hidden around like I I love that idea in so it becomes a game unto itself and a reason to come back to try to just level up that pass and so when you look at the Games that I love that I've left behind as I've been talking about a lot on twitter if he is I love back on DC Universe online right like even that if it had that idea I just love the fact that now I'm playing and I've been gone so long that I'm dropping in I'm earning the different boxes not loot boxes but the different like reward boxes right and as I open them up. I'm getting year that matters to me and I'm like all right cool. I feel myself getting stronger. I feel a reason to keep playing Borderlands three still playing that to this day right because of Guardian rank. Where even though? I'm Max level on my character. I'm still playing and I still earn Guardian rank stuff if I'm still finding better weapons. There's a reason to go compare all that to the division where division to was my most played game last year the most our spending in a game and once I platinum it I was gear score five hundred and I was like cool like I'll come back when the gear stronger and that hasn't happened. That hasn't happened right. Like yeah they keep talking about their episodic deal season. What they're gonNA do but it's like all right until there's a reason for me to come back? Why would I come back to your game like if you put a ballot passing it like fortnight? Even though my character fortnight's never getting stronger. I still feel like I'm making progresses. I do stuff and I earned new cosmetics. Yeah I kind of want to check out the blackhawks were battle pass almost for research purposes. Because for me I think the thing that allows me to appreciate the apex and four night bypasses at least a bit is the fact that they are free to play games so going into this right like almost going into these games with the expectation that the I'm not necessarily going to progress in certain ways but that's fine because I'm playing this game for free and ultimately like get the full experience of this game even without like like having to having to hit certain milestones for certain skins or whatever. I'm fine playing apex or fortnight. Without the battle pass the battle that definitely enhances that experience with college duty. That has a sixty dollar game having a ballot. Pass on top of that for me as somebody who's not really played a a sixty dollar game without a pass at least having the battle past four is called do do they. Do they do the same thing though. Right where it's free and there's a free one in a pay for call of duty. Yeah I have no idea is there. I assume that That's how they did Over here because we're GONNA have a free battle pass when you play for night. You're earning along the way on the free battle pass us but you're not getting nearly as much but in every time you ding up. It's like cool. You got this thing but if you pay twenty bucks you'd also get all this shit this crap. I didn't know that was also so called. Pass there's usually to my understanding with the knowledge I have because I've only played a few games for the past. Usually there's the free track and there's the Patriot. Gotcha yeah and I assume call of duty has like free progression. I just call it a duty. Right without the Bala- pass I assume you're making like you're on walking your classes and you know you're ranking up. You're trying to hit prestigious ages. Whatever I don't know if they still have been a minute since they got hardcore technology? But I imagine you're doing the other Bella passing would develop pass. I imagine you're unlocking additional creative cosmetic stuff no I. That's why I want to try it out for research purposes because I wanNA know like is this thing that feels like I need to get this nor to enjoy the game fully or or is it very much additive. Because if it's additive then like okay okay cool awesome as transparent all these things. But if I'm if I'm paying sixty dollar game and I feel like I have to get about a pass on top opposite not saying that's we'll call of duty is doing just curious. You're being vague. Yeah says Fortnight Rainbow six siege and call of duty. Free track available with very minimal. Unlock ables on them. MM-HMM YEAH I the way everybody feel free in the specific case of call of duty to come out and call me. If I'm wrong right like the way I see it is like you're still for sixty dollars. Call if you're still getting the full on multiplayer campaign with leveling and progression and all that stuff and you know you're making your guns better or whatever but the battle passes icing on top of that if you want that. Gets you the more cosmetics. Gets you the different weapon trinkets or whatever the hell do beyond at about pass according to the Nanto. Biologists is this recent recent. Because I I played a lot a few years ago. I haven't played it in a minute but I'm curious on what passes like Tomboy writes in and says yes S.. Call of duty has a freeze here battle pass. Most importantly they put the new weapons for this season on the frontier. Definitely doing it right. Yeah let's see about that. Sounds good bowl six siege battle. I'm curious when the editors I wanna go about maybe maybe maybe that I can go back in six th they. They added it in August of Twenty Nine Thousand Remix adds a fortnight style. I probably haven't played since then but I I want to jump into the back into that because that's my do know in so. Yeah so like comparison. Yeah going there compared especially because I felt like that game already had some micronutrients action type stuff. Where it's like you had to basically walk every operator in that game by you know building up building up enough currency to to buy them or or paying real money paying real money? Yeah in so that was already felt like pushing it. I WANNA know seasons different games like this. Yes where they are games as a service they are this thing to get into like. I always want not more to do because I think that like again just to use it as a game I know so well right right they have like what it's thirty eight episodes of DC like yeah that's a whole nother ball of wax crazy thing and on top of it. There's times when I'm in there and it's like cool. I've done all this stuff I need for this one thing now. I need to do the four player operation or the eight player rate. And it's like that's not what I'm feeling right now right like I like the one. I'm in a game. I can just keep keep going and adding and seeing the video game that I love seeing the X. P. or whatever ball fill in and I feel like I'm making myself better that is probably like the biggest beauty about passes that you get like that extra thing to kind of chase endorphin especially if you're if you're I'm not playing siege at the moment. Yeah right but if I was and if I was getting bored right that'd be awesome. Awesome bill bill will be like okay cool. I can buy extra bar hit these levels so I can unlock these things like that. Sounds like a lot of fun. So bell passes seem seem cool neurologist allergists in Alex. Ross have more clarification succeed battle pass for you before we move on right. Nanno says Ramos has been dabbling about pass during your four season three in August. A one week along free battle passes added then leading up to the upcoming tournament for thirty five days about a pass was added that parts of the profits to the prize winnings season-long battle passes we'll be he added year five also blessing for your squad up with me and seized. Okay is that that's a biologist and Alex is for clarification on seizures battle pass. It's an battle pass for the road to the six invitation currently with unique. Okay so it's coming later the four one but right now. They're all building up to the minute. That game is fun you replace each. We played it at launch in then double back for like things like RT whatever. Okay but it's another one of those games where you get in there and go man who really knows what they're doing. Yeah no you had to play with people that understand ZAND. It kebabs points out to crash. Team racing has about a pass style system. That's free to all and it's pretty neat so there you go never three other upper report. The Mafia three Studio Anti K.. Silicon Valley are working on announce games. This is Richard Wakeling over at game spot as part of take two's earnings report. The publisher revealed that two of its studios. I have been working on unannounced games that will be hearing about in the coming months. The first is from developer hangar. Thirteen the team behind Mafia two thousand sixteen mafia three take to president. Carl slag off wouldn't say exactly what the project is. Only that we'll be finding out at some point later. This year the other project will soon discover discover more about is from two K Silicon Valley. The studio was only established a year ago in doesn't have an official name yet but the team led by Sledgehammer Co founder. Michael Connery has already already been cooking up. Something take to also reiterated during the earnings report that the newly founded cloud chamber studio is very early in the development of a new bioshock game mm-hmm noting that it's still years away the rest of the news out of the call revolves around. Take Two's finances with grand theft auto five reaching a new sales milestone rockstar games being in a position. That's never never been stronger. Despite the looming departure of CO founder and writer Dan Houser and well. That's a news story coming up on a second though we're GONNA talk about. I won't talk about it here Blessing yes hangar. Thirteen unannounced game probably might countries game unannounced game. No idea or you think it's GonNa be after you for well. I think. They backed off because mafia three was like not a thinker. But it wasn't it wasn't included in any sort of way I unfortunately fortunately that game had like a very. It's the one following. Yeah it's one of the best stories of this problem or the game itself is like very you like Efi if he was a lot of opening fetes Colin when I came home from a trip and he was playing for my college. And you're like fuck the like I had fun with it. It's not like the best game and it was super fucking buggy originally came out. I feel like they. I think they patched it a lot afterwards. I think it's a A. It is a solid deserved seven for the overall like game The story is just another fucking level. Yeah honest people talk about it as one of the best stories this Jenn. It's fucking amazing. But the thing that I would like I don't need them to do a Mafia four but I would love for them to do another story in the nineteen sixties or maybe the seventies because they like like fucking put into that world except for when like you know like the the sky decides to like not render anymore and then everything is dark. Arken like weird and Shit But like the I don't know there's something about like the vibe in the aesthetics and like the the music soundtrack that they got for the that game just like it was a very special thing even though like in a very okay game so I would love to see them whatever it is if if it is another mafia if it's there's some brand new IP IP or something. I would love to see them. Do like a another sixty or maybe seventy world story game. Yeah I would like to see them get another crack in an open world game like learning. They've done telling another story there and just trying to tighten it up. Yeah yeah that makes sense and then connery. I'm super fascinated by. Of course I yeah you you know. Obviously we're GonNa talk about Michael Connery and like the most recent thing with sledgehammer sure firm e him and Glenn will always be visceral. They'll always be dead space. They fucking may dead space. You know what I mean so like when they went and did sledgehammer started being call of Duty Games. Great Cool like that's makes the money. Go to your thing but like now you're out on your own it's UK. Like I'd love to know what that's that's GonNa look like and what that'll be the fact that has turned around quickly with tell me earliest. The other project will soon discover more about a suitcase. Silicon Valley the city was established a year ago and doesn't have an official name yet but the team team has already been cooking up something that doesn't sound like it's coming out. I was going to say. Hey me. Thirteen sounds sounds like it should be more imminent. 'cause Swath through twenty sixteen. Imagine that games coming out within the next year or two right imagine this could be like a PS five xbox series x early game. Yeah that's right to you and then Silicon Valley will probably Abi fears out still but even then you think it's next year Jennifer hangar thirteen. Yeah you think they're pushing for probably uh-huh I couldn't imagine they reveal and release for ps four and Xbox one of those. For a while. I mean I could see it being a Russian thing but I think for sure I. I can't see releasing maybe next year only on xbox and PS four morphism launch title typical. Do you think there's any chance of that. I mean it's been four years. Yeah let me remember so I mean that might slow them down a bit but still I guess if it's in the there's two questions here if it's all brand new totally different ball of wax right. I'm stoked for both of them. I like the idea that both studio. Hopefully you're working on brand new. I be able to go out there and do whatever they want to do. Yeah Silicon Valley. I'm I'm curious to see what they're out there. Yeah since they're still like a new studio L. Hangar Thirteen. I'm more curious about like what. How do you follow Mafia three? Considering that game got praised for someone who's aspects but not necessarily like full the package it didn't knock it out part. I'm curious on how you follow that up and make that something worth caring about. I think you tell your own story. You Ain't nother story right and I think you do in learning all of a mistake. She made last time. But I don't think needs to be mafia because I think mafia is such a weird nebulous. Ip At this point. Yeah yeah cool like and that's the other thing is like I like Mafia too. I reviewed mafia to I think right like I enjoyed playing that game but like is there like our the Mafia. That's my thing you know what I mean. That was when they made thirty like when they announced three hours like do people really care about mafia too much but then I like saw their pre really stuff and I was like this game. Looks Cool like the World Look Schools reminded me of is g vibes But like you know in the I forget what decade that thing takes place like nineteen fifty s six hundred sixty s yeah sixties. Yeah and like the way the ways in which they kind of portrayed was it New Orleans yeah the way the ways in which they portrayed New Orleans seem pretty pretty cool But I mean that I. I'm curious to see what they do next. Because I feel like we haven't gotten as many like open world in a city Eh Games recently right like it feels like it used to be the thing man yeah used to be the thing in the. PS three generation here. Sleeping Dogs Saints Row watchdogs. But we've only gotten like to this generation those those games but I'm curious if that's the next step they take is like making another another one of those types of games or if they're like let's let's pivot. Let's do an open world fantasy game or some other type of I mean like it's always hard to say we're not inside that studio at the team you've built the tools you have now the experience you have after shipping mafia three. I think yeah you get out there and you take a crack out an open on world running round game. It's Ben Yeah. I don't think it's too hard to pivot now. Granted like we'll sucker punch but like their their exclusive right. They have like they're they're just answering to Sony. They're able to go out there and do whatever they want. Like I feel like for anybody. Lake infamous or infamous. Second son was early in the generation and since then they're pivoting out to go sushi. Ma Yeah I think that's more evidence that the landscape has changed as far as that type of open world city game you know if you're not. GTA It's kind of hard to compete right now compares to. That was a fun one to play in between. GTS Yeah Saints row like Saint. Israel's like this game is fun and Hilarious but I play and in my mind. I'm just comparing it to gte because it doesn't feel as good to play it doesn't get to drive by. I mean saints row did enough different things. It made it worth playing but even then like this whole thing right it was the it was the UN more. GTE YOU'RE GONNA playground. You can do whatever you want to beat each other super powers you can fly around around and do all these crazy things. Yeah number four on the rope report another shocking piece of news. It's been a hard week at Blizzard. This is Rebecca Valentine over games. Industry up is the launch chip blizzards remake of its till two thousand and two are game. warcraft three isn't going swimmingly and the company's investors have noticed during today's q four earnings call blizzard. Present isn't Jay Alan. Brock was asked about the games rocky launch over a week ago which has seen backlash from fans accusing it of performance issues cut scenes visibly. They differ from the ones shown in the game. Twenty thousand announcement changing popular elements of the original game. An end user license agreement change. That hurts the custom game community. The backlash rush grew strong enough that the game was review bombed by users on metacritic resulting in a point five out of one hundred users score the lowest currently on the platform quote concerning earning warcraft. Three reforge honestly. It's been a bit of a hard week. Proxima during the call. Brax said during the goal our community as come to expect really amazing things from us and we've heard from them that we did not achieve that bar but we stand behind our games and have consistently shown that not only do we support them but we continue to build on them even after launch. And we're committed to doing that here as well. So we're going to continue to update the game and we'll continue to update the community with our plans going forward and quote. This is in line with the company's public apology. Algae earlier this week for how the game was handled in which the company outland outlined in more detail. Some of the immediate fixes plans to put in place to address bugs and issues for online play however blizzard has also begun offering full automatic refunds for players through customer support system though this is not a new feature for blizzard as it offers the same kind of refunds on various other digital purchases it does not do this uniformly on full price. Titles no shit. It's been a rough week. Yeah no yeah. When she hit the I bet J brought when this is over for the first time in the show I think it was last week during the twelve hour stream at the beginning of it? Yeah and like I think it was a question about it and I. I had not heard one thing that seem like seems like a lot of probably five hundred rough seems rough. I'm not hearing about until now over the week. I've been tuning in more and we're on it. I'm like yeah. This is like a trash fire like this is like the house down the street being on fire and knowing whereas like I peek over outside the window. I'm like oh no. Yeah it's really on fire. Okay Ah but yeah I mean at this point what do you think they like. Do you think just make the game better. And they can't really silence his answer. I think they do have to over-communicated now like cool. Here's where it is and this is what's going on and Bobo like earlier this week you guys. Did the public apology right. That was one of them. Yeah so I mean it's like you can't shy away from it. You have to keep explaining how this happened what happened why or why this is where your fixes are and go from there and try to build up because you know Gary was on here yesterday we were talking about it like like you know. This isn't just you the listener. It's the industry in general. It's the mind of a goldfish. You forget things so quickly. So it's like when Diablo for really ramps up no no one's going to be really holding reforge over their head if they fixed agree if even if they had it it'd be like Oh. This is brand new. That was some cash in they did. Nobody cares about that. I no no I think I mean Enron made the point that like he doesn't have this is making him not have as much faith in something like overwatch to write like the way they're handling this. What is going on with overwatch? Do I mean yeah it was. It was announced but they didn't have they didn't give it a date. My prediction is next year. Okay but that's one thing they can just put out. Whenever you know be people people will show up for it because that was a list that I think that's what the Oh no they didn't open it with? Apple is calm because they opened with before but then they follow that up. Overwatch is the thing of like Gary brought up yesterday and it was literally and I know that like again. This is one of the things I try to be there for you and I try to have all the information mission but the video games are such a wide net when he brought a overwatch to. I think I'm ahead of like come out. was that a thing. Redid the fucking did they just like my wheels locked. What's going on over awesome? Yeah no it's interesting. I I love overwatch overtures by one of my games of this Gen Overwatch to for me. I don't know if it's doing what they showed on doing enough for me to be like. Oh yeah like the seems like enough of a step up for it to be to just seems like it's Salat of updates which are all pretty pretty good updates but we'll see it's the ongoing problem of if you are an ongoing game in their successful one obviously able to. How do you make people care about that? How do you get news about that? And like I think you've seen it. You see so many different takes on it where overwatch is such a huge success. Such a part of the culture. Now right whether it'd be overwatch leaguer whether it'd be people walking on their diva jackets or whatever like overwatch is everywhere and so how do you get that audience super stoked to that level where you can put on an update. You can put out a video you can always everything's but putting two on it matters others. It's the same thing of like marvel heroes when that was going and I covered that from launch at IGA. In right like we started eventually doing whether it was like. Hey can we come back and talk to you about Marvel Heroes Twenty fourteen or two thousand thirteen or whatever year they were doing and it was that they were using those. As hey like we're putting on a giant update and it is a brand new game. It is this new you know we changed so much and it was. You saw them try to figure out how to crack this code of promote something. That's already out because then you look again and I swear I'm not even do you get like DC Universe online there's thirty pieces of DLC. We'll see if you don't fucking play. DC You don't care about it same thing with like star wars All right like I should still going. Elder scrolls is still going online. It's like if you're not into that shit and you don't have to be forced to watch it at three press conference. Yeah you don't know what's going on in Elvis girl. Yeah or I see was one of those things where they the things they talked about for. You know such as people having overwatch one still being able to play with people who have overwatch to and like it was the last that felt kind of technical in a way that that feel like a lot of it was speaking to more hardcore audience. Insult to also talk about the single player mode which seems. I don't know if it's going to be like amazing it. This might be a heartache. I don't know why you would want to single claire. Military Overwatch. Seems like it's supposed to be most player game and it seems like it seems like it'd be a lot of work to make a single player mode worth caring about and overwatch. We're like a campaign pain mode because I think it is. I think it might be up. Not just talking about talking to my ass for watching the single payer. Yeah this campaign. Do you want Rick Ricky. McLaren fly running with clarification share. Not about that in particular but over watched you ricky says care clarifying the overwatch to situation. This is from Morgan Park a PC gamer quote from what we've seen so far overwatch is not your average sequel. It's most unusual feature. Is that some new editions like New Heroes and Multi player modes will also come to over. Wash one yeah additional charge. The two games will continue to coexist as one big P. experience while overwatch to other new additions exclusive to the sequel. So it's one of those things where what else can ability was. He was sorry. I don't know if this is like I don't know if he's a weird features or like I don't know if it's them like trying to appeal so much the hardcore or if it's them them being very forward thinking I just don't understand it seems like it's one of those things around like the way they're talking about like man so overwatch one players will also get all the overwatch to content. Why would I get the new game aside from the guest graphical updates? But it's weird. That is weird that those who are going to be playing together it seems. I don't know if it's going over my head and edifice just waiting to get closer to it may have to sit there and explain it right. Yeah so that's why I'm not. I'm not conflicted about it. But that's why I'm very curious about it but I also understand like given given reports situation why some people would be like we'll see was the company you know what we're not going to rush this one. We'll see out on that side number five other up report yesterday. Gary and I were talking about what's going on beyond good knee will do you think it's one of the games coming out and we're like no fucking way and now Rebecca Valentine's games industry that Biz says will Rebecca Valentine China Games instructors. I said Valentine's Valentine's Day which is coming up on it anyway. Back to rep really attached to sonic. Yeah Take Valentine's Day. This is bad advice. Take your date out. Sonic the Hedgehog the movie Sal. Valentine's Day there. You go free advice. Fans of beyond good and evil who delight on the Games announcement trailer when it was shown at e three twenty seventeen are unfortunately going to have to wait quite a bit longer to see what the prequel. DB's off twenty sorry twenty two thousand and three so weird to say a two thousand and three thing anymore space alien adventures store. I don't know that in today's earnings. It's called discussing the publisher Q.. Three results CEO. He's Gamal was asked by an investor about whether or not the game was part of Ubisoft plans for the next fiscal year. Chemo replied replied quote. It's not going to be in the five games. We will announce end quote he was specifically referring to the fact that you be has set it will be releasing five AAA Games in the coming fiscal year. That begins on April twenty twenty. We are in a few of them from statements made last year the three will be gods and monsters rainbow six and watchdogs legion all of which were delayed out of this current fiscal year. The remaining two have not officially been revealed. And as we keep saying excrete baby Ragnarok Rachmah world you know what I mean on it. You know Schreier confirmed yesterday along with other anybody Ramo six. That was it. Thank you very much fourteen. Yeah well now that was already in there that we Ramos fucking twitter three of the planet AAA aacsb. Releases will launch within the window of September. Twenty twenty two you December number twenty twenty while the remaining two will release between Jan January and March twenty twenty one anonymous. Says you're wrong. Don't take your date to see sonic take your date to see sonic. It's bad I'm telling you know the correct decisions at far cry brain dead on safe safe. That's exciting well. How why I did you play the last guy that came up new don? Yeah no yeah exactly I play cry five and I. You didn't like it either. Okay Yeah you couldn't move an inch without getting attacked by everything that world. That's why hated. I'm not sure I'm trying to go over there. Everything's gotTa talk now to be honest far cry fourth. I was alright far cry. Three is the one round. My foxworthy's amazing. Maybe far cry six might be far cry three again. He's gotTa Keep Hoping One day it'll happen okay. Well one day it will happen. Also take your date to see sonic. I'll do that at all number six. EA Games are costing more on steam. This is Frazier Brown Gamer. EA might be just returning to steam after a long hiatus but many of its older games have continued. Can you to be sold on the platform for years yesterday. Steam users noticed or started reporting that a significant number of them had jumped in price it seems to have been the regional. Prices have been hit with the. US prices remaining the same dragon. Age origins ultimate edition. For instance is now twenty four ninety nine pounds to twenty four ninety nine pounds a five five five pound increase One of the most ridiculous leaves. The Sim city. Four deluxe edition a sixteen year old game. That now cost seventeen ninety nine nearly double its previous price going through. EA's list of games. Most of them seem to have affected. It seems like a change in his approach to regional pricing on steam rather than preparation for sale though this doesn't explain the inconsistencies Z's aside from the recent fall in order. There's no obvious reason why some of the Games haven't changed and some haven't in some cases the prices are now double what they are in origin Though some of them were already more expensive on steam before the price hike so it's not like e as bringing them more in line with regional prices on its own platform. Whatever the reason you might want to shop around if you're planning on buying something thing from ea on steam is that Europe specifically? Yeah that was the the region. They're talking about you. Cut One paragraph in there that was basically talking to the effect of Hey like sometimes they do this right before they go on sale. act like a bigger price. Yeah but the way they're doing it. They're they doesn't make sense so if you're ready to buy sixteen year. Old Sim city. Four deluxe edition because careful on that one. Yeah interesting. Are they doing this to then sell people and going to origin to get their game. I mean that's the other thing they say they don't really believe right like they. They know better better than me. Obviously because we're definitely in a PC landscape here st man or whatever but they call it out there. Yeah so it's not like he as bringing them more in line with regional prices on its own platform. Okay so I I mean the the idea you would think so but that seems like a weird move but maybe they are maybe other non. I don't why they're doing what's happening. It's just a weird thing. That people are noticing out of the blue happening in the the fact that it's only it's only happening in certain regions super weird too. Yeah we'll see we'll see Number seven is gamespot going to be up for sale. Soon this is Ed Hamhung among and Nubia Ahmad over at Bloomberg Viacom CBS INC is weighing options. For seen it after receiving takeover interest in the product review site according to people with knowledge of the matter a number of potential suitors contacted of I comm. CBS about the unit. After chief executive officer Bob Backlash said. He's looking king to offload non-core assets following a merger with CBS Corp.. Last year that the people said asking not to be identified as a matter of private backlash continues assess options for a number of businesses and hasn't made a decision on the sale of seen it. The people said four Viacom. CBS declined to comment. CBS bought it for one point. Eight billion dollars in two thousand eight adding such sites is TV DOT COM and Gamespot Dot com seen its value is likely to have shrunk since then the people said seeing that provides consumer electronic product reviews and News Viacom. CBS which completed the merger in December is looking generate. Five hundred million dollars in cost savings. Backlash has already decided to sell. CBS's midtown Manhattan skyscraper known as Black Rock. which could fetch more than one billion dollars Bloomberg Bloomberg News as reported in December a little inside baseball always like human track of this kind of stuff though the fact that they're talking about selling off non-core businesses the fact they're looking at talking very specifically has seen that as a site not the scene at suite of sites that they got when they were part of this merger and everything else? Now I'm not this guy's had fallen or anything like to keep your eye on when your parent company size they wanNA start selling off and making money. You gotTA start wondering does. CBS Does Viacom Viacom. I guess actually five Viacom now sit there and go you know what does video games makes sense. It's like why do we have gamespot and Chhaya bomb. Yeah that's the other. That's an even bigger question. Yeah what if what you have to imagine with. It's always such a weird thing with giant bomb because beloved. Yeah great work. I'm not saying but in some respect if you look at them in a profit loss sheet I have to imagine. Giant bomb cost next to nothing and makes money off the subs yes Jon. Bon Premium is beloved by the fan base and they use it in spending similar how we use Patriot on right. So you figure if you're looking at some New York fucking finance type you look at you like. I don't even know what this is. It's breaking even if not making more money than what it should normally would be fine and then you get the gamespot and you'd be wondering okay. Cool how is our ads sales. What is going on? Yeah even with the trajectory of what are we happening this year with advice four. PS Five xbox. All that jazz their traffic's. He's about to go through the roof to the argument. All this is not is gamespot a failing business or anything like that. I mean he's killing lately. They've been doing a lot of really fucking awesome stuff. Shot at the audio logs. The question is does Viacom. CBS Look at Gamespot and go. This is part of our core business. This is what we think of when we think of Viacom. CBS interesting interesting. It is interesting not really because we have to. You know I'll put I'll get through with the another eight outer world. Sold two million copies. This is Eddie. Gamespot fallout New Vegas Developer OBSIDIAN P G our world has sold more than two million copies. Parent Publisher Publisher two K announced during its earnings calls this week. The outer worlds also launched a free game on xbox game pass subscribers but the two million two million sales figures is presumably referring to four-game sales on the subject this is interesting of subscription services like xbox game pass take to CEO Strauss's l.. Nick said it's an ongoing conversation at the company regarding how much the company will support programs like Xbox game pass and others. He said that as a general rule take to simply wants to release games where the consumer is and that it should include or could include different services at the same time Zell Nick said subscription services might be better suited for older titles as a way to give them a second lease on life what we think subscription offerings are probably better suited for to catalog. But we're willing to take experimental changes when it makes sense it's early days for all these platforms. He said so. Congratulations of course. No one to outer world obsidian good job on them. I know how many people adore that game game and then of course interesting luke from sonic right and I think it gives you a glimpse into what they're thinking that. Yeah this is meant usually for older games but on an unproven property like Outer Worlds is or was at the time right now of course we know what it is and xbox snapped them up but as what outer worlds is when we were looking at it. We don't know what it is. So let's take a shot on it. Put it there and actually guarantee your money. I feel like a lot of this implies that it was on to K- to put that game on game pass which of course they had involvement in probably like the biggest thing on that by imagining those Microsoft's push right to get out of the world's on game since they now own obsidian probably there was a good deal. Cut Their to do so for them to start talking about like kind of the thought process of of that in all of that in the thing that I think is interesting because I don't I'm not going to then put future titles on game pass at launch this I I I find some of this interesting. The argument you said you found all the articles interesting so far yourself however I think the would be like when I it's more of the fact that when it's UK going to work with. I guess this is the whole their Their I I WANNA call Blackley Wassenaar Private Division that whole their little publishing thing that's happening that's where you see. The moves for this right of working with smaller developers on smaller games was that aren't going to have a bioshock mafia or whatever John p behind it and then it is that idea of now you have a success on top of it. Where if this is true right or if if what Eddie is gleaming from it right we're talking about sold more than two million copies? That's on top of Game Pass installs that obviously spread the word as you. You know game pass is known to do that. If you already give away your game for free the argument and stats show. You will sell more copies of the game because all of a sudden more people are talking about the game and they might not sell game pass on it. They'RE GONNA sell somebody on playstation four hundred on it. Yeah I think I mean. This is awesome for our outer worlds for because that game is that game's awesome And for it to come out on game passer free and still sell two million. That's pretty noteworthy. Because I'm one of the people that I own both. ps four and xbox one does rich kids yeah one of the one of the NFL switch But seeing that game came out on game pass maybe go okay. I'M GONNA play this game on xbox despite me playing playing pretty much every third party game all my playstation. Yeah you know so to see enough people. I imagine like a great amount of people have a playstation. Don't have an xbox and so saw all the conversation around the game or like Oh yeah that looks awesome. I'm going to try it out. I'M GONNA buy on playstation allows it to sell that much but yeah these are. These are great sales figures. The world's in congratulations to deserve number nine final story on the Roper report. Don't shake your head. You know what I mean. This is what you signed up for. You wanted to good Games. Dale you gotta it gives you. Tim's dream is coming here. There's a new crash game coming. This is Alex Walker. Talking people were super keen for the idea of a new crash. bandicoot sequel but a crash Endless runner probably isn't what they had in mind. Users online discovered listing for a crash. BANDICOOT spinoff from King Active Mobile Studio. And the makers of candy crush. It was revealed deal from ads on facebook. Although the facebook group isn't live at the time of writing these distance of a crash runner on mobile doesn't mean another crash. Equal isn't coming. activision has spoken about bringing more of their Ip to the mobile market in the past Diablo. Immortal being a good example as a way to complement their premium games crash bandicoot mobile would fit nicely into the strategy. Get people hype for the mobile with them. Mobile runner then advertise new crash during e three or one of playstations briefings you already added up. There sorry throwback up Jerry Scroll Down but you just go further down. Yeah see I think actually have a little bit more of what it looks like when you're doing this. Here's a tweet looks. It looks cursed. Yeah I hate this this man. What about him? It's crap has no soul. Maybe I'm run over awesome page crash. MANICHEAN areas look. He's running. I mean that's what crash trending. This is like a nightmare of a still run jump. I've been slide looking at him. He's GonNa get those wealth of fruits he's GonNa Smash that crate. He's not GonNa hit that block. I like your kind of like I don't like this. I don't like this at all. I mean what I wasn't GonNa ask the question because we're late but we're going to do now because even South Ricky Mc fly writes in the Patriot dot com slash kind of funny games and says a new crash bandicoot. It was leaked. What's with the deeply ingrained bias against mobile games that so prevalent and gaming culture? I guess a different type of experience but so many people right off a game as soon as it's announced for mobile and I don't really understand how does that look I it looks. It looks like Solis original crash soul is he's just some frigging ran running around. I don't think the game plan. I think the Gameplay fine for people who love in this runners in love what was like the original free. What was called the Indiana Joe? temple-run Laura temple-run. Yeah like people who like like temple run are going to enjoy it and I think this I begin fits with like what people know crash bandicoot to be you know like there are levels. You're so you're literally running away and it's kind of an illustrator running at the screen. TV THAT OH my i. You're you're I I mean not your attic person. I am but one crash bandicoot that much but to they'll fit more than the theme that has the harder crash Vancouver's running toward the screen. Greeny have no idea what you're running Bayer and it plays crap that's crash bandicoot. At least I don't think the like I don't think this idea is bad. I just that image edge this. I don't think it's a bad. I don't think it's a bad idea administration. That's a fine image. What do you people want? He looks like he's about to sell candy. It looks like crash bandicoot. It's I mean I'm I'm basically one of the people that question. This question is talking about because I am saying this because it is like a it's A. It's a mobile port the game. It's not our mobile game. You're tearing out the soul of Crash bandicoot and is this your even like crash. Don't fucking arguing apple. Arcane is fantastic. You should try and get home. Games are no longer occurs. Listen Games are bad ED. I'm just saying turning crash. Bandicoot temple run its curse. Hey you want more crashing to get more crash and again as we've already stated crash was never good. What a lot of the team wants? 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Effectively Wild Episode 1559: Forgotten Greats

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

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Effectively Wild Episode 1559: Forgotten Greats

"The. Hothouse. Low End welcome to episode, Fifteen, fifty, nine of effectively wildly baseball podcast van graphs presented by Patriots quarters. find them and Derek Ringer joined. A rally bankrupts. Hello MIC. Hello, this is the second episode in our week of episodes devoted to the Negro League, so on a previous episode. We talked to you about Kendrick of the Nikolay Baseball Museum today. We have two guests so I. We will talk to Jeremy Beer. Who wrote a great biography of Oscar Charleston last year? And basically a bunch of people have made the case that Oscar Charleston is the Best Negro Leagues Player, maybe the best or one of the very best baseball players. Players of all time, and he's probably not properly appreciated, so we will talk to me about why that is, and why he was so great and his life and career, and just generally the difficulty of writing a biography about a Negro player about whom less known than when would want, and then after that we will be talking to Dr Emily Rudder who is a professor who has written a lot and is an expert on patients of black baseball will be talking specifically about a couple of movies about the Negro Leagues Soul of the game from nineteen, Ninety six, and the Bingo long traveling all stars and motor kings from nineteen. Nineteen sixty six, so we'll talk a bit about those movies specifically, and than about the context, and why there aren't more movies and just works in general about Black Baseball both great conversations that we enjoyed, and we will get to them in just a moment before we do. I just want to make a recommendation which I have already made to you offline, but will make in longer for him here and make to all the listeners I'm hooked on a new baseball show, and it's called Stove League, and it is a Korean baseball, drama or drama. Thirty and I saw JJ Cooper from baseball. America tweet about it the other day. Day, and I thought boy. This looks really good, and that gave it a shot and Jesse and I have gotten totally hooked. I'll just give you the full rundown here. The show aired from last December to this February and it's been a hit in south. Korea, it's critically acclaimed in June. It won best drama at the Beck saying Arts Awards, which is I understand it is kind of like the Korean Oscars and emmys rolled into one said there's been one season so far there sixteen hour long episodes. It's pretty meaty, and we are five episodes in right now, and we are just totally hooked on it and I can't. Can't recommend it more highly to anyone who has start for baseball content and I think listeners of the show would really appreciate it and just the quick summary. It's about this team in the Korean Baseball League. It's I guess it's not explicitly the K B. O, but it's the K B. O. it's fictionalized teams, but that's what it is. It's the Creator Leagues, and it's actually shot at the home park of the K b. o s Kyw Nhs. It's this perennial basement dweller. A team called the dreams and their intent place year in and year out, and they have kind of been poorly run, and suddenly they get a new. New General Manager and they are running things in a different way. Really the protagonist is the woman who is the team leader. She sort of like the director of Baseball Operations I. Guess You could say would be the equivalent. She's the first woman in this position for a Korean team, and it's sort of presented from her viewpoint to an extent, although it focuses on a lot of characters to and so it's about her. It's about this GM who comes over from team handball. He's won championships in a bunch of other sports and he doesn't know that much about baseball, but is iconoclast, and he sees things clearly and he. He doesn't care what anyone thinks and he's GonNa. Turn this team around and they're just great storylines about scouting sabermetrics plays a very prominent part in the story, and they're all sorts of mentions of war, and WPA and they go through a round of interviews for a sabermetrics analyst, and they have like famous sabre, metric bloggers soup, not real ones, but kind of like real ones on the show, so for fan graphs, people. There's just a lot to like here. And it just sort of fills that void that pitch left, and that another show I've recommended grits, any or or money pitcher, a Japanese anime baseball show. It's sort of. Of a blend of both of those where it's the kind of heart warming drama where you really like all these characters in it's kind of funny, but it's also very inside baseball, and it presents solve these aspects of running a team that you don't typically see say in baseball movie may be in a way that might be almost off putting to kind of casual mainstream fans, but for our listeners. I think they really eat it up so against O. Flake coat, check it out. You will love it if you're looking for something. Watch over the long weekend. If you have one stove, league is what you WANNA. Check out. I. Mean in the sounds like ruins needs to an episode where we grow of later. Yeah, with the the accuracy of how serum metrics are portrayed, but yeah I'm so thrilled to have a a baseball show you know. We have lamented the loss of pitch many a time on this program. I think we still feel it's absence keenly, even though it is thankfully now. On Hulu, for those who want to. Engage with it for the first time, but yes we. Good Baseball. Media and representations of baseball of all kinds are kind of hard to come by think it'll be recurring theme of our episode today, so I'm excited to to get to dig in on a new one on one that centers a different league than MLB, which is often the focus so I'm very excited for your recommendation. Ben Yeah. It's right, it's it's close enough to what we know that it's not like. You'll feel out of your depth or anything, but it's also enough things. Don't work quite the same way there that you'll be kind of curious about some of the differences, and also some of the parallels, and you get some screen shots of spray charts and. Internal Team Systems and It's just great, and it's like it jumps around, so it will focus on player. Sometimes are scouts or data. Analysts are the people's lives away from the Ballpark, and then also how they're trying to turn around this team. It's the best in for anyone who wants to know how to watch. That is an important question to so it's available on a couple of Asian streaming services, so one of them is called Cola or Coca Cola. I will link to that. That and you can find it there, but I am watching it on another streaming service called Vicky the I K I am. The first two episodes are available for free there, so you can watch without even registering or anything, and then if you like them, which will, you can then sign up for free trial and potentially even watch the whole thing just for free. If you binge it quickly, but there are English subtitles. I will link to where you. You can find it and yet. Maybe when you watch, I will just say when not if I just presume that you will be checking this out at some point, maybe we can have a longer conversation about it. And once our listeners have had some time to check it out, too, but yes I I give it thus far through a about a third of the season. I give it my highest recommendation for fellow baseball. geeks very excited about this because. Because I! Don't know if you saw this earlier this week. I don't know that you would have occasion to follow. WHOSE TWITTER ACCOUNT BECAUSE WHY? Why would you do that Ben? I don't? Why would you do that? I don't either, but I saw this. Re tweeted into my time line that they you know. Try to get folks to watch. Pitch had a had a little promo that was clearly recently filmed between Kylie Bunbury as ginny and Mark Paul Guzzler. Which was very exciting. It suggested Continuing Pitch Universe that is just out of view but it was you know a twenty second promo to watch a series. I've already seen, and so as exciting as that brief taste was I I am in the market for for new baseball, TV so I will I will definitely engaged with it soon. Excellent all right then we will get to our first interview. We are joined now by Jeremy. Beer. Beer he is the author of the Book Oscar Charleston the life and legend of baseball's greatest forgotten player, which was published last year by the Great. University of Nebraska press whose virtues I have extolled before, and it has been very well received at one, the two thousand Eighteen Casey Award and the two thousand. Twenty Sabre Seymour Medal you can take my word for it if you if you don't know about baseball book awards, but very prestigious. Prestigious, so congratulations on the success Jeremy and thank you for coming on. It's my pleasure. Thanks for having me, so I was looking at Joe skis recent baseball, one hundred, his ranking of the top one hundred baseball players in history and he has Oscar Charleston at number, five between Hank Aaron and Ted. Williams and he's not the first to get that aggressive with an Oscar Charleston. Ranking Bill James and his new historical abstract had him. Him At number four, but looking at the other players Joe's list, who spent all or much of their careers in the Negro Leagues Have Cool Papa Bell, Monte Irvin smokey Joe. Williams Buck Leonard Pop Lloyd Josh Gibson Satchel page most of those players. I think probably have greater national recognition with average baseball fan than Oscar Charleston, even though his contemporaries all seem to say that he was the best or certainly one of the best and. said that he was Kaikoura. Babe Ruth Krist speaker rolled into one in that was the best player had ever see, and he was still only at the Seventh Negro leaker inducted into the hall of fame, and as you noted greatest forgotten