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Getting Naked in San Francisco: A History

Bay Curious

04:01 min | 9 months ago

Getting Naked in San Francisco: A History

"Who other than reporter just plot check could take on this not safe for work assignment off she goes from. The state of California has indecent exposure laws, but those only apply if someone is being sexual like masturbating in public or intentionally offensive flashing someone. But what if you're just hanging out naked minding your own business? California leaves that up to local governments. For the first half of the Twentieth Century San Francisco didn't have public nudity laws. FRISKIN S- just didn't go nude much but then the sixties arrived and with it naked people. Some saw disrobing as a form of political artistic or personal expression college students got a taste for streaking and then there were the hippies. It's just delightful to be in I'll be in and that's what this is another exotic prank to add to a growing list of student oriented rites of Spring. It's sort of a happy happening for hippies in San Francisco hippies wanted to get closer to nature and they got naked a lot in golden gate park. Here's a quote from police chief. Thomas Hill it wasn't uncommon for a Gal that come out of the bushes there in the. Panhandle. Without a damn stitch and stand right in front of you with our hands up. I was out in the park in two started going to it on the lawn beside me just to remind you sex is sexual and as such already illegal according to the state. But still conservatives wanted tougher local laws to prevent this kind of behavior and they eventually got nudity banned in the parks. However, the rest of San Francisco was still fair game. As time passed other cities made public nudity illegal among them, San Jose, and Berkeley Berkeley's interesting because it's been mostly due to one naked Guy Andrew Martinez a student at the University of California Berkeley. Decided that American society is sexually repressed and in an effort to write things he began attending classes and going everywhere else in the nude save for a pair of sandals backpack people theorized that Martinez was able to go nude without major complaint for so long because he was easy on the is Martinez attempted shock tactic soon, became old news among his fellow students to me was simply the naked guy. Administrators however sent Martinez home to stay warm until his case can be considered by a student conduct board in Nineteen ninety-two Martinez was expelled showed up naked to his disciplinary hearing at UC. Then in one, thousand, nine, hundred, three here arrived naked to a Berkeley city council meeting members were offended and voted to make public nudity a misdemeanor crime. Back in San Francisco Nudist, enjoy their time in the Sun City developed a reputation for bodies in the buff especially at certain public events like folsom street fair a leather fetish festival or Beta breakers of rambunctious twelve k race who was an exhilarating experience people on the sidelines cheering. Go naked people go. All right. This is a rich Pasco in nineteen, ninety eight he started running naked in Beta breakers. Pasco is also the coordinator of the Bay Area Nature rests we're group of people who believe that the human body is God's divine creation nothing to be ashamed of, and that our interaction with Mother Nature is enhanced by removing the barrier of clothing. POSCO says it wasn't just public events where people could let it all hang out there also newt approved beaches in certain places where nudists would congregate lose a group of people in San Francisco who thought that going new to Jane Warner Plaza would be a good idea. It's that plaza in the Castro with a few benches where the streetcar stops, it's a little urban park. In this little urban park became an urban nude beach,

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Getting Naked in San Francisco: A History

Bay Curious

03:17 min | 9 months ago

Getting Naked in San Francisco: A History

"Who other than reporter just plot check could take on this not safe for work assignment off she goes from. The state of California has indecent exposure laws, but those only apply if someone is being sexual like masturbating in public or intentionally offensive flashing someone. But what if you're just hanging out naked minding your own business? California leaves that up to local governments. For the first half of the Twentieth Century San Francisco didn't have public nudity laws. FRISKIN S- just didn't go nude much but then the sixties arrived and with it naked people. Some saw disrobing as a form of political artistic or personal expression college students got a taste for streaking and then there were the hippies. It's just delightful to be in I'll be in and that's what this is another exotic prank to add to a growing list of student oriented rites of Spring. It's sort of a happy happening for hippies in San Francisco hippies wanted to get closer to nature and they got naked a lot in golden gate park. Here's a quote from police chief. Thomas Hill it wasn't uncommon for a Gal that come out of the bushes there in the. Panhandle. Without a damn stitch and stand right in front of you with our hands up. I was out in the park in two started going to it on the lawn beside me just to remind you sex is sexual and as such already illegal according to the state. But still conservatives wanted tougher local laws to prevent this kind of behavior and they eventually got nudity banned in the parks. However, the rest of San Francisco was still fair game. As time passed other cities made public nudity illegal among them, San Jose, and Berkeley Berkeley's interesting because it's been mostly due to one naked Guy Andrew Martinez a student at the University of California Berkeley. Decided that American society is sexually repressed and in an effort to write things he began attending classes and going everywhere else in the nude save for a pair of sandals backpack people theorized that Martinez was able to go nude without major complaint for so long because he was easy on the is Martinez attempted shock tactic soon, became old news among his fellow students to me was simply the naked guy. Administrators however sent Martinez home to stay warm until his case can be considered by a student conduct board in Nineteen ninety-two Martinez was expelled showed up naked to his disciplinary hearing at UC. Then in one, thousand, nine, hundred, three here arrived naked to a Berkeley city council meeting members were offended and voted to make public nudity a misdemeanor crime. Back in San Francisco Nudist, enjoy their time in the Sun City developed a reputation for bodies in the buff especially at certain public events like folsom street fair a leather fetish festival or Beta breakers of rambunctious twelve k race who was an exhilarating experience people on the sidelines cheering. Go naked people go. All right.

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"beta breakers" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Pick that that's not be good as Fokker. I just didn't know enough about this was drafted. I had followed anybody. Really outside of the top fifteen so I D- sometimes talked about like who we wouldn't would not have liked film on conceptually but I haven't really seen too tight Jones at twenty four. I thought that was thought it was worthwhile. Pick and it was I will say a one when I watched the early film on. Larry Nance I was like why the Hell did you draft this guy. But he's out definitely outperformed has dropped twenty seven. I mean just a capable player. I mean look at all the guys drafted around yeah. The health was was a big issue for him to eat coming off a tornado in college. He's older which were running into Wilbert. Yeah he was twenty two and he's drafted. I think that's all we got here. Thanks so much for joining us of course and we'll be back tomorrow but we will stick around here on twitch to answer a few of your questions at start here. I'll scroll up against some of these comments of Bernardo Ferrara Ninety nine. I think you guys are underrating. Kp on defense. The mavs defenses night and day with him. I mean I I really believe in them. Defensively I he's maybe the One guy in the league that I would most want standing under the basket when someone tries to go to the rim. He's just got that crazy standing. Reach it and Wingspan. I think he's a very good defensive player. I worry a little bit about his mobility. I WANNA see him in the playoffs. WanNa see him. You know getting out in the floorboards of more scheme versatility like he hasn't really been stress tested yet in the playoff crucible but I mean I think he's one of the best protectors in the NBA. So I value as deep very highly. I'm pulling up the on off for Porzingus so this So yeah I mean right now. Mavs have a one. Oh eight five defensive rating when porzingas is on the floor and that jumps up five points per and possessions to one thirteen point five when he's when he's that is a pretty big difference. Yeah I mean that's got to lower end of the top. Ten to bottom defenses that difference How do we Dani and nate to trade shirts? What is your show? You have like the camp camp. This is also a nickelodeon reference. Yeah this is actually a Beta breakers costume and then later I just did you watch the show because if you about to be really sad right now if that's the way this happened. I didn't really know because I was so good. I it's more like your generation. Wow than mine but but One of my friends was more the terrorist you know he had like a fake Aggro crag that we were like carting around with Beta breakers. If you guys don't know that's It's Kinda like just another Halloween this race. That takes place Most years in May on a on in May and people just dress up in costumes and walk the course and then go to Party I. It was a very distinct childhood experience. I ran the Beta breakers every year. From when I was I think like twelve to when I was seventeen so yeah it was a very different. Cisco EXPERIENCE FOR ME. The Spurs not getting a capable five to displace laws starting lineup as an underrated reason. Why they've been bad. I'm not sure that a five is what I think with purtill they had that And Aldridge probably defensively is going to be hard pressed to play anything but the five if he gets more really having a four to replace whether you want to say it's Bertans or you know someone who can move into the starting to be what they hope tomorrow. Carol could be for them that he just wasn't this year. Where would we have Pat Contin? Just good good to hear few buddy He's already twenty seven. We're we're rotation players categories. That was fifteen to twenty two. I think you could throw them in rotation not a high amount of minutes but please fide. Yeah I think I had an twentieth overall in this group. And we'll of course post these patriot DOT COM SLASH. Dunkin Larou- Both of our our boards here After the careers of these draft picks which teams actually did a good job developing players to fit in particular role or in general That's a good question. The heat the heat with both winslow and Richardson. Richardson in particular. And that's the number one to me. Yeah I think that's totally fair. And winslow. They've they've maneuvered him into a spot that he could be more useful player. I think that you know you compare. There are lots of reasons why he's been more successful than Stanley. Johnson I think development and support as a part of that Boston with zero zero pretty much. Everyone was saying was a big reach at the time. Yeah those those the ones that really sick and Utah with Neil would gather absolutely. Yeah because he if he wasn't playing that role he wouldn't be in. The Devon Booker has improved a lot and he's grown into the player that a lot of people thought he would be. I don't know how to apportion credit with that. But I sure the sunsets out of it. I'm I'M GONNA I'M GONNA give it to him mostly. I don't think there was a I mean they. They've cody topper was there. I mean I I know him I think he has a good philosophy with players. He was there last year when poker text took himself sworn in Ricardo voice another front of the program. He's there now and I think so. They've they've probably done some pretty good work with them. I would say but it's also That they've just had so much discontinuity that it's hard for the overall organization. It's hard to put a lot of credit. Like Oh yeah. They really had defined his role like worked his skill set towards this role. That seems it he. He came in way better than expected already. So I I don't necessarily get the organization that Let's see why was lyles drafted? So high. Sa Med Techs Spurs I think part of it was just not understanding that pure power fords. Were dead an those funny because I think at that time was like oh you need like a stretch for now right. That was douse the revolution. He needed a stretch for. But we just didn't realize that Tricia power forwards just work. Meal survived defensively in another part of this year I have his player page up. These were these were trey. Lyles recruiting rankings. Going into his single season Kentucky Eleven on Scout Thirteen on rivals six on ESPN so he was a highly touted guy who kind of did what people thought he was going to do in college. And so that's often the way this works out and it's not like that's necessarily a bad thing. Some of the guys who did well in our Sei and then were bad in college ended up being better than the draft slot All right last one here. cave-ins forty-three. How would you compare porzingus and bear with the biggest differences in their defense of Games I think that go bear is much more mobile key plays harder he is a much better rebounders That's I think he just has better awareness and help in stinks better conventional pick and roll defence instincts as well Better hands probably. He's really I think he's better just about every area. Except maybe if he's standing right under the remedy try and go go score on him. Then maybe porzingas is superior But anything to add there. That was a great i. Thanks for joining us Hope hope this is fun. Tell your friends We'll be back with usually what the plan is good. B. Is we're going to tweet out when we know when we're recording. I mean it's going to be an approximate time because a lot of times we just start. Recording research is done. That can take longer than we expect at times. So it's going to be pretty loose. But usually we'll try and get tweets out both the about the time that we're going to do it the day and then we'll also try to tweet when we're around when we're starting and Then when we actually are starting so that'll be the system if you want to get back in here again And we'll see you tomorrow night till..

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"beta breakers" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"We should probably move to the next auto okay so my next one is exploring golden gate park which talked about. We talked about Cal Academy we talked about the Bison. It's huge Golden Gate Park. We already said it's bigger than Central Park. It's it stretches all the way from Like the Haight Ashbury neighborhood which you've probably heard of because hippies to the ocean is enormous and you could just spend all day walking through it biking through it like you'll probably come come across lake some cool hippies that have been there since the sixties you'll probably come across like random other museums the museum there which is really awesome and it's just gorgeous. There's a beautiful Japanese garden in the middle of their and you just feel like you stepped into Japan. There's just so much to do in there. You could spend days just getting lost in there and then while you're on that side of the city my other one that I really love in that area is called the batteries to bluffs trail so this is one of my favorite places to view the Golden Gate Bridge. Because you've always he's got to look at it right like you can't come to San Francisco and not take a bunch of bridge southeast but if you go to like the touristy bridge spot there's just a bunch of tourists and a parking lot and it's just like not the best so head up the road a little bit. And you'RE GONNA go into the presidio which is like this beautiful national not national. It's a state park but anyway it's just like park area around the Golden Gate Bridge and and there's this trail that runs from these old historic batteries. All the way down to the ocean and at the bottom of the ocean when you get to the end of the trail is a nude beach which is just a fun little San Francisco experience. You know you can't really you can't say you've been a San Francisco if you didn't see some deck it's not directly at the bottom of the stairs. You gotta you gotTa wonder around the bottom bottom of the stairs and five feet. I believe this is also where burning man was started right. Yeah Yeah so But that's definitely the best place to see the Golden Gate Bridge and it's just a beautiful. It's like one mile trail and it's just it's lovely highly. Recommend what are your favorite. Must Do's so mine are a few minor pretty seasonal the first one which okay. I'm way too old to party anymore. I got that all out in the twenty s but I will say that one of the best parties by far is Beta breakers which happens in the spring and it's a marathon that starts at the bay so on the eastern side of the city and it goes goes down market street and down Hayes all the way over to the ocean on the other side and just making this sound exhausting. It's a marathon but that's not at all it matters. No that's like that's like like what it is on the surface but really what it is is everybody follows the marathon runners and just parties through the city. Everyone gets in crazy costumes costumes and everybody tries to hide alcohol because like officially you can't have alcohol but everyone is drunk and UC super interesting costumes. And it's all like these group costumes. Our favorite one was a group dressed as the Jurassic Park ride. They even had a tyrannosaurus rags and he would like come pop up and they would all be like Has a little yellow strap. said they would like get into order. It was super cute. I just love how you're doing. Like rollercoaster moves right now which nobody nobody can see. Because it's a podcast. While I was doing rollercoaster moves anyway. It's a huge part of. There's so many like house parties that you pass along the route to. It's just so much fun. My first week week that I was in San Francisco was Beta breakers and I live on the route and my roommates just woke me up with a pin gwyn costume a shot and a PBR. And he was like it's it's Beta breakers will explain later. Don't let anyone use our bathroom which you did not follow. No I did follow it but the year before they didn't they let one person in the bathroom and then they got finished getting ready and they walked out and there was like a line of twenty people in the living room. Those informative dead. Yeah but it's Super Fun Even if you're not a big drinker last time we were there we were sober and we still had a lot of fun. You do have to be comfortable with naked people because like we said it is legal here in nudity is just part of Beta breakers and and you just you gotta learn to live with that. You're in San Francisco. We usually start like a bet that is boobs buts or Dick's game which twins we're GonNa see the most of and we keep a running tally which I've realized that's always win. It covers their but but they're like oh but frying fall hanging out now but they're always out it's always win running out scalise. That's always my other must do. My other recommendation is a picnic and Dolores Park fellow. I'm hoping we cut that out now. We're not cutting it out. Dolores Park is a park between the mission and the Castro throw. It is one of the most beautiful views and it's always got the best weather and it's real easy to spot because everyone is going. They're not even. I'm just on a weekend weekdays two. It's always filled with people drinking becoming like nobody in San Francisco has job. Apparently everyone brings their dogs. Everyone ruined brings like some elaborate game. I remember seeing giant beer pong where they had like the rubbermaid trash cans instead of Red Solo Cup. That's amazing and they use a beach ball. I I may actually be able to do that. I'm pretty good at that. There's also a Guy Michael also known as the room coconut guy. He's got long dreads and he just walks around with bag of Michetti and a cooler and he'll just pull a coconut out and offer you like a coconut and then he'll hack it up and then pour rum and and if you want. There's the girl with the Swiss Miss Outfit with edibles. Yeah she's got edibles of all kinds like and they're all serial based so it's like I really like fruit. I really like APPLEJACK applejack so I wanted to have an apple. Jacks edible and no like weed is legal in California but this has been going on since longtime ago way before it was actually legal legal. But they're still they're like they don't care anytime somebody and Dolores Park walks up and like offers you something just you know by it. It's probably fine but also assume it's got weeded. There's even an app you can find your friends in Dolores. Park dislike most San Francisco APP that I've ever heard of this is called Dullsville another thing that I always say to do and again this is only half the year but you have to go to a giants game Oracle Park is beautiful eighteen. At and T.. Sorry I know it used to be used to be packed bill. No that's too old. Yeah so it's one of the most actually is the most beautiful park in the country. Ballpark I mean. Is that just like you saying that or no. That was the Major League Baseball Association. Okay they have a ton of great food. Because because it's San Francisco. We have the best food. Don't add me but got really good. Food are like garlic. Fries are seem so good. Our team used to be good. Wow how I don't think a lot to be fan if you say that no years. That hasn't been even years have been the case since two thousand fourteen go is all right. I I live in Oakland all right. There's also really good drink. Drink options Gear Deli has like salted caramel hot chocolate thousand. That was what I was GONNA say him. Go see a game but it does get freezing if it's a night game or blazing hot if it's a day game. Yeah because there's a lot of sun exposure and you also get really like moist like if you're still at the park nine pm. No it's true like moist because the fog rolls in the fog rolls in and you you just realize you're just soaking wet. Even though it's not raining in theory and then Siegel start like circling overhead. And you just Kinda round like ten. PM You just. I just feel like you're in like the birds you got out of there. If you've ever been no baseball game you know that around the seven and seventh innings. Stretch your thinking. Oh they're up by a few points. The game might might turn. But you also know that there's very few dramatic endings to baseball games. So I will say that if you get to that point and you realize the game's GonNa go one way. Just go just go. It's impossible supposed to get on the first train home. You're going to be there. You'RE GONNA be out until midnight. My fourth thing is to see a show now that a few things so it can mean a concert a play it could mean drag show There's tons of news where this is possible. There's a lot more independent places like Bottom of the hill is a smaller caller venue. But it's really famous because a lot of now famous people have played there. The mission has a ton of different venues. Protrero Hill has a lot. The tenderloin has a lot so you can just find like either a small or a large one and most days of the week. There's either GonNa be a concert a drag show or play so the orpheum and The Act Theater have off Broadway shows so we just saw Hamilton there all right. We're not going to talk about that. I didn't hate it I just anyway. We're GONNA just things a lot for putting me on blast on our podcast. Our favorite drag show is coming up next month. We've been seeing it for the last few years. It's it's a buffy. The vampire slayer drags really take a whole season of buffy and they make it into the most amazing epic drag show like there's like special effects initial. Yeah it's ridiculously good like the production quality is like I was blown away my last thing and again. This is seasonal. Because it's usually just hot weather and you have a ton of options here but go to a festival there are music festivals such as hardly strictly Bluegrass side land outside lands exactly but there's also tons of like street fairs like the how Weird Festival kicks off the festival season in April. The Pride Festival is huge. which obviously there's the FOLSOM street festival? which if you're in the city in September Selassie Sunday September so fulsome is the leather festival? We're done kink. Not just like you know cowboys cowboys cowboys. But we're talking about like kink leather. which is awesome? If you're into that is a little jarring if you're just here with your your family and you didn't have that discussion beforehand. Maybe So you just you know just know if you're coming in to check if you're coming during FOLSOM street fair. It's a lot of fun

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"beta breakers" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

10:44 min | 1 year ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"And I'm allowed to say away trash because I'm here in Kentucky in you're allowed to say white trash because I was born Bakersville. Yes I was going to say it so basically really every Sunday night. Butter does Kariuki. So you can get like you're white trash themed drinks which talk about later and you're white trash themed food think like you know deep fried twinkies and Ravioli out of a can and sing Karaoke and like you might be picturing like some down home you know drunk Mascaro key but this is like this is like we're series Carrio years like come to play this highbrow hot Mascara. There's actually like a competitive like Karaoke teams Francisco this up. It's one guy I. It has a competitive shirt I don. I can't vouch for this that it's an actual league. But he does. We did see a shirt one time. So you like nine and basically you need one song and you can having to have practiced your song. Because you're only going to get the thing the ones on and I know that sounds less fun. But it's way more fun because you feel like a Rockstar and we'd love Karaoke butter so much that we actually hire the Karaoke Dj EJ to do our wedding reception. 'cause we had karaoke wedding reception and it was awesome. Yeah he's also got like really cool selection of of songs that you you've definitely heard these songs things whether they were in like video games or like obscure references deep you goes. He's got a deep bench. Yeah but there's also a caveat if you're going to sing Bohemian Immune rhapsody or don't stop believe in you have to pay five dollars. Yeah the Katie days name is Roger Niner. We love him he also does the same. Where like if you're sucking on your song? He will jump. I've been an sing with you. And he he has the voice of an angel. It's not just if you're sucking on it if he's also into the Song Oh yeah and they'll harmonize with you. You don't have to do at partner. He'll be your duet partner. It's it's actually so fun and you'll probably see us there if you go because we go a lot. I usually do under pressure with him. That's pretty mercury. Yeah I usually do Britney spears. It's still a show. I also do Johnny Cash. It's easy go to. We should probably move to the next auto okay so my next one is exploring golden gate park which talked about. We talked about Cal Academy we talked about the Bison. It's huge Golden Gate Park. We already said it's bigger than Central Park. It's it stretches all the way from Like the Haight Ashbury neighborhood which you've probably heard of because hippies to the ocean is enormous and you could just spend all day walking through it biking through it like you'll probably come come across lake some cool hippies that have been there since the sixties you'll probably come across like random other museums the museum there which is really awesome and it's just gorgeous. There's a beautiful Japanese garden in the middle of their and you just feel like you stepped into Japan. There's just so much to do in there. You could spend days just getting lost in there and then while you're on that side of the city my other one that I really love in that area is called the batteries to bluffs trail so this is one of my favorite places to view the Golden Gate Bridge. Because you've always he's got to look at it right like you can't come to San Francisco and not take a bunch of bridge southeast but if you go to like the touristy bridge spot there's just a bunch of tourists and a parking lot and it's just like not the best so head up the road a little bit. And you'RE GONNA go into the presidio which is like this beautiful national not national. I think it's a state park but anyway it's just like park area around the Golden Gate Bridge and and there's this trail that runs from these old historic batteries. All the way down to the ocean and at the bottom of the ocean when you get to the end of the trail is a nude beach which is just a fun little San Francisco experience. You know you can't really you can't say you've been a San Francisco if he didn't like some deck. It's not directly at the bottom of the stairs. You gotta you gotTa wonder around the bottom bottom of the stairs and five feet. I believe this is also where burning man was started right. Yeah Yeah so But that's definitely the best place to see the Golden Gate Bridge and it's just a beautiful. It's like one mile trail and it's just it's lovely highly. Recommend what are your favorite. Must Do's so mine are a few minor pretty seasonal the first one which okay. I'm way too old to party anymore. I got that all out in the twenty s but I will say that one of the best parties by far is Beta breakers which happens in the spring and it's a marathon that starts at the bay so on the eastern side of the city and it goes goes down market street and down Hayes all the way over to the ocean on the other side and just making this sound exhausting. It's a marathon but that's not at all it matters. No that's like that's like like what it is on the surface but really what it is is everybody follows the marathon runners and just parties through the city. Everyone gets in crazy costumes costumes and everybody tries to hide alcohol because like officially you can't have alcohol but everyone is drunk and UC super interesting costumes. And it's all like these group costumes. Our favorite one was a group dressed as the Jurassic Park ride. They even had a tyrannosaurus rags and he would like come pop up and they would all be like They had the little yellow strap said they would like get into order. It was super cute. I just love how you're doing. Like rollercoaster moves right now which nobody nobody can see. Because it's a podcast. While I was doing roller coaster moves anyway. It's a huge part of. There's so many like house parties that you pass along the route to. It's just so much fun. My I like week week that I was in San Francisco was Beta breakers and I live on the route and my roommates just woke me up with a pin gwyn costume a shot and a PBR. And he was like it's it's Beta breakers will explain later. Don't let anyone use our bathroom which you did not follow. No I did follow it but the year before they didn't they let one person in the bathroom and then they got finished getting ready and they walked out and there was like a line of twenty people in the living room. Those informative dead. Yeah but it's Super Fun Even if you're not a big drinker last time we were there we were sober and we still had a lot of fun. You do have to be comfortable with naked people because like we said it is legal here in nudity is just part of Beta breakers and and you just you gotta learn to live with that. You're in San Francisco. We usually start like a bet that is boobs buts or Dick's game which twins we're GonNa see the most of and we keep a running tally which I've realized that's always win. It covers their but but they're like oh but frying fall hanging out now but they're always out it's always win running out scalise. That's always my other must do. My other recommendation is a picnic and Dolores Park fellow. I'm hoping we cut that out now. We're not cutting it out. Dolores Park is a park between the mission and the Castro throw. It is one of the most beautiful views and it's always got the best weather and it's real easy to spot because everyone is going. They're not even. I'm just on a weekend weekdays two. It's always filled with people drinking becoming like nobody in San Francisco has job. Apparently everyone brings their dogs. Everyone ruined brings like some elaborate game. I remember seeing giant beer pong where they had like the rubbermaid trash cans instead of Red Solo Cup. That's amazing and they use a beach ball. I I may actually be able to do that. I'm pretty good at that. There's also a Guy Michael also known as the room coconut guy. He's got long dreads and he just walks around with bag of Michetti and a cooler and he'll just pull a coconut out and offer you like a coconut and then he'll hack it up and then pour rum and and if you want and there's the girl with the Swiss Miss Outfit with edibles yeah she's got edibles of all kinds like and they're all serial based so it's like I really like fruit. I really like APPLEJACK applejack so I wanted to have an apple. Jacks edible and no like weed is legal in California but this has been going on since longtime ago way before it was actually legal legal. But they're still they're like they don't care anytime somebody and Dolores Park walks up and like offers you something just you know by it. It's probably fine but also assume it's got weeded. There's even an app you can find your friends in Dolores. Park dislike most San Francisco APP that I've ever heard of this is called Dullsville another thing that I always say to do and again this is only half the year but you have to go to a giants game Oracle Park is beautiful eighteen. At and T.. Sorry I know it used to be used to be packed bill. No that's too old. Yeah so it's one of the most actually is the most beautiful park in the country. Ballpark I mean. Is that just like you saying that or no. That was the Major League Baseball Association. Okay they have a ton of great food. Because because it's San Francisco. We have the best food. Don't add me but got really good. Food are like garlic. Fries are seem so good. Our team used to be good. Wow how I don't think a lot to be fan if you say that no years. That hasn't been even years have been the case since two thousand fourteen go is all right. I I live in Oakland all right. There's also really good drink. Drink options Gear Deli has like salted caramel hot chocolate thousand. That was what I was GONNA say him. Go see a game but it does get freezing if it's a night game or blazing hot if it's a day game. Yeah because there's a lot of sun exposure and you also get really like moist like if you're still at the park nine pm. No it's true like moist because the fog rolls in the fog rolls in and you you just realize you're just soaking wet. Even though it's not raining in theory and then Siegel start like circling overhead. And you just Kinda round like ten. PM You just. I just feel like you're in like the birds you got out of there. If you've ever been to a baseball game you know that around the seven and seventh innings. Stretch your thinking. Oh they're up by a few points. The game might might turn. But you also know that there's very few dramatic endings to baseball games. So I will say that if you get to that point and you realize the game's GonNa go one way. Just go just go. It's impossible supposed to get on the first train home. You're going to be there. You'RE GONNA be out until midnight. My fourth thing is to see a show now that a few things so it can mean a concert a play it could mean drag show There's tons of news where this is possible. There's a lot more independent places like Bottom of the hill is a smaller caller venue. But it's really famous because a lot of now famous people have played there. The mission has a ton of different venues. Protrero Hill has a lot. The tenderloin has a lot so you can just find like either a small or a large one and most days of the week. There's GonNa be a concert a drag show or play so the orpheum and the act theater have off Broadway shows so we just saw Hamilton there. All right. We're not going to talk about that. I didn't hate it I just anyway. We're going to do things a lot for putting me on blast on our podcast. Our favorite drag show is coming up.

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"beta breakers" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"A Thursday night definitely check out my next thing this goes with your your like amy. Schumer messy beam karaoke at butter. So butter is a white white trash themed bar which we love. And I'm allowed to say away trash because I'm from Kentucky in you're allowed to say white trash because I was born Bakersville. Yes I was going to say it so basically really every Sunday night. Butter does Kariuki. So you can get like you're white trash themed drinks which talk about later and you're white trash themed food think like you know deep fried twinkies and Ravioli out of a can and sing Karaoke and like you might be picturing like some down home you know drunk Mascaro key but this is like this is like we're series Carrio years like come to play this highbrow hot Mascara. There's actually like a competitive like Karaoke teams Francisco this up. It's one guy I. It has a competitive shirt I don. I can't vouch for this that it's an actual league. But he does. We did see a shirt one time. So you like nine and basically you need one song and you can having to have practiced your song. Because you're only going to get the thing. The song and I know that sounds less fun. But it's way more fun because you feel like a rockstar. And we'd love Karaoke butter so much that we actually hire the Karaoke Dj EJ to do our wedding reception. 'cause we had karaoke wedding reception and it was awesome. Yeah he's also got like really cool selection of of songs that you you've definitely heard these songs things whether they were in like video games or like obscure references deep you goes. He's got a deep bench. Yeah but there's also a caveat if you're going to sing Bohemian Immune rhapsody or don't stop believe in you have to pay five dollars. Yeah the Katie days name is Roger Niner. We love him he also does the same. Where like if you're sucking on your song? He will jump. I've been an sing with you. And he he has the voice of an angel. It's not just if you're sucking on it if he's also into the Song Oh yeah and they'll harmonize with you. You don't have to do at partner. He'll be your duet partner. It's it's actually so fun and you'll probably see us there if you go because we go a lot. I usually do under pressure with him. That's pretty mercury. Yeah I usually do Britney spears. It's still a show. I also do Johnny Cash. It's easy go to. We should probably move to the next auto okay so my next one is exploring golden gate park which talked about. We talked about Cal Academy we talked about the Bison. It's huge Golden Gate Park. We already said it's bigger than Central Park. It's it stretches all the way from Like the Haight Ashbury neighborhood which you've probably heard of because hippies to the ocean is enormous and you could just spend all day walking through it biking through it like you'll probably come come across lake some cool hippies that have been there since the sixties you'll probably come across like random other museums the museum there which is really awesome and it's just gorgeous. There's a beautiful Japanese garden in the middle of their and you just feel like you stepped into Japan. There's just so much to do in there. You could spend days just getting lost in there and then while you're on that side of the city my other one that I really love in that area is called the batteries to bluffs trail so this is one of my favorite places to view the Golden Gate Bridge. Because you've always he's got to look at it right like you can't come to San Francisco and not take a bunch of bridge southeast but if you go to like the touristy bridge spot there's just a bunch of tourists and a parking lot and it's just like not the best so head up the road a little bit. And you'RE GONNA go into the presidio which is like this beautiful national not national. It's a state park but anyway it's just like park area around the Golden Gate Bridge and and there's this trail that runs from these old historic batteries. All the way down to the ocean and at the bottom of the ocean when you get to the end of the trail is a nude beach which is just a fun little San Francisco experience. You know you can't really you can't say you've been a San Francisco if he didn't like some deck. It's not directly at the bottom of the stairs. You gotta you gotTa wonder around the bottom bottom of the stairs and five feet. I believe this is also where burning man was started right. Yeah Yeah so But that's definitely the best place to see the Golden Gate Bridge and it's just a beautiful. It's like one mile trail and it's just it's lovely highly. Recommend what are your favorite. Must Do's so mine are a few minor pretty seasonal the first one which okay. I'm way too old to party anymore. I got that all out in the twenty s but I will say that one of the best parties by far is Beta breakers which happens in the spring and it's a marathon that starts at the bay so on the eastern side of the city and it goes goes down market street and down Hayes all the way over to the ocean on the other side and just making this sound exhausting. It's a marathon but that's not at all it matters. No that's like that's like like what it is on the surface but really what it is is everybody follows the marathon runners and just parties through the city. Everyone gets in crazy costumes costumes and everybody tries to hide alcohol because like officially you can't have alcohol but everyone is drunk and UC super interesting costumes. And it's all like these group costumes. Our favorite one was a group dressed as the Jurassic Park ride. They even had a tyrannosaurus rags and he would like come pop up and they would all be like They had the little yellow strap said they would like get into order. It was super cute. I just love how you're doing. Like rollercoaster moves right now which nobody nobody can see. Because it's a podcast. While I was doing rollercoaster moves anyway. It's a huge part of. There's so many like house parties that you pass along the route to. It's just so much fun. My I like week week that I was in San Francisco was Beta breakers and I live on the route and my roommates just woke me up with a pin gwyn costume a shot and a PBR. And he was like it's it's Beta breakers will explain later. Don't let anyone use our bathroom which you did not follow. No I did follow it but the year before they didn't they let one person in the bathroom and then they got finished getting ready and they walked out and there was like a line of twenty people in the living room. Those informative dead. Yeah but it's Super Fun Even if you're not a big drinker last time we were there we were sober and we still had a lot of fun. You do have to be comfortable with naked people because like we said it is legal here in nudity is just part of Beta breakers and and you just you gotta learn to live with that. You're in San Francisco. We usually start like a bet that is boobs buts or Dick's game which twins we're GonNa see the most of and we keep a running tally which I've realized that's always win. It covers their but but they're like oh but frying fall hanging out now but they're always out that's always win running out scalise. That's always my other must do. My other recommendation is a picnic and Dolores Park fellow. I'm hoping we cut that out now. We're not cutting it out. Dolores Park is a park between the mission and the Castro throw. It is one of the most beautiful views and it's always got the best weather and it's real easy to spot because everyone is going. They're not even. I'm just on a weekend weekdays two. It's always filled with people drinking becoming like nobody in San Francisco has job. Apparently everyone brings their dogs. Everyone ruined brings like some elaborate game. I remember seeing giant beer pong where they had like the rubbermaid trash cans instead of Red Solo Cup. That's amazing and they use a beach ball. I I may actually be able to do that. I'm pretty good at that. There's also a Guy Michael also known as the room coconut guy. He's got long dreads and he just walks around with bag of Michetti and a cooler and he'll just pull a coconut out and offer you like a coconut and then he'll hack it up and then pour rum and and if you want and there's the girl with the Swiss Miss Outfit with edibles yeah she's got edibles of all kinds like and they're all serial based so it's like I really like fruit. I really like APPLEJACK applejack so I wanted to have an apple. Jacks edible and no like weed is legal in California but this has been going on since longtime ago way before it was actually legal legal. But they're still they're like they don't care anytime somebody and Dolores Park walks up and like offers you something just you know by it. It's probably fine but also assume it's got weeded. There's even an app you can find your friends in Dolores. Park dislike most San Francisco APP that I've ever heard of this is called Dullsville another thing that I always say to do and again this is only half the year but you have to go to a giants game Oracle Park is beautiful eighteen. At and T.. Sorry I know it used to be used to be packed bill. No that's too old. Yeah so it's one of the most actually is the most beautiful park in the country. Ballpark I mean. Is that just like you saying that or no. That was the Major League Baseball Association. Okay they have a ton of great food. Because because it's San Francisco. We have the best food. Don't add me but got really good. Food are like garlic. Fries are seem so good. Our team used to be good. Wow how I don't think a lot to be fan if you say that no years. That hasn't been even years have been the case since two thousand fourteen go is all right. I I live in Oakland all right. There's also really good drink. Drink options Gear Deli has like salted caramel hot chocolate thousand. That was what I was GONNA say him. Go see a game but it does get freezing if it's a night game or blazing hot if it's a day game. Yeah because there's a lot of sun exposure and you also get really like moist like if you're still at the park nine pm. No it's true like moist because the fog rolls in the fog rolls in and you you just realize you're just soaking wet. Even though it's not raining in theory and then Siegel start like circling overhead. And you just Kinda round like ten. PM You just. I just feel like you're in like the birds you got out of there. If you've ever been to a baseball game you know that around the seven and seventh innings. Stretch your thinking. Oh they're up by a few points. The game might might turn. But you also know that there's very few dramatic endings to baseball games. So I will say that if you get to that point and you realize the game's GonNa go one way. Just go just go. It's impossible supposed to get on the first train home. You're going to be there. You'RE GONNA be out until midnight. My fourth thing is to see a show now that a few things so it can mean a concert a play it could mean drag show There's tons of news where this is possible. There's a lot more independent places like Bottom of the hill is a smaller caller venue. But it's really famous because a lot of now famous people have played there. The mission has a ton of different venues. Protrero Hill has a lot. The tenderloin has a lot so you can just find like either a small or a large one and most days of the week. There's GonNa be a concert a drag show or play so the orpheum and the act theater have off Broadway shows so we just saw Hamilton there. All right. We're not going to talk about that. I didn't hate it I just anyway. We're going to do things a lot for putting me on blast on our podcast. Our favorite drag show is coming up.

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"beta breakers" Discussed on Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

"To Beta breakers party Beta Beta breakers came to us the face hit soon we literally cleared out all of our inventory you can imagine look like walking into a blank store and just throwing razors because the party went right in front and everybody would just walk right in party for a little bit head to the next <unk> deejays and everything it was just crazy so those are wild but I guess through that time period you know because we had an audience that was expecting things from us. They're obviously expecting good times whenever they came out to visit us but we also need to focus on continue focusing on the product and so we have we kind of always been known to be having soft comfortable where you know hopefully you know working with local artists as always having designs that people thought were compelling not enough that they wanted to pick it up and wear rocket and put it in their door in where it on a regular basis so that's that's always been really fun unique to work with a lot of artists in the city but then also <hes> a compliment that people are taking us out all the time and refuse so we'll see August with actually I mean you kind of brushed on it too. So then as far as I'm sure over the years obviously trends and styles they change is like double. What would you say your particular style would be definitely soft comfortable wears? Let people know they can. They can wear stuff in the Dan. Go to bed at go to bed at night that comfortable <hes> we hope to always you know <hes> come through that same <hes> <hes> quality but I would say as far as aesthetics concern minutes California lifestyle <hes> definitely <hes> beechy in the left for the city but also when you when you look at our stuff it's usually pretty bold graphic in its iconic usually live our stuff is is gives you that feeling yeah but there's different styles of our that we've worked with two along the way but I think mostly that's what people take away yeah and and true for example is <hes> before you got here someone that works here recognized your name and there were completely excited about it. I I love. They love San Francisco. I it's crazy because I mean you do have a huge community Baria iconic brand Iran within the barrier. Now I know because I mean these parties besides your product and everything like that. That's really cool. Will these parties you know the I think yeah we might have built a brand on some the party's you ever evidence bring you could definitely say we built the brand on party but but I will say is that you know again looking back to the you kind of ask looking back like how do you you see these things tied together. I mean I think definitely creating experience for other people allowing them to experience a fun different new exciting thing in our mission statement says to give the promise of a good time so we we would expect that always people would walk through the door and have an unforgettable experience either through our customer service through our events the clothing wearing to not be forgotten to always have a unique takeaway. That's cool. That's that's that's legacy type of mindset right. I mean that's the always want to have that and I think that's that's at the data. That's a great mission. Will it involves too because you know it was a film and then it was clothing and and along the way it became a beer. Now you know it's it's juicy. I be with anchor brewing in its now comedy show. That's called comedy psychos which by the way if this comes out before June twenty first we have a set with cluster fest on Sunday so it's evolving always continuing to grow. There's partnerships out there that I'm hoping to have come through over the next couple of months to be even the end of the year but it kind of is evolving in. I think they all come back to experience. You know how you feel about something. What it means to be repping San Francisco I think that comes back to community and also so <hes> US doing much again to give back while also still trying to do as much as we can ourselves because there is a lot of ass for the communities a lot? We do a lot of stuff. We show up a lot. You know we we try to be everywhere. Sometimes it's it's too much. <unk> jumped out third. 'CAUSE YOU WANNA say yes. Yes you WanNa say yes in fact one of our tags lines is we don't speak now you know so when people ask us stuff but enough like we look at each other like well. Can we do you. This was like we don't speak now. So how are we going to do this. We don't need to say you'd see might be bad timing. It's bad in wet requisition our tagline so oca- or her cool will again you brushed on again as far as like it's kind of a two part collaborations so what has been your favorite before few of your favorite collaborations and then the other thing is how important as nowadays is collaborations yeah. I think it will always be important to collaborate. I think you know everybody's wants to relate to one another within their world. Whatever that scope is I know that for sure working with anchor brewing has been really cool and a very awesome experience you know both of our brands align we we both started in the city <hes> bootstrapped imagine their beginnings were bootstrapping and we're very quality? You know the craft of things the quality is very important for obviously their product for our product but also they care about the community in what what's going on in the city and being able to make <hes> grew together has been really fun started out with. Hey instead of asking all these other four companies for beer each party event. Let's work with anchor to just. Do you know one one. Let's work together to have one partnership ownership. <unk> allows us to grow over time so that when people think about anchor take about San Francisco when the salmon say go to think about a great beer that's been here forever and at that point it was as we got into it was hey we need to make a drink together and sell it after so long <hes> that happen and the experience of that I could share <hes> we started out by having one batch of three beers okay and those three beers. Ears were on Noriega for for the Ocean Beach Music and arts festival and we decided to take these three beers at that festival in do vote and everyone at that festival had a chance to vote on the first San Francisco I d._a.. While at the time she was just going to be a San Francisco. Beer didn't really quite know what was gonna go okay. We just knew that the ingredients are the type you wanted to wanted to be so once we had a clear winner after that we said all right. Let's take this and then make three others or two of the three so there was three more so than we had everyone show up at anchor for another vote in a tasting so they tasted three beers and then there was a clear winner from that so basically over three hundred people at tested these beers to figure out what was going to be the thing and so once we had that clear winner on that one <hes> Scott argument the brew master at Acre Brewing said you gotTa do and we kind of created that he said now we gotta do this and I mean he added a couple like obviously he things to make it what it is but truly that was a community based. You know gathering decision to make <hes> in help. US is make this inference cycle I._B.. So that's really speaks as the aesthetic of our company yeah. It's it's fully I mean people are tasting something. They had a part to decide on. That's cool as we're so then <hes>. Would you say that I mean obviously communities. This is one of the big reasons of you're going. Success included the and I think he can't you know in life right in general you can't just take take take take right yeah so think you've done a lot of you know giving while receiving support. We're GONNA give back support yeah. I think it's it's this balance. You know that I think hopefully people can appreciate for themselves for other people for our brand. We're never gonNA stop doing yeah yeah law school's so then what's what's next for San Francisco well what's next for San Francisco is more more of the same again you know it's more of the same but hopefully with newer more new experiences talked about in in you always wanNA strive to have cooler different unique quality items but how those things come out when they become a trend is totally different too. I remember like dad hats became a thing last two years uh-huh ish out ADS DADS and everybody was on the dad hat but before that everything was on the camper hats caveats governance it just so while will continue to do our thing. We'll still be looking out for. What's what's trending ending yeah right now? Sling packs a huge area like cool. Let's make sure we have our slingbacks Edoardo yeah. I've been rocking mine for a long time so let's mix unique once but besides quality gear in making zero point with our stuff definitely partnerships partnerships the way we've worked with in the past in an <hes> working to make partnerships that that you would you would expect but then also maybe some other ones you wouldn't quite expect right but they're happening <unk> L. as far as focused now on you as the entrepreneur yourself. What do you wish you had known before when you start out that you know now yeah? I've probably probably would have spent more time so if I let's see here a couple of things I would have liked to have known before starting a business because I didn't mean to necessarily be in business per se but but you know if you don't go to school to learn business plans if you don't go to school to learn budgeting or partnership agreements or etc you're not fully aware of what that will mean in the future <hes> so with that in mind I probably would have been would have liked to have been verse on some of these things but also I think there's things he won't ever be able to learn until you hit those moments crime anyone anyone can tell you how to add up some numbers but you know how to how to take that number or take calculated risks. You know listen to your guy. You know maybe some things inner personally to make the right decisions. I think those things you just learn along the way Oga okay yeah that makes sense all right and then if someone came up to you in <hes> said thinking about opening a business I WANNA do. Let's say a clothing business. What piece of advice would you give them without without? I mean obviously only knowing so much about their business. I don't know I might ask them. Like why do you WanNa do that and got the simply what value what is the reasoning you know because if you don't like community from my point of view <hes> and what I'm doing I would say you. You may not be cut out for my type of business right yeah. How so how will your how will that business work for you and your own personal life because it becomes so.

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"beta breakers" Discussed on Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

14:04 min | 2 years ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on Scotch Parlor | Capturing Lifestyles

"He's the founder of the Cote Loathing Brand San Fran Psycho. I WanNa thank you for your time today and your story today Christian truly we appreciate that but before I pass it on to you and to give your introduction. Let me give everyone a little bit more background on you and your business. San Psycho was born in Outer Sunset neighborhood of San Francisco back in two thousand one. The Name Actually came from a surfing fill. L. In this film was so good he created his fans. They that identified with that name that they demanded San Francisco clothing to be made so eighteen years later. Your store continues to be one of the most popular community brands in the bay area. I know between all those years of building San Francisco you have stories and I'm super pumped to have you here on to share your journey and with that. I'll pass it on T._v.. Hey thanks Boston to be here. Great location downtown her head on route. I know it's a it's a really good location so were you originally from. I grew up in Ventura California playing soccer surfing from <hes> Malibu all the way to Santa Barbara allowing on there that whole stretch there was a playground and now California California Surf Library kind of yeah you know but at some point you know soccer was important to me still and that actually is the reason why ended up coming up to San Francisco to play with San Francisco state really okay okay but that didn't happen right and so then when did you Sarah State is when you act when you're in college yeah so that one is eighteen left. I kinda wanted to do something that was opposite of what everyone was was doing. I had already been down to San Diego a bunch and hung out there and served a bunch and I kinda thought while my friends are going down there and I want a new experience and so I came up to San Francisco. I didn't really know anybody any one guy on the team okay and that does it. You know I can remember the first time I came down the hill. <hes> a market the Castro and seen the big you know flag gay pride flag. I kinda thought this is while the so is definitely a new experience for me Gnanathurai school that is cool so then as far as <hes> voting the went into your your store and you talk about San Francisco. What were you doing before all that way? You're in school. Were you working yeah well. I was running track in playing soccer during up in a pretty small town. <hes> place called camera. We were the cameras Scorpions in high school cool and they're pretty decent surf along the coast there so I was working with my dad he had he's always had his own business. As a arborist in landscape are doing landscaping he he also had a window business to clean windows or get aggressive. He's done a lot on his own and <hes> I guess I ended up. I having jobs working with him. You know father side my brother working with him and then I decided I goes fifteen and I had heard a surf shop was opening up right in cameo and I thought I'm going to work there. I didn't even know the guy or anything but I just thought I wanNA work the Surf Shop uh-huh it so I did did I <hes> I went in and said I wanna work with you guys and they're like we can't pay like I'm going to work with you guys and they paid me wetsuits and clothing amy a her that was called ended up being I kind of like real I think experience working with other people August by just in besides his family but also had like I also early on to go sixth grade. I had six to eight th grade. I think I had a paper route. <unk> outside is interested in doing things on my own and learning that I can make extra money yeah whatever it is I was going to spend it on. That's cool <hes> incentive to to get out there and do something right and get that that extra money extra hustle right really motivated by the way I was more motivated by the experience okay okay which I think has always been the thing for me. Okay well okay so then what as far as your earliest memory the entrepreneur type of I was you said Your father has always ran his own businesses. It was their experiences where you were like going. I mean I don't WanNa use the classic lemonades Dan but it was earth thing where you kind of like. I'm going to sell something. I'm going to do something on my own before San Francisco it was right around that time of with the newspaper thing is my brother and I would always go back to Mexico with my dad we on these road trips back to the reservation where we're all of our families from my Dad's side and we we would pick up fireworks you know and we have we love fireworks. Things that are exploding slowed. Whatever it's like a young gins thing still haven't gotten over it but you know fireworks are great end anyway? So we picked up fireworks. I brought a bunch home and I ended up selling them at school. This is fun. It wasn't Arroyo like making a bunch of it was just like this fun and people are GonNa take. These things have fun to do. Whatever sharing that fun experiencing was was the thing for me? Of course I made a couple of bucks but yeah I don't think that was really the thing and then I ended up getting caught and and then with a two week suspension okay I remember being in the office with the principal and I was like crying and my mom's like this is blood. Money knows like you have to give it back and I said why. Would I have to give this back. Nobody bled for this bud. Ask just all fun and I cried more sat it out for a couple yeah it's always interesting because <hes> with entrepreneurs and they always have that that almost pivotal moment in their life where they have have neither like for me it was southern candy kindergarten and it wasn't for the money with to get the attention of the girls always maybe thought this is fun and cool yeah doing something. Nobody else's do exactly attention for it. Yeah Yeah I could. I could look back and say for sure. That's probably something motivating for sure. The seed was planted at the time. Two quarters was the thing you remember quarter. Quarters is a big thing it's out you know whoever was winning. Guys Good Eh. Let's go try and beat him. Yeah we try and go play but I mean I don't know eat out. You're getting quarters. You end up with like five to ten bucks. You like I'm up here so it wasn't really I think most things Yang may not be about money necessarily but so for me. It was definitely fun in new experiences. I think all right cool so then so you're out here in San Francisco and <hes> two thousand one comes around. You're surfing mm-hmm. So how did you get enough San Francisco how we went from a <unk> filming surfing to now yeah store. It's Kinda crazy actually because I didn't go to school to learn filmmaking okay in in a after not being able to not playing on the team. I was Kinda like what am I gonNa do hear you now. I'm at the school. But what am I gonNa do it could change but it'd have to wait a little bit as like that's kind of a pain so I was like I just kind of went through the book you know and at the curriculum book whatever the <hes> and I just kind of looked through and said well I guess I guess I like that. I was looking. I remember looking at my mom going. What's the moral this story? Sorry you know young and like kind of just always talking when I shouldn't during a film like wait. Let's talk about this and so the store telling stories listening to stories being around story making it was always interesting interesting to me and so that's what I did I decide to go into filmmaking or the cinema department okay and I started learning about making films etc in there was a point where I learned that could make could earn extra credit. If I I made a film over with my adviser in so I didn't meet a film revolving around the passionate of my surfing and the new passionate filmmaking and it started filming a bunch of my friends and getting out there having a camera everywhere where I went with me. It was like it was almost annoying at some points I think to it ended up being <hes> a cool experience in the cool film it took it took a while it took like two years but <hes> once it was done and it was Kinda I like what are we gonNA. Call this thing kind of through a bunch of names around you know the one that stuck with Sanford Psycho. Everybody was like yeah. This is the one nine so you're just like wild reckless. You know late teens early twenty the crew. You really don't think about much else besides well. Most I think people at the dangers about the opposite sex drinking imparting with friends and of Course for The Passion of surfing was strong so <hes> I had more friends spending time in the water than they did on land you know before any real responsibility. That's how that went in from there kind of took its path okay so how many so once she had the the film out E._L._C. Credit your crew and you had your surf crew in demanding clothing so what how did that dot call come about another film was made it was called San Francisco wet and reckless and when reckless it was a description of us for sure but we kind of want to deal with that was I just I continued the name San Francisco than it was a sequel right almost like star wars return of the jet just kind of continued this name and then at that point if you really hyped and what was happening you think we are kind of known as psycho crew in the city. It's the Sanford Psycho crew you know we got that some of the Times do then eventually yeah people said we had one aware that staff and we had already had a couple of things out but like really you know where the so we learn how to create a clothing screen printing. We learned the art of printing by seeking mentorship in the city. I still mentioned his name all the time because he's a great guy. Rich nagging is art teacher also so is a screen printer himself and he taught us like literally step-by-step how to screen print. Let's amazing. It has his good dude and also it's great in. That story is great because there's that time the <unk> I think a lot OUGHTA art and a lot of artists in the city really thriving a free spirit in that way people could live in the city with <hes> Plas and so I think that created more artistic buzz in the city but anyway he's he's a great guy and then <hes> we learned the art learned the craft and then we told people are bring your close to this event and we'll screen printing your stuff live on the spot and so at that moment people were coming to get something that ended up saying San Francisco on Anna in leaving with something because these were all one offs and there are each individually printed in front of you they were specifically in original yeah in every shirt they came to was new and different and people still come to me to this day. Yeah I was at that first thing I still have that still have that shirt and I got will hold onto that you know off of it yes so it is pretty cool to hear people still say that so once you learn the art of screen printing is is that when the store when did the storefront come about we'll before that actually we earned enough money to to get a van and a website and so we got this van which was which we called big chaos which we painted it red and orange of site black and orange and at that time you know that was cruising around the city and we would basically show up insert screen printing live at all these bars and events we don't have that that we ended up having some closed in the van that you could buy on the spot awnings so that was kind of the early start of of that let's see along with that then came out of the website launch in from the website launch kind of said all right. I think we have enough retention. Let's go out there and get <hes>. Let's get into a retail store okay and so with that confidence you know I was bartending at Columbus cafe for five years and then made the jump at when we opened the store to to literally quit quit the job so yeah <hes> what what year was in the House in two thousand twelve okay okay yes shoutouts Columbus cafe golden you were there you know so that was a good time but what's that shop opened. It was like all right full board so then quit there and then started actually at that point paying ourselves because there was no paychecks yeah you know put out except for going money going back into the company for sure for shove and that store in two thousand twelve to visit era was cool you know and at that time to visit still it wasn't quite what it is now. Of course it's still had another some sketchy stuff and edgier. Okay I wasn't as developed yet. Yeah I mean people said Gates all over and some people still have gates we went on this things on gate visit Darrow when taken literally taking the gates off of the shop and then making them into stools then put into the shot so a lot of good times are a lot of great events <hes> it was funny because Beta breakers just happened you know last Sunday and before better before we entered into that store we would have Beta breakers parties hardy's in Golden Gate Park and so the Beta breakers would go right through the park and set up our stuff right there and so once we opened the store literally instead of going to.

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11:14 min | 2 years ago

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"Registrations to this Sunday's Alaska Airlines beta breakers, fries. Furnished by beta breakers. That's the whole point of generic drugs was to have competition keep the price down. That's the point for us. But that's what the companies are selling the generic drugs. Want to avoid. I think what we've come upon is that the generic drug industry is the largest private sector corporate cartel in history. What is the effect of that on you me average, consumer it's devastating largest price controlling cartel in US history. The generic drug group that gets together. And this was on sixty minutes last night. So these lawyers were able to subpoena phone records, and that sort of stuff so they could look when the price jumped in some specific drug that a whole bunch of different companies were making in the price would jump on the same day or within days of each other. And then they would see all these phone calls between these two these companies they are on the phone with each other for like an hour and forty five minutes. A golf game you're so suspicious. And then they both raised the price at the same time. It's something well CBS wishes. They had Christopher Rowland working for them. Christopher's business reporter for the Washington Post and has been digging into this story himself. Christopher. It's always a pleasure to talk. Are you? I'm well. Thanks. It is shocking that this sort of thing could go on for as long as it had. What's the basic outlines for folks who are not following the story? So what are the the Connecticut? So can Connecticut Attorney general's office is leading this multi-state civil lawsuit now almost virtually every single state in the country now has joined it attorney general's across the country. It basically is a generic price fixing cartel of sweeping proportions. That's being alleged where generic manufacturers were colluding with each other to fix on a fixed prices and Jack up prices dramatically by hundreds or thousands of percents on, you know, common everyday generic drugs for like blood pressure, heart pills, any depressants all kinds of stuff skin medication antibiotics. Things that people use every day, and they allegedly colluded, and they had a whole system even had their own terminology playing nice in the sandbox. They, you know, fair share for market people who violated the rules. You know, somebody lowered the price they were frowned upon and spoken to by the others in the alleged cartel. Wow. That's just a classic cartel. Yeah. Absolutely. So and obviously in theory when the whole generic drug thing happened, it would be each company be competing to lower the price and get all business, and it was right? Completely defeats the purpose of the mid-nineteen eighties law that set up the sort of the US generic drug industry in the first place. You know, when you have multiple generic players, the price comes down dramatically, you know, the brand name people are out of the picture now, they're not going to be making their, you know, huge profits anymore. It's for the common. Good the whole intent of this these patent rules was to, you know, make drugs commodity and make them really cheap. So that people could all benefit and much, and it wouldn't cost you money. The allegation is a generic industry figured out. How to get around that by cheating? Well, I learned from your piece in the Washington Post the generic drugs make up about ninety percent of all prescriptions. Only twenty twenty five percent of the revenue but ninety percent of all prescriptions are being manipulated by a cartel. I mean, this is enormous. Yeah. Well, so I mean, there are thousands and thousands of generic drugs so far there's about there's hundreds of. Of drugs that have been identified as subject to the alleged price-fixing. So it's not all ninety percent. But it's definitely a huge portion of it. And it's breathtaking and scope amount into billions and billions of dollars of excess costs on American consumers. Lots of people who have talked to me about how they're blank medicine for whatever they have blood pressure medicine. I got a buddy his daughter's Crohn's or whatever your medicine is you know, was X amount a couple years ago. Then all of a sudden, it was this much, and you just thought well, that's just the way it works. Well, it's not just the way it works. The companies got together and said they were going to double the price Friday, and yeah, I and then they would double the price. Yeah. So the complaints the complaints would trickle their way up to congress and members of congress started asking questions and the generic drug companies would say, oh, well, we had there was a market shortage of a particular chemical or the DA closed down a certain plant and that caused a price bike. And but now, the Connecticut Attorney general says those excuses were complete hogwash. And it was just collusion. They have text messages that show. It's not just, you know, the phone records that show so and so talked to so, and so they actually have text messages and emails that show, you know, the actual language of the collusion, and what's more. They also they had a lot of information about the coordination and the price increases happening at the same time, very strong circumstantial evidence Christopher Rowland business reporter for the Washington Post is on the line Christopher. I find myself wondering where the major failing was I mean, clearly, I would think a regulator could recognize that something funny was going on long before the, you know, the Connecticut's attorney general for goodness sakes, decided to dig into this. This looks like a terrible failing of some sort of regulatory agency. Well, there's not really so I mean, I guess you would have to say if you were going to figure out what agency federal agency would be responsible for this. You know, the people who pay the bills or Medicaid and Medicare, and so they would be the ones who would be keeping track and noticing these price spikes thing about Medicaid is diffused this ministered by every state across the country. So, you know, it's hard for them to understand what's happening and every single state and Medicare, you know, they're overwhelmed. They have a huge, you know, it's hard for them to understand. But yeah, they probably did you could probably make a case that they should have, you know, hit the switch. But you could you know, this thing happened from around two thousand twelve through two thousand fifteen where in most agree just period runs in three or period and Connecticut started investigating and two thousand fourteen and they, you know, filed their case by late two thousand fifteen so, you know, there was pretty pretty quick action. At the state level and all the states piled in really fast. So they understood the implications. And they got the got the joke. So the these drug companies are screwing us all and this is going to go the right way in the end. So are we going to see prices drop crazy 'cause there's there's got to be drugs out there that people are paying thousands of dollars for the might end up being forty bucks all of a sudden. Yeah. So so far, the, you know, the a lot of the prices have not dropped they're still at the same level that they were under the ledge collusive activity. And that's why you putting your finger on one of the really rich ironies here is that, you know, you know, we know as Americans that we are experiencing huge price bikes on brand name drugs. But these are the generics. And these are supposed to be saving the day and preventing these us from getting soaked by on drug costs. And you know, the the sad irony is that was not the case. Well, I think if one of the companies were suddenly dropped the prices, it would be Kintu guilty plea at this point. I mean. Yeah. I don't know. I mean, they would also be giving up money. So, you know, until it's what's I think in the end result. Here is not going to be necessarily lower cost. What it's going to be as settlements big settlements. And what the thing to watch. We'll be are these settlements a lot kind of Ken to slap on the wrist, which is allow a lot of times. Yes. Companies pay a couple of hundred million dollars when they were making billions. And so or is it going to be something more meaningful? It seems like these Connecticut Attorney generals are quite serious about making some some people really pay a price. An interestingly also charge a lot of individual executives of these companies is again, these are civil cases. So they're they're the main defendants in civil cases a lot of executive individually really putting pressure on people. So it'll be interesting to see, you know, whether they're willing to accept a a low settlement or or they're going to insist on something much, more painful Christopher. Roland business. Reporter the Washington Post will have links you can find his excellent piece. Christopher thanks so much for the time. Well done. Okay. Thank you very much. Thanks. Well, that's interesting. So he thinks it will all come to an end, the prices will stay up that Malloy have to say that doesn't make a lot of sense things like that drop through the floor based on looking at the graphs of how they raised them. Just just because they they wanted to. I mean there no reason for it. Right. I'd like to see more more examples of various drugs because if you're talking about you'd have come and blood pressure medications, if you could get Jack up the price ten percent by the millions and millions and millions of prescriptions that's enough that's worth doing. You wouldn't it wouldn't need to be truly horrendous? Gallon was more like going from forty bucks to four hundred bucks. And they would all do it at the same time. Now was just pure profit. Right. Just pure profit taking from people who had to have the medicine if people don't go to jail over this brought to their knees. They probably won't few to no one. We'll go to jail. They'll be fines that incidental that will be, you know, a small percentage of what they make a month and right off it, right? And the the prices will stay up, and the lawyers who were brought these cases we'll become zillionaires have boats shelter. Now, it's not a class action suit though. It's government actions attorney general, so I have hope that it'll be more significant. I hope so I hope so that'd be a real crime. Because it when I was watching this last night, I thought, wow, all kinds of drugs that we use just going to the price is gonna fall through the the floor. I they've got to come down. I I wish we had more time with Christopher because I didn't get that. If you've got a cartel artificially inflating prices in bust 'em prices, come down. What's coming up in your news moshav supreme court ruling against apple? And a big antitrust case as more calls for the break-up of Facebook continue, and we have warnings about one of the trendy new is that a toothpaste rather than it's so hot? I like to use a trendy toothpaste. What could that James you're in a to tune that Armstrong and Getty show? Armstrong and Getty on K G O exam. A twenty Twenty-eight geo. Let's go back to the bay bridge.

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on KGO 810

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on KGO 810

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KSFO-AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Liberty safes a warning show continues now with brian sussman i should have taken a little drive through the barcode era this morning just to see if they cleaned up all the tortillas for the beginning of the beta breakers raise yesterday the tortillas personal it's it's hilarious so you're the two that have run into beta breakers i was wondering those two people were guys are proud of it so i don't know i'm not really sure what the history is behind this but at the beginning of the beta breakers when you have all forty thousand people lined up and ready to go just flying through the air all these tortillas they're just like tossing frisbees it's hilarious it's just everywhere you love you get whacked in the face by a tortilla and their tortillas everywhere and so they they ran the beta breakers by the way for those of us tuning it's this race it goes from the bay to the breakers starts in the embarked barrow near the bay and then six plus miles you run through the city and you wind up at the pacific ocean it's a it's a pretty cool race and a pretty cool run it's you get an eiffel there's no question i've told there were more naked people this year than ever but the tortillas at the starting ladder just huge and it's and then to watch i have seen this before because back in the day i would cover this for tv no sooner does the race begin but as soon as everybody crosses the starting line by the way if you're in the rear of the pact across the starting line going to take a half hour just kind you know just sort of shuffling shuffling shuffling okay now i start but right behind the hordes of people that are about to run the race once they crossed the finish line the cleanup crews are there boom that's like one thing san francisco if if san francisco could clean up the city on on a regular day the way they clean up the city or beta breakers we'd have a beautiful city it's they go into motion like a well lugt army of cleanup perot's it's amazing and i know last year the total in terms of garbage picked up along the route was fifteen tons sure it was every bit that this year but the tortillas at the beginning of the race just hilarious i'm seeing pictures.

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KGO 810

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on KGO 810

"Well you know this is a huge year for us you know centipedes for anyone who doesn't know whether a tradition that started at beta breakers forty years ago this year nineteen seventy eight it was the uc davis aggies running club that came out and started this whole thing that has now actually shown up in other places around the world thirteen more people running tethered together the entire length of the course and you know we get a lot of people that want to do that for fun with friends that we get those serious runners as well that you know certain groups will be clocking in around five and a half minutes per mile as a group together so it's something that's really impressive no they're literally tethered together by bungee cords running across the city five and a half mile clip at a five and a half minute across the city it's it's impressive what these guys are able to do so that's like kenyan fast man that's crazy there it's up there the tradition that started a beta breakers only take place in san francisco and you know we're proud again to be celebrating the fortieth anniversary this year if as a furner wins we're gonna we're gonna have to deal with trump you know that don't you well you know with costumes like this satire is always gonna be a part of this race and you know last year i remember someone dressed up in that kellyanne conway alexia now and it was it was a man who dressed as it which is even more fun across.

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KGO 810

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on KGO 810

"And and like i look at him and i think i compare him to the guy cummins dan comments that we had four different types of comics and i like them both equally this guy's a kind of guy it'd be fun to be in a car with and just talking about crap and i guarantee if i hung out with him for a couple of days we get in arguments but that's good right an argument means that you have a debate hey your gates again back to my word engaged right now use the word of the day you know what it is that's i know nuance getting anyway so i think that is a really interesting thing about blaine and what he brought to the table for me was that you know he worked the room like a freaking a car salesman it was amazing you know i got a bunch a text by from people about what a millennial is cory semi that and the field over there actually has a name for it it is called marina green outta you know i want do honored at some point well we have the beta breakers coming up and i hope somebody runs with me on that i wanna take an entourage of listeners so emailed me if you want to run the beta breakers and i because i don't know if if peletier is going to run it if i didn't hear he didn't have the baby his undercarriage is fine but i know i agree but you know we're going to go with a paternity thing we've got to say that's equally part of it so he's canada's not running it but you could just be exhausted i mean you know maybe it's like brian if you're listening run la with you you're runner love albert but it's beta breakers and it's a good time alberton i'll just wear bunny costumes join you at the start and then walk and drink rescue roller skate it i walk in line that's an old joke why did say i did play i played inline hockey so that's why the skates oh yeah he just told me there that i may be gay but i'm very masculine coverups talk about mass we take the skates off at the base of the hay street hill walk up and.

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"beta breakers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To read six hits for the giants to runs four hits for the padres here's the page and that's off the inside wall one you're the giants going into the weekend series against the dodgers they were last in getting to out runs in the league here's the one pitch in fast wall away the remember they had to come from behind victory friday a come from behind victory saturday and then a come from behind victory last night three come from behind victories in four days for the giants juwono pitch and that is in there for called strike and suddenly the giants almost as a rule scoring runs with two down in any and that goes for tonight as well each of their runs in this game knocked in after two were down to pitch and kalki shows and takes a slider for a called strike on the outside to itunes count i see slightly ninety one ninety one miles an hour so a fastball but the seemed to have little cat to it due to pitch strikes recall a fast one of the outside corner at the knees very strong for alan watson tony watson eleven pitches three up three down longoria will be coming up we go to the last of the eight it is to to to on the northern california honda dealers radio network rise together will run the post race festival beer tent at beta breakers all beer sales and tips will benefit rise together.

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"beta breakers" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on KGO 810

"Yeah well jazz you jazz really new jazz has no saw jazz yeah for sure real deal if you walk in a room and there's a bunch of whoever you're like okay that works for me but this like pretape like like when we had him on the air we liked him we talked to i don't know i never listened to his record so i'm actually not going back on him too bad but yeah the one song that's really famous is pretty bad i opened for spiro gyro once and ever do that and so i i really i was pretty sure i didn't like him but i did my set and then i met the guys in the band and they were really nice to me and i did stand up and had a great set and then they were really nice and then went on stage and it was like i gotta get outta here yeah snow saw inc i dunno it's the soul that i don't wanna look into i think is what it i have gotten older and i do like case you didn't notice i do like classical now i listened to classical piano stuff or cello i go on youtube and i'll put cello instrumental oh yes cool guy chills a cool sounding instrument it's gotta be the right stuff there's a great video show you at the next break that the kids oh all right it's time for news we got we have tickets to go and this is this is actually it's it's it's actually a registration code the beta breakers is has become one of the two iconic races here not just in this area but in the united states but the beta breakers is especially cool because you get to dress up in costumes in fact i'm going to run it and i'm going to dress up in something really goofy this year i don't know i'm gonna i'm gonna put a brace on my leg and goes nikki sarah huckabee sanders take all totally make the outfit i'm not fat though you'll be fine to use electricity i saw i got back off on that i saw her and she's not no i thought she was having she's not at all anyway that's a cool part if you would like to win these codes we're gonna play news fake news so call right now at eight.

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"beta breakers" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"beta breakers" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"That's beta breakers duck calm but key is of a warning show continues down with brian so that car was in santa ana in southern california cars speeding i mean must have been going incredibly fast hits the centre median launches it goes clear sky high into the air in the second story of a building and get stuck in the building that's just the hardly would could never recreate it something like this right there's no if hollywood did like oh yeah right a comedy film has this unbelievable the driver reportedly said afterwards that he had been using drugs at the time how fast was this jackal going oh my gosh there's video of it oh yeah okay makes sense that always smokes video yeah there you see tv what see tv check this out a turn your monitors looking at some smack on the tv oh by gosh so he's driving like a cross across lanes it said center divide orange d and launched did you know that one a one down in southern california santa barbara modest seato specifically is still closed this is the 6th closure oh one the same closure last week yes it's lotto closed oh they have no idea what is going to reopen its because of the rains in the flaw amazed because of the first the fires then the rains than the floods pool that this is a major artery yeah it's the it's the only artery main artery interesting so like they have all these side freeways in santa barbara and forgive me if they issued this did they issue a an estimated time for them to get the new idea as this morning radio wow that's awful and there's more rain coming later this week great yeah yeah rain coming in could somebody give me helped me out a at water is universe said county so.

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"beta breakers" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"beta breakers" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Beta breakers by the way we got callers hey we got the collars i love a caller from other states elliptical off by the states none by other disliked the callers locally but you guys got a guy from state college pa yeah we got a guy from wnyc guys ho largest back if we see so we've got this uh this race that occurs every spring beta breaker yeah so the way you trained for bright beta breakers is uh learn how to run naked right because that does require some getting used to while intoxicated while intoxicated so i mean you know when you run naked he gets a flapping around putting usually guys we have acquitted whole things together we running naked things are flap and flapping oh yeah it's just it's flapping in flyers flippin flap but had flip and use your imagination my favorite moments beta breakers many many years ago when i was the tv star i met the finish line of the beta breakers with willie brown he was our mayor at the time a he's iconic san francisco politician so willie brown tonight art my job was to be at the finish line and willie brown browse like my guest he just he showed out but now it's like okay will raise proud hanging out with me we're at the finish line all and he just relishing just such a great personality politics you know i i know is a left eight but that aside first san francisco mayor and he's see hilly brownie yeah and he wants to hang out with a okay so we're beta breakers and i knew it'd be hilarious because this guy's hilarious guy so now there's all these naked reuters behind us the deal worth the finish line they've completed the race they're all girl hanging out put up behind us uh brides says been willie brought her at the finish line right now brian what's going on out there and i looked at the cabinet said mr camre dope haddow dope pared down we got guys behind this there all day could and um i said.

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