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Love Radically (with Darnell Moore) - Episode 15

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Love Radically (with Darnell Moore) - Episode 15

"People welcome to ransom. Randomness. I am love you. JiJi your side. I source risk can wacky wordsmith and this is my casper. I'm talking about the things I'm loving things. I'm sideline and having great conversations with amazing people. I'm here at the recording company, bringing you the radio voice, you know, I mean, it's always, and on this episode, my feel good is behind doing a massive purge of my life ranting about why people need to respect Serena Williams and spotlight and black girls rock my guess is incredible host, author, dope person Dr now l. more and yeah, so that's jumped into it. This week. I'm feeling good about purging my closet, my office, my house. Because what happened is I end up looking at my office just looking around everywhere. There's junk everywhere. There's clutter everywhere. Now, here's the thing because I'm an influence or because I'm a writer, all that stuff out of free things sent to me, which I love. I love free stuff. Love it. But what happens is it all piles up because I'm not using all of it and I look up months later and realized there's entire rooms of my house that is full of junk and stuff, useful stuff mind you, but I can't use it because I'm only one person. So this Sunday, I decided to just spend the entire day. I'm talking twelve hours, creating piles of what I'm donating, what is no longer good that I need to throw out what I need to give away to friends and family what I need to post on EBay or whatever. So I literally dedicated the entire day to this pursuit. At the end of the day, I'm pretty sure ended up giving away or like getting rid of probably one hundred one hundred pounds with stuff. I'm talking to lamps blenders shoes makeup. All types of stuff. It was very productive in. I was insta- storing it. If y'all aren't follow me on Instagram, you should. I met lovey because I want to see if anybody else was purging in seemed that that there was a Persian day for us like t shirts have probably fifty graphic t shirts I gave no, probably more than that. I I gave away about twenty so far. And then there's a nonprofit in Chicago that I'm going to donate a lot of my close to call project style and they use fashioned to empower young girls to basically live their best lives. So my whole thing is it is always good to purge because it creates space the things that you don't need but aren't serving. You let them go and give it to somebody else who can't. So I haven't found old phones and I found out that I can donate those domestic shelters because they'll give them to women who are trying to escape abusive situations for everything. There's somebody else who can use it when when it's just collecting dust. So that purge Phil. Good. I am. I called the phase one because I still have things I can let go of some keep doing that. But so far the fact I got rid of so much stuff and I have more space makes me feel amazing. I encourage you to purge. My rent this week is about the continued disrespect of Serena Williams. Serena Williams is one of the greatest athletes of all time. She's also one of the most disrespected athletes of all time. She's been playing tennis for over twenty years as a professional, and she's proven herself over and over and over again about why she deserves to be called one of the greatest athletes of all time. Nike now has a building for named after her because they understand as she is the greatest of all time. Now, a comes with this because Rena is a black woman is that people do not want to give her the credit she deserves and people will constantly try to act like she did not earn her way to where she is like it's the intersection of racism and sexism, what she's enduring in tennis and just in general, how she's talked about in media had they try to how Tennis Association deals with her. One of those things is the fact that Serena is actually one of the most drug tested athletes according to deadspin. She's been tested for performance enhancing drugs more than twice as off. His other top American women players as in can show up her house in any given day to be like, hey, we're going to test you in case you're taking all these drugs that will enhance your performance. Now in her twenty three year career, like professional career, she's never tested positive for drugs like an for performance enhancing drugs, but she's also d- most tested because I feel like they don't really believe that she can be that good without the help of chemical substances is like, they're like, we're gonna catch one of these days. Jocelyn called her. Okay, because she's not drugging because this is just pure hard work. This is federalism. This is work ethic, yoga, Serena sometime. And then this what happened was the. The US open who knew that you has opened could be controversial. Okay. I'm just thinking tennis. Okay to athletes. So in Williams, playing guest nail Musa Asaka who's a twenty year old who was half Asian Haitian half Japanese. And she basically ended up being disrespected because the empire penalizes her with the game point. And because three knows basically standing up for herself, the whole event makes me upset because it is perfect capture of one what it's like to be a black woman who's amazing at the work that you do because people are gonna constantly try to discredit you. People are going to constantly get mad because you advocate for yourself because they will call you angry and aggressive. They will say that you are not being a team player and when she said the unpire, you mean apology, it was like she was saying, if every black woman who's been in that position who anytime she wants to speak up for herself, she's told to sit down. Down. A comic a cartoon came out in the herald sun Australian herald sun from cartoons call Mark night that showed Serena. He drew Serena basically as a brute who's throwing a tantrum breaking Haracic with a pacifier next to her and drew Naomi Osaka as a blonde girl to further other Serena because she, he, they're like, you know what? We want to point out the fact that this really black girl. Is throwing a tantrum on the field. Here's the thing in tennis in sports in general, men throw tantrums all the time. Have you ever seen John McEnroe footage? The dude will almost tackle the empire. So for Serena, to be the one that singled out, like they find her seventeen thousand dollars for this, it's maddening and to get the sap of disrespect constantly. For me, it's just like it's just racist is despicable. I'm appalled by it, and she always deals with it with so much grace after being constantly tested for drugs after having your opponents right chapters in memoirs, blaming you for their losses after the media wants to call you all the names, but a child of God, I would want to just drop kick everybody in the face. Sweden is always like, you know, I'm just going to keep playing sport. She doesn't deserve any of the disrespect that she gets. She has worked so hard. And I mean, I don't know what else people want from this woman. She's proven time and time again that she's. Earned every single wind that she's gotten on that field that even when they're trying to tell her, you can't wear that outfit because they think is disrespectful to other people which how is me win a black catsuit disrespectful to the sport. Okay, no matter what they throw at. Her always comes up at on top and I am. I find it important that we continue to speak up for her because how much fight and can she do for herself in these places? So we have to constantly affirm her. We need to publicly support her Billie. Jean King who's are idle said on Twitter, when a woman is emotional, she's hysterical and she's penalized for it. When a man does the same, he's outspoken and there are no repercussions. Thank you. Any Williams for calling this double standard voices are needed to do the same. So even Andrew, right. A coup retired from tennis said on Twitter. Regrettably said worse, and I've never gotten a game penalty. So we Serena, I want, you know, you've listen ranch randoms, but in case you do is won't let you know that you, they come at you because they see your power, but they cannot stop it. And we see you, we, we stand with you and things get rough, but you've already clinched your spot as a as a goat greatest of all time. So even if Serena never plays another tennis game, which of course she will because that's what she does, and the game need her if she never plays it. She's already a hall of Famer antennas like she never had to do like the racket never has to be picked up again, but I'm just heartened in an inspired by how much she handles this, how well she handles this, the grace under constant fire, how people try to come for her body and her skills and her human, her character. And she always stands up. Paul and now she has a daughter. So she's like, look, I'm definitely unbothered by child because I have a whole human to raise and she's married and she seems happy. But on this court, she's still deserves way better treatment. And I am hoping that one day we get to the point where black women do not constantly have to not just be good at our jobs, but then we also have to babysit people's egos because they feel bad when they lose to us Serena's gonna always win, even when she doesn't win on the court. My spotlight this week is black girls rock. So black girls rock was created by a Beverly bond in two thousand and six to celebrate black women who are trailblazers change makers or dynamos in their respective fields. It really shows importance of creating spaces celebrate black women because there's so many spaces that won't and don't. And so many spaces that tell us that we don't deserve to be celebrated, which is why black girls rock is really import. Didn't. The mission of the actual organization is to change the world by empowering black girls to lead innovate and serve and black girls. Rock Inc is a five. One c three nonprofit has been committed to enriching girls, leadership education, positive identity development. I've actually spoken at the black girls lead conference which Beverly throws every year in summer where she brings about seventy young girls for three days to talk to boss women and women who do an amazing things. And it's such a good space for these girls to see what's possible because a lot of us don't understand what's possible unless there's an example of it in front of us. Black girls rock is also multifaceted movement dedicates shift in the cultural paradigm of media music that often negatively impact women and girls. So the award show happens once a year where black girls rock honors Jeb black women who just doing dope stuff and it just happened black rock, twenty eight, teen just aired Naomi. Campbell won the black magic award. Jennifer Jackson won the rockstar ward. Judith, Jamison won the living legend award. Lena wait, was a shot caller of the year. Mary j. Blige was the star power awardee and my girl to run a Burke was community change agent. It's two hours of celebrating those of us who are breaking through in able to live the lottery wanna live and do amazing work. If you haven't watched the show bts been Riera in it. So. Catch one of those. I'm especially proud of Toronto Burke who is the woman behind the metoo movement. I've known Toronto for probably six years and seeing her on that stage dressed in all gold, looking like a trophy herself. I was like, you better come on black holes. Rack is important. It's not just an affirmation even though that affirmation we need to say over and over again, black girls rock because in the world that doesn't let us that doesn't wanna firm our value that can't be taken for granted, but just having that our two hours, which by the way was hosted by Queen Latifah this year to pause to really applaud and give people their roses while they're here. You cannot underestimate it and it's just could work being done. Beverly I, she just came out with a book. This was this year this year that I contributed to call black. Earls rock that has chapters written by different women. I'm talking like a, do Rene wrote a chapter. There's Jessica, oh, Methuselah who runs uncharted play, wrote a chapter and it's just gorgeous coffee table book that allows you to see what people who are visible and doing great work are up to in their views on life. Lupita and younger wrote a chapter. It's your pick it up. That's on Amazon Barnes and nobles anywhere where books are being sold. But basically it's a movement is the continued love and celebration and. Affirmation of black womanhood, black girlhood in in this time where it's so necessary. So showing love to black girls rock all the things. You know, the show, the nonprofit, the conference, the book, y'all do that to follow them on social media, black girls rock, I think on all social platforms and let's keep supporting each other unless keep being loudly vocal, but how dope we are. And one day, all of us will start really believing that we do rock. So randomness fan. I'm Anne soy excited to welcome, author activists and just don't person my friend Dr knell more to the show, Dr knell. Welcome you. I'm glad to be on. Let me give people your bio. So they understand bigness that is on your. That's on the side. So Darnell l Moore is head of strategy and program for US for breakthrough TV. He is former editor at large caches urban one, a communist logo TV dot com. New next dot com. And it contributed to at Matt Mike, where he hosted, they're widely viewed digital series movement, which is so good. Yes, check it up. He writes regularly for ebony advocate vice guardian. He was one of the original black labs matter organizers organizing bus trips from New York to Ferguson after murder of Michael Brown Moore is a writer in residence at the center of African American religion, sexual politics, and social Justice, Columbia University. He's taught at NYU Rutgers Fordham laud Darnell Jesus. And he was trained at Princeton theological seminary. His first book, no ashes in the fire came out in may twenty eighteen. Y'all welcome Dr knell. Okay. Just file is I can't stand by. I hate whenever people read my ballots because I'm always like, this is the longest thing ever. I feel so I don't know by over so I don't know, but it's because like you've done so much. So sometimes seen reflected back to you kinda makes you blush a little bit blush, and then you know, you know how it is. I, what I, what I've done now like rather than people like people say, like, what do you do? I now do you want me to tell you what I love and that really face a different type of conversation. So when people ask you, what do you love what you say? I say I love using whatever skills, talent, access point. I have to spark transformation within our communities and to do stuff for the love of black people in whatever way I can. We respond for whether that's writing whether that's teaching, whether it's organizing with communities, whether it's new using media to do my work, all of it is grounded in this thing goal and that to make sure that our folk are good and that they're represented and that we can transform our world. That because that does change the conversation who told changes because you know when people when we people, typically what they do, they ask you like what you do. They wanna know how you make money. Like what you pay your bills. And I'm like, well, that's the important part. What's important? I do what I, what I do is where that feeds my spirit and my stomach. And that's the end. Listen Ainhoa like the whole. What do you do think it's interesting because many of us do so many things so becomes hard. The what do you love kinda shows your spirit and shows your heart and why you do what you actually do exactly who love it. So I usually start by asking when you were little Dr Darnell. What did you want to be when you grow up? Do when you grow up? Oh, my gosh. So let me just paint a picture for your little now was dressed up. I call it hurts close. If anybody. I was a little thin scrawny little boy, big glasses, dress pants that were like flood a little white socks on the church and trench coat. The funniest thing I used to wear suits invest. I wanted to be a preacher and a doctor. Those are the two things I wanted to do. I love church is the likes the the black folk holiness church. I went to flip it out, Charlotte ending, catching the Holy Ghost for their pews, and I used to play. So I did that. I used to play Churchill. My sister's at my cousin, like I was the pastor and I used to play school where it would be the teacher. That's what I wanted. And and a doctor like funny, like all of those things at the core of it is all about like helping. They're helping professor and in so many ways I've sort of done that, you know, went to a graduated from seminary. So I'm done the preacher Li thing, and I got a degree in clinical counseling. So I've done this sort of helping therapist thing. Yeah, I see a resident of all those things my work now I get to preach, but it's just a different message on a different pool pit. Like Donald writing, he'd be over here, dropping sermons and in this book preaching. Okay. So so when you want it to be preacher growing up. How does that work for somebody who's like eight or ten or twelve the ages where children are really kind of like carefree wanting to be a preacher so young, that means you very focused on this idea that your purpose was to help people. You know what. Funny. Like I, I was a young boy like I'm really was and the like, this sounds so corny and a little weird. But like I used to take the bible with sneak the bible to my bathroom and read the bible, like reading those, those, those the books to that real numbers and clearly asked you that really got a lot to say, and I was reading those scriptures very young and I would talk to God just like I'm talking to you. And this is before I was like formerly formerly introduced to the church, always had this this affinity for spirit and affinity for connection. I think part of it has to do with so much hell was kind of going on in my home at the time, a lot of intimate partner violent. And I think what happens when like shit is happening in your life. You know what I'm saying? Particularly kid, what hell is breaking loose? You really don't have a lot of people to call for help you sort of its win spirit is more pronounced or at least you feel like you have this access to to something. Bigger than your present circumstances that can help you that can help us. So I would pray like for as all my report card and also pre forgot to my dad outta my house because it was harming my mother and I swear to you. I would say, just like that guy. Can you please help me to get even my report card when MRs. Troops plants? And can you get your dad out of my house and surprisingly enough. I got all even before. And I was like, God is real. And you know, my dad eventually the abuse with stop because at some point he he was incarcerated actually, and then eventually moved out. But for young people for young people, I think it's important to the member that you know, young people have Spiritualized that young people have curiosities that we dreamed that young kids are actually like thanking deeply about the world and their circumstances. And sometimes you know, and I was still playing on my big wheel. I was still doing other things that kids do, but I, I saw a world I saw was going on, and I think sometimes we forget that kids can see or perceive what's happening in the world, even if we don't think they can. Ability to to shield themselves from what's happened in the world. So as you tell these stories, all of this is actually in no ashes in the fire. Your book that just came out in may. I told you that I read that book in like a week. Your book was so vulnerable. It was so open. It was introspective. It was just you could see your heart in the words. One of the things about your book that stood out is when you were talking about grownup in your household and your father being abusive. I want you to kind of talk about how you were able to write that. How were you able to take that and put it on paper. Well, that was it was hard, hard work. I went rented a place in Atlanta for about three months, and I went down right at least the first part of the book by myself. So I was in this house by myself, and I looked a mess Lil life. Oh my gosh. Like I remember calling some friends on time why you look like. And I was like, I'm sitting here by myself, like revisiting these memories and, and you're not just writing putting memories on a page like you're actually traveling back to the feeling to the motion, right? You're welcoming those things back. So think about moments fem- for example, where I'm recalling, like a moment of either intimacy, you know, I talk about moments of beauty and intimacy with my father, and I feel sort of fuzzy nece that comes in my belly from that and also talk about moments where I see him acting while while it out and to think about those things always brings back recurring villains and it was really hard. Right? And I was telling I laugh now I was telling my publisher. I seen it all the time when I'm on book, talk like publishers for black writers who are particularly interested in telling stories that are complex. Meaning they may have hope. They may be hopeful. They make you laugh. Sometimes make you cry for the most part when you black writing words with an anti-black, where with an award, if you're queer anti queer and TRAN, like sometimes you wanna be writing about trauma traumatic shit, and I'm like, publishes need to be in our contracts and like yell and I'm gonna make sure you get this advance, but we're gonna make sure you gotta therapist. Yes, I think that's like necessary. All black writer. They'd get a therapist like the, yes. I fully agree because in reading your book and one, one of the gifts that you have with words, is it transforms you in it takes you into the moment that you're describing. So as you're just grabbing the moment of beauty, I can almost feel you smiling through these words, and then what you're describing the moments of trauma. I literally sometimes put the book down to be like, who? Okay. Let me keep on going. Like as a writer, how do you capture that? And that's really hard. That's really, really, really, really hard because you put your heart on paper. And that's really what it was like. I kept thinking like if I'm right this book, you know coats did say that one point he's interviewed. I can't remember what publication and they say like, what? What advice would you give somebody right in a memoir? And he said to not fucking lie. And I was like, damn, I can't. If I'm a right this. I got to tell the truth. Yeah, and the truth maimed, like it means bearing one heart on a page. I want people to really get a sense of what it feels like within the life world of like not only my life, but you know, I wrote about my parents were young when I was born, you know, fifteen and sixteen, and I wanted to read a set of what am I feel like to be a young parent? You know, like I'm like, I can't barely take care myself. Now I'm old and my bid. I make well, it's good money. You know what I'm saying? I got resources and access to people if I need help. You know some some do some dumb shit to me like I can call somebody up. You know what I'm saying and get like legal representation. But my parents would fifteen and sixteen. You know what I mean? And like I barely big cooking good for myself. Now I'm my food because of it. I'm like, how do that every day they feed me like, how did they make provision? And I wanted like to really give give bring to the fore like the life went a black people who grew up in space like idea like candy, New Jersey. Let me hollow represent candy New Jersey real quick. That's home and I, I'm like, this is the story about us. It's a story about my city, my family young people who may or may not have endured and and and strive and thrive. There's some things like idea. There's a story about survival. It's a story about love and hope, and that's a lot out of me. I will say at on this side of the book is done, I'm a different person because of like I feel so much more whole like literally my my father passed while I was writing a book, the writing of the book became like started. It was healing for me and actually feel so much closer to him on on even as he transcended into the spirit. And I did before I wrote the book. So it helped. This love this. This book is a love letter to your life. Thus far. I. Movie fits in love, but I'm gonna make sure that's on the paperback. Paperback. They love letter like it's, it's, it's like, you can see you from giving yourself your past mistakes and forgiving your parents and just becoming the person that you are now, why was now the time to write it? Because I'm sure you've thought about doing it before while you finally ready? I, you know, I don't know if we ever are really ready. You know what I'm saying? Like the book that here is not the book I wanted to write. I didn't really want to write a memoir, don't think granted narcissistic and grandiose, like I do. You know, because we have the IT. Then them wires are supposed to be the like these. These grand gestures of success are like one about overcome who can talk, you know, like certain type of person as opposed to write a memoir. He's supposed to be older, you suppose to have done some shit like, this is what I thought, but that's a misreading of the John memoirs. Not biography is not like, you know, I'm telling sort of chronological story from birth until now memoirs a for personal writing life, writing that your that. If you can do it well to somehow draw out beams that can connect to larger world and community. And I wrote it now because you know, I was working on a book that was more cultural criticism. You know, the name, it was more head unless heart and people would read the drafts. They were like, you know what? Sticking out to us your stories, and we will love to hear more of your stories. And when it made me think about which is why I like applaud you for your work so much of what attempts to do. Is sort of blocked because of language who gets have access to what language we talked to the choir and what I wanted to do with to use stories without ever having to use words like intersex analogy without ever having using words, I didn't have to say like black feminism, words that we know we get it right. I could just use stories. I could talk about my mom, all you have to know that my mom had sixteen she had to drop out. She was forced to drop out of school. She was forced in so many ways, right to get government assistance. She had to raise for kids making a minimum wage. That was something like seventy five and our picking boxes off the back of like that without ever saying intersection -ality. By the time you read her story, you'll get it. That's that's what intersex is about. It was specifically written with her in mind, right? So that's why I wrote the book now, Secondly, that laughing, like I really am with as much as we have representation. I'm not. We say we need more representations black queer and transgender non-conforming voices. Yeah, we get bits of it here and there we have moonlight. We have pose a fence which I love them both, right? We have the work of playwrights like done. Jake, our love. We have a bunch of writers who are writing Starlink Carithers shoutouts just came out with unapologetic black feminist queer mandate for radical movements. So these books we have Patrisse Cullors. We have a lot of stuff, but it's still not enough those like on a grand scale within an industry that has largely publishing industry has largely white. That is largely organized around the knees white male writers, which means that if you black one, if you're black woman to if you like black queer. And trans and women, three and not, and still not writing like within sorta these rains respectability, like using language, you trying to write for your people, even hot. It's less. We know it because this is our tried, right? We know these names, but in the large scale, we still need more. I was writing against that. I was writing to say that black, the narratives of black weird transgender, non conforming people to especially those where economically disenfranchised, especially those who are not always imagined as alive and respected in our freedom. Dreams are stories as to be able to. Saying, when I actually saw a wholesome Dardanelles book talk in Chicago. I think your book is going to give a young black boy, the language to speak about who he is, and that is what we're talking about when we're talking about not preaching to the choir because we can talk to each other, those of us who have platforms voices every day, but is how do the people who don't have this gets a speak. And part of what you did in this book is to give that language. And there's one of my favorite parts of this is when you told your mind that you were gay. And you said she gave her, she gave you the freedom. I want you talk about that gave me the freedom. I love. I just I still funny. I did an event yesterday was certainly Carruthers read from and we talked about you. We lifted name. I read that part of the book because you know, like I, I lived twenty years walking with fear that my family who I knew who who never demonstrated anything, but love from me with somehow reject me if I were to and I, you know, I, I don't now say coming out inviting in because I come out of shit. I, you know, people don't come on. Y'all come. Shit on bite you in the Taliban, active grace to be invited into these adds to the deepest parts of my life. So when I went to her at work, I call my job. I was her text message actually. And you know, the old school phones like the flip phone and I was like, damn, as I was watching the line go, I was like, hope it don't go pro and it did and she got it. And she responded right away. And I think she was waiting. She had been waiting for me talk to her and she came to my office, what's wrong, and I was like, what's wrong? And I was like, you know, she asked me if I was six asked me if I can't. If I had as I said, no. And I just said, I have a boyfriend and she's like, I knew that already like. What she's like. I was waiting for you to say something. L.. Sisters? No, too. By the way we've been talking about this years. Do you only went aim though? But she said, you know, but you're my son. And I love you. And she also said, I want you to know that anyone that cannot love. You don't deserve to being your life. And she said, you know, that means people your friends and the church. And I swear to you like that. That moment was pivotal for me. It one? Yeah. Was like I literally had to start like I'm about to go shirt. That'd be like a gay is. About Bobby, love me give. Why'd you go sir? But then I was like, damn like something. What it demonstrated with the power of affirmation and acceptance. And I cannot I cannot say enough, especially to parents that moment when mom are data sister, a brother of family that you create, look face and said, you, I love you can mean a difference between someone living are not because that was a moment in my life when I was really, really, really, really trying to take myself out of here. Her saying that to me, gave me additional push that I needed to literally live, and I'm just so grateful for her like she's the next day. My mom's still today they does not drive. 'cause she, oh, she, oh school from the city. She makes you went. She make everybody else drive around, but the train as she should. She deserved traveled two hours away by public transportation to come here to give. A chemo in Newark and to meet my partner, who at was he met ashamed, speak for like the first like, you know. Everybody Bagley day gift. She gave very much aside. I s I gave a strong boot like he was like, not. But it would act love like an, I c, c helped me to live and I stayed at everywhere. I go. Listen that my goodness, we do not understand the power of our worse to other people in the moments that they might need it the most and they don't even realize it. And like the power silences too because I told her, you know, the reason why say inviting in because what it does, it takes on off of the one person who is expected to name oneself disclose and invitation that invitations for all of us. Because as a parent, I told her, you know, you have always said something to me. It's like, I didn't know how you respond, but I'm like, imagine if you would have said this to me six, six years ago, twelve years ago, you know, after them, boys tried to, you know, jump me and try to light meal fire. Imagine if you would have said like, ooh, like you, my son. I know these, I know these kids picking on you because of what they think. But I want you to look in the mirror and love yourself. Let's everybody is self right like, you know how that could have shifted the landscape of my life. And this is why I'm like with young people. This is what I really do my work for them. You know, because I want them, like you said, I want some young person to read that book or they're here to don't care my somebody's work to watch moon to watch something to get access to some. So they could feed themselves. No, that they're worthy of love and life. That, oh, that is so real. Wow. Imagine if she had said that six years ago. Yeah, we always think we have more time. We only we, I mean, a young young kid. I'm damn it. I'm I'm heading myself being able to remember his name, but a young boy over the last two weeks. I think died years old, have school and and committed suicide. S I heard about that. I heard about that. Any seem like nine nine. Honestly, we, we think we're further along than we really are. Like, we assume, oh, because we have. We might have queer friends openly, gay friends, trans friends. We're like, oh, the world is accepting. No. The world is still full of trash people who will like, who will other other people for not living the lives. They live. So it's always a moment of shock for me to hear stories about the little boy who killed himself because he was being bullied for being gay. His name. I just pulled up his name Djamil miles. Yeah, his name. That's right. Nobody deserved of me. You know, you know, from what I can tell his parents loved him, you know. But I was telling people, I don't care. You know, we say like black girls rock black girls and magic are black point magic or black people or magic. And I'm like, I don't care how magical we are. I don't care how strong we are. Sometimes you don't have enough magic within oneself and you had the possession are enough strength to to move against constant stream hatred. Yep, you understand what I'm saying? Like black trans. Women are like God is because what we say, they're also being killed at unprecedented numbers. Like I, I think lost count, but it was like nine, like just this year, like three folks just last week. In the same city, three, trans women. So like it is this idea. You know that black people have to always be so strong that you know, black girls always have to be. So Madge ain't that much magic in the world. Anyone in the world you can whip out when you're under constant attack, you know? Yep. Yep. Like Serena, like, which is why we. Looked like we are here for you as they try to tear you down. I think it's a constant work to make sure that we are doing the community work each other because when the rest of the world is point EROs, at us, we gotta be the soft place that we land on. So you're really gonna find three and a seventeen like really wanted to start like, go find me like less pay like, look Serena, gonna, pay it off like a bucket, but imagine the fact that she she shouldn't even have to. It's it's maddening. It's actually mad, which is why we have to be super, super, super committed to being ultra pro black. I'm talking, we gotta do something, nullified the rest of the world foolishness. Exactly. Let me tell you like my mantra is the we cannot do to each other what the system that and always say, you know, if we are black and we in the world is always at the ready to dispose of. We can't turn around and dispose of one another. And that means and particular moment like this where things I call out culture with things like sort of retribution and punishment, which are consequences of us being socialized. I'm using these fancy words like we've been taught to believe that the only way that we can manage people's to lock them up the literally like, you know, we have prisons and jails, we know that mostly black people are in them so that when folk when we're in community, that's the way we respond to one another, but we can't do that like radical black love is about, you know. So we, we hear people talking about abolishing prisons because we understand that they are not routes to freedom. But I mean on a micro level, I'm talking about on a level of relationships. Like if we dispose of one another, we only aid white whites. So I've been on this kick where I really thinking hard about what it means because the danger and talking about not disposing of people is like, we don't have the language, are the imagination are some some of us, right? We haven't the, we don't have the reality of what it means to deal with people being on punishment and way. I'll get the way I explain this. I come from a family, a black family from Camden, a large family that are my grandparents home was always full like my mom and I, my sisters and I lost our home. I was destroyed. They took us in right. So we, I was on one cows. My mom was on the couch, my sister's upstairs another. My aunt, her kids where we feel that how the like it was like we was all up in there on quilts laying all over the place. But this is important because what it means that I don't care what you did. You might have like, did some some horrible shit the week before Kosta cousin stole something from the house. You might be out there going through some substance abuse issues are just getting out of jail. If you knocked on their door, they will never let you go without eating are put you on the street. You would never go. That's the type of family I had to me that is sort of representation of radical black love. It means thinking about what Pfister's need to be put in place so that all can be welcomed. Even people that do that do wrong. Not that we do wrong and not hold them account. Right now we hold people accountable. We create conditions for folk to to name they're wrong and to get better. But like in ties like these to your point, it's about like love and each other enough to say like, look, we're gonna figure out how we all get right. But because we know that there's a world that's rated a tear you up. We're going to bring you back in and that's just real. That's just that's why, like I look at people, I Meyer like it takes a lot of bravery to be out here be on like the social media where other than the world being media Baker, I forgotten quiet over the last year. I remember Nikki Moniz fans tour threes. I go back with the Twitter. Broth is rough. RAV and all that said was I laughed when I was a day. Somebody said the Nicki Menaj was the greatest rapper. And I said, ha ha ha baby fae came at me. I know I've experienced it, it's it's tough, especially when you're people's other one like, you know, coming for your neck. So it's one of those moments where it's like, did we forget grace. I've also feel when you brought up earlier. I was thinking like, honestly, I feel like we now wear pains as badges of honor, and then we dispose of it on social as opposed to deal with it in a space like they're happy and I really hope more of us seek it out because it's really helpful. And it's easy. I always say like social media, what it does, it really allows operators avatar. And and avatars at the postal complex human beings with failing who can be seen as having feeling who can be seeing this haven't hurt enjoys pain. So what you do is you can attack thing that you only feel like an animate. You know, your representation represents sensational self like not a real human being right? And we deal with each other that way, which is why I have to navigate very cavalierly because I want to remember like, okay, on other end of this, like I know that folk only sometimes community within virtual space, and I respect that. But I'm also like, you know, sometimes we got a. Like I want all of to be surrounded by the type of support and the type of care in the real world too. And virtual reality is will social media Israel community in real space. But like you said, I think so many times we act out are like. Yes, we act out like a lot of our pain sometimes are meanness sometime because we feel like we're only targeted shit like a an appetite like a, you know, you just become something like a profile pic. And not a real person. The black radical love means we just gotta treat each other better. And I also like you said something about grace. I don't. I always say gracious and sheep. So I don't like to talk about like grace. The hard markets American idea grief. I mean, grace means like you're standing care and type of type of love, or at least a holding space that is enough for people to come to their senses to make amends. You know, it's not cheap. It's just being like people do you own right, and you just like automatically forgive them. It means now as part of grace, it means that we're going to change in the process. So I do think you're right that we need to be more graceful. I think that our criticism needs to be more generous. And I think that a big part of our work is also having stuff reflection and being self reflected like being able to for you call my said, I call it home. You know what I'm saying and then do what we can to make that right. That's real. So you on another? No. Your fascist like out here given looks okay. I when I got my haircut I was like, I need a part because done by to get a part. So my own custom part, like how do you use your clothes in your style to tell your story. I love mother and I've always have. And that's the thing you know, I get tripped a lot like you out here. It's like black love and social Justice, but you up. Gucci. While we got to pick one and why we got to pick way looping. But you know how the wear that I was, I go. I was working real book. Say my little corner to get my little white kicks and cleaning them things with toothbrush. Listen, I play. I come from a family though, like where when I'm talking about style, I mean even with little, we were able to sort of stylized ourselves. Satory like anesthetics was just like super port and like my mom would not let my sister's walk out the house unless the hair was done type of thing. Right. Couldn't even walk to the store unless we close on you fill me like there was no going to the store and pajamas you find your shirt. You is some pants type of thing. I was in leather pants and a ruffled shirt with a like a like a hat on for like when I was in when I was ten, my mom dressed me. So the route the roots run deep, but I as a black person who's perceived as man's gender, you know, bearded out walking through the world like us style one as form of stuff, representation. It's political for me to like, I just like one, I wear what I feel like I dress according to how I feel, which is important. But I also like I know inside to give a talk, this is perfect ample at this conference that was about a brought people from around the country. Mayors, their staff preachers pull bunch of people who do work with black men and boys, right into conversations. This was not to go, I think. And I know that most people in that room when they think about blackboard, the men. Thank that the bosom and they ought to be fight for are mostly straightened tender, right that the people. Imagine there my so you know what I were to get my closing keynote a red. Calvin Klein suit. Yes, yes would goes ripe aside and that was the satori choice. I made that shows in a room where people I knew would be in suits mostly in ties or grain type of way back. Right? Because it represents. And I was like, you know what? Number where there's red suit. So like that was a move that I did to push against the norms, the rules that tell me as a black man that I am supposed to tighten myself restrict myself confined myself cage myself. So some rules like I'll wear like a long as MU like I'll be look. And what I love is when I walk into the streets best, I are anywhere really. And people just be looking like, yeah, he's straight. I've got a bit and like a long shirt on that kind of looked like a drip like what he giving he's giving you. Wait, because then you have little kids like a little boy that always run up, like yo, mister, you are so fly like that looks so nice. And that is just like, I want to, you know, give fashion for me as like freedom. Yeah, I just come out the cage. I'm like, I wear whatever. I feel I'm gonna give me some. Yeah, I'm sure it's real short and that's what I'm not like that next thing, you know, I got to do my neighborhood. They got to save. So. Style. Okay. Style kind. Instagram, like yes, Dr nail? Yes. Anytime you a fresh cut he posted, I'd be like, come on with this lining. That is so crisp heavy. I love it and I think it's the duality. You don't have to be. So yes, you should be to wear Gucci sneakers whenever you want, and also then be in a fist up t shirt it, we can together correct one through. Okay. Why not? So do all of this like activists lecturer teacher, author hosts all of that, how you taking care of yourself? What is self care looking for you? Gosh, soda, that's an important question right now as I am battling yada just developed last week, and this is. I'm so glad you. Oh my gosh. So that developed partially sometimes response to stress sometimes response to travels traffic a lot. And you're sitting. It's your attic nerve which is sort of new your, but not your leg at the bottom of your spy. I'm on pain, like I'm on pain meds right now. A few months before that ended up in a hospital for five days with the condition car arrived on my Ellis's which the breakdown of your muscle tissue that flows into your bloodstream and can damage your kidneys. What happens and I'm telling this this is so important. What happens is you you have a a protein critic highways. You always have one hundred fifty to two hundred count. My count was two hundred eighty eight thousand. Yeah, and I ended up hospitalized for five days. You know how that happened because I started working out with a new trainer and we overdid it next day. I got up and shovel. And so what's interesting about this is that my body over the last month as sort of my travel have kicked has been speaking very loudly to me. The RAB DOE was like my body saying you over, did it? You know what I'm saying? I was the hydrated when I was working out. I was, you know, worked out in trouble the next day hospitalized for five days best. My very first pre book launch event because I was at the hospital. My body was screaming. Then I'm sitting here now literally sitting here with Atika. Again, my body is like you're doing the most. For particularly for black people, not just black men, but like black folk who are some somehow we are, and this is issue, black man who will have pains, but we will normalize are paying. I'm supposed to feel that way if that work out, you know this painting my leg. I'm just keep walking, you know, and so you back in the hospital. So I've been much more mindful about listening to my body. You know, I gotta travel six flights between tomorrow and Sunday, and I'm doing a couple of things like y'all if I'm coming over for hours, I don't care what your book I literally have a condition that requires me not to be too long. You better like you've got to business class or first class, or I'm not coming. You understand 'cause you're not paying my medical bills either the types of things I have to do or saying like, you know what? My body right now is screaming and I can't come. So I'm really, really, really been my forties early. You know, I'm forty two and black. You know what this like, this is that aid. I really have to be thinking about my life like my wellbeing, not just my spirit, but my body to and in terms of my spirit, I spend lots and lots of time alone and in very like small curated community a friend because I'm in front of a lot of people a lot, and a lot of energy mostly good. But you know, like the what people don't see like they, you know, you know, some people. They like you live such a. I'm like, you don't wanna switch. You can't even listen like, do you know like you saw me yesterday on that state at the time? Very, but I was on pain meds. Gus the rea- you understand like or like, you know, I'm out here. I still have a life. I still have you know, intimate life when I can have it. You know, I still gotta do things like making sure I have. So I, I really tried to to keep a community of ability. I have a big brother and close friend who's a doctor who checks up on me, like become something like my personal doctor, my landlord and like, see, the big sister of mine is also a medical doctor and my best friend like they all like everyday like where you, what are you doing. Feeling an incurred just two things I did. I went away to the mountains this past weekend and did nothing. I like eight at the fire pit and walked by the river the weekend before that I went to beach house and just try to take time to myself with people that I love quite trust who loved me back. That's so important is we as every guest this because I need people to understand what it looks like when you're prominent invisible it. My all look nice, but we need to figure out ways to take care of ourselves. So that is clutch. That's so clutch. So I need you to make sure you are taking care of yourself, say no to whole bunch of people. That? No. Is that the ready? Okay. Because if this leg Tell you. This leg in by tonight I get on a plane. The mall. Weekly people don't have to deal. They go out to guide me. FaceTime him in Google, hangout him and something take yourself. Look, I think it's so important. So I really appreciate that. And you are love in person. You are walking form of love, and I really, really appreciate you for coming on random, randomness and blessing us with these words of wisdom. Actually on it. You know, I love me some lovey. You want the best and I want everybody. Like if you're listening episode and you, you don't pick up no ashes in the fire me, you're going to be. I need about this book. It's everywhere. Books are sold Amazon Barnes and noble, all independent bookstores, grab a copy because his book is a gift to the world. Thank you Dr. Now I'm I'm gonna tax. You see how you doing. 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The Client

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41:35 min | 1 year ago

The Client

"MM-HMM I don't know what it is about my mom. There's just something to her that people connect with what was so beautiful about her. It made her target to. We can't find beverly. She went show house in Arkansas. So a real estate agent remains missing the Texan Room calling some had the call. You can hear how scared she was. I know she pleaded I know she pleaded it was like a movie chase in this kidnapping motions of just everywhere. I still feel the same thing. Did you find her. Is She alive. In this southern city forever linked to a president and first lady there was another lady making a name for herself in Little Rock. Doc Arkansas. Her face was the paper every week. She had a billboard on one of the busiest interstates face on it as a top selling realtor. Beverly the quarter had become somewhat of a local celebrity with her infectious smile. She put house hunters at ease trusted to find the perfect home. She often did Beverly was awesome and I mean nobody can do it like beverly good but there was a downside to her celebrity. This realtor had a target on her back she did did. She didn't know it for beverly. Being a realtor was more than just closing deal. was she in the perfect job for her personality personality. Yes her sons Chad and curl Jr. curled junior's wife. Kim were always amazed at how much their MOMS clients loved her. Well one of her clients she had gone to their wedding and then went to a baby shower so she just sold them house. It was a newer client. And I think that that speaks for itself. She had a nice smile should be smile and she had a laugh that that would fill a room and she was hands down the most genuine person you've ever met Chad. ADD beverly's youngest son says it was like his mom glowed. She was very radio. Spoke out to people. Is that confidence. In people noticed obviously asleep she was naturally beautiful. It was not natural beauty that caught the eye her husband Carl. They met when they were just kids. She was sixty-nine with backdate. Where did you meet her? Spend overtakes shoes a working at a little hamburger joint nine to buy a burger. I so that Komo when I got up there and get me a hamburger. You just knew. Yeah like that right there. A wedding soon followed a quick stop at City Hall Berge Small Wedding but she loved me and I love her. We thought low. Anyway they're young. Love led to three children all boys and later six grandchildren. They had their share of marital problems including money issues and infidelity. But they work them out so when their twentieth anniversary rolled around they decided to renew their vows and throw a big party. This aspiration to would. Would you mind me again if I ask you to. She said well. Yeah I says okay you know. They wanted renew their loved and show everybody and it was a way for her to get her dream wedding. Gosh a few years after that. She got her real estate license and her best friend. And Stacey Brenda and denise say it didn't take long for beverly to build a loyal clientele did she sell water property she was the top listing and selling agent in two two thousand and thirteen. She did over twelve million. which in Central Arkansas is very? Well what was it. That made her so good at closing the deal. I mean she just had that magic about her she had such a bubbling personality. That it made you fall in love with the house. The women worked together in the same office. Although they say it often often felt more like plays than work we would laugh at anything. You know how it is when you with your girlfriends you know you talk about things that are personal or things that you find funny we would tell tell stories And she had this huge goofy laugh that you could hear all the way down the hall and as realtors. They looked out for each other. Their office even came up with a secret code a text that signaled there was trouble so red folder was the Code Red Folder on one two three main street. Great a code. They hope they'd never have to use your Moore's coming down the homes. As her fiftieth birthday approached beverly was determined determined to get in shape. She started running working her way up to five K.. Races the reason that she started running some at the time was the metal. She loves title Fascination About The medals and she would she would show US pitcher she go. Don't you WANNA go with us. Look at this metal. She lost nearly sixty pounds and threw herself a big birthday party and she gave herself a present cosmetic surgery. You know she'd had the Tummy Tuck but she had also had implants because she'd had a lift left and it was kind of a big Joe because when they put the implants in they were just a little bit larger than she wanted them they were and we know oh we had some a big laughs about that and she was going to go have them reduced because she was like I mean they hadn't fallen and they were just up here and it was. Yeah so but she did look at. I'll she looked bass and being a real estate agent. She felt it was important to look her best on an unseasonably warm September Day in two thousand fourteen beverly early was easing back into work. Brenda remembers beverly telling her. She was going to show a house not far from her home. The potential buyers were offering cash. She she really didn't want to go. She was tired but she was hoping that she be able to get a fast close. Because if it's a cash close you can also close it quicker so this is just kind of an everyday run in the mail L.. Showing some no brainer. Yeah Beverly left the office and headed off to show the property to a young couple. She told her husband she'd be home for dinner. But you didn't hear from her. Carl says he started to worry beverly had given him the address so he decided to take a ride over. She's over there her car. Either I I want to go run. They're nervous or car. Everybody was not in the house. So this is panic. Time for you weird. Because Beverley wouldn't leave let she was in her car. Do you call the police. Yesh instantly that calls set off a frantic search For Beverly Carter. Where was she knew what had happened? Beverly Olson Beverly takes Bam Bam Bam. Our phones started beeping at the same time with text and she said I'm sorry. My phone has been dead. Was this some simple miscommunication. The mystery was just beginning. I still can feel the same pain. Carl Role Carter was worried about his wife Beverly. She had promised to be home for dinner after showing this House. Not Too far away but it was dark now. She wasn't answering her phone own and at the property for sale her car was in the driveway but there was no sign of her. Carl says he called the police then his son and says you know you. It's almost nine o'clock and he says to son I haven't heard from your mom. Have you heard from her. And you know. I'm texting her. I'm calling her and I I can't I can't I can't get any response. And my first thought was that this is just the nature of the business to reassure his dad and himself curl Jr. and his wife Kim drove over to beverly's office hoping she'd be there. There was no one there. I mean the place is completely black and about that time dad. Let me know that He had made it to the property where mom told him she was going and her car was there. But she wasn't Carl's junior figured there must be an explanation as did beverly's Lee's friend stacy and Brenda being real estate agents themselves. They thought maybe she had gone with the potential buyers to show them other houses. We went to the two vacant houses that were beverly's listings and went and checked the lot boxes and read them to see if anybody head opened and nobody had opened as the hours ticked by. Beverly's friend Denise couldn't sleep eight so she checked. Her phone was an email from Brenda. And I can still see the words that said it is with a very heavy heart that I let you know that we can't find beverly. She went to show house and she is missing and I still can read that and feel the same pain you police and beverly's family gathered at the property trying to figure out where she was. How was your dad handling everything? I felt like it was hard to ring and he would sneak away from time to time you know gets collected sized then around one. AM sudden Bam Bam Bam three takes hollered at the officer answer. Kamerhe barely takes me word that beverly was texting gave. Everyone hope always expect like I was like this is done. Her phone dog got some words challenged. It's good across town. Beverly's friends Brendan. Stacey got texts of their own. Our phones both started beeping at the same time. I'm with text and it. I mean it was such an eerie feeling I was just like oh my gosh. What was she saying to you to? I'm sorry my phone has been dead and I turned it back back on. It sounded promising but a little off concerned. Brenda used safety technique. The office had come up with she. Texted beverly the Special Code. You'd I said can you tell me if you left the red folder on my desk. If beverly was in trouble she would not text backer location and there was no response ons. The one that I got was Out having drinks with friends and I was like going. We're right here. The Texan Beverly's husband's phone were just as deflating they read. Yes sorry phone been dead and having drinks now Carl's junior new. His mom would never go out but not tell anyone. I can't even tell you like to go from this. This she's okay. This is all over to the second we saw that screen and saw what those tech said we knew someone has phone totally flip. Does she. She she been to the patrol division. Who responded to the call decided they needed backup? Detective Jeff Allison rushed over to the property. Beverly hadn't really been missing for that long. So why were you called here. That quickly show division showed up EH. Started speaking with the husband and determined that some of the factors in the case where were odd. Not only was beverly's car parked parked in the driveway. Her purse was locked inside. Did you have just a grim feeling right out of the gate that this woman did not disappear voluntarily. They was hopeful but I did have a feeling yes. Detectives searched the vacation house. It was pitch black. The electricity was off. I got down on the floor floor and with my flashlight on his dark you can shine a lot of specific angle you can see disturbances in dust there were disturbances but it just looked like somebody had walked through there her no signs of a struggle inside but he did discover a clue outside the front door. There was a tire trag in the grass. Looked like somebody had pulled up against I Next to the front door or back into the back door neighbor across the street had seen something yes. She looked out the window vehicle pulled into the driveway and about twenty vowed but thirty minutes later looked outside so a skinny white male with short hair outside of the House with a vehicle. Back to the front door put together and it's probably worth the tire. Tread came from the detective. Found more to go on in the back of Beverly's car found a notebook kept with real information on the show listing for that house. was there anything in that notebook that was providing you with with any clues. Attached to that listing was an email address and phone number. Did you call it right away. Did Not not Colorado Way. No he didn't pick up the phone for a good reason. The detective how to theory filth mic beverly. Wherever she was she was being held against her wheel? If this was a kidnapping he knew they had to tread lightly with any possible suspects like the couple. She met at the House if they were involved. The last thing he wanted to do was tipped them off and the detective says there was someone else had his eye on. People were saying saying Oh that has been must have had something to do with it. They were asking questions. Like you're the husband and you just completely contaminated our crime scene. I teach you to that On knew that I was assert SPEC as the sun rose the next morning there was still still no sign of Beverly Carter. Her family and friends were out searching. We had beautiful eight by ten colour flyers. We were posting everywhere she had just had some. I'm new head shots done. We had hundreds and hundreds of people joined search parties. All over the area her family her office namely came together and we ahead realtors from all over the state helping us And by that afternoon we had the search setup and everybody had an assignment many realtors felt this was personal. One of their own while doing her job had gone missing and agents were already on alert. In recent years there had been a rise in crimes against real estate brokers across the country brutal assaults and even murder. How often do you talk about safety? I mean we always talked about it but a lot of times if somebody would call and ask us just to go show house. It was just kind of out of instinct. Sometimes you would jump up and go but this was not a last minute showing beverly Brenda. said she'd been in contact with the clients science for a few days. She did have some concerns. Initially because it was it was a man who had contacted her. She would make sure that the wife was going to be there also. She wanted to show them both at the same Tom. That deal was made that both parties would be. There might feel more comfortable that the wife would be with him and the wife actually got on the telephone and told her yes she would be there and and her friends pointed out the neighborhood where she was showing. The house was one beverly new well. She felt very comfortable in this area. That was her study. Sold several several houses on that street. So she was very familiar with that area at her pastor lived on that street and that street was now a crime scene. New Stations. Help get the word out and Arkansas. Real estate agent remains missing the sleeping more than did this become immediately the lead story on every newscast every newscast just all kinds of feedback from viewers. The biggest story online the biggest story on facebook viewers immediately latched onto it. Shannon Shannon Miller covered this story for NBC affiliate K. A. R. K.. She says finding beverly became a local obsession people came out in droves looking for her wondering where could she have gone not come home from work after doing something you do. Every single day it left a huge mystery. What happened to her? Beverly's husband Carl even made at a televised plea blocked my wife. He sounded heartbroken crazy. People who in the world but not everyone was buying the distraught husband story. People were are saying oh the husband must have had something to do with it has been must have hired somebody you know we all watch a Lotta dateline coral junior so worried about. His Mom now feared his dad could become a suspect. And we're asking questions like okay. Europe the husband and you just went into this home and to search for her. You've gone even up in the attic. Your fingerprints are everywhere. You just completely contaminated our crime scene. Why did you do that? And so you could just see the wheels turning. It was like no. He was right to worry. Detective Allison Brought Carl senior in for questioning. Put Carl in an interview room and treated him like this is somebody we need to take seriously anytime you do. An interview locked up is always best to get into a setting. You're done detectives office in an interview room and I'm giving an interview so it's it plays on their emotions. Did you ever consider the possibility that Carl Carl could have paid somebody to do this. I thought about it. Did you know why you were considered somebody that they need to talk to walk in there and start no question me then. I knew that I was a suspect as detective. Allison continued to question Karl. He discovered some skeletons. They were having financial issues. How much money did Beverly Carter? have in her checking account Don't know the exact dollar amount. It wasn't much one hundred twenty. Six dollars. Sounds about right with their life insurance policy. Yes several thousand dollars hundred thousand dollars. Hundred thousand I don't remember the exact dollar amount now. The detective also learned about other issues. He found disturbing said well. Did you have a new any kind of affair. I said Yeah I said they won. Uh and something else. That was troubling years before Carl says he got violent with beverly as she tried to stop him from driving drunk. I mean I and hither either one time. That's when she got out of the truck. I'm not gonNA ride with you. I said well stay here. Them drove off. Just did you regret it. Oh yeah look pocock goes honestly I really need to roll it it. So did you worry how that would look no. I didn't worry about it. I wanted to find beverly one thing I wanted to find. Beverly I should you know I hate her and it was that but just one time out of thirty four years you one slapped slap upside the head that bad he says that was many years ago and beverly never held it against him treat. Forgive me right then. Because she knew that I wouldn't wouldn't meet. Detective Allison says. He wasn't ready to cross Karloff his list he had other work to do the email email address and phone numbers of perspective buyers. Found in Beverly's notebook were fake tracking the couple required more digging and he had a new clue to follow Beverly Cell carrier retrieved Erie photos from her phone taken inside the house just before she went missing she knew something was wrong. What had happened inside that house? A new lead morphs into an all out man hunt jobs a lot of a second story window. It's it's like a movie. It's Jason this kidnapping. Hey Guys Willie geist here. This week on the Sunday. Sit down. PODCAST I get together with. Actress Kerry Washington to talk about her Broadway. Play turned new netflix movie. American son get it now for a free wherever you download your podcasts. The detectives searched computer and phone records and data was pouring in. They were hoping it would lead to the missing real real estate. Agent Beverly Carter. Cell carrier turned over everything on her phone and there was one thing that caught investigators attention these blurry and dark picture. She took the house. She was trying to sell not exactly showcase material and when her daughter in law had a chance to see them. You have a theory about why they're badly taken photos. You can just tell that it was like quick just quick like she and I knew she knew something was wrong she believed beverly. I was scared of those. Potential buyers was rushing to finish showing the house. It was all bad news. Beverly Carter had now been missing for three days not never felt that kind of loss of control. You feel utterly hopeless and helpless. You can't do anything What they didn't know was that detectives were about to crack this case wide? Open the team that discovered the buyers contact information was fake captain investigating and they were able to start taking the email address and the phone. Numbers don't work in that sending out search warrants in obtain script subscriber information to those email and phone number. Did names pop up. Yes their real names. Aaron Lewis and his wife Crystal lowry police raced over. To put the couple's house under surveillance. This was a very delicate operation. We were working with the expectation in the hope that she was still alive. Detective Allison Allison says. He wasn't sure if the couple was even involved he. I wanted to see what Aaron Lewis look like. Remember their eyewitness had seen a skinny white man with short brown hair of the night beverly disappeared. They hadn't been sitting there long when suddenly a man matching that description walked out the door but they didn't approach him. Were you hoping he might lead you to beverly. was that the idea. Yes we feel that if we made contact with him too early then if he was the one we really before then everything everything shot Lewis got into his car. And that's when the detective says the plan quickly fell apart the saw us sitting there. So that's when he started speeding off off he knew you were following him and he actually went around a ninety degree corner and wrecked and was it was out of the vehicle by the time we went around the corner and Sawing Lewis was injured. Police photographed him and rushed him to the hospital. We are not allowed to go back with them while they're getting certain treatment so collective is sitting out waiting for the treatment and when they take airing back to get Emara or a cat scan or whatever they're doing he decides he's going to leave the hospital. Aaron doesn't come back. The comeback. Aaron Lewis Bolted from the hospital would seem the places linked to Beverly Carter had slipped through their fingers. Police launched a citywide manhunt. was that one of the first things you did. Get his photo out to the news media. Everybody knows Oh you got to get this guy. and Beverly's life is at stake reporter. Shannon Miller remembers her station cut into programming with the breaking news. Searching King for a man wanted for kidnapping Beverly Carter. A realtor was the whole city kind of glued to their TV sets as the hunt for this individual was on absolutely how how many people knew this picture new vase and everyone was on the lookout Challah then boy it and Conan waters managers at a mortgage company. Who Knew Beverly early from real estate deals? Were discussing the case in their office and as we're standing inside this room looking out with the window open air. Louis walks right in front of the window. Ben Immediately called nine one one nine one one. I'm sitting there looking for a guy here that was involved in another the realtor being kidnapped and this guy looks like and he is nervous and he's here to stop. CONAN went out to the bus stop shop to confirm. It really was Lewis Approach team and he. He was a little stand. OFFISH IT I I. I'm a quick conversation about the bus routes in the Times which put him at ease and I think the first time and then I walked away and went back inside and my colleagues absolutely that is Aaron Lewis without a doubt. They spotted Lewis Ducking into a subway sandwich shop. He's caught on security camera and when Louis left someone from a distance outside had made the comment. Hey I think that's him. And that's what spooked in Lewis took off across the street towards this apartment complex negative five people chasing and we knew we were in different areas so they were coughing where he was and luckily luckily for us we turned the corner. We saw the police coming in. When the police get there Aaron takes off running into an apartment and jumps out of a second story window before taken into custody? It's like a movie chase in this kidnapping. Did it feel like that. Oh yeah the cops finally had a suspect and what he revealed would send detectives on hair-raising ride to find the missing real estate agent A hunting recording. Could Beverly still be alive. I hope they have to be managed as what keeps you going. The police had a suspect in custody. His name was Aaron Lewis. He was an unemployed truck driver. Who'd been convicted of petty crimes in several states but the roller coaster ride for Beverly Carter's family and friends was far from from over? I can remember the feeling when when he was captured. We were just like yes. Hey now where's she come on. Where are you ready to find you? As investigators. The gators focused on Aaron Lewis. They backed off on beverly's husband as a suspect. Really your biggest task is to find out where beverly is. My biggest task says in my biggest concern at that time. What was his story? Where was beverly? He said that he kidnapped beverly and it was because of money. He said that he found her on the Internet. Search Terrell saw that she was a broker. NFL election you had money Lewis described in detail what he claimed happened. He he says when he contacted beverly about the house showing she told him she didn't feel comfortable meeting just him so he got his wife Crystal on the phone to say she'd be there to to Aaron shows up it goes in and make some excuse as to why Bristol couldn't come in Aaron tells me that He had beverly take photographs of the House with her phone. So that explained why those photos the detective had seen were darkened. Blurry Lewis said. He'd asked beverly to send them to crystal since she couldn't couldn't be there is it. They walked upstairs and when they got to the top of the stairs he pulled out a flashlight teaser and told her that she was about to have a bad day and she asked. What are you talking about? He says you're being kidnapped. Beverley must have been just absolutely terrified but no doubt they'll go louis then claimed he had an accomplice and he wasn't talking about his wife who had set up a meeting with beverly. It was someone else he said if anything happened to Beverly Trevor done it. WHO's trevor? Trevor is a guy that that era actually lived with for a short period of time to this. Give you some hope that maybe there was an unaccomplished here and that maybe he did have beverly. I had hoped that we're gonNA find beverly live. You have to me is what keeps you going. Lewis said the last last time he saw beverly she was with Trevor and then offered evidence that she might still be alive. Lewis played a recording from his phone and it was chilling. You just WanNa lay on okay. I haven't they heard place hall police. As you call the police bad it was encouraging but it only proved beverly was alive at the time of the recording. The the detective told Louis he needed more than this when he finally says well. I'll take you do the last place that she was so. This is a big moment. Now in this whole case this is this. Is it we when we load him up and we start going CABOT. Arkansas released family prayed this this nightmare was about to end. Did you know that Aaron Lewis was saying. Your mom was alive. Yes we knew that after they had him. And they were interrogating arrogating. Heaven knows a big boost of energy. When he was telling us he it was like it was so Uplifting we're like okay. We're about to get her back. It's great is everyone just sitting any by the phone waiting for the call. We got her pacing Lewis lead detective allison on a nail biting road trip thirty miles house out of town to the last place he claimed to have seen beverly alive shed on the side of the road. What are you thinking as you're approaching this shed that there's a really good chance she could be here or not so sure Hoping like hell she's in there we go in and she wasn't there she had never been in there. That's such a letdown them about it. It was bad but Louis wasn't done John. He had a captive audience and he knew it. He took the police to a new location house about thirty five miles away and he says well this is where I initially initially took her after abducted her Tilson we walked and there was nothing another letdown mobile. Are you feeling like this guy is taking the US for on a wild goose chase. Also mad that I couldn't driving back. I had to ride back with another detective. There's a woman's life that could be at stake. He's messing with the police. While Lewis was leading. Detective on this wild goose chase. Another cop had track. Crackdown this trevor. The man Lewis claimed was his accomplice. We figured out that He was in the military here in Little Rock scientist. Little Rock Air Force Base We we did make contact with him actually interviewing they interrogated trevor for several hours. Then let him go. He wasn't even in town when when this happened. He had an ironclad alibi. Louis we confirmed through his job through the Air Force Base With their office of special investigation that he was was on base. That day lies after lies there was no accomplice. Neither location turned up anything. Police were running out of options and then detective Allison Thought of one more possibility. A cement plant called ARGOS where Lewis had recently worked point blank asked him. It barely was at Argos and at that point he was looking down at the table when I said that he looked up and he just had the stupid look on his face and so I figured out the A. and that's probably where she was at. Police raced over to the factory hoping to find beverly alive another another game from Aaron Lewis. I was so mad. About how dare you try to tarnish our sweet beverly's reputation and at last an answer. Four Beverly's family sort file Barbara four days after Beverly Carter disappeared police. I pulled up to this remote cement plant. They frantically searched for the missing real estate agent. You just now have this gut feeling that that's where she's at shortly shortly. After arriving an officer stumbled on something straight out of a crime novel an elbow sticking out of shallow grave it was beverly detective. Alison went to see Carl. You never forget the look on. Somebody's face when you tell them that you found their spouse. It's it's hard as probably the hardest part of it is the way found. Beverly I still alive and now well I'm sure but she would. We had worked so hard to find her. We just really tried to to the right and I wasn't wasn't enough I know she pleaded I know. She pleaded for her life and be sent. Come back to us and for her grand a baby's then I just have to know that. Got To comforting her. Aaron Lewis was charged with murder and kidnapping and his wife Crystal lowrey charged as his accomplice. They pleaded not guilty but his words to reporter Shannon Miller outside the sheriff's office didn't sound like those of an innocent man Dan by Beverly Beverly Rich Broken. It was just as chilling in person as it was on TV and then he gets into the A car. And you're going. What did he just say? Two weeks later Shannon interviewed Lewis jail and he told a vastly different story away from the one he told detectives was he willing to cop to anything. No I didn't kill her murder. Her anything did occur wasn't accident then he tried to say beverly played a role in her own death. He implied she willingly met him at the House for a sexual hookup. That went wrong. In Your opinion in how far fetched was this new story about the sexual encounter. One hundred percent made up so it was completely farfetched. Assistant District Attorney. Ernie John Johnson was assigned the case. He believed it was a kidnapping gone wrong but needed help. Proving it in court. He turned to Lewis's wife Crystal lowry salary. I thought from the very beginning that we would need to flip crystal and it would be important for the case for test. He made a deal with crystal. She agreed to testify against her husband and plead guilty to murder and kidnapping in exchange for reduced sentence of thirty years. It's good for the jury to be able to here. You know the back story of what went on in the wives. What went on in January of two thousand sixteen Aaron Lewis went on trial? Trial the prosecution's star witness crystal. Lowery took the stand and told the jury all the grisly details. She claimed it was all about money. Not Saks axe. She said he came up with the idea of kidnapping someone but she went so far as to suggest real estate agents. She testified that she was in class at nursing school school when Lewis abducted beverly. She got a text from Aaron. Lewis saying Look at this or something like that and it was a picture of Miss Carter under bound in the trunk of the car. She said that when she got home he had brought. Miss Carter back to the house. She told the jury when she got home. Beverly was locked locked in their bathroom and what she said next showed how little thought went into this plan. Lewis had forgotten Beverly's purse with her ATM card at the property. Pretty so we went back to get it crystal says when he got close to the house. Cops were everywhere one even pulled him over. This particular officer just stopped opt to car. That was coming in to say. Hey if you have you seen just ask questions and to put the person on alert. The officer couldn't have known that Aaron Lewis was the man they were looking for for. Miss Carter was still alive and And he just didn't know it when Lewis returned home crystal told the jury that's when the couple apple ran out of options. She was in the bathroom with crystals medication and so that she knew crystals name Beverley had seen too much. They agreed she had to to die. Aaron took Miss Carter from their house and put her in the back of the of the car and drove route to the cement plant. That's when prosecutors believe Louis did something horrific he brought beverly's face in duct tape and let her suffocate. He came home and told crystal that she was dead. And then the heart of the prosecution's case that recording of beverly pleading to her husband. They played it for the jury call. Prosecutors argued the recording. Beverly had been kidnapped and contradicted Lewis's claim of hookup. So how would the defense explain that tape attorney Bill. James chose to ignore it. I was unable to come up with any plausible explanation explanation for that recording. That helped us. So is this one of your biggest obstacles. Then everything came back to coordinate instead. Had he led jurors in a different direction. Beverly's personal life. You said this case is about secret lives. What did you mean by that in order for? Aw Defense to be correct. She would have to be living alive. It was basically siegler least doing something that other people didn't know about. Here's where Louis Story got even stranger. He was no longer implying that he had sex with beverly. He claims he was out of the House. At the time unnaturally said yes Lewis said the trust was between beverly and crystal he said beverly accidentally died during rough sacks. She died wall with While with his wife and then he was only just protecting his wife and trying to cover up for her to further bolster. This story James suggested to the jury that at beverly had been prone to poor judgment. He pointed out that she was broke but driving a brand new cadillac and getting expensive plastic surgery. I'm just saying she made some bad decisions. Maybe she made another one. Finally Aaron Lewis took the stand and told the jury the story about the alleged rendezvous with beverly and his wife during cross examination prosecutors pounced they questioned him about every detail including that one piece of evidence that seem to contradict his entire story ever lease voice on that tape tire husband. She'd been kidnapped what he ultimately told the jury was was that he had done it himself. It's synthesizer voice and created this tape. You'll forgive me if that sounds maybe a little silly. Will you forgive if I remind you that. I didn't say it happened. I'm just telling you what the evidence was. I'm just saying what happened to the trial to beverly's friends and Family Lewis's story story was not only preposterous. It was painful to listen to. We been victimized over and over again by him. I was angry that not not only that he was able to do it but then he continued to build to hurt my mom. I was so mad because I thought how dare you try to tarnish our sweet beverly's reputation. The verdict was back in less than an hour. We hear footsteps running the verdicts in what was very good. Sign nine yes great sign. Aaron Lewis was found guilty on all counts and given two life sentences of Bill L.. Relief instantly relief regarding and Beverly's family is working into make sure this doesn't happen to someone else's family they started the Beverly Carter Foundation. Her son travels the country training real estate agents about safety. It's a blessing for me because I get to to not only raise awareness talk about safety best practices but then also use it as an opportunity. Unity for me too congress. Slide in some Some great stories about my Muhammad so kind of keep her alive. Good evening. Everyone Breaking News Lester. Are you afraid. Iran is playing with fire. The most trusted TV news anchor in America here in Normandy. Hundreds is gathered to honor the heroes. This is what it means to be American evenings on your local N._B._C. Station.

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Roundabout Roundup: Summer of '69, BH90210, GG2D, Elta MD, Duolingo Podcasts and ... Jorts?

Parenting Roundabout

09:33 min | 1 year ago

Roundabout Roundup: Summer of '69, BH90210, GG2D, Elta MD, Duolingo Podcasts and ... Jorts?

"Welcome to round five of the parenting roundabout podcast for the week of august twelfth. I'm katherine echo and i'm here with terry morrogh. Hello mimi gallup high and stacey find hi mimi and stacy joining us from living the second act and they've been with us all week as special guest stars while nicole is away so today we're taking a break from the talking complaining and obsessing we do during the rest of the week and we are shouting out things. Other people are doing that. We think you'll find useful or enjoyable and we call this our roundabout roundup. I'm super curious about what terry has to say so. I'm going to let her go well. We've talked a lot about <hes> hear about the things that i have heard about on the bobby bones podcasts or within the entire enormous bobby bonds social media universe and something that i saw recently that was just a little thrown off on instagram or maybe facebook live has just turned into an earworm that i walk around singing <hes> regularly and every the time it sort of brings a tear to my eye is a song it love song really about shorts as we've discussed here on the podcast where i think georgia fallen fallen into some disfavour that is a negative term for jeans shorts which i have always worn and never knew were a thing until people started being snarky snarky about shorts and this song which bobby bones sings with his <hes> raging idiots <hes> code member eddie and also a young man he was on american idol. I believe it's a love song from your joints that are in the bottom of your drawer where you've stopped wearing them because you're cool and they just want you to wear them one time. Hi more very sweet exterior sentimental. If you to have a heart for jordan be harming it and mortifying your children just as i am so i sing it on behalf of the actually wearing a very comfortable baggy pair of jordan's right now they are not in fact cut off their hand me downs from my daughter or those hand me ups. She's taller than me so i think they're still hand me downs. <hes> and you know what i will never quit you. You're so comfortable so listen to that folks and go to the back of your door. Find those cutoff jeans shorts shorts. You've neglected and wear them proudly. You know nobody gets to tell us what to wear at all right stacy. Tell us what you have today. A couple of things first. I reading this book that absolutely live. It's called summer of sixty nine by ellen. Hildebrand is seen angola. Oh my god i love it like three quarters of the way down. It's so good and mimi mimi. You would love it because it takes place in cape cod. It is so good <hes> so that's the first thing the second thing is. I'm obsessed with the ninety. You wanna reboot. That was my absolute favorite show for so long. I think i feel like they're my friends had like heartland so best beverly i really did coming back and i can't wait like every time i see. All my friends were sending out like the little youtube things things with the song and the interviews and this and that this show mytalk. I've no idea really i've just excited to you. See them again. So bad is what i've obsessed about my d._v._r. Is set and i cannot wait to watch it. It is super fund sealed friends again exactly even if even if they all have had a lot of work done still it's good to see i want the answer <unk> thirty something reboot coming. That's why yeah that was that was more my speed. I was obsessed. I was a little younger than them but aspirational. Oh twenty thirty something and i yes it was hoping to be the one day when you actually watch the series like it came out. Wow children among our children will never under they just look at me with wide is when i say such things instant gratification yeah. We didn't have that on that on that. Topic i opposite of doing with all the kids are doing today and i've been this summer. I'm binge-watching obsessed with the girlfriends guide to divorce. I know it's been out hey i'll but it's really wonderful about. It's a lot about friendship and a topic that i always find it so fascinating and i write about it as a lot in living the second act but what i love about it too is just it's just really it captured sort of it's like forty something age. I'm occasions that people have with their relationships so i've been watching that that's guilty like night-time summer pleasure. Who'll and i you know it's funny. You were like i it's summer and i loved son and i know that i'm not young anymore so i am honoring on a on but i found the best sunscreen oh like twenty years to find it. Oh elta m._d. It it is wonderful and everything's like forty fifty. I mean it's pretty high in terms of but and there's been studies that say maybe not more than thirty but i do truly believe because i it has blocked my skin from being old and wrinkly little so i highly recommend it a- and i think it's the best and it doesn't break you out and all those things are that sounds i recently went to the special olympics and thought oh hat i have a hat. I don't need sunscreen and with just hideous sunburn so a that's what i need so that in our show notes for all you sunburned. People people were interested. I need that while i will finish us off with. I have talked here around up. Probably the along probably months ago about dual lingo the app that lead in news to learn languages which i use for french but they have like a dozen or more different options and i do think it's well done as a as a language learning tool and they ages started this summer a podcast for french. They have learned spanish too but i of course have listened to a couple episodes of the the french one and i thought <hes> i don't. I don't know if i'm gonna be able to make any sense out of this but i can. I can i can understand understand it and it is half french half english <hes> so they have a host slash narrator person who speaks english and that they have somebody speaking french native speaker and they say that it's intermediate level. I don't know i i can follow follow <hes> and they're just fun. Little stories like the first one was about this young man who <hes> the baker and he won the prize of having the best bag at in all of paris and it was just his story and talked about about how you know. He's an immigrant in his mom was like please. You're so smart. You know you do so well in school like you should be engineer. He's like i really like baking and and and he's like you know i studied chemistry in. That's how i learned how to make a really good bag at so anyway. It's interesting stories and i was super proud of myself that i could understand the french words <hes> and you can. They're only like twenty minutes so it's aw it's a quick little joel <hes> so yeah i so i recommend that <hes> if you're interested in trying to just polish up your friendship but right or your spanish as they do either vanish i'll have to give it a listen and see how many brain cells of high school french often gets love shoes. Lifts issues there. You go oh well. That's it for another week of parenting roundabout. I should be able to say that in french but i can't i shall i shall continue in english if you missed any of our earlier episodes this week. Look up on itunes or wherever you get your podcasts to hear what we have to say about technology kids safety what we're watching on t._v. and the website inexperience of our guests this week nieminen stacey a._c. From living the second act you can also find all our episodes at parenting roundabout dot com and talk back in the comments there on our facebook page or on twitter or you'll find us at roundabout chat chat. Thank you so much meaning stacey for joining us this week. It was so fun to talk to you. Thank you so much for having us. Thank you so much. Thank you well. Their site is living the the second half dot com so if you've enjoyed hearing them here go check them out there and have a great weekend. We'll see you back here on monday.

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Trump plays down pandemic threat; Trump healthcare plan?; A dress with a stain

Rusted Culture Podcast

09:13 min | 4 months ago

Trump plays down pandemic threat; Trump healthcare plan?; A dress with a stain

"Fresh from the rusted culture podcast. Welcome back to the PODCAST will today folks have got a little bit of a rant to go through? You know it was about three o'clock today there was so much going on that. It's it's just ludicrous. There's so much of this president is doing that disqualifying it's disqualifying to the office of President Today. It's disqualifying for him running. For another term. Of the Office of President in today folks, we learned from experts from a book that associate editor of The Washington Post. WHO's Bob Woodward. In his book he wrote that in a conversation that he had with Donald Trump. Donald. Trump realized then on February seventh that cove it was far worse than the common flu in fact, he called a deadly stuff. In that same conversation with Woodward on February. Seventh Donald Trump said. I wanted to always play it down. Always play down. He wanted to do they had to avoid a panic. So Donald Trump played the threat of the virus down to avoid panic like a stock market panic. Maybe that would basically make him look bad. As if we Americans can't handle the. Truth. In folks, it's all about optics with this president. So it's always about trump's spinning the narrative for his own personal benefit. What's important to him? That's what it's about. Not Wearing masks is still a part of that narrative. We know it's it's an easy thing to do obviously to wear a mask yet donald trump won't embrace it. Trump won't even do what he should do to mitigate the spread of the virus. But he has the gall to say when things get worse the Democrats Democrats are trying to weaponize the virus. Folks. It's. It's a deadly mind games at Donald. Trump is trying to play with Americans. It's a deadly mind game going on right now. And I can tell you that this virus wouldn't have been a game if Joe Biden were president right now we be far better off as a nation if Biden were president at this very moment, we'd be far better off. So it's weird that Donald Trump is is hoping to avoid a stock market panic and he loses the election. And then he said numerous times that you're going to see it fall like never before. If he if he loses the election in that case, a panic has a okay. Will Today Donald Trump also and I want to switch gears here to healthcare for a second Donald Trump said that. As we know he is. Trying to kill Obamacare we don't know how many times I mean countless times. He's been under the hood of Obamacare ripping all sorts of crap out trying to kill it anyway he can. In fact, they still have a lawsuit that's pending right now against obamacare. But I want you to listen to this conversation where North Carolina Republican Senator Thom Tillis, his office gets a call from a constituent of his her name is beverly who is suffering today from cancer and cannot afford to be treated. Have Listen. Started calling lawmakers for guidance and came across a Washington DC staffer. For Senator Thom Tillis frustrated by the lack of empathy veal's started recording. You're saying that if you can't afford it, you can't afford it. You don't you don't get to have it and that includes healthcare. I knew I. CARE. Is something that people need especially if they have cancer. To compare it to address her maybe incredibly angry. You just got to find a way to get it on your own beverly I. Guess That's the way he put it. Most Americans agree that we should join developed nations offering Americans all Americans. A healthcare. Baseline. Option. But tillis Tom Senator Thom. Tillis voted several times to kill the affordable care act with no replacement. It's one thing to vote on something and say, Hey, look what I got over here in my right hand man this healthcare is fantastic. They got nothing. Tell us apologize publicly for what the staffer said but why why I mean why bother? That's how you feel. Thom Tillis Senator Tillis. That's how you feel kill Obamacare and that's how you voted. I don't get. Why would you apologize? I mean that's exactly what your platform is. With. The staffer should've done was told the constituent that Donald Trump. Has Got Great Healthcare Plan. He said he would have in two weeks about a month ago. Empty Promises folks it's all empty promises. Where is that trump healthcare plan? He was going to release months ago where is it was two weeks? Away months ago. Well, in the news today, if that's not enough, remember the aging Carol lawsuit where her lawyers have dress with something on it. Some things on that dress. In e Jean Carroll is claiming that trump raped her years ago in New York Bergdorf Goodman department store changing room. Remember that case. Well Attorney General Bill Bar. Is Planning. On taking that case away from trump's personal lawyers and defending trump on the taxpayer dime. There's something on this dress folks evidently and deposition in DNA sample must have scared the hell out of Donald Trump. So the case right now is delayed again until a federal judge decides if this change Avenger. From Aging Carol, versus, Donald Trump of this change to each carol versus the United States. He'll have to decide if that has any merit. So at best it's a delay tactic. But all I can tell you is there is something on that dress. And sooner or later were all going to find out exactly. What that stain is. Well folks this is interesting last up here. This is kind of interesting. I'm going to throw this out for you to consider. I found this. Just a classic trump move about a week ago. The trump administration said, it was implementing a four-month moratorium on residential evictions. According to a USA. Today. ARTICLE IT I won't go into effect or went into effect last Friday. September. Fifth and will run through December thirty first applying to individuals making less than ninety, nine, thousand dollars a year and who were unable to make housing or rent payments. This is interesting folks because I it doesn't fix darn thing it just kicks the fiction can down the road classic trump I mean he couldn't fix anything I guess if he wanted to. So don't look so surprised about it. Secondly, what could be going on around December thirty first? What we've got an election. And if Donald trump isn't reelected joe. Biden will be sworn in on January twentieth or somewhere there about. so by making the fiction moratorium, only four months. He could've made it three. He could've made it five but by making it only four months, trump will likely sit in office until the moratorium expires on December thirty first, and then let the Evictions Begin for Twenty Days. thereby. Handing Joe Biden as. A possible winner of this presidential election handing Joe Biden a real chaotic mess when he is sworn in with three weeks of victims having taken place. With no real way of stopping it at that point isn't that Nice The three weeks between December thirty first January twentieth is time for folks to be fully addicted. In that three week timeframe I mean it's just Confounding, I've never seen someone. You know more deliberately malevolent. To the American people I really haven't I mean you'd have to look long and hard. To find someone worse I think to the American people at large. Trump could have made the moratorium for five months like I said, but that would have given Biden time to fix things for months is how you create chaos with millions of Americans getting affected as Joe. Biden get sworn in it's just isn't that Nice? Folks that's all of the rant that I have for you. Today I do want to thank you for listening in tune in for more next time till then. This flash briefing was brought to you by the Rusted Culture podcast and you can find us on I, tuned stitcher tune in spotify in Google play or wherever you find your podcast. Thanks for listening.

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Viajando 45: El tiempo en Cracovia

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Craig Bierko and Beverly D'Angelo

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Craig Bierko and Beverly D'Angelo

"Support for this podcast comes from we work. Today takes new ways of working new measures toward health and safety flexible terms to scale up and down convenience spaces designed for focus and collaboration. It takes we work to take your business where you want to go we work. That's tomorrow works. Visit we work dot com slash tomorrow support for this. Podcast comes from microsoft teams. Now there are more ways to be a team with microsoft teams. Bring everyone together in a new virtual room. Collaborate live building ideas on the same page and see more of your team on screen at once. Learn more at microsoft dot com slash teams Gilbert godfrey niches dot have made colossal podcast and with my co hosts frank santo padre and our guests. This week are two of our favorite people. And storytellers were turning for more laughs and more punishment. We couldn't be more please. Greg vieira cohen. Tony nominated actor and singer. Who has starred in films and hit tv shows and broadway and broadway productions he starred in the broadway production the music man guys indulge edge. Well i company dal shall not matilda the musical and little miss sunshine you bold. So seen them on the spoke screen in shows like murphy brown alley. Mcbeal mad about you. Both the legal damages sex in the city unreal the good wipe and blue blood and on the big screen and alone kisco by scary movie for for your consideration and three stooges fear and loathing in las vegas and cinderella man. He's old soap arguably the world's biggest fan of the monkeys and the only man in america to own a richard kind doll daily de ngelo. I'm exhausted though. I can't. I can't go to this day and thank you good night. Can i deny yet. Closer to the mic. If get your head in it if you can on the mike out say hit for the fifth time heavily as an emmy nominated actress in singapore and wreck on tour known to everyone for all her work in well-respected television programs such as freeze. Your family. guide cougar town. Mom entourage and tv movies like landscape and a streetcar named desire. And of course the simpsons has country singer leur laura lean Early lumpkin seen are a dungeon jump. Motion pictures coding hair. Coal miner's daughter every which way but loose american history x high spirit and as elon glorious wall in five films and the beloved national lampoon vacation series. She's old so a one time. Hannah bob beira animator and the winner of the country music association award for album of the year and former miss ponderosa state. Please welcome back to the show the lovely and down the crate. Vieira the ass. You shouldn't have added me into that. Wants to keep adding a syllable. To burke is amazing. Because it's got syllables as it is. It's a be air discovered another number between nine and ten. Am i believe in it. I beverly and i came up with this idea. Circle back we'll circle with. I just wanna get it outlets enhanced idea. I don't think so but let's give the second half of her credits out and then decided that they're really there needed to be a number between six and seven where it was nine and ten of nine and ten. Yeah what did. What did we name the number. I think that was your idea. But i said what if we discovered a number between nine and ten like a mathematical and approved. And you came up with the number. Quinn was quit. Quit quit or something like that. Yeah there was five. I like it was it was cure. T. q. idt years of game. One two three four five six seven eight nine ten. Here's gilbert. he's we see that reminds me. I don't know what made me think of this before. Can actual cable tv and you turn the dial of your tv if you managed to balance it between two stations. Yes you get like some weird thing you'd get yanni's days always and you go. What the hell is that or them. You could get a bosom. no never. You're liking i got it was arguably arguably of them okay. You did anybody when they were child. Have a television set but had a remote control which was really a squeeze ball tube and you could change the channels by squeezing the little tubes and a puff of air and change the channel. I never in my childhood most of my adulthood. Had i mean when i remember when i first got a remote control like being in the future exactly the once. They were the size of like a small car and they had like the big big like a column of metal. You had to really put your elbow into click the channel over or remember the early. Vcr's that had like a giant you know like pia no keys. I remember you. I got pay cable that they sent you. That wired box that had two rows of buttons on a dial on the left. Yes you had to do. A top row of buttons and a bottom row of buttons. Anybody remember that cable vision early. Do you remember. I think it was called a robust size. Yes and yeah and it was just like these girls and liautaud zoom in on their in their i say did roguish is news nothing. No why nobody's saying okay. Now get in. They were just like an hour of jerkov were they pretty were they played per year. Totally hot look and mazal types in in leotards and they'd be zooming in they'd be doing the squats for us. Yeah and men on their ashes and crotches yet and it was fun. And we do you. Remember. 'cause i don't think they have it anymore. But there was manhattan cable. You had to go in and take like a night class. yeah beverly. I don't know if you remember this. But richard sampson. Who's a friend of ours. Whose very funny. Probably the funniest attorney at the new york times. We're kind of inherent is what kind of an attorney is he trademark attorney very very funny guy one of the funniest people. I've are you still in touch with him. I don't care. No no no i am i am. He's a great guy. He's a terrific terrific. I could don't him since college but anyway we came up with an idea. We thought because we had nothing to do so we thought let's do a talk. Show on manhattan cable. One of us will host that we had decided one of us will be the ed mcmahon and every week beverly would be the guest until the same store last august. Shoot it every week and that your responses telling us a lot of the stuff is conceptual. You'll laugh at dinner and then the actual reality of of some you know some guy behind the camera going to do the same story forever. The robin byrd show. Yes yes that was a new york phenomenon that was gynecological. And then i remember when alan goldstein was on he be like ninety nine percent commercials for massage. Fallers thing he come on for like a second and then go back to the edge. Now gentlemen yes no no go ahead go ahead i was gonna say and usually i'll go and usually he would interview a porn star right. Yeah yeah more or less. I stars that he chose distasteful. Yes they were not. They weren't the you know if you're gonna go to the trouble. Yeah get a fine. Someone who looks remotely like barbara eden from a distance mark one legged creatures looked like they had a wing clipped off. And it's like a. He used this show for his own personal complaints. Like i said. Sid diana and i waited for my roast beef and then they brought me a corn beef. So fuck you sit. Remember the imagine that the restaurant going. Y'all gonna kill you out gonna hold back at tall beverly. What's happening with your podcast. The last time we had you here on that doing it. I heard you had ten in the can different. I told you that story house between us show. We don knapp one house in hollywood. I'm exhausted after that. I just couldn't go on. This was going to be our thanksgiving show jumping thankful for. I've have to thank you to. Because when gilbert and i did the sixth anniversary show you very sweetly sent us a video and and toot meant to shock and surprise got allen there. How did you rope alll pacino for anybody. Who doesn't know which our referring to how did you. How did you talk him into. I was at his house. And i can't remember we were doing. I think we were. We were watching. I think we all wanted to see cats or something. Cats moved down. I money shot of al pacino's face watching cat shot due to take you hold on. It's going to take forever to find it. That's okay you can do it laughter so anyway. I think that that was it. I can't remember but it was some kind of a would wait a minute. Was it january. Twenty fifth though was the end of february. The twenty six factory mary lou. Yeah mr mayor no was supposed to be in that show to talk. We you know we. We're very good friends. We we actually don't tell anyone we very good friend. We spent a lot of you. And now i think that's admirable. It is it's great. He's the greatest. And he's the person i call for. It buys what happened guy. He's dare he actually said that to me. Once i used to go out with janine garoppolo yes that gene garoppolo and we saw him once and then and then he and i were performing on the same bill. You know this was me and my why didn't even say who. The straps are horrible storyteller. This is martin short short short. Because when you did what happens rice because you had said jiminy glick so lies make right after the music man. I did remember evening at the pops. The yeah that's what up to boston to do evening. I was on youtube. That yes yes. And right. After me was a martin short during his act and the only other time i had met him at. That point was with janine and so we were getting going up in the elevator. After the shows and i said gun show is like show. I said you know janine. I broke up. What happened shit. I thought that was really. He was just being funny. He's the funniest guy he's the funniest everybody's year we will return to gilbert godfrey amazing colossal pod cash but first a word from our sponsor. Ooh hey guys remember the days when you always ready to go wayne was that no. I think it was the late seventies scale. I think it was the fours he might have been the forties. Now you now you can increase your performance and get that extra confidence in bed guys. Listen up our old friends blue gill. That's blue light. The blue they bring you the first schule with the same. Fda approved active ingredient as see allison v viagra viagra right about those two never heard of him. Now take them anytime gil even on a full stomach and since they're chewable they worked twice as fast as a pill so you can be ready whenever an opportunity arises and i think if we we've established the fact that an opportunity does not arise. 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It was in the ended the day at groped shot. That was a group shot. It was at the end of the day and I remember the directors very uptight come on people people people because he had like wrangling cats to get everybody in that shot and They they did it once and it didn't shoot it again. There's some problem because it was actually a tough shot. Just on a technical level in there was movement until we froze. And i said the chevy bet you also the director could care less than is even and i sit to chevy I bet germ is is going to catch this. And he goes so action. Stop and i arranged that my hand would be there and he was okay. Fine rap. yeah we're done for the day. Great cut the and I didn't know whether he founded in the editing room. Or what. It was purposeful. And i i never thought it would be actually. But they don't have any choice. They only have one take and they direct the one. Nice move you had. Chevy chase was so great on your show on our podcast. Yeah i didn't hear that one. When did you do him. When did you do in chevy here. Yeah oh i'll send it to you Probably second year twenty fifteen. Well i love that. I m i don. I can't speak for you. But for for a white guy in the suburbs who grew up in in the seventies and eighties. I honestly don't think any of us would have the same personality. If it wasn't for chevy chase. I don't think it would be. It would be something slightly different. No i i Chevy chase was you know. Rows and rows and dr and bill. Murray bill murray to use a whole. There's there's about three or four guys that they didn't exist. I think i would just be empty. steve martin could be morton Andy coffman gilbert godfrey got to put in their gilbert in there. But yeah chevy had that persona you know of the kind of you know little fancy suburban smart guy you know. It was all new to me. I hadn't seen any of that anybody having you know. There's that theory that artists just that there's a certain amount of territory and people move in and out that territory you know. But i don't know like the the next brando. The next is an exact. But so who was chevy before chevy was jedi without have been george carlin before he became a hit. The well to save you guys feel the same way about like like bob. Hope i remember seeing bob hope for the first time i never got an. But we'll bob hope in the movies. Which was basically woody allen woody allen admits it and also when i was a kid. It was strange. It was a weird time. But i remember i remember bob. Hope in nineteen seventy four sitting behind a desk and resigning from show business. I couldn't tell richard. Nixon and bob hope apart like the same guy i. It's funny shows with the sketches. I don't like when he just sits and look talks in the camera. Gilbert dark. Do we have to send beverly the bob hope jack frost video lawn. Believable eight is beyond. It's unbelievable you think. Yeah it's it's like. What craig gwen. Through on those drugs of air. It doesn't matter up to bob. Hope in this thing. I can't wait to see it. It's basically a jar connected to nerves spine and just the wattage is going. It's like i seriously thing. This was a war scissor avenge because he poked around on. How and this is like she's like he's a corpse. Relief can't wait to see and it's not bad enough that he's a corporate set that filming but they glue a little beer to Pointed at the hallway scare. Gotta see that is either. Yeah yeah it's beyond scary. But the way because it's the law beverly you. You've seen older groucho as performed by. Hey why did you do that. Television special With the with the brothers. It seemed like you guys were a little tired groucho. Why did you do it. Schuco newsrooms castle virgin material. And william buckley's show. That was interesting but it didn't seem to be your element. Why did you do that. Shoot and i heard a rumor where you bathing chinese people we you bathing entire chinese families it simple. Why would you do that. Mama sure friedman. We'll be a semi patrols partner. I and mitchell dookie. Mitchell drew greg. I got a question for you from a listener. Okay from dr eric z. Md medical deviant. That's wrong yet from dr. That's an mosh must be a really good doctor name like that. Can craig talk a little bit about his experience filming the immortal classic the day my kid went punk. I'd love to hear what it was like it. Also starred podcast guest bernie. Copello did not make a movie called the day. My kid went punk. Did you needed the money native. Let's listen chico. Needed the money we were out. Listen until the last for no. I remember the after school specials. Yeah sure well you know. They burned through the important subjects like kids on angel dust. Or i think my kid might be a homosexual. You know they'd have stuff like that. He's prejudiced my son. They'd have of the ish. Whatever the issue was well. They ran a little dry after about fifteen years and also the people who wrote them very very nice but a little out of touch so it was would've been around nineteen eighty nine and it was it was i think my son's into punk metric the day mike kit pump jay underwood great sweet actor or good. Every american wrestling spank knows exactly who that is. I don't i might end. I went in and i read. I think i'd been in hollywood for like eleven seconds. I went and i met and it was. It was like meeting like my parents friends. Nice people you went to their house. They were nice people and this is. Why would you like to do this. And i was like bernie. Copello will be my father cope. Hell i'd me and jay underwood just you know. It didn't make any sense. But i got to spend a couple of days with bernie coke fell and i was. I was remarkably restrained. Because all i wanted to do is just go. Schwa- schwa- talk. Of course. I mean who fought and he was really funny jack. And you're a you're a kid. When and when he went when get when he called gavin gavin by the way get gavin was incredibly. Also the one thing i wanted to ask is it just occurred to be recently. Was he played a character on a show homer. He played baked chicken on. How an hollywood on No hawaii five. O hawaii five o. He was his evil jerk pressure. Big chicken he played mostly heavies until then he play a lot of heavens. Yeah until i said yeah show and then and then he and so to get them away from the heavies they hire him as a comedy writer and his name is murray slaughter. Right right more. Like a was the only thing i could think of was murray's laughter visit that maybe it's that that's interesting. Murray is laughed. they canadians. Kill your kill like hi. This is avery dismembered dismantlement. I mean slaughter such strange and it never occurred to me. There's that guy. George ladder georgia's ladder ladder. Yes we add him onto. Who were you guys. Can i ask you well. And so basically it was that i had. I had a great time and remember the woman who owned the house. We were shooting dinner scene. Of course you start your year. Hope you're doing the right thing. Here's a guy who's been in a million tv shows. He's quietly trying to not be think of him as a hero but actually do the scene with him and the woman who owned the house was sitting in the living room. She came up to me. Because you're a very good at acting. That's sweet yeah at acting. I thought it was very very sweet. It was very nice. It was a tv movie. I saw the lifetime or hallmark. And i swear to you. It was about porn addiction. Oh really yeah some kids. I'm like teenager gets take it so it's so it's like an after school special. Yes yeah. I have a question for the group. That sit croft is calling me. Do you want him on. Hold on a second hold on a second. We had him. yes we love him. Thanks for stabbing my story in the tit. Hold on so go ahead. Sid calling you and your fucking will pick up messages you have to. I know sucre never saw her car. When i walk and went to now that he's been jim off a week later we right. That's a guess what you've just been on the amazing colossal gilbert godfrey. It's amazing colossal. Podcast with frank santo padre. And it's the best podcasts. There is. i'm doing zoom right now. And he's a name. But i used to sit. I'm someti- at work. I'm some guy. And i used to work with you at eastman's jim all the time. You were very nice and you would cost to us all the time Sit our love kellyanne. Hollywood my friend fucking fuck him fuck is he think he is giving it up and he bucket treats cock terrible. I interrupted you and then he hung up. He should get disease. That's my dear that said he's is my neighbor he show to beverley. I love this. Yeah they were like this sunshine bought exactly but they such a thing between. Did you not quite. We were just you. did this. Show said i see you gilbert and franker saying hi to you yes yes yes way are saying i mean but how do we do that. I've got an holding the phone up in you're on speaker on my landline and zoom. And also craig. Barikot is a genius actor. Said that he worked with you. Know i work with you know. No no no. I didn't work with you. Don't say of course. No no no no no. No no i work on. Do you remember. You used to work out every day. At eastman's jim. No no no no. No no no you mean. The podcast was fabulous. What i was just saying that crates zero hold foot crag craig used to work out at eastern s- jim when he was in los angeles experiences. Resent mind-blowing okay. I don't know what you just said. I i love you so much. Can i can hold on. And when you're on the podcast when you were on the podcast. I you and your brother bill. The largest escalator you do member building an escalator with marty. You did the show with marty with over an hour. I love you. I love you thinking a little bit. I i wanna someone's gonna take this idea way. But i i would love to know what. Hr step-up doing now covid. Like lena words. Doing a trumper got news. That just came in. And it's not from steve forest that it's somebody it just shoot. Are you ready yeah. Donald junior has covid fantastic. Yeah nice nice sentiment. Beverly i got a question for you. We meant to ask you this last time. Tell us a little bit about working with the iraqi and the clint eastwood movie and every which way but loose a well. Because we we love we love to ask people about working with simeon's well Are you familiar baffoni back. According to ching old hollywood rich women used to train chimpanzees to go down really yet. They use the pro- These kinda links chimps well. I'd think somebody's getting a birthday present. Mr knuckles is on the way. Mr knuckles trained by Stockard channing. And i really can't wait okay. This story so we shot every which way but loose on location. And the way that clint this was you know it was nineteen. Seventy six and clint wasn't the clintons with it he came to be. I even thought. Like what am i doing. A movie with the right guy. With because i just unfair boba but militiaman said do it do so. It's but he worked at a really cool way a net. I never met him until he was onset in the shot just like he saw something this little paramount movement He shot two angles up down kind of basically and then we'd go out to lunch or dinner after it was rapid every day was done by five or six and everybody that he worked with was his friends. So we'd go out to dinner anyway and we really had nights shoes but we had a night shoot one night and it was a big scene where clint wins a fight and they rang a tang goes scrambling to the top of this big pile of bricks and makes the victory sign so the barra seaney brothers who were training the royal What was what was the ratings name in the move. Our think clyde clyde clydes real name was manacles. They were czechoslovak czechoslovakia and so we come time for the big money shot. Remember clint's like set it up. Shoot it and let's go out to dinner so anyway three times this rang. Chang gets the q it goes up to the top and he just kind of stands there or kinda messes run. He won't get it right and tinus burning so the the trainer said just a minute. It takes them away and he's gone. It's like What's what's happening comes back twenty minutes later. Manas has like straw. And he's kinda going like that and it's like where did they go and it's time is the shot. He gives the winning punch. And then clyde scrambles up to the top of the. We're ready for that. Shot was going to scramble up but what he did was when he's given the q. Vai vai it goes like this and enough. You can see it covering his dude on the radio covering his crotch coach. Yes yeah because he basically taking impact somewhere and just kicked him right in the balls like forever to get him to do that stunt. That's a story. We can't use that. We've got thanksgiving but you asked me you. I i i do. I strike you as filthy minded person. I'm not. I'm really not wall roddick of but but here's the reno radical but that was just the one i have their fourteen to those then. There's others diary you don't want to forget that. I don't even know what i'm gonna. That'll probably end up in the podcast. I have all these things that i never do. Okay but anyway. I wish i could think of a sweet gentle story about the ranga channel if not we're going to ask me. I have a photograph of me in the iran. Jiangyin and clinton jeffrey. That's sweet. yeah but i don't. It's way downstairs way over there. I know richard kind of show. You the don't get the richard kind. All people can't see this unfortunately since it's not video and where it is. Our fans would love to hear a little richard. I'm sure everybody loves to hear that. Richard i you know who is a wonderful musician was richard and he was very upset because he was at the next table at letter. I'm ray when somebody said richard jewell. That'll be the richard. I try imitate myself. We got very upset too. That's horrible. I was stuck in horrible routine. I had known him for. I think i may have told you the story. But it's not like you can only tell a story once on this show. Certainly not but but i i had known him for about fifteen years and we were sitting. We used to go to lunch all the time and he said hey craig and i said wait a minute did you. Just call me craig. Yes but you're doing. It's greg no no and i ha. I said richard. You wanna see my driver's license. All my god my god. Could you imagine there was they. Were going to make a film about people with. Because everybody's gotta richard kind story to known for five minutes. richard story. Do you know about this was done in the works about. It was gonna be like it was going to be like a the aristocrats. It was that. Just i remember What's happened more than once. Like we're unknown for going into like voice silver sessions and throwing like all the candy bars and pegs of peanuts and soda cans in my bag and I someone saw me do that. And they said oh. Yeah i still stop from. And he goes no no. You're not the worst. And i said who's the worst. And he goes. Richard he goes. He says you're strictly in the amateur weeks. Tim richard in free last twitter. We love them. We love. I love richard ridge. He's a funny funny man. Oh my god gilbert since beverly Is interested in erotica and writes erotica and is is something of an expert on the subject of sex. I think we should run the cesar romero's story by her and get her impression kate. Okay you doing impression of see through our mayor. Yeah the orange. The oranges leaving. I'd like to know what she thinks. Cesar romero well like you know in his day he was like the lightning love her. Okay and della women were but he was gain real. He was yeah. Cesar romero was gay. Just was jim yonker. When he's like go. Okay mustache show. she's a row. What he was into was gathering up these young boy toys and he he take off his pants and underwear and ben dover and they would fling orange wages at his ass. No way that's has to. That's fantastic and then and then what was it that one and there are some people. There are some people who claim that he and this. I don't understand. It wasn't always oranges oranges. Orange wedges had to be with the skin on it. Some people argue that it was stained. Shoring sets the only argument. And somebody said. And i don't understand this at all that he would stand ankle deep and warm water. Hey one cent thing. That happened recently on now. Former podcast guest the coast. Rf one cheney junior and bela lugosi and ghost of frankenstein. The little girl. Janet dan gallo. Oh the y2k. Frankenstein the flower. That was boris karloff. On the original for this was in ghost of frankenstein where the little boys bullying car and they take a ball away from her. Throw it and it gets stuck to the roof and frankenstein scares the little boys off. And he climbs up with her in his arms and get yeah so jeep passed away research on the podcast and she passed. Oh i'm sorry to hear that. And she was just terrific you. It's very moving. How you have such regard for that that whole genre we do. I mean is it is it would cause i remember. I had many titles. I was trying to put it together because it was. I went to see it from my brother's birthday. Like way back. And i want to say it was like frankenstein versus the martians or something. But it was like it was it was asian and he was walking through the city and he was giant. It was crazy. I don't know that there was a movie franken. I think it was was it. Franken stein versus the martians. Yeah that that had our friend James karen you mean frankenstein. Frankenstein meets the space monster. Yes yes that's the one. He played some professor. It was of he turned into frankenstein. He was asian giant. Yeah that sounds right. I gotta find that. I've been looking on a buffer that for you. Frankel find it. I know. I know the play did very well and circle in the square. Beverly should we tell the story of of why you were up sending me a lovely plaque in the mail g. I see the bedroom. I'll gets in the hallway. I gave fank award after we did podcasts and Franklin you tell the story you were trying to remember. I heard you on with ileana douglas. Oh there was there. There was one of those genre movies where they have people from space and monsters. And everybody's getting chased. And i remembered. I was obsessed with this used to watch. Djilas llosa's szeswith this movie. When i was a kid. I even made posters for it and it was all i could remember is that there was this guy work colander on his head with vegetables hanging all off of him and he was chasing an astronaut and he kept going into the same cape. But you're to believe it's not really the same anyway frank. Said he'd seen it any started sending me the info so thank take it from here. Well you had said you spent your whole life. I did i did. Yeah it's called they k. Gilbert knows it it's called. They came from beyond space. Yeah gilbert nineteen sixty seven and there was so low budget that they put comanders on their heads of laar low-budget than in the big chase scene. You'd see the characters go this way across the open cave and then it would cut to like a tree and then you'd see them go down so he's thought that they were running through something that instead of going back and forth following me. Yeah but we finally solved it and so and so. I went to the mail one day and there was a plaque from beverly. Which is an award was an award is one of my prized possessions. And what what what. What did you win the award for. I i remember you were. It was a designation snake. Read a incredible movie knowledge or outstanding movie knives of best movie knowledge in the pulled off the wall. I i i'm going to ask you about it afterwards because i have so little information that it's no interest whatsoever but i've been looking for years for this seriously. I'll never find it. I remember going perfect movie. I remember where i saw movies. And with whom fault. That's my gift. That's impressed so rich cinema with my brother to see a movie about. It was two kids. Who could time travel. But it was kind of remember. One of the kids was blonde. If this would have been like nineteen seventy. And that's all i remember. They went back in time. I don't remember what happened. And i i look and i've tried. Every variation of our listeners will come up with it. 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Yeah because as of everything because of everything yen you are a and tour. Who is i'm not at all. That's all you're up with. Come up with more than just because of everything. Oh that same more than just terribly guest. Today i'm sorry just giving you okay. Because i'd come to new york from canada with a a ill-fated musical version of hamlet played a failure. I closed right. Away is on the bomb wall. Crag and joe allen's or anyway all-singing all-dancing gower champion flop so I'm broke i'm in. I'm in new york. And the word out for all the little broadway. Babies was that militia foreman that was going to make a film of hair and they were looking for people who were too young to have been in it the first time around and preferably. Who'd never seen it. So i went down to a cattle call. I sang desperado written by john. Hanley which really stood out. Because it was broadway and everybody who auditioned for you know on broadway broadway babies god a chance so anyway i got called back to meet with twyla tharp and twice said walk across the room and then walked back so i walked across the room. She goes hold on. Hold on when you walk back walk. Walk exactly the same way that you did when you walked across her in the first place so i did and i remember. I'd read my hand to my hair and i said. Is that my dance audition. And she said. I believe the dances. Any thing that can be treated any movement. That can be repeated stance. Then i went in and i sang for me. Loesch and I finish my song. It was the big song from rocco by hamlet. 'cause that's affiliates strangled myself with a microphone. Gordon died on stage. It's very dramatic. I sang the song. And he took his glasses off. And he said you know camille her and it went to the little deaths and he says that you and i said no and we went out for dinner. And i fell in love that night. I really did. And which was very problematic because instead of just being able to audition for the film. I had to fourteen times because everybody knew that he just loved me bet and it was so bad that i went out to dinner with friend one night and he said i'm going to france tomorrow and i went to france because the thing that he had said to me was is that i can't keep i've everybody i've ever met and he said no. You have to prove you have to prove it. I said i. Who am i proving myself to and he said you have to decide if you want to be a good girlfriend or good actress and so i just took off instead. That's a whole other story. There drug deals involved. It'll a week. i'm in london. Seven seven seventy seven and We were celebrating. And i called him up and said at seven. Seven seventy seven. You know. just say he goes jewish. Where are you that. I'm in london and he said what are you doing. I've arranged for a screen test. Now you know you're gonna get screened as a prophet. So i go okay because you've got to come back and i said for what why as what as a girlfriend or an actress and he said just come back with decide later so i i came back act. I did the screen test. And i got the role and very quickly. This kind love affair that we had just kind of decimated. You know what i mean. It was like the now. We've got to make this movie. But i had. I was in love with him. And i and i thought you know. This man is so possessed with this film. That the only way that i can even be with him or even show. My love is to give him what he needs. He needs is an actress. Needs an actress to star in that movie and we remained friends to the very very end and I really loved him. But he took my hand and walked me into filmmaking identity couple. I've done one movie before. Then i'd done the sentinel and then a little movie called. I love but i thought i wanted to be a singer. I didn't. i didn't get the movie thing. I didn't lift on communism i didn't even watch. Television is so you'll feel you feel your acting career to him hundred percent well and therefore and therefore i wouldn't burden him with like a kind of not such a hotshot career but i also met my first husband zoo him the italian and he He gave me a life before i met ronnie. I was singing a bar with run before i met miller. Show seen bar with ronnie arkan's than i was in a bomb on broadway. I could have gone way way down another road but he brought me into this world of imagination and a life. Because it's my. It's not like i had i've had a i've had a life and the movies have come in and out for all kinds of different reasons. I've never gone. I've got to do this film. So that therefore i can win an oscar. Never even thought like that the Just two is the first director he was a you know in in that way. Art art art art are good. Answer are cherry. Busted the art jerry. You're thankful for me. loesch craig. Same question see that you did see. I talked too much great filmmaker by the way. I'm glad a minute. I didn't know how funny he was. Two very funny guy with the guys on saturday night. Live with based on in his munich. Guys steiner trivia that. I'll do a fun. I'll do a funny one. And then i'll be back and then i'll do a series but the funny one is this was actually said my favorite person most grateful for his the audience. Because you know in the words of angle burnt complicate and this is true. A friend of mine went to see engelbert humperdinck and concert and he said you know. Applause is the food of the artisan and i wanna thank all of you for letting me starve. How weird way. The sun wind thanksgiving. That's my thanks. And it's important to remember. I've been told by a few people. England bird humperdinck. Is that you. Hey don't a yes. Oh my god you just made it even more of a and then the real the real one. The obvious ones i can say real one is hitler. Although kerry gave me a hitler. Hitler in gathering okay. She also used to hide. I'd come in her past house. She would know she'd hide pornography of big fat black women. She short sheet my bed and hide in the bank. That's hilarious terry. I was greg. Because she actually achieved was somebody who she wrote. She read something that i wrote. She said you're right wrong. Gave me that gift of beverly. I feel the same way about the three o'clock calls three. Am on town. And if i may gentleman. I had a really when you guys first started the show i happen to have had. I was coming out of a really bad year. Not even worth going into. But a bad year and i had to go It ended up. I put on a lot of weight. And i had to go down to florida to take some weight off because i was doing his show. I wanted to come back and look and while. I was down there and i was. I was truly miserable. You guys had done. i think like only three episodes. I think you tom leopold. And then maybe it was the first maybe fifteen. We both was more. But i listened. I was. I was like how like with your down. And there's like no pleasure in anything. It took me a couple of weeks. I had to eat well and lose a little weight and then it started slowly coming back but during that two week period i listened to the show constantly i had listened to music or sweet and it got me through hell and then to actually be a part of the family which is the way it feels. I love that. I really appreciate. Don't take for granted the fact that you would think to have me back horse. And i love the show. We're thanking gilbert. And frank for thanksgiving while i did mine has no no no no. That's not true. that's not true. I remember. I used to live closer than i do now to gilbert and i remember i would see him on the street and he was always great. I don't know if you remember. We took a couple of walks around the block and it was really nice memories because it was just two two guys two guys having a nice conversation and i cherish the memory. Appreciate it and. I love getting to know you guys. You have known a little bit longer. Okay i just want craig. To tell one that's please tell the story about the unreal when you were doing the real show or the unreal show or whatever it was. Would you watching the monitor. And you said you gotta listen and then and they lose more and you went to a place and it but the name of the place was chained shiri appleby known for sharia myself on the monitor and i thought put on a little weight. But you know it's it's more you can't really but it went the opposite way some sitting next to sheree appleby you. I've known a long time. She was the star of the show. Along with constance zimmer cheese. I love her and she's incredibly frank. Don't ever ask a question if you don't wanna know exactly which thanks so looking at the monitor and i went put on a little weight. I need to take a little weight off and she went. Yes i said what would you say like what would you say. She said lift fifteen pounds. She went fifty. I went down to a place. I found a place and it was called fitness ridge and i figured grade with the fatigues pushups. I'll send pictures to friends down there. Yeah i get down there. And they changed it. From fitness rigid have been bought and it was now owned by the biggest loser. And i got there and the people who were there i you know. I was fifty pounds heavier than i. I mean i needed to lose weight but you look great by the way thank you. There were people there who They there was no they balls. They were what they were just ball they were. They were completely falls. Little girls and and i watched a couple of them really really taking off. It was amazing and that was an amazing experience. But while i was there are happy times getting back to it. I don't know how i would have gotten through the first couple of weeks. I listened to the tom. Leopold one eleven six. it was like it became. You know like sony man. How many becomes like jazz. You know it already but it's like musical. It doesn't matter well here. We are three hundred and thirty episodes later. Craig is this three three hundred somewhere in there. Can we do over again. I feel terrible filthy. i have another. I have another question. And i want to enjoy. How fifthly she feels. Let's keep that suspended in the air for just a moment before we care. I wanna ask you over to question. Because i still can't believe i haven't seen you live. I asked is great. You've seen me i. i the Roast of chevy. Oh okay oh that's right. Well no but i mean live in an audience. Like a whole half. Oh which everybody said like no. That's what you've got to see. So i i was doing a play and the play closed two nights later the covert thing. Everything was all show business shutdown. And and so. The a that's upsetting. Because i wanna see it. I want i want to and an al all my activists to get back on stage myself included. But what is this like for you. Because you're you're a creature of the stage aren't you aren't you. It's it's weird well. It's weird for everybody but now it's it seems like it's been going gone so long i out have thought sell go how we are getting on planes so at time and and do i remember my act. I'm like thinking. I'll think of a line go. How how did i lean into that line. And and how did i you know go. All of it seems so crazy to the airport switching play. He is yeah. It doesn't seem weird. That like what you. Because i was watching the chapelle thing and i thought to look into an audience and not be able to see the via registers but would you do something like that but he did outdoor performance. Would you consider that. Yeah i don't know. But i just just recently i was gonna be working a theater and i think they said like the audience wouldn't be were didn't have to wear masks. Which is and so. I postponed that theater. one railway. How would they do now. I don't know soon plexiglas boxes. 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Taking good care of employees is smart business, says psychologist Laura Hamill

Jazzed About Work

36:05 min | 1 year ago

Taking good care of employees is smart business, says psychologist Laura Hamill

"This podcast is brought to you by the Voinovich School of Leadership and public affairs at Ohio. University Hi Everyone I'm Bev Joensuu and this is just about work where we talk about everything that might have an impact impact on your career in this episode. Our guest is psychologist Laura Hamill. She's the chief people officer and the Chief Science Officer at an intriguing software company located in Bellevue Washington. The company's Limi- and its mission is all about about creating a better employee. Experience lie made has built a software platform that helps its clients support. Their employees engagement inclusion and wellbeing. Laura is an expert in the science of care and today she'll tell us not only about linemates work but also about new research that shows that managing values like well being an inclusion is actually good for business the Laura. I'm so interested in hearing about lime made and the interesting things that the company's doing but before we get into that I would love to hear a little bit about your career and how we can. You became so passionate about taking good care of employees can you. Can you tell us a bit about how you found yourself on. This is path. Yeah absolutely thank you so much for having me Beverly I. I'm having an interesting childhood. I grew up in rural North Carolina and I grew up with parents who were hippies. They weren't went back to nature. They I grew up in a log cabin without electrcity and it was just kinda crazy upbringing but one of the key themes that happened a long way is that my a father really struggled to keep a job and with that. I just couldn't understand why that kept tap winning and the message I got from him all through my childhood was how awful work is He regularly talked about the You know the the supervisor the boss the manager and how miserably they that those people treated the employees and it really he got something going in my head it really got me thinking about is really. That's what I have to look forward to and I kept thinking to myself and it really evolved over time but I kept thinking to myself couldn't be better. I don't want to do that so I think really early. On in my childhood I started starting to feel like Gosh. I need to do something different on this topic. And I started to get interested in psychology first of all and then I found out about this field called organizational psychology so organizational psychology is the study of work. And those I think those kind of fundamental things that happened to me really set the stage for the work that I'm doing now that's a fascinating beginning when you Came out of school or did you work and then go back to school. Or what was your skin your pattern like so I went straight. I was an Undergrad and went straight from UNDERGRAD graduate school again. I guess growing up with humble up humble means I didn't have a lot of money and I was just determined end that I was going to go straight through and I'm just going to have an amazing career so I went straight. I went to. UNC Chapel Hill Undergrad. And then I went straight from there to graduate school into a PhD St Program and along the way I mean just had such amazing experiences but it took about seven years to get my PhD And you you know along pretty soon after after that I also started to understand another important influence on me which is the field of positive psychology so positive. Psychology is this idea that traditionally in psychology we tend to think about things that are are negative. Like kind of what's wrong with people So we tend to think when we think of psychology. We think of things like schizophrenia bipolar disorder. which are all of course really really important things to study but there was a lot of an emphasis on what is what does it take to have a great life or what does it take to have work be great? So the idea of positive psychology was a new field and so that's another important influence for me is really realizing gosh most Most ecologists focus on. What's wrong with things? I really was interested in studying and understanding. What's right with things? How could we study quality quality of life? How could we study having a great workplace? What are those things that have to be in place in order for that to happen? So positive psychology ecology has been another really important influence on me on really thinking about what could be that is fascinating we we do. Think about positive psychology. Sometimes on a podcast called jazzed about work. I it certainly the concepts of how much much choice we have and how we can we can change the very nature of not just our attitude but our brain that really. I think changes our relationship should ship to work is. Is that the kind of thing you look at exactly. I'm you can think about it at the individual level right like you were kind of inferring. Like how would our mindsets mindsets are and how we come when we interact with people at work. Do we assume positive intent. Are we open. Are we excited about seeing people right to be of energy about us. That's positive I'm but you could also think about it in terms of the creation of cultures right so thinking about it more in the aggregate. How could you create eight workplaces that fundamentally value people as mundane that creates work? That people want to work. That people WANNA do That really shows people that they're included that they belong and so the idea of positive psychology applied to workplace cultures is what I'm really interested in and I think there's so much potential right. Sadly there are a lot of people who work in organizations where they aren't aren't treated well and that's another thing. I really noticed in my early career on some different jobs that I had where people were pretty miserable Weren't treated well by their managers. Very stressed overwhelmed over. Worked a whole lot of you know self medicating with some wine every evening or overeating eating. Just kinda deal with the stress. And so that's what I think is so kind of fascinating is. I'm starting to see that organizations are rushing organizations are starting to realize gosh there is another way. We don't have to treat people in that command and control old old school traditional approach which doesn't kind of think about the employees in doesn't fundamentally value them as human beings. I I read somewhere recently. Recently I may be the New York Times. The Wall Street Journal that the Business Roundtable which of course is quite conservative organization representing large companies. The Business Roundtable has released a statement saying that companies don't exist Just to advance the interest of shareholders. Which of course is what I was taught in law school years ago but that they exist and have an obligation to think about all their stakeholders including employees the environment and beyond? Is that the change that that you see that the culture of Creating wellbeing is changing even the big companies. Now I think so. It's so exciting to see that. Change right I just really happy to see that. And it's one of those things better late than never but we're starting to see these ideas really catching on when we first started the company so I'm one of the CO founders of Li- made and when we first started the company fourteen years ago we would go and talk to people about this idea of caring thing about people and valuing people literally people would laugh at us and tell us this is never gonNA catch on. This is never gonNA work. It's about business right. This is just. This isn't about feelings. This isn't about you know treating people like humans this business and the way that the way that I'll show my employees that I care about them is by giving them a paycheck every two weeks right and so it's just it's really encouraging that organizations are starting to see this now of course it's not every organization but I'm seeing much more of an acceptance from leaders that maybe there's something here that how we treat our people. Aw could be really related to the business results we get and so it's really encouraging. Now there still are people who do do a little bit of maybe talking. The talk started talking about this and don't really walk the Walk Right. Like how is it that they actually make good intention. Come to life. And that's where I think. The hard work is they have to really actively show that they care. So what what it sounds like to be is that we've learned In coaching and in my field now that I'm no longer a lawyer that and we've learned from positive psychologist and all of their research that people who are happy and positive and upbeat and healthy. They are much more productive. They do better work there higher achievers. They're more innovative. They're better for the organization and it sounds like the next step that that may be the Business Roundtable group is is Taking is to acknowledge that taking care of people is good for the bottom line is good for business is so that sounds like it brings us to lie. Made in how. You're or ahead of the curve. I it sounds like you're working on tools for people who've made their leap the businesses that made the understanding. You've got tools to help them. Some actually do something about it. Is that correct. Yeah that's exactly it so not only. Do we know that at the individual level that those kinds of things that you just talked about around openness positively in resilience to those are those are good for human beings to have those they have. I'm to have better outcomes. We also know is that organizations that support people right that actively show through all of their people practices through all of the interactions that they have the employees and managers and leaders have with each other that if they feel supported they're going to get better better business results. That's research that one of my teams has found its research. That Gallup has found other great places to work. Organizations have found found that the more organizations can support their employees. The more likely you're going to get the results that you care about so through our product. That's what so you were bringing up. We really try to create a scalable way through technology for your in place to get that loud and clear message that we I care about you. We care about you and we want to support you. We want to help you have a great life overall. A big part of that is having a great eight life here at work so there's all kinds of examples of ways that we do that But it really is intended to be one place for employees to go where air for example they could take a wellbeing assessment and learn some areas that they might want to focus on and there are activities that help them do that or four. Maybe it's that they want to hear about what's the latest kind of update on the company strategy from the CEO and they watch a video from the CEO to learn about that or it's also also a great place to onboard new employees or learn at your manager learn how to be more inclusive with your team so the idea is is. How do we get people to take action on? How do we get the whole organization the managers and leaders to support that action to create a better airplane to work? So let me make sure I understand this. What you've created is basically software that can be used to to do a variety of sayings from promoting engagement and wellbeing to to creating greater transparency and and helping to break break down? The old hierarchy is. Is that right. That basically you're a software company. That's exactly right and everything. That's amnesty software. It is based on organizational psychology and positive psychology has a foundation in science. And that's one of my roles here at line made Is the chief science officer so we bring bring all of the science. There's a lot of existing amazing academic research But there's also research we're doing in research other organizations are doing bring that all together and we're trying to translate in that in that easy for us to put into software so it's a way for people from organizations to really think about scaling and reaching all of their employees through software and it's just really away for you to do that in systematically right for organizations to be able to point to something and say here's one example through this software platform. Here's one example that we show you that we well speaking of your research. I saw I guess it was an overview of a study on the science of care. It sounds like you were getting at What we're talking about before that the value of CARE is is measurable and it could be good for the company? If people are better cared for can you tell us about that study. Yeah for sure. Yeah this is a study. That Mcginn Line Meat Institute did one of the teams on one of the teams that I manage. And what are really interested in. Is this out this concept of worker and we don't tend to use. The word care are at work very much but really a lot of the things that are were acceptable employee. Engagement inclusion wellbeing being most contracts really are as that organization's earned so we wanted to really address. What we call Care Naysayers right now? The people who really just don't buy into this idea about caring about people the people who are in the ones who kinda think competitively about millennials or think that again that paycheck is the way. I'm going to show you that I care. So we wanted to address care naysayers through science science and say look you know this idea of care. There's something here and let's see what what we can learn about. How care is related to things you Mike Care about? So the first thing we've just looked at is how is the construct. What is this contract of care and there again? There's great academic research on this on this contract called organizational support theory organizational support. Theory is has been studied over and over and over again so we used that that construct is this come the foundation for our research and what we found is that care. The Con- The concept of CARE is strongly early correlated with wellbeing employee engagement and inclusion and that. That's probably not a surprise because again this those are probably ways that an organization can show they care but what we also found. I think it was a little bit more interesting. Is that the constructive care. The Concept of CARE is negatively related related with stress and negatively related to burn out. So the more you feel like your organization cares about you the less likely you are to feel feel stressed in the less likely you are to burn out and then finally the thing that I got really excited about was the concept of care was related related to employees intentions to stay in the organization and also related to their likelihood to recommend their company as a great place to work and just one little stat on that. What we found is that those employees in our in our study that said their organization does not care about them were nine nine percent favorable on recommending? Their company is a great place to work while those employees who felt like their organization did care about them were ninety one one percent favorable on recommending. Their company is a great place to work so a ten time difference ten times difference between those employees. It didn't feel cared for and those employees who did so really interesting kind of results that we found in this study. We'll be back with Bev after this brief message. The point of School of Leadership and Public Affairs at Ohio University is having having an impact today while providing innovative education for tomorrow's leaders the Masters Program in public administration. An and environmental studies lead students to greatness in nonprofit environmental public sector and government settings learn learn to lead at the Voinovich School. We're now accepting applications. Information is available at Ohio Dot. Edu backslash backslash school to change gears a little bit and ESCA a question that's been bothering me and maybe you have an answer for it. One thing we care about a lot on just about work and we've had some recent guess talking about. It is the concept of diversity and inclusion. It seems clear. Clear that when when people really are working together and you have a diversity of people you get better results but people who have been in the failed feeling discouraged it's It feels like we need some new ideas to promote diversity and inclusion do you. You have any research I that demonstrates that yes. My belief is correct and A diverse workforce inclusive workforce source is more likely to be innovative and productive. So do you have some research about that and then if you do how. How does the concept of diversity and inclusion relate to the workplace workplace culture overall. And how can you promote that. Yeah such good questions. I think what I find so fascinating about the topic of diversity and inclusion. Is this kind of underlying idea. And there's actually the theory for it called optimal distinctiveness theory which is kind of a big mouthful. But it's this idea that there's this tension within in each of us where we so desperately want to belong and be part of something bigger and have this connection but at the same time there's this tension action of we want to be ourselves right. We WanNa be valued for who we are individually. I call it like the we and me tension attention so that tension is always in place and so it's so hard. I think for organizations to walk that line because overdoing hanging either way right if we focus too much on kind of having everybody assimilate than we lose that individuality and then we've focused too much on the individuality. We have this cohesive feeling. We're all in this together and we're part of something bigger so it's such an important thing for organizations to understand so and what we find we found in some again. Some of our research in Miami Institute is that inclusion is very much related to the idea wing. It's also related to employee. Engagement and employee gates. Probably obvious right. How can you feel like you come to work every day that you can give your all? If for example your manager doesn't value your opinion. Or if you feel like you're really not can part of the organization so you don't matter so it's a porce. These these contracts conclusion wellbeing employee engagement are all all related to each other so your point about innovation I think is a fascinating one one of the things that we have kind of dug into his. Why is it that inclusion and innovation are are related to each other and just think about it from a real practical perspective that of course when you're at work when we're thinking about innovative innovating in an organization creativity right how? How did you create a place where people are coming up? Best idea and pushing on norms and creating new solutions. Well you have to have a variety of experiences and skills right and so that's probably pretty obvious from the diversity perspective. Is that so you want to have people who have all of those different backgrounds all of those different perspectives. Just to be able to think about things differently. So that's I think pretty obvious to many any but what's so tricky important. In addition to that is making sure that we have cultures that invite all those different perspectives and all those different voices that the teams that people are on that. There's there's a high level of trust and that it's non-threatening threatening not even more than non-threatening right. It's it's gotta be a place where people feel psychologically safe so if I screw up if I come up with an idea that's just right. That doesn't make any sense that that we decide not to do. I kind of feel like I can say that. And there's not going to be a negative consequence sequence right or some sort of repercussion for saying something that's kind of crazy because maybe the next time I bring up something that's kind of crazy that's so different than what anybody would expect. Maybe maybe that is an an an idea that would work so the voice that employees have psychological safety. That feeling that you know my voice matters you want to hear from me like my voice. I have confidence in being able to speak up That those are things that have to be in place and you know really how how not only within that team how that happens but how that happens across teams so there's so much hard work we have to do in organizations to create create those conditions where people feel like. They're diverse experiences that they bring can really come to life so so you're talking about concepts that are really exciting. And I know that the software that you provide your clients is supportive of these concepts. Epson you're working with them to change the culture at their organizations. But I'd like to hear a bit about. How are you doing at at lime made? How are you managing managing and changing and supporting your culture in your company? Yeah absolutely so. I didn't mention Shen that I have two roles here so I am that she signs officer. So that's the line made institute piece. I was talking about where the team that that does this research that I've been describing the second role I have is chief people officer so that means I'm in charge of our what we call our people team or the you can think of it as a human resources function and we feel so. Oh strongly that gossip we're doing all this research and we're kind of wagging our fingers and everybody else about on the things that they should be doing to create great places to work that man. We better be doing those same things so really having some integrity with you know what we're telling everybody else in what we're doing ourselves so we feel so strongly that here at meade we have to work on that and it's and it's our right we're growth company. We've grown grown. Really Fast added a lot of employees in a short period of times with it is not an easy thing but we absolutely focus on trying to make a great place to work in the way that we do that as I we use our own product reliving our a product we really have to have employees understand it and we learned from our own experiences in our product. Things that need to be improved things that need to change change in our product. So that's that's one way we do it I I'd say the second piece. The most one of the most important pieces is how our values became something that are very tangible for our employees. And it's not just a set of ideas on a website that you know everybody else. HAS WE WANNA make sure sure that our values are really the standards for how we treat each other and part of our everyday conversation and so we use our values news as the foundation for every part of our people practice. So it's how we think about hiring people. It's how we onboard people when we think about performance management half of an employee's performance management is around living the values when we think about promoting people. It's how do they live the value news. I'm so the values piece a really. That's just a huge for us and we also have this measure called the Great Company Index. We use we use measures of wellbeing engagement and our values to really measure our progress year-over-year so so we think the metrics are so important. And I guess I just finished this with. We feel strongly about our leaders and managers and how they're supporting our employees. We have the amazing managers who we just see again in the way we measure this over time that they are absolutely in the day to day. They're supporting wording employee's and really authentically carrying about them. We also are leaders. Were are so deeply committed to our people and we are continue. Continue to make sure that our leaders are encouraging employees. To speak up to have a voice to talk about things that that we need to talk about so that as we grow fast that we're really doing our best to to be a place where we care about our employees. Well I I have one final question that I've been thinking about as you've been talking about all the wonderful things you're doing and I think the word value may be part of the answer. What I've been thinking about is I've been Listening is I wow sounds like a great company to work but that reminded minded. May that many of our listeners are either Running small businesses with limited resources. Or maybe these are and managers in companies. That don't have the kind of culture you're talking about. And they don't have access to the tools or To the leadership principles that you've embedded into your culture so my question is for for leaders who don't have a lot of resources and maybe they're even part of organizations that aren't fully functional. What What can be done to create a more caring environment? How can these leaders better support their team members? Yeah this is so important beverly Beverley this is. It's so important for people for your listeners to understand that you actually can't buy this right you can't just even then we sell software right. You can't just buy software and turn it on and expect all of a sudden this is what's going to happen that your employees are GonNa feel cared for. It's hard you're work on. You have to get the company a line. You have to find ways to authentically demonstrate care on so there's a lot of hard work that I think leaders small companies absolutely can put into place. You'd think about big companies that we all know wealthy companies who have juice bars and shops new bat big parties and this is just surface level right. Its surface level perks. It doesn't work especially especially if those people are going back to their office and going back to their cube and feeling like nobody cares about them that they're not valued that they're not included booted. You can have all the parties in the world all the Margarita Fridays you want and it's not gonNa work so I would really encourage people who are managers in organization initiation small business owners you know. Do the hard work do the hard work in what happens behind closed doors. How people feel feel like you're treating them supporting them valuing them? That's you can do that. Anybody can do that. They can make a choice in their day to day. Work Mark how they're treating their peers their employees and other other people in the organization so I would really like some questions. I would pose if your manager manager or small business owner. How you know the first one is how are you personally demonstrating that you care about your employees? Think about that in in and the data day in our actions you have with everybody. Are you treating them whole people. Are you valuing down for other things that they're doing besides what they're doing for you you at work. How are you encouraging invaluable? Supporting them at work. A big part of this is do you listen to them. Do they have a voice. I still I mean really. Listen right everybody can tell when. Somebody's just kind of like. Oh yeah pretending to listen but is there active listening. Are you really hearing what people are saying. And do you prioritize your employees when you're making business decisions what role do you think. Employers is. Play when you're thinking about next year strategy when you're thinking about the resources you need are you thinking about work load timing their professional development elleman growth and for small businesses. If you're doing those things to what extent do you think your managers and your leaders are doing matt. What do you feel like? They're aligned. That they understand how much value people and then finally just think you know. What is that consistent? Authentic Santic message that you're sending your employees that their fundamental to your business success that it's only through people that you're going to be successful and and you care about them in need them to to to come to work and do their best work. So are you sending that consistent in authentic message so a simple starting point say somebody wants is inspired by Your wonderful comments and wants to start today and SAS to be that a good starting starting point might be to write down. What is a key values? You want the culture here to represent that you want you as a person listen to represent and and maybe the next step is you say okay. How do I want to be a leader? What does a leader who uses uses that value look like and then the third step might be okay? I want to be a leader. Who looks like this and acts like this this so the the next step is to find small ways that you can act like that you can start behaving adding more like the kind of caring leader? You'd like to have perhaps. Is that a simple way to begin such a good example. Such a simple way right and it's I think so many times. Many of us have seen leaders that we don't WanNa be like right and the people who do you know who aren't great examples. And so why don't you you have the courage to say I'm not going to be one of those. I want to be good. I'm going to be a role model about how to treat people at work so I love that beverly. It's a great a great idea. Great example one even if people people feel like. That's a lot or intimidated by that. A simple simple thing is just ask their employees. How are you right? How are you and listen to the response right? Help people understand that you care about them in a bigger way than just the status Datas of the latest project that you care about them as human beings and you don't have to be the leader to do that. You can start having an impact on the culture of wherever you are by having that. Be Your way of connecting with other people. This is such a wonderful conversation. Thank you so much Laura I just want to mention again that The name of that study that I found so interesting is the science of care and it is this on From the Lie Mate Institute in it's on your website Karagwe Limi- dot Com L. I. M. E. E. DOT COM okay. Well thanks again for joining me today and I'm GonNa continue to follow your good work. Awesome thank you so much beverly. I enjoyed it so much today. We've been talking with organizational psychologist. Laura Hamma chief people officer apply made about why a culture of CARE is actually good for business. This podcast is produced deuce by W. O.. Ub Public Media Adam. Riches are audio engineer. I'm your host Bev Jones. Also think like an entrepreneur act like a CEO Wpro. Today's career tip. Is that if you devote time to take care of yourself and you find time to exercise and be with your family and have fun on your actually accomplish more in your career

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"Home Game Saints One. Two plane remains the best kept secrecy. You went platinum game. I could easily say they like went. Done Whoops Cook for those listening. There's a lot what happens when you reopen year computer. What does it look like? What kind of mayhem does your computer like when you reopen even know? I always wondered if I when I close it. Out of the compensation wanted just close those dumbed down those guys we just carrying your laptop at the office and you believe how on those guys I'm talking about couple tyler. Coley Coley was the leaves his laptop. Open this all day because you could just give me and see if I was talking about him I would have long had to punch someone in the face of that were true. Yeah lots backwards again. Someone's getting clobbering. It's my favorite weekend to the air. Well used to be now not as much. But that's a Saturday conversation for not this show. Also weekend I still love it. I've always loved it. It's like Christmas to me. I take a very childlike approach. This weekend everyone else who likes to shit on this weekend while they watch reflecting second of it a heaven year. I fucking hate those bills. My least favorite while the entire Internet the NBA All star weekend bashers. Who sit there and watch every fucking second of it. You guys fucking stink. I hate you. You'll never be your friend. Imagine how bad is going to be like with all. How bad basketball media's Leading up to the All star break. I think it's going to be horrible much worse bad and it's going to be like negative three hundred degrees so people are going to be pissed too. I M people. Let's see. Where do we want to start the skills challenge as they start goes as far as I? The strangest event. I feel like it. Changes without anyone really telling you Every night knowing tells you it is passable legs of shift. Something not even tell the players I. You didn't do the behind the back three sixty. Nobody told me to do that. What do you mean it used to just be used to be on the core Solo and you had to go all the way around the court and then we're GonNa put you head to head but it's like if I can't remember if this is right but if you just missed the bounce pass through the tire three times you can just tell you to go. Actually you just throw to immediately to throw the other gives a fuck go. Do I bet you. Good job. Sealer fluctuates Jason Tatum. On it last year through like full court shot and At the BUZZER. I don't anticipate tatum. Winning again Hey don't think we've ever had a repeat winner in the Star Sean. Not that I can do at once. You're like I'm done. It usually don't go back. Any were Spencer Dinwiddie. Who Do you got a why you'd WANNA go back? That's what I'm saying once is more than enough. I'm going surprisingly with Shakeel. Alexander plus four fifty one. It's real. It's all matchup now. Because they do it head to head but they're going to match up like Bam and Sa- bonus are gonna go against each other so somebody kind of big is going to make it to the finals. Just because they're going to quit like guards against guards Batra was gonna go against like dinwiddie. I don't know where they're going to put against. But like he gets against Middleton take militants plus four fifty is we have probably Tatum could be Beverly Shea. Fine will take insurance is going to stink. He now on the wrong Chicago. That's the only thing is me some pause. If he wasn't it does not matter. If you're good to win this event it absolutely does not. It's always someone knows Jason Tatum. One Who it's never like. Oh yeah this guy will now now as never how this goes like I think could do it. I might take the bonus honestly It never actually since I'm on Alexander. Okay regress in no I like it. I like a lot actually replacing rose. He's replacing rows and rows was doing it for Kobe's shades donor for Kobe coat. We go is locked at four fifty one game here. We go Nominates beverly I think he's going to do exactly what I just said she? In just throw rebounds passes at once run back and then he just goes up to the podium anyway. I can't Jason Patrick Beverley a real Chicago Sal. He just steals it. This is the three point contest which they've changed for the first time since they added the three point contest. I can't imagine what other chains they would've made They now have to essentially four point shots wide idea that we're not moneyball there. These are they still have the regular moneyball but these were three points so the money balls what to my boss. Who so yet now. This was worth three. I think they added time not a lot but sometime. Because you have to take two more shots now It's still within like the five spots on the quarters. The four point shot like somewhere else. Big Three now. You know you exactly victory style. Oh I like it features. A new look additional two shots in the mountain dews zone two locations positioned equities in between even looking at what you're reading between the rats on top of three point any adjacent wing rack each two balls pedestals in the mountain dew zones locate six feet behind the three point line and holds one special green ball the three ball. Clever make some sense. I don't know I don't I don't like that. I don't hate hearing it. I'll have to see it in practice. It's still through like a threes of three stalling. It's not real. There's just nothing like those contests when someone they almost go into a trance and you can tell from Iraq Iraq just on a different planet. Now you have to make this completely different path out. I don't know if we're going to see someone go on like crazy hot streak unless you're taking these last two at the end. I don't know if you have to be like Corner Wing. Take the three top for the end makes sense but is it but like a balls on rappers. You get passed to you law. I think it's GonNa be like you know how they have the one people dunk with on. Its own fucking pedestal. Are they going to be like that? yeah. I think it's GonNa take because I don't think they are gonNA make you take it at the end unless you can take them whatever you want. Which can you start wherever you want? Now I don't think you know that wouldn't make any sense. I think shortly as long as you take all the shots who cares you want to get your hot spots at the way I if you WANNA get your cold by that other way I who cares. What are you guys got? I mean we're not. I'm not going to be there With Tyler to be able to give Joe Harris the proper pep talk. We gave them last year so I I can't in good faith pick him knowing he won't have the same routine as he had a year ago. An at Guy. Guede with this new fold like we would have advice to give him. He's going to go in there with no advice and I'd like I'm pulling for him still. Obviously I don't I don't sit. He just misses every shot. And he's like fucking Davis Burton's win when the ship myself bretons he probably will forefinger assassin. Listen that's long gone with plus five fifty going. I don't hate it won't trae young favourite all right. There's no reason pick anywhere else. He's going to win is he. The Hitler I Levine. Being in this criminal someone should be arrested. I I saw. I thought I was looking at the DUNK CONTEST. Enos opting out of the dunk contest to being the three point contest and he was definitely pressured to do something with it being in Chicago and he's just like not. Not Duncan Scott doesn't need to know that nobody likes to try hard. We know you're junker. We don't give a fuck. You can shoot threes. I don't want you. I mean I could get like he's got two of them but it is Chicago. Nobody's has anybody ever won. Both Don Point Guard bird who can forget his vicious rim rocking and when he dominic literally do the basket to win. The I like Lillard three someone else's then I'll agree. That's but I don't know if anybody's I'm looking at the three point contest when is now I don't think Marko? Bela Nellie won the dunk contest capone. I remember Caputo when he will the dot contests I was like. I'm looking heir. Gordon Devon Booker Joe Paul Pierce Daiquan. Cook Sean Leonard. So if he does get its history which I guess is cool but what else history. Three straight gut contents coup they. I can't good-faith pick him. I think he's GonNa mail it in. I think he will dunk. I wish I could bet on him dunking during the three point contest. I bet he does that. He scores like seven point. Two for the last one. He just like watch this now. I think he's GonNa Stink. So bad is going to be out of it and as times expires. GonNa Dunk One. Like that's what I'm saying. Like seventy s Rach. Fuck this. I'm GonNa take my legs twice. Hey Buddy healed here. But he's either going to be a limit he's GonNa be the first one eliminated or is going to win out those going to be anything in between Devante Graham thanks great art. That's going to be my second. I always take two so I'll I'll share. Take I get now trae. They feel like they've added this new shots separately for Trade Dame and staff but steps. Not here so you got trained. Damn I think that's what they'd like to see. They want grams GonNa win. I think my second. Probably Duncan Robinson. Could he's like like Trey and Dan? I gotTa do this and will interviews and still play the game. Karam's light. This is great. I'm just a guy you gotta take one of the whites. You just all whites to Brittan to Robinson lock it. Yeah absolutely like Joe on it like you just can't if we're GONNA BET to. You gotta take one of those three of them this year. Levine's mix them. I don't know if that helps them or hurts them. If you took like a tray an Levin and you put them in a beaker of sorts and you like separated their their colors and so started experiment the two of them combined would give you like forty five percent white good math. Good Ole eugenics and that's what we do here eugenics and global warming and next phonology talk fast honest phonology when for analogies when they used to take like a big like hook type deal to measure. How big your skull was. And that's how they tried to tie Wiley rises. That's how they tried to determine your intelligence dumb in the day I would've fucking thrive back. Then ask all metal live. You look like an egg genius dunk contests the most hated competition on the planet. I don't even know. What else will be close? All-star STAR game itself. Yeah but I was thinking like Homerun Derby. No-one hates the home. Run Derby Derby nobody cares about the pro bowl was aided right but everyone even like outside the pro bowl like the events that they don't advertise with all but you catch randomly on. Espn at like three. In the morning. Those are sick like those should be made a big deal of knows at Roger Goodell. No they refuse and the hockey skills contest. I feel like it's people buzzing so it really is just. The Duncan does. Let's eight it and it's only hated at the NBA level. People like high school one people like the random ones that pop up on instagram over the year the NBA among the Basler asked Boo Boo Yucky. And to those people's Credit Dwight Howard's in this one hammer Now you're going to white much. Yeah you have to do what he was going to do that like the Kobe. Who's GonNa help them out things now wonder? I think he's got one like insane duck plan but I don't know if he's got like four like enough to get to round two and three. I'm not taking anyone but him as the best odds for sure. I loved him in this now. Kate people who didn't people didn't like that dunk when it happened if they if they like it novelty furious. There's one fundamental rule about the NBA. Contest on the James White so the world on the Shannon Browns of the world on the Derek Jones Juniors of the world. Enter the competition. They just don't win. They never win the clearly the best athlete bear in game. They throw out insane dunks when it gets the contest either all of them historically have kept their best dogs for the next round or they never make it to make it to it or they're not that fucking creative. They never ever win here. So I'll go with Aaron Gordon surprising. Listen you pick. The guy is what it before. I'M GONNA whiteboard. Feels like the perfect topper to black history month. I could just I could just smell it. Pays like the third odds again. I think Aaron Gordon. He's GonNa I think he's the only one here taking this seriously areas originally needs. He won't retire. 'til the as slam dunk title. It's true impact. Content just keeps out of nowhere just flying like Chin at the rim ducks. I think he'll do like the. He'll put like the warm up online rent. Barry Michael do something another white dunker dope went on for how Hitler wasn't He's a Massachusetts boy. Never engage whenever Walberg is going crazy donaldson and he did. I think in the highest combine pies averted has gone by a crazy athlete. So lately is a forty four inch Max vertical which is half a lint half an inch less than Hamadou and it was the second high as ever recorded some comedy gets up so yeah I don't WanNa do not that tall which will help them to so that always eight six nine six four six five. They'll get that been for the Dow to get these white so people but Anna's for what he's doing out there. Oh my God. He did a two handed slam two feet ten ten ten ten. If you're short or white you got that going for you in the dot contests stats over two bit. Do I look terrible pick mush I is winning not a chance chance? You said that Gordon's got nothing like that's all he didn't do. What do you think do I play basketball? He has to adjust this a la even if he wins. This people like people. I can meet one way or the other they are they are. Yeah I was whatever tribute donkeys gonNA. That's GonNa give them a fifty. Yes march tool like when Dave goes on man on the street. Everyone's gone old boss still great fucking old. Dwight Howard jumping over shit. It's GONNA be Great. Is the only person excited for? I wish I really. I can't wait to see Jesus. Christ I can't wait till Iron Gordon like jumps over the Jumbotron dunks negative a forty two like gourds been the best for like three years ahead and one. He's the only reason I kick. You probably have the best dunks again. And that's why you have to pick them. There's no as losing again. There is no in game losing streak there. The twenty editors in St. There's just no way he can go in there and lose again. Not It'll be a great story. He's like he just plays told Vince. Carter's aid because he's still going at. He never gave it up the All Star game itself. Mvp I WANNA talk. When are because I don't think anyone knows how it can be one definitely Lebron's the browns winning pay no team out. GotTa stinks at drafting horrible. But it was funny. Like he's like I want. I want the ball so I'm not taking James Harden that was funny bathe him into he walked right in. I love everybody's just like Fuck James Hard even bother. It's so funny. Who Get Tyler for. Mvp I really WanNa go jaanus just because I kind of think this is. I think it's the third straight year he's been the. Mvp had a team in loss to Lebron seen. I think they win this year. But he's plus five hundred for odds odds Russell Westbrook is plus four thousand four th that when he's playing like a madman he's got like what twice. He's got two of these already and you talk about Kobe. Guy Wanting to go out in the All Star game and show out Russell Westbrook plus four thousand. I mean you can't argue with those shots now. It was what I was thinking as. Well 'cause I a honest teams not winning be. Yeah we're westward. Is the Kobe guy here? The biggest like maybe Lebron aside. But they're on the same team and Russia's the one guy like I don't care what you're doing James I'm going to the basket like everybody else had deferred Lebron. See how he plays out. Russia's light give me the rock now right and Westbrook he can padded stats in the middle of the game with just wide open fastbreak dunks and it's like how does Westbrook APP twenty four twelve dogs and the fourth all you do is get past thirty at all. I don't think that's crazy. Chris Middleton is plus twenty two hundred Russell. Westbrook is word thousand. You've been shitting on close personal friend. Chris Middleton a lot today. He's plus twenty thousand two hundred. He doesn't have to all-star MVP now not a knock will who has who has three Let's see now me involved at four. Would you say much? I'm going to? I want him to have an unbelievable season. Really still care about them every. Oh okay three. Oscar Robertson has three. Michael Jordan has three shack and Lebron the browns interesting because if he goes Kobe guy gets four to tie Kogi. But I don't think we're Russell Westbrook no no. I don't remember durant winning last year. At all in fact can't remember. He played last year. Neither he's got to he's got a Westbrook Break Tie with Durant which would be very koby breaking shacks Yeah Iverson's good to Malone's to ads as good to a lot of twos. The westbrook getting into this will abroad. Stratosphere would be pretty good prayed. Purdue you're only going Lillard Yeah. I'm only going him co I feel like what's number Plus twelve hundred. Now they'll probably arrest cares enough. You have to care to get this. No for sure. That's what he should be lowered. The Middleton I'd argue. I'm trying I was looking at it. Just didn't expect to see what's his name in the like. Sembene was four thousand. Hate that either but not the same as Russ. Third just goes crazy. She makes a three three seven hits a three. I think he'll win it. Let's play it like if he just goes curtain at the very end to ice the game. It's a corner three. They'll go wild he should do nothing but shoot threes that incredible Just it's crazy. It's so easy to be likable as an athlete. I don't understand how no one's really figured it out. Some people have not enough not not many one drink chug a beer once to throw a little shot at the at somebody now. Listen I've seen Tom Brady? Chugged Beers people. Hate that fucking guy. We hated him. Before we check the beer's he doesn't have to be like Lindsey so good like people love them. Luckily so good and obviously Hannity sucks like I don't give a fucking two way phone. He don't eat breakfast so anywhere there. Who's a Susa Mound? Give a fuck about if they're good bad or the personality but they chug the beard like took shots on twitter. I would like looking at these names. Luca Danni If Luca Hits a three turn around and shelves of Beer in the crowd Look Best Best Selves Best Jersey sales in the world like I'm hardens plus sixteen hundred. I don't think there's a single thing James Harden could do to an MVP eagles court sixty points in this game. And they'll be like I mean at Aachen was on it or I mean he wasn't one of the ball West. Everybody going team. Lebron Westbrook Gone West Berkman. Longshot would be westbrook no but like a long shot would have to come from. Tim Janas because they're not GONNA win Donovan Mitchell will be my longshot. Yuck right that's why it's a longshot. Have another single to trae young scoring under fourteen or fifteen points US. Me Is plus one hundred just like it's his first time even if he starts he's not playing crunch time. I think it'll just be one of those. You'll get a couple of shots. You're not starring here buddy boy. What a win. He'd better play a lot. Who is he on the team or Lebron on US So yeah I don't know took Middleton first overall it was I love the loyalty by veggie great horrible. Gm absolutely horrible. Arctic up got now I saw the raw so I thought I was reading them. Raw Lebron I have like the first ten ticks dude. That's what I thought to John's had like eat. He auto drafted by an accident. Something showed up late he just. He kept Minnesota Vikings. He just the clock expire in bronze. Like all right. Anthony Davis But yeah we'll be back out on like a fucking week. 'cause there's no games yeah true so congrats. Most you have thirty minutes back day. The out that's nice for precisely four days enjoy. My friend. Remind me when they come back. No Shit you dear God love you palace.

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Bob Lonsberry Show Hr 2 Wednesday 7-22-20

Bob Lonsberry

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Bob Lonsberry Show Hr 2 Wednesday 7-22-20

"Downtown. We have cloudy skies seventy one degrees. I'm Alexa. Olson Newsradio wham eleven eighty next news at nine thirty breaking news when it happens anytime another hour of the Bob Lines, very show starting right now on Newsradio am. Thanks so much ma'am. I appreciate that Good Morning Americans and hello. My friend It has been a challenging time. For All of us which can make sometimes forget about the fact that there are people who are facing real challenges, and having real victories like talk to a couple who know per channel, but more about that than you and I from shoes me Rhonda quake. aren't to be joined by Tracy and Dwayne. read good morning. Folks welcome to the broadcast. Hi Bob. Good morning now, Mrs read is in Toronto quite. mister read. Where are you, please? Cosa Springs, What are you doing there? Here for a rea-. been wonderful staff here now. Get my body stronger her. Back backed up by four. Sushi's at home and he's a rehab. In Clifton Springs a Mrs read how how long since this man has been there with you at the house? since he's been here with me. We. How long have you been apart Alex? He been away. We have part since Hasn't been home since December thirtieth, but I did get to see him in RJ. When he was there, he moved over to the Rehab mid March just right when they started with the restrictions with the Kobe did. So I have not seen him other than twice. I have not seen him since March Gracious. please. Tell us the story. What happened how you going to be in the hospital back in December? He well, we're I to tell you that Dwayne what state of of himself, but he is an enduring husband, a father of three girls and Papa to six grandkids. With the technical technical director at Roberts Wesleyan College. We were on break between Christmas new years. Around the twenty seventh of December he starts out. On the twenty eighth, which was better day he went to our daughter worked urgent care now. He went there to to watch. The had the flu. He was diagnosed for flu he did have the flu strep. Be I'm sorry. Be Listening of the diagnosis. Home Tamiflu so that was the twentieth. The, twentieth and twenty nineteen, just like the clue, he acted like he had the flu different than just body aches and. Different things like that, but it just very cool by Monday the thirtieth. I was over watching my grandkids and I call the checkout him and he goes. I can't agree. And I'm like what you can't read. And he said I can't break so he was sent rj by ambulance, his oxygen level of the seventy nine. That was two days after he got diagnosed with the flu. By that day that evening he was intimidated and on a ventilator. Insensitive medical you. Also during that time was also diagnosed within that. With strep, a as well. viral and bacteria and ammonia is what they call it. at that point on the thirty first he found septic shock was in a drug induced coma. Paralysed in constant office. Day! He had very little chance of survival. He no organs were working. He was on full Mac like poor in on the act machine The fatality rate at that point was very high and they were telling us to amputations were likely at this point for his feet and fingers. And that was from the bathroom, Presser. That need to keep him alive. Keep. Is Organs working so? That's that's how fast that happen. My my gracious. BEBE! That's his condition at that stage. What? What's your condition like? At that stage? We're speaking with Tracy and dwayne Reed from Ron Quake, I. Mean you've had this he. He's become so dramatically ill so quickly. Your life has exploded in your face ma'am. What was that like? Well I went home to, and it took me forty five minutes to park my car in my driveway. That's how much of a man I. I couldn't figure out how to park my car in the driveway to come home to shower real quick to go back, but that then New Year's Day I came home, and you know we are a couple of faith. We have you know we're Christians And I remember walking in the House and saying I'm mad. Asthmatic God I'm walking out saying this. You're going to take him out with the flu. Really just amazing man it's. GotTa Kated Servant of the Lord you're GonNa. Take him out with the flu. This is silly. This is not a way to go, and and you know I. Angry. I was angry and I. I I had faith up until I had to use it, and then I didn't have it. So I felt guilty, and I was mad. So I had a conversation with that guy would slowly in this was all within the matter of a couple of hours when I was home. I was just pacing. I felt my knees. If he times, it was a math. And he was. It came over me that no I started thinking about the thirty years. I've had with Lane and how grateful! It was to have a cry. Have the gift of him. And how can I get Matt at Kahad when he visits gift for thirty years. You know and I so I turned my anger into gratitude pretty quickly and I. ACT ON. If he could please keep them alive. He got it over me for thirty years I. IT would be my question. To Take care of him for the rest of our lives to keep them here. And I begged him begged him. But that was my anger team and last back quickly. And just by the time you cook shower with back, you know the ICU we we camped out there. He and his three girls You know I was just I was just now just trying to live it moment by moment at that point, and that's exactly what it was like. Because things change minute by minute with his with bad. It's true true. Tracy Reid is being about her husband. A DWAYNE who worked out at Roberts Wesleyan. College struck with a whole bunch of bad stuff. Real quick. If I put you on, hold just for a moment will be back in the rest of their story in a moment on Newsradio lamb eleven eighty. Looking back friends welcome back wearing to speak with Tracy and Dwayne Reed. They're out of Rhonda quite. struck with the flu in the Monja at a horrible viral infection, he ended up the New Year's Day of this year at Rochester General to be honest with you on the verge of death well. When you have a loved one who's in the hospital? Your life style now rotates around that hospital in caring for them. Whatever that like? How did his illness progress ma'am? we stayed there as long as we could in this little room off of On the floor of Medical Icu, we live pretty close by I, live you know within five minutes of Archie H so We got to know the staff I fell in love with everybody there they were so. Inspired by dwayne sisters. -sition at. He woke up from from. All. The medical school. That's correct. Yes, uh-huh, so he as he was waking up. You know we were able to. see that he was having slow progression. However, every time there was something good that happened. There was something that was a little bump in the road. And that's what we would call it and he ended up getting toxic shock as well and toxic shock. Syndrome and that has attacked skin Kenya. Still shut down. He was on constant dialysis. I was at the hospital every day every morning and every night. Because I have I watch my grandkids as well so I would totally work around that, and it became my new normal and pay with that I got to see him every morning I get to see him every night and we quitting music for him ways working with still kind of in a comatose state. I played our wedding. And we had our date nights. I would call our night. so that was like yeah. That was my Armel and. This is the new normal. came. Things changed and we had to adjust to another new like when he got moved over to Rehab, and I couldn't see him. That was exactly the time that the restrictions were in place where. I he moved over without me. So he moved from Archie over to put some springs on his own, and that was heart that record breaking INCLUDE, thanks! Clifton Springs it and and they they have since done job, but Clifton Springs was one of the first places to to have covert in an institutional setting in our region. Complete meaningless tangent. What? What is your wedding song? Our wedding, fungus, everything I do I do for you by Bryan Adams sure, would it be? Would have been. Perfect for this time to just. you know I do want to say something about the kroner virus involvement in in Dwayne diagnosis. I did at the hospital before he was moved over to Rehab. I, said you know. Now that we this is linked. Kobe was introduced here in the US at this point, and it was. You know kind of a bill. In March, so I said you know. Once the copen play a role and what happened with? And he's like well. He's like I. Don't believe so because he was tested positive for be, and he was tested positive for strategies of both too, we know. But I said. What is it possible he could have you know you know? Contracting Kobe's like during the day or Maybe a little bit after. And he's like well. No 'cause they weren't doing the testing, then for the antibodies. So I asked three have we could? Get hit antibody testing done, so we could just see, but they don't have that they're so. That's one of the things that we. We don't have a real answer for. Barton should of course they should, of course get that done. You know AH, for for peace of your mind, also for an understanding of this disease in our community. You know if if he did have it earlier, that would improve our understanding. What Mr Reed? dwayne Reed we've been speaking with his wife. tracy. How did this all play out on your end? The the returned to consciousness and such and the discovery of the extent of your illness. What was that like from your perspective pleaser? Well. Much beverly. I. Because I would. But some of the I remember as I have. Was when my wife would come in the boarding so. Her hand, we're still call. For being outside, and she was groped by four hats and I got. Was, the most wonderful billy. You don't first thing in the morning I. Always feel when she was there. You know 'cause. I feel that cold and across my floor. And I just loved it. That I can't I. CAN'T BE KYLIE and I'll say out. And other thing that they also knew because. The reality is that that. Will matter walk my disposition was. If I hadn't had good care would've taken out much longer to recover. Because I just. The Naples cover a lot faster. The many people thought it was. You know some of the things that I experienced art. especially. Those. Bobbing. What are you? GonNa. Do what you gotTa, do they? Have to come off and off I don't have the choice in about it. I'm. Not GonNa sit here? Twice here we gotta do. I'm, still. I still put up. She'll go up every. Chance at all I mean I'm still here off. Seven interesting else for sure I mean. ups and downs. Depression and Wash five when I would just my. Lakes and I believe I got to the point where. I'm looking for. That and what's coming I enjoy doing puzzles Savi. For! I'm definitely not the best data. Georgia. Something about it, they. Let me stop for the news if I could, if you folks could hold on, we speak with Tracy and Dwayne Reed and again from arrondissements. He is struck with a series of of a very difficult illnesses about the time of the holidays. He's lost his legs and his hands. has not been home To New Year's Eve or whatever but tomorrow is GONNA. Be a big day for the region. We'll find out about that right after the newscast, which is next on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Back friends welcome back I hope you been able to follow this conversation. If you missed. The first parts later on Sam Schreier will podcast this of course wham eleven, eighty dot, com and on your iheartradio. APP and you can listen to the whole thing there we're speaking with a tracy. dwayne reed wonderful couple out of a Rhonda Kway he worked over Roberts Wesleyan time. Just after Christmas struck with look like the flu, but quickly cascaded into a series of of decidedly life, threatening maladies. He was at RJ. H until March has been over at Clifton Springs at the Rehab since then. Again it was a fight for his life, and through the course of it He lost his legs, and he lost his his hands. is so you you mentioned. Just before we stopped for news. The, you wrestled a little bit with depression. Your ear bride, she mentioned the you. Guys are a family of faith, and that she had a moment there where she needed to talk to the Lord about this it. What role has your faith? A played as you have responded to this, and and we have your feelings and emotions Ben Please sir. Depression was short lived. It was very short list because. You know I I serve I serve doubt that. Doesn't do things by accident. And the fact that. I'm still here. I, know my pastor mile. Trade Different Times. Yeah, I'm still your, you know God. Can Change and I try to I. Don't know where I I. But I try to buy the mantra that as long as could come on. What are you going to do with it? And I want to the Lord. Joaquin. And even though I lost my leg I lost my hands. I I'm still here. And I still have a purpose and I still have a raise. Your. Passions and I still have desires. And Although I I. Would miss my arms and my legs. I know that I have a new future. I don't know how this on old. because. Every day be attaching author day. Stuff is GONNA be. Just quickly. Things in life. Which I took for granted. Trying to put on T. shirt. Everybody everybody every day people put on their shirts and their clothes. For get struggle now. just putting on a T. shirt I was exhausted. Head to that call everything else. And it just. I slept with no problem. So, these are just SPA accomplishments. That every day. And Not always stumbling coming home tomorrow. Now. TV. Does come home tomorrow. The tell us. Yes! He's coming home tomorrow I ask. Free. been so blood. Can't even? The most important. Had so much love, support and prayers from everyone you know we can't keep our heads down when they're holding stuff all the time, and that's been amazing. And I did tell Dwayne because he was saying he's very handy around the house. It's like why can six success, but I can't anymore, and if you don't have to struggle a little bit and I said well, you know what you know what it could our hands. We don't know how to use them. You, have the knowledge. I have the hands. Let's do this together. We'll things you'll. Yeah. You'll teach me the eighteen. Necessarily call ourselves. So eighteen going to be back in strong starting tomorrow. We're GONNA have good days and bad days. we do have An awesome sense of humor, you know we. Huge, that is huge. You know trying you know. Without, training on how to care for dwayne because of the restrictions. It's going to be eating. We're back. But Bob I do WanNa I. WanNa tell to share this, too? And I WANNA thank you for the opportunity to share our story, but I think when I took away from this is something. Everyone could really take part in and probably this would help in these times that we're living right now. It's just amazing how this kind of coincides and people can actually walk away with this you know. God taught me obviously patients, but also to just take the next breath. Take the next up. Don't don't focus on too hard on the future and what's going to happen in the future? Just take the next. Take the next step finding even the smallest amount of joy while living in the unknown. which is what I did a whole month. You just never know what's. was going to bring, but finance that small amount of joint every moment If we're grateful for this moment and we aren't thinking about the next. Keeping and continuing to give his job that I kept trying to take control of something, I had no control over. He knows what he's doing. and then just peace in knowing that God is in control. And I think those things are important right now for. Abby wants to kind of walk away with. Tracy read her husband Duane after being in hospital rehab for more than six months. He's coming home tomorrow. It tell me about the the homecoming there. Lot of people in the community a lot of people. You know in love you. are pretty focused on this. What what will tomorrow be? What will happen and what will it mean, please? Yes, we are well. This is a big deal. You know it's just. It's a huge deal. and it's perfect timing because people need a a good story. People need a homecoming. Right about now. so tomorrow I'm thinking at three have We should be a forty five minutes away, so we should be arriving around quake between eleven forty seven fifty something like that so before you five, we'll be going through. We asked people if they would like to participate. They could lined the streets of our neighborhood And they could just kind of come out of their vehicles. And you know we have reached shirt. We have the cultured. If you have those, you can wear those and disappoint him, and we're going to pull in the driveway. I'm GONNA pull them out into the one of our house and Ben. At that point they could dry and say hi and greet y'All clause obviously practicing, you know safeness, this is nothing saying your vehicle driving. We have a call back at the end of our road, so it's perfect, so turn around. and. Waving and show your support and We're just really excited. We're excited. This is a day of celebration. It's a day of celebration. Zor a facebook page or anything where people can get. There's a facebook event called Blaine coming. And you know it has the address on their We'll becoming an dark, dark bluish. Yes, it's under my facebook page, but I think it's public so I. Think anybody who takes doing homecoming. Still. Let me, put you on hold one more time. I apologize for that rudeness. I appreciate your patience journalists ner back with you and just a moment on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Back or speaking to a wonderful couple, moronic kwait, Tracy, and Dwayne, reed he was struck by a whole slew of pretty serious illnesses right after Christmas. He has been in the hospital well till March and since March, he's been a rehab, and of course, the COVID there's not been contact between these folks of any significance tomorrow. dwayne comes home, but he comes home. Home a different man in his heart in his body, he is know had to both of them. Come to grips with their faith, a apply in a new away be strengthened by in a new way, also Mr. Reed has a consequence of his illness lingering physical impact. He's locked his hands. He's lost his legs. a big a welcome home celebration for them tomorrow. Dwayne it. The look for dwayne homecoming is always say Ma'am to get the details. Yes swings homecoming. Well, here's the deal tomorrow. We'll be the big thing you'll be happy. Ob Joyous, there will be tears, and then it's going to be Friday and you're going to have to start a new life a new way in your old home. What what what do we think about all that? We have to do. Or not accessible to accommodate me when I came home because of my new needs. And we've actually think plush for the new home. So that all of Mine My. Not only am I. Probably Hope. I guess is the only word I could describe it. Also. Your House so everything's new. To me, it's going to be excited Trepidation because it's going to be something new for us. I fear. Nothing. We've mind. Really find. Exciting. Too Long. To. Disappear. No you must be go skydiving already. I'M LAKE Let me know it can happen. WHAT THE HECK! They're worse ways to go okay. Let me, ask you this Ma'am the you made a promise. It will deal with the Lord there that during that hour of doubt and The Lord has paid. His part looks like and now it's your turn to pay yours you. You're ready for it. I am I am and we. I talked to the lawyer about that and She knows he knows that I'm going to need his help. You know I have Dwayne. Who has the knowledge of how to CARE FOR HIMSELF? He is just so smart, and you know I used to him showing me teaching me I. Mean You know I've been with him since? I was nineteen so but I know that we're going to have bad days. I know I'M GONNA. Be Nervous. You know I know these things but I. I. The Lord I know I, said to the Lord I know you're with me. I know you're with me and I. Know You're going to help me. I'm not doing this alone and I will never go back on that deal. Well. I have hard days. F- Louis I will. I be overwhelmed corn? But that's natural. He gave us those feelings as well so You know I. I never never. Will you know ever regret having that conversation with him Because I think they're not just doing with any purpose I think I wanted to. Absolutely. What are what are your goal? Sir, what are you? GonNa do. I. Not. CAME UP WITH Especially, church. On Life. I hope to show how. Waste. So. Getting. All. saw. So. Young. Outstanding outstanding. I, so appreciate you talking with today. Sharon, A. Experiences, but you're wonderful. Example you've given us a gift. Thank you. Very good at Tracy and Dwayne, Reed have a glorious time tomorrow. Welcome home Sir and all things. And keep us posted on how things go, won't you? Absolutely appreciate it. Thanks for talking to us that's. That's Tracy and Wayne. read of Rhonda Equate and He will be home tomorrow back with you right after the news, which is up next with Joe laskey on newsradio, Cam eleven eighty.

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WWHL @ Home: Bevy Smith & Snoop Dogg

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

25:35 min | 5 d ago

WWHL @ Home: Bevy Smith & Snoop Dogg

"We've got this kan. Asked to come to the small town. Murder mystery sifi. Doctors romney earth needs now stars and resident alien landing january twenty seven onsite by thursday's ted danson and holly hunter star in a hilarious new comedy from previous tina fey and robert. Kerr lock mr mayor. Please don't try to speak spanish again. Paul payroll means dog and bust mr mayor thursdays on nbc. The bravo clubhouse for the podcast addition. Watch what happens. Live with me. Andy cohen. She always serves fashion heartaches and when he's with martha he bakes. It's watch what happens. Live with bevy smith and snoop dogg now. The hey everybody. Welcome to on your host. Andy cohen with two goats. One of whom loves ago. T my first guest is just a queen. She's a queen mother her new book beverly lessons from a mother. Auntie best is out now. It is so great. You guys gotta get it. Say hi to bevy smith there. She is way to see you baby. Hey baby i see you. And i love this book. Y'all it is great. My next guest is a man whose talent comes in many flavors and most of them are garnished with herb. He's currently a judge on go. Big show thursday on tbs. It's snoop dogg. Hey snoop many theme songs off the hook. I liked it all right. That's what i'm talking about. Thank you thank you. I'm going to tell jenny lows. All right thank you snoop. Wow i'm high compliment. you know. celebrities have not been walking the red carpet lately. But that's hold on before. I get into this snoop. What was your reaction to anderson in hysterics on new year's eve i mean i was like i wanted. I wanted whatever he had I wanted i wanted. Some of what what he was on because he was another lab yes. Celebrities have not been walking the red carpet lately but that shouldn't stop bevy from giving them a push in the right direction or shove if they need it. It's time for new year's resolutions round to bevy. I'm going to present you with celebrities. You tell us what they're 2021 resolution should be starting with laurie laughlin. I'll she needs to be back in. The big has not the full house. Okay what about prince. Harry and meghan markle you not all of the reinvention in the remakes like that. They are now in the united states. Get rid of the royals. Vp elect comma harris. I love communist. She is the iconic covergirl kudos. A vote on the cover What should kim cottrell. What's your her resolution be. I'm so glad that she just gave up sex in the city. Because i'm hoping they'll recast a busty round lane. Him bevy is throwing her hat in the ring. Okay i'm calling shape now. What should gail kings resolution be gale grow. Had a not you. It's never enough galloping arlene. Keep doing what you're doing okay. What about Melania trump who cares not me. Okay for new first lady. Doctor joe biden. What should her resolution be. Is the doctor in the house. Yes indeed the white right. Thank you very much. Some new year's resolutions down since nukes men. All around the doggy dog world. I want to drop a couple pins like they're hot with the round of snoop there it is. It's new by of questions. I want to find out where some of your major milestones in your life occurred. Where were you when you had your first kiss snoop mar. I is was in the alley. Nineteen eighty two girls relate. I think i think it was sharma leak to in the alley. Where were you when you. I did actually put it in. Yeah i thought you said you wouldn't put it in a is in there now. Nineteen eighty five. And and where were you snoop was at a at a friend's house who you had a girl that like me and i liked her. We just so happen to get you know a little private space and a bedroom a little mattress in lewisham real quick and fabs. Okay where were you. The first time wasn't doggy style. But i had no clue. Well you share learn. Were you the first time you wrote a song time. Border sorrow is probably in the sixth grade. And where were you the first time you heard a song of yours on the radio at my cousin's house simple cordless league honors college and it was a show called the box and nothing but a jeep game on tv screen. Wow how about the first time. You told your wife that you loved her. Where were you then you remember. She was my wife when she yeah. Nineteen ninety three. Where were you do you remember. I think i would take an out of her. Mother's house moved into my apartment. That is very sweet all right. Thank you for. Playing snoop took us there You know snoop has unleashed some notable fashion statements through the years. I wanna play fashion or trashing doggy. style edition. I'm going to run through some of his past ensembles bevy and snoop tell us if you like it or if you bag it up like doggie doodoo okay. Fashion or trashing tight curls and oversized plaid at the ninety four. Vm as bash nash. Sean has came up in that in just a swing ear. One that stage everyone. Roy bit breezy upper. Okay ain't no. Yeah that's it ain't no friday and extension that that's me okay. How about this black paisley-print at the source awards in ninety nine. S guys bash. That's one thing promised threw the rag. It's okay what about rock and blue factors for and a gold tooth right here. What do we think this bevy. Waste as big jaffe breaking implicitly. Not far from me my life. I think jeopardy showing big enough jeffrey. Right what about giving off strong lives if the second bt awards in oh to i as it is. This is park. Homage to max julien. That's easy but the show is funny. Here we are at the third annual bt awards. O-3 bevy how you feel about this. Sporting yes that's like sport teams on their mind to the sports snoops. I'm at the bass on this women hook. What did they only thing. I like is pork chops side of my face like okay. You're you are gorgeous and green plaid suit and cape at the grammys in two thousand four. This i've read for the money. Goal is for the honeys. That's what i look. Air may make all right. Thank you very much. Replay invastion or trash. Bevy sophie l. Wants known what. Did you think of ebony k williams getting getting cast on rony. I know that you've known her a bit. Yeah advocate williams. That's my girl. I think she's going to hold up on. I think she's going to class up the joint issue certainly gonna let goes ladies note that Black magic is a real thing. It's not it's not just slogan. Is the real deal. Happy my ebony. I just don't wind up in the nomex because she's very well respected so stay ebony. Okay donna p wants in on facebook. Snoop if you've spoken to dr dre. If so how's he doing anything you can tell us. Yes spoken to dr above four or five times via facetime. He definitely doing better getting better as stays in the hospital and he wants guys another. He loves you guys. Thanks you guys all the prayers and other goodbyes visit until all right. Thank you very much. I want to go to the virtual audience dion as a question for betty. I wanted to know. What did you think of. The of pregnant elect vice-president an analyst to volk covers in conversations around him while a lot of controversy around their personal. I like the sky blue soup for more than unlike the cover shot right was. I felt like the cover. Shot looked a little haphazard thrown together. But i like the on paid homage to her being aka so they had the failed read and the pill pink in the background and the controversy. I mean it's really not the the woman that is one step away from being the president. We have big fish to fry. She's on the cover of world. That's nice but let's move along unless let her run the country that does i do believe this. She got next. All right sir. Yes surely as question for snoop shirley. What's your question highs new. This is so crazy we love you. So much we've been with us since dpd What was the response on. 'em and dissing new on that new track as zeus. Do you think it's because he wasn't included in your list of best rappers. The game has ever seen. Because i know you guys were friends. We're still friends. i think. That's s family business. And i don't want to make it more than what it is. I mean he's saying what he said. I respect that and we just keep right. there is family business there. You go snoop amari k. Wants to know who you honestly think was the victor in your versus battle against max and who would you like to see battle it out next. I think the victor in my battlefield diem experts. Everybody they have one in the culture. Want because you got two great rappers. Who loved each other and was never in competition with each other. We actually inspire each other. What i'm saying. We doll doll. The word united what was just a beautiful combination of celebration coach. Who would you like to see. Next on verses is q. ll cool j. j. z. One of those guys. All right Bevy did you guys meet when bevy was at vibe magazine. Did you guys ever did you guys meet them. Mets no couple of i one time when he was in town for the bma's on he was whipped like jimmy. Irene and there was the olden days of demand with the s k initials. We won't even mentioned his name. How yes Name is my mother's name. Is beverly too much more. That's why i love you. Youtube snow snoop wants the craziest stunt. You've seen on the go big show. Oh my god. I don't want to give it away but it's i mean if you don't already seen somebody swallow was swore but it even gets more intense than that i mean i don't wanna give it away. 'cause i want you guys watch it but that's show is one of the most crazy shows i've ever seen in my life. I can't believe eyewitness. Hey what did you think. Snoopy them of martha stewarts thirst trap photo. She posted in the pool over the summer. I mean what do you mean. S martha stewart. What i mean. She's the boss lady she's acquaintances. You know she know how to get what she needed life. You understand me. She'd been doing this jaws goldfish. Oh my god daddy yearbook beverley lessons from a mother. Auntie best is so rich with wisdom. I hope you can still find two cents to spare. Give us some advice from the book of beverly bev. Elation in here it gets greater later is about squashing. The idea that you've wasted time or pasture prime. What's your advice to people who feel they've spent too long going down one career path to change course especially later in life while it's breadth in your body you can always make change so it's never too late look it snoop he has had how many incarnations i mean you know if he had stopped reading eighty really began. We would never have snoop the entrepreneur within naps new the shaft. We wouldn't have snoop the gospel artist. We wouldn't have all these variations in my for myself and my book. I run it down. I'm lou gram bevy mc ski. I'm big bet from uptown. I'm beverly smith fashion these days now bevy sniffs of all these incarnations that so you have reverend your body if you wanna make a change make. The change is not always going to be easy but it can be done strategy. That's why you need to buy the book and you were broke badly for a minute when you made that change you right. The you're right about that in the book cafe but you say you went through that and you've been you knew where you were going and you you you push forward yes and you can't be daunted by the fact that maybe your cockles a little lower than you would like it. I'm sure snoop. It's experienced financial difficulties throughout his career. You know one every now and again but that's just a part of the game and not just also pushing yourself the on nothing ventured in game. You also go outside of as i say that. If there's anything that you're passionate about you love it you do it. You don't do it for money for the love of the love and pay what is right. The and you know the you also say that becoming comfortable with being uncomfortable is the hallmark for every successful persons trajectory. Back to talk about that. I mean because you can't wrestling whose real winners people that you look up to in july on my gosh presidents iconic this number a time those people just say oh i did and they just sit down and they just take it all in now. You're always pushing yourself. You're always being uncomfortable with being uncommon. You're always been comfortable with being uncomfortable and casually. Would you get that kind of feeling it's an adrenaline rush. You like. i'll go. What the heck i'm doing here. And that's why you know you're onto something really good in the sight status quo. No mind allergy. My knowledge that is somebody always asked me. They say was smokey. Been doing this since nineteen ninety-one ninety-two why why you won't why you won't quit. Do other like you know what i can't because i can't watch my highlights while still playing the game so i can never reflect back on what i've done because i'm too busy trying to do some there. You go snoop. Wendy wants to know what you thought of. What do you think of the rumors. Swirling about kim in konya. Did you see a divorce coming. I've got my own relationship. So i can't be worried about nobody else but everybody. That's that in a relationship during this colby. Because i stayed in a lot of people have been going through some things you know what i'm saying. Finally figured out that they really loved the person that they would just call. Things been real tough on relationships. So i just prayed it everybody can stay together play together and make sure that they pray together by the way also just wanna plug snoop has formed a hip hop supergroup during the pandemic with ice cube and e forty so short short end too short and too short. Sorry do you guys have a name for your group yet. No west more now west. Our our right On that note it is time for watch. What happens a five guys. These days for all of us dressing. Nice means putting on our least hideous sweatpants but are resident fashion expert. Bevy smith is here to remind us that until recently the stars were bringing it and they will bring it again tonight. Bevy is sharing her top five gag worthy celebs. Go ahead bevy. Okay number five jane fonda. She is an octogenarian and she's still brings a sex appeal to the pocket. They she goes. I loved her. Stop okay number okay. Number four now name. From the first time he saw off to object out in only black lights and now where she has really progressed the be a red carpet staple she never goes wrong number three on that one. The of it graven. Latest sicily types in ninety six and still slaying. The game fashion wise. Way the queen you've got about them changes which she's always down and being a tour cheap rings everything time and always looks delightful. And if you've ever had in the whipper the way she keeps us next bigger she drinks hot weather with limited eat bitch. That's how she snagged like them now. And then i'll number two the all the italian so i ended up. You know that really kind of set. The red carpet emotion to when she was just performing on new year's eve jalen always brain's really great loss and of course the body ideology is insane so they have number one number number one last night. Lease the young girl in the game. This mix all of us. You're boring dustin. Day of love. Her style she stopped by law coach. Who's a friend of mine. But she nails it so many times people can look like they're being stop as they away as close so well even tell. She's very comfortable in his skin. So who else can take. That's bad these watch what happens five and snoop agrees with all your facts off new audience. Thank you bobby. Smith is here. The book is bev relations lessons from a mother. Auntie best out now. Snoop show is the big show. Thursdays on tb ass. Snoop daryl hughes wants to know what your monthly budget as. You probably don't have one because you own your own company right. I mean you and the answer is thing. Mimi meaning doesn't have a budget bevy nicole. I loved your interview with chris harry harrison earlier. This year about the lack of diversity and the bachelor franchise. How are you watching the new season with matt james and if so what do you think on. I watched a couple of little clips of the matt. James in the annual to say i wish picked up a little more flavorful bachelor. If they're gonna events he batter you go to the grooming. The physical snoop dogg and just pick up alleged. let me getting with backlit deputy. Yes okay room. Snoop pete l. said. I love your new tattoos. Celebrating the lakers seventeenth championship win and honoring the incredible kobe bryant. What made you decide to get the tattoo. And what's your favorite memory with kobe. Or a game. You watched him play What made me get it was. I wanted to do something that could represent the championship. And coby bryant. So combining the two with his initials made our excess. And the best moment i'd have to say is when he flew to come and see me and hang out with me for a dan. I picked him up in my low rider and brought him back to my studio and when he left i gave them all right and then became a part of his collection. Wow i mean. I'm like okay right now. Just thinking about it like that was the greatest moment and he was so hospitable to everybody at my bill. And i'm talking about the people who take the trash out to the rappers to the everybody they all. They're saying that this is a great gun. I'm happy i met him and real like sorry about that. Yeah yeah well. Speaking of gone too soon we got a brat s emailed and said since you both with him do each of you have a favorite memory about the late. Great pock bevy right about two-pack in your book this mentally into to back is like i said when when i connected with park we let down bravado and we really connect it s like sensitive creative types. So we've been talking about our literature lack history and things like that even though we will pop in the tunnel whatever. We always like just abbott. We'll quality moment in. Does the quiet. Since the pockets of one that i loved. And that's the one that i really connected with. I love that you said that because a lot of people know that it was more of a funny guy than a bad guy so he would crack jokes all the time and talk about people and let you talk about him. Back and wouldn't get offended. Was one time when we were on a vacation in a it was him and thank because parasail and we were just up in the sky. We were just having a good conversation. We just kept getting dropped in. The water kept getting lifted on moves like little kids. That was like a moment to lead to wear a homing. It really be cheers and not have to put on a gangster persona will have to be nothing but really what exactly well speaking about you. Being a kid chris an emailed and said snoop. I love the video you posted on instagram of. You just listened to let it go from frozen in your parked car to help you. Decompress during the pandemic. What other music have you been listening to to get you through. Twenty twenty wow. I've been listening to a variety of music. And i've also been making new music too so with that particular song snow. What's that go. Yeah i love s song. I went to go see that movie who my grandkids. You know what i'm saying. I was gonna fall asleep. But i stayed up the whole movie when they started singing. I just i was crying and i just battlements. I'm sorry i'm sorry for that you don't have to. It's it's it's an earworm to ride. I love great music. Music still any sold matter who you are absolutely And so do great books. And that's why. I'm telling all y'all to get bevill asians by beverly. I need to buy those books. Because i got fifty female friends that definitely want to read it and know about an intro to better themselves fifty all right snoop better so beautiful thank you. Will you seriously like at. The people connected. I'm serious because you got twenty in the background right now. That need to be possessed watching. That's that's right down one time. Well thank you. So much bevy snoop. This was a winning combination and really fun night for more. Click around garoppolo dot goodnight. Everybody thanks for listening to the podcast. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember new episodes. Go live monday through friday at four pm eastern time. Make sure your subscribe to have a great rusty or night.

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Weekly News Roundup

Reset with Jenn White

21:04 min | 2 months ago

Weekly News Roundup

"Makes sense of the day with consider this. The new local meets national podcast from wbz npr. You'll get up to speed in less than fifteen minutes with context and commentary on stories happening in chicago and around the world. Listen to consider this wherever you get your podcasts. I'm justin kauffman. This is reset well. There were warnings. The best advice to to keep the bubble small and warnings ignored. Felt like okay well. It doesn't seem like it's getting any better. So i mean minds. Well just try to have a little bit of fun with cooking. Put them in a tactic putting that turkey and there was classic table banter chicken. The roast rooster goes with the chicken. So who's having sex with that in all seriousness. Americans tried to balance the need to family and connect with others against pleased by medical and political figures to stay in place and try and check this rampaging virus joining us now to break down these stories and more heather sharon of wtt. W hether welcome back. Happy to be here. Justin also wbz city politics reporter. Becky becky welcome back and happy thanksgiving to both of you. Now heather despite all the new cases despite all the new deaths despite all the calls to stay at home millions of americans decided to travel for this holiday weekend they sure did and that means in about fourteen days we could see a real surge in cases not only in chicago illinois but nationwide and i think a lot of public health officials not to be cute about are holding their breath about what that will mean for the healthcare and hospitals system. Becky mayor lori. Lightfoot said she was worried about the thanksgiving holiday being superspreader event. How does the city prepare for something like that. The one thing that i heard dr say the public health commissioner say on was it to air wednesday even if everybody had stayed home. We're still going to see hospitalizations invesco up because they always lag behind cases so as we've been seeing this huge spike in cases in this financial cases we are going to see the hospitalizations kind of follow and weeks to come. So if you think about it you know she you know again not to make light of it. But she mentioned with me going around better to have zoom thanksgiving than an icu. christmas. I think that that is something that she and her department as. Well as all the area hospitals are really bracing themselves for potential increases to come kind of regardless of what happens for thanksgiving but even you know counting outward from thanksgiving you know mid to late december. What are we gonna see with hospitalizations and heather. I'd i how are hospitals in chicago holding up. There's something we need to make more of a priority more of a story about how they're faring. It's an incredibly dangerous time right now. So in the last month the number of patients admitted to the hospital after being diagnosed with covid nineteen have quadrupled and that is true for those patients. Then were admitted into icu. And we're also as becky said we're we're on track for literally hundreds of deaths in illinois in between now and the end of the year and you know it's already the day after thanksgiving. There's not that much more of twenty twenty left to go. And i think one of the things that i've been sort of keeping an eye on is whether or not state and local officials reopen hospitals like metro south in blue island and the former sherman hospital in elgin now at the peak of the pandemic. If you can remember back that far those hospitals were sort of put on standby along with the field hospital at Mccormick place so there are no plans right now to reopen that mccormick place hospital but if hospitals do get overwhelmed you will see that. Those two hospitals reopened sort of provide excess capacity or additional capacity. That means that things are very very when we when we start thinking about that and about hospitals in any start thinking about well. The light at the end of the tunnel is the vaccines that that came out at the some. Were talking at the beginning of this week about distribution plans that could go into effect in just a couple of weeks ahead scratch a little bit whether or not chicago the state of illinois and the midwest is ready for something like that one of the things i had been asking both the chicago department of public health illinois department of public health who falls into the first in line category. Or how many to. They've answered who. But how many and i d ph has not really sent me a number but the chicago department of public health did provide a number of to me that said there are four hundred thousand healthcare workers in the city of chicago. That would kind of fall into that frontline worker category now. The one thing that i should remind folks. And maybe don't know. And i didn't know this actually is that when it comes to distribution from the federal government a lot of it will be dictated by the federal government but chicago's kind of its own state on the list to get distribution so everything in illinois bill de get a shipment and then chicago will get sort of separate shipment and that's true some other big cities as well. They will get their own. Separate shipments separate from days And and the real tricky thing will be and dr already. And dr zeke have both said this is. They're making a lot of plans. But they're watching that december december tenth or december. Eleventh is the date that the fda set to look at the results from the two leading vaccines and make a decision and kind of emergency authorized. And then it's going to be up to the companies of how many doses can they actually get and that number has also been changing probably way in. You're absolutely right every other day. I saw that story. I think i was watching the ten o'clock news on monday or tuesday and they said they said that there's going to be this many and now there's only gonna be this many and it was just confusing. But why are those numbers changing and is that something that We should expect to change even further. I think you should expect to see a change. Because the quickest time for a company to develop a vaccine was four years where like at the six seven eight month mark so this is really an incredibly fast time line so it's also unclear sort of how much capacity these companies are in there two different vaccines that we're talking about here. The other question is what capacity. Do cities and states have to start rolling out this vaccine in becky united. Both her doctor already talk about how chicago was in a better place at the beginning of the pandemic but the question is has that head start been sufficient and really what will it mean for. Chicago's hospital systems. Because you know chicago is we've learned to sort of part of this whole you know statewide healthcare ecosystem so even if chicago does a great job. It's hospitals would have to take overflow from other parts of the state that might not be as compared and it could be again sort of a domino effect where chicago might be keeping his head above water so to speak but sort of complicated by the fact that it has to be part of this whole statewide healthcare system. Yeah one other thing. I think people should keep in mind and again going back to this. Four hundred thousand house workers in chicago alone. If you're just a general population person you probably will not be getting called up for a vaccine and you know summer of next year. I'm just going to be conservative summer or fall of next year. And if you are frontline worker or say you are in long term care facility working nursing home or you are living in a nursing home. There's gonna be waves of these things and there could be potentially two doses. One of these vaccines requires two doses. So there's going to be a whole process throughout the whole year. Twenty twenty one in which we will all be queuing up. If you will to figure out you know when is it our turn. Where do we go. i also should. The federal government has some agreements with pharmacies like walgreens and cvs the they will also be playing a role when it comes time to distribute again in detail. The exact details of all of that is still. He be worried at the lines at your local pharmacy long. Now think about twenty twenty one all right so heather stay at home advisories versus stay at home mandates and orders. That's really that's all. It's left in the toolbox for some of our local leaders. there is indeed a thanksgiving surge. Do you see In your crystal ball. Whether or not the governor. The mayor would go from advisory to order. The said is much that they will have no choice but to do that and i think. What's really important. Is that when you get to a place that the hospitals are overwhelmed and things are particularly bad around the kinky area. You don't have any beds left in hospitals that means people leaving their houses and perhaps they get into a car accident or perhaps you know they trip and fall in. They need to go to the hospital. There's no capacity for them so the stay at home order is really designed not only to stop the spread of the coronavirus but also to prevent the average everyday horrible accidents from sending more people to the hospitals. Because there aren't simply room for them and you know that's why they will have no choice but to impose those orders simply because of the hospital system. That's heather sharon. Wtt w also long for this roundup. Wbz's becky vivey well cove in nineteen maybe dominating the news but there were other big stories this week including these. We just passed a budget. Unlike any other in chicago's history. It just made it in a close vote. By city council standards the alderman past mayor lightfoot pandemic budget the final vote twenty nine to eleven and the property tax hike was approved with even one less vote give me clones and tell me as cape ladies and gentlemen. We are becoming the next detroit due to these achievements. I've decided to vote. yes. I unfortunately stand to become a no vote on this Separately the cook county budget was also approved today. This time unanimously. It costs five. Hundred vacant jobs uses reserves to balance the cook county budget. Don't give me crumbs and call it a cake and that's a great chicago political quote so let's talk city politics right now. Wbz's weekly news. Roundup heather an era when city council is meeting on zoom. And we don't have a chance to stick a mike in front of someone's face. Political junkies like us are just dying for coach like that. That's right and alderman. Taylor has been a non stop source of just hissy quotes sensor election in twenty nineteen and i think she really spoke for the progressive alderman. Who voted against that budget. And it was you know. I think a close vote really by any. The mayor needed twenty six votes to pass both the budget. And then the property tax levy the property tax levy only passed with twenty eight votes. So that is really not a whole lot of votes to spare. And i think along with a lot of other progressive alderman. Alderman taylor said that this budget just did not do enough to protect the most vulnerable chicagoans particularly most of those most vulnerable chicagoans are black and latino. It was hard for a lot of alderman to sort of vote. Yes especially in the wake of just. The massive black lives matter protests the summer and sort of a renewed acknowledgement that so much at the city is sort of still struggling to reverse the embedded systematic racism in the city. That being said the mayor relied heavily on alderman. Who served black. And latino wards in the city and was able to get it passed and she said you know this is how democracy works you. You're not supposed to have a city council we're supposed to have descended supposed to have conversation. It should be closer than it has been in the past right key concessions. I think that played a role and getting yes. Votes one even more additional money for violence prevention and then there was also an agreement essentially to do a pilot not just co responder model. People have been hearing about this nine one one response when you send right now chicago since lease to the scene and they wanted to do this whole respond to her where they would send mental health professionals and police and there were people even on the progressive side of things that were like. No no we need a model in which you only send mental health for signs in certain cases where police really are not necessary whatsoever. So she did commit to that and committed a little bit of funding there. The tricky thing is it's not a lot of funding. And it's not like you hurt taylor if you don't give me crumbs and tell me okay. This is a woman who you know went on hunger strike because the school the high school in her neighborhood was closed. You so this is somebody who comes from deep in the community and who is now in a position of power and doesn't want to say oh. Well that's good enough. And i think there's a lot right now being made of the split in the progressive caucus yet people like maria hadn't of rogers park and andre vasquez fortieth ward where pat o'connor east to rain and he may both voted yes progressive caucus. We've been talking a lot about the split there. But as i mentioned there was also a lot of people who voted against this that are typical lightfoot area supporters More more wealthy more white wards and honing wars on the north far north west and southwest sides. All of their alderman for the most part voted against it even allies of her. Tom tunney hairy alterman. Both voted against this budget. And i think losing those votes meant she had to go look for support from others. Those are great names to throw out. I mean tom. Tony represents lakeview and wrigleville area and voice down or the neighborhood formerly known as boys town. Harry ostermann up into edgewater and rogers park and you also had some no votes. That were or lisa against the property tax. Levy in the one thousand nine hundred and beverly. I love this stuff. I get so jacked up for it. But i just love it too. Because it's changed the demographics. It's fun to watch how this city council is different than the ones before you know to lightfoot point it's healthy i guess for democracy of our city to to really debate these issues and not do everything behind closed doors in unanimous votes. Well heather. i mean there's obviously there's a media concerns or money concerns with property tax increases is going to have an impact. I don't want to make but when just talk about the politics of it. We just talk about the fact that the allegiances of i mean this is not your father's city council i mean you're the allegiances are dead. There's everyone's independent. You saw andres vasquez who didn't vote with the democratic socialists. Censured him. Maria hadn't voting yes Part of the progressive caucus. You would never have that even a during a mayor emanuel's term or before no you wouldn't Which isn't to say that there wasn't just as much sort of horse-trading or give or take behind the scenes but mayor emanuel in the mayor. Daley before him. They conducted these negotiations behind the scenes. And that's very different than the way that mayor lightfoot has chosen to run her operation and i certainly appreciate that most of this sort of taking place you know in public and sort of you know we can keep an eye on it but the question remains of is this a lasting sort of dissenting group of alderman. And i think you're right to point out that it's it's really a motley group of alderman alderman matt o shea who voted with alderman. Ginette taylor. They don't have a lot in common on really anything they were aligned on this vote at which is i think. What makes it so interesting was that it was opposed by alderman. Sort of most focused on the impact of what it would mean the poorest chicagoans and you had alderman who voted no because they're wealthy primarily white residents did not want to pay more in property taxes. And there's an ability to sort of make sweeping generalizations about. What's going forward however. I think that it shows that At a minimum that mayor lightfoot sort of initial approach of. We're going to do things differently. You know it might not actually be all that different in the yet. Does this mean for mayor lightfoot. I mean because she'll say hey we won and You know obviously this is a new day and we want to see this. And i love the concept of the policy decisions being done in public behind closed doors. I love that at the end of this process. Where does mayor lightfoot stand. I think she would say look. I governed to twenty six. That's what she said. After the council meeting i got twenty six. And we're we're moving on. But i think that the issue is is that she campaigned in twenty nine on sort of a new era in city government and i think that she has repeatedly clashed with progressive alderman and progressive groups. Which means that she is certainly vulnerable to a re election challenge from her left in. The question is do voters on the morris center. right Sort of political alignment chicago. Are they so angry in two thousand twenty three about this property tax hike that they find somebody else who's more centrist than she is in you know i think that mayor lightfoot proven during her time in office to be not necessarily a progressive a reformer and if we judge her on that basis the fact of the matter is is that she has not fulfilled her Promised to end all dramatic. Prerogative giving each alderman sort of the ability to sort of be a little mayor in his or her war and so that question becomes. Where does she go from here. She only got twenty eight votes on the property. Tax hike are there twenty eight to reduce the power of the city council further. I don't think that is and so. What does she go to voters with in. Twenty twenty two and twenty twenty three. I don't know that you know. She has figured out how to figure out that balance especially during a moment in chicago politics when really the progressive movement is just so energized descendant. All right my last thing. Be about mike madigan. He does not have the votes to be reelected speaker. That doesn't mean that somebody else is going to be reelected speaker. This is this is brand new territory from the state of illinois and it's politics because mike madigan since democratic when democrats have had the majority in the house has been the speaker since. Nineteen eighty-three what what happens. Do you expect both of you. And i'll s quickly 'cause then we'll wrap but do you expect it. He becomes speaker again. Do you think that he does some horse-trading here in the next month. And a half and he gets the votes. Well the question is who would. Who would who's going to go up against him. Yeah no i agree. You can't beat somebody. Like michael madigan with nobody. And that's what it comes down to so few show me somebody who's you know getting into double digits in terms of speaker votes than i'll take it seriously. But until then you know in the immortal words of omar on the wire if you come you best not miss. That's how the sharon wtt. W and becky. Vive wbz becky. Heather thanks for joining us. This week on the roundout well. That's it for this week's roundup and it's it for me when gen white left for one a i was asked to come in and be the interim host of this program and are very happy to have done that coming up in just two weeks. Sasha and simon's takes over as the new host of reset and i couldn't be more excited. She is a wonderful host. Someone that i listened to on one a. all throughout the summer before gentle over there and it'll be exciting to have her here as host of this very fine program. Meanwhile keep it right here. Wbz is in host chair next week. Thanks again for everything. I'm justin kauffman and this has been the weekly news roundup from wbz chicago right now on the curious city podcast one hundred years ago and african american boy drowned igniting a week of race riots in chicago but tensions had been building for years and some chicagoans wanted violence. They were looking for an opportunity to blow the lid off and so when this event happened at the beach said this is it. This is our chance to really fomento race war. The deep causes of the nineteen nineteen race. Riots that story and many others inspired by your questions. Wbz dot org slash curious city.

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Ep. 81: Greed, Anger, Heresy (The Hellfire Chronicles)

Not Another D&D Podcast

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Ep. 81: Greed, Anger, Heresy (The Hellfire Chronicles)

"This is a head gum podcast welcome back to the home yeah everyone from credit to zip from one little SIP oh figuring people have been asking what is your writing and finally he's in the Hell Hell is bad but you are having fun though right the in the shade the hardest work it would be to bully anyone all right guys a little recaps last week you descended from the lust chased you you were able to puncture the beast from the inside and escape but we're caught in a terrible real hard one found himself in a cave full of riches with his Nemesis Wilhelm bronze earning from a dying Mike in it that meribel spores had created a deadly clone bev senior offered to join forces in the battle against the Oliva Bev stood his ground and said that being said we are not going to start with beverly I think are going to start op I as you see in the distance much like Mira Bell's hideout yes all right I'm just I'm beaten feet towards my precious rodent orb this my kid who gave you his powers and joined in and a hard one you've you've had a good display of faith from a little bit of like fog and mist from the various poisonous spores you see inside this Fungal Cave and you see that the walls and floor covered in my Salim Save is a fungal being looks like a more crude version he's trying to replicate become a fungus human yeah I'm trying to be on the Gal right just like the one is a little too low other is a little too high a whilst kill the creek we must kill the creek protect the creek on every single fucking plane you hear here's nasty caught in this fungal network up against the wall you're gonna hear covered hard one thing the bronze beard kings hammer sixty feet the hammer through the Goddamn skull you see hard-won shore foot it surely is hell if I have I suppose if I can't find the bronze beard Kings Hammer I'll just can you draw your hammer thousands of other people around but they are all in their own little you I'm GonNa need everyone to roll initiative who on seventeen and me okay Organiz this We're going to start with moonshine because she's at the top of the encounter the monsters you're Goddamn here O'Brien trying my best got you pretend to destroy kill the creek sure so I attack with advantage and twenty-nine yes I do extra d-6 of force damage I also do eh wisdom check twenty-three synced to poison as you reach deep within yourself now spores damage you hear a voice in your head go you alright twenty-six another eighteen wow I you hear a bunch of them break off into these little Mushoo monsters mother-mother there's you've ever done yes you much like when you fought meribel this monster has these three okay twenty hits the second one hits and then does nineteen no and then you see this fungal monster opens her mouth and goes spores in twenty that is a pass you don't even you don't even take half ca-car Bitch we are mother just like twitching against the wall that's my child dragon is going to fly forward first thing that's going fifty nine damage good Lord so that's just hey not so fast daddy's let's get this guy are the door of and Daddy's GonNa take cracks that he's GonNa roll save thirteen so it's a fail the real king man what did possible Gordon it doesn't feel good to be hit with it right you just want to hold it and I- beefed it with one you pissed yourself a over to beverly and his father you defy him he just screams out you'd Never Lewis in beverly heard amongst the fire twenty two hit doesn't hit dozen second attack is GonNa hit so the staggering smites is gonNA fourteen plus four eighteen eighteen is going to not too rattled but then you are still going to take his long sword damage house but in this case I think you've earned a spank and listen to yourself if I can determine what sort of energy my they just don't say devil that's worse worse and I'm okay the House with you again shown up not aw I can feel just the truth in his words and it staying so uncast haste I gather holy energy in my hands and I apply I how much you spend on those that kind of money you there's a coin with hard ones face and on the right shoe there's a coin with on my dad sweet school how that is being in a nutshell yeah in the real world I would maybe cinema stern text attack this had happened this turn I think so I guess I'll do an attack so do oh so I can terrible boy pairing and that causes me to get my head twenty I know it is when it and now I'm going to beat you up dad this is how she's I wanna hold that for something I'm going to do a third levels might seventy light you resist equilibriums thrown off for a second but you steal yourself sword as he staggers back I'm sorry I'm sorry about that is backup to Moonshine I'm going it's best chance does they twenty four hit it and I support them for another eighteen I'm a great weapon as you we will get you we are mother swing pseudo pods at screen outcome on dry and get what I got on you based on your first round I don't think you can saving throw as she tries to vomit spores at you nine we are back in the you guys by the way are all in different layers of hell we're ugly dragon he is going to try to take it I was I twenty nine twenty wins you're desperate it's very unappealing it's twenty one to hit that just it's I'm GONNA tie my hair up in a hellish hair bun and awesome door of top notch take it down a more of a door than you one of the Kings in my hammer right yeah cool what do you think your loser so you trust you you killed your fucking daughter did kill I just hired someone I mean I now keep it going twenty eight to hit walking that tight rope thirty six damage and he passed his Sabin great great great grandfather just bronze beard runs forward stupid guy talking silence the mainland going in on him that is back over to bev senior when he goes I guess we'll have to get a bit tricky to be Hugh Ndo in the fiery chapel you see he summons an orb very cool also get advantage on six thirty saving throws there's no chronic damage so you take sixteen fire damage that's already halved shut up to the two crew I'm GonNA learn how to Goof that is your turn okay I guess I'll run into the building okay actually I as being the exact chapel that you you see all of the Moss and the like Flower Beds Down Find Your Dad we go eighteen eighteen he knows what my abilities are so just start walking towards them and I say it's just not the order you want we can still achieve so much it doesn't have to be like this he he steps forward out of the smoke you recognize the tears roll down my face Moonshine I think I'm just think I'm just banging again okay. Ear Bone is action healing word myself fifth level L. anyone mother kills every actually right now you're trying to be here sports in you I'm so sorry yeah I'm trying to go trying to get them to an emotional space it's sort of a battle tactic or you hear her glaring at you right by takes stop laughing fail thirty two damage fucker now don't get to do anything see if he gets his fire breath back and he does but he's going to hold seventeen twenty three for wilhelm hard one as is down he uses one of his claws to grab it that is a four dodge out of the way you do a handspring break your concentration so the Dwarf Daddy's are gone for the moment all right cool apple in the stalag type that has the other Otics fucking eighteen hit the stalactites it does I'm going to maybe I'll call I'm GONNA try to explode it with a bunch of stuff some thorshavn it's so good and crack in the stone and it begins to shift and then except glowing orange instead of blue begins flies down you can make an athletic check to grab it that's exactly what I'm trying to do anat you catch it in the air attacking new two more with the Hammer Ah that hits yes it does it it will do a d six of fire uh on the on the first attack but my second overall and eight seventeen doesn't hit me that is a sixteen frazzled. It should be rejected outright you're not a real tour basically like to down it is rejecting him to call a golden hammer so any time you have to say I'm not being weird having a normal one eight and rush forward at you takes his first tack that is only I am going to need you to make a wisdom saving throw staggering might come on four fifteen okay so that is a fail you have disadvantage yes so you will just won't have advantage okay and then you're gonNa take thirteen damage from the staggering smile all right so we're in this chapel yet I kind of like gesture around remember any pay attention in any of your classes in anything I was the chapter about this yeah I flipped right to it right is there anything I add anymore your dad he retains the parts of his personality that are the all set his soul Yup okay all right I guess I attack does a twenty you just say the F. Word bath no rounded I said the F. Word you're I don't remember any of the good stuff I remember telling you you can't say eighty five that is going ahead and he's going to carry a good he can't Perry again that's reacts energy you dear use the power of the dead against me well Papa Explosion of Holy Energy he doesn't like fungus counts as plant yeah I would I would say so don't ask me this is the episode go big well might be my death okay I'm going magical plant it makes the saving throw with disadvantage and the spell deals maximum damage to it finisher mother come here you my so but really I just suck all of the moisture from it until in China as you dry out the core it's you see that whatever this central being was ceases to have have you Dan's Outta here on a two to PA puts mightily around job rather rather rather I join your fungal network nature over nurture although in this situation it would be both because you are various tiny Mike needs who joined death when it's not good or evil all right it is it like I was talking about you but I'm GonNa do right by your sports they join your Fungal Network mm-hmm hell yes it were chronic you can choose oh arrests as you're kind of the Fungal Queen in the middle of this cave and your fungal not a party I also do I wanna I wanna get like if I can spy on him in any way or if I feel there's you know any L. 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You soared in your chest all of today don't pay attention in class all right I'm GonNa talk okay all right cool so blocked that one black and white sparks which is flashing so that's good yeah he is just going to swing down Holy Shit shout out to the two crew goofing straight up that's it all right and then that is your turn beverly so is my bonus action I'm going to go ahead and use you are this glowing beacon of hope you see some of the fires Go ahead and GIMME persuasion check. What was the name of that box that you were talking twenty-nine net cheese yet they give you you see that there are two in here add gives you the help action it's going to give you advantage on your attack Nice let's attack I'll right knee twenty one to hit he's got Perry that one okay all right all right that hits carry Perry oh him and he just walk slowly towards him and I say when she raised me for P. 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Help My Neighbour's Got A Big Package

Help I Sexted My Boss

27:25 min | 2 years ago

Help My Neighbour's Got A Big Package

"Can I just ask? Yeah. What did you do last night? Who you with? You and Ben had a nine ounce. It was my invitation at it was a gig. In Camden, that you probably wouldn't be fun to come to. Anyway, should just start the episode. Welcome along to help. I six did my boss helpful advice for the daily struggles upload life. Well, that was the plan until Jordan turned up. Much to Williams displeasure Jordan has no filter and some of you may find what follows attached offensive. If you think you can't handle it press you pause button now. Hello and welcome to help us Sexton. My boss the podcast where we help. You navigate the challenges of modern life answering your twenty percents she questions and finding solutions to those everyday dilemmas. Like when he's the perfect time for a shower in the morning. I'd stay on these Tony Allen a train an okay thing to do out. Of course. Of course. What should you do if you've accidentally sex that your boss, but when not your usual, so we William Hudson? No, we're not Jordan north. I'm more finishing school. Whereas you just didn't finish school, right? Okay. I did actually finish them. I did. Yes. It's not funny. If I say okay, fair enough. Welcome back with we are two fingers three fingers deep into the new sale three episodes deep into the new series. So good. We have agreement that we try not to be created this episode. No, we actually think that we just need to I need to rain yet. We we have a sex in my boss me in allergist. I think we've had our annual review. Yeah. A just think that Anita Raina in abuse things. Yes. I'm not supposed to being honest, scientists west bit crude in moderation juicer. Ben, let's face it. He's talking so late. Could use spend so late Duckie's imbed. So I've been getting away with murder towards the past of episode thousand. She's very a very very good producible. Yeah. Which is need to rein innovate and Trevor Giovanni hang on. Why you now Benz number one time club is this after last night. Oh, yes. So jealous. This is. This is the beginning of the end. Let me tell you going off doing your own thing porridge in and the banana lately when the real talent behind. Asmi glass, then and I myself in bed when to a gig last night in Camden, and I feel I don't know availab- it they all could benefit that's kind of one nice down this as being funny with me today. It was a good last. I'd say first of all attacked him on a post money Instagram and every twenty minutes as anyone sitting TDM's yet, man. On his show, pens, go friend who is a delight. Delight is is anyone set him fit yet, man. Oh, let me try and his new shortage classes. Well, oh, the glasses, by the way. There's no prescription classes every time. I see him. I have to give him a Lennon's wipe. I watched him in the lift on the way out. He goes onto any one of my goals. So Jesse and then he fingered the lens. Well. You don't need to be Poirot to workout. Why getting to see so last night? Yeah. It was it was an Ben just to ruin the night. He had had about full pines. And he was pissed dang blame him after four of them. Fall pie. I've never had in my life. But I'd imagine after four we have six. I Beverly I had a few before we met because I got off to me show, full pints, bent, come the tube. And he was a joke, and you know, what he was doing on the tube. And a hate when offense do this. I detect imprint on you've got many now, I detest it. What anyone those days it was on the tube choir? Let's top device packed to be. When radio one's Jordan enough, everybody. We should have been easier to being on Brandon said, it's sex my boss, Jordan, north available night, June Spotify Acosta and all good podcast platforms. Correct. But over the not we we had literally night. Sorry. Can you couldn't commit was just and an annuity depreciate? And how was your Sunday evening? What did you do did the Onnaing? Did you ought to be? Because as always such a good wife watch. Episode nine of Jesper housewives series six guard and went to bed. Early. That was great. Yeah. Yeah. How's mikey? Yep. Are you going to be asked you with me for the rest of the episode? No, no, no, no, no. I'm over it could be such considering you're an etiquette expert, and the Pittsburgh can't sold about inclusion something that really you need to lend a bit more about. Oh my God. He's actually this is a good question. Yeah. Like me I've got loads offense. What should you do? If you've only got one ticket for gate, the a few friends what go to I didn't want to carry. It's up more than she told me through your evening. When did you meet, Ben? Just stuff to five in what time did they start? Nine o'clock between five and nine. What we doing having dinner having a meal having during the drinks. Yeah. So where was my invitation to that bitch gone? Did you only have one cease at the restaurant within God's restaurants? Pope me, and Ben where our on a night out get over. It was the etiquette inviting friends that's a good question. I think well, you try, and then you go I've only got one tickets experts, and it's going to come. Let's go sedation. Jari win you next free. You get that Jason the diary. So at least that ain't feel after all, right? How about if you've like? You want to go out with you mates? But there's always out may the bit that you don't really wanna come. 'cause they're seven nine that. When you've got it. I said show, I get it. What do you do that? Is he blew to not invite somebody even if they're going to win unite? Well, why are you friends with them? Well, because everyone's gotta made this, you know, like Johnny was end the patient flowing through such this age could Janice. I don't know. I don't know. But. She always believes in book as and stuff. He's on street. Anyway, let's be buddies as listening now knows Genesis piss on the street. I'm alright ramrod, gene. Davis. I think you move in very different circles to me so Mikey's Goja. Yes. Oh, good. And I'm really going to get over being shot last night. Happy news. Yeah. We've got a birthday to celebrate. It's our birthday, Jordan who's the podcast shorts. It's our four hundred twelfth birthday. Oh, how long we've been doing this now one first birthday Chile Paducah chance. Oh, what do you mean? To sing my friend Jonathan's birthday song. Happy birthday. Yes. Go free. Wish you many happy returns of the day. We hope you will be healthy and strong all the way quick to do. Right. Slow to do wrong and thoughtful to others all the day long. Specialism is how push people got it's how it's how they sung Asian often. Which is where he grew up is the Queen in that sings happy birthday. No. Because we just do it. We wish you a happy birthday, we want you. Happy birthday. We wish you happy birthday at a really good day. Well, who knew there was seventy variants standard. Nick off. This country, right which is very good series. Good. Well, anyways. Korea. Oh, bet you never be NCO SCO, Lydia. What was Nance Chow give you fifty beat the birth to be seeing give you fifty fifty hook. Oh, let's see that says this is this workplace on. I actually feel awful punching and career is the best yoke. Yep. Good will to the beginning, you read when is the perfect time for shower and use it in the mornings you show it. I've shoveled this Mon in in filth. Smell fresh is a day. Oh, no, hang on come back here. Ghetto feature. It's your birthday too. Uh-huh. Fifty of William give me a dead. Then. On that point sloughs time you go without me. That was good fail. It's is going to sniff me. Let's do a happy birthday toast. Yeah. Okay. Day, minneapolis. We didn't think it would sound good as the sound. Are we allowed to say Minneapolis returns? Yes. Old best Bonanno Vasa saying from Lana neighbors say yet, we didn't clink I'm not tempted to clink ones. Dying inside. So any lessons that we've learned from all first year? That's a great question. I've learned also too many too many things I think I've become a bad person because of this podcast to be fair. You couldn't have gone further down. So the only way was out. I feel like this is a social experiment for you though. You put line in diarrhea and stuff, and I've learned that. I love g Andy yet. I mean, I like it before. But I really like, yeah. I I really liked when you go to balls and things is the first thing, you you look all the bottles out and try and work out diplomat. Yeah. Know Israel's as producer Pat yesterday. Yeah. It was a group a lot bring it up again. So we agree pods at the table. And this is so braised. So this three noises lots Mike when the mates Walkin. So there's I saw four of them. And then about five minutes Navan community. Nevan come in. And they'll win. And then about ten minutes. I two guys come in. And the Owen. Yeah. Then the time this guy comes in on his own. I'm one of them went away. Is just no my friend walks in. And I go whose are whose our whilst the correct way to greet someone they walk in. If there's a crowd of you, go fabulous is the do. Not call me old fashioned good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening. Happy birthday. You like a Harry Potter demento, you he's the life of everything. Honestly. Couple of questions have got this week. This is the etiquette expert Dr in. Issues lately. Driving with friends first of all Batman numerology. Wa no matter. How old you get no matter what area as shotgun. Always count on. It was shotgun. Why are you comes not permissive? Why why if you honest to God's honest to God, what's his shotgun. Don't say like that shotgun at despair. Right. You drive in say, you're the driver. And this me you Ben a monkey. Yeah. Right. And I shout yoga who will. I just pull over. No before we got in the car. Right. Yeah. That means that I get in the front while I've got plenty from in the Bank. Oh my God. You've never heard of shotgun. Just right, basically Jean Davis. If you're listening if you twenty five fifty eight thousand five hundred and five if you shout shotgun. The first person shout. Shotgun has to go in the front. I've never heard of shark on. No second thing. Backstreet drivers. How do you deal with a box seat driver? Because I am a terrible driver. Oh, you I am an UPS driving test fairly recently in the grand scheme of things because most of us fail seventeen eighteen you passed one. How old were you about things about three or four years? So what you were twenty twenty one. Oh, it'd be K. Oh, okay. I'm sorry known cling on adjust the aid, Betty and honest Doke typically, China one test failed actually still doubt midway through. I have to say I am not I'm not saying with driving. I did actually take five times positive test. I was seven we used to feel so much better about my life. I didn't know you five tired and was three that was three. Hypocrites that we set as a temp dot com. Has kind of name beyond the bloody wheel. Could you drive Kenya? Hauling goal was driving me mad. So yeah, how'd you deal nothing? No nine than about sheet driver and someone. That's my thing. You just need. You just turn the radio off a bit louder or you say, obviously, a good station radio to or something or you just say to them. Thank you. I think I have this. Because usually, let's be honest. And if you're listening, you'll be like, if it's someone you know, he'd like shoot up I'm driving you're in the back. But no down. That's the word. You would. I wouldn't. I had I had the weekend. I was saying my parents, I was driving them home from my aunts and uncles they'd had a few too many glasses of wine, and they would they would take we'd routes through the streets of Bristol through Bristol. I didn't even know existed, and they were knowing and I just kept calm kept my eyes on the road. Mike. He was getting more annoyed than I was. We just need to keep calm. Don't let it get to you. Because at the end of the day you all driving lethal weapon. That's what was told to me in my. Fourth exam. No, I failed. My first driving test for being too polite. I did there's actually a newspaper article with that headline. We'll put it on Instagram days. I so I was in western superman doing tasks, and I got I was literally driving back into the test center. And there was a particular Laurie coming out, and but well, I'd let him go. I know actually he lets he let me go first. Pence lawfully that Joey that you didn't get articulated lorry on spoke welded it. Oh, I see. Oh, I see very funny. So I am. You wing to me. Special moment. So took my hand off the wheel to thank him for letting me onto the junction because I could remove my hand from the wheel the examiner said I was not in control of the vehicle, and so he failed must be the only person to pass the tests would be polite. No, I failed my test failed the test for other than that. I would have passed. No, I'm asking you because I've had car trouble recently. I think if people, you know, this is why I'm asking you. If you moment. Sure Oprah if she fed if it she partners mom or a friend of a friend or your partners Fendi, and he's let's face it. It's always told me don't really know who's bit of garbage. Like, oh, you want to take a lefty apol- ignored satnav tackle left Queen Street. Roundabout second left. You'll be that quick. There's always someone like that. So how would you deal with someone like that someone that you don't really know you giving them a lifetime? If you after you have sort of polite me thank them for their advice, but told him that you've got is then just don't respond to just do it your own way. Okay. Now, it says here Jordan's joke of the week. Oh forgot about this. It was hard getting over my date to the hokey cokey. And find out after the break the punch. That'll that'll keep him. Welcome back. So before Jordan's joke of the week. It was hard getting over my into the hokey cokey, but I've turned myself around, and that's what he's all about. To be honest. You can switch off. Now. I mean, Jordan, you've you've do some pretty good jokes. That was terrible. It's good. I'll you're gonna lie. Okay. No, no, let's say next week because I really want to tell them because forget what you call a Frenchman who encourages people to smoke don't know peer pressure. Now is that what you should own Robin Cook. Was okay. Cokie shit. You right. A live show update before we do the listens questions live show up. We've pretty much nearly sold out. So if you still wanted to come and see us, then there's a few tickets left in London, go on the website when it get some tickets sex and my boss dot com, we promise it'll be a good nice. We had to put it on extra date. We have to plant excited to cancel things. I know we have two things about. So if you wanna come we promise you good laugh, we did a live show just before Christmas. And it was it was great fun. So if you want to conceal I shall tickets on that theory, it's got to sex that my boss dot com, which we promise we will make you laugh. We think yes, I'm going to tell my PI joke wouldn't know never. No never. They've already told you what you call the French money some bills Philippe flop. Yes. Right. Should we get the question? Yes. The best part. We've lived so much in this first part already evidently because lesser it's quite nice handwriting. D- what even Jordan I have just gone into here. Eleven in school. And there is a bunch of girls in my form who are really smart like the type that cry if they get under ninety percent in a test for yes, I had a few of those William was one of them Phoebe. I really wasn't. Anyway, whenever we have a whole form test, for example in maths. They always ask me what I get in it and bearing in mind, I'm okay at maths. I get within the ages and ninety percent because that's amazing. Get is really good better than I did after I tell them what I got. And they will always laugh at my score as if somehow it was an unworthy school. How do I confront them nicely? The time happy with my results and ask them to stop laughing at my school. And that's from Phoebe Phoebe gonna tell you something now school is the toughest time in your life. School can be horrible. There's nothing you will you. You will go into work. You will go to university you'll go to college, and you will meet loads of lovely nice people that will be your friends for life and saying this is someone that's been to school. There's been too many schools school these tough, right? Don't ask these girls. My advice, don't even speak to them. Yeah. And if they ask I think, you could just tell them and don't care, but I guess they're not being very nice to you. We could just lie and tell them you got my eight. Yeah. Because then don't basically don't worry about and don't even worry about how you should come from don't even speak to them. But I promise you Yates and eleven is tough is tough school is tough. You will not go through a harsher time. It's just I don't worry about it. The best thing goes in years to come. When you do wealthy self and you doing all, right? These people that you didn't go on school. Try your best. May they'll China Jim Facebook or trying to have a pioneer when the sadly they care so much about their own results. Because clearly they've got some insecure is and then laughing at you because they're trying to make themselves feel better about themselves. And they're using you as the fodder and to be perfectly honest test results, whether it's just tests in school, you're Jesus seizure A-levels, although they're important at the time, you're doing them as long as you get good grades and you pass them when literally wants you leave university. Nobody ever asks you what your grades? Actually, I can't even remember my grades. Nobody asks me what mcgready was gonna. They think you haven't got. I got I university of Sunland in TV radio producer. Nobody every six me about my who didn't I I I got I first class on his degree. You'll completely negating. What you said to he? No now. Phoebe? Honestly. Yeah. That was really sweet. Well, I think that was good. We did. Well, then. Have a team high five you that was really sweet lie that was. Thank you that was that was a handwritten letter. So we'll get one hundred and response from me. And do course if you want to write to us, whether it's by Email or like Phoebe dude by hand. Then all the information is on the website. Okay. The next question has sent in on Instagram from LA chic person. Hello, hello. William and Jordan. I'm so excited that you're podcasters comeback. The both of you make my day so much more likely. Thank thank you to ensure mission. We're not Spanish when dining amongst friends. If there are four or less of us. We have a new grandma moment. When dining amongst friends. If there are four or fewer of us, do we wait for everyone to get their meals before starting our own. And if they are tenable must we really waste until our food is cold. Also, I really despise saying bhonapha team. It sounds rather Cohen. Thank you. Well, can I'll jump in first of all you go from Baltimore up saying Bon apetit, you didn't say that. You don't say anything you didn't say on a Petit didn't say please start. You don't say enjoy your food tuck in anything like that you take your cue from the host or the hostess. But I like it when you go from say enjoy your meals. Well, okay. You the ways it can say that as a as a group of people in a private household. Okay. Oh, whatever. So you just don't and really if your sitting on the same table as everyone this same actual table. You really should wait for everybody to have their food. If it's ten or fewer, I agree if it's a huge banqueting table, then you just wait for the people around you. But really correctly hosted host and the guest of honor will be so first. And then once they started you may start when your food gets there. It did used to be the educate history alert. It did used to be the advocate that we own going back several hundred years the soon as you'll food if it was hot unless it was code if it were hot, and it goes in front of you you started. But that was when in England the houses were built with the kitchen so far away from the dining room because they will panicked. Will they worried that if a fire happened in the kitchen, it would set the house ablaze why they? Why they kitchen so far away even basin. Thank you. But now modern technology fine prevention at cetera. There will be with inside the main house. So it's fine. So the educators to wait for everybody next question. Dear William, Jordan, and. See is my family has said the time cack-handed as it mealtimes. I use my folk with my right hand with my left. Apparently, this is wrong. I spoke with my boyfriend about this Asia's heat is the same. We both right handed have always done this. He suggested I E mail in as we're both fans of the podcast and could use the help of leading etiquette experts answer this. What is the proper education of using a knife and fork, I'm left handed? Yeah. So how'd you eat? I don't know. I couldn't tell you. But all can which hand gone. Let me get U Penn as if in four key molest. Okay. So that's conventionally we normally remember force of session on the left and the held in the left because the word folk FA wall K has four less wood left Elliott t has four letters. So the on the left knife spoon and the word, right? They will have five letters. And so they are go on the right and a held in the right hand, why we eat with a knife in the right hand or goes back into the fact that that was the hand that we use for carrying our weapons, and our swords and people used to think there was something wrong with you. If you were left handed, we all know now that actually left handed people, they're fully paid up members of society. There's nothing wrong. Actually, they're probably in some cases, more intelligent than others. Yup. Not always the case. But generally, they are they're fine. So if you wish to eat. With your knife in your left hand on your fork in your rights, then you just pick them up. Switch them still think down the knife still finger down the fork, no McDonald's arches, it should be straight fingers and you eat conventionally like so it isn't really much of an issue. But what if he got candid lightly used to say, they should owner that they're just switching which is fine. Yeah. My grandmother was left handed. But literally it was beaten out fish can write with her left hand. Couldn't miss I with her left hand is awful, my great grandma had tell because all my family's left-handed apart from my younger brother because my grandma and grandad you still cuffed him again, really old fashioned. Who'd you think you aren't they the penalties left on putting's right on because people you think you're wrong with that. I am great Granddad. His hands were like, really bad. I want to say there were bad by wrangled because the non Jews to hit him on his left hand when he used to put the penalty statement. The next problem. Next question. Please Mr. etiquette expert. William handsome business from Hattie. Hi, guys. My friend told me this joke the other day. And I thought it would make a great question say someone's neighbor has ordered a sex toy and your dog has ripped open their Pasol. What do you do? Apparently, they talked about in that class progressive. And the three main owns is where I buy new one and send it to them. We wrap it in posted to them or I throw it away. So what would you do? Let's let's put this into layman's terms, right? So neighbors took him hassle from next door. I'm let's be blunt. They said, although. Yes. You can't go out to your neighbors house. Bilbo? No, just like what Blinn about and around. So. Dildos love drops off this morning this game through box. Whereas it should be coming through yours. This actually happened to my moment. Dad, of course, it right? And it also happens to a guy where with we can. I just ask was the they had the deal that accidents or. Yeah. So we think it was it was it was in a really suspect package. Do we got said my love of his mom. That's definitely dildo moments. Like, oh now you set his so she sent him around to give I think an answer to this question. I would probably I like the idea of buying them in you one and then sending it to them, not minimally. But I think probably give it a wash re rap hits and pulpit next door. I think that's probably. Gives you can't pretend it's not been delivered because you have to sign for it. So I just yeah. I'd be repaired or just posted for a never speak of again. Is that it? Yes. So if you're going to tell a friend one thing that you've learned from this podcast. 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22:59 min | 11 months ago

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My listeners can go to ziprecruiter dot com slash horn that's ziprecruiter dot com slash. H. O. R. N. ZIPRECRUITER DOT COM Slash Horn ziprecruiter. The smartest way to hire Anthony Davis. What are you doing to speed these watch? Sesame STREET LISTENS GUYS ON SESAME STREET. Children's show what two three six days that gets up off who do. Have you believe Oscar the GROUT IN DENVER? Okay to me in. This show's history. There are Maddie many cruel to need moments. So if you thought they needed to prove to you. They can beat the books in clippers who they were only three against going into this weekend here. Is Your laker proof. Lebron scoring or assisting on nineteen points in the fourth quarter including the final thirteen. Patrick Beverley unguarded Lebron. He described the challenge. The NO CHALLENGE. No challenge or challenge. You were there all weekend. Both games the Lakers just proved to you. They're the favorites. I think most importantly they prove to themselves that this is something they can do with the current constituents they have on that Roster Lebron to a d is one thing but when you get a night where McGee steps up Aku's misteps up at the same time and they managed to get the bucks and then last night you have a situation where Rondo and Avery. Bradley comes out of nowhere in order to contribute. Then you've got the pieces together the stick okay. They could really do this. This isn't just Lebron and a bunch of the Non Lebron's if you take out of that they've really got some pieces and they beat the best teams in the League on the way to doing. It's a confidence builder for them. As much as it is for the rest of the League showing knowing that they can do it as well. What are you when someone says they need to prove to you? You've heard that one before on this. Show the Lakers proved to you there. Contender enjoy listening to. I'm listening to Clinton and Javale McGee and McGee's who I've always gone to. He played here for analytical information. Yes I think they did I. I think clips absolute right and he was there. Courtside that that because of Lebron because of Anthony Davis we talk about the pairs that are in the League in Dallas. And of course in Milwaukee and you go around the league with the clippers. This is the best pair and pro basketball when you add. Anthony Davis Lebron James. And what they were able to do when you. Nobody's done this in like twenty years where they beat the top two teams in the League of the top three on the same weekend. I know. That's an analytical explanation that we don't really need to serve analytics. I think that's just the that they be but like where you're going there especially with that sesame street's I can blackstock don't show Archie Miller. That's what he will although. Mcgee also played here in Washington DC. I consider him to find out how good this Lakers team is. Would they surprise us right off the bat this year we did not think that these two would gel as quickly as they did. We were amazed by how good they were earlier this year. And Guess What? Now's getting to be crunch time now. It's getting to be real basketball season. Now it's getting to be playoffs. And they are in fact looking like the best team in basketball and why is because of what Clinton said they have something the bucks they don't have. They have a lot of depth. They have a lot of veteran experience. And that's something that you need. When the Real Games get played frank guys? Sola well they also have the biggest winner active winner in the NBA. Lebron James and Frank Bogel said it right. This is the best weekend. Lebron has had on a Lakers uniform. Go back to a year ago. The Anthony Davis traded fallen through Lebron was dealing with a groin injury which limited him to fifty games and also he had alienated his teammates. Think about where he is right now. He's playing as well as any player. In the League. The Lakers right for my money are the best team in the League and he proved that this weekend Friday against the bucks Sunday against the clippers. So you're focusing on the Clinton and Kevin we're focusing more on the non Lebron's as Clinton said that's interesting to me because everybody was just Lebron. Mvp like this weekend shifted the races. That the way you see Frank I sola you know what I really do I. I'm going to go back to Sunday's west Sunday's game against when he had the triple double but look at the way that he played. He's smart not WanNa win all the time but he knows what he's going up against the last two games and then Leonard better than both in those games and his team won the game and I think a big thing Tony which a lot of people focusing on is the fact that he's thirty five and we know in the media gets down to vote. Sometimes they like voting for the better story and Lebron's winning believe it or not is a story than the so you think that's okay if if if MVP becomes about who's got the better story. No I don't think it is even though we forget the age because Karl Malone was a thirty five year old. He's doing this in his seventeenth season. That's what's impressive but remember it's early March. The season ends April fifteenth. That's all of voter Clinton. Yates you wanted to focus on the non Lebron's but do you believe the MVP shifted this weekend. I don't think it's shifted but I do think Lebron caught up in a way that the voters is frank trusted dance around that word. We'RE NOT ALLOWED TO SAY. Take very seriously because look. That is a very important part is what he's done with this team considering what they've been up against. And if you don't take that into consideration you're not being real about the history of this award so I think that he had a lot to catch up to because you honestly number so outrageous and people now can realize maybe this actually is something that deserves based on this. I don't put words in your mouth but I believe you said it was over her two weeks ago last week. Lebron was locked in the second. It was already honest award. Sure and I told you last week that those people that are on the fence with look these two games over the weekend and that might sway them and so when you've got one hundred one voters twenty. Two of them are from this network. They're going to have an impact on what happens. And if you're honest is hurt for a while longer you know that would give them abroad and even better to have to realize it over the weekend gets ally and against Jaanus. He had more than they had combined in points rebounds assists black shots in steals. I mean when you better than the other two guys by yourself you have to realize that people are shifting. That weight in the final twenty games are going to move okay is what he paid shifting that way after. Us crying the race over. What if as leaning well? I like I like older people. You know all right okay. All Right Ed Kevin Black to the MVP RACE. Shift this weekend. Sure did if you go to the videotape from what I said last week it did shift now Lebron James even further in front of John as far as on and you saw this weekend look this. Forget about his age. I don't care if he's twenty five. What did this weekend against? Kawai who's an MVP AGAINST JANAS SUSAN MVP MVP candidate against teams? That some people have picked going to the finals. That says enough. He can do this on any given night. And let's not forget. He's stepped up also to try and Jaanus I mean that's that's what that's what a great player does. So he is great in his what he wants to make the argument of. Y- honest his value were seeing right. Now he's out of the lineup score. Let up one forty two phoenix that not prove value to you for it absolutely does and let's remember with all due respect to Khris Middleton. That's the book. Second Best Player the Lakers best player is Anthony Davis. That's a whole different ballgame until lebrons credit. He he's made them better. But having Anthony Davis as your sidekick helps you guys are trying to play both sides of the table here. You're telling me that Lebron the other Lebron's on the Lakers Anthony Davis everyone else is really raising their level of play. And we're talking about the box and you're telling me. Yana says nobody around him. And doesn't that prove that you honest is the most valuable player? Ed Clinton Yates. I've told you from the beginning. The goal for Lebron is to be the MVP of the Lakers so he can be the MVP of the finals. That doesn't mean that what John is does is it of more value to the box. This woody just because you're talking about Anthony Davis. He's going to take some of those. Mvp votes away from abroad. That's why with Janas in regard to Janas with this injury. You gotta be very careful with him going forward though they're not GonNa Win Seventy Games. They they better be concerned about getting your focus shift. That happened feet away from where you work eight so when you saw him go down. What do you think it was? It was scary. It was a jump out of your seat moment. Because the way he sort of buckled on his knee and he popped up really quickly and I thought to myself. If this wasn't this game he'd probably sit out the rest of this game and if I see anything in him I would definitely have him on the bench. If I were maybe Patrick Beverley should be the final. Mvp vote and it could tip it either because you know. It's not a challenge at all to to cover Lebron James. Not at all not at all I love beverly. I love that. He would say that we all know does either. That's not the case and I wonder what Lebron big theory that we're gonNA move on now DB N. T PARIBAS. Open the bills itself as the biggest tennis tournament the world outside the Grand Slam and hours before I serve. It became the first major. North American sports event cancelled for Corona virus. Meanwhile public health officials in Santa Clara County last week. They recommend the San Jose sharks cancel their own games. The sharks politely declined that option. The NHL taking measures to remove media bell building dressing rooms now only podium access. And you heard maybe Lebron James after Friday nights win over Milwaukee talking about the NBA's at least thought that they could games and empty arenas Lebron's politely declining that. So how does it all sit with you? Well he's going to have to play. I mean he's talking about. I played for the fans. There's eighteen thousand into building. There's several million around the country. They will be watching the game. I think it's quite a possibility that this will happen. And you've got to be prepared for it so they are they're talking today the NBA is about exactly what they're going to do but he needs to stop back stop and think about what he said that he's got he's got he's playing for the NBA's playing for the Lakers. He played for the fans with their fans throughout the country for him. So that was a mistake. I think to go out and make a statement like that AIDS. I don't WanNa go overboard on this. But I've said it before people listen to Lebron James. This was flip at best irresponsible at worse. The bottom line is that if this is what it takes in order to stop what is obviously a global pins. Emmett from spreading this is what the NBA and Lebron James should do so for him to be sort of so casual about it to me was a little disappointing because it signals to people. This isn't that important. It's a pretty big deal across the globe thinking about Kinsley Olympics folks. It's a big and he was hit with that right after the game. Remember Lebron James was a load management guy in the past not playing in games so the fans I think Lebron's this is all about rebuilding his image after what happened last season and putting it out there. Hey I'm all for the fans but come on the Lakers. Pay His salary and two woodies point. If you're playing games you're going to be playing games for people on TV not just. The eighteen thousand in the building gave a blackstone and. I'm sure you all saw Rinaldo. Did this weekend right when he got off the bus and he started shaking imaginary people's hands and he goes out is one of the biggest stars and sports on on the planet. If not the biggest and played before empty empty stands. So if all those doing that Lebron will wind up doing that. Blackstone I asked her professor Kevin Blackstone the clock in here professor of journalism at Maryland. When you hear a league saying you know what the Media Bell Building. We need to change that as the initials doing. How does that strike you? Well I mean I think. It's an overreaction. But you know you hear people talk about the dangers of this and how freaked out. People aren't so I think you have to err on the side of caution and I can understand that there's other ways we can get news rather than a press availability I say again. Anthony Davis went to the mouth and then he went to the high fives. Cdc watching that and then they're also watching the deer snakes at the football game. They got to be in their hands. God Bless Audi. And yes the Commissioner of the XFL was. They're doing it too but we don't need to be passing saliva. That what. This kid went to camp twice a year. Something extraordinary happens. You get access to exclusive. Dell employees savings does my annual sale is here and uncompromising designs are now yours for less save an extra seventeen percent on Dell and alienware computers with Intel core processors. It's time for you to upgrade to new modern devices with windows. Ten saving a wide selection of top brand electronics and accessories plus free shipping on everything. Call eight hundred buy. Dell or visit Dell Dot com slash annual sale. That's eight hundred. Buy Dell welcome back to around the horn brought to you by chase coming to you from the seaport district here. Seventeen maybe psychology. Maybe IT'S REVERSE PSYCHOLOGY. Maybe DOUBLE SECRET REVERSE PSYCHOLOGY REPORT ABOUT THIS NFL CBA proposal that some owners want Ainhoa from players so they can go in harder negotiations. Next time break the players get what they really want. An eighteen game season clean gates has strikes his grimy but certainly unsurprising from an NFL otas group. That's known to do whatever they can because they know their labor force is so replaceable. They dangled out some extra money for extra games and everybody bid on it and said Hey I take that kind of cash and so now by negotiating and saying well how about more money for two more games doesn't surprise me at all even though that's not exactly the page that's not a tactic it's threat. I mean they're greedy. They're not greedy enough. They won't now eighteen games instead of seventeen. Talk about these are few owners. That didn't vote for to begin with thinking they didn't get enough and the player's GonNa vote and they're going to pass this and those owners are going to be stuck. We'll be here though that it's a scare tactic. Is that a possible Kevin Blackstone. Isn't it happening? Negotiations a scare tactic like this to kind of tacky. Sure I'd like to see them. Try it because you want to see no. Nfl next year. That's the way to do it. Try and force an eighteen game scheduled down these guys throwing Clinton's absolutely right they dangle money in front of the most vulnerable guys the guys who who have shortest window and would reap the most benefit but this is about the league going forward as far as the players association concerned and they need more rank. When you hear that some owners want to know that means it's the deal players should take no I. I think they're going to take it and I do think it's a scare tactic for me. You can't be an owner and sit there and talk about players health and wellbeing and want them to play. Eighteen Games. Come on eighteen games. Three four playoff games. And that's ridiculous. At this point we move on my favorite story in the show I believe we teased this earlier. Archie Miller on the bubble with Indiana. And when you're in the bubble you do silly things watch sesame street and you listen to the guys on sesame street children's show every bracket collagen children show but when you start to go through the bracket technology and you listen to Sesame Street cartoon guys on TV you need people to Click and do all this stuff. The bottom line is strength of record when I was in Atlantic ten. Joe Already was my best friend. Who used to help me all the time. When I went Indiana he needed a crap on Indiana the other day. Just so people would watch discussing history. All right what he pays. I love your time already. Is it fair for TC from a bubble coach no not at all speaking cartoon or Comic Strip characters? This archie is a joke at you. Don't go after Sesame Street and institution for fifteen years in this country to all the kids what he should be concentrated on. His is promoting his own program. He should've had his media. People bring the reasons why they should be included in the NCWA. Turn but not picking on big bird and Kooky of course but he did bring out their resume. All the quality wins. They have this year. They also have quality losses Kevin Blackstone and many losses and. That's the whole point. I mean bracket Talapity is the early you basis off of strength of scheduling in all these other things. These aren't just comedic things that they come up with all the money. I spent a sesame place over the years. I know that much I a fair critique from a bubble coach Woody Bertha Work Promotion. That's what Joel Nardi. And people like him are doing. They're hoping to promote the sport fans like this stuff. And if you're Archie Miller worrying about the fact that you lost twice to purdue as opposed to picking a fight with Joel and Arctic. That's you own apology. Sesame Street you want politics Joel. Embiid exactly let me tell you. Exactly how not to get the tournament street by insulting. The very people might actually be watching your game and giving you a chance in the situation. You want to start somewhere. How about finishing in the top three hundred and I don't know field. Goal percentage or three point percentage. Because that's never happened when you were coaching Clinton. Yates coming in Rohr. Fire Sell Three. What went wrong between the nets and Kenny Atkinson? Everybody has the idea it's Some certain players but it also should be said. This is a team right now. The seven seed. They're going to the playoffs. I saw this is your cat. Only ON PRE AND POST GAME. What happened here was Atkinson given a raw deal? And who is this team looking at the coach? He absolutely got a raw deal. Kyrie Irving played in twenty games or eight and twelve in. Those Games are actually better without him and Kevin Durant get to play. I do not agree with making season. Coaching change for a team. That's going to be a playoff team. Asked for who may be the guy. If it's not job on I got a name for you. How about Tim Duncan? Remember the Pacers hired Larry Bird in Doug Carter recall around? Why not showing mark knows. Tim Duncan played with them. We're all these personalities right now. Let's get you believe this was ordered by Iran's or irving well if it wasn't Tony here's what I would say. Did they stay in there and say no no? No WE WANT KENNY. Atkinson to be our coach and it takes said that you think you'd be coaching today. I think as you read on this. I'm really supposed to believe that act said no I do not WanNa to coach Kevin Durant no. I do not want to coach. Kyrie Irving why would you say that? This is a mutual parting of ways. When everybody knows that's not the case. I like Thai. Lue In this Position Foot. I'm not believing coming from the nets. Ken Page you got a guy that got him in the playoffs last year. He's going to get him in again this year. He's GonNa have no chance whatsoever. They'd better go find somebody better not be. Tim. Duncan has Coached by the season. But they both our free and Kevin Durant really like Devon blackstock. What it's all about. Well I'll just say this based on what can you I consider gun in Brooklyn seems extremely unfair but this is a players league and if Kevin Durant went in there and flashed his MVP and his championship rings in the owners face and said I have somebody else in mind. You Might WanNa have too busy summer to see. Who's going to be coaching irving again and what he paid slumped. It's I love. The time drove Kevin Black ticket seats. Another Cy Sola showdown a frank. I saw covering the she believes come this weekend. Us Hey over. Spain and Red Bull Rita so that was good. The competition's getting better back next up port is TV. Loved hardens quadruple. Double Saturday rockets. Another double digit loss on Sunday to the magic. Tony says they've hit rock. Bottom Clinton has small ball hit rock bottom absolutely getting banged out by the by the Hornets and then by the magic on your home court. You can't have that. It's not just a small ball. They're playing too many guys. This looks like yet another Dantonio team. Tired at the end of the Rock bottom would come tomorrow if they lose to Minnesota but when you woke up this morning Tony. Oklahoma City traded for Chris. Ball has forty wins. Houston thirty nine not bad for okay. See Okay we're talking about Houston There's always another rock bottom. We'll move odds except fell to five weeks. They have refereeing controversy. They finally arrived. Heather refereeing controversy. Frank what did you think of this game? Cookout look at these three seconds two seconds remaining and never played them out. Well they they made a huge mistake. Just like you're making a mistake with the scoring the different. Let's give a little bit of credit here not bad for a newly okay. Clearly there's always another rock bottom as frank just indicated. But what do all these my older referees? If you're not even going to get the calls. Right at the end of the game come on skype. Three Point Boys Frank. This was a one possession. Game that nine point. You're making a mistake. Just like make mistakes. But Clint Gates gets thirty seconds of face like to call some attention to the case of a man named Jonathan Irons. He's in prison in Jefferson City Missouri. And He is the person who Maya Moore Minnesota Lynx player and Basketball God has been working the last two years to get a sentence overturned. It is actually happened. Why this is important. Because Maya didn't just jump out as liberty and say get this guy out of prison. She educated herself on what? This system is in this country in order to educate you. Myanmar has made incredible sacrifice for one. Man It just might vote incredible. Absolutely it really is being the change you want to see in the world that the justice thank you my more. We'll see you tomorrow.

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Best of The Odd Couple for Jul 30, 2020

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

30:03 min | 6 months ago

Best of The Odd Couple for Jul 30, 2020

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Be sure to catch US live every weekday from seven pm to ten PM eastern four to seven Pacific or Fox sports radio find your local station for the odd couple at Fox sports radio DOT, com, or stream live every day on the iheartradio APP by searching F S. You're listening to the best of the odd couple with Chris Bruce and rob. Harker. Lakers clippers to night you wanNA, try to play it off like it's an exhibition game. Wholeheartedly disagree now is it the most important game in the world? No, but here's what I'm saying. If the Lakers come out and play a full game by give Lebron plays, it's thirty four minutes. Eighty plays his thirty four minutes. Then I'm telling you. This is virtually a must win for the Lakers. Stop Must Win for the Lakers and here's why I say it. Because the Lakers and this is a credit to them. Loving their attitude so far in a bubble Lebron James looks like the best leader in the game he's got his team zoned in their serious. He looks like he's in great shape like he took the shutdown seriously a worked out every day he looks great eighties playing their healthy and the clippers the exact opposite clippers been lolly gagging half the team's leaving the bubble you know where Lou Williams has been. A wise not playing well in the three exhibition games I mean they're just coasting through this thing not taking it seriously. Here's my point. If tonight. After. Nonchalantly, entering the bubble. Tonight with no mantras Herro no Lou Williams I haven't heard yet about beverly I. Guess He's a game time decision unless somebody can let me know as he planned or not, but he may not be playing either. If the Lakers under these circumstances can not beat the clippers. Then, how in the world am I supposed to have any confidence? Outside of well, Lebron is great that they're going to beat them in four out of seven games. I'm telling you the Lakers need to win this game tonight. Because if they don't, the clippers will have beaten him three out of four times to those times they will not have even had their full complement of players and I'm just telling you. It's going to be an issue and I think the Lakers would be in deep trouble if they meet the clippers in the playoffs seldom right and wrong. Again Chris I, can't believe you're saying the first game back after a four and a half month layoff is so massive and so important. To a Lakers, team just beat the clippers back in March right before the shutdown beat both teams were at full strength. That gay matters way more than this one. Chris. Do you really think any of that? For, the Lakers tweet was and they delivered this game doesn't mean anything there's no way on. Earth. To Clippers doesn't mean anything to the lake. To ranker's let's give it over under how many minutes Lebron, GonNa play tonight thirty. Where if he doesn't if he plays twenty some odd minutes if he doesn't. Play him late and all that. That's one thing that's why I preface what I said by if they come out and play it like a real game. The neighbor to win already tell you how it's GonNa go. Okay. They're going to both teams are gonNA come out hard in the first half. They're going to want to go at the national TV audience back on the court, but they're going to give way to the bench guys and with so many players missing Rondo a Bradley Louis, all these guys out you're GonNa see lineups that have never played together before ever you'll come no one's GonNa play heavy minutes, Dion Waiters Jr Smith they've never played with the Lien but. and Jr going to be playing get into play tonight against. The playoff working them back in it doesn't matter what they do. Tonight, it matters what they do in a month. In the first round of the playoffs I can see the Lakers capping Lebron's minutes listen Chris I. Know You a little bit about basketball. You know about soft tissue injuries and when you come back after a huge layoff, you don't WanNa go to hard and risk a hamstring injury and getting silent for a month. Okay. There's no way I. I'll be shocked if Lebron plays over thirty minutes tonight absolutely shocked every time that they say Lebron is not gonNA play a lot he ends up playing thirty seven minutes. I mean you. Wouldn't be coaching malpractice if they will let the Bronx thirty. Thirty five years old is not up to vote. Who It on the ground. Put me in the game I really want to win this meaningless game against an hours. Now, maybe Lebron old pull himself out, but don't tell me. That's perfectly did not intend Oliveira leading illegal. Let's go to the raptors warriors in the finals. Okay Kevin Durant said I'm playing I. WanNa play I WANNA play. Eleven minutes in goes down season over Lebron play in that Game Kevin Variety on brings stay on topic son. They'll be bringing. Brian Designs Kettering decided and not have the Ju- low flat Lebron. James. How it stop how Catherine said put me on the court win and he got hurt if Lebron does the same and gets injured, you will never hear the end of it from the Lakers. The season will be ruined. This could be Lebron's best final chance title. You think he wants to go up in smoke in the first game back against the Clippers Chris. Have you lost your mind? Why are you sitting here talking about Lebron, James Getting hurt he's thirty five years. Old Chris Right. He's got last year when he was thirty four never really injured before that j Mac Wise Lebron if you so you so worried about injury wise. The average thirty, five minutes a game that was during the regular season he worked right and and isn't tonight a regular season game. Oh. That goes back to my question. How much is this game matter? I would say like one percent at this if the Lakers truly play it like you said. Then, yeah, is not going matter but if they come out and they go hard and Lebron goes our ad goes hard they better win. Let me ask your frank for the win your Frank Fogel for this game. Are you in Hudson? This is a win at all costs. We've gotTA play a De la Baronne. We need you know of course you're why would I wouldn't say that under any circumstance? This time not Frank Vogel I'm not a I don't carry the Lakers water like you do I, hear Jack Give saying the Lakers better win got two best players. You got your full complement of your team that's GonNa be there in the plows minors. Raison. Rondo and the clippers have been leaving the bubble left and right. They don't have some of their best players. They've beaten you two out of three. This season there deeper. They're hungrier. They got more dog you better beat them than Ny. You're so wrong Chris what ours. Isn't the Lakers full complement of their team they're? On Ball defender though it is no their best on ball defender also was. Avery Bradley he's not there anymore. It's not the full cup of no, but Jason he's he's not coming back exactly working the new. Lisin? You you just not making. For All intents and purposes avery Bradley is not on the team. So stop it they never played a on. It's never played a game without avery. Bradley. A big game without Avery Bradley and now you want to diss is everything this matters so much when they don't have a starting guard shooting guard their backup point. That's reliable young. One, I would rather see twenty five minutes from Jr Smith and dion waiters. Lebron jeans because the Lakers to figure out what their lineups are and their benching how It out without Lebron James Because, you work in the bench guys figuring out. You're very little time on the court without Lebron, James You gotta get these guys used to playing with Lebron totally disagree. I would rather see Lebron play forty against the clippers in the playoffs thirty five tonight there's zero value in. Lebron going full bore tonight. There's no win they're. Doing. It. Certainly not to win if they get I'll tell you that and you think the clippers are going to walk away from this. We didn't have. Lou will we have herald? We took them down. Really. Create an honestly if the clippers beat the Lakers again I, not remember don't take away my preface that if the Lakers played his heart. Okay. Okay and the clippers still beat them they already think they're better than the Lakers they're very I'd better than late. No know. Why Nathalie Better Paul George has gotten out of the first round at six years be sure catch live editions of the odd couple with Chris Broussard Rob Parker Weekdays at seven. PM Eastern, four PM Pacific on Fox sports radio and the iheartradio APP. Sometimes, our food is more than just food. It's an intricate part of our community. So this year discovers giving five million dollars to support black owned restaurants to places like Rodney Scott, Barbecue and Charleston Post Office pies in Birmingham back in the day bakery, Savannah and hundreds more places in your local community all across the country learn how you can show your support at discover dot com you mentioned it to Rick Bucur you believe the NBA needs. Zaylon Williamson and the Pelicans in the playoffs explain yeah I don't think there's any debate about this from when Zion blew up do obviously bucur did not doubt IT I. Doubt it at least there's a delay 'em do very often. The reality is I on blew up at Duke and he became must see TV their TV ratings for Duke, Games with Zaire were astronomical the highest rated NCAA tournament game that year was Duke Michigan State Because of Zion. Okay. So he gets to the NBA and is must see TV Chris Right now, the TV marketplaces crowded I look in the In the studio here, and we got guys looking at their phones all the time guys watching Netflix. There's so many options out there video games getting someone's attention in this day, and age is extremely difficult. Okay. It's hard for TV hosts, radio? Host unit. Zion Williamson is that dude he is magnetic away. The Jama rant is not and it's not a knock on genre great player but he's not I gotta turn on my TV to see what John Maran's. There's only a handful of guys like that listen. Kawai Leonard is an outstanding player. He's probably going to be a top twenty, five player time. He's not I got rearrange my schedule to watch Leonard. There are a couple of guys like that in Sports Patrick Mahomes is increasingly getting there. Recently. Yeah I mean he is. He's not in. Again. It's more difficult in the NBA He. He's I mean mess up your argument. He's there he's up there Mark Jackson hasn't one off game Lamar is there exactly I gotta see Lamar Jackson in the NBA listen? Anything like that Mahomes and we've never seen a guy with the power and the speed Ziya Williamson the size the girth around his waist, and he's still able to get that second jump faster than anybody I mean. I'm telling you right now it's tough to get viewers to watch sports honestly ratings for a lot of stuff for down. Before the pandemic obviously coming out right now everybody's watching sports but I think the NBA needs Zay the Pelicans to get that eight seed setting up a matchup Brandon Ingram wants revenge Lonzo ball wants revenge Josh Heart to an extent wants revenge, and then you got Zion who's going to be a load for Anthony Davis or Lebron whoever's guarding him I think that matchup would probably be Christian I'm not going overboard here. You could make an argument it will do among the best ratings ever for a first round NBA matchup. Ever Enough. Look. A lot of what you said is true in that Zion is definitely a an exciting player to watch. He is one of the most exciting players exciting draws in the league. Let's put it that way he people he's he's. A household name already people want to see what he can do he scores in bunches. I'll give you all that. But needs. Rebuke was right if the NBA Needs Zion Williamson in the playoffs. And that's not let me you had your moment. You had your five minutes. All right. If they needs Iowa sending the playoffs rookie, they're in trouble. They're trouble. All right. Lebron James wasn't in the playoffs as a rookie Lebron James went into playoffs Saito. Who is in the Leeann Time. Zaire Williamson, it would be nice. If he made the playoffs, it would be great. If he made the playoffs, it will be Dandy. If he made the playoffs, it will be icing on the cake. Yes. Yes. Yes. It would be better for the NBA if he made it but dean's. They still got Lebron James. They spill got James Harden to Russell Wilson a Russell Westbrook they've still got job Laura yes. If you want and you probably never saw John Moran Game You've seen highlights you've probably never watched a game I might even go ask because I to bears you. Job. Is. Not. Only productive. He is fun to watch the only things I ask got over Joh-. Is the name recognition. That's it. I went to Murray stay as I am with the do Zay I think Jock could beat Zion in the dunk contest. I think the crowd maybe be so high that they would give it the. Zion just because of his his name but jazz got a packager dunks. He's a tremendous passer. He can score he defends and he is led a group of no names who were garbage last year to the eighth seed right now. So they got been, enjoy Joel be they got Jimmy Butler and Bam Outta by you in Miami. Got Jason Tatum and a host of Nice players in Boston. They got yummy. Are you serious? They need via in the playoffs. This is where you hurt yourself. Day. Out of. Myself this is why you are known from sea to Shining Sea as Chris broussard's punching bag. Here's the here's. Your. I'm Gye who are hover as a guy who's covered the NBA maybe to close. Throughout, yeah that's a problem. You're too in bed with the league. No, you don't have an employee. Way. Of knowing stuff. Yeah I just. Want to just went to lunch with when I was hanging out here a guy who's like best buddies with one of the top players on the grizzlies he's been texting to throughout the. Say About John? La. I'm not going to reveal any of that stuff. I'll say Saturday. Say, John McCain is. He's in galvanizing force on that team leader of the team as a rookie. You don't see that a lot. He's got the guy's playing together. There's really good things going on a member. And I'm not disputing any of that I'm saying for the League and eyeball you deny is one word if you if you want to say, it'd be better for the League gives I know great for the. Really. So they're gonNA collapse if Ziya wouldn't use it as important they put Memphis. I gave. Friday afternoon. War. M Eastern. It might be Portland that's was first game. They're playing on a Friday at four PM nobody. That we allies the FDA. Its audience and guess who so more jerseys this year's I honor John Marin. Right, who's a number one draw the last year leave your the typical hitting you with facts. Yeah you. Don't care about basketball you care about all the. Facts you care about gambling. You Care About Jersey, sales, you care about storylines and drama and social media, followers and audit I. Bow. All Brow who been. That's what I wanted to see if the Guy Fares. Joke me I, know you talking me from playing basketball until twenty nine? But still don't come but here's the thing Jay Matt. I. Look. I Like Zion. I like Zion alive like I said, he scores in bunches. Here's the thing about Zion. And I told you this. Now. He's clearly their most popular player. But he is not leading them to the playoffs. If they get there, he's not GonNa be the driving force. I told you they win and then. Let me finish I told you there are ten and nine. With Zion. They were eleven and five doesn't mean let me finish. They started terribly six and twenty two. They were eleven and five, and then Zion goes back in they go. Hand. Brother Finish Oregon you talk about facts. These are facts F. A. C. T. S., fax? Brandon Ingram was the all. Who led them in scoring and leads scoring Lonzo ball is the playmaker. He says, everybody up drew holiday is the wily veteran who still youthful enough to balshaw. They got a nice squad. Now don't get me wrong. Zion is important. Zionist is a great interior score. Any helps them a lot. Don't get me wrong. But Zion. May Not be a number one. He might. He's GonNa, always get your twenty five points a game, but he might actually be the second or third most important player on your team. So, can we chill? To wait. Nice pass-bys that was amazing by the way is Brandon and abandon your mind. I think it remains to be seen. So you're telling me a remains to be seen on Ingram three or four years into his career. Number, one Oh, like a a a great team like Kenzo Kimmel's ion beams lease their number one right now. But let's see if he can remain the number one I think he took. A number one. Contender is the question right and I would say probably, but I'm not fully certain on Ingram yet. So do you think they will try to build around England? John I mean ideally you'd have both but that may not you build around I think they're gonna I think they feel like their core is Lonzo. zay On and Ingram. and. Then they'll. They'll build around those interesting eight games. Those guys yeah. Well, they're young I mean really. Against Dad back there young not supposed to be I'm a big Fan after six and twenty to start. They've actually played basketball. Let me ask you a little. Laos and again I'M NOT BASHING MEMPHIS by pumping up the PELICANS. I'm just stating facts why do you think the NBA Pigs Zion, Williamson, and the Pelicans to debut on TV for the NBA restart. Look nobody has wants not rebuke or not myself denied Zairean is a draw we had an issue with one word need need. Need. Go fall apart trust me. That nobody's. GonNa. Fall. Lead means e. what is the need them Chris I need a Ferrari. Getting it? No, you don't need a variety. You. Know I'm sorry I drive a twelve year old car. I drive. A I read a fast car come on man I. I worked but off okay I want to drive a Ferrari I need. One need means if you don't get it, there's going to be problems you talked about Utah. which you talked about life about your wife trust me, you ain't getting a Ferrari. I try to poor since he would not do. 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How do we make some noise? How do we get people talking about us? Well. Maybe if we don't put. Patrick mahomes number one. The players are thinking I mean the players, how what other logic? That players are like how can we get some buzz? Yeah. How how how can players say that Lamar Jackson is better than Patrick Mahomes give me one way that Lamar Jackson's better. I, my thing I think, Pat Mahomes is not only the best player in the NFL but I have a caveat for that in a moment. He I think he's the best player in professional sports. That's because I think he's got go potential. He could end up being the greatest quarterback we've ever seen and Lebron is going to be hard for him to pass Jordan. And nobody else out there right now looks like they're gonNa Pass Jordan in in Baseball Mike Trials the best player but his team didn't even make the playoffs. So I'm Pat Mahomes what the way he started his career is unlike anything we've ever seen. He's not only the best player in baseball and football, but he's the best. Player in all sports in my in my view. is now is better than Lebron he's better at football than the Broncos a basket he's already achieved. He's an MVP and he's a super bowl champion in his first two years of starter. So he's at you don't get. Your Lebron's I two years but Lebron? Yes seventeen. For thirty five years old as well. So how can drive home now I'm not talking about historically. Lebron obviously historically is the second best player in NBA history, Pat Mahomes this far from the second best quarterback in the NFL history. So historically, no but right now right now Lebron thirty five year. Pat Mahomes is that guy? And and But for this list here, here's where I think they can rationalize the Lamar Jackson. I don't agree at the as I say hoses better. But when you the PRI-, it's a big problem ranking football players because the game is such a team game, the positions are so different of quarterbacks while that's the most important position, they're generally not the best football players, okay Tom. Brady's the best quarterback ever. There's no way he's the best football player ever. Because when I think of WHO's the best football player I kinda think okay. If we had guys at a camp in Utah beat New Orleans one, zero, six, zero, four. Guys in a camp. And they had to go through the gauntlet and you add tackle and you had the sprint and you had to catch and you had to throw and you had the block and you you know you had to show your strength speed athleticism all that cover guys. Tom Brady's not going to be the best guy at that That's what I think when I say who's a great football player And I would say saquon Barkley maybe a guy can elise picture a Christian McCaffrey doing some of the other things the football. Doesn't that just make them the best athlete Chris and. footling. Football look. I'm not trying to act like I was sensational football player but I played football through high school. Tackling his apart like every every year we all work on our tackling we will work going hitting. We will work going. You know catching the ball like football is not just being a quarterback. Tom Brady is not the best football player. We've ever seen no way. No. How is that possible? He ran what a five six forty. He's the best quarterback. and. So my point is I'm wondering where the players looking at that and saying, okay, I can see Lamar playing cornerback I can see Lamar playing running back. I can see Lamar plan why receiver safety I can't see because pantyhose ran a four eight. Maybe, they're thinking I can't I think Lamar's a would be a better all around football player. That's the only justification I can think of because otherwise I? Mean Pat Mahomes is certainly the best quarterback in the NFL and in today's standard that will make you the best player. Let's be honest. Chris you've followed Lebron's career for a long time. It. You, you and I both know if Lebron tried out at tight end right now. Six eight to sixty he would be dominant force in the. is of the Brian James would have been. An all pro receiver. Yeah. Sometimes, food is more than just food. It's a part of our community. So this year discovers giving five million dollars to support black owned restaurants to places like Rodney, Scott, barbecue, post office pies, and hundreds more learn how you can so support at discover dot com made by women is a new show brought to you by the Seneca Women podcast network and Iheartradio we bring you inspiring stories and shared learnings to help you successfully navigate today's environment benefit from the experiences of legendary entrepreneurs, as well as everyday women in business who found success their own way. 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Bob Lonsberry Show Hr 3 Monday 7-6-20

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Bob Lonsberry Show Hr 3 Monday 7-6-20

"All of at eighty downtown it's sunny and eighty. I'm Tom Halliday newsradio Wamel of eighty next news at ten thirty news happens anytime another hour with Bob Laws Bury starts now on newsradio Lambeau of eighty. Thank you so much. There appreciate that troops I appreciate you, Sean for muster. Hope all is cool and copacetic on your end. It was a great of fourth of July weekend for our family Friday I knew that your. Your Day. My we! We've got this little pond. The country land and I I know I talk about it, and I don't want you to think it's any great thing. It is very humble. It's very small it's very hillbilly. and we put it all together over about a decade on a shoestring budget we. We spent less on this. Then you'd spend on a used car, but the the point deal being. Friday afternoon, my Wife and kids were taking some of their friends out. There a splash around in the pond, so I went down the early, and I a spent the morning mowing got it all squared away, and that was pretty nice. They had a good time. Saturday on the fourth, of July we of course when it got dark, shot off a bunch of fireworks, the legal dull variety in the driveway. Watch President Trump's speech ten o'clock at night. It was great. I would urge you to watch it at Whitehouse. Dot Gov. The New York Times called it dark and divisive and said that he wanted to culture war. that's what he friends the the comrade journalists say when a president United States suggests that loving our country would be a good thing and honoring the people who have made a great but we went earlier in the day on the fourth of July to Watkins Glen to the State Park. which is such a great place? I had never been We went down and it's not a bad little walk. You go uphill quite a ways, but you such wonders that it was a delight lot of people. They're having great. Great Times It was a thrill to be around them as much as anything else. And What else? Oh? I special request to John Cusco Friday I'm cutting the grass and I drive down into none day. see if I can't find some lunch. and. There's a lady on the street corner selling hot dogs. Well, it turns out that she would that Don's hots or something like that. There's a guy named Don who has a graphic arts business in one day we we've had the gentleman on the show before, and it turns out that you know Don. T got a A hotdog cooker and put it on the sidewalk out front, and now he's got a second business, but any rate. A So I mean there visiting with the people in the graphic arts shop, and they're doing a mural that's going on the side of an old factory of various churches and buildings and events from days past and They. You know they got chatting, said you know John Coach. Cope I said why. I've seen him on TV, and and here's the deal. Cusco of course is the king of photography. These days and one of his prime focuses is letchworth state park. So, he drives through a Monday all the time. And John. If you're listening, may I just politely say They would like you to stop in the or may not ask for autographs I. Don't know, but Cusco is the star of Non Day and here's the deal over on channel thirteen. Now you may have noticed that. They have a new reporter by the name of Natalie a CONSECO she. Is the daughter of John Cusco, and his dear bride of low these many years later used to be on TV named Charlotte Stevens, and if you'll forgive me, I don't remember but Charlotte Steven's father was a longtime television news person in Rochester so in this Natalie Cusco over channel thirteen. You have a third generation a television. Reporter at work third generation in this town so wish her and her family lots of success. You probably saw. a couple of a Mug. Shots from two people, a Marcus McCreary and Jessica. Seines S. A. N. Z.. and. Here's what you might remember. Remember about Oh they. beat up a sheriff's deputy. Yeah, no, he dare to try to enforce the law. Yeah, so he had to be beaten up. Obviously, but the dealer would these mugshots is. They've got some kind of lighting system, or whatever where you saw Marcus, McCreary and Jessica, saints and. I don't you know endorse the grooming decisions if either one of them, but these look like they were models, these these I wonder. If like the next time I've got a job, application or I would say passport photo, but I'll never forget even this country Duh but anyway next time I need a photo taken I. WanNa go wherever Monroe, county, sheriff's deputies take their arrestees. It was very nice pictures, but here's a story. Jessica Haines is apparently driving a vehicle which It violates the law some former fashion this is down and beautiful Henrietta it and Jefferson Eastern ten road. She pulls into a convenience store exits. The vehicle gets out. There's a right behind says don't exit vehicle. He's in effect pulling over for doing wrong. She gets out. Screw this. She goes into the store. Jessica Seines as I understand and Marcus McCurry the gentlemen the vehicle, he also exit the vehicle. And he starts beating up the sheriff's deputy This year of a sheriff's Deputy ends up with a swollen face. A split lip inside put his teeth into his lip and this because mark McCreery did not want to i. mean the just out of the blue starts punching the COP, but again that I that's that's heroin now, isn't it? Isn't that almost obligated right? I don't know I'm trying to remember the evening news. I know we're. We're supposed to hate cops right? Yeah, and if and if a cop ever speaks to you, It's because of racism. You're you're you know you're pulled over you were stopped? Because exclusively couldn't be anything else. your race, whatever your race is doesn't matter who you were racist cop and Danny rate so ultimately Marcus McCreary is restrained. Jessica seines allegedly comes in help, so here's the deal you have a traffic stop wherein to individuals attack a sheriff's deputy, resulting in not insignificant facial injury to the deputy, okay? So The lady Jessica Saints. I'm sorry. The Woman Jessica Seines was given and appearance ticket. Okay? and then the man. McCreery was released on his own recognizance. Are by Democrat. Henrietta Town Justice Susan Michelle. Wright. released on his. It's worry okay. You come before the judge, and just like it's not five dollars. Bail is not ten dollars. One hundred dollars bail. It's not five thousand dollars bail. It's go have a wonderful fourth of July. Thank you for voting Democrat right and I to be a jerk, but. How can you violently assault a police officer and there being no bail? Right high. What level of Democrat Hell is that? Exactly. and. All I mean is I recognize that that we're supposed to hate the cops. Especially, we're Democrats. And I recognize that. If you're a judge, look at you. You've been elected and now you can. Turn the situation over from inside. Look at you. You're successful subversive that congratulations. You get progressive points for that You ought to be Rochester. City, court, Judge Man, you'd fit right in, but the deal is that you have someone who punched a cop over and over and over again in the face. Right, In that person is released without bail. Bit but both of you. You don't obey the law Florida you. A violently assaulted a police officer and you just walk down the street. Because when Democrats are in charge, stupid things happen whether we're talking about a legislature or a courtroom back with you in just a moment on newsradio. WHAM eleven eighty. Welcome welcome back troopers. Welcome back Sandra doorless house. got protested over the weekend. It was up and webster three three of the activists folks who've been in charge of the black lives matter demonstrations here in town including the lady who runs the New York Civil Liberties Union went up. And it's amazing thing. TV cameras were there, I don't know how they knew but at ESP. Probably sure or as we all learned rewatching Independence Day. There may be a signal coded in there. It's it's it's a countdown We must get to the White House immediately, but Anyway shrubbery my dad, but I go to Sandra a house in they protests in the street out front, and by protest I mean like have a press conference I don't know there was shouting or whatever else like that? There's any distraction or disruption to the a neighborhood but they talked about how defunding. The police isn't enough we must defined the district attorney. Also pointed out that Sandra Darley is a Republican and a racist, obviously redundant. And she said that this lady from the New York Civil Liberties Union. That Sandra door leased constituents are racist that that's probably code for You Caucasians out there, but the and they called for her resignation two things. They say that Sandra doorly prosecutes people of Color disproportionately and that she refuses to prosecute police officers for the various evils ills they they do, and here's an interesting thing because I think Sandra. Sandra. doorly has really tried to kiss this behind i. think she has tried very hard to be woke she's tried to show hypersensitivity in this area and has I think tried to be accommodating. She issued the statement about how bad things were and all this other stuff, and how she was resolved to changing this that and the other and yet they found their way to her a house and and and there haven't. One thing I noted in Ni I in some of the video coverage from the news. People who went out. Is that There was an investigator from the District Attorney's office. Who seem to be there standing a talking to the the three protesting ladies? and. It just enough that it's a big deal, but I would. A gentleman, who previously held a prominent position in the Rochester Police Department. But I just wondered How is it that that person came to be there? And what was his function in that setting and moment right was there as a friend was there as a district attorney's office investigator on the payroll and again these are all wonderful people. I, very highly of but if there was it in a Goshi -ation was he on behalf of the office, saying you know, you can come down on Tuesday and talk, or what I don't know if there's a a public safety issue. If there's a concern about anything like that, then it would be appropriate for the webster police. Department to be involved, and and I don't think for an investigator from the. District Attorney's office to be handling a of public safety of function there there was I think a win from a public safety standpoint over the weekend You know to the extent that when you have ten shootings, you can say anything was a win. It looks like Antero Beach Park was squared away. You know we spoke with Jose. Peo- I think on WHO's a city councilman up that way on a Thursday and he said that the the new section captain excuse me up there. Nate Cornell. And, he Mr Peo-, had they had spoken extensively, and that the our PD had a a plan for keeping things quiet. You'll recall Memorial Day and pick any year you'll recall Memorial Day the crap, the fan of there and of course in social media over the last couple of weeks if you type in Ontario, Beach Park. You'RE GONNA. Get a Lotta pictures of people beating the hell out of each other, and so with this holiday coming up It seems that you know the Rochester Police Department prudently didn't want that to happen and it looks. Looks like it worked There were a lot of people who are up there having a lot of good time, and you know the I. Don't think that we got reports of fights like they're normally are one of the things that happened is about eight o'clock on the fourth of July. There were a maximum number. The police were going to allow in. And when they got to that number, they shut it off and at any rate. Maybe I missed now, or whatever along those lines, but I think the reports are positive and so congratulations to captain. Cornell and to Jose Peo- into the the people in neighborhood, and whatever else like that, because, because, here's the I hate to be stupid, but of course Ontario Beach park on a hot summer's Day is just a tremendous blessing and gift right, and that it can be a place for families and young sweethearts and people just WanNa seem swimming splash and sun and stuff like that is outstanding and keeping the conduct going the right direction two thumbs up on on that. Supreme Court has just a ruled that states can bind faithless electors. What's that mean the Electoral College? This is how we a president, and typically a state votes, and then the elector goes and casts a vote on behalf of the state in accord with what the will of the voters were. It turns out that like it's not absolutely mandated by law that that happened. The elector could say screw it. You voted your way. I'm voting this way. Right and the deal is with you know concept of cancel culture, and the especially hate for hatred for trump. There was a concern that you know there could be faithless electors at any rate. Supreme Court said that States can bind electors. States can legally require electors to vote the way the people voted. Here's a note Frederick Douglass who statue God bunged up over the weekend last night. It was I think Frederick Douglass was. I Papa. Nine hundred. Eighteen, I can't remember the year eighteen. It might have been eighteen sixty eight. Frederick Douglass was the New York state electoral. R- he was the one who represented New York and the Electoral College and cast the ballot. If you will for I think it was ulysses. s grant so the first electoral of Color in American history was a Frederick Douglass at right here Rochester. It's time for news with Todd Halladay. We'll be back with that. Good Man's done on newsradio. Damn eleven eighty. Thank. My Grandma told me how live all the land and his dog him to be a business. Back, my friend welcome back. sneaker king is one of the stores was looted back at the beginning of the protests up on Lake Avenue and the deal. Is that The day they were looted was the first day they were allowed to reopen by governor. Cuomo, and so they were stocked and ready, and their entire inventory was wiped out losses. I think a couple. Hundred thousand dollars and word is now sneaker king is not going to reopen. They're just dead. And of the sixty eight businesses that hit in the initial rioting there will be a several more which will not open. Others have have stayed boarded up from then till now the fireworks. Ended up being just an amazing phenomenon this year. the illegal fireworks that shot off. I don't know if you have seen the skylines of almost every major American city this year. ban on fireworks in terms of municipal. Demand stations and displays, but they been shooting off for weeks in Rochester and Syracuse Buffalo there one. The weather cameras in Rochester showed. You know sort of a time. Condense thing people shooting off some pretty nice pretty impressive for works all across the neighborhoods of Rochester. There is a an. Piece of footage out of Los Angeles a similar ban and yet dozens and dozens like the whole city is lit up with a firework after a firework. I know these have been very irksome to some people. I also know that typically the people who have set the fireworks off have just left them. It's been it's been a garbage. Problem is what it's been I'd be curious to know if they're truly. Were I mean how many injuries were there? How many fires were started? Were those the threats we were told they would be or or not. How did it? How did it turn out? Myself I know the people are very upset, but personally I've always liked fireworks and I can sleep through them fine. No none of them kept me awake. We had quite a few done amount Morris. Granted probably nothing like some of the neighborhoods in the city, but I think they're fun to. I imagine it probably was a very diverting thing for the kids and people of neighborhoods. I know we're supposed to be all upset, but you know and people say well I. Hopefully. This won't happen next year. Here's what happened. a criminal syndicate of one sort or another decided to go into the fireworks business. This was not your uncle Lou, driving down to. Pennsylvania, and picking up a few extra in his trunk right, these were trucked in here. The number of fireworks were set off was massive. had a very large logistical issue and they figured out how to get him here. They figured out how to sell them. And here's the deal over in Syracuse. The Syracuse Police Department did intercept a large u-haul truck that was coming to its city resupplying. But how is it that you had? Thousands of these items sold and no, we. It never got figured out right. We never found out who was the illegal fireworks salesman on the corner, but anyway the point being. Somebody, a made an awful lot of money selling fireworks this year and you know people are going to WanNa. Keep. Making money and so next year they'll. They'll be right back and this will probably be the new normal and again. I recognize we're supposed to be very upset, but again. I always thought fireworks were fun and again I imagine people had a pretty good time. It's a little embarrassing that. here we are in this season of of great violence and the public safety issue. People are worked up about complaining to the Police Department. About is the issue of illegal fireworks, and not the fact of you know we've got people getting shot down left and right. Let me check my email again. Once more. No nothing no word yet from the city of Rochester nothing from the mayor about this violent weekend ten shootings, one stabbing twelve different people shot. It's. A At a certain point I know our narrative is we need to be you know ticked off at the cops or whatever else like that, but the carnage of this weekend just passed and here's another thing. I'd like to say. What do you think the likelihood is that people from outside the city concerned about their safety are going to come in to Rochester a further it take to a bigger city. How many folks have decided to cancel any plans to ever visit New York City again right? You can have your progressive paradise, and you can hate the cops, but as the crime unavoidably rises. people are not not gonNA. Put Foot in your city Chad. Glad you called welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. So, we did a nice firework display We're out in FARMINGTON and well. We did it my myself. My wife, my two brothers and my father, we saved our stimulus checks, and we went down to Pennsylvania, and we got one of them big twenty four, but you halls, and that's how we had artists play. It was beautiful. It should be legal and three fireworks in my opinion good day. How how long does it take to shoot those off and did you? Did you resell them or just doing? Dumais your house. We did ourselves. We started around seven o'clock, and we were still sent him off 'til midnight. On a massive grand finale of a whole bunch, go off all one thing. Yeah, good for you, Chad good for you I wish he'd invited me over and and here's the thing. I Don I don't want. Anybody's house burned down I. Don't want anybody blowing their fingers off, but. It is insane that fireworks are illegal. Right and here's just a little thing that happened. It's it's SORTA like the all the demonstrations told us that you can go outside and large group of people and not get covert right I think that the fireworks audit teaches this that people can do fireworks and not kill themselves. Burn the place down. Because there were thousands and again, this is before we talked to. You know any other city just if you look at the city of Rochester, you're a massive amounts of fireworks and again there were some litter issues. People need to pick up after themselves, but. I think it worked fine and it I if you say Oh, we're GONNA. Burn things down in blow our fingers off. I think there was one guy got injured hold onto the firework, but I don't know of any fires caused by fireworks and I don't know of any other injuries and the people of Rochester. The people of America may have just proven that they can do this safely while we take a break numbers to two to eleven eighty. You're on the air next on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Welcome back friends. Welcome back at, beverly, I appreciate your phone man welcome to Newsradio Ham eleven eighty. THANK YOU MR? Lansbury I said like to say I just love your show and I appreciate all your wisdom and knowledge of share with A. I wanted to say that. If you drive around Henrietta the last couple of weeks, there's like circus size tense bitter. Red And yellow that had been selling fireworks everywhere, so I quite don't understand why they're complaining about the fireworks. When you can stop on any corner and buys them, and also you can buy professional fireworks at any reservation around here. So why are they complaining about the fireworks? Which I love when you can stop at any gas station or Walmart parking lot, and by all you want. Do they sell good fireworks on the reservations? Oh, yes, I. I bought them. They go up about around one, hundred, eighty, two, two, hundred and fifty feet in the air this whole thing. Yeah! Yeah. You can buy amazing fireworks at the reservation around before fourth of July. You can yeah I appreciate that information I might go. Get some we The ones the tents are all New York. Legal then means they can't shoot up in the air Some of them can make some pretty nice little demonstrations. We had a a pretty nice driveway show on a Saturday night. Put together by my dear bride and the kids, but no I with common sense. It is ridiculous that we are so restricted in our USA fireworks. Now common sense includes you gotta clean them up. And of course people doing their homes do but yet, if nothing nothing else what we've learned is that you can have fireworks and the world doesn't end it Tim I'm glad you called welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Good morning about July and God bless junior family. You is sir. I just wanted to say that. I live in a small town in Ogden and we have the Ogden to department in the Monroe County sheriff's barracks so then. That's eight quarter of a mile each other. And I just wanted to convey the difference that seems to me between the way that our town. And braces in loves our local PD. Versus the sentimental police department from which we see within within the city limits You know people are are are bringing the police departments. peed this cookie. gifts. You know just a show of gratitude or support out here we are. We're with you. We love you. We support you You know I don't know if that's because we gotTA. We gotTA KNOW BS chice! Ogden and we feel he does a hell of a job protecting our community. They haven't credibility. They have an incredible social presence in the community, even walking the beat sometimes just a little village the. Report so I. You know I I. We are diverse not as diverse city obviously I'm just a downed at where this anti-cop. Sentiment comes from and the democratic pandering, and almost almost joyfulness, but they tend to to champion destruction of law enforcement and I just think it's sad. How how? A couple of miles away sport that we have for our local media in love is incredible. We'll said. Exactly in them for us, which may be the Rupaul Chris Myers the chief out there is neutering sort of person. I've always thought it in these two regards. one there certain people who just by the way their faces put together. There's like a natural smile on their face. It's like I don't know what it is, but you know there's people who are is. You're always happy. No, you just have A. Mir's has a natural facial expression. That looks happy. That seems smiling at the end. It is I. You know I. I think that's genuine I I have no doubt that this January. But at the same time he also is a one hundred percent cop, and and has a tough commitment to to doing what's right and is a true public servant. He and the others of his department. And I think that that sentiment out there. Is Normalcy. That's the norm. Unfortunately the norm with our comrade journalists does not get on the evening news. It's the exception that makes the news the norm is that people do love and appreciate the police and the norm is that the police are great defenders of us all the friend of everyone that's the norm and that narrative doesn't elect Democrats. It doesn't foment the Social Division and upset that various people are looking to advance themselves their philosophy. So that's not what you're GonNa see on the evening news. That's not what the politicians are going to embrace, but that's America. This other crap you're seeing just to be honest with you is not America. I can take a couple of fireworks calls I remember a while ago. A lady called up and she had this thing about. We all need to understand the other person's perspective, and all that and I said yeah, that's not the way I. Look at it and I'll tell you how I look at it. Remind me to tell you. Hi Do look at it maybe right after the eleven o'clock news John Glad you phoned up welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Good Morning Bob. Well Cuomo should go into the fireworks. Business is maybe it would help fifteen percent unemployment rate that New York state has. and. Maybe the only fireworks we're used to seeing in the state of New York. Is Molotov cocktails going through businesses and businesses being burned up and that's pretty much it, but he doesn't worry about that. He worries about people lighting fireworks and having a good time, and which is absolutely absurd. I just I. Don't get it. I don't get where we're where we're going where the state is going. He's putting his nose into the whole country. Each worry about his own state trump worry about the country. I mean I don't know Bob. The the the country is just so divided with stuff and I really don't get it, and you're right about the national anthem with football I'm a big football fan. But what are you going to do? You'RE GONNA players stand for the black national anthem, but then when the when the American national anthem comes on. They're gonNA. They're gonNA Neil. That's just gonNA. That's GONNA divide more people and it's going to get people to turn off the TV. I. Just. Everything is just so divided, and it's not trump's vault I i. truly believe it's the Democrats fall. Really believe me, it's all we've turned America into a PEP rally for the November elections for the Democratic Party every bit of angst and stress is and again I. I'm not you know there are many wonderful people who are Democrats and God bless you in America Needs Democrats like in each Republicans. We need everybody's ideas, right. But. There are sinister actors. There are those who will embrace evil for a personal and political benefit, and absolutely the difficulties of recent months have been and are being played to the political benefit of the Democratic Party, and they want to agitate you and scare you an enraged you and if they have to F- your life the way they don't care right the they're gonNA make the absolute worst out of his Cova that they can. They're gonNA a cripple the economy at the absolute most they can. They're to preach race war like nobody's business. They're going to set people at each other's throats because they believe on election day that helps them and so screw you all as long as they get what they want, which is power, you can do a coup in any number of ways right? Some people campaign on the strength of their ideas. Other people try to burn society down John. Glad you called Sir Welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. I Bob Anybody Yeah. Lot The fireworks You should have been in this neighborhood. I live in a city neighborhood. You should have been in this neighborhood for. The past five weeks. Bob Cheering five weeks ago. This started every night. It goes bad. You know what an end! Of quarter stick. We're living so close together here by you set off an an era quarter stick. It sounds like a bomb going off their mindy bombs, you know. Is it any wonder people overloading the nine one one system? Do you know what Shell shock is? This is like show sat listening to this. We have no recourse we're in. We can't open windows at night up till two o'clock in the morning. That's what this that's what this is all about. It's not about people having fun. If people WANNA use sparklers, fine or something smaller, but a mess Seti Bob, and all these as it's about making the loudest explosion, and you know what that does a person. Do Our veterans to our pets? No. It can't be explained. The city of Rochester lovely Warren Mayor. It is time for news. We're taught Halladay. 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Beverley Agbakoba-Onyejianya You Need All Types to Build a Successful Business

"Maybe a big reason why Earth didn't work out because I I had my way of looking at it may be that way of looking at it wasn't in the best interests of the whole business as a whole. It was still very much from my angle. Hello fellow risk-takers and welcome to my worst investment ever stories of loss to keep you winning in our community. We know that the winning investing you must take risk, but the windbag you got to reduce it. This episode is sponsored by a starts Academy which offers online courses to help investors better manage their stock portfolios aspiring professionals to learn how to hack any company in the world Business Leaders to make their companies financially world class and even beginners to implement a simple lifetime investment plan. Go to my worst investment ever Academy to get free access to my short-course called six ways to lose your money in six strategies to win where I share the six lessons I've learned from all of these podcasts interviews. Well fellow risk-takers off. This is your worst podcast hosts Andrews. And I'm here with featured guess now you got to bear with me. I'm going to work through this name. I'm going to see if I can do it Beverly Goldberg. Coba Ania Ania, well Beverly welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Are you ready to rock? I am. Yep. All right. Well, you know, we we made a lot of attempts to get together on the phone. So I'm really happy to have you now on the show. Let me just read and introduce the audience to you. And then after that I want you to take a few minutes to tell us about you, but Beverly is a sports and entertainment lawyer and entrepreneur she is an accredited mediator with the Legos High Court multi-door Center and also a member of the panel of neutrals at the Legos Court of arbitration. She has years of experience in banking and capital markets in the UK in Nigeria and is in Nigeria sec-registered compliance officer providing Regional compliance risk management and financial crime prevention advisory support her broad experience in the compliance industry covers Investment Banking brokerage off. Management sectors additionally she is passionate about sports and Youth Development and founded the Legos Tigers football club in 2012. Yay, and the Box the little Tigers football foundation in 2017 as well as a social network for women called GFC my goodness Beverly take a minute and fill out for tidbits about your life. Okay. So thank you so much Andrew. I'm really really happy to be on this show. Okay, so about me I am I always say that I wear so many hats. I'm a mother of three three very boisterous kids. I am a sports and entertainment lawyer with the mediator. I'm also into policy-making. I'm just an all-around person. I suppose. I'm I'm I'm just an ordinary person who loves dead. In many things in my career life and also in my professional life and right now sports and entertainment are my two main areas of focus. I feel like these are you sure is where the continent the African continent really needs that you know that boosts. It's these are two areas that are very very big in in Africa in Nigeria. So I am you know playing my part to help these industries rise and grow by, you know, rendering my legal expertise, but also, you know, I'm really proud of my my football club that I've established itself. It's not easy, but I really enjoy like seeing the faces The Smiling Faces of the players that calm you know, right now I'm locked down the parents are like, when are we coming back to play football? When are we coming back? So that gives me so much joy that I can impact in my own way. And yep. Niche areas that I really really love sports and entertainment. So yes, that's me in a nutshell sounds like you've got a lot of energy in you bring it to those kids and they give it back to you. I'm sure yes, trust me they do interesting. All right. Well now it's time to share your worst investment ever and since no one ever goes into their worst investment thinking it will be with us a bit about the circumstances leading up to it and then tell us your story. Okay? Okay. So, you know, this is actually the first time I'm talking about this publicly. So bear with me I might get a bit emotional back in 2015. You know, like I said, I I get involved in many things. It's something that will always be part of my personality and I make no apologies for it came back in 2015 a good friend of mine in the financial services sector or be. You know, we were talking talking about you know, what was talking about how to you know better Our Lives home. We how can we do more? You know, that's the ultimate question. What is my purpose? How can I fulfill my my life? How can I do things that will make me feel fulfilled? You know, she had this this sense that urge to do more and we got talking about different things we could do and she actually brought up. Hey, why don't we, you know do something in the agricultural sector and because my mind wasn't really ripe. I wasn't too sure what she meant. I was like, okay, I'm open like let's talk. You know, what? What what do you think we can do so she suggested we come up with the butters peanut butter and I was like, what do you mean she goes? Yeah, you know, the butter is peanut butter. We don't have well back 2015 little shock you Andrew to know that we didn't have a well-packaged locally manufactured peanut butter brand. Can you belong to that club? It's shocking. It's shocking. I mean during my research back then cuz like one thing about me is I have a very obsessive personality. I read everything about peanut butter and I was shocked to learn them think the US. It's like, I don't know. It's up there like the top five most popular foods or something. So I said, wow the market for peanut butter abroad is huge. So that's why why you know, why don't we have this so we started investigating researching or B and I came up with the name of the brand. The brand is called Earth who are who are in foul language or be an IR from the ebow tribe in Nigeria, which is kind of located in the southeastern region of the country. So our language is called zebu. So, you know, we're just, you know, looking for names and somehow that name just stuck Earth, you know, the world's Earth Earth food. So the name stock and you know she produce A few samples and I thought they were amazing shared the samples with my network. We had how many samples we had peanut butter samples. We had crunchy smooth, you know, the favorites and then the Ingenuity is she also said let's do cashew butter. It's Nots right nice can all can all be ground so grindage. So yeah, so we did cashew and we did it in flavors. I mean, it was really it was really forward-thinking at the time, you know back in 2015 cultural Market was literally about you know, go to new levels. So we were really on the pulse of what was going on. And the reception we received was incredible, you know, it wasn't like we were selling out, you know in Thousand or anything but you know, the thing about our Market is very few fmcg. That would be the fast moving consumer goods. That industry is really still dominated by the big dog. So in terms of selling out thousands of units even as at now I can tell you that successful local Brands still do not sell in the thousands, you know, we're still averaging hundreds of units. So, you know, we were in it to try and make an impact to try and be part of this wave of change and yeah. So we both found our our step our way, you know, I'll be is very detailed. She's a risk manager. I you know, I'm a bit more brush and rush off you see I I do the pr, you know, I I would go on, you know, talk about our brands in different places. But unfortunately, I guess you know, I am new to business and you know, I I guess it's difficult. You know, this is the first time I'm really talking about this. Yeah, but yeah, there were a lot of mistakes that I made back then. You know business is not easy. You have to have a you have to have a mature mind you have to you have to be able to take a lot of pain as well as she could say, you know, there's so much emphasis on the great sides of business and I'm glad for this podcast true because there's a lot of difficult times in business a lot of difficult times and I guess I wasn't prepared for those difficult times. I wasn't prepared for the clashes that we had and yes, some of those classes were caused by me. You know, when I think about some of the feedback she gave me, you know, I I'll never forget where she told me. I am alone to myself and that hurt you hurt me, you know, I I see myself as a dynamic person people that make me say wow, you got energy Beverly your upper doing and I like that part of me, but you know one thing I've learned since 2015 is dead. Is not denial delay is not denial has become my new catchphrase simply because sometimes things do not have to run at top speed to indicate that you're on the right path. You know, there's something to be said for taking things slow and taking things steady, you know 2015 that was five years ago. I think I was quite a different person them. I believed more in you know, the cats raised the Need for Speed that was like everything about me was fast fast fast, you know, so I mean to be honest, I haven't completely let go of that trade. I still I'm addressing some of those those impatient issues in my life today, you know, my team will see my goodness you wanted now exists. I'm learning that you know, you have to work at a pace that is you know, realistic. It's not about you. It's not just about you and I think that was dead. Maybe the part of the reason why maybe a big reason why Earth didn't work out because I I had my way of looking at it off maybe that way of looking at it wasn't in the best interests of the whole business as a whole. It was still very much from my angle, you know, so, you know, it's a regret that's who knows where it could have gone, but I don't regret it totally because if that hadn't happened, I don't think I would have I would have developed my my career in sports. I guess look the way I look at it. We have so many chances in life to do different things. So when one door closes one door another dog, simply open so long, you know. Yeah Earth was the big Brad that never quite made. It might you can let me ask you can you can you remember a recall? The worst day or the time that you kind of knew it was over. Oh, yeah. Oh, wow. Okay. So very interesting Lee it got a point where it was just difficult to communicate again. I had my issues and I wasn't confronting them. I think that they are near was over was the day I yeah was the day I got the factory locked? Yeah. That was that was pretty I was pretty rash. I don't know. I I guess I acted very emotionally I was very emotionally driven and I don't know I got upset about something and I I just I just changed all the locks Factory so she couldn't access it. Yeah, it's quite Raw. It's quite a wrong because I'm thinking about it now, like wow, I you know, but wage You know that I've also made peace and I've you know, I've asked for you know, I've apologized for some of my actions. Hm those actions, you know, when you're when you're having and I guess that's also why I fell into mediation because I realized I'm not you don't you don't solve problems by being rash or by not confronting problems. So my Rush response to perhaps genuine issues I had and also generally she she had I I just thought you know, I just closed off and did something really really unacceptable and I'm sure people listening or think what's how can you be in a partnership with somebody and that person goes and off blocks everything off so well. Yeah, it happens. It's interesting. I'm curious. What lessons did you learn from this? Okay. So again, I learned being rash when you are confronted with a problem with the misunderstanding. You don't necessarily have to to act immediately. You don't need to act on whatever comes to your mind first because sometimes the first thing you think of doing can put you in jail, Yes. Yes, exactly. And that is a side of me that I had to, you know had to grow up a bit. You know, I had to break up I call it emotional intelligence is funny. I am now such a big believer in in developing emotional intelligence because it is people who have high quotient off that tend to be better leaders that tend to be better team mates and and colleagues, you know, because you could have the best skills you can you can be the best but what is the point home? REI is so poor. You find it difficult to work with people because every little thing irritates you or niggles that you you know, when you're running a business it is unnatural to age. That's your partner your business partner will agree with everything you say and vice versa not everything your business partner will suggest are things you may not necessarily agree to but it doesn't mean that you should take it personal. I think I couldn't draw the line in the past between, you know, taking things personal and not looking at this from a business perspective things that affected the you know, suggestions of our around the business that perhaps were not my ideas. I would look at it as home all but my suggestion wasn't taken. So I've learned from 2015 that you have to kind of also meet people where they are. Everybody has their own personal. Reference point and it may not be personal. It may just be the reference point. So, you know where we could have complemented each other. Well, she is the risk manager so she can see clearly where the risks are but I am the okay. I'm just going to you know do the networking and go round and network and meet people and moved quickly, you know, so sometimes perhaps I I didn't you know, I took for granted that those skills actually complementary and it's by no means. How do I say this? You cannot measure a fish buy a goat they have three different skills. So that's the way I now see life. Everybody has different skill sets that they bring to bear. So using measuring other people by your standards. You'll never be satisfied. You'll never be happy. So that's one thing I've learned everyone had Something unique and you know, we came together in the beginning for a reason because we felt you know, we're friends and we can complement each other and you know, if somebody gives you feedback that is constructive shouldn't take it personal, you know, when she said you're you're a lawn to yourself. I should have looked I should have sat down and had a little chat with ya. I have somebody said they God gave you two ears and one mouth for a restocking exactly exactly. But let me let me summarize what I took away from your story is a few things that come up in my mind. The first thing is that I while you were talking. I just opened up a spreadsheet of the financial performance of the company that I started with my best friend 25 years ago and it's a Coffee Works my coffee business and nowadays. We have about a hundred or so staff and you know, it's a successful company wage. For the first eight years, we lost money goodness. Wow, and it was brutal and wow, we started just before the 1997 Asian crisis. So first three years, we just you know awful and somehow we stayed in and kept our friendship and our relationship together and built the business. But the point that at that made me open that up and remind myself of the eight years is the idea that I always tell people, you know, if you want to learn about starting up a company don't talk to me go buy a book them all out there and they tell you all about the good side of starting like when you reminded me of is that, you know, there's a tougher side and they don't often talk about it and found a book called. I forgot the name of it, but it was remember. I got it. I got to get it. I used to I used to have it. We called it the Bible but basically the guy said he said, you know, you know the dog World of business and all of this and he said you're not in it. You're a small company and you're going to get nothing and everybody's going to squeeze you out and they're going to want cash and the only way you're going to be able to survive is to realize that you have to fight for everything you get and absolutely when we when we read that, you know, both of us daily and I both read that and we were like, yep, we got to fight to survive. The second thing that I that I took away was what mom used to always say, which is slow and steady wins the race absolutely and then absolutely another thing that you said is it's not just about me you know, what I've learned is in business. We often times to talk about a Runway and say, you know how much Capital do you have to finance your Runway? But I also sometimes say that there's an emotional Runway, you know that people need to know that this is going to take off and you could still have cash but run out of the emotional Runway and so it's important to think All the people, you know involved all the stakeholders and then the final thing is that to be successful in any startup. Generally. What you have to have is you have to have different skills. You need them. You need a sales person. You need a product person you needed the execution and those people don't always get along because they're coming from different places, but exactly figure out a way to keep everybody together. You're not going to have it. So those are some of my takeaways anything you'd add to them just so to bolster what you said about in business you need I would say different parts of the army. You have your infantry you have you know, the guys that go to the front line. You have the infirmary you have all these different parts and then you have you know, the the the captain that you know stands at the front you need. It's I can't stress so much how much you need all these different parts to to support a business and money. Times when you are at the early stages of business you are wearing so many hats you are the accountant the pr the sales off those stresses can take at all which I think is also kind of what happened with us as well because you're operating from in fact now I can see clearly now like this song Because song rain is gone. Now the rain is gone. I can see where the pin points in our relationship came from because you know, I'm there like wage we need to Market we need to go on every station and talk about this product. But then she on the product development side is like look, we need to slow down you guys deliver food. We need to deliver. We need to finish. This product product is still, you know, at the time packaging was an issue not like now where I I always say, you know, there's always the forerunners that paved the way home. And take the pain no packaging is so easy. But back in 2015. It was a nightmare. So there were all these pain points that we were experiencing because we were doing something so new and of course there wasn't much money. So we had to absorb all these different roles and you feel the tension because you're you're in so many different roles and that's something our business owners need to realize that's why the accountants don't agree with the with the market as sometimes cuz the market is one more money. The account is are like look we're checking the bottom line. It has to balance the books. So I would say, you know be easy. I love what you said about how your business I mean not that I love that you bled dry for eight years. Nobody wants that but the truth is I love the song and story which is you stuck it out. Hm that long. I mean there's another lesson because some people may say you need to know when to just close things. You know, there's so many ways. Yep. Look at it before you it clearly worked out. You just need to know deep down and intuitively whether this is for you or not. Angel flogging dead horse off the same time. Don't give up too soon. I know we gave up too soon again because of all the issues surrounding, you know things that just happened and decisions that I that that I took unilaterally because I was like in a hurry and I just wanted us to just move, you know, you know, it's so many things happened in a way no regrets because you know, we kind of we kind of did something that made people sit up and take notice. We kind of, you know, got other people thinking. Hey we can do this too. So now you have other phone not butter manufacturers in the Nigerian Market definitely not as many as you would expect it's crazy to think that five years later. They still not that many there less than five. So wage. We we were in a good Market. Yeah, I mean I'm not going back to that line of business for sure. But you know, no regrets it was there it was. All right. Last question. What's your number one goal for the next twelve months. Oh, my number one goal is digital content. I am really fully embracing. You know, that digital content is the way forward this podcast were on right now is another amazing example of digital content. So I'm going to be focusing on you know, just yeah trying to do something with with with another brand. I've got that in the works right now my podcast develop your game. Yeah. I'm going to be working a lot on that and using my legal expertise into that too. So what is space-age excellent we will watch it and 12 months from now. Let's follow up. Well, yeah listeners there. You have it another story of loss to keep you winning. Remember to go to my worst in vain. Academy to get free access to my short-course six ways to lose your money and six strategies to win as we conclude Beverly. I want to thank you again for coming on the show and on behalf of a starts Academy. I hereby award you alumni status for turning your worst investment ever into your best teaching moment. Do you have any parting words for the audience? Yes, I do just stay consistent stay consistent and stay authentic. Absolutely beautiful beautiful. Well, that's a wrap on another great story to help us create grow and gain most importantly protect our well fellow risk-takers. This is your worst podcast hosts Andrews. Saying I'll see you on the upside.

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I'm A Celeb: Week 2, Your Questions and Christopher Biggins

Help I Sexted My Boss

31:40 min | 2 months ago

I'm A Celeb: Week 2, Your Questions and Christopher Biggins

"Hello and welcome to help. Thanks sexton my boss says. I'm a celebrity. Get me out of here. Usually this is the podcast. Where jordan and i help you navigate input challenges of modern life win on normal times as you should know by. Now i'm with you every day with a special edition of our podcast. Keeping you up to date with what's going on in the jordan his life. He's currently on the ninety. The reality show having to go through all sorts of trials and extreme conditions. All in the name of light entertainment. I'm william hansen etiquette coach by day. I'm more delicious. Fruit cake jordan's more venomous grass snake snake's venomous book guy with it. Well what a couple of weeks. It has been viper votes. Clifftops policemen happy places public votes. Jeff then there were those hideous eating trials where all sorts of fatty gelatinous rubbish had to be digested. Yes well down to the davison ben who did picky tease each friday. Now indeed speaking of which scuttling up to the microphone like an overeager cockroach with a questionable moustache. Producer ben guys. I'd like to see that cockroach. Yes comedy cockroach. Sounds like a cockroach so maybe I'm imagining a credit. One of those. So horrible plastic massages. You get in christmas crackers or maybe you don't go because you probably get some sort of like car in your christmas crackers or something but not an faberge hundred masons deluxe range coming up later in. Today's episode. I'm going to be challenging to the actor and former king of the jungle the winner of serous seven of i'm a celebrity christopher biggins i think the moment he threw up on the cliffs he was my widow. He's been absolutely charming. I think he's just handled it brilliantly. As bad people love he laughs at excels and where people come to me for advice. If they're going into the jungle and my advice always be yourself and he is see on the script you've written. Icg age which i feel some some points acronyms become more than that was. You could just misled like you said out loud eddie foot. Gmo age. Which i was bored helps me. Fill the time wasting for jordan. Come out to the also and we should just say if you are listening to this podcast. Contemporaneously have only got five more episodes of celebrity. The final is on friday coming up. Which means ben potentially depending on now. The voting has happened and we're voting to to keep our favorites in the camp. If jordan makes it to the final gene divas. You got five more episodes of this. If jordan comes out before. I get an early night. It's win win win really. I'm i'm fairly relaxed about about everything. Well i had a good old lion yesterday. So i'm feeling refreshed and ready to go for the final five days and looking back. It's been two weeks now jordan on our television screens. He's been in a car. So i don i which is more of a challenge watching it for two weeks or being in the castle but yeah i guess it's time for a bit of reflection. How'd you think jordan has changed since he got into the castle because well it seems long ago now but when we first saw him on that cliff was he was in a very different place to where he is now literally. And metaphorically yes he. It was all downhill from there I or india naught it was actually uphill for jordan. Because he has he has really developed as a person. We love him obviously very much. But i think he has. I want to say he's matured. I thought about saying matured. But then i remembered jeff say pulling finger so maybe matured isn't the way isn't the word but i think he has sort of the way. He looks at obstacles or challenges in his life and what he has learned within in these first two weeks and he he may go no further. Who knows i think he will then when he has. You know a lesser challenge in life. Because i mean. I doubt very much. There are going to be many more opportunities in his life where he's locked in a box with snakes calling him although we have got to do in the spring. So we implant that yet. I think he will go well. I've done that actually. This is a because jordan said on the podcast before jordan sometimes when he's going through sort of difficult life career social decisions sometimes. I do the same with him. We'll we'll phone each other of talk it through jordan perhaps needs needs more talking through. Because he's he's a talker and his job. But i actually think probably. Although he'll i would hope he's still finds me for advice. I think actually he'll be a lot. More self assured and confident as he goes about every aspect of life. Yeah it is is a funny thing. Isn't it because. I think a lot of people and this is getting for the software now which is an we often. Don't get so serious on help us. that's my boss. But we have our moments. I'd say we'll we'll do a penis joke in a minute. Stay with us change. But i think a lot of people say. Oh they'll consider. Change is a bad thing of developing always change. But i think i completely disagree with that. As a as a as a thought process i think changing is what we can order to combat people and i think not only as jordan so of developed himself. I think just being in that environment he as this podcast proves for both of you for for everyone involved we get along with people that aren't always exact like us and i think jordan has once again been flung into a situation where he's with eleven other people probably most of whom are nothing like him on paper. They wouldn't normally go for pint with my our or i mean he'd be making. Tv victoria daba shit but actually big on a level with them and just having hopefully a nice time as well as being starving and being forced to or for awful trials He he'll have learned so much about himself. And i it does make me i often. I'm in the last few days of sort of talk about a preemptive criers when it's over which again is out. Sounds quite weird. But i'm thinking about the end and it's going to be emotional. Isn't it when when they saw sort of wraps up. I think that's the sleep deprivation joke. It'll it'll italy that for you. Yeah i i think he'll. It'll be very interesting if nothing else. It's a good chapter of the inevitable autobiography in kennel. Twenty years so is there. An autobiography called unbroken. Is that the name of oh. Is someone that aim of barack obama's new automobiles or or is that michelle obama's no she's becoming. Oh my god. Can you imagine becoming coming noth. I sweat well. I was gonna say broken jordan. Break them but maybe the Jones autobiography is going to be called. Happy place i mean come on oh yeah of course well in another world the second one might be broken when or happy place colon picky completely nonsense echo which makes sense now this time last week. What we did was chatted through a few of the questions. So i think there's an opportunity to onto some more. Some more of those. I put it out on inscribed the other day to go through chaos. I what do you think jordan. More say when he discovers. Ben has taken his place. Well jordan should we let them into a secret so when when we knew this was going to be happening a few weeks fort was announced when it was definitely confirmed he he was going. We you and me start as a plot what we were going to do. And we decided that we wouldn't tell jordan because we didn't concern him. He had enough on his plate. Worry about so we wouldn't. We wouldn't worry him once he's gone. We can do what we like basically but he did manage to emotionally blackmail us before he went to tell him what we were going to do. And so he he is aware but on. I ain't think he is aware off is and i say these words reluctantly. It's a sunday some unfailing. He wasn't aware of how good you would be in his shoes while compliment. I mean i'm. I struggled to skip back a bit. Because when it was are off to tell jordan. This offer news that i be switzerland. The microbes first time. Who was it down to. It was down to me one of those situations where there's this awkward thing that everyone knows needs to be said. There's a group you know they need to say something to someone in the room silent and you just know that everyone's looking at you wasting you'd say something and as you'll know if you listen to the podcast regularly. I don't say so difficult for me but no here we are. I mean i haven't taken his place. Let's make that very clear jordan. Very much be back on the mike fame monies back from the cost. So don't worry about that. it's been good fun. Hasn't it william. And i like to think that maybe jordan more laugh at least one in my jokes. Probably the bush one when he listens to these. Yes the the crew district james. We've had another question here from sarah. What has been jordan moment of the series so far. Well i think you may have different. Thoughts is is is the vine volt happy place chanting that he did not so much. Anything jordan is that that was his moment of the series so far because obviously those celebrities have no idea what is being broadcast mean. Look at the the show. Is that of ninety minutes. Maximum per night. I'm sure there's all sorts of comedy gold and things that have gone on that we haven't seen but the fact that he is he plays happy. Place has inspired in the news. The other day it's raised over twenty thousand pounds for Burnley f c t shirts that you can buy if you by the way. Jd was want to to buy them. There's a lincoln all bio on twitter or on instagram. Click on national. Tv you to the right page. The proceeds from it go to among others pedals hospice course. We interviewed bethann sammy a few days ago. I think when jordan comes out regardless of anything else that will be his proudest achievement. I think back to when we saw anson deck talking about that trial on instagram stories. Saying this is one of the best trials we have done. And i think we were both quite nervous about that because it was audio jordan but he got in volts and i can say stole the hearts of the nation. He has been on sky sports. He has had bernie players talking about. He's raised thousands and thousands of pounds of charity. Just because he was really scared and he got taken to a took himself to his happy place so when he discovers that he's going to i think as you as you've mentioned yourself i think before he is going to well up and i have cried himself in the most nice way as possible because what impact. He's had and i think that would be a highlight for most liberties that step foot in the car struggle. And he did it on the source. Second day or something like that. So yeah tough debate. So many other things come to mind. I mean scarf between the legs also but for the impact. It has to be happy place. Happy place to have more. I think third question just before we go to the break. Which celebrity in the car. So would you like as a guest on the podcast. When this all snow more from rob jordan guest yes a regular feature maybe once every month and we just yeah maybe on the bonus friday episodes he could take a come on. Yeah who would i like. I don't know probably roussy henshaw new. You're gonna say iraq know beverly. I think it's got to be. Beverly get get better leone. We've had. We've had her stepdaughter much as well. Have the woman sound. Book still has arrived. Actually that reminds me so as soon as the book. I'm just gonna have to take the day off. Work out probably forget to book. A guest again. Read kim on sits and then i cannot listeners that day key moments in beverly council life does that sound okay to been as long as you're happy i'm happy identifies true and talking happy. I know something that's going to make you. Happy me family despondent. It's another look into the archive from jordan's joke of the week. My boss exit shortlist name to dick especially 'cause they've come from and remember. Jean divas every day. You can vote as to who you would like to keep in the castle we would like you to for jordan. We would love you to vote for jordan at all. The information is on i. Two dot com search for. I'm a celebrity. And the information is there or it's on any celebrities social media as well. Remember you're voting to keep people in the castle. Not vote out so few like jordan. If you want jordan to stay vote for jordan. We'll be back after this today. Sponsor is brought to you by nature. Made the number one pharmacist recommended vitamin and supplement brand nourished by nature made is a personalized vitamin regimen. That removes the guesswork of selecting supplements. That are specific to you. Backed by forty five years of science delivered right to your doorstep and costing on average less than two dollars a day. Nourish is your one stop shop for customizable supplements visit. Nourish dot com. Get started today. Hello this message is coming to you. From the history. Extra podcast from bbc history magazine a collection of fascinating conversations with leading historians. Giving you the low down on history's biggest characters hidden stories and greatest adventures speaking of great adventures. This week. The history extra cost is brought to you by booking dot com. Whether you're looking for a culture filled city break a local getaway or far flung adventure you can save at least thirty percent with booking dot coms black friday deals these deals for a limited time. Only so you need to book before. I december to make the most of them but the good news is that you'll have the flexibility to travel any time in twenty twenty one head to booking dot com forward slash blackfriday to book your next big adventure. Fishes an introduction to the podcast gets a flavor for your neighbor parent over the fence when things have got sense with the most outrageous tales of your next door fails. The time has come for you to listen to score next dole. My name's rich williams. I'm joan school next. Door is our brand new podcast. They got at hopefully a bit more than you love. Your neighbors says the new episode every wednesday sits for us wherever you listen to podcasts defined that will older fluffy tobacco neighbors. You might as well listen to the people that hate us. Our guest today is someone who is perhaps even more at home in a pair of high heels than our to jordan the actor former king of the jungle and renowned pantomime dame christopher biggins. Hello christopher we're doing very well thank you won't do you make all of our children. In the castle. I say the moment he threw up on the cliffs he was my widow iphone vulnerability of him. And i know what it's like that i initial thing i mean i was very lucky i was. I came in three days late. Into and i have to fly in. I didn't have to be jumped in. I didn't have to. I did not think. All i did was walk. It's act and i won't enjoy an is the alive challenge Which was very terrifying serapheim. Because i was behind a bush to go on. And i could hear this. American voice of a woman called janice dickinson to be the most hideous woman. I've ever been in my life and she She then proceeded to do that. She was charming but anyway she. We did the challenge and she didn't do one single thing. I did everything. And i want all the south side. This is interesting. Then i found out what a vile woman she was. So and of course we were down to the last two in the jungle and i was convinced she wanted. She was convicted. When it was announced that i'd shaved got up literally got up. Went to a car. Go to which the apple was very funny. You keep in touch on every day when you're in the jungle you're on the edge of y'all wooden stool oil log Anticipation the fact that antagonise say your victims but joan. Wait we out tonight. Joel is without doubt my winner from day. One i as i say for the throughout my widow not some. He'll be thrilled to hear that. He's been absolutely charming I i think he's just handled it brilliantly. He's bay people love. He loves it excels and where people come to me for advice. If they're going into the jungle and my advice always be yourself and he is. I of course i. I've never heard of it before this show. And i but i sincerely believe is being himself. He could not make that up. yeah he is. He is being as charming and lovely. Thanks for eleven years the listeners. Listen to this for three years. And i was at the whether you detected this with any of the other series christopher it sort of is a little bit in the hands of those registering interests to how much of your personality is. Put out there while editing is the key to this show and in fact you. You can't win or lose by the editing. I mean you look at someone like eight who i've met. Who's a charming young man and a very good set. But apparently he's just coming over his dallas ditch water. And i think he's not being given his chance. I mean i may be wrong. That she really is does ditch water and nobody wants to. He certainly not being given shops. And that was when he and At the east end the guy Chain ritchie shane. Richie had a moment about washing out. And they will wonderful look scary back since always that it was a knox ever gonna do the challenge. That hasn't other than that. And actually the chain has been such a positive of the tiny bit attention that has been in this series. But it hasn't it hasn't been very tense camp really sort of gone now. I think i think that's very unfortunate one of the things. I put it down to the council because i think the cost is too big to spread like finish. They will sleeping area. They've got a sitting area. They've got a washington. We never had any of that. I mean we did have a. We have to go down to the pool in wash so that that that was that. But you they're all over the place you there's not one place saint consequently no one's gone on top of each other and of course at the end of the day it's all very nice to everybody will take it all but it's not fun fun for the audience point of view they to see browns. They want to see you. Jillian mckee's saints and all that sorta thing go on. I mean it's hysterical. When that happens and you want someone to really hate if you possibly can. We're entering the the final week intention. Is this sort of the point where it all does as you get rid of a few personalities as well as this more tension could come. Yes i think. I think tension could stop build in a in a very big way. I mean it was evident with aj at the top business which has been that befall because shade obviously doesn't like to wash up and there's the state of those patents. He left stand disgusting. You put that his law maxi the queen which navy in it would not. You wouldn't put it in front of a trump and he didn't like being pulled up on entity there. He did not. I mean he's he's clever shane. He's not putting the business so he's very funny. I mean he's very funny deed. But i mean i think it's the council is being great but i hope they go back there. I mean if i was going to the jungle this year i would have been very disappointed to go into the castle. I must say because speech freezing in that. Yeah i think that's why they give them wolves because otherwise they don't get pneumonia. That's been great. Tv a distant for death. Now i you. When you were that in the jungle in australia you joined in your hammock by a rent when you were sleeping now as listeners will know i was petrified of rats. I had hypnotherapy before i watched this this series so i could just cope with watching jordan potentially do things with rents. How was rationed hammock. How did you we. You sched- well i tell you what 'cause we we Rich self. we had a chat. I to go breakfast. And we had to go to an underground room and we got down. We walked down into the underground room and the dole slammed behind us. And we were in that that was just too from six very tight hammocks and we looked around. That was a poll to in the cold and there was nothing else and out. Where we suddenly saw a rat arise we we screamed we jumped onto the the hammocks which was very precarious. And you'd full off immediately as we jumped onto them. We were aware they've letted two hundred. Rats oh my go into this area now. It was nighttime so they had a night camera office. Which was that was brilliant. Actually because we did manage to fall asleep at night but we decided if one got on top of us that would be we'd say So anyway time goes on. And i fall asleep and then i wake up and i'm sure that somebody instead i in the dark. I'm convinced it's my water bottle fact. It's iraq which. I really got my hands on. And the ranch's won't be around my crotch And then what i do. I cover a sheet with the rats of the rack now covered and and i lay back again. I sort of go back to sleep. And then the rat comes out from underneath the cover and a night touch it and ice cream and i threw it against the wool where we can confined of the cell. And that's where history was made is one of the funniest moments i think they've ever had and ice cream. Oh my god gated off me. Get off me and it was. It was perfect. Mean wasn't passing inside but it was a you okay with rents now has exposure therapy. You'll you'll find with the now. When i did one the jungle that year the following year i went back to documentary for it about the making of the series. And i met man who deals with all the animals all the critters and he has his own area of the of set the six months before had he breeds everything and And i think the cleverness of the including the rats is the fact that all clean that not. The cockroaches are dirty i mean. Can you imagine if something happened to one of the celebrities and we laugh about people dying have nothing is going to kill you in as the fault of which will kill you off all that. That's yeah okay. Well interesting nine nine they. They breed all that cockroaches and maggots and rents and very nice young man. You've just that nice to have a hobby. Did you also going back into the sleeping bear whether you're in a hammock. All it was part of a task or somewhere else did you mind being filmed sleeping. Because i think it's a bit voyeuristic for friday to be to be filming people sleeping. It's bit weird. Isn't it very interesting to say that the first night Read to see in the oakland underneath the sky underneath the stars. I did think to myself about what's going to crawl over me during the night and i did fall asleep and fat. I set the best. I've ever snapped by life every single night so much say that i think they might have been putting bro bite in the water because we had no. I mean there was thought one sexual fault. And i checked with olbermann. We never know caught with a you do a direction in the morning. It's all very solar say anal. But i didn't mean it was the lack of that exactly all about fold and but we didn't have any and it was it was fascinating. I remember one voting waking up with a stops because there was a sound guy literally two inches away from my face hooting you. Backfield's and my mic. That frightened me. Because i wasn't expecting but it was very funny. And of course. It's is one of the cleverest televisions because nobody backstage at new cameraman. Their sound guy out whatever producer nobody's And even that watches a covered over us. They didn't even know what time it is. I mean it's really at gay. Jordan has at the other the other day shaved off his beard his almost treatment bid on you pro or anti jordan's new. Look i love is new. Look i think it's i think it's great. I think he looks nice. And fresh. yes and You know. I think people with beers have very castle because they can look very odd tape and raffled But i think he's he looks fantastic now. I mean i really be peaks. I suspect he went to get it. Stopped growing it again. He's he looks wonderful. I think is about newly good. And i loved it when he was in the shower the other day and they would tweet each other's nipples. That was very the yes. Can you see can you see on. Produce abedin's yes. I can't i can't i. Yes now that should that should be shaved off good that yeah when we finish this interview please go go get rid of it thank you i i tell him that. Dieting but what is not believing. no no he he will. We'll make recalled this regardless on tape now with less than a week to go. Who is your prediction for. King or queen of the cost well. Jody has to be nice by fate. As i said my favorite. I think he will definitely with it because i think he's. He's proved himself to be the a really nice nomo guy and i think that's the public won't i also Love the coronation street woman. Seventy cannot beverley callard. who i think has been. She has had some of the funniest lines i mean. I really became a vegan vegan of by favorite like so much of the country as a yes exactly regretting it already. She's she's a. Don't you call it. A husband shack something. Make a shank mega shag. That old man And i think she is described as a king or queen of the could be of those. I think the other a very good to us. But i think it's ready cleaned somehow. Who's going to win this year already. Well we shall see fingers crossed. I'm i'm very word we might as well be jinxing it over no dirt. Say that i'm sure will be fine. Obviously jordan can't hear us but let's pretend he can. Can you share a good luck. Message for jordan jordan. I think you've been absolutely wonderful in the jungle. Two thousand twenty two thousand and twenty is going to go down as one of the anus ramblas. We is is seen and you have given us all light at a freshness to this year. You've made it very special and we all love you for that. You thank you for being yourself. Thank you for going back and thank you for winning. Which i hope you will do in a week's time he's made all of our amos's let's christopher thank you so much indeed. It's a pleasure. I very great own. Tomorrow's episode where we trashing jordan's friend and see bbc presented. Joe tosca domas too much. There's another episode with you tomorrow until then by hello there. This message is coming to you from the history. Extra podcast from bbc history magazine a collection of fascinating conversations with leading historians. Giving you the low down on these big characters hidden stories and greatest adventures speaking of great adventures. This week. The history extra podcast is brought to you by booking dot com. Whether you're looking for a culture filled city break a local away or a flung adventure you can save at least thirty percent with booking dot com black friday deals these deals for a limited time. Only so you need to book before. I december to make the most of them. But the good news is they go. Have the flexibility to travel any time in twenty twenty one head to booking dot com forward slash blackfriday to book your next big adventure.

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#267-The Talk is About Jericho

The Double Dropkick Show

39:53 min | 1 year ago

#267-The Talk is About Jericho

"Yellow Russell with championship wrestling with a big week. Join US right now. Hey welcome to the double dropkick show. I'm Heath Mulligan and it is September twelfth. Two Thousand Nineteen and today on this episode gun talk a little wrestlemania. Did you cause we are the wrestling podcasts talk about the wrestling. You grew up with resonated. Watch now and stuff lately. We've been talking about lawn stuff because when you watch a lot of risk wrestling really all that good. I'm really excited for a W on TNT. I'm really excited to see what they do that. Because for twenty years we've been we've been begging for an alternative and we're like impacts not really cutting it for us. A ring of honor's not kind of course we really WANNA alternative and here comes this company company. We're going to be an alternative. We're going to be different. We're going to be on TNT. We've got Jim Ross Tony. Giovanni signed me up but I'm I'm very curious to see how they parted. Watch yeah so I have not watched all out yeah I've had time. I've just not had time to watch and I'll be honest honest with you. Based on the sorry state of the pre shows that they put out. I won't be yeah you watch the pre show and you're like what in the world not as I'm not into the Orange Cassidy's yeah. I don't like this and that and make you a bad person that make you bad vanishes. What you know lying I want to I would rather somebody come along and do some old school school staff and I'll be honest with you. The more like I always I don't like Kenny Omegas. thought build a Bill Katya bagels. It was good right. I never liked to hear him tall. Look at him his body language I just the way he carries himself just yeah. I don't like any of that stuff. I never have but I always knew that he was a good wrestler. Yes but I'll be honest with the morale of the more I realized that he's the best wrestler in the world as long as he's in the ring with Okada right and not that he's not a good wrestler. Yes probably a better than you know better than good but I don't think he's as good as I Saudi was seen him in the ring with other people yeah you know. Okada and him have a chemistry together. That's right and he just doesn't to me I. I don't know that he's the guy you're building a company. I don't think they are building a company around. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe they're planning that is to I'm sure it is to figure him into the upper card but he just you know. Cody is the same way man like as I don't know I cody might have been. I think he's gotten better. I mean we've talked about it. He has gotten a lot better but I still don't know that he's ever. We're going to be a guy that I would pay a lot of money to see in a main event right. Yes so the again either. One of us were able to watch all out I do think we love your thoughts on Jericho. Being the I champion we do I wanNA talk about Jericho because as soon as all outside over stuff starts going viral with him and so I really WanNa talk about just Jericho in his ability to adapt adapt work yeah and and yeah so where your thoughts on putting the championship on him. I think it's good I mean I think sometimes you have to use the tidal elevated guy and sometimes the guy elevate a title and and I think putting it'll him to start with is a good move because I think the money's always in the chase. Yes especially starting off with a company if you put it on like nobody really knows much about hangman page yes but I'd like to know more about him. I'd like to learn who I'd like to see what his motivations are and I'd like to learn those types of things about fight him and and I'd like to follow his to be yeah that's to me. That's a good opening store. That's a good first chapter. In Yeah is building like if you want to build it right hangman page building that reputation off the back of Chris Jericho and Y- great and now you're going to have a weekly TV to tell the story of hangman page introduce him to a broader audience and to me again. I didn't see it but Chris Jericho. He says this throwaway line a little bit of the bubbly. I did see that it's it's a it's not just from dumb and dumber right. He's see stole. The dusty Rhodes idea yeah take something people have heard before that they may not even unrealized. They've heard Oh my and he probably wasn't even thinking about it. You know it just came out I mean he clearly wasn't he was just at living yeah and they said that in dumb and dumber. You're telling me that that was not scripted. Believe it or not I don't thank you but it goes viral the next day he loses the KP chair and he loses the Dang Bell but that's like one of the coolest things that could happen right. They got it back. You know that's kind of a cool thing. Fell this bag on the side of the highway opened it. Uh Up and we'll hear it is. Is that what the guy saying. Oh let me just he oh he put it on craigslist and they're like hey you know they're looking for that and he's like Oh. I thought this was just a replica. I don't know anything about wrestling. They're like no need to turn that into the authorities who who told him that he posted on craigslist or facebook marketplace so he's like hey. I found this on the side road anybody with this is worth in there like that's because that hasn't been out long enough to for them to have replicas of it. Let me tell either when they get those three to four hundred dollar replicas of that belt. He's going to be about five thousand people wearing them at the dying show. Oh yeah that is their audience their audience yeah they're. They're the replicable crowd right. There's no doubt and that's a that's a good looking bell. Pretty Nice is bill. I'm just GONNA say it. Finders keepers possession is not intense little low I sure wouldn't I mean I I would show it to you. I would display. How awesome would that would a bid. They'll drop kicks. You note even say nothing about it but just behind this L. Michelle the Awa World Championship. That would have been cool. We are not going to be buying the replica so but the takeaway really from from me and I didn't see the match but I'm guessing the Lucci brothers and the young bucks Dang near killed themselves a ladder matt. Yes and Chris Jericho got over because was he said listen a little bit of the bubbly look at these cheap olives because he's actually a bright eyed so crazy and he's not crazy. It's been what wrestling this very day one about about personalities and that's and and now oh you said on behind the scenes earlier. You got all these guys. They're all cookie cutter. Yeah no personality. I do think the same L. Dress say they all the same. They all brother brother brother to me like that's one thing I do like about out. The the W youtube videos they are trying to introduce you to the personalities of the one this week was saying Avera era and here's a guy. Why is he wearing a pain to head. I like it. That's different is he a biggest guy but he and he's like man cody said I was a good worker got potential. I hate that I want it now. I'm like I like this kid. I didn't like him before the mugs word of paying hey into head. I I know who you're talking about. Don't know about depend a yeah. He wore to the ring. That was his like ring year. Instead of like wearing like the the lionhead like somebody would wear it was like a panda. It wasn't a Peter. It wasn't a real pain Peter Peter. I'm getting some pepperoni pizza today. They lost. I'm not well now. Come on now can't I can't. It's not I can't say okay. We'll talk about thank you but it just goes to show not only the personality of Chris Jericho but that he is he is a performer yeah he and he adapts and he changes and if you go back over his whole career he has always reinventing himself more so I would say then probably any other wrestlers be right. He's like like flea. Flavors pretty much been flyer. Hogan's always kind of been Hogan right even when he turned Steve Austin Steve Austin but you're right Jericho. It's always a little something different man he tweaked. He keeps reinventing himself. That's pretty pretty cool man. Did you see the video of him in the hot tub when he announced that the belt was missing. He's in this hot tub. Who wearing the scarf of course you he. He has a champagne pours. It in the glass sets sets. The glass down drinks bottle. It's just these little yeah that most guys would be like because stupid well what we're scarf and hot too does Golo character and it was just kind of like all these little little things that the guy did and he's like whether a couple had to be a couple of things if if the guy I really found this bill on the side of a highway that sounds like they give him the no questions asked the deal and he was like I better take advantage of that yeah but the story was may cause. Some people say man Chris Jericho needs to to get help he got drunk and he lost this belt and data but no matter what happened is bad. He lost is is bad and he turned it into some sort of angle and he made it about him. It's not like he fell over in a ditch with with the backseat of allegedly at Longhorns that the whole story like for me like I was reading it all the details that went he's not eating it ruins and I'll let you know cody tweets out. I prefer outside Applebee's. Have you heard the thing now. MJ F made some on being the he was making fun of people ate at Applebee's. They were poor. Holy Crap Yeah in arm. Oh sure up in arms. I saw a thing the other day that some some dipstick tweet it out it was like these guys like him and I think he was Kinda. Specifically talk about him. they say these mean things and they don't understand it's not real he it makes me actually not like them and I was like you morons like that is it is real hilly definition of really. Did you hear about where the kid in the wheelchair. What the hey look what I can do no he didn't that's great. Oh Oh oh so we talked about a twitter account on behind the scenes. Why did you become a patron for dollar. A month. That add episode today is worth twelve dollars which would be a year worth of subscription. We're talking about this creepy twitter account and that same person said I said I was watching TV the fast forward through an applebees commercial. I BET MGM AF would be proud and I was like what is wrong. What is wrong with people. Oh I might go eat it up these today just to make you mad now. I don't want anything but applebee's and that's why Jay it's great great. He's got me wanting to go. I think I'm sure you know so not to change subjects so there was y claw shortage in the United States. Did you hear about it. I don't even probably clips started back. Oh Gosh but but joe is this all started. If you'd follow wrestling twitter Joey Janetta show had a white claw and and so all the people on twitter like what's the white call and then everybody the all the wrestling twitter people I went to the thing in Tennessee. The white claw was all everybody's talking about. Oh it's gross and honestly like I think wrestling fans calls today white call shortage too because I don't know I honest with you. I don't think Joey knows over enough have to cause a white cloth shortage. I here's what I think I think somehow went viral like the Popeye's chicken now get that people hear about it and start talking about because I think Joey and so I think think George Knell has started it but then person B no Joel Annella but I think it just I think it may have started as wrestling thing but grew beyond that where people were just talking about white. kloss people have been talking about white clothes for a while. Oh I'm not in that. You're not running in the alcoholic grab. trust me. White cloth has been a main for like a year now. I didn't know that because there's it's the most basic it's it's. It's alcohol for stupid kids that WANNA get drunk but can't handle the flavor of real alcohol. Yeah I mean. There's nothing like anybody who's a real season drinker. They ain't drinking white club. I can tell me why white call is for fresh delivers livers. I think is what it is. It is it is for sorority girls and Frat guys to if I'm being honest I mean I've seen Frat Frat guys buying it but they're just buying it to give the sorority girl yeah it is. It's the most basic drink you know. It's the chicken mcnugget of food. are this chicken mcnugget alcohol. It's like the most basic the copyright we copy that that you can hear the chicken mcnugget of wrestling whatever you know and that's all wrestling is now a bunch of chicken mcnuggets but that's what it is is you don't getaway go ahead one. I like where you could put the things together. I was like I gotta travel and because everybody's 'cause I like. I like tonic water as most post season alcoholics. Do I enjoy the taste of club soda tonic water so I was like okay well. I'll try one 'cause I like Seltzer. You know I enjoy the taste of it. Speaking of mixing drinks together we didn't. I didn't talk about this. Sonar these episode. We went to the coke place. Sorry boomer we went to the coke place at Disney Springs and you can buy the tray. We bought the trae where you can try all the different Coke Syrup Sir. Let me tell you they were all heart. Hot Garbage Yeah Yeah. They're not. They were not good. It was cut know how to pay instead of the fifteen dollars beverly having beverly. I don't know I'm I've tried it. Forget it. I've tried to block that out of my some of it was such an unpleasant experience. different flavors right from around the world all created for the pallets of other countries in the stuff that they it was not created for the milliken pal and no I've never done now you can go to the chill zone it epcot and they got little bitty cups and they got all these fountains up and you can just kind of get. Lou Little Cups full taste but I think he'd get more at the world coke but the best thing to do at world a coat that we always try to do is like at some point during the day we wanna chill out and relax. We go upstairs. You went up on the the the the deck right. Yes we always just go up there and get a Mexican coke in the bottle. they still use sugar yeah they don't use corn syrup and they're spectacular when they're for the good just icy cold and we'll sit back and I think we've got some pictures with the polar bear. Maybe how to check that was I mean we got to make the code. Polar bear the only the only one in exists and you know you know where he was from. He was not the polar but the guy who was in charge. The polar bears handler South Carolina gamecocks fan than I had on a clemson hat and so we did is we do. We've both the JAL Jack agreed on our hate for Alabam yeah so Anyway Chris Jericho man he's great so they say you remember ever went to when he said he was the man of a thousand and one year remember that you remember when it would be mad at somebody and then he would he would kind of Paul and then tell them they just made the list member he married when he started that band end when he came out over all that time when the rock was talkin and they've made a big deal in building him up like somebody was coming to w. w. from WCW remember when he had Ralph he's been around long he really has he's been around a long time and he's at a I mean he's been on top for a long yeah. He was like you think about he was the first I unified champion and didn't win that match against Very Horowitz and Dean Malingco Big Stone Cold Steve Austin the Rock in the same night and honestly I haven't done that. That's right He. It was the first because that was in an era when everybody will all the old guys were going to. WCW and they were getting the the big checks text to not do a whole lot of work and he was like one if not the was one of these the most notable that I can remember guy from who was kinda underneath me foul of those old guys it wouldn't get out of the way who made the jump to wwe to to become a star he writes that he was like the first one on and that era to make that Joan and and kind of spearhead guys saying all right. I want to go up there. That's where the the understand you could probably make a little more money down here and do a little bit less but I would rather go up there and be a star yeah yeah he he's done well. He's done all right from bestselling author and I read. I read one of his books really. I can't remember which one but everyone of yeah he's multi-talented multifaceted. I do think the talk of VM being the goat. I don't think that's true. that's him the right. That's the thing about wrestling fans man a and he says it and then they take it and run with it and start believing yeah. Let me let me ask ask you this. If we're if and I'm I'm not talking about back to says and funks and brisk but if we're just talking about modern era air eighties to to now we're we're starting off really starting off a new era. What could you what could be at the upper levels of wrestling a boom. I do not think I do not think it's going to trickle down to the lower independence. It's going to be a boom. There are going to be a few companies that get bigger would not be surprised to see ring of honor an impact of course now impact owns access TV which is crazy so but my question is Chris. Jericho's Awa world champion champion is would it be possible for him to have a run in the next two or three years in a way that elevates that company and gets them to level that we may not even think they can get to does that put him on the Modern Day Mount Rushmore with guys like takers and yeah I mean I think he's got a you know I think he would have a claim if he if that company takes off and becomes as popular in a real man I think he's got a legitimate claim to at least be in that conversation. I don't know that ever will be. I thanks for the kind of go back to what happened Monday night and Tuesday night if anybody anybody wants to to really have a real wrestling boom they've got to stop bringing back. Steve Austin too stunned the stars of today yeah and they've got to stop bringing bringing back to choke slam into stolen the stars of today yeah they have to stop doing that and I love both of those yeah but I mean lean imagine if you know there's this picture man. What if every you know every other year? Bruno San Martino come back the WWF in the eighties and put randy savage in a bear hood Rhino R. R. Come. Out and talk to anybody and you know what I'm saying what if every what if every year and a half Harley race came back and beat up all the four horsemen right right so I just think if they WANNA if they really wanna get a a and get some guys of today over you have to stop bringing back people and reminded him of how much better excellent used to be how much bigger and larger than life the stars I used to be and her that ratings for that raw were not very good the effort to same thing I mean it's because yeah you know. I don't want to spend a lot. We don't spend a lot of time talking about it because I don't know I don't watch it. I want if I watch the wash the Steve off and stuff I mean I watched it on Youtube and the way you could with when it comes to wrestling you can just go on facebook and see everything everything. You need to see without sitting there for three hours. If IF Steve Austin had come out and the glass shattered Blah Blah Blah Blah and then the you know the fame comes out and destroy Steve Austin yeah we we database and Bray Wyatt made that character made for a decade predicatively because nobody does it. Maybe they're GONNA do that. I don't know maybe you and I may be wrong. I think Steve Austin feels like he owes them one for that brock listener thing he can tell when he talks about it all the time yeah that he regrets yeah not that he regrets. I don't think he regrets not not putting him over. I think like Nice regrets like wall and stuff. He you know he beats himself up about it. I think and I really it's almost like sometimes you feel like. He thinks he owes them. One and I wish he would pay it. I think he's waiting to pay it off with the right guy yeah. You know I think yeah. I'm I'm. I'm very excited for you. Get back jerk for a w to do and that's that's you got inex- t the next. We're according to some towards next week. INEX- T goes the USA or Wednesday night. We're just a couple of weeks from this eighty he w debut on TNT and then the same week. I guess I guess. Aws debuts October second and then smackdown moves the Fox. I mean this. This Fox. Deal was announced over a year ago. We're here to add it like that's pretty exciting to see and then you wonder how things are we're. GonNa use wonder how things are going to change but this boom period is gonna be. There's GONNA be two companies. You're calling it a boom period and boomed right right right. What what you know for a while right right? You and you won't know till Yeah Ed this. You won't know for a year. I'm not quite ready to go declared a boom period yet. I'm I'm sorry I'm sorry. Use Your opinion. You have your opinion. I'm just it's. It's not really my opinion on repeating what other people I mean. Several people toby. Hey we're getting ready to go into a boom period and I don't don't believe that I believe it might be it might be a boom period for Tony Kahn Vincent Man Right. Here's my issue my concern with a e W is that they are going to cater to the ironic crowd and that is not that will make it a fad in that will not lie. Yes I would hate to see Awa wrestling be the pet rock rock. You know what I mean are the fidget spinner. I think we talked we may have already taught us but where it gets hot for a few months but there's you know but then the novelty of the Orange Cassidy's of the world where all they have. There's going to be when you realize that's all. That's a one dimensional. Here's the here's this is going to be the harsh reality for a debut to our wrestling. Show you get seven seven or eight segments. They've already signed probably twice as many people as I thought they would. I thought they were going to sign about thirty thirty people men and women. I thought they were GONNA. Keep it pretty tight roster. They've already expanded baby double that some some of those people are GonNa find out really quick. There's space for all y'all own a two hour our TV show every week and I think that is going to be I think for some of these young guys is going to be a wakeup lake up. Call of Oh wow here I came here to have creative freedom and here's another thing too they've been letting y'all have creative freedom freedom on these pay per views and you eight to ten minute match has been going on fifteen to twenty minutes when you get to TV. You cannot not do that in the Jericho's of the world are going to be pissed off when they get to the end of the show. That's gone over and now Jericho didn't have time to do his staff. Steph because he is the man you think of all the matches it all out. Do you know the Max that got cut for time also Omega and Park right one of the voted the the mayor I remember I was we ran. A seminar was Cedric Alexander and this before said it went this is when he was kind of in that waiting eating period between ring of honor and Debbie and he he and guys who he had guys pair off in. They're gonNA work. She said you got I think he said four five minutes yet four or five minutes and there was one match and was featuring local guy. He's Ace Armstrong Acer. Ace Armstrong was put in this throw together match with a guy that physically couldn't do any of the drills they'd been doing because he had a bad knee. He was a big guy he and as had the best match of any. I've that's not my words at century. ZANDER's works so you said that was the best match an when y'all came in under time etcetera said guys somebody all went one minute two minutes over you do that on TV you ain't on TV next week and that stuck with nick me and I think but I think are the young bucks and cody Rhodes and Kenny Omega going to be able to be jerks like that saying if you can't stay on time we'll get somebody in here. That will because time is valuable. You know what I'm saying. TV's a different beast and none of these people people have been on TV. No and you can tell a lot of them. Do the things in front of you know seventy five people right. This does not translate to bigger rain right now. I mean little things and you know Harley race if you ever watch his matches we've talked about it before like you can see. Harley was a guy that could work for the guy up in the cheap seats. Yeah I mean you could tell by doing so. The guy in the cheap seats knew what was going on and a lot of those guys. The subtleties are not there. You're win win. Jim Ross says things like people need to slow down what he means is and I heard this as seminar it takes three seconds for something to register with the crowd so few super kick a GA it takes three seconds for red shoot me Omar. He just got super peaked and by the time on that Super Keith is register with me. The Guy has no sold it and done a Canadian story back to the other guy it is too much for the human brain to comprehend comprehend. It is and then gala Chris Jericho walks in and says how about a little bit of the problem and it gets over bigger than any any moved ooh that anybody did on that show and now it's a t shirt and matter. They may made money off of made made money off of it. That's the name of the Yada make money without putting someone else's name and likeness on a t-shirt don't do that don't they don't do that. Don't do it Jim corn. If you want to hear more about that again. Go behind the scenes for dollar month. It Patriot dot com slash double drop kick. Hey we want to hear here. We want to hear your thoughts. It's good to get back to some wrestling talk again the next probably the next time we record detailed failed out of town the next time we're supposed to or because. I'm out of town the time I'm the time after that so by listen. We'll be in another boom period of radically by the time we get together. You'll be got a conference in Tennessee. That won't be at where are you going to be. Oh you don't be. I know where you're going to be. Maybe no you'll be better where you're going to be. I've got a guide you can borrow to that. Although you don't need a guy who could write the I go to your guides but Hampshire say. This is a smuggler's run in your future. Yes okay probably so so it was a lot of things a lot of things in my future my future so bright. I gotta wear shades me too and I got a pair out there. That cost more. I I WANNA put them own. These shoes goes more your house. Put those sunglasses. Aung so much shoes in my hat. I WanNa go get some pizza your car and my car. You're GONNA need for you to pay. That is what we do folks if you if this your first time listened to the double drop kick show this is it it is it is not to wrestling expert it is two guys who've been finding their way here in the podcast world old for five years but most of all recapturing that style and panache and that chemistry that made them the tears at Riverside school junior high and pendleton high school yeah so anyway we're on twitter whooping open tail and taken initials because I got town to rotten down names yeah sure and if I wrote down the names you would be able to read it it. Ain't that the truth hey. We're on twitter you. Maybe your own twitter. Maybe you're not some of the kids I'm at Heath Malkin EH. DB Keisha and we're entertaining and you should follow us shown there or not or not doesn't dist- became a patron ought to I've been thinking about turning my twitter into the everyday conversations that I have with the millennials at work. Yes usually create a new account for that. It's funny stuff. I'll say the other day. One of them come up something was going on and he goes. Are you and your feelings and I said I ain't gonNA use the the exact words that I ain't never been in my by failures. We settled pretty angry right now and I said is that would be in your feelings means and he he goes yeah. I said that I probably feeling with you asking me these stupid quick. What does that even mean. Are you in. You're feeling yeah. I don't have any feelings things are in me. I don't know kit. They say so much stupid stuff and they don't get any of my jokes. I Made I call call one of I had. I was working with the kid the other day and said man. It's like seeing you over. Here's ears like cutting off the three stooges and finding out it's an episode was shipping picking. We pick at each other and he looked at me. The blank stare how it had just trust me is disappointed so Komo with a joke I tweeted. This out is one. It was such a funny moment. We walk into Walmart and I'm going. I think I'm I'm going to get Alka Seltzer. 'cause I really WanNa sleep good tonight and this will help me sleep and they have the citrus flavor and alka-seltzer hills you sleep. I think it does does that have to have a virgin liver lily. Oh Oh He's got my it's been drinking go right to bed sometimes but we're walking through the pharmacy and the medicine in my daughter cares remain. She says just out of the blue no prompting 'cause I'm. I was like man. What would this be on and she's like no? I was so disappointed with PEPCO Bismuth. I thought it tastes like bubblegum. Steady tasted like Bud and Allah wow all allstate. I mean you know how I laughed and I laughed and they heard me in automotive department and I just thought that was funny and I applaud Cloudera slap on the back I did I did and I'm like did you and she wouldn't make an a jump ball filter. We've all had that pep abysmal experience because it does yes it is not thought that's just a that's a free public service announcement. Hebdo Biz Mall not not delicious. Hey thanks released into this episode of the double drop. Kick show all our episode spotify. I tunes is in everywhere else as always I'm. He's Malachy mark with yellow yet. I've ever gone this elaine with championship championship wrestling with a big week joyless right now.

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Episode #1905 The New Phil Hendrie Show

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Subscriptions for one week month three years we feel. That's the appropriate time. Let's move on okay. We don't spend our lives on this thing. Okay yes go to spend my life kick. Somebody's at the world. Famous phil henry show and phil hendrie show dot com get a subscription today or tomorrow for christmas. The world famous fill every show for the in southern california. This this is a dickman. I'm robert leonard. i'm general kevin shaw mark gray. Welcome to the world. Save phil hendrie show for today. Here then is phil hendrie. Thank you guys and margaret. I know you and frank was shopping at the chow chow mall. I don't know where that is. Where what is. Where's the ceausescu mall in beverly hills. It's the new mall that they've opened up but what happened. Was frank got into it. I was in the store. And we were christmas shopping. For for dave for for buster relief and for the rest of the guys over at at francs office and then i had some christmas shopping to do for for the twins who it doesn't matter general right so you guys were christmas shopping. Well frank is great. You wanna come on now. He's having a possible. He's doing what he said. He says he's having a popsicle get his tired. Frank what are you doing. I told voted. I was having a block. What's the problem having pumps and waiting to get on the line with henry show. You're talking to your wife right now. Oh all right well. I stopped over here. They had one of those v. Remember what we were coming out of the store tonight. They had the vendor their popsicle vendor on the twenty th whatever. This is the twentieth of december frank. California in the name of everything holy. There's fine so what happened to him. Sitting in my car and a man came over and she says to me. You're in my car at which point you know. I got out of the car. I said we'll go talk to my wife. He's in the store. He has the car keys talking about the man that approached you while you were in the parking lot right. I was in what was in. What i thought was my car. Let me start from the beginning here. Hold on for a minute. I gotta get out of there. Looks like they're having a parade here something. They're moving equipment. What what happened philly. there. I'm right here. Yeah okay what happened is. I'm sorry i came out to. the car. was christmas packages that he'd given me because we went christmas shopping. And i opened up the rear hatch on a range rover which i was sure. Was my range rover. Who is black. I have the black with a sleek lines and the linear detail okay. We don't know what that means. Frank sleek lines. The linear detail got a beautiful range. Rover it has it's got the blackout wheels and the chow chow grill. What do you mean the chow chow. That's the mole we were in no but it's named after the same guy he doesn't understand. Fill so i got into the car. The grill means it's a specialty grilled at range rover does strictly for members of the entertainment. If you happen to know you know. Put johnson are the guys over there. Beverly beverly hill chow chow. Not beverly beverly hill land rover. No i do not. If you're laughing at me so help me god. We don't know what you mean. Kelly you try to explain the story. What we heard on. Frank wait margaret. What we heard was that you got into the wrong car tonight. Got into the wrong car. But i kelly hold on for a minute. Mental illness is foot phil mental illnesses on the move. It's everywhere in america and it is in. It is secreting itself and informing the body politic. I come out of the beverly. I came out of Wolfe's margaret over their i. Their these stores. It's a story over there at the at the center at the mall we rent frank is talking about the chow. Chow mall right. Yeah the judge mo all right. That's really worth what is the. What's the chow chow grill chow guerrillas designed after the couch. It's a real specific world. You put on a land roadway ethics wayne this go ahead dope. I come out. Got christmas. Packages i get into my car. I load the packages in. I get into my car and i light a cigar and i hear out knocking. And there's a guy standing there with a inflamed red eyes and a like a beaver skin campus. I don't know what he had on but he had on a blouse a pair of women's slacks. You know this is all stuff that you're adding on all right okay. But in any way and she says to me what are you doing in my car. And i said your car i said you gotta have the sleek grill. Look there's the chow chow design. And she says to me she's my wife's in the store and what he comes out there's going to be held a pay. If you're now this is by car. I said you watch your tongue with me. My name is frank graham and entertainment turney and my wife's installed by go. Ask him and that's when she started looking at me. Like i landed in a flying saucer and came out the bottom ramp and so is they're arguing with this man. I didn't know any of this is going on. You're you're still in the store. Harveson the store. Why don't you go get her. Why didn't i go get him. Because he's in the store and he's he's wrangling. The price of a coon skin cap. I was getting the davy. Crockett hatfill left. Something like wear on one of my You know singing engagements i right. Okay well whatever. I give up a fat hot holy sweet. Jc you're in the store. Haggling negotiating the price of a coon skin care. And i'm out there trying to say by my reputation in my life with this man. Who's hollering me in the car. So frank where you in this guy's car nut hold the phone for a minute. I'm trying to tell frank you're dragging the story giving star cigar. You're speaking to sit down another guy's car. Am i gonna be able to tell the story. All right sorry. Molina up Roy chan because i happen to like good fragrant cheap cigars. That's where frank gray lives. I live right in the crotch of cheap cigars by it reminds me of the struggle that i had as i came up through the ranks. Sorry so sad So there's this guy and she says to me when my wife comes out and he sees you sitting here there's gonna be a whole planet full of trouble that's going to spin out of orbit ten can destroy a whole universes of dreams. You and i have not never had. And i looked at her and i said god lee aren't you i. I just turned away and turned up. I was knx trying to get the news and listening to gird duffy. Doing the sports you know the sports report on the football field okay. So what's the story with the car. All right so anyway. I a car. I said you're telling me this is your car. And she says yeah. And i said where's your wife. She said he's in the store is can we double check it and this. This guy has got the big nose. The wc fields jones with a with a checkered cap of some kind. And what forget about what the guys wearing. okay francis. Tell me what the the upshot of this was phil. Frank will tell you the story as he tells the story. There's a lot of detail here. Thank you very much margaret. That's why i married him. He's a wonderful woman. Backs me up. All right fine. So the guys wearing whatever he's wearing looked like the guy had on a hot rod jacket and a pair of penny loafers up so she says to my car. So what is it. I have a black land rover and she says so do i. And you're sitting in it and she said you also lit up a fat stinking roy tan and it's funny she said it's a funny thing because had been a white owl or something like the can't help to have had a tampa says it's called heaven. Tampa shows what you know. And she's all. Oh ouch that hurt. So now we get an almost a shoving match. I say You know yeah you didn't put hands on the guy. No but i felt in my mind got into a shoving match until finally this guys wife comes out of store. He's about five foot. Two eyes apply keep slipping into that too is a blue okay. I'll he was. He was of little tiny blonde feisty. Hell with a booth on hairdo and baked big rarin. Another personal descriptions are all right now. The wave comes out and he says what are you. I said what am i. I said i'm a full grown man. And i was just talking to your husband and she's telling me that this is her car now the two of them looking at me like i've got three fingers to white bulbous is that i live underground and i should. What gives here. Let me pick a prank. I come out of the store. And i said what's the problem and this man. His name was bevan bevan. I shouldn't give the attorney. I know it's already to give her name. Wallis it might. That might be night. My my phnomenom not be at a at a hard time doing some bubblicious. It also publishes it anymore. So so margaret comes out margaret cho out out and i said oh i miss my husband and these two people were stunned because of frank's gender confusion. They don't understand what he's talking about the whole thing i did. I didn't talk no. I didn't talk. Jenner confused with a let me. Just go ahead. So i said to the wife and he's about five foot to not fight but anyway i got the five foot two and Big rear end at he says to me. You look like you need a mental. You'd need a straightjacket. You're in our car. You belong in a nut house and we're going to call the police. i said. Hold on before you call the police. That's what i butted my cigar on the side panel of this guy's car o. Frank what got into you. What got into me. You weren't sure at that time. Who was your car. I was absolutely sure at the time it turned out that my current hold on for a minute so it wasn't your car. Get the big brain neuron generals. No it wasn't my car all right. Well we're trying to find out and determine exactly happen tonight. Because you all i know is phil spencer. We're going to do an hour on mental mental health. And i said who's the guest. He said frank gray and i said every hour with frank. Raise our about mental health. Isn't that cute. ha. Here's because you're a vietnam veteran doesn't mean shit and swallow what you give all right boys enough of the jail shower bench. Alright shower better on. Have you wait a minute. So you're talking to the guy. I'm talking to the guy and i said let me see the back end of of it. And she the husband she thinks i'm talking about her wife and the wife instinctively turned around and bent over and then went. Oh i didn't mean to do that now. The husband's glaring at him. Like and saying i was married. Been married you for twenty five years. You're showing it to another guy. And i sit at that time this really. Did these people really talk like that. Dickman if people really talk like you then yeah. They talked like that. Franklin not be bashing. Bud you're the guy that's having this weird conversation with these people okay. Oh i'm having a conversation these people. Okay what what what did i do. Hey frank sold. The story was what you said. You want to see the rear end of what i said. I wanna take a look at the back end of it and her wife turned around and showed me his rear end. Honey feel about that. Say that's not the only thing that happened. Then i said no. I mean to back end of the car. And that's when she says to me okay but let my wife put the groceries away and need to help him because he's only five foot two is blue whatever they said groceries. I didn't help him any growth rates and then what happened. Was i look at the back end of the car. I'll be the son of a jinglin jinglin cowboy. If i didn't see regular california license plate and i have the heritage place you know the gold on black right. They weren't there. It's gonna turn out that. She was right to husbands yellen. It may all the while. She's right in the wife screaming that high pitched whine. And he's going. Oh ooh and i said let me take a look at the back end of it. And that's when he goes you know and i don't believe a word of that. Say well then you better. I couples name is wallace and sabrina. Beaverton or bevan's give me. I'll tell you right now. Okay frank you know. You're you're a lawyer and you know how to talk. And you know how to save stuff. And i say stuff good well you know if you know what you're saying you're saying a lot of stuff here that might get you sued. But i guess you know what you're doing a manager cigar you know and they only years i've known phil hendrie never knew her to have such an acute sense sensibility and everything. So what can. I'll pick up from here frank. You'll pick up. How do you like him. You'll pick up from here all right. I'll have you pick up at mcdonald's it's gonna ask you some for drunk. Am my what he's asking you don guy by barely. I'm not drunk doll because you're sitting off in a flight of fancier i've heard you say some crazy stuff. I've never heard you talking about getting guys. The wrong car and i gotta ask you do now. Oh wait wait wait. I know what she's gonna. she's gotta ask him. I having a senior moment. That's what it sounded like. No i wasn't having a senior henry. Didn't you tell me that you put groceries in the back end and some women excuse at the backyard. Yes i did. I opened up the back end of a car. That looked exactly like mine. It happened to be jaguar. Black jaguar out black one of those. What do you call it Checkered flag jaguar. suv. I open it up. I put my groceries in. I took the cart back to the cart thing. I walked toward the car. And i realized it wasn't my car. How did you know that. Because i noticed that license plate numbers were wrong and the car was a little it. Just look different the license. You don't have a no heritage play. No i just noticed the license plate. Numbers are on c. Thanks some people member license plate numbers so that make how do you remember. I just know what the first few numbers of my the point being. Yes i opened up wrong car. And and that's the other thing. How did i get into this guy's car. She didn't lock it well. That's the problem that they have. But believe me what i did what i did. I was practicing my apologies as i was taking my groceries out of that car and putting them back in the cart my car was like two cars down. It was an easy mistake. i make. Yeah that same thing with me. When i looked at the tail end and i took a look at what it had. I mean. i shouldn't say about licensed. And i looked at the back end. And then i noticed across the Way you know across the trump separating were the perez drive. My car was across from the other car and there was by car. We defray parked across from that car. I told you frank you didn't you didn't park the ivy which is where that wall was great right. You're i know that now. I didn't know that. I did not know that then like the man said what i know. Now i did not know. Yeah do not know then. Okay so tell me more well. And that's what i said or i'm sorry sir you're right at this is your car. And she started a whole song. Dance bricks going to have to pay for the damage to the car with the cigar. You'll probably wind up paying buying that man a whole new car. All right so why buyer and a whole new car good for her up by her and her wife a whole new car and he can walk maybe then he can walk off that big anne frank. You've talked enough about how big this guy's wife's rear end was and and all the other stuff. So when i was interested in knowing about was the whole you know the the butts wants to talk about mental illness. If i'm sitting there make an honest mistake. I'm having a cigar here. She comes screaming at me with the big nose. Big glasses and some kind of a i. It's a head to come the trappers wear and wearing a like a suede vest and a leather check and about sixty five years and she says to me. Where is your wife. And i said he's in the store and and her and her wife looked at me like i'd flown in twenty five million miles from earth on a venetian rocket ship with a little lizard. That's gonna be jagged so the man looked at you like you're nuts frank. Because recalling him a her here we go again here. We go again. I never mind. Let's forget that okay. Frank's you coach. Frank i mean okay frank listen. The country is lust. it's mine people are nuts. Bigler more nuts than ever before. And i said to her and her wife. I'm in my car. The only thing that makes it not buy cars the fact that there's the heritage. There's no heritage plates on this rolling canada garbage. Otherwise i'd use this as a paperweight. And that's when she started losing her mind said you're talking that way in front of my wife and look at him. He's showing you his rear in well that that's the only part of it right. Don't suria frank. I gotta tell you when we get a chance to talk. I'm gonna explain to you. Or maybe margaret can how you're wrong you'll never be able to fill you. Can't i'm not wrong. You can't explain to him. How wrong it won't happen frank. You're gonna wind up writing a big fat check. I don't care. If i was sitting in my car. Having a cigar. Using the handle that i found and i realized oh did. Wasn't your car your car frank. So you're sitting there in what you call your car. Isn't your car you but the cigar guys door and the reason i said i would never but you're being a real pain and the you know what and i pointed the mind just like her wife dead. Shown me his all right frank. I don't know what to tell you. You gotta do a special on the mental illness. That's a foot in america. People are nuts and they're getting goofy all along and and why it is you and dickman and the rest of them. Don't focus in on this is beyond my great sync with frank. Hake michael will by wife. He me frank. Faa ks spelled. frank. I'm sorry thank you. That's great franken will never happen. We're not doing a special. Are you the host of the phil haney show. No you're not feel henry frank. I think you need to lay down or something is he. Tired get out of the market to my phone. I'm sorry thank you know. You're tired and it's been a long week. What have what have you been doing frank. I was in palm springs at the gene autry hotel throwing bones with rac waterloo Tie up all the guys that i used to. I mean we used to hunt downtown at this at the justice back in the days when boogie. Oc christ it was great. I don't know i thank you very much. I want to talk to the host of the show. Frank thank you very much money. So good talking to you greg gray. Y'all can kiss by kiss. Well i don't know to me a well. You know we love you and we love frank. There's something wrong with guy. There's nothing wrong with him. He is an obstinate argumentative arrogant man times and he just feels like he's right even when he knows he's wrong. You're saying he. He knows it he was wrong. I think he knew full. Well he was wrong but he was not going to admit it and decided that he would but the cigar. What are the things about frank. He wastes a lot of money. Frank wastes thousands if not even millions of dollars proving no point at all just being an arrogant slob. Now he'll by that man in new car one hundred and fifty thousand dollars and and be happy. He did it just so he can say. Here's your car. now take it getting it. turn it make a u-turn and park it up there. I'm frank gray. I what i feel so i know what i'm saying is it is a frightening thing to hear him when he isn't making sense. Free make sense if you can flip the gender and understand that. He's never wrong about anything world famous film. Show folks we've received a recording over the weekend. That was sent by steve bozell. You wanted to get out in front of this. Steve correct answer. I am a difficult thing. I've found a recording in my possessions. And i had talked to but dickman when i heard margaret singing christmas songs. I said i'd like to do that to see the stand up comedy That you do. What your men's club. Yes i do and you also want to be a singer. I think that. I can't be a singer and what happened was this recording was never meant to be released. Mr dickman didn't for me to listen to it. Gotta listen to what. Didn't tell you what mr henry were. You let me ask you something. This is a recording of you singing christmas songs because it's a good example of by singing. We've got an example of your singing when you hosted your own show and you're sitting in country music. This is christmas music at shows. My rank problem is the problem with this. Was i started recording this when i got home from work. It was a christmas party five years ago. When i've been slipped asked by member name. Excuse me by member of my crew. And i told clip pederson pan if this was hugh pettigrew. There's no country there's no there's no world you can escape to that. I won't find you. Slip the tab of acid. That is a criminal act. I understand but i. I don't really know who did it. You got slipped a tab of acid by a member of your crew. Whoever and you recorded the song recorded this. Christmas son got home. And i recorded this christmas on not coming onto it and you still want us to hear this. It's got good because my voice sounds good if you could just ignored. We're supposed door the part where you're you're you're tripping out and hosting on the lsd. Would i mean the tape. Anyway we got the tape is here. We're gonna play it on the air well at first i didn't want you to but then i realized that there was probably you know it wasn't that bad. I haven't heard this. i haven't heard it either. You have not heard it. You wanna play this on the one frosty the snowman. Very nita's snowman where the corncob pipe and the corncob wedge and the corn cob Steed stole man bowl. He was made of snow and he was made of blow in the blow in the snow and the blow blowing snow and blowing. Snow blow blow. Whoa whoa whoa. Whoa silk cat. Wet his snout. He began to dance about. Hey frosty the snowman was living breathing flesh and molecular structure taller. Mix structure frosty. Did it all phony. Listen nobody somebody up dump it all over town. Dekom home and dump it. Somebody's thumps frosty walk. All around town high five and little kids. How do you have a tiny kid. You put your hand in air. Then you live thick kid by the back governors jacket and help him. Smack your frosted hand. Well he led them down the street to a bank of america. they set fire to the had. Nine that's right. The famous burning of santa barbara bank. Oh man happy happy man. Any wave goodbye and he said f you all of you burn. Slow i'm applauding myself. Do not ignore the parts. You just want us to ignore all the weird stuff. What's the quality of your voice. That's all i want you to know. That's all i want to hear about your voices. A great voice. You've got a very good singing voice steve. I think it needs some work but obviously that is not a good example of your singing because of the fact that you were high on this drug man. What did you do a regular song man. I'm gonna do a regular song but dickman got of the tape. You send it over for you and filled a review not to play on the air when you gave us permission didn't you sir i did. Why don't you do another recording of you singing a regular sound like you like you saying those country songs. I mean i'm trying to say. Can i do some christmas music. Based upon the quality of that you can do some christmas. I would vote for them so my decision to make you do some christmas music. If you don't take lsd how 'bout that that's not a very difficult thing to ask. I don't think steve. If i don't do what you can sing some christmas songs for us if you don't i take lsd. I mean man. I mean what's the answer man. It's a pretty easy question. Yeah what do you think about it the fact that you have to ask me that. I think it's very offensive. Just did a dare man. I didn't mean for it to be on. A podcast is all. I'm trying to say yes. You may want to do this. i'd like to do it. Are you going to go to fort on on on on wednesday mystery. I'm going to florida on wednesday. You want to be part of the show wednesday. I mean wednesday through all of christmas. We take off however we are not going to be taking of course since week year. We'll maybe. I don't know. I thought you take christmas week off. We do take christmas week off. I don't know man. thanks a lot. Okay how about christmas eve okay. You're on st bozell. The christmas eve show that will be the twenty four th show the twenty fourth of december. Show we'll sing christmas carols right and and try not to take any acid. Take acid mad. I don't remember my own crew. What you believe me. I believe you. But you've got to be some moron and you didn't find out who did it. I tell you what. I've turned over that croat five times since that happened. So but all i know is my wife. April has polaroid of me. Apparently painted polka dots. Myself or some stupid ass. Wife has pulled. Polaroid's you're kidding henry. Yes yes yes all right. We got to see those to not a chance. That's the funniest thing. I've ever heard my life all right man well. You should've been me. No thank you but we will certainly enjoy having you christmas eve singing christmas carols okay. Well don't do me any favors. Mr henry look. You're the guy that sent over a tape of you sing and that stupid song on acid so be happy that we're actually entertaining the idea of having you on the show. You got a good singing voice steve. But that's the stupidest thing i've ever heard stephen. He's right if you're going to sing. You have to sing in a way. Please don't lecture me. I think i have a good thing invoice proposal. You a decent singing voice okay. We knew that when you segments country songs. Just don't start telling everybody how it is right. Steve thanks. i'll talk to you. Then what you got. Fuck me. world-famous phil hendrie show. Thanks to the misery slim's by the way for the music tonight very good one of our favorite bands. Their misery slim's a world famous. Henry show you saying executive produced by me. Fill henry for separate inc. All rights reserved on podcast. One i'm margaret gray dickman. We already did this. You style and you can't control what's outside your home but you can control what comes in. 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