18 Episode results for "Bill Murphy"

How To Identify The Best Advice For You #963

Trent365

02:39 min | 7 months ago

How To Identify The Best Advice For You #963

"How do you identify the best advice for you? I. I. Just saw a great article on Inc. Dot Com or INC magazine I, guess I think the magazine still around by Bill Murphy Junior and he was talking about how you identify the best advice for you, and conversely I guess how you identify bad advice, and the short answer is the best advice is going to come from somebody who asked you a lot of questions before they give you an answer for example. If you ask me what A. A great movie that I can watch at the moment. I would tell you that I. watched Goodfellas last night again, and I thought it was a fantastic movie, but that's really my context. That's all about me. That's not really the answer. Your question what I should be doing is asking you. What sort of movies you normally like what sort of movies do you not like? What's the last movie you watched that? You really loved or another example? would be something like do I go back to school and get another degree or get an education or should I get work experience, which is better, and this is a conversation or a question like asked a lot, and frankly I always default to saying that I as an employer value your work experience over your educational academic experience. But, that's not really good advice as I realize. Now that's based on my context, which is not necessarily the right context for you for the person who seeking the advice, the best way to answer that question would be first of all to ask. What What are you going to do with education? What's your five year ten year? Long term goals in life. What's the opportunity cost of assuring that education or degree versus getting work experience? Can you do both you know asking multiple questions along the way would then enable me to give the best advice for that person seeking the advice, so the short answer is if you are seeking advice from someone who'll frankly even if you are giving advice, the. The key to providing or receiving good advice is asking a lot of questions. Great Article I'll put a link to that in the comments below. Thanks to Bill Murphy Junior for that one out there again Lincoln the comments below. Let me know what you think. Let me know the last time you receive good advice. That did not involve asking questions already. That is for today I. Do thank you for your time and I will be back again tomorrow.

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EP19  Former MLB Pitcher Bill Murphy Talks Japanese Baseball, Cali HS Baseball, & We Argue About COVID-19

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

2:36:03 hr | 10 months ago

EP19 Former MLB Pitcher Bill Murphy Talks Japanese Baseball, Cali HS Baseball, & We Argue About COVID-19

"Hello it is Friday What is it may I? This is really weird that it's I'm Dan. Blew it on your coast here only morning. Brushback podcast I'm joined by my Co conspirator Bobby Stevens Bobby. How are you good? It's nice out Chicago today. It's not nice over here. It's been raining rained all day yesterday. Rain all day today We have great guest today. Bill moneyball bill. Money Vol Murphy. His his twitter handle. It's funny but Bill Murphy was a former major league. Pitcher was in the Monte moneyball draft by the Oakland A.'s. So interesting story. There also played a ton of time in the Jan Leagues. I don't know why I was GONNA say Giannis League in my head movements. I'm over in Japan and Taiwan after his career was done. He and I were teammates in Camden New Jersey. For a one maybe parts of two seasons it blurs together but a very accomplished pitcher spent a Lotta time. Overseas has a really interesting story. So he's going to be on the show in just a couple of minutes bobby. We've got some new things going on what's going on with the show ever hasn't already noticed. Dan Forgot how to host a podcast. So I'll over now I I'll we're switching switching Tuesday To Tuesdays and Fridays. Maybe a little bit of different formats Talk on some some more. Current events have some guests on you know but but a little bit little bit less frequent little bit more quality while the quality is going to hopefully continue to be the same going to be madder better quality. We're going to get. We're going to get Dan. Some editing. Lessons is going to be amazing. Exactly no but we Were dropping down two days a week so we can do some more things with the podcast right now. We have a lot of clips and a lot of little pieces of content from each show that we want to kind of disseminate and as a two man show where to sort of running a little thin. So like Bobby said the quality of the overall everything we put out. We believe on twitter and Youtube and here in podcast land. For those of you listening there will just be a little bit better but everything else about the show's going to continue. And also for those of you who have less left us a review on itunes. I greatly appreciate us all a couple of really positive once a day. So thank you and if you are listening out there and you feel compelled to take the time you know thirty seconds during show today to leave us a review on itunes or spotify that would mean a lot. It really helps them. People can read a review. And See all this. Podcast is terrible. I don't WanNA listen this or it's wonderful and I did definitely give it a try so please. If you're listening on itunes or spotify today take the time to write us. A quick review or does hit the four or five stars. Whatever you want it will not be five stars like we get we we use. That aren't one or five stars a true. Either it's either trash good or it was either good or it was awful agreed agreed. Well without further ado that was all we really wanted to cover here in a little bit of housekeeping but again thank you for joining us on the show and we're going to welcome Bill Murphy. Bill COME ON IN. Come on in here man. He's been hiding. This is like a real talk show is exciting. One jump so good morning. Good morning so you're joining us from Burbank Sunny Southern California. Good for you have you been privy to this like blue electric waves that they're having over on the ocean. You know what I'm talking about not go near the water again as you can tell pretty pell individual bills. Jan Somewhat. The same box expensive very expensive. If you're watching you. Could you could find so just wear long sleeves. I did that for a long time. And then something decided to grow back of my neck and then just about a year ago had like about four surgeries. They cut on my neck. Did the sign. It's on probation. I would say that you're friendly ghost but that's only half the time you're you're nature is not the friendliest ghost you're like a curmudgeon curmudgeon. Corner Mudgee Ghost. Yeah sneaking in the shadows one of my favorite I'll share a quick Bill Murphy story so when we played together bill had a pretty big very red beard. I don't remember what your haircut was but I do remember the day the day that you came in and you'd completely shaved your head which I don't think was that's why I think you a haircut at the time but I could be wrong. You comes in completely shaved. His head completely shaved his beard and like we were shook like. We didn't know what to do you. You're almost unrecognizable. I think he walked past a lot of people in the clubhouse. I and it looks like you're just about to be shot a bed of cannon like you're ready to be looped up shot dot your prime for the circus by has always shaped right. The problem is I always have a beard so just like a month ago. Six weeks ago had a big one. But I had to wear a mask Grad so I had to cut it but if I shaved my beard right now. I look like Baby Hewitt on recognizable. It was disturbing. I mean to be honest it was. It was disturbed so murph one of the things in the news Obviously if you've been driving trying to baseball back and there's been some glimpse glimpses of Taiwanese baseball on twitter and you inside one. You're wearing a what does that team. The seven eleven lines. That's where I went when we first play together. I think I was just coming off a surgery. One game at the end of the year the entire year and they called me next. You know the flight to Taiwan. I had thrown a total of four innings the entire year. Good Yeah and for those of you. I was so murphy. Just join my team severe teammates and we were roommates for like one road trip and what Roach One Week. One road trip. And then he's like Kay blood. I just got this offer to go plan Taiwan for like fourteen grand for the month. Should I do it and I'm like it? Was that easy for you and that that much money but Mike can I personnel at you. And you're like I guess I'll do it is you. Just go to the bathroom like Wipe Your Butt with a twenty dollar bill. I guess but you gotta understand like I literally. The you're not healthy. I was not healthy. I mean I literally faced hitters. I flew out the Camden because he hasn't needed a pitcher and they're like will fly out here until bullpen. If we think you look good then finished the season with US came out there. They're both they're like okay. You'RE GONNA pitch the first game in sugarland Texas and I'm like what and they're like. Yep So out there through I think or innings and next email it was I want and I'm just like what and then I just met that I'm like what do you think you think I should just go and attempt blowing my arm. Did they still are two months of the season? We had maybe three weeks so I was just like all right. I'll do it next. You know I was like I need to stay for one. More game in sugarland. There's seven game road trip there right. Yeah so my daughter. I pitched the first game and then pitched I think the last game and went six innings. And that's one of the flights that I want. So how'd you do and Taiwan? That's the real question actually. Well actually I did fine. I mean Which was a shocker right? 'cause they're in a playoff race of? I've got there and I knew a Guy Nelson Figaro. He played a little bit and big. Leagues I played with him with the Blue Jays. Alice shocked to see somebody. I knew I didn't know anything about the Taiwanese leak and it was really awkward after Scott there because they brought me there and Nelson has been there for a couple of years and he got released and then he stayed there. The entire time and was fighting with the team about is releasing getting paid money so it was a little awkward but I. It's fine I mean I think I got roughed up a couple of times but it was pretty pretty real hot love travel. There's only there's only six teams in the Taiwanese league If if I had seven eleven the sheets the sheets hyenas. The Wiwa Goose is the. What's another wasn't a gas station? I can rattle off Amoco Amoco nights at pretty much the name of Jeff and it was. It's sketchy place to be well so talk a little bit about the the difference because you played in Japan and you WanNa ring there which is super cool. Calm and like Taiwan plays pays really well for especially compared to like the regular minor league guys there. What's the what's the typical pay? Pay Scale in Taiwan. So when you go play overseas amount where you go. Even if it's going down south they everything's very hush hush right. No one really knows what you're getting paid. They don't want you to anybody because that's just how contracts stat right so. My first experience was in Japan. And you want to go into like the whole Japan thing or do you want to just go into burst into that. Yeah let's talk about both so Japan was like I was just coming off of is a two thousand nine year I was going to get married and We were literally rehearsal for my wife and I was wedding and I got a phone call. They're like hey. Can you go to Japan tomorrow? And I'm like they're like we WANNA try you out. See if you make the team and I'm like I can go In two weeks after I get you know after I got married and like okay. Well we'll book a fly for you. I'm like Oh this is weird cycle. My agent it was like hey can I go to Japan? He's like yeah. Just go on like what you don't have to tell team on forty Matt Rosser. I'm going to try out with another team. And he's like yeah. I don't think we should do that so he made a phone call and they figured I'd go head went. There tried out but they sent me. A contract is signed it that day so it was up pretty fast and they move fast with everything when it's off season season it's different but so you were on the roster were you. Where did you finish the prior season the prior season? I finished in AAA. So you were you up and down where you know because I know I know guys. I talked to that. Go to our that. I've played with the ended up going to Japan overseas. You know there's always some kind of circumstance where that's always a a an option that seems better so how it works. Oh there's two options there's midseason obsolete so two thousand eight two thousand I. I was in the big leagues to start the year with the Blue Jays and then finished up back in the minor leagues. You got so no matter what they might right on the forty man so they had to make a decision with me anyways because I already had reached my number years that you're allowed to be on the roster without taking up the spots and if they make the decision either twenty five man roster or they have to put you on waivers and then either release you or somebody can pick you up. That's the easiest way to go because the team is like well we can get something or nothing but either way we have to make a decision. Anyway right you're right. You're Outta options for the team. Had No prom they let me go and I don't even think are blue. Jays wanted anything. They're like well we weren't gonNA KEEP. We don't want to stop bill from going replace. Please go you know now. Being there My first year. We were trying you. They try to get players always all year and we ended up bringing Hayden Penn halfway through the year. And we don't know anything about it all of a sudden. Hey We got new guy coming and he shows up and you hear the story because the players you know tell you right. So they they negotiate with Hayden and And his team. I think Baltimore Forever and I think Baltimore wanted a million dollars just to get rid of Hayden and I think they ended up reaching agreement for a few hundred thousand dollars just to purchase. Hey for the rest of the season Bobby. This sounds like a house and say that sounds like a very Baltimore thing to do. Let's what's the normal going rate? Couple OF HUNDRED THOUSAND. Give us a million. But that's common because they know they're looking for people to push them into the place you just don't come on with your team's not GonNa go into Laos because he and talk about because people don't realize that there's only so many foreign spots that you can have taking up roster right in in Japan is a two only to non native Players or non-citizens most non-citizens. You can have to do on the. I think it's too on the active roster has a floating roster so The starting pitchers when they're not pitching. You are not active. I mean obviously could change by now but I don't think so they're usually pretty good about sticking with everything they do their way right now. Does that you're active roster in Japan is is your active roster still twenty five. I think it might be twenty six. And then they but they'll travel with maybe thirty guys thirty two guys as learning roster travel forty. So That's interesting. Begets big bucks. Not all of it. Not all the time but so every you don't travel really together right. Everyone takes the bullet train and they just show up randomly on the way there But you know you have schedule Times because the way it is like. Bp There too. It's a rolling deep it so if we have VP stage and start at three fifteen. They'll start the first group at three fifteen and then guys will start filtering in Klaus from home. Maybe at four o'clock is there not be Beeson bill four thirty? So it's it's really weird but those kind of things but everything starts with so they bring guys up from the minor leagues that just got done. Playing Day. They'll show up at our Our ballpark take. Bp All kinds of stuff and then they say well. We're going to use you today. We're GONNA use you today. You guys stand the rest of the. Us can go ahead and go home. So it's it's a lot of people that could be in the clubhouse one time it's interesting dynamic. It's lot different than we do. Here seems as a player I feel like I'd like it more opportunity like more people you know. Especially if you're not one of the guys for not the starting shortstop you still have a chance to be there on. Whatever the manager feels that they you do and the thing is is that they have one myrick game okay next assists a hundred guys and that's the same thing so you'll go to practice. They're in the minor leagues. And there's just people everywhere. There's fifty pitchers running all kinds of stuff. And then everybody eats lunch. And then whoever's on the roster that day stays every all sleeps investors how they operate because depends on big place like the size of California so it's probably smaller and they don't. There's not very much space. So the minor league complexes are tiny and they all live in dorms until you get older and then if you have a family you can you can leave but majority of them all staying dorms interesting So were you count against the roster limit? Even though you're ginger and you don't have a soul I mean is there. How does that where there's a rule there's a rule for foreign players any gauging right so I think it's like five poll by ninety five but obviously some of those guys could be in the Mireles? They could be young guys from Latin countries usually or other Asian countries and they're in the minor leagues. So you can have. I think three guys on the main roster but I think one has to be unactivated so as to usually starting pitchers you're always an active because I'll pitch one day and then I'm not even allowed to be in the dugout. The next day I the game starts you go. Workout feel sad or feel happy. It's it's weird. It's weird because you're in the clubhouse you stick your head out of the clubhouse no uniform can't go in Dugout But you get a lot of stuff done afterwards. Sada and then you gotta go home. And that's the fifth inning. Just take off bro. Games stretch beeped. Catch boom get on the train somewhere else. Say What's a road? What's the travel like you guys staying in the other towns? Is that the Zeppelin train. Just after the game shoot back home. Go back the next day. No you'd probably you know you're serious. You'll stay in those pounds in a hotel The thing is is that everyone wants to leave a different times. The bullet train will. We're going somewhere further. Usually everyone's on the same bullet train but they brought back to back back so it's not that there would also mean Hayden and Brian Corey. We all travel together with our interpreter. We meet him at the train station in Tokyo central train station. And then we just go to our destination so the local train where you just hit Tokyo and then you just sheet you off to other areas in Tokyo. You know you're only like an hour and a half away and taxis didn't like they use not stop so they have like our interpreter piece of paper and they had the taxi drivers like they. Just write down. What it is in the know turned it in to. I don't even know who they then ban it's over just to just turn it into just throw it in the air. Someone will find that they'll pay you. I'm not GONNA do it. It's like a piece of everything you everything I've piece of paper that we'll just have like total and then the I don't know and they just write it down and I think that he had off like the secretary of the team like they know when you're coming so they're they're so you're talking like you have an interpreter. Everything people don't really really realize when these guys from these younger guys from the islands calmer from South America wherever they're coming from that's what it's like when they come here they but they don't get an interpreter English they just basically like throw them into while figure out where yeah where it. Yeah so how different was it? I mean did you learn some some Japanese? I've maybe a little bit. Obviously but you know how hard was it? A just everyday life a actually berries Yeah in your face Bob. These good stuff in Japan right so let even mean accept. This is the difference. Okay the big legion Japan. You played good. They treat you really good. You play bad they treat you really bad. There's New York right so if you're doing well do anything for you. The people in the community You know you go to a restaurant intimidate. 'cause they'll either have a picture. You can't read anything but once you go to a same place and go to another place. They start to know you know what you want. Your interpreter comes and the language they try to teach you as much as they can and You know my wife is is Latin so she speaks Spanish. And the it's weird because the Latin players they adapt to Japanese very quick so she is Dapitan to Japanese really quick. Which kind neat is they have like? I like the same pronunciation but breakdown words so they can. They have a quicker time of saying something because they already know how to you. Know Role There Tom. Away supposed to go stuff like that. It's kind of. It's kind of weird. Yeah that's sooners excels in Turkey for a month that was only like profoundly different like language barrier experience. And I remember I was like trying to help out one day. It's like two or three weeks in and I was taking role for the morning workouts and like the girls were coming up and given Given me their name and I like I like couldn't even start to write down their name like they said their name and I'm like I don't know any of the like I don't even know I don't know what's happening just utterances are so different. There's a lot of us in Turkish. And like you said it's just like my brain doesn't know how what that looks like on paper so there's just no way it connects and I mean you'll get the Japanese characters and their intense. I mean that's the thing so the one thing they do that like America like they write out their names on their jerseys in like English writing. Right they use. I don't know if it's the English alphabet but it's the English alphabet right so it would say You know each euro on the back with each row on the back New Jersey Japan. You sort of other countries they've right. They're able Taiwanese. My name was in Taiwanese so I had no idea what was going on back by shirt. They could put wherever they want when they when they signed their name. They'll sign it in Jersey actually said sad ginger on it the whole time the whole time the whole time pride you say lonely ginger. Bourbon is face because they love doing that. You know when they signed their name. They have like two different ways. They right where we need to go back. Wire people burping each other's faces or not. We need to go down these rabbit holes. We don't need a glossies over. This is the day. We're going to go down these okay. I want right. I've no idea what's going on. Okay first of all. Take us to this place bill. Mrs. where you're living. I'm with my wife listening. And it's like Condo hotel place my looking lobbying there's baseball equipment everywhere and the like and stories high and they're like you're on this Fifth floor I'm like okay. I turned the corner. There's all of these bikes lined up in Taiwan. They move the entire team in the hotel families. Everything they all live together the whole year. So I'm like this weird so like time. We get something to eat nothing to Iraq area. So we get taxing and this guy is dry then like crazy and he just starts burping out loud. I'm in a taxi with my wife and I'm just like you and me just doing this. And and the whole time you hold on did you. You'RE GONNA die the way these people dress and I go back in. You got my interpreter. You see him at. The field isn't with you like in Japan and I'm talking to another player and I'm like Dude I was just an accident. I was Burp the whole time. He goes just sit back in your chair right now. Just Watch Nishino guys are sitting over the food eating blue it out loud and I'm like what is that he did. I guess it's just normal for them. It's not rude. It's just part of their culture. I was like that's not so hundred. Mile per hour. Burps weaving weaving in and out of traffic. So what were some of the other like cultural things that you enjoyed phrase? That wasn't really like you enjoyed the burping. But what do you enjoy? So there's a difference between Taiwan and Japan Japan feed you like you're in the big leagues. We our own shafts. That are back there and they just go up there and tell them what you want and so every day doing some I get like standing which is like a dipping. Rahman that's cold and I was delicious right or was a difficult so you know. Rahman is right. Usually it comes in in the water. So what they do is they make good Rahman right. They're making it back there and then they cool it down and they put it on a plane and then they'll give you a little dipping sauce with his like a few on the side and you take those little thin noodles death they didn't. I'm super you're very into that. It's really good summer. Seems Massey seems real messy. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa and the noodles are all over the place. They're not. They're not they make them to perfection. So you news. It's not like Spaghetti where they just fall off your four and like little stick domes. They stay together a little dip. You're not so ping in there. It's just for flavoring now. Looks each their own very dipping? Maybe maybe you just want Cancun and you're a boring person. Maybe I maybe I want American. Maybe I want their version of a hotdog. Bobby's marinating to in milord right. Now as we speak so I played in the check. And you're talking about like the food and a check really doesn't have like their own cuisine. They've got Goulash which is essentially like Stu and they've got what they call Kebab. Like when someone tells you Kebab. What do you think it is? Yeah like a stick skewer with some meat and vegetables. Well that's not what it is in the check in check. It's like A. It's like a Chinese takeout box with like fries. Coleslaw some meat. Unlike a healthy you know push down of whatever sauces so like. We're out one night late in like guys like you. WanNa get Kebab. And I'm like yeah sure I guess there late night. Food is Bob and I walk up in. The Sky gives me a box full of garbage. What the Hell is this thing? A workers the stick. Where's the skewer he's in guy? I mean the guys the people in like what are you talking about like this is a Kebab idiots. That's pretty much Taiwan tyrod. There's no one there that wants to help you just like what is going on here. You have no idea. We'll be reading. You're walking down the street. And you're just you're literally flipping a coin. You they brought in the clubhouse they brought us separate mills from what the players eight am. I'm like what what is this. I got like a Little Bento box right. They're like Oh this is Mrs for the American. Those are the other players something like I mean. That's up and they're like no you don't Wanna eat that I'm like no I'm eight it. They're like okay and they're like you're not gonna like it I go and what is this making up my interprets. You don't WanNa know but I suggest you stick to that Bento box. No thank you well. It was. It was a cat. They wouldn't tell me. Oh come on I promise you did. It's so if you guys are play like in Mexico or then again or anything like that. I haven't no so Taiwan I go to use the rest of the first time. There's no toilet. You GotTa do. A Little Squadron. Yeah that's a lot of the world. Yeah right but Japan has it. But that's for people that want to use it and you know the difference. Okay they clean up after themselves on. Dude I hold my breath of the floor if they groundskeepers like it seemed like they scrape the dirt into the clubhouse to clean the field to make it look nice. So you're nice. There's you don't flush the toilet paper and so you're sitting in a stall and it's like this big right and right from you is a tiny trash then feel so the top was everyone's tall paper and you have to try to use the restroom. No thank you. I just went went ahead and decided to be constipated for extra. Mumps wasn't GonNa Happen Bill. You sound real first world right now. You can adapt to a SH- shipped up a ship bucket next year. If there's one thing I will not do is a trash. Cancel Pope in front man okay. That's where you draw the line. Unfortunately in some of these countries like the Dominican they have bad plummets. Same thing in the Dominican the first week you go to Dominican. You are GonNa have to use the restroom. You're up. Blow the restroom up because your body adapts to the new food and it just flashes you outright. I was in the clubhouse. They couldn't even flush the toilet so there's just shut in the club in the toilet while you need to use the restroom and you don't you you have to go or it's going to be in your pants. I feel like this is turned into a plumbing pot. Yeah we probably have to move on a little bit from this. But these don't want to move on are the perils of playing some of these other countries though is amazing it is because look quality of baseball obviously really good and all these countries Experience is really great but people never hear about this side of the stories. You know what you go sir. Yeah and they had the squat toilets in Turkey as well and some of the smells in some of those was profound whereas this like I can't I can't be and the thing is like you definitely get used to it. I'm sure the same. We're all still humans like they're no different than we are like. They have to be affected by that as well as just Smiley Eastern Europe is tough. Tough people good tough nostril. We Americans are solved. Software owned bodily very very soft and yeah. I mean if you they just know it's going to happen did they. Therefore I mean you do get used to it. I mean Japan is totally different. I mean obviously that place. We had our own sauna. We have hired bear. Chambers is just they're holographic ehrler or something. I'm telling you mad at that point it was. It was really special. I would love to have been there forever. You know but it was just. We were there for that first. Quake just changed a lot of things for us. Yeah so let's let's talk about a little bit of the the stuff that's going on in Major League baseball right now to to these are notable that I wanna get your opinion on number one is netting and the fan experience from. Let's see Japanese baseball to American baseball. Can you compare? And contrast the two and how Boring is American baseball compared to like Asian baseball so daring postseason or the world series. American BASEBALL IS NEXT LEVEL. Because they're loud screaming the entire game and that's when you really highlight baseball season In Japan it's they're very polite people. They're there to root for their players. And that's it. They're not they're not heckling. Okay so in the stands for every hitter that comes up you have a ban or you have just your section on half of the stadium in the outfield that have a theme song for every player when they come up may seem and then you hit an almost not quite. It's like you hear chatter in the Stand and then the other team will start cheering for their pitchers so then he gets loud. That's all you hear. All gain is like pretty much cheering for one guy or the other guy. So that's like the main difference with fans is just there there purely because they love their team and entertainment for their family. Americans go to baseball games to get hammered and see run across the field hell yes so like Japan. They come there you interact players so I live ride or the fans. I love rice fields so they would know when you come out of the House and they just stand straight line and they just WanNa high five you while you go by right. Now they don't ask for autographs they don't ask for anything they just. WanNa see it When you're at the field it's Kinda like they know. Now you're working now. Can I be autograph? And it's like yeah of course but I mean you see these people every day because you your next door neighbors with them they know where you live so on the fan experience is they're both obviously amazing. I mean. Mlb is like knocking like it. You know but Japan. All you're doing is that's like like a competing drumline. Did the whole game which is is also really name. So how'd you about netting to another net? They've netting pretty much all around the the foul all right so every parcel of different. But yet they had all the way out and especially they try to cover the first first Layer the seats right and which I don't understand like here's we had netting behind home plate which is tickets everybody wants to buy or they. WanNa buy ones where they sit behind glass in a box right so you'll never after one year of netting or your first Yang. You won't even notice once people stop talking about it. You never notice it. Plus nothing's thin and Alvin. Every was saved some really high tech fibers now where the netting is like so thin. It's it you almost. Don't think it would be safe. But it's it's like I can't remember what the fibers called but it's like a I think it's called dyneema which the climbing fiber that they use for Super Lightweight. Climbing ropes goes crazy strong. It's stronger than Kevlar. And all that stuff and yet like some these new negative installed or just like a spider web. There's another complete you know. I mean there's nothing they also do. That probably could benefit us. Been benefit the the. Us is that in every section they have security on right and they also have someone that is in charge with a helmet and a whistle that pays attention to the game. So if there is a foul ball or line drive into the stands or even a home run like four different people that are responsible. That's action they're blowing a whistle so everyone in that area knows well. That's our section. Look out if they're not paying attention which is a huge benefit because not everyone pays attention. So if you start. You can't hear a whistle on the other side of Stadium. Lights you it's not. GonNa Freak you out. They make people have their natural reaction because they're paying attention and it gives them extra second baby just to put up their hands or protect their level So there's clearly some thought behind fan safety whereas in the major leagues. There's just like you pay your ticket deal with it right. Like that's the thing is i. I don't think so much about the clock right It's about the fan. The fans are the ones that are like you remember majority or tickets up the line. Those are season ticket holders. Okay so they're the ones that are saying. We don't want the net there we don't want the net guarantee you know they blame it on. M. O. B. But they also have a product. They're putting out field so I generally people own the seat. Take her like I don't want net brought to me. So you brought up a good point like something that that we could do here. with the whistles and stuff you know what would you change if you had to take something from from? Taiwan Taiwanese baseballer Japan Baseball. And Bring it here. Like what's the big change you think you would suggest for for. Mlb what looked just put the nets up right where you can do. Is They have them in some stadiums in Japan so have a section right on the on the foul lines. Okay so you can charge a little more. They sign a waiver. You put helmets and gloves and every share and they call like the The thrill seeking area. So you're like right there and line drives or so it kind of shoots out. Where dependable ballpark. Where they go. I guess and they shoot out and they'll put stands right there and people know what they're getting into and they go sit there if they want to see the net extended. Nobody notices the net. Yeah and then also what they do. Is They just You know if you're on offense or your home fee it's Kinda different but people want foul ball players to throw balls up one place control that up every time but would also Japan is to keep people locked in like they they start don't dolls in the stands if they hit a home run or something like that so just interaction you just got to stop talking about the next do it and nobody will notice touch you. What about So how do you feel about since you were in the moneyball draft? Which at that point didn't really affect you. You just part of like you're one of those guys you know in their first draft. How do you feel about the analytics wave of baseball? You like the new game. Do you watch much baseball these days. How do you feel about it? And your soul way. You don't have a soul feel about inured spirit. Okay so my draft was like Michael Lewis. Wrote the book right so We didn't know anything about it. Obviously we got drafted and then all of a sudden Mike Lewis. He started writing the book and he came around and that's how it became the name of because he wrote the book Whatever they news like. We didn't know that analytic stuff was at the time being generated around the big league game and I think maybe it was their first drafts with that so it was Kinda secretive of what they were doing so they had different. Looks if you look at the draft that we had. We had a lot of guys that shouldn't have been or work projected to be first rounder. Second rounders through rounders so analytics was a small thing with jude ideas. Early right it was a way to save money for low team still have quality players the chance to win now. It's turned into every hitting coach from teaching three year olds. Too Big Leaguers is like up launch. Angola it's got a lot hand just saw what I don't think it's designed to be. Was these things if you do these all on a group these four things. We have a chance to win. Now I gotTa do this that this that and just doesn't really have an end goal besides Oh my launch angle too. They draft you because you had any special like obviously a Kevin. Youkilis was had an incredible plate plate discipline right like you really I. On base percentage in College. Did you have any special magical talents? Not only that I think I was just one of those guys that slept in the draft and I happened to go in the third round and maybe like in the book like they don't. They mentioned my name. They don't talk about me. Talk about the guys like Germany Brown. He was a second rounder senior catcher. That just had an unbelievable on-base percentage right he's the guy that's flies in home runs lies in the second base. The end the thing. You just had amazing discipline and those are the things that are looking for. They still took guys that deserved to be took in the rousing winning if they got a chance if not. I'm not going to spend six million dollars on my tenth pets when I can get this guy for a million dollars per share. Yeah Dutch you may sense An impacter career any as through development. I know you weren't with the as forever but was anyone talking to you about things you could do things you can do to optimize your suffer. No no nothing. All that stuff was when we first started was okay walks to strike out ratios like the main thing just like it was for every pitcher and that was an all still. The standard stuff was get ahead. They never broke down. Alex for us that was for them to find players to win West. It wasn't Hor. Hey you need to do this. We already know you do it. That's why you're here. Yeah Yeah so now. It's getting into people are getting involved a little too much before. It was just a tool for them to put together. A quality team is like what they you know. The Dave identified different things that they value over other. You know maybe projectable talent you know. They're using numbers like okay value. This and this guy's good at it so let's take them even if he's not. I'm trying to pull up the the draft and it looked like that draft that the as had like six first round picks yup in that in that two thousand two draft and I you know. There's there's a lot of names you'd recognize if you're if you're maybe you're just a casual baseball fan. Martine Nick Swisher. Joe blamed like those. Those guys had bigly careers that that you would yeah. Mark Martin is a prime example part of their analytics right. Nick Swisher was a part of their analytics. Joe Bland was a flint or write it. Just got every out. He was gonNA be a first. Rounder derail was other guys. They're like you know what Nick Swisher is a really good plate discipline guy and let's hope he develops into having great our and and and plays well. Guess What Nick. Swisher starting out with really good plate discipline and then he developed power as he went through and developed. Markian great disciplined went the other way. Donbass that's what they cared about. They didn't really. You didn't go there to change. They knew they had does call requires that they can get at a cheaper discount taking them earlier in the draft because they knew that. Hey Nick Swisher we can get it for two million dollars in the first back. Yeah the what was it like growing up as an amateur in California. Because I know there's people listening to this podcast and watching on twitter and youtube from all over the country and depending on where they are their high school baseball playing son might be pretty good for Small Town Arkansas. Or you know even like Like my town in Maryland wasn't like really small town but and from an affluent good baseball but it still doesn't like compared to many of like baseball hotbeds what is it like Competing as an amateur in like southern California So you basically basically lock your right so for me. I was always really little guy but I went to a high school that has amazing players like going in my freshman year ninety six then getting Julian Leiva Steve Madrid Georgetown Baloney These guys were amazing right. So you're like you go there and I didn't play the travel ball stuff and the guy I was playing on the JV. He's been playing for years. I didn't do any of that so you start to learn really fast. That you either are dedicated. If you're not a guy that getting lessons your whole life or you're not gonna be on this team because there's very few spots and most of these guys start when they're a freshman and they never leave the field so you can be a four year guy that never sees an Bat. Because you're a bad might be a sacrifice bunt that they needed to put you in for because I don't know how they do it now back then like you can leave the game as a pitcher and then hair and then re enter the field. You never have to come up field right so no one ever took. My spot accepted a pitcher. So I think the troll when I was pitching so I hit for myself. Come out of the game. I go the outfield. So you either are dedicated. I mean you know very early general player not doubt born and then at the are you willing to sit on the bench and try to beat that guy out in front of you or come with us and get a championship ring. Yeah 'cause that's a very different experience from. I think what a lot of law I mean. What probably the vast majority of American kids grow up with and high school. Bob Ming was your experience. I mean Chicago's got some really good baseball. There's some really talented high schools in Chicago. Yeah I mean there's one conference in Chicago. The Catholic League. That's pretty much like it would be in that grouping of best conferences in the country pry for all sports football baseball basketball because a lot of the best athletes can be recruited to these private schools. But my high school was small for as much good baseball's or was just in the Chicago area like my high school was not known for baseball was a known. It was known more for football Which is most of the schools? But just highest said like you're bringing up in the in the Catholic League and Chicago like your your freshman and you deserve. Start ON MARCY. Like you're going in your starting and you're probably not leaving. Marcy spot. I mean there's some powerhouse baseball schools in the south side of Chicago or they'll bring in these freshmen. These guys will be for your starters and you get the next wave of freshman year after and their parents are like will wires Mike. It plan saying well. The kid ahead of them is going to be a first round draft pick There's a couple of first round talents in Chicago right now. It's I have some youth. Kids that go to those schools in their their parents like Walsh transfer shall we now maybe you should just try and compete and get on the field as opposed to just transferring because somebody might be good. That plays your position. But it's it's competitive. It's not as nearly as competitive as as probably California Arizona. Were based so prevalent All our schools are close together right. There's a large population southern California. So guys we had guys had that. Were really a lot so my senior year. We're letting number four in the country really goes are starting catchers a first rounder. We had a guy that was a really good detrick. Like touted author out California when he was a kid he came to. Our school laughed at one time rival school and caught day one for them and he just never going to have an opportunity to place restaurant. Guide was eleven th pick overall right. Our source stop was a county player of the year. We had seven. Division One scholarships come out of that year guys that were really good that say we had a Guy Ritchie row. Really Good Center fielder right. We needed a A good center fielder. He knew that he knew he was fast. Even to a small Christian school knew he wanted to play baseball after high school. He made that to literally move across the street to our school and took a shot. Because we're playing. We have a hundred staus every single game. I mean loaded. We only have seats for twenty people in the stands right so we had scouts from schools and everything lining up the fences. So you're playing one mile down the road from us. They're coming to watch us. So people wanted a blast wanted to come play with us and they did that opportunity to get a chance to me. We had a first round of the guy went ucla. I went to Us Fee A couple I went to UCR. And I happened to just get bigger as I've started out. Four eleven hundred ten pounds my freshman year on the JV team right when now. I'm Jay VPN Saudi Arabia four eleven and UN. Ten Ano. Tv It's only governing baseball Vita Vita blue hammers them. You have to understand. So that's the problem. Jd You have good players there but if you're good you're gonNA be on Barsky and every else is they don't care because they know they're never gonNA get on the Varsity team so the talent level is either. Okay you're the next generation or you need. You WanNa do something after school so you have good players and then you have not so good players I just all of a sudden grew drone and my junior year. I was the number two guy behind nick. Neugebauer who was a second round pick still ninety eight and high school and I think I went like eight now right next. You know as as the next year and I was five nine and I just operated five nothing great. I made my jump big one in college but the reason I had that of Judah go to college is because I had. I got drafted and high schools left Heathrow on eighty five. I mean I've punched out like a hundred forty is I mean I out everyone but I didn't throw her right eye out eighty seven but I had is army every game because we have these superstars that were playing not only on our team on other teams every single game. Just had like a Barry Zito Hook right essentially I just joined cur- ball and my catcher first-round pick communities dillon. He just knew you're eighty five in on the hands is just they're not gonna hit it and back then was not a slow today today. Eighty five year pathetic. Like why are you on this podcast? You're only aged. I thought I thought I eighty five back then. It was fast and it's still fast for high school now. I mean let's be honest. It's still hard if you're sixteen. Seventeen year old kid. But Oh yeah it's gone but it's not gonNA be drafted. Yeah no not maybe not now back then. It is isolated. Twenty third round but scout was like bill. Just go ahead and go to college. I think you're gotta keep doing it and I did. I've gained twenty five pounds After my senior high school but the competitiveness of baseball. Here's like and you have to play with the travel ball teams or you're GonNa get left behind you just constantly supply which is sad especially when it's turned into now Western which is sad but it's just happens man. I had a Guy Frank Story He passed away a few years ago. He's a really good Big League pitcher through flames played for the reds and my pitching coach Robert Luneta. He's like bill us. Don't listen anymore because that happens right when you're with somebody. He's my only pitching coach. I've had my life and I've started within my junior year in high school. He goes uses. Won't listen to me anymore so by junior year. He's like you need to go. See The guy that I learned from Frank Frank some six times and said you're good. I'll see you later. And at the time he was like seventy five dollars for half an hour in nine ninety eight. That's expensive and we were in a public park but still expensive now. Seventy five for half hour. It's expensive here. Yeah it's expensive but you know what he didn't keep me around and keep doing it. I went there six times as I guess. I don't need to see you anymore and I'm like what you look at it now. Kids are with guys for ten years. That's not good point. You hit on which you know Guy. You have to try it like these. You had to play Travel Ball. Like or you're GONNA fall behind that's in the. Us Is Kinda looked at upon like kissing to do other stuff but everywhere else in the world. That's normal like you pick your sport. You go you know when I lived. I referenced the Czech Republic like the guy played in the check with the guys that couldn't make the soccer and couldn't make the hockey team. Those were the national sports. Like if you didn't play hockey then they bumped down the soccer and you couldn't play soccer then. You're like okay garbage. You're not working any serious. Why do you exist? But that's the norm around the world like we always you know in the. Us We look at soccer like this stupid sport as it takes a back seat. Everything is Kinda dumb but then okay go anywhere else in the world. Outside of you know go suck go south. Texas soccer go to go to Europe soccer. Go too far go. Far East sizing south of Texas is the soccer habit of America will. That's just I'm just saying how close like Mexico is bright against and and soccer is clearly there number one sport like that is what baseball is big in. Mexico. Don't get me wrong but they. Yeah but the national sport is soccer. They walking or boxing right. We'll box yeah exactly well. You understand that for them. Is Their national traditions right. It's not just about that and it's a way out in some of these places so you go the Dominican and they are literally not in school. They're playing baseball right. There in the sugar cane fields literally playing baseball and playing baseball on gravel dirt roads. They're not just out a little league field right. Yup So in Japan you know. Yeah they live and breathe it but they still have off season. I mean their whole concept of baseball. You know when they start playing it up really softball like when their kids. They don't play with Harvey Play. Our boss right. Also now. They're going to be good because a lot of them are really good when they're young and then the competition steps up and a lot of them fall behind and then they go and study and worry about school. They all know they don't live the dream because if you're just sitting good player in Japan you play in the minor leagues and make great money for fifteen years. I was a kid that was drafted and he said No. I'm going to Japan years. Remember that a couple of years ago. I remember the story. I do remember that story. Didn't he just say just basically like it was big right as you said no? I'm not doing the. Us Link it's brilliant. Let me tell you why there you can make a living right. I was thinking about this the other day. You can go there gazing to get a signing bonus even play their mind leasing developed. But he's GonNa make sixty seventy thousand dollars per share depending on his contract but those guys make fifty sixty thousand dollars first year of my race and then they go upwards of like depending on the two hundred thousand dollars a year and they're getting called up wants to dig here. Why wouldn't the guy that knows? Hey I'm gonNA get drafted right. I'm on that thing. Why not go to Japan if they're willing to sign somebody and actually make money instead of coming here signing for okay you get a million dollars Greg but guess what your first paycheck in the minor leagues? It's seven hundred dollars before taxes if you've got a good American signing bonus. I mean that could be ten years worth of Japanese minor league salary. I know one person out of thousands that never made it to the big leagues and got a lot of money and still is money. It's a good point that CPO and their money when you give a teenager a million dollars okay you pay your agents your fees everything. Now you have to make a decision right or you go out and spend by cars by house do all these things then. You really don't have that much money you know. Why Not Negotiate? If you're a first rounder had give me two hundred thousand signing bonuses and they give me five years one hundred grand in the minor leagues that way. Just you know by your fifth year if you're GONNA make it to. The Big Leagues are not and that the whole time you have generated income rather than just wasting. Your money is you. Don't make any money in the save yourself from yourself. So what you're saying. Yeah I mean I think it's a better option. I don't know if you're good. I'd love never heard of it. I know God signed big or they could. I mean it's just it's just the big deal is that's the thing right because if they signed if they're not brought up than they become they just wipe out all that free agency. Are that those. Those years of control like Harper did that So it made no sense to keep him down in the minor leagues like he basically signed and signed his way to the big leagues with the way you negotiate his contract. Granny was the first overall pick. So you've got more leverage than anybody. I think what you're talking about interesting for someone who's probably outside the first round but you still have. I mean big leaguers all the time second third round Fourth Round Amanda. You're third rounder right. So it's the makes tons of sense if you can if you're okay with being you know your dream if it's not your dream to play for the Yankees or big league team. It makes a ton of sense to lever at least trying to leverage the Japanese league way. Whose dream would it be to not be Yankee? Looks back up here inspect US understanding because this is the problem. Nobody has understanding of what it's like. It's very difficult to point okay. And it's also even a more difficult to stay in the big leagues that are spark. And it's funny. Everyone thinks while I was gonNA say that view. Fall Jeff. Frye on twitter. He was on our show a couple episodes ago. He gets attacked a lot of people because he's been attacking people are just like fists flying in all directions but some was like you weren't even good in the big leagues like you weren't even as good as like a lot of those other players that played more and it was just like the dumbest statement them trying to attack him. The average hung around for nine nine nine years nine years. And that's what people don't understand like they've no like you said they have no real perception of how hard is to stay in the majors. Even if you're not playing all one hundred sixty two games in the year just to still be on a bigger grocer. Ten years later is super duper hard. Sorry Continue I. I would argue basically in the big leagues so we lost. I would say it's our. It's almost harder to be one of those four bench guys and stand the big leagues because they're gonNA constantly bring up guys that are either cheaper or younger or have a different tool set that they may need like those guys are dose. Guys are fluid those bench guys. I mean you really need to have a a niche to stay. Well you know ten years ago. You had batch. Guys'll they may grey living they were very happy making a million dollars every year to sit on the bench and fill in and play. Second Base Third Base shortstop outfield. They had those players now. The contract negotiations so serious with so much money. Those guys don't exist anymore. You are a start sitting on the bench now back then if you stayed in if you stay in the bay leaves for an extended period of time you are one the best players in the world. Okay so many people got the Begley very few. Stay there for ten years right. And it's great but you will know after three or four full seasons of your to Jackassery in Baseball. And if you don't then you just are not accepting reality so why not try to leverage a way for you to make money your third round going to get five hundred thousand dollars right well? You'RE GONNA walk home after buying a house. Your car drinking a ton of alcohol. You'RE GONNA has not enough money to pay your bills after three years because you just don't know anything about money. Nobody does and they leave school happier parents. They don't know how to operate two hundred thousand dollars chunk of money at one time. 'cause most of them never made it so. I think it would be better. I did say I want five years of making one hundred grand a year. Why not you have stability and you learn how to work finances. That's a reasonable reasonable assumption. So I think like you said there's been so many you've seen the stories of all sports. Were guys spend anyone there in the end in the NFL or the NBA? They're only getting six months of paychecks but they're spending the same amount that they spend during the season where they're getting their paycheck and the off season. So they're basically spending ten million as they make ten million. They spent ten million as they're making zero million and they just their career end suddenly and there's like. Oh wait I literally no money. A lot of super expensive things to pay for and broke and that's terrifying thing in the big leagues. Obviously you know you can live the lifestyle with the money that you're making the Meyer as is different because you try to live a lifestyle with making no money and every level you go up gets more right so you have to pay rent this that even in the big leagues you. I saw the mortgage payment in my hometown. And I'm paying high dollars for a place to live in a big league down because they're expensive city voices so guys don't understand your Maki minds great. But they don't realize when it's over is like that million dollar income a year all of a sudden has just gone. You still have ten thousand dollars property tax. You have to pay guilt. They've most of them price. They'll have nine thousand nine hundred dollar car payment. They have to make they forget about. It just goes man. Well it's funny you mention the jobs. After baseball's I was just reading an article about Andre Dawson was a hall of Famer. He is the owner of a funeral. Home I think in Florida and he's like still like a specialist as a special assistant or something with the cubs so he's like usually in Chicago a lot during the summer but like right now the article is just like about him in this business and how busy they are right now. Unfortunately with corona virus victims and just How you know. He's wearing masks and wearing gloves and just trying to have more empathy than they already do in that industry all the people that are coming through. And it's just crazy it's like oh Andre Dawson Hall of Famer is a funeral home. Operator like has a regular job like you. Just don't think about that especially like yeah well especially. I was walking through. Dc walking through DC the other day and DC rent is extremely expensive like similar to California not as high as like San Francisco or New York or something. But you start to think about what some of these houses costs as you walk by them and even like the standard. You know two story brick. This is like a million bucks. Whatever so like these nice ones. You're like all right. That's five million dollars like that house. That's like not even that big and then all right. What's the mortgage on that? So it's like six sixty seven hundred dollars per per million typically so. That House has a thirty thousand dollar mortgage that five million dollar house and then you're like well if you're a big leaguer and you make ten million a year that extremely expensive mortgage is like a month's work or not a not a month's work. Yeah you're you're paying you're paying three hundred sixty thousand and rent and you're making ten million years a million bucks a month. That's one paycheck. Pays your whole very expensive rent. So then he started thinking like God. That's a lot of money that's just like an obscene amount of money. But yet you said you can still burn through that which is crazy and terrifying the second. You stop getting a paycheck. No matter who you are if you're in the big leagues you made two million dollars that year. Whatever in the off season you just see the bank account shrink. Don't worry I'll make it on. They make it up next year. Well Yeah but next year you could just blow out and never play again. I live in Burbank right. We live in seventeen hundred square foot. Home it's a million dollars right so I'm trying to buy a house and the mortgage guy goes well. Do you have a job I'm like Yeah but I don't have a contract. Well so you're not you don't have any income and I'm like no I don't like well you're GONNA have to. I have to leverage so much money to buy a house so I have to put down on money just to get along so right and they all season. You don't have a paycheck. It's over like good luck trying to get stuff done which now it's impossible for someone to buy a home in California if you don't if you don't have a good job making good money. Yeah that's definitely I don't think people point out the fact. I'm GonNa cut you off Dan. I had nothing. I'm glad you called me. Thank you If you're a high school kid your first round or you get two million dollars that two million dollars you know. Take all the fees. I'll take the taxes will call at one and a half million one point five million. That's GonNa last you the rest of your life because you don't have any relatable skills other than baseball you don't have a degree to fall back on. You can stop playing baseball at twenty five. Which a lot of these guys ended up doing that don't have established bigly careers and they search and they essentially need to get a job in baseball but they don't have a degree so college. Coaching isn't really something that they can pursue with a lot of confidence so they jumping a pro bowl. Coaching which is a career. But those minor-league coaches are making a lot of money and if you don't have establish big leaguer it's hard you don't just jump into Big League. Coaching so it's it's not a career. It's it's a very risky career path. If you've got a kid and I work with prep guys and some of them get some interest from these scouts. And they're like what do you think which I asked for? I'm like this needs to be life. Changing you know generational changing money and you need to be smart if you're GONNA go out of high school and take that signing bonus if you're an eighteen year old kid in there like oh we'll give you four hundred thousand dollars. That sounds like a lot of money like you said but chop it in half. Because that's what you're going to get and if you're smart with your money maybe last you a long time but most of you aren't smart with your money or even if you're Kinda smart with your money. How long is two hundred thousand in the last year? Most people you know in California that have good jobs will probably some makes them around that like that's a year's wage you're talking about no college degree and you know. They dangled a carrot of your college. Like we'll give you the scholarship plan. Get the hell out of here. It's I saw a stat was something less than ten percent of people that get drafted end up using that money. So those teams know that they're that money they put aside quote unquote. That's not being used because he's kids by the time you realize that baseball is for you. You're twenty five years older. They fizzled out. Like we don't need anymore. Are you going to school now? From Twenty six to thirty. That's that makes that's totally from. I saw it. I didn't see it on twitter. I saw it. I'll pull out pull it up. I'll send you the link was what was it. No it was like an hour. The town's it was is that actually came straight from the White House. But it's a even if that status wrong. I you know I played with a bunch of guys bill. Didn't you guys all play with guys? How many guys went back to school now? I mean I could probably count. I really thought about it but it's probably well. It's what five years after the time. There's a time limit years. You have two years. He's not playing sus to tap in and start your clock to use that so if you if you started in at some point continue like just continuously take classes. Even if it's not a full load you get to tap into that money. That was promised to you because I did I did I. I'd learned pros. And by the way she star video so I keep my junior areas. I left my junior college but I tapped into that to finish my schooling which was great because it was actually kind of a source of income in the offseason for me you know. Don't tell him that but guys don't use that now. We lost Murphy's we didn't even get into them. He's back money's not that money doesn't last that first round money doesn't last and to make it to the big leagues how hard he said. It is to stay. You know this is a big leaguer. You Know Bill Murphy. Professional Baseball player. Bigger it's not easy to stay there and that money does not last and Bob in the big leagues. How does that work so you said you get the college money you tap into it? You said it was like good quote unquote but like they give you a check. They that college directly like how does that process work. So you negotiate. When you sign a little bit you know. I went to Northern Illinois. They're like well. How much is it to go there year and I was like well? I'm on a full scholarship like it's about eighteen thousand dollars a year so they gave eighteen thousand. I think it was five thousand a year or five thousand a semester for tuition four thousand for housing so when she had to do a show show proof of housing and you got your four thousand dollars and then you had to show proof that you were rolled in school now. The way I did it To make a little bit of money was that My College paid my tuition if I finished because they want looks good for the graduation numbers so if I agreed to finish they paid my tuition so I doubled like shoot me. What I meant to dispute. They will never who. Oh you like. Hey your time's running out right right. You know. They won't do that but mine. So I was still always until two thousand six hundred. Fifteen order in two thousand Thirteen with OSH Hartfield taking classes filing ducting and I was like man. I wouldn't mind that and then I can get a win to Japan. There's two years gone. Yeah I'M GONNA. I'm sorry you're breaking up I'm GONNA paraphrase for the audience of what you just said I. I went to get my money and then a Japan and then money gone. Was that the right. They so he can Japan for T- went to Japan for two years and his once he left the big leagues less left affiliated then clocks started so even though he was still playing baseball. I think looking at the baseball reference. He went back in two thousand twelve. Which is interesting. You Know I. It's I'm not sure how that works. Who went back and was in AAA with Toronto. So I don't know if that claw if he gets a reset that clock Based on that money. But he's right they don't tell you anything about college program. Once you start I can just the only thing I remember the big league club telling me was. We went to spring training and they had a deal with University of Phoenix. And they would you know. They offered you class fake degree. We a whole now. It seems more and more real degree than ever right with all the e-learning But University of Phoenix had a program with major league. Baseball where you could take classes. During the season like they ca- they tailored it to you know to everything that you were doing. They worked with you but they never said like you didn't get a letter in the off season like. Hey Bobby you just got released or you know. A only got a year left to use this college money. That wasn't a thing like they. They're not they're not knocking knocking on your door trying to give you money. Like that's just not how they that's how they do business. Which is you know I understand. But it's not a you. Sign that you sign that contract after you get drafted and that you know the last thing on your mind is going back to school and the last thing on your mind is you know. Even for me I only have one year of college left and not even two full semesters and I didn't cut school was the last thing I was thinking about. I didn't care about school like I wanted to try and be a big leaguer. Yeah well you were never good enough but What what a did you. I think it's also probably hard to pivot to like. What are YOU WANNA do? You know what are you going to study? It's like oh I got something. Pick a major. I'm like twenty six years old. How did you go yet? Actually will I will? I had my major declared right like I was. I went to three years of university but these high school kids like. Hey you gotta take English one. Oh One near twenty six years old. Sit in the classroom with the eighteen year. Old Kid and relearn shit that you learned in your freshman year high school and doing all the all the dinosaurs names and really on the ours. What Else Janet. Gen Ed classes. College are a complete waste of time stegosaurus. Brontosaurus tyrannosaurus REX. This you learn your colors and your ABC Freshman Year in College. Yeah at Work Hill. Hello There Murph. On here we were just carrying value. A people were really on the Wu except for video. But you know these things happen. This is one of the perils of live. You're looking a little bit better now. So for those of you listening. We're here with Bill Murphy. For Major League pitcher also pitched in Japan and Taiwan as well as the Dominican and Mexican Leagues. I say Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan one China the way our presence I want not China got it but anyway we some of the perils of doing this show live here on twitter and Youtube or that. Sometimes the WIFI is don't work that good and then we kinda lose or maybe a technical difficulty like swoops episode episode eighteen. The first eight minutes from me. We're just terrible. My mic wasn't working and we're like It's kind of better to go live at nine and figured out on the fly. Then be late and maybe you'll just like don't tune into the show so we didn't know but anyway we appreciate you still being here Murph. Just put his hat on backwards. Relocated just relocated. That's sweet Wi fi. Good job man. See this shooting. It's it's life is how we deal with life's happening. Probably my neighbors had my code. And they tapped into probabl- man that good five g you have great five. G. I do have impelled here. we're back on terrifying registered. You do know that I'm ball now too. Yeah you saw I've been watching the show and it's kind of disturbing. Yeah kind of scary. Not The little aware but you know what by a better look at you? Just wear anyone's very round head so it works. Alright plus I'm just super handsome so you say I. I can't really do anything wrong. You know there's a lot of art. Yeah well we need. We need to say where we've promised people we've got about forty minutes left bobby lead the way on some of your nonsensical so for those of you. Who are just tuning in. Bobby is he's a man of many logical fallacies. He's a man of many conspiracies. He is an ardent trump supporter to a fault. I mean just listen to a fault. Defend you defend everything he does. Which is insane. I praise I do not go out of my way. You know via social media to defend anything political I really stay out of their on social media and everything I just have my own thoughts and break it down old off. Because you're very. You're you're in a Bobby Bobby Bobby Mary okay. This is how it all went down for me when the impeachment stuff was going on. It's just two stories. How is that possible? They are literally testifying to the American people and in front of people and to different people are lying. So who's down the truth so I decided I'm GonNa Watch every hour of every meeting in Congress to listen to the evidence myself and it is unbelievable the way people interpret what has actually said. This person said this is what happened. No that was an opinion and it was clearly stated in my opinion. Not on the news. They're going to tell you. This is fact right so I started watching and I'll watch what they talk about and then I'll turn on this channel this channel and none of them are just allen you the truth so propaganda. It's not really news. It's it's it's like listening to a opinion opinion based talk show. It's like listening to the morning brushback. Probably the bus podcast on the web right now while the and that's in part because of a moderator here even an arbitrator here so basically strangle you logic when you need when you need it so first of all that I played with you. You are the straight MSN DC. Yes okay you have zero. I'd I mean literally had a report yesterday report on an actual story and the next day on twitter. Hashtag Fire Chris Hayes. Because he's reported news and they wanted to fire him Okay so that's the kind of person you are instead of someone that wants to dig down and just listen to what your moral beliefs are. And that's how you make opinion. I can. I just say no idea. I have no idea into threads. There is one propaganda thread that I push on the show which pits calling. I have an agenda that I want amateur pitchers around the world to call their own pitches. And I won't college coaches to stop calling pitches for them and I want. I Want I. Want all pitchers call thrown game. So when you start to get bias there because I have that I listened to arguments other people's why why these college coaches call their game like I listen and I consider their opinions and I'm saying there like idiots by any stretch because many of them are very very smart coaches. But that's where I get a little propaganda because I do want to task trying to support my all as people that I hope. Hope will support my side of it. It's very I think that's a very easy thing to support. Because it's they tell you when you go to college they want you to get to the next level right but guess what as soon as you get to college. People are making money so that coach doesn't care what you WANNA throw. He wants to win. Because you know making a paycheck. Put Down the wrong call right. You'RE GONNA don't blame it on you. That guy gets fired. He's not getting paid. He wants to make sure he has every opportunity to win. I view it which I understand this. I understand that but at the same time what's broken about the system is say. I'm calling the pitches for CAL. State blew it. Who's this I'm even worth a damn calling these games? There's no there's no checks and balances the GM's checking my work if we go twenty four and thirty eight. It's not like I like off pitch callings not working. Let's get a different hidden Costa. Call the game. Let's like seems to be no checks and balances whatsoever. You're right. There is a check the balance. It's the coach. She wants a job. Okay the pitching coach wants a job right. If you're pitchers giving it up why aren't you doing something for that? Pitcher or why did you call that pitch? The guy's not gonNA be around but I coach my Beta at cal state northridge. He's not Fresno Champs you there. He's hates pitching coaches unless he likes you right. You better win. If not it's your fault. We we lived. We played a of Parked in his tiny right so the score was going to be fifteen to twelve if we lost sixteen to fifteen. It's one hundred percent pitchers. Talk Right. Pitchers did bad. I'M NOT GONNA lose my job. You don't know what you're doing. That's the way it works. They make money. It's a job that they have to be there. If you're only there for four years they wanted to be there for ten years four get that better job which will pay them more money so I it makes sense that they want the game to go their way because they have family that they have to feed but at the same time they still have an avenue which is teacher coach. Teacher catchers teacher pitchers had a call the spend more time educating them. Because there's nothing that we both know everyone's in the dugout. Were all complaining about all. That was a strike that pits. It's like just off the plate. None of us in the can actually see. That'S ABOLISH RECKON. On we can't we also can't see almost any tendencies. That catcher and pitcher can see from their vantage point. We've so much less information to call the game from the dugout than the pitcher and catcher themselves do. They're by far. They're like way ahead of us as using good information to do it so we just give them the tools to say. Hey this is what we're looking for. Watch this guy you know how he takes breaking. How you know takes a curveball. How he swings through fastball like look at his stance look like here the Scott Report. We also have them like we can do all. That stuff is coaches. I mean college is also huge. Shell right. It's look at me right when I was in college. They're like nothing that we well. I guess it's now the bigly but the stuff you didn't college was just you'd never think about doing it. Fifteen years ago in the big leagues or in the myrlie. There was like it was all shell. Everybody wants to be seen right. Are Pitching coach. Didn't call pitches unless he knew that guy really well because you don't see your opponents that much. Yeah so you don't. They don't even have. They don't have a game plan on those centers so they don't know anything we I know that right are catcher. If he's any good he knows what he's doing he gets to read the letters. And that's great but now there's just it's about money that's the only reason why they don't. WanNa lose their job. Yeah that's understandable but back to say. Why are we going baseball you brought? This is my time to moderate crazy. All right full disclosure. I have no idea if like bill likes trump if he hates them if he thinks aliens really I know nothing. Let's allstate allstate or opinions Bobby. Moths bobbing like. Obviously I think he's I think he's doing a good job. I think he's his knees Eddie. Feel about him as a person. Bobby was over the two. I have no. I don't know if you'll be. How do you feel about his character that he portrays on public forums? I don't know he's we all know we all know we all know a lot about donald trump. Let's just be honest with ourselves. Okay so okay. So get to you bill. What we say what he what he's going to say I want. How do you rate Donald Trump's character if your son if you could just plug in someone's character like he's a your son's a mannequin? You can just give them anyone. Would you give them Donald? Trump's pre two thousand fifteen don't qualify the question just answer the question you put it so but it's so valid and what bills. It's what bills playoff valid. But in two thousand fourteen or prior to that you like you would be Co. He's not going to be my number one choice regardless I I would give him my personality. 'cause I WANNA little enemy but you would. You wouldn't be uncomfortable saying like yeah. I want my son to be like Donald Trump like beloved by is Mario. I'd be very uncomfortable. You just. You're not okay. That's fine like again. I said he's not my number one choice but it's not like he's not like he's the worst person ever especially pre two thousand fourteen now as soon as as soon as he decided he was running for president the whole narrative on 'em changed which is why. I don't trust anything in the news and you can't. You can't even deny that that's true because all he's Donald Trump has been famous since since the early eighties like he has been in the public spotlight for decades so like the like the racist narrative like I saw him in a in a very recent thing he goes. I'm not racist he goes. I never said that. Let's move on to build and we'll come back to your opinion but there was a youth you rate. His character as an aide. So that just questions. Your entire moral compass is broken but bill where do you fall Mr Trump? I base it. Not on trump but as what? I view as values right what I want for. My trump in itself is just not the greatest person right and he doesn't get frame to even look good right so very easy to see the hatred that people have for them and you could see it yourself but the same time I base it on you know people's rights like California. We don't have gone right but I know people hunt for food and the other side wants to get rid of everyone's like I don't believe in it and I know the second you get somebody in there. They're going to take away people's guns. I don't think that they're not thinking for the country are thinking it's like you know these politicians say I. Mike Constituents right so you represent three hundred people. Afc represents three hundred people show he says by two situations right. Sixteen thousand people voted for and she is giving Agendas for our entire country. That's ridiculous right so I don't believe in anything. Afc saying but she has a chance to you know have all the ideas into our into our world in our in our church in the United States and fair Schilling fluence. How many of you guys have ever met your local congressman had. Did they ever come to your door? They say they worked for you. Don't sound like the real like they're Specter's Adam. Schiff is ours. I've never seen the guy. I've never even seen ABC for 'em in Burbank. I heard he he. He's will his whole family time line like if you if you just research it's family. It's like totally connected. Corrupt Political Hierarchy Robert name name three people who aren't corrupt that people would know named in politics in general because you think every literally everyone literally every doctor's corrupt you don't believe in vaccines you don't. It's not no it's not the most evil you believe that this is this is evil. I do things and evil person. But this is a mischaracterization. I don't think vaccines are evil. I don't even think they don't work like I'm sure that a lot of them work like the MR vaccine have different opinions on my whole issue and my point is you should have a choice just same way. Bill said like he like he's not the gun thing. I don't own a gun and I don't hunt so I have no interest in like I like gun issue doesn't matter to me but I understand that matters for a lot of people so they should have the right to have a gun now I if they have a gun like it doesn't affect me one or the other so I don't have a very strong opinion on it. The vaccine thing like they're they're talking about making this a corona virus vaccine mandatory for newborns. Why what it's that. That's it hasn't been tested like we're just gonNA start giving this to bloods. Don't let let's not get on an experimental thing that's like that's why federal but my whole life form it's choice like you should have your choices affect the health of my child in school. Then that's problematic. But how is that? How how because if you're not vaccinated and other kids maybe have immuno-compromised vaccine but they have a vaccine that protects them. Isn't that the whole point of the vaccine? Our backseat scene is it's what Vaccines designed for but a vaccine viruses. Always change right so they're back seem not cover a virus. The point is if the Spanish flu or smallpox if you're not vaccinated you can destroy all ablation right because of some of the antibiotics that they're not building news. Bobby Bobby rejects. That's not true. Where's wise an ice? Where's where's the articles about that? Whereas where are the people that are lined up in dead or dying laughing? I WANNA see it. Like this. Is Bobby's problem? He believes if he finds any article that supports your change in saying he I if he does that he goes with it. It's something unique combination acts. He's a big conversation biased guy. I'm just okay I'm coming back. That's the same wise same thing. This is why people hate each other right. Yes ause by Dan Right. You have to be able understand other people opinions right so my wife family are all immigrants right. Data's Colombian he came here to go to college okay. This guy speaks better English right there than I do better grammar. He adapted and wanted to learn right what he came here and adopted our culture to take care of his family back home. My wife's mom from Costa Rica. Her grandfather's a huge soccer star in Costa Rica. They came here for a better life for their family right. They do and they learn English in adapt right people inside of our country trying to destroy because they don't WanNA listen. They want to argue with each other instead of. Like cheers bye perspective. Here's mine maybe we can come to a common grass said it's just literally all each other till quits typing on twitter and everyone listens people on. Twitter. That's two percent of people. Were on twitter in that state. And they're all extremists. It seems like or celebrities making money. Love it love twitter. I'm big twitter person. We're not talking about their. We're done talking about hitting twitter forever. Although we had talked about on Tuesday with Richard. But that's going to be a good one but that's my my whole. My whole point is you should have a choice. Like there's there's plenty of people use plenty of examples on both sides right like kids have been let's vaccines because it had been vaccinated that haven't had any effects like I was. I've been vaccinated like my parents. Did whatever the doctor told him. And unearth plenty of examples of parents. And there's been documentaries out vaccinates VACs To were. There's anecdotes of kids getting vaccines and immediately having seizures and immediately getting autism. All I'm saying is you should have a choice. Like you should have the choice. Our parents only were mandated. I think it was six vaccines back in. My parents are Orion fifty nine and sixty so this. Let's call it the sixties six vaccines mandatory. Now there's twenty eight now I i. I'm no I'm no doctor but I don't think from nineteen sixty to nineteen eighty seven. There were twenty two plagues running rampant through. The world qualification to get a vaccine. It's not like we have a plight. Okay just what? What is the qualification into the medical science improved over time and we learn? More medical protect. I don't WanNa be protected from myself by the government. That's my biggest nonsense. That doesn't make any sense Baxter. Nations disol- sell it is there's new viruses that come every day. Our population grows. We run into things that we never encountered before. If you don't want your child to have vaccine well then you shouldn't come to school because you literally could still expect. Look how fast this province spread not as deadly as it is but there's nothing to stop it right now except for being away from each other okay. People are getting now affected even more from not seeing other people were social people right back scenes are solely to prevent this sort of thing. Robert comment so still failing to see. I'm still failing to see why the government is mandating. Ib injected or my kid be injected with something that hasn't been tested on human beings. There's no study vaccines don't don't are not regulated like drugs like if you take a pick any drug. You know a malaria drugs. Because it's been touted in really. Malaria Nafta go through numerous trials before they get sent out to the public. And if you know if Bob's medical company put this drug out there and it has adverse effects it causes you know whatever I can be sued for that vaccines do not work like that. There's something not right about. If if the mandatory mandatory give my kid a vaccine and he immediately develops epilepsy autism. I have no recourse. There's nobody to sue not that suing and I know we live in the culture of you. Just want to sue people whatever but there is no recourse is just that. Sorry like it's a it's just the era. You're a victim. That's tough your vigorous the counter. Here's the counter. Okay first of all we know as a people that some people are going to have side effects of everything. That's like saying we can no longer has peanuts or peanut butter in the world because some people could die very easily from peanut butter. All right I don't know that right the first time you eat peanut butter and you don't know you're you're allergic to it. There's a good chance you die from it. Right you're right. You're right the per- the purposes is like you're trying to prevent the from being destroyed. They know and everybody knows that people are gonNA sacrifice because they have reverse effects of these things but there's no no why isn't it being like why? Why is there no accountability for vaccines? Only and we're we. We go on other stuff too. But that's not a point to not use them. It's just say okay. I agree fishy about legally. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't use them because we could have vaccinated ourselves against Grove. Okay but I made the point. I've already made the point that there are there. I'm I'm confident there are vaccines that are totally safe. But there's one like the vaccine has been. There have been numerous videos. Numerous people who else youtube really good video. You're not having it co discussion. You HAVE NO COUNTERPOINT. To this your counterpoint is the trust the main the main autism the main autism string of thought was a debunked study. This guy admitted that all of his one main study that started the whole autism stuff. That was he's like. Yeah I made that up what that means. I don't know I don't I don't have this lawn. Just wait. I'm giving you. I'm giving you information exists and so the okay and I'm conceding that there are vaccines that are that are. I'm sure very safe. And they work extremely well. But there are others that have zero studies and they're being mandated of people who have no choice like. Why don't you have what you're saying? Ladies Zero Style. Don't think the whole thing about the copay one right now right. It's the fact that usually take two to five years to develop his of human try. Where did he in human trial so the thing is is that they they give them to you if someone gets sick? And they sue them. Nobody has them anymore. It's it's the same argument with people allergic to food. People have tons of food allergies. You can't go Sue Jesse because you died from their product right. They're they're getting something to the public but they're not mandate mandating. That you've put a spoonful of it in your mouth. That's the difference. This Kovacs here. Let's just stand the Cova vaccine for a second? It has studies. It's the first nine people were given to in Africa. You can look it up died. The first nine people died because of the vaccine or they just died because had covert or the already at some of the things we're the ones given there was a woman. There's a woman in England who took a vaccine. Who's reporting that? She's fine like she doesn't have any issues. Whatever there's another study of their testing at an Africa on on people. I don't know the nature of the People. But if you tell me something is given to them and nine people die that tosses at least somewhat of a red flag. So are you talking about right now because you just Kinda were on me about it you have? You don't know any don't have a thought like you don't have a thought you're giving you information and all. I'm saying is there's people that should have a choice that aren't being given a choice. Choice are getting them. They okay right now. We have People right now that are getting injected. Right fork over and they're fine in the United States and they're finding your but they sign up knowing that they are being human trial right right. Oh we've admitted not. We not me but doctors have admitted they don't know everything about this virus so for in my in my head and my logic if you don't know everything about this virus but you're going to somehow corral it into a vaccine. I'd rather just take my chances getting it or I'd rather just just give. I'd rather just have the virus and let my body is immune system. Fight it as. Here's to being injected into me here. But if you don't know what getting it and you could get it and then give it to my dad. And then my dad dies that's problematic. Okay Cool Bobby. You don't WanNa take it but you're going to give it. Some elderly personnel might die. But okay. That's the point. I thought I'm giving it to me so I'm going to be able to give it to other people regardless while the reality of vaccines not. Everybody knows that okay. It's Kinda like vaccines are kind of like to protect you from having to do herd immunity right not right. They know that. Not a hundred percent of people get back saints because one hundred people don't but the thing is is you're protected for not taking it because the vast majority of the people do get it so that's how it doesn't get out of control so but the problem is is that people that if you were to get it you have an opportunity to in fact a greater number of people that also get or in fact the book Vaccines One hundred percent. You could still give it to people in the population that are not but they don't just give vaccine cause they think they're gonNA kill fifty percent of the population. This is terrible. I really conspiracy. Maybe Bill Gates that just all of a sudden quits as CEO of Microsoft in January. And all of a sudden this thing comes out and all of a sudden. He's an expert. I don't have to watch Bill Gates on CNN or these doctors your neuro surgeon. And you're telling me you know more about this virus than me. Well that's easily split your news if you're a new station and you interview Dan the neurosurgeon. No one knows about or Bill Gates who everyone's GonNa read that article. They're going to just like try to choose bill. That's like the way of news. Not say it's the way to go. Its not to say. He's an expert on it. It's just like he's someone but you might as well interviews interview Bradley Cooper then if they both have the same amount of medical knowledge. Bill Gates has more knowledge than Bradley. Cooper how how do you know that? That's totally conjecture. Bill Delta's note about pain for vaccine. It's heavily invested in medical companies. Right so you're saying that to people can't one person gain more knowledge than the other about subject. Sure he can. But you're claiming won't says any more knowledge than anybody else involved. He's involved in the foundation. Okay then we can't know anything about any person ever like he's involved in the days when that's that's concerned about helping people in the world. He probably reads a book about it. He probably does. He read a book so what I can read books. I've read just as much as Bill Gates proved me wrong. Well let nobody knows about this Kobe. So Bill Gates is only on. Tv to tell you how vaccines work and promote magazines and how Great Bill Gates because he gives away billions of dollars you know what all they talk about you like is is the homelessness sixty thousand people. I got an idea. The only people talk about it or the people and government. The people back complain about it because they're in their neighborhoods and celebrities. Here's an idea. How about the entertainment that she has really WanNa help about when these rich people here in southern California by the people piece of property and makes a homeless shelter. They don't do that. They just keep saying. We'RE GONNA put thirty million dollars into homeless. Well guess what in the past year. The tents on the side of the freeways have gone so far like it just keeps growing and growing and growing. You know why because we're not allowed to do anything about it but people want to complain about it. Why it's news you get clips people. It makes you popular. You really want to do something instead of buying a hundred and twenty million dollar mansion. How about you get a few of your buddies each chip in a hundred million dollars and build a facility for the homeless. Solve the problem too easily. You're right. I mean that's grits a great point that Bill Gates is a whole other topic. You know he's talked about depopulation is father was head of planned parenthood. Like there's a lot of wormholes with Bill Gates as a person so that's a but let's transition because there's there's so many other bobby so fewer vows hearing you correctly you think things should go through pretty rigorous trials before given to the suggested to the population is that right yes but with multiple caveats like. I WanNa know all the information about it. You you ask doctor about vaccines and Ask any of your doctor friends how much they learn about vaccines medical school. They spend one day on it. That's but I I would object to but it's not conjecture so every doctor only learn for one day every doctor only one for one day. Ask a doctor in charge of vaccines learned from more than one day. It's possible that they learned from the one maybe they don't you're just maybe may maybe leaves it open for everybody but I mean there's just general every every single doctor has to it is every single. Doctor gives the in gives the vaccine. You don't go to a special vaccine doctor. You go to your your primary care doctor to get your vaccines how come there's no there's no class on vaccines they should. They don't get anything more than a day a week on vaccines there should be a class on it now. Where's it's important to get this information Robert? I do one day. He's about about medical doctors. They do spend like one week on medical school. But that's because that's not gonNA profession. They're learning how researchers. Assia every doctor on you right because they don't give you a vaccine but they don't have they don't even know anything about it that's that makes very troublesome he's got they're all the same. It's there's have the flu shot. Is the flu shot so like if I'm going to get the flu shot? The first thing is like I go to the doctor asks me everytime did you get your foot shot. I'm the first one I got was When I had my surgery because I didn't WanNa get sick when I have you know. Forty staples in the back of my neck so I said did you bet on and did you get one of your kids. Yeah we take them. Every year I start putting him out there passing the Bill Gates if he vaccinates US Kids. He does not. Well probably also lives in. So Bobby You. Bobby seems like you want you. Want a lot of caution and a lot of well researched stop before administering things to people or even suggesting it to people that right. I WANNA know why I WANNA know. I WANNA know why I don't have a choice. I WANNA know why it's mandatory WanNa. What's in it but you just want. Doctors emphasize a lot of CARE. And it'd be very well thought out and thorough research before giving it to people. Sure but yet you. But yet you're a staunch defender of donald trump touting drowsy chloroquine before it was proven is. It has not been has not been proven. Right let me step in here on this one on your blood. There's something called when you're getting attacked by something. You WanNa bring hope to people. That's what they ignore. They had people that tried it. It worked for them. He's in first of all the notion that my sister has lupus right. There's no shortage. She was getting. We live in California. The thing is is You saying we have something and we're hoping it works. Speak to your doctor. They didn't leave all that part out. Okay there's a new one that came through trump hasn't mentioned it hear it every day in the media right. It's the same thing it's just 'cause trump's at it it's just ridiculous notion of him bringing something to people to calm them down. Because we're panic. People I go to the store. They're like the day after the stuff breaks out. I literally have to go there. She told me from my house. There is none left and there is people panicking over toilet paper and paper towels. I'm in Costco. And nobody's putting food in their basket. That is way more important because every enormous people if they have a membership to Costco. I'm pretty sure that access to shower so it just doesn't make sense that you don't know that I was fed. Pretty sure they have access to a shower. Okay so people panicked and you have to find a way to calm people down so you give them hope. You can't just go to the corner store and buy the drug okay. It's like when they said slump for him saying inject when he said inject they said ingest chemicals when he said inject and he was framed the question so he turned into a question to the doctors thinking out loud right and then they turn around. Said twenty percent of people have Called in the poison centre. Well I read an article and heard them talk about how they already had a twenty percent increase because people already buying more chemicals and products in their homes and are using them and they're getting sick prior to trump saying something. Yeah but that doesn't change the fact that it's probably something that could be framed. Better doesn't need to be said and also like the wire we touting I get the hope thing but at the same time because hey we know. We've a lot of drugs in the pipeline. There's a lot of other ways. You could do that rather than suddenly because some people have a lot of adverse side effects from hydroxy chloroquine. It's like us for Lupus. They're stockpiling it. There's issues with the stockpiling. People couldn't get needed it. There's a lot of ramifications that probably make that a problematic questionable choice of just things to ramble about as he rambles in these meetings right. You're absolutely right. He should never okay. He can mention that right. The thing is he kept outing it every day. It was annoying very annoying right so someone gave him the information and he runs with it because he wants to be that guy right and then the press on top of that. They ask him questions or they go on. Tv and talk crap. Well he wants to make a because if he's right here if he just stopped talking about it they stop talking about it within a couple of days. So it doesn't make sense in rambling. Nonsense is just ridiculous. The guys ridiculous person. It's a matter of do you WanNa know the truth? Do you want to? Do you have moral values that you want to see this country? Move over that's where you have to debate. Because to say he's he's not that bad he's just not a very likable person but as the president he's not that bad. I would tend to agree that I don't think that's changed. I got a great tax break. He doesn't seem like he really is screwed. That much stuff up. He's very very competent in general terrible communicator. But anyway that's that's your opinion though like more serve clear. Call everything in opinion. But that thing it's objective there are ways to communicate. They're a good community which are being clear which are being clear. Sending out consistent messages rather than conflicting messages rather than rambling. But that's okay style like sex idea of entertainment right. That's the whole idea of trump. He's entertainer and that's the whole idea of like the news now. Like for instance. Cnn is no longer credible news source. Chris Cuomo I. He probably was sick right but the they they did. This whole reveal him coming out of the brutal it was. It was all fake. He literally got in a twitter but debate the other night and literally just messed up time line of him leaving his basement for the first time on national. Tv and tell everybody you know on TV. Stay home you need to do this for us. You need to do that. But during the holiday goes thirty miles away from his house with his entire family and then doesn't tell anybody everybody thinks he's locked in a basement not around his family. People believe this guy they believe him and he's literally just doing it to get people to watch a show. He said this these are these are facts. Well then Gimme facts and don't let me literally watch a news conference and watch you take a clip that a journalist asked trump question and they've framed as this is what trump said when all he did was answer questions that you ask you propose the question. He answered it but they make it seem like. Oh now because okay for instance yesterday They asked him. Hey we hear that you are going to have You guys are thinking about taking away from China for over the Kobe. Stuff and then he answers. The question was going like That's a little much. The dollar is very important to us. You know we could do something like this but we're going to discuss it depending on you know how this happened. You know. It wasn't actually later that night. It just that trump is already strategizing how to punish China when they asked him the question. It's not like you just talked about it. I agree that asked him a question. Headlines Are Razi misconstrued extremely. It's ridiculous all. They did asking a question about not paying China back their money and he said that's too much will hurt our dollar and we don't want to mess around like that. It's just you made a good. You made the point like he's not as he he's not as bad as he's portrayed to be. He's not as good as his most adamant. Supporters are claiming that he is. He's somewhere in the middle. He's always been somewhere in the middle. You know my my point about him. All the time is he wasn't portrayed as he is now prior to when he decided to run for president like he was a media. Darling he was. He had his own show. He was very popular as a person. You don't his morally whatever like I don't I don't look at anybody that's in show business or anything morally like I don't. They're not they don't affect me. My opinion about you have a strong opinion about Bill Gates being evil. I think I think he's evil and I do think he's GonNa have your life but you've very new trump struggle. I've said this I don't think trump's Yvo these evil personal gates's yeah I think he's an evil person again my fascinating. It doesn't fascinating okay. I don't think people I think he's a just a a horrifying immoral personally. Then great you can think what you want. Yeah you can think whatever you want. I don't your your disgust with Ivory Opinion. I have about. This is not a lot about you. Know it's fascinating I woke up. You are in in his in defending him yours. Extremely it's like you're supposed to like your personality is very involved in in his personality. You cannot handle him being do only person. Is You if you watch any episode here? I bring them up. You're the only person that brings them drinks conversations. Because I don't even I don't I have zero. If you bring up trump. I would never talk about him because he's about he's power wraps himself up in media he gets all the press. That's literally how he won the election for me. He occupied every amount of airspace. Are Excuse me a airtime on TV? The whole election season like he's good at that he's always been good at that he's never been straight as like an a terribly like a like a racist evil person prior to the election. This I saying he's not maybe make another thing is to like we make. It seem like trump is the one that did it. You know whose fault it is why they hate him so watch it. Cnn MSNBC THEY could him on TV every day when he was running it was a terrible idea and now they just they're they it's their fault and they know it so now they do whatever they can to you know. It's all about our money views because media is that right there's gray reports like I love listening to pull right. And how Great? He's reporter right. He's locally steady biased in one way but he's more of a Democrat. Trump is more of a Democrat in these far left people. I mean they're just taking over the party. And it's like guys like we just WanNa be American down-the-middle will unveil deliver live. You guys are all. They're fighting over power instead of for the people and that's the difference with politicians that were all politicians. They've always want power. Who Stays in office for twenty years? Howdy allow that right nuts. The term limits thing. You can't even bring it up and now congress like they're they're raises kick in they get their yearly raise. Whatever three percent like it's kicking in and they're taking that money and they're on recess like they're not voting and it's it's not just it's there's everybody in politics I'm not a big government person by any means and I live in a blue state where it's like. You know two state senators have just sued our governor for extending to stay at home. You know saying he's overstepping his His constitutional powers and a couple of these places have no like they're smaller towns. Not Chicago Because I live in the city but your smaller towns down south that are you know they don't have any issues with this. Virus like basically people are going into poverty with staying at home not working and they're suing the governor and it's he's he's almost like a dictator and again. I don't listen to a lot of I don't even know it's made I. I don't know who's open. Who can open for business in Illinois? But they're suing this guy because he's overstepping and it's if you only watch the news you're only going to get stuff thrown in your face about one way or the other. If I watch the news in Chicago I'M GONNA get very pro governor pro mayor of Chicago Blitz Up. You said because he's overstepping. Who's that's a leading question? I mean are you are you saying he's overstepping or are his. I don't know if he's overstepped literally been third claiming he's overstepping okay. They're claiming overstepping his constitutional powers. Like I just got kicked out of minorities three days ago because I walked in. And she's the girls like you need to wear a mask and I was like why she's like because we need your mask. I was like why don't have a mask. She's like lead by one a dollar now. Thanks I just left like okay if that's your if that's your store policy fine but now it's in Illinois. You have to wear a mask if you go outside the house you have to wear a mask which is one of. The things are suing over Doing like you can go get your dogs haircut but you can't go get your haircut in Illinois so it's like well kind of absurd like it's like their not allowing people to go back to work so if I was a hairstylist. I'm I'm not allowed to make any money and I'm I can't. I can't get unemployment you know I can't get my twelve hundred dollars. Maybe like they're not a lot so there What point I guess. Why can't why can't get on the PCP thing because a lot of these will for one the PCP's run out? Like I applied for it for my small business. We haven't gotten it There's I know a lot of having a big bank or a community bank. Will you have to go to your bank? You have time. Do you have to cite tried to go to a small community bank? But I'd have an account with them so if you don't have an if you don't have not done business with them prior to February you can't apply through their bank which is fair. I understand that that's not. He's like my brother banker but you'd have to like I'm not allowed to open an account Silva but today they're very but their rules were February right. So if I if I wasn't I wasn't doing business with any of these banks other than chase which is obviously big bang prior to February so I had to plow through chase and all their money ran out which okay But whatever so there's like people that are waiting for money in much worse situations. I am the you know. I'm not complaining that I didn't not getting anything But at what point are you are people should have the choice or be allowed to work right like if I'm a hairstylist and I wanNA open and it's only me and whoever I'm working you know working with in there. Why is that not allowed? I don't know I don't know the right answer. I'm just so I live in a very big state right Ten eleven million people alone in La so the first week okay. I'm an essential boy right so yes I noticed people. Now this is what's hurting people. Okay the two people at the top. There's fighting over what we should do. And there's GONNA keep fighting and they're forgetting about the people people are now doing their thing. People are getting hurt. The most are people that actually have these businesses that they want allowed open because everybody else is working. Everyone construction still going on. We just tore down a bridge on the five freeway in droves to do it. Yeah you know what I mean. That would never happen. They they haven't shut down and it was not a big deal. The streets are being more full and more full every single day. I go into Home Depot. Every day they let a hundred and fifty people in the line is way out the door. Okay so they're they're saying majority of America are staying home. Well no they just can't go to work so them. Staying home is not the reality we. You're yelling at people on the news that I can't believe you're you lecture house. That's like a fraction of like one person. Saw a group of people right or a mayor of a big city like New York tells people will stay home and the next day they see him out doing dumb stuff right so now they're just really affecting people's lives and they're not giving us what we need to hear other than a you either stay home or you're hurting the country or we need to open up or were going to be destroyed. Well we're going to be for both ways by both sides because they don't really care about what we're doing. They WANNA debate politics. They want leverage in the house. They don't really care about us. They want leverage a things that they want to pass like that. Hey you want people to work. Well we want this. You want people go back to work. You need to pass this. So now they're using US like bonds we're sheep and people listen or they don't and I'm telling you people are out in the streets and fill their restaurant people are but that's but that's like that's the point to rise like what deems essential like. Why is why CAN WALMART BE Open? Your could be any hundreds of people in there at one time but the local restaurant can't be open. Are the hair salon. Kansas very different businesses drastically different. I'll give you the cells. Walmart sells things. You need to eat. Clean your but okay. Restaurant doesn't the money you need the money that that hair silence needs to buy that stuff is her business is essential to her. Like who's to say it's not essential are you making arguments at every. Business is essential because that's essentially what you're doing which is not a good argument. I think bobby argument is that the grocery store is just. You're more likely to catch something. You're moving more but you're touching items right now for sure. Something like a barber shop doesn't have that many people on it. So why isn't it that that is the area where they're destroying people for opening barbershop? You might only have two people three four people on the time. If you live by the rule the grocery stores always going to have one hundred fifty people on it and a hundred different people touching a hundred different things that you might make Dutch. That doesn't happen in a barbershop arrest. I agree with you. It's very understandable restaurant. Is You have a better chance to catch something because you sit at a table that someone is affected but a barbershop is ridiculous that people literally saying Barbara's in Atlanta or idiots. What maybe some people are comfortable with preparing their store to protect you and themselves another. Maybe other people aren't so let them choose. Okay you can stay away right but it sounds sensual like yes. I do agree that I like a dancer. Like I might. Claiming all businesses essential. Yes to to each individual person that might be essential like if you have no other way to feed your family but to go see. Open Your Business. But that's not a that's that's like clearly not the point of them deeming it what's essential what's not that's right but but now but now we're six weeks into it and now they're deeming what they are they're mandating what's essential and what's not when it's different for everybody like it's the key. Dan You do your business from home which is awesome like you're irritable. Keep working or able to keep doing everything so you can still make your money for someone who I just. We just keep using barbershop because example on the table for someone who cuts hair that. That's all they do. That's all the only way they make money. And that's how I it's hard for me to look at. Let's if bill was a barber look at him and said Hey I get to go to work. You stay home. That's just how it's gotta be. Let's make an argument that the grocery store is the most dangerous place to be during this time? And and you can make a valid argument for that and you can make an argument that you know the barbershop is the safest place that could be opened. But he's not allowed to be open and you know let's Tattoo Parlor to people in their one guy giving a tattoo I know. Tattoos aren't essential like you don't need a tattoo live or to go. Brush your daily life but the guy giving the tattoos has no other way of making money like he's his family's might lose house. He can't put food on the table like he should have the option open. You don't have to go in there and get a tattoo. You don't have to frequent as business at all. But he should have option open. That's why I'm glad our attorney general sat there and said look we're going to start protecting people's rights because we all have rights but at the same time us as individuals have to do the right thing and it's understandable that people they need to work man but we know that restaurants. Just you're going to have to take out. You don't have to keep shutting down every business where you might not have a large gathering people or you WanNa hear my theory of how this all starting spread throughout the whole country. Our absolute sporting events percent. That's how it got so popular. Sure I believe they came from all over to go to Florida to go to Arizona. Basketball Games NASCAR. All this stuff was all going on time. Hundreds of thousand people all over the country. They say so contagious. They're all sitting next to each other and then go back to their town. You say you're gonNA affect three and a half people. I mean. They had to be the one that started. Sure I mean it could. It could have been just from one. Sporting event right could have been the whoever the Golden State Warriors. Just go there. Three people spend two three people like the whole. The whole thing of it is with the with shutting down like who's to tell somebody else that they're not allowed to make a living the government they do. The government is that is that where you would. Who is that the world is the country? WanNa live in where it's different because you're not allowed to work right now. I run by run a youth baseball. Like we're not allowed to practice or anything and I've been abiding by that like I'm not but it hasn't hurt me very much yet in six weeks but if this goes into October like I've got bills to pay at some point when is it. I'm not saying it doesn't mean that if we're allowed to play we'll use my business baseball like we're allowed to play baseball that everyone that. I'm making people come play like they're obviously have a choice right like they're going to have the choice to come to practice or to be around other kids and I've sent out questionnaires actually asking that. Would you be comfortable with your son or daughter being around kids and practicing touching the ball that other kids touch and it seems to be about eighty percent are comfortable and twenty percent or either no or they're not sure yet but who's to set like why am I being told that my business can't at least have the opportunity to make money where an I use Walmart in Walmart has a purpose right. They sell a lot of things. You would need Walmart's also the biggest business in the world like they make the most money they can afford to. That doesn't have anything to do with why they're allowed to open their allowed but they're allowed to open and I'm not allowed to open which is not it's not that doesn't feel like freedom doesn't feel like the US doesn't feel like everyone's open and we spread the disease like wildfire. Have both ways? It's going to happen and no matter. What because first of all we already now that vaccines takes the quickest. We can get it is a year. You can't lock down everyone for years. There's just they have to lift so it's a matter of they keep saying okay soon as Trump said we got to open our country. It was the opposite. Hasn't stopped right saying that. We're being selfish. We want to go back to work. That is not reality. The reality is people are gonNA eventually and already are gonNA suffer. They need to have money. And now it's become an issue that people are like. I'm making more money on unemployment and the people have applied for loans. They can't get their workers back because they're making more money. Okay you have to make a decision. The vaccine is not GonNa be here tomorrow and the once I keep saying it needs to be need testing five million tests today. Well not going to happen. So you're in tells me sit down. La County offered a every citizen can get a test to date no problem. How can we can do it? Nobody else can say. There's no test say so they. We were lucky that we never had a shortage of death now like we tested everyone that wanted to be tested. That was in the symptoms and now we have. We can test everyone in our county. Let's but then as it goes when someone that tested positive the recommendation is fourteen days of quarantine. You know isolated by yourself and then you can come out and so. That's the recommendation. So with the with the fatality rate like all deaths are terrible. I I totally on board with that. But if it's you know less if it's I don't know what the number specific percentages but it's definitely less than one percent in the. Us have died from the chronic virus. Still terrible but it's you're shaking your head. No what's what's incorrect about. That is like sixty thousand. Definitely a million confirmed cases at six percent notes. Well more twenty two but the thing is is there's more people in fact we know that's the whole thing but is it six times more than we know. Maybe I don't know but right now it's a million case in the US. Approximately sixty thousand deaths that six percent. So you can't say it's less than one percent with any certainty. I know you're big on certain. Diwali I am saying it because I don't there's not only a million there's been a million people infected period than we have three hundred million people in its point. Three percent of the population were shutting down the population for point three percent. I don't think that's the case because I think there's more people infected than have been tested like I could have a right now. I'm not tested and I'm also a survivor of it. But at what? What'S THE AT? What point do we say we open up like? What point do you okay? But let's go back and settle this one percent thing because you get on me when I don't have some back mine. There's sixty thousand deaths and a million confirms thousand. That's where you're getting the CDC numbers whatever they release world the US over twenty thousand New York where we're not gonNA podcast dude. I'm not going to pull the numbers up. It's definitely pull up stuff all the time bill. I think it's the numbers I got five point six percent there. You Go There's sixty something low sixties it slowdown a lot. It went from like fifty two a week ago and jumped up really quickly like sixty and then it's been quite less than but the numbers are there basically on worldwide numbers it right now. It's like a three point four percent but they know as professionals that the actual rate is probably around point zero three and it's still two three times deadlier than most flu. It's just a matter of. They need to agree on a way to open. Okay so are you stay. This is a question. Are you staying home if there's a point three percent chance of you dying six percent arguments in the US down you just listed you ask those who just pulled us a data right here? It's right here. One point one million confirmed sixty three thousand nine hundred eighty deaths. Six percents care used. Are you staying home as I keeping you home is that would you? Is that ninety nine. Okay so okay. No no all right but you don't have the like you work from home. You don't have the you can function your life normally other than maybe he's going to stay on because if I did it and I give it to my Dad. Then my dad might die. He's in that six percent. I'm probably not people thirty. Four years old are dying at six percent or eight people six or are dying at a six percent rate which would which includes which is why greats. I don't want everyone running around to maybe give it to me. Maybe give it. Unwittingly to my dad and then my dad is okay. But but how is you're GONNA get it if he if he continues to shelter in place because I'm GonNa see my dad at some point. I WanNa see my dad again you. That's your choice you can. You're you're saying I'm killing my dad because if I ever see my dad again talking about you can see her saying if my choice distance you're the one talking about your like. That's how this thing works considering argument holy cow but the thing is we right now we know we were told. We need a lock down to slow the rate of infection right. Well we did that. That's what they asked us to do. Now they're saying we have to do it because we don't have enough test. Well that wasn't the original thing people wouldn't have stopped it. They were told that you can't go to work for six months. There's just no what the thing is is that we know that. Who it affects. And it's a matter of how we're going to go about protecting those people. You do not have eventually until you get to a vaccine. Those people are going to be at risk. It's a matter of how salvaged you WanNa beat to see those people. My father in that category my mother in that category my sister in that category. I can see them facetime until we have something. I'm not going to go and put them at risk. But that doesn't mean that they can't still figure out a way for people to make money and that's something that one side says. You are a complete jerk if you think and have that opinion when it should be okay with you. All bye hearted saying that. I that I'm telling you like you're going to kill your father. No I'M NOT. Bill stated perfectly like yes. Your father might be in that high risk category. I group that's okay. I get it so you can take precautions to keep him as safe as possible without not being with out the government telling you you're not allowed to make a living and you're a different case because you can make your living but like curly. I'm I'm not in that case. I can't make a living right now. Like I'm not allowed to make money so okay. Yes yes I also don't want my father who's sixty years old to catch it and and pass away like nobody wants that but I can also take precautions until it's deemed safe for him and his group that group of people without ruining like everybody who who needs to make money at this time like there's a there's a balance there. I never never disagreed with that. But when you're you're surgery or central premise of every businesses essential. 'cause we need money doesn't really fly because then everyone's out doing everything and it spreads its individual. It's essential to the visual person. Like I'm not everything that's just I'm just saying that's not a good way to find a good way to find. There's never really a great way to find anything. The thing is is that have to happen? Population say and listen to the government that they're gonNA to take care of them but we're all starting to see the reality is that is impossible okay. And this is where now the Chinese the change in. Let's do our best to find ways to protect until we can not everyone lockdown and that's this year it's one third of the other and it's people telling you that you can only do it this way. Everyone has an opinion. You just gotTa do. Yeah all have a choice like everybody has a choice. If if I'm Dan if I'm you and I'm concerned about my father like you're expressing right now like you can also stay home like there's an in. I'm not advocating for someone who may be sick to like actively go seek out seek out the people that are at risk. But if I'm I just keep going back to Harrison. If I'm a barber and somebody comes in. I assume I'M GONNA sooner out putting me at wrestling. I assume people are good. They're not gonNA put me at risk for a haircut but I should also be allowed to be open to to make money to provide for my family. Like if if we're being mandated to stay at home and Al Sidetrack here that twelve hundred dollars stipend that was given to people is not enough and it's not that's not holding anybody over if you're lucky enough to get it you know maybe guys got it or applied for it or whatever. That's not enough like the you can't keep the country. I'm locked down like this and also not give them something to you know to Provide like halt mortgages. You know pushed mortgages off for six months or do. I don't know what that would cause but you have to give them. You can't just tell them that you've got all the bills and you need to feed your family but we're not gonNa let you work and you gotta stay in the House like thing I lost. I lost a family. A family member journal Iris and thus her family couldn't even be there right. That's terrible yeah and another thing is is that they know who they have to protect and they didn't do it on the east coast. They did not protect US communities and they act like they can take care of us except they couldn't even do with the one population they knew from the very beginning that it affected most. That's what's frustrating and people still think that they're gonNA take care of us. Were just testing. That's not a reality into think it's reality. It's not it's just. They know that this is what said by a person that just says dumb stuff all the time that puts him in a hole and put everyone else in the country and a whole because the other side wants to do the complete opposite and majority of the people. Listen to them. And it's just ridiculous instead of having real discussion about how to do this and people don't WanNa Listen. They want attack each other. But there's no there's no like there's no blueprint right like we never had this before. There's no like blueprint like okay. This is how this one win in the past like this. How we do it in future were kind of following the lead of the Far East right. 'cause they it hit them. I China Korea and China China chocolate say China and China's open. Not that I believe anything that comes out of China. I'm just now for Zika conversation China's open so people here are seeing that and getting more and more restless and Korea had better testing in the beginning. They're open but people were you. That did apparently veered New Zealand. Yeah Yep which begs the question like. Why did some of these places do you know? Have the fare better than maybe you competent leadership? They don't know they don't. That's not what happened. They chose options. Right we chose an option of slow the spread. They said now word than deliver life and just wrote for her immunity. They knew what they were getting into. They were gonNA sacrifice people but as a thing they try to protect each other still social where they just didn't shut down their country the virus they're going towards her her meeting either so I've lived in a foreign country in you just can't trust anything except what you know that's going on your country. We had a nine point hours. Hookah seem a power plant shutdown. We're being told by our team. Everything's fine you don't need to go well. I can't watch the TV on in Japan. Right I had to get and watch like CNN on my computer. And they're saying it is a disaster. This nuclear plant could be killing people. I've got me and my lifetime planning and went straight home because we were told. Everything's cool except we can get food or water because they had already got it all from the stores there You'll be fine. Just a nuclear plant. Here's a mask and we're like Scary Watch American news get out there get out and we just got on the next flight and left so you just you just need to learn who to listen to. They say listen to the scientists. Well why am I? Listen to you. Chris Cuomo get let me list scientists now by some bullcrap thing like not biased. Because you could if you really wanted to. Dan could find scientists on one side. I could find a scientists on the other vice versa. Like there's a real real scientists though and you find Bill Gates yere. So there's that's why these different news outlets like Fox. News won't parade out the same doctor that CNN does. Because they want. The doctors agree with their opinion. And there's an there's doctors and both sides. It had both at differing differing views on what to do. You know competent. But there's there isn't competent people everywhere. There's also there's also reasonable people like like bill and I understand right. Yeah so but there's the whole point is that like I mean. Element is example. Our governor is telling you what's essential what's not when he does something that's essential for. You might not be essential to him and vice versa. So yeah but that's the wrong way to go about that to say that it was essential to me is essential. That's not what you're saying is and I and I agree with you. That barbershops are probably something. We could say okay. Yeah that's probably safe enough. Business to reopen what other businesses. Like it okay. Very low occupancy. You don't have to have. They're not like rubbing each other okay but like bars nightclubs. Probably not going to re-open quite as quick as maybe the barber shops. So you can't say because barbershops everything you can't do that but but the example you're using our argue with you. Yeah like the nightclub that has the capacity of three hundred people in a small space. Yes so we're not. We're not bright club club. Doug like we're not gonNA open WIG. We can't allow you to open because you're going to be too close. Maybe we can allow. Maybe we can modify. Maybe you can only have if your capacities three hundred. Which only that's fine but to your point to that nightclub owner it's still essential to him. Which is why I disagree with your point. Which is why does agree with your point. But he could but he can. He's not be given an alternative. He saying you gotta stay closed like he can't open for. Let's say three people in his huge nightclubs come and order drinks at a time obviously money. Yeah what what does that? The governor's or over reaching beyond their power for one. Nobody thought the American people shut down and they did it and now they're making it worse by extending new orders to people rather than be like. Okay we trust that you guys are still GonNa follow these guidelines instead. They're saying you cannot do this. Which is ridiculous. Yeah I mean there's guidelines could put out there for look every let's say let's just blanketed right. Every business can open but if there you can only have one person her twenty square feet of your this is your business. Let's just I'm just throwing random number just for the sake of so if if I'm nightclub owner okay. I can open. Maybe it doesn't make millions and may cost effective for me to open a five thousand square foot facility. That are you know bar that I have when I can only have whatever the number would be out know. I have one hundred people in their two hundred people. Maybe it doesn't make sense to open a nice stay closed but at least you're giving him a. He's has a choice right now. The business that that's just the nature of the business he's in maybe you could zoom zoom discotheque. We could do that. We could do little right now. You can do right now. Let's see what's going on these but you guidelines like those guidelines guidelines being set and then there's also people being told like you don't fit. You can't do this and I just think that's wrong. I just personally think that's wrong. Okay I understand how it could be unsafe if you open up the local bar. And there's every three feet and these people are basically spitting on each other. I know that I know that's unsafe. I get that it's going to be unsafe. But maybe tell that bar owner like look you have to these tools. GotTa be fifteen feet apart now. You don't have to open but you could open and have three stools fifteen feet apart and make a little bit of money for yourself like you shy. I'm not that we're GONNA talk about conspiracy. What Alvin Toffler Article? Bill last thing. Because I do have to. I do have to run here. You see the alien. Ufo picture that the government release like the pictures the one from the navy sublime maybe or blink. One eight released it like a year ago. I sent it out in the public like. Were you at on Aliens Interesting? Yes this is. We should have been talking about this earlier. You gotta come back on. Oh I I want to hope like my grandma. Mom Mom had a story that she swore like she said they were. She's fine back to host and a pilot came on the things that we have three objects outside of the way and then they were gone right so I've always believed in them and I don't think there has to be life. There's so many galaxies right. There's so much universe that we don't even know about who said there's not life somewhere else so some of the stuff like come on the do it really. WanNa trick it. That bad by showing this footage that the navy just released saying yes real. We don't know what it is people out there. Do you think men in black is a documentary that now one of the main issues is that there's no habitable planet within like some enormous amount of light years away where even if you're traveling the speed of light. It seems completely unreasonable. Anyone at every earth. That's one of the main. I think like astrophysical problems with aliens is that we have a narrow idea. Get a little narrow view there because it's uninhabitable for us. But maybe not for whatever's out there ours. Yeah but if you're technology's going the speed of light and there's still problems but we will cupboards. Another show Murphy was fun. We'll have you evacuate on. Here's a panelist. We'll get a bunch of guys and we'll get it deep into aliens in the next month but thanks dude any. Were any where people can follow up with you on the web? Do Care You guys. You guys can follow me at The morning brushback or coach Gambler. Perfect you you're the thank you for being here. We're GONNA sign off. 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GSMC Weird News Podcast Episode 138: Animals and Bad Behavior

GSMC Weird News Podcast

33:41 min | 2 years ago

GSMC Weird News Podcast Episode 138: Animals and Bad Behavior

"Fingers and everything you need. Me against Bill much more. Spirit. What we deliver by delivering. Odd. Strange or just plain bizarre is really your Cup Tate. Then the Golden State media concepts weird news podcast. We'll give you that fix. Can't believe. It will listen for yourself. We delivered. His strangest news, you'd definitely won't find on CNN or FOX. It's the Golden State media concepts weird news podcast. Hello. And welcome to the GSM. See weird news podcast brought to you by the podcast network. I'm her host Heidi. And I'm very excited to be joined by the wonderful, Sarah low. I'm gonna get business cards that say, the wonderful, Sarah. Oh, I think you should I like it. Thank you. I'll just pass them out to people. It's not even to me. I just know her. She's wonderful. Here's your card. That's very kind. I don't know. I don't know what people would contact you for the heard your wonder that could go a lot of different direct. Yes. That's true. That really code as being the weird news podcast. It could really go a lot of different directions weird directions. Well. Moving on kind of weird news. That's not about my business cards or we're going to talk about. Well, the first one is weird. But also funny, and then also terrifying in the moment though, looking back. I'm like, yeah. That that's pretty funny that happened. But what happened is a student allegedly called in a hoax bomb threat on a plane, which is even worse. No. Yeah. Not good student. Are we talking about like a high school student at college student mentor student? This was a college student and this happened on a flight isn't easy jet flight. And the reason I don't know this brand is because it happened in France and the flight had to be diverted because of this fake bomb threat it occurred on January eighteenth and the flight was going from Leon to Renos and it was an air. Authorities received an anon-. Animus call that suggested a bomb could be on the plane. So obviously, they freaked out and the well, maybe didn't freak out. Maybe they were calm about it. But they quickly returned properly freaked out. Yes, yes. They had appropriate fear, and they returned from where they had taken off. But no bomb was found thirties that investigated the call and said that the person behind the threat was a twenty year old college student in Reynolds, which is where the plane was going to land. He allegedly didn't wanna see his parents who were on the flight. Good lord. They were coming to visit him. Oh my gosh. Okay. So I see the kind of humorous aspect of this kid. Did he get arrested? Well, they have taken him into custody and they have charged him with false news. Compromising the safety of an aircraft in flight which. Yup. That's exactly what happened and his court date is for may twenty first. So I don't know if he's in jail, but he has a court date. And if he's convicted he could face up to five years in prison in a fine of nearly eighty five thousand dollars, and then do I guess you won't be seeing your parents unless they come to. Visit you in prison. Yeah. This is you'll really avoid seeing them. Wow. The ultimate grounding. How I wonder how? Do they have that dysfunctional family that he felt he needed to do this? Or is he just that? No not far thinking because that's not. I don't wanna see my parents what I'll do a call in a bomb threat. Right. No actual always happens. Right. No. Yeah. We we've been joking about PSA's shows today. Here's a PSA don't call in a bomb threat. Yeah. Also, he could been so many other things to avoid seen as parents go. I'm sick or I don't know left. I don't know. Maybe they could discuss whatever things were bothering. I really don't like I said how does functionalism are they terrible parents, and he didn't wanna see them or they just just annoyed with them. Because that's what happens. I don't know the answer to this. I don't know. I feel like it was just like, oh Annan clean my room. And I don't want them to see that's some serious consequences for not wanting to face the consequences of your parents and your ultimate prison consequence. You're also twenty three you're still young you're old enough to know a little bit better. I would hope I would hope interesting. I mean, apparently he didn't because he. How? Age. I mean, even that's not forward thinking a lot looking towards the consequences. But obviously, you're not thinking of this is the era where we can track everything. Yes. So probably used cell phone. And because I doubt he was like I'm going to call this pay phone that I that I dug up one left in France. I shall by burner phone. I don't even know. Yeah. I don't know. I mean. Yeah. I kinda wanna feel bad for him. But I also don't right. Well, hopefully, hopefully, his FAM family issues get resolved. Maybe maybe that'll be the bright side bones. And then it's the breaking point maybe. Going on to our next story. This is one that is pretty encouraging. This is about a man who has a emotional support alligator, you know, he's from Pennsylvania, and he says his emotional support alligator helps them deal with his depression. And this is sixty five year old Joey Honey of your cave-in, and he has a registered emotional support animal or his alligator named Wally. And he says while he likes to snuggle and give hugs despite being a five foot long reptile. Questions first off, and this may be silly to Pennsylvania that alligators got cold all the time probably that doesn't seem fair while the hugs. Maybe maybe that's why he's and then I just don't quite understand. How did that even come about was he just a pet, and then he realized that he was snugly? I mean, I have bearded dragons and don't think about sort of snuggle with also much much much much smaller. Yeah. This is they can't pretty big eat me. Yeah. I mean, exactly I have been bitten once but not bad. Didn't try known. Just you know. Yeah. No. This is very different. I'm not aware of any other emotional support alligator besides Wally. But apparently the this man Henny he received approval from his doctor because he didn't want to go on medication for his depression. So we is a registered emotional support animal. It's not just like the people who take the dogs and put a little vest on them registered mean, he can take on airplanes. Yeah. I think so and who wants to sit next to Wally. Even know how that would work. I would be very scared to sit next to him. But no, he was actually rescued. I mean, this make sense. He was alligator was rescued outside Orlando, Florida. Okay. So I mean, if we're of bad that he was moved to Pennsylvania after that. But when he was rescued he was fourteen months old, and Joey says that the alligator Wally eats chicken wings and shares an indoor plastic pond with a smaller rescue alligator named scrappy. This is book waiting to happen. He also has an indoor pond. Yeah. I'll let you kind of have to because it's supposed to be like thirty below in that part of the world. Exactly. And while he cannot be out in that scrappy matter. Also, that's a big commitment. You put a pond in your house. Yeah. You really like he adopted Walli before while he became an emotional support animal. So even before I guess he became that for Joey he still like, you know, that's still big commitment. You're really putting yourself out there for an alligator a five alligator that'll become huge right foot is maybe small for alligator. Yeah. I mean, it looked I saw some pictures. He didn't look like a giant alligator, but still big. But apparently Joey takes Wally to schools and even senior homes where Wally can be a comfort and bring joy to others. Yeah. See I love him. And I know that they are joint comfort. But I also just have this fear that while he's going to eat a small child or no person. Anyone Wally please? I mean, part of what I would not understand is. How does Wally? No. Like, I mean with Joe, you know, gullible he feeds me, but you know, your, grandma the senior home. That's that's not someone he recognizes movies that were they keep saying Fisher, friends, not fool name. Oh. Does Wally understand these are friends not food. Well, so far he has. But his owner does knowledge that Wally still a dangerous animal and could probably tear his off. But he said that he's never really been afraid of him. It's just that he's aware of the potential threat, which is not super comforting to me. But she because he's bringing him to schools and senior homes, but yeah, works for him. So good job Walli, not eat anyone yet nicely done Wally. But I mean as long as long as he's been fed regularly. I guess do you think scrappy gets jealous that he doesn't get to go on field trips? I mean, I would be maybe scrappy just a homebody. You know, the family he just wants his chicken wings and his pond and the TV on hospital. Just the daytime. So he's fine. My stories and fine. That's exactly what an alligator would be like scaly. He doesn't need to go out. He's like it's below thirty up there. I'm not going outside. People. Enjoy yourself go to the senior home, I'm fine. But I guess Wally would then be he's the working one of the relationship. Right. Yeah. But I mean, it's definitely a children's book that needs to be written. I agree as long as nothing as long as well. It doesn't act up doing anything bad. This would be a good children's book. Yes. So I mean, I'm glad for the pair that they can help each other out emotional support alligator didn't know could happen. But it can't there's Wally also I would be really curious if anyone knows if any other emotional support alligator out there have not heard of any other one and we're talking about actual emotions. Not like my beer dragon skurdal that I just pretend as an emotional supreme. Yeah. Dragon to go inside stores. It actually official. Yeah. I'm mentioned anyone wants to let me know, please. Yeah. Send me info. So we're going to take a break. And then we'll be right back and keep talking about. Some more weird news stories. Upgrading your bathroom. The Home Depot can help you. Upgrade that upgrade at the winter kitchen and bath event right now, add the finishing touch with an exclusive colour catoon faucet for just eighty nine bucks. It's available in a stylish brushed nickel finish. And you'll only find it at the Home Depot. Colours number one retailer, so upgrade your bathroom and let the savings blow the winter kitchen and bath event at the Home Depot. More saving more doing valid through March twenty four th while supplies last. Count this show built around the women of MMA from the UFC to the extreme case fighting we got the fights cover. This the Golden State media concepts women's MMA podcast. The latest news of upcoming flights discussions reviews matches join us as we talked to in about the biggest names women's mixed. Martial arts past present and future. When it's the women's fight game. You know, we're to listen to the Golden State media concepts women's MMA podcast. Welcome back to the weird news podcast. We continuing to share some strange and interesting stories, we have talked about an emotional support alligator, this is another animal story to how could it. Get weird. How could it get weird alligator? But I know it can it can news podcast. It just gets weirder. So we're talking about octopuses, which are also recently learned the plural is not occupy it is octopuses disappointing. I feel like I've been lied to. It doesn't roll off the tone. And I apologize to the listening to last week where they she said. Octopus. And I was like occupy. Okay. I apologize for my car. Well, I thought that when I read the store just like they've got to be wrong. But they just kept saying it, and I'm like, oh, well, I guess not. I mean, they have fact checkers I assume. Yeah. Soom? So this is about not just the octopus is, but their parent octopus whisper who is a eighty four year old man named Wilson men Minassian, and he's a for any estimates. He has spent seven thousand eight hundred hours of his life hanging out octopuses. Okay. So cool. He clearly likes up. Yes. This is really can't say that. I know it doesn't sound weird. But when I think of the dog whisperer he trains dogs. So does this guy train? Can't just keep saying to pie. Say to me just between the two of us. See does he train this plural of octopus? Do with them. Well, he doesn't really train them. He more just like exists with them before he was an octopus whisper about twenty five years ago. Wilson was a chemical engineer. But then after retirement he began volunteering at the New England aquarium in Boston, which is where he spent all of these hours with the plural octopus. And his time has been the equivalent of about four years working fulltime, and he really just hangs out with the octopuses. And this is a quote from him. He said I've been able to interact with them from the beginning. I do not know why I cannot explain it. But I can't connect with them. And so I guess that's why he's the whisper because he just feels a connection to all of the octopuses at the aquarium. Does he get in the tank with them? He handles them. Okay. Not like swimming around. I'm just curious as to how this relationship volunteer. And somehow you end. Up holding an octopus. I'm picturing now the volunteers who hold the premature babies picturing like canoed alling with. Sounded like that. Like, he would be like petting the octopus is like playing with them. And they seem t- stinks that they're responding to him. Yeah. I wonder what that looks like because I don't feel like octopuses have a lot of facial expressions. A lot of ways to express affection. I mean, are they like stroking their little tentacles down his face. Well, I guess they wrap their arms around his arms and stuff. Interesting. Also works with them to design different puzzle boxes, yellow rubs, they're back, and he like wrestles with their arms, and like all of these things are to ensure really that the highly intelligent animals, get lots of simulation. And that that helps them thrive and stay healthy. So it's not just like petting them. He's also like building things for them. And I guess because the octopus are so intelligent. They need to have stimulation in order to thrive in a captive environment. And do you think? Do you think that they can't answer the question? But I am just curious. I wonder if they've noticed a difference in octopus behavior, or are they responding in different ways. Are they I don't know how you measure octopus happens. But I wonder if there is some recognizable change since what's his name. What is it Wally while Wilson Wilson while it was the alligator? Well, this is another name this Wilson. I mean, I would assume that's how they know. I guess it just helps them survive in captivity. And also apparently Wilson is very good at building the octopus puzzles. He's like a particularly good. I think that's probably because he was a chemical engineer. So we has like an analytical mind, I was really hoping you're going to say he was an octopus in a former life. Maybe that's what it is that they sense the octopus. So as I said, he's built puzzles and one of the reasons like because they're intelligent and also these are. Pacific octopus. And they are coniferous predators. They have an average lifespan in the wild of three to five years. They can be about nine point seven five to sixteen feet in size, which is huge and they can way twenty two to one hundred ten pounds. They can also tack enough strength to kill sharks, and other enemies, which is crazy. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. So he's working with these giant animals that are very intelligent, building them puzzles and petting them. So I'm rethinking that whole like holding a newborn yes in newborn octopus. Right. But the sixteen footer maybe not that's holding him holding him like Newport experiments have also shown that octopus. They're colorblind, but they are supreme masters of camouflage, and they have a complex system of pigment cells and nerves and muscles that allow them to change skin color in the blink of an eye to match their surroundings. Yes, I have read that which is fascinating. Like chameleons kind of. Yeah. Yeah. And it looks really cool along with all the eight arms. The science behind that is fascinating because they're colorblind. So there's some other, you know, science going on there. It's not like they're looking at the environment around them and matching their their body color. Right. Yeah. Yeah. It's really cool. It's really cool to see if you go to an aquarium ceiling, change color, and all that and see them pick up different shapes. And all also Wilson has said that he finds it surprising how the octopus can tell the difference between people and then react differently, apparently, depending on the person. So they can actually like obviously, they seem to recognize Wilson, but they seem to be able to differentiate between other humans as well. Apparently. And also he has Wilson has made the octopus different toys and whatnot. Or different puzzle boxes, and he'll put different latches on the on the boxes to see if they can figure out the octopus is how to get the food inside the box. And apparently, though sometimes like he's always surprised by how well. They can figure it out and get the different latches. Even if it's a lapse they've never seen before. But apparently, sometimes they just get frustrated or smashed the box. Because they don't want to fit with anymore. I'm done with this. Yeah. The food. They're angry. Oh, for sure I have so many arms. I feel like after they've exhausted all their arms or like this is just silly. Yeah. I mean, if I could just smash it to food. Yeah. I don't know. I guess he's like he's always fascinated. Whilst cities always fascinated by the different personalities of them as well. Yeah. So I don't know interesting that he's found this this little niche this passion in his retirement. I mean good for him. Good for him. And may we all find something that we enjoy that much? And we seem to be that good at we all find our octopus. Yeah. Follow your off to his retirement octopuses. Slogan in there somewhere the aquarium should use that. Yes. Also, what are the things that makes Wilson really good for working with octopuses? And particularly designing their toys is that he has an eye for detail, and he is patient and willing to experiment with different things to figure out what they want and a court at according to Bill Murphy who is a senior Aquarius te so because he works with all the aquarium's he said that all these factors make Wilson a perfect octopus whisper, and he said that every octopus is different. So you can't always use the same rules for everyone needs to change it up. And that's what Wilson does to keep them all entertained and all of their different needs never even thought that to push his needed to be entertained. So that's my bad. Go Wilson that I mean, I guess if they're really intelligent and you're just in a box true. That would be frustrating. Throws the same toy in there. Yeah. I'd get mad. I agree. Also Wilson has said that spending time with the octopus and the other animal to the aquarium give his life a whole new purpose and retirement, which is adorable. Yeah. He has said just being here has been to me a lifesaver gave me something to do gave me different interests. And showed me the world is a wonderful place to be. That's really sweet. Yeah. It's really inspiring. I wonder if Wilson is married not just because if he's not I really want to him to be on online dating and have this assist. Octopus whispered. I wonder if someone will take that the wrong way logo. That. Yeah. But he he is married, and he said that because the octopus has had little suckers on their arms. He says that when he first started working there. His wife was wondering why he had so many hickeys on deck. Then he jokes. Once you how close they all were together. She got to put the pieces together. Oh, sure. You've been working with actus. Yeah. Another one. Doc to push his name. What are they wearing? Now. I'm picturing that commercial. Well, he sounds hideous. Exactly. Well, he's a dude wearing khakis. Well, the octopus octopus. Changes all the time. So it's hard to say with the different octopus every day. The different. I wonder if he has favorite octopus, though, I don't know maybe at that point. You can't pick favorites. But I wonder that you tend to use the different personalities. There's probably you know, they don't have that. They have to have one Wilson. They don't get the true. I hope they like to. Yeah. And he's working with them for so long. I'm sure eight hundred hours apparently. So quite a relationship between the octopus whisper and all of his octopuses or occupy. Yeah. If you want to be improper, we're taking another break, and then we'll be right back and keep talking about some more weird news stories. The Starlight lounge presents an evening with the progressive box. Let's go to cling the ivories. He just saved. 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And apparently, though, the Imos are not allowed in this particular town. Oh, but the man who had them didn't know that. She's he had brought them. Also. I don't know. This government, Texas is an island which I had no idea. I didn't know that Texas had islands until this story with IMAS podge, south Padre island gal. Yeah. They were brought to the island out of the. After the death of their new owners mother. So she had owned them at her home in Houston where they are permitted. I mean, it's not really clear why they excaped, but when they were just looking for Davis, different view, different different environment. If they were like when island never been on what this is about. And when they escaped the owner, he didn't I guess it's because he was their new owner, but I guess the backyard. This wasn't as secure as he thought, you know. And I mean, that's a pretty big bird yet makes me wonder though, why he was their new owner. So they're old owner died really related. Did he inherit them by them? It was his mother actual, okay? I misunderstood. So not the moves mother. Well, no. I didn't think it was just misunderstood. Yeah. So it was on their new owners motherhood pass. And so they were Herbert's. So I guess you just had to move in Houston, which makes sense the they were actually the birds were captured near an elementary school in the morning. So I don't know the officials said that because the owner didn't realize that there was a ban on Imos in town. The owner is working to find a off island home for. I wonder why there's a ban. Did they say that? I mean, say early badly behaved emus that was caused unto accident the new uprising of ninety three. I don't know. I mean, I guess if you live on an island in there's an EMU uprising that could be really bad. Yeah. That could I dunno. They could take over everything. Just maybe maybe there could be an island with just coexist. But they're not ready for that. If you're from Galveston, please Lois. No, y you've bandy news. Yeah. Feeling very specific. The owner didn't know. So I feel like this isn't a really publicized. Yeah. It just seems like a small print type of rule. I don't know. Right. And I guess it's not even something that I would think of of never thought about oh, I just inherited these two emus. I should check and see if they're banned. Yeah. Also, it's a really interesting thing to inherit. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I guess lots of towns have bans on like chickens in the city, but chickens can be noisy trails. Specially if you have Roosters, I don't know if you move or noisy. I don't not sure look on cool. I also the article didn't say if the new home was going to be owned by the same person like the new place for the MOS is going to give them someone else. Right. It didn't specify. But I don't know maybe going to pass onto someone else. You're gonna leave the family. I'm not a little passed around emus. I know. Anyway, that was like the lean story for me about the moves. And I find many of the animal stories to be really cute. But now we're going to go onto story that is not as heartwarming and also sadly not about animals, but this is just can't be a weird news podcast without mentioning Florida. If it's not Florida, man, it's just Florida woman or general Florida Wally the allegation came from Florida. He did we've already mentioned it. Once did that's true. We're going to double down this time. Nice dose of Florida weirdness. Although Wally he'd no longer lives in Florida. Right. Just got out. Yeah. He left into Pennsylvania. He has a new life. This is about specifically a Florida teacher and a substitute teacher was so angry with the principle that she smeared human feces, no around e park pavilion that the principal had rented for her child's birthday party. No, stop with the human feces people. Oh, we are. Not monkeys. We do not fling our own PU I mean, well, she didn't really flying. But. Okay. Semantics she? Yeah. She smeared it which is bad but not throwing. So this was a dispute that she had with the principal. So I get that's has to be a bad that the dispute probably got worse after this. I feel like the the French dude who called in the bomb threat is somehow more mature and more rational thinking than this. Now, sad is that I know. And also this woman, she's forty two her name is Heather carpenter, and she's facing a single count of criminal mischief over thousand dollars. According to the county sheriff's office. She was released from jail. She posted a two thousand five hundred dollars cash bond. And apparently the story goes that thirties became aware of the incident which happened in December when a witness reported seeing a woman wearing blue gloves and a mask placing human waste and fecal matter on the poorest wooden tables and grills in this family park. And I guess the witness said that he's at the park at the time, and you told new tolls told news outlets that he was shocked and appalled when he walked into the pavilion. And he saw what was happening and the smell obviously that he noticed when he walked over towards the tables. He said it was a mixture of urine and feces she just had it on a big Cup. Just pointed out, and wiping it in. This so wrong. I mean, there's one thing. It's one thing to be a set and then want to take action, but that's. That's that's I can't even form words here. It's so dangerous and put the lives of children at risk, right? Wow. The principal of the school that had. There was working out is Alison foster. She is the principal at Phillipine shores elementary school in the same town. And she said that she had reserved the pavilion for her daughter's birthday party. And then when police asked whether she knew anyone who might match the description of the suspect, I guess she immediately named Heather carpenter who had been working at the school substitute teacher. And this principle foster was assisting the substitute teacher Heather carpenter with a professional complaint, but carpenter was not pleased with how the situation was handled. Yeah, I wonder if she has some mental issues that are undiagnosed. I don't know I don't want to excuse behavior. But I want to find out what the heck was going through head. I don't know really bad. Rage. Also, Heather carpenter had been questioned by the police and she admitted she had intentionally pleased those things in the pavilion to disrupt the birthday parties specifically and this reportedly cost the county more than two thousand three hundred dollars to replace the tables and girls, but carpenter has apparently not pleaded guilty has she has pleaded not guilty. I don't know. I mean, she'd made it to two interesting. Yeah. Good luck with that. That's just gross. Yeah. It's really bad at. I mean, it's like it's not even like an accidental act like she had gloves on a mass in and she had bodily waste in a Cup. Right. So she'd been oriented. Yeah. That's not an accident normal. No, yeah, grow. I mean, I'm really glad that we could end with this wonderful story. Maybe we should put this one somewhere in the middle and ended with with the. Yeah. The moves or Wally or something. I feel like I needed an emotional support alligator right now, we need Wally who will come for me and Mike grossed out state and potentially eight you. Yeah. Still be better than having this knowledge. My head. Yeah. That almost my size. That's fine. But I'm emotional support. Alligator I have Heidi. She's pretty awesome less deadly promise. He's never tried to bite. My head off probably never will. 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Programa 27/05/2020 Territorio Viajero con Paco Huertas

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Programa 27/05/2020 Territorio Viajero con Paco Huertas

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AP Headline News Mar 12 2019 13:00 (EDT)

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03:30 min | 2 years ago

AP Headline News Mar 12 2019 13:00 (EDT)

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NPR News: 05-16-2020 10PM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 10 months ago

NPR News: 05-16-2020 10PM ET

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jeanine herbst. Former president. Obama took aim at the leaders in charge of the Federal Corona virus response today as NPR's WanNa Summers reports. His comments came in a virtual commencement ceremony for some twenty seven thousand graduates of seventy eight historically black colleges and universities Obama's speech included advice and inspiration for graduates but the former president was also critical of the country's handling of the corona virus pandemic more thing this pandemic is fully finally torn back the curtain on the idea that so many of the folks in charge know what they're doing a lot of them aren't even pretending to be a church. This was a rare statement from Obama. Who has made few public remarks during the pandemic he told graduates than in this leadership void. They have a clear mandate. He said if the world is going to get better. It'll be up to them to make it so wanNA summers and renews. He later addressed high school. Grads also virtually meanwhile Republicans say. They're moving full steam ahead with plans together of thousands of people at their nominating convention in North Carolina this summer despite the pandemic and Serra Maccammon reports convention organizers. Say They are taking steps to address public health concerns in a statement marking one hundred days to go before the two thousand twenty. Republican National Convention organizers. Say they're expecting nearly fifty thousand people to gather in Charlotte North Carolina the week of August twenty fourth speaking to Fox business news convention president and CEO. Marshall Lee. Kelly said plans are moving forward. Our plans right now to go. Full steam ahead We going to have a nomination. Where the President Takes Place on Thursday where he accepts nomination so the Republican Party? Kelly noted the RNC has hired a physician to oversee health and safety planning. Meanwhile Democrats have postponed their convention from mid July to mid August and are exploring the possibility of holding a virtual event Saruman. Npr News with Memorial Day on the horizon. Some states are conducting. Trial runs this weekend for reopening. Npr's Colin wire has more. New Jersey has been hit hard by the corona virus but recent numbers have inspired hope as well as cautious plans to reopen emphasis on cautious. We're taking deliberately incremental steps. That's the state's Governor Bill Murphy. Many beaches across the state are already reopening with social distancing rules in place and New Jersey Connecticut Delaware and New York are all expected to partially reopened beaches by Memorial Day though. The New York City area is likely to remain under lockdown. Remember Murphy said caution is key. We reserve the right to put the brakes on a reverse the car if we think we've we've got unintended physically bad health consequences from steps taken. This begins trial. Run could have a big impact on what states do next call. Dwyer. Npr News and you're listening to NPR news from Washington opponents of the government's pandemic relief packages say generous. Unemployment benefits are keeping people from going back to work as days es corona virus restrictions on businesses. Brian Bowl of member station K. L. C. C. reports. Some restaurants are having a hard time staffing up again of the ELK horn. Burry Eugene waitstaff with face masks take orders from diners while maintaining social distancing owner. Stephen Sheehan says after Oregon's governor issued a stay at home directive two months ago. He's had go nearly a third of a staff now trying to relaunch. She says it's tough as unimplemented from the federal stimulus package. It's quite generous for his former workers of called eight employee's back. I've only got one of those eight would come back. The six hundred dollar boost weekly unemployment checks less only through July for NPR news. I'm Brian Bowl in Eugene Oregon and the pandemic is costing more airline workers. Their Jobs Air Canada. The country's biggest airline says it plans to lay off some twenty thousand workers that's more than half of the company's thirty eight thousand employees. The airline says the pandemic forced to reduce scheduled flights by ninety five percent and officials. Say They don't expect normal traffic to return anytime soon. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his administration is working with airlines to try and give more help. The company's Chief Executive calls this the darkest time in the history of commercial aviation. He says it's worse than the nine eleven attacks the layoffs take effect June seventh. You're listening to NPR news.

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CBS Sunday Morning, May 5, 2019: The Money Issue

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

54:13 min | 1 year ago

CBS Sunday Morning, May 5, 2019: The Money Issue

"Today's Sunday morning podcast is sponsored by tracks tracks. We know there's a place for would in your backyard. We recommend the firepit. But when it comes down to choosing the right material for your next deck. Look no further than the superior beauty and durability of the number one name and outdoor living treks delivers the look of wood without all of the work in the worry. And it's made from ninety five percent recycled materials, which makes it the right choice for your backyard. One hundred percent of the time picture. Your next deck is built with tracks. Visit trucks dot com to order samples. Good morning train poli is off today. I'm Martha Tosh ner. And this is a special edition of Sunday morning. It's the money issue. Our annual look at how we earn save and spend and my chance to finally put my economics degree to use. And when it comes to earning money who among us hasn't thought at least once of going into the boss and declaring I quit with Tony dokoupil. We'll meet some people who have done just that. Come Monday morning. A lot of us will be sitting here when we really dream of sitting here you think the fantasy of quitting your job is more prevalent today than it was a generation ago. I think it is the best part was turning in the beeper. They can't get me. More calling it quits ahead on Sunday morning. By contrast, Tracy. Smith is keeping up with Chris Kris Jenner, a celebrity mom who just never seems to quit. Love him or not the Kardashians has built a billion dollar empire. Little more than hard work into nasty, both of which they've probably learned from their mother. What's the best piece of business advice? Given your kids if someone says, no you're talking to the wrong person keeping up with Kris Jenner a head on Sunday morning. Changing times Minchin the way people pay for just about everything in the land. Are Mark Phillips will take us to? Remember when Abba were thing when everything they touch turn to. Well, now Abba is leading its fans away from money at least the cash kind. And so are these guys what's the meatballs the Meath? Pulse rate. Yes. But there's only one way to pay for them. Bingo. Just like that Sweden your money money. Money's no good here later on Sunday morning. A product fancy as a potential curul is growing into a very big business Lee Cowan investigates the hype around him. You've likely heard about CBD cannabis compound that for some has become as necessary as oxygen itself air protecting this market twenty two billion dollars by twenty twenty two and this had almost no products. Nobody knew what it was even two years ago. Fad acuity or is there potential for something much more the ABC's of CBD later on Sunday morning. Ever have the urge to sail away more and more. Cruise lines are betting big time that someday you will. Guess how many people will go on cruises this year thirty million? So how do cruise lines passengers by offering them the excitement of experiencing the next big thing. This gives you a perspective that you get nowhere else onboard the ship. And of course, this is never been done before a head this Sunday morning floating cities. We'll have those stories and more all coming up. When are Sunday morning podcast continues. Not that we're recommending it mind you but more than a few disenchanted workers. These days are mustering up the gumption to tell the boss, I quit. So how's that working out for them? Our cover story is reported by Tony dokoupil in two thousand nine Bill. Murphy junior landed a top level law job making big bucks. But when he showed up for work, I realized pretty quickly. I wasn't the right person for that spot. What was it about a competitive? Six figure income wasn't attractive to you. Yeah. I know that's a question. A lot of people would ask that's right on his very first day. Murphy already wanted out a recall going to the orient Asian and one of the speakers got up. Hi, I'm John Smith. I've been here for twenty one years and three months. So that means I have, you know, eight years plus to retire, and that became a running joke with a few of the other speakers that got up, but that's not really what you say. If you love your work now only wanna come in there every day. So rather than count his own days behind a desk? He did something you won't find in most career playbook. He quit on day two telling his boss, I'm really very sorry. I can tell that. I made a big mistake in accepting this job the move was radical. But the mindset not so uncommon. According to a new CBS news poll more than half of Americans with fulltime jobs say they daydream at least once in a while about leaving those jobs behind you think the fantasy of quitting your job. Is more prevalent today than it was a generation ago? I think it is for many people that is fantasy, unfortunately, Michelle single Terry who writes about personal finance for the Washington Post says employers are largely to blame. I think the companies broke the contract because they made us expendable at every level. I mean, it got to the point where they could booster stock prices by firing people and people are saying if that's the case, I don't own you my entire life that may help explain why some employees now put early retirement at the top of their to do list. But making that happen takes work. You got to save a substantial amount of your salary. You know, forty fifty sixty percent we mid single Terry at a bookstore in the sort of New York City neighborhood where window shopping is the only shopping you can do if you plan on quitting your job. So if you're twenty five right now, and you have it in your head that you want to retire early to be clear, the things you would have to do in order to save. Our sounds like. Have kids. And kiss. How big is your house not very big not too big? Can you go out to eat at restaurants can be once in a while. They're not going to be taking a five thousand dollar cruise. No, you essentially have to ignore every cue from our culture. Every commercial on TV my husband, and I keep our cars until on a first name basis with the local coach Dr. And we don't care. That's the sort of thing. Susan Emerson might do. So what point did you realize it you may be able to leave it all behind pretty soon? I had been raised very early. I mean, my dad was the champion saver. And that's so that's just my mindset. That's my fallback modus-operandi. I remember telling my accountant, I'm going to save half, my income. He said, you're not don't give me that. Watch me before retiring at age forty seven she kept close tabs on everything she spent, and we do mean, everything I had this little notebook. I bought a coke. I wrote that down. You bought a coke wrote it down. Thanks to that tight budget and some savvy investing Emerson now sixty one has spent more than a decade pursuing her lifelong passion, art. They're interpreting disaster situations in a kind of fantastical way to do that she walked away from a career as a physician Hella feel closing the door for the last time and driving out of that parking lot. The best part was turning in the beeper. They can't get me. When I read articles about people who retire early. It's often a doctor or lawyer can a person with a regular job ever hope to retire early. Yes, absolutely early. What time it isn't just for people making six figures. It's you, but as you making different choices, you're early retirement may not be some big villain, Florida. It may just be a nice to kind of where you live, you know, and a car that you have had for twenty years. How did other doctors in the profession? Everyone of them came out and said, I'm jealous. It was their spouses that would tell me aren't you scared. All these stories came out about somebody wanted to quit and write a novel. Somebody always wanted to be a sculptor. It was interesting. How did your mom react when you told her God? She had a fit really, yes. She told her friends that I had gotten sick and had to retire. Because that I guess seemed like a more acceptable reason to retire. I don't know. Legendary football coach Vince Lombardi may help explain her mom's reaction, a famous quote attributed to him is woven. Deep into the fabric of American culture winners. Never quit. We've been brainwashed. Into thinking that quitting is somehow wrong. It's somehow week author. Seth Godin is the anti Lombardi life is short. I think most of us would agree. He says quitting is often the best possible move because it frees us up to thrive where we're better suited. If you have a choice between being unemployed for one to three years or sticking with a job. That's a dead end. Most people are afraid of the unknown. So they will stick with that job. When you look at the career that people who have done it for the right reason in the right way. Not a lot of regret. I want the best selling book ever written about quitting. And I don't think I've gotten five emails and seven years from someone who says that was bad advice. We met an individual who quit on his second day of work, would you advise? Is such a thing. I'm not sure what the differences between the second day in the two hundred day. If I got a job working at a payday loan company. I wouldn't even less today's which brings us back to Bill Murphy junior after quitting a lawyer. He went all in on a childhood dream journalism. And it wasn't one of those ones that gets a million readers. That's he's now a contributing editor at the publication Inc. I would not go back. I would have no regrets and one things very clear. He's happy. You quit your way to a better life. I call it. The joy of quitting. Talk about changing times, even as some American communities are bucking the trend toward stores that don't take cash Mark Phillips tells us there's already a country that hardly use it at all. They've been singing about it three years and making truckloads of it along the way. But now Abba is in the vanguard of a new wave in Sweden where there's no money money money. Just cards cards cards and phones phones phones. Just ask ova and Marita Metson trying to have a quiet lunch until we showed up the last time you actually used maybe something which is typical last year. Only thirteen percent of Swedes could remember using cash for recent purchase in the US. Seventy percent of us use cash every week. From the beginning the wounded that way at the oil. But now fused to it. I think it's. Away. A better way that begins here with Abbott like so many things in Sweden. A of Graham version of the band is one of the main attractions at their museum in Stockholm that has become a major tourist. The entrance fee is two hundred fifty Swedish crowns about twenty five bucks. But don't try paying with cash. The museum was one of the first places in Sweden to go entirely cash free. It was the idea of band member and museum planner beyond Vegas. Sets and have a CEO Matiz Tang. Bled. Says it's all part of keeping the brand current, right? He really believed that cash it's sort, of course, oh, very much evil in on the planet. And he he wanted to make this like a new modem face. In a small hightech country like Sweden where Abba leads people thought they've been setting the cultural beat for forty five years. Why not the financial? From one great sweetest cultural institution. At this. I kiss store almost all their customers were paying with cards. Anyway. So they made it official no cash taken even says customer services manager, Patrick bursting for the mandatory smack. What's good to meet both the Meath? Yes apart. Bingo. Just like that. Excellent. Does not having cash around the place. Just get rid of an entire problem of not having to worry about the security that cash requires since we we don't have any cash in the facilities where a very boring, Tori. But I think most of them are disabled problems. I mean, you can lose cash you make mistakes from your county. And now, we don't have them anymore and our stuff very happy about this not everybody happy. This cafe will still take cash, but it is run by a pensioner society, and some of the elderly don't just worry about the new technology, Christina Tolbert a lovey, est for seniors rights group says the also worry about the cost of the smartphones. They now need to most telephone that you have. Eps? You can't talk your car without having an app. Your can't go to public to elect. But everybody here has to move with the times and the times of changed. When I go there, even seventy three year old astronaut hustle route time who never carries cash knows that. I think the real Mant excite of it is not interesting carrying actual money. I don't like to sniff it or something. Anyway, they'll have to change the music video. With home prices sobering. In so many supposedly trendy cities one perhaps less celebrated town is telling people, it's definitely ok to make the move Barry. Okay. Here's Conor Knighton. While packing up or small apartment in the middle of San Francisco. Stephanie Rebecca has been pausing to drool over three bedroom homes in the middle of the country and dying for a porch on a lake sit in a rocking chair lays there anything that you could buy an all in Francisco for two hundred thousand dollars. Now, you couldn't even buy parking space in San Francisco for two hundred thousand dollars. Best should know she works in property management. She works remotely meaning she is mostly through her job from hauling or really from anywhere. And then did you start to think why am I working from one of the most expensive cities in the country? Definitely. That's why Rabesca will. New state soon be living in a brand new state. The home land of oil wide open. Prairie. Maybe a route sixty six signer too, right? Well, that's only part of the story. Pulsa city of four hundred thousand as plenty of hip coffeeshops, bustling bars band is home to thriving arts district. It just doesn't get much credit for being cool. That's why last year a group here created an ambitious program to spread the word to the growing population of workers around the country who are able to work remotely take your laptop to Tulsa, and they will pay you ten thousand dollars to move here. I think that going after remote workers allows us to identify really talented individuals who have the flexibility to work from wherever and show them. What Tulsa has to offer them? So you're from New Mexico, are you? Erin bells Lee is director of Tulsa remote a new initiative backed by the Tulsa based nonprofit, George Kaiser family foundation. It's cool is to attract some new blood to Tulsa with the hope that those who come might stick around. In addition to the ten grand paid out over the course of year, the program offers free communal office space and networking opportunities with other new arrivals, and do you have group meetings there or like our Ruiz is a content writer for language learning website? He had been living in New York. But he was ready for a change of pace when he applied to the program. It feels like it's time to calm down or not be as in the hustle and bustle, you get older, and you want to think about what you going invest in for your future and Tolson Ruiz can easily afford a house. He's one of one hundred remote workers who are accepted into the program's. First year, there were more than ten thousand applicants who came from a wide array of industries, obviously, there's a large focus on technology, but healthcare was a huge area. We had a couple of patent attorneys who applied who have the ability work from wherever we have Harlem globetrotter don't know if you heard about her. Thompson is one of the newest members of the Globetrotters. She was drafted right after college. Her new career is going to take all over the world. I can live anywhere and fly in to the games whenever I'm needed. And so I had just a blank slate in front of me where to go Thompson, the ten thousand dollar bonus was certainly a selling point. But she was also looking for a city. She could make a difference. People move to Los Angeles time in it's like a tiny drop in a puddle. But maybe with this Tulsa remote program, myself and other members of our cohort can come in and really have a big positive impact on the city that would be pretty cool. But at a city of four hundred thousand can a hundred new recruits actually, make a difference pulsa remote spending over a million dollars betting. They can't I think that one hundred people can make a difference for sure. And I think that when those hundred people are so excited about making an impact. And so ready. To be part of a community, and you have a community. That's so ready to welcome them that there is plenty of chance to have a huge when you told your friends that this is something you were thinking about doing what was the reaction like tosa. Also, if the program succeeds sarin Bellslea is hoping remote workers soon be asking a different question. The people that live here are incredibly gracious and welcoming there's plenty of opportunity space why not wholesome in other words. What's in store for things? We return the second time around Rita braver has the answer. Did you ever wonder what happens to things you return or how about the stuff that working more their stores or online merchandisers can't sell? These are share. Right. What is this Bill Maher Hilo? That's literally everything from diapers to dinosaurs. And anything. Her this grieve knows what will happen to all this stuff. You've got some paper goods here. You've got vice president of INMARSAT, which has twenty five facilities and five thousand employees around the country devoted to processing and reselling. Good for what's known as the secondary market. And you're thinking this is juicy stuff. I can get rid of him. Truckloads of stuff arrive in leave. This Winston Salem warehouse every day much of his merchandise traditional outlets just can't on load or outdated seasonal products. But a third of it is customer returns, mostly from online purchases typical brick and mortar store will will return about eight percent of their sales for e-commerce that could be twenty five to forty percents. I'm cases in more provides service for companies inspecting and repackaging return goods that do go right back on the shelves. A lot doesn't make it. What happens to that stuff? That's that's my favorite kind of stuff to liquidate its we're going to examine it. We're gonna make sure it's perfect. And we're gonna more CEO David mount says that the secondary market selling goods of all kinds has doubled in the past ten years to six hundred Bill. Billion dollars. In fact, there's so much of that stuff coming back from either ecommerce or stores that you could take all of the units that we process in one year and build a bridge from New York to Tokyo, the customers can be online sellers outlet malls discount dollar stores. Booed Egas small mom and pop shops even flea market vendors and the one of them come to Las Vegas Weiss a year for a big trade show. Try to make some deals. Absolutely. So, of course, Curtis greed is there to looking to buy sell or reconnect where Solta Brady with longtime clients like Brady churches. He's CEO of home buys for these based in Columbus, Ohio with four discount stores around the state, we love the by the treasures pass the savings onto our customers. That's the most fun. What's over here? We watched him snag close to four hundred jackets in just a few minutes. These are a all return to a major retailer. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. Jackets or high quality jackets their major brand. I don't want to tell you the brand. But there's a horse and buggy involved in the brand. I'll take it that he also got to go with the jackets. Two thousand four. What took them all four? We tell ninety nine dollars. He paid eight bucks. A piece of adrenaline rush right now. I feel I feel like I just want a million bucks. But nothing beats the recent thrill. Of landing some two thousand dollar wedding gowns and selling them for a hundred ninety nine dollars each. We've had some women come in the store and say, I'll even have a boyfriend right now, but for one hundred ninety nine dollars I'm gonna buy this dress today almost all of these products will find buyers, and what doesn't sell is often donated to charity, but there are still some goods that end up in incinerators or tossed along with other garbage at places like this landfill in Burlington county, New Jersey, it's been here for a while thirty some years Kevin Lyons who teaches supply chain management at Rutgers University says it's the same problem year after year the number that I keep hearing is that there's something like four billion tons of unused goods, it still ends up getting dumped in places like this. That's correct instead of packaging it and maybe possibly. Getting into the folks at might needed. It's easier for them to get it off their books. Things improved over the years. It has improved a little but not enough to handle the glud by Curtis grieve believes that companies like his will continue to expand a lot of this product is is really good product. You know, it's it's it's as good as new in some cases, it is new as more and more fires end sellers realize that one companies trash is other people's treasure. With more and more states legalizing marijuana. Some folks are touting a cannabis cousin as a possible cure cure-all Leigh Cowen has the story of a budding business. It looks like pot can be vape. Like pot even eat like pop, but pod it is not it's cold CBD short for cannabis. Dial a buzzy chemical compound a real market. Hi, I've never done this. So he just like a small bottle. Yes. Yeah. You'll work your way up from their CD is extracted from him in the same plant family as marijuana. But you won't have you microwaving pizza rolls to the morning because it contains very little THC stuff. That gets you stone. I'd like to talk to you about that music. You're using. It's essentially we'd without the those who swear by it say, it's helping everything from arthritis to insomnia, anxiety, depression, maybe much move. That sounds like it's almost to be true. Yeah. And I think for some people might be here. But overall people are finding at least some relief at least taking the job if not totally hoping at CD crate him in Chicago sales, associate Elijah Olsen can barely keep the shelves stocked. It's monumentally overwhelming seventy products. There are Bethany Gomez has been using CBD for her chronic pain in everything from taffy to jump as and care miles to coffee pet treats chiampou bath bombs Gomez, also happens to be the managing. Rector of the break field group, a market research company that has been tracking CD sales. I have never seen an industry grow this quickly. And I've never seen in industry. So much had been last year the US market hit about six hundred million dollars. But Gomez forecast that in his little as five years, it's likely to blossom nearly forty times making CBD a twenty two billion dollar a year market over the past year has grown by more than two hundred percent. Just in the last the last year and that was with the market being federally illegal until until December twentieth. When the farm Bill. Yep. The farm Bill hemp once a common crop in the US got lumped together with marijuana and band back in nineteen thirty seven but last year's farm Bill lifted. So it was long as it has less than point three percent THC, and it's grown by licensed farmers hemp is legal. But that doesn't mean CBD derived from it is at least not entirely according to the FDA. It's still against the law for CBD manufacturers to make any health related claims about their products and companies that adds CD to food and beverages. Do so knowing their uprating in legal murky waters. That's because large scientific studies on CBD way behind its newfound popularity even what dose to take is in question. They're having people consume this compound in large quantities. And we don't know the full health impact. Yes. Heard is a professor at Mount Sinai school of medicine in New York where she says CBD is showing promise, but a healthy dose of skepticism. Sure wouldn't hurt. It's not gonna work for everyone. No drug works for everyone. DA has approved one CD drug called EPA dialects. That's now in use to treat seizures associated with certain forms of childhood epilepsy. We're getting close. Herds own research suggests that CD may also curb addictions to heroin and other dangerous opioid till we really could be at a tipping point with the research. Anyway, the research to date gives us. A big promise on which to build skeptical about -solutely one hundred percent. This is threading the needle between the scientific and the anecdotes evidence. I started making products way back, and we gave them to friends and family, and it started working. And I was like this is what what's happening here. Like, it's working the one time pharmacist jumped into the CD market with both feet trusting that the research and the regulation will soon fall. So you must have a pretty strong faith in what this does. He did. I do give up your career to do this. I do I have a really strong faith in it. You don't know exactly what the potential is. But you know, there's some pairs great potential for calling grain relics unbelie per company green route is now one of the largest CBD makers in the country cornering about a ten percent share of the CD market. Salesforce has made up mostly twentysomethings to feel like they're on the cutting edge of something big. I'm proud on bliss. I'm grateful to say that we're at a one hundred fifty percent growth rate from quarter one two thousand eighteen to quarter one two thousand nineteen give yourself. National chains like CVS and Walgreens have announced plans to carry CD products in some of their stores. It's already in department stores like Neiman, Marcus so analysts say, it's really only a matter of time before CBD mainstream Coca Cola. Drug the supplement. Fad CBD may just be all three. To hear captains of the cruise ship industry. Tell it their fleets are on course, toward ever more lucrative waters. Time for us to sail away. Behold, the edge celebrity cruises brand new million dollar baby. Yup. That's what it costs to build a cruise ship. These days often, even more. Thirty million people are expected to go on cruises into thousand nineteen up more than twelve million from a decade ago. Still just scratching to serve this Richard Fain chairman and CEO of Royal Caribbean. Celebrities parent company knows a growth industry when he sees one in the United States, for example, only about three percent of Americans take a cruise given year. And if you go to Europe, it's less than half that level. If you go to Asia, it's a fraction of even that level. Royal Caribbeans symphony of the seas is the world's largest cruise ship at the moment. Capacity more than sixty six hundred passengers twenty two hundred crew it's five times the size of the Titanic together the big three Royal Caribbean carnival and Norwegian carry nearly eighty percent of the world's cruise-ship pass. Passengers. We currently have eighteen new ships on order the competition between them has been like an arms race in which size matters. So back in the seventies. The concept was let's design ship that's essentially like a yacht by the nineteen eighties. We were saying let's find something that's much more like a hotel and has nicer grooms nicer places to go more things to do. And today we're talking about this should be more like a city, so bigger bigger bigger bigger, why the larger ship gives us some Konami scale. We could just take it in as more profit. But then we work giving them anything do and new is the name of the game. So Royal Caribbean says it sinks about half would it makes from those economies of scale into innovation. Walk in come on in welcome to the cave, computer, aided virtual environment. This is hundreds of individual drawings. Brought together as one vision using video. Game technology. The designers of the edge got to try out their ideas, and it's accurate to the point where one person notice that the all in the martinis are too smart. This looks just like the page like the cave. So welcome to the grand plaza in real life. John Paul lamb is in charge of all hotel operations avoid the edge. This isn't just any chandelier that we have here. This chandelier thousands of different lights. We've got an incredible sound system in here. We do chandelier show a couple of times throughout every evening matches tonight. You really have to see it. But the innovations are not just I candy for the passengers this is they the economy any better as we speak the bridge, the domain of captain Dimitrios confederacies is more space age than swashbuckling. I think everybody in their imagination thinks that the bridge of ship has a great big wheel. Let me let me tell you. What is left out of the big will teeny weeny? That's all it's left unique in the cruise ship world this super sophisticated touch screen. We can lab on the safety, and you can see all of the different muster stations. This is super highway of the ship. We call this the I ninety five ever wonder what goes on below the passenger decks, and it goes all the way from the after the ship the very back of the ship all the way to the tip. It's over a thousand feet long and behind each door. Something amazing. A whole room for a whole room full Redline chilling over here, panelists of aluminum water bottles. So when we launched edge we made a commitment that we were going to eliminate all single use plastics onboard in an industry, not known for environmental responsibility. The edge has it's own recycling operations. There's a sewage treatment plant on board too. But what attracts passengers is that next big thing? This is a first there is no ship in the world that has put a platform on the side. The magic carpet a ninety ton platform that levitating up and down the side of the ship. We can take it all the way up to sixteen. We can bring it down here to five or we can take it right down a deck. One. You're on the edge of the F. You're always looking at the ocean. That's what makes us ship special design. Not a bad place to watch the sunset. Stop taking pictures of yourself your sister's going to jail. It's the money issue on Sunday morning here again is Martha Tosh ner keeping up with Kris Jenner and her thriving television daughters is a job custom-made for Tracy Smith. Consider the Kardashian. Seen here at last year's Metropolitan Museum of art gala. Sure, they may look and act like royalty. But unlike most royals nothing fear wasn't Herod. Everything they have from the glittery earrings to their pedicured. Toews was earned. Good old American marketing. We love what we do. And if there's any parallel to royalty here. It's maybe that the Kardashians. Have a Queen. Do you ever think about what your life would be like if you didn't let the television cameras in? Maybe boring. At sixty three Kris Jenner is the matriarch of the media and merchandise empire one that she quite literally gave birth to. All right. We're ready. All right. We're ready for much of the past twelve years Jenner and her children have been living in the public eye Kim, it's your world. I just live in it through their e network TV series keeping up with the car dashing. It's a reality show. But the realist part is that it's been a massive launchpad for her daughters. The Kardashian Jenner sisters have hundreds of millions of followers on social media, a TV show in more countries than the peace corps and a collective fortune bigger than the Kennedys built on things like makeup, clothing and personal endorsements. How much their business how much of the money that your daughter's bring in is based on their endorsements of products on social media. Well, my girls are constantly getting offers to post something for a company or brand on social media. So they have a fee for a post or a fee for a story a fee for Facebook AFI for you know, they have a fee schedule. Can you give me a ballpark on the fees? It's different. It's all over the board. I mean, it's it's definitely six figures. And sometimes if it's Kim or if it's Kylie it depends on really what it is. Is it more than six figures if it's Kim or if it's a pharmaceutical product if it's something that you're going to drink or ingest or put on your body? Or more than six figures. Maybe. And maybe the sky's the limit. For example, daughter khloe Kardashian is reportedly worth around forty million dollars Kim is said to be worth around three hundred fifty million. And Kylie the youngest top them. All she started her own makeup line in two thousand fifteen and last month Forbes, named her the youngest self made billionaire on the planet is it fair to call herself mate. I think she self made. Listen, my girls, you can say that certain things have been handed to them. But it takes a lot of work to do with. They're all doing. So she may have the name, which is the leg up and the notoriety of the TV show. Right, right. The money is all hers. Right. We're talking about money and the money she's made is her own began with their own savings. She put her own blood, sweat and tears into it. It was her idea. It was amazing. What she did. And what she showed us the rest of us. How to do it? Hey court, but it's not just about making money here with Todd Krim and Megan Jen, and we're at our meeting about the Turkey giveaway. We listened in on a planning meeting for thanksgiving food giveaway. The Kardashians individually, and as a family are said to give millions away for causes ranging from homelessness to Alzheimer's research. You know, there are people who say that the Kardashians are all about materialism and vanity is this effort to change that image. I don't think there's an effort to change an image. I mean, you're the that's an image from some people other people see it a lot differently. So I think people usually don't know what they're talking about. And when you start criticizing someone else. Why do you think you guys are the target? I think that anybody were not the only target any person who's. Well, known and successful and are on social media is a target. And do you guys think you're a bigger target because you're a bigger presence on social media, maybe, but what I do know is we get up every day with appreciation and love and a work ethic that you know, is stellar and part of that work ethic comes from her Chris Houghton worked as a flight attendant before she married attorney Robert Kardashian with whom she had four kids Courtney, Kim khloe and rob in nineteen Ninety-one. She split with Kardashian and married Olympic champion Bruce Jenner and they had two girls. Kendall, and Kylie we got married, and we didn't have a lot of money, but we had a lot of kids, and we had to get a big house and everybody was in private school start there. And I was like we gotta figure this out were you lying awake nights trying to figure out. Hundred percent, Chris became Bruce jenner's personal manager booking speaking gigs for him as a way to raise cash, she basically stayed out of the spotlight day one. But I know what's best for my kids, and my husband until the friend told her that her crazy family life might make a good TV show. Today, I'm going to jail, and I just wanna get it over with and never have to worry about it again. And there never seems to be any shortage of drama in the Kardashians lives. A lot of work like Bruce jenner's transition to become Caitlyn feeling it's about you. And they just want you to be happy just makes me happy to you keep in touch regularly with Caitlyn. I don't know. I don't the kids. Do the kids are good. But you guys know that so much Jenner says she spends a lot of her time managing her children's careers, a self-styled mama jer. Who takes a ten percent cut. Did you trademark the term mama jer? I did. Yeah. Why? I thought it would be such a good opportunity to maybe do something involved with mama. I just you know, I do that from time to time because I feel like something's important, and I want to protect it. So what else do you have trademarks? You are a little nosey Nelly over here glow. I love that. Very good. Very good. Can you tell me the other ones? No. Kris Jenner has more power in influence than any other mama jer out there, it seems the one thing she doesn't have his regret. What have you had to sacrifice privacy? But you know, comes and goes who cares? You don't feel like you've given anything up. I think I've gained I think I've gained relationships and friendships and and closer relationships with my kids and experiences and travel and being able to have the best home movies in the entire universe. To open a locked safe possibly filled with riches, David Pogue tells us you need a pro with exactly the right combination of skills. In the movies safe cracking looks like this. In real life. A little calmer. Alive is really is one of New York City's most accomplished safe crackers. It's taken him fifteen years to get this good. It is true that you don't know. What's inside this safe? I don't. Unbelievable. Do the honors right? Is the second door. No. It's another safe truth is almost all the safes. He's hired to open turn out to be empty. Sorry movie screenwriters in the United States. How many people would you say are your level? It's probably in the hundreds summer hundreds out of a hundred safes that people hired open. How many stump you zero? Too. Well prepared. What's my finger on the door master safecracker ROY waters lives in rural Pennsylvania in a house. That's practically a museum of safes locks that he's successfully cracked you can open almost any safe. Why don't you go to the dark side and be the guy who gets rich? It's not much style. I enjoy the people I enjoyed the work. It's exciting to watch safe crackers open safes using what's called manipulation using touch sight and sound as they turn the dial. But there's actually a more common technique. The second way is by drilling a hole into the walk in safe. Using a medical grade Boris cope viewing the internal mechanism. And then dialing combination open law. You're watching it. Eat your Wheaties today. There you go that's ROY waters going to help customer. Brett Cunningham who found this safe in scrap yard. I can give you a list of people. That's given it a world of try and get it open themselves. Yeah. Time for the experts. Okay. Decided to drill it right here. And you probably prefer not to have people ask me questions while working, right? It don't matter. There you go I unlocked locked loop. And it's. Gold bars. Empty Bank bags this safe. Kept ROY busy for a few minutes. But a lot says the cheap safes from homegoods stores, not so much safes can be forced open and literally fifteen seconds. That's not an exaggeration with a couple of eighteen inch progress on a regular basis, but with security you get what you pay for the less money. You spend on the safe the less security will get that. As a fact. The art of safe cracking by both locksmiths and criminals has been in decline for fifty years. But for the master safe crackers who remained the job does have its charms. It seems like for you the drama is more about opening the safe than what's in it. Oh, yeah. Forget what's. His biz cracker as cool. Is. It seems like it should be sometimes can be very difficult. That challenge is what keeps it? Interesting. This inventing a popular form of entertainment guarantee. A win full a question Nancy Giles poses to the man, you might call. Mr karaoke. Meet seventy eight year old dice gate, you know, way. He's the guy in the center. Well, he's got a secret back in his younger days. E-e-e-e-no way was amused. Who couldn't read music? So he came up with a truly inventive solution, which is to say dice gate Inouye, invented the karaoke machine. Do a regular jukebox is for listening. This would be a jukebox for singing he introduced his creation at bars across Japan in the early seventies. And today, it's estimated that one third of the people in Japan. Sing karaoke. Ecorse karaoke, which translates to empty orchestra. Is now a global phenomenon. Usually in our lives. We watch stars through the media all of us want to be stars our selves. With a Mike in your hand. You can be a star. And if you happen to live in Seattle, Washington, one of the biggest stars of karaoke is this man, Joshua, baron, better known as the karaoke Barrett. Yes. How'd you get that? So people you always say, you're the king. Carrie, okay. I'm like, I'm not the king of karaoke. I'm not even the print security. My last name is barren. So I'm like anything that Barrena karaoke. He's not joking almost every night of the week. The karaoke baron is either performing or singing along. He says it was karaoke that helped him get through cancer doctors. Like, if anything this is going to help heal you because it's something that you love to do its music karaoke help you get. Well, I mean it saved me. Good for living and a pretty good living. Besides in twenty seventeen the karaoke bar industry made some four hundred thirty five million dollars, and that's just in the United States. So you'd think that back in Osaka. Japan dice gay way, inventor of karaoke would be rolling in royalties. Not so turns out e-e-e-e-no way. Never took out a patent. Yes. No. I have no regrets. If I hadn't carry yoki, it never would've taken on the way you did. He never really did it for the money. You know, we wanted people do have that enjoyment of singing or favorite songs. And his contribution to the music world hasn't gone unsung. A while bag. He was recognized with a Harvard University ignoble prize. It's sorta parody of a real Nobel prize for inventing Carrio key. And it brought you know way to America to see firsthand how his invention got the world. Same. Two key. I'm Martha Schnur. Thank you for listening. Please join us again next Sunday morning.

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Hour 2: High Noon On First Take

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Hour 2: High Noon On First Take

"Great news. There's a quick way. You can save money. Switch to Geico. Geico could help you get great coverage at a great price. And it only takes fifteen minutes to see if you could save fifteen percent or more on car insurance. Go to Geico dot com today and see how much you could save. Let's go on on everybody. Welcome back to I take the second hour. We are coming. You live above the Heineken Riddick at pier. Seventeen. It is time now to kick off our debates super weak. This is going to be fun. You know that music the stars of high noon Pablo Tori for Mani Jones, guys. Thanks for being here. How far before noon, I am. I am semi Bomani. Put it best got up early every because brother walks in in in one two o'clock avenue with a hat on time. Seventy degree weather is hater Asian house. The question is it below eleven AM or is it high eleven AM because it's noon somewhere. Yeah. The first words definitely right? The second word weekend sort of debate about I think, I agree. Okay. But somebody just curious. Guys. Tiger Woods come on give it up for the man just pulled off the impossible and many critics is so after a tumultuous decade filled with transgressions controversy soul-searching injuries, and a lot of surgeries will tiger is officially back on top winning his first major since two thousand eight hundred fifteenth major overall this isn't go debate. We're having max is tiger a bigger sports icon, then one Michael Jeffrey, Jordan question is objectionable the answer. So laughably, an obviously, no. But that's he's not even in the debate. The debate is Muhammad Ali or Michael Jordan. If you wanted to include someone else that would probably be like Palay or someone like that would be Ruth in this country or you can go to a lot of people. Tiger Woods is not one of them. First of all, he didn't play a sport. He plays a game. Which is only by either the most liberal. Or narrow definition of sport, which I would define and challenge anyone on this is would be defined as any competition through which you can accurately gauge athleticism of its participants. You can't really do that with golf only very narrowly. But Secondly, it's not like I wanna be like tiger. It's I wanna be like, Mike, Michael, Jordan. First of all types of woods is not even established as the best who ever played his sport. If you wanna call it that he's still hasn't caught Nicklaus. According to many he's in a group with Nicholson HOGAN, according to many, Michael Jordan is practically universally acknowledged as the greatest to ever played a sport. So he's not even that in his own game, which I think is an inferior athletic competition to the one Michael Jordan plays. But he also doesn't do things like outsell. The current superstars sneakers ten to one Michael Jordan hasn't played in almost twenty years and his sneakers on freaking James ten to one. This. Is in close, I'm insulted by e question plan, and the answer is actually Michael Jordan is not the biggest sports. I kind of all time. It's Muhammad Ali. But Jordan is second and tiger was not in the conversation. But are we actually talking about the word icon enough in this conversation max because an icon to me has to have to qualifications number one. He needs to be different than what came before substantively different such that he has a place in history. Whether it's marketing wise, or whether it's perception wise, actually establishes that years a break in the Jane, the second thing is that he actually needs to be horrid to replace when Michael Jordan retired. What happened the NBA took a huge hit? No. But we all still watch basketball. No, many fewer of us did. Yes. But we still watch basketball, what happened bags when Tiger Woods stop playing golf. I don't know. Exactly. 'cause we all stopped watching that relaxed. We all stopped watching golf Tiger Woods based. On the numbers by bring in Asia into the conversation because I am Stephen agent Smith sitting next to Stephen Smith for the first time ever in China who is the most popular basketball player. Kobe Bryant not Michael Jordan based on sheer numbers. Tiger Woods is the guy with more global drawing power than anybody else. So named in this conversation. No, it's my Michael, Jordan. And there's everybody else, and I hate that you kinda stole my thunder on this point because there's not enough really Kriens given to this. The idea of the be like Mike ad campaign. Michael Jordan toll Steve was get like me and our response. Collectively was. Yeah, I'm trying to do that. Right. Like, my brother for talking about this think about this with the long shorts and Michael Jordan. It wasn't as though there was this gradual process in the short guy longer bible Jordan was wearing long shorts. And then literally the next thing you knew everybody except for John Stockton was out here in those shorts. Don't nobody wanna be like Tiger Woods. We can appreciate the magnitude and the greatness of Tiger Woods and be honest about the fact that this is certain novelty to his existence in this space in which he exists, right? But do Jordan Jordan is that one policeman made Abreu growing a mullet started milking, it's completely different situation. What I think we have Tiger Woods isn't appreciation for transcending greatness that takes place in a space that we don't even necessarily traffic in. And a lot of us dig the fact that that do is beating those dues their game. However, we can't use this argument that people stop watching golf which I would win away. That's not about woods as much as it is about we just don't really dig golf like that. We already dig basketball, Michael, Jordan, even winning got those people the last five or six they couldn't even rock with that. He brought them over and it's hard to bring them. Because the reason it's hard to bring them over ain't about sports. Well, excuse me. I disagree with both UM mix. First of all. And you just made an argument for me that supports about position that I was talking about what the transcended figure that is. Tiger woods. You made. My argument for me when you brought up. Allie alley wasn't undefeated. We the operative word. Here is bigger. It's not about better. Michael Jordan was undefeated this exchange of I think it would have been eight had he not stepped away. And we'll go play baseball. I think he would have won eight straight for crying out loud. We know he's unblemished. We know people wanted to be like, my we know what if a nominal athlete. He was what will you talk about bigger? You're basically talking about global. Pew. You're talking about some of those things that he brought up in there. And this is why it matters to me because that's what we say about Allie. It was Allie was not undefeated Addy lost Leon Spinks for crying out loud years. Oh, I'm just saying. Well, again, again, he did lose the Frazier. Okay. I go round he lost a Frazier's. Well, all I'm trying to say, he's Muhammed Ali. He wasn't just the greatest because he was this phenomenal boxer that was quick and half power and had incomparable skills at the top as far as I'm concerned and beat practically everybody that you put in front of them. Never ducked any fights. The biggest thing about Allie was the global iconic figure he had become because of the adversity that was associated with him and what he had overcome. We're looking at Tiger Woods. He's in his forties. He's forty three years of age. Okay. When we saw Mike when he was blamed for to watch the wizard, of course, that's basketball. That's not golf. We get on that. But the fact that you are globally iconic. The fact that you're playing into your forties. I personally believe Tiger Woods. Is more like my wife, folks. Then Michael Jordan is that's what my personal belief in again. I don't know. I said, I believe I don't know. But I believe that because I think that they don't. Tiger radio traffic. That's what I'm saying. That like that. I think the combination of all of those things certainly not better. But could he is it conceivable that he's bigger? But here's the thing. You said I made that argument for you. But you got no demonstration the actual large. Tiger was I get the idea that this is global Michael Jordan wouldn't global air. Michael, jordan. I think you could make the argument that the global appeal to Michael Jordan hells, make it possible for Tiger Woods to have the effect that he does. True. You say that what's his name? Kobe Bryant is bigger child. Well, how much did they pay attention to basketball in Trento before? Hey. A sleight of hand taking place, and this is how Tiger Woods winds up as the number one athlete in the world on sports. Solicited ridiculous ridiculous. Here's a sleight of hand. Let's make a common denominator. Call it. Sports. We'll golf with sport. And we'll call basketball sport never mind. The fact that basketball demonstrates infinitely more athletic ability than golf does never mind. The fact that basketball is immeasurably more popular globally than golf is about. What does it mean that never mind? The fact that the economic activity generated golf is generated by office generated by much smaller percentage of privileged people. Right then basketball, which is generated because it's growing so fast because it's intrinsically so much more interesting. Okay. For never mind. All that. Once you create the common, denominator and equalize. Now, you could say since tiger. Did this engulf what has Jordan and you can start to compare them? So the premise is absurd. There is no comparison. But even with that common denominator choice. Ordnace stopping him. It's not close. If you this thought about icon, even within the sport. Now, I disagree with his argument. And I disagree with all the people that say that the bulls would have won eight straight championships, but people basically act like the rockets to rings do not exist because Michael Jordan was not playing. Well. Throat. I. Eight. Oh, I think we did. Anybody they grow up around on his mission. Masin people act like those years did not exist because Michael Jordan was there. We have had any nice handful years with no Tiger Woods out there. And we can't people's he's Justice shiny as well. Right. But this, but that's the magnitude of Mike is being slicked but mighty Jones because you know, damn well, Don start tend to for eight field, and what eleven point rate the New York Knicks, but they they wouldn't have to call the bowl. All right. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. You all you want to go to this argument. Give you the tweaking the Knicks beat the boat. I think that if you put the bulls in the finals whose garden allies ROI what team had the best record against. Funny. How about a four headed monster? No. By the way, who's go John who can guard Jordan, who's gonna Pippen, really? The rockets had the one thing if you can't get somebody to guard. Michael Jordan is somebody kinda crazy. You gotta get an. Thank you. Right here. Good. Gartner? Glove. Ninety down a notch. Hey there. Bill Murphy here with your sports center right now, the blazers started the playoffs as the only team with homecourt advantage who was the betting underdog for the series or one game. There are reasons for optimism in rose city Dame Lillard recorded his eleven thirty point playoff game in the blazers win Sunday only Clyde Drexler with fourteen has done that more often in a blazers jersey. Okay. Seized Paul George. Meanwhile, struggled mightily with a sore right shoulder shooting. Eight for twenty four engaged one missing a playoff career high eleven threes getting blocked four times in his canter went for twenty points in a playoff career-best, eighteen boards. Joining Bill Walton and lamarcus Aldridge as the only blazers with an eighteen in eighteen playoff game for the thunder. Frustration was widespread. Russell you've played against Dan before since he since he left gyp it. Could you tell you had a little extra in his step tonight? Trying to play against his old pals next question. Rusted. Did you think getting down thirty eight twenty one seventeen point deficit to come back and make it a game down the stretch? Is that a good sign for the rest of the playoffs? Thanks question. Offie next question. We're how many playoff career triple doubles. Does. Russell westbrook. Have the answers nine that ties will Chamberlain for six in NBA history. One more moves Brody into a tie for fourth with rage on Rondo and Larry Bird. That's it for this sport center right now, here's more. I take. Thanks Bill restaurant haven't at Bill Bill textile Pablo in Bomani still here with us having good times high times. Got a little too excited for house just trying to fit in. Yeah. I need a yellow more. I'm sorry for not yelling enough. Now. I was there. I mean, it was a strong debate very disappointed in you. I couldn't get into big Bomani. Okay. It'll be back. I get into a guy is the disappoint money on them. Lasers. Take a one oh series lead over the thunder Dame. Lillard had the eleventh thirty point playoff game of his career. Meanwhile, Russell Westbrook at his ninth career playoff triple double. I'm going to start with you Stephen A on this one. This is generally speaking. Okay. Who would you rather have Dame or Westbrook? I would say Russell Westbrook only because I take the eighty two games in the consideration. You know, I think Dame is a better shooter. I personally believe in. I wanna stay for the record. I think Damian Lillard is first team NBA Ed of Steph. Curry would what Steph curry has to work with the average at twenty six about Steven A. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't say better than Steph curry, I know Steph curry is the greatest shooters that I'm just talking about four this season. I think that they me a little you could make an argument that he's first team or it'd be a having said all of that particularly oppress rod situations with that shot that he has I won there. But over the course of eighty two games energy mad is what you bring to the table on a night in night out basis. It's not just about scoring. It's about the other things that you do as well. And the fact that Russell Westbrook is so fiery and plan at one hundred miles an hour all the time it's almost impossible to be lackadaisical around him. And I think that I would take that into consideration. I that's how I look at it. The only other thing I want to say about Russell Westbrook is this. I'm gonna say this one national television because I got love for the brother. But I hope he gets fine. I really do because that's ridiculous. When you can't answer a basketball could they personal now you just play the playoff game. You lost two questions will clearly abound. He didn't it was nothing personal next question. You if Inbar checked really built Bill checks should be fine too. But I don't know what good does that. He might give short terse answers. Okay. He might not give you what you want. I'm. Come on. Now. I mean, there's the western Brad west. Said a million times by favorite player. Like, he's the one guy in the history of sports. I can think of on one play go. I don't care. How crazy? It sounds my eyeballs dimissed the best player I've ever seen the very next play go. You cannot win a championship with. This guy's just gonna kill your team. Right. Like it's being like bipolar kind of player. But I love watching because it's all effort all the time. But that's the problem basketball. Look generally a game like football, you try harder. You do better game like baseball, you try harder. Sometimes you do worse. You're too tight. Right. Like golf tiger. Does it? Sometimes you try harder. You do worse. That's usually you try harder you do better. But not Russell Westbrook. Watching Russell Westbrook. I often feel like let go of the reins under pressure a little bit more trust, your teammates, a little bit more. You'll relax and do better under pressure. I see him pulling too hard. And I think that becomes a problem. Whereas Damian Lillard he always had the smell about him. Like he was going to be cool under pressure. Just gave you that feeling and last year gun doing by drew holiday. So I think Lillard knows. He had that reputation. Like, he's a championship type player. Just getting the way he did. In sweep last year is super-motivated right now to not let that happen again that combined with the issues that Westbrook Cavs combined with the range with which Lillard can hit shots Steph curry like he's kind of the closest thing to step in the west. I'd rather have Lillard right now than Westbrook. See the thing is when I look at those two guys I feel like Lillard is in space that we are going to evaluate him primarily by what he does do Westbrook's in a space where people evaluate him primarily by what he does not do his flaws jump out to people far more in the energy. And the rebounding that's somehow it's almost become a merit against him. Because people just call a stat hunting. He gives you a lot out there. It's hard for me to say that I want to play more than I want. Russell westbrook. Little it's really really good. There's no way around that. And he's going to give you those shots, and he's going to make as going to give it to you. This is a close one for me. But I just can't I can't do it. I just cannot pass up. But I don't think either of those guys can be the best. Player on a championship team. Neither of them can be until the question. Then is if they cannot be one a they have to fit around somebody else, and Damian Lillard he has an advantage over Russell Westbrook. Russell westbrook. When you look at his three point percentage and his free throw percentage. The first digit is to you cannot be shooting twenty something from the line or from three. If you're going to be the second or third best guard on a championship team or the second or third best player on championship team. So to meet Russell Westbrook is as exciting as you guys all say, he is the player I wanna watch as a TV show. But Damian Lillard is the guy I wanted. Glad you wrote up. Exactly. That's a great point lead. You brought up the shot. A lot of the kind of armchair psychology that we apply to west especially to Westbrook is simply because he didn't shoot it. Very well. And it's not just because he's not as good at hitting hero shots in hard shots. Maybe someone like Kobe Bryant. So it's like bad judgment even good shots. He's not as good at hitting those as modern back court players should be. And so then we get into all the psychology like me saying he's trying to poke too hard. It's kind of like Tiger Woods. He's he lost his motive. No had a bad back. And when the backup better golf again Westbrook doesn't shoot it well enough. But one thing I think he doesn't get enough credit for though, he does where his game around. What's out there? The way he played with prime. Kevin Durant versus without Kevin Durant. Versus working around Paul George like, you can go look at the numbers. You can see just miss that. He makes from year to year we talk about trust in the rest of his teammates. How much trading gotten Paul? Well, I'll tell you. Now, they they talk show desert bothering him. But they talked so much about Russell Westbrook, and selfishness and there have been. Many occasions where I think he's shown he's unselfish, and he's willing to be unselfish, and he's willing to defer to some degree, and he's willing to give people ample opportunities to produce. It's not like he's out day ignoring his teammates and not feed in the basketball. I might have a problem with how he's handling himself with the media and press conferences and stuff like that. Because clearly when there was an incident that developed in Utah, he certainly wanted to cameras, Dan, he wanted to make sure to explain himself, then, but somehow, someway, you can't answer questions about basketball. That's a problem and not only that it just it gives you the sense that you're looking for in a reason to be can't take risks or beyond with somebody else. Which is not a good look for him to have at this moment in time. But as a basketball player when you take into account eighty two games during XI's everything we've gotten to a point where we think everything is about April may and June. What that's the teams that really really matter that has a chance there's about twenty five teams in the league every year. You don't have a snowball's chance inhale plan in June. But what they do from October to April. That's why. West, but we might say, you can't ignore Westbrook. And what he gives you on a night that I took have it because he takes way too much criticism for a guy who out works and has more passion and energy in every play than like everyone else playing any sport in the world. And every play no matter the month. I love that about them. I'm saying if he shot like Damian Lillard Dade win the championship shot like Damian Lillard, it'd be cancelled Christmas EP superhero rules of the game. Take once that fro that Kevin Durant might another left. Yeah. Well. Varez inside of I think Lillard plays in Portland. For Terry starts is probably one of the more. Underrated coaches in the very good coach Essiet show me too. Good code. Russell Westbrook is play for like the one that you could definitively say is good. I feel pretty confident saying Scott Brooks is not I'm not as clear on Billy Donovan, but I'm not leaning toward Billy down of. It's been a really good coach in the NBA. I'll say this. They did come within forty eight minutes of birth to the finals. But I'm just saying it wasn't like. There's something to be said to do that you do something with what you had less. I think he also likes the power vacuum though. The idea that Russell Westbrook does not have a dominant coach means that he can be the guy who is Steph hunting by any other name. He couldn't be the guy who's orchestrating rattling. They actually be counterproductive to his playoff hopes because he reminds me in a way of of a. Guys. Congo goals soda access is offering. Who works with us. Now Chicago Bulls coach Minnesota so Timoteo would grind these teams down because they played such intense defense sometimes by the playoffs. They weren't there. Except for max this time guys. This was fun Pablo. My name. You mentioned come back. Sarah, what's going on everybody. I'm Molly Caraman. You are listening to the first take podcast. Let's be real hiring used to be hard multiple job sites. Stacks of resumes, confusing review process, but today, hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash. I take ZipRecruiter send your job to over one hundred of the web's leading job boards, but they don't stop there with their powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job. 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There are reasons for optimism in rose city Dame Lillard recorded his eleven thirty point playoff game in the blazers win Sunday only Clyde Drexler with fourteen has done that more often in a blazers jersey. Okay. Sees Paul George. Meanwhile, struggled mightily with a sore right shoulder shooting. Eight for twenty four engaged one missing a playoff career high eleven threes getting blocked four times in his cancer went for twenty points in a playoff career-best eighteen boards joining Bill Walden and lamarcus Aldridge as the only Glazer's with an eighteen in eighteen playoff game for the thunder. Frustration was widespread. Russell you've played against Dana's before since he since he left, you could you tell he had a little extra in his step tonight. Trying to play against his old pals next question. Did you think getting down thirty eight twenty one seventeen point deficit to come back and make it a game down the stretch? Is that a good sign for the rest of the playoffs? Thanks question. Offie next question. We're how many playoff career triple doubles does. Russell westbrook. Cavs banters nine that ties will Chamberlain for six NBA history. One more moves Brody into a tie for fourth with raise on Rondo and Larry Bird. That's it for this center. Right now, here's more. I take. Thanks for the rest. Not having Bill Bill textile Pablo in Bomani still here with us having good times high times. That I got a little too excited for house just trying to fit in. Yeah. I need a yellow more. I'm sorry for not yelling enough. Now. I was I mean, it was a strong debate very disappointed in you. I couldn't. I couldn't Bomani, okay? We back. Let's get into a guy. This is the disappoint money on them. Lasers. Take a one oh series lead over the thunder Dame Lillard had eleven thirty point playoff game of his career. Meanwhile, Russell Westbrook had his ninth career playoff triple double. I'm going to start with you Stephen A on this one. This is generally speaking. Okay. Who would you rather have Dame or Westbrook? I would say Russell Westbrook only because I take the eighty two games in the consideration. You know, I think Dame is a better shooter. I personally believe in. I wanna stay for the record. I think Damian Lillard is first team Ed of Steph. Curry would what Steph curry has to work with Dave average at twenty six about Stephen A. Yeah. Yeah. Just say he looked better than Steph curry, I know Steph curry is the greatest shooters that I've ever seen. I'm just talking about four this season. I think that they meet a little you could make an argument that he's first team or NBA having said all of that particularly impressed. Rod situations with that shot that he has I won there. But over the course of eighty two games energy mad is what you bring to the table on a night in night out basis is not just about scorn. It's about the other things that you do as well. And the fact that Russell Westbrook is so fiery and plan at one hundred miles an hour all the time it's almost impossible to be lackadaisical around him. And I think that I would take that into consideration. I that's how I look at it. The only other thing I want to say about Russell Westbrook is this. I'm gonna say this one national television because I got love for the brother. But I hope he gets fine. I really do because that's ridiculous. When you can't answer a basketball they personal now you just play the playoff game. You lost the questions will clearly abound. He didn't it was nothing personal next question. You if. If you really Bill Bill checks should be fine too. But I don't know. Bill Belichick does that he might give short terse answers. Okay. He might not give you what you want. I'm. Is not an man come now. I mean, there is a western. A million times by favorite player. Like, he's the one guy in the history of sports, I can think of one play ago. I don't care how crazy it sounds. My both missed the best player I've ever seen the very next play go. You cannot win a championship with this guy is just gonna kill your team. Right. Like it's being like a bipolar kind of player. But I love watching because it's all effort all the time. But that's the problem basketball. Look generally a game like football, you try harder. You do better game like baseball, you try harder. Sometimes you do worse. You're too tight. Right. Like golf tiger. Does it? Sometimes you try harder. You do worse. That's bull usually try harder. You do better. But not Russell Westbrook. Watching Russell Westbrook. I often feel like let go of the reins under pressure a little bit more trust, your teammates, a little bit more. You'll relax and do better under pressure. I see him pulling too hard. And I think that becomes a problem. Whereas Damian Lillard he always had the smell about him like he was going to be cool under pressure. He just gave you that feeling and last year doing by drew holiday. So I think Lillard. Knows that he had that reputation. Like, he's a championship type player. Just getting the way he did in a suite last year is super motivated right now to not let that happen again that combined with the issues that Westbrook Cavs combined with the range with which Lillard can hit shots Steph curry like he's the kind of the closest thing to step in the west. I'd rather have Lillard right now than Westbrook. See the thing is when I look at those two guys feel like Lillard is in space where we are going to evaluate him primarily by what he does do Westbrook's in a space where people evaluate him primarily by what he does not do his flaws jump out to people far more in the energy, and the rebounding that somehow almost become a demerits against him. Because people just call it stat hunting, he gives you a lot out there. It's hard for me to say that I wanna play more than I want. Russell westbrook. Lillard is really really good. There's no way around that. And he's going to give you those shots, and he's going to make as going to give it to you. This is a close would for me. But I just can't I can't do it. I just cannot pass up. But Bo I don't think either of those guys can be the. The best player on a championship team. Neither of them can be until the question. Then is if they cannot be one a they have to fit around somebody else, and Damian Lillard he has an advantage over Russell Westbrook. Russell westbrook. When you look at his three point percentage and his free-throw percentage. The first digit is to you cannot be shooting twenty something from the line or from three. If you're going to be the second or third best guard on a championship team or the second best player on championship team. So to meet Russell Westbrook is as exciting as you guys all say, he is the player I wanna watch as a TV show. But Damian Lillard is the guy I wanted glad you wrote up. Exactly. But that's that's a great point lead. You brought up the shot. A lot of the kind of armchair psychology that we apply to west especially to Westbrook is simply because he didn't shoot it. Very well. And it's not just because he's not as good at hitting hero shots in hard shots. Maybe someone like Kobe Bryant. So it's like bad judgment even good shots. He's not as good at hitting those as modern that core. Players should be. And so then we get into all this psychologist like me saying he's trying to poke too hard. It's kind of like Tiger Woods recently lost his back. And when the backup better, he could go again, Westbrook, doesn't shoot it. Well enough. But one thing I think he doesn't get enough credit for though, he does where his game around. What's out there? The way he played with prod. Kevin Durant versus without Kevin Durant. Versus working around Paul George like, you can go look at the numbers. You can see just miss that. He makes from year to year we talk about trust and the rest of his teammates how much and Paul. Well, I'll tell you the how they they talk with you. So does bothering him, but they talked so much about Russell Westbrook and his selfishness. And there have been many occasions where I think he's shown he's unselfish, and he's willing to be unselfish, and he's willing to defer to some degree, and he's willing to give people ample opportunities to produce. It's not like he's out they ignore and his teammates. And not feeding him the basketball. I might have a problem with how he's handling himself with the media and press conferences and stuff like that. Because clearly when there was an incident that developed in Utah, he certainly wanted to cameras, Dan, he wanted to make sure to explain himself, then, but somehow, someway, you can't answer questions about that. That's a problem and not only that it it gives you the sense that you're looking for in a reason to be can't take risks or beyond with somebody else. Which is not a good look for him to have at this moment in time. But as a basketball player when you take into account eighty two games during XI's everything we've gotten to a point where we think everything is about April may and June. Well, that's the teams that really really matter that has a chance there's about twenty five teams. In the league every year. You don't have a snow bowl chance inhale playing in June. But what they do from October to April. That's why we might say, you can't ignore Westbrook. And what he gives you on a night because he takes way too much criticism for a guy who out works and has more passion and energy in every play than like everyone else playing any sport in the world in every play. No matter the month. I love that about him. I'm saying if he shot like Damian Lillard Dade win the championship Daime eleven it'd be cancelled Christmas Eve guy superhero he rules of the game. Take once their fro that Kevin Durant might have never left. Yeah. Well. Russ. Then we didn't decide of I think Lillard plays in Portland. For Terry starts is probably one of the more. Underrated coaches in the is a good coach you show me too. Good code. Russell Westbrook is play for like the one that you could definitively say is good. I feel pretty confident saying Scott Brooks is not I'm not as clear on Billy Donovan, but I'm not leaning toward. Wow, Billy down. If it's been a really good coach in the NBA. I will say this. They did come within forty eight minutes of birth to the finals. He's just saying it wasn't like. It'd be said to do that you do something with what you had. I think he also likes the power vacuum though. The idea that Russell Westbrook does not have a dominant coach means that he can be the guy who is Steph hunting by any other name. He's gonna be the guy who's orchestrating Brownsville. They actually be counterproductive to his playoff hopes because he reminds me in a way of of a nice Congo. Bulls. Sorta access is offering. This is who works with us. Now Chicago Bulls coach Minnesota so tip it over would grind these teams down because they played such intense defense sometimes by the playoffs. They weren't there. Except for max this time guys. This was fun Pablo. My pros, you you mentioned come back. With your sports center right now. I'm Phil Murphy sports worlds win is often Vegas loss. As was the case at the masters west gate super book reported a high five figure net loss on master's futures. And a better William Hill cash. An eighty five thousand dollar wager on tiger at fourteen to one odds for a one point one nine million dollar payout. Tiger's caddy spoke with get up earlier today. A man on the mission from from the get-go. I text them only last week. And I said how about you get there on a Sunday, which you normally doesn't do we'd go out there and go out nine holes in chip and putt because that's the time. I thought that was kind of like the weakest part of his gang. The short game wasn't quite where it needed to be obvious. You gonna grey short game around Augusta and his credit 'cause I'm mean, he likes this time at home in this kids, and I get that he came up on Sunday. We went out there for two or three hours on Sunday afternoon and got after with no crowd out there. We've got a lot of the practice round you hit three or four chips three or four bucks here. And there just don't have the time to really grind out there. You got everybody playing a practice round. So we got off to a great start on Sunday. And he was on a mission from there. He was in a good frame of mind all week. It was loose having some fun. But like I said the same time he was intense, and he was a man on a mission that will do it for this sport center right now, let's head back to I think. Thank you kindly. Tiger was the talk of the Spurs world once again after capturing his fifth green jacket fifteen major of his career. Now, we welcome in Gulf analysts, and our friend. Michael Collins, Michael SOGA, Debbie with us is so great to be with you guys. It was great here net basketball talk a little bit. Look. Russell westbrook. You're no marshawn Lynch. All right. I think the next time that they have a scrum someone in the media should say to him. What would you like the next question to be? So when he says next question, you could say that's not a question, and you can get just the series with him Damian Lillard that dude spits lyrics to he got some mad, by the way Makasi showing you I've done radio with Michael Collins. He's the southern for Marcellus, this man could talk all kinds of sport. Now question little he's here for golf yet. Yes. Call real quick before we get started. The other day was a hot mess. Couldn't find my cellphone. These two little angels come running after me, and they're like miss miss. I have your cell phone, and I was asked him who they belong to. And they were your sons they are adorable, and they were so polite. So thank you for that. Because you can't live without your cell phone. I knew Michael komo's before he start. He took the job as Santa Claus this year, Waco, nano uncle, dude. Go fill. Oh god. That's what overbearing says, I'm the next Phil. I I'm going to stay with you on this Michael actually get to the debate. Now is this the greatest comeback in sports history. He hasn't won a major in over a decade. Fourteen years for fourteen years since he won his last masters and with everything that he went through after remember how he wanted to wait when he won the US open in two thousand and eighty did it on a broken leg. And then he lost to white Yang at the PGA championship. And that was the first time he had ever lost when he had the lead. And I said then and I still say it now, why is still golfs Buster Douglas. But that being said I have never been so happy to have been so wrong when it came to tiger win another major championship and without question. This is the greatest comeback in sports history know, max likes the talk a whole bunch of smack about how golf's not even a sport. I don't even look at golfers this athletes. Nice. And then he do people ask him you play golf. And I understand that got nothing to do with the argument. And you're exactly right. But I'm gonna tell you this. You ain't never play NFL football before. And. Every NFL football player that I know that actually plays golf now and every NHL player and every NBA player, you know, what they all call golfers athletes. Good enough for them that I really don't care. How you feel because you know, who I don't ask when they think of golf golfers as athletes. I don't ask dues this sit in chairs and wear makeup. You you true. Now that was better than I get at my definition of of sport any competent, which is the best one, by the way, by far any competition through which you can at any do what you can accurately gauge the lettuces of its participants is a sport. But let's assume that golf is that I think it is by a very liberal or narrow definition a sport. Let's say it is that Muhammad Ali his right to fight was taken away for nearly four years in his prime a sport which requires heavily which relies heavily upon athletic ability came back after a four year exile past his prime and thought and beat a forty and oh with thirty seven knockout Olympic gold is undisputed heavyweight champion of the world George Foreman as a five to one underdog that is clearly. The and by four a much greater comeback. And if that timeframe isn't long enough for you. Well, even though it's boxing, whatever four years is not fourteen years. How about George Foreman himself coming back twenty years after he lost to Ali to win the heavyweight championship of the world? That's my case. Here's the thing. And I completely understand. And listen Mohammed Ali is one of my heroes big time. And the funny thing that you say George Foreman. When he came back and beat Michael Moore was yesterday on a sixteenth green. When that ball started trickling back towards the whole and you saw even Michael Phelps back behind Tiger Woods cheering it on. And it was all I kept hearing in my head was the call of the George Foreman. Michael Moore fight when Moore state down and all you heard was the announcer. Yelling it happened Jim lafley, and it still gives me goosebumps thinking about that. But I'm gonna tell you this right now when you. Talk about Mohammad-Ali was boxing taken away from him. Or did he make a decision himself? He decided himself and his decision brought with it repercussions. And those repercussions with that golf would that boxing was taken away from him. That's not taking away from what he did who he was and what he stood for. But he made that decision on his own now, Bhagwan woods, but taking his right to fight was basically a legal as the supreme court the Cy. I mean, he he made that decision. They didn't have to take his license away and not let him travel that didn't have to happen of they. But what I'm saying is he left the decision of what happened to his career in the hands of other people. It's not like look when it comes to Tiger Woods. Tiger Woods didn't decide. You know, what I need any four back surgeries any one of my district. Go out you said he recovered from back from his back being heard. No, no, no, no, no, no, no his bag. A few. It's not fixed. It's not. Okay. And at some point it's going out, and we ain't gonna see them. No more. So you're not going to tell me that somebody out there who just made a damaging to Steven A is being away too quiet right now. Stephen, I would like you to please get involved, and you know, at some point in time, we will learn. But here's let me say this. Let me say this, Michael Collins. I gotta ask a question kept Molinaro. I saw if I remember correctly. Tell me if I'm right or not mile and a Mullen Naria Molinaro Molinari, right? Yeah. Tiger sit up there and mocked as bald mocked his spot on the twelfth and then stared them down, and I didn't see them. Look the same for the rest of the match. Am I making that up my wrong and my lost on that? When it comes to KEPCO. Yes. Because you have to remember KEPCO wasn't in the group and the other part about that kind of you're losing a little. A bit of the time line there Molinaro was the first on the T, and it was Molinari who hit it in the water. I right. And that's what's shook what Shuki was he hadn't made a mistake all day going to that twelve. And if you go back with look on my Twitter time line when they got to that TI said players right now on the twelfth are not feeling the wind, and there's a lot more win knocking those balls down. And I hope they. Oh. Pause for second. The only reason I'm bringing this up is because again, the argument that you and Maxwell habit. What I said at the beginning of the show was that. I think that the intimidation is what I've noticed I saw guys here in the footsteps of tiger tiger's come and targets coming. And I think ultimately that to me because I'm looking at him. And even though he had a good day. The reality of the situation is is that it was it was just as much about the mistakes that were made at key pivotal moments by them as well. And I think that's the tiger presence that we haven't seen in quite some time in the majors. That's what I was appointed to go ahead flood, you I wish I wish that I could agree with you on that Brad. But here's the problem with that that same little talion, dude, stared down Tiger Woods when tiger had the lead at the open championship last July. Okay. That's the same. Dude. That stared tiger down in the Ryder Cup already. So that intimidation factor when it came to Molinari's just wasn't there? Now, you also have to remember a few groups ahead, Dustin Johnson who was world number one. Had a putt that would have put him in a playoff time wasn't nowhere around. Then Dustin didn't know anything about what was going on at the time. Only knew he had to put that looked like it might put him up tied for the lead. And then in the group in front Bruce KEPCO, he had a to and miss read. The putt now at the time he didn't know that tiger was gonna hit it in the trees and whatnot. So as much as I would like to say the tiger intimidation factor was there when it comes the Brooks KEPCO. Nah. 'cause tiger was coming after at the PGA championship. Remember, it was embroiled with it was Tigers experience factor there. He had played at Augusta. So he knew to plant conservatively on the twelfth hole. Stephen, I cannot believe you missed rocky Bleier the fullback for the Pittsburgh Steelers who got hit with shrapnel in Vietnam in his leg. Lost part of his foot was totally never walk again. Let alone play again and. I'm back to Pittsburgh to win four Super Bowls. I mean, I could go on there were so many greater comebacks in the history of sports than this. But this was a great comeback. Reuters wire what? Yeah. How long you Lance? Got have this current? I'm in the late. I'm not taking anything away from what rocky Bleier overcame. But when we're talking Super Bowl championships in the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was put her name. I know he was a part of the team. Okay. But the name rocky Bleier the are several names that come up before him. Yeah. I know it's not the same as being intimidated by. You're good at golf. So is someone else in because they're good at golf. You're good at golf. I know that's not the same that that's very impressive. But maybe also taking shrapnel in the leg and winning the Super Bowl four. Let me say the only thing that would have been better than this comeback would have been secretary would have broke a leg in between the second and third leg of the triple crown and that didn't happen. So guess who the champ is Tiger Woods and me just saying? Hopefully soon in New York, your home is important. That's why gyco helps make it easy to save on homeowner's insurance because home is more than just a place home is where you have a cute little reading nut for those rainy days when you want to curl up with a good book, but you don't even read. So you just sit in there during thunderstorms and scroll through means on your phone and laugh in the darkness. The guy co insurance agency could help protect the dark mean filled corner, you call home call gyco and see how easy it is to switch and save on homeowner's insurance. Luke, Walton in the kings have agreed in principle on a deal to become the next head coach of Sacramento sources telling our Adrian would rescue wall, and and the Lakers mutually agreed to part ways that went down this past Friday, Stephen eight Dua problem well in getting the kings job so soon after leaving Lakers do and when he first got the job, I tweeted this. And I stand by it. I think they're Luke Walton was dealt a raw deal. I definitely appreciated. Steve Kerr's comments about his friend, his former subordinate as system coach with go to state who filled in admirably when Steve Kerr was sick. And gotta do warriors to like twenty three or twenty four straight wins to open the season and the thirty nine and four record. And I'm definitely happy for Luke Walton. I think he deserves to be a head coach in this league and deserves to be given a good opportunity which did not happen in Elliot's. Awesome concern, Dan, he had the job before he left the Lakers facility. Do I have to be one that do I need to start calling for Rooney rule in basketball? I mean, see this is stuff like this. They're really gets on my nerves because I'm gonna say it again. This don't happen for black men. This don't happen for minorities. This kind of stuff is somebody needs to say so damn it. I'm going to say it the reality of the situation is that Luke Walton has won forty percent of his games. Did he get screwed over in LA without question? I don't like what happened to him this year. And I'm happy got the job. But you don't even leave the facility before you are in negotiations. Remember, it was actually two. Usually max, those things aren't true when they say there was a mutual party that was actually true here because he probably told the Lakers, I'm about to get the Sacramento job. So let me go. So I can leave Sychev talking about getting rid of the anyway. And obviously the Lakers oblige that kind of stuff just bothers me. Doc Rivers was a champion when he left from the. Boston Celtics to the clippers yet wanna championship, and they had to give up compensation to the Celtics or the to get him to the clippers. But you just get to leave and have something waiting for you when you've won forty percent of your games. I don't like that would be important to the Rooney rule is to get people in front of a correct will of color in front of people who have the power to hire. Because there's a good old boy network in that can also include people of color, right? So for example, Thai lose been have head coaching job. Stephen a money Williams. You know, sit there because they are in the network now, and you want to get more people in that kind of good old boy network, they're competing themselves up an interview man, but there's someone's going to they're going to get a job someone's going gonna get a job. And then the other one's probably also going to get a job in the future. Now that they're in that mix. If Luke Walton flames out in Sacramento, it's going to be a minute before he gets another head coaching job. But right now he's seen as a very good young coach that a team can grow with. And I agree up. The tit listen did he have the Sacramento job before he left the Lakers? Right. So what happens to a guy when the new regime comes in? If you're a head coach you're probably going to get replaced, especially if the star player comes in. And we prefer another coach you're going to get replace. So the kings wisely said. Buddy. He'll Marvin Bagley. Third grab this guy. Install on his or coach. I think if Nate McMillan lost his job, and he wasn't hired immediately by someone that would be a problem max he had lost his job years ago in Portland that wasn't hiding me. But right, but at the end the job, he just tend to serve as an assistant coach. Mark Jackson won fifty two percent of his games. Overall and go to state when forty seven thirty five second job fifty one to thirty one his third year on the job lost his job and can't stop right there. I want to discuss the Mark Jackson thing. There is a sense around the league, I'm prevented the warriors from a dynasty, given his offensive system come out. So it seems to be a consensus other teams don't want him as the head coach Jim fairly run for you. But the key word is fairly on. I don't think it's race based on job. I'm not saying it is I'm just simply saying, I'm pointing out the discrepancy. The fact that the mad is it helps that Luke Walton is incredibly liked. I like him most people like if you know anything about. Luke Walton he's impossible not to like incredibly good going. And I think he got a raw deal in LA. But it does help that there will people out there. Speaking up on his behalf as a person when they get more Jackson, even though you're right in terms of what people say that's not what they're saying about more Jackson what they're saying about more Dixon did questioning him. And the person he was when he was the car annoy journal, and all that appears to be a pattern that happens with black coaches that don't happen. We'll office and I got a problem with that. I think I think that's fair to say race has plays a part, even if it's unknowable it's not a positive influence for the hiring chances of black men. I got no problem with Luke Walton getting the job on. Well to say my arm, I get it. He hasn't left the pill. You did God Ida hired him. If I was Sacramento too. All right. Well. Take dinner. Learning to tiger with fact, but I think he just put the exclamation point on that. It's hard to really feel bad about what I or how I play just because you know, I just witness history. That was probably. The coolest back-nine in a major championship. I've ever been a part of her just in golf in general providers pretty excited, we had to delay our film session. We could watch the last couple of holes. Bottom five believe, and I hear a whole lot of sharing outside tiger on the masters. We messed up by not wearing red today. So I'm happy pulled that. I think we could say that the best one of his career because the comeback. He is officially back. You know, everybody says he back is he back. He's not back until he went. He is a fishery back. That's right. He's back L tiger winning his fifteenth career major yesterday. The next two major championships are at the PGA championship at Bethpage Black in the US open in June, and that of course, at Pebble Beach. He's one majors apple locations. Max it's tiger gonna win another major this year twenty nine thousand nine hundred think this year, I think he's not done winning majors. But the same reason I picked them to win one this year. I'm not going to pick him again. Which is look first of all one of the reasons he won was he's very familiar with Augusta. He had more experience than the field. So especially in people keep talking about the twelve poll to just get it on the green. There's you know. Michael Collins was on here talking about, hey, there's wind you're gonna wind up in the water and players didn't play it. Conservatively enough tiger. Did you look at this field with kept good McElroy, Dustin Johnson, and all these guys and all these guys it's really crowded field. And the reason I thought tiger would win one this year. Stephen is because he had a bunch of shots addicts last year, he was playing well he'd be in the mix. He just got his father's will get theirs, and he will win again this year. I think I'm gonna I'm gonna pick him win the USO. I think he's go the momentum just ten in a new as well, you could say that. But my words have been consistent if he wins one he could win full as what I've been. I've been on that too long. I didn't think yesterday would happen as way that's where the hell turn me around. I didn't think yesterday was gonna happen. But do I think he could win it probably share. I think he can pull it off his ju ju thirteenth to June sixteenth. You know, it was about two or three months later. I think he could pull it off. I think he ride a momentum from what we saw this week. And I think you go to Iraq poll question of the day is tiger a bigger sports icon than nj. Sixty seven percent say no, it should be three percents say, yes. I mean, that's interesting. Absurd comparison they're not in the same category. Michael, Jordan, dwarfs Tiger Woods. Ira is a good argument by Pablo though that people don't watch golf when tiger doesn't play. Don't watch golf. They watch basketball. Does. Of course, I'm with you max, I mean, come on. All right to those those fine stupor week. We got more people stopping by tomorrow. It's going to be greenie in Jalen and all week. We're gonna have guys coming into debate these two by thanks, which will see the podcast first take weekdays ten eastern ESPN.

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Armstrong & Getty

39:01 min | Last month

Jewel Squeezing

"Around the world of you've never seen anything quite like one division amuse little couple. I don't ever request rolling stone raise. It's clever and deary on folding. Zoom real is finally back and you will believe what happens next in wolters immortal studios division original series now streaming only on disney plus. Is it time for careful. Widespread opening of schools across the country. Yes absolutely and you said the magical words. We've had this sort of almost at times. It feels like a comical debate. Where one side says this. Open up everything. Don't worry about it. All the other side says schools can't be made safe at all what this cd report does really based on all of this careful data we have is if we do smart things. We get kids and adults to wear masks. If we have a reasonable amount of ventilation we can open up school safely and they will not be sources of infection for people. Who are they're adults or kids so we clearly can do it but got to do it with those measures in place. Well you know you can do it. Because it's being done by lots of schools across the country house owns of schools private schools and non teacher union dominated district. Ah public schools so a third of students in america have not been in a classroom at all since last march right. That is amazing and like i said earlier. I'm not sure we could should continue calling distance learning because there ain't much learning happening that that that might be where the public pressure thing gets out of whack is that people don't people that don't have kids are assuming something that isn't true right then add to that number parents who really don't take part in their kids education. There are tragically quite a few of those schools operating in person have seen scant transmission to the corona virus according to the centers for disease control and prevention in a report released under the biden administration when masks and distancing employed the spread is less then outside of school. It's safer to be in school on average then just out in the community and yet the schools remained closed. We could if you like talk about the incredible losses. Fourth graders posting significant declines in reading but ten percent eleven percent in math. Thirteen percent in among eighth graders forty percent among minority kids et cetera et cetera. Different figures are coming out of different states Some of the the the loss in social science and math or just tragic depending on which district you're talking about the kids are just losing. You know they're falling so behind in the educational race. I mean what are you gonna do. Keep him in school tiller twenty six and so finished high school at age. Twenty six almost dropped the gd. It's so maddening to me. What is the what is it. What the left immediate being so in favor of the shut down the schools. I don't get that i was listening to. Npr this morning and they did a long story on the the. what's going on in chicago. Which were in talk more about whether or not it's going to turn into a strike. And how the county is gonna handle it and all that sort of stuff but you know at the very end the the anchor ask the reporter now. Some people think you can be back in school safely. Yeah there is some evidence out there that shows that schools aren't the superspreader event that was believed to be. And i thought well that's one way to put it. Wow zero evidence out there. That schools are a superspreader event. It'd be another way to put it. Oh and i would add on their mountains of evidence to the contrary but so why what is what the lefty media pro shut down the school media democrat union. That is let's it teachers unions in particular Please mr sean if you would clip number Let's let's go ahead and do forty across the country. Students are struggling. My kids have really suffered through. This process. grades are down. Attendance is down in school. Officials say kids need to be back in the classroom to fix it in many of the nation's largest cities the push for a return to in person learning is facing stiff resistance from teachers unions in chicago k. Through public school teachers are refusing. The city's order to be in there classrooms by tomorrow in demanding that all instruction stay online until teachers are vaccinated without being given access. To a vaccine quickly timely. We are putting our students. I'm more exposure and more and then we're bringing that home to our family is the science however tells a different story. New research from the cdc published today in the journal of the american medical association found no evidence that schools transmit the virus at a higher rate than the general community and concluded with good prevention with can safely reopen and keep open more schools. So there's not overwhelming evidence about fifty fifty on whether no there's no evidence that this is bad to send your kids to school margaret letting the teachers unions get away with this. I think we made a mistake in this whole teachers are heroes thing all these years. I think maybe that's where we went wrong. I would agree yeah. You don't question a hero. How could you. And they couldn't possibly form associations that are not working in our best interests in basel. We built it up to the point that they're beyond question. I guess margaret eho nine. The lead author of the journal of american medical association report. That conclusion here is with proper prevention efforts. We can keep transmission in schools and educational settings quite low. We didn't know that at the beginning of the year but the data has really accumulated and they cite multiple studies and yet clip number forty. Two teachers unions across the country are refusing to return to the classroom over. What they say are safety concerns. There's nobody that wants to get back into our schools more than our education employees. Heroux job during this in san francisco district officials were forced to scrap plans to reopen this week because they couldn't reach an agreement with the union and in baltimore public. School leaders are going ahead with a plan to reopen next month. Despite union protests after data showed more than half of students in grades three to twelve failed class during remote learning more than half failed. So can you remember when reagan fired all the air traffic controllers can do just fire all the teachers now. If you want to come back we'll hire you right back to your old job immediately. Now that you've been fired. Smell come in the classroom but schools starting on monday right in the classroom so same salary. Same everything if you want your job back but everybody's fired right now right. Can they do that. In fact we'll even take the salary of the no shows and divided up among y'all we'll call it hazard pay if you want even though the hazardous less than going about your everyday everyday you do whatever you want. Just get the damn kids in school. It's unbelievable and i will note that that report from special report with bret baier. You know named a number of very very blue cities in which the city leadership is howling at the teachers unions. Get in to class and the teachers unions that further laughed or so self serving are saying no to the leadership of the very far left governments. I haven't been listening to nakedly progressive radio this morning. Npr which inexplicably is partly funded by tax dollars And they were was it. Npr no you know what it was cnn. Come to think of it Cnn was interviewing. phil murphy. Who's the governor of new jersey and to my shock and surprise the the ankara after an interview with him said. Hey look this. New cd study says opening schools with just basic precautions is safe and she went down. Gave you the facts that we did The chance of transmission schools is less than the general law day to day life of the students and teachers. I mean it's it's a safe place to be so and some people are suggesting it's only the teachers unions that are keeping the schools closed and i thought. Oh my god and my listening to fox is unbelievable and bill murphy. Who knew this is one of the most gifted tap dancers and savion glover. He launched into a name. Fine tap dash bringing the noise bring in the funk. Remember that back in the day yeah. He's on sesame street. Back with my kids were little wonderful. Joe with a tap dancer reference at the money. Yeah oh yeah. I could go a couple more deep if you want how. Anyway where was i. S so phil murphy. New jersey then launched into a. It's like a. It's a word. It wasn't a word salad. It was a word salad bar. People could lineup fifteen deep. And i'll get fed any hob talked education and importance and teachers and the job. They do the borton. Safety and blah blah blah blah and. He never answered the question. The anchorage should a nailed him down. But he's one of those people fell. I'm talking to you buddy. You come for me if you want. Because i'm coming for you. You're one of those people who is such a ho for the unions. You are so willing to trade your dignity your principles the souls of children and god knows what else for those dollars following just he does dallas though and screw the kids screw the child suicides the adolescent suicides the loss learning scroll 'em keep those dollars common. You disgust me and there are a lot of your colleagues in the same group house. They're not more of a pushback among teachers against their own unions. It's a dangerous thing to do. I'm sure it is. Would we know if there was. I don't know they would be whistle blowers they would come out. They would do interviews. Bear with dr and fox news. We'll talk to them. They'd be the only ones. But i've talked to teachers. Because i've i've had the the pleasure to know a number of my kid's teachers through the years partly because my wife is super involved in schools and everything And they're a hell of a lot of conservatives among them but you will get stabbed in the back ever re day if you are known as a a naysayer to the union. We got this text from somebody who's Who's been doing this. Not much teaching going on virtually or either. I said there's no learning going on. There's very little learning going on. It's a forty minute crash course of math with audio issues. Kids inter getting dropped. It feels like every subject in school. Now it's not teaching. I'm teaching virtual. It's an s show and the high school kids go. I don't know what that is must be a word missing and that the kids that are falling behind in the low Kids will never recover. I wonder about that too. Yeah well and it's well known among educators Not the teachers unions but people who actually care about kids and educating them that you have to keep kids on the education Treadmills had keep them on the path because if kids lose interest and they go away they almost never come back now. Which is why school. Sports are so important and extracurriculars and that sort of thing because often kids who would have veered off the path. They love playing the good their sport or their instrument. Or whatever and you keep them around swag stra curricular so important so now you don't have that in the end. The whole learning thing is so frustrating in practically useless in spite of and it should be said some really valiant efforts by educators to keep the kids engage. It was my Varsity tap dancing class. That kept me in school. Because i idolized the great. What's his name Savion glover gregory hines came to your school once and it. Just turn your world around. We did have a big poster. Sammy davis junior up on the wall year. Yeah he's no bill bojangles but the sam's great anyway. Where were we so. This is all wrong. Why should we can. School completely agree now. I think we've made the case It is up to you now to march on mass to your school board meetings with your friends and your neighbors give them a call. Email him right now. Squeeze those unions twist their arms. Let them know that they are committing. Perhaps suicide by flying so obviously in the face of what is right. And if you got info insider info hit us with the text four one. Five two nine five k. Ftc getty the armstrong and getty show. Now we have some interesting stuff about The still digging into the presidential election who voted to how and what counties like counties that voted for obama twice then for trump looking more into those really interesting trying to figure out the way people vote but anyway more on that coming up. How do you feel about tawdry. I would say if you don't like tawdry this segment is not for you. How tawdry like to the point of pornographic or early tawdry. So there's a new book out about the whole monica lewinsky. Bill clinton affair okay. Yeah written by linda tripp. Who you might remember died last year. She did Quickly from think pancreatic cancer anyway. She'd been working on a memoir. That has come out posthumously. Did you just say memoir. I did the name of the book is a basket of deplorables. What i saw inside the clinton white house. I think that's an awesome title. On-ice has really good counterpunch. I'm she was not a fan of the clintons and linda tripp tapes. I'm looking around and you know. She saw a lot of an up close in the this story of bill. Clinton had an affair with an intern. Got impeached kind of over at and linda tripp was like the only confidante that monica lewinsky and turn had so linda tripp was privy to a lot of information. And she's really the one that came forward and blew the whole thing up Which was really. I think awful. I think she You know a a young woman told somebody thought was her friend about You know relationship which she was having and then this woman went to the press with it. Which i think is terrible but she had a beautiful melodic speaking voice though. Didn't she might trip. Do we have a little said at the end. What the worst they can say. Oh you want. You didn't say whether you wearing no. I was even worse than that. And but then with even worse worse. Worse than what i said was i was just like i really how you'll die you die. You're gonna smack me probably monica. What do you think. I got only thing i could say you love me. No i love you. Yep he didn't he did. We're getting out that. I like i. I love you but head. Calm him head. You didn't get what he said. That was just hung up hung up. I was like oh my god what the hell just came out of my mouth. No sex up a child. Yeah anyway she is obviously very Very young she's twenty three years old anyway. She's telling linda tripp or was she. She lands there to pentagon and linda tripp. Everybody who worked there like somebody she knows somebody important because you don't get this job here with her background unless somebody important put you here for some reason so they they all figure that out right away and then linda tripp started to suspect. It was bill clinton than at some point You know. Monica confessed to her. And all these taped phone calls which linda tripp handily recorded. Because she's a pretty evil person. I think linda tripp And then we found out about it later but so some stuff that i'd never heard in here. For instance monica. A bill had cut off all ties with her. And probably after. I love you might have been after that very phone. Call no doubt Oh boy he cut off ties with her in poor mon becau- on a cook. Because she was you know early twenties and naive about love and relationships and married men and all that sort of stuff she thought it was just you know his evil wife and handlers aren't letting him contact me but he loves me and we're going to be together someday. That's what she thought. Wow it was just a matter of time before they were going to be together yeah and the hillary's throwing bill this big fiftieth birthday bash in chicago huge deal. Five thousand people as a fundraiser is to make a whole bunch of money for the clintons but and monica ticket very expensive ticket. Poboy wanna ticket. Fancy dress went there and says she got close enough to build that in a crowd. She walked up to him and squeezed his jewels. Know them and squeeze them in her hands while she was a combination of naievety aggressiveness. That it's practically out of porn. I've never done this before. But i want to do it right now. I'm got to tell you the the the add onto that little story. There's a little more to it. There's more oh. I just think it's interesting but Read that book. i don't really need the influent. Plus working from home and productivity what are studies fine hall boy strong and getty good afternoon. Would you like to try a free sample of our double fudge brownie. Oh that's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure yup still very good. Some things never change like never being able to take just one sample and geico. Saving folks. Lots of money on their car insurance macadamia nut. I taste you take one more. Yeah i thought so. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more. The armstrong and getty show turns out. Stars are just like us because the hollywood elite earn a covid nineteen vaccine scramble leveraging their clout and connections to be the first to get inoculated as well. They showed if the hollywood elite don't survive this. Who will sing us. Imagine during the next pandemic how good mockery colder there. That was on day. Four of the pandemic when they dropped their imagine tracked. Yeah they've hitches mis-read every possible within boy we have Important stuff on the way are interesting stuff stuff that matters to you. I certainly hope so. about Politics schools the kobe. Tetra i'm just trying to cover for the fact that what i'm telling you is merely tawdry and gossip for the most part There there's a new book out by linda tripp. Who is monica. Lewinsky's confidant during the whole lewinsky clinton affair monica You'll have listen to podcasts. Here the run up to this story but in in the new book. There's a story from linda tripp. About how monica lewinsky went to bills fiftieth birthday party that hillary threw for five thousand guests. It was a giant fundraiser. Is really what it was monica ticket. Because she hasn't heard from bill in a long time even though she believes they're in love buys a ticket gets a fancy dress she's been shunted off to the pentagon at this point but she She thinks bill you know wants to be with her and Deeply in love with her as she is with him. It's just you know. Her handlers are his evil wife. What's getting in the way. She goes to the party and manages to get close enough to the president of the united states that she grabs his testicles with their hand and gives them a squeeze whole boy. Hello to you. And she comes back and tells linda tripp this story when she gets back from the party Now i think there's a decent chance that she Didn't get within an hundred miles of the president and it'd be way too embarrassing to say that. And she made up that story for for her own psyche and for everybody else. I think i think that's a possibility. Yes yes that anybody does You know yes somebody likes you. Where are you gonna come back and tell your friends. No they wouldn't even talk to me. Oh yeah we made. We made out for a while. But i broke up with them. I think there's a chance of that sure. Yeah it's well it's kinda hard to imagine in a group of five thousand people. You're just a regular ticket buyer that you got close enough. To the president. In a crowd to cup his testicles. Linda tripp's take on it in the book is. There's no way if that happened that she did that without the secret service knowing the secret service does not take their eye off the president and stuff that in a crowd somebody could grab his testicles and they'd be completely unaware. I think you're picturing grab from infront. I'm picturing the she crawl around on the floor no no. I'm picturing the arm around the brush on the back then the drop down and reach under the open under the up and under which is much more difficult to track. I don't do this to people so i don't have all the time. Well thank you for that implication. Well they don't train that technique and your one right exactly vance maneuver exactly known attempt this home so yes it even especially if the president had his back to the wall or something like that you could get surrounded by people shake his hand pat him on the back and she patted him than reading up. And on the only scenario i can see it happen or something like that where they were doing like a photo line and yes. We're just going through the motions. And she she's quote. I know somebody who does that kind of security. I'm going to ask them if it would be possible for someone to cup. The president's genitalia s mentioned the up under maneuvering out the secret service being aware of it. Because it's long been believed right. They completely new. That fair was going on there. Letting some nobody into the oval office and all that sort of stuff for a while left so they probably oh there she is. Okay here we go you know. She had a codename. They kept quiet because the secret service is well. It's there in the name well if somebody's protecting me from a clever Assassins i would hope that. Nobody unless they were supposed to could get close enough to do that to me without the secret service being aware of it right right if she was an agent of putin she smeared a little of that Nerve agent on his ten parts. It was the high dollar ticket affair right. I've already gone through some sort of semblance security screening walking through a subway terminal. Yeah i i think you're too willing to dismiss the young woman probably because she's a woman. It's probably misogyny. I think she did exactly what she claimed to. But linda tripp thought otherwise no she. She just thought that the secret service absolutely knew that that happened over experience was. There's no way you get that close to the president without them allowing it to happen all right. Let's quite the claim. But i think i'll be reading that no as that. Life is short. 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Your fascination continues anyway We can do part of it though the session really with so many americans working from home due to the chinese bat fever and the restrictions on businesses home electrical usage has gone up and so of bills a company that sells energy monitoring devices just released an analysis and actually the device sounds of interesting. But you pay for advertising around here. I'm not gonna give it for free. California residents they say spent about one hundred and seventy six dollars more on their utility bills in two thousand twenty compared to twenty nineteen. There's a real cost to staying at home. Said the vice president of this company that makes this device. Maybe you don't notice it month to month but we definitely noticed it after over the year. So one hundred seventy six dollars for the entire year which might be explained away by it was a somewhat hotter summer. Oh yeah easily. Easily one month. Yeah so badly and then inexplicably the san diego. Union tribune goes into a long ad- about the device which provides real time data on household. Electric city can track appliances electronics devices. E belva help identify energy drains et cetera. Again my lee interesting but then the about fifty thousand of these monitors have been installed cross country. So is this an ad or is it a story wonder if this is a new thing journalism but the numbers on productivity and meetings will shock you working from home. How's it working out. Stay with us. The armstrong and getty show Is from the tax lines so jacker you saying the secret service never takes their eye off the ball. Yes something along. Well done my friend so back to the question workplace or not workplace working from home productivity working remotely productivity and. I'm saying if it turns out people are as productive or even close to his productive at home as they were in the office. Everything in america changes everything. 'cause people don't need to be in clustered in cities they moved to different places which affects tax bases schools. I mean everything changed automotive industry. Joe heck yeah. for instance. public transit is all right. Well the the democratic Bela bill has lots of money for public transit. because nobody's writing it anyway Lot of it was bad either. Begin with before the pandemic so jeff fowler friend of the armstrong and getty show writing in the walpole mentions that for about sixty three million american workers during the pandemic. The internet made working from home. Or is he put its wearing comfy. Sweatpants all possible White collar jobs built around zoom call slack messages and dropbox files have also changed. How work gets done. Not entirely for the better. It has meant longer days a study of the early weeks. A lockdown published by the national bureau of economic research found the average workday increased by forty eight point five minutes and the number of meetings increased by thirteen percent management scientists. I don't think i've ever heard that term before. I mean i know. There's a study of management organization so it makes sense that their management scientists they call it a virtual form of present. Tease them feeling. Like you have to show your face for zoom just to make people think you're not slacking off while i was talking to somebody yesterday in a certain big company who has to fill out all kinds of paperwork that they never had to fill out before that takes up so much time to show that they're still busy because it's not as easy for managers to keep their eyes on them and i guess the managers don't trust their employees. I think higher better people if you don't think they're actually doing their work rather than have them spent forty eight forty five minutes of their eight hour workday filling out paperwork to show that they're working well and there are clearly managers who are not clearly managing. They're not giving. They're not doing a daily meeting for instance but this will restrict helping people do a better job. This will restructure all that they have to show that they're doing something so hall meeting or whatever so thirteen percent increase in mid meanwhile overall productivity has decreased by two three percent for most organizations reports bain and company because of poor collaboration and inefficient work practices. Keep that number in your back pocket for a second. Because we're gonna come back to that two point three two three percent less productivity. That's pretty small on the other. Hand pew survey americans Being able to work from home fifty four percent say they'd still want to work remotely pandemic end. That's barely over half. So that's interest-. I've i've known management types. I've never understood this about jobs. I've known bosses in all kinds of i'm thinking manual labor. I can think a white collar that if you're able to get your j- your work done in less than eight hours that somehow like a bad thing all. Yeah oh you so we need to figure out something where you're like busy that other our even if it's pointless we can't have the word. Go up that we could work harder and faster and more efficiently because then we'll have to but in recent washington post live interview slacks chief executive stewart butterfield told me companies have been able to use remote. Work is an opportunity to re reexamine all forms of office orthodoxy. Now this is clearly in metric. Great idea the point. you're making. What other assumptions. What other kinds of practices at processes are we kind of blindly keeping the rotation when perhaps they're more effective ways to do it. He said Let's see workplace techniques evolved to some fifty seven percent of remote workers felt less connected to co workers will. That's because you're less connected over the internet than you are in person. No doubt about that. There can also be too much connection. Every time i get a slack message. I hear at reverberate around my house on my computer. My phone my ipad. Keeping the distinction between work and personal time shouldn't be a constant battle rights jeff fowler in the wasco. Now i saw that. Bain and co. number. They're a big investment firm. A big you know. Like what do you call mergers and acquisitions they take over companies and stuff like that and i have some experience with them and wasn't a hundred percent sure That i trusted that number because they did it. So i went digging around and found a nice little digest once again by coincidence in the san diego union tribune cited them last segment. I think a recent study published by the becker friedman institute for economics at the university of chicago. The institute's report based on surveys and other data said extra time was not extra time not driving was mainly given two extra work that that makes perfectly good sense to me if you're eliminating Between thirty minutes and two hours of driving that's got to turn into more productivity and if it's not you need different employees yeah. I figured out that from garage door to office door. When i actually get started working it takes me an hour ten every day and after my very surgeries and During covid when we were trying to do not have the entire show wiped out at various points. i've been working remotely from my home studio. I am in the real studio today but anyway And that's my practice. I mean i love my job. And i wanna do i wanna do it. Well so i'm not sleeping an extra thirty five to forty minutes. Every morning i get up at the same time in dive into work and feel so ready when the show begins And that experience if you're motivated that's what people are doing. I do think the lack of contact with co workers will over time become a problem. Can some of it's working now. Because he already had a relationship with them. Yes andrea hundred percent with the whole schooling thing yesterday relationship with friends and teachers but when it's only that and you never established a relationship to begin with i mean who how else am i gonna fill the void of my life of asking somebody how their weekend was. When i don't actually care exactly nicholas bloom economist. At stanford university of worked on the study said his conclusion was americans were too hard on themselves with their work from home productivity Can americans actually are americans actually more productive working from home. Lynn rieser Point loma nazarene. university She mentioned the lack of commuting. The rest of it. Kelly cunningham san diego institute for economic research said depending on experience level working at home tends to be more productive. Recent harvard business review study found working at home health officers quote focus on the work. That really matters. Workers took on more responsibility for their own schedules. Viewing actual work completed as more worthwhile to their employer as well as to themselves as opposed to time spent working. They spent twelve percent less time drawn into large meetings and nine percent more time interacting with customers and external partners. Then they asked gary london. London motor advisors one measure productivity is time invested. Working at home expands. The amount of time a person can work rather than the commute which is not. i don't know i committed. I don't hate commuting. i never did Listen to the radio. Listen to news and just unwind on the way home. Not bring the work stress home. So there's that but The productivity unknown includes the benefits of being around your coworkers formally and informally probably zoomed cannot replace that and there's more they ask four experts in and it's a little more of the same. Jackie make an excellent point about. If you already have a cohesive at organization. I mean it's like the difference between staying in love from a distance and falling in love from a distance. They're it's very different question as to whether you can do it. And what was the. Oh the other thing. I was going to point out in wide. Like the bane study was so useless. Is i have talked to somebody in financial services who said and he used the word needs a very sober guys not prone to Hyperbole he said our productivity has skyrocketed. I've also talked to people who said the amount of slacking is unbelievable. Well i've also seen from some companies that i'm aware of on the company side of it. Assigning just crap busy work to try to like somehow have more control over their employs. That's making the miserable lagging the more miserable than they ought to be like. I said if. I'm allegedly a coach of people and we're not together if i assign them a form to fill out they fill it out then. I do a report on how they filled it out. That looks like coaching. Yeah true so well. There's certainly some of that going on. Well you can't fault somebody for trying to not lose their gig in these troubled times boy. Another expert sites that commute time preparation for grooming. We're so dude heavy around here A of gals spend thirty forty five minutes getting dolled up for it. Takes me an hour to look like this really before. So so there's see me right now. That would be extra laureus. Yeah yeah shaven. Hooded sweatshirt guy from scripts health says before. I was skeptical at best. But now we have twenty seven hundred back office administrative and support staff working from home. And from all indications they've been very productive as a as a saleswoman told us. I can't remember the last time i were abroa- think how much time is saved by not putting on the ball is the whole putting your arms through that region be high on the cup size. Ignore the cup size. Yes thank you. What's your experience. four one. Five two nine five k. ftc armstrong and getty to show you how easy it is to file a claim with geico. We hired a soap opera star. Gracious me my car has storm damage and had to buy a claim could possibly get worse when my claims team leave me for someone else. Someone less intense. No actually when you file a claim with geico you get your own dedicated claims team. Who promises to stay with you throughout the process. I've never known such loyalty. I can't wait for the second season. Geigo great service without all the drama.

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How To Raise Successful Kids, So Says Science!

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How To Raise Successful Kids, So Says Science!

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either by reading his inc magazine her huffington post articles or you you misspelled trying to google search bill murray they actor but in his article seven science back things you must do to race successful kids bill murphy says it's not what you try once or what attitudes you hold it is what you actually do every single day so a little tiny bit more about bill murphy i enjoyed looking over his website he says he's a he works on business development for a company called some spider in new york city based digital media company that runs the summer awesome properties on the web and he says he is an army veteran a recovery lawyer which i loved andrew lucked in cat owner which i think a lot of people can identify with so so let's get into this article and i've got some supporting evidence and research there were gonna talk about as well so he he quotes aristotle aristotle said we are what we repeatedly do excellence then is not an act but habit so bill says it's true whether were talking about ourselves or are children dead again think about that concept from aristotle we are what we repeatedly do so he recently talked not aristotle but bill murphy about an article that he had written about a about how wealth 'em in wealthy parents can give kids in the bandage which apparently was a bit controversial i did go back and look at the article and so when you do a link to his article on my show notes so i just wanted to bring little attention to that you kind of get met with that when you first turn to this article but he said let's set that one side and focus instead on seven things that almost every parent can do for their kids every single day together more of an edge and so he said while writing at tech insider there were two researchers rachel gillette and drake bayer and they put together in a very fancy word at great compendium of research backed advice so he a in a in a link to that as well he says this article is well worth rating and so in in also bill murphy has eighty free e book on the subject of how to raise successful kids that admittedly i have not looked over yet but he says it's free and he you could download it from his website but here we go let's get onto the number one number one is make your kids do chores now first of all i take exception with the word make of course it would be how to encourage your kids to do chores 'em gently not even gently maybe a lovingly aggressively nudge them tore doing chores but he says taking out the garbage mowing the lawn doing the dishes they're not just ways to make your life easier but their ways to make your kid's life better to andy quoting julie lift got hanes who is a former stanford university dean and author of how to raise in adult which if you recognize that title 'em my friend jonathan album and i did a book review that book somewhere i think maybe it was back in the fifties sixties as far as virtual couch episodes go but julie hamm says by making them do chores they realize quote i have to do the work of life in order to be a part of life in and i really do appreciate that concept now this is one where i think a lot of parents they're listening in my hand is race literally and raising it right now where i haven't necessarily sincerely been the best at a at doing the chores people do their chores charts they try to motivate their kids a lot of times it's more work to try to get their kids do their chores and i've often told clients in session that i wanna do it entire podcast series on the dishes in here's swear i'm going from and gonna do this little bit off the cuff but so i will have people talk about their kids not doing the dishes and i will have them talk about all these excuses at a kid makes and doing the dishes and i know that from nurtured heart parenting aspect and i've done several episodes on their heart parenting we are trying to hide or buttons or trenton not react negatively so when our kids don't do the dishes in theory we don't react we don't blow up we we give them an opportunity and we see opportunities to praise so when they do something when they do a little bit of the dishes or or that sort of thing that we'd get to say things like hey i appreciate you doing the dishes that sure helps out a year mom and me that sort of concept and i have a lot of people say that in that moment though when they're not doing the dishes what do i do then there's nothing there praise and i know i can kind of at times feel like i have an answer for everything especially when it comes to parenting but di di di work of parenting is happening not just in that moment where they're not doing the dishes but it's nurturing this good behavior building this dinner well it's noticing them throughout the day it's it's pointing out these positive things not just saying good job champ but it's a hey appreciate the you picking up you're brother from school today that really helps me a lot or i love it when i see you being nice to you're grandma that shows me how kind and compassionate you are so you just start to become a little bit more intentional on building this inner wealth in you're in you're child so then when we get to this moment where they're not doing the dishes you know in theory we are posted in kind of step back and say hey tell me what's going on for you why why aren't you went you really feeling upper doing the dishes right now and i know the kids are gonna make excuses but the kid wants to be hurt so if they feel like life is not fair or a you know they're kind of giving you i'll do it later then it's hearing them and not immediately going on they attack in and saying okay you know i hear you that makes sense i can't understand you wanna finish whatever you're doing i just worry that this is just a situation where you're not gonna do the dishes that that's the way it's not like i'm about ready to start on the whole parenting podcast so i will kind of take a break there but so the concept is having to do their chores and then my whole point is as he nurtured heart parenting person or as and emotionally focused e f t a type of therapists who says i will have little bit empathy and compassion so tell me more but it is hearing you're kids and and then trying to come up or figure out the reasons why they're not doing the chores is happening but that and the reason i set the table with that concept is he also says at the end of this part one he says related being authoritative parent rather than authoritarian ori permissive one create a world in which you're child grows up with a respect for authority but doesn't feel strangled by it and i think that's maybe where i should read that paragraph before i went on that tangent about the chart parenting is that you can be in authoritative parent rather than authoritarian or a permissive when permissive when we know how that one goes right hey a new you're dishes do the dishes do the chores and we never follow up and then we get angry about why are you doing anything and then we we raise their voices and we get really angry and then they do something and so we created this pattern where kids only react when we get angry and i think a lot of parents that i talked to fall into that that pattern so they say but they don't do anything until i yell and it's like all right but we've kind of set the stage where they're they're not gonna do anything until you yell because you're not gonna a really do anything until yell so so it's kind of a it's it's it's the the whole set up there so growing up with a respect for authority but not feeling strangled by it i did a couple of episodes on teaching kids empathy which i think is back in the eighties or nineties of episodes not years but the the numbers of episodes on the virtual couch and in those there's a lot of concept there about being able to nurture empathy and a lot of that comes from sharing your experiences of what you're seeing with regard to people and things in the world and having you're you're a kid be heard as well so i think that's a big part where you can help someone grow this respect for authority but not feel strangled by and the concept of authoritative versus authoritarian authoritarian is the person who is going to lay down the law at all you know regardless of of hearing a circumstance or situation or unique situation about from you're a teenager or you're kid and i know and i know i know that a lot of kids a what they're gonna say is the reason why they're not doing things is gonna sound like an excuse and this is it's where i love the jump into this world of acceptance and commitment therapy if my goal though is building a relationship with my child then a is does that sound like an excuse you know yes no it probably is unexcused but they're giving but his daddy workable are productive thought torture goal of building a relationship with their kid here's where i go back to this doing episodes a completely about doing the dishes if your goal is to have deep dish is done you know at all costs at the cost of the relationship you're kid then by all means then you jumped into this authoritarian authoritarian role and you will demand in in anger and have those dishes done at the expense of that relationship with their kid so there was number one make your kids do chores number two seed teach them social skills 'em bill murphy says says have you ever worked with socially awkward people he said i'll probably be no surprise to you learned in a twenty year study at penn state and duke found the kids were good social skills turned out to be more successful socially competent children who could cooperate with their peers without prompting be helpful the others understand their feelings and resolve problems on their own were far more likely to earn a college degree in heavy fulltime job by age twenty five then those would ltd social skills according to these researchers gillette in bear an end here's the part where an and i didn't even mention this up front but i've ashley been emailed this particular article a couple of times in ask the get my thoughts on it so that's part of what a what prompted this on this podcast recordings i thought we could do some good work around parenting and a talking about how to raise kids but then i also i coming up if you're in a little bit i've got a couple of things that might question some of the research that is that is in this article or i think if anything it's gonna show you that we really need to figure out what your particular goals are as a parent based on your own values and then how do you implement those in this kind of framework of of creating a of or becoming a better parent so teaching these these social skills how do you do that i would i would refer back to this concept of how to teach a kid empathy and these these episodes and i did earlier maybe on i need the link to those in the show notes as well a lot of that is just this concept of being right there alongside you're kid and helping them understand figure out the world asking them what are the things they are seeing 'em have them described to you a people did they see an end emotions and be able to start the label in name emotions that some of that fundamental work is going into teaching them social skills is it normal in in here's where i wanna talk as well you know that it wasn't gonna break into the world of personality disorders are the dreaded narcissism simmer those sort of things i do a lot of podcasts on but if you look at the research that's kind of around personality disorders it's pretty fascinating a lot of people wanna know are they in nature nurture is that something that my child is born with their have i have i created this person with a personality personality disorder in in what i really appreciate is some of the some of the research some of the data that says that you know when our kids were little every kid is self centered that's the kind of the way they work on life is about what is happening to them in as they have this this secure sure attachment to hopefully a parent or parents or grandparents or people in their life as they have the secure attachment where they feel like the person does care about them here's them there for them cares about them wants to know more about them they they slowly move from the self centered concept to self confident now that doesn't mean that if were not self confident that something happened along the way there's still a lot of factors of variables at play but but that that concept is that the more that we're kind of their with them and become help them become that secure attachment in the more they can move from self centered some more of the self confident which along the way is teaching them social skills all right let's move onto number three teach and demonstrate high educational expectations and i really liked this a lot then the kind of go off on a little bit of a tangent here to he says it were combining two practices here but they're related he meaning bill murphy author he says first university of michigan study finds and if you want your kids to go to college present yourself as a good role model by make making sure you finisher education first and he said meantime make it clear that you expect him to study through college to end so right away here in this is the part where i love the therapists a part of me at the just bubbles up they can't turn off and that is the concept of if somebody is hearing this now and they're feeling they oh no i didn't finish college i'm not that role model what's wrong with me you're the only one that has that those private experiences in lead you to the point where you're at right now you know the the nature of the nurture the birth order the the things you've been through in life attachments the lack of attachments knee you know whether you moved whether you've had people and you're a life die all these sort of things so when you hear this you know if you want your kids college present yourself as a good role model you know working that's that's the template that kind of this this researcher this study is working from if you didn't finish college in that wasn't something that is important for you then that's okay i mean that's the data that were working with so teaching demonstrate high educational expectations doesn't just i mean having someone attendee four year college degree 'em this is the part where i have people that have wonderful they they provide wonderful examples of a trade schools technical schools 'em auto mechanics ity on those sort of things is well a boy a lot around like nursing ultrasound a sign of grand you all these this kind of technologies where you go and learn eight trade is a very valuable trade is they pays well a cosmetology school all these things that are that are educational experiences and so we can model those it doesn't doesn't mean you just have to have a four year degree but a but the quote here as says parents who saw college in their child's future seemed to manage their child toward that goal irrespective of their income and other assets said you cla professor neil helping who studied data from sixty six hundred kids who were all born in the year two thousand one so i think the point there which i like is it even fill in anything if it's parents instead who says says parents who saw college in a child's future if it was his parents who saw higher education fills parents who who saw eight trade if it was parents who saw education continuing their child's future didn't seem demand is their goal toured that a tour poured that would be a similar my words here man is their child toward that goal irrespective of incoming other assets i think that's the key so it's a really it's that concept of building that relationship with the whittier with their kid with their child with their teen and then working toward their future being alongside them for that ride being able to nurture those things things 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couch all right back to the show okay end we are back so number four picking up their number four teach them then being kids develop good relationships so here's where things get a little bit a controversial but i wanna do a little bit of side research i'm gonna bring a few different things in so so hang on hang in there with me for a second indie article bill murphy says teach them how to develop good relationships he says we've all heard of parents whose marriages were feeling blue decided to stay together for the sake of the kids he says that might be a memorable but it matters more that they have good relationships with each parent end with siblings if they have any so then he quotes eight university of illinois study showed that it matters more kids were up in a home without conflict among their peers and siblings then if their parents worked together he'd been quoted as he said in second a study of children born into poverty reported that quote children who receives sensitive caregiving in their first three years of life did better in school and healthier relationships and greater academic attainment in their thirties that was according to the research in gillette and bear so so i i had a hard time 'em in housing and talk about a little bit later this one actually a little bit more at any bill a bit of a rerecord on a couple of these points and this is one of where i and my initial recordings i just kind of pass through that but i call it the marriage therapist of me but i know there are a lot of people listening that are concerned about a divorce haven't been through divorce are contemplating a divorce and so to them a couple of paragraphs and it just kinda validates maybe their experience or if it doesn't apply to them they move on but you know again marriage therapist me seeing tony couples a weaker more i do recognize that how difficult this can be when someone doesn't feel like their relationship is a solid as it needs to be and they worry about the facts be affected as having on their children and a lotta times people say i'm gonna they were gonna stay together for the kids or we're gonna make it until are youngest one is eighteen and that's the part where i i understand i have empathy for i can't have a complete understanding but i empathy for a lot of people in those situations because if we go to those private experiences of those people that i work that that there's a good chance there are a lot of times they have been children of divorce or they remember what that was like in so they they will but get very emotional in the room and want to spare their children any of those kind of similar feelings are concepts that they may have may have had so there's a article that i keep bookmarked often and it's from the scientific american and it's a by how arca which is called his divorce pamper children and i'll i'll link to this as well so i think there's some really interesting data here he says many of the one point five million children in the usa whose parents divorce every year fields at their world's falling apart he says divorcing parents who usually very concerned about the welfare of their children during this troublesome process some parents are so worried that they remain unhappy marriage is believing it will protect their offspring from the trauma of divorce yet parents parents who split have reasons for hope researchers have found and only a relatively small percentage of children experienced serious problems in the wake of divorce or later as adults and then he says it in this article his article he says we discussed the findings of all the factors that may protect children from the potentially harmful full effects of divorce and again i i know there's a lot of my audience the a lot of people listen the virtual couch 'em are are having some challenges in their marriage and i know that there are a lot of components in factors there societal pressures a there's a religious community per pressures and i want you to know i understand that and i know that there are commitments covenants things that have been made that a lot of times people feel like there is no option this is their lot in life and so again i i hear you and only you know only you can be the one who ultimately decides what is what is right for you and your relationship what you are what you are willing to 'em i don't wanna say put up west but what you're willing to deal with what you're willing to do and the reasons behind that again that is your own private experience you're own a personal journey and so in those situations i just oftentimes just say you know just do do all you can to try to repair or build that relationship or that relationship is unsalvageable trouble in some so judgmental for me to say that if you feel like that relationship is is not salvageable then by all means please build up your own emotional baseline and that's the part where i hear i work with several teenagers of it probably every week in fact felt like i was saying i've worked with several teenagers over fifteen years i've worked with hundreds of teenagers over fifteen years in the where they are children her divorce so where a lot of new divorces inevitable and they knew that their parents didn't have a positive relationship they often will identify one of their parents is the quote the rock the person who is really a who they turn to who they they know that that parent is going through a lot and so so again i i understand that each of these situations is different and there's a reason why someone wants to stay for the time but they wanna stay but it but if there's a chance to repair that relationship please do all you can if you're partner is not willing to do that 'em sending my podcast settled for something to get the thinking a button if none of that is going to work work as well then then by all means please new you're on individual work raise that emotional baseline put yourself in a position where you can be that rock you could be the person for your kids so back to this this article by how markowitz so he's a divorce and back affects most children in the short run but research suggests the kids recover rapidly after the initial blow in two thousand two studies psychologist mavis heather heather intent of the university of virginia and her then graduate student in mitchell elmore found that many children experience short term negative effects some divorce especially anxiety anger shock and disbelief but but then a says those reactions typically diminished disappeared by the end of the second year only a minority of kids suffer longer most children divorce also do well in the longer term in a quantitative review of literature in two thousand one sociologist just paul are our motto then a pennsylvania pennsylvania state university examined the possible effects of children several years after eight divorce the studies compared children married parents with those who experienced divorce at different ages investigators follow these kids into until later adulthood adolescence or the teenage years assessing their academic achievement emotional and behavioral problems delinquency self concept in social relationships so this is a very indepth study on average the the studies found only a very small difference on all these measures between children were divorced parents and those from intact families suggesting that the vast majority of children in during the divorce well so here's the part that i really find interesting about about this research researchers have consistently found high levels of parental conflict during and after divorce or associated with poor adjustment children now you would wanna say well no kidding in and i know that this whole topic deserves a podcast on its own is matter of fact i need to do that but i often have people that when they're going through divorce they say they just you wanna do whatever's right for the kids but then their own issues get in the way there's anger there's a their sadness there's withdraw all these i can't understand those emotions but if the goal is to put the children first then you know is it fair to have those emotions absolutely is it productive to air the mountain front of the kids know it you know and so that's the part where just really getting down and doing some really good coparenting a counseling is a good thing but really following ground rules and just understanding but we still have this coparenting do we have to do for the kids so 'em hearing a weird i type okay apparently when the marital conflict is let me back up i don't wanna miss this purchases they important part which got me off a little bit of soapbox there so the effects of conflict click before separation however maybe the reverse in some cases so lean back further so researchers have consistently found high levels of parental conflict during and after divorce or associated with poor adjustment children that's where i went off the path effects of conflict before the separation however maybe the reverse verse in some cases this is this is so interesting and in nineteen eighty five study hetherington in her associates reported at some children who were exposed the high levels of marital discord prior divorce ashley justed better than children who experience low levels now that doesn't mean a go amp up the marital discord before divorce but it's just this is the data the way the data presented apparently when marital conflict is muted children often unprepared when told about upcoming divorced and that's that concept of when someone feels blindsided if they think everything's going on everything's going fine again the goal is not argue in front of the kids this is just kind of the way the data presented their surprise there even terrified by the news in addition children from high discord families may experience the divorce is a welcome relief from their parents fighting that's the part that i thought was really fascinating because you know i will have if i'm doing couples therapy all couples who say i make and i'm sure my kids don't have a clue if i'm doing counseling with teenagers who know their parents have a relationship issues or conflict in the marriage they they're very aware extremely aware that that's the case so taking together the findings suggest that only a small percentage of young people experienced divorce related problems in again that's not saying they they experienced none but it's in long term even hear the causes of these lingering difficulties remain on certain some troubles may arise from conflict between mom and dad associated with the divorce the stress of the situation could also cause the quality parenting suffer i think that's a there's so many hidden gems here that the stress of the situation of the divorce because the quality of parenting the supper so when i'm working with a couple and working with an individual going through a divorce you know it's it's again self care race that baseline and the be there be there for your kids who knew you're best not to let that quality of the parenting the suffer divorce frequently contributed depression anxiety and substance abuse and wonder both parents so that may bring about difficulties and balancing work and child rearing and these problems cannon pair of parents ability to offer children's stability and love when they are most in need a man i've got a two more perry hold wasn't here for a second if you're if you're interested in this part if not you could see had a fifteen thirty seconds they experienced a divorce also create problems do not appear until late in the teenage years or adulthood in two thousand in a book titled unexpected legacy of divorce a twenty five year landmark study judith while they're standing at the university of california berkeley and her colleagues present a detailed case study suggesting that most adults who were children divorce can experience problems like depression and relationship issues but a scientific research doesn't support that view their problems in adulthood are prevalent instead of demonstrated demonstrates that most children divorce become well adjusted the adults so i thought that was kinda so if i sound like i just a double back a double back on myself there is that this this book that talked about these unexpected legacy of divorce i twenty five year landmark study from prison some data that talks about depression in those things happening later down the road from divorce but a but then some data some some research a little bit later 'em for example a the book two thousand two book for better or worse divorce reconsidered 'em this a researcher heather and senator co author journalist john kelly describe another twentyfive years study were heather and trump all children divorced and children and parents who stayed together and she found that twenty five percent of adults whose parents were divorced experience social emotional or psychological troubles compared with ten percent of those pair of those whose parents were made together so the findings suggest it only fifteen percent a delta there difference of adult children divorce experienced problems over and above those firm stable families so that's that's kind of the the bigger data airs at the first study said hey will follow these twentyfive years later these people that their parents in divorce then look they're depressed and they have anxiety and that sort of thing and then this this follow up study said will follow all kinds of people twentyfive years later and look they all are not all of them but but there's a large percentage of people they're experiencing anxiety depression and so thee percentages slightly higher for those who had gone through divorces younger but i so the big take away their said you know some of the data that we have the we know in general people they're experiencing anxiety depression in general that is on the rise antifa end so neat concept that doesn't necessarily mean that it's just because of a divorce how people often they're going through divorce in my office and they talk about some things that they're teenagers were doing they feel so bad because they feel like this is a product of the divorce and i'm sitting there having transference thinking holy cow my my my kids were doing same thing my wife and i were about to celebrate our twenty nine wedding anniversary you know and i feel like things were pretty solid in in the in the marriage so spend a lotta time on that one but i hope that's okay because again if you're just reading through that article if you're into bill murphy's article it's just a quick paragraph office says a you know hey if you're having a divorce here's what happens to kids number five is one that made me get through a little quick get them excited about math in early on a bill says i certainly remember my mom truly meal multiplication tables as a kid and he says not kidding me three nine two six five fifteen's and he says it works and then he makes a funny joke but i always enjoy these type of jokes is now worked i'm a billionaire and then there's less strict says it's true but only indonesian rubies and it just reminds me of a first time i ever went to russia it was in the nineties eighties after the cold war anta there for business i checked i what's the word when he can't remember word i handed money i in all the time exchange ice change two hundred dollars at one point two million rubles i believe i was a millionaire for that week it was a it was such a fascinating so regarding two young children so talking about renting to them rhenium children's important but it turns out teaching math skills is crucial is well in one study of thirty five thousand young children early math skills translated into not only future math achievement according to the study's co author greg duncan in northwestern university but also future breeding achievement so i thought that was pretty fascinating i often do feel and i hear this echoed in my office as someone who is not very strong at math that being me a man when you get older and you figure out that if i really would have just studies a little bit more or if i wouldn't have gotten so far behind the mask builds on itself 'em did if i would've learned formulas done the homework a lot of these sort of things that apparently math could have been pretty pretty easy i guess because there's they write in a wrong answer so a but that's a that's an important part teaching your kids matt okay this one i'm excited to talk about a number six teach them a try and not to worry about feeling or much else so a bill murphy says you probably read about the idea of adopting a growth mindset versus a fixed or scarcity mindset if you haven't short version kids you want a growth mindset you want interview failure which happens to all of us has the chance to learn and grow not isn't ending in other words don't worry keep trying more than that try to control your level of stress or at least control they extent in which they procedures stress and a i know i'm making the this podcast is going a little longer nate intended so i will try to not go too far down this path of i love the concept of he's talking about of try to control your level of stress or at least they control the extent to which they procedures stress so this is i i often referred to this one as d m what happens when they use spilling you're home concept so so when you spill it is one of the kids bill it's one of the greatest times to practice mindfulness like nobody's business because bills happen they do and spills rashly an opportunity to show your kids and i care about you more than the fact that we have to clean up a spill and a one of the first things i ever wrote that is still up on my website somewhere up there is talking about this concept of embracing this bills in life you know if you grow up in a home where spills were met with anger or loud voices then man when you spill spill something you were terrified and a but kids don't set out on at the start of the meal to see if they could spill their drink their milk there juice whatever it is adults we spill a very very high end training meeting in a very ginormous norma's corporation a few weeks ago and there were they big spill and it was so impressive but i've been pointing this out of the group i mean these these high ranking executives for this company and the everybody jumped into action grabbing clean x's napkins paper towels removing electron tron ix the way you know because of the spill nobody freaked out nobody overreacted it was literally like a team bonding experience nothing i'm recommending that we do a spill on the conference table and then see how everybody reacts but it was pretty impressive and so 'em controlling your they extent in which they procedures stress because kids are going to fail that is the way life works and that's okay so here's i wanna again a quick tangent but boy follow me on this one please this is this is been something that's kind of changed my life is over the last couple of weeks there's a book called grits by angela duckworth if you're not familiar with it i highly recommended as a matter of fact i have eight wonderful couple 'em there is gonna come on and do a book review with me about this book grit one of those where they wrote in and a asked about the book in in i'm doing another one of those things where it's like hey funny you should ask let's do a podcast together so i'm really excited to do that so i went back and listen to the book read over about two or three weeks ago grid is by pioneering psychologist angela duckworth in i just i'm reading this from the the amazon page but angela duckworth shows anybody's driving the succeed be parents students educated educators athletes business people the secret outstanding achievement is not just talent but it's a special blend of passion in persistence what she calls grits drawing on her own powerful story is the daughter of a scientist frequently noted her lack of genius duckworth now is a celebrated research professor and she describes early i opening stinson teaching business consulting in neuro science which led to a hypothesis that what really drives success is not genius but it's a unique combination of passion in long term perseverance in the grid she takes readers into the field visit kick it at struggling through their first date at west point teachers working in some of the toughest schools finalists in the national spelling bee she also minds fascinating insights from history in shows what could be gleaned from modern experiments and peak performance angie shares what she's learned from interviewing dozens of high achievers in a one of those is what i wanna reid a little bit about so in this book grid there two pages and i took pictures of him and i sent him to immediately to my wife and i've actually shared with a couple of colleagues is well in some of my clients on the two pages 'em let me reid these i'm going the region so please hang tight here i think it's actually been page one ten one eleven in the book grit so she's talking about jeff measles and if you don't recognize the name if you ever have used amazon dot com which i think we've probably all have a jeff bezos is the founder of amazon so so hang tight with me this is fascinating goes into this parenting concept in how you teach them to fail so jeff's here's a just unusually interest ville childhood has a lot to do with his unusually curious mother jackie jeff came into the world two weeks after jackie turned seventeen years old so she told angela duckworth i didn't have a lot of preconceived notions about what i was supposed to do she remembers being deeply intrigued by jeff skews me in his younger brother and sister she says i was just so curious about these little creatures and who they were and what they were gonna do i paid attention to what interrupted each one and they were all different and followed their league so this is jackie among saying she followed their league she said i felt it was my responsibility the let them do deep dives into what they enjoyed for instance it three jeff ask multiple times asleep any quote big bed jackie explained it eventually he would sleep in a big bed but not yet she walked into room the next day and she found him screwdriver and hand dissembling his crib jacket in school them instead she sat on the floor and health jeff slipping a big bed that night by middle school he would have been saying all sorts of mechanical contraptions including an alarm in his bedroom door that made allowed buzzing sound when every one of his siblings trespassed across the threshold she said we made so many trips the radio radio shack jackie said laughing sometimes we go back four times in a day because we needed another component once he took string entitled handles in the kitchen covers together and then when you open one all of them would pop scope and she said i tried to picture myself in these situations i tried to pitcher not freaking out there is the key moment of these two pages she tried to put yourself not freaking out the milk spilled on the counter not freaking out a kid failed at something not freaking out but i try to imagine doing what jackie did this is angela duckworth saying which was to notice that her oldest son with blooming into a world class problem solver and then merely nurture that interest my monitor the house was captain of chaos jackie told me and that's because it's just about anything you want it to do would be acceptable in some fashion now of course i'm not saying that's whatever but going completely off the deep end or a torturing things people maybe it's not that it's a captain chaos that if you you wanna do something let's talk about it let's let's kind of way the pros and cons i'm here for you even come to me with anything literally you can were gonna try to talk about that the the the concept here jackie remember when jeff decided a building infiniti q essentially a motorized set of mirrors that reflect on another one of the one of their image back and forth ad infinitum she was sitting on the sidewalk with a friend jeff comes up to us in his telling us all the science behind it and i listen nod my head and they ask you a question every once in a while after he walked away my friend asked if i understood everything and i said it's not important then i understand everything it's important that i listen holy cow how fascinating is that it's important that i listen 'em i'm gonna try and bring it back to a tangent with that concept let me to more paris by high school jeff turned the family garage into a laboratory for inventing experimentation tation one day jack you've got a call from jeff's high school saying he was skipping class is after lunch when he got home she asked him where he'd been going in the afternoons jeff told rebounded local professor who is letting him experiment with airplane wings and friction in drag end okay jackie said i got it now and see if we can negotiate a legal way to do that in college majored in computer science and electrical engineering and after graduating apply this programming skills so the management of investment fund several years later just built in internet bookstore named after the longest river in the world amazon dot com you also registered jarrell www dot relentless dot com angela duckworth says type it in your browser and see where it takes you and i did that the second thing i read that paragraph came back to a where she says in that that concept of the infiniti q and then it's important that i listen it just reminds me in this is a maybe it's not exactly the same but i have a son who really enjoys basketball is really good at basketball and a man here's a okay tony's old man moment of some music that comes in at this time when i was a kid we had you know eight white pair of shoes that was it in any you're warm into the gym if any of you have kids that play basketball now you know oh my goodness you're not gonna you're souls those shoes they're not gonna touch the outside you're gonna walk in with these slides or now kids rebecca wearing bans or for a while they were like bedroom slippers but you're not gonna where you're you're shoes into the gym you know you're not gonna you're only gonna put him in when you get when you get there and not just white basketball shoes but they're they're the color of the rainbow there's a million different types every mb player has their own signature shoe and they're extremely expensive when my son was really getting into these shoes and basketball it was almost like he was a shoe savant you know he could see somebody says shoes basketball shoes and he told me that those the heart and fourteen kobe seven says the bronze this is the the air this hyper don't bet in in man i could not following it all i wanna do is let him know that how you know shoes in my day were sixty bucks and you had one pair and yell liked it you know and now it's like they're all two hundred bucks or two and fifty boxer hunter and fifty bucks it all i wanna detailing over and over again with said i don't i just think that's ridiculous at those shoes got that much i would not down on the floor on helping disassembled the crib i'll tell you that much that was sitting there full of fixing in judgment then guilt and shame and all these things and i remember talking with my wife one time where i just like what is the harm of here in this this guy he loves shoes you know maybe he's gonna become a you know the founder of the next nike or or or whatever and you know or i'm just gonna make them feel bad about the fact they love shoes so i started listening and i started to start to pick up a little bit on some things understand some things in this isn't one of those situations where i say and then once he was hurt he never cared about shoes again invested his money in a property is by the age of ten and now he's a multimillionaire at fifteen no he's still digs shoes but he and i could talk shows all day long and the fun part was he's since now grown way past me a super taller than me and has a much bigger foot but i got some really cool shoes when they have room so so you know it's that being there listening hearing understanding what your child is going through and again this is played on that concept of teach them the trying not to worry about failing that concept of of grits 'em so the thing that i love about that number six is just you know and i think this is me i don't know if i wanna get off on this tangent right now not sneak preview of some podcast coming soon to you on the virtual couch is just the more and more were starting to recognize this this concept of kids you know there's nothing i'm about to say is gonna make me sound anything lesson about a hundred years old but they're getting their kids these days you know they're they're gonna do a lot of the things they wanna do they're gonna explore the things they want to explore they have the world at their fingertips if they want to watch a tv show guess what they're gonna watch the whole season and we try telling that we used after wait a week they don't they don't care but they don't have a point of reference if we telling the we used to buy cds and there's only one or two good songs on the cd and the other twelve were were a bunch of garbage and we had the go spend fifteen bucks on it or even before that it was record's before that with eight track tapes and yes i remember them all they're not going holy cow dad i'm gonna stop you know a looking for things on my streaming media where so i can get a song in a matter of seconds i'm gonna stop that because of that amazing story is told me of you wasting fifteen dollars per two songs on the old howard jones cd so you know this is getting that concept of being able to be there and here in and listen to an end just be there for kids and understand their experiences and know that when we were young you know maybe we go look at something on the encyclopedia of maybe we could watch it on one of the three channels of tv i feel like it's just keep going down this path or you know a bit more electricity or maybe we could listen to gather around the radio on a sunday night and listen to war the world's 'em i'm way off on a tangent here but but it just being there listening your kids not trended telling the things they shouldn't do i mean we have the you know but but hearing the first seat first to understand before being understood all right let's see the number seven seven this last one i will tell you this is the reason i agree recording this podcast early at four o'clock in the morning on monday instead of going with the episode the version that i had recordings days before this one man of some stuck stuck in my brain and that's just me being super authentic an open and honest number seven the last thing about raising these successful kids these sciencebased ways article by bill murphy from magazine not bill murray is show them a work ethic and achievement so here's what he says he says if you want your kids to behave a certain way the most likely way to make it happen is the model good behavior and then he also puts a point in their he says the second most effective way might be the model really bad behavior and let them learn from your mistakes but he says i'm gonna suggest the first idea an end here is a in in that alone is very good point there is a concept called the transformational figure and that's the part where you know there's some data out there somewhere that could never find that we talk about in the therapy world where a lot of people for the most follow the patterns the parents but then there's people that do almost a complete one eighty in these these transformational characteristic transformational figures so they've learned the things they didn't necessarily wanna do from their parents and they're doing the opposite but again here's where this podcast required rerecord the next since i was confident would cause a lot of virtual couch listeners feel bad so i wanna get some data the counter this next point because i couldn't do this entire article in salmon a link to it in the show notes and have somebody go up there and say wait a minute uncovered this whole paragraph number seven i liked the point about this work ethic and achievement but the paragraph that follows bothers me but here's what it says here we go in a bill murphy i i love the kind of his i love his vibe in this article has so much good talking points i mean look at how long we've been talking about this but he says more over a harvard business school study shows the kids grow up with working moms have advantages over those who don't as gillette and bear wrote the study found daughters and working mothers went to school longer were more likely that job in a supervisor rule in earn more money compared to their peers who were raised by stay at home moms well my wife is a stay at home mom an elevated death i've never seen a woman worked so hard in her whole life i mean you know i'm the one that's like man if i would stay at home dad i will be watching a lot of netflix and things like that but my wife i'm like anchorage age did you take a break today did you did you did you kind of relax in the dancers always know and i've always been like why not you know that's a that's okay so i had to go dig up some data and i had people come into office and in man here's that stuff where the couple's therapy where i will have a couple come in and maybe it's part of the assessment were talking about what they do the guy you know corporate attorney blah blah blah or that sort of thing why kind of just a stay at home mom and i know you're not just a stay at home mom you're like amazing stay at home mom i mean that's you know at a stay at my wife says they won't end a but then i also have women come into my office that a bit or maybe stay at home moms they feel like man what if what if i really wanna be on the workforce and they feel bad about that and then there's nothing bad about their this is where we all have our own unique private experiences at least at this point in her life we have our own core values and so that's the point where i feel like the goal is not the shame or guilt somebody it's a it's just a kind of work with the database were given so so then i was able to go dig up really quickly 'em here's a cool article on it i didn't put where i'll i'll i'll link to it on but it's a more women are becoming stay at home moms says were not living in leave it to beaver world anymore were forty nine percent of women in nineteen sixty seven were stay at home moms with the working husband but the numbers in my recent pew research study do shows the number of women who were becoming stay at home moms is on the rise while seventy one percent of moms do work outside of the home twenty nine percent are staying home that number's up six percent from a there's like two thousand but the numbers shouldn't matter quitting her job become a stay at home mom shouldn't be out of guilt or peer pressure while they were many great reasons this'll be a stay at home mom being a stay at home parent isn't for everyone in even say a airtran so one of my guests on monday early versions of the virtual couch is they stay at home dad and now has been very successful podcast and it was and it grew out of him wanting to be a stay at home dad and being there for his two kids and then starting to kind of fill this time with other things the the pros of being a stay at home mom and dad increase in child school performance child has less stress in in aggression social approval of stay at home choice cons moms have a desire to go back to work they may ten have higher levels of sadness anger and social isolation from other spending time most kids so at home parents a benefit older kids not just younger ones so recent study found the benefits of having a parent's home extend biondi early years of a child's child's life in the study and here's here's a fair research sample they ended up educational performance of sixty thousand children was measured they found an increase in school performance all the weight of their high school age children the biggest educational impact on the researchers found on kids they just sixty seven and also says most home schoolers i haven't at home parent instructing them a compilation of studies provided by the national home education research institute shows the number of statistics support the importance of any parent at home bridge cational reasons for example research found home schoolers generally score fifteen thirty percent points above public school students on standardized tests and they're cheating more average achieving above average scores and ac tns safety tests so whether you are in at home parent home schooling you're child who simply there when a he or she gets off the bus after school monday more studies finding a parent at home is giving children in academic edge over their peers that without apparent at home regardless of whether you stay at home or work the national education association is research has proven the parent involvement in schools makes a difference in a child's academic performance and how long she stays in school that last part of that data is what is fascinating so it's whether whether it's stay at home mom a stay at home dad or it's person who loves and feels more fulfilled it goes to work and this is where i go back to my emotional baseline concept if somebody is not feeling feeling fulfilled filled at home then are they not being the best parents if they can be and then if they're trying and it's just not generally because it doesn't go with their core values whatever those are the two they happen to be unique to that individual person then did they start to have that what's wrong with me story playing to their brain and if they're doing that that's not helpful force either so this is the part where hey guess what we're all created a little differently in so for some it's gonna feel very very empowering stay at home and be there for a kids in that way and others it's gonna be if i go to work until my cup they're gonna come home it'd be a better parent so this is why i wanted to put this data and research out there as well that kind of that kind of the challenges that data around seven an and i think that point number seven the bill maher who is making the data the he shows here the harvard business school study 'em says daughters of working mothers went to school longer and were more like we'd have a job and supervisory role in earn more money dares that data so then we went and found this other research right that says that the kids they perform higher academically so look at the way that you can kind of work west that's a nice way the same manipulate data is that if the goal is to make more money and then you know having a the mom and out of the home in the you know looks like the data kind of come back that up if the goal is a higher test scores and higher educational experience and maybe that stay at home parent is the thing so the goal is not to make somebody feel guilty if we go back the number seven and that's why i guess i'm kind of glad the bill murphy put that in there but his all he talked about was showing work ethic and achievement and then he went then he shared that research around a stay at home mom stuff this is interesting to a couple of other just stay stay at home mom studies they found one says the majority a stay at home moms consider going back to work and says if you've ever toyed with the idea of going back to work you're not alone research firm reese reach invite adviser's conducted a study they found fifty seven percent among some day thinking about going back to work 'em and a so says their moms who won her money but can't imagine rejoining the rat race where the typical nine to five job in so that's where people people find a what they call a buzzword side hustle side gig or at home business opportunities mom could start it well and then there's also a gallup poll of sixty thousand women surveyed that talked about women with no children working moms and stay at home moms a who are who are not looking for work to distinguish between those who may not be employed because of circumstance rather the by choice anta that data kind of showed that there was a little bit higher stress or some a little bit higher anxiety and depression in stay at home moms but but i liked the way that one ended it says every stay at home mom it they're saying must establish a support network including regular outings with their mom friends much needed break entertainment mommy burnout and i should have been putting in their everywhere said mommy daddy if you're a stay at home dad as well but to do bill murphy's point as we're now done with these seven 'em science based things raising successful kids he says there's no such thing as a complete list he says gillette and beer have a few other research base recommendation recommendations that he takes issue with 'em for different reasons and so i really can't appreciate appreciate that i just thought it was a some good talking points fun to do in article or a episode on parenting so hey i appreciate you taking the time m i a i please send me any questions comments concerns you have about this episode and if you have questions we do a follow up on this one as well but thanks for hanging with me thinks were putting up with not putting up with you know what i'm really really excited about d a fraternity with better help dot com and again enough you skip through all those ads at the beginning the middle a better help h e l p

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The Science of Personality: Why You Are Who You Are & How to Make Changes That Stick

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The Science of Personality: Why You Are Who You Are & How to Make Changes That Stick

"Today on something you should know why buying a new car on a sunny day may just be a horrible idea. Then what if you don't have a personality? But instead many of them the tight did that there is a core. I'm that they might be to behave in many different ways. But in the middle. They stay say it don't feel like that. But it really is no Corso. There's just lots of different cells in everyone is real as the next one. Plus, some ridiculous business jargon. We need to obliterate from the language. And if you want to change your habit, you have to understand how they work and how to modify them I've never seen someone consistently stick to positive habits in negative Arp. Take the habit of watching television, many people think they watch too much TV. But if you walk into pretty much any living room, where do all the couches and chairs space. They all face the TV. So it's like, what is this room designed to get you do all this today on something, you should know. 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Check out the lodge at Woodlock and then call one eight hundred Woodlock it's W O D L O C H mention promo code something to receive a fifty dollar resort credit per stay, terms and conditions apply. Something you should know fascinating. Intel the world's top. I and practical advice you can use in your life today. Something you should now. Mike carruthers? This part of the podcast where I'm speaking to you right now is actually the last thing I do before the whole episode is put to bed just because it makes more sense to do it that way. And I just finished the final touches and edits on the segment you're about to hear with Rita Carter about your personality. And I think you're really going to enjoy that. But first up if you're planning to buy something big like a car or a house take the weather into account before you do it can actually have a big impact on your choice. This phenomenon is known as projection bias, and it can influence purchases that you might regret later, a convertible car, for example, may look a lot more appealing on a warm sunny day than the one you should probably consider for good gas, mileage and other practical reasons you can fall in love with a house that. Has a really nice fireplace. If you go see it on a grey or chilly day and miss the one down the street that has a pool which you really might prefer. It may not be as much fun. But experts say the best days to go house hunting or car shopping are not bright and sunny days where much more likely to take safety and security features into mind on rainy days and less likely to splurge on unnecessary features. And that is something you should know. Who are you think about that? The u at work is a very different person than the you when you play with a child or the you when you are relating to your significant other. So which of those is the real you or maybe they all are maybe that's what really constitutes your personality. The ability to be different in different situations. Rita Carter is a science writer who's written a couple of books about this including the people. You are the new science of personality. I read it. So since you've written a couple of books about this, obviously, this topic is of particular fascination to you so so why where did that come from two years ago? I was writing a book about consciousness, which is really tricky subject, and I was looking for a way to kind of get a hundred. And so I started to look at people who. Who kind of had the old consciousness it l-? You know, like they just didn't experience the world at the same way. As most people do one of the people don't types of cases of idle tat was this very strange condition of multiple personality disorder. These are the people who kind of will be one person momentum. There might be somebody else with a different name even a different sex the next I'm with no memory of the previous posts nowadays. He was really weird when you come across it. But when I tend to happening the brain, these people, it could me that full from being really strange what the difference between them and the rest of us is a much of degree. What is really surprising is that the rest of us managed to have continuous knotty at all. And that led me to this subject. Well, that's interesting that that it's a matter of degree, but people with multiple personality disorder isn't one of the hallmarks of that is the. The individual personalities don't know the other ones that whereas I I may be different people in different situations. But I'm aware of that when you look at what is happening in the brain of these people what happened is that not joining up what they are in one minute. They on the next. What is amazing that the is that the rest of money to do that? So well, and of course, we do it because we have memories that a continuous. We remember what we were thinking, and what we were doing pool the heavy all today. We remember being also yesterday, and we can imagine being tomorrow on what happens with some people is that they just can't do that. And we won't have that ability to great Olisa extent some of. I mean, I I believe that all of us many different people we have like a group of people within it. But most of those people can remember being. Age of a medicine anything that makes us different from somebody with most disorder because we have different personalities in different situations. It makes us very flexible. So it's not such a bad thing. It only gets really bad. If you do have these memory kitchens, but it which is I say most of sensiti don't have. And and so to be clear, for example, when you're at work and say, you're the boss, you're very much in command and control, and maybe there's not a lot of joking around. Whereas when you're with a child, you're more playful and fun, and yet even as an adult when you're with your parents, you feel more like a child, so those are the kind of different personalities you're talking about right? It's exactly that and today much more than in the past. We have to change two different roles and be different things with different people in different situations. The whole time since some a mother, you know, she has to be mama breakfast time. She has to be thinking about the kid has to be sympathetic about middle things out three hours later. She might be in a board meeting. She's got to be very assistive and think about big things, and and she kind of needs to keep those things separate and the ability to do that to switch one type of personality of and to become another is actually a very useful thing to be able to do. What isn't good though, is when like the mother suddenly intrudes into the bull, drew, and the, you know, hotheaded direct to subtly kind of takes over when she's meant to be moment. That's been you get the problems. I'm by recognizing that you have these different buses in you. You can start to make sure that the right one comes out at the right time. Well, that seems to confirm something I've always thought because I get pitched often people who wanna come on the podcast and talk about how you the listener couldn't be your authentic self. And I've always thought way way. Well, wait a minute. There's no one authentic self right? I mean, that's what you're saying is we're different people at different times with different people. There is no authentic self. Absolutely people have this idea that there is a coal self on that they might be able to behave in many different ways. But they in the middle. They stay the same continuous, and it doesn't feel like that. But actually, they're pretty good psychological experiments that have been done that show that people don't stay stable, even the way they think the way they feel even physically that physiological reactions to things change according to what situation they're in. So the ready is no coal self. There's just of different cells, and everyone is as real as the next one. It's only because of the shed memory the fact that they can prevent at the age of the that makes us feel as though there is something continuous that. It's a kind of illusion. So you're describing in a very different way than I think most people have heard before what normal human personality is and how it works and assuming. You're correct. So what what what's the big deal here? Okay. The big deal is that you can say, oh, but we knew that we know everybody's different in every situation. And yet at the same time, we spend billions of dollars every year on things like personality tests, which meant to give you a particular category that meant to tell you what the real you is, oh we spend time trying to do like a strategy and pus not ity tests own which without making h one of the thing that we all a particular type that true sells the cool self always trying to get to what's important is. I'm saying not forget that when you look at the results of say Poznan testing, which gives you a particular Cass Greece say as you know, that's the kind of common thing you look at that. And you see when a post does that test again the challenges of them coming out as the same category on the than chums. And yet as I say, we spend billions. Of dollars every year on that particular industry. In fact, you know, any sort of job nowadays, you will probably have to test and yet it's kind of all the tree what category Utah up, and it just happens to be the one that you are at the time you do the test. So it's important that we not known many, many other reasons as well to understand that that is no cool south to stop this crazy quest for the coal. So the real you, it doesn't exist. And once we realized that we can then start to use what we have go, which is much more useful O thima people in each of us to best advantage. When I think though of the different people that I am in different situations and with different people. It's not like I can call them up at will. Maybe I can call them up if I really really dry, but usually it's more of a default. It's this is who you fall into when you're in that situation with that person. Exactly until you recognize that you have gotten those of different people inside you you will never get control of it. Because at the moment what happens is because round thinking, oh, I'm gonna be made say meet tomorrow. And so wouldn't another personality takes over as triggered by new situation. We have completely taken by surprise. I I don't know if this happened to you. But it often happens to me a wake-up sort of four o'clock in the morning. I think think back to something I did the night before they quite I do that. What was I thinking of? And that's because another personality has come out triggered by particular situation done something that, you know, maybe the personality now looking back on it is really embarrassed by the reason that that keeps on happening time and time again, and I live that kind of thing is because we never knew that posing on it. He was there the moment. It was is kind of out of mind we. We didn't believe it was this. So we never expected it to pump up an hijacks again. And so we go on and on making the same mistakes doing the same things and never quite understanding why become change. But once you recognize that, you got that person say the post, not lose something news, MS temporal something. Once you know, it's that, and you know, what sort of situations brings it out. You can God against it. But only once you know, that we're talking about personalities, and my guest is science writer Rita Carter. She's author of the book the people you are the new science of personality. Most days you've got a lot of places to go. And a lot to get done before you can even think about falling into bed at night. Wouldn't it be nice? If you could stay connected to the world while you were out there getting it all done, what if the experience of driving, a luxury vehicle wasn't limited to just inside your car, but extended out into the world around you. Introducing. The well connected. 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Learn more at Lincoln dot com slash wondering. That's Lincoln dot com slash W. O N D E R Y. Hi, I'm Christy. Carruthers? Mike's wife here to talk to you about Madison Reed hair-color, I've always gone to a professional salon to have my hair color. But as you know, it can cost a lot and eat up a lot of time. So I was up for trying Madison Reed. I've heard a lot of good things about it. So why not now this isn't like buying a bottle at the drugstore and just squirting and on your hair? It takes a little time in a few steps. But I'm telling you the results are fantastic. This is real salon quality hair color without the time and expense of going to us lawn. I love it, and it's all done with ammonia free products. You can feel good about imagine you can experience beautiful multidimensional hair-color made in Italy delivered to your door for under twenty five dollars. Hundreds of thousands of women have tried in loved Madison Reed, and I'm sure you will too. And because you're somethingyoushouldknow listener you'll get ten percent off plus free shipping on your first color kit with the promo code something, Madison. In dash Reed dot com, promo code something. And Mike put that link in the show notes for you too. So Rita, even though we all have these different personalities inside of us that come out at different times and with different people. It would seem that they would all have to more or less get along that they would have to be compatible enough for us to have that experience of having a continuous personality. Unlike someone who say has a multiple personality disorder who has many different personalities who don't even know each other. Or if they do know each other don't get along. He could pens. Everybody varies in the extent to which that post not integrated on the extent to which the quite separate. And as you say if that two different that come be bad on the other hand, if that's really different. And that's because they have been created by you having. Very different types of challenges in your life. So for example, take somebody who was brought up in one coach, maybe a foreign coach of wet like a repressed, you have to be very, quiet and submissive or something like that. And then you go to another country to England to hero wherever way you can say what you like there's a little more freedom you can minute behaving completely different ways. What you soon to do that? But many many people who have that sort of to cultural thing once they go home the personnel. Do they were before the most admissible repressed personality? We'll click back in. It's very useful. For a lot of people who have to jump between two very different couches to maintain this person. I'll just quite separately. Because you didn't want to be mixed. You actually won't to be able to jump cleanly from one to the other. I think the perception that most people have an myself included until talking to you is that. This is more vague that it's not different personalities so much as different tendencies within a personality that we're this way. It's more of a behavioral thing. Yes. I think if you off my people how they sold themselves. They would say, oh, well, yeah. I've got lots of different sides to me. But kind of inside I'm still because that's how it does feel what I'm saying is. Well, no, actually that isn't anything in the middle of stays the same all those different. What you call sides of you really a best seen as different personalities as as quite separate because it's simply an illusion to believe that there's anything in the middle. I must say that smells an opinion. If you look at the the psychological experiments that have been done on people in different situations. It shows that the the ways of thinking that ways of fee. Feeling and the ways reacting all these things change in different situations. The only thing that stays the same that all different personalities having Coleman is the conviction that they all want on the same person. So even the person, you know, with multiple personality disorder to to go back to where I sort of go into this. Even those people believe at any moment that they all just one person you never find anybody unless they've come to recognize it now this who will say, oh, no they were not. So maybe because at any moment, you feel as though you just one. So that's what keeps the illusion going. Well, if if these are true and distinct personalities, and let's say there's one of them that I don't like I don't like who. I am. When I'm in this situation with this person. Can I ask that personality to leave the police it once you? No, it's the you can then stunt say, well, what triggers this what brings it out? What's doing coming out at that time because they all you'll personalities will create it for a purpose? They didn't come into being for nothing. They always created because they initially reaction to a particular type of situation, and I know myself, I've got a very okay mentioned personality, which can be quite useful at times because there are times when you need to such a self, and you need to be augmented the trouble with this particular personality is that it would often clicking times when it wasn't necessary. It would just suddenly take over and I'd be all with somebody. And I'll what's really bad about it. And in the course of writing this book, I discovered I started saying, well, okay. I'll I'll try to myself I and I discovered that this argument of personality. It was kind of a to protect me, and what triggered it. It was actually a feeling that I was being overwhelmed feeling that I was being bullied once I've recognize that if I found myself in the situation wise stuff to feel it Comey on it gave me the chance to say hang on. Is this really a situation where I need to assert myself against the bully. Or is it just kind of pressing the buttons is it because this person who's talking to me reminds me of somebody who wants bullied me. But actually just a superficial thing about them. Then we're trying to bully me. There's no need to come out fighting is sometimes it be quite good to allow the arguments of me to come out. All the time say, hey, new, this isn't appropriate until I started to get control over that particular. None as he and to use it to my vantage instead of kind of being hijacked by it. And so that's the kind of way in which I think that learning about Joe Poznan just can be really useful. You start to get them under control. You said a while ago. Oh that it's a fairly universal experience. That people will look back at something. They did last night another personality took over and they look back at it. Now go I can't believe that. I did that it's interesting that that I've never heard anybody, and it wouldn't seem right to say. Oh, well, it wasn't my fault. It was that other personality that showed up because our experience is that a continuous experience of a single, although multifaceted single personality. Well, I think that the reason that we have this very strong illusion that we are a single continuous not. And what's so difficult to break? It is I believe that has evolved precisely to make responsible for ourselves because we think we have evolved in a very social where very social species, we absolutely depend on each other to take responsibility for each. For our own actions on we depend on those responsible actions. And if we didn't do that society would fall apart. So I believe that we have evolved this illusion of being continuous. And it's a very good thing that we have that illusion. But just because it's very useful. Doesn't mean to say, it's the truth. And although it has this great advantage in society that automatically makes us responsible for what we do from moment to moment. It has the disadvantage that we also find us blaming us cells know, not a right blames itself constantly person out of the B does. So it has both advantages undesired voltages, a no I'm not saying that in realizing that we all made up of multiple personalities that means that it's okay to say, hey, it wasn't me that did it because. That'd be just crazy. Even though that does happen. You know in courts, quite often in this country and starting to happen in my country and England as well, it's now quite a common defense for people to claim that they would not responsible at the time because they were in such a different state of mind temporary insanity. I'm not home issue is coming to the surface. Increasingly I think it's going to be in the future. A really big issue that we have to start dealing with that phrase. You just use though state of mind, I think that's what most people think this is all about that. It's not a personality. It's just your state of mind in that moment in that situation. But that's all that oppose non too is. I have my definition of a personality is external behavior that is the things you do what other people see into animal foods. The the kind of set of going through your head emotional reactions kind of emotions you are having the memories that you have at any time. Now, I don't know what that is to oppose non ity other than those folk components if you can tell me what I've left out I can't. But I have another personality that I think could it. It it does seem though that that by changing the words that we use to describe what we're seeing when it comes to personality kind of opens up the discussion to to a new level. You see I have this idea. Also that we all hung onto the notion of we liked the idea of the core self because it's it's not a wisdom nowadays to talk about the soul. So kind of been degraded. You know, people might laugh at you start to talk about the so so I think we've kind of shifted to talk about. South in the way, we to talk about the so all I'm saying is you know, it what you mean? I it's very difficult to say what you mean by the self when you take out the things I just listed. There wasn't very much left. Really? We'll just as you've been talking. I I've been thinking about different personalities that I have in different situations. And I think you're right. I mean, I think it's more than just tendencies its innocence. You become almost a different person in different situations in that is what you just said. Those things that make up your personality Rita Carter has been my guest. Jesus science writer. She's written several books. And when we're talking about is the people you are the new science of personality, and there's a link to that book at Amazon in the show notes. Thanks for being here Rita. As I'm sure, you know, making changes in your life is difficult because we are essentially set in our ways we've developed habits over our lifetime. Good habits and bad ones and habits are hard to change, especially if it is a big change you wanna make. I'm sure you and everyone else on the planet has tried to make a change in failed. Because it's so easy to fall back into the old ways of doing things. Well, James clear has a solution James is an expert on the subject. He's been studying personal change in habits for a long time is work on the subject has appeared in the New York time CBS this morning, entrepreneur magazine among other places, and he's author of a book called atomic habits and easy and proven way to build. Good habits and break bad ones. James, welcome. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It's great to talk to you. Thank you for having me. So I think people have heard for a long time that big changes hard, and that in order to make the change you have to break it down into doable chunks is that your message here. I mean, just do baby steps slow and steady wins the race. People heard things like this before. Right like take small steps take baby steps. But even if you know that you should start small it's still really easy to start too. Big and often what I find is that it's not that the intention is wrong, but the direction of changes wrong. So here's what I mean by that people are often outcome oriented, so the direction of change that they want is to achieve a result. Like loose sixty thousand six months, but instead I think it's often more useful to be identity oriented or build what I call density based habits. So rather than trying to lose sixty pounds in six months. You can ask yourself. Well, who is the type of person that could lose weight? Maybe it's the type of person who doesn't miss workouts. And so then you're focused on building that identity. So the the shift is not. Saying oh, just use a lower number or lower your ambitions or lower your goals. The shift is focused on the process, and the identity focused on being coming that type of person and then the results of fall naturally. So like, you know, the the goal is not to run a marathon the goals to become a runner goals. Not to write a book the goal is to become a writer, and there's something very different from saying. Like, I want this to I this. And so if the focus can be on becoming the type of person that you want to become the results can fall naturally. However, you may not know what if you want to be a writer. You may not know what it means to be a writer, would you may not know what to do or you want to be a runner. You may not know exactly what that means in terms of daily habits. So how do you know what, you know, a really simple way toback into this is to just kind of reverse engineer from the outcome. So people know that they want things like I want to double my income where I wanna lose sixty pounds. Or I want to write a book and. And then you just ask yourself who is the type of person that could write a book, well as probably the type of person that writes every day. So I have one friends another writer who his habit is to write one sentence each day. And of course, there are plenty of days where he right more than that. Right. A full page or something, but they're also days where things just get really busy and life is crazy as kids are sick or something crazy at work and on those days, he can only manage to write one sentence. But this is where I think small habits are more useful than maybe they appear on the surface. You know, like when people trying to build a workout habit, and you do five push-ups a day. That's your small habit. Well, it's really easy to dismiss that. And say like, well, you know, what does five push-ups going to do this not going to get me in shape, whereas writing one-sentence going to do that's not going to finish a book. But the point sometimes is not about the result. It's about reinforcing being that type of person. So that you can get to the end of the day and say, you know, what I had to travel today. I was on the plane for six hours. It was a crazy day. All I could manage to do. Five push ups when I got to the hotel, but I'm still the type of person who doesn't miss workouts or my kid was sick. And I had to babysit them all day or take care of them. I had to go run there in front herons, and I barely had any time to right, but I still got one cents in and I'm still type of person who writes on sentence every day, and it's really about reinforcing being that type of person, and that seems to counter very little on a daily basis, but it ends up counting for a lot in the long run. And that's one of the lessons of building. Small habits is it on any given day. They're very easy to dismiss. I mean, what is the difference between eating a salad or eating a burger and fries for lunch. It's almost nothing. The scale looks the same at the end of the day. Your body seems the same in the mirror, but it's only when those choices those daily actions compound over two or five or ten years that the difference between a choice that slightly better or slighted worse becomes like very apparent one of the one of the things that that concerns me always about when people say, you know, you just set. This intention to do this little thing every day that you kind of set yourself up for failure. Because there are going to be days where even writing one-sentence isn't going to be possible. And then I didn't write my sentence today. And and then the house of cards tumbles. Yes. So this is a very common thing, especially with habits diet is the most common one where you see this kind of all or nothing mindset, you know, people start a diet. They do it for four or five days than the friends want to go to happy hour, and they, you know, Panama, strengths and Benji. And also, it's like, well, why even bother it seems like it must not be Bill to follow this diet. I guess I should just quit. And this all or nothing mindset is, you know, it's a toxic kind of thing to mix into the the formula trying to build a better habit, and the key that I like to keep in mind is that all it streaks. So doing a diet for days in a row or writing one sentence for a month in a row all having streaks come to an end at some point. And the mantra that I like to keep in mind. Has never missed twice. So, you know, okay. I wish I hadn't been Jay with my friends and fallen off course of the diet. But lemme for all of my energy into making sure the next meal is a healthy one. And I think that mantra of never missed twice is a healthy way to deal with the fact that life will throw unexpected emergencies your way, and you can't predict the future. So you need to be willing to to adapt and not slide into this all or nothing to fall. It sounds a lot like what you're talking about is self disciplined rather than habit at and I imagine at some point it becomes a habit. Like, I brush my teeth every day because it's a habit. I just brushed teeth. There's never a day that I don't I just do but sticking to a diet every day takes much more effort and is much more likely to fail than brushing my teeth. So so what's the difference between self control inhabit? And does it lead the self control lead to have it or what what's the process there? Technically speaking a habit is. The behavior that you can perform more or less automatically. So like, you just described you brush your teeth without really thinking about it. So, you know, in a sense people don't really feel like they're using self control there because it's just an automatic response to a specific situation so control you can think of as being more effort for more a more conscious process where you're like actively thinking or resisting temptation or of pushing yourself to do something maybe not feel like doing interestingly. Although you just said like, oh, it sounds like we're talking about self control here. I actually don't think self control or willpower is the various active way to push change. So one way that I we'll phrase it is that I've never seen someone consistently stick to positive habits in a negative environment. You know, like a negative environment being defined as an environment that is running against the grain of what you're trying to achieve take the habit of watching television. You know, so many people think they watch too much TV. But if you walk into pretty much any living room where do all the couches and chairs face. They all face the TV. So it's like what does this room designed to get you to do? And he don't wanna watch TV in that environment. Then you have to to overpower us a lot of self control. And I don't think that's a good recipe for watching less TV so to speak. So the question is what can you do? And I think it's much more effective to redesign the environments that it does not require self control. So in the television example, you could their variety of things you could do you can take the the chair and turned away from the TV. So it's you know, maybe facing a bookshelf or something like that or the couches face each other to promote social conversation instead of watching the television, you could take remote control and put it inside a drawer instead of having it like out on top of the coffee table. You can also increase the friction of watching television. So you can like take the batteries out of the remote control. So that takes you an extra five or ten seconds to turn it on. And maybe that's enough time for you to say, do I really want to do this much kinda mindlessly turning on the television. You can. Could unplug the TV after each use. And then only plug it in if you can say the name of the show that you wanna watch. So you're not allowed to just like turn Netflix on and find something. I don't know what the number is. But we've all heard that that for any action to become a habit. You have to repeat it. I don't know. But is it thirty times twenty times something like that? Are you on board with that? Yes. This is a really common question. I get you know, how many days is take Bill to have it. Or how many times do you have to do it? You'll hear twenty one days thirty days one hundred days right now, sixty six days is going around is the current hot number because there is one study done that showed that on average it took about sixty six days, but even within that study the range was quite wide. You know, if it was an easy habit. Like drinking glass of water at launch that might take three weeks. If it was a difficult habit. Like going for a run after work each day that might take eight months. As a general rule of thumb that it's going to be like a few months. I think that's a reasonable thing to keep in mind. But I think there's actually a deeper issue here, which is that when we ask questions like how long does it take to build a habit? There's this implicit assumption behind the question of well, how long do I need to work until it's easier like how long until I can stop working or stop focusing on this and the honest answer to how long does it. Take to build a habit is forever. Because once you stop doing it. It's no longer a habit. And I think that that needs to be like a mental shift that we make habits are not a finish line to cross their lifestyle to be lived. You're really looking for a sustainable change that you can live with long term. And I think that is another reason to focus on small habits these little atomic habits that are not intimidating and actually sustainable do. You think it's pretty obvious. If I say, I want to be a writer that that to get started. Anyway, I probably. Have a pretty good idea of what that means or do I really need to go and study, what writers do to become writers. Well, I think it depends on what level of performance you're talking about. So for the fundamentals the fundamentals are often unsexy kind of because they're well known like everybody sort of knows them. So that that part. Yeah. Most people probably figure out, but the problem is we often get like off course with with all these try to optimize the last like two percent of stuff that you know, doesn't really make much of a difference. Take working out people want to get in shape. And so they're like, what's the best workout program? And like what's the what kind of protein powder? Should. I have what are the best? Niece leaves? You know, what kind of running shoes should I get and all of that stuff? It makes the last two percent of difference. The thing that makes ninety eight percent of the differences. Are you not missing workouts? Are you putting your reps in and? Yeah, I think most people can figure out the equivalent of what does it mean to put in my reps? Now as you get closer to elite performance. Then the details on the strategy start demand or more in a sense habits create the foundation for mastery. So, you know, if you think about like playing chess if you wanna be a grandmaster you already have so much of the game on autopilot. You know, how all the pieces move. You know, all the opening moves in sequences, you've automated in habitual is so much of that process that now you have the mental space available to think about okay, if I make this move my opponent will do this and then all of that back and forth. So when you get to the elite levels of performance, it's not as obvious than that that made me requires more strategy. But for the average person most of the time, I think the fundamentals are quite clear, I think though is I look back on my own life. The decision to make a change is one thing and then to actually start to actually go to the gym for the first time or to whatever whatever it is to actually start. I can be a little scary. And maybe hard to do. I think that's true in a like broad sense. Like, yes, we are just kind of talking about how I get started. And on a daily basis habits are really an exercising. Getting started each day if you can start a behavior day in and day out than effectively it is a habit. But there's something about there's something in me that resists that idea of like just do it or just get started. It just sounds so kind of like flippant or just like dismisses the process, and this is one of the reasons I wrote atomic habits is that I felt like we needed a framework or a playbook for actually putting this into action. I mean, what is what does it? Look like everybody knows like, yeah. Just do the work. But okay. But what should I actually do one thing to just like built on this concept that you just laid out there? The one of the strategies I shared is what I call the two minute rule, and the basic ideas, you take whatever habit. You're trying to build and scale it down to just the first two minutes. So, you know, read thirty books year becomes read one page. Or do twenty minutes of yoga everyday becomes put take out your yoga. Mat the run three miles becomes put on your running shoes in step out the door, whatever you can do in two minutes or less and the ideas obituaries that to visualize the beginning of it. I had a a reader who actually did this. He ended up losing over one hundred pounds and one of the things that he did early on was he went to the gym, but he wouldn't allow himself to stay for longer than five minutes. And so it sounds silly. It sounds crazy. But he would drive to the gym everyday get out do like half an exercise workout for five minutes and then leave and he did this for like six weeks. And eventually it was like, you know, I'm coming here. All the time it feel like staying longer doing more. And it sounds silly. But the thing that he was mastering was the art of showing up and so often people try to optimize for the finish line for like losing one hundred pounds or meditating for thirty minutes a day or whatever the outcome is they want before they optimize for the starting line. And the key insight. Here's a habit. Must be established before it can be improved. If you don't master the art of showing up if you're not there every day there's nothing to optimize. And so in a sense. Yes, I'm saying just do it or just get started. But in a more practical actionable since I'm saying, what are the tactics when you do employ here in one of the tactics is let's scale the habit down to two minutes or less and just focus on mastering the art of showing up. And then once you do that once you're there every day, you have options talk about the Goldilocks rule because I think that's really important one of the most motivating things is to feel progress to experience progress in humans, actually, you can map this out. Researchers of have math outright, we experienced peak levels of desire or peak levels of motivation, when we're working on task of just manageable difficulty. So this is the Goldilocks role not too hard not to easy. Just right. So the the example I'd like to give is say you're playing tennis, and you're playing against someone who's really good like Roger Federer. Serena Williams professional. Well, that's going to get boring pretty quick because you're going to lose every point. Conversely, if you play against like a five year old that's going to be boring because you're going to win every point. But if you play someone who's like your equal. They won a few points you in a few points. You have a chance to win the match. But only if you're like really drying that actually is very motivating insulated gets you. Engage. Same thing is true in the gym or with other habits, which is I you need to do what I just said a couple of minutes ago, mastered, the art of showing up make sure you're there. So that you have options and can improve. But in the long run to stick with a habit to continue to make progress to feel motivated you need to kind of live in the Goldilocks zone where you're just advancing a little bit. You're kind of living on the perimeter of your abilities your winning enough to feel motivated to to still show up. But you're being challenged enough that you're still engaged and you wanna try hard to advance. So they're reading is a reading habits are good example, this some of the most effective reading programs in schools are the ones that. That Taylor them to the students. So that the student is just on the edge of their reading ability, not something that is like two grade levels below them once boring they can street all day long, and it's two grade levels above then maybe they're getting kind of upset and frustrated because it's too challenging. But if you're right on the edge, then they can they have a reason to to keep learning because they're interested in engaged. Well, it's a refreshing look at how habits and change work. And and it makes a lot of sense. And you've clearly done your homework. James clear has been my guest his book is atomic habits and easy and proven way to build. Good habits and break bad ones. There's a link to his book at Amazon in the show notes and his website James, clear dot com. There's a link to that as well. Thanks, james. Great. Yeah. Wonderful. There's certainly no shortage of business jargon. It's everywhere. So a writer at Inc magazine published a list of corporate phrases that we could all probably live without because they're pointless and unnecessary, for example, outside the box at this point outside. The box is such a cliche that using it shows it you're really thinking inside the box move the needle. I actually use move the needle because I think it people know exactly what you mean when you say that. But anyway, he doesn't like move the needle because we live in a digital world. And we don't really ever see needles on analog dials move much anymore. I don't have the bandwidth what you mean is you're too busy. So why not just say that touching base? Will what does that mean? Exactly. What is touching base? Does. That mean, we're having a quick meeting. We having. Discussion with no agenda or what on my radar screen. That's a phrase used largely by people who have never actually seen a radar screen. Value added. I hear that one a lot. But he suggests that why don't you just say added value out of pocket? All when are you ever in pocket saying out of pocket is just a convoluted way of saying that you won't be taking calls or answering emails during a time that you normally would core competencies, oh, that's a big one. And again, that's just a fancy way of saying stuff. I'm really good at but that wouldn't sound so good in a corporate meeting rope. And that is something you should know Tele friend about this podcast. Help us grow our audience. Help us move the needle. I'd really appreciate it. I'm Mike Carruthers. Thanks for listening today to something you should know.

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Mon. 03/18 - MySpace Loses All Your Stuff From 2005

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Mon. 03/18 - MySpace Loses All Your Stuff From 2005

"The. Welcome to the technique ride home for Monday, March eighteenth twenty nineteen I'm Brian McCullough today, and I had many refresh and new ipad air, my space has lost. Basically, all your stuff. Details of the lift IPO and the state of seed investing. Here's what you missed today in the world of tech. So Santa Tim did answer one podcasters wish at least I'm still holding off on replacing my budget. I MAC and hope that they do a quite refresh thing he next week, but via tweet this morning, Tim cook himself announce that the ipad mini has been refreshed for the first time in three and a half years here. The details the refreshed ipad minis look identical to old ipad minis, they're keeping the same. Rare cameras. They're retaining the fingerprint scanner and the big thick Bengals and the headphone Jack and the lightning port for charging. But they are getting a twelve chips which are the same systems on chip chips used in the iphone tennis. The seven point nine inch display is now reportedly twenty-five percent, brighter and works with true tone. It comes in silver space, gray and gold. It is also getting support for the apple pencil, though, note only the first generation apple pencil. You can order the refresh. I ipad minis today beginning at three hundred ninety nine dollars for the sixty four gigabyte model. Now, there was lots of snark on Twitter about how hey who even needs this anymore, but feel free to ask me all the ipad mini is still the best form factor for a tablet. I don't want to use a tablet as a computer replacement like MG does and I like being able to comfortably use a tablet in one hand. Yes, I did an instant purchase right before. I sat down to begin writing. These words I'm willing to die on this particular gadget hill. But wait, there's more. A completely new ten and a half inch ipad air was announced as well. Quoting tech crunch while the name sounds familiar. This is a new device in the ipad lineup. This new ipad air is a bit cheaper than the eleven inch ipad pro and looks more or less like the previous generation ten and a half inch ipad pro I know it's confusing. The ipad air now features a twelve chip which should. Represent a significant upgrade over the previous generation ipad. Pro that featured in a ten x the ipad air works with the smart keyboard, you can buy the device today for four hundred ninety nine dollars with sixty four gigabytes of storage, you can choose to pay more for two hundred and fifty six gigabytes of storage and cellular connectivity. It comes in silver space, gray and gold, and quote f y the three hundred and twenty nine dollar ipad. With a nine point seven inch display was not updated today. So to sum up that is the bottom end of the ipad market now the many comes in above that. The new ipad air comes in above the many with the same specs, but a bigger screen and the keyboard connector it gets support for the first interaction pencil as well. In case forgot to mention that. And then above that. Well, you're in ipad pro territory. Quick follow up to last week's tragic events. Facebook says that it removed one and a half million uploads of the Christ Church attack in the first twenty four hours over one point two million of those videos were blocked at the moment of upload. The Washington Post has a piece up describing the efforts of the incident crisis team at YouTube quote the team worked through the night trying to identify and remove tens of thousands of videos, many repackaged or re-cut versions of the original footage that showed the horrific murders as soon as the group took down one another would appear as quickly as one per second in the hours after the shooting. Neil Mohan YouTube chief product officer said in an interview as its efforts faltered the team finally took unprecedented steps including temporarily disabling several search functions and cutting off human review features to speed the removal of videos flagged by automated systems many. Any of the new clips were altered in ways that outsmarted the company's detection systems quote. This was a tragedy. That was almost designed for the purpose of going viral Mohan said in an interview with the Washington Post that offered YouTube I detailed accounts of how the crisis unfolded inside the world's largest video site, quote, we've made progress, but that doesn't mean we don't have a lot of work ahead of us. And this incident has shown that especially in the case of more viral videos, like this one there's more work to be done and quote. My space has lost your stuff all of it. According to a thread on Reddit at my space has lost all of the photos, videos and music that users uploaded to the site between two thousand three and twenty fifteen due to data corruption during a server migration project about a year ago, apparently all music on my space twenty fifteen and older stopped working. My space had told users they were working on a fix, but in the red at thread, it looks like my space has that they lost all the data. And there was no backup system in place. This news rocketed around the web at the speed of snark. The tech Techni tweet of this headline got picked up at about ten times the rate of our normal tweets. And yes, much mirth was made along the lines of at. At Lucas amazing tweet which said, quote, no eight hundred thousand uploads broken social scenes anthems for a seventeen year old girl snuffed out just like that and quote, but seriously if you're of a certain age, and you had college or high school memories, or maybe the only recordings of that IMO punk band. You did with your brother fifteen years ago on my space. I'm sorry. They're gone timely. Reminder your data on any platform is not permanent. This will happen to any of your memories on any platform. Eventually. Speaking of the internet archive and the archive team say they are working to preserve public Google plus posts before that platform shuts down in April quoting the verge in a post on Reddit. The sites announced that they have begun their efforts to archive the post using scripts to capture and backup data in an effort to preserve it. The teams say that their efforts will only encompassed posts that are currently available to the public. They won't be able to back up posts that are marked private or deleted. They also urged people who don't want their content to be archived to delete their accounts and pointed to a procedure to request the removal of specific content. They also note that they won't be able to capture everything comment. Threads have a limit of five hundred comments quote, but only presents a subset of these as static HTML. It's not clear that long discussion threads will be preserved and quote. They also say that images and video won't be preserved at full. Oh resolution and quote. I just did a couple of segments about people losing their memories aside from backing up your memories on platforms timely reminder. You should also make digital permanent copies of your memories. Using legacy box. You know that I just did this legacy box sent me a box. I loaded with my old home movies. They digitize them sent me a link to the videos sent me the videos on DVD and jump drives. It's been fantastic. Justin, the guy who did all the music for this podcast. He's a big mucketty mucks square now. But before that he was a co founder of one of my earlier companies and way before that we grew up together. I just this morning sent him a link to alien ninja war three a home movie that we made together when we were ten those are the sorts of memories that legacy box will help you preserve and share with your friends and loved ones. Preserve your alien ninja were three don't lose that de. Reporting of the punk band. You were in when you were in high school like I was just saying there's never been a better time to digitally, preserve your memories. Visit legacy box dot com today to get started. For a limited time listeners to the show can get an exclusive discount. Go to legacybox dot com slash ride to get forty percent off your first order. Go to legacybox dot com slash ride and save forty percent today. Get started preserving your past with legacy box. The tech main ride home this week is also sponsored by medal app. Their slogan is medal. Ab we make interfaces for decade medal app has helped some of the world's top companies. And entrepreneurs Bill the products that millions of people use every day, you probably didn't realize it at the time. But odds are you've used an app that they've helped build or design probably even used one today. They've worked with companies like slack coin base. Facebook Oculus lonely planet and more. There's plenty of examples of innovative projects that medal app has been involved in and I'll be taking you through some of the case studies their greatest hits if you will all this week, but Matlab wants to bring their unique design philosophy to your project as well. Let them take your brainstorm and turn it into the next billion dollar app. From idea sketched on the back of a napkin to a final ship products. Check them out at meta lab dot CO, that's medal lab dot CO. And when you get in touch with them, tell them, Brian send you. Folks, finally got a look at lifts regulatory filings ahead of its APO. And it looks like the company is seeking to raise as much as two point one billion dollars evaluation of upwards of eighteen point five billion dollars quoting from Bloomberg. The number two US ride. Hailing giant is offering thirty point eight million shares at sixty two to sixty dollars each it said in a regulatory filing Monday at the top of that range, and including a potential over a lot of shares to investors the market valuation would reach nineteen point six billion based on the total number of shares outstanding after the IPO as detailed in the filing at the targeted range. The San Francisco based companies offering will be the biggest from tech upstart since snap went public two years ago and the largest in the US so far this year after the partial US government shutdown put a damper on first quarter listings and quote. But a different ride hailing player looks like it's throwing in the towel courts is reporting that Juneau is looking for a buyer to buy it for a nominal price. Quote. The company has been circulating a short pitch deck headlined unique opportunity to consolidate NYC market, the document, which was reviewed by courts describes Geno as the number three player in the New York City, right? Hell market with fourteen million rides in twenty eighteen. It says Juno had a run rate of two hundred and seventy million in sales and about forty million in commissions from those sales. As of January though, it doesn't specify the period of the run rate. Cranes previously reported Juno was losing a million dollars a day and for sale at a nominal price. Citing a person familiar with the matter. It's unclear what a buyer would gain from Juno. Other than its list of writers and drivers many of whom also use competing ride hail apps like Uber and lift and quote. There was a medium piece from Mark sue Stor that made the rounds last month bemoaning, the fact that seed investing was in double digit decline and had been declining at that rate for many years. Now problem is there's not been commensurate growth in early stage funding above seed to make up for the shortfall, thus what some people have been calling the series a crunch, plus as we've talked about on the show. There's been an explosion of supermassive rounds. And venture funding overall is at an all time high. I've linked to that original medium piece in the show notes. If you want to check it out, but also tech crunch followed this up this weekend. Breaking down the numbers from their own crunch base data, and here's what they found. Yes. Over the last decade sub million dollar rounds are down seed rounds have declined forty one percent from two thousand fourteen from two thousand eight to twenty fourteen. The amount of seed Rams grew every year by around double digits before now beginning the decline. By double digits every year, and according to crunch base one million to five million dollar rounds are flattening, but above that is where the growth is. In fact, what is essentially the middle ground the series A and B rounds the five to ten million dollar rounds are up seventeen percent since two thousand fifteen and eighteen percent by total dollars invested and rounds of ten to twenty five million dollars up seventy three percentage points for total number of rounds and seventy eight percents for mounts of money over the last decade. So a summary of the VC market from the data and these two pieces goes like this the explosion of seed, which came part and parcel with the revolution of cloud computing, which made it infinitely cheaper to start a startup is slowing. It's not going away. But let's say it's maturing quoting from techcrunch seed investors report putting more dollars into fewer deals, or as they raise more substantial subsequent. Funds. They are putting more dollars into the same number of transactions. Seed funds need to get enough equity for a meaningful stake should start up survive to raise subsequent rounds. Seed funds are investing in fewer startups for more equity seed is it's own class. That is here to stay. Indeed, precede seed and seed extension all seem to have specific dynamics of the six hundred plus active seed funds who have raised a fund below one hundred million dollars close to half have raised more than one fund in the last three years in the US. We have not seen a slowing of seed funds raised for one hundred million dollars and below and quote. Apple's big. It's Showtime event is a week from today. And as evidenced by today's ipad, refresh their clearing the decks to focus uniquely for apple on content. Well, content and services, of course, John Copland at the New York Times has more details about the content that should be announced with the new streaming services. Next week apparently five new original shows are already wrapped about half a dozen more. We'll finish filming in the next few months. The number of shows produced for this new apple service is expected to increase next year. But that's when the culture clash begins quote players expect to be kept in the loop. But many of the people working with apple said they have received little or no information on how exactly their shows will be released or even when they will be released other than a vague assurance of later this year, probably fall. They also don't have a clear idea of Apple's marketing plans for the shows or what their colleagues in the newly built apple stable up to Apple's entertainment team has not been totally opaque. It has provided feedback to individuals involved in the shows, but it has been tight lipped about the marketing and rollout. Plans. The March twenty fifth event may allay Hollywood's concerns, but several people involved in the new programs have interpreted, the lack of communication as a sign that there may not be a clear game plan, and quote, the piece goes on to have a detailed rundown of the shows that we know about for this new apple service, including two Jj Abrams shows one starring Jennifer Gardner and amazing stories reboot from Steven Spielberg. A Ronald d Moore scifi series a fantasy series with Jason momoa, an m night. Shyamalan joint a comedy from the it's always sunny in Philadelphia people and and Thalji series from the big sick husband and wife team, kumail nanjiani and Emily v Gordon. And speaking of upcoming events finally today sort of news you can use. If you get too quickly tomorrow, Google is going to give a keynote at the game developers conference in San Francisco, and they are expected to announce their new gaming service, whatever that might end up being and again, I'm late to this. But apparently, this is something that Google has been going after in a big way for a little while. Now, quote, if Google lives up to the hype it could be about to launch the equivalent of a Netflix for video games in the words of one observer, which could truly upend the entire market. But quite a few analysts think it will be almost impossible for Google to pull this off given the complexities and the strength of its competition, and quote, so if you wanna get hype for tomorrow last link in the show notes is to a quick piece from Bill Murphy junior at Inc. Rounding up the rumors of what we know thus far wanna get hype though, you have about eighteen hours to do. So. We'll be telling you about whatever it is Google announces tomorrow. Real quick with the launch of the premium app free feed. If you remember I got a lot of people getting in touch with me telling me, hey, I want to support you. So I'm gonna subscribe, but I don't wanna lose the ads entirely ads are funny enough super useful to me at least. So by original suggestion to those people telling me that was why not just subscribe and don't delete the old feed. Well, one of the premium subscribers got in touch this morning with another suggestion that had never occurred to me why not just put the links to the advertisers in the show notes to the premium feed. Don't strip those out the ads themselves will still be script out. But if you wanna see what was advertised on the other show there you go. So I'm doing that today. Links to the sponsors are in the show notes both feeds premium subscribers get in touch and let me know if this is a dumb idea or not maybe no ads should mean. No ads full stop. Not even links in the show notes. Honestly, I'm open to strong opinions either way on this. I'm just trying to find a happy medium for everyone. Maybe that's a fool's errand. Anyway, if you are curious about trying out the ad free feed. And you haven't yet. Remember, it's kimberlite dot FM slash ride home. But there's a link in the show notes at the very bottom that will allow you to sign up and get the ad free feed. Right inside your podcast app itself. Talk to you tomorrow.

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NPR News: 04-11-2020 8PM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 11 months ago

NPR News: 04-11-2020 8PM ET

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jeanine herbst. Abortion providers in Texas filed an emergency application with the Supreme Court. Trying to block part of Governor Greg Abbott's executive order banning almost all abortions in the state because of the corona virus as NPR's Nina Totenberg reports of federal judge has twice intervened to allow some abortions and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has twice reversed. The judge's orders abortion providers are asking the Supreme Court to allow the continued use of medical with pills in the first trimester of pregnancy. Roughly one third of the abortions in the state or performed that way Nancy Northop CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights notes that these procedures can be done via telemedicine. Texas she said is blatantly abusing its emergency powers to obliterate the rights of women seeking to terminate their pregnancies while the ruling by the Federal Appeals Court based in Texas is an outlier. The Supreme Court itself is now dominated by conservative justices including two trump appointees who have largely sided with abortion opponents in other cases Nina Totenberg. Npr News Washington leaders of the National Governor's Association are calling on Congress to approve five hundred billion dollars to help stabilize state budgets amid the deepening economic crisis caused by the pandemic. Npr's Kelsey SNELL reports. The bipartisan request comes as Congress remains at a standoff over the next round of Corona Virus Relief Funds Maryland. Governor Larry Hogan and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo are warning that stay at home. Orders and Corona virus response are putting state governments at serious risk Hogan. The Republican chair of the National Governor's Association and Cuomo the top Democrat at the Association. Want Congress to help relieve the strain. Congressional leaders have been unable to agree on the next round of Corona virus. Relief Senate Democrats blocked. Gop Bill this week to add two hundred fifty billion dollars for small business loans. Democrats want to include money for hospitals in states. Republican leaders say the small business loans are running dry and the funds. They already approved for states in hospitals are still being dispersed. Kelsey SNELL NPR news Washington. Puerto Rico's governor says the. Us territory will remain on lockdown until may third with an overnight curfew although people can go out in the day for food and medicine and everyone on the island is required to wear a face covering one entering a business. More than seven hundred. Eighty people have the virus and more than forty have died but critics say the real number isn't known because of lack of adequate testing on Puerto Rico New Jersey is slashing capacity on all public transportation trains buses and light rail by fifty percent governor. Bill Murphy says his executive order also as passengers to wear face masks and requires that New Jersey transit and private carriers provide masks and gloves for their workers. You're listening to NPR news. Bipartisan call from the governors of New York Maryland. Today asking for that more than five hundred billion dollars a federal aid for states and territories dealing with the virus Andrew Cuomo on their Hogan say implementing the stay at home order and other public. Health measures has resulted in catastrophic damage to state economies. Wuhan China is coming back to life after more than two months of being sealed off from the rest of China and effort to prevent the spread of the corona virus but NPR's emily fanning reports movement of the city is still restricted. After more than two months under lockdown life is slowly returning to normal in Wuhan tax running on the streets again and more people are venturing out of their houses to parks and take out only restaurants but residents who want to enter stores and public spaces must still scan a government APP verify. They've had no recent contact with a sake and many are limited to leaving their houses only two hours at a time. The epicenter of the Corona virus outbreak in China one suffered more than three fourths of all confirmed deaths and had more than fifty thousand people fall ill. Health officials are warning the public to stay on alert as a second wave of infections is still possible. I'm only Fang. Npr News One. Saturday night live will be back on the air tonight. Although it will be produced remotely to observe social distancing rules NBC says. The comedy sketch will include the popular weekend update along with original content from SNL CAST MEMBERS. The pandemic forced the shutdown of the popular show and March Seventh SNL is known for its guest host and its musical artists NBC. Hasn't said whether any guest stars would be a part of tonight's show. I'm Janine herbst NPR news.

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Pelculas para el confinamiento  Viajar de cine 64

Podcast RadioViajera

30:00 min | 11 months ago

Pelculas para el confinamiento Viajar de cine 64

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John Guarnere Interview - April 20, 2019

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

12:21 min | 2 years ago

John Guarnere Interview - April 20, 2019

"And somebody who is hoping is going to be a really good day is John Garnier who is the principle of imaginary stables, they will send out nine year old imperative looking for a third victory in the Charlestown classic. And they'll send out war story who makes a third start in the race. Looking for his first win John first of all good morning. Thanks for taking the time. My friend. Good morning. How you guys doing? Everything is good happy Charlestown. Classic day. Thank you. Maxine delaware. And I heard you guys that talking about the track sloppy. But it may be fast. Yeah. It is sloppy. We had a lot of rain here yesterday and throughout the evening, but it is it's drying out now. And from what I understand the track drives pretty quickly. And now the open it up and let that air get to it. There's a stiff breeze blowing so that should help too. We're we're hoping on this sound for a little deja vu two years ago on a sloppy track. And and hugging a sloppy mardi jockey in the winter circle. Yeah. Let let's start with the two time winner that nine year old imperative, you know, he comes back here. He's he's won it in two thousand fourteen one in two thousand seventeen hasn't one cents. He's Oper eight since that victory in two thousand seventeen but he's run into some heavy hitters talk about that decision to bring him here. Again this year. Well, round pollution, I own own imperative and I kinda I kinda think he's over his head bought the run 'em hair. The Charlestown classic were I mean, four star to get see one over two and a half million dollars. The decision was simple if Iran's well, we may have a racehorse, but the only race back since Charlestown classic was in Laura where something clicked in his head there on any ram pretty well, but other than that he's been chasing really good horses. So if he doesn't earn well, I'm gonna push certainly for Charlestown, what better place for him have retired at and so, but I won't be shocked, and I saw TV g last night's the commentator saying, you never know on that love the track so much. So I guess I guess it's a long shot obviously along shot or we decided. What better place for him to retire begun around very dull effort? Is there a specific type of horse that you look to bring to the classic considering the fact that it's so unique it's Alan in eighth. But here at Charlestown, it's around three turns is there a certain type, of course, John that you looked to bring here when when you decide to run your horses here at Charlestown. Well, you know, just horses in our stable, obviously worse story in seventeen when imperative one we were at the my family friends. We're at the top of the steps screaming for worse story who looked like he was gonna win that race and havi are made a big move outside. And I started screaming for heavy are because I I knew at that point imperative was probably going by. But if you look at the race, it really should have been one to imperative were story were story got a little bit spoof of our own worst coming outside of them. And you know, he ran ran a respectable third. And we knew at that point that obviously go for them light to track imperative is established. Now war story ran really well. So we've wrote were story backlash share and all I could say kudos. Edgar product was a jockey one race. He was he was passed were store at once. At a race. And that was the finish line not before not after. But he had the most important race thin ahead right at the finish line. It was just a great job. Sometimes you gotta take your hat off to the other guy and have your have our will be the first to say at your ran a fantastic race. But again, it proves that were story really likes that tracks. So here we are three times in a row and hope would a third time's charm for worse story. Why do you think it is that that were story likes this track so much he really handles the turns? Well, but it's got to be more than that. Well, I it's a, you know, a horse like that likes tight turns. I mean, he paradigm obviously, lights tight turns were story makes those terms very very easily. And some worse is somewhere says don't make turns very well. So I mean, I I if I knew exactly science, I just think I just think some horses andled turns some jockeys are big part of it too. I mean, they go we have our own have your on imperative. We put have are on more story lay shere who's having ours won the race number of time. So, you know, so I guess it's a combination of the worse it likes the turns on the Jockan knows how approach them and take them. And like I said. Glenn Allison, I r- really excited about today. We just feel we we did the right things were story. We gave them time off. He he had a great get a great race last year. He came back around a big race in Brooklyn. He was defending champion. The Brooklyn Regis nail by Baffert's worse at the wire, and you know, ran a bad race. And then we decided, hey, let's let's shut him down. If we really want a good shot at the classic. And I'm not a big fan of running off a layoff. But he needed it. And yeah, so we were geared offered this race in. Org. A tells us the horse has never trained better. And he's ready, and we're excited know, we're excited about the. Visiting with John canary who is the principle of imaginary stables here on the horse racing radio network. He has imperative he has wore story going in this afternoon's Charlestown classic our coverage four to six eastern Sirius XM channel one fifty six and streaming worldwide on our website horse racing radio dot net. John you mentioned the the rider angle you're to win it this year without havi are Castellano. He's writing against you imperative going to be ridden by Jacob Rodosto vich and were story by Kendrick Karmashe talk about the decision to put those jockeys on your two horses today. Well, ramp Baluchi owner co owner of imperative knows Jacob very well from the Ohio circuit Jacob road. Ironically in the race at seventeen on on the worst we put in there for speed. And so around run those Broncos the odds stacked against us any figured put a jockey on. That he knows is going to go all out and obviously. He's been he's been knocked take. The guy McCain blame them habby hobby are and Johnny visa wrote a lot for us this year. They're you know, they're of committed that is, you know, the pleasures of the world. And that's the only problem when when you use those guys, and and I've had many talk with Navarro there. It's good in bed. Johnny visa, absolutely spectacular. Unhappy are but as your worst gets better and get some better spots. Obviously, you're gonna lose out that the Chad Brown's the pleasures and the bathroom that a world. So do you want the one the greatest shock here? Do you wanna jockey that has familiarity with your horse, and we'll take that now? And and we had Kamu show on them in Philadelphia, a mile and a half stake. Iran, extremely wide. And we felt that second time second time on the worst. He's gonna give he's going to give it all as and we feel the worst will win the race. But you know. If you're asking me, if I love big time jockey, I absolutely that the car moosh, KOMO shes a very capable jockey. And we feel we feel that the worst. Well, so and and I basically make the the trainer make the decisions on my am when I own majorities worse. And and Glenn, and I basically, you know, at turn it over to a four gate, and again, 'cause he has his his stable jockey that really. I mean, how can you argue to God was forty percent off there. And you know, Dan, they're thirty percent at Gulfstream at toughest meat in the winter. And I'm not one of those guys and tries to tall train or how to train. I I wanna show. I want to show up have a good time and take a pitcher let him do his job. And I'll do mine. Well, you know, John you've had a lot of success in the game. All ready to go back to to your roots? And tell us how you got hooked on thoroughbred racing in the first place where did the love begin? Well, my my dad my dad and a bunch of steam fitters used to use the parlay in and buy cheap forces at keystone racetrack and in Philadelphia. And so as a young kid, I was brought that attract brought that back side, and it was kind of exciting, and oh bathe as it may four thousand five thousand our claim IRS, it was fun. And but my my dad would always tell me it's too much money as a horse gets better as he climbed you're gonna lose the horses. So I kind of put it on the back burner my life as I started to do very well on life and my businesses, but when my wife, and I moved down the Fort Lauderdale in two thousand eleven we did so much beaches. And and going the golf course and fishing we go wind up Gulfstream racetrack almost every weekend and just one week. And I'm down there to finish line here. All these people screaming for the war. I and I said to my wife, but I get a racehorse or two and try to have fun with the game. Well loan be old. I did some research got a training claiming trainer down there, and it was recommended Peter Walder and right off the bat. We wanna I two races. Ironically, have your road both mounts and the second second race may sixteenth may seventeenth the second race. I said to have your are coming into the winter circle. Said have you already told me this game was so hard? It seems so easy not say that. And I been blessed I got involved with the right couple of horses. I got got involved with imperative early and before before we want to Charlestown classic. We won the first and only deciding race on that Pegasus. And I've been I've been in all three Pegasus we won. We won the Mathis mile, a great to one the Brooklyn. Yeah. Good. Finding is Bill. Murphy told me once she said that John I know people in this game thirty forty years that haven't won the great at races that you want and it didn't really dawn on me until you you're in the game two or three years while I am pretty fortunate because there's people in this game. A lot of years haven't won so many races. So I I don't know what it is karma locked, but I've been I've been blessed and claiming claiming wise, I think I have a decent. I have a decent on claims I've done well with clean this this past season Gulfstream claiming crown third year and raising I had four horses in claiming Brown. So I mean, that's pretty impressive that four of your claims qualified for the ultimate claiming races. So so, you know, I I'm having a fall we my wife loves it as much as I do, and it just so much fun. Yeah. It's been a fun ride. And that rise not over yet. Let's hope John you can add another chapter to it later this afternoon in that grade, two one million dollar Charlestown. Classic drive careful on the way over here. We'll look forward to seeing you when you get out here for the racist this afternoon and all the best thanks for taking the time to be with us here today. Thanks for having me on a hope. We're having another conversation later today.

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October 28th: Keith Weinman HR 2

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October 28th: Keith Weinman HR 2

"This is mornings with Kale Northern Colorado's voice thirteen ten KFI. Some of those seven on your Wednesday morning or ten KFI eighteen, ten KFI DOT COM northern Colorado's voice mornings with Gail, from the auto collisions specialists, studios, you know that huge former culet packet packard campus in Loveland, and when I say huge is not a say you as the president would say, I'm not lapsing into perfectly well, it's been sold for fifteen point five million dollars Oregon Front piece by Pat Farrier out of the Fort Collins Colorado and this as a group of local investors is buying that massive former Hewlett Packard. Campus in Loveland bar about fifteen point five million. Dollars now the sale of what is now called the Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology is expected to close this week Cumberland, and Western, which has owned the campus that includes eight hundred and eleven thousand square feet of buildings this at the corner of Taft and Fourteenth Street in Loveland Fourteenth Street southwest since two thousand eleven was put up on the market earlier this month for nearly twenty three, million dollars a press release announcing the sale said that when Cumberland and Western, put the property up for sale a coalition of business leaders organized by j doctor and Dan Camera. Out. Raised seven million dollars in private investment by the site, the seven million is being used to secure financing for the balance of the mortgage, a whopper of a mortgage that would be now the building is only about twenty percent occupied with a mile to a dozen businesses. Doctor said the team of investors plan to work quickly to sign new tenants to bring the buildings. To between sixty to seventy percent occupancy within the next two years. Some of the investors could indeed become tenants but doctors company virgin products will not be among them at least for now he said we have great respect for the property and we believe we can help unlock its potential doctor said chilling it up one hundred percent. Well, I don't ever see that happening. He is also a CEO of. Ram Cit. Acronym for Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology this is Our mcat LLC this is the newly formed company that is indeed purchasing the property he went on to say you always want some space available for the next company. Now, the building could house offices, but is actually set up for manufacturing. That's what it's been said doctor and with on shoring with companies, rethinking their supply chain, pulling back and taking this back in their own control demand for this property will go up. Purchase of the building and brings Dr Full Circle to his early career in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three. When he walked in the lobby for the first time to apply for a job, at Hewlett Packard, the economy was flat at the time. HP wouldn't even take US application never in my wildest dreams what I think that I would get to buy the building. He said Bill Murphy is President of Cumberland. Western, he said he is thrilled the loveline business community stepped up and that he wants to see our. mcat grow to the next level and impact the community in a positive name. Now are mcat LLC will retain the name, Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology as well as existing seionage the website and other branding for the facility. It will also keep the current key staff members who manage the property doctor said we felt the continuity is critical plus these individuals have managed the property for over twenty years. So. Yeah. They know every score square foot of the facility new company does not plan to ask the city of Loveland for any economic incentives or subsidies, and that is good news for Kelly. Jones loveland. Development director given the budget constraints caused by the covid nineteen pandemic she said, they understand the financial situation the city is in and they're doing their part to help our community. This building once housed nearly four thousand employees and it's an exciting prospect to have these jobs return to loveland from an economic perspective. We're delighted that the Loveland business community took the initiative to make this happen doctor said, he hopes businesses considering locating. Or expanding in Loveland will think about their carbon footprint and think about reusing space verse versus building a new site has all the power infrastructure and five fiber he said we'd ever need. So why not use it and make sure it fits and repurpose something. So amazing this as a group of local investors is buying that massive former Hewlett Packard campus in loveland for about fifteen point. Five million dollars. All right. Some good news for UNC as well. We are all hungering for DUB. BEARS UNC I know UNC football will play a six game conferences and this spring. There's some good news Jaden Watson Fisher writing in Greeley trip the Big Sky Conference teams including the University of Northern, Colorado will indeed play six regular season games well, but not until this spring. The Commissioner tweeted earlier this month that the conference is working on a schedule for the twelve participating teams which includes at UC Davis and CAL poly tech. The schedule will likely be released in early November UNC head coach Ed. McCaffrey previously said the team was disappointed when it found out that the season would be postponed yet think despite the change he said the team has handled everything well and is using the extra time to improve about tactically and relational. McCaffrey said I know this? Team whatever we have to give, we're going to give it on Game Day. We've got a bunch of guys who are going to play snap to whistle play for each other and leave everything out on the field. Now, Sacramento State will not participate in the twenty twenty, one Spring Season Dude Cove nineteen that school announced the decision on the same day that the Big Sky Commissioner tweeted about the six game season. Sacramento State head coach Troy Taylor said after thoughtful deliberation we have determined that it is in the best interests of both our student athletes and our football program to opt out of a possible spring football season our concern regarding the effects of the short turnaround and recovery time from spring season to policies and in our opinion well, those combined were too big of a health risk. Taylor. said the team. Is already preparing for the fall twenty, twenty, one season. No other big sky teams have expressed their intent to cancel the twenty twenty twenty, one season now NCAA rules allow F- CS teams to begin a season until December thirty first or in two thousand and twenty one teams playing in the spring were allowed to hold fifteen quote fall ball practices close quote within a thirty four day window it will hold the FCS champion check a next spring starting on April eighteenth lasting until the national title title game. This is expected in mid May the championship team will feature or field I should say will feature. Sixteen teams rather than the traditional twenty, four eleven teams will qualify automatically five will receive at large bids. So some good news for the University of Northern Colorado as UNC football will play a six game conference season this spring seven, sixteen now thirteen ten, kfi thirteen, ten, Kfi K. A. Dot Com. This time checks sponsored by the candlelight dinner playhouse dinner theater at its finest screen shows great food and great value candlelight dinner playhouse Broadway in your backyard this. COLORADO CANDLELIGHT DOT COM for more information here mornings with Gail Weekdays six to nine in northern Colorado's voice. Thirteen ten KFI K.. The, day's headlines podcast mornings with Gail and more and their schedule upcoming sports broadcast find them at thirteen ten K. F. K. A. dot com. Seven twenty three now thirteen ten, Kfi K. Thirteen ten KFI, a dot com mornings with Gail live and local via the auto collision Specialists Studios. All right. Just wanted to do a creek rewind reflecting on our conversation this morning with Rick Gates some spot on campaign analysis Rick Gates, of course was the. Trump twenty sixteen a deputy campaign chairman. But we're talking about the fact. Well, we covered a lot of ground this morning but talking about the fact that well. Nearly sixty five, million at this point, it's probably more than sixty five, million votes early votes have already. BEEN CAST record. Breaking. Sixty five million broke votes this according to a turnout tracker. For Peace Out of the epoch times now as of Tuesday. Nationally and I've got the local numbers as well. We'll get into those but nationally, voters have as of Tuesday. Once again, cast nearly forty seven percent of the total votes counted in the two thousand, sixteen election. Nearly half of the total votes counted in the twenty sixteen election this according to. This is a good site actually I was I would suggest you check this out. This is according to the US elections project run by University of Florida. Professor. Michael McDonald. No not that Michael McDonald. There were a total of forty seven point two, million early votes in the two thousand, sixteen election that of course. As, the number of votes early votes cast already are probably over sixty five million. So compare and contrast to that total of forty seven point two, million early votes in the two thousand, sixteen election well, that number has been dwarfed by the number cast thus far in this election cycle just six days away from election day now, McDonald for his part wrote in an October twenty fifth. saying that the numbers are stunning. The pace of some states early voting is such that with almost certainty states will begin surpassing their total twenty sixteen vote this week Texas incidentally as Tuesday already surpassed over eighty two percent of its two thousand sixteen total vote with New Mexico and Montana each at around seventy percent now. This margin is narrowing according to Mr Gates in our conversation this morning. At press time and this piece appeared that just yesterday in the epoch times. Across the country Democrats account for nearly forty nine percent of early voters thus far. Republicans coming in at twenty eight percent and those with no party affiliation twenty two percent McDonald. Sad. Democrats, enjoy a huge advantage in mail ballot requests and mail ballot return rates. Democrats requesting some twenty three point five, million mail ballots compared to Republicans thirteen point four million could that be attributable to the fact that historically Republicans well, they like the physical process of voting of in person voting. and Are we going to see those numbers turn around specifically for those who take advantage of that opportunity I mean person voting already available but will we see an influx of in person voting on election day? Are you waiting to vote in person until election day and why nine? Seven? Three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen ten. Now as of this, writing in The Times, Democrats are also returning mail ballots at a significantly higher rate coming in at forty six point six percent this compared to Republican voters at thirty eight point three percents again are you waiting if you're taking the mail in ballot? And if I may be so bold, why indeed are you waiting? Republicans need to vote in person to make up ground on democratic male voters. McDonald, went on to say either early or on election day there is still some play laughed in the in person early vote but time is starting to run short. You think we've got six days until election day such that Republicans will need to rely heavily on the Election Day vote witch McDonald noted, this is nothing unprecedented. This is traditionally been a strong day of voting for Republicans in recent elections. McDonald added. No. The election is a not over not by a long shot in Florida, for example. Democrats have outvoted. Republicans by a six, hundred, fifteen, thousand margin by mail while Republicans only have a three hundred thirteen thousand edge in person in Nevada where Democrats usually dominate in person early voting but the state decided to send a mail ballot to every voter this year the GOP has a forty seven thousand voter edge in person while Democrats have a one hundred, thousand advantage in mail ballots McDonald told the Associated Press at some point Republicans have to vote. On deed we will Mr. McDonald, you can't force everyone through a vote center on election. Day Are you going to expect all those Republicans to stand in line for eight hours? Given the significance of this election. Would you stand in line for eight hours? That split in voting behavior. Democrats, voting early Republicans on election. Day. As let some Democrats to worry about trump declaring victory because early votes are counted last in rust belt battlegrounds but they're counted swiftly in swing states such as Arizona Florida and North. Carolina which may balance out which party seems ahead on election night and we'll be have the results on election night. We can only hope so get into the Colorado numbers in just a few markets down again today and those Social Media C., E. O.'S On the hot seat Keith Whiteman Presidential Wealth Management Ways in in just a few seven thirty now thirteen, ten KFTA. Patrick the whole show and Colin Coward or a northern Colorado's. Thirteen ten KFI. K.. Catch me Dan. Patrick and the DANETTES weekdays nine to noon on thirteen ten. Koa. All right tackle no-bid about that. That Well we are. GNASHING records around the country in terms of our early vote returns. Were probably at over sixty, five million. Of those votes already cast now according to this piece that I shared with you out of the epoch times nationally as of Tuesday voters have cast nearly forty seven percent of the total votes counted in the twenty sixteen election. There were a total of forty seven point two, million early votes in the two, thousand, sixteen election, and again as of yesterday well, we've already already tallied up a whopping sixty, five million early votes across the country what amount in Colorado tell you what we will get those numbers to you. As we take a look at Colorado's early vote tracker. This is courtesy of peace in the Colorado Sun. By, a John Franken we'll take a look at the turnout in the two thousand twenty election coming your way. But the good news is that Colorado ones that have been displaced by those wildfires including. The massive east troublesome fire and the Cameron peak fire, of course, which were quelled to a great extent. No not put out. But slowed their role Thanks to that heavy snowfall in which those areas got anywhere from one to two feet of snow. But for those that were displaced by those why wildfires? Well, they can still return ballots across the state will have all the details coming your way in just a few seven, fifteen, thirteen, ten, k. f. k.. Party northern Colorado's. For. Thirteen ten KFI K. The Block Party Wednesdays from Florida ten PM. If you miss any portion of mornings with Gail to thirteen ten K. K. A. dot com to download the podcast today Patrick. Good news for so many that have been so. By. Wildfires are burning throughout the northern Colorado, ambient particularly. The troublesome fire and the camera fire seven, Fifty, seven now thirteen ten cameron peak tire thirteen ten, Kfi K. Thirteen ten, Kfi a dot com northern Colorado's voice mornings with Gail from auto collision specialist studios but anyone that has been displaced by the wildfires. Yes. You still have the opportunity to have your voice heard and have your ballot counted We're piece I had pulled out of the Denver Post a few days ago by Sajjan Hindi and well, you have multiple options if you count yourself among those who have been so adversely affected by the east troublesome and Cameron peak fires you have multiple options to ensure that your vote indeed is counted in the November third election this cording to the. Colorado. Secretary. Of State's office. Now, if you need to, you can pick up a replacement of from a polling centre in your Particular County Those who have been displaced can pick up ballots in other counties and return them to any dropbox in the state. Voters displaced because of vac-vacation orders and a first responders working the fires can get emergency ballots electronically by Contacting York County, clerk's office. Now Remember we attach with Candy Clerk and Recorder Carly Compass about the fact that if you were planning on dropping your ballots in the mail well, the last day to do that was Monday to ensure again that your vote is counted. So step away from the mailbox. No, there are countless dropbox locations. In Weld County in Larimer county indeed around the state wherever your home county may be. So don't drop it in the mail but you can drop it at a dropbox. Now if you're looking for locations specific locations of those drop boxes or If you want to vote as many do im-. Person At those voting centers, you can simply go to go vote Colorado Dot Gov. now needless to say the wildfire spreading across the state pulled election officials to the test to ensure everyone's ballots are protected. All right. Coming up We're going to chat a little bit about the return rate in Colorado thirteen ten, K. F. K. A. Greeley loveland were collins it's eight o'clock ABC News

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