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The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

31:58 min | 6 months ago

Local Hour: PabLour

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The land has grown fallow. I am I am Yeah I here's the saying of. Wow already I if you if you had thirty four seconds for when I would officially unintentionally impersonate myself -gratulations. The weird thing about having your show cancelled right before. The pandemic hits is that everyone's show basically got cancelled all got cancelled so none of us really feels real yet. Yeah I feel like at some point. I'll go back to the seaport and I'll be at the giant desk by the way I don't know what they're gonNa do it. It's so big. It's the weight of humans as we've tested. I have no idea what can happen to it. I hope I can get it. I have no space in my apartment as you can probably but I assume that yeah when this is all over I'll be back to exactly the life I was living before. In retrospect the table I think was a mistake. This is one of the issues but it's somewhere in storage right. Why why do you have a yellow legal pad says criticisms of high noon? I actually feel that. There's a couple of friends of mine that I feel the worst for being in sort of self-isolation we've been in it for a month now. Most people in In civilized parts of more developed parts of the country and I wanna say civilized well more develops also judgy. But either way we're here. I'm kind of surly on a Monday morning but I feel bad for you and a friend of mine that was injured in a motorcycle accident. He say off of his feet and he was sort of in self isolation for a month. You had baby a secret baby. I hear those are in vogue now. And so you've sort of not only had a heads up on everybody's show being cancelled so flippantly but also you got a heads up on like a you know staying in your apartment. Not going anywhere doing anything fun. Yeah Yeah Team Secret. Baby I in this. I've been in this since February February twenty fourth. Which is when violet was born. It was the day of the big Kobe. Memorial Sang and at that point. I was like in defacto lockdown and the way I feel about all this you know as much as I want to claim the level of injury that befell your motorcycle accident friend who I truly feel bad. He's over based on based on just the words motorcycle an accident. I feel like there's no like you know. It was like a one on a scale of one to insert athlete who got on a motorcycle and crashed ear. Actually I misspoke and I made it sound a lot rather than it was. He was on an electric scooter and he fell. He fell on the like in in brickell. They have like all these bridges and like his tire. Turn where the bridge opens up so his knee came crashing down there. What are we talking about my friend more about you? I like the idea of being like yeah. Got A twelve car pile up and it's like well. What did it happen? Go Kart track. Yeah Yeah so so. Yeah I've been in lockdown for since February basically and the way I feel about it is I've gone from. How dare this planet ruin the birth of my child and all of the stuff to now going to? I think this is probably a good time to kill two birds with once so yeah like I was going to be indoors already. I'm just hanging out. I wasn't gonNA see my friends for awhile I it. Now get to claim that I am intentionally a better father than I would've been like. I'm just here I am. I am a full-time debt. So I will take all the credit on that level. Do you haven't sold out any of your friends because they're all staying in so they can't already start blaming your baby. Your seat your precious little secret baby for ruining your relationships and going out. I know you you like some of the action since February. This has got to be pretty hard. You Know Me. I'm lucky I get to leave the house. I Need Stimuli I. It's I would say the biggest frustration beyond my general need for human interaction Which may be on the one hand just like personality traits and on the other hand personality flaw? Like I just need validation from other people on a constant loop to feel. I'm alive but I have found that the toughest part is being in Manhattan. So I'm in midtown Manhattan. I am I am outside of this window is is a very empty city and so I would like to an and all which is sad. No Yard right like I just am cooped up. I usually go on walks. Long seven mile walks as a matter of my personal exercise because I am an old person in terms of getting my steps in was educated. Seaport I would definitely walk to the back And I would get my thoughts together and I will listen to. Podcast was in the music and it would be sort of my whole way to calm down and and chill out and now I am just doing laps in my living room. So it's been tough but you know. I have embraced video conferencing which is like a very sad statement but I have enjoyed it weirdly. I am staring at your face right now. Listeners can't see it I am enjoying that. It gives me some of that that validation slash interaction that I do actually need. I'm looking at your face right now and many people know this since you haven't had a presence on television while nobody has again headstart by you. You have moustache. I just trimmed it. It's Mike it was worse the last time you saw me on. Zoom call with Jay Nolan. It was it was. I was going head to head with Mark Sanchez. It was worth sleeve in terms of in terms of moustache. I don't even know if cold and sees the right word lengths earth anyhow so I had to trim it and yeah I'm GonNa try and keep going. I think I have well. Here's the thing when you had your secret baby. Did you feel any hormonal changes? Because I feel like I can only really grow the mustache because I had this baby and in the same way that when the baby cries her. Mother's breasts will start leaking milk. Which is a thing. Look it up you. You know which is crazy. It is sometimes My wife is pumping and she needs to see a picture of the baby and then mentally just triggers. It's pretty amazing how you could see the zoom call. I'd I acted out milk flowing to one's breast. You see here's a video that I'm playing on my cell phone of the baby laughing like it'll start leaking. It's kind of weird. The human will. That's a level. I had not contemplated so. Can you play the sound of just like a baby on Youtube and it will sort of have a similar effect because yeah when I lived in Greenwich Village in downtown Manhattan we will get Red Tailed Hawks. That would settle onto the roof right below us. In what would do is I would take my phone and I would blast youtube videos. After searching for terms like a mouse noises squirrel that I would just hold it out the window and hope that the Red Tailed. Hawk would like look around and be fooled into thinking that there was like a prey around and would hang out longer. It seems. We're not so different and hawks. I mean pretty unbranded even started with A. Here's the thing. I think this was all a question about your moustache to and we ended with red tail. Yeah right right so so so the facial hair I feel like my response to Babies. Crying has been through grow facial hair. I think that's my response. I don't know if you've had that experience but I feel more powerful hormonally than I ever had father and so on breath. I asked you a direct question about your mustache and we went down. This really bizarre path about holding a cell phone of mice sounds in order to trick. I think that's like slightly cruel to that's that's another thing. Yeah Yeah Yeah yeah absolutely. There's there's ethical considerations in terms of how I've interacted with animals with youtube videos. That's fair I wanted to also discuss. Generally what people like us to do. Because it's one thing our show I think has settled in. Although Friday was a bit laborious but most of the shows have been good without sports. We are eventually going to get to the point where we need sports to discuss. This is our shows. Pretty well positioned in that. We're sort of character driven but I mean we are the exception to the rule just generally as a whole. Are we going to be able to get back to work? Because I've spoken to some people off the record that are actually playing in these games and there is legitimate concern. That sports can't happen until there's a vaccine. Yeah I've been inhaling all sorts of theories and I've been calling around and I've been looking at graphs there's a Morgan Stanley produced graph. That came out over the weekend that gave us sort of rough sense of the time line and I think the biggest word that is necessary for all this happen and be realistic as testing. And I I just don't see the evidence that that's going to be widely available Anytime soon we are told that I just don't I have not seen that. Be Reality so when you can test everybody I think that's a real concrete first step and we can move towards like a sort of slow rollout the the the way that it's been framed in a couple of places that seem authoritative and once again. I'm probably getting fooled. By all sorts of memes and charts that are not actually rigorous in their academic nature here. But there would be waves. There'd be wave one wave to like the places in the country that are safer to return to work. There could be like a green zone red zone thing the red zone in this case being like places in the country that are not okay and the green zones are the ones that are. It's my favorite red zone lease favor. When do I get the normal red zone? Red Zone camera feeds on places where nothing is happening. It's the opposite of. It's not the OCTA box. It's lots of me growing a mustache. That's what that red zone. It's just all. Jags COLTS THIS. Just the Red Zone that were at all. It's all the London game objects carts so so how does this happen? I think like the players. I don't know who you've been talking to of course but I would say that when it comes down to if you don't play in our bio dome you won't get paid. I feel like players are going to WANNA play. I would say that the Union's job in that case is going to be maybe the most fascinating test case that a player's Union has ever had in terms of like in the NBA. For instance Adam Silver. Mike Adam Silver's whole thing is not that he is actually like the woke commissioner the NBA gets away with a lot of that by virtue of comparison. Adam silver to me. His whole thing is actually that he just has really good relationships with players in a sport where the players matter. Roger Goodell doesn't have these relationships those relationships in the NFL matter in the same way. Adam silver though has those relationships. This is a situation where the unions theoretically say. Hold on we need to be totally secure and confident and rigorous before we do anything and my thought is Adam. Silver is going to dangle. The money in front of the players and the players are going to want that money in the way that me and you and all of the other people who need to support themselves probably would feel similarly. Yeah it'll be interesting to see if this breaks sound sort of culturally to NBA players since they're fewer of them. You don't really have many of the players in the NFL with their collective bargaining agreement. The fifty three the fifty third man on the roster has just as much say as Aaron Rodgers and the collective bargaining agreement actually more tilted to players that are struggling to make it paycheck to paycheck and on practice squads in the NBA it. There's not so much that the rosters are smaller superstar. League I mean superstars are on the sort of executive level of the Players Association. It'll be interesting to see Jeff. Passan joined us on the show and he was talking to one baseball player. That said go away from my family. This is when the Arizona theory was out there where they would be sort of they would make Arizona. This baseball bubble and these players would be playing an empty stadium seven inning doubleheaders Jeff. Passan heard from one player. One day no way I could be separated from my from my family for four and a half months and the very next day the same player. Text them if it means getting paid my wife's okay with it. So yeah we're going to be able to get that money it'd be interesting that's it though. That's it I mean if this is what the job is going to be and this is the uncomfortable distinction. We draw right like there are jobs that have the leverage to say no and there are other jobs that never stops. There are people in grocery stores who are INSTA- car shopping. For All of us there are people in these essential businesses in New York. Even still who are working and so the question is well. Obviously if we wanted to take a vote we would probably all vote. The athletes back to work Ryan if you were to take a poll. We'd like those people as well to be back to work. People are far more at risk in the lower economic strata in our country. They're still working but again. That's where the union has to come in and be like. Can we just make sure that we know what we're doing because the other passing detail Mike that he wrote in that article was if we get one positive test that does not mean we have to stop? Yeah and it was actually. It was actually refreshing. Actually see a plan that took that into consideration right right because that's that's the thing. How does the Bio Dome respond to contamination and again? I think that I would like to live in a world where one positive test is not stopped everything from happening. But it's a really uncomfortable conversation that I think requires a lot more scientific rigor before we just take that at face. Value like yeah. Yeah I'm worried about you specifically and the city of New York not just because the numbers are overwhelming coming from there. But this is the city where everybody's on top of each other and as you mentioned you don't have a backyard. It's refreshing me that I can go out for a walk walk. My dog feel the sun on my face. If need be here in Miami New York not. That's not really an option for the vast vast majority of people in that city. What is it like living in that city? Because I feel like it's like I am legend levels type of weird over there right now. It's the weirdest ever been in. I was in highschool during nine eleven. And that was you know. Self-evidently catastrophic this though feels different and weird in a deeper way in ever felt like. I am legend in this way and it does feel like that. This feels like a combination of a couple of things. There's a little sort of bit of of that. Nine eleven dynamic. There's some Post Hurricane. Sandy stuff in terms of just things being boarded up and emptied out but as a as a born and bred. New York lead us like I am somebody who would never live anywhere else but now we are living the experiment in which you take away all the things that make me feel that way. It is the fact that I can wander around the city spontaneously find people doing interesting things. It is the fact that the restaurants here are endless and unpredictable and I would never be able to eat all the restaurants in ten block radius and now I can eat it. None of them. It's the fact that people are close to me. It's the fact that I have access to all of these things. Outside of my house New York is built for you to be outside of your home. Num- both that way culturally and that way in terms of like architecture and economics like none of our apartments are big enough for us to spend all of our time year. I'm worth the very least it. Is that way for ninety nine percent of people myself included. And so yeah. We're testing what it's like to be cooped up and not be able to access all the things that make New York so unique in so yeah I have never wanted a yard more. I have never wanted to yard actions. I've never I haven't cared like we've parts of Central Park. Go over there. I have all of these. The city is a park and now I am. I am without any of those luxuries and so it's strange man. I wonder like what the burn rate in. New York's going to be terms of people who never return maybe or people who treat this as maybe again the people of the resources the people who treat this as as their second home so to speak as opposed to their primary residence. That's fascinating I. I never really thought about that. This is sort of like a training ground and not to get too much into your personal life but so many things are happening all at once. View both professionally and personally and you add this pandemic on top of it. There's and the fact that you have nothing but time to do self reflection. I imagined that you're going through quite a bit right now. Pablo Yeah Yeah. Yeah I mean look the weird thing about this though is i. Don't feel more like with the baby. Violet there's no downtime I mean again. I have the ability when boards. Just become a really good dad. When I'm not doing that I am playing Mario tennis a Orem or among zoom and so so. I don't feel bored by definitely. I definitely have a great anxiety over what happens on the back end of this not to get. I'm sorry to interrupt because I've had not but you mentioned anxiety and since I didn't think this was depressing enough. I want to talk about some of the mental health ramifications of what's going on here because I think that honestly there's this illness that we can see the numbers grow every day but I do think that we're on the precipice of an unprecedented mental health epidemic. In this country there are a lot of people had no idea that they had any sort of issues. And they just kept themselves. Busy kept distracting. Kept set self medicating without even knowing it and now with nowhere to go. People are starting to feel things that they're not familiar with. They don't even know how to describe it. They don't really know what's going on and I really feel that we are going to. People are are discovering so much about themselves right now. They don't even know what to call what it is. They're going through. When this is all over I think we are going to see and I don't really know how it's sort of Presents itself Really Pablo Hopefully it presents itself in the most tame way possible but I do think that there is a huge mental health issue in this country and that was before we started with a pandemic and people were able to distract themselves. I'm really concerned about it. Are You yes? Yes and there is unfortunate triage when it comes to how as a society we are discussing and caring about that stuff at the moment so in this triage system. The number one concern by definition has to be people who are suffering from the virus whose lives are most immediately at risk. The stuff underneath though the stuff that you're mentioning is so important and what's politically very tricky about all of this. Is that the people who want to say. It is time to reopen the economy right now because we have people who are dealing with alcoholism and drug addiction mental stuff were cooped up relationship domestic abuse. All that stuff is real. None of it should be discounted. It is simply in the context of well in this triage system which we apply during wartime. When does that sort of skip to the front of the line of our concerns and that is such a tough public health question but we should not be discounting any of that and I know people in my life people who are degrees away from me. Who are battling that stuff right now and it is absolutely like a medical concern in its own right and how we deal with the mental health stuff in specific. Yeah there's when that conversation can become broader and more acceptable and not seem to be competing with the priorities of. Let's take care of people who are infected. The better off will be but this Mike asks us to do the thing that America on the Internet at least is so severely bad at doing is trying to do the thing where you hold two thoughts in your mind at the same time like both things are bad yet. Either of them are necessarily like political position that any of us should feel comfortable prioritizing other. I'm uncomfortable admitting that one should be prioritized over the other because right now we only have the capacity to deal with one right now and you see like how how far behind we were and the leg up that this virus hat on us as a nation as well cooped up in our homes. I don't know if we have the capacity to deal with these two things at once. It's it's a shame because the reverberations for for this are going to be felt for quite some time after and I fear it changing years. Now what are you binging? Oh Man I am currently binging. The Larry Sanders show which I never watched into classics. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'm trying to get my literacy up with my culture illiteracy up. That's interesting because because most people I mean there's Ozark there's obviously tiger king. It feels a lot easier to get into something that just started. So you can be a part of something culturally. I always found it to be very difficult to be motivated. Get into like a big time show. That was older just because it's such an investment but I'm trying to do the same. It's funny that you're going with Larry. Sanders show yeah. I was I was like halfway through tiger king and I think it'll always be there and I'll probably sprinkle it in as time goes on but the thing that I was most proud of last week was that my screen time popped up and I was down twenty four percent from the week before. How it's not to Brag but I think it's because I've been watching the Larry's did because he switched correct like my screen. My television screen is as addictive as ever but the lack of currency social and otherwise at the Larry Sanders show has meant that. There's no twitter component. So I'm watching the late. Garry shandling For hours and hours. And you can't talk to anybody about it. You can't share these experiences outside of maybe justify your family no not even them on watching it like I watching this so this is just for you. I mean that's just for me. I almost feel people watch these shows just so they can have conversations with others. This is just a full on selfish. Move by yes correct. Correct there is. This is the thing I'm doing when it's my turn to have the baby and Liz can go like by the way. I am not exercising at all. How are you doing on? That's the thing that I wish I was doing more of but instead again I'm watching Larry Sanders show. I have gained five pounds since I last played soccer which was a month ago. I've gained five pounds during this pandemic which is not great. Obviously the gyms are all closed. I have some weights at my house. I ordered like these elastic bands. Because I did a local hour with izzy Gutierrez and he's like man do band training. I was like yeah. He's right now all. I get on Instagram ads. By the way like all these resistance bands but I ordered a month ago and it still hasn't showed up because our postal system is overwhelmed. Right now so I'm going to be getting these resistance bands when I can go back into the gym so it was one of the worst purchases I've ever made but I'm not actually working but I'm thinking about working out to answer your question. I did like seven laps in in the pool and I was like. I think that's good. I think that that's pretty good. I don't know what that is. That's pretty good pool but I feel like I was tired when I stopped and I was like okay. Got The heart pumping good. GimMe another white cloud I got. I got challenged on instagram. I guess it was now like two weeks or whatever when people were doing that. Push up challenge. Yeah like sue bird challenged me to a push up challenge and I just didn't respond. Yeah I know I'm not what I did do was like then. Go on Youtube and find that I think it was sterling K. Brown does like a body weight only eat like Workout regimen and I tried to do that and my entire body was sore and so I was just out of commission for the next week and I have not returned to youtube or otherwise but I feel like the next step in. All of this is to go do. I heard that. Billy blanks is now back on on some sort of tai-bo sequel and I feel like that might be what I have to do next because my heart needs the help. Yeah I mean. Since the nineties there has been a billy blanks size hole in this country that needs filling. And it can only be filled by billy blanks. So billy blanks space. Look at you. You're so smart. You used sharp sharp. Yeah you use you use triage in the same sort of thought that use stupidly bad so I really got a full spectrum Babo Oh Tori Pablo one thing. Hold on one second hot set Dan. Oh come on now. You've got the speaker over there where you're watching something on your phone. I mean this. Dan Levitan very very disrespectful. What does this sound now? He's listening I don't know something I don't know either way I'm starting to get into watching. Other people play Video Games which is not very fun. I was going to ask you because I've seen you post which related content and that is another like four in this road that I may I may pursue myself. But what's that like? I feel like I WANNA hop in there and play but I'm really enjoying watching people play the games that I play. I can't really get into four night because I don't play for night but watching people play games that I play where I can actually learn something and it sort of like a tutorial. I'm enjoying that but I realize I need something more than that. I need to see people with some level of fame playing video games. I just can't get invested in the characters that are playing so I need so there's this The sort of quarantine challenge that. There is a bunch of footballers that are playing Fiba tournaments. So there's a sixty four team tournament where players have to pick their own team and they're playing against each other. It's mostly like small level teams but occasionally you'll have a big club like Liverpool Manchester City. So I'm enjoying that. I'm enjoying getting another personalities. I need some sort of. I still need some sort of Hook. I can't just like jump in with like a twitter account and this is what they do professionally. Because I don't have that connection. Yeah Yeah I was thinking about that yesterday. Watching this horse thing where I was like. If you're famous so I I say that because it's not enough to have just fame either like I still find myself when I'm watching video like I'm here to watch the person on some level be humiliated or put some of themselves on the line from or just be entertaining and funny and that's still. That's still the gap for me. When I'm watching other people do things I still see them. I guess as content creators versus foremost but at the same time like I feel like twitches where where all of us are going to end up in some way or another like. We are ham girls at this point. I am enjoying learning about the platform. I do and learning interesting quirks. What you say when you get a subscriber I do. I do like those things. There's other sound effects like coins like adore like other things like your audience is growing. There's a graphic that shows up on the screen and then Meyers Leonard. He's like oh thanks so much for the follow up or something like that. There's all sorts of like twitch culture things that I'm learning. And yes I have to watch Meyers Leonard. Because that's my only foray into it. I just like jumping on Ninja and know what he's talking about. But I am enjoying picking up on subtle hints of twitch culture. I do think it's a good platform. I think it's a good platform. Do I look forward to clicking on one of your twitch streams and finding out that you've purchased a Gamer chair I think you're now it's a twitch streamers that you have like a fighter pilot replica chair? Yeah there's going to be all these things that I purchased at the beginning of the pandemic that will finally get delivered when this is all done and I'm not going to know what the deal with Abbott Gamer Chair. And all these resistance and all this astronaut food stockpiled and all these instant soups. And I'm just going to be able to. I think I'm going to be living as if I'm in a pandemic for month after all the things are trickling in from the Postal Service Pablo Tori. We really appreciated talking with you. Catching up with you. You being so open and honest you really painted a very vulnerable picture about just like a General New Yorker and. I really appreciated that honesty. We'll catch up with you again soon. Take care of yourself if you need me I will be right here. Watching the Larry Sanders show watching season for the Larry Sanders. Show man. Take care of yourself likewise.

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Episode 92: Spousal Support with Matt Mitro

Women Inspiring Women

35:48 min | 1 year ago

Episode 92: Spousal Support with Matt Mitro

"You're listening to the women inspiring women podcast each week network, marketing professional and mom turned entrepreneur. Melanie metro gives you her tried and true tips for building a business from your kitchen table, this self-made millionaire went from a stay at home mom to the top of a network marketing business and just three years. She built an online health and fitness business from the ground up while raising babies and juggling being a mom and wife now, she wants to help you become the boss of your own life for blog post, business tips and more check out her website at Melanie metro dot com. Now, let's get to the show. Here's your host. Melanie metro. Well, good morning everybody. It is Melanie metro the host of the women inspiring women podcast, and I am back from vacation. And I would say I'm just about back to one hundred percents still struggling a little bit with that post vacation jetlag is what I'm gonna call it. You know, last week was such an awesome awesome week. And if you follow my Instagram, or my Facebook, you saw that I was honored rewards trip with my family that I earn through my network marketing business, and as much as I would like to call it a vacation, it was very much a work vacation with sort of fifty fifty. And so we already came back with that that brain fog that sort of tiredness of you know, just meeting with everybody and being up early in staying up late and doing all the things in zone. We really spent the weekend kind of recharging our batteries than and it's Tuesday ZOA working really hard at at. Back into the flow. But you know, on today's episode we are gonna talk about something that I get questions about all the time when I post about this specific topic on my social media. It is the I get the most amount of engagements likes in comments, which leads me to believe that the people listening out. There are struggling with this too. And today, we're really going to dive into the relationship part of building this business when you have a significant other spouse, a loved one that is maybe not so supportive of your business. What are some of the things that you can do with your spouse to really grow that support system and matinee are gonna really share going to actually gonna bring that into today's episode. We're gonna sit down we're going to have an unplugged conversation with you about just some advice that we want to give to other couples. That may be not on the same page about this business opportunity or any network marketing business opportunities. So today, we're going to really dive into that. So before we do that. I just wanna do our rating for the week. So you guys you can be a feature listener you have a chance every single week by going to IT tunes and leaving me a rating and review. So this one is by four by Aloha this on Sunday, it she said, it was inspirational and informative. I've been on the fence as a longtime discount coach team beach in your podcast has given me a swift kick that I needed. I'm now ready to get into the game in stop watching from the sidelines. Thank you for always giving back so four by Aloha. I am cheering you on. And hoping to see you rise up through the ranks in your business. I know that it takes hard work dedication, disciplined grit. Just that willingness to never give up, and I know that you can do it in even if you don't have an up line, that's active right now or supporting you. You know, you can come here every week for support accountability tips and motivation are guys let's dive into today's conversation with my fabulous has been met. While the morning guys. All right. So we are we are here. We are live in the metro CASA with my wonderful husband mad if you could just see his face right now. Warn. He's so excited to be here. So we've never had you wanna podcast right now. Doing my first my first team called for another team last night ghetto podcasts morning popular, I got. And I want to tell you that that is like the most anti social media speaking on calls. He's like you do your thing. I'm gonna do my feel like you released Epping out of your comfort zone here. Do. So, but it's got it is really good because we've been we've had a crazy journey together through this business from two thousand eleven when I started my network marketing business to where we are now. And and so you may be you may be watching us on social media. And you may see this sort of max the one that does the cooking, and he does the laundry, which he hates it with every bone in his body. He does all the grocery shopping. He helps with the getting the kids to and from school. Like, he is the most amazing say out of life and a new, and we may look like we have it altogether. Right. You know, but we're really just trying to survive. But it wasn't always this way. We didn't always have this dynamic where Matt was stupor supportive, and he was willing to do all the things he does. Now, if we wind back two thousand eleven Matt was working his full-time job. And and we are on a very. Different path in life. And when I started my network marketing business there was a lot of tension. A lot of challenges a lot of of I don't know ego. Bullheaded nece what else just working on Joe's? Yeah. It was a lot it was ugly. And how long would you say that went on for eighteen months? New botha? We have good waiters imbed waves. Yeah. Yeah. So do you want to sort of let's rewind because people know us now, and they are dynamic. So let's rewind back to the first eighteen months of when I first launched my business. What was your initial response? When I said, I was gonna sign up in. I was gonna be a beach Friday coach, I remember correctly accident. Tell me this kind of life fell into that you signed up as a beach buddy coach, I asked you, you know, as yeah. Yeah. He said no to still did the Emig you're probably still signed up anyways in. Now, you told me if I wanted to get a job with the kids in daycare could get a real job, and you didn't believe in it. And it was about a month that went by. And I saved up my money that all of our family gave us me for my birthday not signed up yet. So good that was that was the start of the journey in the backup that won her. Up line in the business. Also was my best best friend's wife who we are big falling out with. So haven't talked to them for about five years. And all of a sudden here comes each way. Hey, here's an opportunity sign up with me in that made me very skeptic at the beginning. So not really so ground to start a business on from my perspective. But she went off in, you know, I was thinking, you know, this would be a little baby step. But no, she went full killed all in all the time with beach railway. Do you think it was just getting any something like stupid hobby? That did not we'd like give it up in a month. Yeah. I figured you drink your body, shake all g you go. This is great in the next bag show up in it would be half gone in the next bag which show up in all of a sudden we'd have a year supply, and you doing something completely outside of that. Yeah. Well, entire that's because a never stuck do anything before. Staidness wise are. Attrition. Like, this wasn't this wasn't part of our life before hand. Right. Okay. So now here I am I'm signed up and I am full tilt. So what does what has full tilt look like laundry ceased dinners were on the table kids were running around. The house was a disaster in I'm coming in after leaving the house at six in the morning walking around five thirty six at night exhausted in all here's her on her phone or typing on her computer way in. There's no other care in the household of doing anything else. Other than big fight. So for my respect of that was very annoying. Yeah. I can imagine. Because there when I'm gone for a couple of days, I come home yet out of that same like expectation that like had should be cleaned like as the stay at home parent. Like now that the were sort of flipped like, I totally get it. I totally understand you probably were driving into the driveway everyday going. Good lord. Like, it's going to be a disaster. Knock anything to eat. And it was just gonna be. We're just annoyed with me all the time. Right. There was a question that I wanted to ask you a now it just went in one ear and out. I want you tell them what you did tell them. What your full time job was like what your background though. So I was a work the time Himes. America was the external manufacturer buyer for them. So I had responsibilities about seven or eight plants outside of Heinz plants that I would help manage. So a lot of responsibility lot of emails. You know, practically ought to be on my phone twenty four seven travel decent amount. So it was it was a high stress job that just never stopped. Yeah. Yeah. And so we had really made the decision that while I had always wanted to be a stay at home. Mom, so we planned and saved and cut corners. So that whenever we had our youngest Bryce who is now eight which is hard to believe when we have Bryce that. I could leave my fulltime job. So that was sort of an added stress on your play, and we were really sort of financial like just kinda getting by right there were struck. Yeah. We there was no extra fluff in our budget whatsoever. We lived in a three bedroom. Townhouse at our number one argument was minuses. Yeah. Our finances that was like it was crazy. How much we argued about it? So the fact that I took our own money. And I then spend it on this business was just another added stressor, right? And so in the first like month that I was coaching. You know, I was working how many hours a week. Would you say that I was working? I don't remember. 'cause you'd hide a lot. I probably a fulltime job right wrong, forty hours. Plus how much did I make that my first month? I remember, I don't know if you remember will only four dollar seat that was like twenty nine dollars. I sold a bag of algae. And my first month, you do the math you made about thirty two cents. So number one, I wasn't making any money at the beginning. I was working crazy hours. I had zero control of my calendar. I was like a disaster trying to figure this out. So, you know, now the second month, I did better. I actually did make like one hundred and fifty dollars, but I was slow to start. So this I was not like out of the gate killing it, crushing it. I I had no background in network marketing. No social media experience. I had no idea how to had a cell, but I was extremely passionate about what I was doing. Right. I mean, you could see that do you? Remember that part those later that was later. I was I was really passionate about what I was doing. But Matt kinda mentioned the walking on eggshells. Right. So that probably went on for what those like eighteen eighteen months. So what happened once we sort of came to came to this like breaking point? At that point in time. We talked about yet reminds to either to go all in to make this job, and that was more or less. I think we put a dollar amount that we said we needed to try to hit to make this worthwhile. Jim ever what that dollar amount likes? Don't. No, I don't remember that. But we did we did we we got a, you know, you turn the corner or shut it down. But that also gave her leeway in. I think that was the big thing that I said, I if we vice step I take on doing some laundry or cooking dinner on just helping out a little bit more around the house that could give her, you know, five to ten minutes more without her sitting there worried about if I'm gonna give her a dirty look every time I walk past couch. She's typing something, you know, it gave her a little bit more sense of comfort that she didn't have to worry about what I was thinking bigger at we're on the same page. I'll help anything that was a big turning point. Yeah. But it it sort of bubbled up like it was about eighteen month. Mark I was starting to make a decent amount of money. I mean, I was I was averaging about eight hundred thousand dollars a week at that point, right? Yeah. It was some highs and lows like especially in our in this business, like you've some highly sheaves on low weeks that was kind of the average at if I can remember, and you know, we sort of had this discussion where you gave me an ultimatum. You were kinda like if you know, you either need to get control of your schedule you need to have some boundaries. There needs to be like you're not spending any time with the family. You all you're doing is working. And all I could see was that. I wanted to climb the ladder. You know, I wanted to earn the trips I wanted to be in the top point zero one percent of the company. I wanted to earn the bonuses. Like, I was very driven by sorta carrots at the company was dangling. But also, I knew that that was really gonna change our financial situation. But if you were to say to me in this is what you said to me was like you have a decision. It's either family or your business. I was definitely gonna choose our family, even though I didn't want. To give up my business. And so that was really the point. It was like the spring of two thousand twelve is out nine months into my business where we have discussion. And that really when you started to say, okay, I'll help reluctantly I shouldn't say that it was super easy. But you sort of reluctantly said that you would start to help if compromise we compromise. If I started setting business hours, right? And if I was respectful, and so we have a list of things here that we've that we've kind of talked about in the past that really are things that help you and your spouse have shared vision, how to make this work because if you're anything like us, this isn't what we expected our life to be right. This isn't how we closer is in. We envisioned, you know, our life ten years from that point. We didn't expect it Matt would be at home in. I'd be working. You never. You swore up and down you never leave your fulltime job. So, you know, there was a process in you can see it was kind of rocky. So. Kind of walk them through some of these points that we have to just give some tips and suggestions for spouses on how to work this business together as a team. I don't force it. Correct. So what does that mean don't force is the beginning if she would care treat this shaker? Thank you. I'm not wasting your money because that was the one in only shake all everybody. Or working out with me to to jump around in my basement in Muslim goofball. Because that's what we did at the beginning. We know the moves were all that other fun stuff. There was no way that was happening. I mean, I'm not a gym rat. So I didn't have to go to Jim. But jumping around the base. It didn't seem exciting to me either. So to me, it was just one of those things of shoes getting up early to do something in the basement that I was really interested. Yes. It was not part of my game plan. So to to me, it was just a their watch it. You know, be a good example, the good role model drink shakes, you know, do your workouts in stick to it. And I think that just sets a good example leads into you know, the next part of the two which is involve them in the journey yet. So to me, you know, I talked about this little bit last night on the. Team called. But to me, I always, you know, I never can't run a marketing company. I always did the other side of the fence of supply chain. So I always looked at it. But different might. So, you know, Melwood actually like try to like tease me into this McKay. What would you think about this post in, you know, try to get the given answer in you know, I was a good way just to include me, but not really be a part? I mean, I would be taking pictures with her and doing small stuff, but you know, from a social media aspect go to my Facebook page, Michigan. I don't post often or pretty much ever, you know, that wasn't my forte. But from a financial piece of, you know, just talking about, you know, putting a budget together things like that. She's not as strong. That's where you know, you could potentially get your spouse to help you out with it. That's not your strong suit, right L. I hate numbers. I hate reports in you're really good at projections. In income men taking care of the tax stuff said that like a huge weight off my shoulders at our have to worry about. Yeah. Okay. The next one is savers is do. So that was one of the things I'm always been a big stickler in my life of the Vilna. Stay ona. Do it. I'm going to do it. And don't tell me you are going to do it. If you're not. So that would go back to like if we're gonna plan dinner like you say, you making dinner tonight, make don't become enduring the hallway I forgot or it's in the microwave frosty. You know, we when we set a work hours. It was gonna work from two to four. So I had the kids ready to walk out the door at four o'clock to me wasn't. He any ten more minutes. I need twenty more minutes. You know in awesome. Like now, it's four thirty four five. I'm sitting there annoyed with two streaming kids in like do not. So these of that nature of just you're gonna say the do it or like, this is a big one in you've used this one another conversations. If I if I'm gonna go in my office and work how many times were you said this where you're like if I peek in there. Better be working not scrolling in online shopping or chatting with your friends or organizing your desk. Like when you look in my office, you know, working nonstop a retention. I mean that was one of the things that you know, when we started talking about babysitters and stuff it's doing the right activities to drive your business forward because I don't wanna pay for babysitter. You know, because she says she's out of hours, but she was sailing organizing your desk for the fourth time that week or trying to figure out, you know, I don't know if I really want to send this Email here, you know, she had a game plan going in there. And that was big because it was you know, not that I sat overtop over doing. But it was like, you know, you could tell that she was very intentional with what she was doing who she was talking to in didn't really play around games. I in my job was keep the kids from going into the office try to distract hers like focus getting it out. Out. Let's move on. Yeah. Absolutely. All right. The next one is you have to make money, and this is so true. I you would never have supported me if I didn't actually start making an income, and yes, it took a little while for start the compound affect. But if I would have went an entire year with only making thirty dollars a month doing what I was doing. Now, you would have said this is not worth it. You have supported. There was no reason for you to support me in it. I I think there's you know, there's business builders in the people who wanna run it. There's the people who just want to be in this business just to have a social media friends. So to me, it's like we're all here to make money that that's the name of the game. But like you said, you know, whenever I looked at the projections. I never went to say, oh, my God this week you running made axed, and I'll we I kind of found a three month average role in. I looked at the averages over the last three months in that percentage of increase grant, some months wasn't great. But you know, you have to chuckle if you made twenty five dollars on average for three months before nine making one hundred dollars average. I mean, that's a four hundred percent growth in you're sitting there like you compound that over a couple of months, maybe now numbers are starting to look real. So you know, it is a patience game, you know. But if you. Are doing the right type of work in in not just roam basically, you'll see the rewards. Yeah. And I do like what she said about it's a compound effect in. There was a point in our business where it was like is it ever gonna happen? Is it ever going to happen? And then all of a sudden it was like cool. It's happened. Right. And where we started to go. Oh my gosh. Like is this is this real? And I do think that people give up before they get to that point. So if you're seeing that that growth like Matt saying that average every month like keep keep at it because it will exponentially grow in that something that most spouses who don't understand, and I would say for you. It wasn't until you attended a vet's. Right. So in the first summit, you went to was sort of like, your I like understanding of how the business worked in a potential what you said you. I thought you know from hearing Mel. Lina friends talk about this great business opportunity to actually hear the talk was more opening to me, we're in Vegas. I mean, we put we open a credit card. Just hit two flights afford to go out there yet. You know, we party like a rockstar and she's still got in the morning worked out in. I someone down grab my McDonald's in the GM in walkover in Carlos speaking on the main stage in perfect timing. He was talking about the vision of the company were they're rejecting, you know, what was in the pipeline to me those things that I'm used to hearing as you know, from a corporate perspective in Israel refreshing to know that this wasn't a one trick pony. You know to understand what his vision was was very big to me, and it just opened up my eyes, just the no it wasn't Billy blanks, or, you know, something real silly. That you know, as soon as this thing, the fad fades, this is done. You know? So is good, you know, gut. Check of you know, there is some civility to this business. I I look at it remind respective is corporate jobs nowadays are just as risky as something of this nature. But guess what we get to control the side of the fence. We don't control what other people side. So you know to me that's a it's a win now which I didn't see before. So get point as I really get point. So all right. So let's talk a little bit about like the communication piece. So we kind of touched on this a little bit before. But really all kinda give you my perspective. And then you can like a color in there. I know for me, my managing my calendar was big. So at the beginning you were like, oh my gosh. I would come home in their dishes everywhere in close everywhere. The kids were like running amok in the house in non very true. I had sticky notes everywhere. And I just carried around my notebooks might computer from the kitchen. Table to the coffee table to our bedroom to the dining room table in. So I needed to get some organization I needed to set some business hours. And so for me, personally, I would sit down every single Sunday with the Meighan calendar. An I would block out my workout my business hours any events that. I was doing team calls one on ones that I was doing. And then we would put on their things with the family, right? We would have our evening time our date nights. And I was very clear every week was saying, hey, Matt, this is what I have going on. Because prior to coming up with that calendar, you would walk through the door. And I would shove the kids at you say, I have a call to deal gut around in my office in like, you said it was a long day for you in you're exhausted in so here it was during the kids at you, again, just upping that annoyance factor and frustration. So when we started having that communication things, really. Dan to change because there were roles in expectations wrote. And I kind of knew what the week was going to be more like in that got me to communicate better from my side to say, I have late meeting sees nights. So don't schedule meetings. I have a work trip that I'm going to be gone these days. So she would have been better understanding versus you know, higher. Kids was KM out of town tomorrow. I'll see you later, but the one big thing too. Is you still even though you're communicating you to be flexible with it? Thanks change things pop up. So if I walked in the door, you know, Mallon suddenly walking the door and be surprise. I will get the phone call at lunchtime. Say, hey, I need to do this because this this happened. So then I could be prepared to walk through the door and have chaos come out me. But at least I'll have more mentally prepared versus the unknown. Yeah. And then you know, to with just sort of our workweek is a little bit different. And we go like, you you said his all the time on this is Melanie melanie's workweek starts on Sundays and. I work until Thursday's. And then it's like late Friday Saturday Thursday night. And so when we are gonna do date nights or things it happens Thursday night Friday or Saturday night, you know, and that's just sort of how it is. And then Saturday and Sunday mornings, you just know I get up and do a few hours of work in the morning. It's quiet. Social media's kinda quiet. I can get a lot of things done. And so we sort of have that mutual understanding like you would get up with the gifts when they were little on weekends to even on the work weeks. You know, I know that her busy times are more nighttime than it is she puts a full forty hours in but around monocoque when the kids go to bed, you know, love will just sit there snuggle on the couch. I know she is motivated a time to continue to do some extra things in there. So I don't get bothered now by not sitting next room couch, but we still plan time together. So as not one of the. Is that it's twenty four seven. She locked herself in the office. Nobody can reach them. But it's like if I wanna go watch TV I watch TV it, you know, I don't have to have our sitting next to my side. You can bring a computer over sit down we talk. We do other stuff. It's just not might not be everybody's normal. But that's ours. No in it works for us. Enact night. And I in in respect that guys. Like, I when I first started doing the calendar, I would blow you off sometimes when it comes to like our mates where we were going to hang out and that happened a couple of times in you're like this can't happen. Like, if we say, you're going to hang out with me, you better hang out, you know, and it's kinda say do thing like be respectful. Don't you're the world doesn't revolve around you as the business owner either like other people like Matt wants to spend time with me, and I need to be grateful that he actually wants to be around me because it'll just create more distance infraction. If if I keep, you know, not making time for you are so let's talk a little bit about. I just wanna say look guys, it's not all the guy's fault. Right. So I do want you to have a little self reflection on yourself and ask yourself like am. I clearly communicating what helped looks like in. This is a van got from Brunei Brown in Deir to lead where she talks about linked defining done or defining help. If you want your spouse to help, you don't just go into the kitchen day, Matt I need your help. Because Matt might say, okay, I'm gonna wipe off the countertops. Well, that's not what I envisioned in my mind help to me was like putting away the laundry hanging. Everything on hangers. You know, sweeping the kitchen. There was no like defining done any how many times we had this argument about light. We still we do. But like clearly defined. What helped looks like when I would say that I need you to watch the kids. So I can do this call that didn't mean go drink in in the front yard. With the neighbors and let the kids run in here when I was on call that meant, okay? If I'm going to hang out have a beer in the driveway. A better also make sure my kids don't run in the house and bothered ball. We've had that happen before who's been a few times. So like define define help. Just as make sure you say to yourself like am I actually giving step-by-step directions of what helpless help looks like. And then for the guys to like, I think that this is important that Matt gives them a little tough love. Joe to underline on on the peace favor. Yeah. I mean from from my perspective looking back to now. Where are we treat this as a family, you know, in how I'm trying to sit as you know, we don't break apart money. We don't break apart time. You know, she loves what she does in. You know, there was a time. I really enjoyed my corporate job in. There's a lot of times. I wasn't motivated wake up go to you know, to me. It was really important to me to see her smile on her face when she walks into the office every day because she just loves what she does in. You know, I look back and say, you know, myself snus could've taken all this way. If I made her quit or continue to push, you know, just attention down onto speakers. Something was going to break snap in. It's either a relationship. It was getting this business. You know? So to me, you have to give them grace to grow this thing. It takes time. It takes persistence. It takes a lot of energy. But it. Can be so worth it. So from might take you have to give them the amble runway clear run with not one that they just have to keep dodging trees and trying to figure out what your husband's are thinking, you know, if they have a good game plan in place to support him. I mean, they're supporting you in you, go to your job every day in grant, you might be the breadwinner. I was the breadwinner where this all started in, you know, when it's shifted in change, you know, I had to change in. She had changed, and we made changes that were better for the family in that tweet is huge. You know, we wouldn't be here today, if I was still working my corporate job, you know. So I mean, take that the heart in in give it some consideration. I mean, there's a lot of things that they could or couldn't be doing out there. This is helping people. I mean, what better job is going out helping somebody on their health, and fitness, which you know, they probably need it. So so so good like such good takeaways? I hope you guys share this with your spouse and listen to this a couple of times and take some notes, but here's the biggest not from your perspective over the past seven and a half years. What would you say are the biggest blessings and the things that your just most thankful for because of this business opportunity to me, it's time. I mean, I. Actually talked about this yesterday. It's you know, I'm able to have more time with my family at what time with my kids their basketball coach, I'm helping out there. Baseball's I'm involved in their licence areas. That probably wouldn't get to see the him on the bus every day. You know, sometimes it's not a blessing depending on the days when they wake up, but you know, I have you know, if I want my wife doesn't have to be at nighttime we can go on lunch dates we can go grab breakfast is like our life is more flexible than I can imagine. I know we get to spend more time with my parents my sisters my nieces my nephews. I mean, those are to me just time you'll get that back. You know, money's nice, but money comes and goes, you know, so to me it's that other take of just the relationship that you building outside. We get to do some really cool things together that we would've never never ever thought possible. So I think it's been pretty awesome to look at just how our lives have changed in how we've evolved in this is sort of just one step on the journey of where we're going, and and we're still young. We still got a lot of life together in the fact that we get to build a business from home to gather is just super cool. So I'm appreciative that you smaller drew pride in some areas at I know how stubborn that you are in your Super Bowl headed. But you also are the kind of guy that is only stubborn bullheaded because you want what's best for your family and you'll fight for that. Because that super important with you. So I'm thankful that you saw my perspective, and we're willing chance. So I appreciate so much. Your woke. Oh, I know Matt doesn't handle the if you can see his face right now. He doesn't handle what she like thank us at all redo now I now so guys any any worse. They wanna share with them our big podcast debut. Matt sino? For me through them Dari. So guys, you can go follow max again, he only post when I'm outta town because he keeps me in the loop with with the kids are doing on his Instagram your Instagram handles. What m j metro thirty two if you type in Matt metro it'll pop up can follow you there. That's where you're most active is on your Instagram stories. All right. So guys, thanks so much for tuning in today as always shared on your insist stories Cagney tag, Matt tell us what your top takeaways are. We appreciate you showing up for the women. Inspiring women podcast this week kind of funny that you're on here. It's the women. Your inspiring women might love known. Our a guys have a great week. And we will see you back here with next week's episode. Take care.

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In fact, you wrote something a few weeks ago months that you have to put action behind your faith and Hanley died. When I read that, it's like you in the fucking super wrestling costume, and it's what I talk about people that people want things but don't commit the university. You get nothing back. Those words can't be any true. Put action behind your faith in never complain about color. You never complain about nothing. It's always you not in the fuck on somebody. Getting beat up the HBO show one. Oh, four, right to your second season. So you were born and raised here finding raised San Fernando Valley howled was the first time you walk into a martial art street. I was five years five years ago, four years ago in ten planet. Yeah, I did not grow up martial artist at all. What did you grow up? Doing track basketball and gymnastics college all the way through college, four years, the UCLA. Fuck what you major theater. And was martial arts on your radar at all? Nothing. What did you do? Exercise track effort. So when you were fucking out you a running? Yeah, exactly. Drug all year. I'm sprinter around the four hundred. So I would always be in the gym or training on the track yet short pictures you running on your Facebook with a fucking became bikini beach last week. I can show my dog. I show everything you do. I, it's really weird that you just it's not stout. I tell people in this town, you have people who were fake is that they come to you. They wanna make the coffee and they wanna blow smoke up your ass. And then this people who would do us and you don't have him them, they check in with you from time to time, but they're always doing and they promoted and away that's very lightly and not like look at this fucking check. It gets in your face saying this, nothing worse than somebody shooting say movie, and they're taking pictures every day of doff lung grim at sixty dot one. Who is gonna get released, Germany don't show nobody would show any. If I did a movie that was released in France shown nobody understand mind your business. I'm not part of it. I don't know nothing. I've done a thousand bad movies. I don't wanna like I did it basically sag insurance like I just need. But now I've been with sag the tiniest on vested. So I get level to. How long have you been with zag for now? Since ninety? Seven. God, damn, you got me by maybe together. Yeah. Seven. When did you see you graduate? UCLA. When did you book your first acting? I booked my first acting gig out at a high school. So my senior year in high school, I had to take an elective because I was on a exceleron program, get out of school early because of what happened to me. So I had no interest in acting, but I didn't wanna do woodshop. I didn't wanna do cooking. So I was like, I guess I'll just take drama and and I loved it. It made me it. It helped me with the PTSD that I was suffering from. And at that point and I, I knew that's what I wanted to do. Nothing else made me up some point. My freshman year in high school, I got bullied by eight buckles, and then they ended up beating me up, broke my jaw. My shoulder blade for my ribs. They were stopping so hard on my body that my pancreas and my liver were like obliterated the Sanford north hills. Monroe high school was like a gang now. It was just just a group ago that hated on me. I'm half black and I have long hair and bite skin and made in like that. What was your first reaction when you're in the hospital? You know, it had gone the bullying had gone on for so long that the day that it happened, I kind of just surrendered because I was so fucking over it. A really was. I was so over hating going to school hating waking up. Just I literally hated school all of my high school all of those years. And when it finally happened, I was just like squad. It's over. Like is sad is up to say, but I was just happy Zubi vengeful sought to your heart now I didn't really even have a vengeful thing. I was just sad and mad at the world that people like that existed rose. No, I I have an older brother. He didn't, because right before that happened, my parents got divorced. So he was in Redondo beach, and I lived in the valley with my mom. Now after this app charges oppressed, Elliott. USD. Okay. And the girl were not allowed to stand by you now? They never went back to that school. I left the school district and I went to Redondo and I never saw them again other than the trial in the deposition. And it was just a bad experience all the way round. Would say that point now still you were actress, nothing's going on. You still not taking taking a fucking now. Okay. With the black. Billy blamed. Okay. So Sarah of, okay. So you took this tai-bo at this point just for exercise? Not really thinking. The last thing on my mind was that, oh, shit. I need to know how to defend myself. I don't even know why that never happened. I think I was just I was so sad. I was so depressed. Like literally I was suicidal like I just I hated life. I hated my life and I didn't understand how I was dealt that card. Like for real this, this is my life like my mom got hit by a car. My parents get a divorce, and now I'm getting beat up for something. I can't help like, dang this, this world sex. I don't want any part of it grows up with a wide, but tremendous tremendous on black crag on that crime. While the ship by people gone through over the years and you see black, I'm black crime. It's just the biggest mind. Your real. Yeah. I watch all these documentaries on the crypts. Like I got locked up with a big time grip and I love them can't. He was my brother and I loved them. And we go at like six. He calls me, I'm out of the halfway out. I'm about that kid and he would give me piles of money. He just loved me. We became partners in that he was into none of others. I love that renders listened to me Jit legit. He had seven women, and he was support and five of the mad were babies, mom. This is nineteen eighty seven. He was paid. He was beautiful. Was a Beeld for young brother with dreads, like corn roles, you know, Cuba Cuba and he would have like. I, this is the only expression he bitches online down like he would have won visible millionaire. I made them my sister the stock room. So imagining six, six people. Bag ready. Bitches. I, I love them so much in the kitchen. Staff was all black that I got a job in the stock room, but me and that's when the stock room blew up. Being hit. Hold steroids charge vague. You know he was one of those black dudes sagging never wear shirts. He was just joked naturally, but not really. Yep. He was model yo. He was a black model. It even know he was not this Lang, cocaine from LA to Denver. So he got paid on federal and he had severed bitches online and Lee one wouldn't come like. So on Monday and Tuesday, me and him with that visitation, I would make Kathy come from eleven to one no panties on what address and we eat lunch. And then there was a little window so I could give her stat and just look out the window at the guards. And then Kathy would leave at one and tell rank, was his name. God bless his soul. I looked up. I don't know what happened. He would bring was ladies from one to three. And then another one from three like sex and he would have sex both in one day, you know, he was a fucking Varel. We were both the same age twenty. Six, twenty seven. He was short of a millionaire all of the bad. Fucking. 'cause like we were talking about 'cause he's the one bits drives that car. She's holding down for me shit like this and meet him at night when hang on eating out of by this, and it was just great. It was just crazy, but you gotta jail and he calls me up with ninety gives me like two Gs a little bag. Coke shows up again, we're letting us come on, take a ride with me, and it was just being able to switch of me. Layover switch to shoot up place name me. My vague and I drove in just shot the plays down machine gun. People eating Hugo by Egypt's shut the building down, like two of the morning, there was closed. He just wanted to shoot it down and give them message. And I never saw. This by. These days this shit, but I love them, love them. Yet we got this doesn't matter. Like I'm black crime. Cried. It was so much of it in jail, and that would piss me off, like when brothers again, to arguments the ego shit. And there was two main ones of his rave Yod that was what you call themselves. 'cause I put my fuck as a graveyard and shit, and the other guy was Spencer Antoine. They will self proclaimed leaders that in cross. Larry's. Bloods and Crips blood and Crips in that that time if that was they were piece, I think he said the first goes the blue. My brother was the creek criminal. My brother at the time was a crypt. That's the way it worked out. But I guess in there they had a truth and they will call each other slobs. That's what the bloods backwoods slobs. I, I don't know. I don't get involved. I just want to eat you. So then you started acting. When did you book your first thing? You said around high school outta high school and independent film, and you just kept going that playing someone else was always better and easier for me because I had so much self doubt and hate after what happened and after like my life, I just I didn't like this. So playing someone else was always easier. Will you walk into a ten point? What us now. Took one three and a half, four years ago I hadn't audition to for two thousand fourteen. Yeah. You walk into at ten for addition, and I booked the shin and they come through paid for three months of jujitsu. I had never. I literally took a private at twenty four hour fitness north Hollywood in the spinning room to understand grappling. So I learned like guard and don't go on your back. Don't turn your back just so I can make it through the audition, but I had no martial our experience. So I actually booked the audition but had no clue what I was doing. I had to get somebody off my back. So there was someone on my back. I just had to get her off. So being an athlete and I'm strong, got her off my back, not with any type of skill or technique bags. They just wanted to see if you have it. And so for those three months, I was so intimidated didn't did not know who he was did know nothing about ten planet. Didn't know what you do was just sat there and watch, and it was like, this is. Weird. You guys are just signing up to get choked out and like maybe get something broken like this is weird and scary. And then Finally, I was just like, linked, let me try it. And I rolled one day and I was like, wow, this is fucking crazy. There's someone trying to hurt me right now, and I'm supposed to like, try to hurt you back. But once I was able to wrap my mind around it and the beauty and the art of it, then I was full force. And I just ate. I never till this day. I still not trained you anywhere else on your jet score. And then how did the more target and one of the jujitsu practitioners at ten planet said to me like you love more time, and I was like ethic, Ty food did not even know it more time. And he was like, now it's kickboxing and I was like, oh, tai-bo. And he was like, no, it's not. I've, oh, it's real. You'll like it. Like, I watch you roll in your so aggressive, like you should try it. And I was like, okay, so I went one Saturday to the yard and loved it. I was like, this was the hardest shit I had ever done in my life. I almost wanted to throw up. I didn't, but it was a very hard workout and it was unlike anything, and it made me feel very uncomfortable, like putting everything together, I felt so uncoded and stupid. And I just thought that was empowering to to get over. I saw it as a hurdle, so I signed up for like six months and loved it. And that's how I that that was my introduction to morte. You don't fight yet. Oh, then now now I do the now. When this while commit said van around that time, I had an audition for what I thought was show heroes on. Yeah, and it was like Saifi. Okay. So I had an audition for heroes. I go sign in sitting in the room and then they call my name. I go in and there's a wrestling ring in the in there, and there were girls doing a demo, and I was like the fuck, hold on, like pull up my phone. Like I swear the set heroes, but my agent sent me on the wrong audition. This was well superheroes. So I was like, oh, hell. No, like the girls were big like I'm tiny and they're throwing each other around suplexes, you know, big drop slamming and I was like, yeah, no, I'm good. So I crossed my name out on the list and had my hand on the door like literally about to leave and one of the producers slash creator of the whole of glow and well, his name is David Maclean was like, hey, you're leaving. And I was like, yeah, I'm on the wrong. Audition, I thought it was for heroes, but this is pro wrestling and I, I don't know how to do that. I don't have any interest in that that scary, especially with everything that happened to me. So he was like, well, it's five o'clock on a Friday you might as well just stay. And I was like, good point. I'm not gonna move in LA. I'll still be in the same place in one hour. So I just stayed in watched. And the last girl who did a demo was. Slightly taller than me, but very thin and she picked up a girl like lease is and slam the shit out of her. And I was like, how? What did she do that? That was pretty awesome. And I was like, this is cool. Like what? If what? If I could do that, like I, I don't know. So I took the waiver. I didn't wanna do it, but I took the waiver was talking to my dad. My dad was president vice president of marketing for Blue Cross for like eighteen years, so very good marketing brain very creative. So I was telling him, like I had an audition today and it was for pro wrestling and it was scary. He was like, how did you feel? And I was like, my heart was racing like, oh my God, I could die in there. And he was like, what? If this is something that can catapult you into your future? Like what? If this is a setup? Think think big, think big picture think Dwayne Johnson. He's not the rock anymore. We look at him as a mega movie star, and I was like, true. They started naming other wrestlers who have done something with their careers. And I was like, good point. Okay. So I just sat on it and I showed up the next day the next. The next audition training thing that they had. It was like a week introduction. And then if if they chose you, you had three months of training five days a week for eight hours a day like you couldn't work. You couldn't do anything or you have a night job. So I did it and out of the two hundred girls, they kept eighteen hours one of the eighteen. So now I'm a pro wrestler. How long did you have your first progressing? 'bout. Six, seven months later, Where'd you do these? So originally we were in Vegas and then the last two years we've been at the Balasko theater and then we're still at the Balasko. And then now we're just on access TV you boy superhero Keats rash, the bully BUSTER. And now where there's acting enthrall acting been there the whole time. I've just always been working commercials, movies, spots, guest starring of done it since ninety seven show. If you walked into at ease in two thousand fourteen, you established bully busters in two thousand twelve. Wow. Did that entail that Sarah originally bullied team bully? BUSTER was I wanted to be a new. I wanted to do something so so even the concept of team bully BUSTER came through a part I was playing in really big play in l. a. and we were doing like character breakdown because the characterize playing was raped. She was a crackhead she was homeless. She was pregnant and a drug addict. Boom. Your best friend. So that girl couldn't have no light about her. And the director picked me out of all the people that auditioned. But he was like, I like you, but you have the brightest light about you. So we got a dim that shit, and I was like, okay, so we got together and we're doing an hour of character development. So he was asking real personal questions. Have you ever been rates? Have you ever been molested like, no, thank God. Thank God like no, but he was like, have you ever experienced anything crazy where you felt helpless? And I was like, well, I did get bullied and it resulted horribly and pretty much fucked up my life for a long time. Any was like, tell me about it. So I started telling him about it and he was like, just paused like sidebar from the play. You need to do something with your story. The fact that you overcame that and you're still this happy little bubble like you need to do something like, what do I do with this shitty story? This is a horrible story to me and I never spoke about it. And so then I started praying on it like God, what do I do if I'm supposed to do something with this? Or this happened for a reason please. Reveal it because I don't know. So show me what I'm supposed to do with it. So at that time. The answer was for me to be a liaison for kids and schools. So if a kid is getting bullied and they can't talk to their parents for whatever reason or feel that they can't. They can't talk to the faculty at school because they don't feel comfortable enough. At least they can reach out to team bully BUSTER, and we will contact the school on the kids behalf and follow up. That's literally how it started. But then I was like, I want more like we gotta show them what to do. So then it started with confidence, building skills and techniques. And then once I started to learn jujitsu, I was like, kids need to know this. And then once I started learning more tiles, like am I need to know this? And that's literally like I just kept going with it. Bullying has been very popping the news last ten years kids have killed themselves because of, you know, media, bullying might bullying people and social media and stuff like that. We've been bullied. You know, we all at one point. Another reacted to bully, you know, having come from Cuba and they made me gonna fucking lunch box. You know. I love the hotdog stand up to call them. Mother would always give me a couple of dollars. So I'd rather go hotdogs. And that was that independent five kindergarten was I think about mercy, all. Coronor getting a hot these age. It would be with team bellied muster, his witty, what's riverside? Okay. If I had a walk. Maybe fifty yards past a bridge from the school and you gotta remember that corner. If I walked another three or four blocks, I hit central park. That's where I went to grammar school. So when I first got here, I would eat the hotdog. Now, my mother, this chain was the same chain I had when I was five. Lawn big azgul chain would put around me and go, don't let nobody touch chain. My father had died and had become a little weak. So she was trying to build the man was we gotta riverside. She had had enough once I got into first grade, there was something about her like she was trying to build a man should walk to school and on the walk to school, read me the riot act about how man has to acted. Don't let a man touch your face. You know she wanted to Cuban guidelines, a man. Acumen man does never let nobody touch the face on his shin. So I don't remember getting bullied at school. It was one day when I went to central park, they got surrounded by three or four kids that in call me speck. Nothing like wasn't ethnic. It was about the lunch box. They wanted the lunchbox and I wouldn't give them the lunch box. Then I had one kid with the lunchbox lunchbox opened. There was a service. So after they beat me up the kinship, the service and through an at my head. And I heard the fucking glass breaking in the old days. Thermoses have glass in it. I heard that motherfucker break. And when I got up of my hands of knees and I looked at my aunt and I saw that blood Iran for blocks away like an Olympic sprinter like a few of the blood dripping off my face. I was in shock. I was crying. I knew my mother was in New Jersey. So this is going to be a task I would have to run home. And one of the babysitter was home had hold my head, but me blading and till two that I, you know, I never could figure out who the fuck it was, and then my mother got over and they took me to the hospital, got stop on the way that my mother asked me why I tried the li- like I was why, where the fuck you. It's been the doctors were putting the sheet. Oh, my head with a whole to stitch me and she was yelling in Cuban, get all on the dossier. You know what the fuck doing anyway, and I want to see the fish and she's like, you fucking faggot. Like she was just like yelling at me, the doctor's room. So at this point I'm talking crying. They put the local in and that makes you know, as a kid, then putting a needling is unthinkable. I'm gonna pass out right now is cracking on thankful. So I started Highland and she's yelling, take like a man. You know, like she's Cuban guy. Nineteen. This is nine hundred sixty nine. You could treat your kid have fuck you wanted this country. Nobody would call the cops. You kill the kid in front of a mother. Fuck if he was your son and they would just eateries a piece of shit thrown behind the building of my mother's yet. Let me and the emergency room stiff me up. She's on kilo stand still look at my house and only can't moving like Percy. Not that where the next thing I just heard bubble. What's that noise? They go. Your mother just passed out because she could see blood either. Oh, yes. So that was she woke up. She woke up even more storms. So when the cab pro I had banned his on my head forgetting the can. She was like to read me, tell me the story and how they took your fucking lunchbox. Like in her mind, she sense. It made no sense to her like she was all human. And I remember like smacking me in the back of the cat with stitches like she was that trying to develop a man, you know, that was early on. I had a little bit of a problem, and then she put me in when the stitches came out. She took me to or Assan response down. And then I really started getting bullied because we son's dad make you run around the neighborhood with no shoes on. So the kids that were on the street would see you running with again. And now the next day they'll like karate boy, show us of move that was even worse. You'd see a little corner that you are. Running in the winter. With no shoes on, and they would see you got bullied even more. But it turns them with a me like I didn't. It didn't wasn't that big. I think every kid got Ps, everybody eased, but it wasn't a bullying issue wasn't enough for kids to take a life like that's nice started paying attention to what was going on. And I saw that your thing was called bully busters, and I really just started thinking about it what, what it's becoming this guy. But I don't know what's going on with schools. Don't know if they are about Ari that the rules at schools are horrible, their their policies are just hands off. Even if someone punches you in the face. If you hit them back, you're getting suspended or expelled or whatever. I, I don't teach that at my school like, you know what I teach. You know what I mean? If someone hits, you know, you defend yourself and I'm sure your parent will be much happier knowing that you defended yourself instead of coming home the way I did all broken up, but I didn't do anything back. You know what I mean? Like, fuck getting in trouble, protect yourself. And so that's yes, schools are just out of control. They have, no, they, they don't know what to do. He'll have a friend, I get his, his kid gets Trump for punching people on the time. You know. You know. We live in a time where. I think even parenting is getting judged heavenly young like heavily, you can't really may ammo school. I would never lift a hand of my daughter home, see lifting hands or why do I do see annealing onto fucking beans for two hours in a room. I'm old school. When thinking about what the fuck she did. I'm thinking about giving her notebook and writing. I will not yell at my mother from three o'clock, the fuck at nine o'clock, and you could go to train, but I'm gonna tell keep the that if you do one fucking somersault, two thousand setups like you never go back to like that's how my mother was would make my or you wanna yell at me up k. two, three o'clock for a week. She would make me right at every law every I had to be dotted. Every under this page out to be an English and this page how to be in Spanish. I remember the words, you know, got why on. I'll be my mind. That means I will never ever argue what, how like doubt her like used to be one of those mother fuckers that would start an argument when questioning just a Busta ball and she was good, don't get you wanna. Fuck with me. I would put the fork down. You really wanna. Fuck. So it was. I could never raise mercy namely the same way, but my mother was trying to raise a man rays of man would she was single. And then when she married, he did a good job the first couple years. But when he started getting street, my mom goes now that my son, our raise them how I want to. And then she eat, he left and then I what I want. So in the end. You know what I'm saying? She let the pressure off which now I know what to do. Went went to press them, Paresh around mercy. The pressure isn't from zero to ten. It's after twelve. When they got you just see. Have you seen the movie about the chick, the fund gambling, chick, the white shake about cards. She's a gambler most jail in Hollywood now, not yet. You know which one. In the beginning father is the guy that play with with the Houston. I'll never Kevin. Costner plays a fall and he don't fuck of rapper name of this. While look up Ken Kosta, maybe things world Mali's world. Okay. Marlene's world is a very good movie whenever I'm gonna play this on ACA. Are you with? If I bring shift from Netflix, put it on because his shows to father perspectives. I think it's very sweet. It shows Kevin, Cosmas perspective was raising her and how she would go daddy, I wanna go home. I'm tired even give me a Senator for the word diet and he when she go week. What do you wanna? Do you wanna go home stone? She was no. She would skied 'cause he became an Olympic skier, I, but then who's gonna be the new black handed mind? My brother plays the attorney and he's got a twelve year old daughter and she's like fucking point. Like he made a read the crucible. So he asked why you'd be reading making it daughter read the crucible, Megan, an argument, and then she is, he tells, is that why you control your Donna so much? He's like, yeah, I think she goes. That's good. You need to because this is what happened my house. So. It's a story about a bad that being there in another dad. Though I love I watched every every plane, right? This edible guy gave me another born in DC and I ain't it like a six passed out the end, but the but they have a great talk at the end of this father daughter and just how is your father and all this. My dad's amazing when that happened. So similar story when I was getting examined in the hospital, my mom passed out from seeing me in all the pain when they were pushing like dessert dessert, moving my arms, she literally passed out so rewind to before my parents got divorced. My mom was in a major car accident. She got hit by a car on her birthday right after my parents decided to get a divorce. So like six months for fronts, taker to Palm Springs. Let's party girl like get away from the kids in the divorce situation. Let's just go have fun for your birthday. They have dinner and drinks, and then they leave an guy hits my mom and another person that were was crossing the street when he realized he hit somebody, he didn't see them. So then he reversed, but my mom flew over the car. So he hit my mom again. So my mom was in a coma for thirty nine days. Two hundred eighty stitches in her head. Pelvis crushed lung crush, knees, crushed, ankles crushed, risk lake EV. Everything was broken. So a year or two later now I'm in high school and then this happened. So my mom was still on crutches, like her knees had to be reconstructed like she was on crutches and in a hospital bed for a good five to seven years after that happened. So then my mom passes out. So my dad gets to the hospital on these, like, where's my daughter? Like, where's her mom in their links? She's and we just admitted her in the room. Next door might have going back and forth. Fucking daughter got beat up. My ex wife was passed out in lake, hold on a life, so it was just a lot. But my dad is a marine and he is resilient, and he, he was. He was just there. He was an awesome Dabney's. He's an Awesome Then. Oh, yeah, very much so that, yeah, what you think about what you're doing them? He sowed proud of me. I just went. He just retired and moved a Vegas last year. So this past weekend drove up there just to go hang out and he, he just always says, I'm so proud of you. And I literally asked him 'cause my. Brother is a Brown belt in kung FU and unlike, why did you not put me in martial arts? Why was I track gymnastics when Japan got to do like that? And he knows how to fight and he has protected himself as whole life. And he's like, I didn't think you would need it like how sad, right? And then the one kid that gets fucking beat up is me. So he apologize the other day for not putting the income food too. What you need to you late too. Late clock. Yeah, but it's just I cannot believe I am blown away that you. Been involved with martial arts for four years, you so check it and ran with it every single day I train for now. This wrestling season wasn't consistently. We just got picked up by access TV, Mark Burnett, MGM studios. So two thousand nineteen will be airing. So October tenth and eleventh here in l. a. were shooting for next season. So right now I'm in training five days a week every night at eight PM in Long Beach for wrestling. Yeah. And this one more trading on top of jujitsu that she loses like WWE the smaller skin. It's like a UFC and then there's Bela Tor talk, shoot. Yeah. Could you not necessary? It's for kids. You come on. Go come on over. Yeah, I'm the only best are on my. Bring it on. I have a cool character. 'cause you're either a good guy or a bad guy, but I'm a good guy. That's really tough. So I don't have to just be like, hi, you know what I mean? Unlike bring it so. So I like that they gave us a lot of creative freedom. So my character really is the bully BUSTER. You have time to shoot a movie, teach kids out. I make it happen being Long Beach. Fuck at eight o'clock. Now leave the studio at seven, just on the snap or eat on the way. I don't even eat because taking Bunsen getting slammed off route. My new stayed on that until midnight count home, one o'clock. When audition the next day, how is how is your additional game? Do you still go all the time? I just backed a major national for Nike shop by Alejandro eating me to who directed the remnant and won the Oscar for that. So that was like a godsend. And I play a wrestler, so that's cool. You still gonna acting down, not anymore. What she went to the, you went back. Sorry. For me when I came out, I was winning again. Yeah. Did you do plays at UCLA? I didn't at UCLA, but I did during the time. So like at the Redondo beach performing arts center plays around here plays in LA, but not for the school. Okay. So now you're a wrestler, your actress, biter the one with what they do. They come to you and say, hey, Kita, since you do everything but fixed the fucking kitchen, do you wanna fight to start what year that the start last year. So we, it's two thousand eighteen two thousand seventeen. My coach. I started training at a new. I stopped doing more after left the yard for like a year yarn school, Joe schilling. So no, Joe train there for six months. And then just it just got busy in Highland Park is not down the street and it just was inconvenient. And at that time they had different coaches. There wasn't just Joe and Mark. So I cut back on that. And then about a year ago, got back into it and started training in about two months later, my coach was like, hey, have you ever thought about fighting? And I was like, no. I mean, I doubt I would ever be good enough and I'm not a spring chicken, so he was like, no, you're good enough, you're you. Definitely. Got it. And I remember Mark saying that at the yard to like your your fighter, now's like really just hearing those words and knowing my story is like, it doesn't didn't. I didn't accept it yet that I am a fighter. And so he challenged me like, what, if I get you a fight? And I was like, if you think I'm good enough, I'll trust you. 'cause I trust you, you got it. And so I took a fight. I was literally learning Motai at the same. Time as being in fight camp, took the fight and beat the breaks off of her one unanimous decision. Humbly fights of yet. Now I've fought twice more tech. Probably I'll to another one soon. Just after while I always have to late pace out either jujitsu Moi tie or wrestling. I can't do all three competitions at, you know what I mean? Getting ready for all three. It's a lot. Among. Calling to. Yeah, I'm too short for like real modeling, but I do Mikey hard tail like all athletes lines. Gatorade Troms. Yes. Tremendous. You. You read and read people's Twitter's and everybody has negatively when it comes to acting. This is this like being a black woman in Hollywood. It's like being up, you know, every time you talked to white actors. Now they'll take your side. I'll ask them out dishing when you need to be black now or Indiana mix to work anymore. And so many people just give fucking so many stupid excuses. And I just I have seen you just, I follow you on Facebook. If it's mind boggling. I didn't even know about the wrestling to last night at from eight through eleven. I thought you just taught at the school and that was for the night. You Calvert the fucking. Now. Now at you to bar or shake, or a strawberry or a bite of Annapolis ten o'clock over show. Kimberly BUSTER. Yeah, you teach in the morning every morning privates and then class a few have dishes. What do you do? Go to my addition usually like ten, eleven twelve, like laurel, canyon, cham- there's addition place. So if you're ever in a bind and they call you, it's a right there and they say you, you just come into tape for fucking guy with a camera, but we figure for an hour, just listen to busy to put on tape. It's cross the street from the Cuban restaurant on Chandler and laurel canyon. Once you roll of cat log, can't once you roll over channel, railroad tracks right there. Look to your left. You pull a left in there that guy's been there forever. Young likes getting brother, fifteen bucks, fifteen minutes. You put John tape fucking tremendous Secca. I've booked jobs. If you're ever the pay call you doing really Santa Monica to go on the ocean right now, some Chinese fucking camera doesn't that tells you know? Yes. About saying about Chinese. I'm just saying that that's. And this guy with a camera was the fucking produces. So I came all the way down hit a put to be on tape. Anyway. I put myself on tape on laurel, canyon, whatever the finest now the school. How long has the school been open? 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You know, I think I really need to do open up a martial art school when really put myself into a fuck and mind their sell the way that started as I was already teaching self defense at tenth planet and at team victory only type and with team, Victor England, right, right. By the airport, teaching soak offense for women. Fair free for since two thousand twelve for free just through. Just sick or bar yet more show risk breaks rape prevention. If someone bear hugs you how to get out of it like more so grabs attacks versus just you to refer coming. Some of them have been put bad positions before piece of relationships, date, rape, actual rape, preventative, don't wanna ever get raped or get in that situation. If you look talks. For and I'm gonna hit him. So. This fall fall. Cock suckers. These flies Thomas. So they follow it as you keep fucking door right now and that fly will. Fucker has had a fly on top of him for the last two years since ralphie may was alive when they brought a being here when they got flying scorpion from Miami because they follow him 'cause eats at HAMAs and they're attracted to the homeless the desert. So this flies Thomas a dog shit. That's why I don't eat how much because it comes out of your fucking neck. And everytime Lee shows up as a fly me, I'm lying fully. It's not. I know I who's keeping flies as pets. No, I tell you. Put him up with jaw old THC. Oh yeah, they get fucked up. They take him out. They forget how to fly. They just sit in the bathroom window after about days. They disappeared on a flying. I'm never going back again. Chicken silence of the land. Once they get. They get the fuck out because I got back bathroom. So in the mornings, I close the door. What's mercy goes to school? And I could open up at dad's smoke. Sometimes I take my ticket show at the door and I smoke it helps because when you call you push and everything comes out, a lot of people know that technique that's called the open window when you had no hemorrhoids. Technically just take a hit when you. Just flies out of the mafia. A lot of people know this kid. I dropped knowledge from time to time ever constipated. I won't take you up on. So talk to Joey possesses you to open up a martial school martial art school, which isn't really a martial art school. We have something very special over that. So two years ago seeking Billy blanks, Michael blinks his brother who ended up teaching in Hata Jim on lankershim and Chandler called sweat theory sees all my posts just the same way you do, and he hit me up randomly and he goes, hey, I'm in the process of opening up a gym, and it has other rooms in it. So I'm gonna have like a kickboxing room, but I wanted to know if you would be interested in having a self defense room because I know all of my clients would really know would really want to know how to protect themselves, and I would love to have you there. And I was like, what really awesome as like, yeah, just bring team bully BUSTER into my gym, and it was gonna be in Woodland Hills right off Canoga. So do that whole thing. He had partners in investors, and then he was my partner. So started painting, got the plumbing, the electricity, Deccan it out, and then something fell through with his investors since I wasn't the person on it, that dream just went right. But ever since that was there, anytime I'm driving and I look at spaces, I'm like, oh, I wonder if if it put team believe us through that, what would it look like? It's just visual. I'm a visual person. I see shit and I won't stop seeing it until it happens. And one day I was driving down with set and that used to be an art school and it was empty. And I was like, oh, the art schools gone and I was like, what if team believe us was there wonder how much it is, which should I do Lola. So all these thoughts. And so I pulled made a u-turn went next door and was like, hey, do you have any information on how to get in touch with whoever owns this to lease it out? And so I called and they were like, yeah, what's your company. He's lying out why he knows joining fucking around steel and then lightning. I'm sorry, maybe I control the flash because he hasn't been around me today. Maybe I'm just like. You couple of lines cocoa of talk. The also sh. He was bald likely early bald, he was, she would say, shut up one second Lagos for themselves because he flies having just sell high don't. He was just so high. Just one of the ball spot. He was swallowed south and continue with the conversation. It's funny character. Please swat. Janis Joey swats. So so yes. So I, I called got the information I filled out the application and I was like, own moon goes, you know, like I, I hadn't even really been thinking about, like I want a gym like that wasn't ever there, but it was, but it wasn't. You know what I mean? And so they accepted it and I, yeah, your application, we accept it. So you have first month last month in your signing a lease in. I was like, shoot, it's go time. So I literally just had to push go and started team bully BUSTER right there. You call it team bully BUSTER. I'm not saying this in the negative way of positive way, and it is a positive way when I saw your ads and I saw like I already was thinking about some commercially mercy's got very sweetheart like a mother. She doesn't have the swine art that I have. She wouldn't think like that. But then when you have children, you look at your children and you remember you at that age. And at that ain't my father had died, and that's why I got hit with the fuck in tool, and I was little on the weak side. My mother put me in karate and karate. I would tell my momma, how kicking the stomach when there and they took the air on me and I'm on, I'm quitting and Mr. orange that you ain't Whitten quitters in the school. You know, this is black school quiz up in those days. I talk Roddy teaches party wasn't went, you know, and you know, wasn't missed orange. The teacher had abdomens to orange. That motherfucker. You bring me a report card, Jay out of Europe, workout have as you came to class, did the warm up, but you had to sit there and do your homework. You couldn't do drills and that was brutal and parents all in straight as you gotta have straight a.'s. Fuck Mr.. Mr. Norrland. Or you can't come here? I don't wanna no dummies here, and he was saying just like that. And if you got a b. or a c. you come to class every day. I wanna see head. You're gonna do jumping jacks, hip escapes. You can do all that. But when I teach the technique and the form and the kata, you gotta sit in the side with three other fucking morons. That that changed a lot of things for people that's a different that's a different time. Discipline and trauma already thinking about my daughter, I'm thinking fifty five. You know, things happen and you have to accept those things. And I was left out in the cold and I want her to be a woman and to all those things. But I also wanted her to know what the street is. Like. I got a friend that I grew up with the Messina's. They're the two whitish chase, you have a same, but Tanya, don't fuck around and target in both daughters, five to Times Square. Let them go and hit just to see the reaction as she goes Bolton, education. And then I asked him why they're going to cop and their original thing was in look, trust, wired, you know, kids see all that. They don't focus on the other stuff. They don't focus on and bills. So I want my daughter to same have that same street. I want to marry. See, I see a Walker, the oil pay attention, both appeal. So I, I talked to her in Spanish. So double like my mom used to talk to me and there was a point where I would go to the park of my mom and my mom would give me hand signals like oria he's touching into much dog. Don't touch, keep them at a distance. You know, I want my daughter to learn how to react again hit. Instead of me when I got hit that day, I went down. I wanted to shock. I want her out. Learn to get hit breeze cruet thankfully thing should we know what to do because I didn't have that. That's why I started this. Making my own lane school, like all these things prepare you for life. Life is fucking tough situation, especially when you wanna do it. You really love because you got a job working out and live your life. But when they when you forward it was sixty finding a gold, watch what you didn't really do what you really want to do. So when you do what you really want to do it, you have to teach whatever I am blown away for all that you have not been involved in martial arts and she were for because you so good with those kids. So when she turns, you know, my my daughter had pre k. was learning karate. The guy was a mutt, Lorraine, JR. I mean, I don't know how this guy put. He was does a month. His picture comes up. Guys fucking, but it was horrible. You don't even try to have on the podcast once I kept watching him and he kept getting Mutley and lovelier like that. Taking showers the school with his head sticking up. You can't be a mutton my voice. Aw, he teaches park. He's got these idiots doing short things. Shit, Michael fights, the fucking sword in how he would. You know what I'm saying, why you know? But he's just a muddy guy, you know. And I try to talk on Monday and here's I, I go. I kinda live in my car like he just but he put these schools together. These little pre k. school which you should be doing and you go on Anna Wednesday, tried to ten a student and you teach them real martial arts. They we jumping around, they would. They would just fucking they would break boards. You would come in with like boards and they all have boards and mercy enjoy too. But no, she knew what the fuck it was for, and I can't talk that way. So I sat down when they Bruce Lee. Movie as she was fucking watching that Chinese connection seen, and she was watching me. She's like, this is okay, but then she went away and then sometimes the US's on she'll sit with me. But she does like when the women fight. So it might have? No, I can't really. And then we watch glory. One day. The one girl kick the other one pussy and and then she kicked pussy again down. He's looking at me like kick put. A little confused. Comey looked at doing karate like you also in the one girl halls, often cakes pussy of mercy, like done alive. Listen channel fucking his plan backfired. That is funny what to do, but my daughter gets home from school and rather way he puts on a superhero at this empty. If you get ten, she gives me a kiss. She disappeared for ten minutes. Then she runs his in his fucking Weber back girl. Whoever. Got one of those fucking suits and she'll come in with me whatever one day I showed her picture you and she was young enough, but she didn't really is about a year ago show what you were doing at the gym and she was kinda, but she didn't take to it. And then after pre k. I took a Vinnie, but then once she started kindergarten, this schedule chain, so she could go anyway, you have the program and this is playing and sample. When I was a kid, I had psychological problems, Egypt, five, I just got hit in the head and the more ways than one I thought my mother took me to see a black woman as she became my sanitary godmother. She still my the got mother. She took me to see a black woman. So I took my daughter to see him. And then Mike first karate teacher was also black. The night, like Louis Louis with the afro of. One night she was black is the night Louis was wider than white. You know, it's beautiful jam, but it was so weird. Then I told you the story when we walked out the first day, my daughter just said, well, that's it. I'm not going to see any any massive any me and my wife just broke out like she was done. You know she was all him, but it's so weird how you don't. My wife's Hetland like my white don't play one day told us, she goes, you go around. Those little cry shit don't play again. Game, but Bercy now I've seen the change of my daughter. I've seen how much you know she wants to go see an eye dog. I'm fucking serious. I was. I've been involved with martial life for twenty is the worst things that happened to my life or what I gotta martial arts. I had no control the drugs shit, and I really thought you've been involved with martial arts at twenty years. So I applaud the shit out you fucking had the wool of you. Phenomenal. And as a teacher, you're phenomenal. I, you know, my the baby's got father has a nine year old kicks like a fucking meal because she's a soccer player, but her hands are. James sent, you know, he sent me the picture. He goes this picture Raymond. I said him the picture her with the head year. He went not Di Di. When she gets brain damage. She's fucking five. He's hitting the head just a letter know what feels like. And she liked it. I thought that it was going to be ugly. I thought that they go. I thought that was the day, truth, mercy, I go. When I saw the headgear come on. This might be a long conversation that this might switch the ballet, but now that she loved it and I'm watching her like I did once I got into martial arts became a different kid. I see her to taking it more seriously every single every single class. It's more serious than more serious FOCA before she goes to school me a kiss I call over with a one to kick go. Something happens. No matter what happens. Remember, you always go back to that and just focus and start over. G looks like, I don't know what the. You go down, you know why? Because I said, so you take. That's why. Kids. Don't know who they're fucking. You tell your cousins and your friends. Brought that modified. You bring him in here with HAMAs on your neck, and now he could die on your fucking neck thousand five. Fuck that shit cock sucker. Stop eating. Listen yesterday I miss. I thought I knew he was going to show up today with a fly because he always shows up on the fly when he said homeless, they get it right in the parking lot. They think he's got shit coming out of his poor standing HAMAs. Now, did you shower after conditioning? Okay. 'cause then you get the other fuck and then coming out of you. You got the back coming out this, our. Get out of that conditions, not shower, you would see me. It'd be fucking no, I know, but I never know you. Were you. Because you bring those flies in to get guys like can dissect the fly. Following you down the fucking flies. That's the only move you always bring a fly some bug or something that's fine with you. Because again, neck, I tell you, once I told you thousand flies in my house, your house was, you know they come in when I take shit. Yeah, attracted to their attracted to that smell a HAMAs and shit. Shitting just eating some Arabians on this and then some Arabian shit. And that's given a dollar ISIS on Rami times. I told you stop about this kid. I gotta kill flies. I gotta become an exterminator. My guest every fucking weak little less graceful, but no one. Would you brought the kettlebells alley took a picture and Senate to him. He died. You brought though you the headgear was one, and then she went to a conditioning class. Does she was doing lunges with five pound kettlebells on Mike, all my God like this is way beyond. Then coach took the stick up and started throwing the stick Adam and that fucking listen. You're making killers over that. And the number one thing about women is number one is being loved by dad and being hugged by that the number two thing as a woman. That's confident that knows if something goes down and I grew up a boat, those type of women that is something goes down, they're prepared and you have to see the difference. I up with this chick that one time we were gonna be. She pulls out a gun quick amendment. My mom, you met my fuck you up in a minute. And so my dad, I just I don't know my it came so late in life. That thing that thing for me. I didn't have it all the way up until you know five, six years ago. But now that things there might I don't wanna push immersing don't. I don't wanna. I don't wanna push anything on pistol. Pete's dad know whatever she goes for, but I'll tell you one thing. I got a bag in the yard, the same one that they climb mom, they try to tip over the heavy. And this time she's coming on side and we're gonna time that she does fucking soccer ball as she hits a little tennis ball, everything at the end, I sell. I self checkout. Shook bag one, two, three. What to that. I put my hands and like I said, I don't want her to beat up anybody. I just want her to now what I can't wait for the future to see you gonna see who the rapist because they're all going to be walking around with fucked up Al. Is going to be a woman and to know that. They're gonna get caught arm bars in twenty years. That's how you're gonna see a rapist gonna walk around with fucked up albums. And when they get out of jail, they sign up in class and the class to get out of. Exactly. It's the truth. It's it's the truth. Little girls are getting into view, have to three little girls over there. You got John Jones's daughter that doesn't know she's John Jones on him. He has no idea. Do John Jones's door later Li, literally John Elise, she's nine and she's taller. She's tall as me like damn near. Would you get through to her? It's going to be weapon game. Yeah. When you get through to girl and they start member, does a thousand round arouse. He's gonna come up with the next ideas, thousands, thousands, you don't. That's gonna how that affects the way the game is. Now. It's five percent of women, no martial art or self defense thing, but they wouldn't know what to do. That's why. Whenever I go to time, I'm padded it up girl. I fuck with them and I tell them, listen, don't fuck. I'm the guy that I'm the type of gun either side that's gonna come after you. Amazon try to rape, right. It's not Li writes up with me attention to my shits, and I'm gonna fucking come at you. When I spot with women. I go on a quarter. I make them body led me up with the John, just let him. Stop and go, listen, I'll grab you by the throat and I'll snap your fucking neck throat what you got. And next thing you know, there's a skinny blond girl she fought. That's it. I got a so wired up. When I, you know, keep kicking me. Keep kicking, keep ticking because I want you to know what it's going to be like that when you let them tell the kids, it's not. They're not going to be nice guy. You guys drop it on me. Oh game because I, I went through it. You know what I mean? It's not like I just grew up doing karate and I wanted to open up a martial art school. No, unfortunately I had a fucked up experience and that's why I'm so passionate about it. I don't wanna see no little kids in a situation that they don't know how to handle. And unfortunately, we're not ever taught, especially women what to do when someone's mean to you. That's not a lesson that we're ever taught not by parents not by school. No one teaches us that. So when we're faced with it, we fucking freeze. And I want no one to freeze that steps foot and team bully BUSTER. I want to create new instincts and let them know you know exactly what to do. You hold your own. You know what to do with crews had that little mental blog. After my dad died. Reactive. I don't like I remember getting bullied except to get him to with the lunch box. But then when they started karate was one cadet box of his name is Rudy, the Haitian he was Haitian and mean would fight to the debt might once a week and what I he was beating me, but then I learned how to utilize my kicks and that would keep him at a distance. And my good right hand when I was seven on this went down and when they dad saying this fighting, I had him this time buddied up his face and his father held me while his kid punch me and this fall, the walk me up the steps and not that my mother's door and my mother was fucking passed on taking naps. You long overlap before. Level of the front door. He's the next time your son hits my son. I'm gonna hit end late you. My mom was all my one second and she had the biggest night. She had the fuck and kitchen and she chased him up the steps. Absolutely the neighbor that the cops came, but the neighbor came out and said that my mother didn't have a knife that that was just a lie. So the Haitians never messed with us again through the Haitian, but that woke up a giant and like I was never a tough guy, but I was never much to take shit after that. And one of the biggest things that got me through my life with sticking up for somebody. One time that three people gonna jump gonna. I dunno if you wanna jump them, you jumping. I find them one at a time and the fall asked me who I was. I fuck you. This is the way to go and that saved my life. Now that put me in a different. I was never a tough guy at all. If I beat up at a park when time really banner, try to mug a guy and he. That was. I was like, Don like, I'm never going to be a fighter. That's never advocate happen, but with mercy, very concerned because she's got the heart that among the has like I've been trying to talk carry into go into your class and she doesn't know nothing. Like one time we were living in Hollywood and she goes, put you do as he put a hands up and all I did was push this hand and she herself and she's like, how? And I go, if you wanna put your hands up hands. She didn't really know. And this conversation's been going on for a little while of us all very happy with you and how you treat my daughter. But here it is dropped his. So because I talked to my uncle Sunday night, we long conversation. What pissed me off when I came here in eighty. I came here in eighty four. At the my mother died Sunday night to live with my uncle Glendale, and he was very a different point of his life. And he was kind of this chanted with my mother, and he told me things that need to know and he let me know I was. He's like, you could keep faking the funk, you really a son of a kill it. I was like, what the fuck you talk about? Because after my mother died, I found out that she had an alias. That's why like voice security because one nine on a party in late nineteen, fifty four. My mother and his sister Rosetta went to a party and my mother was older. By one year, she lost Rosetta and she went outside. Rozina was around getting raped by a man. So my mother took a bottle broken and stab. The guy in the back with the Bhawan kill them that fled Iraq the island. And my mother had a very unusual Tampa, and she was the original, like, you see all these women that March for women's rights. That wasn't my mother's world. My mother struck with the in with the the hammer God. My stepfather was a good do when he tried to really be good do. And when he made the mistake of flicking a cigarette, my mother, my mother waited three fell asleep, took a statue of Saint and busted over his fucking head and told them back in. Sean, not even elliptic. Right, right. It was. It was just a plain cigarette. My mother wanted him to hand the two gentlemen do, but he threw that your mom. So this is in her. These genes are in their these genes are in her and I don't wanna be a killer, but I want to understand that they're in the same way there me as I was growing up and get those dark e with all its but I was on drugs. I don't wanna be. But I just wanted her. I thought it was very important for her to be in some time. I don't want to be a fighter wanna expected doing frankly, be happy just to protect yourself, how to protect yourself is the most important thing for a woman, especially today's world. I think. Self defense is equally as important as paying your car insurance. If you pay for car insurance, you paid for life insurance or you have medical insurance, you're investing into your life, right? And it's something that you've Allieu same thing with our homes. We put sercurity alarms and cameras, and you know, same with our cars, we push the button to lock it and it's the same thing. We should do that with ourselves, giving ourselves a skill to be able to protect ourselves. So for when I when I meet women who are like, I would love to do that, but I am too scared out, but but you get your nails done or where I can't afford it. You get your nails done. You get your highlights done. You pay for this. You get this all this, but when it comes to protecting yourself, what are you going to do? And the end that the answer is always, I don't know, and it should be equally as important as having an alarm on your car, having alarm on your house, have the same thing for yourself. Have self defense knowledge peaching. Decide control, and I was sitting. Oh my God and how the choke from there some the one that than like a week later, you put a video of them, my sweeping from the mound. And I was like, just that so important. That is so important for a woman to get thrown down, acknowledge what position she's now that she can get out per cool, grab his sleeves, put her feet on his hips, and now that she's got this guy, his momentum is weight if she could keep her cool and that's what it is that I want my daughter to have her coolmore. My wife don't have a cool to fuck out. I want my my mother. She had a cool cool. We at you have to learn how to react and that's what's made me stay with you. Just I walked into jitsu three hundred thirty six pounds, and I did my first hip escape and I thought it was the end of the world. I thought it was the big of my world. How old are you and you started fifty fifty five years old for any been friends. Since two thousand ninety nine all those years, you never were like, I'm gonna take a class for my friends. I told it was the most disgusting thing ever won. What I want to touch a man's foot. I want your fate. When I see you preparing for an arm bar from the mount, if I smell you ask all to have a problem or all those things fungus feet all that shit. I did not want to be involved. I joined more time America. I realized that it was two people watching UFC. I would get people in that were fi. Fi guys kicking me strength of ten fucking this is just lights, barring what's going on. Now I saw this jujitsu school and I was just sick, and I saw Joel lows on a you see, fighter. He had the strategy and all his fight. He take a punch fake the way down, grabbed on the, they get down, get you in closed guard. And after that it was nine, Irene, when you went to pick up the hand and you based, you would done. And I thought that was the most brilliant thing I had seen right there. I knew what you was. I know was invented for a little guy against the big this is so what's a little guy against the big guy equate to a woman against one hundred eighty pound man, which is the average of the man. That's what you was really benefits. Jujitsu. A woman could breeze and keep a cool while guys trying to take his belt buckle off and take his deck out. And while he turns she breaks his fucking out, ball aren't chats is asks chokes his ass out. It's nights she had, you know, the Tariq things. If I was a woman that I would work on was a CIA arm bar to fucking triangle to the fucking claw. The fucking closed guard. You know, with a jacket, just reach input, put, you know, because that's the composure of this guy's taken his belt off. He's about the take de-coupled. Second, you'll rap shot hand take that Lee jacket put around and that he ain't getting up. He might have his Decca, but you got his fucking because a jacket is a geek. That's why when people say, why don't try like no Gillis I love, no, because it's a shirt. I do the same damage. I love when I when I walk into a place, I see somebody with a sweatshirt. I know if I have a problem Mike game, I got half my game down. I pull on the sleeves. Lay on my back and I wrap up. That's all I wanna. I wanna break nobody bone. I just want to control a situation control, be able to control the situation. You know right now I'm really considering competing in the next year, the sad because it's going to be like comedy, even though you get beat up, you still rise the next level. When comedy, the more you get beat up the when when somebody calls you and you're at the wrong venue and you go out there and you die, slowed that and you go back to your room. Yeah. And that sought a suicide comes over you for two seconds, then you like, I'm fine. I'm just gonna either cheeseburger and I'll be on states tomorrow. Thanks, you've grown, you've grown. It doesn't matter whether you wanna lose. It's how you play the game. So next day you show up tipped up with you and even in losing you've grown, you've eliminated that fear and now you not tackle it because it was feel beach. It was fear. He'll beach, fear, always beach in that. You know, I was watching the creed on the plane on the way back. And he puts it in front of the mirror Nieto's life. I want you to always remember that that guy issue biggest Adamy. That is true. So many levels you stop yourself for me the growing, you stop that guy in the mirror. Nice to do coke. Look myself in the mirror. What I did coke. We looked at myself in the mirror when I called my half, I was high. I would not look at myself in the mirror I would to see. I would wanna see don't. It's kinda weird. It makes sense. It's, it's shame. It's like it's it's shame. I really, really, really appreciate you what you do eight to say that I share shut you as a woman. I do, but you given a whole new minis two balls in women like what you're doing with those young girls. I like what you don't want my daughter, you know, and I love we only south man. You never fucking neck complain. It's always. No, confined some good. And it just goes to prove to you that when you wake up in the morning, you put a smile on, I tell people like when you attacks like the St. I'd I posted something in the morning at seven in the morning, and somebody attacked me and for two minutes to think about that's how his day started. Hey, what's he gonna be like at three o'clock. Horrible. That's why when I talk and as I'm pissing either when my fat feet it, the thing that look at my wife's already in the living room, I had mercy on the fucking speaker moving toys. And as I'm pissing. I, I'm looking to have to win though. You see that I pride of sunshine my how fucking lucky and the computer. I don't care how many times I put on the beautiful fucking day to be on because I'm hoping that somebody is looking for a shoe. It's Monday at seven, forty five, and then can't find that fucking shoe. And they think their world is over and I want them to stop no way the second. It's a beautiful day to be alive. I'm working who gives a fuck it, my shoes loss. You know what I'm working like a Hindu till empathy slip is on going in there about putting the side, but no cream on my face. Jamaica's, whatever, make whatever. I think that when you start the morning and for years, man, you when I was on drugs because when you live day to day you wake up going today is that day I'm gonna among somebody for kilo Cup, like even if you're gonna do something bad, you're like we side accolades that they will hit a pony at the race when the cell amount to coke for this jerk off and hopefully we get the rob this fucking moron. He's gonna show down there with three thousand cash. So you always take him positively even when you're going bad. I wish I had the tub. When you're out there, this is this is who controls your mood. I love people love to listen. I believe in Anthony Robbins, but you go one time and then you learn and you have to motivate yourself. You have to motivate his. That's it. Nobody's fucking motivate you man. And I tell it to my kids all the time. You see when they're like, I can't. And I'm like, that's you saying that I did tell you can't do it right. So do it right? Make the decision right now like you're in charge of your life. And when I finally, when conceptualize that in my brain, I just said, fuck it and created my own lane, like I was telling you like, there's not another gym that's just for women and children to learn martial arts. Where is that? I created it because I just said, fuck it, there isn't that. So I'm gonna make it you you are you make your way you make your way. And if you're in your own way, you're going to be in your own way, fuck out of your own way in front of my own way for fucking us. And once I got on the wound like, wow, how easy is like right? It really. It really is easy like I wake up and I'm like, I love everything. I'm so grateful. Nobody people would bitch about Dr. The Long Beach, five nights a week I would. I would then I'd say to myself. How fucking lucky am I right though? I'm getting paid Terresa aggregrate time. It's, you know, when I go to the gym in the morning. Today is pulling out. I was on the call. We go how lucky my that I get to go. Here I rule three or four times. I get beat up by two white belts by gives drenched I could feel my fucking under pants games. Okay. The top of the Bank, I enjoyed it. I enjoyed getting choked out today. I enjoy that fifty. Five. I'm day just to be able to go into them fifty five year old people sick right now. So I look at this is such a fucking. I love you. That's it. It's just great. And then ever really offended by anything anyone says. But I, I remember about a year ago getting offended by someone that I thought was a friend saying not to me to someone else that my happiness was fake. Like he says, happiness as fake bitch, what do you know how fucking grateful I am to be as happy as I am. I had a really hard life like, fuck you. 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Your (and our) Offseason Goals

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Your (and our) Offseason Goals

"The. Welcome to the shutdown. Full cast ain't got no games this week and got thank God nothing to live to talk about the LSU football dot net. TV schedule is is is dang near dang near empty until next season. Yeah. So what we're looking at y'all. This is the first podcast of the college football off season just to just go around the horn because occasionally we do like to introduce ourselves. You're listening to the dulcet tones of Spencer hall. But ever I do ADS Bs type person and Espy nation. Joining me as always round the Horne. Geographically, speaking. Next to me is Holly Anderson. That's that's the job scripture. I supposed to you won't my are we doing that introduce yourself shit again, though, do just did it, Doug. How often do these introductions is it like a quarterly review and Lee always Spencer who wants to talk about who wants to be the Campbell. You know, why? Because Spencer doesn't remember our names or what we do. And and and you are in currently playing Nintendo and and cannot really complain. This is that thing where you introduce your your partner to somebody. And you're like, oh, this is Sharon it because you don't remember who your immediate thing. And so you're hoping your partner will just sorta bail you out. Now that one could gracefully just, you know, own that. Yeah. It said doc own that. From from beautiful Kennesaw, Georgia. We have our college football. Minor Domo Jason. No, I love baby Oshii. That's again Holly's introduction is ongoing. It'll just after the end this duck and pair a Beatles. Hey, jason. No. This is good. This is better than anything. I had to say. Yeah. That's Jason's introduction. Fuck shit. Did you see how close I was to get Yoshi? At that Ryan nanny and beautiful. Brooklyn, New York. Albany knows what my job is. Nobody has fucking clue. People think this podcast is my entire job. And that sad. They really do. They do think like we pulled listeners awhile back. They thought like I think Ryan is Spencer's boss or Jason's bus or they are Ryan's boss. Okay. But beyond the org chart, which none of you are right about because we don't even know Brian's actual department. I don't even think any listeners have any idea. What it is. Nobody seems to and that's fine. You know, like, Mike not even the it sound part of the company, let alone. What he does there? I that's fine. We're all in a Mexican standoff bosses, right? Just one gun pointed at the prove, my vacation requests, you improve my vacation requests, while we know Spencer as a squirrel fan is water type and Ryan is the city. So he's lightning type, I'm onion type onions. That's that's that's grass type batter. That's all a plant. I'm not a Pokemon yet to tell me what I I'm not a Pokemon enthusiasts yet. Okay. Okay. Iron type metal type metal type metal type. Okay. Metal type. I'll be I accept us. And don't know if it's an insult know, it's it's just more about these things how they counter in interplay only only one can defeat one other in it. It's sort of it's sort of a paper, rock scissors kind of thing is what I'm getting at Jason is stray dog type that would be fighting type. Anyway, we each of us is is the boss of one other and the reports to one other an no one can ever know in a managerial aura Boris. It's I think it's important that we start the off season by recognize greatness as it passed. And that would be a in a tweet from at E Wilkin twenty-five, Ethan nickname, Ethan unquote, Wilkinson, it's catchy nickname. Ethan. You sound handsome, Ethan. He is he is he comes from good stock outta we know. Well. The tweet says so just found out. My wife's best friends Granddad. A lifelong diehard LSU fan watched Alabama lose Monday closed his eyes and passed away at the age ninety eight. Wow. What a hate NASA legend. We stay a king. I like to I like to think that it is final moments. He was like, oh, man. Heavens gonna wanna hear about this or L either one. It would no matter. No matter which way, I'm going. I got news. Berlin was credit LSU grandpa. On the way out hit him with the at channel foot. Bama maginness. Maginness somebody did that. That's it like on the way out on the way out the door. Just looking at everybody. Go and bliss miles. You're cool and over on your cool. Hey, Mike Shula. You're cool. Nick sabin. Fuck. You. Yeah. What what a God. What a titan of man that. He even even when they were up nearly thirty seven sixteen said, no, no, no. This is like the end of the crucible. But with Dan Moore. He did it and he lived in ninety eight man that was the last thing he saw was forty four sixteen. Go Tigers in either case. He knew that dab owes closest friends would all wanna hear about. I mean the disciples herbs. Also, also, Billy blanks. Yeah. Got to talk to my friend Bill downing Thomas was like, okay. I know I have a rent, but did you say forty four. Yeah. I'm sorry. Billy mays. I'm pretty sure Billy blanks. If not RIP Billy blanks who is the John base down the other one who is rumored to be dead when the internet was capable of spreading malicious rumors, but not giving you a clean way to debunk them. If you wanted to. Yeah. Fortunately times. Fortunately, we've solved now we just have total information and in misinformation at the same time. It's great. And that means it's good because balance. That's I mean, really like if that's the last thing you see on the way out, you know, like if the cheese at bowl had been the last football game I'd ever watched. Okay. Like Ryan, remember when your daughter was born. And there was that period of time when we would just amuse ourselves by counting all the things that hadn't happened yet. In her world football is like how her parents haven't been alive for George national title. Yeah. That was that was mostly the one that I was thinking about only I thought we promised not to talk about Georgia anymore. I sure didn't sign anything. I really wanted to pay proper specs to this man by doing what I want my family. Earl you know, I can go like an Earl. Yeah. You know as a ranking Earl thority, we will happily claim I'll fair. Yes. Yeah. I mean, I'm thinking policies. Don't know. I'm merely co-signing. I had forgotten. Yeah. So, you know, I'll just say Earl Valentine showed row, whatever your name actually was. That's a good one. Yeah. It seems likely that this is the name that has all LSU fans. And I think a number of college football fans, including myself want next should be played at your funeral. Like like, I was born like full version of neck. You could do you know, you could if you're from Louisiana. I think you go full black the right FOX injury version of neck. The other version the other possibility is to do Ave Maria, but sneaks suck. Now tiger bitch that tired Tig bitch into it. Oh, good tie. Doc that time of mine no near my God. That's what you really want is for. That course to come over the top with you know, suck that tiger. Dick bitch. Yeah. The most pro most problematic cheer and all. I don't think it's really not. It's really not. States right there. You're late like beastie -ality is the least of our concerns. We got a lot. We have a lot of concerns. Solitude be clear. Several concerns it's not like three. No. You know, what else doesn't like three Alabama trying to? Still got it for like, it's more like a one big middle thing. The end of the show. Yeah. It's more like goalpost on. I I really really really do hope though that you know, I hope you all have an end as rewarding this what game what game that's already taken place. Would this have been for us Spencer? I know my answer, but I wanna to. Probably I have a couple of candidate. Yeah. I think the two thousand and seventeen Tennessee game would have been one. Why? Okay. The Franks hail Mary game. Yeah. The Franks hail Mary game. Just awful and be like I wanna dis. Last crafty gave I see then something completely unfair untoward happens to proper rival the only good thing they'll have all season. And then I am mmediately deceased that would have been pretty great. Actually, I kind of had the same. I was kinda going on the same instinct they're like I did not take a good game. Like do. I want to go out on the national title and ninety eight I do not I wanna go out on the two thousand nine Tennessee Georgia game when Jonathan Crompton ninety. By the way, with Mark richt, retiring lane kiffin is undefeated all time versus both him and Steve Spurrier Sunday. I'm picking Florida state, Oregon in the first college football playoff. That for the by CB to ball reminder. That's the Jameis Winston throws the ball fifteen yards backwards game that vine. We probably should have checked out during one instead of waiting for a definitive. I would have been a Super Bowl couple. Yeah. I don't I should've said. Twenty one. Oh, I'm out. Twenty eight three looking good buddy donated three by. He never knew. It's the deal right now. That's probably like fifteen or life bills. Do screw it. I'll take mean. There's gotta be a five fan who died during the Super Bowl. I mean, just think about our caloric intake, cholesterol wise, surely there was one who is in heaven just talking so much shit. Not. Here's here's the problem. The one who died in the middle was like Lord. I know this is heaven and all is possible through you and your awesome power, please allow me to see the end of the Super Bowl. And God was like, okay. I. Falcons fan. He gets up there. Like god. Please don't tell me. Let me eeking. There were also people out there trying to make decision over whether or not to pull life support a family never been a falcons fan for a while. It. I don't know your go. DNR do not run falcons offense to potato here. I got a seal. I would I think you also have probably could have I could've gone out with sheer joy, I could have gone out on this game. Honestly, like forty four sixteen just watching the unexpected happen out have been five with that old man, man. Or if we talk about the God damn peach bowl, one more time, if I could have gone, or if I could have gone out with Boise state, Oklahoma and the table. That's oh, yeah. Come on man proposes to the cheerleader Dawson. Chris Myers is about to talk and ruin the whole moment with this big stupid, head voice. And then I die right there. That's bought. How do you feel at the proposed? And she said, yes, you probably feel pretty good. Gregg question. Chris phenomenal question sceptre someday. When leg it's like, North Dakota state beat Notre Dame in the playoff national championship. And one million college football fans died on the spot. Now will know why? Because that that'd be the funniest possible results of any football game. Right. Something like that, you know, north western. That's too far fetched sorry. North Dakota state at least by their full title. You've been reading lovecraft, son. That would mean we'd have to watch. Gibson as they're so eager to tell you. True true. But yeah, I I think that let us know crash. I think any that's good though. Sorry roller. Badillo grads. The the order of the evening for those for those of us still tethered to the coin thirteen of our introduction of this hour long college football that hits the table of contents folks for those of us still, unfortunately tethered to life on earth. Earl let me get up in them appendices. Gander temporal realm. Yep. Ryan, Tom, which you hit listeners with and I didn't do it Dixon did case until him. Would you hit the listeners with folks, we have an undetermined origin for this thing of which nobody is claiming responsibility. We asked us new listeners for your the things you hope to accomplish this off season your off season goals. It's a lot. It's a long time of year. It's it's the majority of the year, in fact, so what do you hope to get out of it? And what do you hope your team gets out of all this time? I can start us off real quick. I I I think I plan to run a marathon say July, August, something like that. What's the longest you've done before? I've done the half. Okay. So it'll tattoo for it. If I'm not mistaken. Yeah. So which which one do you want to about this somewhere? I'll have to look at the schedule to see if there's anything official going on at the time. You're not gonna run like a freelance marathon, I really might. Kind of thing. I would do. But you you could you could just run the libertarian Maratha. It is the sovereign citizens marathon sorry that was me almost fallen into lava again, where it's like it's a tribute to the original or it's like I have to run twenty six miles to tell the gun shop that the libs are coming up. That's right. It's exactly what it was. It makes Greece. And see a goal for my college football team. I hope Kennesaw state continues to schedule no-one at all. I hope we forever remain the team that does not play a God damn. With of a good team until we get beaten in the playoffs. I very much like a lot of every year. It's awesome. I don't know. What you see a fans are complaining about just kick the shit at a terrible teams have a lot of fun for three or four months. Maybe when your bowl, maybe you don't let the dragon. That's dragon. I would I was going to cover. It can I can I do a reader's before two miles because I think this is really this is related to mind. Sorry. Look y'all got talk about your fucking video game for like nineteen fucking weeks. Time to pay the fiddler rents do rinse. Do towed. It. Doughnuts. Anti think we can all agree on that. Can we have that guy on the show many tech guy? She's black walk. This is this is canon. I wanted to just mention it important one beat the Kupa that looks like Spencer damn I know taking taking ELS of not inflame game man didn't even make you Morton calmed down at TC internet says one stop losing two nine year olds and smash brothers online who call me, Peter. But is that for resolution for us or for them? You know, what I'm gonna make it a resolution to start losing to the eight year old in my house who goes, Peter. But when dad, but death, but yeah. So I'm gonna do that at least good nuns off to teach your eight year old son better burns, no K because he's gonna use them on me. He's still going to be had. But that was his what was that? You let him win and something and he was like dad, but oh, yeah. Never again. Yeah. Yeah. Now, what did you let him win? And I forget I let him when in a game of what was it? Oh cars three the combat arena section of car three, and he screened capped it and put ha LL dad's socks or something. Cap which I was you let him win. I was at the moment. Like Kentucky fans, please send Spencer's screengrabs of the end of the Florida Kentucky game with that written. No friend. Yeah. To thirty eight Godfrey. I'm pretty sure he wrote with. But which is funnier. I think yeah. The other one he has another goal, which is have fun and make new friends go. Oh, you hoosiers. Fund, indiana. I know it's fascinating. Yeah. But I I wanted I want to go ahead. Be like, you know, that's not a bad goal. That's manageable that small that's that's cheap -able. Right. That you might be able to at least pizza hopefully could beat like at least one nine year old and then call them a Peter. But that that's the goal. So it's my turn. Yes. Wait. You didn't say yours were though, did you? We're gonna come back to mind. Okay. I. I had to address important peanut news. I. My goals for Florida or. I think I think like just Dan Mullen, not doing anything catastrophically embarrassing doing nothing memorable. If you can just not be Memed over the course of the off season. That would be good. I realized that like Ryan would you rather have a ten win season or Amine free offseason mainframe, free offseason? All right. I wanna find the line eleven eleven free offs eleven win season. Yeah. Eleven one. Okay. Cool janika. Sure. And the personal. So this is the time of year where because I'm deeply broken. I get most excited thinking about cool shit. We can do over the course of the off season and next year. So like, I don't have anything specific. But I just like knowing my head this is when we're going to figure out, you know, this is the time of year last year when I heard a couple years ago when I was like, okay, blooming onion, maxa thing. I wanna do this is the time of year last year. When I think we started to talk about doing a live show this. I am I am I'll go ahead and put this out to the universe. If you live near the Lafayette Popeye's, and you are willing to be an emissary. And you think that you have sort of the do you think you can do this in a convincing way? If you're gonna show up in, you know, pod cat. Damn. And you want to help us make this happen. Let me know. Like if I if I was close, I would do it myself. But we let's just make this the year. We do the Popeye's buffet live show. There's another here that our impression that this hasn't happened because we don't want it to happen. Absolutely. Not the case. That's false. Yeah. So those are those are my goals. Yeah. We've definitely mentioned before that. You don't have to tell us that we want this to happen. Yeah. Now us dear very suggestive about this chicken to Spencer, Wooding arson. Okay. My my goal is one. I would like to read actual books a lot more like I have three or four Artie sort of like on the docket. I will read them not because they're just on my like because your books are on the shelf. Doesn't mean you really have to read them, right? And I have on the shelf. Yeah. You know, it would help it could take them off. Take a sample. Doodoo? So I wanna do that. What books are on that list? Oh, you know, like I got a bunch of like stuff. I'm not gonna read that's like recommended prestige. And I really should just read what I want to what I'm like today. I or you know, what I ordered today to read there's a lot of fan fiction. That's like in heart. The Kenny stabler autobiography snake like. Yeah. I ordered that order that hard cover, and I even paid for like, you know, Amazon two day shipping because I gotta have hot Kenny stabler stories from like the seventies. They're all hot. Don't worry. Well it south Alabama at ain't coal radioactive DEA it evolves. Kenny stable, welcome to the new snake? So is going to be hot. So I just like I want to read a lot more that like, I do actually occasionally my interest. Intersex something. That's like, vaguely prestige. I wanna read that book about a theranos the blood something, right? Bloodwork rich insane people, right. Yeah. I like I like books where it were, you know, bad blood. That's the name of it bad lives. Yes. That great. That's exactly what you should call that book. Like, don't Aim High. I was going to call it in gold blood. My fairness book, but you know, I want to read that because it's about idiots losing money. And I think that you know, that's not fantas right? That was starting a blood company theranos workout plan. What actually no that's an idea? You don't actually have to do it. You just tell everyone you did it. And then you know, that's oh my God. We've been living in this all along. I know we have so, but yeah, like I want to read that because it's it's idiots losing money. And I absolutely that's the best plot for me is idiots lose money or something happens at sea. Those are you can buy those if you really the only two clubs those are the only man is only ever come up with two original plots, and those are those two plots the fire festival. Which is why I'm going to watch both of those documentaries book about this do there. Yes. Hulu beaten up flicks. Netflix is dropping today is Monday. I think Netflix comes out on Wednesday and out of Hulu had announced that they were doing documentary, but sort of that got lost in the mix, and they hadn't released a trailer anything and today who was just like boom here. It is fuck you net. Flicks. We have an Armageddon deep impact situation with fire festival. Correct. Correct. I'm still gonna watch both. I'll be busy for the next four hours. Watching both of these documentaries about the biggest collection. I do I do know this about the the Hulu one. It has somebody saying well when Joe rule gets involved with something, you know, it's real. Call John real. Literally, literally the Dave joke made real. Yeah. No. That's it. So that's that's my goal. My team goal. This off season would be for everybody to just practice a whole bunch of reps and stuff. So that like so that you know, they actually know what they're doing on every single plane. We can actually like, you know, do a little bit more offensively. That'd be cool. They were filing that they were offense. No they were five but like reps, just go. Go just like the goal for Florida's and have the most boring off season. Yes. That's it. Yeah. Off the board is great, man. Nobody gets injured. Nobody falls off a scooter. Nobody has like an outlandish firearm charge. Our coach, isn't you know, recruited away. You know, which is a new concern for us. I know but fuck a shark. Yeah. You know, what I don't really care if DEM as long as Dan mullah's winning? He can pose nude with whatever form of marine life. You wants to now. I wanna be clear, I'm not okay with that. You're not go k. What if he doesn't really boring way if it's if it's tasteful campaign for like the Monterey Bay Aquarium? Yes. So. Like, the shark, and I went to a best western. Yeah. There for one night, Dan bullets always been passionate about CR's. That's not quite the same as sharp. Yeah. That's a cute. Little little Dirk. Right. How about a sewing? No, no sea otters are assholes terrible squid seemed like they got a lot of crevices though. Yeah. This is getting Japanese eating. Let's just let's go back to the original purpose of this segment. Yeah. Don't wanna be caused the pollen fine. We're talking about ambitions. Ryan sorry. Boring off season read a lot more. My I have very very low low bars to clear this off season. Your goals are not different from like a man in prison who's just trying to serve out another couple years. I I just want to read more and no trouble. That's all I want. Or a guy who's having a house built? Yeah. I got enough going on. All right. Would you reduce Ryan homeownership the modern prison? Why wouldn't that be your golden because that's happening? Whether I wanted to or not. He also doesn't want to. He also doesn't want to jinx it like the minute. He says, oh, I want. This to happen. Is contractors go to call him. And be like, yeah. Turns out all your floors were made out of dead ghosts. So we got replace. That sucks. Those good live. Those live goes for. Goose were dead goats. Yeah. That's what I thought. I had. No. Yeah. So I don't I don't even like to talk about that. That's how superstitious I am about it. That's that. Like, I don't it'll be real like I have I am so pessimistic that I don't actually like to even consider that. This is real that. We're going to have a roof. Right. Like now, this is also your approach to Florida football into eighteen in night in. So so I don't talk about it. I didn't mean to say that loud. Yeah. Thinking out loud. All right. Jason you have some submissions from the readers, right listeners. So yeah, we've all taken a look through these various lists on Twitter and the read it and one before we before we get into some others one group. I went to acknowledge is the Bama fans because you folks, don't usually have things to worry about in off-season, if we're being honest juries, usually like, oh it lost ten. Traffic's full. They deserve it. Usually the Bama fans concerns are like, oh, we have to replace Steve are Qizheng. You know, like every team has to replace div Sarkissian that happens to every team every year. Bama fans usually don't have. But right now, you do you kinda do have some problems concerns because you just lost game by twenty eight points. And that is not a thing that teams that are in that are on excellent footing tend to do. So let's see let's just run through real quick. Marcus are Jackson on Twitter wants to lose fifteen pounds loud. People in that in that boat exiting January and wants to hire some coordinators. We keep for at least three years hashtag roll tide. Imagine Bama having a coordinator for three years. Like Kirby was there for a while. But but he's he slept. He slept. He went into hibernation during the off season. So it didn't add up to full years. Yeah. He was on. He was on that Georgia time. He went the rallies that's worth. Job peeling Alice also went to it or went to demolish the patriarchy. That's a good off-season goal. Yes. Get that done in five months in Alabama. And once Sabin needs to stop turning his coaching staff into a home for wayward coaches syncing a trend here. Hey, there have been any rumors about who might join Alabama recently have their circus back. Right. Oh, I thought there was a sexy room. A. I can't keep track. What what else do we have? Oh, I mean, this is the thing. Or not. But there were people speculating the Bobby Trina was joining staff. Oh. That's all we need to say. That's all we need to say about it that that's enough. That is sexy. You know, like bear Bryant said. Momma. Call Rammer jammer. Help time Forty-six Stephen on Twitter says wants to lose a pound or two maybe read a book, good good standards. There also has Bama to get in the best shape of their life. Stop wasting time in class study the playbook and more film study more DVD's more defense in big games. Hire a few NFL coaches analysts. I the modest goals there. Sort of feel like desperation setting in good. Keep these college coaches let in the cream. You're down here. I like this in a lot with this is accompanied with these shocked peak at you Evy with Obama hat on. Personal goal care about my team less when they get stumped by Clemson in the national championship. It doesn't hurt as badly as it did goal for Bama figure out how to not get stopped by Clemson and the national championship as badly as they did. Let's let's pause on this. I think about how wild that is that assuming you've been in Alabama fan for a sizable sizeable portion of time and all of the good you have seen and all of the success. You've enjoyed that. Even that even a historic run of winning and championships and dominance cannot insulate you from the pain of getting stumped. That's like why what happened to your carapace? Supposed to be great oppose. Just like, that's it's a little depressing. Got the the history of the sport piling up banners and trophies and accolades and all that like that's cool in all. But really when you really boil it down, the only thing that matters. It's Hugh got their ass kicked. Most recent. That's all that's life, man. Like like, go up to a Kentucky fan talk shit right now about Florida Bill laughing your face why? Because they've beaten you once in the last thirty two years, but it happened to be this year, fresh one. Yeah. Like thirty one years gone poof, it never happened. Yeah. They're baked goods. It's like, oh, man. I've had thirty two good croissants here, and they're like em, and guess what? I've last one. I got the last what it was so fresh you gotta stop eighty thirty two croissants once sitting do not it, you know, what that's the kind of list my resolutions. Yeah. That that's the kind of thinking that got us beat by Kentucky. You. Go ahead. This off season Florida football eating all the pastries. Chris volk? The bulk bull from the read it de- deja intend, dude, perhaps personal goal record acoustic album, an assume it's just Rammer jammer ten different ways of Angola. Get better assistant coaches, please. No Sark, please. Last in the Bama group from lonestar Ayla AOL on Twitter personal goal. Not eat anymore. Fast food team goal. Not have the president feed. Well, there's one way to avoid that. That's the lead Clemson take that particular bullet because Clemson went to the White House. And in case you were not on college football internet on Monday. The president fed them fast food, not just fast food, but like the most basic mediocre. The home of five guys. Surely, they at least got gigantic burgers. No, the president gain afford to buy a whole football team. Five guys are president poor. I mean, I mean that is a lot of money five guys Israel expenses are resident thousand air president. So what I'm unclear about is. There was Wendy's at this, right? It was mostly McDonald's. But like there's not a Wendy's. The closest Wendy's is like a bit of a drive. It wasn't just sort of like, oh this is nearby. And this is this is easy. Like, so they like drove past all the Popeye's into knows as a library in the White House and put an in office Wendy's like sad Yang corporate campuses. Clearly, they got bunker Wendy's like the closely, I think the closest White House the closest Wendy's I think is like twenty minutes away. Man. I know who has the bunker. Wendy's though, it was built by bainer like Wendy's is an Ohio thing, right. Yeah. He had one put in the congressional Bucker at a Wendy's foot in when you need to take the edge off after a long night at the skin tone of a man who lives on chicken nuggets. Yeah. Yeah. That man's. You know, listen three Marlboros though, I opener. A loaded baked potato. Hey, girl. Buy you a frost? We've talked enough about what John bainer is doing with his life right now. He's isn't a weed lobbyist. Yes. Super super super chill, bro. We'd hustler now. Yeah. Tells you how to get it on the we'd business, and I'm like brother, I have numerous forms of music that have you to the seminar. So of the the mini things that were humorous about the dinner setup for clemson's White House. Visit what did you all enjoy the most? I know what my personally answer is. But I wanna hear from you. I enjoy that. He was still wearing his really badly tailored coat indoors share that was poorly cut. So that he just looked like he really does look like a big vacuum cleaner wearing a human. Just. Being room, but old ones, Scott big campus. Oh, yeah. Like horrible smelling gasoline-powered vacuum cleaner from the fakir Seapower vacuum cleaner from the fifties. And then slept with like two feet of lunch meat on either side like surplus lunch, meat and cheese. I'm upset right? And then then like then like a sort of since skin pulled over that topped with a few delicate light golden hairs pulled from a fresh. Corpses. Head not a fresh for the cheese. Here's wendy's. Yeah. I like that he probably got Wendy's for vegetarians that is. Looking at the spread the salads. I believe the salads are Wendy's any has like I think these are like a wraps from Wendy's. Something like get it for what he's talking too much to get of what saying in this scenario is what I'm kind of fascinated guess, we're he's fucking cheapest. He's like oh get like twenty quarter pounders twenty a cheese polar get an armload salads. So my actual first away Reese still doing 'em. Did I interrupt? Somebody's thought because I know it's please go ahead. Like, I did a lot of talking in the in our immediate. Aftermath podcast talk about how so much of Clemson success owes to what they've done as an institution in terms of committing to this football program meant those boys have been eating training table stake for months if not years at this point, depending on how long they been on the team that much fast food is going to upset their systems. I think that this was an act of sabotage on behalf of president who secretly pull him for the tide. I will also point this out have you ever had to at the last minute. Get a lot of food for people and yourself in Hungary and stressed and panicked. Yeah. It's called going to the beach yet. This is exactly what this looked like. Right. Like when dad's got a scramble for food right to get dinner for like six kids. I don't know wherever they can ravioli, I don't know if you've been at that drive through speaker and gone how many hamburgers do you need like this is a sin. Batter to I need a cheeseburger in a coat and a cheeseburger, coats and a cheeseburger in coke. Yeah. It's when you go how many do you need you and the answer in your head? You could say ten or you could say seventy and that number is. Yeah. Keep them coming. Just give me give me a sack. That's what some because you don't know what he's sack president. Oh are like a crystal sack full inhuman for me like a crystal sackful patrol. If you put up you say expensive petroleum, and that's what pops up yet quit wizard. Ing just quit wizard and die over it is my favorite thing to think about this scenario is that so the president needs a lot of fast food normally, but and people have talked about like what is going to order is. It's pretty gross sounds unpleasant. But whatever. But when that I don't think I the I can I can look this up Trump. It's like a chocolate, shake, a Big Mac and filet of fish. Oh. Chocolate chicken flavor. Fish should actually turn to concrete like in your stomach. I hope that all that hot by on. I've got it right here. Okay. His goto. Order is too big Macs to fillet official inches and a large chocolate shake. So just like it's a lot. It's a lot. But I guess terrorists. But I get that. They're dead. I get that somebody goes out and get that, you know, probably secret service agent or in an aide or something goes out gets the food, and they probably have to do some inspecting of it to make sure that, you know, the president's not gonna be poisoned or whatever. But they had to do this for one hundred, you know, hundreds of individual fast like what is that security process? Like, how is specially during a government shutdown? How are we screening all of this? It wasn't. Now. That's what as our for knows. Absolutely. Yes. Some GI sitting there is just like, listen, I'm gonna eat it. If I die in the next two minutes. Okay. Somebody's like the things you'll do for Clemson football. They'll be like would you do that for our president hail note? Would you do that for Clemson man handed over do anything for these Tigers? They've worked hard the other thing I like in some of the photos of like the setup before Clemson got there. You know, there's the president proudly lording over his stacks on stats on stacks. But there's also nother man who is probably White House staffer who knows what who's, you know, setting things up and giving the candle bre all that, and he's worrying doesn't have the law. Bre he doesn't have doesn't have the jacket on. But he's he's got like a bow tie. And what looks like a tuxedo t shirt a tuxedo shirt rather? And suspender, and I'm like this dude woke up this morning and said, it's time to look nice clemson's coming to town put on tech, and then had to artfully arranged boxes of quarter pounders in big Macs. That's amazing. That's that's. I that's a day. A real person had. A lot of people compared this spread to the one in Talladega nights where they're they're praying to baby Jesus around like mountain, dew and wonder bread and Little Caesars. I thought of a different John rally Wilford all seen the one where they're wearing tuxes in farting in during job interviews. One like. Yeah. This is just one of the funniest meals. Anyone has ever I think? To credit to criticize this meal is to ignore the amazing comic quality of it. Yeah. Was it appropriate? No. Is it is it hilarious and therefore good? Sure. It is the shutdown focused of state meals. I will say that she's it bowl. This is this is what you give the cheese at ball champions. Think about what every other White House. Visit in every other era has gone through they go, I don't know guess rubber chicken and eight president, you know, remembered he shouted me out. You know, hey joke about me. That's fun. And then, you know, we got to look around then they assured us out, and it was over these guys get to go like me. I don't know, man. We were some busted as fast food feast with this four on. Here's the other good part. So like business will continue in the government to the extent that it is right now. So that means like Chuck Schumer is gonna come to the White House in a couple of days and the president is going to hand him a multiple Dale filet of fish? Regale you hungry. Go ahead. Visit in the fridge. You know, he's not throwing that shit out. He's meeting that ship for a week in the intern. Who went and got this, right? No dishes there being no screening. He's not being reimbursed. Not. He's sitting. He's like I dunno got like six hundred seven hundred bucks worth fast food, just got an invoice that Donna Boyce got the miles. Didn't you? Yeah. But those miles have to be reimbursed by whom the IRS this. No, you're not getting any. And even if you file it is never given back to you take it from sports writers kid, we know when you're getting fucked on expenses. The other thing is this how much money do you think Trump this caused forty bucks? Kid be either either, oh, this is only like thirty five dollars or it was like an eighteen thousand dollar yet. You feel dine in big time. Now, this is what I have on my special day. That's true. Like one hundred dollars. That's true. This is dinner for him. They literally are eating like the president. Didn't say which president. Oh my God. That's what he was doing. Let me show you the food of my people can travel from far off lands. Would you like let dine like Barros cower full man alive sumo shining splur- and the world is my food court. Aladdin? You've showed me so many things. Do you think he was bummed the first time he would see night a nation's and he's like there's no pin deke's. Let's hear this bullshit. That's a little too spicy panda express. There's no Sabar. Are you fucking kidding me? I think in his mind the United Nations. There's a McDonald's. There's an Italian McDonald's. There's an Australian McDonald's. Like how like consider the people in the room? They're Davos still had an amazing time. He's probably like, oh, man. The president. He gave us McDonald's. Those amazing. I do wish whoever had gotten this food had as a nod to the internet just gotten a single arby's item and put it by. Shout out to our buddy the gurgling cod who I'm sor- had an app uplifted fit. When he saw this ties. This college students would want anyway. Well, there's a lot of things you didn't give them when they visited okay Cup. Students would want it. Anyway. It's not a good idea. Let's let's do some more listener listener aspirations for the season. I pulled a couple from are are ready squad. I'm gonna start with this one from appropriately give pizza chance personal goal finish finish chemotherapy. And hopefully, sir teacher certification. Yeah. That's great. Good luck with that all goes super. Well. Texas technical get a signing named goose to go along with maverick and iceman. Is this true? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They do. They did. They did add a a do cO tight end whose name is Travis coons. But he goes by iceman. He was definitely. Yeah. Yeah. Fuck you gotta go get go get the goose, whoever it is find a goose, even though that doesn't bode well for that person's playing career, but whatever. Yeah. Good. I would like to choose this one. This is from at Gordon ninety three. His personal goal is to adopt a horse. I mean, I think that's noble, right? If your position to support and take care of a horse. I encourage people to do it. That's great rescuing emotionally supportive horse. No, no lie. Support the hindquarters. They're extremely sensitive animals. And but become teach it to place kick. Okay. That lu. I support the MVP. And I wish you luck. I don't you dare rain on this man's dream. I can't a horse have goals it stops here. That's saying do, you know horses have three hearts I question three times as many wishes I questioned like three points. It's destiny I questioned whether a horse can have field goals is it's got a regular heart. And then a heart for the front legs a heart for the back legs. That's what I'm. That's what I'm that's what might Gundy's looking for. I want quarterback with three hearts. I saw snake with three hearts once strongest naked oklahom-. His other goal is to is. This is for the team. I guess is a one hundred percent field goal percentage by the place, kicking horse, sir, sir. Again, I wish you luck. But if you do get the horse to even place kick. Perfection seems a bit farfetched. So here, here's the one. Downside of those. Being college kicker now sucks, right? It's a lot of pressure. You have virtually no support getting recruited is a fucking nightmare. Because college college football staffs, they have a special teams coordinator but half the tough. But you hear these stories all the time like that guy knows nothing about place kicking and your development in college may be like here. Here's a camera in my pads. What you're doing wrong and try to fix it on your own. So now on top of this. You are kicker a you go to insert school here. At your rival school or at another school in the conference. There's a fucking horse that's kicking one hundred percent on field goals. And now you're being compared to that. Do you know how much that sucks? You know, how much will suck the how people say, hey, why do you keep missing field goals when a literal horse can do it? Yeah. But here's the deal. Okay. This is what I would want to see if a horse actually became a field goal kicker. Right. Is I would want a horse to miss a crucial field goal. And for no one to say. Well, that's what happens when you make a horse your field goal kicker. Instead, I want everybody to go. College kickers, glued great moments glue, glued gluten gluten when we just bypass it. We're light real blue guy where like damage Shaughnessy. Yeah. So inconsistent since October. It's in his head because he can't look straight at the goal. Dumb ass. They got a stair. Let's kick on an angle. Do you think? Yeah. Okay. I was gonna say do you think the horses keeping horses? Can't kick front words. They gotta face away from the goal. You think they're like donkey kicking it. Their their knees. Bend in such a way to allow. I don't think the horses have that kinda hit motion. That's anybody know anything about the hip flexes of horses, Texas, AM fans, please at thirty eight Godfrey actually that do that send a ticket. That's an infant is probably written a forty two page paper on this. Right. I got my PHD horse kicking. That's what what animal would be the best kicker. Right. Like, this is appointed donkey like straight on like if you actually had to kick a field goal, and you have to have Ford flex right or rear kicking looking back. Right. The look back at it technique how how lib like if a if I train an alligator to whip its tail and hit the ball or we count that. If you can get it to do it consistently rely. Guess right. That's a good way. Kangaroo. Kangaroo kicks forward. Right. Right. I don't know if it can do like a token or it can do like a direct while it can Bama I'm gonna go with because I've seen them do this in an attack. I'm going to go with a giraffe because a giraffe has that long lever. Right. And I've seen footage of drafts kicking lions. And if you can kick a lion into the air, which they can do if you can kick a line. You could kick a ball. I'm guessing that they can decapitate align with a kick. I'm pretty sure that can hit one from sixty. I think an elephant is a good pick plan for this. And yes, recognize the Bama joke. They're not necessarily because they'll be really good at it. But who the fucks going to like sign up to black a field goal kicked by fucking elephant. I'm faking every time to the kicker. Feel it's on the field. We are running down. I don't care. I don't care. What it is. You gotta bring it down before it gets to the sticks kid. I personally don't believe in elephants. Just my opinion. How the hell you gonna call horse colored sowed even horse? Just wrap up. Okay. Second ellison's. Here's the problem. Somebody's gonna do research do their Edison research should be like electrocution, that's legal. You can have apparently if you have money you can do that. We got Nick safe. Go ahead and employ that defense fucking dark. Okay. This is from YARD. Now, this Dr quietude thirty eight on on our read it personal goals. Eat better meditate, more stop being such a pain in the ass to deal with for my wife and kids. Oh, that's step one right there. Yeah. If one. Yeah itself awareness goal for Kentucky. Well, you're Kentucky fan soon. Probably still going to be a pain in the ass for your wife. Kid, sorry, proved twenty eighteen wasn't entirely a fluke. That's a good thing. That's very reasonable. Good goal for your football team. Especially for Kentucky men have to really good years in a row. That's that'd be huge for Kentucky. Yeah. To have to really good years in a row, right? Even have a really good followed by a good that would be a lot for that program. Just like what what are we talking about? Like eight wins prob. Yeah. What go eight and five beat the right teams. Like, you know, you want those those five to fall where you where they should fall. Right, right. Lose lose lose like a west game because everybody will sort of ignore that. Don't Vanderbilt don't lose road game in the SEC rice, right, right? Like, those those add up and as long as you beat the dog off Louisville at the end of the year. I think you're good, man. True. Yeah. It don't kiss in. That's going to happen next year 'cause they're not going to be out of the woods for a while. Also have one from cash lock personal goal figure out how people with jobs and kids make time to play more video games. Do you have any advice here Spencer or Jason to play more video game? Yeah. When you have a job, and you have children. I'm gonna give you a I'm gonna give you real pro tip here. All right. You're going to have to get up early. The people approach like going to the gym more. What what if this is your goal, man? I'm not the only way to get anything done as an adult is to get up earlier. That's it. Right. Well, people go the most effective people will get up at five AM. No. You know what they're doing? They're trying to get away from everyone who want something. That's all they're doing right. And they're like, I'm so happy because for two hours, I get up, and I just fart in my chair and drink my coffee, slowly, they're not doing anything, you think. Tim Cook's doing anything at apple. No, no one who makes that much money. Actually does anything. He sitting there reading Auburn two four seven. Okay. That's what he's doing. He's like, I gotta get these recruiting tips in before people. Start emailing me about no Chinese terror of Sirois. No, right. Like our profits down. Whatever I got a follow up on this important defensive tackle. Smells on is. What matters most. Yeah. Right. He probably probably wakes up at five, and you know, what Tim cook does. He emails Gus. And he's like damn it. Gus what is wrong was wrong? Gotta give I said in my newsletter and Gus malzahn been up since four playing Mario Kart. Yeah. That's right trap since four on a boat deep sea fishing. That's right and playing Super Mario Ving playing super. Mario Kart on the switch because he's on vote Moseley is a big waste of time. Yeah. No. You know, what you're going to go to bed early. You get up early. That's fine. Right. You like, oh, I'm going to get more sleep. Cool. Go to bed at nine wake up at five play little red, Dan too. Okay. So basically act like act like a hyper productive and successful person. But actually, just you're shifting your schedule. So you can play more video. You gotta sneak productive. Yeah. Depending on what your job is. You can also frame this as executive time then. In in the residents. Call a little personal somebody asked you how you're doing physically. Be like there's never been a more fit me than me alternatively when somebody asks you how you're doing personally say got it coming out both ends, and they won't bother you. And you can play video games more. Yeah. Also, if you feel if you feel in the least guilty about this. You know, what you can do dead serious? Get you a cheap treadmill or exercise bike put it right there in front of the TV, totally serious. I've done this. It is use it in it. No, no. No, no, don't say. It's just there. It's exercise by osmosis as long as you don't like stack. Hoodies on it, and like use it as a coat Rak will assume you use it, and that's just the same as actually using it. That's true. The goal for Georgia Tech cash locks chosen team score more than sixteen versus Clemson in the season opener slash ACC network debut. Maybe stick to the video game. Goal. Now. That's good. You outscored Bama. That's a good goal. I think that's a goal for every team that plays glimpse in next year outscore Bama. They're losing their whole defensive line. What if they give up more than sixteen points in like every game? This wasn't hard. We look back like damn Louisville scored more than sixteen. I think that's a great goal for every time. I like this one from Jim Gordon on Twitter this combo personal goal. Start biting my nails. It's written as start. And that's fascinating. It's a chief -able is very cheerful. But like. As a habit. I dunno comes. So naturally to be like, I don't feel like you could just pick that up. You know, either have it or you don't. Yeah. You've you've had a long time to refine your technique in ingrain this in your mind as something that champions do. Oh, yeah. And have the kind of restraint where you're like. No, no, not going to buy them today. Lip these needed. Let these go a little bit. Sometimes sometimes you do go too far out you. No, no. This is one of my few actual bills. Yeah. Spencer hall, and I'll come bite your nails. Will we have an entire network of people who if how we're gonna get charity bowl? That's right if yeah just download the app. To bite your nails for you nibble to dot biz. Yes. Bins. Use the promo code Spencer four twenty Spitzer blaze it for twenty. Thing I found out this week our wolf stick sixty nine Twitter account is still active. Yes, they have not taken that away from us. Now. Jack and Nazis. Oh, yeah. 'cause Twitter's Twitter of roles incharge 'cause Twitter's all over the keeping it clean side of things Twitter has I had heard. Yeah. I see no reason to doubt also Jim wants to leave the ACC for the big east. I took a look at gyms account and couldn't figure out what team this refers to. So let's just say smiley, Hugh, my ended. No, that's that's reminiscent for the big east right Miami. Or Virginia Tech. Almost everyone. Actually, I actually would like that. If Miami went independent, but said they were rejoining the big east. I am. We are the biggies who is more eastern than Miami. If you went right now to like Miami, Pitt Syracuse Louisville West Virginia Boston College. Yeah. Hey, fellas we to get the band bags together. Don't they all say? Yeah. That was a lot more fun sometimes winning. I guess Syracuse would say no we've earned our place. We'll stay here. A dominant force in the ACC after they did that after like fifteen out of twenty of the last years. They have been in the gutter. In the wilderness. The worst part is Yukon would be like, hey, guys. What about us? They'd be like later flickers call. No you got to win your conference to make the playoffs. They need Yukon. Nobody needs you gone. Yeah. Man. You you you add you in there? That is nice that patter. I'm going. I'm thinking of Jason strat here. I mean think about why the big ten at at Rutgers was it to add all those TV's. Now. It's so you can score seventy points. That's right. And they've had nothing, but playoff success since them. Who'd you want man, you want somebody who has got a goal like. And I hope you do it. I'm being very serious. And I am thoroughly encouraging you to do this. And at one point, of course, take a branded selfie, you know, encouraging everyone to listen to the shutdown forecast while you're doing this you won't because you'll be really you'll be too busy like cubing sports Trink up over your handle bars to do this. Because. Although if you're able to do it while picking up sports drink over your handle bars that would be very on Brant in my opinion. D S Serik also known as the Alabama grammar Nazi hell, the title, sir. But you're p yourself. He wants to complete. Let's see the Chehade challenge the challenge. Which is I mispronouncing I'm sure but is a bike race around Anniston Alabama, which is pretty hilly a one hundred mile ten thousand feet of elevation change bike race. Esam ambition y'all e n s puke worthy. Yeah. Seriously, cordy and then for his team as the accomplishment fire, Matt Luke? Short sweet to the point. I like it funny. The focus is what I like here. Okay. I liked it off season goal. Right. I also like that you gave yourself one hard goal is bicycle race and won easy goal. Fire. The coach everyone aids. We want him fire. We want his ass outta here before football season begins. I think that means the public records are being rifled through right now. Wait, hold on it at a stable institution. Like, oh miss. How could such thing happen does? Matt Luke have the most quietly upsetting Spooner ISM name in FTS latte. Yeah. Yeah. Now, it's still it's still fat his Gerald. Is there? How much would own oldness fan pay me during the charity? Drive to dress up like a raccoon and go through Matt looks garbage. Let's find out. That's fine. I'll dress up like to nookie. Mario. And I'll go through Luke's garbage looking for anything incriminating. Like. His half and half. How about how about we just lease this out as a service, you singer, nuke Spencer, anywhere? So this is how we're gonna make charitable money happen problem is Matt loose gonna look out his window seed Spencer at Thanou key. Mario suit be like, well, guess we got a new mascot or whatever. Once they seem to be getting less and less racist. At least we breaking news. Sorry. We've now found out the land shark is racist.

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How I Cope with ADD - 502

The Chalene Show

45:23 min | 10 months ago

How I Cope with ADD - 502

"Fashioning my name is Shawn Talent from Ontario Canada. I discovered your podcast five years ago when I had made the decision at the age of thirty two finally quit smoking. Being after fifteen years of smoking I ran a replacement of that and will Iran. I listened to your podcasts. And they were just so inspirational `rational. I just couldn't wait for the next one. The next one the PODCAST that you've come out with the past five years at so many of them have been so close to my heart. I grew up with a mother that suffered depression and mental illness and I was the oldest of three so I took care of a younger siblings quite right often while my mum would disappear sometimes for hours at a time I moved out of the House fifteen so I got into a lot of trouble. I made a lot of bad choices. There was a lot of self destruction drugs. Alcohol sets the first twenty years of my life very dark. Therapy is huge and when you encourage people to seek therapy I couldn't agree with you more. It was an absolute life changer. For me they give you the tools to try to improve and it takes time but healing is possible. So I don't know where else to go with this aside from. Thank you so much for being who you are in for talking about the topics that you you do you are the bar dot com girl. Thank you I have. Add maybe you have add. Or as I I like to say maybe you live with someone who has the gift of attention deficit disorder. Maybe love someone who has attention deficit disorder in this episode. I'M GONNA share with view. Some of the ways that I learned to cope with it for forty five years before actually getting diagnosis. And I hope some of these things will help you or a loved one. Welcome to Selene. Show Jelena's a New York Times bestselling author celebrity fitness trainer in obsessed with helping. You Lick your tree life growing up. I was not a very a good student. I had a difficult time paying attention. All of the classic symptoms in struggles of someone with attention deficit disorder. Now when I was growing up and going into school it wasn't as common of diagnosis and it certainly was less so for girls once. Did have a formal diagnosis. My symptoms my experiences. It just seems so obvious that I had attention deficit disorder. He just didn't realize it if you listen to any of the previous episodes I've done on this topic. I should say this if you haven't I encourage you to go back and listen to those and I've placed links and quick descriptions of those in the show notes for quick reference for you because it is really important. You understand some things first of all that. There are seven different types of attention deficit disorder that really many experts believe. There's only the two types of attention deficit disorder which benefit from medication. The other five. The symptoms are often made worse and or its associated with so many other side effects from taking the medication because our brains work differently where we received blood flow and how our brains work are different depending on what type hype of attention deficit disorder. You haven't so I just want to start this episode off with a reminder that the most important organ you have in your body is your brain and it would seem prudent. That a doctor treating your brain would wanna look at the brain. I think all too often. We just allow Physicians Psychiatrists Chris to ask a few questions to assess just from the answers to your questions whether or not someone has attention deficit disorder. Frankly it's like asking a series of questions about what it is you can see and never really looking at the eye and being able to determine how far someone can see in how the eye works wchs and then just writing a prescription for your glasses or contacts like it's frankly no different and I think too many people suffer needlessly and make matters worse by over prescribing these medications to people who are highly addictive slightly obsessive or worse and they become addicted addicted to these medications then they struggle with other areas in their life and other areas that are either heightened or made worse by the medication then they become addicted to the medications and they tried to titrate up titrate down and change medications and it can really turn into a nightmare. If what I'm describing is you or a loved one. May I suggest that you actually treat with a physician. Who looks at the brain a brain specked which is different from a brain? MRI A brain specked S.. P. E. C. T.. And this is not an ad for the amen clinics or other great experts out there who do brain specs but that would be. My recommendation is to treat with a physician with a psychologist with neurologist with a specialty in looking at the brain in a specialty in really truly understanding attention deficit deficit disorder. Because you may be needlessly making the problem worse all right enough said. Let's move onto coping techniques. I'm going to offer I a tip and then I'm going to give you specific examples. My first hip is to stay focused on singular tasks mono task instead head of multitask. For whatever reason we celebrate the idea that people can and should be multitasking. The reality is no one multi tasks yet. Some people are better able to toggle back and forth between tasks if you have attention deficit disorder. This is really really challenging each time you toggle back and forth you have to then get your brain refocused into that area. You have to recall. Recall where it was you left off and you have to deal with the noise that you can feel the anxiety the pressure in your brain that's required each time you change focus. It's like it is incredibly hard for those of us with attention deficit disorder to toggle back and forth between tasks. Once I accepted the fact that it actually made me more more productive not to multitask. I became so much more productive I used to think. Well Gosh everybody else multitask. I'll get more done if I'm trying to do more more things at once. It's kind of how my brain works anyways it like bounces around and so it seemed like I was working with my brain to allow myself to bounce back and forth between tasks until I realized it was making me feel exhausted because you know each time your brain has to decide what to do with something whether whether that's to ignore piece of information or to reply to the text message that just came in order to turn the music down or sing along with the lyrics or listening on the conversation that's going on in the background ground all of these things that are happening simultaneously while you're working on something you brain has to do something with that information and the attention deficit disorder individual. They're struggling with all of these decisions. At once. Where someone without attention deficit disorder can block them out? Well we can't we. I really cannot so each time. You have to make a decision in other words what do I do with this information. It requires glucose in the brain. It's literally an energy process which is why it can feel so exhausting. The more distractions and the more often you have to toggle back and forth so stay focused singularly really on one task at a time and the only way to do this is to recognize that. It's your responsibility like this is your issue. This is how your brain brain works and it's up to you to protect. It is up to you to know how to set yourself up for success how to communicate this to other people how to organize your day how to organize denies yourself and specifically how to communicate to others what it is you need the more we remind people what it is we need the quicker they will become aware that you're able to better serve them. This is like family members coworkers etcetera by enabling you to do your best work doc for me personally my husband and I am sure you've listened to those previous episodes if not go back and listen to those. I've learned to communicate to him very honestly. I'm not able to process that information right now. I won't recall it and I can't give you a complete answer. Can't give it my full attention right now. Is that something that we can talk about later. Having those types of conversations with the people that you work with the people you live with V we love might feel selfish. It might feel like Gosh. Gosh I'm asking people to hold that thought or you know I'm asking people to treat me differently but let me explain this if you don't do that. And you know you're eighty if you you don't set up those boundaries and if you aren't clearly communicating the state that your mind is in in that moment and also doing that with candor and kindness like you can't be short tempered with people because they're able to multitask. You can't get angry with people that they don't understand the way your brain works like you. You can get angry about that because you have completely different brains. You're like literally from different planets so you have to be very polite and very kind and almost asking for forgiveness and explaining. I know that this is something. You probably need an answer from me right now but if you can just give me ten more minutes to complete this task then I can give you my undivided attention. Incheon not doing that in my opinion is far more damaging destructive and selfish because you know if you have. Add and and someone tries to have that conversation with you when your brain is someplace else or you're just in the middle of finishing something a thought a project cetera. You're a gonNA forget it be. You're going to be distracted. You're not going to be able to think clearly and then later you're either gonNA miss whatever it was. They said you're GONNA forget the deadline and you're going to have to ask them again later and that just creates more tension and frustration and it is often perceived as you not caring as as you being passive aggressive like I told you to go to the store and that we need diapers and the babies out of diapers. How could you have forgotten the diapers if feels personal when you forget those things when in fact we should've said is? I'm sorry. Can you wait to tell me what it is. You need for me to get from the storks. I need to write it down or I need to my phone or I need to be done with this text message or this post doing instagram. So that you have my undivided attention. In my next is to create structure discipline and structure equal freedom. Equal happiness for someone with attention deficit sit disorder as an entrepreneur. I can tell you that it's one of the toughest transitions to make. Start working for yourself or for or a someone with attention deficit disorder when when they graduate from college or graduate from High School even that structure is missing which is why people especially the kids with. Add do so well when they are in sports right because it's something physical it's very structured. There's a specific time. There's an order. There's a routine eighteen and those things make life much easier so you've got to create that same structure and routine and systematisation for for yourself. What specifically does that look like for me? It means using my phone as an alarm. Personally I use a few different tools as I use an APP called if this then that just kind of cool single too I f t t t if this then that. Yeah so it's an I f.. And then three TS. If this then that I F T T dot Com and it allows you to set up recipes so for example one recipe might be you click on the calendar or the time clock icon and you say if it is five. PM then do this us and then do this might be send me an email or might be send a text to my phone. I tend to use almost all reminders that are text messages. That just works best for me so I'll literally get a text message that says it's five. PM stop working. It's eight thirty. PM It's time to get prepped. And ready for tomorrow if I didn't have that text. Message Reminder. I'm sure that I would miss that window of opportunity to get myself ready for the next day eighty percent of the time because I can get engrossed engrossed in a program. I can get engrossed in work. I can get involved in a lot of things. Most of us with attention. Deficit Disorder have zero concept of time. We we can't tell if ten minutes have passed or an hour and a half and I know that sounds crazy but it's true that's why I rely on other UH techniques other methods to keep myself aware of what time it is. I've also resorted to buying these out. Put a link in the show notes to these tiny little battery operated clocks. I have them in almost every single room. I have a clock in every single room. I know it's on my phone but I don't always remember. Remember to look at the time on my phone. But if I'm getting notification either from text message or an APP that sending me notifications that it keeps me on track. I use an APP called relax melodies that sends me not just a reminder or notification my phone but it also has the option for me to listen to relaxing meditations before I go to bed but that really keeps me on track. Whatever it is you need on a daily basis? Like if there's something you're like I have I remember. Gosh I've got to get myself organized and I need to spend just an hour each day replying to instagram messages. or I need to spend you know an hour and a half each each day just focused on building my email list or building my business or getting the kids ready whenever it is like whatever it is that you are angry with yourself because five out of seven days you forget to do it then you must set a daily reminder that comes to your phone you would be shocked to know the number of things. I have setup to send text message reminders to me on my phone including call grandma including text the kids. I think my kids every single day but I get distracted so I literally have a reminder that comes to my phone that says text the kids because they don't live at home anymore. I get a text message update or reminder to check in with my husband and to tell him I love him. I know that might sound crazy. But I'm just being honest with you and and letting you know that if I don't do these things there's a very good chance that I will forget never feels good. Get distracted and I'll miss following through on something that's really important to me. Another example is and you can set reminders up to come in daily weekly Bi monthly. I have a list of of people are on a posted. No that's on the inside of my medicine cabinet and it's a list of people who are really important to me who I don't see on a regular basis but I just go down that list every day and I pick one new person I just. It's a reminder to me to connect with them because if I don't too much time impasses and I'm thinking about them but I've become distracted. I've forgotten to check in I use reminders for every important event birthdays. Even things I have upcoming on my calendar I always make certain to add reminders a week prior the day before and the day of the more structure and more systems. You have in place the more successful and the more confident. You're going to feel about your gift because I really do. Think that attention deficit disorder is. It's a gift you might feel like you're scattered but those of us who have this condition this gift. We can really get super involved in focused focused beyond belief which is really kind of the Oxymoron of add. Like if it's something you're crazy interested in hours and hours can pass. You can so focused in so deep into something that you can kind of blow other people away who lack the intensity when it comes to learning about things or studying things or the passion that you have for certain areas but because of that it's also really important that you create the freedom and the systems you need in place to do that and and that's why I had to learn myself to use a daily planner. This changed my life and I want to give credit where it is do I did. I did a workshop. A seminar attended with Brian. Tracy back in nineteen. Let's see nineteen ninety six ninety seven seven seven off to look that up any seven. Yeah I'm going to guess was ninety seven and I specifically went to the seminar to hear a bunch of personal development experts including Tony Robbins and billy blanks right. Those are the headlines that I was really interested in hearing from at the time. Obviously billy blinks because of TYPO HYPO and I had created this program called Turbo and there was a gentleman who spoke on the stage name was Brian Tracy and he was maybe the second or third speaker of the day and he very deliberately described how you could time block your day and how you could accomplish goals by. I writing them down and writing down your schedule each day and then figuring out what must be done today. Not all the things I'd like to do like what must get done today and then specifically how to start with that I in other words a concept that he referred to as eating the frog meaning if you do the most horrific disgusting thing I everything else feels like a breeze and you also got the most important thing done and out of the way which gives you this endorphin rush and fills fills you with confidence when you have something you have to do. And it's the biggest most important thing and you put it off it lingers in your sub conscious all day long all they long. It's a distraction until you get it done so by doing it. I you actually free your mind. Learning how to Time Block my day and to stick to it and then in conjunction without using my phone to keep me on track so I know it's ten o'clock it's time to start work up. It's three o'clock it's time to do fill in the blank like using time blocks and also my phone is reminder as an alarm changed everything I mean everything in my life changed. That's when like Oh gosh. I can't even tell you how much more productive how much more confident I felt. How much more success? I was able to enjoy by learning how to set these systems up so I started writing down my schedule every single day and I struggle with trying to find like the right day planner i. I use the Franklin Covey and and that got really big and bulky. 'cause it was like the whole year and and I didn't like carrying around I did. I did for many years and it was an incredible tool over the years I experimented with countless types of day planners and journals for a period of time especially when the I phoned I became like kind of you know that thing that we were all carrying around all the time I was like Oh cool. I don't have to use a written journal anymore. I'll just use an APP and I started using an APP APP called awesome note. I use that for many years. But as time evolved as the way we used our cell phones evolved. I found that my phone became more white noise like I was doing everything on it so I was forgetting to check my calendar calendar and then I looked into the research behind hand writing your daily plan and the process by which a forming each letter in your Own Handwriting not just like digitally but forming each and every letter and the reason why it makes such a difference is because of love neuro science when we create a plan in her own handwriting. Whether that's a schedule or a goal two things happen one is what's known As external storage and the second is referred to as encoding Nellis talk about external storage external storage. Let's kind of easy to explain. It's like the information that you've written down has a place it has location you've taken it externally from your brain input it or placed raced at somewhere where you have the ability to access and to review it later the no. The same is true. If you're struggling with a problem if you're trying to come up was solutions if you're trying to look at options that's why I always say take a pen to paper because you've gotta get that information external you've gotta get outside outside of your head and store it someplace and ideally you want to do that not on a digital device but on a piece of paper for the second reason which is called encoding now encoding is something that happens on a deeper biological level if you will as we write down the letters the words the numbers that represent our schedule or goal or a brainstorming that process of forming each and every letter is coating right. Like you are decoding if you will your ideas or thoughts and what your brain does is it. Stores that information in your hip campus. So that the hippocampus can analyze it. Now this is all done in kind of a subconscious level but it's there that decisions are made about what it is. We need to store in our long term memory in our short term remember in what just gets discarded so if I enter my schedule digitally with my thumbs into my phone. That doesn't have the same long term storage. It doesn't have the same power or encoding process. That happens when we actually take are hand. Inform the letters the words which is the answer to the question that people always ask me. Why don't you make a smart life? Push Journal APP and the answer is because yes. I don't see it as useful anymore. I don't want to encourage people to use their phone APP for scheduling and goal setting and brainstorming and assessing. What's going right and going wrong in your life? I don't want you to do that on your phone. Why because I know there's a far more effective way to do it in it's called in your own handwriting and that's why I created the smart life pusher? I created for me 'cause I've add. I created it for me because I looked at the neuroscience and I realized that that my own ability to keep myself structured and to accomplish my goals was slipping the more I was using then the way we are all using our iphone. The way that started to change. I couldn't figure out why is not as effective for me anymore. And it just makes sense study. After study of the neurology the neuroscience hands behind this process has made it very clear that you're going to get better results and be more likely to adhere to a schedule when it's put putting your own handwriting and that goes for goal setting brainstorming and your schedule my next tip for you is to be very careful about how you structure are your environment people with attention deficit disorder typically need as few or as minimal distractions as possible. That means you need to turn off the radio radio. Put Your phone on silent or airplane mode. Close additional windows and tabs if you work in a busy environment where. There's a lot of noise and a lot of distractions. Wear noise cancelling headphones man. Those things are a godsend. I love my bose noise. Cancelling headphones are amazing. And they really allow me to be be far more effective. Here's the other thing to do. When I have on noise canceling headphones other people know not to interrupt and distract me right? You're just less likely the two branly say something to someone or randomly. Ask a question and interrupt them if they have headphones on. Because you assume they're busy listening to something and that is really important because if you have attention deficit disorder and you're in the middle of a thought or in the middle of a project and you're interrupted even out of kindness kindness. Someone says to you. Hey what would you like to have for lunch today. And you're like right. In the middle of that thought process. The average person can say you know what sounds good to me as a chicken salad it or whatever but for you you'll freeze and your brain goes back and forth between what you're doing and what they're just ask them what you're doing they just asked. And then it's funny because maybe this sounds familiar to you. If this were to happen to me I'll go wait. Wait what did you just ask me. I asked what you would like for lunch. Okay Let me see okay. When is lunch whenever you want? Alright alright for lunch okay. So what are my options. My brain has such a hard time like coming out of what it is. I was in the middle of that. It's probably really frustrating. And annoying to someone who's like I just ask ask you what you want for freaking lunch. Why are you acting like this is a confusing question because it really is if you have a sort? It's really hard to toggle back and forth between topics so I'll just keep my headphones on and people tend to be a little bit more respective of the idea that you are in the middle of something and they'll say something like when you have a moment moment if someone says to me when you have a moment that's awesome. It allows me to finish my thought to get to a place where I can pick backup pretty easily. But that's up to you. You can't get angry or upset or get frustrated with other people because their brain doesn't work that way your brain does and it's up to you to set yourself up for success again so I use a smart life push journal. I do think it is the absolute ultimate tool for anyone who has attention deficit disorder order. It is very streamlined. Is Very simple to use some with attention deficit disorder designed it. I eat me and we've refined it and if if you've ever tried when the pass it just keeps getting better and better and better and you can check them out by going to push journal Dot com the really cool. We've got what colors for guys to and they're just really easy to use because they're not dated so like if you forget a couple of days because it's not like those days are wasted because they're dated. You actually write down the date that you're using it. Some people only use their day planners like Monday through Friday. So I want you to check those out out not just because I've created them but because if you're listening to this you either have. Add or you know someone who does and yes these planners work whether you have a business or not. They work if you're in college or high school like they just are a streamlined. Way To get your stuff together to keep your life organized all in one place thirty days at a time all right. My next tip is that you need physical triggers as well as like triggers on your phone like alarms etc.. Physical triggers. Triggers are a way for you to establish habits. Now Habits require a couple of things number one is a trigger like something usually a physical reminder that could be a space space or could be something that you see that. Remind you to do something once you think about doing this thing. You want to immediately in your brain tap into the reward you feel all for doing nothing. So for example myself I place my pushed journal across my sink and I do so because that is a physical reminder to me and I've attached that to a already existing habit so they had a brushing my teeth when I walk into the bathroom in the morning I brush my teeth. That's like the first thing I do. Is I brush my teeth but I can't brush my teeth. If my push journal is in the sink or laying across the sink so it's a reminder to me that like okay. I enjoy brushing my teeth. Brush my teeth. Just wait ten more minutes and just quickly detail out what your schedule looks like for the day and then you brush your teeth but I think about the reward I think about first of all how good I feel about myself for doing that. On the daily I also think about how much calmer and more organized used and detailed on going to feel when I have my schedule laid out or even just a few things off of my brain and onto my push journal and then I brush my teeth but the a physical trigger is seeing the push journal either in my sink or cross my sink. Another example of this was before we got one of those nest thermostats. It's you know that you can program Your House we're one of the old school thermostats and I couldn't remember every day to turn the air down like I like it frigid cold cold at night when we're sleeping but I would forget to adjust the air in the morning and then I'd go back into our bedroom sometime middle of the day and it doesn't need to be sixty six degrees. That's exactly how they like to sleep but it didn't need to be sixty six degrees. I didn't need air conditioning. Unit running all day and all night and I don't like the House that called during the day but every single day you think like just walking past the thermostat would be a reminder but it wasn't because that's normal. I expect to see a thermostat there so my brain doesn't do anything with that information. Shen so what I did to train myself. This is again before we got the nest. Is I put a bright neon colored sticky note over the thermostat that so that every time I walked past it I would go wait. That's not supposed to be there. Your brain needs to do something when it sees something in a place. That's not supposed to be there so so then I would like go. Oh yeah that's right. That's a reminder for me to adjust the thermostat and I did that for about three maybe four months. Certainly you've heard someone in the past say that only takes twenty one days to form a habit but the fact of the matter is there is no set number of days that's required or number of times you need to repeat it. It's the strength of a couple of things. The strength of your trigger and the strength of the reward for that reason some habits may take a little longer to form and some can be formed within in just a matter of days. If you've got the right trigger for me. I immediately every single day. I never forgot to turn the air back to a normal temperature but but I knew I needed to get into that physical habit of every time. I walked past the thermostat seeing the post it note now if I had removed the posted note after a week physically physically I hadn't formed that trigger yet so I kept it up for like three or four months until I I knew as I was approaching the thermostat even before I saw the posting I was already thinking about it. And that's how I knew okay. This habit is beginning to stick again. Some habits like the fact that my push journal goes across the sink like I do that because it's a good place to put it but now it's very much a habit so like even on the weekends when we travel. I don't always remember to put my journal across my sink. But I've done it for so long that I've now tied it to my habit of brushing my teeth so it's a habit my next tip suggestion for you is to use lists for everything attention deficit disorder. Individuals are easily distracted. So even though you may in your mind no exactly what you need to pack or what things need to go in your bag as you're leaving for work each morning or the things that you need to make certain get done before you produce your podcast or fill in the blank. You have these things that you do. Every single day are routinely and you know what they are and it's not the forgotten to do them oftentimes times. What happens is you're in the middle of doing that thing? And you get distracted. The average person can be packing for a trip. Get a text message. And they're fine but if you have a certain forms of attention deficit disorder. You can be packing for a trip. Get A tax message and you've just blown it now. You have completely forgotten what you've packed that text message. The person who rang your doorbell the vase that you knocked over created an interruption in your pattern and often results in you missing in an ingredient for getting to do something very important. That's why using a list for freaking. Everything is going to save you time frustration restauration and self doubt. You know it doesn't feel good to forget important things important details if feels horrible. I mean especially for kids kids man because they don't even know why they've forgotten and you feel like you're dumb you feel like am. I not intelligent wise. It everyone else can get this right A.. And I forget these important details or miss something. That's so obvious. It's unbelievable that I forgot this. And that is why you absolutely have got to live of by the list entrepreneurs and moms and dads. This is especially true for you. You need a list for absolutely everything that you're going going to do more than once. I have list for how to pack to a warm weather vacation or cold weather vacation. I have list for absolutely every single process process in our business from releasing a podcast planning an event creating a launch developing a free meal. Like every single thing that we've done more than once. There's there's a checklist for it. That's for me. It's also for my employees. But I've checklist for anything. You can think of related to life. I have checklist for homecare closet organization. I have a checklist for everything I need to get done at night for the next day including my clothes my makeup my food my push journal like everything. I have a list for freaking everything. I've been doing list making for years. But it's not just list making it's referring back to the list and making the list longer. Here's the deal. The longer I make the list the better I feel and the more likely I am to produce a successful result because I'm not going to forget a key ingredient the smallest of details. Go on my list. You can create this on an APP on your phone if you want or in created it on Google you WanNa create it someplace where you have access to it whether you a Wi fi or not. It's also great idea to print these lists for me when I'm packing or if I have a big event I print out every single less I need because I actually liked to again physically. Check those things off the list. It's a neurological response. Sponsor allows my brain to put in my hippocampus and start to work on it without even thinking about it. My next important tip for you is to remember member that you've gotta get organized. In order to stay organize the more organization you have in your life the better your brain will function a messy cluttered environment. Environment is the absolute worst environment for someone with. Add and ironically were usually the messier in the most disorganized so crater the system. In fact I'm going to place a link to my declutter project that they did last January depending on. You're listening to this and I want you to listen to that. Four part parts series. I think it's four parts of money even be longer than that to help you to understand. There's a process to getting organized and is not just deciding okay. We're GONNA get organized this week like. There's a process to do this so that you don't end up disorganized again later. An organization is the cornerstone to success if view of attention deficit disorder. Everything needs a place. A home that's one less thing you have to think about if there's clutter if there's things strewn about your house that don't belong where they are number one you're gonNA waste so much time and energy thinking about those things seeing them and and they're gonNA sit in the front of your brain as a distraction. They're going to distract you going to overwhelm you and you're gonNA wonder why it is. You can't start that health program or that business or doing the things you know you need to do is nearly impossible if there's clutter everywhere and you have attention deficit disorder. But I'll just bet. Ninety percent of the clutter is your doing so you need to create systems and then you have to stick to those systems your keys need to go in the exact same place every three single day. Your shoes need to not just be put on the floor. Wherever like they need to go back to their home everything goes back to its home? You must force. I used to do this and you must do it now. Those of us with add we tend to go okay. I don't want to think about that right now. I'm going to just take my clothes. Often throw them on the floor. Because I'm already excited about this next thing that I wanNA do. I'll come back and put those clothes away after I post this thing to instagram. No repeat this phrase do do it now do it. Now do it now. You can change the way your brain works. You can develop a new inner dialogue that keeps Hugh Accountable on track and organized. Do it now do it. Now do it now. I want you to repeat that phrase except when Dan you have an idea or that impulsive creativity strikes. You in which case I want you to say the opposite. I want you to say pause ause. Do I need to do this right now. Does it make sense for me to do this right now. Do I really need to do this right now. You see we can become very impulsive and we can say to ourselves like Oh gosh. I've got like ten minutes to get ready to leave for work but I just noticed that that the refrigerator hasn't been cleaned out in a week and I think I'll start that project right now. Now that I have like ten minutes left to go to work and our brains can start going like. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah I WANNA do this like I. I really want to do this. I'm really distracted by the sing. In which case I want you to stop yourself literally. You're gonNA pause and say. Does it make sense sense to do this right now. Not Now if you have attention deficit disorder. You can't expect the world to operate on your timeframe. You can't make excuses excuses. We have to be better. We have to take full. Responsibility is up to me to say. Do I need to do this now and I have to manage me. I'm an adult. I have to control my impulses and Sodhi you and I don't know if this is true for you but I found that one of the reasons and why was so impulsive and wanted to do things like right. Now I'm thinking about. It is because of my fear that I would forget to do it later so in my mind I was like. Oh this is really interesting and I'm drawn to it like I feel magnetically drawn to do this right now even though it is incredibly inappropriate based on everything else. I have to do so what they've learned instead to manage that impulse is. I'll just take a picture of whatever it is. I'll take a picture of it that allows my brain to relax and to not feel so compelled to do it in that moment or I place it in my push journal so that I can actually schedule the time a time block doc to give it the attention that needs by creating a pause. I'm also learning that things that feel really urgent in the moment if I pause and give myself time to write it down to push journal then later when I take a look at all the things I need to get done I'm I'm better able to discern which things actually are a priority in which things are just interesting to me. You see if you just act on your whims. uh-huh you're never going to get the important things done and then you never feel good about yourself if you have. Add because you're acting on your impulses as opposed to you what's truly important to you and the last two things I want to mention is number one sleep and then number two medications so first. Let's talk about sleep. Sleep is the brains superpower and you need to be able to focus when we are short on sleep when we are sleep deprived. The brain does not connect synapses in the same manner in which it does when you've had adequate sleep if you want your brain to function at a higher level. You've got to prioritize sleep and Stress Management Mint period and of subject. And that's really hard for those of us with. Add because our minds race were always thinking about cool creative new things we can do. We tend to want to stay up later later and the fact of the matter is you need to get addicted to sleep and get better sleep. Go to bed earlier you can wake up early but you need to go to bed earlier number A to medication. I think that a lot of people are on attention deficit medication attention deficit. Disorder Medication specially kids who perhaps are doing themselves suggest service as I mentioned at the beginning of this podcast. So I'm going to share with you what I do but please keep in mind that I've had a brain specht. My brain has been looked at. I'm under the supervision of the folks at the clinic. I have a form of. Add called inattentive ad. When I hear other people talk about how they feel on? Add Medication. I don't relate at all because I don't feel those things at all so it's really important to be aware like if you've ring of fire. Add He di. You're going to have and you go on any type of like adderall or Ritalin. It is not uncommon to have heightened anxiety the obsession suicidal thoughts compulsions depression and other symptoms. So again just I want to reiterate how important it is that you actually actually know what type of. Add you have before considering medication because what you might need to consider is supplementation. There are are ways to use brain supplements to improve the function of your mind and the medications you're taking may make it worse anyways again. I have inattentive. Add I use at all almost daily currently kind of waver between two different types of dosages depending on what they have to do that day depending on the amount of sleep that I've had and depending on how I'm feeling and what's going on so I either take five milligrams mid morning which is a pretty low dosage postage. It doesn't make me feel hyper doesn't make me feel anything doesn't make me feel anxious. I just feel as though I can focus better and on certain days take a time released tablet that releases it slowly over the course of a day and my time release capsule I think is a total of fifteen milligram. I'm so it's you know it's kind of slowly giving me the same effects of taking five milligrams throughout the day and I've had experiment with that at first that one would make me super focused again. I would never feel hyper. Unfortunately it never affected my my appetite. I know some people. I know that there's a trend in Hollywood. A lot of Hollywood types take at all because it helps them to suppress her appetite. I don't have any of those effects what I just don't feel different at all other than I find that I can focus better. I can think about things. People can share details with me and I can really pay attention much better but again. I don't think this is something view to play around with. I think you should work with an expert. I'm going to provide some of my favorite resources books on the subject of. Add and helping you to figure out what type perhaps you have. And I hope that this was helpful for you. If not for you for someone you love I think. Having attention deficit disorder has been a gift. I also think that it was a gift wbt that I didn't know I had until I was forty five because I had to figure out all these ways of coping and now that I know that I have it and I have all these systems in place it just it makes life so much easier dude systems. I am the Queen of routine. The Queen Hashtag Queen of routine. If you listen to this episode assode by the way thanks for leaving me a review. Thanks for double checking and making sure the year subscribed. If you're still trying to figure out what to get me as a A Christmas gift you have to. I'll tell you what you can do. You can steal your friends phone and subscribe them to the Sh- lean show and build your drive. And then send me a screen Sean. I stole my friends phone. Merry Christmas because sharing is caring. Listen I love you. I mean it and I'll talk to you soon. Hey this is Ashley. Sweeney registered DIETITIAN program director for. She leans one three one method. 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Are You Experiencing Burnout? | How to Spot It & Take Action | CarSmart Edition - 383

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Are You Experiencing Burnout? | How to Spot It & Take Action | CarSmart Edition - 383

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Thanks for being here thinks for sitting in the passenger seat today's Friday, which means this is a car smart edition of the Shaheen show. And I am so grateful that you're here today. We're talking about burnout into the Shu lien show Selena's a New York Times bestselling author celebrity fitness trainer in obsessed with helping you live your life. I so vividly. Remember, I remember what I felt I remember the months and months, maybe even a couple of years leading up to this moment. I was on a jog Br happened to be with me. I think I asked him to go with me because he does not like to run I like to run to clear my head. But on this particular day, I asked him to go for the run with me. And I just remember my breakdown. Like, I don't know if you've ever thought of something sad while you're exercising or started to like. Cry while you're exercising. But you literally feel like you're gasping for air like I had no oxygen because I was trying to explain to Brett that I was burnt out. I wasn't expecting my emotions take over our wouldn't have done it on a run. But just like when those words came out of my mouth. It was like this wave of emotion. We've all experienced burn out. Right. Maybe Evan admitted. It to yourself though. You see that's the problem with burnout. It's a struggle with our ego. The reason why most people hit burnout, frankly, think about that word out. It's like you've gone too long and the flame just burns out. It didn't have a chance to rest or you didn't take care of it. Like when you hit burn out. It's like it's too late. You forgot to put on the brakes, you forgot to use moderation one easiest ways that can think of this analogy is how I can get sometimes with food like I can try something. And I'm like, oh MG I need this every single day of my life. And then I will eat it every single day of my life until I can't stand it. I hate it. It sounds disgusting. I don't wanna try it. I don't want to eat it. It sounds unappealing. And I just don't want it. I almost hate. It's weird when you make that shift to like having resentment or hatred towards something that you once so loved and I can get that way with food. Right now. I just like every day. I want a salmon salad. It's been like over a year. I don't know if I'm going to feel that way. But this is my pattern. I'll I'll do that until I don't want anymore. But let's talk about more serious burnout burnout that we can feel when something that we once loved and enjoyed turns into something that feels like we're being held hostage. Something that we hate something that we've lost our passion for something that we once couldn't get enough of. And now it just feels like it has a grip on us. And we don't know how to escape it. And that's the thing about burnout burnout can make you feel like you are the hostage, but you're also the captor relic. So think about a hostage a hostage in order to escape they have to negotiate with or reaching agreement with their captor to be released. So it's this crazy thing that. Yeah. You're you're being held hostage. But you're being held hostage by you. So let's talk about first the signs of Burr. Out you start to question yourself. You start to doubt who you are as an individual. Because the ego is always fighting, especially with Vernet. We don't want to admit what's going on. Because it might mean that we are inadequate right? I call it like the super hero syndrome where your ego or your pride just refuses to accept that. You are overwhelmed and or tired people who are at greatest risk of. Oh, are the ones who refuse to acknowledge that they are those things that they're overwhelmed that they need help that they're tired. They're the person who you know, who I've talked about this quality before with someone will say, so she must spend a lot of stress, and you will say, no, I'm not because you don't feel it because you haven't allowed yourself to feel it. But your body has to do something with that energy. You know that stress that you feel so oftentimes stressful manifest itself in the form of. Of autoimmune diseases, gut issues asleep deprivation, lack of libido, a hormone imbalance like that physical manifestation can sometimes be the result of just you refusing to to acknowledge or to accept that. You're you're tired you're exhausted. You've had enough. Burn out is also really common for people who over estimate their capacity. They believe that they can handle more that it's a sign of weakness if they can't do as much as someone else. Like, I remember I still do this like even this week. I finished recording my audio book the one three one method. But when it was scheduled, and I talked about this with you when the studio time was scheduled for me to go in and record the audio version. It went on my calendar, and I had three eight hour days of recording. And I saw that one. Can I do eight hour days of recording my voice hold up for eight hours? And then I just figured well. You know, what if it's being scheduled by a studio that does this all the time for authors reading their audiobooks? Then this must be the norm. It must be that. Everyone else can do eight hour days back to back. So I guess I should expect that of myself. I didn't acknowledge that. I know me. I don't like to frigging anything for eight hours. Nothing. I don't have that kind of attention span and makes me feel empty. I lose energy, focus, passion, all those things. But yet denied that. Right. So I I over estimated my own capacity. I did the same thing when I filmed my very first infomercial, which was turbo jam. I think we had something like twelve workouts that I needed to film. And when it went to scheduling them, the producer that I was working with. She said, okay. So how many days in a row, can you film workout videos, and I thought to myself Kate usually have a really tough time doing workout VS. Because at that point. I was I had already been doing workout videos for instructors. So it was a program called turbo kick, which is by the way, still in existence beach body now owns the program. Turbo kick. It's featured in lots of health clubs. You can get certified in it. Just go to beach body live dot com. Anyways, every time. I did a video I felt really exhausted. And the next day. I would take the day off and not talk not use my voice and just use it to get myself restored. But here I was being asked about consumer video. So I said to the producer while what's normal. Wha- most people do and this particular producer had shot videos with Billy blanks, and she said, well, Billy went every single day for like an I can't remember how many days she says something like twenty days. I'm like, really she's like, yeah, he's like a machine and I said, oh, okay. Well, I think I could do I don't think I need a day off. I think you know, five days a week that would work for me. And I agreed to doing that. Because frankly, I was overestimating I should say my capacity, I didn't have the capacity mentally physically emotionally to do that. But I was comparing myself to what somebody else could do and my ego didn't allow me to say, I can't do that. And so what happened and what happens to us is we end up in a state of overwhelmed because we push it down, and we push it down. And we just keep going. But we lose passion for something. We lose our love for it, which then starts to build resentment. And it also distracts us, right? And then when we're distracted. We can't do good work. So we constantly stay in a state of doing does that make sense to you? Right. Where you're kind of, you know, pardon my French, but you're kind of half assing it all the time all day long instead of like kicking ass for four hours and then taking a break like those videos, those turbo jam videos. I really did have a mental breakdown at the end of it. And I shouldn't have enjoyed every single minute of them. It was such an honor. And it was such a frigging awesome. Experience. I didn't give myself the opportunity to feel that because I was trying to be superwoman. At the same time. We were running powder blue productions, which is our certification company. I was also designing and producing and selling a fitness apparel company. I was designing workouts for turbo jam Asari. Yeah. Turbo jam that was the consumer version, and then I was designing workouts for instructors turbo kick. Hip hop puzzle. Pyo all-star instructor training. I do all these things at once. And and everyone would say how are you doing it while you just seem so balanced in you know, how you just really keep it together. You've got it all figured out. So I didn't want to admit to myself that it was too much, and I wasn't sleeping. I was exercising. I was over exercising under eating all these things going on at once. And it just didn't want to admit to myself to anyone that I couldn't maintain it. I just kept like Norring all the signs and kept thinking that there was something wrong with me. And then he started having resentment for what it was. I was doing you see. And this is the thing that I want to warn you about that resembled the start to feel shouldn't be towards the thing that you're doing. I mean, if you once loved it. There's a reason why I love fitness. I love designing music and putting those workouts together and developing those workouts, and I love designing the clothes, and I love motivating people. I loved all of these things. I love the consumer videos. I loved having employee's. I loved writing, newsletters, I loved reading emails I loved all of these things, but it was all too much. So then they started hating all of it like hating all of it and thinking that maybe I should be doing something else. Maybe my calling was wasn't this. Maybe I was moving beyond it. So on that run to take it back to where we started on that Rome with bread. I just said I'm in prison. I feel like I've built a brick wall prison around myself, and I'm being held hostage. And I don't know how to get out, and I can't take it anymore. And I'm so overwhelmed and I'm exhausted. And I literally just broke down like just like a little temper tantrum. Just you know from zero to sixty I do that sometimes like, I'm so chill. And so even tempered it's really hard to give me mad. It's hard to get me stressed. It's hard to overwhelm me. But man, when I hit that wall lookout, she going crazy. She going cut someone like I lose. It thankfully, my husband. I lose it to the point where it's like, it's almost embarrassing when I think back on like, geez. It's not that big of a deal. Once you're on the other side of it. See when you're in it, it is that big of a deal, and you do feel like you're never going to get out. And you just hate your life. You hate what you're doing? And you can't. See anything else? And it's funny because it can be just that one little extra thing that is a straw that breaks the camel's back, and then you go from zero to sixty where it's just life. Couldn't be worse. You can't see the light at the end of the tunnel. And you throw a little temper tantrum or a major meltdown. And that's what I did. And luckily, I've got this. Awesome husband who was kind enough and fellas ladies U2.. If you're the kind of person likes to solve problems for people when someone hasn't major meltdown like that don't try to fix it on the spot. Do not just let him get it all out. And that's really what bread. Did he just let me like he's like, well, what do you love, and what don't you love, and what would be the right amount, and what would feel better, and what's too much, and what do you love doing? But you don't have enough time to do. And we really just like kinda worked through it all and we developed a plan that plan and how we did that was the catalyst for our program. Smart success, which is a guiding principle in their life. It's the. The priority clarity statement is what has allowed me to never go back. There allowed us to never go back there to have peace in my life. But let's talk about you. So burn out. How do you know if you're experiencing burnout? Have you started to ignore your body? Like what's going on with your health? Your sleep your happiness. It's funny when we're starting to experience burnout, do you know who we take it out on frigging everyone because we're really angry with ourselves and we're disappointed in ourselves. So it'll change your personality. That's one way to you know, that you're experiencing burnout because you're you feel like you're not yourself things that contribute to burn out is lack of structure, you know, having structured rest having structured time that you scheduled that you find rejuvenating, and I know a lot of people think this just scheduling vacation or a couple of days off. I think you need it for every day. Maybe that's just me. But I would burn out if I just went and went and went, and then I knew I had a vacation like three months from now. I don't need a vacation if I have a little bit of one every single day. Like right now, it's one o'clock, and I'm just driving into office probably could have been here at ten AM. But you know, what I needed to do things just for me this morning. So a mess. Around and social media. I did some things that are like fun for me and creative that probably don't relate to work. But you know, what they really do. Because it keeps me up keeps me lifted. It keeps me young keeps me silly and grounded and authentic and allows me to be who I am without getting caught up in what everybody else is doing. But you need structure for that. Because a lotta times. Like, let's say maybe what you're feeling right now is burn out from being a say at home mom, and it was the thing you dreamed about all your life was being a stay at home mom and being devoted to your kids, and maybe homeschooling. I don't know. But like if you're feeling burn out doing something you once loved whether it's staying home with your kids or running your own business working in the career that you have a lot of times, it is because you haven't learned to properly schedule yourself creek that structure that you really need you need a little mini vacation every day, and you can't feel guilty about that. Because what you should be feeling guilty about the way, you're snipping, and you know, taking it out lashing out at people that you love giving up on something that you once had so much passion for. You know, what's really exhausting when you know, you're not doing your best work that will wipe you out. Not doing what you love is exhausting. But before you decide whether or not you love it or not I want you to ask yourself. Did you once love it? Because if you once loved it, then it's just a matter of doing things differently or maybe in a different place or with a different company or in a different space or an different way. But something's got to change. It doesn't necessarily mean that thing has to change. But the way you're doing it how you're doing where you doing it when you're doing it that has to change. It's exhausting, and you're going to experience burnout, if you're not using your true strengths, or if the strengths that you once had for this thing that you love if those strengths are no longer serving you, right? Like, it's not working. Then you need new skills. Just a simple example as and I've talked about when I first started teaching fitness classes, and I lived in Michigan and frigging loved it. But then I moved out to southern California, and I was trying to teach here, and I just I couldn't get hired. And when I did finally get hired, and I'd gone through this like training program that they set up for people, which I was so embarrassed and humiliated to go through because I'm like, I don't understand. I've already got like five years of experience why would have to start back at the beginning. But during that time while I was, you know, trying to get hired trying to be a good instructor trying to, you know, do my thing. I really got pretty burnt out on teaching. I felt some burn out. And it's me. Early because I was trying to rely on my old skills, and it was defeating to see people leave my class. It was depressing. It was demoralizing to see that people didn't like my class in California the way they did in Michigan. So I started get Bernard teaching well, at least I thought it was getting burnt out on teaching. But really what I was experiencing. We're just feelings of frustration like powerlessness instead of looking at myself to try to see what I could do better where I needed help. What skills I needed to improve? I was just making excuses in saying fee like everything's different out here fitnesses so superficial. And like I was pointing fingers and placing the blame anywhere else. But on myself, I don't know how it happened. But I just had to be more aware of the fact that I I actually loved teaching. I didn't love the way. I was feeling. I knew I loved and. I had a passion for teaching. And how could I get that back, and it meant I needed to change my approach, I need a better skills. I just making excuses in pointing at other people and honor the fact that I did have a passion for this. And I needed to learn a new approach. So maybe that's you. I don't know. I hope that this episode shed some light on some of the signs and symptoms of burn out. What you can do to avoid burnout because it's a really terrible place to be like, it's the absolute worst thing that could ever happen to marriage. Don't let your marriage get to the point of burnt out because man is harder return from that. You can do it. But it really takes them faith in God and endurance ju don't let anything get to the point of burn out. If it's something you once loved don't get to that point. But if you have here's what you're gonna do pull out a pen and a piece of paper. Now, remember that this is about the twenty one minute, Mark. And I want you to even if you listen to the rest of podcasts, that's fine. But go back and restarted at about the twenty one don't forget that twenty one minute, Mark. So that you can answer these questions on paper as I ask them of you because when you get these thoughts out of your head and onto paper, you're going to have a plan in place to help you. Break out of that burn out here. The things I want you to answer. Did you once have loved for this and passion? Did you want some joy, it just write that down the infirmities? Yes. I once love this. I once had passion for this. I once believed in this. I once found joy in us. Okay. Then you should go further. If you never did if you never loved it will then you just need to make change. It's not burn out used don't love what you've been doing. You never did love what you've been doing. So just know the you deserve to do what you love in this life. You only get one life. Okay. But if you've answered yes to those questions if yes, you did at one point love this and had passion for it. Then what is it that you still love about it? What makes you happy? What makes you feel good? What makes you feel like your life has purpose? The you're doing the right thing that you're doing what you were meant to do. And what do you least love? What are you despise doing? What do you regret doing? What do you resent doing what sucks the life out of you? You know, it's a part of this thing. But it's the PC. You don't love write that down. What's the PC? You don't love what does the straw that broke the camel's back. Well, one thing that you add on what one more thing is it that may have been too much. Where do you need help? Where do you need more structure more accountability? A better plan. Is it in your day is in your overall direction your business plan? What it is you want for your family, your relationship, whatever it is wherever it is that you are feeling these feelings, how can you find more structure and create that because that's going to give you the freedom to enjoy it. Again. Do you have a daily planner? Are you using push journal? Do you need to learn that skill that habit? The only difference between you and anyone else that you would Meyer is that they've developed some of these habits, it's not their schooling. It's not their looks. It's not who they're married to or their age or any of that. It's habits. It's habits. So get serious about adopting whatever habit. It is that you're missing stop making excuses. Stop complaining about everybody else and thinking that this burnout as everyone else's fault. It's not look in the mirror. You are your captor. You. Hit real serious about this figure out where you need to improve where you need help where you can make changes because you have control over your entire life. Well, not everything, but you certainly have far more control than what most people realize most people are just in the ocean a boat without new ores just floating letting the waves crash them from side to side just surviving. And then there are those people who are the captain of their ship and they've already plotted their destination. And they know even if they get caught in a storm what they're going to do like, that's the life. You decide on where you wanna go and how you're going to get there. And how you're going to deal with those setbacks, but stop making excuses and stop blaming it on other people and start making a plan to change things that aren't working because you once loved this you once had passion for this. And you can get it back. I know you can. Thank you so much for listening to this edition. I love you. It means a lot to me that you are leaving these reviews. I have a couple I want to read to you that are like so awesome from this week. 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MICHAEL JAI WHITE GOT SHOT AND BECAME A BADASS - IMPAULSIVE EP. 92

Impaulsive with Logan Paul

1:37:27 hr | 1 year ago

MICHAEL JAI WHITE GOT SHOT AND BECAME A BADASS - IMPAULSIVE EP. 92

"I probably been in twelve shootouts all my I've been, I've been, I mean, I had a life ward as one is a lot, but twelve but that's when I didn't even think it was unusual bang to have gotten shot. That was what you've been John. What? Welcome back to the number one podcast in the world guys, listening, washing doing subscribing. You're not subscribe, you know, the drill the bun, I say it every time in about, and I say that and you don't do it. Like, what honestly fuck off dude? Have you heard the message you get it at this point? It's the number one podcast in the world of not making that up couldn't make that up now. Stats science analytics doing, I'm gonna man really today's today's going to be a quiet one. I don't I don't know if you guys can tell the person sitting to my left is not. Hey big Mike. I feel really close to you right now. He's touching. Yeah. Nice guys might not here. He he actually quit. I sort of it was like a mutual, like I'm firing you and he quit. I thought he went to Miami. He's fired the he wants to Miami because I fired him home. My you are not allowed back in the maverick Ouston. I am filing restraining order against you, bro. It's being bad. I love Mike loved, and it houses just been much more quiet. A lot less thoughts running around. It's been really good. You actually fire the man. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Non joking. I'm joking. I didn't fire Mike. He's miami. He's Miami being a degenerate as we know on a yacht with models and other famous people. Oh, he got a brand deal. I think wow. You got a brand deal. So he's really, he's really moving up, you sort of. So am I though, because the twenty percents? Yeah. We'll be sending you an invoice. What else he? What's he doing like Miami? Yeah. Probably something. He's he's not a yacht. Actually. Bella thorne. Is there to we just had on believe? Awesome. Mcbroom is there. There's a lot of people there. I saw stories going on. Hey, man. Have you ever have you ever thought about, like how dangerous it is to be to dope on your good? Oh, be to dope for like if you re two point where you're so cool, you're too cool and you hurt yourself because of. Yeah. Yeah, I'm approaching there. So I haven't given it too much thought you are close. I'm not I'm asking. Because when I was in Ohio, Jake Jake's, videography blue Andrew blue. He he's, he's a super guy. In fact, he's to Dobies to for his own good. He was that guy who goes like bottles. And everyone's amount that the club and he's like the life of the party type guy and he kept doing that so much into himself. You know, at the end of the night he's path. He's the guy that's passed out in the middle of the party to dope to delve for your own good, because when he was being the life of the party and. He was that guy. Also. Wow. So, so cool. So cool guy that is doing that making everyone laugh and smile. And then the other night, I was like shit like you really outdid yourself. This guy does that happen to you. No, I'm really good handling, my alcohol, even like even when I'm like hammered. You'd never know what's, what's your secret to doing that. Some people just don't have. It's a mental game. You know this where you I'm sure you're probably saying, like, my mental is so strong. No hall is going to get in there. And tell me what I do when I used to drink in, I got to that level like I never I could handle my uncle very well, you're right. And when I would drink back in the day, I just had this mode where it's like you gotta get to somewhere safe. Oh, and I would just say, yes. You have to save. Look, as life or death me, bro it when I when I'm like that. I always have to. I brush my teeth take my shoes off. Like I'm never the guy that comes home and just passes out on the bed fully clothed, with face-down really did you happen. Really? Yeah. No bropher. Some reason, my teeth are always brushed. My socks are always off. And I'm under the covers tuck nice and neat away. That's good. But I will advocate like don't drink ever. I'm not drinking. I'm done drinking for not for good forever forever. And someone's some just doesn't feel I mean this time, I'm really on a binge a cleanser now, also gluten free gotta protect my vocal chords, headed to Sweden to make music for two weeks. So. All right, good. You'll catch me on actually finally charts. You're gonna finally release a music. No, I'm just recording. It it's gonna be a while. Sorry. I'm blue Boeing everyone somebody Mike is probably experiencing right now. I want to use our guys y'all today's a big one for me. This is fucking awesome. Our guest today is our. I can definitely kick my ass. He's a black belt in eight martial arts. And the true movie star you've seen him in the dark Knight. Why did I get married never back down to? And he is spun, ladies and gentlemen. Michael J white. I can't believe this is fucking awesome. Nice to meet you. Thank you for coming on. Oh, yeah. If at any moment you wanna beat his ass. You have full permission. Oh, I mean. I saw love here, man. You know, hey, you right down the street from me. I didn't know that. We're like neighbor. Yeah. So this is good. It's, it's a place to live, man. And you got a family now, correct? Absolutely. Got families. A nice family, family neighborhood. But it's you're right. It is all love here in most of your movies, like I see pretty intense and kicking ass. And I'm never sure, what to expect when the person walks in here, but you're all smiles, and positively. Yeah, that's the real me. Hate to kill it for you. Fastest my personality that, you know, I mean I go from here to here, like we okay? We got that edginess, but does that come from somewhere like are you channeling? Oh, you grew up in Brooklyn kangaroo up, in Brooklyn in Bridgeport, Connecticut. So I've been on loans is fourteen. I had a whole lot of like adversity, but I love it because that's what makes me appreciate life where I am now. Yeah. So that's where the smiles coming from. These smiles was were not there like the first half of my life. When was that switch? Man. When I realized, I was, I was chasing my dream and I you know, if you chasing your dream, if you want us people lucky enough to follow, what, what's in your heart. You already one, you know. So it's like a that, that whole, you know, the journey thing. Yeah, it is really about that. So when I knew already one because I'm doing what I wanna do it didn't matter if it happened for me, not I was I was following, you know, I basically have my hand on stern will my life. So that's when everything changed because I mean, like I say it was a gift was named Roberto beneath. He did that life is beautiful movie longtime ago, I'm old, but he said he had the gift of poverty, and I really think of it as a gift because I mean, where I had to come from my goodness, man, I, I remember when I had problems, and so now my kids still can attest that they've never even seen me angry because he Lee really because what do I had to be angry about if I'm if I'm complaining about my problems now I should be slapped. Dan, you understand? I remember having serious problems those problems, I probably been in twelve shootouts low my, I've been I mean, I had a life one as one is a lot, but twelve but that's one, I didn't even think it was unusual bang to have gotten shot that was like what you've been John. What? Yeah. There where did you get shot? Well, in, in Brooklyn, don't get in arm in the hips. He's. But, you know, it's like I'm saying, like, you know, I came from a place where life was really hard. And if you if you care to ethic, you know. You know, these the character developing our times in your life. This makes you if you know where to put him it just it there's such they're so valuable like you know, checked in the. But I mean when demand you've you becoming and it's like you wouldn't have that you didn't make the misteps chat. Yeah. There's some people never learn from it, and they never evolve. So you know what a blessing that you have a misstep so you can evolve and become better, very now, you're tested, or you just posted this on your Twitter, actually, which I think relates to this, what is the feet, nothing but education, nothing but the first step to something better absolutely. I was just going to say. So when you were going through when, when you were in your impoverished times, where life may have not been so easy. How did you find the strength within you to get out of that or have the drive to get out of that? Because now you're absolutely right. Like, I feel the same way I don't have much to complain about you used the analogy of hand life on hand on the steering wheel of life. I, I like to say, like I feel like I've always sort of puppeteer d- my life, and it's easy to look back and say right now I don't have much to complain about. But back in the day, did you find yourself complaining why me why me why me or what was your mentality during that time? Well, I mean, largely I didn't know was that unusual. Okay. You know until like later. Sometimes, like it'd been times where I remember, you know, being out here, chasing the Hollywood thing and. An ogre friend, went back east with me. And we, you know, palled around with some of my, my old friend, and she thought like, oh, you guys are pulling my leg that didn't really happen. There was like, no, it did this is like, you know, we're for we would have these, these stories, but that was just like I mean, it was a remember one time, there was a, you know, make sure, but it was like I was hanging around a lot of hood type cats and I had a lot of fire me had a lot of anger. And this, this is one of the things that when point out a lot of the most violent folks, I grew up of most violent people. You know, they basically they're, they're protecting themselves from their since it of nature, basically, it's what you do is if you feel a great deal about. If you're emotional person, and you're growing up in a harsh reality, what you, do you protect yourself you'd be. It's just like armor, you create armor. And so that Rah this, you know, this fighting the lifting ways all the hardening myself became the armor because deep down. I was a sensitive person who loved the hell out of things you know. You know, my brother who was an engineer was completely the opposite. Just everything rolled off his bag, but everything affected me. Just like I later played Mike Tyson who was very much like me. And you think about somebody like Mike Tyson, one most brute brutal PB, everyone see, but he's the first guy to go to tears in an interview. Yeah. You know what I mean? That's that's two sides of the same coin. And so a lot of people grow up. Thinking, oh, you know, taking a, Monica of, you know, I am a warrior, I'm killer. I'm this and that, but deep down. They feel so strongly this misplaced love. That's why you see gangsters like die for the street. Yeah. Die for their hood, die for their homeboy that, that little because they have so much love it. You know what to do with it? And so that is that's the that's the nature of somebody sensitive. That's why a lot of these violent people like myself artists deep down by new find out who you really are. And so when I learned this is who I am it before I was an actor. I was I was schoolteacher and start teaching and she has a lot like me. So I've been on my own since I was fourteen. So the, so I experienced a whole lot of crazy when I look back at for sure stuff that you see them movies. Luckily, I can dip into that too. To recreate for my art, but yeah, I just started to realize just seeing some of the right images at the right time that there was another way. There was another way. There was another. I saw as black family moving into this house is attractive couple. One time I was I was leaving a gang fight. I was on my bike and Brooklyn. Well, this is in Bridgeport Connecticut, which was worse than book. We got into fight I was about fifteen cops came I was on a bike dodge in trying to get outta. There are found myself in a neighborhood. I'd never seen even know. It was wrong. It was beautiful houses, like built run a lake in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Is that actually called Lakeview? And I saw this young black couple moving into this house, and I was like, perplexed from that moment on the I wanted to be just like those people, I realize at that moment that, that's why I'm so angry. I haven't seen his image and from that moment on, I wanna to be like them. But the day before that, I wanted to be like this dude named Brett who had machine guns in his car, and had all the respect in hood him. So you didn't have the family dynamic to look up to how what was your family dynamic, like, well, it was single fam- single, mom. You know, it's like, very, very common where I was from actually, you know, it's, it's one of those things, you know, people learn how to blame their, their family. Yeah. And their fathers as bullshit, I, I like to say, you know, I had a preconceived pre existing condition because I was nothing like my. Brother. Right. This was who I am. I blame my father and everybody's going to agree with me. Nobody's gonna tell me I'm wrong. But that's what we learn. How to scapegoat. We learn how to blame things that other people are going to respect you say, yeah. Yeah. You're right. Yeah. But the fact is, I was the way I am. You know, I was, you know, I acted out, you know, my mom's. See, you know, wasn't Ozzie and Harriet. But like, you know, I learned that, hey, it's, it's, it's, it's a me thing, eventually saw the right? Like I said, I saw the right images at the right time. And I said, oh, wait a minute. That's why I'm so angry. This is what I want to become. And so I mean, what you know, I'm like one of the most luckiest people on the planet because those, those images came along, right? At the right. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Sounds like a extreme timing thing. I want I want to ask that facade of armor, that you were talking about, is that bad, is that a bad thing to have or there like a, a message. Maybe you're trying to spread to not do that. Or was that necessary? I want people to understand themselves, just like when I when I was teaching school when I was teaching MD mostly disturbed, children, very much like me. A lot of them didn't understand their nature. Like I didn't understand mine. So, yeah, I, I loved to fight at the time. It was my you know, as my just had to have that outlet. Interesting. I he's Paul. And he's Dave and together, we say, that's because we're from the podcast don't say with Paul and Dave actually just don't say because we don't say. Don't say with Poland days, so it's the name don't say with Paulin don't say with Paulin Dave. Oh, yeah. Yep. People don't like it. So tune in to Paul and Dave to not hear the word. All right. Did you know like where you taking martial art classes? But I didn't take it for the great reasons. I took it because I want to get in trouble fight for fighting. Know he's a fight grown men, like you know, fourteen fifteen I stop growing thirteen as this height. No, you're lying. No. Joe? I was I was this height. I had deep voice. Yeah. So it was like I got away with a whole lot. I was dating grown women. I was like fourteen fifteen now that works. Yeah. Not really. I know guy. I know. It reminds me of one of my favorite quotes is, it's better to be a warrior in a garden and a guard Gardner during a war. Yes. Exactly. And that's what your story reminds me of use seem to have translated that warrior into being able to, to operate and function in a garden. Yeah. It's like it's like a that, that edge. That's, that's it's like a fire in fire could cook the food, our burn house. Now you've just got to know what to do with the it. But I think I think you're blessed to have that fire, you, you're blessed to have that passion, but, like in an arena in an environment where that humility, and that, that feeling is deemed a week quality. Yeah, it doesn't number on the psyche it because, you know, I mean I could fight anybody to the nail, and then go to tears because there's a is a an abandoned dog somewhere. You know what I mean? I'm feeding squirrels and I'm supposed to be. Beat as hard as do. But like. Do you know it's like I say as part of the same human being? That's who I was. I'm I'm the art, you know, I've been this artist all my life to, you know, when I found out really this is what I'm supposed to do. You know, then everything changed. I found basically, you know what they say, you know, we throw all these Sang's Mark Twain's as two most important days is the day. You're born in the day, you find out why. Fucking awesome. But now yeah. But the find out why man and you know what you're supposed to be doing. Better than. Yeah. There's a lot of people that really struggle with that in not only do they struggle. They beat themselves up because they don't know why they're live. So how can I was gonna say, especially today like me and everything? I think that's why. Exaggerating here. Everyone's depressed because they are share of their purpose or don't feel fulfilled because they have not found it yet, and they see a lot of comparison. Social media is like toxic for that. Yeah. Yeah. It's, it's people it's hard to develop. Now, you're, you're you gotta get around your own influences. And sometimes it's like even your own peer group in when you're doing what you're supposed to just like in the hood, I'm supposed to be against her. That's supposed represent good in, if you come from the well, you questioning are you being? Depressed is commonplace. So that is a choice now. That's one of the things when you're under angst in, you're, you're, you're very impressionable. That's one of the boxes you check. Are you depressed? Yeah. I'm there's it's, it's now people become so sophisticated. Sometimes. All of that knowledge can kinda hinder your growth. But it's all, you know, all around. It's, it's. It's, it's going to be an evolution but yeah, your age group has a lot of distractions. Well, I've, I've talked about this before this is kind of a touchy subject, what, like, especially with the Prussian and any sort of mental disorder. It's tough now because people who may be feel like sad for a couple of days in a row because, you know, their high school, and they broke up with their, their partner are now depressed because they see it on social media because you do have very, courageous celebrity social media stars opening them about true, by the way clinical depression. And now it's I think it's the I think it's the go-to, and I, I think hopefully, we can grow out of that. And people can adopt the mindset that you had where it's like you can choose to live in what you've been bred to believe, and firms, or you can say, like okay, like my dad may have not may not have been there for me, but I'm not gonna blame everything on him now it's time to take life into my own. Yeah. Because when you when you have the. Your peer groups. Yeah. You tend to agree with you set you, you talk about the low hanging fruit and the things that it will gain acceptance in a in a crowded room. People had to have the courage to be that voice of dissension in the room. You gotta really find out who you are, and the early you do that. And the more a love when you're, you're doing things where your greatest thing that you're so honest, and in, if people, follow you, and they hope they grasp, what it, what is special about you, is that honesty, thanks and to be that honest with themselves, because, like I say, it's really difficult now, like like okay say, my, my father was a ladies man, right? And if I was a ladies man, and I told everybody. Yeah, I'm ladies man. But my father was, oh, that's acceptable. Now, if I you know, I say, well, I I'm a one woman, man, because my father was a ladies man, that would be acceptable as well. Right. So just that. Assessing assigning blame is just. We become black belts in that, you know, people just do it, it's just I just want to encourage people not to go for low hanging fruit not to go for that easy thing. And just okay because a lot of times once you assess the blame you feel like all the work is done. Yeah. Yeah, it's not done. Go further. Think about it's great. That would be part of the palate, but continue, just think about okay, what am I doing what how much blame do I deserve? How complicit m I in it, and your friends be that for them as well. Because I mean, hey man, your friendships some important relationships you'll ever have? You know, put that time in don't, don't let your friend. Appease himself by the low hanging fruit yet. So you, you had a whole extensive, Hollywood career, and I'm curious to see how you got into that. But this was a big one for you spawn. Spawn this, this, this, this, and I wanna talk a little bit about this. Now this came about, and what point in your career was this was this attorney point for you. Yeah. Yeah. I mean before that was a movie the Mike Tyson story. Yes. Okay. So that's that's really kinda which actually put me to think on. Yeah. You play my guys and you met you, you men like kinda Dopp did Tyson's character. Correct, like us in prison when I was doing to move, but, but I had a few phone conversations with him while he was way was in is that the because we talked to Jordan Belfort the Wall Street, he had spent an extensive amount of time with Leo was did you get that religion? Like, did you go to prison and? Hang out with Tyson. No because in all honesty. You know what's my ties on tell me, he's going to tell me how, you know, he's going to he's gloss over things in a certain way you know, it's not like me. Eight Tyson's you know, he's. I felt like I understood him because a lot of lot about me was similar there. No. Yeah. That rage thing. I mean I was really playing myself. You know. It was so many pictures here. Have you just Thais it? Right. Right. I mean, that's, but that's acting in general, right? You bring yourself to character. Well, you know, you, you find out what characteristics that you have this like him and it's the stanching the similarities that we had because I was a karate champion early on. And, and when you were a kid, and you're given this power, this, the power of pugilists is it, it, it overrides, any other celebrity part, proud power. Let's like if you had a room full of dignitaries, political, you got Obama. You got you know, the Niro and all this stuff and then Tyson walks in the room everybody's looking at him. Yeah. Because in a male dominated society, this worship of pugilist like kind of rain supreme. And that's a twisted thing to give to a youngster. And so when I'm doing martial arts and a lot of times with martial arts people's imaginations, get carried away, and they go, you know, it's like it's kind of like a man thing that like in a crowded room and somebody goes that guy's most dangerous person. Everybody goes yet. It's this weird thing and it's like, luckily I went to my asshole phase early. Like I remember times where IBM a room when people didn't know I won this championship or not, and not segue like quite bullshit ish into like you know. Speaking of colleague greens when I won the Jenner. Oh, yeah. Transition over time the these, these asshole, segues, because I was used to this attention, you know, like I say, these misteps make you kinda go shit. I'm I am an asshole right now. And you kind of go rhino told, you know, I mean just I heard myself he will tell me that sometimes it's as it's a, it's a benefit. Somebody has the truth if they're going to be honest enough to tell you that we'll also also like are you in the ass? Oh, Facebook me. No, I pass them. I also like fuck Barham at like, I'm a nice guy. But when I got to be an asshole going to be an asshole, I think the asshole phase is. Like you said it's over. I think it comes out if someone really messes up, like like messed up. A couple of times. But you weren't really nasl even you'd have to extensively mess. Yeah. Like out. I think Mike is the only one who probably gets that you could really push my buds that guy. Here where, you know, you're, you're, you're real sensitive cat man. It's like it's like you beat yourself up me. Yeah. You. But that, that, that's cool. That's cool break into. Yeah. It's a certain point where people kind of get you for your sensitivity and in, how do you see that with Logan in particular? We have. We have a daughter, right? He's trying to three wondering how would he know other than like maybe his daughters watch like Jake respect is that is that true or my? Being exaggerated here. You just read energy Bill kill you right now. Everything is that true. Like, how would have you seen any of my stuff? Oh my daughter's. No. You go. Yeah. When was this talk to me about the, you know, she's waited on you and there's a grocery store that she works at one day you came in there. What all the peanut butter and jelly, remember. Yeah. Hi, cool. Yeah. Did. She check us out like that. Checked, you out checks. You. Like. Check wasn't a. Jay white, I would never disrespect you or your family. Especially that's what I'm saying over sensitivity. On. Hey, you got any sons? Yeah, that's cool. When you come home with, like a boy has happened yet shit, but. Hate to be mean you have to be. Sound just like could kill you really don't have to because I mean she's kind of tough anyway he is. She basically comes on with guys that she has on a leash. O-. She's no joke. She's like, are they released there? You do this now. Because. Hanging by my daughter's nine man. They're no joke. Have you ever had to? Dig into a guy who's disrespected your daughter, like you haven't had to. I think they're they're kind of well trained. They got good. I yeah. In euro. That's just going to destroy people. Oh Assan the door a daughter. She she's like feisty like that. Yeah, yeah. She's she's testing for black belt soon too. Damn. Hey, then a left hook on her of a real year. Did you? How did you box by the way, shot, I'll Milton for making this happen. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That's my box coach. He's you're the second guess he's brought on. I'm not. Really sure. How you doing mill? Puerto rican. He says about ever he really does. Peanut butter and jelly. We ask. Why says, I'm Puerto Rican. Oh, by the way, the peanut butter and jelly, we put all over my body, and I went to a dog park and two dogs dogs looked me store for another day. Really? Okay. Can you imagine the cops roll up and I'm like literally fully I've Pete a bunch. A bunch. It was weird. I, I told the cops is not my proudest moment, like I definitely hate myself. But please, like I'm sorry for wasting your time. Anyways, anyway. You are a black belt in eight martial arts. What, what are those exactly take a deep breath on this? When it's kill cushion showed a con taekwondo tongue pseudo go do show, Karoo. Did I say? Kobdo. Sounds like damn menu. All I mean that's a lot men. So like, well, how do you decide? What? Like how many disciplines can you learn before it's too many? Or have you ever mastered one to the fourth fifth degree black belt type? For me is like, oh, always trying to pick things that were very different like I do wish you and all. Yeah. As I very flowery. Very like. It's hard. It's the hardest one to learn just like Ballet's harder than Garate. You know, because I mean, you know, my size doing all the split -i, you know extension allies hard, it's hard. So to be for, for me for my size, do means everything else is easy. So there's a there's a benefit with every martial-arts who you doing? I actually started would you jitsu but there's a benefit to each one, but I look at it like in life. I never look at any thing from one perspective. You know, you just you got you got this now go do this and, you know. Keeps you humble because, you know, you got you put on a black belt over here, you put on the white belt over here. Now you gotta be humble again, you gotta, you gotta learn so in the great greatest thing about martial arts, is overcoming obstacles, that's what it's all about in life. So if I trained myself overcome obstacles, then, you know, I'm training that from the inside the muscular, the, the, you know, the effectiveness that the dangerous stuff is, as a result of what I'm doing from the inside a lot of people look at OU kick ass. Well, it's, it's more so. The intention, my inclination or my mindset to go through. You is much more dangerous than techniques, themselves GM saying, yeah. So it's about that, that work ethic that it trains. So if I have to get a third job to feed my family it's about my discipline, you know. So that's the, that's the benefit of martial-arts, not just the kicked people in head. Yeah. It's about. Should be tantamount to like the navy seals. We're just talking about this yesterday about this. Like, how do you is there a correct way to transition that into your kids? Like we're trying to figure out if it's okay to spank your kids. Yeah. Is martial arts or putting them through those kind of things a better route. I love it. I think is great because as individuals it's not like a team effort. Right. You know you you get success in basketball teams because the effort of team. Yeah. But, like say track and martial arts. That's because they, you know, one day you can't you can't touch your toes and Nick years later. You're splitting your you're doing splits. But that's how are you? Oh, yeah. I was like you split guy. So, so, yeah. Yes. So it's about that, just like the belt levels, you're overcoming things. And even though, of course, it's the distraction is let your bad ass, but it's about really what you're putting into it. Did you did you do? Boxing. 'cause I'm curious why you chose like martial arts instead of boxing. When I was younger, I did box, okay? Okay. You did following a lot of that at the same time I a lot at the same time, like I'm luckiest people in the plant, 'cause I trained with, like the best boxers in the world. Gotcha. Yeah. Best trainers, Freddie Roach, Joe Johnson, Tommy Hearns. My best friend is Frankie Lyles. He was super middleweight champion WB super ROY champion for like five years straight. So, and I did all his his boxing camp. So I was like, really infused in boxing. And that's how I got to know Mike Tyson 'cause he, he was a stablemate of Mike Tyson. Gotcha. Yeah. So why didn't you pursue a career in combat sports because I mean like you're a big fucking dude man, like if you were thrown in the UFC. How do you think you would do very well, really? Very well. 'cause like you're not out here with the facade of, of fighting knowledge you've been doing it. Your whole life. Yeah. Yeah. I mean the only the only thing that would be the unknown with me. You will see wise is a bit of wrestling. No, I wrestled in college. But is it's how well my chin would hold. I mean I I've, I've been you know, I've always been pretty good with taking shots. But. But. I basically I was a very gifted fighter. Gotcha. And but in never was I mean, I always like to test myself, there was somebody who wanna championship somewhere. I would fly to train with that person to this day, I go to train with every great fighter that I possibly can. And like I say, I'm very lucky like all the train, with, like probably some of the best people like you know, gonna Bill Wallace who's one of my instructors train with him since I was seventeen he was the best kicker ever. And been your kicks her fucking insane, bro. Thanks look. I have this clip here. This is you fighting kimbro. This is literally one of my favorite fight scenes of all time brings, please don't cover. Romy. Right here. But. I've trained with some great folks, and there's one moment in there that I gotta give thanks to Billy blanks of. All right. Billy blanks. He you know, he is right. Tai-bo guy. You know, I have go really Blank's Google, I'm a millennial this guy. Yeah. You know, the typo American guru. Yeah. So we used to we used to have sparring on Saturdays. And so, so Billy was a point system fighter. Okay. And so I would go and train point system with them. Right. And one kind of like a game tag, almost like fencing. And so he was like the world champion in that. And so, I would always like I don't care who you a great west wrestler. I'm going to go at you with wrestling, like so we're Billy, we would do this game tag thing. Right. And one time. Because it's trying China out speed each other. One time my feet came together. And I was trying to see if I can get away from his lead punch, and he he's, he faked it any sweat me. Right. My, my legs aero. But while I'm in air, he back fist me before I landed. That's right. And awesome. And I, I cheered it was so cool. Right that I put it in that fight scene. It was this one. Is this here? Coming up right here this fan. I mean Billy didn't do that. I kind of added some spinning sweet. But because of Billy sweat my feet out. And then, you know did a back fist before land is like I loved it in. It's like you learning things. Yeah. So I mean, I've over years like I'm trying to been trying to get to train with John Jones and people like that it's like I love this stuff, and I don't mind if I got, you know, best in it or is not about the ego. It's about the experience. Have you have you trained with John not yet? I actually would go down to I was going down to Jackson winkle, John everyday that Zeh, you know, he's gonna come this day or whatever, and we're talking in between each other. And I know you just never showed up. That's interesting. Yeah. I think that dude I think he's the best fighter enter the UFC. He is. He's gotten better. He's actually gotten better. He he, he does. Like I really have broken. Him his style down a lot of sound like I'm Pat myself back or anything, but a lot of people I when I saw him they thought we trained together because we have this unusual type of movement as why always wanted to Spar with this guy. He, he has a kind of an until graph type of, of move. And there's kind of a style. I look at it as I consider it cheating in your, your direct to the point. Yeah. And he has, and he re he realized himself in, in movement. He and Conor McGregor as few people who know how to line themselves during movement. And I, I think I wanna know does he realize he's doing that China? I think he's a natural athlete. Well, I mean, he, he is, you know, his brothers are all yes saying, right? What? Yeah. NFL I think. I think things that I'm not sure if I mean, the, there's stuff that I'm, I'm, I'm a martial art nerd and you probably superlight technical about everything. Right. You're studying like a test. Yeah. In certain footwork things that I kind of wonder if he's on top of the got I love, I love the John John. We know he watches this podcast. John, can you give Michael J watt a chance, please? We know you're watching like it's scribe before it'd be so much. So why didn't you pursue a career in? Combat sports not worth. It is just this is not worth their right now. I mean I mean, I feel like I have a kinship with them with Joe Rogan to some degree. We're both martial art nerds. Joe? I've seen Joe. Like like champions. Yeah. And he's a beast, right? Hickey. Yeah. Yeah. Of course. Yeah. Definitely. But it's it's like when, when you are, you know, you know who you are, and, you know, doesn't it doesn't require your full attention? Yeah. What you stay around it because you love it. Yeah. And it's about I mean, I get a chance to train with, like, you know, rampage in, in Josh, Josh Barnett, and all these people anyway and train with them at their facilities, and Michael biz bang, people like that. I'm sparring like these guys are like the best. So you know, I get a chance to do that anyway. A why would I why would I do it on on camera and devote my life to it? And at such a lower pay. Yeah. Yeah. You know what I mean? It's, it's, it's fucking. Fucking dangerous dude, like when I was in high school, and I was wrestling. I was also doing mixed martial arts and I wanted to be a UFC fighter. I wanted to join the USC, and then I got a little older and a little smarter, and like a little more talented. And then I was like, not only the Hollywood creative stuff more fun. But I mean like fighting is dangerous is dangerous dangerous. And I'm sorry. You don't want to I don't know, one former UFC champion whose position, I want to trade myself. Yeah. Yeah, I, I happen to see, you know, warts and all and what happens to fight it. I know so many fighters that were at the top and making millions and all that type of stuff and you don't want to see where they are now. That's not the life that a lot of people. And sometimes it's I know if I was younger, I went that route, but. I know what my capabilities. I'm I'm, I'm directing producing my own studio. I'm doing a lot of things that I couldn't have possibly done had I gone that route sold your brain. Yeah. And then, like, look at Joe Rogan, right? He he's gonna mean more to the world of martial arts doing what he's doing than he ever could have as a fighter. Yeah. And myself as well. So do you think 'cause I have very limited knowledge on this, and I know from the shell in temple and shall income food. That was brought to Sheldon monks, not to promote fighting, but for protection, right? No, no. I'm gonna I'm gonna angry on this one but it's just the truth. Okay. Here we go. The Shaolin temple thing. Okay. Just just the truth, you, you can research this. Well, I mean guiding Don mot brought kung FU in Buddhism to China and from, you know from India to China, basically, the guy 'bout my complexion and. With the Shaolin temple. So wasn't Buddha. No, no, no, no, no, no. Did you think there was a fat dude that came? I knew he wasn't fat. I knew that was that was misconstrued. Well, yeah, yeah, so I it's, it's Bodey Dhamma or Dom. Oh, is is, is the guy who brought he brought kung FU and, you know, and Buddhism to China and you know as statues and all that type stuff of, you know, he's got nappy here? Is it guru wrong? That's one that most real depictions the early Dharma garment. Yeah. So, but anyway how it goes back with the whole Shaolin temple thing. You know, we, we in this country had westerns back in sixties and seventies. And all that even fifties. We had western movies. And then Japan had had the samurai movies, a lot of them were the same kind of movie, but now when China got into the fray, they, they fictionalized this whole thing about the Shaolin temple. And of course, then this, when you see all those Shaolin movies, it's like that's four hundred years ago, because burned down the temple was burned down back then yeah. That's why you always see cowboy movies and avenue of cards and guns and all that type stuff in samurai movies as well. But you never see a Shaolin monk in a car. You know, because they were decimated way back then. Right. So they chose to, to make movies about these kind of fictitious monks that were, you know, kind of magical, they could have chosen Tibetan monks, and it would have been very similar on. It's not like they were this amazingly fair, some force, it was about the movies when you saw the movies in made them as unstoppable as Wyatt. Urp. You know, but in actuality you have people to this day going and training. In Shaolin temple, but the current Shaolin temple was, was erected in the eighties eighty five and the government came. Oh, yes. And they and they paid a paid farmers to walk around looking like challen monks for tourism. They open China backup, right? So this is so yeah, I'm sorry about this. But then then later than they had guys doing confu for tourism. And then later, they the people, the westerners come over there. And basically are joining the Shaolin temple and their heart and their spending money and all the stuff. And it's like. There are people who think that they're having with the Shaolin temple and it's just like being a night of the roundtable. Right. It doesn't hold any legitimacy. Is that is that Jay Shatti dude? Like, should we tell J shed he's not a real Shaolin monk, I don't think he claims to be shallot long, right? Yeah. Yeah. It's it are there, any are there, any specific phonies, that you've seen that we should be like, when you think about it. If I if a guy came in and said, I'm, I'm from the night of the wrong tape. I'm nine of the wrong table. What would you say is roughly the same exact period, be show me some photos. So when people they're connected to the eighty three to eighty five. Reconstruction of a replica of the Shaolin temple. Oh. Where it is because before that it was gone for three hundred years. Well, it's interesting how those things kind of happen like the library Alexandria, how the Romans came in and burned the library Alexandria. So it's like the Rome in history that we've studied and we know so much more about, and we still don't even know how temp how pyramids we're Bill and there's so many things we don't know. It's because these governments in these forces, come in and rewrite history in movies are huge movies. Really? Like people ninja, like, okay, you know, an inch is really to somebody cloaking who they are like a bandit, and it's not like they're practicing eight different art. You know it's not like you know what I mean? So it's the Hollywood movie thing has really colored a lot of people's impression share. But, you know, eating glorifies, fighting of course. Of course, there's a there's a lot of it is glowing. Fide. There's, there's not really a lot of traditional true martial artists out there anymore because it's when it became a business the business lead, you know, like I say it should be tantamount to like the armed forces MIR is going to be a lot more, you know, security guards in are maybe seals because, you know, easier to become a security guard or beat cop or something. So it's how martial arts is. I would say the majority of people who have black belts, or would not have blackouts way back in the day back when I was younger, you really had to be pretty darn tough. You had you've left like teeth on a four somewhere, while your own in someone else's. There's, there's usually that was the case you had to it was across the burning sands ripple limb off to get that black on. Honestly, I do. Like now is what traditional karate was back in the day, you can't just they don't give you just hand you out a black belt in jujitsu, that, that is in essence, the what martial arts is. Now you gotta snap limbs. Well, no you there's nobody gets a black belt in jitsu. That's not humble, because you had to become there's no attitudes like that. I mean because it has to adhere to real martial-arts prince. So that if you wanna think about what martial arts used to be look at you. That's what it's like it's in takes people average, like eight to ten years to become a black belt. What do you think the most effective martial artists, or form of combat fighting I'd have to ask you, what, then in what in what circumstance on because like, say, if like if you say you want to compete? Yeah. If you want to do it, as a sport, then let's say you don't wanna do it as a sport. Like you're up on run up on. You just want to kick some ass, or you wanna you wanna go you to someone still your wallet. And now it's time to pay back. Someone pushes your girlfriend now time to fuck them up. Well, I have to say if you can train 'em may, if that's you know, that's, that's probably the best thing. Yeah. Right off. But if it was just a traditional martial art. I'd go Thai. Boxing. Will say tie boxing, a little bit before boxing and wrestling, because what's between boxing and boxing, because you're, you're kicking shin. In the hips, elbows strikes. Strike is gonna is gonna like be to the point like, yeah, it's it is a fraction of a second. It's not some kind of maneuver that you have to learn. So that, that's what I would say. I would say Thai boxing, then west boxing, then wrestling. But Jeet can no. You don't think? That makes any G Kunda that's. It's Bruce Lee's. Yeah. Intercept fist. How is it possible? That exactly. See, we just just think about that. The term intercepting fist. Okay. We want to test something tested against it self. Okay. Bruce Lee is fighting, Bruce Lee. Whose fist is he going to intercept his own? No, no. You can't. No, we can't the first the first person who moves is going to. I mean, Bruce Lee would not. He's fast. But what vehicle to intercept his own fist, then but he can intercept somebody's slower than him. Gosh. You're having a Mike Tyson style of boxing, which means, I'll teach you way hearted. And you hit me. Whoa. You know, that was, but, you know, so it's, it's like that's not, that's not a style to base anything out. You hit people harder. I mean you can get away with things that other people can loosely speed or whatever. And you know. The greatest martial artists who ever lived because he you know, he was always trying to perfect himself. And you know he wasn't a real fighter. He didn't test himself in the ring. That's why one of the things I make the distinction because my heart goes out to real fighters people who feed their family, and they go through a yeah. I'm sorry. Even myself anybody at does movies? We don't get a chance to say that we don't get a chance to say, oh, we're better fighters, whatever. When there are people out there who are fighting, and they're, they're fighting and bleeding in there. Yeah. They have to go through stuff that that's heroin. I even I even you know, even you know, be honest question myself. If I was not. Particularly talented which I, I have a I I'm I was always as fast as a lightweight. But at the way but yeah, you know, I'm a heavyweight. Yeah. I was fascinated allow lightweight that's one of those things that, you know, I was just blessed with, like ALI'S blessed with that. And, you know, you think about Ali, he's the biggest dude in the ring, people forget about that. But had I not had this kind of advantage? If, if no, I would be in it. If people hit me the way, I hit them. Yeah. So I don't know. So that's the thing where I say, man would still, be would I be in it like that, if I didn't have this, you know, this somewhat extra advantage? You know, so Andy Ruis, did you see the anti Ruis? Yes. Josh refund that dude got some quick fuck and hands it. When you say that pop because he's a heavyweight and he's moving, like a super flyweight, right? Yeah. Yeah. Hey, there's a lot of big muscular guys don't move as well as, as a fatter guy. So we, you know. Yeah, he probably wouldn't be doing it either. If his hands were at quick. Yeah. Yeah. He you know he's he's got speed. He's got. He's got really good impact. Our? He's like the short distance. And then, you know, and I think he's a real fighter. This is this is one of my favorite scenes that you've ever done from the dog night. I thought my alleger give me one reason why shouldn't have pull you head of how about imagine track. I don't know if we can show this on. Disappear. That out. You're what was it like working with heath with so freaking cold? Doing great care. And we know always broke character. You, you. You uncut he was we were like doing magic tricks. Not that kind of magic, but, but, like we're like 'cause I was I was like I'm kind of a closet magician. You know, I'll say, yeah. When my girls are, you know, growing up, basically with come home and have a whole bag of tricks for him, like sleight of hand and all that type, but he was, you know, was doing stuff like that as well. We would do all these games and Klein around even when you, you know, kind of leave leave him alone to his own piece. I mean, you know, he's them when you know, would spark the conversation though. And so he was real cool like that he's one of the things I always talk about, like he like, when he was doing the thing about, you know, why so serious. He's asking me, my opinion, he would try different voice modulations and stuff. And is one that he did that was very much like Tom waits. Like that kind of thing, and I was like, did that women that made me feel feel a little like? Yeah. What's up with you? Think so yet, and he you know, he would do that, when interesting for there was never any signs that, that his health, his mental health was, he was remember he that happened when he was, on another the next movie it was another. Okay. It wasn't this one people just there's a yeah, there's kind of a narrative because he's doing dark character. People wanna think then he has something to do with that. No, no. Actually, he made a mistake that allowed people make you. You know, you get you build up tolerance for sleeping eight right? And then you get injured. You don't realize that, that injury, the medication for that injury is doubled. What you're sleeping aid is, you know, so that's a mistake that a lot of people who make. And I think he made that mistake. I was made that mistake one time know I mean, and I basically take nothing, you know. You know I barely take aspirin. Never never never been drunk are high in my life. Not other one while another one. That's crazy. We've like five people say that I ever did it. I just never even call to me, so interesting, what I wanna I wanna talk about heath more. But like why is that? Why, why, why have you never been drunk or high because I think I'm crazy. Wouldn't want to do this shit that came in my mind like there's no curiosity to try. No, I felt like I saw I've seen so many people just they're not here anymore because they were impaired in at the wrong time. I'd like I told you stuff about, you know, my past seen a lot. Yeah. I've, I've been close to men this so many things that I can draw from where I know people are not here today because they were half a second to slow. Well, and, and I had that, that material that volatile thing in me that I felt like I'm, I'm barely keeping under control myself, if I did something or drank something, you know, you know, I think I wouldn't be around. Then you got people like Mike who is on a yacht. Right now living it up. We have some house normally here he's a bit of a wildcard these real firecracker. Blessing? I don't judge folks. I just know for me it wasn't right for me. And you know what I found out like a few years ago, my wife and I were in. Forgot vacation parts of Mexico, and, and I tried to a tasted one of those Dan, what Margarita is that. Yeah. Drink instantly. Like I probably took about three six and my throat started to close up. No. Yeah, I have an allergy to. And it's like I think just. You know, there's a reason why don't do that. Why did you take three six? I'm curious about what about that day? Did you decide to our last vacation? And, you know, and I've tasted some alcohol before I've never, I've never been drug or anything. I've tasted some stuff to know that I don't like the stuff. Yeah. Alcoho- Rable, real problem, when you think it tastes. Good. People say that. You're, you're drinking gasoline. Yeah, I'm always asking people like what what's good about this? What is hey? But, you know, in people admit that is for the buzz now for me for blown off steam any kind of alteration in, in my like, I'm I freak out. Oh, probably because I had a little bit of an effect when I was fifteen and I think I could have been killed that press. Probably like what, what do you mean hadn't affect the? Well, I was in. I was in boy, I don't know if you got trades Michael, okay. You are on impulsive. I was I was Israel. Anybody knows this project housing costs father panic village in Bridgeport, Connecticut was one of the most dangerous places you could be in the United States couldn't couldn't have they named it something better than father father village. I honestly that's. The name of it. Why hops would would would respond an hour later. Two calls going there seriously. I'm in, in this, this house party father panic village and you know, sipping on this punch, and I'm thinking tastes nasty because I had this ice cream cake. Right. That was in its bitter. And then I'm dancing in, you know, later on, and I this chandelier is like fake ash leery. I run into it, and then I think nothing about it. And I just natch it out of the ceiling is dangling foot from the floor. And I just keep dancing and so people like, what are you doing? What the hell's? And I'm like anything hit me in the head. I mean, I'm thinking this is absolutely rational. So then they drink too much punch, I'm like the punch. What's wrong the punch, and in somebody to my left up against the wall goes this grain alcohol in that I thought nothing of I turned punched him in the head his head hit the back wall. He's out because I know what grain alcohol was. So I'd you to because I know he says alcohol in the bathroom and says harmful swallowed, and I don't know. So you to do told you. That means he knew. And he let me drink it. He had to get some. And so then the next thing, I'm fighting with everybody in the hallowed going backwards out the house, and people are swinging things at me clip. We watched earlier was that actual live footage from what happened. Did you chandeliers? No. This Antalya was still being. I'm fighting people going how go outside right? This is this is the hood. This is. I'm out front in. There's this, this rubble and glass and all this stuff now. I'm outside. I'm like holy shit. Am I drunk, my drunk, and so I'm going to my own sobriety test. And I'm like, okay, I can do this walk the walk the line. And then I'm like, okay, let me start seeing if I can function in Duke, I was doing catis, which are like martial art movements and stuff. Yes. So I'm out there practicing conscious now. Meanwhile, this was told to me later, that meanwhile, people are grabbing hammers and, and forks knives. Everything trying to posse up the come get me and then they see me out at window. Somebody goes his right there and everybody just watched me from the window while I'm doing this cartoon there fuck that. He's getting ready for us. Mind, you I'm just seeing if I. Because now I'm paranoid. I'm like ooh. I never been altered. So, so, like I could have been killed so yeah. That has an effect. I see what you're saying. Yeah. I got legendary status after that, and you because that, that became that became the story of me like, you know, you know, ready to fight a house full of people, and that back down, like who's this crazy guy doing jujitsu in the yard that was you? Yeah. You did Ripa chandelier and rice to me in the face. And so that's like that's like uh so later on in college, and things like that I'm like, no shin during thing because I don't know what that's from adver livers. Probably super happy right now. Your livers probably super happier. I think. It makes you age to kind of seen folks. Who drinking they kind of? Great on. You're looking you're looking clean. You're looking for. But yeah. Rewriting back to he's ledger in the dark Knight. And I wanna know working with Christopher Nolan was like how he was because he's actually what he's my favorite director. Cool is he's, he's he's like so damn cool. That is shocking. I see movies. I'm thinking, oh, this guy's probably like this intestine trick. Yeah. Like, you know, billion do like, I'm, you know, I'm, I'm doing the scene in pool four. Yeah. Right. And I'm like, you know asking excuse me. Well, you know, my, my guys are you, do you want us to feel like we were here for ten minutes or we're here for like an hour for and he's like you know what? I don't know what do you think? I'm like, I don't know we could try both ways is it. Yeah. You try way great. And then I said, a and, you know, I don't know if it's odd to you, but, you know, my all my, my guys are their English have British accents. But I'm I have an American accent. Do you want us to sound? The same. Do you want me? He's like I'm thought about that. Really still way we had. We had more dialogue. There's a lot more stuff cut out. But it was one of these things. I mean it was so chill that hold crazy even head. There was a guy while he was a DP and somebody's showed I was coming out with black dynamite thing. Right. And I had some, you know, some silly clips of black dynamite, not show. One person they show the next person in, in showing Walli in while he's showing Christopher just as he was like, okay, let's get oh, everything stops, everybody's goofing off of the clips, I have in black dynamite in this, like, you know, we're clown like extra half hour. I'm like this is like the coolest. Oh, I would never have guessed that no, he got to be that had to be. Don't hate me. Maybe there's a horrible comparison. Cool as hell he is chill. I never seen a moment of any tension on that set. That's, maybe that's why the move the movies are so successful, it's prizes me that he had thought about things like what accents, you'd have, or maybe a lot of directors are really into character developed, like Quentin, Tarantino? That's literally only thing he cares about what I've, you know, I've we're Quentin, but on the, the edited out footage. Oh for real. Yeah. If you if you see the leader footage, I'm the only deleted footage. Good. Was good really dude. Cool. It was I had a bigger role. There was a big segment that was that was supposed to be myself. Jackson Sam Jackson's massage Richardson in it segment. Call house of blue leaves. And that's when you would I see the, the Bill character, and it was supposed to be in his casino setting, and we're gonna shoot that in China and everything, within Quinton had the idea to shoot the massacre at the church, which is a better idea for the you know, the you know seeing the Bill Garrett later and, you know, he is apologizing. He's like Mike. You know, I just thought it was like a Quinn, I knew him as a friend before even working with them. Anyway, like so it was like intake that personal? You know, I was like. That makes. Dad's on GP. What's going on? But then he wanted me to come out and then do a part of that scene. And in a flashback type of sequence see where you were her enemy. Kind of bills enemy is he is he is he into that character development 'cause I heard he sits with his actors for extends extensive bears of time to make sure they're flushed out inside and out. You know, it wasn't my experience in, but talk about something that comes full circle. But when I in the lead footage, I mentioned Dom. Oh. Which Quinton, you know, is, you know, he you know, he's a historian and a mentioning that the Dom oh and I'm leading a pack of Chinese guys. And so it's a hearken back to boaty Dhamma. That's, that's cool. That's the character. I'm playing. That's awesome. So, you know that's a little little history thing that just kind of connects comes full circle when you do these fight scenes in movies. Are you playing to camera because I've seen a lot of fighters? I remember like George saint-pierre-de did a fight scene once in a forget, what movie it was. And, and Ronda Rousey has had her debut and movies and. They're definitely good. But it didn't come across like some of the actors like Tom hardy, for example, when what he does his fight scenes something about the way he moves. And you, you do this to it looks so much better if I'm being honest. So is are you what's the translation between being a real fighter and an actor fighter? And how do you make it still look good as opposed to some real fighters who actually in the octagon who are doing as good as a job? There's a couple of things one of the things that a lot of real fighters. They're, they're, they're famous by by way of their blood and guts. And effectiveness, sometimes, you know, you got a guy who can who can withstand a lot of lot of punishment that doesn't that doesn't show. Well on screen, the I know is not what is, is more about the technique? Now, you gotta have good choreography because you could. Have a great fighter and have terrible choreography this, this some jet Lee movies where you know, the way that they would shoot it the cinematography is not good. And he's, you know, he's wondering most talented martial arts. They are so you know, these elements have to kind of play, but on top of it. Why Tom hardy so good is because he's acting throughout the fight a lot of people become a Tomasson when they fight. You know, a lot of martial arts. They get into that, that. People are trying to do, Bruce Lee in on doing all that kind of craziness and it's like, who, who the character if you got basically imagine, you got Robert deniro, who's, like this gruff character are Christopher Walken, who's unpredictable and Jack Nicholson and but when they fight they're doing choreography, but imagine if they fought with the characters playing like magin Christopher Walken fighting style is enemies. So if you, you choreograph for character and you stay within the character, now it's really interesting like, you know, Ali Frazier. You got two personalities now it's interesting, not just people doing movement. So someone like Tom hardy myself. My thing is like I wanna be able to I want to show the acting through the action cool. Yeah. Some people just don't learn don't learn how to. Do that. I love that. I feel like I because I've had I've had some fight scenes, too. And I was really excited to do them, and I still to this day love doing fight scenes. But when I saw them, I was like it is definitely an art like that transition from being a real fighter knowing how to move and fight someone in real life. And then looking good onscreen to open to camera and all that shit is that frustrating. No, no. I, I understand it a great deal. What's frustrating is like man. It's like kind of a Fred Astaire, reference, Fred, Astaire, you shoot him. You know, Fred Astaire's. I'm talking about. No say Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson. We you, you see his full frame in there is the beauty. But if you cut it up, you seeing facing showing his feet and all you miss it. Yeah. Right. So if you're an exceptional movie, you wanna see that whole movement. So a lot of like lot of like fight scenes are kind of created an editing room. And so this time I could do a wonder. Like what I'm fighting four people in one continuous thing. And then some asshole editor will shoot like, you know, break that. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And show somebody going. Another person going. Yeah. Like in the middle of it. And it's like, what are you doing or some kind of insert? So you're, you're kind of stuck between how they're going to edit the thing. And so, you know, it's got those elements all have to be. Yeah. I mean it's it you gotta trust. Right. You've got to trust that, like the director editor will do good, John. Sometimes that's when I you know, result of my asshole card and say, okay, there's no not going to be a big camera on here. Do that. Oh, yeah. But it's just like wow because there's, there's a camera operator there, they, they want something to do, and it's like, Nope, you're not going to threaten this, this fights. The fight scene by shooting something that some editor might use, so that's because by the way, they always will they always will use the shot that you told them not to, they agreed not to want it to my favorite thing to do like pay attach this one. You watch fight scenes from now along with multiple people. Watch the people in the background this shit is they're just stand, there would be like. Like. No, we're just start moving just to fill the space creation. And actually, I love you Christopher Nolan, but he did it in a couple of scenes in the dark Knight. And I like I think one do got like hit by literally nothing fell down. Naro. You can't really redo redo those if you got a super good fight scene on your hands, right? Right. Right ways to get around that, but, you know, it's, you know, the that's probably on the third watching something hopefully. You see that I didn't see the first time you got lucky. So you did the voice for green lantern in the video game. And have they had conversations with you to play the live action? John Stewart is horrible. I did. Shoot. No. You know, I think I did like it's weird like especially with voice stuff you go in there. And the way I you know, I'm just like, oh, we're doing today or. Day, right. Like years later comes on. God. I did it. Yeah, that happens all the time we've always over here come like did. I do. And I had to go do I had to go back the and I'm like, yeah. Yeah, I believe I did this. Well, veal veal feels quick like you stand in the booth. Like I'm sure you've probably recorded for a day or two and then it comes out and they, you talking all day has led to like a full story line in a video game. There's just recently did some, some. Well, it looks like. I'm busy, whatever. Ahead did a whole voice thing cartoon that's gonna be in there. Like, all right. So in two thousand two two thousand twenty one we're going to do this, and I'm like, already forgetting who you are and everything about this. I'm not even going to think that I'm gonna remember you guys will call me up and somebody's going to have to explain to me what this is so I that makes me curious. How many of your projects, are you truly like invested in? Or are you just going there because, you know, you're perfect for the role or the voice over, perhaps got home projects that I'm really invested in. But you know, there's there's, there's other like the there's other things that it's like I. You know, I've just in the rear view. I was like, I do it to my best ability. Yeah. For sure. Then once it's done. I just I don't even think about it. Yeah. Yeah. What, what, what are you working on next projects? I've got a few things coming out. I got a movie called send it, send it send it is about height boarding. Always do. And then undercover brother to shut the fuck up impossible. My god. Going on. That is one of my favorite movies, really of all time undercover. Brother mine, quote it all the time is one of those movies that I saw at my cabin. It was like stowed away, and like a little VCR and I put it in. I watched it. And I thought it was so funny. I man, I quote that movie all the time undercover brother two who's done. Cover. Brother me shut the fuck. What an honor. Thanks, what an honor. What is that coming out nervous, man? Like why go? All my is Dave, Dave. No, no. He's not. I'm Jim obsessed with this movie this, the ship shape, a lot of my childhood undercover, brother. Sully. That s. Riches Denise Richards is in the Senate movie. Really? Yeah. So I was like does she still look like that? I not quite. Nine past I've taken so much comedy from this movie. Like, I feel I'm gonna make references just no one's gonna know. There's a scene where like the two girls are fighting and that it turns into this, like super hot fight seeing the two guys were supposed to be enemies like start taking popcorns. They bring recliners. I love good comedy olds classic comedy. So I'm excited for that. Obviously what else? All you playing green lantern. No live action happen. I rented killed it. I will. Hey, I mean, I haven't talked to anybody about that. I wouldn't mind you probably fucking kill it. Yeah. I'm I'm getting ready to do some more like action stuff. I'm actually I'm going to trim down, like ten pounds and get ready. Right now. I'm about to thirty. Okay. I guess you're trying to get down to two ten. Close to. What's your dial alike? Well, now it's going to be pretty much, you know low carbs. And when I really try to trim down, it's more liquid. I'm just going to be like you shakes, and juices, got angry when you when you're cutting per se no, no, no. Not at all. I get I get pissed. I get livid. You shouldn't be hungry. Oh, you shouldn't be hungry. Said that, that's a sign of something something, something might be the wrong because you should be like, you know, we steadily two and a half hours, three hours that type of really should be like Cussing out some, some of your meals like I don't wanna eat right now. And really? Yeah, man. Because we'll talk about that for real. We should we should train sometime. I mean right down the street and we box every day. So come by every day five, six days a week. Yeah, cool. Yeah. You know, this is a few things, you know, like I say, I'm a narrative with it tight so things I love it. Like, kind of, you know, you should come. Issue. I'm sparring Tuesday. I think you should come watch and just critique in see if I can improve in any way because. Yeah. You are the expert. William nerd with it. I'm but you know. Everybody, you know, respect to your coach though, you know. With his blessing got. He said he's, I'm sure he could teach you some things. I bet you could gonna fight coming up. So everything you can you are the chaos. TSA. Say predict case case, which is it KFI is, is we're trying to Kisii. Yeah. I guess, you know, like I don't know what you just said. Man. I have no idea what you just said. Out now because if I go. So you get you get it. That that's what that's what that means. Let's do. Let's do the audio only right now. It's on Spotify nineteen same as this. But guess what audio only get a little deeper won't take long. But yeah, when ask Michael J white a few more questions about his life, bro. Thank you for coming on impulsivity human. We're gonna find you on social media o- official Michael giant on Instagram, and then that, that number sign, Michael J, white on everything else that makes sense. Yeah, it would go. Thank you listening to a positive de-subscribe on the number podcast. Next time take the race here. We are audio only they still here. Can't believe it. What do you pulled up here? Do you have facts did? But I'll save them. Why should I say I think we should do a couple? So we do segment called facts, facts, Spencer has facts. All right. So what you guys spend all right ks. KFC unleashes a Cheetos chicken sandwich. What do you guys have to say about this? They've, they've been used Cheetos now into their chicken sandwiches. Is is there cook name be Elza? Bob. Is it Beal's above Satan? They don't care anymore. Bad. Burgers. We do not like you. All right. Are you ever eating fast food? I get creative with it, depending on where can you get this cruise Elmo? What is the worst news? I have to try it. I am so sorry. You're young enough. I'm going to pay for like two days. This looks like death staring same food. That's not food. I think it's, it's so interesting to me, how these things are legal. You know, I think at some point look back, it'd be like, damn we actually invented that, that happened. Good propaganda, though for people people gonna eat it. People love Cheetos. Look at that. I mean you look at that for two seconds, eight ten of them, what kind of fast food, do you like shakes at shake shack in and out kind of guy. Neither I'm kind of like I go to begin whole foods. I'm born man. That's not a fast food kind of go into Delhi far. Oh, fast food like. Oh boy. Loco. Okay. What do the first person I make jokes about. I don't know. I've never been there. But I just thought knowing what it's real, it's, it's good. People go really I have Torres come here friends from Ohio where from what is El Pollo loco, I'm like it's like I say verbatim, I it's cheap Taco Bell. Yeah. I think it's like I think it's like corn day. Oh, yeah. What about chick fillet? I wish there was a trick chick around. I got good news. You say there was a Chick-fil-A downright, El Pollo loco to put the goodwill. No. But there was also an uproar logo toward Chick-fil-A in white oak in Ventura. It's common, they're building right there yet. It's right on the corner. Oh, thank you. Thank you. Jesus. Yeah. Asking Jesus for this for a long time. He heard he heard you here's your voice, specifically man on that special frequency. All right. I got another fact here. This is a different on a different note. So apparently, we have five years to save ourselves from climate change a Harvard scientist says, for its delay before it is too late Harvard professor James Anderson, best known for his work linking chlorofluorocarbons to the ozone hole warned us that this, we need to take a meat action. So they're saying the amount of warming right now is similar to the EEO seen e puck. Oh, yeah. Oh champion about thirty nine million. I went to high school. Well that was a time here. So he is go with her. Listen. Do. Good man. Get creative with these names. You'll see epoch grow pronounce it fucking though. I don't know what that is. It's a time period, your, your time period. Listen, what do we do? Michael, can we send you up to fix the ozone layer need you to beat some ask you beat asking the movies? We need you to beat some congressman ask because some. Hap. How, how are we supposed to like check on that? Like five years, like what can we do? What are the action items, so? So have that damn chicken sandwich at KFC alexan- what you're saying. We got to do a lot. They're saying we can't just cut out emissions. We have to like, reflect son from hitting the planet because what's happening right now. What happened? Thirty nine million years ago. We had no ice on the planet. So the same temperature in the polls was at the equator so there was no difference. So that's where we're headed right now. You can we beat his ass in five years, like he could he, like, just agree to just get a total public flogging in if he's wrong. Yeah. I mean 'cause then maybe you weren't down and get even deeper research because he might wanna save his own ass. Maybe trying to let a fire people's acid because I wasn't like twelve years ago like last month though. Twelve years last month way. Well stuff coming out every day. We have two minutes. True. We should get our shit together. Yeah. We can only do what we can do. It's true. But, you know, you, you you've been ringside with a lot of fighters curious who, who have like extensive relationships with if. I mean, I'm sure you do. But who you hanging out with like when they're not fighting anyone? Oh man. Tyronn was here. Right. Time came on. Like Josh Barnett and debt. Do brilliant. Yeah. He he's one of smartest people. I know not just fighters really that dude until you have on the show. Okay. He's he he just I think he's walk on the jeopardy. Wow. They got he's, he's a smart gross, Mark. Do. Got it. Okay. Cool. The tyrants, don't man. He came on the podcast. I went to Vegas on fight at twenty cannon lost. I put a G bar down to said, I, I gotta ask you as. We've seen like movies, like Black Panther really bring a new wave of African American superheroes and and role models. You're one of the first in ninety seven. Yes. So what have you seen since your time being a superhero, and the African American community? Well, I mean, it's pretty commensurate, because, like even back in the day, right, there was when I did spawn always only a handful of superhero movies anyway. Right. And then it was myself, and it was Wesley Snipes. Yeah. So percentage wise we weren't doing too damn bad. So you know, there's you know there's been. You know, I'm not like really I'm not a big fan of the whole comic move. Yeah. Yeah. Kind of. Yeah. I get it. Yeah. You know. But yeah, I mean the Black Panther thing that was like I loved it. And the fact that, you know, was this a coup last movie and people get caught up on the black thing thing. I think is great is that it was just coup. Last movie to happen. You know, happened star black folks. That's what I love about it. I liked. I do. I do movies. Where do you know I happen to be black? But as most of my characters have nothing to do with any kind of necessary. But that's the Mark is to show that it shouldn't make a difference. You know. Yeah, so, you know. So I love it in that, that, that because not marginalizing. Yeah. I am kind of curious of. I don't know. I just thought it was like hearing, you talk. You're very eloquent with your speech, and you use a lot of like intellectual words, but you're from Brooklyn in, in the hood, correct did. Was there a point where you have you talked like a gangster, or, or you had to switch the way you spoke? No, I always spoke that the way I do. Now I always did. Even when I even felt the, the pull to kind of be, you know, different I always wanted to be who I am. I remember when I was in college, there was times, where I was little sensitive, I thought I was talking over people's heads sometimes whatever. And I you know, sometimes with try to get an actor that, you know, change it to some degree. Yeah. Being home talking because my, my goal is to communicate but. But I didn't I was very careful as to not play act. One thing was interesting. One time I was friends with, with tuba. We used to play pool and hang out, and, and he was, so we spoke very similar like he when he first got to know me. I saw that he was relieved that I was like him. He would he did not to party people think he's he wasn't that way. He like we could play. We be like people were always say this. Hey, your friend looks a lot like to park because people never thought that was him because relief. He was just like he was from the high school of performing arts. He was like he was a poet. The way I speak it we he goofy Klein around. So people go that guy looks like to couldn't possibly be him and not him really. We could play pool in all of a sudden park, which is all of a sudden go. Yeah. Yeah. I'm gonna play that Dino six in the corner. I'm like, somebody must have walked in the room. And I turn I go, okay. That's all he will just go into that character because it was like a lot of us the truth of it. It's not of us nerds, starting in this business and everything. Right. Even marsh. Lars would out of narrative edgy and sometimes like we get the, the accolades from a crowd that we admired. And we lose who we are. And it was kind of tragic because it was like it was kinda like imagine Alba chino staying in the Scarface character to impress others. Yeah. He will go flip right into, you know, was crazy. But I'm I never wanted to do that. Because like saying you lose who you are. And fuck anybody who doesn't expect respect you for who you are. And we talked to Leyla Steinberg who worked with him in his music career. And she said that he had set three goals. One was to be the biggest rapper alive. The most most known rapper another was that schools would be studying his work mall over the world. And then the third was that he is going to die by the time us twenty-five because he got caught up in the game. Like that was one of the things that he stated he set out on. So, like what you're describing interesting how some people stick to that persona or, or that, you know, that goal that they're gonna die young, or they build this image, where it's like, why, why do you to do that? I wanted to, you know, look at things in a -nother way. It's like okay, how many people have said that, and it didn't happen? You know, I mean think about knows Dom to do people think about the, the predictions he got wrong. He could've made thirty predictions every single day but they're going to they're going to hold on the ones that he got. Right. So I it's, it's one of those things that, you know, you're holding onto that because it is if it's a certain era, right there. There's a lot of people may say that in, you know. But it's. I just think unfortunately he got caught up in that. And then and I've seen it seen it happen, a lot in even comedians and a lot of people that just go, okay. You know, like, yeah, we're, we're, we're the kids that we always were. And we could default to that. And so you become this hero to folks, and you wanna covet that you want to protect that. And you may be deluding who you really are. Yeah. And kind of hearkens back the world's talking about. It's just always just have the courage to be who you are. You know, it's just not going to be another you so embrace that, you know that's what specialists. What makes you who you are? Don't don't lose that for anybody. I love that. I love that. We'll end it there. I hope you guys heard that adopted it absorbed. Listen to it. Michael J, dude. Thank you again. Thank you for having me, appreciate you. Appreciate you read his five stars or I'll have Michael kick your ass guys was the next time.

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Rush Hour - If the Moo Shu fits

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Hey friends and lovers welcome boy reference. You goes to her skating. Not you've caught me with a big gulp of wine but I survived exam brave to acquire your FBI headsets and have your hands empty. Fulsome supple Musha as we head into traffic with the rush hour franchise mother fuckers who and you know. Cisco has been around quite a few soundtracks but how deep is your love or not. Oh tell me what it's GonNa be to leave you know Welcome welcome welcome friends and lovers. What a time in the best. The ways and also in the west of ways to that. And you know what it is quite is quite relevant. We all of us are experiencing some sort of Rut earthy and I have literally just moved so all of those sort of usual stresses as well as the world's full initiate guys and a handful of Dick Heads. Just can't be right so recently it's been hard for us to watch and enjoy stuff if we're watching something it's too light and it's not grabbing our attention For watching something that's too real to the real world. It's hard to get into as well and the shining beacon of Jackie. Thank you all and Chris Tucker home. How quiet while we fucking lovey guys? Hold yourselves because you shouldn't be as arrested development. No touching right so you know. Keep your love to yourself. It's all about self love Until we can Get out into spaces and touch. Everyone's holes if you've listened to how bad boys episode. If you've listened to our John Wick Episode. It will follow that sort of format. So we have quite a lot of stats. We are covering the Holy Trinity of the Rush Hour Franchise there is a TV. Show that not and I did try. It came out in two thousand sixteen and we actually tried watching it back then but you completely forgot we did yep and then we tried watching it after rush hour two because we didn't want to end on the TV shirt because life is already on fat. We needed to have some sort of happiness. We go five minute. Hashtag rush hour. Tv challenge if you can get further than five minutes. Good for you. There is no reward. Because again you spent more than five minutes in monstrosity. So let's quickly guard into the stats of the three films. And then we'll get into first impressions. It sounds good all right So rush hour. The first rush hour came out in September of Nineteen Ninety eight. I feel like it mid to late. Nineties was like the Golden Age of buddy cop sort of films not to say they didn't exist before then but you know obviously. We talked about bad boys that came out a few years earlier. we'll Smith Martin Lawrence the sodium lovers. Go and listen to the episode. You know you really have. Jaguars and you have dynamics that you want to see in that buddy. Cop SORT OF FORMAT. I'm not sure aside from Ratna that wanted to have this dynamic but Four shift kisses full quarantined chef kisses to everyone because it was pure magic it was pure. Magic Brett Ratna. These characters were actually developed by Russell. Amana we also have Jim Cough as a rider credited as well again. Ot early allows me to google sell To be able to credit the right arm show. There are more people that contributed in regards to rush. It came out in September of Nineteen Ninety Eight. Oh Wow what is it was a good e. Was it okay? I'll law preparing for Y2K. So if you don't remember that Jesus I slip through the Millennium. I wasn't a wee baby. Shame but I was close the budget for the first rush hour already. Thirty three million dollars quite nice. Yeah quite tight. The gross from thirty three million dollar budget was two hundred forty four point. Seven million dollars. Wo- yeah that is a lot It really did well. I guess maybe as like a burners we can do like all the buddy cop films that failed that you thought would have done well but this. Wow just completely blew out of the water right. Interestingly enough I correctly said that rush hour two came out in August of two thousand one so there was a three year gap unless that was like the normal amount of time. It took take a film you would think that they would you know in these days. They milk everything every franchise for what it's worth so like before you have time to wipe your ass if you'll pardon the sad timely There's another there's another sequel coming out. You know what I mean so three years. Wow so we still have bret right now. We still have Ross and then we also have Jeff Nathanson. The budget for the second rush hour was ninety million dollars. That's always three times the initial budget. Yeah it grossed worldwide three hundred and forty seven point three million dollars. Yeah get out of team and I. It's not even surprising. People knew other going to expect and they got it towns. Hold Yeah Yeah I we can talk more about it as the episode goes but I really didn't see the need to up the budget like what they had was magic not to say that the rest of the films like two and three or bad but like for me. Everything worked in one. But I get that as you have success as you can have a bigger budget. And that's a little baby consultant foundational Quam. I'm happy Katie. So when you're going to have little gripes over nothing there was something you mentioned in rush hour three. Oh it was spoiler spoiler. I guess it was when there was a coal back to a previous saying about Chris CA- saying that Jackie Chan early h rice and he's constipated and then later on in the film he says I'm not constipated anymore and arty is someone that doesn't notice a Lotta things he's not. He's not petty too like acknowledges starbucks cop in a game of thrones sort of episode but way he took Kwame was there was no brown surround. Jackie Chan in the you gotta use the Wasi. Might as well go for it. Yeah because your Shit Talk. Hey you made no comments about continuity or anything or accuracy and to that moment. The water was clear who gives well. Jackie Chan is very fuel so I would believe that he does clip. Did I just thought Burma who knows common. Fight me So yes We have rush hour two and then rush hour three came six years later now six C. Yeah just leave my Chris Taco if men the deleted vision so I'm not sure three of easy we have Brett Ratner like I mentioned before August two thousand and seven the budget not so the first one was thirty three MIL. The second one was ninety mill. The third rush hour was one hundred and forty million dollars. Qui- blow it didn't need to be but again they spend a lot in a totally totally but again friends in love is that doesn't get me off unfortunately But that was a low budget and then the worldwide gross for the third rush hour was two hundred and fifty eight million dollars. Oh so they don't really rick that INS much not as much it. It made more than the first but less significantly less than the second. Yeah but also at the same time I feel like people didn't know what they had going for them. Unlike bad boys which has spanned three decades but again going listened to that episode. So thank you guys we love you guys I'm feeling like you know maybe you don't need to hear it and that's fine I can. I can shout at you and it can be just as pleasurable. But I don't know I feel like at this time. It's just nice to give an express love. Oh Yeah it's lovely. It's lovely lovely. I even forgot how lovely was until our wash. It right So let's do it. Let's get into first impressions? I am handing the reference baton To not because he is the author of this podcast. Wow Okay I tried to compliment you with you same boat. Yeah Yeah's ago new. You don't care for it to context mate got on your So first impressions. I am passing the baton on to you. Because you're the honorary residential expert in this franchise. So far away you in your life When you I watched it was was the experience. Like if you want to you know pull in the oval sort of body copy can do that too And just how? How did you feel overall watching this series or loved it? I loved it so much. You know Back then I was. I think into all this sort of martial arts movies okay and also the lost member of the whig thing or your Turkey. Though was I was really into a lot of Russia movies back. Then you know from Tai Chi to whatever tight change. What the Old Lady's do at the park. You Not Watch martial arts movies until you've accepted the glorious form of Taichi Ache because you mentioned it and I showed you on a Google search yet. You continued to reinforce. The Tai Chi is some bad things that we see what we've been doing. The pox nominee now yoga with their leader. Gwyneth what is it on? And whatever she calls a product I really love this movie. Ages broad. I was young. So does all my brother and he would bring all this movies and I just remember myself creaming my pads and thanking like Jason. I'll watch this so many times and I'm going to believe that that crane was a reference to retain but anyway of course go like some counterfeit can they originated from Kenya. Didn't baby I like cooked. Anyway it was so great watching this like you don't get this. There's lethal weapon with Mel Gibson and then go over and and you love the. I haven't watched far. Well we've got a lot of time now. Okay it just brings a lot of it brought a lot of memories and I feel like a lot St Jeff. Oh okay. This was one of the best things I've ever watched and growing up and becoming old even now just didn't think today's eighty-one Living. Who'S NOT WASHED RUSSIA? To the point that in the ten years we've been together. I've never brought it up just because I thought may you've seen it already costs. You Know You. You just have to raise the bar on how you want. Apprising acreage ignorant. That's a south pock reference. And how you use this podcast. Shame me it's what we do if I'm here to you know. Shame you folks out sexually. What else is my purpose in life? I asked myself that every day was it. Was it a family like did? The family like sit around. Have Dinner and watch. The film wasn't more like you and your siblings Me My brother and his friends okay. Yeah after after before the blue movies I think between right. Yeah yeah go and listen to one of our episodes. We mentioned blue movies now SCA reference Degaulle Station. And if this is the first time that you're listening to US those words don't make sent but the pleasure and confusion is free. Gratis going back to first impressions of for me. I had never watched rush hour. Oh dear Lord Right. It was always that People like to play a game of how old is Katie. I was at an age that I would have even understood the movie in One thousand nine hundred ninety eight. That's about as much as I'm going to give you thinking this guy. Some hope fifty old age age difference. Will you know what like countries a world to pot two ways to me as the way for me to like? Be a cost of neighbors which is never going to happen. A Monica dream though. Yeah not what you choose. Question may grew up watching neighbours and wanted to meet Hana and billion Lou Carpenter carry. Can't even believe and remember these people you know as I thought I'd come here at. I'd see them on the street. I'm so disappointed that that's the case. Let's say Lupita when I get Kenya. You've not checked enough mate. Is it any dingy India? That's what I said. It's my the accent. Yeah some Kenyan stars. Lee Friends in love is Yes I never. I'd never watched The rush hour movies joined the twitter thread where everyone is like shaming me in there but what. Djing it for the first time Hoarau And it couldn't have come at a better time when everything's woolliness shit and we're trying to deal with moving and all of this fucking bullshit. This was pure joy. It just worked everything just what to. Let's go just generally talking about the film. I feel like this film was like happiness in a bottle especially the first movie in like the first installment in this franchise. It just worked so well. Brett Ratner was Quite a big fan of Jackie Chan and his filmography and obviously his stuntmen ship and just came as a referral being So he wanted to bring him to American audiences. You know even some of the running gags that you have we. Jackie Chan's characters that he's played in Hong Kong sort of cinema. He would redo them for American audiences so when he accidentally accidentally Touch the breasts of that beautiful layer that was also from one of his previous films as well. So there's a lot of. There's a lot of respect is a lot of love and there's a lot of understanding It was always going to be Jackie Chan. It was just trying to find who that next person was going to be. That was going to work well with Jackie Chan. Do you WanNa he who the other choices. Tell me tell me yet. So Modern Lawrence was the original choice for Cada. Oh Eddie Murphy was offered the role but he turned it down to make holy man. Wholly money's a good movie. I have not seen that either. I'm not black guys okay. You don't need to be blocked to appreciate good movies. Made really just saying 'cause you know just just because you're black doesn't mean you need to you know jump up and down when you see Kelly Rowland Freddie versus Jason. I will that is not for the culture. I'm sure it is what it calls you. You put it in your spreadsheet you're acutely enough we do have a Freddie versus Jason Episodes. A Go and check that out as well other considerations were Dave Chapelle. Wish he wouldn't have done been greeting. I think it as a compliment. I think Dave Chapelle kind of takes all the attention like he doesn't take the attention but when you see him on the screen you'll just focusing on him. I think it would work. Chapelle like I don't know. He's not much of a Thespian too. I feel like as Malvy as Chris. Tucker is that works to his advantage because he seems very generous. Perhaps as a lover perhaps as a Thespian but he seems very generous with the screen again as a lover or this being on the screen also will Smith would have taken too much attention all of it. Yup I think so I think We'll has a lot of star power Not to say Dave. Chapelle doesn't but I feel like we'll take all of the attention been the will will Smith Show. Yeah Oh yeah definitely It also to back. I think we would have gotten the emotional depth allowed even juice. But Jesus Christ he was a psycho in. Why would you love him in juice? You made his performance because him as a character was like garage. I hadn't performance talking about different mu because he was like he was like dispose of Satan. Jews from what I remember you keep Bushati healthy to me. That's a that's one of the tenants. We must follow to pack and all that he does yup whether living or not Hologram on ought quite a world. We live in. Oh Wow holograms are. As real as day. Alicia govern Belsen listened to Silicon Valley absurd but then people can't fucking wash their hands as they at arm. Now Take Jeez advancing and with you know what robot Jesus come and take us over what's left. I don't know what's left. You WanNa hear fun fact For the rush hour series but specifically for the first film. This film inspired the creation of rotten tomatoes. Ooh Yeah also. The sites found the send. Wong and sorry wrong. He's a big Jackie Chan Fan and he built a website to collect reviews for all of chance Hong Kong as they were being released in the United States. He cursed the site in two weeks putting it up before the release of the film and as we know running tomatoes as much as you slander it. It is a central epicenter For Opinions Right. How cool is that movies? Advertise based off rotten tomatoes score. So yeah it's ingrained into the culture so you know say what you about this series run into maters was born at Lady Gaga is auditioning for that particular role a star is born. I got that now. I know you're you're just laughing just because you're laughing. So how did you feel? How did you feel watching the first movie I enjoyed it? Re watching it made me forget. Just how good it was. Yeah because sometimes the nostalgia can take all right now because we were having trouble. Just find something to watch. And you browsing through flakes and then I saw it. I thought well as well watch it because you are really in the mood to do anything and since you've already done. The chilling part was just about finding something that you know will stop and when I recommended it. I do not think our enjoyed as much as I did right. Yeah so good. The story is enough to sink your teeth into And can I just say the first film I enjoyed the action as opposed to two and three? I felt like the action was very Jackie. Chan focused it was very jackie. Chan really brings value Whenever you whenever you can. I'm sure a will to book him. It's not just having someone that can act and say the lines but it's also someone that can add value with decades of experience and the stunts were fucking flawless. They really were they really. It was a pleasure. It was a delight to watch I just couldn't get over. How great he was. Yeah Shahnaz to Chris Tucker. He he finally got star billing in the third film in the series but Jackie Chan was really not even Arguably Jackie. Chan was the biggest at the time he was globally more than crease TACO. I think just because I think I'm basing this off American audience but was definitely way bigger than Chris. Tucker. Oh yes I think. Friday was threes. Before this Bob Junkie Child you know with drunk and Mazda and we had been vaas Twelve Austin Jackie Chan movies way before this came up. Oh totally like like the world was and ready for Shaw. A pair. Apparently according to trivia knowledge repository so go and fight them. Don't fight me and however I- drunkenly read this. It's still their fault. Apparently this was the first film that Jackie actually did his English. Not necessarily dubbing this case. But it's the first time that he did his own English version in a lot of the time the English dub he would feel uncomfortable and he would let someone else to it but Brett really said I'm shuttering authenticity to the role. If he was to do it speak English but it was amazing. I think added so much to the movie as well. Oh yeah but he was so endearing and it was. It was interesting to note that even before I met. You are tate that we're using a lot of your take as well the way you point to a business card to tell people where to guard what is good for you yes ridiculous. I'm a Dick and you'll love it but it was a think. If he didn't do it he would have lost. Something really increased security role. Oh yes and the fuck Larry Dillon and you could see the connection with him and Chris. Taco felt like there was this actual genuine report. Yeah Yeah and it made his voice. It made it for like a great watching and just really buying into the two characters and really rooting for them. There was nerve pretension. Because if you think about it obviously there are a lot of films that have this sort of formula but where a lot of them failed. Rush hour thrived and it was. Oh I felt so woman fuzzy watching the first film. It just made me feel so good. It made me feel happy. It made me feel like this is why like this is why we want to share this moment with you all and talk about films and talk about movies and you know maybe the no perfect. Maybe out perfect but let's discuss it. Let's analyze it wherever we can Let's let let's tear that pop friends and lovers forshaw. Who who? Oh but how good was? It might not be a surprise to anybody that Chris Tucker improvised the load of his lines. Of course I was watching Interviews especially for in the first rush hour came out and Jackie was talking about how he couldn't understand anything that Chris Taco was saying which prompted the infamous line. Do you understand what's coming out of my mouth. Carl bock get back in our living single episode that did not sound like Krista. It did can. Can I digress for a second? I'm not as much of a a lot of things I love about you. You've got a very rich voice so what I know the listeners. I dying to know aside from what you look like and whether you exist is when did your balls drop like. When did because Chris Tucker Chris Tucker Voice? It's just I don't Wanna I don't WanNa. I don't WanNa claim that he's bulls having job. Don't come and fight me I. I can only deal with so many scandals at a time. But when when do you remember? Your Voice Not Sounding High. Pitch no single point where I can remember. This came out of the. That'd be weird if you're seeing that especially if you're looking at your mom way do we podcast? May It is a downward trajectory and it has been for quite a what I I really can't put a date on it. I think one day it was just them and then you remember a really card which is weird. Maybe people remember those things. But I can't car. Was it worth the journey? Daunte baps not. Let's go back to the film that we would talking about Is there anything else you WANNA say about the first film? No I really enjoyed it and the fucked the age soil. Me Really like it. It's apprised me. It really did and at something. That's really rewatch. -Able Oh yes. If you just want something light in the background that you'd enjoy a without over thinking things and just having a relationship as a borough months like that on seeing develop. Oh it's so hard to do that genuinely and the where retina directed this e. Just you know Kudos I really loved it and I guess you could take this on the surface and that would be completely fine to consume as a movie but I really bored into The the report. And as you say the Burmans between Chris Tucker and also Jackie Chan. I think it was in the outtakes of the second film way. Chris Tucker kept calling him. Jackie in my in my cold. Tiny tiny hot. I WanNa believe that Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan a so close that that's why he kept calling. Jackie you know what I mean like. I just want to believe that. Their best friends and they have barbecues together and they go out having carrier key in China like I just want to that. That's the life that they have. Please don't ruin that fantasy for me. Speaking of fantasy I'm Bert Ratna Amongst other things including was called tower heist the Ben Stiller Film. He directed a lot of music videos. some from my from Madonna But also a lot from riot carey. And that's kind of a not in the first film where you have to. Young's character singing. Fantasy was the cutest thing I've ever seen in my life and I think that actually denotes to a lot about the elements in this film like they are. I guess if you want to say predictable but still enjoyable like you have a kid seeing a very contemporary pop song and then you have those two gods washing her right. So obviously you know. It's going to be them cringing and her having a good time but it doesn't stop us from enjoying that moment if I was watching it on Youtube right now. Half expect what's the guy's name the does decouple career. James Corden unexpected. His face shop on. I'll just put the video of Bob so lap it up James Corden because I feel like the early time we will mention you. I feel like he's been in a few movies. is not the thing that people love. Brin Abi Down don't be James. Corden and Downton Abbey Mega summa. No with no chips at the bucket of chips why okay. So we've established that Merkin of the majority of Allison is now you're now. You're throwing away all of our listeners. A pilot and a packet of tubes two pints of Beta packet of chips. I think he's I think all govern Stacey I got there finally how did you get from Hakkinen chips to govern stacey? Oh I used to have all back in the day so there are many symptoms out there but I think I think. Rt is manifesting. Some of them today. I should've make light of that. But our teammates way. Too Easy for me. Would YOU BE MA? Grodin my main squeeze the main done so I'm done now because we're never doing cats so I don't know when you whenever you're going to he the name James Corden again hoi my do unhappy on them late night. Doc shows thanks. Yeah yeah nothing. My dictators invited by lots. My Dick fell off. Allow okay so I can't strappy an all strap on strep deactivated. Unfortunately what what did he think? Though over you derail this Arti Express. Um Try to bring you back on track. Ed You get away so we were talking about fantasy with the little girl and the bodyguards But I just wanted to bring up like a riding point where you know. Things did seem a bit predictable But it didn't take away from US consuming and enjoying it in its intended purpose Something that I thought was a controversial saw. I don't remember if maybe it was the second movie. But it was when Chris Daca Say The N. Word addressing his filler kin and Jackie Chan. Eventually set it How do you and I definitely don't think that would work in. Twenty twenty two does up in all his movies he does but I also want to point out Quinton. Jerome Tarantino Jerome Elevates Richard Briggs. It makes him less of a chicken Jones. Listen to our Princess Mononokai episode. Because we talk about Quinton Jerem Turrentine. Are Quite a lot in. Can you believe we haven't done a Quincy's Tarintino film? You can believe that. So let's move on. Let's move on to the second film before we do. Actually I forgot to mention the soundtrack. 'cause you know sometimes whatever we feel like it. Whenever it's relevant we bring up the soundtrack full movies. How deep is your love by drew featuring Redman so good such a banger. I didn't know that was from rush hour. I used to have It wasn't let's just call it a mock when I used that is have a more Quinn CD COMPACT DISC player And I used to have how well I'm surprising your cycles. You allowed to listen to that. Dan Alc- The F- The first soundtrack for the movie was produced through Def Jam and consisted of hip hop and rb music The soundtrack was a huge. Success are tate. What does that mean? It peaked at five on the two hundred and two on the top RB HIP hop albums. Oh Wow and that's where we get the number one single. How deep is Your Love Also in the soundtrack we have retained clan It makes sense. It makes sense that we would be on the soundtrack for Shaw especially with eighty boss sitter. You gotta go the low hanging fruit. Yeah dirty we also had a rule on the first Jack as well as Giambi. Ooh Love Giambi. Giambi was also in the bad boys soundtrack. So let's move into the second film and I just WanNa mention some of the guests thaws Cameos or whatever you WANNA call it When acidifies yet? But we're working to wards it. We assure you we have don cheadle mate. As soon as I saw him it was all over. I was I was already sold on the franchise but saying Don cheadle and the character that he played Kenny. For some reason he's on credited. I'm not sure why how dire but Don cheadle agreed to do this early if he could fight Jackie and also speak Chinese good on him. But it's like even watching this. I'm just like watching them. Fight together as one of the best things I've ever seen in my life Like turney stock route. This is the momentous battle That we have which don't cheat here will be more like Billy blanks who. He's that because he's a block com martial artists of the day. Who is that if he told no billy blanks? He's he he. He did a lot of great things back in the day so he was. He was like a movie star. The biggest movers allows unless endless. Billy blanks was around almost thirty S Gar. Maybe it's Katy blanks. No I'm sure people know of billy blanks. It's not an ot say it's a wild wide thing so you acknowledged that their pockets of information that you make shit up on our role in the soundtrack full the second movie area codes ludicrous and make dog. It was specifically for the movie. Oh I didn't know that. Yeah we we also have some songs drew hill again with Jill. Scott and also sustain a million Right yeah you gotTa bring those on the young audience and Spurs. How did you feel with the second movie coming out? Did you watch it at the time? Did you feel like that in need to have it now males living for it? I like me. I did all of these guys. I did mall gave remote and I was disappointed. A child disappointed adult watching this. If it was great I would continue to love to see Russia. Our until the end of time could be to rush off. Ot that's what's that Shit is raped. He's shredded Bro. Lectures that amount of EPA and the dedication the Jockey Putin is movies at such a joy to watch on the fact that you know that he's actually doing his own stunts bowls bowl she gets hotter gets broken legs. E Briggs is fuck and buck. Yeah doing his own. The second movie is the one where he likes lights through that small sort of I n Bar right. Fuck man and to watch that and to know that he's actually doing it about goes. Scott Parker just elevates them over to a different stratosphere because Fara this old few people that do this and and it just you know I'm all in I'm all in I'm like give me rush off fifty and I'll be there. Watching him was like Jackie. Chan is still jacked Jackie Chan. It's rough workshop. My brain isn't as active as it used to be. Friends and lovers just have patients who would you think could win in a fight between Jackie Chan Jet? Li Chris. Tucker come on. Oh we'll Jackie Chan was invited into my heart chambers well before gently originally Same Age Jackie's older. Well still a we mall or we're talking about in their prime easily about in their prime prime gently the wadden and drunken Mazda. Jackie Chan ommercial talking about the film's or you're talking about the abilities because Jackie hens down. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'd go check as well then why you'd be swayed a bit gentlest talented faulk as well. So you know. Kudos to him Kids of age friends and lovers You know people talk a lot about thirty traps. Do you know what that is? Not What did you say? A thirst trap do off-season on your secret grinder account okay. So essentially it's like trying to try to have sixty further and trying to get people thirsty. Essentially ot lays comfort traps where he tries to trap you in Kung Fu conundrums. It A it was one of the contest. It's one of the biggest debates you had the growing up but it's called chain have jockeyed gently. Inde- half Chuck Norris. It have Bruce Lee. How `Bout Shamu shy. You Know Sambi he was like a comfy muster and he had a crossover with Chuck Norris. Some I think Sir I said seven whole Salloum. You've never heard of him before go. Is it a martial arts guy? Fans and love is a meet you at the semi solstice. So you talk about you. Missed the blades. Or whatever billy blanks shooting blanks. Okay if you haven't intimidating name why would your name be blanks to quick? Wait I think that would be a good like escort name? Hib I'm billy blanks. You don't need to worry gotta do raw dogging but like the fact that you mentioned. Jackie Chan Jet Li. That just shows you. He flew back to violet debate. And there's no contest Jackie Chan. He's the granddaddy of concrete. Jackie Chan Chuck. Norris you're serious Jackie Chan's nipples could cut chuck Norris's neck made. The people are there who believe Chuck Norris Pete. Bruce Lee fails qualified. What's so if how you GonNa souped-up Junkin Doris Anyway? That was just a conspiracy theory or whatever we want to screen this right now before I even tweet about our represent. Jackie Chan's nipples could cuts USC. Norris says with an apostrophe because I know my gramma neck in half we'll just cut his neck right send tweet mother focus. You have no idea where you'd I say. Should I say? Fight ME MYSELF. In concert on Nickelodeon. Did you get that in Kenya? Also every Saturday Morning Gospel but I guess also at the same time like do. We need to pin these masters together. All I can. Jackie Chan Be Jackie Chan. It's the like you'd want to know them top dog every time. You know the Spurs. Ooh I am seeing a young Jackie Chan and it is moistening. My Jackie. Chan's wow you off whow my what a world. Let's give some love to Chris. Tucker think well so. Did you know Chris? Tucker aside from Friday. I didn't think so black assault things in More showers his biggest fan ball. He warned he warned me over with his performance in Russia. Okay yeah so I was definitely a fun of him. I didn't 'cause I mentioned to you while watching it. I didn't Really Watch Chris. Tucker when he was out so he kinda feels like a blend of Eddie Murphy and Chris. Rock to me Arkansas. And it's just because I haven't really me about the time I was supposed to probably consume I can see that. But he's he does so few people who could have done this role like he did without coming off as complete astles. Okay Yeah Yeah actually. So what the fuck that? He carried out. You're like in the fast in fast calment and he was walking up to the FBI ability as he'd rather those like give it. I don't get people like that people that just lack self awareness and they just they just expect things to be given to them but the difference with his character is. He's really malicious in any way. So I think we give him a lot of graces his heart on his sleeve so his is is definitely putting himself out there. Like it doesn't mean bad by any of it and then you have him like flirting in the first movie as well Our Record Oregon. The movie doesn't get made now. Well it didn't get made into these staged cancel. That's not why go cancels gob each Like it's crossing a lot of Some of the is that we tend to see you running out of toilet paper to wipe your ass use the script it just can we talk about the TV. Repeat for like two seconds The cussing crop. I think that was the biggest issue. Well it was such an iconic film franchise that you couldn't not associate the act is personalities to the characters because you think about Brett Ratner again. He was a fanta. Jackie Chan so obviously. Jackie Chan was at the epicenter. And then you had Chris Tucker improvising a lot of his lion said. These actors brought a lot into these roles. So it's hard not to associate them when you would watch. Tv Roberto of it. And I think especially with cod. His character Chris Tucker's character. They didn't want to play it too hot because then people will be like. Oh He's trying to Krista but what it did was he fell flat. And you didn't want to root for him. You didn't even care for him. It kind of reminds me you know when you watch like Adam and dragon ball volition. I feel like just for fun. We should cover that. One of these days Aside from the fact that the Chinese GRANDPA had a white grandson. That's a story for another day. Like fifty cent having eighty babies like Boma had like one blue stripe in her hair so it kind of like sometimes when you have like anime live action kind of waters down the vibrancy of the source material. I felt like that's what happened to the TV shirt off Hollywood just lazy writing. 'cause lifted Abeille from the script of the original movie and executed poorly. Because they didn't want to because they didn't say. Do you understand the words coming out of my mouth. They said somebody will. I didn't understand what he's saying so they they paid a Mazda the original references but just came off as really week. Yeah it was really weak like I was watching mate. I think they just give it a film Grad and just give him a script and be like me. Just write something. Yeah and again. If there's any sort of rush hour talk give me crystal. GimMe Jackie Chan Right. Even though as the films went on it also looked like someone through some thirty MC Chris Taco go and listen to our bad is absurd but Chris Tucker can still like third down. And let's let's trickle over to the for the third movie. It took three movies for Kristaq. It's concrete fighting. Yeah having that I. I'm sure okay. I was intentional. I'm sure he's saying it at every movie completely like cut it out. I think I feel like this was the weakest of the three low of the two. Yeah I agree. And the one puff moment was when. I think the one that I really enjoyed Roseland door both senior the club. Oh yes over in no very hot of so body like 'cause you knew you knew Chris Tucker was going to sing. That's that's no surprise to anybody but once Jackie Chan was on that verses pedaled swing hall law this this will stop me from punching strangers in the street Wow it's just everything. The build up was the everything was there. And what a franchise. We had do me baby Performed by Princeton. Chris Tucker is also credited on the soundtrack for the third movie If you watch the outtakes for the second film there's actually a reference to it in the third movie When they're on the plane and there's inklings learning to the fact that Cada is Jewish When you watch the outtakes at the end of the second film Chris Tucker is really struggling to say Kafelnikov Fish. I didn't even know if I'm saying you're right but it completely go cut out of the movie because he just couldn't say it and we were watching the third movie and he actually said it and that was quite a payoff off Pale. Considering how annoyed the producer was Oh yes and the funny thing was in that particular outtake in the second movie. Jackie was like all it was something else who Crisanto was supposed to say three words in Chinese couldn't even do it so it's probably Mandarin Cantonese. And he couldn't do it either. Yeah so it's interesting because obviously you would think that Jackie Chan like needs help But Chris Tucker native he'd Z. Career by his allies which it all but he. I think they would. They would just the perfect combination right because it's very it's very easy to try and overtake each other. When you're in a sort of jouer dynamic yeah I know because he doesn't know his place and I have to put him back to wearing needs to go. Good Luck you fucking sub shave all but all. I'm so glad and also in some sort of way. I'm glad I had never watched this. And this was the first time I've actually watched it because it came at such a time that we needed this Y- really did. I felt lifted. Like you know whatever's going on right now it's quite crazy. There's so many things out there that it could watch soccer. Just bring you your whole mood down. Russia is in the ILJAZ. Lift you up make you forget how crop this everything is. Oh yeah totally. I'm also apparently. Jackie Chan speaks fluent French. All right There's there's also a trivia that I just WANNA mention Before I forget before I forget the Trivia the counterfeit bills that they used in the second movie said in dog we trust and during the shooting. Some extras walked off with that. And they use it in Las Vegas or no. The situation was out of control that the production was briefly. Shut down when the FBI went to the department to do an investigation. That's some good girls pay some attention. Wow yeah out of tried that as well and I will play my Darnay like who is this sexy man. I'm the one the Knox who I am. Why do you do that? Well having hot diggity dog but all everything. Everything was special about this. Yes there are moments that if your cynical and you're sitting there you could predict the storyline but it is enough to have emotional investment. If you allow yourself it's not about the bloody storyline. Get off your body offices but I feel like the story is quite good quite good but it's not about it a low no Russia fighting breath. Rav you coming on me at least not yet anyway. It's not it really. Is it the dynamism between Lee and Kada alone is worth us on that chair for ninety minutes and when Lethal Cada died? Oh so sweet. Oh so lovely so many good moments in this movie. Yeah I especially really enjoyed the first one. I didn't really careful the exuberant sort of production. I didn't care that they will flying off the Eiffel Tower. Like the dynamic everything that made magical the first film. I didn't need any sort of extravagant off to that not to say that the rest of them were bad. But I really enjoyed the first one with with you know with more Hans trying to get into the poor you know or dipping into the port you get earthy for his own mind you get a little bit more flavor so that's happened in this and understandably so because it got so much money vast movie and they're like you're GonNa do better you all so understandable. It's just the way the businesses and you know just got a Ri- that motu right and before we rent a movie dirty movie for nine ninety five. Let's expensive movies as is other rate of renting back in the early two thousands. Yeah I think that's quite in there in a hotel will follow like sense now. Something very outside a hotel slipping a CD under Nikita Bounds of was show. They guy no contact. We love you guys that that is my band aid for at all. let's finish off in a segment. We call for your friend. I'll reference Shanghai noon. Oh I know I know what you people saying L. Sparing No. It's not fun. It's lot hearted. It's not boring. It's fine go. Jackie Chan doing his best in the Western world. You Know Cowboys. And all you need one to jockeying you've got oh and Wilson who's kind of adorable though much to say about him but he's likable. I think this is your coach mate. Lucy Liu and Walton. Gog is do. I need to say well once in Gaza Shanghai. We're watching it. I've not watched may of course watched it for half what succession. What about you I will reference Drunken Mazda? Ooh The film series If you WANNA DABBLE IF YOU WANNA detail in I guess you can start off with forbidding kingdom as well it's got check Chan in it and gently. They fight each other. I'm pretty sure I'm still right. I don't remember who won by. He didn't win. That would be a sham but drunk and Mazda definitely. Oh yeah you gotTA GIVE OUT FOOD STAPLE FOR SURE? It's a lot of movies of borrowed from it. Sorry I'm stilling thunder here. Yeah ooh like Lee. Even though it was more Bruce Lee but Lee with his drunken master in Naruto and I didn't find an organic way to say it. I don't really care to imagine what celebrities look like naked but I kinda WanNa know what. Jackie Chan looks like naked to should be something there Human Chris Tucker running naked through the streets actually was real. 'cause I couldn't close down the set so they that's another fun fact for you is a thank you so much Sticking around we take your conned around who Walton. Gugans it up to Hannah's another week in the foyer reference household friends. Love is Come and fight me. Jackie Chan everything chuck. Norris who you'd be Bruce Lee. You've really turned her when his talk. John Zarrella Dot. I'll meet you in the car park Bro. You know where our you see you on twitter and instagram. We are for your f-fund educator writer Sediba a low of Oya reference podcast. No you can. I think we found out drunken master a new radio. Fyi report goes will do what we're GONNA do it and we're going to do now all right. You can rot us. David lower called. I've got the Chris Tucker bog at AIDS affect it's infectious. Walk Chris Tucker starring parasite. I don't think those are the peaches one. Can you know? He can't come us for how good week and we'll see you later who.

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3286: Let Liberty Ring w/ Sergio Chicon

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

1:21:36 hr | 3 months ago

3286: Let Liberty Ring w/ Sergio Chicon

"What can the Keith and the girl I'm? Keith Malley I'm Hamda. July fourth is Keith and the girl day go to keep them a girl dot com slash store. Get your t shirt to throw on social media. Get your shot glasses shirts by the way CUDA are, go in and go, and fast at the final sizes, right, yeah! I yesterday, somebody bought a shirt. We were already out of that size, but it's. was just flipped over so quickly that I couldn't keep track of it. Visit Social Media for a coupon code were under Keith and the girl for everything, and you'll get a discount, but be part of this July fourth. This pandemic isn't stopping us from connecting. If we gotta do a virtual now, we'll do it virtual. It's always a fun time of year. For is next week. If you haven't started here hearing the fireworks and letting that be your first, it's tear right I'm ladies and gentlemen. Let's get right into today's guest feature on Gotham comedy live, bt, comedy, central and a good friend of my girlfriend's Sergio Checo Nilo Sergio. Hawaii I'm the Horia Hey, you never. Have you ever had an introduction that included a good friend of my girlfriend. Did it feel a little threatening to you. Aggressive no conflict my PA sweaty. I walked. What have I walked into? And apparently, they liked to regularly talk Sergio Tacoma. You guys met doing. Stand up right, and then you started boxing in a gym that she worked in teaching boxing, right? That's correct that is. Then she moved to a different Jim you, you work at the gym sometimes. Are you going crazy because these fitness people? Like if Kyle doesn't go for a run, she's mental. So you know and I know you know that you know these people. I I'm trying not to exercise so much so I don't become like you guys who need to stretch all the time who start seeing clouds. Dark clouds in their head 'cause they didn't get to. The you know run-up fake steps you. Only now. It's a real wing man. We have we behave like squirrels are always like. Right just looking for that. Yeah, looking for that nut is you know breaking a sweat, but I've been good I been doing well, I mean. I've adopted. Quickly Alice hung over when the planes hit. It was at one day to get their shit together. Because what happens is I can no longer trade people at the gym. So the options were virtual and the idea that was like gross I was I don't want to be like billy blanks on. Doing it and you know I jumped into it and I'm doing a bunch of things I would have thought, but it's actually working out. It's a different animal and I'm having fun with it, and now that the pauses been lifted a little bit of people on the park. You know right to. Do People Cheat on a on a zoom workout. Oh. Man, they? Oh Yeah I'm doing the pushing. The bond just like on the side. On, the head, right? You know I cheat so I have actually a friend of mine was a yoga instructor, and just to be innovative and creative all this shit that we're dealing with I figured I'll do a half hour. Body weight exercises close the show when a half hour yoga y'all can't do that Yoga. Sign like I looked like Michael Jackson. Thriller Coverage is laying on the side. Make your of cameras now facing towards Golbright there. I love that I. Love that. you called it a show. You're like I'll start the show shadow boxing, and then we'll end with yoga a little nama stay in session, and we have our opener here we go, exactly I'm Tom to fucking village from all the different worlds are making my own. Body Award. How Long Gerard Daughter now who I met not too long ago shortly eight years old. Eight and is that. How long is that? How long you've been sober also not drinking. Yeah, because. Because she was born. That's when you. Up Yeah absolutely I would say six months then. I can I. CAN'T I can't do it. All I can't be a train out. I can't do standup. I can't be a good father. Would that going on so eliminated shit? Yeah, how'd you stop? What woke you up I? Know you drank a lot and did coca lot. We will tell you this. I got to interrupt you. This personality and high energy to coke on top of everything. Yeah Oh. Oh Yeah, Oh, you no, I! Don't have that you know. Is is right in the camera you know I used to get. Another person that had to be come down. Absolutely. It's actually quite that. Every time. I bump into someone from back in the days. It's like that you know that I. I had a I had. A buddy, right and he only. You know he only. That's why his thing was. He, he never checks. I understand that. That never met anyone like that. It's like very rare right I see him I a Gotham. Eight years ago right and he was drinking and I was like. Oh, no, you drink, you're saying. Oh, you know I'll be fun. How? Like you've got a new credit or something, you're in her late night. Maybe have family. So you? How how bad was it or great, was it? It wasn't a wasn't a scratching. The Face Soars and all at the bank account. Bad Banca combat it was. A. Bad. According to my terms like I don't think anyone was able to really tell. But for me very much felt a manageable, and I was very unhappy, and it was disrupting relationship with The people I love most. Most appoint myself and the way I perceive the world. Ways are what the coming dark you know. It was very lonely. Place and I had to fix that. Shit up, kindred up real fast. Had you do it? Several Times. A. Better was a cold Turkey than work then I would. Create this thing in my head. Where all I know what I'll do I'll just drink. You had once a month, so technically began about twelve times a year. I told myself back, yeah! What's a month that never worked. I told myself I would do it once a week, you know. So, there was a constant. Plan, those always a plan, but I could execute the plan. And finally a took that. It took me to the point where I had to seek professional help, and that was like an outpatient thing, so it would be a meeting professionals three times a week group sessions, and I had the therapist and that sort of structure. Being held accountable. Paying a little money for it. I. was helpful and also sharing. The journey with the people I love then don't know this is what I'm doing. This have to do to get better. Support me in it. And had support on. So why eight years is a long time to when when the corona virus hits and you're stuck at home does does that affect it at all, or you have absolutely absolutely I'll tell you this. As soon as corona, that is the perfect time you know right, and then that that feeling. How can I fuck things up if I can't leave my house right, so you think like? I said I have this vision in my head Oh. Yeah, just have a cold one. Pack of cigarettes on set walk around the block. Knowing that all goes to the had all those things are. Combated easily got those. Skirmishes because I. Get so many positive things that those other starts at this point. Because I, look forward to care for my daughter, and I look forward to going for a run I built so many different things that give me positive a positive outlet that they're very smallest kind of brush off on the shoulder at this point. Thank goodness, right. That does your wife drink? Should, thus sporadically you know. Is that tough at all now. Actually prefer that drinks. Why you get a little taste. This. Thinks. He's having a good time. I have a good sign. Everyone. Everyone gets a little loose. Funny Sergio instead of like subject. Please I can't. Is She to exercise the way you are. Kyle does not let up. You know this is she can't be but. Not. Me Let me. Ask you this based on your eye movement. Is She in the room somewhere labs? Okay all right, but I also have a lot of shit going on in my apartment. I'm a big animal lover. I'm too. I'm too animals away from bigger animals on I got eight snakes. Sue Cats a pit bull. Constantly zigzagging around Salt Lake I'm the wilderness right now. You how many snakes a? Let's. All legal. Party. Yeah got gotTA. Take the place of drinking right job. You're not lime, Bro, you know. I didn't. Yeah! What is your love of snakes? About was just that they legal so meet somebody on craigslist. Go to the park you know. Park for the snake that might not ever come to my knowledge. No, that's the throne got sick a ship Tom and that's they can come. I pay ask all right. Snake comes like. Is it going to be healthy? It's GonNa. Be a good fake. Going to be a snake that bucks middle. Snake, but it's made out of Oregano. Lowly Shit did they roaming around this? On I've been A. Big Animal Lover since I could remember now to have my own place with a nice amount of space. It's really as a hobby. I, build, his naturalistic enclosures will like coconut betting trees. You know and I put them in. A peaceful thing for me I. Enjoy them really enjoyed the majestic. Be Stay are. Nothing more nothing. More than see that tiny snake eat a big fat, fucking mouth. It's so it's like slow music when you see Cohen down the throat into the. Man I love it i. It's. It's only something called hurts guys like me or called herbs that the herbs like it comes from a talented study, not harpies, but reptile delivered on that I have no idea how that came about but. I'd find it. I'd fight that. Say the forward. I'm. I'm an AIDS. I like to help out animals. Okay all right. Surgery. You can hear by the way he was on nonsense with kiling Carmen. That's where you may have I heard him. If you're listening to Keith girl I, follow you on twitter Sergio at Sergio CICCONE. and. Your Bio says I'm more impressed by the bio that says I'm a father comic fighter, personal trainer and student of life. Would you learn lately by life? I'll tell you I've learned that. The billions ability to adapt. Quite well, man like I'm having a great time during his pours, it hasn't faced none. Yeah yeah, that's. Berry up battle when you're bracelet. When you embrace that change, it's all good. It's what we what we put so much resistance. I liked that that Keith. That qualifies you trying to Fucking Burn, but I think the smoke came your way. Do you get nervous. Seeing cows, kids, and the when they get into trouble that eventually your kids going to be the same age. No not at all because. I hit my kids. Cal keeps trying to stupid love approach and it's like. You know I. Don't know. Maybe it's not working. John's my slump. Try It on Sooman. It's easy to get caught up with you. Know what the possibilities for the Future Hall of back China that big about it somewhat present time underside to all the right things and be present I don't really allow that. The occupant occupied so much space really as far as the past as well I. don't go back there so much a right here because all the other shipment is just noise really. Every time I do a little too much of that. I feel rattled and anxious. I'll do a lesson. I try to. Stay you, you're like the. Where are you? From? New York WanNA raise lower east side, lower east side. Here here so you're the lower east side Buddha like? Wow, you were raised on the lower east side and how old were ask for? All boy, you saw everything. It was a war zone Ham. That was war. Answer here that people who were living out in the lowest AFLAC two weeks in lots of hair all know Eastside story. Wars. Head. Forget about if it's not about the Bronx. Bronx over lower east side of the ninety eight is. Of like Oh. Well I didn't I didn't know like I I discovered the the Lower East side about twenty five years ago, and it was just in at the. It wasn't dangerous anymore if People get so offended when I say dangerous about their neighborhood but I. Come on a little bit but it was just before everything changed and. Okay! You're looking at me like that and you should, but it was known for heroin. Keith an I met at a location where it was above a brothel on on Allen Street. John's yeah cut. It was a prostitute. Just go one. Right happened to be above a brothel, but it was like this. Open MIC freak show where anybody can do anything for six eight minutes and homeless people took advantage because it was only three dollars, so they can be there for hours. Wow, but offer cool. It was very cool with the used to be you know, please live here now. The rent is just what one of the most expensive neighborhoods in New York Yeah. IOM. All offended by people's idea of the. Side in fact, I enjoyed talking about it. I didn't think it was a big deal. When I was a young kid, I saw drugs being sold and done right in front I i. it was normal to me. It took years later for that stuff to be removed and see a whole deflect. I was like Oh shit. That's not really the way. To be, but that's the way it was there. So the violence drugs and all that stuff. It's actually it's fun to talk about the people because people people are so interested in hearing about it. Sharing Anything I've experienced in regards to that because. It was just a just what it was, but it never feels like. Oh, it wasn't that bad. It was it was. It was a lot of drugs I remember seeing a guy. who had a tattoo of a syringe on his form, and he's the shoot up in the syringe. That's commitment to the drug. That's like A. Body of energy moving around you. And his buddies. All like. All. And it was just a bunch of characters like that, but you have to understand. It was also intertwined with a bunch of artists to. I remember seeing people sell their shit and the walking with that really cool stuff always followed those music going on like a Tompkins Square Park at at things like that, so at the same time does. A nice mix of very creative people there was a lot of drugs, and there was a lot of there was a lot of gangs not. Color gangs like like blue. Bloods and crips before like block gangs like individual collects like that. We have a friend. just would who who talks about she. She was a heroin addict for a while and she also. Yeah. Yeah, she's clean for a while. She also sold. We'd We met her on the lower side. She sold Weeden She said something and I think I'm getting this right like it seems like the lower side the time everybody knew who your neighbors were. So if you enter and you're not really part of whatever's happening there, you're sort of like illuminated. And she was one of the few people I think the few white people who were able to go in, and not you know. Not Have Siren on honor. Is that make sense? Yeah, absolutely, yeah a lot of times the. So. When you? There's A. Blocks. That were anytime. You saw a white person that you knew that will copy drugs a lot of the drug dealers. That would this look like a custody? Aka Customer, you know. Name. Out, thank you Sergio. The cops on that what's going on? By the way I'm sorry, let me Is this in the way that my? Voted Sticker, let me just move that. Odd just world better place, speaking of which so it's it was the Democratic primaries yesterday here in new. York and I went and voted, and of course in other other. There's all these things on the what to do. So I! Voted all checks, except for that bad. You know and the more foreign sounding the better. I so I hope I played it right. And Yeah and then you pick you know. Who who do you want to run against trump? And you know the only answers Biden, but if you're not a fucking door Ke- you pick somebody else, because then when the time actually comes against trump you go by, but in the meantime you say hey, this is who I would actually like so i. voted for Bernie so that the Democrats know hey. People do like these kinds of policies, so I go. The I go the extra mile I I opened up the paper and they're saying well. Biden was picked far and away, and it's like no shit. Idiot y'all a bunch of boards at parties. and. Then you wrote like I'm GonNa, pick this one. He's the only one. Keith you are not aboard, not at a party or podcast. You just made voting fun. I make voting foreign. I have a good time. You know it went to. I also wanted to see what the VIBE is. You know I there the. Democrats are going to be wearing masks at the pro at the You know. Do, you know they're gonNA care. You know they're gonNA social distance and that kind of thing so I felt safe, and and everybody was nice, and I, got my stickers and I. I don't know if it's because things are so weird now that it's not business as usual because usually when I vote. It's the saddest thing because. Whoever's at the door to greet? You is asleep. They're the you know the too old to stay awake any time. I finish voting the look at my voting record like somebody will see what I just voted I. Don't know how that's. That's legal. But yeah the ranch. Yesterday I was very surprised. Congratulations? Some heroes have no capes. That's that's very true. That is very true. I'm seeing corona virus all over. America's going up again because. Everybody thinks something changed, and it's a free for all. What's that as to? Face to I don't know if the would America go crazy if we went back to phase zero. Because nothing's new wait until you have a I, don't know. What do you think Sergio wait until we have a vaccine in September October? What are people thinking in the last seven days? Let's see average number daily new confirmed covid nineteen cases in the US. The last seven days thirty thousand previous seven days twenty, two thousand seven days before that twenty thousand, and it's going up in a big way these going I can a Florida Texas you like that. It's not a New York. Though right. We'll see yeah I I. Think New York is doing. We're doing Raleigh. You know the the the fact that matters. I was. I'm still very careful. I'm moving forward and I'm excited about the openings like I'm enthusiastic about it and on a personal level you know my mother's older when I visited. figured. I feel like I've been around. Five, been hanging out so much I'm like maybe I should seem and ten days. This is the way they. Want to say is that I feel like I? Got To take care my body a mine because looking at numbers like that and taken out all that information at this Israel like it extracts energy from me when I hear about the spikes. The only thing I can do is be responsible with my immediate family and my friends, but if I look at nobody's. Of, the news that should makes me depress you guys. Geo Energy. We'll be running the OH. Matt Club for. For the rest of the time? I get mad at teens. House haircuts essential. Fuck is haircuts. First of all we going. Who cares what your hair looks like where you because that's not the end of it. You get a haircut, and then you go back in your house now but I know I know that we're shitting on people. I think everyone's doing it a little bit wrong and a little bit right, but I don't know that it has so much to do with actual haircuts as much as it has to do with some people just have to go back to work. not that you know that's a reason, but if you're going to open things up I think it gives people. Of their finances, their livelihood, so you know. That's that's the the haircut, so gio. Did you save yourself or did you go to a place? Do it myself along, go with it. Easy brushing my teeth. I do it every fucking day. You're not recipient walking around with a rain I. Don't ring. It's like brushing my teeth every bait. Sarah head. Snapping a finger. It's easy. He's straight straight edges on the bear. Obviously want sound like an asshole. Obviously we'll. We'll have to go back to work I just can't help but think you're the fourteenth person in line at the barbershop next to my house and I'm like for what? For What Gio? I, you mentioned these other states I'll. Maybe it's Not New York these other states because they're opening up and slowly. New York is now, so we'll catch up with those other states no worries. Yeah Yeah. We may but listen man. You know what I'm thinking about. What's? Affecting me is fucking fireworks, and because my temple, this poor girl right here is a is a mess. She is paralyzed by fear of the offer the sound of the fireworks so that's my battle. Is Blowing these fireworks up. How did they get them from? Probably Pennsylvania made, but I understand. People are boy they've been at. Home for two months. They come and go to the club. You can't go to the blog. Do and get a head coach, but also more on now. Works and feels good. It's outlet I get it. But it's arise by dogs, and that's my battle as there were more than five words in. The strengthen and you should have so put on my titus shirt. Shortened my neck. Tougher and. I know! You know. Even lit up a cigarette and American spirit, because I try to be safest possible. Twelve dudes. Blown of fireworks, what I did I went right back home. I didn't know that came in packs. I count. One two. Men blowing up explosives I'll go back. I went back inside so my wife. They're almost done. Don't. You! Know people you gotTa understand that people hang up. They gotTa have released. Listen to dump o'clock in the morning. It's fine. Right there's shooting bottle rockets at each other. I yell at me when the what the fuck and they're like. You wouldn't let us get a hair got. So people out there, you've got to understand. People are reacting to the Shindo weirdest ways. Man You know the isolated so people like drinking. You know you don't know what's going our people. I'll tell you. During a five day, curfew was the scariest as because. Not was respecting the curfew. Those people that creepers out there four o'clock in the morning, the second to last day of the curfew we have been, and I said we me and my wife. Wakes me up. She says babe at someone in the building above ground level apartment I have my own entrance, but we felt like someone broke into the main entrance. Show enough. We look at a cellphone. Surveillance Camera. We see two guys still in packages, so might make comes a minute or two behind the take. The packers I gotta get the props. Still that didn't clean job breaking glass they like. They pick the lock they. got. You know, pull the. Cart with them nobody. Organized. Gentlemen they were gentlemen. I walked down the block during curfew Brian my pit bull and I look at A. Quick acted quickly opened a packages. The I found the packages of my neighbors shit on the floor like a half block away I go to sleep. That's four thirty in the morning five thirty in the morning. I hit another. Like a bang. What the Hell is this? I peak on my window like this because earlier. Old Man. And right across the street from me, there's a Brownstone beautiful brownstone and annoys me that someone bought that recently. Because you don't have a lot of fucking money, that's me being. You know whatever that's me being insecure. Why am I mad at someone for having the? One to about four million dollars Brownstone I. Don't like them for that reason, but anyway. I see a woman well dress. We'll Buchan wedges on. Wedges. Bow Tie. On the top of the angle securities wedged shoes. She got a nice blouse. Purse has done, and she's smiling. She proceeds to clamp over the gate onto the brownstone steps on her hands and knees. Are Looking at how through the window? She goes to the. Senate to the door, the get rights door. She pulls on a hammer, smashing a glass. Looking around smiling laughing. I'm the what the focus. Oh, my thought is! She's just drunk. She had a long night I. She's trying to get an apartment. That was this thought then I thought no. That's crazy. She looks like fucking nuts. She's trying to break into the neighbor people all the Brownstone the opened the current looking at her, and she's yelling at the Hammer. You're saying it's a Lotta Gray. She proceeds to crawl down the brownstone steps backwards like like like honey badger back. She tries over the gate last the at this point you perceive. She moved walks backwards up the block with the hammer like this talk. Some thinking was this alluded. No the. Script said. What's the description service? Don't be stereotype. The stereotype colluded is. Like me? Should it look like me she was. You know. I'm thinking maybe. She's the Scots would love her right. Who else does a crime like? That fits rugs on pop some pills you know, but she moved walks. Up to the next street with the hammer yelling. Stop. That's all she did. She hammered in a window and left left. That's IT and then giggled and proceeds will always have to block a wedge issue fucking wedges on now. Wedges are tough to be climbing in. Terms or wedges and shattering glass with a little bow holding up your shoes roof roof. Are you missing. Are you missing half of a finger surgery? that. Index Finger Right Index Finger. How'd you cut it off? Table saw say up a nail rural. That's a good work right there. That's. Chronic manship right there. You only have one bend in your finger. You still got the nail. I mean Dr Way I. Don't Remember People I. Don't know, but people's names shit I'm terrible names I'm pretty faces I'm just burnt out. I meet a lot of people but I remember surgeon who paid my hand with Dr Way? He hooked me up. So I had a couple of options that cut off on the table saw and they said. What we do. I would lay now some hardwood floor and my apartment. The last cut in the would and the Alaska had a not in it. and. I'm working with the state was not on the table, but on the fucking brand new floors, slipping and sliding. Sliding Muga backward like the lady with the Arab. Then last coast, six inches and a pumped up. And it went up. My hat could have been on that. Some I'm actually pretty lucky. I, said okay. You cut off the finger first of all. Does any of that stuff kick in that? They talk about where it doesn't hurt yet. And did you have your shit together? Who picked up the other side of the finger what? Kind of. Like a sausage cut like birth and this opened up so all I can smack. It was just mangled and opened. Don't. Say didn't have a clean cut. It cut down the middle. Oh. Shit Nah I had no idea that the colors that were in that. Had No idea. I was very complicated. That wild is white lines and. Shipper shooting out where anglers was pulverized. Did you stay calm? Oh. Yeah you yoga. See that a big ass. Water Bug just when to go to pay that guy you're trying to. Imagine that one hundred other hard. 'cause you deal with it, but you know your fun and you get to the hospital. On 'cause New Yorkers I. Don't forget that you can call an ambulance like New York. I take a cab. Accident. He. Sits Weird. Liberal car service because like the local liberty, 'cause servers and they're like. would be that five minute by minute and I'm like how much visit they'll offer. You Twenty I. can do no I'll come up. Enough you. And you know. Like a limousine boomerang of the bag blood center windows. Like. Because people people don't know before Uber's when we to call it. Outside of New York, but I remember calling up cabs, and I would be sweating before I picked up the call, and we would decide which one of us was calling, and it was very rare that we did because everything was like twenty five dollars minimum right just to get to one place, so we'd be like Oh. WHO's calling right? I'm calling. Okay, get the address. Address Ready. Have even if you know it if it's your own address, write it down to. You're looking at it because they will hang up on you the pick up. You don't even what he's saying. You gotTA. Know that you're not gonNA. Not Saying that's him saying where you going right. Yes, okay, so you pick a piece of where are going and you're like? and S as soon as you say, he hangs up hangs. Shit up and then ready now they're like. Thank you so much for your service. Why. I mean you talk about people who can adapt hoddle? The Sunrise Dominican car service. Like I'm amazed by people man, we all resilient man. We were Special Palmer's advocate. Palm have prime real estate. Stand a lower your side. It's this lady. Sitting in the front I've got one lady. I was shooting a sketch. I forgot the breakfast sketch one. Of those already places and I was an all. The fact that she had this property and attention avenue way other Hutchison Five. Who Goes Nope as this money? As she heard me, she got so pissed off, she came over A. Outta here, you'd be very suspect. And I warned her that every time because no one's going, you never see anybody going in and out, and they have like you said prime real estate. They have a window where they just sit there or they sit outside and they are sitting there. Their heads are in their in their laps in their hands. Sorry, and it's five dollars a reading another up selling and you know they're like basically robbing you after you go back in there, but. And sometimes you see like five kids in the background like. One with diapers and you're like. How many it looks like a clown car of a house. The Front of the store is very narrow. It's like you're like in Amsterdam and looking at like windows of hookers exclusive. It's just like that, and then all of a sudden the back like you know, secret door will open in like three kids come out, and then like an anti comes out and and in the middle of a reading. Maybe the kid takes over. I! Don't know the route is always how way, too many clothes on the kids weights with little close. Consists of where they're always like I always say bail eggs like the always. Someone's always a diaper. There's also going to the. It could be soiled. We don't know is this. I, would never feel like walking in there and it looks like Mako feel an easy walking by sight. So turns out after I got schooled about this woman, there was A. Customer as she was out of the elect twelve times in the ATM, so there's people. Who? People. WanNa be sold on. Something man, this one at least something man that you know. And that was that. A lot of people we don't know what is being able is having a fucking palm. Read of someone talking about them and their future. They love it and that show little attention some accuracy there you know, yeah, have claimed Ben you know what I am a person right you're. You're going to die in July twenty twenty over at a time. There's Tim around the corner. Well, sure is another twenty. Why not I mentioned your? What is your nationality? Puerto Rican right, right? My Mother's for Regan and my father was Puerto. Rican have Dominican. Okay could tell that's in the is now. I only thought Dominican. Really Yeah. The last name is very can't gone. As. The jungles of Dominican Republic. They'll other place where you can find that last she. I remember in now. Is Sergio standup. He mentioned how. He was dating a white woman and she asked. What's the difference between Puerto Ricans and Mexicans. So stupid, you know. I love and hate that joke, because as my Go-to of I'm struggling on stage. Is the old fucking joke, but it always works. It's like one of those. And I hate myself after doing it, you know. Dot fucking cheat at. My door my life. To the audience out so I, do I. I'm so sorry. Better than that I'm sorry. What else do I WanNa talk to you about our. By the way speaking of masks I thought this was funny. Jesse case on twitter wrote. We need a better term for people that won't wear masks. How About Respiratory Truth irs or droplet deniers or can't make anyone come crew? I saw I saw you probably did to the? Lease doing performance. Nobody's wearing masks. He passes out on stage surprise surprise. He has cove in nineteen. Yeah Man Yeah. It's I. Mean my boy. I just saw Norman. You've got Mark Norman. I saw a little clip of the first show. He did after this whole mess. And, he wasn't wearing a math and Crou- was I mean it's like one of these fucking Improv groups United Cobra rooms that four hundred, so it's half full. Of People nobody was wearing a mask. Exodus and the everything is lifted. Gyms are open and there's been a spike. It's like guess this. It's wild. Crazy, and then D. L. Hughley gives us advice like we shouldn't perform on stage. Show fast like I. Know You did it. I don't need the rolling stones to tell me to stop doing drugs. You know you did it. You're the one who did it. Yeah, that's that's not scary man. He passed out on stage. Yeah, he says something, but it sounds like he's having a stroke. You can't tell what he says. The audience laughs because it didn't make any sense, and then he falls off the store. That's why. Now. Let's say hey. When did you find out you had cove? It goes on stage had a little mini seizure up stool. But you know you've packed the house. Yeah you, are you? You were protesting for black lives. Matter Right. You know it was under the umbrella, my main focus and Police brutality. That's when that's when I when I heard about. Taylor when I heard about George Floyd. Finished onto surface and I felt strong about that and just so happens. That was under the umbrella. Black lives matter like those people who organized the protest, definitely protest, wisdom but I. Don't I support a lot of a black man is does, but I don't know enough about them, said like really I just don't know enough I. Know Not about police brutality. What reforms changes I would like to see? Take place in that area, but when it comes to black lives matter, that's such a broad spectrum, not able to grasp fully I got coupons. Now. It sounds to me like you get it. Yeah I got pleased Batali. You know so when I when when I'm watching I'm a protest and talking about just for George Florida Brianna Taylor I. Get that and get that police needs to fuck could be held accountable for the bag actions now when it comes to black lives matter. Obviously right. But this so may differ facet as so many different arguments battles that come into twelve and. Try to stay focus on police brutality because I know that I experienced that so I try to channel my energy as support so that. Like. There's some traction if I'm like. Going to many different directions and not being goal oriented if it feels very very tiring and exhausting. Experiences you had. Well you know. Everything from stop and Frisk. You know when I wasn't. The PERP. Having friends who were being by cops to having a gun pulled out on me. Because Donald Surata a burger or something? A time at your giggling with a Hammer, no! No was walking. Okay, the fence. And the COPS defense. I. I hopped out of livery cab or a yellow taxi and undercovers came with a gun I'm thinking this five bucks like doesn't it doesn't require a gun to the head. You have caffeine in crime. Committed a very. It's a busy. and. They came very aggressive. And then another time at the Puerto Rican. Day, parade. Time where my my my. Wife be the fresh out the box. I might have had a little shape on it. Fresh out the box. No Yellow! It states smelting. You keep the tape on. That says it's a large. Forgotten, build it up so satisfying. And then I use its exfoliating lips. Some walk-in. Shaped up, nice one had number to fade swish across. Early. Two Thousand and I'm walking on the grass. And is cop stock a little bull terrier electrolyte red face is get onto grass and before I even answer him. He takes he's I'll take by bell. You fight me. You won't find me and all his. Boys because that's what they act, act like gang, so I'm not going to say it. Only boy surrounded me. They had sticks and that he's come out one one right frightening and I didn't commit a crime I. was this walking on Grotto you got to? Get off the grass, right. This was twenty years ago and it turns out two weeks ago. When protests I'm walking peacefully I'm not all the chance red sox about what piece Suck My. I'm not into I'm so old for that a more mature. The now walking this marching. On six years older than you. I'm not too old for that. Yeah, I'M NOT GONNA. I'm against. Walk with the dog and this. This cop yells at me onto the sidewalk and before I even knew what he was talking. Who you're talking to look back and it was the same scene. It was a dude grab in his waistband at his boy surrounding me. Get you hear me talking to me that way. Ignore them. Grow the my father, always winding sidewalk. Baxter in deserve the Emma Gel so they wanNA. Give my dog hurt. That's what I saw. I saw him doing something door. That would have been awful, but you know it's twenty years later and the. Still the same shit and I get it down edge. It's. The overwork fuck that it's all in the same. What Am I. GonNa put together a fight club with strangers. Back, so you know. Of. The questions asked like are. About black lives matter, it is very specific to me. Is Police brutality? You know obviously all the flights that Darren engaged in I support of a lot of it, but definitely police brutality. I think that's the big thing to me. It sounded like Sergio said. Me Too okay I didn't look at all Lop, but my where I stand I. Don't like seeing women abused. At the whole thing I think you're alive, but I think. It gets tricky. This gets tricky when you engage. With Dr Bags are like all a wasn't a racist thing. Police, brutality, issue, right or not. All cops do that, so I keep it very specific. Were just that a lot? In. Terrible at engaging somebody goes yeah, well. What if and I go nope? League so I'm not the best in Gandhi, Jer. Don't give me wrong, but you don't have. To. Me By that yeah, it seems like. So some people want to other side of. The. Capsule racist or there's only a few. Racism doesn't really exist. Is Police brutality? Then they go back. The other side go all at racism is an issue, so it's very specific police. It'd be held accountable, but back actions. I try not to get involved all the other ship because it makes it very complicated. Did you see these companies like aunt, Jemima. Uncle Ben's. Cream of wheat. They're finally changing their racist logos. I was a kid and I knew it felt wrong I. See ben and I'm like I. Don't know your. fucking face that you're putting on their. It's strange and I'm from the concert. How you feel about that. I. You Know I. It I start by having feelings and then I. I change it to this. It comes from all the rest of it. It's like It's all part of it. You know just yesterday. We learned that they used to be in the in the fair. We know the carnival. They used to be a booth where you throw a ball at black people that was a boost at every fair and that that was like you know seventy years ago. Maybe and you know like I. Don't think that people in this country saw black people as human beings. Could it not trickle down into? This is our view of them. This isn't unless it's black owned. You don't have a perspective unless you. Have that perspective. You shouldn't be putting out that image. It just goes along with everything else. Also. Also, if if if a people tell you that this is not cool, then like I don't I don't really know what to answer. You know when you see people fighting for an my face. Well, you got you got a problem. If somebody was to say like you know. Hey this is This is a product Israeli doesn't come from Israel, but it has some sort of depiction and I go. Oh, you got it a little off, and they're like no, because history this and not unlike are. Are We. Is this conversation? We're having I said you got it a little off. You Might WanNa reconsider, but then no, we gotta like escalated. And now it's a fight over what seems like something very petty, but you don't understand what you have off there what you have off. There is the difference between you seeing me as a human being that I am which is just another person and you putting me into the space that you constantly put me in. Pepsico the parent company of quaker oats, which has owned the answer Mima brand. Since one thousand, nine, hundred six announced, it will retire the Aunt Jemima, name and image good. She can retire which originated from a racial stereotype while quote while work has been done over the years to update the brand in a manner intended to be appropriate and respectful. We realize those changes are not enough. Cream of wheat is also reevaluating its black mascot, following the announcements of instrument and Uncle Bent. The Cream Week parent company is referring to the one hundred thirty year old, beaming Cook logo, which was based on rosters, a black character that appeared in minstrel shows in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. With the memo just arrive. You know where they slowly changing their logo like had have out now not to raise a little bit is a little racist. Okay? Like how many letters do you have to get to change your logo? I mean people people change their local just to kind of refresh their brand. You didn't want to because you didn't get the memo over a hundred years I, don't you know? What do you say to this? Because it's like okay, we won something question. Mark like congratulations. Thank you just you know. Hide an embarrassment and shame and put out your product hoping that nobody associated anymore. Somehow a nukes still get to collect your money. WHAT THE FUCK! But. You know what they're doing now. The changing to aunt Karen. And what's? To be right now for woman named Karen like this great person, and he ms Karen, and she looks like the old me to. That sounds racist, but they all look like. You know you WANNA. Hear how tough it is. You want to hear. How tough it is for Karen's. I've inside information. It's fucking not. Name is Karen. What what what what happens? What do you think happens? Your name is Karen no coffee for you. Also also like I thought it was fun in the beginning, but I'm also like calling them the the Karen I feel like it's just like. We it can be done. I think everything should be taken as as comes the label Karen and bothers me, because since like overdone, or does it feel like you guys I? Don't I've bigger problems. I know more about black lives matter than you, so I'm able to so I'm very busy now. The thing does bother me for a fucking half a second. No I get what you mean because it become sort of like the fuel of mob mentality. We haven't heard one person and Keith checking the news. I mean down to newspapers everyday. We haven't heard of someone being oppressed or you know. threatened because their name was Karen, we're not hearing these stories, not even people's jokes, not in the news, not nothing there are no you know. Karen lives matter like what does nothing's happening to Karen? Karen not even if your name is Karen and you've been the best citizen ever are people mistaking you for what you might giggle when you hear the name or go like at wintertime for you, but my name is bin Hamdan in this country for forty four years. No worries on Karen I will, you can call me Karen, and you'll be pronouncing my name. Right for the fucking time. Who gives a shit is so funny. How? That that woman has always existed. That woman is always existed now. Many Times I've interacted with women and is this is so crazy. Thousands of forefront now like it's noon is new to people. I guess just caught at the perfect time you know. Ruin. Week it's the same thing now we have video tapes, and so now we're finding actual evidence, so it's not just a joke in your standup, act or an anecdote that you over here. It's something that you're seeing freely. What kind of cancer in what kind of Karen? Relations, have you had? What had a dude? fucking Karen and I told the story. My wife and my daughter hit his story. One more time role is, but those who, having his dog shit in front of my building and I caught him on camera. Right so I was fucking Tight off. That is and one day. Will work. Perfect, time knows. And I see a wall by Sean, the neck and that belong. Catches that that's an excuse, canaveral or with you. As a coup got very defensive, he noted deal right and I said I'm the guy who has video footage of your dog taking a shit and you're not coming up. And he was who are you? Are you the Super Let's say? No I'm the homeowner motherfucker. Stay right there. I'll show you. The footage and walk rate as scared of course. So I'm walking after him, he's. fucking dogs as the funds under the funding a crossed the street. He says I'm not a big I say now the you of power, so if you want and then I and then I got little because host super thing and the fact that he was telling me. They an a call, the cops let's bonkers like how you play the victims. Your dog is sitting in front of my building at I. Have to clean up so like on the victim of this shit. Yo polluting in front of A. Call the cops on me Watson. And he lives on my blocks simply. The. Cops are fucking decent enough that they will find didn't want would or when I'm saying that I've trucking interact with those ashes all the time. It's fucking sentiments title. At all I'm better than got his focus infra superior. You know for whatever reason. Yeah, it's an Jay Z. Song dudes Cairns to right. He wraps. Workers at an Amazon, warehouse in Chicago have voiced outrage at the company after the facility offered employees, an authentic meal in quotes of Chicken Waffles to celebrate the June teams. Lord June t June teeth. Of course commemorates today, eighteen, sixty, five, the Texas slaves received news of the freedom, only took two years later for the emancipation proclamation to get down to Texas. So they said Hey, how about you make it a paid company holiday? If you want to give something and Amazon in Chicago, said right or watermelon, also, what do you? What do you want? What you want yet did say okay. Someone comes over to my house. Instead of bringing like you know some we that I, would actually smoke there like philophical. Mike Fuck I mean yes, I like philosophy. Philosophy is great, and it has nothing to do with the fact. That I was born at Israeli. You try it. It'll be like who doesn't like watermelon star. Hope. Chicken, chicken and waffles has become like an uppity meal in some places, but it's not. Made Up. What are you talking about right and Amazon said we didn't see the problem because we bought. We were getting the chicken and Waffles from a black owned restaurant. Lord. They went to their bragging. They did the extra mile I feel by the way I feel like a piece of shit. Because Andrea got food at a local restaurant and she goes and I can feel good, because it's black on the. Why didn't just let her enjoy the meal and that restaurant for the rest of her life I don't know but I go I. Know This restaurant with drinking days. I'd be there all the time and. I've never seen a black worker in my life in fact I've seen the owner and he's not black so engine does some research the wife? Is Not Black, but considers herself black, and so now she's on there on the list of black. He's a regular Rachel Bell. And the center. Lane. Consensus? Bright exactly no, you're right. It relate so you can relate you have transgender. You have your Black Trans Black. Oh, my God! Yeah, Oh and now they're on a list of black on black owned restaurants. Yeah, because. They just added to the list. Wait a minute. WHO's black like I kind of relate. I want to know the name of this place. You don't feel comfortable sank. Austin Snowdonia in the story. then. been there. There's no black people. It's called Snowdonia. Are performed there once. Yeah Yeah member remember the Black Pager. I, don't either. Requesting the removal of thirty rock episodes featuring black face, apparently overall the seasons for different episodes that she doesn't want streaming or in syndication. Now I guess I. So I guess you can still get it on DVD and whatnot but. Now So, what? What does this do? What are you gonNA, 'cause I didn't see it. What you guys think about that. Because a lot of people defend that show in saying it was very very very offensive, but somehow it was on the right side when I've seen that show. That's how I hear. It's something I've never seen episodes, but I. don't know the show, but it feels like that's what people say, but what does that mean when somebody doesn't inappropriate thing like Liz Lemon is on the side of good. Normally I that's the way I remember it, and if somebody doesn't offensive thing, it's obviously that third the astle so somebody's in black face. It's obviously that the asshole. It's it's not my place to say I. Guess, but you know. Obviously. She talked to people in felt uncomfortable about it, but to me. It's like weird, and now I would just have to go out of my way to find these episodes. Did I get to the part yet where? See the. Won't let me watch this show anymore, but it's not my place to say, but it is weird. This twelve years a slave. Go Away like because. We're not seeing that depiction or I don't I don't know how to compare it and I'm I. Think I'm comparing weird, but it's like again i. don't know the show and I. Don't know how I feel about. How feel about taking things down like that at good? It's just like you know I. Feel like this so many. Never stops right like that. She never stopped I. Keep on going. I'm like. The attention for me like when I'm like. Wow, this is something that requires some research as how. Some of these arrests being handled one. That was controversial. The had mixed feelings about race Shaw. Brooks. That can in Atlanta. That was killed by a cop. He fell asleep and the drive through when these a he was obviously intoxicated, the cop who initially stopped him. What does it stop it? He stayed at the drive thru so cars are going around. And he he he woke up the couple. Come up to the. He's having been drake. Have One. It's a long drawn out thing that refers COP 'CAUSE A. A, special I guess one of the Dui cops special unit he comes in. Goes through the whole thing the WanNa test whatever and embrace. Sean fails, so he goes to arrest him. And the interaction between great shot and cops was all kind of like light and funny and shot resists resisted. He runs away from the COP against it social. He grabs the Taser charge around points as it shoots it at the COP. The COP kills him. My initial thought was like Yo. Why would a wide a fuck? Would you take a? From a COP. Shoe let them. Especially at the. And and this resulted, so my initial thought was like fuck. What do you do that? Cost Him his life and I felt like yeah, of course the cops. But I should think that way right. Adoga form as having someone else do that Shit right because cops are unable to deal with that. The guy was a violent. Not A guy was committing. A crime is probably drinking and driving, but he wasn't on. He ran a fear or he ran because he was drunk. I'm just saying that could be so many different ways that those situations could be handled right of course of course. This these cops by the way they taste each other for fun. They have their little fight clubs like we're talking about and. That was cute. It's the way I had to go through. Tear gas in the army. They know what it tasers. They know it can only be shot at your wants. And the guy just lost his shit and fired an actual gun now there's no excuse now also if there's if there's a person who's quote, unquote an expert in Dui what the okay. Then that person knows. Sometimes people run when they're drunk, right? A what's funny is like. My brother Andrew like really actually just wants he's off. Feel like going for a run and he runs his runner. He's not running away from anything. He's just like I. can't with all this energy I gotta run, but yet you should be able to run away without getting killed. As a copy of supposed to know, he's not doing anything right right and I and I know I have his car I. Know Who this guy is where you runnin, I'll find. Yes when I hear and I think it's. Funny and interesting at times to hear like what people get worked up about. Let's go back into the archives of. You know if thirty rockets onto for black face. That's just crazy to me. Because I felt like they had section, it'd be like elsewhere with all the fresh. Coming out. That's blatantly like disrespectful to humanity around. When you had the march is going. You don't see a lot of signs complaining about season five episode three. An off-duty LAPD kyw delays on this is maybe a minor detail that guy, even though technically, he was probably most likely. We all know. He was driving drunk. He wasn't driving when he was caught. He was sleeping. That's not even they actually don't have anything to arrest him on what they need to do. As peaceful protectors is to just get him the fuck home, I agree, I would be generous with the assumption that he was Jekyll jiving because he. was last you is. To make sure that I made that clear you know like. When they caught him, he was sleeping. You know right? Now! It's just going to say an off-duty LAPD Cobb claims he found a Tampon in the starbucks Frappuccino as his Police Union decried the act as a disgusting assault on law enforcement. Now you're known right now for being a gang that kills people these cops. How do you use the words? A disgusting assault. But the timeout I would call it a disgusting assault. Okay going to do about it. People assaults each other on the street. Now it's you so, what do you do when there's a Tampon in the fucking Frappuccino? What does the law say? Go back and read the fucking book and do the procedure that needs to stop that kind of behavior period and a story period. Yes, con I don't give a shit and it's like it's not that I. don't give a shit because I'm a fucking asshole. Petty crimes that you didn't give a fuck about when I called you for nine. One one about something like this. You just went to your procedures and you said Ma'am Ma'am Ma'am. I'm just trying to Ma'am Ma'am. You did all that well, sir, or ma'am, or whatever the fuck you want. What what happens when there's a Tampon in the Frappuccino? That's it. This isn't fucking headline news. Absolutely talked amen. Incident happened last Friday. Around two thirty PM at a starbucks in diamond, Bar California, but only came out in the report Monday evening after a police report was filed. WH. Why didn't you tell me the story then when it happened? The the thirty six year old off duty cop was not in uniform, found what he believed to be a Tampon. In his Frappuccino after using his police union develop card, so he saying people saw the cargo I know you're cop I'm GonNa, put a Tampa then you have to have Tampon righty never happened in escaping staement. The LAPD union said this discussing assault on a police officer was carried out by someone with hatred in their heart, and who lack human decency. You didn't make speeches like this. During black lives matter. I saw the cops speeches it was you were the ones being assaulted. Let's see. They hate in their heart. We hope they are publicly exposed, fired arrested and prosecuted for their cowardly repugnant actions, and of course then it comes out that no foul play was solved it all well, then everything you're union. Just said should happen to. This person happens to this this cop that just made up there a fucking Tampon, and of course he did it himself and. That was a list of a lot of things. What was it prosecuted? What was that list? Yeah, let's see publicly exposed. Okay, go ahead. I. Mean that. Means you come to my house to beat me up? Publicly exposed fired arrested prosecute okay that four fucking things when you kneel on a person's neck, and then that person dies. Can we compare that to the Goddamn? fucking Tampon and give that list to those people to what list you have so quickly. You have that list so quickly. Look what should be done. I have a Tampon in my thing that never happened, and even if it did I live in I went home to what the fuck my home situation is, but this is what. Okay and I know that we went over this already, but four cops on one person and they're waiting for backup. My question is what happens. When the backup comes comes here now you can handle this person. They're fucking four of you what we try to manage for eight minutes and forty six seconds. What was happening? Murderers? Okay? Sorry I. Know that there's a tape. There's a Tampon in a cop, so you need to you know Publicly blah-blah arrest fire prosecute, but we don't know what to do about Brianna Taylor's cops. No, no insured just yet what? Laws. The no breaking. WHAT'S THE KNOCK Yeah, no knock warrant. They passed the law. Because what cops conducted that this regarded Brianna Taylor who the cops are still not arrested. How do you pass? Sergio, please. Please Sergio investigating this Tampon thing. They got figured out. They gotTA figure it out. That's nasty. This what you should do, but they're still investigating. Yes, so. When I hear all these stories I need to learn about. Randy Tonight Holy Shit. How does should go on? But then all this other stuff, his thoughts a surface, right? We've got it and the media. We got our social and baby I personally. It becomes a little bit overwhelming for me as an individual I. Don't know how you guys feel affects you, and then it's like. I need to make sure that the bind embody is right, and if I'm going to resist at March or whatever it needs to be done with a goal in mind, because then you feel like all over the place reacting everything and I. Don't WanNa. Be a reactionary. So, easily on Facebook, this three actor everything you. You have a pit bull right, you said. Is it because you kind of are. All over the place where where's the phone? I'm also really trying to get you to feel me. Energy and it feels a little hot. Because got this small on my screen. I was a person. I'll be grabbing a four are no social distance etiquette I will. Keep like threes on. Before I when I talk, you got past some brother. You Got Passion. This this starbucks happens to be inside a target and target said we take these allegations seriously. Oh thank you. Yes, let's begin with you taking it seriously. Okay Great. We have reviewed video footage have not found any suspicious behavior. We have shared the video with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and look forward to the conclusions of their investigation, so we can laugh and giggle you fucking. Idiots were so looking forward to it you cops are liars and the latest thing is faking that you're food was fucked with officers who police union falsely claimed poisoned by shake shack reportedly never had symptoms. Symptoms that's one story. A Kansas officer claimed McDonald's employees were derogatory term on his cup. He made it up. The police chief says a COP accused McDonald's employees of taking a bite of his sandwich turns out. He forgot that he ate it. These are all true headlines. Police, Officer Claims Burger. King served them dark and viral facebook post. It was actually seasoning. You're known for being liars, and by the way you fucking pigs quitting that shit your. That's why you gotTA shoot people when they run. You know how you're GONNA. Catch him your pear faulk. You should be embarrassed. Walk in the streets. Your job is to be physically fit. That is your job. What five talk for a living I'm more physically fit. What how are you is shaved I'm GonNa? You know what Burger King. How the fuck would you ever know what Burger King did? Ways on your weight or a Burger, King did you know you should tell Kyle that as long as you're in better shape than most of the Copsey on the street good? Yeah. Even, when the now Greta bulletproof vests. It looks like they weren't a vet centers. Yeah. I'm house. Let's a fucking Dick bags all right. Let's switch gears right here. Batman Director Joel. Schumacher passed away at eighty years old. He is the director of Saint was fire, not really my bag, but he made the lost boys the greatest. Movie of all time. As so good? That, it did not hit me like it. Did everybody else I saw in the theater. He convinces state. Could vessels Michael these eight maggots? was just rice. Was Awesome. Because ask some of my noodles, just kidding. They're snakes. Just kidding. They're noodles again, Watt. What. That's a trek. So Anyway, r.i.p very good movie I p. he also did a falling down a fantastic movie. That that member that guy another Michael he goes into Michael Douglas he goes into The McDonald's type joint and it gets a shitty burner and goes now. Look see this Burger. Why does it look like that picture on the taken? He takes out a gun out so good because we all want to do that any. Gone. Rest in peace rest. The the bus from the movie that was mentioned in the movie into the wild. Where this guy, Burns, all his burns owes money. Just want to travel the world. He goes to Alaska. People have been trying to go to this bus in the middle of nowhere, and they keep dying, so the government had to remove the bus. They got a helicopter naked the bus. Why so probably be in the Smithsonian or something for being famous boss of people? Hike out there and they die just like the main. The main character died. Did they not finish the movie? He dies in that boss. Holy Shit Yeah. Oh my gosh well. I gotTA check out this bus ups then to. Where's the bus in the Middle Of Cup? LASCA yeah. It's just so cold and in terrible conditions, Christopher mccandless he was. The Guy Spent one hundred fourteen days inside the bus. Let Light. I because it was like a home, he wanted to live on the on the ground and they now. Actually it's a very cold so live on in this bus that happens to be here broken down. Okay, and then he then he passed away over the years. Bikers have braved the rough terrain to catch a glimpse of the historic bus, sometimes resulting in injuries and even death. Last year newlywed woman from Bellarusse died, trying to reach the site from two thousand nine to two thousand seventeen, there were fifteen search and rescue operations related to the bus son, clear with the bustle end up. So then, okay, let me just get the process of this. You read a book or watch a movie and there's a reference to somebody dying in thing, right? Then you know where it is because of the book we still have to like. Find it when you google the place. I imagined. Death comes up every fucking time. And then then you go, not me. I'm in killer shape somehow different than all these other people in various shapes. i. don't what happened. Do. We care about these people. Behind the care again I didn't see any of these people's names on signs during marches. So probably not probably not too much. Adventure here. What happens when you're so close to the bus and you're? Right. I'M GONNA. Leave you with the fun clip today. This is Deborah Baber. She was testifying before the Ventura County. Board of Supervisors to protest requirements that people wear masks in public i. want you to hear what's going on out there It's pretty fantastic against a Deborah Baber Ventura. County Board of supervisors. 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Just Good (Podcast  Season 6, Ballistic Radio Episode 288, March 3rd, 2019)

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Just Good (Podcast Season 6, Ballistic Radio Episode 288, March 3rd, 2019)

"Welcome to ballistic radio. Join us as we discuss hard one self defence lessons as Willis information you need to survive of violent encounter, listen, as armed professionals industry experts, national champions and gunfight survivors. Inter all your firearms and self defense questions while exploring your rights and responsibilities has an armed citizen. Ballistic radio brought to you by surefire, the professionals choice for suppressors and aluminum tools. Sure-fire America's beacon of freedom. And now here's your host, John Johnston. Welcome to degrade brought to you by surefire, the professional choice for suppressors nation tool. Surefire, America's beacon of freedom. I'm your host, John Johnson, remember, you can always listen to hash shows at Blissett greater dot com. Get the latest behind the team info arguments photos, videos, other stuff at Facebook dot com slash disagree DO, and some doing the intro Joe and like I'm hearing myself talk. And I just do like Sean Connery on jeopardy, like there's Joes laughing you can't you can't hear it, but like I sense to a weird Annunciation there that I'm like I don't like that. I'm getting over cold, and I can't do my normal radio voice, because just I can't speak from the same place. And it's just causing all sorts of issues. But hey guess what? This brought to you by lucky gutter and federal premium ammunition, whether there were the firefight or you do, in fact, want to worry about that little guy eating more ammo and win. It's time to restock. You can't beat federal. Amunition lucky Gunnar dot com with shipping department. 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He's the credit dancing guy. Right. Right. And Shamil was actually another dude. Another height man. I thought, yeah. Yeah. Billy Mays was Oxy clean. Right. He was Oxy Ocoee, claim a lot of stuff though. Yeah. Well, you know, hey cocaine. It's. The heck of a pick me up, but I try not to make fun of people's run ins with the diction because I feel like that I'm setting myself up for a, a horrible, horrible situation, whenever I hit my mid life crisis and just fall completely off the wagon on, on the now. Now, actually, I'm okay I don't think that's going to happen anyway. For those that don't know who are in. What do you do? Bill byers. I'm retired copper after almost twenty six years doing that. Then army before that for six years started a training company in round two thousand six and I was mainly teaching law enforcement career soi guy. Twenty two years on swabs. I was teaching so out related courses in tactics and stuff. And then that morphed into firearms based courses that kind of deleo telling we've been doing that for a bit. And then as retirement was approaching I decide to open the gun courses to, to good American so everybody can come to the gun classes now and I'm still doing closed team courses for law enforcement that kind of thing. So I think I mentioned this last show. But one of the things that I think is really in. It's kind kinda interesting how reputations develop inside in the industry, anyway. But you are known for at least in the inner circles and like the places. That I hang out is being a very exacting shooter and having incredibly high standards for your shooting and for your students shooting you wanna talk about that a little bit. Why you think that? Why you've why you think you've gotten that tag or earn? You know, y y that's true. Not true. Whatever. Man, I don't know. I so I think maybe there is. Well, I don't know. You know. Yeah. I'm I'm I do. I, I don't I do take probably my shooting. I am trying to be good as I can be. I mean so the standards that I have set for myself for about pistol, and car being those are the patch standards now. So the, you know, to, to get one of my patches have to shoot my standard and, you know, class for all the time and there's probably guys in here that absolutely destroy those and that's that's gold. They're my standards. But that's the point is you should be stabbing something to, to gauge where you're at and, and then continuously be adjusting them as well. Right. I mean over the years, I've done a different classes. And, you know, guys say, well, here's my whatever the heck deal and for that you get stuff you know panda bear. And I've always kinda corny man. It's a you know, your, it's your standard shoot it all the time. So of course, you were gonna be able to pass it and it's going to be harder for me to pass it because I'm just now, being exposed to potentially or guys that put him out on the internet. Right. This is my, my thing. And and then guys practice that standard in prep. For the course they can go win the prize. And so, I think in my case where I'm case, the pistol course at least I have fourteen different short drills, I randomly pulled for them for every classes, and you have to pass all four back to back to back, which is really really difficult difficult for me to sound like I come in and pass my own standards all the time. But that's the point of I guess, in my head is I, I have a lot of work left to. Right. I can't I can't even pass my own my own my own standards sometimes. So keep me on his keeps me dry fire keeps me going to the range, I wanna be able to, you know, to do well, so maybe some of that, you know, I guess, maybe Decem degree as cops are in general, I would say are not known as being very good pistol shooters. You know, even though the vast majority of cops will absolutely shoot the vast majority of people, you know what I mean, not, not shooters. But the population of the country, most cop shoe. Better than than that group population, but within the shooting community as you know, we have some guys that really can get down. And so I guess, maybe as a cop that shoots. Okay. There's some surprised by that or some something behind that maybe. Well, that's anything censored I just roll around your does does. And it's, it's interesting to like the silica I, I gotta thing that I do in class in it's, it's not super made the round you up, but it's funny because like I have yet to pass it in class just because it's hard I like your approach better, though. I like I like the, you know, all there's fourteen of them, and you don't know which four you're getting, like surprise, you know, and that's, that's much more. Reflective of real life. I think. Maybe not. And I'm certainly not trying to, you know, I'm not trying to get you with a lesson from the streets or anything. You know. So I've told dudes. Like in the past man with my swat team. And with your vision, I like change into qualification course, up all of the time and nine qualification is not training. But qualification at least on swat drove training. And so if the course if the courses afire were difficult. Then do what would I think would put they put more effort into the time that we were giving them to shoot rather than screw around lunch break, or, or just yuck ended up and doing that kind of because they knew, you know, they had they had the practice Bill to maintain the skill set to pass the qualification and case, it's want, they couldn't pass, and they were kicked off the team. So there were keep behind that as well. So I just wish things up guys. You know what, what, what's your problem what he wants to do that? And my point is I don't want you to be good at a call course I want you to be good. And then any call course you shoot should be easy. If you're just good, right? And so I think maybe that philosophy also is what kind of drove me to do what I'm doing with my standards. You don't know what you're going to get him. Yes. Be good. And then you're passing one. That's. That doesn't make that that is. So like utterly we should really just stop the show right now. Be like, hey be good. And you'll pass them those. I mean that's really all there is to it. You you've just taken the entire. The next thirty minutes and made them completely useless. So I don't know what to say now it's, it's cool though, do because like that's that's it. Like. I don't mean to make it sound so simplistic. I mean it's not like dude, the front sight in the middle and pull the trigger starts disturbing the site. Okay. Well, it's like. In this case, I guess, that's what I and I think he was, you know, kind of my class, I've tried to be afraid of them. You hear some things you're definitely gonna see happen. You know, I'm gonna miss, I'm gonna flood withdrawn scruple reload. I'm gonna do all kinds of stuff. I'm not perfect. But establish what, what are your standards man? And then recognize that those aren't fixed in stone, right? They should be moving to the right as your skill increases in certain things. And I think we all have afflictions affliction that's not the right word how maybe it is. I think all of us are better at some things than other just as, as a as a human, John Johnston. Your, your reflexes your muscles fire your the way you manage something as an example, you might just be better at speed reloading than may through natural affinities. I make sense. Yeah. And so for me to say, well, do a speed reload and this time for you. You're gonna hit that in, you know, in a day's training, sudden, you're, you're hitting our that's done for me to continue to keep doing you should be pushing to the limit. Of your performance not what I deem. It'd be appropriate and so on the standards. I again until guys up front, you know there's there are standards here that I have been moving to the right as my own skill has increased and we'll continue to increase as long as I keep shooting you might come back to my class in two years, and go, wait a minute. I took a note last time this same drill that you're making do you had us doing in this time or to this accuracy standard? And now you're saying this. Well, yeah, because they're may, they're my standards. They're not yours. Right. And so they've been moving to the right as my skill has increased. So get over you wanna pass you to my standard. That's you know, that's something else, too. It's like everybody in, like I don't I don't think enough people acknowledge this all of who I can. And we we got about forty seconds left. So we're gonna have to get into the, the next segment really getting those, but, like all of the high level shooters, that I know. And I'm friends with inside of the tactical community all have areas where they are stronger than other people. You know, when you're looking at, like, Gabe, white, or Spencer, keepers, or. You know, scotch skiers stuff like that. Never heard of those guys. Yeah. I know. You know, it's there's just there's things there that are going on. And we'll talk about that in a second right now, we're talking with Bill blouse. You're listening to ballistic radio. Welcome back to Belichick radio. Brought to you by surefire, the professionals choice for suppressors rumination tool. Surefire, America's begin a freedom. This segment brought to you by Wilson. Combat Wilson combat makes the finest custody until Evans and scattered since nineteen seventy seven Ligasi of quality innovation and service. Learn more about their farms and accessories as well as the nine which offers discriminating shooters, nineteen eleven magistrate accuracy, superior organics and concealed conceal ability with modern service pistol capacity and reliability at WWW dot Wilson. Combat dot com and the battery just sorta ran dry there in the middle of that. And I'm like, man, but so before the break, like I mentioned, those shooters, I've gotten to watch all of them shoot. Pretty pretty well. And they all do things a little bit different. They're all stronger at different thing that just interesting like. You mentioned speed reload, which are for me actually something, I'm horrible at if I had to pick like a stupid human trick that I was pretty okay at presentations, to a small target pretty quick. Like a three by five at seven like, I'm pretty okay at that seem to be, you know, so that's always like something on the keepers test. I can run that pretty consistently fast. Whereas other guys can do other things while en. And I think the and I get your thoughts, I think the, the urges select concentrate on that thing that I'm already good at getting better at that. And it really should be the opposite. Right. Yeah. For sure. No doubt about that at all man. And I think that's where if you're if you're tracking your performance and saying where you're at to me that, that is what gives me my roadmap. Right. I mean, I might think that, you know, in your example, I might think that I'm really fast the bucket on a three by five, but then you compared to two larger body of good shooters ammo. Right. And you know, two tenths of a sign, I'll see minimize sorry, minimize stuff. But well they'll say you know what you're doing. You know, you only a quarter of a second faster than me. Well, you know, I hate to tell you, but in a in a three second drill quarter second is that's a but kicking matters attorney of time, percentage wise right now maybe over the course of a three minute drill. Of course second is irrelevant, but don't minimize the effort and the time, it took me to consistently be a quarter of a second better than you. So I wanna I wanna see those things. And then I think everything is the way I'm tracking my performance in and part of my classes, talking about that stuff. And how do you do it? I can add a glance. I mean I can pull it my an exile spreadsheet right now and see where I was living on speed reload 's for years ago, compared to now consistent performance. Not just the, the one miracle run that I got in there in what that allows me to do that. And I'll look at ago what the heck's going on here. My my, my speed reload time has gotten slower in. And so I'm I can see it in my head forced me to go best because you have been practicing on enough, or potentially it was a gearchange. Right. You had a magma got rid of it, or I had a magazine extension and got rid of it or switch to a different kind that has now you know, the base plate is, is more slanted than flat, or whatever the heck it is. And so it forces me to go, I gotta get I have to work those little bit. So it goes into my dry fire regimen. And then obviously my, my life ourself. I might spend more time. Doing that versus, you know, shooting VA, slow fire trying to hit ten act, even though that's to me. That's fun. I know guys like that's boring. But to me, that's a really challenging drill. Yeah. But if I'm spending too much time doing that than the other skill start to say. So I wanna say absolutely want to force myself, you know, to work on the things. I'm not so good at so. If you had to pick an area where you're like, what would it be for you? The gun shooting. Sure. I think that my, my speed out of the bucket, and it's one that you mentioned that is not it is less than impressive. You know, I I know on average right now attack alter again my history. That's what I should you news outside a tactical type of rig when I'm teaching out of that rig, I'm around one point three seconds on an agent circle at seven yards. Right. And there are guys that are much much, much faster than that. You know. And I've tried to push it and, you know, in the past, I have definitely gone on the, the quest for the sub one second draw, and I can do it. I have done it. The pass where, you know, I would say percentage wise I was hitting that accuracy standard more often than not. Sometimes they were getting some, MRs. So I, I guess, for if you're a competition based guy, or if you're dude, that's, you know, has been a lot of competition, based instructors, you come in. And in comes my slop like performance out of the holster, you know, maybe that's not so very impressive to you. I think I can make stuff up with with my split times. But, you know, like tell classroom, and I'm not I am not a competition shoot 'em defensive shooter in the time that I spend trying to get very, very consistent with a sub one second draw is time. I could have been doing other things to to around my game out a little bit more on to be, you know, potentially giving me more contingencies to rely upon if it's not just a straight up drawn shoot type of advant at. And then I think there was someone second draws, which is great skill fantastic. You know, I can actually look then go man that appreciate the effort that went into you doing that. But I think that you're predisposed to fire the shot. Yeah. And so. To make that times I make sense. I mean, generally, I don't care. I'm gonna jerk this thing in that shots coming out. No matter what. So if migrants a little bit screwy if my sight picture isn't really what I wanted to be if it's more of a natural point of aim slash grow sideline. It's lash, whatever the heck type of event to make that time for me that is insufficient. You know. I would have our really, really hate. Well, you know, I remember I it's, it's stuff that I think that you could that you could you could have been done been doing are things like working on your weekend shooting and other defensive side. Certainly with the amount of four force engagements had over the course of my career. I've been hitting the hands a lot. And so if that happens in training, then it's probably gonna happen in real life. And that's what I'm focusing on. So my hands are gonna get shot and get damaged and is probably good. Be good at shooting. Strong had only weekend only having metrics for that. And then just like, you know, we're talking about speed, but I can look at my sheet, and see where I live on a Bill drill. Strong hand on gotta build real. We can't only and make sure that I'm putting in the requisite work to be to be good. Knows arenas as well. To that. I don't think in a lot of people and I it was funny because I had Gabe white on. By the time this won't areas at all been two weeks ago. And one of the things that we talked about was like. Where those two worlds meet and don't meet as far as the TIMMY versus the gamers side of the house. And like you mentioned, the sub second draw, and it's kinda like he's like I can't I can't do that. Reliably have I been able to do in the past? Yeah. Absolutely. But I have, you know, I have chosen to focus on other things because, like sub sub second-row cool. I think one one is okay. Ish in like I can live at a one one with a lot less maintenance, and I can't like a point nine which requires a lot of maintenance, you know, and where does you know what I get out of that. And something else, too. You know that's really only useful. When you have already decided to shoot from out of the holster end the round is going to definitely happen. And that is not. In my limited experience, and, and I would for you, but I it sounds like we're in agreement. That is not often the real world, you know, often in the real world, the gun is coming out. Maybe you're gonna shoot maybe not, but you're not, you know, something might change between the holster and the muzzle aligned on target and having an allowance for that as kind of important. Absolutely. I think so. Maybe on the maybe something shaped me as well. And, and this is not an admonition of competition guys. And I'm not definitely not a guy that goes, you know that's the game or crap. And this is, you know, real the real streets nonsense. I mean I ton of the stuff I'm doing is was garnered from and and validated through competition. Right. I mean, there's absolutely some efficiency and some accuracy, and some speed and all that stuff that, that we need to look at as well. So I'm trying to get there. I think that the thing that drives me more than anything is the number of MRs in world shootings that occur in. Sometimes I woke is, is the skill set or yeah. I guess this would be a skill set thing. Or was it a lack of deliberations? And I remember the treating quote a long time ago from bat Masterson. He said he met, many men of the west whose courage on question, and their skill was unmatched and they fail to lesser that Atta deliberation the equation. So that whole for shot being accurate piece, I think it matters. And so for me the extra point three decision, making time that site ver- -cation time that's confirming that. I'm absolutely gonna hit what I should at. I you know very early on. I remember going to, you know a call where this concert. Let, let me interrupt you right there. So hold that thought, because we gotta go to break, and then we'll pick right up talking with Bill blowers. You're listening to ballistic radio. Welcome back to radio. Brought to you by sure-fire the professionals choice for suppressors women tool. Surefire, America's beginning freedom. This also brought to you by Sherifi or no your target and what is being on it? But how can you really know your target by shining, really bright light? And that's where's your fire comes in from the new twelve hundred Luminita to hand held her five hundred Luminita DC won t hand held to the six hundred and fifty Lumine stiletto pocket light. It's rechargeable or the thousand Lumine upgraded extra hundred Alterra surefire, make sure you never have to yell is ease light ever, again surefire, the professional choice for suppressors when the nation tools. So before the break Bill, you were saying very early on. You went to a call, and then I interrupted you. So this is a over, of course, crazy a bunch of. But, you know to, to do did said shoot at each other. They missed everything. Right. Not neither one of them was hit. Yeah. But I remember a little girl got hit in the. Process, you know, she's hanging out in her children her house. And all of a sudden bullets comes in balls. And and she gets hit and she didn't die from it. And I guess the criminals knew that don't matter so much. But, you know, I cannot fathom the thought of missing and causing the death of an innocent person. You know, the child out of trying to tell your heart strings a little bit, but that incident did strike me or did affect me. I guess, to some degree aid to recognize that criminals or are. I can't curse on your show. They're really not nice fellas that about stuff like that. Right. But as a professional police officers certainly something I should be thinking about. And so you have to come to grips with, you know, maybe a little bit slower that may cost me my life, but at least I'm not taking a life and the process. So I think you know, hey if you look at statistics and different studies, and, you know, different crap within our industry man, that most people would tell you that one point five second draw hitting an eight and was seven yards which tend to be the industry. Standard type of thing is, is good. And so if I'm slightly faster than that, and I can still process and and, and make decisions wellbeing faster than that. Then I think I'm in good shape, you know, and I'm not going to stand there and just shoot me them and be doing things trying to, you know, make you miss if you're if you're might have is so anyway, man, I, you know, sometimes I look at some of the. And I appreciate it to. That's on the background. You know, the whole PR thing and, and trying to improve your, you know, this that, and I just love the fact that humans are, are constantly looking to do that. We talked about last time, but the four minute mile was was never supposed to happen for human being right. And you got guys routinely, crushing today, so I can understand. Why do look at Bill drill and go mom, and I'm gonna get that down to one point seven. I'm gonna go one point six on that because that's just what humans do. Right. They wanna push a little. But if you look at the history of that it's funny that we've been talking about this. I just wrote something I'm not patriot account about it. But Bill Wilson who invented that drill? I mean he p flat put there's they man get when we when we brought up we thought for for a master little shooter up two seconds with a Ray gun and race holster raise rig was good. But for defensive shooters. It was always meant to be a sub three drill. And so, I mean, he recognized that gear and the skill set. You know, change change the game a little bit. And so if you think about a man that the average do if you can draw from whatever you, however, you're, you're, you're pissed off. You can draw into a Bill drawn three seconds or less is that's getting after it, man. That's that is a good good run right on with all as right? But guys will push that. And all of a sudden now, if you can't do it sub to then you're some type of, you know, horrible shooter, or, or, or whatever the case might be, but think of the effort that went into that sub to run for a single drill, who's the objective was just can you track your sites during Rico? Right. Can you manage the gun at speed and you can't three seconds? We'll absolutely demonstrate to you whether or not you're tracking your friend site on a search string. I think if I can do that. And it's one of my metrics, I try to go three can con- consistently on a Bill. Then I'm happy for what I'm doing not again. Right. If your if your objective is to is to go out and win competition than brother. You. Probably teach a lot you. Speed your thing up. You know, try to run a one six one seven Bill. But because that's, that's, that's your back about ain't might well, and that's the other thing, too, is, I think what. What a lot of people miss out on is that when, you know, when certain dude start talking about this, and they start talking about what they're trying to do. What you're listening to is literally the best people in the world. Try and raise the bar amongst themselves. Right. And you know. I don't think and the other problem too, is like people are like, well, the best people in the world are due stagger, and Vogel. And, you know, Michelle and, and those dudes and Sevigny and what no, those are the people that are at, like God like levels of performance. Those are not the best people in the world. Those are the dudes that are. You know, above that, like the best people in the world are underneath you know what I mean? That, that kind of makes it's like you're, you're, you're comparing like epic level, legendary. Things to like the actual, and I don't think I don't think there's enough recognition of there are people that routinely post things on the internet. Like, here's this thing that I did shooting and like, bro. That's really good my urine the point zero zero zero one percent of people in the world that could do that. And they're like, well, yeah, but I could be faster and like maybe and that's cool. But like you need to understand, like the thing that you're doing. That's really, really flip in hard. You know. And I don't I don't think there's enough of that, you know. No. I agree man. It's a. Well, you know, it's like a I mean do that. You know, I I don't take baseball. Now's your guy that yet runs one hundred RBI year. That's you know, that is that is an outstanding record of performance. But if you look at the, the legendary names in the game that's pales in comparison. Right. So I think we look at that and we go. That's not so great look look with a baby did. Two. They Bruce like you said, come on, man. The dude is an outlier. Right. He's a complete freak of nature. And I you know, some of the. I mean, I'm not that absolute do not take away from Volvo. Those guys that have absolutely put the work in. And, you know, has it ain't like they picked pistol and became phenomenal with absolutely work hard. But there is there's gotta be something in both natural ability, and then I think a drive that because I think paternity to right. I mean you get to a certain level than and different things start to open up for ya. And now you're not paying for him you nation, you know, potential, you, can, you can actually pay your mortgage and buy groceries doing the thing you like to do. And all those things out right on the cops, I man, it's like, well, you know, a lot of cops up well him they don't write a lot of Katcher pretty good. I think goes right to what you're talking about here. A lot of pretty good compared to the vast majority of people in this country, and then clues people that don't touch guns ever. The, the general population. Most criminals suck with guns than you do. Right. Listen. Let's not make them be some, you know, remarkable shooters. They just they're they're vicious, they're violent, right? They'll do you in a heartbeat. And so the my set piece may be different than what you and I might have as, as human beings. But anyway, I got some skills them behind it. And so most concert do very good at that. But we look at the job of cop, you know, you're. I, I think I was pretty good at the swat stuff and all of the tasks associated with being a swab guy in a swat team later in and that stuff if you, you know I'm looking at my desk right now and I have a little a little to train on a Choo Choo train on it guys gave me and it says it says Bill killer trained, blowers. And you would think that does Kurai bars must be. He's betting on that is a homicide that I went to that I deemed the guy was hit by the train, and he was stabbed ninety two times with a screwdriver. So if you want me to come investigate, you're the homicide of your child, then you're, you're an idiot there. Guys far better at that. Job than me. You should. I'm getting. Yeah. Now out shoot the guy that's bringing the magnifying glass and finding the clues all day long. But he'll run me ragged when it comes to running a homicide desiccation, or, or whatever the case might be within law enforcement and to him. That's what matters. Right. That is the important pieces being good at that part of the job versus the shooting. Now he shoots. Okay. He's not, you know, he's obviously hitting the qualification standards, meeting, some department level of performance, the, the department never tested me on homicide investigation. Right. Well, that that is a that the test of life comes into that one. And that's why I got my little thing that says William Keller training because I can't recognize different guy being stabbed to death and being hit by a train. Why mean you know, I guess we've all got our talents and strong suits. And whatever we. To go to break. And then I'm I'm gonna I'm gonna giggle myself a little bit. Because that's, that's a flooding story up. Sorry. 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Which are my favorite shows, honestly, and it seemed like to the you know. It's almost like the dudes that are good at something do too good of a job of saying, nothing special. And like I understand I understand why. Why you wanna do that, so that you don't alienate your friends and peers and co workers, right? 'cause no one wants to be around the dude. That's like all I'm awesome. Check out how awesome I am. But there's also another component to that too, where you're really dealing with the service to the people that maybe aren't where you're at yet. And you're not saying, oh yeah. That thing that I just did. That's really that's not easy like that. Super not easy. You know what I mean? And especially in shooting. So. Where's the line there? So first of all, I, I like I a big I really is an and the train murderer guy he got caught. So I completely box that, that whole thing able to patch it together. Go get the guy team effort. Right. Right. I wonder you know, think about this man. Do you think that this being a male dominated type of thing, right, shooting is typically more males than females in? Do you think that has to do with Matiz MO and? You know, I you know, honestly, what I think it has to do with. Because this is something I've sort of thought about a little bit. I think that we've done really bad job of delineating between healthy ego and unhealthy ego. Right. Right. And for anyone to dedicate, the introspection necessary to become world class at anything you have to have an ego, you have to be emotionally invested in you have to really care about what happens when you were out doing whatever it is. You're doing whether you're a power lifter. You know, a runner of shooter, I don't care what it is. If you're good at it, you have an ego. The problem is that we tell everybody. Oh, yeah. Man egos are bad unhealthy goes, certainly bad. And if you're like, oh, I'm better than everybody else because I note. No wrong, let's back up from that. But like there needs to there this, I I'm this is unpopular, right? But there's got to be a little meal of involved for for you to get good at something. I think I'd like to hear your thoughts on that. No. I agree. Man. If you if you look at the definition of ego, I think it says he's feeling self confidence. I mean there's some good things that are in there, right? Yeah. And like you said, I guess when you go if you're, you know, I guess if you take it to an extreme or whatever the heck than natural we start to pay or maybe it's just an easy word to throw at a guy that does thank he's better than everybody else. I you know, I, I don't know. Man. I think without question, I think I must have an ego in order to believe that anybody would wanna come to my training, right. So that there's a cell count confidence piece. I, I think that I should feel like I have something worth saying to folks. Otherwise, I think you also recognize that right. Student question around. Listen this guy. That's I mean, I I've been across with the first thing of the guy's mouth is I'm not an expert in my all size. Why the heck in my hair, then I'm paid to listen to the expert. You know, some of the other thing is like when they're saying that they're lying. I mean, they know they're, you're, you're saying it because there's this expectation right? So if we look at the definition definition of ego person's sense of self esteem, or self importance. For any especially on the man performance. I think when you step up to do whatever it is. You're about to attempt to do you need. Absolutely no. For a one hundred percent fact that you are going to crush that now whether or not, you end up crushing is really beside the point, you need to at least have that talk with yourself ahead of time. Like I got this, and that involve because otherwise, you know, new see it all the time, doodle, seven all I don't know. I hope I don't mess up. And it's like whatever you think's going to happen is going to be what happens brother. You know, and the problem becomes in this is an of course, we get into it at the end of the show. So we're not gonna wanna time to dive into it. The problem becomes, is that oftentimes from the outside that looks like something that is not what I'm trying to convey, number one in his not, you know is not very socially accepted. You know, if you know if you introduce anyone, right? And the first thing that said he is ham, really good at this. Like there's an immediate this taste win when that is conveyed and it might be true. My not be true that could be super good at. But like we don't like hearing, that, while the problem is you kind of have to know that you're super good at something to get super good at something. I don't know does that make sense. Yeah. It does. I mean, I, I would hope that anybody hanging out of training shingle in, we're talking about. So, you know, for, for shooting, some guns. It has got some seventies and skill that we know that's not true. Right. I mean I mean they're absolutely some dues that shouldn't be teaching at this point. You know, maybe like a brand new shooter, you know, how much skill level do you really need to teach? My sister, who's never fired a pistol a life how to shoot a pistol. You know what I mean? Yeah. Sheep, aggressive than maybe she needs to go keep working her way up the mountain. So she gets to the blind master at the top. So, you know, I, I don't know. The competence piece for sure. Needs to be if you're gonna stand in front of a group and run address, and I have absolutely screwed drills up in front of classes, and things happen. Whatever I'm doing, but I think it's the. The percentage of performance versus percentage of fail. Right. And I've always said, I wanna I wanna be going a solid eight in everything. So breaching in mission planning and internal CQ be tactics techniques procedures. You know, I absolutely screw things up inside the house. But it's at least above ninety percent going acted solid a most of the time. And I think that's really one of one of the things just endeavor to do that. Right. Just just get a man, you don't have to be perfect just getting a and I, I do have been accused of having high myself, and then, of course, makes me wanna have high standards for others, particularly those that I'm working with. But I don't know if that's necessarily bad thing, tickly in the profession that I just retired from where there's a lot of line, you know. So I, I think in this game I were. I mean if you're shooting just before fun hobby. And then, you know, you go home and December your pixel and. And put it away and never touch it again. And then it's just a fun hobby thing. Then maybe it says important, but if you're carrying that thing around with you all the time. There's a reason for that. Right. And, and the repercussions of that thing getting dragged out outside of training outside the range are huge. Obviously, your life your family's life other people's lives, you know, doing the right thing and still going to jail, you know, there's just you better be solid man. You'd better be solid. And, you know, the conference basis and needs to be there in that example, as well on the legal side of it, what you're about to do is, is absolutely legally found to keep you from going to prison, and in the skill side to make sure that whatever it is. You're shooting at two to save your own hide is what is what catches every single one of those bullets you don't end up, you know, my, my kid, you know, killed behind the shooting at what you'd be it's untenable to me. I think it's that would be. I came into that, Michelle. Yeah. I mean so personally, if I put around into someone's little girl, or little boy, or something like that. The next thing that's happening in a free available moment is I'm gonna eat a gun like so a miss a misses a death sentence for me personally with my morals and values system. So it can't afford it can't can't be a thing that happens when everyone's do know. They do. I mean we know they do they're going to happen. Yeah. Yeah. But like I don't, I don't have to think that's okay when I'm training right? Exactly. Yeah. And at least not not when I'm doing something where I am in one hundred percent accountability mode, if I'm pushing the no k and like, if I if I acknowledged. But, like, if I'm okay, this is not acceptable right now. And then it happens anyway. Yeah. That's not acceptable right now anyway, where at the end of the show, dude, if people want to train with you. Where can they do that? A website, WWW dot tap hyphen. Rack dot com has my calendar on it. What's coming up, muscle on Facebook, Instagram, all occasions Facebook post the next ninety days and then I have my patriot onsite. If you're insisting that thing and, and formation is on there as well. Nice definitely a class that I I'm going to try and make this year. It's on my, my very short list of things. I wanna come check out the Bill. I really appreciate you taking time in. No do that by back talk. If I can't go done already always that time we buy yet. Sure does sure does a say further? Okay. All right. Thank mix. Make sure you check her website. Ballistic radio dot com, like our Facebook page at Facebook dot com slash video. And hey, keep leaving those Pfizer unite choose. We really appreciate it helps us out. Remember, you can get the show super-quick on Spotify. Thanks for listening. Everyone is next week.

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S4EP6: Annie Sakamoto

The Ready State

48:05 min | 1 year ago

S4EP6: Annie Sakamoto

"This season of the ready State is sponsored by territory foods. If you've never heard of territory foods they are a personalized nutrition company that has amazing organic locally sourced ingredients and we're talking about whole foods here. I just just WanNa just hit pause if we just had a general existential conversation about what it means to be human being one of those things you're supposed to eat whole foods that have been cooked not in a Shaker bottle that is that is a terrible would live shaker bottles Shaker kickabout embarrass. Here's the deal if you are following the whole thirty or the Paleo Diet or the Kito Diet or the latest and greatest Pagan Diet Hagan Pagan. It's a new thing territory meals supports all all those eating styles and on top of that everything is all the ingredients are high quality and locally sourced. We're going to challenge you this week to not eat a single bar. 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She was one of the first women in the sport and went on to become a trainer affiliate owner competitor and one of the most beloved icons in cross it any any was born in Lake Tahoe California but moved to Santa Cruz at fifteen and found a love of water she played water polo and surf during high school and after graduating spent time in Costa Rica and Coit a surf in two thousand four she was back in Santa Cruz managing a restaurant and teaching cardio kickboxing classes when the also legendary Eva Twardokens introduced her to cross it and the rest is history but we'll get the full story straight for Manny and he still lives in Santa Cruz and has been happily married for almost sixteen years and has a daughter and son Dylan and Israel enjoy Sakamoto welcome to the ready state. Thank you for having me we are. We're thrilled okay so here's here's what we you are legend. We've known I mean you have been in our lives. Since we took the first step in the greater kind of you know journey of this crosser experience but I have to tell you that I think about you once a day and here's why not because you're legendary athletic status or the fact that you set the world record for bouncing off a ball air squatting war that you basically created a template for us all to chase but one time when you were going back to the Games hard you leaned up very fast and someone I wanna ask you dude. What are you doing? How'd you get so lean and you just said I just stopped eating a bowl of cereal every night? Do you remember this. Yes I oftentimes under Calorie Rolling into nighttime. We eat early with the girls and then I go to eat again and I'm GonNa Haney. Sakamoto got so jacked by just saying no to the cereal so I just wanted to let you know that I still think of you last night. I was eating bowl of life cereal thinking about you. Favorite Kelly life cereal is what I used to have. That was my absolute favorite. I don't think I've had a bowl in since two thousand eleven and I don't think I've had absence two thousand eleven the the night time desserts like Timmy cereal is not a breakfast food at all of course and it shouldn't be in any time food but if I were to eat it at all. It's definitely like a dessert food. I am one hundred percent with you. I totally agree. I think I think whoever loves cereal invent I think you invented CARB backloading through serial ahead of the Times Unintentional always still legend of the Times okay so we first question out of the gate we've been asking everyone on the season is how did you first become cross awesome aware <hes> you know. Tell us a little bit about your cross fit origin story. How'd you hear about it? How did you start doing it? How did you start being one of the only women who could do certain moves at the beginning mess is new is moved the right word movement? <hes> just you know give us give us the back story <hes> okay so in the early nineties. I was taking a hip hop class. I was I think like a senior in high school and I took a hip hop class. Ask from a girl named Caroline and <hes> one of the girls that also took the class was a girl by the name of Eva Tokens so I met Eva in the early nineties. I stopped taking the class. <hes> I went to college moved away for a little while. I came back and I bumped back into caroline. <hes> and I was going to U._C._S._e.. I was starting to teach some cardio kickboxing and by that I mean like tai-bo Hello Billy blanks <unk> Fox yes so yes fitness on yeah exactly <hes> and I bump through Carrollton. I bumped back into EVA and EVA said hey if you're into with this whole fitness thing I've got this program called Cross <unk> doing that. I really think you would love and I guess somehow someway. I heard about croff it. Obviously I was living in Santa Cruz. It was <hes> you know it came to be in Santa Cruz and all I had heard that people throw up and I was like why would I do cross fit and throw up when I am so uber fit from my tai-bo kickboxing here. Why would I do that in an eva was like no no no not everybody throws up? You don't need to throw up just come. I'll do a personal training session with you. In you'll see and I was like okay sounds good <hes> and I went and she had me do three rounds of have ten dead lives at sixty five pounds ten pass throughs on the pommel horse. We had a pommel horse at the original gym and four hundred meter run which you know not totally understanding intensity if it wasn't to a rave be a kick boxing class. Was it four hundred meter job so I did three rounds and I was like this is cross it. You guys should come. Take Mike tai-bo class. 'cause I'm obviously much fitter than the rest of you have obviously so I came home. I told my husband about it and he had actually trained a couple of times with a couple of his surf but he's in the late nineties and he was like I've heard across it. You know oh I've done it. I would do it a class with you. So a couple of days. Later we went to the seven A._M.. Class at the original profit gym and it was a they had a workout where it was a five hundred hundred row sub number of kettlebells swing. Being some number of air squats three trips around the cargo net and twenty-five glued Ham sit-ups three rounds but this time I guess to impart intensity Greg did a staggered start so you were trying to catch the person in front of you and trying not to let the person who started behind you catch you <hes> and obviously that was the intensity piece that I wasn't understanding on that first one so I did all three rounds. I did all three rounds of twenty five hands setups all the way back all the way up and I had never done before life could go wrong got apcoa Full Abdo the next day. I was like Oh oh. I'm sorry this feels good two days later. My belly was distended. I couldn't laugh fart cough. Sneeze Bend Squat anything I told my husband he had to take me to the hospital. I had a hernia there was something wrong and he was like well. Let's just wait and he went and talked to Greg Lauren and they were like just wait a couple of days and sure enough it got better and then that was it for me. I was hooked. I had never felt intensity and city not just the soreness but just Kinda push in a workout that I felt in not workout and for me it was immediate hook and now the one of the things I think people forget. Is that no one like do you might do some of those things for in your training because you came out I mean there were athletes before cross it but the intensity was brand new and the things that we usually hear people source workouts now are sort of like good warm-ups. They're Kinda laughable but I think we've completely forgotten how devastating that intensity was the first time it hit the first time you did all those air squats in a row and ran and actually went hard at the clock. It really ruined you. Oh yeah it was a feeling like you had never had before because again even with kick boxing with my fastest be going on on the music you you got breathing heavy but that that kind of push that those are some of those early <hes> workouts would impart it was just I never felt anything like that before. You know I mean if we use puke clown and losing your cookies a little bit as as an allegory we had people throw up all the time there was even a ritual around our Jim early on we had the snakehead that belonged to Margaret Potato and if you if you puked you had to have your picture taken kissing this rattlesnake head we're still in our garage such a Weirdo well the mustache kissing the snake and but now I can't tell you the last time someone got S- nauseous from exercising that has changed entirely have you same experience with you definitely and actually to be the honest I have never thrown up in my fifteen years of cross fit me either me either either and I don't know that it's a sign of of pushing yourself to the Max. You know I mean maybe it is but I've I've just never gotten her but I would agree. There are fewer people in our Jim that throw up now if ever than than eleven years ago when we opened the current Jim that were in so I really want to talk about your current Jim but before I do that <hes> obviously you were into cardio kickboxing tai-bo but tell us a little bit about your I know that you do lots of sports and activities but tell us about your sort of early athletic life particularly I think in some of our our most storied and successful crossers actually athletes for the for us but okay well. I'm not one of that. I you know I I grew up in Lake Tahoe until I was a sophomore and they moved to Santa Anna cruise as a sophomore and I had dabbled in a lot of sports volleyball track <hes> even basketball one year I came down. I tried out soccer water polo swimming diving thing and I was completely mediocre at every sport I ever played <hes> I wasn't the worst but I was nowhere near the best <hes> but for me I just really loved being part of a team and the Canada ritual of practice I I loved going to practices. I loved you know putting out an effort but coordination wise and still to this day like especially hand eye coordination on it is not my thing so <hes> tell me a little bit so you and your husband are going to cross fit classes like as as members of the original cross it. How did you make that transition from athlete elite to deciding you want to coach it? <hes> it was funny. Greg actually approached me probably just a few months on into having being an athlete at the gym and he said Hey you know we're doing a certification seminar in a month. Excuse me and I really want you to take it and become a coach and I was like no. I you know this is too new for me. I don't really know how much I like it. If I'm going to stick with it I really want to do it and he was like no. I'm GonNa you I really want you to take the certification <hes> and I'd like you to coach and so reluctant reluctantly did the weekend seminar and loved it and he goes no three days back then right long greg can spot talent man well and then he he gave me a class and I was so petrified <hes> those I you know I I mean if I was ever close to throwing up it was probably before I coached more than from worked route and I just slowly really realized how much I loved it. <hes> so I think within maybe six to eight months of taking that that seminar end teaching my first classes I gave up my job managing a restaurant to just coach fulltime so I have to go back to those early days of watching you and eva an Nicole in some of those legendary videos and what was is it like for you guys as women I guess to be like the first people who could do some of these moves that now everybody takes for granted like everybody can do a muscle up and everybody. Can you know but I mean the member there used to be a p._D._f.. With everyone who could do a muscle up and they're like all people and there were like eight people on that good yeah so I you know as someone who watched that and was inspired by those in the early cross but days you know what was it like to be on the other end of. I bet you know to be honest. I was so naive and unaware in those early days that I didn't even I couldn't even fathom <hes> how big of a deal it was the things things that we could do and kind of the boundaries that we were pushing we were we were so in that little box and as athletes men and women we were really pushing each other but I don't know that I could even begin to understand understand <hes> the degree of difficulty of some of the stuff that we were doing like the first time Lauren gave us ring dips and I did a couple and she was like okay. Wait save those I'm going to have you do this thing on the rings and she coached me verbally through a muscle up I had never seen somebody do a muscle up before she just verbally coached me through it and I got up there and while it was difficult I think I made it up my second try I just still was. Just one NAS is this good like this you mean but I I didn't even I don't think I could fully grasp that what we were doing was so extraordinary ordinary that's one of my favorite early memories of owning across but actually in one that brought me so much joy and I don't know if you experienced this but it was you know when the women started to be able to do all this radical stuff like even pull ups and then linking tons of pull ups have affleck bullets well almost radical back then for like a woman beal the bang out like ten or fifteen or twenty pumps in a row was like Whoa and I'll never forget how the the many many times I would you see a man come to his first ever cross class and watch a group of women be able to bang out like twenty pull ups and just see in his. I was like Oh we've got this guy for life because he just witnessed these women do twenty pull ups in a row and he can't even do one pull up and like this guy is going to be a member forever right and it is so much perspective right because nowadays like Kelly saying like you walk in and if you see a woman doing fifteen twenty pull ups in a row you don't think anything of it. It doesn't even mean she's a Games James Athlete Games caliber athlete at this point <hes> right but as coach I also have to remember that you know I can have somebody walk in and especially females. We've never been asked to do pull ups in our lives and you know we have a lot of female athletes that might start and they can be very intimidated by the fact that all these women are are ripping off fifteen twenty pushups in a row and so you really have to keep that perspective while it is kind of ordinary in a lot of gyms it still is kind of extraordinary. <hes> that that we're doing it yeah you know. I think sometimes it's it's. It's not spoken to enough just how radical it was that men and women trained together that was sort of a radical idea right that you guys did the same thing and everyone was responsible for the same work loads that was also crazy because I remember even when we were pulling because I was cross fitting on my own and then she was like you're doing that you're on that website again and then got into and she was like all these things involved pull ups and I remember being like any can deal police. What's the problem you know like a big hurdle for me to get over like being able to pull up and then I was like okay now I can do and then that was when I started losing to Juliet every day the darn it? Why did I teach you how to do who am I getting? I've been losing Juliet for decades now. Okay so on this season the podcast we of course already talked Hollis of Cross Santa Cruz and so we got a little bit of the back story about about <hes> you guys were all working at the original main cross fit and then Greg and Lauren wanted to close that down and you guys all kind of splintered off and started other crosswords. Can you tell us a little bit about that and when you started when that happened when you started your Crawford and so forth yes so I think it must have been late two thousand seven and Greg and Lauren we're living in Prescott and I was kind of helping manage the gym and it was just becoming apparent that that was too hard like I would. I would call them to say we need you to order toilet paper just got super silly <hes> and there was a lot of us I think probably about twelve or fourteen of US training out of that original Jim <hes> and so we all decided very amicably that it was time to the create a a couple of gyms out of that original Jim and for Greg Lauren to shut down on that original space and so I was really Lucky Myself <hes> Rob Miller eva T- <hes> Jimmy Baker <hes> and then Michelle show moods walked down the street basically where the two hundred meter turnaround was for the foreigner meter run and there was an old vogel repair shop that had just moved out and so there was huge bay doors Kinda like the original Jim <hes> and they were looking for tenants and the five of US chose that space it was really smart and are is because we were going to keep a lot of the original clients they were only GonNa have to drive two hundred more meters down the road and and we opened that space in early two thousand eight so we've been there for over eleven years now and you guys are still in that same old Volvo dealership right Iraq yes same space yet. The owners have changed since percents <hes> so Michelle had moved out of town. She came back but when she moved she bought out <hes> Eva bought out a few years ago and so did Rob Miller so that left myself in Jim Baker by the way Jim Baker says hello to both view outome hotel we should hang up the best <hes> and then we took on another lady Helene Bouchard who has just been amazing. She ran a company here in Santa Cruz called S._E._O.. So Org <unk> organizationally Jimmy I would have been so lost without helene and so she's been a great addition to our ownership. Let me jump in because people who are listening are or cross-fitters who get a glimpse back one one of the things that people struggle with in when they own across they always start with friends right and then the management of having a lot of big personalities in there. You guys seem to have been doing this very well. Do you guys have a secret besides Jimmy Beggar the secret to to to succeeding with multiple partners in a small and Competitive Jim Environment which is Santa Cruz. It's funny that you say I mean really Jimmy. Baker is definitely one of our biggest secrets. He's just the way he's able to work with both helene and I can sit down and look at situations very rationally and non emotionally is incredible <hes> but the three of us in general have a very good on <music> open line of Communication. We definitely don't always see eye to eye but we are so respectful of each other that we are able to talk through any scenario that that comes up <hes> it was good food. Even when there was the five of US originally it was great that we were an odd number because <hes> although that was in a more emotional group with five which is sometimes come down to a vote <hes> but now with the three of us. We've never actually had to vote on anything. We've been able to work through it but I think like you said Jimmy. Baker is kind of part of that dynamic for sure left home P._R.. Snatch in your Jim. You're welcome thank you very much. I aw I remember that that was unbelievable so I like to get into talking a little bit about your long and storied career as a cross the Games athlete but I read that you actually I didn't jump right into doing the cross games when they first started so if you could tell us a little bit about that and then just give us like your statistics like how many games you competed in and then then we then want to talk about your most recent competition but let's first go through your games career. You Bet so two thousand seven was the first year of the Games here in Aromas <hes> and my daughter was probably about nine or ten months at that time and so I had said that I just I didn't feel quite ready to compete since you know I was Kinda still coming off of that pregnancy <hes> well in reality. I used it as an excuse because I was very nervous hat. You know how I would do in that competition and how that would stack up to what I thought. The community would expect of me <hes> so I really for the first few years of the Games on would come up. With excuses of why I couldn't compete but whether it just really came down to the fact that I was nervous that if I didn't take first place that the community would be let down <hes> so in two thousand nine I was part of a team again. That's really just is kind of a comfort zone righty you can hide behind on the rest of the team whether you do well or not well and then in two thousand eleven that was the first year of the open and that we had already opened a been in the new space these people are Jim wanted to do the open and so I felt like as an owner I needed to do the open with them so I did it with them. and Lo and behold I found myself qualifying for the knockout regionals <hes> and correct well. I'm not GONNA do regionalist because I really have no intention of going to the gains Yada Yada and I had a couple of people say no you qualify you have to go to regional like okay fine. I'll go to regionals. It won't matter because I haven't been training to go to across games so it should be fine <hes> and on the last day I found myself in third place and it was actually I was tied for points with China Chou but because I had had a first place finish on the first the workout I ended up qualifying. I remember that I watched that yet and I was a member. I remember thinking this is so silly because I'm not going to cross state games and China Chou came up to me in the back and she he said you better go to the cross gates you know and I don't know if she had overheard me talking to somebody about not wanting to go or if it was just by chance or what it was but when she said that to me because she was has devastated she wanted nothing more than to go to the Cross fit games and here I was I had earned a position and was gonna take it and when she said that I was like all right I have to go to the Cross but games <hes> and so I went and it was it was amazing it was I had some great events that year and I had some some events that were really hard for me that year that I that I was the only one out on the floor still working and I just moved out realization and like the community doesn't care how I finish. They just care that I'm giving my best effort and they love me. No matter what and you were the only mother out there was I that year Oh yeah so so I would. I and I just had a blast <hes> so I in two thousand twelve I was gunning to go back. I made it back <hes> so so two thousand eleven I finished ninth-place and I got the spirit of the Games Award <hes>. Can I just buy WanNa go to two thousand twelve but was was one of the workouts in two thousand eleven you guys having to drag something. You were like polling something across the stadium floor. You remember this yet and I remember the very last thing loss workout yet and I remember why like I have a memory of you doing that burned into my mind and I remember thinking I'm like Guowei. Any probably weighs fifty pounds on all these women. That's got a matter anyway proceed ally appreciate that and again it. Was You know that year taught me that you know when you compete. There's things things that you think you're going to be good at and you're gonNA tank APP and there's things that you think you're going to tank at and you do amazing at and there's going to be times when you're on the you're the last one on the floor and you just want the lights to go out and the clocks to stop and nobody to be looking at you and you're going to push through in. It's going to be actually more of a of a victorious feeling than some of the workouts that you win or do really well. <hes> <unk> end inspired me to want to go back so two thousand twelve. I re qualified. I went back and I think I got twenty third that year at a couple of snafus but again I I had so much fun twenty thirteen. They moved moved the regionals up to where was that cinema yes yes. I'm Kinda. FAIRGROUNDS YEP exactly <hes> and I just missed going that year <hes> and then two thousand fourteen and fifteen I qualified for regionals by then I was I was closing in on forty. It was pretty tough to go up against the caliber of athlete was was getting better and better and by this point you have two kids now to right correct yeah correct even in two thousand eleven. I had two kids but they were getting older and I was getting older is more the bigger thing there but I still really enjoyed regionals. I I enjoyed enjoyed a training. Excuse me competing with the ladies that I was competing against <hes> but then two thousand sixteen <hes> I was forty so I qualified for Masters Division <hes> and I got second place that first here is a master two thousand seventeen requalified as a master <hes> and I finished third that year and then two thousand eighteen. I declined my invitation <hes> it was it. Just you know I'm sure you guys know it's almost easier zero when your kids are younger and they have less activities and things going on now in the last couple of years. It's you know I I don't WanNa Miss my daughter's volleyball game or my son's baseball game because because I have to train just not willing to do that so you it is it is so much easier to in their little. It's like you take him to the preschool and they're they're all day and they do that and that's their only thing and now it's like five thousand different things and you know I totally affiliate well. Yeah still kind of get a chance to compete a little bit. You just went to the rogue invitatinal legends how coming back and competing with all of those let's hired guns gangsters. I mean those people work and I'll I'll just say from a spectator standpoint especially for Kellyanne. I being Oggi's that was a total pleasure to watch but tell us what it was like from your end a will that was that was such a fun experience because you know rape of course right before the first event starts. I'm like what am I doing. I hate this. I hate competing. I'm not a competitor because I was so nervous and then as soon as three two one go happens. I'm just so in the zone and I realize no. I'm a competitor. I love being out here. I love having the opportunity to get uncomfortable. You know not just like physically uncomfortable but but more mentally uncomfortable really nervous and to have to deal with got anxiety and just to have you know for us. It was great because nothing was really on the line besides bragging rights. It wasn't like we were trying to qualify or there was a huge purse to win. It was really just for fun and then to do all of that with that group of people with Jason Colle- Bon Beck Avoi- and Kristen Clever and Meco sallow you know all of those people speller it was just we had so much fun. Are you still coaching classes every day seven days a week right now so if I wanted to come down to your gym and just work out with you I could any day seven days a week. Let's do it. You just did across competition so Ergo you still cross it. How how's your training? Your personal training changed as you've gotten older. If exactly wiser knowing that is really what it comes down to so I'm really lucky I work with Jason Leiden from cross-stitch Milford and. A. And he's been my coach since two thousand late two thousand fifteen when I was gunning for the two thousand sixteen games he's such a smarty pants and as somebody that is thirty nine years old himself and a father of a two and runs an affiliate. I feel like the work load that he gives me is so appropriate for the time and energy that I have like. I feel like he challenges me but he doesn't. It's it's not about high repetition for me anymore. It's not about super heavy loading all the time he just he can. He can give me a really good stimulus without it. Being a ton of quote unquote work if that makes <unk> sense yeah and so that you actually can recover and yum yeah I mean that's what I've noticed in my forties. I should just be able to smash myself like seven days a week and I'd be fine and ready to go and now it's like. She's all the way down to six days a week on that. If I see now that I need more time to recover I mean that's the biggest thing I notice yet. It really is and you have to be so much more diligent like okay. Did I eat enough food. I go to bed at the right time that I sleep long long enough. Did I and then juggling all that with being a parent you know making sure everybody's teeth is brushed at the end of the night and everybody's gone and done this in whatever it is. It's not just you in so said the recovery pieces so much more important but what Jason's great too because all say oh. I didn't get to this piece. I had to go he. He's never like you know Oh. You should have done it or he's always just like. Don't worry move on your your husband is a pretty good athlete in his own right. We'll just say he's he's. He's a decent athlete. You have a proven track record being a monster. What are your kids like lazy? No just Soley so because this this is the question right a lot of us came with athletic experience into cross fit in you know and really liked that it was short and we could get our lives back and we could enough to lurk in the gym for hundreds of hours and we can go play sports still and then all of a sudden we see we do see a generation of kids who cross the things so they it is so much cross it with our a lot of play which was completely against the original mandate across it in the first place which was go play a lot right. How do you manage that balance between having kids who've grown up in a gym around rounded Jim it the need to being an athlete and compete and learn in these other games while and I you know I want my kids to cherish and crave physical activity but I never <unk> for me? They've I've never pushed them to do cross fit. They do across bit kids cost when they're not doing sports but for me. The priority is sports <hes> so my daughter plays volleyball. She's GonNa Play Beach Volleyball this summer <hes> she's she's Kinda between school volleyball and beach volleyball right now so she is doing kids cross it just to stay in shape and stay active and then she'll do junior lifeguards also in the summer when that hits. I kinda back off on the cross. <hes> my son is just a baller it like soccer football baseball basketball whatever ball he can put his hands he wants to do so no <hes> he actually doesn't do a ton across fit. He will here in there but for me I I really want them to play sports mainly because I want them to be part of tea. I think learning how to be on a team. Gene on is so important so I I really emphasize that and then the cross it is Kinda like all right if you're not gonNA do sports not going to sit at home and play fortnight or be on instagram. You're going to go work out. Well and I think you know. One of our main goals is to is exactly what you say that and I liked how you put that we want to teach our kids crave physical activity. <hes> you know like my hope. Is that even if they don't play college sports or you know have their <unk> athletic careers go beyond high school in any kind of formal way that they'll be motivated to train anyway because they've learned how to crave that into Joe's Shit and take care of themselves. You know I mean that's my ultimate. Hope is just regardless of our kids is both play water polo and other sports but it's like I just hope they wanNA keep moving exactly and and I can see that in my twelve year old daughter like when she hasn't exercised for a few days she gets she gets kind of <hes> for lack of a better word bitchy and she now can recognize that a knows that she needs to go out and do something she needs to get physical because it affects her mental state <hes> an even just her ability to like do our homework and that kind of stuff is so much better when she's had physical activity and it's just really neat to see now at twelve that the that she's more self motivated to do that kind of stuff <hes> we have a thirteen fourteen year old who is going to wake up one day and be like what I own a gym. I have access to all this technology but even still I have to be like George. We're going out and we're muscle snatching snatches one of the things that <hes> you know these deep relationships you know it's it's so fun for us to to talk to the people who are so important to us when we began this conversation but I love to just talk about a second about our mutual friend Eva Tordo Kim and sort of <hes> can you just the people who are listening because eva was such a I mean you guys were so iconic and I think in this virtual community in the beginning the three of you Nicole Carroll not and you we would just we watched everything you did because you were examples of how to do it and what it looked like it was possible I mean I still picture of you doing a sit up with a log laughing your butt off like that. It was one of the main site forever and ever and that's burning in my head. Can you give us an update about not yes so for those that don't know Eva t who owns her own small airplane was in a plane accident. <hes> I think it was a early February February and she was in critical condition for quite a while. She had to have a good chunk of her skull removed on Ca- she had a pretty bad brain. Hematoma may eventually move to Santa Clara Valley Med which was more of a Rehab Rehab Facility <hes> and she is physically. She's doing great she has she had some <hes> surgeries done on her left ankle. I believe she had broken some vertebrae but she's physically healing got really well. <hes> mentally cognitively. That's definitely a harder battle rate now for her. I visited twice and the first time a lot of her language was missing and it was <hes> there was a lot of gibberish in kind of what what she was saying the second time where she and not was she had actually had the craniotomy where they put the piece of skull back on they had to fabricate a piece of skull out of Titania but they put that back on in it actually promoted <hes> a lot of healing and she's doing a lot better <hes> they just recently. I think it was maybe two weeks ago moved her home she her boyfriend Mitch is living with her her but she has somebody come in for eight hours during the day <hes> to to hang out with her while Mitch is working and you know if anybody can come back to their fullest potential from an incident like this it is. Is Definitely not she is somebody that is so passionate and driven <hes> and just ready to do whatever the work is that needs to be done to get to the place where she wants wants to be. You know if anybody's willing to do that it's Eva and she's she's as far as I know right now. I haven't seen her in a few weeks. She's still making really good progress. Thank you so much thank you. She's just such a legend and we've been following her so one of the things that we you know we now have fifteen years more of experience with this with this this incredible community project which evolved and matured in in become incredible <hes> if you could go back back until yourself talk to yourself early monopoly you got over some fear issues and things but what would you go back even as an early coach early athlete. What would you counsel yourself now knowing and have all the experience you have probably we in just <hes> you know I think I I was so hellbent? On teaching people the intensity piece of cross fit before teaching them all all of the complete form and function piece of cross fit and would beautiful about cross it is not just the intensity but <hes> the potential in the form and function -ality of it all and I think that in those early early days as a as a trainer you I was so ready to just like beat people to <hes> and now as as a trainer I'm so much more concerned with <hes> moving them slowly and pitching them correctly the first time I teach them a movement <hes> even if that means we don't put quite as much intensity on I feel like we have so many more things that we can <hes> use to to do the it quote unquote intensity piece which is a little less risky whether that's a sled push an assault by or just other things and it doesn't need to be a heavy thruster or seventy five unbroken pull ups or you know whatever it is I just I would've slowed myself down in the crush people on the bike today yes even when you were saying that I think about like the early days in how many times Kellyanne Adrian in particular like smashed people with their experimental ideas and you know and then the you know the same they started pulling back on the intensity and focusing on the mechanics yep and I think that's just it is as long as coaches as coaches. We can understand ooh. There's a better way to do this and were willing to change the nats all this whole thing's about right. We're all evolving in progressing and trying to get better and learning from each other so I don't fault any of us in those early years for doing what we were doing. The more important thing is that that were learning from some of our early mistakes and changing those ways I apologize to some of our athletes were still touring with us from the very first from our backyard. I haven't said this week. I'm so sorry it was so bad so you were probably better than the rest. I'll tell you is that our newest coach and the gym is better than me at like when I started. That's what he's probably learning from you any. I can't let you go on this season the podcast without asking you how the Wad Anne came to be <hes> if there's a story behind that and if you've actually done any before any again right that many people who actually have avenue named Crawford workout named after themselves I yeah I wish I knew the story. I wish it was a little bit more like <hes> Kelly Moore's story if you know the story about the workout Kelly story or Nicole's exactly <hes> I I don't know I love double unders. I am horrible at Matt Setups but I don't know if Lauren totally knew that when she made the workout Anne or if it was just by chance I actually am not very good at any because I am so horrible at Abbott Setups. I like have to pull at my pant legs to sit up. It's I one L. set in two thousand eleven games. Yes I cannot do sit ups to save my life. I think that is a good origin story. You're like Annie's named. After you and you can't do admits it up. Keep striving. You'll get there or someday. Somebody else's like struggling to learn muscle up and you're like I can't do admits it. I can't do so besides competing as a legend having to thriving kids crazy crazy great community running business what else they work in. Where are you going? Where am I going just trying to keep the business <hes> current and you know I mean it's the the era where like social media is hard? It's hard to social media for me <hes> other than that. You know to be honest. Okay if I if there's one thing I would like to do it would be to get surfing again a little bit more. We take the kids out here and there but you know before I started competing. I was serving ton on and I don't serve nearly as much anymore. <hes> at the every time I get out of the water I go. I'm going to serve Camara. That was so much fun so there's one thing I'm striving for its to get in the water more yeah you know Kelly and I have been kind of focused on that. The last few years to is like hey we love to mountain bike and we love to stand up paddle and you know how can we fit that into our lives more yep Yep. It's making the time to do that especially when there's so many thrusters to do just kidding tell us the name of your cross Jim how can people come and drop in centre. Come find you we are crossed it Santa Cruz central <hes> one of our claim to fame as we are just two hundred meters down from that original cross fit Jim <hes> and we are online W._W._w.. CRAWFISH Santa Cruz Central Dot COM <hes> and we would we have drop in all the time we actually just bought a world map that we're going to put up because we have so many <hes> drop ins from all around the world so we're going to start tracking who's coming from where that is a great to do. That's what we we actually do that at San Francisco Cross Fed and it's amazing to see it visually so so I totally recommend doing it awesome. I'm excited about it any Sakamoto. Thank you so much. 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Tidying Up with Ty and Dan

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

1:02:09 hr | 1 year ago

Tidying Up with Ty and Dan

"For ballers navy? Federal is proud to serve over eight million members and is open to active duty military, the DOD veterans and their family members receive a lifetime of membership benefits like a credit card APR average that is four percent lower than the industry's member. Only exclusive rates and more. Visit navyfederal dot org slash solid. For more information. Call one eight eight eight four to six three two eight or download the navy Federal Credit Union app today. Message and data rates may apply. Visit navyfederal dot org. For more information. Welcome to the solid. Verbal. For me. Welcome back to the solid. Verbal boys and girls, my name is Ty Hildebrand joining me as always over there in New York City. My man, Dan Rubenstein, sir. How are you tie? I am ready to shed some some virtual poundages yet ready to clean up my act. I'm ready for this show. So we tease this show on Twitter IT's the show on Twitter. It's something that we've been working on for what two two and a half weeks. Now, we thought maybe it'd be a novel concept it truly is peak off season solid. Verbal the only time of year you're ever gonna find us do a show like this. But we've got a little something special for all y'all this evening, then perhaps you have heard of a show called tidying up with Marie condo on Netflix. Mari condo. Yes. It is all the rage right now. It's a Netflix original it stars. Mari condo. She's a four foot seven tiny Japanese woman who teaches people what she calls the con- Mari method of decluttering their houses. Really? It's a show about life. It's not just cleaning your house, the solid wife really really really got into this with all talents really got into it. She got my mom into it. So then mom h got uncle Joe cholera so into it. This is a worldwide sensation, and it is fully taken hold of my family. So I started thinking Daniel can we apply the con- Mari method to the solid? Verbal podcast. Can we d- clutter the virtual college football house that we have built a foundation upon over many years as it is now a role early April, April fourth were recording this, right? And it's their spring practice. So we're sort of rebooting and refreshing our brains for not just the off season, but the season to common what everything means. So in a way, we're not only decluttering this house, but were decluttering our minds, which is what the cone Mari method is to sort of breathe fresh air for the first time in a long time by decluttering your life. So here is the way that the method works the first thing, you do is you go through all the clothing, then you're. Books in your kitchen, bathroom and garage. Then all your paper than all your sentimental items. Miscellaneous? Yeah. So that's what we're going to do here today. We're gonna take a look at all the stuff all the items that we've collected emotional. And otherwise, we're ordered the last decade of college football podcast from report all on a giant pile bene- thing everything for its support, of course, and essential of the con- Mari method and thank it. But then we're going to figure out what's going to spark joy, and what goes with us into the future or what we're gonna leave behind. So a good example. Yeah, right now, I'm wearing the Georgia Tech Capital One Orange Bowl champions hat that you sent me years ago. You absolutely are. It's still sparks Joyce. So I play this and I'm going to hold onto it. I like hearing that. So we're we're selecting items as we rampage and ransack this college football house that spark joy that the half has to stay in our lives. Right. Otherwise were donating it to. The great college football beyond thanking it for all that it has done for us and moving forward, perhaps somebody else would find it to be more useful in their lives. I think that's the responsible thing to do. Do what we should stop through this house tie. Let's get that a lot of we've got a lot of stuff before we go any further. Don't forget solvable at gmaiLcom as always as the Email. Find us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram. We've got a sub rented out there. Started by footballers for for ballers. It's red dot com slash are slash solid. Verbal and don't forget to join our newsletter, Dan, and I are working on a bunch of stuff in the laboratory if you want to sign up for the newsletter of intent, it's free. We won't spam. You just go to soliver will dot com or website fill out the form and get yourself signed up where do you want to start one it you'd be the first to rummage through this decades old podcast house that we've constructed? Yeah. It's not all close. Let's start here. Let's start with. Oh, gosh. Okay. Let's start with. I've got this old. And it's sentimental. It's a Notre Dame. Hard candy trae God. And it's it's been passed down from generation to generation. I don't really eat. Hard candy, not really big on the workers, the reasons but for like, this it is an heirloom tie. And it would feel weird to have a hard candy trae emblazoned with arrow Parsons face anywhere. Anywhere, but my my coffee table. So it does spark joy making fun of the elderly and Notre Dame even ESP I wouldn't even say, even I would say, especially after going to the playoff and getting everybody's hopes up and just getting completely demolished to have probably a fan base upset about going undefeated, and finishing that way. Is I have to keep it close to my home to Notre Dame. Hard candy trae to begin with. I'm I don't know. My my pappy is grandpa was the one who originally had it, and it's just been passed down from Rubinstein to Rubinstein, you know, the the Rubinstein's are from the northeast this country. So somebody probably like Notre Dame or just like laughing at other Notre Dame fans enough that they thought it was ironic to keep it on their coffee table. So I am making fun of elderly. Notre Dame fans. Sparks joy for me. So it's hanging. Out. It's not too big. It's not too cumbersome, and there will be butterscotch over butterscotch stains over Arab. What what what is our rule here on sparking? Joy. Does it need to spark joy for both of us in order to keep it in the podcasting house or just one of us. Just one of us. We each get to make calls on the various various items. All right. It's marks joins. We'll keep it around the butter scotch stained era party rummage through. Destroy here for a second. This could be a little bit emotional for me. I've got here a keepsake. That was given to me. By both TCU and ole miss all labeled with a card one of those little heart cards on it that says from the both of us. Yeah. I have had this in my possession since about two thousand and four as you know, I've been very tight with TCU and very tight with old miss. Yeah. You're holding onto to a love of a bygone era for as long as I can remember the thing is every time. I'm ready to move on. I see one or the other out at Wegmans. And it's like, yeah, they changed their hair as maybe maybe we could grab coffee sometimes then eventually get close enough. And you realize this isn't this isn't working. So it's this constant see-saw that I've been on over. I'm being honest here. The last fifteen years of my life with TCU and ole miss and your darker moments. You will retreat to your closet and find that old land sharks, Jean jackets, right mallet. That's us. Get up in there and smell the land shark of data. Robert, Kim DJ t-shirt jersey, still sparks joy. Okay. But the question is what about this keepsake? I think it's time to move on a eight good years. Dan, a lot of good years. But I cannot be at a place in twenty nineteen where I'm still going on Facebook and looking up. DC on all Mississippi. What they're doing to look at the latest pictures. This keepsake is just a bitter reminder of bygones, I think I need to move Pat a married now. I know what the hell time I need to move past my TCU and ole miss thing in this keepsake is really just bringing up bad memories. Yeah. You should have gone on an eat pray love journey really fully get over ole miss and TCU by now. So I I'm going to thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. We'll give it one final play here. This little music box. So does this. We'll send it on Senate on its way. Does this mean officially you will be down on TCU and ole miss come August? It doesn't mean I'll be down on or you won't be up. You won't be high on. I'm going to be very ambivalent. Okay. You've been hurt. I have. Okay. You human? Okay. Let's move on throughout this house. Let's go outside. I I I'm looking at this Jim Harbaugh backyard trampoline. And I say to myself. I've had some good times. It was pricey for sure. But there's something inevitable about a backyard trampoline. Trampolines are a good idea. I think trampolines when you're caught up in the moment. And they are defensible. It's you can you know, hours of fun. You can do all you can put it by a pool a basketball hoop versatile. You know, you can if you're athlete enough. You can do flips. You can bounce people who are sitting others. Yes. I think trampolines are mostly fun. But there's a who is a dark side. He doesn't matter. If you put netting around, it doesn't matter. If you hire new coach netting is never high enough for transfer high enough. It's never strong enough. It you know, moving on to a new offense coordinator is yes, it's the sensible move. But is that what truly ails the trampoline? Or is it the trampoline itself? And so I'm going to thank this trampoline for giving me years and years of the fun and fodder. But I think it's time to donate this trampoline. You know? You're only supposed to own a trampoline for so. So long kids grow up, right and move out. And I think it's it's time for a new stop for this trampoline. I don't want to put this trampoline out. You know on the curb I wanna find a good owner, but the Jim Harbaugh backyard trampoline for me. I'm not sure that it has an everyday use anymore for me. Trampolines are a bad idea. Man. I'm telling you there. Jim Harbaugh has a fully bad idea. But I think there's something inevitably dark about the trampoline. Experience. You always see YouTube videos of the trampoline blowing over and gale force winds or someone going little double jump and all of a sudden, somebody tears to kill it. I was gonna I was gonna go there next. But yeah, sometimes you stray a little bit too far from the center, though, a chance of cracking your head on the. Yeah, it's just not a good idea. Do you have a personal favorite as we go off into a tangent? But also it's related to the home sort of a personal favourite type of YouTube fail category. I know what yours is by. I the old QVC fails of the guy falling off the ladder. Of course. These are all horrible things yet to sound like terrible people, but fails in which clearly the person is not seriously debilitated. Yeah. So there's an old QVC ladder fall video. If you go with that one at some favourite, there's one with the guy in the samurai sword where the sword breaks on QVC anything caught on QVC. Generally will make me giggle. I like that. I okay, I have to the first is wedding dances, gone awry. Okay. Sure. When a couple really goes for practicing, and they're going to swing dance and there's a toss. And then somebody goes through a table back. That's me. That is just that is right up. My alley but my main fail jam that. I would like to spread on my brain toast. I is little kids in power wheel tower wheels fail right power wheels. Are just you know, out of control down a hill falling asleep at the wheel and doing donuts. I just can't get enough. So trampoline fails or not up there for me because it's just too dark. All right. Let me go through this year. I this probably going to be an easy one fullest closet for a second. What do we want to do with this sexier than Edsel board game that we have from others? It's so specific it was given away at a early September game. We got this. You got to set a Yukon yard sale. Didn't we we did we did very expensive. I I mean, I think I speak for both of us. Yeah. It's the new guests who. Yeah. Okay. You got flip down tiles? All right. Let me go back in the box here. I've had this one wrapped up for a while. I pull it out. I don't know what every August September. This is the is Texas back needlepoint throw pillow. Oh, okay. So this was your head. This was given to us on one of our eight trips to south by south west. The question of whether or not Texas is back has been recurring one as you know, we've been doing the show it's going to be for how many years now eleven years. I'll get close to you hugged close to you. We've been wondering when Texas is going to be back forever. And so having this throw pillow close to us always is something that just constantly reminds us fact that Texas is not back, Dan, where do you stand on this? Yes. I think it ties the room together. That's where I stand. Yeah. I I I don't want this home to look like a model home. I wanted to look like us. And so especially you you love this question. It sparks and a weird amount of joy for you. I couldn't imagine. You owning a couch without your Texas is Texas back throw pillow. See this is a very close relative of that keepsake got from TCU and ole miss because Texas being tennis serves a purpose. This is this has a function Texas being Texas was in the lexicon. I think even before TCU and ole miss, but certainly can put your head down on this. It can comfort you for me. I'm just gonna go ahead and say, it's still sparks joy. Like, you said ties the room together. Still an essential part of what we do here in this podcasting house. So the does this team mean that you don't want taxes to be back? You do want Texas to be back to whatever that actually means or that you relish bathing in the purgatory that is Texas football perhaps starting out really well and having people rush to saying Texas back or by the end of the season having it be sort of open ended like it was after last year where there was some down moments and close calls and ugliness, but winning the Sugar Bowl right brings about this throw pillow to the forefront that it is a centerpiece of your college football's brain living room. I the answer to all of your questions is. No, okay. I look at this. This is a podcasting house that we are rummaging through here. Right. Get all the crap we got in this house. Okay. We've gathered this for well over a decade here. Yeah. Now, it's all here. I don't want Texas to not be back, nor do I want Texas to be back. I enjoy the fact that has a podcast we can continually ask the question whether or not they are, and depending on who you ask people see different things. But that's part of what makes it amusing. To me. It's just the question that has never answered you really like the last season of loss. Didn't you? I never saw lost. Dan. That's weird. I just people that enjoy that last season are just garbage TV while never saw any. That's like a big Jj Abrams thing like it's not the answer. It's the question. Okay. Well, there you go. That's kind of where I'm at with this. All right. Our next item, the dependable as I rummaged through my closet, and we all have items where of clothing where it's not that. It's the most stylish thing it's not that. It's the most comfortable thing. But you really just feel like yourself, right? Sure. Whether it's a button-down or a pair of jeans shoes. Or socks which is difficult to get rid of it. 'cause like, oh, this is just a classic item in my wardrobe, and as I'm going through this. Something just fell my northwestern cardigan. Okay. That's you know, you don't really have to wear in September. Which is good because it's rough in September for northwestern, but come October. There's something very comforting about light warmth tie late. It's not going to do all sorts of heavy lifting. Come December January. You know, it's not a parka. It's not a puffy jacket. It's on a coat it's not a pea coats. But there's something very comforting. Like, I'm just gonna just gonna throw on this Cardi and really just enjoy this. This fall walk on some leaves. And I can always depend on that card again, just feeling soft on my skin and keeping me just a little warm, but come come some challenging days. Come wintry. Mix days come sleep days. Come thunder snow. I can't depend on this card again. And a car to get thunder. Snow, Dan, absolutely not. I think it's time to thank this cardigan for all that it is done and making me feel like me. But I mean, it's dependable, Dan. It's dependable it's one hundred percent dependable what's better than a crisp fall. Walk tie. But I think I'm upgrading. I think I need some more fleece in my life. I think I need a hood in case it starts to sprinkle and the cardigans while comforting is something that I'm just not ready to fully enjoy anymore knowing what else is out there and so I- tip my hat to northwestern. But I I need something stronger later in the season. That's what I need. I know you beat a team like Notre Dame a few years ago. I know that that that did you well in the wind, but come Ohio State come Michigan being pretty warm is not good enough for me anymore. Bygones, be bygones, let's go on. Here's here. What do you have this is actually still in the box? Okay. I'm I'm a little bit afraid to spray. It you're going to get to it. But right haven't yet. It's still in the box afraid to take this out and spray it because as you know, it's rather intoxicating. I think a lot of people who listen to the show may have this in their closet is. Well, I'm talking about that old vintage two thousand and five USC Cologne. Oh that we got you see that all the way in the back corner. I like it. Most of the team is now on Fox Sports. That's right. It has a distinct smell you. Immediately know what you're looking at and seeing and those with the same things and smelling and just the general vibe when you're around somebody. Maybe it was you wearing that USC Cologne. Do we want to keep this around first off? I don't know what this smells like if I spray this. Smells, like the sweat of Lofa Tatupu. Okay. If the solid wife comes in here, and smells this she'll be none too pleased. I think we need to get rid of this. I actually think how if this is done more harm than good to USC fans, certainly to clay Helton. Having that old USC Cologne around is not doing anyone any favors that being said that old USC team was so much fun. I mean, there are many of them. I don't know if there's a specific. Well, I've got bodies I've got the ticket from the two thousand five Notre Dame USC game the Bush push game that I was at laminated an up on the studio wall here. Yeah. So I'm willing to hold onto that as my memorabilia from the USC teams gone past and not so much this Cologne, which once it gets up at your nostrils. It's just he can't get rid of it a lot it takes you over. Yeah. And there's something that is very disarming in a bad way about walking into a room and like, oh USC guy. Okay. I know what we're dealing with here. Yeah. I was gonna bring up Carol cool. Oh, cool. She's talking about two thousand four. Wow. That is fifteen years ago. There is. Something that is alarming and almost I don't wanna be two main here but predictable. Right. And you want some some changed? My life known something new. There's just something stale about this old Cologne. And I don't have a problem with Cologne in general tie. Let's upgrade the scent. We don't need all need to smell the same. We don't all need to do it in an identical way. So the final point year on USC, and it's not relevant so much to the Cologne as it is the current state of USC, but I had a big gathering here last weekend big fantasy draft fantasy baseball draft. And one of my friends is a die hard USC fan huge SC fan and the question in the room for him was he like Klay Hilton. How do you feel about Hilton? So mean, he looked very casually at the room and said, I like them just not as the coach. Oh, okay. Yeah. I thought was a good answer. Good way to answer the clever. One likes clay Helton the man as a coach different story. That's like the ultimate real life less. Exactly is a good guy. Also, Lofa tuba was not on the two thousand five squads. So the USC Cologne smells like sweaty, Brian Cushing and sounds about right Brian Cushing after wind sprints if you can let that failure knows. All right. Where we go next here. All right next. Let's go to I like this one Florida state and the bird feeder brought to the world. Okay. I'll be asleep bird. Feeder is something you use to attract some you like a good bird tie a do like, you'll birding. I I am an avid burder. Yes. Do you have a bird feeder and your backyard? I have to tuber actually have three I'm sorry. Three bird. Feeder I do. A bird feeder when it's working properly attracts birds feeds birds gives them a sanctuary place to sort of relax develop as birds. You know, how people talk. Really develop their song this stop by for some multiplication tables shirt. Yeah. Yeah. The Florida state bird. Feeder is a nightmare. It's leaking seed. It's never filled. The walls are collapsing. It's never filled. You think a bird is going to come and in the bird just flies over to the North Carolina bird? Feeder it's it's something that I thought was going to be a really good idea. I thought man this bird feeder is gonna attract so many quality birds to my backyard, and it's really going to be the centerpiece of this this area of my house. And all you got were squirrels bell out of squirrels of pass. Its you know lot of holes in the birdhouse. I just the construction of the bird feeder and the birdhouse on my part was shoddy. And I think is oh you Bill cut bait. I built the birdhouse low in you know, with the floor state instruction structure manual and really thought I was going to do a good job. But it seemed like a lot of great birds nearby. Right. It should be nothing. To get them into my backyard, and it's just been a nightmare so far tie. And you have a big backyard in Brooklyn huge uncommon in common. But the the the idea was sound I stand by the idea, but my execution I think has been problematic, and I just I'm going to go a different direction. So if I understand correctly, you are going to thank myself, you are taking responsibility for the struggles. I am trials and tribulations of the Florida state bird. Feeder does that mean a new birdhouse could be a good fresh start? I don't know. I don't know. But this one is not working out so far for me. And so that's my fault. I'm moving on. I wanna go to haven't played these in forever. Listen to this can be listening. I'm listening. Wow. That is my Alex Hornibrook a limited edition series of pop guns. Okay. I got these. I got these from an adoring Wisconsin fan, many moons ago, as you know, I've got this thing for gun arms in you do football. And it goes all the original original was Bryant Monets from Hawaii. Okay. I was going to say, TIMMY Chang. But I got the wrong Hawaii quarterback. Yeah. And like Bryan money. I'm not disparaging any of these guys. They played college quarterback. I did not. So they've already got that on me. But you know, the style of the games a little bit different. When he got a guy like a Bryant money's just doesn't those are really throw with a high rate of velocity. Okay. I think at a Heisman campaign. He may have two thousand eleven bullet bad quarterbacks. Just didn't throw the ball. Very hard angle it up to get it out. Okay. Yeah. Who's on your all pop popcorn arm team? Oh boy. Brian Monet's is on Rushmore. Okay. He's up there on a personal level. Tommy REEs is at least in the conversation. He could pry put trace McSorley in that conversation as well have horny for Harney, Brooke I've got Hornibrook here. I would probably need some time to really put together a comprehensive list, but I'm willing to do that. Because this is something I'm passionate about also just tweet us or Email us about who your favorite pop gun. And like, this is to be clear there successful despite not having a lot of arm strength. That's exactly what it is. It's it's playing a football video game or any sports video game when the health level is in the red. And they're not you have no more. Turbo. Kind of thing. Right. Like, I don't think Tim Tiba would quite fit into this Cowan decent enough. Armies at a weird heat a weird motion. Yeah. Herky-jerky motion, and he was very inaccurate one. I'm talking about someone who just doesn't throw it very. But still ends up being somewhat successful. You can make a case for Ian book right now Dame, obviously, very successful Kellen Moore Kellen Moore. Yes. Probably already good arm. He was more an -ticipant, Tori. So he wasn't gunning it in somewhere. Yeah. He's are a lot of quarterbacks who rely on timing based routes to have success at the college level. This was given to me in an ironic sense because I've long had fascination pass a nation with the pop gun arm. Kink? Can I go as far as saying kink Shir? If you want it's uncomfortable grimacing, but yeah, college I mean, we we did a hot and bothered episode. We did we did. I'm just never really that into the pop gun arm. Okay. I think it's time. I let this go as well. Because as we saw with trace last year as we saw with Ian book last year as we've seen time and again with college quarterbacks having a pop gun arm does not necessarily. Make you a losing and or ineffective quarterback. Right. It might not make you an NFL prospect. But then again, we don't do an NFL show. Right. And largely we don't really give it out. I really wanna call ball show. So I am willing to take. These pop goes one more pop. On the Alex warning, Brooke limited edition pop gun. I want to take it and throw it out the window here donated to a kid will confer a Christmas toy. But I think it's had its run with me. I'm going through all these teams. I don't know who I would. I gotta I think about this. I have to think about the my pop gun arm rankings. There's sin if you give me the weekend dog, I can come back with a full on pop gun. Google doc, Jake Browning. Nah. Okay, here even a D in. Okay arm. I think you have good ones you give it some thought. And nobody with the yes, you can't say Stobbe. No, okay. No years. That's different helped me out at solvable. Let me know all back on arm hall of fame week yet. Successful throwers. Yes. Where we go next in let me all right? You ever opened up that kitchen drawer. You know? Like, why do we have eight scissors in here? Bright. Well, here's here's the James Franklin egg-timer. Okay. So why did we have this to begin with? That's a good question. You I mean when you're setting up a kitchen you need to have the essentials, right? And I know most ovens have built in timers, you can use the microwave, but sometimes you wanna fallback of old analog technology. Let's get rid of it. Let's just this is taking up room. It doesn't we have. We have stop watches on our phones. I think it's time to get over relying on James Franklin and timing anything correctly to make properly. Yeah. Yeah. This is taking a way too much room in the drawer. Now. I can't I can't see from here. What it looks like is. It branded James Franklin. Oh, his head is on it for really. Yes. And it has his signature. Yeah. Like its role that they would even make this given his end of game awareness. Almost ironic. Tie a little bit. Yeah. Let's get rid of it. Let's just digit. We're tossing a lot out here. Yeah. This feels very healthy. Gimme so you have next something else. Go ahead. All right. I'm gonna go with this one's tough. This is tough for me because there's a usefulness to it. That is for me going to be hard to part ways with the Mark dantonio crate of tangled digital cable. Yeah, I have. So I had my eye on this to you want to get rid of the whole crate. Well, I just need to go through it and figure out what's actually working because there's a lot of use in the defensive cables buy their tangled with everything you've guy and net frayed lightening cable, then I think we'll still deliver power. But might give you a shock. There's a lot of problematic offensive cables in here. There's a lot of fire wire, and I don't think fire wires coming back now. And I should get rid of it much in the way that this coaching staff enough and should be overhauled. But I just. At some point. I'm going to say to myself. Well, maybe ties mixer has fire wired. I should bring it on the road. He'll ask me to bring it on the road. And it would be awful. If I, you know, get rid of it, and we can't find a fire while we can't find a radio shack or a best buy in Stillwater, Oklahoma. I just I it's hard for me to part with because it has brought me so much use. It's almost metaphorical. Do you have a crate of tangled digital calls? I have like eight crates. Yeah. What is the likelihood on a scale of one to ten that you will or are willing to go through that? And actually throw any of those cables out. It's tough for me. Personally. It's like a four. I know I should. And sometimes I find myself needing certain cables that I know I probably have micro USB that kind of thing. But I just have it for the like just in case moments, and I know by going through it I'm going to ruin the future for myself. So when I was moving in here, I went through my house, and I found one of those old cables for an eye Omegas. Zip drive, your member value, of course. And I couldn't bring myself to get rid of it. Really? What if I need to use it? Yeah. What d- what could you possibly hit? Oh, now magazine. Nothing nothing. I didn't even know where the zip drive is. Can't get rid old cables. Get rid of it. This offense of coaching staff. I'm out until Michigan state gets rid of this coaching staff. I don't care about rocky Lombardi. I don't care about any of this update or suffer the consequences of may not carrying that much. I mean, not believing in you. All right. Let's move on next since rummage through here. And see what we can find. Okay, here we go. Here we go. Let's go to our. Gus malzahn, commemorative hourglass, Dan. Ooh. Okay. Here's what I love about. This hour glass doesn't take up a lot of room doesn't take a lot of room doesn't collecting dust cost one million dollars cost one million dollars. Yeah. What I love about this hourglass. Dan, is there is infinite sand in the top chamber a million dollar hourglass that never actually runs out of the sand. Okay. The times never up. The time is never up. No matter how much it looks like the the grains are going to start making their way down. Always finds a way to just stop an exist. A million dollar hourglass here. So are you does it bring you joy that Gus malzahn is somehow able to cheat time time after time I think it's a question akin to his Texas back really I enjoy the fact that we find ourselves in the situation every year where? For like the unease is his time going to be up right now. They're going to win ten games. Gus malzahn is safe. No, they're going to win seven gate like oh, six and seven this constant push pull is what keeps me coming back for more while I'm I'm I'm going to say the sparks joy never getting rid of this. I like it. Okay. That's that's a nice mantelpiece. A conversation piece. All right. This one's going to be rough for me because as we go out into the garage. I still have this. It's a dusty crate of Mary Kay and herbalife products with a with each of them having a big old, Oregon. Oh on them. Got a lot of recruiting involves. We are a lot of flash and salesmanship, and whether or not these products are going to get me the riches that I would like to have. And so we're definitely somebody atop top appear amid I was gonna say possible pyramid scheme, not even possible for sure. And it's a matter of can I flip this into results. I can make a decent living with all these Mary Kay and herbalife products decent living, but in terms of becoming wealthy. I don't know. I I need more than salesmanship in recruiting. I need to see results. And I just I can't in good conscience say I'm seeing results yet. I'm going to give it more time. I'm going to let this crate hang around. I'm going to dust it off. But. I'm not optimistic. But I'm giving it a little more time. It's sparks enough. Join me that I'm going to try to keep recruiting and see where that gets me. Okay. There enough. I feel a little bit achey though. So little achey. No, it's okay. Okay. Lots of colors with all the Mary Kay stuff. Let's stay out west. Okay. We actually have something that might be worth money here. What are we have? It is not this podcast, as you know, we have a first edition in original manuscript of art of the deal by Larry, Scott. Oh. Larry Scott wrote, the original main is so Larry Scott. I didn't know this about him. But Larry Scott was formerly a professional tennis player. He was and I think ran the WTA random w TA for awhile. Got up to sixty ninth in the world. I saw as doubles tennis player, which is a little pretty good something like two hundred and tenth was his highest rating as a singles player, what are the big cornerstone elements of Larry Scott's guide to succeeding in the business of conferences or is chapter three look like one of those sample, Microsoft publisher pages with just a bunch of digits and letters as just fill-in. I never figured out. Why it has wore amid som in here. Lot alarm Epsom. And why the little remember the little paper clip guy from the old Microsoft were like, why is he? Atop the page here on chapter three, right? I don't really know. If there is a strategy, Dan, that's part of my confusion with why this book ever got published. There's a lot of fire festival to this book. There's a lot of just like screw it. Let's do it and be legends. The no matter. What happens did that? Larry Scott is gonna still sell a ton of copies and run off with some cash. Yeah. Didn't Larry Scott. Just get in trouble for spending like seventy five hundred dollars at the aria in Vegas. Yeah. I don't know if it was his money or the probably the conference is money. I mean, if we want to get his Larry, Scott, I think he's on a lot of things pretty poorly, but there's a lot that's out of his hands. And I talked about this a little bit with who who did we have on. I think it was Bruce Feldman about the Pac twelve and the autopsy or just like if USC were awesome two years ago and finished out Washington state on the road and made the playoffs. This conversation is not as loud, like if the if the top of the conference were better, we're not necessarily paying attention to Larry Scott's hotel room pricing, Morocco. Art of the deal. Larry, scott. I think it's a it's an ironic party gift. Yeah. That I think is worth keeping because it's the first edition. This is something that you take to a white elephant. Yes. Don't want to say it sparks joy. Yeah. And when you're down on your luck financially throw it on EBay. You're getting ten fifteen dollars. Absolutely for sedition. All right. We'll hold onto that one. Hold onto it. I'm gonna let me rummage through the here. Please. For a second. We're making such good progress. Look at this place. It's it's spit spit. So I have this next item in. In an old plastic container. I probably should have given it a little bit more respect. But walk me through it. You know, I moved. I have here. The ashes of the big twelve that were donated to us by the NBA. Yeah. Donated by damn Beebe. And maybe by our friendship Brown as well. Yeah. So the the big twelve has as long been a talking point ver- all their Hungary's. So can the big twelve is a fine Atty. Memphis, UCF a fine college Football Conference with a lot of history. But there was that moment where we all thought that the biggest teams in the Pac twelve we're going to be consumed by like, the pack forty two to create some super conference during all that all that that angst that surrounded conference realignment or the conference reacts is Texas am Oklahoma, Oklahoma state going to move to pack. That was I think those are the teams I think it was something like that. It was definitely both of the Oklahoma's. Yes. And Texas that was a thing. So we thought the big twelve was dead or that it wasn't going to look at all. Like it does today. Two teams did leave the big twelve. So now, the big twelve only has ten and there are some longer term questions about where this conference goes what this conference looks like fifteen twenty years down the line. I'm saying Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma state, Colorado, Colorado, K, sure, yes. So Nebraska and Colorado leave for the big ten and Pac twelve respectively, given the success. I think at the very top of the big twelve conference. It is really looking like these ashes spawned a new big twelve something it'd be a little bit more excited about like maybe these ashes were created prematurely. But also, maybe these ashes could be relevant at some point down the line here. Given what I think we both agree is a little bit of instability, given the state of college ripple elsewhere. I think the big twelve as it stands now. So the ashes have formed into lie. Like a like one of the fast and furious. Tiny little cars. Okay. It's you know, a tiny little Honda with smaller than an accord civic. It's like a souped up civic. Yeah, they're fun. They're fast. Sounds like a lawnmower. There's excitement sounds like a lawnmower size of a riding mower? But in terms of utility, there's not much more. You can do with the souped up civic than race. You're not. It's not super dependable going to break down a little nauseam. That will not is. Yeah, sure. I'm a little nauseous Lincoln Riley shark Cuyler Murray for that matter. But it sure as hell is fun. And that's fine. So keep the keep the civic, whatever. What do we think the eighty inch ole Ed here that we have the Alabama eighty and show lead? It's a lot. He's taking up a lot of room. It's big for the house. Yeah. It is big for the house big for the room can't look away. And you know, what they say dominated vs is that you can always go bigger, always always go, and I got to be if you go online, you can find TV size calculators where you have to measure your room. How far away is your couch from where you're gonna put your television. Right. There are all sorts of online calculators that help you do this very thing in my house here. They told me I could have a ninety inch television. Wow. A ninety inch a ninety inch television. Humble brag. Yeah. No, it's not a big room. That's my huge room tie. I get it. I'm twelve magnum TV up twelve feet away from where I wanted to put the TV and according to the motion picture assoc. Of america. I should have a ninety inch screen how big to go. I didn't go ninety. I'll tell you that. I didn't go fifty five sixty five he went sixty five and that's about that's about the upper limit. Rockfeller but eighty inches ages. No moss. You think that's too dominant in a room? You kidding me? You wanna be able to see the totality of the room and an eighty inch. Oh lead is that what people are buying now. I would I would suggest a lead if you're gonna lie big TV. You don't need to recommend a brand unless fro Tang us. There's only one brand that makes it, but that's not all Ed. What is the stand for organic? Ooh. Yeah. I think I'm going to I'm going to hold onto this Haiti and Scher you can always put man cave or you could sell it. If you're cat, or what was there's a commercial. She shed she shall share this. She shed. Yeah. I'm gonna hang onto this Jody with an is when bugging me about getting a bigger TV for a wise that true that is true. I have the same forty six inch Sony had since two thousand nine and it's time. It's still works though. Tie the processor still. So I have a hard time. Yeah. It's I understand. Why people will say it's dominating a room. You know, why don't we treat this room a little bit more sensibly? But I mean results are results and Joz looks killer on an eighty inch lead. I don't know. Okay. What do you think about? Scott frost p ninety x DVD's you ever going to pop those have it re- haven't back here. My closet. Hold on. Yeah. There we go. Do you ever gonna pop those in and see if you can get the full transformation? Yeah. It's aggressive transformation. I man DVD's. I don't even know how play a DVD that throwback feeling that you get from Scott frost and Nebraska. We can't even Papa DVD in your laptop anymore. No, absolutely. Not don't have an optical drive. I am going to try and figure out a way to get it done. Like, if the the videos are on YouTube or something I can stream it somehow I can buy digital version. But ultimately long term. I don't think the results I have in the back of my head. A an eight-pack. Sure a line with reality of what's happening as a thirty five year old dad yet in the see the problem with workout DVDs is that every time you go online to try and find reviews, everything is very positive. Of course, remember tai-bo? I served Billy blanks ribs in highschool, really. Yeah. That's true. You know? I mean, where's he now? I assume west Hills California, but I don't know what kind of staying power. Does this work out? Really have what kind of transformational power? Does it have Kennett transform you in a timely fashion. So that you don't lose your patience. I think Billy blanks is is it only links banks blanks. O P L A N K S. I think Billy blanks is not like Olsen twin wealthy. But I think he's chase Daniel wealthy and be like I have not seen him do much lately. How much is he? Well, he is worth a lot of money. He's wearing a yellow singlet on the video that I pulled up here on YouTube. Really? Yeah. Billy blanks over thirty million dollars. Well, how good for Billy that might be worth about Scott for us to be honest. So I feel like the results will happen with Scott frost thirty, and he'll Scott frost DVD's, I feel like there will be noticeable impressive results. Okay. Eight-pack gigli PEX. Thunder. Cavs power gluts. I don't know. I don't know if I'm getting to be an apex predator with Scott frost power p ninety x DVD's. I don't think I'm there. I'm not becoming decay Metcalf. And us, I believe Nebraska tops out at ten and two nine three. Interesting system. Really? Yeah. Impressive. Huge physical transformation turnaround. Eight-pack and power, glued saddle. No. I'm not saying it, do you? Remember the guy from that MTV show? What was it the one where they want the perfect body? Oh, the the the cap surgery, and he had the calf in plants. I don't know if that was made or something it was it was a cousin of made. Yeah. I don't know what got me thinking about that. We've really covered some ground here. Thunder. Cavs Billy blanks to it was true life true-life for life. And yeah, you Google calf implants MTV it shows up right away. I think about that monthly tie. I'm going to read you according to complex. Yeah. And you just based on these titles and you can't choose calf implant guy. Okay. Complex has the greatest MTV true life characters of all time. So I'm going to say true life, and I'm going to do post coal, and I'm going to tell you true life Kolon. Okay. Ready? Sure. True life. I have a hot mom. True life. I'm addicted to sex true-life a medicinal to food true-life. I hate the government true-life fan. Boy. True life. I'm a street racer. Okay. Shout out to the civic. Sure. True life. I'm dead broke true life. I live on the border true life. I'm a sex offender true life. I'm getting unusual plastic surgery. There we go through life. I haven't Darasing parents the sequel. True life. I'm a gamer poor guy. True-life I'm coming out. True life. I stutter true life. I'm an alcoholic true-life. I'm addicted to crystal meth, wow. To turn deep true life. I'm deaf. True-life? I have schizophrenia true life. I have OCD true life. I'm addicted to porn don't isolate that audio true-life. I want the perfect body. I think this is the calf that had to be the calf guy, right? I don't know. Why? I remember the perfect body bit of that. But yeah, that is true life. I'm getting married. True life. I have a summer share. Okay. I think the clear winner is true life. I have a hot mom. Because it's somebody talking about having a hot mom. And that's hilariously awkward. Oh, man. So yes implant guy was wonderful. I've never looked at anybody's Cavs. We've got time for a few more things here. All right. Gimme let's walk through this house. We got off topic. Let's let's take up some of that old stuff. Oh, thank you. Oh, phil. We're going to donate all the stuff. Let's let's go back to the big twelve for a second. Okay. Do we really need these Lincoln Riley, moving pots? Oh god. This is just almost pragmatic. It's pragmatic, but it's taking up critical sight lines in the back. We've heard a paver patio back here off the back edge of the podcasting house, right? What happened is grill station? We'll have a good place where our guests can gather and listen to the verbal as we typically have here at the podcast houses. You know, Dan, these moving PO we got nowhere to put the moving pods there really at the top of the driveway. They're huge. They're an sore. And they're getting in the way, they moving very convenient though, they do if you need to move at the drop of a hat. They do being in a colder month. Yeah. They don't spark joy from me. Okay. I think they're very practical. But I think if we need to get moving pods. We can always just call an order more movie. Robots? True. It's not keep on hand. At least not at this juncture because I think Lincoln Riley is going to be staying put for awhile, really. Yeah. I don't know. You don't think? So there comes a time to capitalize on one success and. Let's say let's say Jalen hurts doesn't work out in the way. He's not in the same stratosphere as Kyle Murray and Baker Mayfield. And all of a sudden Lincoln Riley is named goes from scorching hot to merely warm. I could see him not wanting to fall further away farther away from NFL general managers and not that the money is is one thing because college you can make a ton of money. That's not a huge deal. He's living in Norman, Oklahoma. It's not a particularly expensive place to live per, my guess, but I don't think if he if they go nine and three this year, all of the sudden he might see his name shrink and forget a little bit. And oh, wow. The I don't know what jobs will open up in the NFL next year. But you know, Freddie, kitchens is a disaster and Cleveland or somewhere with a good young promising quarterback. And that job opens up. I think there's a chance that this is the last year of Lincoln Riley and having those pods around. So they sparked joy for you. No, it doesn't bring me any joy. It doesn't bring me any. They we gotta get rid of it. I don't even know. It's pragmatic. You're right. I don't think we need to take them with us into our future. Donate it to Randy Edsall. That's right. Yeah. All right last one here to clay Helton. Let's go to our triple option magic bullet. And oh. Yeah. Do you own a magic bullet? I do own a magic bullet. It was a gift from my my in laws, and I use it. I got one for my wedding as well. Yeah. Feel like it's a popular wedding gift. Maybe we should send one to our boy Taylor. That's all. I mean, if he's into smoothies fees into purifying sauces, Keurigs Haass's, excuse me. Yeah. The triple option magic bullet though. Six on a nice double meaning here too. It does doesn't it? Yeah. I have never been a fan of the triple option magic bullet. Okay. I don't think the thing works the way it's supposed to and what I really don't like what really creeps me out about it. When you get your triple option magic bullet in the kitchen, you plug it in you, flip it on all the lights flicker. It's like drawing too much power. Is that true? It is true. Oh, okay. I haven't noticed it draws a little too much power from the main board. I'm afraid the whole thing's going to blow up mile, and it's really not that spectacular to begin with it does little jobs. It does little jobs. Well, I'm tossing this thing. I I don't think you get long jetty out of this. I would rather spend the money now if you're cooking for one I'm not cooking for one anymore now either you you cook it for three. I know. This is true. Let's get rid of it spend the money on something that's going to give us a little bit more long jetty and do a better job. I am a big believer in the magic. The triple option magic bullet for even decent sized meals. I think it has utility. I think it speeds things up in terms of you can't make a whole meal that you can't shop everything for a meal with it. But the reason I'm donating this is not because I don't like it. It's because I don't believe that decision makers at big places believe in it. And so that is I it's just exhausting to look at Zona hiring Kevin Sunlen instead of Kenya model. Elo. It's exhausting to look at Kansas hiring less miles instead of Jeff Mahnken or somebody like that when so clearly the chopping wouldn't get done efficiently and think food would get made in a way that is way better and more organized than it would be otherwise. But the chefs don't care the chefs just don't care or the restaurant owners, just don't care and. And I'm just I'm fighting a losing battle here. So I'm donating the magic bullet. All right. I'm with you, Dan. Yeah. So look listen expensive knife. Instead, I guess we could probably do way more. This you hear you hear all the junk. That's just I don't know how loud it's coming through on the microphone, but we got a lot of junk. Now, I gotta go through a lot of this a lot of junk. And maybe we can do more of this. But at least for now the com Mari method. We'll get this place. It's already taking on a whole new shape. I'm just glad neither one of us is going to smell like a sweaty Brian Cushing anymore. No never. No. I think we're done with that sent. All right. Well, please do right in. I feel so much Morgan is I do too. Yeah. This is a weight off, my my shoulders, spring cleaning very much thing. You're an actual big believer right in the con- Mari method. Yeah. Have you folded? Call me, and my life is file folded at this point. I've donated a bunch of stuff. But the problem that I have that you do not have is once you had a third tiny little human to your household, especially one that's not super large in a big city. It's not my stuff. Let's take up a lot of room. I do have some stuff. But all of a sudden, your place shrinks a lot. So are we talking about whether or not to sell the baby sparks joy? The celebrate does spark join k the insure all of the toys and rockers and bottles and onesies. That's that's heavy duty. That's platinum level. Con Mari method. You will have your day, sir. I know the one thing I I really did not realize what I would recommend to expectant expecting. Parents get in a rhythm of crazy organization. Get in a crazy rhythm of anytime dishes out. You gotta wash real quick and put a dishwasher to like almost become a pit crew before the little one arrives. We were. Okay. But we are are lug nuts everywhere. It's also my my my semi my second recommendation in terms of be over organized live in a place with a washer and dryer. Whether it's a house or an apartment, do whatever you have to do to live in a place for the washer dryer because we have one for the first time in thank God, we do. All right. I mean, I need Mari condo over here. Pretty quickly on that note. This fun, Robin soliver, Gino dot com. Let us know what else we should give us more items to figure out. Yes. Please also tweet us at solvable. She got any pop gun hall of fame. Suggestions, I will be compiling a list before next show. I wanna know this so badly. This lead is for sure. Don't forget again, solvable dot com is the website. 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Episode 171: The Storyteller, with Rey Ybarra

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38:35 min | 1 year ago

Episode 171: The Storyteller, with Rey Ybarra

"Welcome to absolute advantage. The show guaranteed shorten your path to success. We talked to amazing entrepreneurs and leaders at the top of their game. And give you the tools to develop the advantage to lead succeed and make a difference. Now, here's your host successful entrepreneur investor and master connector, Kelly Hatfield. Welcome everyone. I'm Kelly Hatfield 'em so thankful you've join me today as many of you know, who are regular listeners of the show the ripple effect is a concept near and dear to my heart. And I really feel like it's what it means to me. It's it's about how we show up in life. The actions we take and how that ripples out into the world. And beyond today's episode. We're going to going to explore the ripple effect as it relates to leadership. Entrepreneurship courage mindset, and our guest is going to share some practical and tactical lessons with you. So you can shorten your path to success and make a bigger impact on those usurp and so truly experiencing that ripple effect in action. And we we have an amazing guest today. And I'm so excited for y'all to hear his story. We have Ray Ibarra. He is the author of the multimedia book conversations with shark tank winners beach. Shering powerful written audio and video stories with the entrepreneurs from the hit TV show shark tank. He's toured the country with some of the most successful entrepreneurs from the show producing his panel presentations for the small business expo the network after work group, the university of Phoenix school of business Broward college school of business in Santa Monica college entrepreneur program in two thousand five Ray was diagnosed with severe rheumatoid rheumatoid arthritis a serious, chronic and painful, systemic autoimmune disease. That destroys the body's joints causes painful, chronic swelling, and as serious organ damage of which there is no cure embarking on a new journey in two thousand nineteen the disabled preneurs his program to help entrepreneur suffering and silence with this debilitating disease, which will provide guidance strategies and more for combating the extreme judgments prejudice and negatively associated with the disease. So rare welcome I'm so excited. Did you? Join me today. Kelly. Thank you so much for having me on your wonderful show. I'm excited to be here with you. So you know, I gave obviously kind of thirty thousand foot view in a very general introduction. But I'm so fascinated by your story by the work you've done in this conversations with shark tank winners. I'm excited to dig into some of those. Ideas and things you've learned as a result of that. And of your your journey that you're going through right now. But before we do that, would you mind walking our listeners really through your journey and your story to this point. Thank you. I would be honored to do that Kelly in the best way that I can it. It's been a journey incredible journey from when I started the conversations with shark tank winters book project, probably about seven years six seven years ago. Ready? I can't believe how fast time goes Bligh's by. But that was a journey to me were produced in my multimedia book. Meaning that there's written audio video stories of these incredible entrepreneurs, I say ordinary people in the very uplifting positive way, Kelly ordinary people doing extraordinary things, and I've gotten to know so many of these wonderful people these wonderful, entrepreneurs and business owners. That many of them have become my very good friends now, and they've honored me and they've trusted me to share their stories with the world and their incredible stories and one of the things Kelly. That's so powerful about shark tank. It's just much more than a TV show. What it is is that I always tell people, and when I was on my tour, and I'll get to that in a minute here when I was on tour. I would always say to the listening audience that I guarantee that you're going to see a little bit or a lot of yourself in. These entrepreneurs a that I've interviewed that you've seen on TV. And that's what's so phenomenal about this show stories telling stories has always been my calling, and I believe what is so important for an individual to be successful is to find out what they are great at. Now, we're good at some things were good. Maybe at a lot of things, but finding out what your true talents and gifts are and finding out what your. At that can be allusive that can take time that can you have to go through trial and error a lot of the time before you find out what your vocation in your calling is and having the wherewithal to understand and recognize it. So I started on this journey. I had a podcast like human years ago. I've been in media for over twenty three twenty two twenty three years from producing small internet radio show, two major broadcast radio show here in Los Angeles to local public access cable television, internet radio live, inter active online reality TV programming now becoming a multimedia author and speaker. And so when a lot of the big organizations found out that I had produced this book they wanted to talk to me about partnering with them, the university of Phoenix school of business campuses here in California, protest me. And they asked me if I can get some shark tank entrepreneurs to get it to sit on a panel, and I invited them and they came and then the brow. College university of Phoenix and Broward college in Fort Lauderdale, Florida wanted me to do the same thing small business expo protest me and said, hey, look, can you produce panel presentations? We'll take you on tour across the states feature. Humane state centerstage as shirt, and and then the network after work group, the largest group of online professional business professionals online, they hold up monthly events networking events. And all the major cities across the US about a million and a half members. They said the can you come onto a repeat the process. I said, let's let's do this thing. Now, all the while what I was doing this. Nobody knew this that back in two thousand five I was diagnosed with a major auto immune disease, rheumatoid disease, commonly referred to his rheumatoid arthritis. It is a it is a disease at systemic. Meaning that it affects your whole body. It does incredible damage to your heart your lungs, your Oregon's destroys, your joints and tissues causes incr-. Credible swelling and just is horrendous. And I unfortunately inherited the the gene it's hereditary in my family. My mother had at five of her sisters added two of them were in wheelchairs and their hands to shriveled up their whole bodies were destroyed and when I tested for this disease. I had been suffering from pain and stiffness it started in my right shoulder than it went over to my left shoulder. And it just continue went through my body. I'd always been at let Kelly I was in the martial arts. Boxing, jump roping weight lifting running all of it. I was always athletic. So I didn't pay too much attention when I was sore at I well, you know, it's part of the process here to sports injury. Or that's how it is when your athletic, but it, but it did something different. I can feel that my joints in my hand started swell up and then from there, I it's just been an incredible journey. Very difficult journey. Nobody knew that. I had this. I didn't let it out of the bag and one of the reasons is because I'm a very strong person, I work through things, and you know, this better than most Kelly as entrepreneurs we tend to really work through things and and try to figure them out. So I was doing that. When I was when I was diagnosed with this disease. You know, there's so many things that come to mind as you tell your story. And so I'm going to kind of systematically touch on touch on each one of them and ask your thoughts around them. And the first thing that I wanna do is just thank you for being so vulnerable and sharing your story around this because there are a lot of people who are listening or who know people who are going through auto immune issues, you know, whether it's actual disease or having different auto immune response. His two things it's becoming more and more prevalent, and there's a lot of people suffering in silence. And so first of all thank you for putting this out and having the courage to to share this with people because there's going to be a lot of people who will benefit from this. Thank you for that. It got to a point with me or I can no longer be silent. Because of. Some of the some recent situations with family members that took place, and I just got to a point to where I just said. Okay. Well, I have to do something about this because this disease affects about a million and a half people here in the United States yearly and also a lot as you said a lot of us suffering. Silence. And there's a reason for that. The reason is because not only is there. The physical component of this. But there is the societal aspect in component of this. That is just as bad as what you're going through physically. And that is that you, unfortunately, we go through extreme judgments. Yes. The extreme negativity extreme condemnation and so much more. We're not just talking about people that are around you. But the healthcare professionals the legal professionals when you go to get your disability benefits the people in power. It has been a harass. Indus journey that I have gone through. And I know that I'm not alone on this. But we it's so bad, and there's so much misconception about this horrible disease that there's a there's a movement to go that's going on now Kelly to eliminate the word arthritis, and that's why say rheumatoid disease because when you say arthritis, it minimizes what the disease is because of preconceived ideas. And and and misconceptions about it. Now -solutely I mean when I think of arthritis. I think of my grandma who's joints are Steph, or, you know, not the extreme impact that this has is far as organ damage and words, literally destroying your body's joints. And so no, I mean, I think to the point that you were just making a lot of us have a different perception of what we use the word arthritis. Yes. And so there's a movement going on right now. So. Because of all these things that have taken place. I can no longer sit by and and not do anything about this, especially with just happened in my life with some family members that it sadly, they've taken a position that, you know, diseases that I have which is a major disease again, I'm going to repeat that it's it's nothing more than our thrice. But they're ignorant. They don't know. They don't wanna know. And this is unfortunately, the attitude that a lot of people have toward those that have this. And as I said, a lot of a entrepreneurs that some that I do know others many that I don't know they have a this condition this disease, and they're suffering and silence. Now, I wanna I wanna rela- this because this is so important for your listeners to know. And for those that one in a more about this disease, you know, on shark tank, I deal with a lot with the shark tank onto preneurs half from a number of years, and and one of the things at the shark Zoe say, of course. Is that when they're pitching after their pitch? They have to know your know your numbers. What are your numbers? What does it cost to make this product? What do you what is it at wholesale? What do you sell it for retail where selling it at who's your competition, and how much what are your sales over the last six months to year and on and on and on? Well, I've memorized than I know numbers that are much more important than sales numbers, and those are my rheumatoid disease numbers, and this will give you a clear picture of how serious my situation is. Because as I said, I come from a an incredible history of this terrible disease in my family. A normal. Let's say that that you dec- and this disease mostly affects women. So let's say, for instance, Kelly that you start to have stiffness in your hands one morning, and and they won't go away. So you go on to see your doctor, and he says, well, let's test you for rheumatoid arthritis just to be on the safe side. So you have an RN factor test. And that are a factor determined can is a big indicator. If if you have the disease does another test that goes on top of that that determine so completely. But this one is an RA factor. So you go and take a test. And then you go into your doctor and for the results, and he says well Kelly, you're fine because a normal test is under ten well, my number tested at one hundred ninety seven oh, it's just astronomically off the charts. Now, another test that indicates how aggressive is in your body is a antibody tests and enormous test is under. Twenty I tested at one hundred forty three all strong positive test is sixty. So I was I I have rheumatoid arthritis have deformities and my feet it's gone to my knee my eye doctor three years ago when I tested for this disease years ago. My my my numbers were off the chart they'd gotten even higher now and about three years ago. I went into my eye doctor because you have to get your eyes checked every six months with this disease for shortness disease and other things that happen in association with rheumatoid disease, and my doctor called me back three years ago right away and says, look you gotta go into see your rheumatologist right away because your numbers are just sky hide. And it's changing you wanna molecular structure, you gotta go and right now. Wow. So so those are my numbers, and you know, one thing I do want to say is that I've never been able to to handle drugs. Well, and so my body reacts violently toward them. Out of the drugs. You take for our rheumatoid disease are cancer drugs. Yeah. Yeah. And so they've done my body. I got so sick with them that I had to stop taking them, and then the disease even furthered it self. So I was between a rock and a hard place. What am I going to do here last year? I was in and out of emergency for half of the year, Guinea pump full of steroids because my whole body was shutting down I had a flare up that lasted about four months. It wouldn't go away. And so that's what led me to this new rheumatologist and Nana powerful a drug called a rents seven hundred fifty milligrams with drug infusion cortisone, shot high ibew, reproof and steroids. So the the drug will not react by I won't have an allergic reaction to it. It's not a a therapy that an joy, I cannot stand. It it. It causes a lot of pain in Agra vacation, but it's necessary. So this is what this is what we're up against when somebody says that you have our rheumatoid arthritis rheumatoid disease. This is what it is. Well, I appreciate the education around it. You know for, sir. And I'm interested so as you've navigated this. I mean being an entrepreneur like yourself, traveling to the extent that you're traveling, you know, getting up and speaking in front of groups needing to be on your a game. What are some of the things that you've done from a mindset standpoint to, you know, help you to continue to show up in the way that you need to show up. You know, when you're representing your brand. You know, do you have any insider or tips for any of our listeners who might be in your very same shoes right now. Yeah. Well, first and foremost, I was raised to be a Christian. And I always believed in the good Lord. My faith in him is has really got me through some just desperate times. You know, I was almost out on the street the few times because of what this did to me healthwise and financially. The other thing is as I had mentioned before that I've always been a very strong person, internally strong intestinal, fortitude, cultivated things that helped me to develop that mental toughness and the respectable resilience on the inside when these situations have arisen, and so I've been very thankful for that for having that it's been naturally inherited me, but I've had a it like everything else. You know, if you don't work on it. It it. It's like anything else, you you tend to lose things that you don't work on. So you have to be very mindful added develop your mind muscles to and you're in. I always said to my wife, if if this disease, a once my body, I'm gonna fight it with everything that I have. But if if as long as it doesn't get me between my years because the minute it starts to defeat me there. Then then finished, right? So -veloping a mental attitude. I've always loved humor. I've always liked the laugh, I'm kind of a really goofy guy. So so that is really helped me I love the three stooges laurel and hardy that stick in slapstick and stuff, and I just love goofy things and not many people know that about me, my wife, certainly does. But that's kept me going and just keeping an attitude of gratitude, I'm here another day. When you very sick. I actually thought that one time Kelly that the few times that I wasn't going to be here anymore because it was the pain was so horrendous. I remember one morning. I was in the office here. I turn them away said darling. I think I'm dying, and I literally meant that because the pain was so horrendous, and it was just an a horrendous existence that I was living, and since you know, when you get sick you see the world very different than the beforehand. Right. And so every day, I'm thankful for then if I can just leave your listeners with just do the best you can with what you have where you're at thankful. That's such great advice. I mean, I think all of us listening. No matter what's happening in your your life. Whether there's an illness or just a talent that you're up against right now. That's great advice. Thank you. Now. I'd like to switch gears a little bit and really start to dig into some of the things that you've learned through Unisem of the amazing interviews that you've had with the shark tank winners. And but I'd like to circle back on something you mentioned when you were talking about in the introduction. Which is you said you need to find kind of what you're good at. You know, what are you great at? And I was wondering whether you have any. Tips for our listeners around trying to get that pin down. I think that a lot of people might have a general overall understanding of the things that maybe come naturally to them. But in terms of really finding that thing you're passionate about any thoughts around that it related to your specific experience or perhaps something that you've learned from some the shark take winners. That's a great question. Kelly. Thank you for asking that. Because that's important. I will say this that when you are on a journey, and you're on a path to discovery finding what you're great at most of the time. Most of us don't know what that is. It's usually we think it's something initially that we go for. But then another door opens up, and you have to have the ability to see that opportunity words, taking you have the courage to go through that door because more often than not that's going to be where you need to be where your natural talents and where your greatness lies, and let me give you an example of this. I was studying to be therapist. At one time many years ago, I thought that that was my calling. So I produced the little fifteen minute internet radio show. On stress reduction, and that was a part of my training to become a therapist. And so I found out that I really enjoyed it. And I really liked it. And from there, I went online, and I was looking to get my show to a larger audience. So I sent out examples of of my show to a lot of the program directors of the major radio stations here in Los Angeles and one of them call me back. And so from there, I produced the live to our call in radio talk show in one of the major radio stations here in Los Angeles than many of the the guests at that time. Oprah Winfrey is really big on TV, many of her guests that was able to get on my show without any experience at all. Wow. That was my first broadcast radio show action. My only one, but. And it all started from me wanting to be a therapist radio. And that's where I found out. My calling was but I had to have the wherewithal and pay attention to that. This is something that I truly enjoy that. I truly love I love telling stories of of of interesting people sharing their stories. And so for me was the story telling stories, and that's high got into produce multimedia book and sharing stories on stage. And so finding your greatness, it's one of those things that you're going to what I would say to your listeners is that you you can have an idea where you wanna go, but pay close attention because usually what happens is that adore is going to open up opportunities that you think is not right for you. But have the wherewithal to go through that door because more often than not that's where you're going. That's what you should be. I love that. And you know, I think that there are so many people listening who are doing something for the wrong reason. Whether it's because that's what the expectation is of them as a as a son or daughter. You know, maybe the story we tell ourselves, you know, or that our parents have kind of told for us, and you get into the maybe the wrong space. But, you know, I'm not wrong space, but something that truly isn't aligned with that thing that is going to just really fill you up. And so what you're saying is get it into your awareness and pay attention to those things. And so for you, the conduit to finding something you truly loved was was taking action, you know, your therapist, and then kind of following that path a little bit and these doors opened up that presented, you know opportunity to that. Really? Just felt right? Is that is that what I was hearing. Yeah. That's the majority of it. And then finding of course, what what you're great at that. As I said that can be very allusive for me. It's it ended up being telling stories. Yes. Use me the story with me is the foundation for everything I've done telling the stories, you know, the the Olympic documentaries are so powerful. And I love those every time the Olympics comes around right before an athlete goes to participate in their race or their event. They'll go to like, a sixty second or or a couple of minute mini documentary about that person. Yes, they come back. They come back. You look at that person and see them in a totally different light. Because now, you know, what they've gone through to get there. What they've sacrificed the things that they've had to go through. And that's to me as I had mentioned at the beginning of our time together Kelly, the entrepreneurs the shark tank entrepreneurs that have gone on to do some great things and anybody who goes on that show is a winner because of of the things that. You have to go through to get to get considered just to be on that show. It's just monumental. But they have trusted me to tell their stories. They honored me to tell their stories and share them a four inspiring in motivating and helping entrepreneurs find their greatness, you know, let's kind of dive into that a little bit more. So and this is probably going to be asked like asking you to pick a favorite child or. Let's talk around. I wanna I wanna this idea of storytelling and hearing your perspective from information you've gathered from these amazing onto preneurs fascinates me. So let's talk about do you have a story around the idea of specifically around courage and around, and I mean, gosh there that can mean that can encompass a lot of things from, you know, have the courage to have a bigger vision for yourself to to pursue your dreams to to speak up to make a really difficult decision to learn new skills to be vulnerable. Like, you just were with all of us. Is there specific store you have around courage that you could share with our listeners today from either your experience of that a or that of the people you've interviewed many stories of as I've gotten. No, personally, these great people, these wonderful people that are mentioned now become many of them. My good friends. Now, they all have their stories. They've all sacrifice so much and have given so much to to you know, on the journey, and in particular one one story that stands out to me is Billy blanks junior and his wife, Sharon, Catherine blanks. They were on an episode many years ago while by four years ago five years ago, and I think there I recall there there system of dance of teaching dance. Instructors was I think it was called dance on it. I think I have to go back and review it it's been a little while now, but. Billy blanks junior is the son of Billy blanks. Tai-bo creator of tai-bo. Yep. And so they're was a was just absolutely phenomenal. You I asked him. I said did did what happened on the show actually happen? Like that that they edited down or what did they do? And he goes, no happen. Exactly. Like that where they Daymond John was trying to make a deal with them. And they didn't quite understand what he was trying to do to help them. And so after they turned down, the offer Damon said, you know, they went backstage and Tamin said, I gotta go help them. They helped him to understand and save them from themselves. So he literally walked backstage into the room, and he explained to them what was going on and to help them. With their program to market it to get it going. And so they accepted the deal backstage. And they said it happened. Exactly. Like that. Now, what people don't understand during that time? And this is where the stories in the powerful stories come in. And especially this one of courage is there were homeless when they produce their their segment on shark tank. They lost our home. Wow. They were limited in a hotel. They were teaching their dance instruction to their students at this hotel, and they would walk around the back after their programs and go to their hotel room. They lost everything that matter of fact, they their their their power was shut off when they went home from the segment than they lost her home. And so they told her son when they were in the hotel that they were on vacation there were living there, and they were on vacation. And so talking about a story of courage. These are the things that that you don't see because if course, you know, your added down to about ten minutes. Perhaps owed on shark tank, but they have all incredible stories that just so much of sacrifice to get on that show. The the the incredible amount of time and effort, it takes to just be considered. Now, this is about six years ago five six years ago, and it's even harder now to get on because you know, you have to get through not only to pitch to the sharks. You have to get through two components to the show Kelly. You have to get through the gatekeepers. The producers of the show you have to get through them. If they think your story, and you deliver them on that story is compelling enough. You go down to the next round, and you keep going and going and going, and then you you can you if you're fortunate enough to get called back, you can film your your segment, but they say it's still no guarantee that we're going to show up until you see it on on on the television show. Oh, we can cut you at the last minute for whatever reason that you won't show so up until the time your show is is broadcast on shark tank. You're not gonna know they'll tell you that your segment is going to be on. But then it might not show at the last minute. Wow. Really bru-. Oh my gosh. Totally brutal. That's crazy. Wow. Well, and I would imagine to as the show has got more and more popular, the, you know, the competition has gotten so much more fear Safar just even getting on the show, you know, to your point. Yeah. Will back in the day when I was producing this. This book this multimedia book about forty thousand. People addition. I think it's something like a hundred thousand or ships to it or something crazy and a lot of like some good friends of mine. Sabin Lomakin Jim sleekness of cousins, Maine lobster. When I they secured a deal with Barbara Corcoran. And and when I had them come in for their segment, they had one cousins Maine lobster truck here in Los Angeles. And now they're franchise and across the United States. They've got restaurants here in Los Angeles and one in Taiwan and somewhere else and their their bestselling book, and there's some of the most successful nicest entrepreneurs on the planet and their their business now is valuated over fifty million. I think I thought commercial the other day with them in to just reached with that was a quick books. I saw them. Yeah. Yeah. So these guys I mean, the stories are endless are so powerful there. So motivating I love sharing them on stage. I just produced a panel last November for Santa Monica college and the kids and now is trying to tell them trying to get them to understand about. How important it is to go out and network to leave your digital? Vices devices set them down from it at gone network because the most powerful deals that you're gonna make in in and thanks for your business. When you're building these going out and meeting people one on one, it's not it's not texting it's not going on social media. It's the one on one thing and to network and then from networking to be a connector when some of them asked me, what is a connector while a connector is like in your opening of your program here. Kelly a connector is I connected you with shark tank entrepreneurs in this live setting. So how do you do that? What are the steps involved with that? So it's yeah, it I'm very excited about it. I been continuing on my relationships with them, but I'm taking a new direction this year because of of my situation, and as I had mentioned the disabled for Noor going into that direction because there's a lot of people like myself who have this disease that as I said before are suffering and silence now, absolutely. I again, I'm so. So excited to see what is on the horizon for you with this new venture. And this new journey. There's one other question I have for you. I want to to to respect absolutely your time in that of our listeners. But I'm interested in your perspective on storytelling within business, and within leadership, you know, in the impact that that can have or the ripple that that has for a leader specifically and then into the organization because that love for storytelling that you have. I would imagine that that is a critical component in terms of gaining influence over people that you are leading and how that moves throughout the organization. Can you talk a little bit more about the importance of storytelling in business? How we show up in live, right? This is about life. There's nothing like telling stories to get concepts, you know, talk about concepts and getting those concepts through to two people because here's here's the here's what's so great about storytelling Kelly, white so powerful white worked. So well is because when you're talking to an audience, and when you're talking to when you're doing a live gig and speaking to different people there at different levels. You might have one person who was beginning entrepreneur, you might have someone who's successful. You might have someone like myself who's just about to lose everything. Yeah. Because of their situation, so everybody's at different levels. You know, you can get you can talk about about concepts of of profit and loss statements or filing a an LLC or a C corporation escort. The technical stuff that the Intuit the QuickBooks all of that which is very important for running your business. But I learned something years ago from the great Brian Tracy ice to listen to all of the Nightingale Conan programs. I would buy a lot of 'em listened to death. Dr Dennis Wheatley back in the day. And all those Tony Robbins, all those great people, Jim Rohn all of them. And he said this Brian Tracy said this that that has stayed with me for years separate the important from the urgent the urgent from the important. Everything's important, but not every but this only a few things that are urgent. And so to get these concepts that are urgent across the people a storytelling. His is one of the best ways that I know how to do it because as I had mentioned earlier, the entrepreneurs going on shark tank are presenting and everybody's gonna see a little bit or a lot of themselves in these entrepreneurs and telling stories will convey, these concepts across a wide range of of people and entrepreneurs. That are on different levels. And that's why storytelling is so important because it it motivates it educates. And it inspires people to greatness wherever they're out in the entrepreneurial journey. I love that. So and and inspires I think that is such a critical point. And again, you're so right about people seeing a little bit of themselves or a lot of themselves, and and again, tying it back to what you said earlier about networking, and that connecting with people on another level that storytelling helps you do that. And so it's such a gift, and I'm so grateful that you took the time to visit with us a little bit more about that. And to share your story because again, it is so powerful, and I'm so grateful for the courage that you've shown and how you're showing up and passing your message along to people. Because again, I know you're gonna help a lot of people by getting your message. Out there. So, you know, thank you so much for that. Ray will thank you Kelly. It's been a great honour and pleasure to be with you on your outstanding show. You're great at what you do. And you make it look easy. And believe me this what you're doing is not easy. And you have a tremendous gift that you're sharing with the world. And I I I'm just so honored to be here with you. And that you've had me on your wonderful podcast today. Thank you so much an but before I let you go, right? How can our listeners connect with you through your, you know, if you share your social media channel or how they can how can how can they connect with you. And learn more about what it is. You're up to and how you can serve them. Yeah. There's a few ways that you can get a hold of me probably the best way to get a hold of me. There's two ways you can go to my Email address, which is info at shark tank effect. E double episode, Frank E C T dot com. Info at shark tank affect dot com. Or you can go to my Instagram now of you can are y underscore media. Are y underscore media. And dropped me a message. I'm always on there. I've also the future here am going to be producing a show on Amazon prime that deals called a disabled for Noor. And I'm looking forward to producing that the to debut later on in the year haven't decided on what date, but I'm in pre production for for that. I'm very excited about that to helping entrepreneurs with this disease rheumatoid disease to empower you. So I'll send you information on that. And if you shoot me up with an Email, our hit me up on on my Instagram contin, I'll send you a special edition of my book conversations with shark tank winners of S my gift to you for reaching out to me. So that's how you can contact me. I look forward to your listeners of your podcast reaching out to me. And remember everybody keep the dream. Live make it happen. Oh ray. Thank you so much and thank you for helping our listeners get the absolute advantage Kelly. This has been absolute advantage, interviews advice and success strategies for today's thoughtful leaders, but there's much more to come. Visit absolute advantage dot com slash by tunes to subscribe and leave your rating in review for the show that way, you'll never miss an episode. We'll talk to you next time. Absolute advantage.

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Episode 166: Mike Perry vs Michael Jai White | Conor McGregor Is Back

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Episode 166: Mike Perry vs Michael Jai White | Conor McGregor Is Back

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Would you be interesting coming in and helping helping us out and I am not the guy for the job but I know who is they said. Who is that said Dominick Cruz? That's the WanNa talk to. You WanNa make this look realistic. He's the most Educated highest I Q Fars Being a fighter currently a fighter commentator under. He's the guy you want to talk to him or Shell. Sony would be your guy so I connected them and I know they had a long conversation but I don't know what it led to but push it on him and we'll see how it goes. I mean could be a could be a big thing if it does work out. They need like a real fight. Guys expertise piece in this big blockbuster superhero movie. I think don cruises perfect for it so anyway he will be doing died. Hey this week and I saw the post. I did. re-sign with showtime multi year deal so That's because you guys that got done done Future Diaries. 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It's the first job I have is doing food diaries. I just I eat amazing food for most of the time sometimes a little shady but most the food are those L. A.. Food trucks is fantastic. Now you talked to Great fighters have conversation. It's literally the best part of my Gig so much fun man. So shout t guys but yeah. That's the news. I mentioned it last week. But it's official now. The ink has dried on the contracts. And we're a multi year deal going on showtime and they're crashing it so proud of them The show they launched with Matt. Barnes and Stephen Jackson The all smoke show the basketball shows the best show in basketball The shogun actually. Today's the first day of filming with my guys Adam Ray and Mark Sanchez and Scotty McKnight. called Fourth and forever. It's a football show. So they're cooking showtimes Cookham in on the cutting edge of Of this whole digital thing shot at the Brian Daily men. They're killing it. They're killing it so yeah slim forward to it man looking for it. It's officially two thousand and twenty. Last week didn't really feel like it's like the holidays especially in L. A.. Like there's no traffic. I missed that tumor to Amana. Although today was in bad today was the first time actually started feeling some traffic. Yeah I wasn't that bad. Yeah it was like it wasn't too bad but last week's weird again in it shuts it shuts down. Can't get a hold of anybody. Everyone's just gone so now. It feels like it's a fishy the New Year January six six January six men any new year's resolutions jen. I don't do resolutions but I started like eating better exercising. Think I started running as you know yet Because I just you know I do. I take Peleton classes like they're fucking take tax so I do multi multiple multiple classes a day I got my son a little bite so he doesn't with me But I'm just it. It's too easy to comfortable. If you get in shape APA get out of your comfort zone so now. I'M GONNA get my trainer who I used to work with that box and banks. I don't live in Santa Monica anymore. So come to the crib few you times a week so I can start getting on my comfort zone because Peleton's is too easy man. It's just I'm just going to use to mix mix up your long comfortable and then that man just I mean eat right. I can't go so hard on the road. I take care of myself because I'm going five weeks straight on tour week off another six weeks straight straight week off Europe you know what I'm saying so That tore life. Get Him in staying up late drinking drinking whisky eating shitty food next. Three hundred pounds. So tighten up to me and my brother made a deal where Titan Shit up especially on the road. What about the boys boys though did they make you eat as well? Fuck what they if they want to do cocaine and hookers all night. You know we do the show and we we don't we don't hang out that much after like outside. Not really so she my brothers are. I'm usually brother so they don't have. I don't think they care either son. Now I'm saying like you saw the body. They meet you know. Yeah so it's so I don't think they care there's comics comics. And they don't fuck about their body. Yeah I dunno I dare try. Doing keynote lasted literally thirty minutes to restaurant. Like that's like Kito. He's a gaffe. I don't care. My girl loves this body like well. You get dog you goodman So he just started working out more. Nothing really I'm not a hardcore but I just started. Did you know so. It's been a long now. Yeah awesome wait. You did lose some weight awesome wait dope. It's tough. It's tough out in the streets man stuff on that you have to take care of myself before especially on the road. Get sick man. If I'm working this much it's not like I'm chilling home when I'm in L. A.. He's with the Kiddos the new baby and then working as much Santa's I sh- shows in the day in a catch up to you. They see no fricken in one hundred and seventy pounds not good seventy one. Seventy one seventy seven the fight world. Yeah a lot of people are doing like the the two thousand eighteen awards. Like you know. We don't do them here. It's so tough to I can pick all these people. The only thing I think well even that I I'd say the most clear-cut like fighter of the year would be inside clear-cut. I think would be for me. It'd be two you guys. As far as fighter the year would be horry Mazda or a out of Sonya. This kind of pretty clear cut I. I can see a lot of people say because what he did and kind of you know doing the whole goddamn thing and especially ending really strong fire. The year by far I see got aerials up right now. Agree with areas as far ars. Fire the year Outside near Verse Kelvin Gasoline to. That's top three of all time that was a fantastic fight. knock ear obsolete. I don't know anybody who's doing these awards who's not GonNa say horror as not got Bennasar's That we don't we don't do it. Both deep and Yeah that wants. The mission was awesome number. Brice twisters whenever you a twist. You'RE GONNA get frigging social year. What else what other words did they give out keeps grown so now they're SCANA pitman? I mean again the only clear co again and again. It's not clear cut but I like that. I may junkie coach of the year Talia. That's good that makes sense Neil Under the radar farther. Your I agree with that. y'All that makes sense. That makes a Lotta sense but ESPN espy's does find the ones who they're gonNA vote for failure. I assume the majority awards GONNA say Horry. He's a huge. SPN's offloading right ESPN's voting. I don't know how they do it out of hand. I think it's Fan. Boniface fan voting. Good chance stop in a wins there. He's pretty internationally huge the yen they pick one guy how you can pick one guy you know. Be Tough to pick one guy. Be Really tough pickling guy listen listen man with the with the with the time off you know because he was so active and then there's just building up to the connor cowboy stuff is sucks for us because we like to Insp- as a fan. It sucks because as much as people complain all there's too much there's too many FIS too much contact now when when you don't have it for a few weeks or Jones for it it so much for a big fight Jones in Fort to take the holidays off smart man. It's really smart Cars doing more interviews though. We haven't really seen before. Here's coaches talk. You hear him talk. Sounds like he's fully committed. Sounds like he's fully committed Which is definitely good? If your car McGregor Fan because I think we know so it sounds like the past you know going in the fight he was at as committed. Got A lot going on your money in the bank from the Whiskey Seeking understand how. Maybe maybe he's not training like you should defy guy like could be but it does make me more interested and Dana did an interview as well. We got all all these interviews. Come Out Dana. Did it interview saying if Connor Beats Cowboy. He's next on guarantee next line and get a title shot against could be. It could be Tony Really. Just get a title shot and But also counterparts. That could be fight so you know as a Connor Fan and knowing knowing him fighting can be that long. Layoff coming from the big HOOPLA with the Floyd Mayweather boxing fight and then go into that fight. Not committed. Didn't do terrible for barely training Kinda just playing grab ass with it and then going in there was terrible fighting the best in the world so You know I I I do think As a fan of Comic Greg. I'm more interested when I hear that and I get an coach cosigns on that. And you hear. He wasn't fully committed to see. See how he did after a long lay-off after mayweather HOOPLA being more active fighting cowboy and maybe engage in then find could be. That could be interesting. Gauging get sucked out of this whole thing though. No one's really talking about that you remember. JTB Cowboy last when he knocked out cowboy knocked out dance around and then went cool. Story Bro were were the guy you beat. We're going to give the the fight to him. Yeah 'cause gates. You onset fight against Connor. Bad Ali believes connor. Wants nothing to do with guilty. Doesn't sound down like that. I just think First Comeback Fight the cowboy fight made more sense than just engage. You fight for the hard cores and Peop- I mean the heart grow a lot of people just engages his. He's he's got some big fights some fun fights but yeah he's been screwed out of out of all the guys he's getting screwed because when you think what's going to go on Yacht Khabib Tony. Let's you know and then then could be takes awhile off. Because of religious reasons right the Muslim holiday so who knows how long that weight is his yacht. Connor Cowboy just Kinda left and then connors aren't gonNA. He says he wants to be active. So depending on what what goes down with Khabib Tony dishonored. Take a kind of a fight in the middle and risks the title shot at the one of could be Tony and fight a guy like gay ci which is tough fucking fight form. I don't know if he's favored in that fight. But it's good to see connor coming out doing interviews and saying how how he's back in the game. It's good for the fight business when Connors fully committed to the fight game. It's good for us. It's good for everybody can't say you're not interested. I bet you the numbers. Obviously the the arena sold like fucking twenty minutes. So I'll see the interest. Interest level is insane insane. What you want about him? What outside the act on stuff like that do I? Do I condone all that. No two guys make mistake. Yes do anything that we can't forgive him for no did he. Do are any have any these allegations come to light weird anything all allegations come. It was rape deep all allegations. You know all all this stuff but we haven't seen in none of it none of Lyon. He's one of the most if not what. He's definitely the most famous fighter on the planet Eh. Women like them Obviously put himself intrigues situations. He has millions and millions of dollars in the bank. Everyone knows how much money the guy makes. It's the perfect perfect storm persona fucking try and bring this guy down then so again. We haven't heard anything we've heard nothing. Yeah so you can't really hold that against them right are we. For the Court of law can hold that against them Then you got the inside the only God damn dude when he hit that old man what he doing the one the worst thing that I've seen him be too. That's that's the only one I you guys know this. I'm a huge conor. McGregor fan been with the guy for a while now right on his nuts so the one three hours like all right. I don't know what the fuck dubs when he hit the old man. I can't condone that can't condone that at all Smashing that tools phone in Miami. Our our enjoyed that. I enjoyed that. You see much of twenty guys. We see the picture is a fucking fanny pack Satchel over his hip and he's in Gucci loafers and just in the sooner for just a complete tool all right yes smash the phone which would hit that guy. But he's and here's thing those things are settled so the court those guys got paid all right. That's done can't hold that against him. What else what else you got just accusations? They can't do anything without no. I can't do anything with us. I cannot do anything with those so before you hate him. The guy think about what. You're really mad at him. For what you Madam for the Floyd Mayweather stuff. Anybody would have done that most successful pay per view of all time. I thought the greatest of all time one rounds once amounts Flynn winning the history books. Say Floyd let him. When these rounds says Conor McGregor one rounds? Guess the greatest of all time in a boxing match one rounds made tons and tons of money madam for that but then he got beat up by could be to. Your point took a lot of time off was only doing. Strictly boxing. Then fought the best one fifty five or on the planet stink called Ring Rust. Oh and here's the nothing wasn't committed do terrible didn't do terrible in that so we'll see man an but I'm I'm glad he's back. I'm definitely glad that he's back. Also all these guys I think conor and Just when I came in were we're going to sit a Coach here for the Virga. Fight this the fifth time trying to make happen. Something always happens so one of those guys falls out. We're coming in makes sense. Makes makes sense makes sense man but yeah. I'm glad Congress back could see coaches doing interviews. Give see him doing interviews. Not whiskey related not Boxing related. I think it's good for the game. Man Yeah I see what people are complaining on. ESPN they're doing those commercials that they don't have cowboy in it. Yep Yeah I hear you. I hear you those marketing teams on talk about your feelings. Or what the hardcore thing they just go. Hey what's what sells the most papers McGregor Plastic McGregor's face all over this commercial. This is the ad what he's back right and also cowboy lost his last fight. So it's you know but he has a great a bunch of great wins. You've definitely make a highlight for cowboy but also also is so get it. Let me see the commercial the quality of taxi. Yeah what's going to. That's going to sell pay per reviews. That's a good commercial. I mean cowboy has such a huge following you right. When did you hundred percent so in love by every fight fan but but like take that commercials just for? He's back because the the common fan the the kind of the the fan is on the fence. 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There were fights over the not the weekend but the last week so we filmed on Monday. I watched the PF l.. Yeah so there was rising twenty. NPFL's so this is just a quick one with this. Is that Guy Attention Not Sakala. He want again he get some pretty awesome moves on did he. Yeah Stud Stud This Guy Jerry Persia he knocked out seaweed all the way got. Let's see dollars looking juicy jacked. She lost first round Yeah Damn that's kind of what he lost on the final the final. Yeah that first round though. Yeah when not kill punches and soccer kit. Yep Crazy now So that's the reason and this is the NFL and everybody's Sir doing the damn thing. Everybody gotTa mill mildewed a mill orlands Palmer multimillionaire son. Was it the second and third time. He's he's also had to fight the guy. Alex Gilpin a like three three or four times out. Should they put on a good show man put on a good show I'd love to see lengthening of C.. But that we see it. Yeah what else do I got. Let's go over here. Your Boy Cabin Cater Calvin Alvin Guitar and Jeremy Stevens. So verbally agreed to this matches. It's supposed to take place but yeah you see. UFC Two forty eight great fight. That's what the headlines on forty is Sangueli and you WanNa Ooh then Robert Winters on with Canadair leading and your boy new Magdalene. Elaine Neil Magny Sean. o'malley comeback data great card. I'll take pretty good this I think is awesome so Sada is doing new type of testing for. I think it's specifically marijuana. So they're just testing to see if V with through the mouth they can find out if he did it that day or like within hours so if if you had like two weeks a week ago to go whatever you know before they could trace it down to that and you get screwed. Now they're doing. It's just not in competition. Let's while you're finding exactly they aren't drunker inside the octagon but also if you're high fighting who gives a fuck Jeff Novitsky. UFC program has started piloting a new collection method oral fluid. Biggest upside potential will only detect use of income prohibited only substances like marijuana. THC within hours of use. Not What athlete did a week. month ago that's cool. Yeah it's actually really good. They're learning man. Shows Jeff Novitsky Fan. They're learning they're they're trying to do better off see. They've made some mistakes and fucked over a few guys careers dates business yet crack crack a few eggs and make an Omelet. Now if you're one of those exit really sucked so yeah. You already mentioned this already but Dana White said the Conor McGregor is essentially sleep in place. Just in case someone falls out Seattle. I don't like that and I know he wants to do it. So but let the cowboy fight goes that has to see how the cowboy fights go so but let's say he breezes by cowboy which. I don't think that happened but let's I think you win. We'll say breezes by cowboy right you WanNa fool focus camp going into Kabeer Tony Ferguson. You do not want to walk in there and you know not know whether you're going to get it not not do your full camp. I just I don't like it man. I have just engages the Fillon. Yeah though I mean. I think he'd be happy about it. You know I saw Dana said Gateways turned on too many fights Yeah but then gates you want against them saying something else I I I know oh I would. I'd be curious to see what the from but I know Ali and them only want a big fight for him so there you go has to be that tried to blame much some Hayden website but what is said just gauge swansdown. Wait saying he passed on fights with say I've been trying to figure out what he's been talking about. I know what he did that interview not too long ago when he kept saying. Just get you going. He knows what's happening. I had no idea what he was talking about. That sounds pretty crazy but I was just thinking about it with my dad talking about it with my dad. I'm pretty sure it was. They offered me. Tony I so until you. I in fought cowboy in June and they're really for replacement placement for that fight in May and begin may told them that wasn't enough time but if they pushed it back a little farther out take the fight so turn out to gave the fight cowboy that happened and then they asked to fight Tony on Abu Dhabi's Card and I said yes he said No. I took the cowboy fight just after that and I just recently I believe they offer me Charles Oliveira in Brazil or Dan Hooker New Zealand. I agree he shouldn't fight those guys In New Zealand all all while the champion now have to fight McGregor come back and still looking for fires. Far as I know. That's what the deal is but you do so you do know so you turn down So the first you were later that's not turn it down but that's also nice accepting it They asked You Charles Llovera and Dan Hooker. He said No. No but I'm but I'm all on gay cheese side here A. I'm not fighting those guys but I speak Don beat cowboy and you're giving him this huge fight which I mean makes zero sense three go. It makes no sense again engages getting really fucked out of everybody man. But I don't know his position should he be just taking these fights now. I mean. Listen I love Dan Hooker. He's a beast then Oliveira's obese. But you speak don surrounding fight You know you find some monsters do especially with his ranking. It doesn't make a ton of sense is a business move with sometimes business moves. Don't pay off man because then they're gonNA to get you the really hold against you. So he lost Eddie Alvarez lost beat James Vick he beat Barboza he beats caroni. I see what you're saying Jen. Because he's won three labs last five but he'd be James Vague because not even the top fifteen anymore time is ranked title He Barboza who everybody's beaten lately as be real and they beat Surani when kiln up. Yeah I see I see both sides. Yeah I see both sides. It's a shitty deal. He's getting screwed. I see both sides though. I'll be honest. See how the. US's like did not we can't connor gained Kebbi right now. We need you get one more win. That's why we're giving you these guys. Yeah Shitty the deal I see both sides Shitty shitty deal all right moving on to this. This is actually pretty funny. Mike Perry do you know who Michael Jiwa says. First of all. I'm I'm very well. See My box burn. Oh He's one of my favorite movies. Spawn yeah he takes me probably four weeks ago beyond his movie on nine. If the movie I think cowboys in it seems like how was a bunch of those You know movies. I don't really not for me knowing under me all right. Well there's a scene. I guess talking about his other movie Behind blood So okay so scroll up I see what all right. So so Michael. J. Y. Austin on a sponsor said and he's a super nice guy But I've only met him maybe two or three times. I don't know them that well For me I always loved to learn subdue even if that meant getting my ask it. 'cause it made me better. I wasn't there to kick anybody's ass. I was there to share but some fighters just too uncomfortable with new things. Even if it's it's proven to be to work believe me. I've rent a lot of this in the past. I don't get it. Let me actually play this chunk words Perry mineral so this is it's about. MMA fighters or fighters and journal. I'll play this clip for you. I explained to him that the concept was basically teaching. Kimball telegraphed show jazz speed on top of it that this was the results. I told Kim Bo I teach him some pointers the same way I've done with a Lotta champions in the past shows Alannah my training partner Ramani who played Big Lamont. I guess can't fight agreed to train him. But Kim Bo became a little too frustrated with the process. He was still a little too. Who freaked out and felt dominating sometime? That messes would've fighters psyche hold on. Is this like a like inaudible book. I know it sounds like he was frustrated. As time went by I thought O J Simpson when he started talking like this is sounds like an audible books. Yeah keep playing a little more for me. I always love to learn something new even if it meant getting my ass kicked because distracting. How Jack here that kick anybody's ass ask was there to share but some fighters are just too uncomfortable with new things? Even if it's proven to work believe me I've run into a lot of this in the best. I don't get it. You show me something that works. I'm going use by the way. Shout Billy blanks right now because back in ninety two or ninety three me and billy blanks were sparring around. We're just clowning around and billy blanks. Sweat me in the air and back fisted me before I hit the ground. It was so funny that I never forgot it and I always said I. I wanted to put that in a movie and this technique right here where I sweep the guy and hit him. While he's in the air is a tribute to what billy blanks. Did to me back back in ninety two or ninety three talks. It's pretty funny speaker hidden. I don't I don't know Michael that well the nicest guy such a nice guy So you just talking about. In general did it sound somewhat possibly a little bit derogatory towards Kimball and Chemo's a fighter fighter or being frustrated and he wasn't able to grasp it I Um I think when you're Kimba slice and you came up in the backyard fights and really fighting and an actor actor comes up to you because he A lot like Michael J. White House legit I think Look up is back on. My thing is like legit. Taekwondo or kickboxing background. I think but if you're a lot of guys don't just know him as spawn or know him from A. He's in the dark night. You know. So what's his background. He's been in a million movies and fucking here. Let me Gosh goes martial arts. It's so you know. He's in the dark knight the Joker Kills Him. He's in spawn. So if you're not that familiar with Who Michael J. Wide is so as much as well hold? Incredible eight blackbelt severe agrees all right white. Look trail renown head of Kishan karate Okay so he's a black belt since age twelve. Okay as the highest K Okay so so he has a ton of blackouts okay So I get back to the point so I think for guys like Kimbro or these guys who are you. Know mixed martial arts professional fighters. They know him Miss Spawn and they know him from the dark night so when a guy like that tries to give them advice on fighting it. Yeah it's an nego thing but they're not listening to shutdown there's just not listening Even if it is good advice there still the they don't look at it like he's in the same He he's he's not he's not a wolf. Does that make sense not you know. He's not he's not lying. He's a Hyena with the line. So when the haynick comes in and tries to give the lines advice to get out of here even if it might be good I don't know what he told them might be great advice but they're not gonNA respect. It shouldn't thing could be good advice. Maybe listen I don't know Michael L.. Listen Mike has been around for a while a nice guy but I but all this is Mike Perry. He saw that yeah. He saw an actress who was saying how he was trying to teach kimbro something too difficult for Kimball Grass. I think you actors better stay in movies. One knee make your nose special effects I just like I say I just feel like beat the fuck and I'm Jay White and his tone and the video really bothered me actually like just tone I find it soothing should invite me back yard bare knuckle because I would like to learn this prison movie technique US talking about. Yeah so he's calling on Michael Joy White and and Michael Jiwa responded. Oh really yeah and this is what he wrote. Maybe if Mike Perry learned my prison move technique he wouldn't be ranked number twenty twenty. I got no time for playground. callouts brother but Halloween come through. And maybe I'll have to give you a personal demo. Just D- Bro. You really ain't that hard. Well God Down Michael J. Comey the smoke more the fun spot to up in this bitch. That'd be fantastic. They bare knuckle brawl in Hollywood or some shit. Yeah I mean Michael J. Having Fun with it but yeah he won't be ranked number twenty hold on. He's the number twenty number twenty. It was he. He's number twenty welterweight on the in the world on this one. Yeah man when you're saying in that whole thing where They don't WanNa take advice from someone. That's not a fighter. So in this case you know Michael Jordan has martial arts background then count but so can you see someone that has was so what a fellow cage fighter. Someone that's been in the octagon venue Kinda like more open to hearing. Because you've been in this if we go to world worth three right with Iran do you want to hear from the guy who played a lot of the video games or do you want to hear from the guy who was in Desert Storm and actually she shot some people's fucking faces up. Yeah I hear you but what about someone that's the Ucla or in the octagon but they're not ranked as high as you and giving you a hundred percent but again because that person's in the UFC they might not be George saint-pierre but third in the US. We're in the same lane you've been through. You've made the walk that I made. You've you've you've sacrificed same things. I've sacrifice so we can relate on that and maybe even though you're not ranked number two or number in the world or you'd have to defend the belt thirty times and you might not be the go but you got here so you're doing something right. I'M GONNA listen to that opposed to somebody who's never risked their health and their profession inside a steel cage against another train. Professional fighter is just the level of respect. There's a level it's A. It's a fraternity where we're D- outsiders not trying to hear it. Just not trying to hit. You haven't made same often if we're going to war I don't want I want. I want the Fox who's never fought before but watched a lot of fucking you know saving private Ryan. You know what I'm saying. I he got. Who's been through some shit same with fighters they need someone who's been through some shit? Yeah Real Ship Tai Kwan Tai Kwon count karate amateur much real shit man real shit. You shut off immediately right. If someone who won't even I won't be disrespectful but I'll change the subject subject now or all our all our Brian this about We'll kicks but I don't know why it wouldn't be but again Michael J. Whites not bad guy. He's maybe it sounds like that he was on set with Kimball. Yeah I mean he was in a coma was in his movie is showing those tickets the route so maybe he was like dude this when I was doing what I do this work for me man. I think it would work. That's all that could be. I think they're making a bigger deal than it is. I don't think you'll Kimmo Kimmo dude. You'd be world champ if you just take my five step program. It's forty nine nine nine. I don't think it's that's what they're trying to make you. Sound like. Sounds like their onset fucking around. He's like did you ever done this when when I was whatever level. He's at karate wherever he competed at. Because if you say all my black belt no yeah I know the matter. Did you. Compete repeat at a height. Even then it's just you know it's crotty discount fool. I can see why they were. Are Mike Perez little upset. Because the way I can see why oh. I got offended hungry again. If I didn't no Michael and they know us a nice guy I'd like what the fuck you doin' but I've met him. I've in accounting so I I try not to judge people meet him so I can see how might pay take offense to you know Right this is just a quick one feder feder rampage. Their numbers were three hundred. Eleven thousand viewers. Just pretty damn low. Yes I did you even feel like this would be a big fight considering during the names but no because it's way right. Yeah Yeah and they also say that game that Clemson Ohio they had twenty million interviewers. I don't know that that crazy. Oh Dude BCS playoff games. Wait T- wait until Monday's game next. My niece has championship. I mean I might have had something to do that. But also you know if Connor Cowboy. We're fighting the same night and they millions of US news people find it. Trust me. People find it didn't help but that fights you know it is what it is do. We know what Devante Davis. Yeah five hundred seventy seven thousand years. It began when it started not his fight with the card. It was three hundred eighteen thousand but his fight thousand eight hundred thirty six miles. That's everybody's Demo is game but it is what it is. Yeah all right as Barboza is officially going down to featherweight the first time time ever feel like that's a bad cat for him. He looked so rift in Lena already now and somebody looks so drained and it's gone one four his pass soundings but just fighting the murderers row of lightweight. Jesus Christ well hopefully it worked out for music citing men is he is. Let's go oh to hear this. Is Darren tells prediction of McGregor in cowboy. I can see yeah. I mean people bliss sleeping on cowboy. They act like this is a fucking walk in the park for Connor and you walk in the park. Man has been some big ass fights cowboys good at wrestling's good at grappling kickboxing and can box is tall. He's big he's range it's one seventy there's a lot of problems if Collin McGregor And this is Darren tells tweet no cannot fucking wait for connor next week. Feels like Dotan is back. Both the right right up for this cowboys. Camp have more concerned with and just connors left. Hand as a southpaw. It's not the left hand the setups from the left hand. The Spinning Kicks Faint the angles at all draws in the left hand also. That's just not what he brings. You don't beat who he beat by seven seven left hand correct if I would've taken my own advice above against Moslem rather than just coming out to try and steamroll him but he fair and good anyways. Let's see a fucking can tear up next week. I've I've got connor first round. Tko I thought you said Face cows on no. I think this is a win. With Connor for Sean. Ko feel like the occasion might just be too much cowboy. That's just my opinion. He's been around a lot longer than me and knows a hell of a lot more. It's bold prediction to especially for astronomy trying not to offend people. But I could be wrong does a whole lot more. I think I you know I know how that goes. I feel you do man first round. Tko Yeah I mean you know cowboys a slow starting connor comes out like fucking banshee. So it's not a bad prediction sleep cowboy man it's like he's fighting some bomb so tough. fucking fight for for Congressman. Dana white even said that He can't believe how much they're disrespecting cowboys. Ability forgetting. Yeah here's the other thing all the pressures on connor when you put a lot a lot of pressure on cowboy that motherfucker performs that's when you get the mortal combat fucking spinning Combo. Shit when when he's when he knows the pressure another guy that's when he performs North van but he doesn't do well with bullies if a guy goes forward and bullies him which is what connor does and he's a slow starter so I can see how people think conners GonNa steamrolling but man. The I agree the lack of respect for cowboys and say this is another quick one. Damian Maya and guilt burns please just go to the ground. Please don't punch each other. Yeah I like to fight though definitely Brasilia in Brazil. The same one with page man's at in the other girl to amend the Rebus love it and I wish there was more good stuff is just on your bra that is to. That's Kinda Comorros. His Dream fight would be Jersey here on twenty twenty. I think George is Kinda Bieber Bust Kabibi by Tony. Yeah that's pretty much do. There's one thing coming on now. Though when fight boxing match classes shields and Yvonna have and of course shields shit out of the city toolman short show short show stuff goes asked vite game mom on the road January's anyways come in Super Hot. I'm on the road every weekend Connecticut this Friday foxwoods Casino Connecticut. Then Saturday at the Wilbur in Boston when my my favorite cities my favorite spots wilbur. Boston thing is almost sold out less than twenty five. Tickets are left at the Wilbur and Boston tickets right now. I will see this Saturday Saturday Boston next week. San Jose January seventeenth through the Nineteenth San Jose Improv and been there in awhile then January anyway twenty third through the twenty fifth. I'm in Charlotte Comedy Zone. And then I end the month. Is these tickets just went on sale. I end the month in Columbus Ohio at the funny bone in Columbus Ohio. Shut out the Buckeyes February's getting pretty salty to San Antonio finally come in San Antonio is the third time it's like Tony and could be kept out of Kansas fallouts but we found a replacement fighter. But I'm here. San Antonio February six eight and then Ontario just got announced that is February thirteenth through the fifteenth. I think that's a Valentine's Day weekend come and get you some on Valentine's his day weekend. That is February fifteenth in Vancouver just for laughs comedy Is One show at the theatre folk theater that is on the twenty first. I man very Let's do get your tickets that deepak dot com this weekend connect Boston. Let's go. What do you got? What the the fuck you got me see? Can I cuss on here. I got okay I want from Willie Underscore Gibson fourteen if US hillsdale.edu moving the these guys this. I'M GONNA DO VIDEO FANS missions. I can see them. That's an awesome idea. The only issue with that is just You know you cover a lot of the questions when we do the show so we would have to either like not talk about certain things or hopefully the videos that we have ready are the ones that you did not answer I see. Yeah yeah all right but it can happen. There goes that idea no because still happen to be fun to for the fence all right so we'll underscore gibson fourteen if connor lose despite what would be next for him If you were to lose this fight that Nate Diaz fights never gone anywhere. Would that be right away. Next thing I think okay all right Life the life of a wave this cowboy take it to the ground or does he try to prove a point and if he tries. Try Super Point. Do you think his Chin holds up. Calloway has a lot of wear and tear on them But the ground game to you think he would wanNA. I don't know what he doesn't heal Kobe's an amazing ground game is wrestling's really good but he just you know. When's the last time so I'm Mexican that there I I don't know maybe he feels like he's Kinda copping out if he does especially in some other strikers though to nego thing but it's there if you want. If she gets hasty I dunno so since he is slow. Start if I'm Kelly. Take him down early on. Give my wits about me and then get on the feet but here's like seventy fights in the AFC so whatever he wants to do already This one is bubba dot cruise. Oh nine to five. Do you think the AFC will start losing fighters riders with these one million dollar tournaments happening all these other all these other organizations. There's other only one organization right now. I don't think so. That is so enticing. Though isn't it. I don't think it was so when you're fighting. You have that option if they would y you could win a mill so nice not about the money. It's you know I think Gotcha 'cause the ceiling and the potentially of C.. Sell high so much more than a million guys make way more than a million. So it's like I'd rather take my shot at aiming for the moon hoping I land on the stars opposed to just you know getting into mill when you know there's there's guys you know those fires in the top ten you're making a million the oh see that's true all right and then you're there's just way more exposure to in the UCLA. There's more exposure the sponsorships You're fighting the best of the best you know how many people know besides Kayla Harrison can you name Palmer. Can you name another. PF L. Champion. Being go ahead. I want to wait. FELLAS await all day. So it's like you tell your world champion they go in the AFC now they explain embarrassing. You have a million dollars cool but if the again he's the king but the one thing that is cool cool about that as well as they win it again just I think it's good to be in the PF L. and get experienced a gate. She did and then go to the. That's that's a great. That's a great way to get into the seeing get experience and fight five round fight big fights on ESPN and deal with depression and get to the but even even then jt. Lynn the heart. You know he came on the scene then wasn't success. What I lost two and now he's gone? You know when three in a row but start off pretty rough on them all right. This is from Ken. Wittman seventy five will cowboy get a title shot after Murky Connor. Yes we'll connor get a title shot. Oh Oh yes nice. Win The fight for sure it's crazy. How fast asset happens to? Yes but that's the way it goes all right. Bow London if if or he mazda loses his next fight will his hype trying to be done was we'll his hype train NBC done. No I think he has the Nate Diaz Nick Diaz Fan base. Where they're gonNA love him no matter what doesn't matter that's never go anywhere over? You've earned that that those guys have earned that they can lose a fight year when one lose their fan bases their studies. Iraq pray the best fan bases you can have okay. One more reggie underscore malice could connor versus colby thousands a cowboy connor versus colby the biggest fight the UFC FC dozen twenty twenty. It's a weird question I say cowboy. That's no Kobe has to. You'd have to win one and that seventy it's a little dicey Z.. So it's been see what they do with Kobe. That's a good question one or they can do with Kobe. You know all right. That's is it for Some in your questions. Thanks for listening. good luck this year. Everybody to twenty coming in Super Super Hot. Thank you guys for making the show. What it is I love you guys and I will see you on the road? around L. A.. Doing spots Tuesday night comedy stores Thursday at the comedy store so if in La come on down Both in the main room come on down the communist arm around La also were doing fight. Companion Thursday Eddie Bravo Bryant Count Down Rogin and myself. We're looking back on the best fights of the year. I think that's the plan That's what we're doing listening thinks describing thank you for making in this show a success and Yeah we're doing it for a few more years guys. Thank you be nice to each other about.

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John Early | Trump Pretends Coronavirus Doesnt Exist: A Closer Look

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

24:30 min | 3 months ago

John Early | Trump Pretends Coronavirus Doesnt Exist: A Closer Look

"Today was national work from Home Day. Don't worry if you missed it. Celebrations will go on all year long. Recorded from locations that are not thirty Rockefeller. Plaza please enjoy this podcast mission of late night with Seth Meyers on today's show, deft chats with comedian and actor Jonah early, but first a closer look. The president has decided to inhabit an alternate reality where the coronavirus pandemic just doesn't exist. Even as the US sets a single day record for new cases for more on this, it's time for a closer look. An undeniable less the trump era has been the one of our two major political parties is filled with mentally. Unwell, Weirdos yesterday for example at a hearing on attorney, General bill bars various abuse of power gop Congressman Louie Gohmert tried to drown out of witness's testimony by banging the table and he wouldn't stop. This conduct in particular gives cause for great concern about what Bar may do next. Just one one another thirty seconds in closing. It needs to be said that bill bar does regularly lie in ways that impact official action along with his continuing media project to make Americans believe that the FBI conspired against Donald Trump witnessed continue going to one more sentence you're. Okay but to me ours. Crowning dishonesty is the portrait of Edward Vp that. Time they that the sergeant at arms winning speaking called upon to stop disruption disruption of this meeting. I can't hit this witness. This is a very important witness. Well, he's way beyond share. No rules about winning. Already, there's no rules about when you can make noise. Well played Sir. There aren't any rules about when you can make noise. And what a good point for a sixty six year old man to make you know there's also not a rule of saying you can't interrupt a witness's testimony by streaking across the House floor and giant foam cowboy hat. You Go Muerte if he's going to be this irritating coming at least get him a heck. Talamante Bill I mean they do have the same haircut then knock. A Palooza really is one of the most childish things I've. I've ever seen in Congress and this is a place where senators have brought snowballs onto the Senate floor, read green eggs and ham in printed out a giant poster of Michael Coen's face. It said Liar. Liar pants on fire. Congress is like some sort of Montessori daycare where for forty grand a year your child is supervised by other children. We like to think of it not as a daycare, but as a community could job with the knife juggling Ashley be who you are, Oh God. Oh, that's A. That's a lot of blood over there, so that's what a Republican member of Congress was doing on a day when the US set a new single day, record corona virus infections, and what about the president he was tweeting about. You guessed it. LOBSTERS president. Obama destroyed the lobster fishing industry may now it's back bigger and better than anyone ever thought possible. Enjoy a lobster and fishing make lots of money. Cool, so if you're one of the forty million people lost their jobs during the pandemic and had to wait in line for. For unemployment just jump in a boat and kept some lobster stead of a second stimulus. Check in the mail. Every Americans go fishing net and a pair of rubber boots, but you gotta be suspicious when trump tweets a bunch of Nice things about your industry out of nowhere getting flowers from your husband on a regular Tuesday morning I thought has to be Lindsey. Do well one surprise you to learn. The trump is lying about this, too, and when you can lie about lobster, the sky's the limit next. He's GonNa tweet on. The dogs birds lizards is at an all time low enjoy. In reality, lobster exports plunged after trump took office. Thanks to his trade war, lobsters are one of the first products to get hit with tear from China. Until it went into effect China was main second biggest customer by nearly one hundred twenty nine million dollars worth lobster in two thousand seventeen, but exports plunged eighty four percent during the first eleven months after the tariff was imposed of course is lying. If he really thought he'd made lobster and so profitable, he'd be going from restaurant to restaurant, plunging his hands into lobster tanks, trying to steal as many as he could. Damn you. You should have a bitch. Keep those pills away from me. This lobster is ANTIFA. So Republican congressman was banging on. and. The president was lying about lobster. The US was setting a new record for coronavirus infections five months after first official can remember at the beginning of this outbreak when you heard the phrase flat the curve over and over again like you were watching a billy blanks workout video. Come on, everyone to knees raises into a sidekick. Tai Bo is all about flattening those curves. That's why we all stay in your homes watching Maurienne. Drinking cereal strata the bull in sweatpants for three months. The point was to get cases and hospitalizations down to. To a manageable level and eliminate community transmission, so we can get a rigorous system of testing and contact tracing in place that would allow us to safely get back to some semblance of normalcy. Instead President is squandered all complain. The testing makes them look bad and call them his government to slow testing down now. His administration is following through cutting funding to testing sites. The outbreak reaches its worst levels yet. There's a new plan at the White House how to deal with Corona virus testing at the federal level in states across the country. Country Jeff Bennett reporting that the trump administration is planning to end its funding and support for virus testing sites at the end of this month. That is on June thirtieth. That's all right. They're cutting federal funding for testing sites now as the outbreak hits a new peak. That's a pilot. Turn up the seat belt sign after they graze a mountain. Don't worry folks. We just nicked. One of the rockies feel free to stretch your legs and don't get the window. I assure you at least half of our wings are still attached to the. The plane and what point can we say? Trump is actively putting people in harm's way. He holds indoor rallies refuses to wear a mask and wants to cut back on testing seen. He's GonNa start going door to door. Coughing on people licking their doorknobs. Just yesterday was reported. The dozens of secret service officers in Egypt's were told the self quarantine after trump's Tulsa rally. Trump's on one man super sprinter. He is the ozarks swimming pool of human beings. That's way as secret service. Codename Typhoid Gary. Typhoid is on the move. Well. Listen move. More of a lumber trump had repeatedly so today. This all started that he dislikes testing because it makes them look bad. And even after his staff tried to claim, he was joking, he corrected them and said he was serious about slowing down testing. Down testing were. Hitting argue had a plan to slow down. I don't kid by having more tests. We find more cases, therefore we. We're going to have more, cases. By having more cases. It sound bad. It sounds bad because it's bad. Look Man. If you don't like the sound of smoke, alarm makes stop putting giant balls of aluminum foil in the microwave, but I need to keep. Warm if we stopped testing for cases, that doesn't mean the cases aren't there. That just means we don't know about them. You can go into a roadside motel room without a black light, but it doesn't mean the linens are springtime fresh, so our curve is headed back up after months of Americans making tremendous sacrifices to try to flatten it. Meanwhile, they're lots of other countries that really did flatten their curves. Just look at the European Union or Or the dozens of countries that have successfully suppressed their outbreaks. The first group is the country's that appear to have successfully suppressed transmission the disease that curves come all the way down so that they are barely registering any new cases. We have and Dura Australia Austria. Bhutan Cambodia China Croatia Cuba Djibouti Estonia Greece. Iceland, Jamaica Jordan Kozovo Lafia Lebanon Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Ratios Monaco. Montenegro New Zealand Slovakia Slovenia South Korea. Taiwan Thailand Tunisia and finally Vietnam. We. We slow down. Hey, honey, would you think about moving to Mauritius you? Always you like the sand? You like the sand honey. Sounds like a list of countries, Jay Leno would ask a bunch of spring breakers to find on a map. Booty right here. There's Djibouti. We've ended worse than Iceland. Country that has a penis museum wear, and this is true. People still believe in elves mythical creatures. We have pasta goblins finish your routine teeny anthony of the Pasta Gobble. Come and steal you neck. To yesterday's closer, look I mean. People Watch every night. Right anyway. If this is your first look welcome aboard, we used to have an audience. America have been like one of those countries. In fact, some of them have been able to restore the cultural markers of normalcy. We all crave like live sports with fans in attendance. This is a welcome sight for sports, fans, no social distancing and no masks as forty three thousand fans in the stadium for rugby match in new. Zealand the country have marketable success eliminating the CORONA VIRUS Virus! This weekend's match marked a big milestone. No new cases of the virus have been reported in more than three weeks new. Zealand had fans in attendance at a rug match. Meanwhile, the NBA is planning on traffic. It's players at Disneyworld like a family stuck in a three hour line for space. Mountain I told you we shouldn't have wasted fast. Pass on journey into imagination Lebron. I told you we could have been like New Zealand. They're gonNA. Live sporting events and eating nachos in the Sun. While we're stuck here with president lobster trek into trader. Joe's every week at a beekeeper suit stuff with KORAC SWIPES IF I. don't make it back. Don't forget microwave. The male because our outbreak is actually getting worse. We just set a new record. And the peak is now higher than it was back in April, despite the fact that trump and his team repeatedly told us they had succeeded flattening the curve. We've flattened the curve and really made tremendous progress I'm proud to report to you as the head of the White, House Corona virus. Task Force we slow the spread. We've flatten the curve I. Think you'll see by June. A lot of the country should be back to normal and the hope is that by July the country's really and again. Is there anything less rocking than hearing? Jared Kushner. Say Rocking if James Hadfield said, are you ready to rock? And then Jerry? Kushner came onstage. Fans would tear the place to the ground. What even constitutes rocking for Kushner, a second glass of Rosa on the Catamaran. Let's just face facts. Jared is Steph from pretty in pink with worse hair because Steph. You're really whole booth her like that. I just can't stay mad. Wait what! I like Kushner if he had steph here. Now take it away and that's a second callback. Yesterday's closer look. Trump has decided to just ignore it even worse actively cover up a national catastrophe that is only getting worse despite months of sacrifices by Americans, who endured tremendous pain. There's no way to conclude anything other than the fact that the president is actively putting Americans in harm's way to serve his own narrow political agenda is true even though it sounds bad. This has been a closer look. Our guest is very funny, actor and comedian. You know from at home with A. And netflix presents the characters. He Stars in the critically acclaimed series search party. The entire third season is streaming on HBO Max. Here's my conversation with our very good friend John. Early John is always such a delight to see you. You look so gorgeous. Thank you so much. It means a lot coming from you because you're aware of this. I've been I've been forced doing Miami makeup during quarantine. St The ask, are you? I I? Just assumed that was like a lace dress. which is the sign of good makeup? Thank you see I? Feel Very. That means the world today, but there is a little powder. Foundation. And I just feel a little better every day I cannot tell you how much genuine product take from it's so there's no men were were socialized to think that that's. Put on makeup, and then of course is I want to be clear her. But I if there is a real pleasure in it will. I think it is a reminder that a lot of things we take a Rega- it gaze off just a synonym for better like I take. To look gay is to look just like better than the way you would look if your resistance resistant to things that were historically started. Yes who put an ounce of thought onto your appearance? You just you just a little bit about your appearance you would. Have to say it must be acknowledged that. Even for thousand miles apart, the sexual chemistry is off the charts I even with zoom. Electric, it's crazy well. It's interesting because I feel like it's electric. Win were face-to-face aboard ships, and yet now, of course we're more reliant on actual electricity. Because of the way we're communicating. So it's it maybe maybe like a factor of two very ever. Learn birds I'm sorry. What's The thornbirds? The THORNBIRDS IS I turns out most addicts. In the northeast just had. been reading. Reading, music. Read. I. It started, Very. It started as a performance for sure it was very I was like on the porch like in more times like. But then it actually became reading met the I. It's. Kind of we have no other choice, but like it has been so nice against goes on the list of like nine making starbuck right like it's like it's annoying to talk about the ones you connect. Get over it like. It is, it's so nice. It's so nice to have your brain going one direction for a long period of time versus fourteen at all times the net. It's really nice. It's also I. Do I am aware that I'm doing what I'm reading a book that I really like I I will. I didn't know it sounds bragging, but I do WanNa talk about people. I want them to read it so that we can talk about it i. know but it's so crazy to ask someone to do something that takes days. Like truly. Might we tell we suggest television shows that you'll. Get a book on kindle. Sometimes they'll say. This takes five hours straight. What I don't have a kindle that. I noticed I noticed. Afraid Your bookshelves. You have watched television as well. I've watched so much. Top Chef I've never seen. I've never watched up chests until this moment. It's become like a trooping Ye. After a certain point a night. I'm literally I googled so many times I'd like. Two in the morning are Dale and Padma friends. Are, they for those who don't have. I you know I haven't found any conspiracy theories I mean again like us. The chemistry between them is electrically. It'd be hard to. It would be yeah. It would be hard for it's fake, but like I'm. I just like any time. They interacting any comment across the stable I like literally start blushing. Wildly of them. Someone you know obviously hurts me a to say this, but someone that you have maybe even better chemistry with and you have with me is with caper land. They needed. To take a position are but what? You guys just shot a very. Very creepy shorts zone called Rachel based on a true story es. Yes, yes, we shot show. We tried to recreate again. It's actually very I. Think Corn, hope for the trash truck. And we're. We shot a which very porn team. Appropriate short I'm realizing now this is. Of this though, but I'm. Basically this like this happened. Really had friends come over after a show that I. Did like eight friends? Miss Casual get together and legs. There were like a couple friends of friends. They're like people. Before, so this was kind of it was already sub-conscious. Already accepting the fact that I wouldn't know some people there, and and this girl like literally as letting, people made homeless girl. Ran Up my step so boldly and just like so Kathleen Willey as she's. Like? I'm just I. Just assumed like because of her boldness, I was like well. She must know someone, and then she literally spent like an hour two hours in my house just again party like eight people. She was not invisible she. Actually took her shoes off after battling took her shoes off curled up on account, talking to my friend was like she literally, and this is the short. She was like choosing a dancer to my friend. Ernest no should secure dancer and lake, and then they had this conversation because they were talking for so long. Just for like I guess they know each other. At one point my friend over the contracting with. Do you know? What I like said in a joke. She thought I was kidding, and then, and then slowly the all started to connect the dots. We were kind of drunk, miserably, pulling people back in the kitchen and being like. Grilling people being like do you nor? And and you. Know I. Do like we all like slowly. Put together that no one in the house knew she was, and then we had to kick her out and I I like! I of never I'm so afraid of confrontation. That's that's where the scariest part by far is not hang stranger in my house. It would be having to confront the stranger and be. And possibly be framed as a rude person. Exactly exact- by by a total stranger who like intruded in my house I heard about what she thinks of me. which is absolutely Friend just took over for me and like. You, know kick drought, and so and she was like so defensive. She was like okay. She was treating us like we were like nerds for not like kind of leading the stranger. Made. It was was so. It was so horrifying and link truly like. Leave my system for weeks, it was so creepy. Just tried to recreate it as accurate as possible, so it was like unsolved mysteries recreation of. Bills Engineer home. I feel like my wife would not let her stay only because. The, dupe loss version of. Sort of a key way back to your wife. Rachel. Say because she took her shoes off. which is something that she would say? This person may not be uninvited. At least they have the decency as guests every move their shoes. -gratulations on inaugural season of Search Bernie I. It's such a fun character, but we should clarify because you are also as a young person in New York. This is not you John. You're not this person now. He may look like me. It's not me it yeah, it's. There of course there are parts of my own personality that. Exploits an employ. He sure. Here's your ankle. But no, he's not. He's very like. I lived in Brooklyn in my twenties as well, but I think I had just kind of Monaco of appropriate white kills. coursing through my system at all times. And there is none of that in these characters they're like they're only reason judge retires in really fun. You new, please! it's a show. It's been really fun to watch it develop and. The amount plotting behind it is something I think people wouldn't have guests from watching the pilot of this show. It's a really cool journey totally well. It's like I feel like gorgeous lead kind of like. If you go back to the first episode like we all seem separated, innocent, unaware and I I do feel like. They have they have no idea what they're about to get sucked into it. I do think there is something like you know in the in the case of the show. They don't know the. Mystery plot whatever I won't say anything here. Yup just watch it, but like, but I do feel it is kind of a gorgeous metaphor for like. So many people in Brooklyn not sensing the collapse of the American Empire Yeah he liked. The amount of Brunches I had in Brooklyn. Just completely clueless impending doom! Really Fun to watch that now retrospectively. I'll take. There's has been consistent throughout the show and it's been a lot of fun to watch is incredible costumes. A see through shirt. That was a wardrobe from the show on late night. I very. Yeah. What is? It was very memorable on the show. As good. A shirt has been worn on my show I think. It's. Sonia. Is it, what does it feel like when you get to see for the first time before he put them on? I. It's so confusing to me like it. It's like the more expensive than literally everything I wear on. That show is like I'm not kidding. The average prices like two thousand dollars individual pieces you know. and. It's like the more expensive they get the more just like deeply unrecognizable. They get to me like I. Don't Them in culture at Mike. Like putting them on my legs, he's got the shirt. Always. The costumes undermanned through someone else. WHO's a genius? He's always like what do you think would think and I'm like I? This is not. A criticism I. Just literally don't know what I think. Of but yet we talked a lot about like Edina from absolutely fabulous Jennifer Saunders. Ring just a haphazard layering of expensive items with like no, like key clearly doesn't. What's what I love about the costumes? He doesn't look good rice late Ed. He doesn't know if you looks bad or good. He is just important to him to have as many like obvious signifier of wealth on him at all times at the silhouette, the absence of both tastes and awareness is very dangerous cocktail. It's my favorite kind of character play. Where you're great at it and so excited, there's another disease and it's always such. A CEO John Hopefully next time in person. Please I craze us. So jealous of the the wood beamed exposed beam. Fixtures are so I chronic. It's just so jealous I wish I was there with you. We would love to have some company in the adequate be. The world's as well. Yes. Thank you bye? Bye. Late night with Steph Myers if weeknights on NBC at twelve thirty five eleven thirty, five central original music on the late night. podcast is by the H. E. Ban. Forget the follow the handle late nights set on social media and tell your friends who subscribe to the late night podcast wherever they get their podcasts.

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Eddies Coronavirus Results + Best Duets Draft + Lunchbox Drive-Thru Confessions

The Bobby Bones Show

1:27:41 hr | 2 months ago

Eddies Coronavirus Results + Best Duets Draft + Lunchbox Drive-Thru Confessions

"Bones post show pre show. The Colombian cartel they're killing people who don't obey with the COVID nineteen lockdowns. Yeah, isn't that wild drug cartels and rebel groups are imposing their own bloody coronavirus lockdown. In killing those who do not obey. Crazed at least eight civilians have been murdered by the armed groups. Some of them holdovers. Anyway we gotta make sure nobody goes outside and spread this virus. If you're outside, what's kill you? I mean thoughtful of them. Weird, not the way to go right. It's just like trying to show their power. Yes, They really care about the Corona Virus Oh. You don't think so I think they do so much, so they're only. They're doing what they know how to do. I don't know you probably know more than I. Do. You Watch more of these drugs shows I do I'm very into them. Have you watched any more unsolved mysteries? Did, you watch nineteen sixty-nine, no four. Oh, you change up to order. We're exposed to watch last night. I. Think Caitlyn got a little irritated with me. Because I was like I'm just gonNA play basketball instead no. This is what happened. We had dinner with a friend. And it's one of the our little circle group of not having Cronin virus and it just went way late so I plan to watch it, and then catch up with Eddie because you're going to hear the story about Eddie coming up in a few minutes. And, then it was like odd rather play basketball tonight against. So maybe a little rude, but we didn't. We haven't had any other one's up yet. But It's not even like unsolved mysteries. It's basically just a documentary about crime under the unsolved mystery umbrella like under that brand a crime that doesn't have a conclusion. Else I'm trying to think if I have. Just movies listen to a podcast because we drove to Arkansas back. Just quickly drove there one day six hours. Roll back the next day after looking at some places. What was it? We listen to this podcast conspiracy theories. And there was a bunch of them conspiracy theories, but this one's called conspiracy theories. It's on a network called podcast network, so, but we listen to Abe Lincoln if he really got murdered by John. Wilkes booth. which he did, but why John Books with do it was. He put up by Andrew. Johnson was he put up by the secretary, so did John Wilkes booth escape in. It? And then they rate what they do is they tell the whole story of I history and they're not conspiracy theorists, and then at the end they they tell you how many stars like we think are like. This one OUTTA ten. We get this under three out of ten. And so. They kind of use backs in jump into conspiracy theories with listened to Abe Lincoln. We listened to Hitler. His rise to power if they think he escaped Argentina I think he was is a lot of stuff I listened to William Shakespeare. Who I'M GONNA. Tell you think he wrote. Shakespeare is what we think he is. What's the theory? Well, there are a few of them. There are a couple of people that think. They wrote in use William Shakespeare's. Brand no education no, no formal education. But there are a couple of people. They was writing under Shakespeare's name because he was just goofy actor. there's a whole lot of people they think maybe wrote under William. Shakespeare's name so. Have you seen the conspiracies show on Netflix. It's like if you like podcast, you might like it and I've only watched a few, but I don't like conspiracy theorists talking about conspiracies because they lean it their way. Yeah, these folks the WHO they are, they're like we're not conspiracy theorists, but that's what we're perfect for this show. Because we're going to tell you the story, we'll look at the facts and most times when they reveal you know, was this or like no this? Yeah, adding this has a mixture of both kind and people, but it definitely has the the conspiracy people and when they talk like. You cannot take them seriously by it explains at least the conspiracy theory to you because it's like the big ones that exist a lot of people believe anything you have queued up that you're ready to watch. or I'm working my way through yellowstone. No, I mean like a new show because again we're. We're sitting here waiting to start the Jeffrey Epstein stuff. We haven't started it yet. Okay? You need to do that, but we fill up. We're GONNA watch on mysteries first and then get into that. Okay, I. If anybody has a series from to start I want to, but we're working our way through unsolved mysteries I'm fine with that I. Keep watching the news and thinking that girl's GonNa die the girlfriend. Somebody's GONNA kill her. Yeah, she's too many names. I don't know it's going to be interesting. See what on shoulder never make it to court and be able to say the names of all the people. They better getting now. Like somehow, get it. Get the names from her now. Raimondo, you're the man minute you all right Raymond audio producer hit us. Less skin Manley. It's the man minute with Raymundo. Yes, I was out in Vegas, and we're out in the desert and I was doing much a manly stuff, my shoes. They were white and they just got filthy. I'm talking mud dust dirt CACTI. Everything was on these, maybe not that one, but I thought I bet there's guys out there that don't know that you can actually clean your shoes and make them new again. All you do go to Walmart for ten bucks. You get the oxy Clean Gel stick. Rub that all over your shoes. Take your shoes just like a laundry. In the Washer they come out perfectly white I'll show the video. People look at this why how that is. Why at one point grimy, dirty, gross perfectly pristine white? So. oxy, stick Yup and then just put them in the Washer. Detergent he put in there any kind hot water cold water. You do hot. Okay, yeah, all right, thank you. That was demand minute with Raimondo. Just get into the show because some crazy stuff. We talk about today. Anything else you'd like to say. No good. I like to say I started to think. Why haven't I mean I like having shows to wash, but I think I probably don't stuff on my radar because I'm just trying to get finished without hunger games book. It's so good, did I give you the update on the morning? Toast now? So when I looked it up and I was like. Oh, it's like a morning. Toast. Girls are toasting was. A toast eating toast meets you in my brain. I was like Oh, the morning. Toast like this is what we have, which was breakfasts right, but it's the morning toast, cheers! We listen to a little bit of that. They're funny. I don't know, but let's Caitlyn show like our favorite podcasts if she listens to, and so they played a clip of me talking about them I didn't talk about this on the show. Now only talk about it out loud. I never know talk about in real life because I. Don't know what you're about to say. I. Did you talked about the morning? Toast on the show. You didn't talk about writing. Talking about us. Okay. So I had mentioned just off hand. We were leaving. The CAITLYN listens to the morning post podcasts. Two girls I think in New York sisters as like her show and they do this thing they're like. Take a bite out of the Toast Dr. Whatever. Cheers. I don't know what are they about? Other played the clip. They nicely. Harass me a little bit. Because I didn't know what they did. And it was just a picture. Girls and I was like. Oh, I wonder what they talk about all the time. Do you remember what my dumb joke was? Talking about tampons. Because I think if you see a couple, meathead dudes. We're talking about Jock straps. Girls talking about tampons unfair me to say that, but they were funny about it but now one of the girls in Caitlyn like DM. To me, bringing people together Kayla favorite. Radio personality. Not Me. Yeah Yeah, so we're GONNA ever listen to podcasts. I guess I'll have to check it out and figure out if it's a toast or toast. Which one do you think? Oh, it's glasses because their logo. Then they say take a bite out of the toast. I don't know I gotta figure this out and you know what I'm going to start. Though maybe like when I'm driving is The bear. Brook when we listen to some updates on that because. They finish it. Here's the thing about crime podcast that I don't like and crime shows. They're never endings. They're rarely endings to the show ends, and it's like all right. I'm like what the? No conclusion yeah. So it's a unsolved. It's a true story. Okay? No, it's! Kinda solved. Okay, don't tell starting. With only a few episodes of this thing. But I think you'll like it. I live further away now so I felt like I can get in some podcast stuff on the bobby cast week. It's up now I talked to creed from the office. Because, he's a musician. He was famous as a musician before he was in the office, but we talk a whole lot of the office, so we do that. I don't know there's other stuff up there. We're GONNA. Get today show. We got everybody. Here is Monday show brace yourselves. Folks don't put the Eddie segment of top of the podcast. Let's put it in the real spot because we then lead up to Eddie and content all right goodbye. Solo. Transmitting. Walk Him. Copy had a great weekend studio warning. Here's a voicemail from nate in Memphis Tennessee. Man I. Really Miss the segment. What's that so here I'll do it. What's that bobby? I was watching a commercial today, and it was a high nut cheerios commercial. Guess what your favorite character from the office Stanley was on their made me. Laugh made me think you I wonder is honey nut? cheerios is going to be doing a lot of commercials with Stanley. I sure hope so by the way this is not a commercial. What's the happy? Funny Stanley by the way now my favorite character, my dog. I love the office my favorite show, but my dog looks like Stanley named Him Stanley. Your favorite character is I. Don't know it depends on the day. I. Mean obviously that show revolves around Michael Scott. I like gem a lot, but he's the straight guy like the normal guy. Everybody else is kind of nutty around him. Hey What's APPS. Here go ahead. Hey the hats, right? What's happened with everybody I'll go I. I spent the weekend in Arkansas. Looking for cabin in the woods kind of the plan for a couple reasons one. I get back home in to who knows what I'm going to need it other than just a relaxation place. Because of the state of the world no not running no. Your new like hot. You're underground by need to have meetings over there I have a place instead of staying in a hotel. Found one we found one, so we put an offer accepted by posing two weeks in. So. Little cabinet. You've seen it. Yeah, let's see it looks really cool in fact i. you and you never replied. I was like Vaca-. It's deep in the woods. Okay, you'll never find it, so don't come looking for me with the problem is. I might need to have meetings. For, why would you need? People. Call me about you a lot from Arkansas. Okay anyway That's what's happening with me amy. What's The ash? Maybe my brain went to that you were buying a cabinet in the middle of the woods, because the state of the world because of the movies I've been watching We just finished all the hunger games, all four of the movies with my kids and this weekend we started divergent. which is another kind of you know? It's not in that family, but it's similar really different, but sort of similar and it's. It's Okay I. Think I need to see maybe another movie? Our wish I would have read the books, but my kids love it. Sometimes you one percent positive rotten tomatoes. Yeah, sounds about right for me. My kids give it. They probably give it. Yeah, five out of five really divergence or whatever they love into the world type stuff. Well. They weren't really that into it. Until Hunger Games, and they wanted another hunger games, said guys. They're all out. There's only four watched four. We'll have to wait until this prequel comes out, and so I just googled movies similar to hunger games and divergent popped up, so we watch that and they really enjoyed it, and now there's two more we get to watch from that series. So then after that, where do we go twilight? This I never read try light, but is it similar? I. Tried I got nightmares. Read it either I saw the movie. Though twilight one was pretty good. Then you might yeah. Did you like all them? Yeah. I, didn't either. Yeah, all right there you go. What's that by the way? Eddie's not here. We're GONNA find out later if he has corona or not, we have. Staged a segment to are. He's going to be in the garage on the phone. He's GonNa. Walk in if he doesn't have corona. or He's going to go I. Have Corona, the old covid nineteen I'm not coming in. What do you think that is yes or no? Amy I've been saying for since last week. He has it so I have to stick with that much. Oh, he's in his bed. He's got Corona Raimondo. Yes, Eddie has corona. Did you put up a tweet about this I did? What was it like like or re? Tweet I said does Eddie Have Corona, question, mark, re tweet for yes, Heart for no, and what did the audience think? Retreats were one hundred, thirty, two and a hearts, which meant no, he doesn't have it seven, hundred and fourteen. The listeners don't think he has correct. Okay, let's go lunch now. My wife has lost her mind. This weekend were sitting there and goes. Hey, can we get in the car and drive around? Apparently, she's been spending days on Zillow. Fading houses and we spent two and a half hours driving around just window shopping at houses because there's no sports, so I couldn't use the excuse. Oh, this games on so literally. We just dry. What do you think of that one? It's great cool next one. Are you looking to buy a house? You, just looking to look, she looks to look and she had marked two and half worth of houses that we drove around. Look at people, real estate like that just looking at it as a hobby. I like to look at how much my friends houses cost. That's my thing dirty, little secret, but you can look. Just Google it up right one more hit. What's that? Let's go to Morgan number. Two runs all of our digital Morgan I went to the lake this weekend and Tennessee because that seems to be the safe space away from people so I saw your instagram story the Waterloo Brown. Did you see that oh? Yeah, was the the lakes or not like the lakes in Missouri that I'm used to going. It's very dirty and it's. Mossy I think you went to a bad lake, then a bad part of the Lakers Brown when I go there. Well, it's old Hickory Lake I i. don't really know the lakes to well around. Lake Snob all right. Hey, so, nate, thank you for that requests. Thanks for doing what we did one. Soon enough, we'll find out if our producer Eddie has corona virus either he's going to be in the garage and walk in and go. No I don't or We'll talk to on the phone. He'll be like my bedroom. Not Coming in got it got it all right right now. Time for my favorite countdown the good news countdown. The good news countdown Johnny down the biggest good news stories across. All Right? Let's get going here. These are five best good news stories. Let's go. The pandemic has really made. People recognize the value of small businesses, and since it started eighty percent have intentionally bought something from a small business that they would bought from a larger chain before that, which is good now. In a lot of Amazon I'M NOT GONNA. Let al.. There's a local guy that drops it off. But. Yeah, there's they're employing of people love it. That's the good news. That I. Support local SCHMALTZ shots to a salon in New York. City gay full makeovers to five essential workers including a hospital employee in a bus driver as a thank you for all of these months of intense, important and underpaid work. Boy I've been reading stories from some of these doctors and Texas and Arizona that are just now getting this wave, and they're like we've never seen anything like this. It looks like what New York was saying two or three months ago, so a big shout out to everybody on the frontline wherever you are because holy cow. A positive side effect of staying home is less food waste. It's down. Twenty seven percent people are throwing out less food and actually eating or donating way more of what they buy. Almost everything now I never leave the houses so. If I don't eat it for breakfast, right? I'm at home more so the odds are I'm going to eat I want I get so bite all the time when I get bored. My go-to food I should have another I should do like push ups when I get bored, but if I'm bored, I'm like what are there to eat? Enliven hungry sometimes. So, will you do? I have found a balanced, but sometimes of Jeff. I'm snacking the. Maybe my body does need it I don't know always snacky. It's a great word. Always am and hundred percent snacky all the time. While, a man named Tim was doing some landscaping for an air force veteran named Ralph. He noticed his flagpole was damaged in a windstorm. So after Tim was domains landscaping duties, he went the extra mile and repaired the flagpole. Now once again, the old white flagpole is back up and back in business featuring both in American flag in an air force flag with an eagle, sitting on top of both. Your husband was in the Air Force. Do you have an air force life? Now I know you hang the American flag out every day and we don't know no air force flag. Should I get him one. Maybe that's a pretty cool gift, but you'd have to get another stand for another flag You got surprise them like if he if I went to play golf or something. Yeah, and you had someone din coming into surprise him, and you have air force flag and a new flag standup. Yeah I see you write it down. That's right. Here for you all right, let's go the best. An Illinois brewery is back open. After Corona virus kept their doors closed for months and their landlord help make it happen Tammy Chris Ron Owners of stubborn German brewing company and Waterloo have been struggling because they can't bring any money, so they can't pay rent, so the couple even considered asking the landlord let them delay paying rent, but decided against it. They were blown away when he cut him a break and then return three months of their rent payments, so they can keep their business going. They get to keep their place all because the landlord was super generous with that or you go, that's good news countdown. The good news countdown. What'd you do well? Usually when you have something to confess to confessional, or you go to friends or family, but instead I went to the drive through a fast food restaurants and confessed things that happened in my life to the people that are working. You know usually say. Can I take your order and then? I spill my drama on them. You go to confession. I should as a Catholic man I should be going to confession, but I don't get there that often. When's the last time you went to confession fifteen years ago? Do. Your parents go to confession my mom still. She goes to church. She's a twice a week or does she get upset that you don't go as she does not like it. She drops hints and says you know if you'll go to church, things will change. You know if you will and I'm like. Yeah, mom, it's just hard on Sunday morning. I'm busy. If you play these clips, she liked us. I don't think she'll mind. She'll think it's funny, but also these aren't true confessions. True Confessions these are made up scenarios. Make it awkward with the people at the drive through here we go you. Just my girlfriend's pregnant. I. Need Your Advice. How do I tell my wife? Oh my God. Well, it sounds like your little screwed in that position. First off you need to side if the baby mama is gonNA. Let you be in. Life because if she wants to be on the child's life point. So what does she says? Yes, you're going to be in the baby's life, roses and Fan I'm sorry. Is there any chance. She's GonNa forgive me. Okay. Thank you very much for your face. A. Couple of things come to mind here first of all. She just like Hey I. Help Ya like I love that. She admits she was going to give her some food. Yeah. But she act like it was not anything crazy. She laughed at it, but she wasn't like. What's happening right now? The second thing was she said. Well. You need to find out if you're going to keep you in the life of the baby anyway before you tell your wife and if she's not don't worry about telling your wife, I thought that to be a little dishonest. Honestly ended the best of ICE. Tell your. Why anyway that's the case I thought it was pretty saw like man. No need to go through the drama. If there's no drama to be, have met the mom but I. Think eventually in that situation will always be that dramas. Always GONNA come back. Eventually, she's GonNa. Come knocking for some money. Story last week that he has a two year old talked about the artist. He does he I think on his instagram. He said that. Girl in Seattle was like a we got a kid, and there's a picture of him in a two year old war. Who I don't know how long he's known the baby, but that was out Morgan Wallin. His ex girlfriend had a baby. The Baby! He's a dad, so Tucker's was just he was on Tour I. Don't know anything about it except I just saw his instagram. And that's I mean you know Dj Pauly D. From Jersey Shore. He had a thing in Vegas. Girl flew home one night. Thing You're my baby daddy. Here's a lunchbox back at it again, pulling up and confessing in a drive through I need some advice quick so I I lost my job like a month ago, but I was too embarrassed to tell my wife so I get up every morning and I. Go sit at the park. I mean I. Go to a friend's house and I'm feeling really guilty and I don't know. How To tell her? that. You can't talk about it again. If I felt that. I just wanted to opinions of a stranger that'll tell me honestly like how do I. How do I tell my wife well? How about this? You don't tell you why go and find another job, so you think it's okay. Just been lying to for a month. Now find the job earn, and then once you high on the hell her. You lost your other job, but you found another one that was Shoghi it. I mean just offering advice like crazy. Another one don't tell the wife see. These people are back, even secrets. I like it all right. We have in. Nashville in Hollywood Morgan number two thirty seconds skinny. Underwood shared the big reason why she eats. Healthy has an active lifestyle now that I'm a mom and a wife, and all that it's very important for me to be a good example for my children and teach them healthy eating habits and healthy habits for their bodies because I want them to live a healthy wonderful, happy lives, Preston, from low cash, is teaching his kids about country music in one of his favorite spots. My daughter calls my grill, the gorilla and so like you cook out on the gorilla and then I go out there and and I turn on Hang Junior. Junior and we listened to hang. We dance around a patio together. She knows the songs now is so cool to watch a three year old. No Hang Junior. They'll saws are important to me. That was my first concert ever. They put me in a great spot. Rascal flatts Jay demarcus was the cook for his family during quarantine. It's been wonderful for me. I've loved being able to be home with my kids and really connect on a deeper level than I've been able to to be honest and so to spend that much concentrated time with them has been really really awesome. Morgan number two. That's your skinny. It's time for the good news. Album. She's only seven but Olivia Tyler isn't letting us per from the streets. She's helping protect Chicago's homeless. She's been giving away masks to the homeless. Jews even launched her. Own Nonprofit Olivia drew cares, but to be third grader like man. Everybody needs masks. Maybe some people can't get them, so she bought some face with their own money in the members of church and said Hey. Can I get some help, so they did, and now she said Hey. If you give me some money, I'll make some asks, and now she's doing it. She's donated over eight hundred masks. that. Crazy is greater worried about something other than herself and. Reaching out to the homeless population, but that story was a great wanted to share with you guys this morning, and that is what it's all about. That was telling me something good. KNOWS SHOW This story comes from Pinellas County Florida. A fifty eight year old man was arrested at two forty five am because he was out running the streets naked, one of his friends dared him, said amateur won't go run around the neighborhood naked. All right that's a dare can't turned down there. You can turn on. A dare obey is different. I dare if you're not getting, anything from it. But if it's like how you make a little money off, this I could understand, but this wasn't was just a dare, and it wasn't even a double. Dare or double. Dare sugar on top just a straight dare. ULTIMATE DOUBLE! Dare with sugar on top OH. Yeah, if you put sugar on top, there's no way you can walk away from that or else. You are a sissy. I never heard about sugar on top. Your friends and super tough. There's a dare, and there's double dog dare. Double Dog dares usually the maximum it for. His voice sugar. In it could be either sugar or cheery. To not a cherry. Was He drunk though they don't think I'll go involved. At fifty eight years old if you can't rejected there. Are, you even fifty eight I. Mean they're? They may have a reputation to. Uphold the sugar club wants. Rocks at your boneheads story the day. I give you the one line quote from a nineties movie Amy All. You have to his name the movie the example is run force. Run Forrest gump. Ready I have A. Attended them. Let's see how many you get here. You're killing me smalls. sandlot correct. You're killing me smalls. Nine, ninety three, or how about this? There's no crying in baseball. Hr Lee no, no, no, you gotta stay on a little league, their lever on a League of their own shoot. Now crying and baseball. and. These are great movies. Do we think they're great? Because they were in the nineties and that's when we were kids. Like, Riva put out that concert. From one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety four. It's on her youtube page now. Re did a whole concert she posted, and it's a concert from nineteen ninety four when I saw that I thought how cool is that? Is that just because it's. Morgan. Born Andy Three. Do you care about the ninety s? Care about the nineties, but do you think the ultimate decade, or is it just cold decade? I mean it's definitely up there like. Thinking of nineties for me is like a cool vintage thing so anything nineties is cool to me. But what about when is your decade? Like I would say it's ninety s because it's not like I. Know Much about fifty or sixty. Thousand dollars some connection to the tooth. They have a style that you like thousands baby. I mean yeah, there's Gaucho Pans, and like layers of clothing. Now we have that we will but I I think we so relate more to the nineties. In your mind or the nineties colour in the two thousands I would say yeah because. Of were because we warn the eighties, but we gravitate towards the ninety weaver. Enjoyed high school to have our own opinions. All right. I see dead people. Nineteen ninety nine. This movie came out. I say unsolved mysteries, but it's. It's Bruce Willis got end. When the end of this movie happened I. Now walked out. Mind Blown Haley Joel Osman Right. In there. Give me handsome. I know I see dead people. I see dead. People like go not go species. Clever. The six. In Nighttime Lun. Okay, now we know okay, sorry. Okay so you're telling me there's a chance. Nineteen ninety-four is oh I. I've always said so. You're saying there's a chance. Nineteen Nineties Movie Nineteen ninety-four oh. Oh! Dumb and dumber. So you're telling me, there's a chance. That one I think I loved it ten years later more so than I did in nineteen, four. How about this one good in my belly! In my belly. Get in any, you can hear it. In my belly Ed. A give you a hint when these movies came out. They mean you could fit in the theater. Somebody who wanted to see them get a million dollars sack. That movie yeah one me hold on. In my Bella. I think that it's awesome powers. All Right? How about that? Some High Quality H. to? Call. Too Old. That's Adam Sandler waterboy maturity as a good one. How `bout by Felicia? cheer. No no by Felicia say it all the time and you need to move into the problem. Martin Both Alesia. Brought Felicien. Nude again! Relations and now Friday. And then finally, it wasn't the box. What's in the by? Who's the person that's Brad? Pitt? Listen the box. What's? A table in the box ahead. Fight Club. Seven. I never saw seven. Here's one more. You'll get this. You can't handle the truth. A. Good. Good. Good good. Hey, let's go pretty. Good seven. Get, like Austin powers, and like I knew it. You know that's a sixth sense like that's not good. I I'm not proud. Okay, you know terrible. Terrible all right. I was pretty good We're going to draft here. We're going to draft our best duets now. Eddie's not here since he's out I'm back in the game I got the TAP in. Around the room. Best duets. Morgan you'RE UP I. Well I think this is probably one of the best duets of all time, and it's Brad Paisley and Alison Krauss Whiskey Lullaby. Put that. In full, the trick, a love that song. It's a good one and finally drag. On my list is hoping asking. Go to. Draft him best duets of all time. Raimondo, this time good pick into. Let's see that was actually going to be my number one. Let's go ahead and do. Eric Church Luke. Combs does. Wow. You went really. New, free. Bird it does. I'm going to go with my favorite duet islands in the Stream Dali and Kenny Yeah. Emmy over to you draft your favorite duet ahead. With Sheryl. Crow and Kid Rock picture interesting. I was forget how good that song is until I hear again. And finally lunchbox box the best duet. Yeah, this one goes way back and they are married, and they look at each other in this video and they. You can just feel the love because it's your love giving. One. into. All those good ones man. Most of them are kind of love song except raise. Or Luke combs, and unless they're singing about each other couple dudes. What's wrong with that? No nothing is most duets. Love Song, True General I have one coming up I'm not a love song, but first round where all love songs except yours. Okay we go backward. Now lunchbox. You're up. Man Best Duets Okay! I'm going to go. These top. I'm GonNa go with you. Kenny Chesney and grace potter. Kenya May. Run Out Alan Jackson and Jimmy. Buffett, it's five o'clock somewhere. Something tall and strong. Cain Boron Angle. Past where? It's five o'clock some. All right I'm up. Have Islands in the Stream I think I'M GONNA go dilemma, Nelly and Kelly Rowland. Before. He's. Going off the beaten path, a little bit, but I'm GonNA. Go and Kelly Rowland dilemma. Raimondo. Garden Tricia still around. What's on in another's eyes? Can't, see. Big Sherpur portion. Morgan me, it's a tough one. What's your neck? What you do at your drafting? There's part of me that wants to just go off. My list based on what everybody's doing but I think. I'm going to stick with this one. It's an Oldie but a goodie. It's over and over Tim McGraw, Nellie Oh good one. You know I had to decide which one of those draft out on both listed between the dilemma and over and over. Nelly mix it twice. Does he make any GL? Forgot about that. Draft our favorite duets. Let's. Morgan. You'll make your final pick now. You have whiskey Lullaby and you have over and over. What is your final pick? I think I ray. This isn't going to be on there. Because it wasn't on my list, but I just thought of it, and it's such a good one, but it's the Middle Air Morrison said Oh. That's a good one I. Don't think about that I. don't even have it on my list. Is that so I just thought about it so sorry where you have a cool weekend, baby. Others he found it. Just made me. Raymundo your final pick you have does to me from Luke combs and Eric Church in another's eyes, garth and Tricia, which final pick I'm kind of feeling. The newer duets look instead of going these forties, fifties, people from years and years ago. Why do some from like I dunno this week so I'm doing John Party. Thomas Rhett Beer can't fix. Other. camp. From. You. Oh Man. Okay I'M GONNA go with? Shallow Lady. Gaga Bradley Cooper. Yeah. What's left that? That's what I. that. I mean. There's still some bill. But I won about one for diversity. So I'm going to go with Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson Mamas. Don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys. Going through. What's your final draft? Pick in the duet draft? I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. Throw this out there and hopefully it gets accepted. cowgirls don't cry by Reba and Brooks and Dunn cowgirls don't. All right, so you can go to bobby dot com vote on yours. Because I had almost took Dan Shea with Justin. BIEBER thousand hours. That was the to. Oh, that's so good. And empire state of mind with Jay. Z and Alicia. Jackson Johnny and June. I'm going to Jackson. Don't you? WanNa stay from Jason Kelly Clarkson. Babe Sonny and Cher. BB REX GL meant to be. That was another one that. Whole s but You know your your team. Equal A. You know a little bit a little bit of this limited that. Okay you know the song we used to perform together. You very on stage like a couple of different times I know for sure we did it in Wichita. Are Ugly. Ugly Conway Twitty Yeah. I don't think that that would have made it. Well I'm just saying. You're the reason our kids are. All right all right well. Go vote on right now. The draft scores are. Morgan number. Two seven lunchbox seven Amy's got two wins. And he's got one in to has zero. Come close a couple of times you can give you five seconds to beg to listeners. I. Think this is the one to give to me. Honestly, it's mainly for millennials because I went with the newer people bud, bring it. Nice all right? I was reading a story about how if you sleep in on the weekends? It actually does worse for your body than if you maintain your schedule. Because it's best to keep a regular bedtime schedule. And to get up at the same time you're healthy schedule, but it'd be sleep in your body gets all thrown off the clock. You can get sick. Your immunity is down. Yeah, my husband's in trying to tell me that fruit years, but given our schedule. It's no. We don't I don't WanNa. Wake up as early as we do on a Saturday just feels good sleep in some days right? Yeah, yeah, yeah, so that and then I have this voice in my here from Randy in Washington DC. Pay Bobby I got a question for us live in. The studio. Who Do you think would win an arm wrestling match between you and Ryan seacrest I'm very interested where everybody thinks. Hopefully, they're honest, not just because you know they're your friend. Talk to you later you WANNA. Go. Yeah, I'll tell you I. Think me, too. Just because I'm a little bigger than that. He was going to hire someone to arm. Wrestle me than he would dominate me because he has like he's extremely real hundred million dollars. I'm just a little taller than Ryan. And Hager not bigger in a bad way like y'all are both firm Firmin Trim, or what's the word August firm? I'll take it. vote-rigging! You're definitely. He's I'm just a little bigger on TV and person. He's very small. person, you're still big. You know what I mean that. Make sense right over here. This had nothing to do with that comment. Fan Buy and sell all of us I. think that he likes the he small. Have Nothing. WALKING DOWN THE TRAIL! Right. I wish I were bigger all right, thank you, thank you for that. voicemail randy and why. Same East pile of stories all my goodness. Jessica Biel and really had a secret baby so that on instagram. That's what they say. They still haven't commented on it, but a she'd been pregnant for. We didn't know it, so. Here's the thing on social media. There's not been a full body picture of her or anywhere for that matter since March, but during the pandemic, which timely to make sense, they escaped to Big Sky Montana says that's where they've been corn, -taining and so. Have a house. They're like so their chilling at their house there, but she obviously was pregnant and they haven't put anything out there, but I guess her mom has been there the past week, helping with the baby and a friend of the MOMS confirmed to the Daily Mail that it's the baby boy. I guess I. Wonder if it was a surrogate. That's my only question being pregnant because if you don't know someone has. Has a baby and they have a baby. Sometimes, it's been that while they just call it a top secret pregnancy, so yeah, it was either in her body or somebody else's well. That's like a goal for me to have a five year old, and then revealed on the fifth birthday Kip at a secret that long I was like all right here. He is little junior and you'll get a baby well actually nine today. That's like Like you told us the other day Tucker. Posted on instagram. Oh, here's my two year old kid I. Don't know how long he's known. Though I thought he knew right away, he just was finally. Sharing I'm not sure. Read the whole caption. I got that he knew about it from getting. He just normally doesn't open up and share things like that, but he felt like she's just such a big part of his life. He's ready to share her. Sounds like so sweet him. So this is school. Something Zappa does is doing is allowing customers to now buy single shoes, so you can buy. A like say you're an amputee, you only have one leg like now. They're being a hey. Yeah, you can just buy the single shoe. This is for inclusion for anybody who just wants one shoe, or maybe if they have one foot, that's a whole size bigger than the other, and they want to mix and match now. That's enough shen. Or like an an eleven for the left foot than a baby shoe on the right. That really what's born on. That'd be fun. I don't know if that's an option. Just test amounts the same I. Want to do with all the shoes that are left over. I don't I don't know exactly how they're. They're working it out. I was wondering the same thing and they're gonNA. Have all these extra shoes, but I don't know if they work with the manufacturers, but I do think it's really cool. Because they said they just really wanted to be able to cater to people that have been previously excluded from the footwear industry, or just giving them, because you can still get the shoes, even if you had ordered emphasizes because I had a friend who wore like an eleven eight, one of his feet were way smaller than the other. We order two pairs of shoes. Like now this now they're. They're speaking the him now. Friends what else and last, but not least Dirks Ben Lee is growing a mullet saw picture of him. It looks like he's growing his hair out. Oh Well I. Mean I guess it could be that. It's definite. Yeah, he's out. He's been doing a lot of biking and Colorado, but it's definitely y'all longer on top two, so maybe party in the front and Party in the back. Door, Finley yeah okay. I'm amy. That's my. Amy's pile of story so it's time for the good news. So the second grader Roxie White, she may not be able go to school right now, but she loves to go to her school's playground to hang out and play and have fun and be a kid, but she noticed that it's been super littered lately with bottles and plastic and other trash, so she gathered her family her parents and grandparents, and now she's made it their duty, and she's the one that decided this. We're GONNA. Keep this playground clean. Clean so they have all unofficially adopted the playground as a community service project for their family. That's cool good for her good for them and just think if each family would pick a little corner of the world to adopt as their little community service project, we can keep them pretty clean well. They used to have adopt a highway and I thought people were so cool to got on that sign in Arkansas. You guys have adopt-a-highway we had. A pretty sure. You drive down, you would see adopt a highway and Harvey Chapel Baptist. Church got the one near where my church was, and I was so annoyed because it was like we didn't claim it first. They still have it should have I. don't even know that that's happening more and I. Don't live in Mount. Zion Baptist anymore. I know, but I mean just somewhere adopted. Adopted enough for all of us unit then you have to. You're in charge with the adopting. Don't you have to coordinate the people to go out and pick up the litter this yeah Yup. We're doing a long time. I don't know if they do that anymore. Even here. Do you guys ever see adopt a highway signs? Probably kid back in the day. That was awesome all right? That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Coming up, we'll talk to edie and see if he has covid nineteen. See if he has the corona virus. Do, you know. What I know you know. I didn't know he got his results now. I know I'm just going to say that. I had already told him last week not to come in today regardless. That's what I was basing enough of I, looked around and wait what. Okay okay, so we'll talk to. Edie coming up in a few minutes to see finally if he has to walk in the door and be like I'm free. That's what's going to happen. He's GonNa walk in the room okay. Or because we're GONNA have him on the phone anyway George Strait. We had George Right on the phone. Yes, okay, so he's going to be on the phone, but he's GonNa. Walk in the room or he's not. by the way, let's go to this call here. Hey Bobby and show I'm a big Fan. Leslie podcast every day. Hey I just listening. To Boise Robbie so this show eventually. Just wanted to help you out because I care, there's no z in the word Boise. Boise Boise drowsy and you'll sound like a local. We're happy to have you welcomed. Would you get here is I didn't know that Boise. Boise, we obviously grow. Roy Boise Boise Oh man. I'm so not a local. Sorry, sorry listening Boise. We're very sorry we now. Yeah? Always give us that feedback. We're open to being better people. Eight, seven, seven, seventy seven, bobby. Here's an excellent. Bobby your morning studio. Hey, I got a question for you. Watch to tell the truth all the time and. For your episode and I wonder if you happen to know when you're episode going to Air I'm excited about watching maybe this week maybe next week you know went over almost a year ago, and I was one of the celebrity panelists onto. Tell the truth. That's how you how are hurting. They were for celebrities. They're scraping and so I went and did an episode. And I think it is this week or next week, but the weird thing was after that episode that you see I went and met Kayla for the first time when our first date right after the deficit. So. Yeah, I taped it November twenty fourth, and then right after that I went and I had our first date which she didn't know was a date. She claims right well good thing. They got desperate for you because that. Allow you to go take her out. You probably would have anyways, but who knows when? Anthony Anderson Really Nice Guy. He was the host of that show. That is. Nice, Guy all right. Let's go to aiming gets a joke here we go. Morning, Corny why did the banker quit his job? Why did the banker quit his job? He lost interest nice. That was. Morning Gorny. Nikki in Buffalo New York. I have a question about how you've never alcohol before I'm curious like if you were to get married, would you have a little champagne and if you did ever have a drink? Who from the show would you like to be there with you? Okay, thanks, let me. If I decide to have a drink kind of like pop, the bubble and I'm just going to drink for now. I haven't. Just because of my history where you know, my dad left and he was an alcoholic. He left when he was five six years old and he peace down. My mom died from drugs and alcohol so I, just saw it at a young age and said this is not for me because I don't want to have my kids in this situation. So then I decided never drink I just turned forty. I haven't had a drink alcohol and it's nothing moral. I would like to drink, but I know 'cause I do everything all the way or I, don't do it at all. I thought about just going. You know what I would like to beat it. I would like to beat the fear of. Having, alcohol consumed me because I'm a competitive person. You can with yourself. So I don't know that getting married would make me want to celebrate. It'd be a curiosity and I would want to do it by myself. The make sense. Champ I wouldn't celebrate with Champagne for me to celebrate and have something I. Like I will do that with Cherry cake because I don't like champagne, you celebrate with something that you like okay, so I wouldn't do that. No, what would you question? Well? I think the the layer of getting married. It could be that you have I. Mean Your Wife. That's like super-safe. That might be the safest relationship that you have. You know? Potentially would hope that for you and your wife, but you could share that moment with her. Like if you got married, that could be the person that. It's like a very. Safe thing so if yeah, I think what we would do is just two. Firebombs. Go hard. I'm a WHO on the show, probably, amy, because if I was like ooh. This is not for me or if I got really sick, I think from this show. Amy will take care of me the most. Nikki. Thank you for that question. All right. Or video producer my best bud. Eddie is on the phone. He's been out because he got tested for coronavirus. We didn't know if he had it or not, but he's on the phone right now ed. How are you? I'm good, but I'm telling you how you feeling. I feel great man. I feel really good, so we have this maybe why you looking. Okay I don't know because I mean he's. He's either in the garage and he's GonNa Walk in the studio and be like I don't have that. or He's going to go. nope. I'm still a home in the bed and I have haven't. Revenue can I get a drum roll, please. been talking a lot over the weekend and. Let me say this I was surprised by what he told me. Are you gonNA. Walk the door, but look at the door. Is He GonNa win, or does he have corona? Eddie it's now in your control. You can delayed out however much and went. All right here we go here, we go. I've been waiting for this. Not Be walking through that door ladies and gentlemen. Because I have tested positive corona. Oh my Gosh! If you had to call anybody that you've been near and said Hey. You know because there's protocol. Amy I I've I haven't been around anyone by I. Don't think you understand like unless I call the people at the gas stations on the drive from Florida to Nashville. I mean I haven't been by anyone full, house, your family. Is anybody else sick as your wife and tested? Not My wife has not been tested. She's not sick. My kids are not sick. My mother, my mother-in-law was taking care of our kids while we went to Florida. She is now getting tested because she's not feeling well. Does she. I mean she's not young. Hey Raymundo. I know you had a big beef with that because you're a man of Florida instead of Vegas. Way Behind me I I'm just very sad right now for Eddie that he has a krona virus. This just took nuts turn. Did he get in Florida? Who knows who cares? He just needs to get better. Hopefully gets shakes it. Yeah, what if I mean you're? Smell needs to return. Yeah Yeah. I mean I. Mean I've really like you. Guys have been checking on me and everything and I do feel better. I feel great. The thing is the only thing that's gotten. A little worse is my chest. The congestion's got a little worse like it hurts to take a deep breath, but I mean if I'm just I can breathe fine. That's probably the only thing that's concerning. Shows, so the doctor says doctor says basically wait till about Tuesday. If my symptoms start going away by Tuesday's and we're good. We're good to start leaving the room. Go outside. Hang out with the family over. What are you gonNA tested again and your wife also because she can be a dramatic and. She could give it to you. Yes so I would probably go back and get tested as soon as my. Symptoms are done so whether that's Tuesday or Wednesday, whichever one and then you have to wait another four or five days. Yeah. Now we have. Over. Five days yeah. Yeah, I'm going today to get a test, but it's a rapid test. So, it's two days. So I. Don't know why you wouldn't sign up for that, you know. Yeah, we talked about that yesterday. I think that's what I wanna try to find the rapid tests. I I. Don't know. I don't know what the differences I have, no idea this one took longer so I'm going to test it today now, because because I haven't seen any in person and over two weeks feel confident about that like if we had just seen him or something, or let's say, his symptoms hadn't kicked in I'm like thank goodness. He didn't come here right after occasion, or it'd be all of us. Well I had to call and talk with HR, because almost close the studio down our really yeah, because if he's sitting over there at that table. And he's in the window of having corona virus. But he was because our last day that we were here was July first before we went away for vacation, so we're gonNA half week than a full week and then we didn't see any front of after that, so he hasn't been in here and over two weeks. But Yeah Eddie. If you're just turning on the radio on Eddie has corona virus and he's in room. How long you've been in your room now? I've been in my room for ten days now. Anybody having didn't want to say to them. Man Andy I. Hope You you get better food. I feel bad for you. I mean I. I mean I don't WanNa. I don't WanNa see her. Gloat or anything, but you took shots at Raina. Your tweets talking about look who has to go get corona tests and I'm just saying man. You can never be too careful, right? That's where you're telling people you because you say you're so careful. I mean I hope you get better, dude Oh, this is terrible takes a shy. Took a lot of shots at Ryanair on twitter about. And so I don't know I just I feel bad that you're sick dude, but and I hope your family's okay and mant was the call anything like to call you for my lady. No actually. Emailed me. To Call Oh so when you got the email. Did you think it was negative since they said they were GonNa? Email you negative. Side already clicked picture in my head that I was run downstairs and show my family and like it'd be like. Guys on free, but that wasn't. And what did it say? It just basically says you know. Here's the the this. You've been tested for this and then are you positive or negative basically, and then just go down the list. And what did you think immediately when you saw positive? I didn't see them. mmediately and I was just Kinda like kept looking for it, and then I saw the word, but then I didn't really understand it because they use lot code. And, so I read it like twenty times, and then finally like okay. No, there's no doubt yeah got then. How did you feel? Well you don't feel good I mean. The closure the closures. Good. I mean the understanding. What's what you're dealing with better, but other than that you don't feel great, and then you just start thinking like Gosh. Like what? Where could this happen like? Really I. Wear who I'll be the first to tell you guys if I was being reckless in any way about it I was not. I've worn my mask everywhere. I've gone. We did not I I haven't been a restaurant in month. I haven't been in a public place in my other than the go in and pick up really quick with a map i. don't know what to tell you guys, if anything this thing real and it's easier to get sick. You got it I have no idea bone, no idea. Be trying to dial in and add my top three list for sure I mean for sure. There is the travel I mean your gas stations. You're going drive-thrus. You could've got kids baseball game to honestly. Kid Baseball game. You know like everyone's wearing math, but there's a lot of people a lot of people in one area well. Listen we need you to get better when you do test negative twice. have the rule is? I don't come back. Yeah so we'll see in September. It looks like a slow as the test are now. I'm just. Hopeful for the rest of your family like that's great. Your wife hasn't had any symptoms. Hopefully. On, honestly that's been. That's been the tough part and not being able to see my kids and my wife like my wife will come in and give me food and Shit, wear masks, or whatever, but literally I haven't touched my kids I. Mean held the baby in like ten days. Well on the bright side law. Video Games every night. He said we put the headset on a play for like ours. Is. He getting better. Yeah he is getting better. Yeah, yeah, yes can't get worse more. You play better, you get. All right, Eddie, we're in for you. All right all right. There is Eddie He has Kobe nineteen the corona. What's the average body temperature ninety? Six Point, eight ninety eight point six L. C. N. little dyslexic at times wall now though they're saying that that body temperature was set in eighteen, seventy, one by German doctor, not the one that people say ninety eight point six, but now they say it's. Ninety seven point five. The humans of cooled off a little bit hygiene medical care. Sometimes they beat me except. The lottery and I get beeped every time, but the leaves are gone outside in the go boop one two well. This can't be right. On the Air Conditioner Boop, Okay Ninety, seven point yeah, the the new average body temperature is ninety seven point five. Weekend. When? And now when we drove six hours to Arkansas and we looked at a place low cabin. First one wasn't for us in Higdon Arkansas. So, we'll looked another one I think. We looked at like seven places overall. That's how we found our realtor in Arkansas now. We were there week and a half ago on vacation and I just WANNA website, and was like Oh look at this place, and so I hit the button that says contact realtor, and so like idiot i. put my name and email and phone number all on that stuff. And, so I'm like. Yeah, well I'm talking about this place. We ended up not looking at that place, but then my phone goes just starts being I don't know where they dump all that information to like ten people, but the first person they hit me up. I was like cool. We'll meet you. She's on this older house. And what was funny, was we? You know I put my real name down. which is not my real bones so I? Put My real name down and it was like here's the phone number email, and so she's like Oh. Hey, cool! We're trying to lineup places to go. Look at, and then I guess they need a driver's license. To go into the House I. Don't know some sort of picture identification to go, and like we dry. You test drive a car. And so I sent my driver's license over, and she replies back. You buy bones. And I was like yeah, sh. All of your Info, so but we found this little cabin and pretty excited about that and so I can go back to Arkansas and not have to get a hotel. I can do any sort of work to do there and he's sort of future work. We're up in the woods. On a low mountain so pretty pretty pumped about that. It's awesome had pretty good weekend. We were playing video games I've known that Eddie had grown virus for a couple of days. We sent them food last night because his wife's got four kids. It's OK online ordering a bunch food and send it over, so she doesn't have to cook for everybody all the time. Because I'm sure she's struggling running around. So. That's why I hit him up. I was like Hey, dude, let me know ahead of the show because all help, take care of your kids. That's awesome, super thoughtful, but we've been playing video games pretty much. Every night we played last night way later than we should have, but there's four of us that play this NBA Two K.! Me Eddie my friend Mike Signs, my friend, Steve Ortiz, but we need a fifth for a team. I got on twitter and I'm like hey, to been on a play with us and this nineteen year old kid. I'm Andrew in Wichita. He goes to Kansas, but he's coming back. He's platelets every night now. He's now part of our squatting literally just somebody who replied to me on twitter, and now he's this all the time, and he's way better than we we. We saw compared to the really good players. But. He plays every night now. That's awesome, and so we've kind of We squatted up with a listener who he said that we were talking because he goes to K.. U., he played basketball in high school. I think was pretty good. But? He didn't. He doesn't play K. You, but he scrimmages against the girls, college team. They wouldn't find a bunch of wreck. Players at on. Video Game Basketball. Okay basketball. Players at Ku and they scrimmage against the girls and they get paid in Merch. Kansas merch that. Little Gig. Names Andrew. Though so he's like our our our new basketball player, but did that this weekend I did see the story too sometimes. I look at these stories. Just what is what's wrong with people? Three Spirit airline employees were injured in a fight that broke out of the South Florida airport over a delayed flight. Three passengers have been arrested and charged with battery. Here's audio from a video as it's happening. An air that's happening in an airport in America. It sounds like it's not happening here. The employees suffered minor injuries when three passengers quote became combative following a delayed flight. The weird thing is I also get annoyed if there's the late flight, right? But nobody wants a delayed flight. There's a the pilot, doesn't the airline? Doesn't the flight attendants? Don't the passengers don't so when I get annoyed. I can have to check myself and go. You know what nobody wants to be delayed either something's broken. We don't WANNA fly or Somebody's sick. Or something that isn't or a flight is delayed because something else happened somewhere else. But in the clip, several women can be seen hurling items at the workers before going behind the counter and attacking one of the employees. Play that clip again. This is insane. Among. The items thrown employees were phones. Four. Water bottles metal boarding signs. They were throwing Fast Food Adam. Are you. who what kind of person would do, this would just start throwing stuff at someone behind an airline counter. You think they wanted to delay your flight. We think! Anything it's. A, sad to me, I don't understand that kind of behavior and I just wish people would step back and hopefully if they're seeing this now and that's them. They're like. Oh, I shouldn't act that way. Listen again. They threw shoes. I would never throw one of my shoes I. Need that I mean I get it back. Phones I don't want my phone screen crack. They're being so a rational here. Paul Bader where are they getting? Rid off the ground and chocolate behind the counter. With people what's wrong with? A ten year, old boys in stable condition, after being pulled out of a boat by a shark. Shark straight up went up there and pull out. The boy was on a fishing boat with his father and two friends. When the shark bit the boy and pulled them into the water, quote all of the sudden, the shark lead clean out of the water, hit the side of the boat and snap the Rod. Clean off. The Rod holder grabbed the boy all in one swipe. pulled him into the water. The boy's father immediately jumped into the water to save his son. They took the boy to a nearby seafood shop or first aid was administered until an ambulance arrived. He's going to be fine, but imagine seeing that happen. HOW CRAZY I bet! The Dad jumped in and think about it. He was blacked out, but just instinct says there goes the kid. I gotta go get him. Jumping prepared to fight a shark. Isn't that why old which is crazier, watching people at an airport chunk shoes, metal signs at someone behind or a shark in a boat where there are sharks already living, you know there are sharks. They're the humans at the airport Hugo. The. Shark was behaving actually how he behaves shortage being a sharp right. Those humans are not just being. That's your pig, but yes I know what they're. The audacity of people. You Know Amy's getting mad if Don't know I think that I guess people have always been this way. It's just now. We see it a lot more because of social media. You know it can't be that suddenly were just. Stupid, but we can be ingrained watching a lot of stupid videos now. In general, you are what you surround yourself by good influences. Bad influences imagine if you look dumb videos, people get irritated all the time. then. Maybe you start to behave that way because I play a lot of Mbh, UK twenty and I've been just dry. It homes Awesome Ball, who? We played basketball over the weekend. We only play ball with people in our little circle anyway. Not Hanging out with a bunch of folks. But one of my friends we play with every week came over. Scuba Steve came over and played outside India. We had five of us. We played knockout scuba. How do you enjoy basketball? Play knockout in quite some time, so that was really cool. Thanks again. Do you play Amy Hi Nice I mean I. Know that I've played it before, but I couldn't tell you. Shoot and if I miss it first behind me, makes it on knocked out the person behind US trying to make it, so we played for two hours at the most cardio. You had longtime scuba at least probably about a year. Scuba shirt was a different color. But it was worth I feel today. Yeah, it was great. We had a lot of fun doing that. I'll wrap this. The golden girls houses for sale. For three million dollars. The homemade, famous and outdoor shots for the golden girls can be yours for about. Three million dollars to nine nine nine. The irritating thing as you go, and you're like man. I want to get this house. mccolm over to the Golden Girls House but the sides probably not made like the inside of the TV show right, and then people are always gonNA drive by Your House because I driven by the Golden Girls House. Is in California. Reeling yeah so there. The House was not located in Miami but Angeles. Yeah. Joe Pass it and. I've also gone by the full House so. When you buy those places, you have to be prepared for people wanting to come and take a picture on the front, or whatever the Brady Bunch. House sold for three point five million dollars. The full. House House sold for five point, five million dollars, and the sex and the city brownstone the apartment facade. Nine point, six five million dollars and I think that's just because of where it is all those. Go Up, I think. Question, do all right. That's crazy. It's time for the good news. Box! Tyler is twenty six years old. He's living with autism from Massachusetts, he's been working at the movie theater, but corona he gets furloughed doesn't have a job and he tells his mom I want to do something to help out. What have I collect cans bottles and donate the money to you know charities, so she's like yeah great idea, so he's knocking on neighbors doors, and then his mom puts it on facebook. He's raised sixteen hundred dollars because people dropped cans off in his front yard and he's been five hours a day sorting them. Wow! That's good I mean even the people dropping them off. Yes, they drive for miles, Ray and just dropped the bags off in his front yard, and he sorts them all out, and they donate all the money. Your son wanted to do that for awhile. He's doing then you realize there's. But, does he if people started dumping cans into your yard? Lunch box to that a little bit. Remind through. Your early in my yard, which was fine, and then one day he dropped off the glass and the or something, and then we realized like our state doesn't really take glass told me he wanted to raise three hundred million dollars or something like that. Total of a quarter of course. All right, that's a good story though National Watch box. That's what it's all about. That was telling me something good. Usually in this music school segment, I do one Eddie does one, but Eddie has corona virus. You can go here the. Where he revealed that to us, so he's not here psalmody by myself today. Let's take him to class. Bobby entities music school is now session. Up in the morning and now. All Right? You probably know this song right here. Do. The dance Garth Brooks dance. Now, the guy wrote the song. What's Tony Radha? said he knew he was onto something when I working on the song in the mid eighties, but he didn't have a full team or a title he was in the early stages. He watched a movie called. Peggy Sue got married, and he was like all right, so it's about a woman who travels through time back to a high school days, and he was like man that hit me so hard so. He pitched it. He finished it all. No one will take it. It was one of these songs that nobody took. Nobody took. No artists was interested in it because it was unusual, subject matter. And so when unsigned Garth Brooks heard him perform the dance at the Bluebird cafe. Guard has told the story in here before, too. He was like. Hey, connect cut that if I ever get a record deal. And so he said Yeah, sure and so boom there it is nineteen eighty-nine. It goes. It hits number one for three weeks. I'm going to get a corona test tonight like six or seven o'clock at a time I. Don't have any symptoms I. Don't feel bad at all, but I feel like if I can get one and might as well get one and. You know they say it's a rapid test that it's GonNa take two to three days, but lunchbox said that his wife got one. They said that, but it was fifteen minutes I'm going to go to call I just feel like with Eddie, having it although I haven't seen them for two weeks, and then we have somebody else up here. WHOSE WIFE HAS IT? I'm just like I'm going to go get tested. Be Proactive about it. I was reading a story about Tom Hanks, where he said that corona virus for him, made his bones fill like soda crackers. He said he just felt like it was all like like crushing. Go. Listen to the podcast Eddie talk about it because now. He's starting to get symptoms again like he's. He said he's not breathing well anymore. We said earlier differ I'm saying like thinking about like the different symptoms that have popped up for him over the days. You see Kylie, Jenner because she's an. All over the Internet because there's a picture for kids stormy stormy within a little person. That person was an eleven hundred dollar Louisville. Time Her daughters to have people saying. Why does your two year old heaven eleven hundred I think that she replied because I'm a billionaire. Like. The same way. Goal meanwhile, it's all relative like someone might be with like literally. Nothing might be worked up if someone has one hundred dollar handbag. I mean whatever people need to. There are little things to get upset about exactly and not one of them like I'm not shocked like that doesn't shock me and she probably got it for free. Like that's the thing to Taco Bell as removing twelve items from menu. We talked about this but Morgan. You had to pick as your TACO bell. CONNOISSEUR. I am well. Are there any of these that you love that they're. They're taking off, oh. Yeah, one of them is one that I literally get every time I go and I'm so bummed about it. It's the cheesy potato loaded griller and it's gone. It's literally when I order every single time. I've never even. Heard of it, cheesy potato loaded griller as soon as a grilled Burrito, said with cheese and potatoes inside cheese, Keizo and sour cream, and like a Tortilla. Girl sounds amazing. Their chips and dips, though it says what yeah that to their nachos supreme. We're going to be off. The list Kinda stinks. Why are they doing anything noxious why they're doing is if people aren't buying it enough so well, so a lot of these are considered some of their like more vegetarian options, and since they rolled out a new vegetarian menu, it's like well. We don't need these anymore. There's a few on there that have meeting, but for the most part that's why so they're creating demand. What coolest thing you've seen on the Internet recently Aamir I well. Someone tweeted out this explored dot Org and I clicked on it because they have live cams on all kinds of wildlife all over the world, and particularly in Africa. They have these cans that are on these gorillas. And you can just sit there and watch them. Eat or sleep. Or just crawl around. Been Entry, it's explore dot org and you don't have to watch the gorillas. That's the one that I kind of like. It's very something soothing about it. Like just caught. Myself Sat at my computer for five minutes and watch guerrilla. Eat some bamboo. In my yard. We have two big bucks. Just chill. They jumped fence. They just hang out in the yard. in the one go look for them. They're not there. I think they when it cools down on the front side and the back side, but they're they're. Pretty sizable racks on them. It's a two dudes. You don't even need. Explore Dot Org. You got it right there in. The window. Yeah, yeah, big boys to that's what do you have well? There's this guy in Maryland. His name is Ray Hoffman and after high school he didn't get into single college. He didn't have good grades, so we started working at a trash company cleaning dumpster with cockroaches, and he said everybody who worked with one hundred percent of them had been to prison at some point in their life. Look Dude. You're too smart to be working at here. You need to go to college, so he met someone who introduced into Fester got him into some small school he graduated from. Maryland and he just got accepted to Harvard law school. How? That's crazy. That's awesome on real. Amy I just pulled up your explore dot. Org Live Cams. I'm watching. Brown bears in my National Park in Alaska. This big bear is in the middle of stream. There are trout lopping all around him. It is while you can pick whatever region whatever animals, but it's pretty cool. Wow Jay everybody should check this out. Explore Dot org slash live camps. It's a good story ARCS I'm going to bring mine here so I love shoes. I have a lot of shoes. They're doing a new auction because they have a bunch of rare Michael Jordan. So. This one manager that used to work for the. New Jersey Nets back in the day took a pair of Michael Jordan's old shoes either he left to him, or he found him, but he's selling them. It is a nineteen eighty-four Nike airship sneaker. They think it's going to get around four to five hundred thousand dollars. For shoes that he took and saved, because what happened is whenever the documentary came out. The new watch some of that right? That all the Michael Jordan stuff started skyrocket in price so. They think half a million dollars for a payroll US Michael. Jordan shoes that wild crazy more you? What do you have cooling on the Internet while I'm really into superheroes, so this teenagers best friend was diagnosed with the disease, wanted to something to cheer up, and so she went looking for comic books, but there was no comic books with disabilities, so the girl drew her own comics, three comic books for friend, and then started selling them for a nonprofit and I thought that was pretty awesome. Speaking of superheroes, the kid that jumped out in front of his sister, and he got bit by the dog. We talked about that and Chris Evans Goes Hey man. I'M GONNA. Send you a captain America's shield well now Robert Downey Junior. He's talking to that same kid and he says hey man. I'm GONNA get your birthday gift here. Listen to this bridge your rockstar. My Name's Robert Downey junior I play coney. Furniture caps are here. Senator Shields your way committee one better. You call me on your expert day. I got some special. Leaked by the way. That's from trump's shield. And that cool The superheroes one. Raymond or audio producer. What do you have Yawn Sports Centres instagram page? They're not doing a lot of sports right now, so they're post and other stuff going on, but this lady. She caught a nine hundred pound fish. I saw that thing. It's a monster and the coolest thing is. It's worth two million dollars because it can make so much tuna and they said it can make over like six thousand tuna sandwiches. Oh! She can sell that fish for millions of dollars. Isn't that insane? says. She's GonNa, so she's GonNa. Do Or do you throw it back? Are you crazy? That, not I don't think catching a massive tuna. No, no and it took her over four hours to reel it in saying shout out. Electrolux. What is it? Wait this a thirteen year old? Not In this lady's easily middle-age. Yeah, there listen Google and it came up thirteen year old and I was like. Oh, my Gosh! That's a cool stuff. We found on the Internet. Own! Let's Talk Aaron. Watson you may know Erin from out of style. Here's this would never go. He's got a new song right now. Whisper my name here's that swayed you whisper. y'All hand. He's on right now. Aaron you there. Bobby Hey Mansa Hey I was addict Caraba, as the other night and Kayla ordering are. What squid called Amy Calamar. Calamar and they brought to the table, and over the top as my Calamar. I hear never goon now to stab. US I was thinking about you. That's all Calamari and Aaron Watson Well Hey. I gotTa tell you so I was on the line listening to y'all talk about shirtless Selfie. I have a confession I was I was I was via lot guard for my kids. The other day I got a new caveat. I've posted a dad shirtless Selfie, and now I'm I think I'm going to delete soon as I. Get off the phone with you, you know it's it exists. It's the Internet. You don't pull anything off the Internet it. Even if you do, it stays up there, so you might as well leave it, but you're also not an dating APP with it. That's the difference okay okay. Okay I'm feeling very insecure. Shirtless Selfie okay. I'm alright Aaron Watson with us, but this I'm looking at the shirtless selfie. Did you put on Instagram? You Look Jack like one in the world. Are you doing well? Push ups, pull up. We've got a little gym here at the House and we go out. We work out and we do squats bench, press and curls and pull ups, and we've. We've been doing that in the mornings, which is fun, Aaron. Watson is put out a new song less than a year after dropping twenty new ones on us. We talked about this last year. He's a songwriting machine. Got The song call whisper my name era. Tell me about this song. Whisper my name. Song about that song that brings back. That takes you back. Back in time you know it's. It's like I. isn't it funny how melody can bring back a memory and it's a song about that in and the the the verses are just kind of it was where I was at in my career. Get started man. We would play an Amarillo at the Golden. Light Cafe for thirty or forty people. We'd play in Fort Worth. Worth at the white elephant saloon for nobody, but then we'd go down to college station. Texas we played the Texas Hall of fame, and it would sell out two thousand people I. Don't know Bobby. I. Just wanted to have in all this craziness that we're all going through I wanted a really lighthearted fun song for the country. Music Fan so it's been fun. Aaron Watson here on the Bobby Brown show, and we're GONNA play the song now. This is whisper my name. Aaron good talk to you. Hopefully, Bro, thank you for this. Thank you so much. It's a good song or he wouldn't do that right everybody. That's right. That's right all right? I talk to you soon, thank your. Diet. Call the all corn diet now for five days we nothing but korn, whatever kind of corn like corn cob as long as it's corn. Diets where you feel great. You lose weight, but you have to do all corn. Clarity supposedly better. Okay. We, you think about the all corn Diet I mean I'm not into it. I prefer variety of nutrients. Those still like seems Kinda dumb, but I like corn. Don't get me wrong I. Eat corn. What's the weirdest die? You've ever did looking back through all the years of fad diets. I'm so glad I'm not a dieter anymore, but yes I have done them all The weirdest one was like when I did Richardson's. Did. You buy the cards. Yeah he came with this whole program I. Don't even know, and there's like colors I. Don't know I didn't last very long, very. Dumb but that was I was super young, which is crazy to think I was dieting such a young age because I think I was probably like seventeen or eighteen when I did that one. silly. Videos Richard Simmons dance videos. Yeah videos, but yeah, the whole meal plan thing. That was the diet part. We're GONNA ever do a crazy diet because you fat diet. I mean my lifestyle. Vegetarian kind of is one but I a little bit before. Everybody started to do that, but I. Did p ninety x the workout and the Diet thing. That was pretty good last very long. I have pretty ripped up ninety every nine ordered all the equipment. I think I gave you some. Amy Order everything and makes us I guess how. I did it for like a week. Okay now. That one. WHO's like seventy, but he's ripped. It would do the workouts with you. You're the guy. Billy blanks tai-bo in College Oh. Yeah, and I would go. In the. In the dorm, but there was a main room and go do it in the main. People would join me and. The Guy, doing it by myself as a Weirdo doing Taiwo. Name Tony Horton. Yes, yeah, he's awesome and he's about to be sixty years old so I think that's a little low high with his age, but anyway check out the all corn diet, but billy blanks was awesome. Richard Simmons kind of go through. WHO's the greatest workout person remember Jake Body by Jake. Oh. Yeah was ripped up with all the muscles or that was a good one My mom used to Jane Fonda videos all the time, so those always pop into my head because I would do them at home with her, probably just like trying to hang with her. Not Really I'M GONNA. Go for me Tony Horne with P. Ninety X that he was a I was I got what inspire me a little bit. I'm going Tony Horton Yours. I guess one that I really was into was legit tai-bo billy blanks. Organ you. Well when it was like a fat, I don't even know that there was a specific trainer, but Zimba and you. I did the Zimba- dance classes. The King Book to think there was I just don't know if they're I remember her name remember. Bob Harper I think he's doing all of. Weight loss. What's this show called? I used to be the biggest loser I don't think he's on there anymore. I think he has it now on USA does. His show now I haven't watched I mean since it left. I don't know who is there and Jillian michaels was other girl yeah. All right all right. Bobby bones show earlier in the show. Eddie came on revealed. He has corona virus. He's on with us now. Like listening to the show instead of being in the room. There, I mean I wish I wish. I was there like a lot of opinions I want to jump in might say. I gotta say something about that can't do that, but it's cool. You guys are funny. Man I love it. On the phone for four hours. Five hours. Time and whenever I want so back in here the podcast. Morgan is at one of the things you're going to say. Yeah, was an we did. The duets draft to so check out the PODCAST. The revelation of Eddie having corona virus, and he kind of talks about what he thinks happened. What didn't happen all? That's up there. What are you? GonNa do today? What are you doing? What's your plan? Ooh, let me, check. I gotta eat lunch when they eat dinner. Play some video games. There's been a book sitting right next to me this whole time, but I haven't read it. Am I think. That was. You. Read and you have nothing to do. Let's see. Let's see how the video games go on their plane. Welfare reading book. You only plan to K or are you playing? Call of duty to. Know Man I played college duty, and in the gunfire just gave me a headache and I was like I was too much right now I'm GonNa go to basketball. You think it was the gunfire or the corona that gave you the headache because it's. Probably a little bit of both. All right man. I'll I'll catch up with you later today. We're GONNA play de headsets on Duh. GonNa play today. visit bear poop in the woods. All Right Eddie. We'll talk to you soon. All right. All right there. He is Eddie who was diagnosed Cova, nineteen and his all mostly is better. I think he was all the way better than his chest started. Act Up again. He said earlier. Like he's. Having trouble breathing. Smell. We were about one like a basketball player that was months later before he got a smell back. Okay all right we're done back in. Like twenty hours or something sounds about right nineteen hours. Ninety five our show nineteen hours. We'll see in one thousand nine hours by everybody. Bonds Show.

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Side Stories: Leverage

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Side Stories: Leverage

"They escape to cast on the left side. Stories cannibalism started doors it. You know what <hes> I fucking love our listeners so much yeah because negative because usually when you say somebody like that then you say something mean right after absolutely not honestly honestly since fetching about my baby whole problems first of all I wanna say thank you for the concern that I or many many people and it's true because kissel because it's the one true problem you you don't have you don't have butthole problems. I I have no idea I went to the doctor yesterday and he was amazed as a matter of fact that I don't have problems but it literally the people that reach out are they are akin to a brother and sisterhood. It's people just being like I got hi chew. I get it the main I wanNA say the conclusion. The conclusion of their studies that they send to me is that for long term plane rides especially over ten hours people a lot of times uses they use padded bike shorts under under their cloaks. So you want to go on a plane looking like you know just slamming cliff bars. I would not like on the plane because everyone is just GonNa no. That's a fellow sensitive butthole boy. I gotta get the a little clip on shoes that go onto the bikes and you'll be like sorry guys got on my bike gear with me. I'm just going onto. I'm going to the meat is there. A Meek Comington is I think the toward pants is down the street. It's a sports sniper. Well honestly you need to. You need that extra patty and do that Polish be. I'd what's up. Everyone welcome decide stories. I am Ben Kissel. We've got Henry Zabriskie there as well and beautiful Los Angeles. Los Angeles is fine yeah. You know it's hot as hell here. Do you WanNa talk about the weather. Have we immediately started. This show an old man uncle corner. It's high yes it is hot because it's the summer and that's the way things work yeah. It's called fucking July this New York City. I know it becomes I understand I understand. I won't say puffins. Los Angeles just became a little bit safer now that Jeffrey Epstein is finally Zapped Man. Wow we really got him this time. Yeah there's no way he's going to get part into under somehow have a massive defense team. Come swing everything around or the president that is heavily implicated in all of his multinational crimes is gonNA immediately. Pardon him. There's no fucking way I if you do research I guess you know like Jeffrey. Epstein gene has been a boogeyman or the conspiracy theory world for so long. He is a financier. Whatever the fuck that means I know you works for a Hedge Fund and his own company using your bear stearns he broke away due to? He says he wanted to run his own business but there is a lot of there's a lot of rumors about why he left in terms goes all the way from insider trading to raping secretary and then he formed his own company. He loves the company of Very Very Young Very Young of course this is this story it's so vast we're going to focus more on the conspiracy angle for the purposes of this show. There's also a huge political story multiple political stories the political fallouts going to huge so I'll talk about on that on Abe Lincoln's top at but Yemen this is going to get in this already is absolutely discussed. It is disgusting and it's massive and it's the it's view into what the real aluminum body is. This which is these groups of vaguely Epstein wanted to be anonymous he loves being private as possible road calling them elusive and mysterious all this fucking bullshit I read Hannity Fair article about him called the talented Mr Epstein they did with it. It's very interesting about but she talks about how he skirted all of these child prostitution charges in Mid-2000s in Florida because a man named I believe it was this is Erica causes. No it's Alex Aleksic Kosta. I think Eric cost an internet room within the fortunate Alex Kosta who is now of course our secretary of Labor. He was the man in charge over there in Florida and he gave Epstein the sweetheart deal thirteen months in prison or in jail rather and it wasn't even thirteen months in jail because he got six days of work release every week. It's almost like he so interconnected to so many different slush funds and so many different politicians there's that if you were to arrest him for his crimes he could release a hell scape onto everybody because it's gone. It's everybody it's connected. It's the Clintons fucking get him. It's trump fucking. Get Him. It's all of the people attached to its refines ray fights now I what is ray fines thing you did you remember the Black Book that had Jeffrey Epstein Opens Up at some point. He's GonNa make do you remember Heidi Fleiss. Yes that was like the Hollywood Madam and that story in the ninety s the innocent innocent one thousand nine hundred ninety s where like Charlie office. That's what he goes. Oh my goodness and that Hugh it's you had sex with a sex workers second. Oh you mean to tell me Hugh grant of notting hill made logs to a sex worker that wasn't in his why oh my God that was a story in the nineties fast forward two thousand nineteen. It is going going to get so nasty. That black book is full of names like refines Raif finds. I don't even know how to say his name. But how the hell does he know Jeffrey Epstein. He's in a little back book with a circle over around its name all of these weird codes that he has written thing. It's super for suspicious kind of like what led us to pizza gate all these weird kind of conspiratorial what they believed to be like. It's this is the problem right is that this is how the quote unquote spook world's work for a long time is that you put bits of misinformation deep inside of real information so anything that comes out about it. You are then labelled a crank or something ridiculous like Pete was kind of folded into the center of this story to discredit the entire fucking the entire belief system and the idea that is a series of child prostitute rings that are used a secret keeping techniques used world over and it's been going on since almost the beginning of authority that these absolute blackmail systems in order to keep people in check at all times and in Evanston is a working dog in that machine yes absolutely and of course we're pizza gate. Obviously that is not a thing that is true but when it comes to what Henry was talking about with having leverage over someone if you watch the movie battlefield Earth John Travolta matches laments leverage about a thousand times feels like you're an alien with dreads superior firepower. You need leverage. Gosh it's all about it's all about leverage but that's what they do in scientology as well where they're like sit down. Tell me the worst part about yourself in no way. Are we going to use this against you. I Keep Secrets Tom Cruise Gay I only. uh-huh also back to what you were talking about with the circles and the names in the book it reminds me of Jimmy Saville as well right or savile because didn't he have a whole like code if they discussed it but if they had anal sex or A._M.. It's called Lincoln to stamp and then if it was fucking just sucking his penis it was called raising the bridge. It's like all things discussed. No we are what we're almost in threat of though is because of the constant news cycle this shit's is going to disappear like what happened when the paradise papers revealed to another gigantic view into what the quote unquote illuminate he is or just these gigantic billionaires tied into the Hedge Fund world tied into the Finance World tied into the corporate entity world that are running joining our entire fucking reality right now <hes> yeah I mean APPs absolutely there's going to be a lot to unpack and we'll follow the story as it goes on because I'm sure I mean I know Alan Dershowitz which is so weird. He's like really disgusting and Kenneth Starr Star like those were his two lawyers before so Kenneth Starr of course the star report the fifty shades of grey for political nerds. They came out in the nineteen nineties. Yes there's just it's it's going to get. It's going to get really really nasty. It's going to get your nose as the names but I mean I would assume like ray fines for example first of all how many people because you're out there in holly would highly weird. We like to call it a little off center a little weird. But how many people do you think in Hollywood right our currently on the toilet crapping their self themselves one in fifteen. I'm going to say if you are if you live anywhere with between Brentwood Beverly Hills. I'm going to say some parts Santa Monica you are really really nervous right now because you've at least been at a party where there was a girls' dresses the lollipop guild and they told you they were little people and you're like Oh little people but but I know they're capital L. Capital P. Little people I well you know the elite parties that you know what we've never been invited to except for what the Heidi Klum Halloween part and that was the only one and everybody with the full breasted woman a full man. I watch children there because I've always thought about this. If you showed up the always the all say the same shit about Epstein and all these parties being like we showed up and trump had a a fourteen year old Chechnyan blind girl on his knee narrow serving hors d'oeuvres while they were dressed as a little dub like they're all addresses Hershey's kisses well. Everyone had trays of little sandwiches and it's like honestly I can't imagine walking into a party that is after nine pm where everybody else's suits and there are children the room that our staff I went to visit you leave that would it would be I would go like full mayor from streets of rage would just start spinning around with my arms extended and she's like no and just try to take out as many people as possible but of course then the headline would be podcast or Ben Kissel. Oh hammered at a party escorted out like tranquilized by an elephant gun and then it'll be like I think Ben's really losing it and then I have to know I was trying to stop a pedophile ring from actively happening you outside of car with a fucking bag over your head getting fucking slammed into the side of our I guess I just don't get it because I think kids are gummer's at parties well. It's not where they belong anyway they should be. They should be playing their video games. So yes Jeffrey upstate. It is going to be a nauseating and <hes> so Eddie. We'll continue. I would lie yeah and we'll see what happens. Obviously this is just it's so hard because there's a conspiracy theory me right now. This is just we are just. I think I'm going to say this is the Wacky as time period. You can remember right. I mean we weren't around in six so if you like the sixties and seventies were pretty wacky and then anything behind the fucking die down a little bit I'm not sure well it feels like the wacky -ness of the sixties and seventies and today but it seems like the wacky. Let's get off the grid. Let's go to the middle of nowhere and now the whacking is like facial recognition. Deaconess is like everyone's connected. I kind of like the idea of you know the get off the grid concepts sixty seemed to sort of you know we're we're debate. I feel like to do it. Now is truly a life choice. I know people go off the grid and it takes a lot of fucking crap. I knew yeah you can of course you can. I actually thought I want to turn the room into my house to a black box like you can do that where you can make it so no signals get in and out it costs money like and you have to get proper equipment. It's a whole thing and then it's very difficult. We're ensconced in the world. You and I are unfortunately for everyone else. Public figures now so that means is that we kind of you sacrifice a little bit of privacy because because we are out there all the time so they can fucking ZAPPA's anywhere we go. We went to Australia like you saw how actively the T._v.'s were being used. Were in the United States. It's a little bit more covert where there which actually kind of appreciate that it's more open opened they fucking they take your picture your face you're walking through because every airport has the little fucking mouse maze that you walk out failure where they takes fucking seven pictures of you on various angles so they can pick you out in a crowd yeah they can. They can see your face as is your farting and you'd be like as you can see it begins here. It is nice the heat cigars come on I I we are currently in a dystopia but to for my thing is if we're in a DYSTOPIA WHO WE GONNA be right my goal roll honestly in the end perfect dystopia and character perfect dystopia enroll for the person who really only likes the laugh Michael Cain and children of men. If you can go into the back area of being a weed dealer the semi future with Cool Stereo Equipment Japan you got it made well. Let's talk about Stereo equipment what plays on stereos music and we're also going to. I love these. This is just so good at this and also we mentioned facial recognition so who's on the front lines against facial recognition turns out insane clown. Posse juggle lows baby. This is awesome apparently juggle oh makeup. It's worn by all the fats. Obviously you've seen it. It makes facial recognition cameras cameras completely useless because all they see is a good time party people certain types of facial recognition technology what it does there certain types that just measure the the with the width between your is like basically you're my structure in your jaw line and what it seems a jug low makeup does is a lot of it especially with the mouth accentuation is with its function incredible. I love it with the computers assignment of your jaw line so it bumps it up. It makes your face look really tiny so they can't recognize you but people like the what the what the face lock this bullshit on the iphone it uses your perception so it can still work you can have juggle makeup on and it would still recognize nicer face on an iphone yes but yeah that's right. Apples apples face I._D.. They gotTA figure it out but juggle makeup is is also one way to draw attention to yourself because the F._B._i.. has also classified the Jug. Glows as quote a loosely organized hybrid gang wars what that means what's loosely organized hybrid gang that is not a gang that is the juggle those alone what do they do. I think legitimately intimately set up the jug lows terrorist group so then they can say like any fan of anything like it. Pop wise is a terrorist group. I think it's we'll say vaguely racist as being no we got one group of white people here but but then we could use all the rest of them. We give them one by one could be. I'm just so happy the honestly if you are undercover when we were in Australia we had a great opportunity. Simon was our tour manager loved him and one of his buddies was up warmer undercover cop. He has telling these stories were incredible but can you imagine being f._B._I.. Undercover you're at a jug low festival. You have to start bud chugging fag because they were you on the stage and shut budge on. You're like Oh och it just cowardice surfers. Honestly I feel like you join the fucking family. You being like this is too sweet. This is to fuck and sweet of a deal. I get to be afforded us. What is it the the big fat guy that big big big big fat guy by the in the in insane clown posse? He's not in insane clown posse. He has a house in Florida. That's like I want to say dot com is that Kim dotcom razor hanging gut it could be Kim Dot com or is there no jail but there was one guy who'd a big overhang in God and he had skinny legs skinny arms skinny head and he had all these like sex works and strippers with them everywhere and they're always like jumping. They're rubbing their bucks on his gut. I don't don't know what I'm talking about fantasy. Honestly it could be Kim Dot Com. I think that is Kim Dot com look it up. I think so yeah checked out that is not Kim Dot Com. It's fat guy. This is where you have to Google gl. I this at home. Ok Guy Strippers I._C._p.. Google that at home so the man I just discovered the man is a his name is big L._A.. And he is he he did a thing called the Internet he had an Orlando based East Full Service Party organization headed up the nephew celebrity actor Legendary Madman Gary Busey. Oh Yeah I guess it was the nephew of Gary Busey. A guy named Mike Bucci <hes>. This is my him. This is Mike Busey. Okay very cool good for him good for him. I I suppose so as as long as everyone is welcome and say I need to look and protected well now immediately looking up to see the big L. A. Crimes are there grimes. He's done now I did. I don't know what this guy's. This guy's deal is all right <hes> nonetheless yes so get out. They're jugglers. You're on the frontlines of the war against facial recognition although again it's all it's all in there but talking about that. Are you WanNa talk about the let me say another reason why we're in the middle of we're in the middle of the fucking sci-fi story right now. Is this whole story about the U._S.. Navy being listed as an aside any on these several radical aviation technologies according to the drive dot com patented by an aerospace engineer working at the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Craft Division knock had headquarters in Pawtuxet River Maryland new patterns describes a hybrid aerospace underwater craft claim to be capable of truly extraordinary feats of speed and maneuverability in air water in outer space this alike thanks to a revolutionary electromagnetic propulsion system which they are basically working on to catch up with the Chinese that are developing something just like this so this sounds like an alien spacecraft. This sounds like a U._F._O.. Or something yes it sounds like they are back engineering a U._F._O.. In the maybe China's already be working on the same thing which is which is now heavily in the news because Bob Lazar came out on on Rogan and he did a huge interview mix with his documentary. Hey Bob Lazar U._F._O.'s and saucers on Netflix it also came out directed by Jeremy Korbel and it is very interesting. His story is interesting. He seems as if if you know anything about Bob Lazar you know for affected he worked at a place. It's called s four which was next to area fifty one and one of his jobs was to back engineer one of several U._F._O.'s or captain a hanger there and his job is figure out how their gravitational engines worked and which is just a sphere on a box they essentially had like two and would work if you just put the late on it it would emit these fucking gravity rays which were initially discovered in two thousand sixteen which she's been talking about since the fucking eighties and and apparently it works as is this giant Pewter U._F._O.. This huge molded piece of thing that you the only way things work as they have to all sit inside they have to sit in specific places and so Bob Lazar has very ornate story that was covered by George knapp very very extensively he is both been torn apart by the press and exonerated everything. He's he's lived a life of torture. Every whistleblower does and this story is about whether or not you believe Bob. Lazar actually does believe in these details or is he obviously does but is it true or is he completely schizophrenic. Yeah it's interesting. I watched a little doc on him and he's really he seemed very hesitant to talk about it. Which I thought was made him seem a little bit more trustworthy? I do definitely believe if he believes what he's saying for sure and speaking of area fifty one apparently facebook is really organizing a lot of people but not to go ruin elections. It's organizing around a hundred and twenty thousand alien hunters. They're planning to storm <unk> area fifty one to discover the truth. One do try to do this about last year. I think and got shot so I think this could really end up. I don't know what they're gonNA find. I you know my concept is. I think the energy is misdirected directed. I think there are other places we could storm and like intake and then I think would really be helpful by wouldn't be fucking surprise if they don't put out because you know Canada they revealed although sound weapons Oh yeah the they used against protesters and and I would not be surprised if it does 'cause. I don't know like 'cause I'd like to see it happen but the I'd like to see what happens when they do it but I imagine they will be repelled in some way shape or form and I'm not going to be. I'm not demeaning anyone which of course means him about this demean some people yes but when you when I think about alien enthusiasts alien hunters. I don't think about athleticism. I don't think like starting off at the foot. It's not it's not what was that movie with Tom with. Tom Cruise crews were they had to go plant the flag and it was like we're getting our stake land. Fly Away wagons somewhat fly away fly away home. Yeah is it like it is because they're all going to start and then they're going to be like go and then they're all going to run and it's going to be a bunch of fiery. Home is the fire way. Home is the Anna Packwood vehicle with the big east US trying to save. We don't know the one word hat. I know not the Last Samurai in that yes I use. I know you know that Ariza's gay I went to this is fucking senators and it's the first thing they sent me. That's the first thing that sentiment far and away. This is great. That is the name of anyway so it's just going to be a bunch of like alien enthusiasts scampering as fast as they can to get to area fifty one and don't be surprised one falls down on the front next thing you know it's go Michael Jackson concert. He's getting stamped stopped to death and now we have a casualty on our hands. I'll tell you what man I mean. I do the elliptical I got my cardio tight. I get in there if we could set up. I really do feel like actually actually what you're saying is while insulting it actually is illuminating to what the real problem is is that we actually do need to have some sort of training program for people go into. We need some kind of like like bowflex system some kind of like we need somebody getting in their teaching. These guys how to sprint how you obstacle courses billy blanks we need some billy blanks action in this because they're really going to need to know how to duck and cover a lot because for me the way to really do this maneuvers you gotta run. Serpentine fashion run in Gore's like were away from alligator. Yes that's just like a lightning bolt not like a drunk man just desperately trying to find his car or somewhere. It shouldn't be driving it if I can find it you you shouldn't drive it. I'm knows what they're going to find. It is fun though I am if it does work out I will say Kudos for just it'll. It'll be you blast for these guys all get together gales. Of course I to be honest. It's wasted energy because this is the Kinda Shit should've happened in the eighties because now everything's been moved out of area fifty one because now that air fifty one is become public. There's no fucking way it's actually house all the secrets that will move soon other fucking place like secret aircraft but it's not the secret aircraft. We Wanna find but what if they're they're what if they're over thinking that thought like no you see see here you think this is saline and the princess bride. Yes no it is. I don't think it is forty chest. I think they know it'd be. I mean honestly I don't Oh my God speaking speaking of which and I'm GonNa Mention this travis will be on top with with me this week but evidently forty chests just triggered when because everyone's like oh donald trump plays forty cheshire some of his supporters on India's we're not GONNA get hyper political here but some of his perf- supporters after seeing the pictures of him with Jeffrey Epstein or like he was working undercover home. I always work crack. The case and I'm like what is going on here. An area fifty one. It's more likely that they have an active alien working as a janitor up was undercover. I imagine there several years working at area fifty one without paying jobs but honestly there is this is all we are again back to wacky times. It's it's just how much news I can. We take in one cycle like the U._F._O.. Disclosure that is happening right now. It seems to be purposefully directed seem thing with the exposure of Epstein. It's all of this shit that it's all kind of coming coming to the surface but if they're letting this shit come to the surface what is submerging. What's the stuff? That's what a wire wire these because the news companies are attached to the advertising companies. All this shit all depends on each other they depend on the stock doc market and have been all the on all this shit holding. Why are they giving up certain things right because that for me just means they're making other ship? Private will also at some point you just aid yourself out of the power that you once held your old like the <hes> the cover of <hes> news or not Newsweek whatever the Clintons don't have any more power. They're gone. They're gone. It's like done so yeah when all your all your powerful buddies are no longer in power. I mean obviously not mentioned in trump <hes> <hes> because he's still there but yeah we have this fun story that I received from several listeners. I think it's really fun. Virginia Dad Fires Thirty nine shots at naked devil quote unquote who broke into family's home on first night living there those Gordon Walks News Chelsea what it says Virginia data on Thursday fired thirty nine warning shots thirty nine warning shots and rolled with a naked woman who called herself the devil level after she allegedly broke into the family's home on their first night living there the violent confrontation happened in Chesterfield County on the evening of the fourth of July so this happened on the fourth of July a female suspect who was naked and with Blue O'hare at a pony tail broken families home and refused to leave telling David Staffer titties this is fun. Oh data the family then fired thirty nine warning shots because because he was undeterred you can see the pictures of these so-called warning shots. I think he was just a bad shot. 'cause I never heard of thirty nine warning shots before he pulled a yosemite. Sam Brawl broke out between the woman and the family including the twelve year old son. They're all fighting this woman to get her out of this entire time yeah. They just moved in there just like honey we finally did our family. Home is finally with David Hare saw. Now's the time to finally Russell a warranted naked woman. Don't get paid. Honestly the twelve year old did end up like ending the fight because he hit her with a wrench Internet. He wrapped a wrench. This twelve year old point grabbed a rich and hitter the neck and then she went down and this is all happening Chris just trying you to sleep one night alone. It's the fourth of July their guard down and they were. They said trying to pin her down. She had the strength of four grown men. The father later told the station but the data and the intruder were hospitalized and go fund me account is set up to repair the damage to the family's new home. Honestly I feel like he was almost. I feel like it was like Demo Day like we did need to actually knock out in like all these they had to get rid of the cabinetry they added knocked on the wall to give the open floor plan so he's just an excuse and despite the fact one person was hitting the neck with a wrench <hes> and fired at thirty nine times. No one was injured. No one was hurt seriously here but they did non-life threatening injuries anyway <hes> so I guess technically it's a happy it's a happy ending and now that you mentioned demolition Sunday Demo Day with guns fixer upper needs to come back up needs to get on a massive whatever those wash that second demo destruction structure to delve into the I love this the delve into the Fox News comments underneath it logic before reason says fired warning shots proceeded to get beat up by naked. Good woman saved by his twelve year old son. My wife would divorce me if that was the best offensive then a needs range time in a hurry and then n w Malamah says never fire warning shots. The person is in Your House House you aim center mass put bulletin the target until the Fox News comments section. It's a lot of tough guy that's health. That's top either how to Elvis what they are. I'm aware with that goal themselves when they scream screaming after five P._B._R.'s. I know all right well. That is an interesting tale. Let's talk about another interesting Dale here and I believe it's time for four hero of the week all right. Let's do here recordings member stations listening to them. Eh Now we're going to go to my home state of Wisconsin and the hero of the week it is the Sheboygan Wisconsin law enforcement community because they finally caught the serial toilet logger and he was sentenced to one hundred fifty days in jail and three years of probation thirty five man. I really go through this story because it's interesting and I feel I don't feel bad for the man. The man just was governed by forces that we don't understand the dude Patrick de Beeman and he was charged with misdemeanors of criminal damage to property. Seven of those charges were dismissed as conditions of his probation beaming. We'll have to serve one hundred fifty days. Pay More than fifty five hundred restitution and again be not allowed allowed to have any alcohol or controlled substance and complete one hundred hours of community service which you know what I gotta say isn't that what he wanted because he's just going to have to go to all the public parks and go to all the bathrooms and he's going to be this public. Service is going to be very difficult for him. I think he might re-offend. I think it's possible because he says that he was led to so his what he did was he went into women's bathrooms and he lodged plastic bottles into the holes into the where the where the dookie goes the dookie tunnels he would lodge the dookie you fucking fill them up so that women would go to Poop or pee in them and into Poop and pee would overflow under their feet or would go up into their go into their shoes or would touch their bud. It's horrible horrible or I mean it is horrible. It's very specific but was leary's are was that he didn't understand his own impulses. He was like I don't know what drives me to do weird things and but I but I did them or not post. There's there's a lot of other things I coulda done. I mean honestly though right like common all the mayonnaise but I didn't do that. No that is oh. Did you do that no no but you're saying no like yes. No Ah Lotte impulses. Oh that's I do understand that the key is needs help. He needs a little bit out here but it also shows you really need to follow your temps around because they didn't really because he was from ten. He's a temp at all these office right so they were noticing. These toilets will get plugged up each you gotta be Real Sherlock Holmes to figure this. Oh absolutely you had to put together the pattern to see that he was doing this in multiple locations and yeah. I guess he's not going to get picked up for that temp service for at least another six weeks. Oh I think you'll have to get out of jail anyway. I yeah you said you just would go through the garbage he would find bottles and so I think you also enjoyed scavenger aspect of it like he was playing borderlands in real life now. It's like Marcus records. We're marketing ops just like that but you can't plug a toilet with the record. I don't know what he doesn't home. He listens to the records. I know he listened to the records but I I don't know what he's done what he's done with them. You listen to them again. After you put them back honestly his home if im- Caroliina having a fucking arrangement where he shoves up and eats stuffs the toilets so the the Duke Would Carolina's but then I'm certain the thing they must have discussed before the agree to get married to each other. I don't think that he does and yes if they did have that. I would hope that would be a really a long discussion to agree what would have to agree that that would be okay. We got a lot of reach out to about my questions about the community in actual forms of people to send and to each other like contracts over what is appropriate and kink play and I found it very interesting like you basically the thorough discussion that's to go into it especially when it's supposed to be the like rape fantasy or these things that are supposed to be like anti your will fantasies which you're very adding you gotta be very careful will. Did you want to read any emails before we wrap up I do but this was about what a great story good for as your police put. It should go there please. They put Decl Uis together they did they got it all figured it out. So you're the hero of the week because you know oftentimes we make fun of law enforcement on this show when they make mistakes but when they do something right we gotta say congratulations good job the city city assay for the toilets or cleaner and dare. I say they'll be less duke on the floor. It is a good thing but I do think I agree with you think he's GonNa fucking offend again. He's going to do something but hopefully it's something like rubbing a bunch of bananas but but holy in public like it's like one of those where it's not directly like violent or antisocial. It's just weird enough for the cost to pay attention to you. Yeah yeah absolutely all right so okay week's episode we talked Ah told a story about a man who took a bit of a p p over a bridge and ended up on a series of people causing a bunch of injuries and Henry. We both said it must be a man because there's no way a woman could do it but as we try to all the time we grow Oh Henry we grow. I I always grow my love handles. My my love handles are turning into love wings turning into a giant fucking pterodactyl of a more I so I do information came to light and we we have learned a lot okay so we got a message from a lovely woman named vex voltage that she says this which I thought was very interesting. Hey I'm an adult actress and I actually film home a lot of Solo piss porn. I love balancing myself upside down and seeing what sort of stream I can get after filming a lot and doing different things with it. I found out at least for me that wherever the Aretha is aimed is where the P. will go knowing that I can use abdominal push this force determine how far and how much of an arc I can get my favorite is balancing myself upside down all my shoulders and pissing into the air. I call the collage. Oh Oh I hope this question. I really liked it. I I mean honestly it really does it does thank you thank you have another P.. Story that relates to fucking tourism but I wanted to tell me I'm just GonNa say told me before I I'm not gonNA hand out Gold Stars. This isn't a gold star but this story is frigging and disgusted. That's all I'm GONNA say so be warned. You're gonNA feel gross after hearing the story that must be told evidently I guess on this comes from C.. Quick story the time I peed in the glory hole unfortunately. Only name rock formation and I believe is what Cheetah National Forest which is oh you a a name I only included to hear Ben and Henry fight about how to pronounce it. <hes> thank you. It's I don't what do you want. I have no it's what Cheetah a couple friends and I hiked the glory hole since we were determined to see it after laughing like sixth graders at the trail map we've got the top of the glory hole which is basically just a giant hole through and Limestone Rock Shelf. I started peeing and of Carshalton up here. You're cool up glory hole. One of my friends had hiked onto below the rock shelf and then came sprinting back he started silently shushing me and carrying on so I stopped yelling but due to my careful hydration strategy well hiking. I found myself unable to stop the flow. There was a family down below admiring the lukewarm trickle and the daughter had her put her hand in it while my friend look discuss gosh that's worse than the P on the boats for started this entire bizarre series of events of stories say we got under storm under the Rock Shelf with the family for an hour. Okay good well. At least they got a thunderstorm to wash everything off task. Fuck it worse things have happened. Honestly they have yeah Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein. I mean honestly those people that will grow would have been paid at least actually. I don't think so I think no I think it was very he had a lot of money and he didn't spend that much on all that it was anyway one hundred percent disgusting but there it is his side stories. Thank you all so much for listening and don't forget we got some tickets available still for San Diego gone out and Oakland. We have a little bit. We have a couple tickets for Oakland to please get on that Shit. I want us to give it a little bit of thank. Thank you to some people that have sent me some beautiful things Carly Jerome. Thank you so much for the live laugh love embroidery loitering. We have so much that I do love it. I don't know if can we be sued for this shit for triple L. F.. I love no it's not. I don't think it's catchphrase yeah. No one said anything to him. I haven't got enough funding. 'cause I imagine who'd own it. Somebody like Oprah Yeah. No live laugh love man that's universal. That's like the Happy Birthday Song I want to say. Thank you the maxwell broken birthday on for a long time well. It's not anymore but it's not anymore but it was so somebody O'Neill f love is going to be okay. No it's own it. No we don't need to own it. I don't want to own it. I believe that every idea you should be free okay. I don't want to own it all right. Okay so this comes for Max. He sent me a wonderful pop up cardboard of the only baseball player that exists Bobby Baena <music> but he did send it from when he played with the pirates which is not as fun and that's fine but thank you so much for that Max is very very nice and I just WanNa think is for the evil ashtray that you sent ahead of your letter which was just a scary ashtray with the fucking looking back Matt in the fucking Anton Avai symbol in the center of it just in a box that was sent to me several weeks ago which I loved but we didn't know who it came from so want to say thank you for Isaiah for sending it to me absolutely thank you all so much for listening. Did you notice she didn't Australia is one thing I wanted to talk about that. I think that I won true cultural thing that I wish we'd get from Australia. You check out those fucking trucks. Yeah the trucks yeah the fucking four by fours in Australia fucking dope thanks. I thought you were going to say how amazing they are. When it comes to women construction workers that is infrastructure that was the only cultural difference I actually noticed was the construction workers will they said it's a it's a hit job? There construction's like a hipster dropped there where here it's like. Oh it's anybody who takes it but I honestly it's a great job. It's a great job because it gives you it pays good money and it's like you're physically active and we need smart good fucking willing people to do those jobs because fucking Los Angeles building just fall apart. I'm watching these people. Oh my God be careful out there by the way this I'm watching all the <hes> you know I- consuming consume information this earthquake stuff is a nightmare. Oh yeah man we walk. We we went through our first real. That was the first real earthquake I've ever fucking experience. We were watching midsomer so we're in kidding. I seriously I'd eaten like forty milligrams a fucking edibles it had just kicked in. I just gave it but it just was just starting to rock it just as they arrived at the Colt. The whole fucking theater starts going so. I realize you actually got you. You felt the shakes dude. It went for like fucking twenty seconds and it was like it was like a long one. We're we're sitting. You're thinking like Oh. Someone's kicking my chair. All the old theatres moving moved a bunch of Shit around my house but apparently because it was seven point one in L._A.. That was the fucking earthquake that fucking crazy damaged in Mexico. That's the same size is that's how much has changed. Is that like if this was the eighties it would've ripped up the city right it scared fuck Outta me that Shit's. Maybe get a velcro patch on your bed sleep and like Oh velcro suits you think astronaut like an astronaut or not <hes> but out in that area be careful. Get your kits. Have your kids ready. I think our boy eddie from a brighter side. I think he's got a kit common. It's just GonNa be full of toilet paper and holes there. It's just a just a bottle of fucking Jack Daniels and he he just he just waits until his belly vibrating and that's when he knows the earthquakes in honestly that's how you do it because in an earthquake when you're half drunk offer Jack Daniels you're sober because the whole thing is going crazy man. I got this figure it out. You'd that'd be great earthquake. Honestly you because you could hold the structure. You have to be like Oh door you grab the sides of the building. Oh my this building my right. Well you know Hollywood. Just this is a reminder minded Hollywood. Tall people also have good voices usually and for some reason in Hollywood. They all sound like they can barely breathe. Oh the Lakota Togo told going Oh my goodness I the jet so guys is especially out here in the land of shaky knees. That's called Los Angeles shake for the boys girls. You gotTa love everyday like it's your last because you never know when that chas them's GonNa fuck an open up and swallow your entire family and everything you've ever known. It's GonNa Happen any day. Now you gotta live live. That's it. It's live with with a bunch of musical notes underneath that and a bunch of is racial and you gotta laugh because again you never know you just never fucking now when the whole world is going to fucking betray you when literally the ground beneath us going to portray you know all you can do is eat another forty milligrams edibles if I can have a couple of purposes which I had directly after the earthquake just two J. Four absolutely not it prepare it. Definitely it's scarred Wendy not a survivor no it's. She's a dog fucking puvis survivor puffing yeah. He's low to the ground two well so he's dirty. He's a bully ball eastern. You're you're raising them right. I hope so <hes> all right everyone thank you so much for listening. 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Athena Protection Podcast  Episode 17

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Athena Protection Podcast Episode 17

"You're listening to the PODCAST DETROIT visit. Www dot I'd tested troy dot com for information. All right good afternoon fellas. How's it going get myself in the house? Today Dan the House with me Resident guests always entertaining. We missed you last week. Mr Marlowe man. I was sick understand talking about being sick. I'm sure of Roan. Shut up corona virus. No it was just Coronas Marsh. The twenty first. I'm sure but I'll sand so we got plenty to talk about today. Fellas okay yes you so. It's just a mess out here and so I can just start off by saying I think is really important right. Now that we try to remain calm there are so many reports I may not look on social media and updates and literally every probably five or ten minutes new update on something and brothers right here locally in our great state of Michigan or Nationally. But before we get into all of that. Because I'm sure you guys output hand sanitizer the storm coming on today in the studio look like we don't have some well debate over before we go into that Just WanNa talk briefly about how we need to really take this time to focus on the people closest to US absolutely Our loved ones start off real corny today. But just making sure people know you love them. some we should be doing all the time but we know we don't start. Let's just be real heroes yet. Another opportunity short short time. Twenty twenty what. Everything is happening as to say stuff as much as fuck twenty twenty. Let's just go back. Twenty might see. Look what you by the hand sanitizer myself and you had a sick man. My son got the flu from his in past the cold on the we we find all right. Okay but but as I was saying you know just Really reflect on this time to check on your loved ones and people close to. You probably don't necessarily have to get together personally. Reach out to people. We have social media facetime stream on a facebook as I'm sure many of you are watching us today. What UP DOE But just keep in touch with your loved ones and I'm sure we'll get into a bunch of it so less you guys got some you want add to that Let's get it cracking. What are we talking about today? Guys eight-man Tom. What everybody talking about. Unfortunately the goddamn virus ain't nothing else to talk about really I would guess you know the true. I mean that seems to be everybody's focused. I'm like I had to trip our. I'm getting in the car you know. I got to the satellite radio. Vadim What they do. Oh now they got a channel directly just exclusively for the virus. I said do this is done. Got Out of hand. You're listening to it though. No our our refuse See Look see what this is look. It's enough it. I'm like you hear about it. You know you turn your phone on or you know I got smart news on my phone every five seconds you know getting some Cronin Corona for us you know is is there you know popped up on the. Tv is on Youtube. You know. WanNa turn on my Youtube Channel Corona virus you know Donald Trump standing there looking stupid talking something like God now well. He said A late last night or earlier today. You know this is. This is some shit this Obama's for the corona virus the virus is so but the lack of preparedness as a state or. I'm sorry as a country that we're in you know I'm not big political guy but I'm like man I don't care. How much can you say Obama did? Well so you've been in there for almost four years with somebody else vote. Well I can't get with that well like I said we're out that then he keeps Calling it the Chinese virus somebody look man okay. Do we own people so much. Got Down Money. I'm like why he trying to Piss them off. I'm like yeah. That's what people fighting over toilet tissue you. You know what I had to go to the liquor store just to go back a couple of arosa toilet paper Rolls Eighties Z. Because as a single man you know two three dollars a month to about mayor June. Yeah you know so now I mean I had some stuff see. I'm I've always been paid. You know I just had to get some because Ex Wife didn't handle toilet paper. My daughter's like we don't have and I said how the Hell Y'all run out of toilet paper at the house. They women now. My two sons live there too so the trust me to women equivalents of five men. Were for tissue purview. So Donald Study. It's true then. Lexi loved you ladies. We went to target to get some wipes there was. Yeah there was a limit on how many of them we could buy. You know so not a clorox stuff but just a stuff to clean stuff off what they had that. There was little ads so we had to split up to orders on that you know my daughter had to get some then. I had to pay for some. You know I said good cattle mighty this. This is crazy. This is good in the in the sense that good thing now. Would it be more opportunities for people to get the supplies? So what were the first person Brought that to my business. That's the other thing I'm like. They ran out of everything I'm like. I have never been to the supermarket and saw what I saw yesterday. I went to Kroger up here. On Was Ten in Hoover or eleven hoover man. The meat rack was empty. You know I went into the denims. They are ammunition The guns was gone. They used to have. I guess there were certain I mean you could just pick up and by and then there was some stuff you had to go. Ask One of the associates to go on lochnagar. She'll show you that in a two to three But there they had like a lock part where you had to give him associate. That was open and they're going to get what you want. I see God damn. This is just crazy isn't it was lady ahead of me. Bought a gun and spent two thousand dollars on ammunition I said. Did I see what the fuck is going on? We talked about this few weeks ago. And now it's coming to light. I guess on the good thing I can say about What you I initially started talking about his look like Stores our guest rationing out what you can get so yeah everybody you might have a better opportunity to get a little bit. You know just going to have to you know right onto get shut down which I think we will. I'm sure you guys will talk about that. But just take advantage of what is available. Get something better to nudge. You know you got people like I said driving on my way here. You know the you know what are they. What do they call it now? Social distances them like they stay in your house. I watched like about four couples out there out here walking dogs. Like ain't shit. You know I just say good. Data mining and then Oughta restaurants now are only but you dampers are up to park. I don't know what did I send you so I'm like some. I need to call up because yeah spot twin peaks. They Houghton something this evening. Okay so I'm looking like they own Perez any money don't brand name we know how but I'm like damn I'm like so IAGO. Just say here with two fifty band maybe letting a hundred and two hundred and forty nine people in well see. I don't know I don't know if I sent you that article but a they're making the police up in Lansing enforce that ban and I'm Gonna. I don't know if that's because what was this weekend year last weekend rather or they were shown out of college keys over the years I guess once they council school yeah and they end up at the bars like the you know so I'm looking airborne there so I'm like knotty making a police Enforce to fifty band then I'm like A. What would the governor Activated what is deal the National Guard also? Now my son caught up in that mess so at least she's doing that. I mean everybody's love say there's just my opinion. Don't don't hold these thoughts against us as a group but I don't think the governor shut down the state just yet because we need to be ready for that. When that happens we went one st on woes. It may be Thursday which at four stays now. Now we're at snow five states so be faster than we can keep up. I know New York New York California to hardest hit right now right Connecticut and I WanNa say Illinois is the fourth as a right now and the fifth soon to be it. Sounds like maybe going to be Ohio? So misled the warden. I still think I'm trying to figure out. What kind of setup is this because I'm late? What Michigan first when we first start talking about. When did they start? Talking about this. Michigan was last week ago. A couple of weeks has been a couple of weeks. Okay now all these cases popped up here. I'm like you know everybody's I guess the first couple of cases of the one chick was it in mccown Oakland County wonder I was Oakland County. She had some travel and then one guy he had no traveling but caught Var. I'm looking like what the fuck will again. I think the reason that the numbers are spike in the way they are not because so many people are just catching it. Because of the amount of testing is being done and not getting results back. By the time we pulled our pass up. It was too late. The horse was as we like to say out of the burn. You know when the test is started we probably had you know was probably six hundred people. I think they got six hundred. People get tested now environment out. You know every hospital you go to. The lines are pretty long and people get tested so again. You know. We're kind of late to this game the test and out in the precautions because people not just catching it. They're fast and shame on the media for making the same that way which is called the drama right but I think that You know we we're about two maybe three weeks behind on what we should be reacted to now so what I think people can do. A lot of people stuck at home. declutter your house. Man Take advantage of it. Why they're going to be day. You might always outside my house right now so much shit. I WANNA throw away. Yeah so Declutter straightened ratings. Throw some things out Get Your House in order. So I think that's one of the things that People should take advantage of you know while you know. We are kind of stuck in a house and cuisine and things like that granted this week in this kind of cold blast assign out that. What was it yesterday or the day before. It was almost sixty now. I looked at Thermostat and my car is what thirty six. We're supposed to snow tomorrow. But it'll be fifty on Monday so it's all good but with that being said I'll and it's spring though A saying it was Michigan. We anticipate lease one mortgage snowstorm Now that's just a Michigan thing. We may or may not get it but whether climbing next week like Dan you were saying great point no star decluttering your house. If you in touch there shouldn't allows you know three hundred sixty five days away. No everything don't mean. That must tell you wrote that. Shit Away Man. Get Your House in order. Great opportunity to clean. I'll start a cleaning. Some Wendell stopped day. You get into the spring cleaning. Do like are Mama's used to do back in the day. We're going to treat every morning like Saturday morning right. Once we get stuck in house no crank MUSICA. Open those blinds up and get the cleaning house cleaning house cleaning on my guns and Sharpton Sativa Take. You some sativa. You'll be clean like you can't shoot a gun in have a sort can have more readily available. Okay what do you think about over there? Dan In this Redick's source and I know why you got him. But let's let's talk about the police situation officers. I mean you probably lost a shift. Maybe a shift so officers corona virus or exposed to it I don't land. They said what is hundred fifty. Seven so that does equivocate. Shit heard two days ago. They reported eighty officers. Were BEING QUARANTINED. But like everything else tested but see results in two hundred. Now see a lot of that. Was that wasn't the department mandating. It was just people just taking it upon themselves. Just not to come to work. You know you know like if it my only beef with me. I don't have problem with that They they've been show to staff. You Know Hill since before I retired. I ain't nothing new. This kind of reminds me of back when I came on like They had that tornado to hit the ten th precinct and they had to denote due to activation. And what was that back in? Two Thousand Two thousand two. Been Ninety when you come on. That was a ninety seven thousand tornado. Din The blackout was in what Year Mad? I will yeah I do too. You know this is Kinda on those levels but I think is getting a little worse and I really don't think the department can handle it. Just just you know you got like I said half the department his less than five years so you got a bunch of youngsters out there. They don't know what the fuck they doing. You know. That's why I was Kinda upset with chief earlier this week. You know. Wouldn't it on the news that he's telling his office to be LAX ON MISDEMEANOR REF? I'm like well the fuck. You could just sent out a tate within a department. That was not nothing that the public needed to know about. Like you already got a department at. Don't know what the hell they're now. You'RE GONNA sit. Apparently you know. Let criminals concern is. I'm like fuck. Are you always talking all this stuff about being transparent but like I said number one? You stop putting everything on a fucking news air. We all know you. Mr Hollywood from California. Don't okay everybody know what the Fuck you look like. You don't have to get on newsradio detail every God Damn Thang. Some things need to be kept in the house. I agree with that. I can't even argue with on that one. I know when I first heard about it. Obviously nervous a little bit of panic you know and that's why I'm like that. Just do keep some stuff to yourself. I'm like like I said I'm not the only people that don't even live in Detroit with if you're listening if people know and they complain you to you on the TV too much so maybe need to sit down somewhere sometime down so I know Craig is probably out there listening. Hopefully you've got that message from Mr Murli here. Stop talking so damn much listening. He Ain't to me would know but he's into now but no follow is out there but he but he knows because when I was still with the department I ran into him. He's like Oh that's to offer the customer out at the Union meeting so he knows who I am. You know you'll face okay. Well I'm glad you proud. Yes I am proud. Look I'm GonNa say this and I'm GonNa shut the fuck up. I'm like look if you stand for nothing you'll fall for anything so I'm always going to be the one out there fighting and saying you know when she was from. Shit is fucked up. I appreciate you know appreciate but I don't. I don't care if he on TV. I just think he needed to keep his mouth shut about policy. Like if you ain't going to do something you don't need I agree with you. That need the tail the world. Would he not going to do saying don't they? Just don't make sense to me where you know we'll put what you. GonNa do would you? Maybe he's been transparent like that. You guys know better not do because in this Dan age. Anything that you try to keep under your hat and try to keep a close to the vest when it finally does come out which we know it will. I think a lot of politicians right now are concerned about the backlash and I know that as a chief of police is considered to be a political type of position point. Lash against him that I think Do know that they try to get out in front everything. So they don't get caught with their pants down. Well you know what I agree with both out of need to know that it was at the time down there. A hundred offices might not be available. Army Leah. You know check to see if I was locked and loaded and already short. You know what I'm saying. I don't know if they do mandatory for cars. Or what they they. They try they try. They try you know but the you know like like splaying once before is a job and okay. There's a union and there's a contract and when management tries value. So I'm like okay I get. There's an emergency and I tell you this ain't got their movies. You know you know. These people know these people had live outside of that job and you know the public. I understand that I'm like a I wouldn't wanNA be working. My Love wasn't homesick. You worried about all this bullshit. Use your sick time. Funky is your the US I'm which well I think that I have all the PA- lethal fuck it. I need them and protect to serve right. This is a great opportunity to take everybody else. You never see protecting the serve on the side of any Detroit police will. I will try to get him the benefit of the doubt and this is most definitely a time and people will get to see and I don't consider myself to be a prophet but I will say over the next couple of weeks there's GonNa be a great growing Appreciation for what Our civil servants have to do in the community. Because it I just feel like. We'RE GONNA go to a statewide lockdown stasis doing it and there's GonNa be a really true test you know if we go two weeks with people being locked down and not being able to you know just decided Detroit the home at a hustler when we can't get out there and do we do the way we do it. Things are GONNA get stressful on. We'll see this is where I like to play conspiracy theories that was advocating. I'm like now you just see it. You know lack now for two weeks okay. to say it ain't going be who's to say it won't be longer 'cause like. I said you know I've got Benham after two weeks is when the desperation. I most definitely did as well like I said. I got some connects with the CDC in some of it. Some other folks here a soldier you saw all your stock to. I only know stocks when I'm just saying you know what no what I'm saying. Is You know everybody thinks this is supposed to be just a couple of weeks. Maybe healthy talking about this. Go onto the end of the year or maybe in the twenty twenty one. You're talking about being at home all year. You see what data indeed like. I said. You can't afford no whatever you think of it. That's why why don't you shut off the what they stopped your actions Like I said to them we're supposed to do about the money you tell us a thousand dollar cheque ain't going to cover the rent houses. I saw somebody here that you might have sent me. That did you send me. I don't know if you don't know man I'd be saying let's say you got ten houses. They could've fiction often. Need like people know they can get addicted. They're not gonNA pay rent or no. They're not when I was talking to a friend of mine. You know have a Job. And she brought up a valid point. She's like a witnesses over here she like yet can't evict does not but I'm like don't people don't want their money when this is over and I said I I know that but I'm like I know they don't expect you to pay it all back in one lump sum. I said I said well. The gunman going to fix something about that. And you can't put people in that. Kinda hold and expect them to win the already shit you already like. I said a Texan are work at off all week already because somebody tested positive for the fucking virus shutdown the whole goddamn plant. You know what you're GonNa do you like this. Where does files and dollars every family coming from? See this is the shit I'm talking about. They just making up fucking Prenton passing it out your young best coming from any money he was gonNA expect to see from our government. We continue to sell drugs and build the Shit on the side is a country right. They got to borrow it from some call. The money they won't cinemas check hopefully a tax free check. Which would make sense the taxes. It's supposed to be tax related. I'm like how you say you get thousand dollars Dan. You know I'm looking at seven hundred forty right you know so. I don't know man I probably won't get the check me neither I. I'm not even about it. I'll be to be And again you know so many rumors out there but I'm hearing is a couple of things. I'm hearing that too in order to get the check. You have to beat in this. You know filed your taxes not for nineteen you know obviously because I know Dave extended that deadline to July last July eighteen seventy so you need some some tax history of Hala taxes right not matter if you own or Nessim bullshit to. I'm looking at the everybody. Kim fucking mind I think. Would I gotTA figure out who? And how to know 'cause type of things but that's GonNa Laugh at home. I know we. You know they're trying to get a check out early as two weeks from now they want you to fill out that Interesting did you get that in the mail. Oh absolutely sure everybody you a check. If you feel like they they talk about is mandated. Did you do it. I'm not feeling that shit out in Philly. They got the ambitious. How many people in my house? Whether I'm black main don't think they already know you'll stay over there where you still probably do. What the fuck you fill out this paper and Aslan what you already know that's why we gotta get talk to in here. We'll see how I was. I was being lazy today. I feel like getting up and going give cow so student. Loan payments is cut. The interest is cut okay. You know you ain't got to pay. That interest will accrue. Let that happen why. You're not paying your student loan. He hit you in some bullshit to Mike so the answer is not being frozen as a right except for people talking about any interest. Going forward not previous. Oh No for no way the deal GonNa Roll you just you know. Have to pay it right now. Okay S. zero percent. We're going all over the place they see but I want to bring about student loans through. They had a program for people like me and Dan. You know ten years of the military law for most of forgive your shit all day for gay man. Okay well thank you government now. They didn't forgive man because I didn't use whatever. Come on. No no no no. It was only certain student loan companies and I didn't unfortunately none of my loan with any of the companies to the government was saying okay. We don't forgive your shit. I said that sounds like bullshit exactly. Maybe you should make a phone not that was me. It was me are boy. Chuck a O'Leary yeah. We all had Long companies that the government wouldn't using so is now we ain't weaning exclude. Yeah we are got over ten years being police. I said I'm a fucking veteran. To what the you put that on application. Yes they only nine. Put the fork. Maybe saying that I'm saying you put your work history and then yeah okay all right so amen. I don't know man should be mad. 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You know we all sitting here looking stupid after that you know so last you heard so student loans are being frozen right now but will they took them neuro percent right now and then you know the interests that you it'll steal okay. So either one guys heard about Speaking of financials and things of that nature I know the the housing economy is going through a lot. Just like every other business from what I understand is they're trying to you know. Get your major mortgage companies to take and give you these sales next ninety days and Pinette to the back end of your loan to give you opportunity. Have you guys heard anything about that? And what's your thoughts on it? I didn't hear about it but I didn't well. I didn't either. I just a little bit but I don't know if that interest deal role while they wait in ninety days out you know what I'm saying I mean with the reason like you said with the student loans right most definitely interested probably acute but it was still gap pretending to not have to worry about making the pavement again. You know folks out there. Listen to is not saying. Don't pay your bills but I will say just as we've said today you know John Barlow say it might be another nine months before we see the end of this. We noted it will have long-term effects on the economy. As a whole you know moving forward. Yeah well the great opportunity for you to do some research and try to get some information but at a mental mom you need to be reaching out to you know your mortgage company and anybody you gladly pay well clearly. They don't care because I got an email you know the attorney had when I'm doing my family thing that they still taking out money. Here's a receipt. Thank you for your payment. Might that as an attorney before you start. Just reach out to you. Know some of your Bill collectors and try to make arrangements. Can't hurt so you let me see Sanitizer hurt for you to reach out and see what type of things they're offering right I think over and beyond stressing out about just getting sick and being able to check your home and being able to keep food in your house you know those bills. We all know especially in our community and I get paid some point stress. Out about it got another email from a federal Fedex They toppled affective immediately. We won't require you to physically signed for your deliveries in the. Us is just another way. We're focused on safety above are now in always. That's a good guy to mighty packages you. They just GonNa lead Pakistan Bula Fuck. You already doing that. They just know how to ring that bell and get back to the truck. Get up to see then while I was looking My financial advisor sent me some stuff. 'cause like I know everybody was we talk about the you. Know your stocks and whatnot Well not well coordinated look at them. If you don't have an they they saying you know don't be scared don't sell everything now I'm looking like fuck you do if you sell it nine. You don't waste your time selling tonight. You just GonNa take a loss that don't really make sense here. Marla just mentioned that the grocery store was still empty if your freezer full then you've got all the paper at home. Don't be fucking asshole. Combine everything Way As certain times and we we keep talking about this. Everybody don't have money to just run out and stuff so they have to wait on checks to come. Or they payments withdraw. So don't be a fucking asshole buying everything up. Well I was going to be asking freeze and put it in my garage but you know. Don't be one of them. People you just put in. The Freezer meeting voted to me. Section of everything. Don't be a fucking might consider the people I ain't gonNA buy everything I ain't fucking what's his name shift. Ramsey ain't it ain't like I'm be shit man? Look just give me a COUPLA steaks. Some hot dogs some hamburger. She knows it is a great time for you to learn how to be a vegetarian. You Go to this fools house. He would be having. Oughta God damn. It was his address. Let's put them kidding. I got a little bit got an. I ain't got so much where I'm just Hornet or I. I don't have a freezer full of stuff in my garage. I don't have that kind of stuff. I got what I need. Now my my refrigerator's fool you know. How am I had to go stackable so milk again but other than that you know? I'm good people out of control. Men just get what you need and go to fuck home like the meat. The meat our was empty. When I went to Kroger's they don't know why. Well now they got the baby food on one side and then they got the paper towel toilet papers on the others. It was all gone all of it. I'm looking like God. Damn but then you know. They got these Sticky notes whatever up there for when they do have stuff to rose per person. You know to pat. I'm looking like God damn ridiculous. Why why people are off. You don't have any fucking goals for your life. You probably should sit down and rice on a point so break down for so what I'm saying is if you don't especially for those of you that are close to retirement If you don't know what that number is where you can maintain your current lifestyle in retirement. You need to figure that out figure out what it is that you need to do to make sure that when you retire you can maintain your lifestyle or know that. If you can't then you gotTa Daryl size and you might have to move. You might have to give up some things so while you're at home and you have a little bit of time on your hands. Look at take a take a good look at yourself and your life and what you have and where you wanna be and try to forecast the things that you need so that you can work on those things while you're at home while you gotTa let time on your hands so of you need the measure. There's so media wrestles right what I would say. Get the fuck off of social media and read a Gat Damn House. Go say some research on so that you can get if you need to start investing to help yourself in the near future or if you need to learn how to do some pick up a book learn how to do it or research is right there on. These Martin divides US use your time. Wisely don't don't use it. All on facebook fighting with people arguing about politics or plan. Grand Theft Auto. Don't waste all your time doing those things a man. I like grand theft auto. I am going to get my million off grand theft auto tonight. Trust me saying is if you don't have a plan in place get one. It's great point. So what do you think about all this price? Gouging people doing they need to be They may be prosecuted to the fullest or not handle. Now I talked to an attorney but I know you guys saw this on the news Some earlier this week about an action impact in regards to sell them weapons and only ammo to people buying weapons. Yeah that's the biggest load of Shit. I'm like why I gotTA gotTa buy a gun. The buy them fucking. Do you normally guns. I got my house. I don't need I don't need nothing from y'all I just need some fucking ammunition this you got to buy a gun to you got to buy it. Yeah that's crazy you know what's the I'm not gonNA mention on it but like I said the only place in this this is why shabbes off. He's an ex police officer. And now he's a he's a retired. Lieutenant Commander from shares department. And I'm looking like do you. Don't Discount Law Enforcement. Yoshi is super expensive. I'm like God damn you and I'm like well see. I just use the rains but you know I it most our listeners. Silly you know how much you can go somewhere else and get stuff today. Settle somewhere else cheap. But like I said my thing is at least a couple of other places in Westland and when they gave law enforcement air retired law enforcement ambulance. They give you a discount. He don't I do shop there. Oh I don't I just missed the only reason I go to the practice right around the corner from the House but other than that now man but but I'm like shit on the news. I'm like that should tell you something right there. You know I hate to say this about another cop. That's wrong. I might do you trying to make some extra money. I might look man. I'M GONNA say anything about another Co. I'm saying something I hate to but I'm just saying that's wrong. You gotta stick to just talk about the individuals a cop because again. I don't give anybody any radio play on mount broadcast if they ain't paying me why can't what personnels that ex sheriff well. Yeah that's what I say his name but you know he'll attitude don't go they're doing folks right shit you know you know. That's all I got to say on that. Okay Yeah I don't know I don't buy any guns from there. I never bought any guns from there now break. But if you've got access the base you can get a good deal for those veterans out. There listening you go on base and get yourself a gun and you'll get a discount. I really I mean not yes. Owners Day ceremony where you work did not notice. Cheaper did not know that. Yes Sir God damn okay. Well I'm had to bring my research out there. I thought it was to get cheap liquor then you you can never have enough okay. Isaac Hayes do sports me gone. Do you know what I wanted to say about that. What was at first what was the NCAA? They were going to do the Games. They just wouldn't go let nobody A ten I was. I was hoping we well. I'm glad he did what he did. But I was like see. That just tells me right. The you know what I'm colleges don't give a fuck about them. They don't end up at new. I'm just saying I'm like if don't nobody's I'm like you should go ahead. Let them get some endorsements while they doing what they're doing and Deshaun. Y'All need to put a stop to all of this and I'm like at. What point is this country going to say enough is enough? You need to start doing right by them or just start doing right period. I'm like I'm like somebody getting paid. They just WANNA see together right. I'm like then that's my thing with everything I'm like. Nobody you know everybody's everybody is selfish. It's all about me me me me me me me. I'm like we got a focus on being united as a country we live in. I I know that and I see this country idiot and I might you look at this situation. We see how see what is getting us right now. See What is getting you know we got to together and I don't know what the fuck is going to take. You know maybe this maybe this is my maybe this is it. I don't know but I'm like you know we got to come together. You know fuck you know what color fuck whether you like dudes and chick or whatever your political stage. Yeah if don't like trump so what you know but Demands in the White House. Will you got support his ass initiate so? Just make the motherfucker duties polls to their. I'm with you man. I just put my two K on let it play itself. Watch THE GAME. Fantasy football the four. Because I'm pretty sure that's still going on right now as well. So we know fantasy football football even even fake shit got shut off to got to be surreal stuff to pretend fake the work fantasy football is basically you taken on being general manager and building your team based off of the act players? That are planning a points based on how they do. I didn't know that I didn't know that. Mow Fantastic Jewish on about that. Okay Well No. Because I'm not a gambler so I like Dan Recording because casinos today Yup Yup. I didn't even know we had twenty one casino. Oh No Oakland County. Shut down all of a playground in the malls today at three o'clock so I'm so yeah. So what are they GONNA do about? These door dashes out. They're going to still be able to get that money would well. You probably wanted to Mosey hours. Look back to things right now. Working as hard for people who aren't already signed up to sign up because you got to think about it we went from. I mean just art man alone like a couple thousand People Ryan Detroit Day. Talk about all of the other places dining restaurants to can't be open not our one of our local pizza joints is now gone exclusively well today oil for the we the weekend they do free Free delivering since ain't paying us or we you know. I won't mention any names but somebody They do an exclusive delivery For the weekend. Am I going to give me one and the I got food? Do I WANNA pee today? You Might WanNa piece it at their for now. Actually I wanted to go to our joint but how well on You know I might have to call them and see Westwood because I'm still not. I'm still a little concerned about that. Google popped up on my phone. Essentially today You should be you should be might be Might be a little late Might be a little. Sc trying to a friend of yours a little money to take care some for me but you know for some babysitting Shell. Yeah so this happened. So what am I net in having the nest if that's the fuck to pay off right now single man. This is tough. This only been a few days feel like months just thinking about moving forward and the situation you know you really get to know yourself. Leisurely their In these types of situations The with that I'll also say guys angles. Be careful out there. Because and needs a type of droughts you tend to get desperate and you send those. Hey how you been doing during virus Texas that you know you don't need to say not me man you know. I'm trying to preach to you now before he did bad. I know those urges our way of I like to say your sense of reality but don't do it then. Don't don't go back to doing shit. You know you shouldn't be doing because you lonely right mind. I'm not I'm not talking to you. Ladies because my fellas you you live a little bit of sauce. Annual Stereotyping Texan. You'll need to be typing Texas. So this is the time to understand yourself you know what control your workout regimen? If you already have one drunk my ex wife but I ain't even ask for no astronaut Mike that we would just having a conversation start. No no no no no no no no no no. That's not happening that ain't had pussy and over over two decades so I'm going to you know it's about do yes. It's been marinating. Fay now today ex now now. I don't see what she was fucking since. Mesa. I'm good so so you say that the week's start creeping okay. Let's see. I have other candidates. I'll take care that no you babysitter. Big Audience I WANNA get so as I was saying opportunity for you to start a workout routine. There's tons of things you can do at home to Jim. You know you can look for youtube videos to help you know what I watched on Youtube. Latin now is a young watched it did Marjorie football. I'm a huge fan. Oh God yes man. Yeah clip or two when I never said because they are trying to play football for trying to play football trying to play football for real any gananoque. God Damn close okay. I'M GONNA have to check. Yeah you're GONNA get it. Yeah yeah that's that's that's some good shit I just wish some titties pop out at one. I just that you know you gotta look at it. Another channel for that the football league but yea probably got all sports BRAS. Some right not no when I say when you think they really mean. Yes they showed. They got on protective equipment but Yeah the the the shorts tackler. Yeah you know this short just short songs. You know ashes hanging out in They wear in Bikini T- Well Not Bikini with sport. Brought to okay shit like that so the more well endowed women yet recommendation for what people should be doing. Well I'm recommended effort amine and or maybe the ladies ladies. Yeah you need to be watched. Some lingerie football okay. I gray workout tips again. If you need some more keep going well you know. Just like grand asset on the boondocks. You know my workout watching them billy blanks demos for free. That's my work right there. You the need for mentoring and billy blanks league. Meet a little more regulation stimulation packages. How again we talked about a kind of recapping in going over some things that we did talk about feel might be important to some young man you know. Get Your House. Clay talked about that Clutter decluttering Looking at your finances and you know right down the game plan on what you think you may or may not need to retire Just you know this is a great opportunity to think about downsizing if you need to especially with the economy going to be in what we consider to be a tailspin for. Who knows how long you know some people saying two weeks. I don't think two weeks is going to be a true Tell anything that's going on. We also talked about You know reaching out to loved ones keeping in touch with friends and Family People. You may not have talked to forever now. You've got this extra time. Keep in touch with those people you know used these social APPs of possibly to do some actual facetime where people or Please about nature. Gash vehicles up to some guests so cheap right now as well years no reason why you should have an empty tank. Everybody should be re topped off. Most of you know. Get some gas because the prices are I haven't paid under two dollars so many times in a row for Gas Dallas. Sixty nine Yes again due to where we like to shop with the savings A dollar and fifty six for some gas That's pretty good earlier this week so unfortunately I shouldn't say unfortunately I guess I should be happy but I'm still happy to work full time right now based off where I'm working I'm not comfortable with it. And you know. Visit people in their homes I'm in a big Retail box. I don't feel as being cleaned at the rate data needs to be cleaned for me to be safe. And would that be say you know? Companies you know reacted virus either with greed or naive to thin going on What's guys think about upcoming lawsuits based off it is always call? It's gone calm and you know they had to give some money and in a job situation you know. I don't know what was going on. You know my daughter went from working five days a week to two days. You know so She's supposed to pay her bills off too much. She lived with her Mama. So I'm just saying but yeah you know I'm looking at that you know Son is in the security industry so you know until the National Guard actually makes him do some I don't know how that works fulltime. You know he still. He still working but looking like demo week. We'll leave the aspiring musician alone. So yeah man. I mean there's people while you're working. I'm still working. You know in this again. I'm not because They didn't shut the plant down. So for those of you that are you paying you or no. You're out listen. We talk about off but yet but not like I continue to say you know I get paid. Get A paycheck not to go to work. So you know money coming in but you know having so won't you take care of US automatic That's another great point. You know why you got people at home brother you getting paid or not getting paid Try Not to do so much eating of your supplies class supplies of food right because you're at home board. You know. That's why I talked about working out in those things. I know I've got a teenager home. Schools Out Mile going into the second week starting this upcoming weekend come out doing all of the ripping and running. I was doing because goes in but I even a benefit because amount of food aid. You brought up a good point with that because some schools they done you know the year is over date not even looking like what they're gonNA do. They graduate right. What are they gonNA do with all these high school seniors thinking supposed to Graduate in June was. Let's go on on January. Play now those questions that ought to be interesting. I'll feel horrible. Forty is With with my signing in there the sports they were they were actually in the finals And game was council. You know the day before or maybe even the morning of the game. That was supposed to go wrong. So for seniors. Sports athletes and high school and even an Collegiate level you know. It's kind of a wrap for those people when I feel horrible form but just thinking back to the schooling at ought to be interested in you know these things that Like you say we haven't thought about. I agree with you Maryland. There's no way this is just something that's going to be a two week thing in his over so just take their advice. We talked about today at a minimum in anything that come up with. Did you think it would be beneficial because as long as we can? We'll continue to broadcast right right right and give you you know. Hopefully today you heard some out of our gibberish. Yes deuce do some research because I think the point I think the last pandemic that affected the entire world was like what the UH the Spanish flu and I was like what The early Maybe it was the early twentieth century. Like right but nineteen eighteen. Nineteen twenty year so I might look that up and look and see what the world was Dune. Then maybe like. I said it is antiquated but I'm like look and see what they were doing back then and some of that stuff is Relevant now because like I said you know if you don't fuck in LA- history you're doomed to repeat it so the Luton you know look and see what was going on in the world back then when they were doing that so that to win in the autumn Latin. What FUCK OFF SUNGLASS? Well we doing some heavy drink some shit before we came in here. We all agreed. We'll be saying I wear sunglasses. Every show got him on a day. But that's just my models now. This is just a superstar over here. As as the host I get to choose row will be represented. I wear sunglasses because as always bright in my future of while you know nominees because these are prescription. I can't glasses so you believe me. Which is I believe Dudayev. I've lost a pet. You leave. Yeah I've lost a pair of glasses. So yeah you know. Clutter at four now at forty eight. I'm still like a Goddamn key. The Lost appear glasses. You know so all right. That's my fault of thousand dollars floating around here somewhere. D Clutter not aimed at home and you just lost a ministry. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Man we get to the end of the podcast. Anything goes you guys get weighing heavy on your mind. We got a couple of minutes here before we sign off. I just want everybody to be be prepare. You don't have to you know hoard in you know beaten Selfish and not think about you your fellow man but you everybody be prepared for those of us you know. Well I just WANNA work out and I. I don't WanNa be depressed. I'm like okay when you get in for. It's not about being depressed is about being informed and being able to protect your family like I said you know. This is a fucked up time. We in any news comes out. Read it because like you got to protect your family. Because at the end of the day at the end of the day you'll be looking stupid when it's like. Oh Shit you know you can't rely on the government to Protection she let to take some things on here on a hill. I'm into the more. I'm like Shit. We got some property up north. I gotTA trailer Shit. I might pack my little one up and go be a bad. I go go run up up up their standard trailer. Then any last thoughts Declutter get your life in order. Absolutely if you if you don't know what your future is GonNa look like Don't leave it up to chance. Put put your future in your own. Hands is what I always say. So if you don't have any goals any plans make some and I have had a fantastic time with the extra time on my hands arguing with people on facebook. It has been beautiful social. Media's the devil fuck that ain't the devil these dumb ass people out here. A exposes the high level of Moroz. Yeah it gives more rounds of GODDAMN SOAPBOX. It has been a great time. People PULSED IN SATIRE. 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Feminasty in Greece with Erin Gibson

Dumb, Gay Politics

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Feminasty in Greece with Erin Gibson

"It's all shit. It's all just I'm gay politics. America's got in kinda wack, but we're not going to let it go down like that. Because we've got a dumb game podcast Adum gay political podcast. We probably don't have all the facts. But we got opinions and we'll probably backtrack. That's dumb gay podcast Adum. Good political podcast. It's all it's all shit. Social, it's all shit. I mean die. I don't know. I I am extremely. Of this shit is the. This shit is Trump t- argue MP. Any any s what I don't know. I don't even know. Everybody. Welcome to politics. I'm julie. And this is the podcast where we talk about politics. We're talking about reality TV. Yep. We're still on. We are. So we went from Rome to Capri to create to Megan Zante. And now we have on the wing today. We went to Malta right, which now now have two more stops Sandrine. E I which I coined I realized last night had the death bubbles were the death bubbles the things you right up the hill with. Oh, that's right. Well, we don't even care about our two more stops. Do. I don't even know what they are now. So I think one Sardenia and Sicily. Oh, where we've been have we been Disley wasn't that the one play out of the four corners. So we'll see maybe we'll get off a lot. Maybe and get off jobs sardines. I'm not sure, but we could you never know we might need sardines US. Yeah. Well, isn't art are Denia? Well, I mean, there's a super beautiful beaches there. So I think we're going to try, but do you like large sardines like if they were like? Unroll? The can I like sardines in the can from the versus from them gals know why I got I mean, how will you eat them. Well, you can eat them with. You eat them with hot sauce. You can eat them with peanut butter them on crackers. You sardines are really really really good for you like Sobat. So what would you do with peanut butter like put it in San you go, you know, fucking. Oh, you can't put it with Brad. You put it on a cracker. You can put a peanut butter and hot sauce. You can put it with mustard peanut butter. There's different combinations that sound gross. But when you have it, it's not so fishy. There's something with the peanut butter in like a hot sauce like a Saracho or more vinegary hot sauce that Scud, and it's like sardines are like really really good for you. Well, I had no idea. I knew you like sardines, but I don't know that you ate them with peanut butter, and whatever I let not sure how I feel about sardines. Well. We are unenthusiastic travelers at best. And now I think at the end of cruises were like Blake downright hostile about leaving the boat. We're like mad that we have to go have fun, right? Like, how dare you have a stop? Yeah. I don't wanna get off. We get off the boat. Don't make me get another boat to go to the thing because I've already just been on. But we but we've gotten used to doing it anyway. Yes, you have to like it's a job. Will you do have to because if you don't then you stay on the boat the whole time, and then you realize you never got off the bus, and you're like, I just went on a cruise to XYZ, and I never actually saw XYZ never even at all not one of them. So we're trying to be better about seeing x y and z. Yeah. And I have to say, I think this cruise has might be the most productive of all of them, which is ironic since we've been in our feelings we. Yeah. This is like our crew. So now, we know and multiples fucking cool. Yeah. Was cool multiple school. It's like a five thousand year old city, which is exciting, and we went to and of course, you're like this is older than Israel, while if something like Israel like that old because I mean, a place that's of years old is, you know. Plus, this place is all one color that we think might use to be white. I mean, it's fake. It's definitely island. It's an archipelago kind of like off the coast of Italy in Greece. Yup. It's not Greece or Italy. No, it's its own country. Maltese? However, we did learn that the people of Malta. Our descendants or or come from mainly Sicily. Okay. So they're so they're very very Italian. Okay. However, they are also their own country. I don't think they would say the recently Greek to me because I always thought I thought Malta was part of Greece. Always. Yeah. I mean, I definitely look out the window and see more of Greece than Italy because Greece remote would remind me more of the Middle East. So that seventy more Middle Eastern than it is a talion. But this is why you travel because I thought it's droves Greece Malta God Buckeye off trial. But that's true. And I never one second ever thought in my mind. You never wanna go Malta. You didn't neither definitely Denver when we were in Greece before last two summers ago. I was kinda bummed. We didn't that there wasn't a Malta. Stop to other people go to Malta, I thought it was Greece. So and I was like mall. We didn't go to Malta, but I would definitely wanna come back here. Yeah. Yes. This is I think this is a destination. We will get married here. It's like a thing. Okay. But okay, we went to a restaurant though, a good whole restaurant. I mean on the water that okay? We want to give a shout out to Jade are patriotic member named Jade hell, the girds immersive about the patriotic ma'am, you, so as you know, patriot is a place that you can go for extra dumb, gay politics banter and discussions and talking where we don't actually talk about politics. We talk about everything else. But politics, we talk shit. We talk about life, which is about trips we talk about, but we don't talk about the patriots. That's the one thing. We don't talk about. Thank God on this podcast. We want you to know about the patriots because the patriarch is the reason that this podcast exists because the patriot year pay that's why it's called pay tree. That's right. So patriot. And it's a cheap. It's she, and it's only it really if you wanted the the least you can spend as a. Dollar an episode, and it's the best dollar you'll never ever spent and it's an hour long. So one of our patriots. Friends Jade, yes, she send us a message on patriot. And said that she would give us her New York Times her digital to New York Times has four. Yes. Because as we know you can only read four articles. Yeah. Meek or something on the Washington Post and times all of which is all bullshit because there's a million free websites. You can go to end up reading everything for this podcast ends up. All my FOX. Yeah. Vox, salon Asli Politika NPR doing now the roots. I mean CNN, but we moved fucking the post, but we don't have it. But Jade offered us New York Times. So we're here she offered like a month ago or something. She's like, oh Gerke if you guys need, I'll give you my password don't make fun of my fucking bookmarks. Oh my God. This like girl is going to give us her password. And then we never dealt with it because it was at the beginning of the month. We had our articles. And then we're here. There was an article New York Times called thirty six hours in Malta waiting to do it. Fucking denied me. I said, Nope. Nope. Nope. Let me get fucking Jade on the horn. Bichat us the password within an hour. Oh, she was right on it. And we were on the shit. She as word to GP. That's cool. You know, what I think we're going to stop during the patriots. Just when you think you're going to end up quitting this that censeo comes. And you think I can't we can't we have to keep doing Jade. I mean, you really he saved us. We were like fuck this noise. Yeah. Let's quit. The podcast. Jade said now, I'll give you my New York Times. And we were on that like we were like New York. Socialite literati gut audio gonna printed it out and brought it with me and folded it up one does when are in New York New York Times. But thank you Jade, and thank you New York Times. Because we every story we're telling here now today, every we're we're all we're all New York Times all day. Fuck Washington Post Washington books. That's right now since we've been on this cruise we have four channels in the room, right? And one of them is MSNBC and one of them's FOX, so or nine hours ahead nine hour were MSNBC and FOX in the middle of the night. I think yet United which is the next day. Right. Wait. We're in the middle of the night. Young our live right in back rice eight now, I still scroll through the TV as if there's more channels. However, there's four so there's no castle for you. There's no Kardashians. Like that loan. Oh, we had all know e- says nine hundred any live in t t yet another thing usually that's the thing with TV nothing usually you'd have an e or even TNT. That's why I watch castle is on TNT ours. So even a USA we'd go or USA, maybe two. I don't know. Exactly. We would burn notice yet braver it'd be noticed nearest that fucking shirt. Fucking just whatever. So we did so two nights ago perusing in the news John McCain dies while around the cruise big happen on the work feelings feelings feelings self centered self centered self Senator John McCain dies. Now, we go like this talk about us for an hour. Let's take a break in dip into John McCain being down. Now, we go us. John McCain became very us. John McCain John McCain gets played out. We're sick of John McCain go back to is zero w didn't right. I'll Vietnam Meghan McCain. Cindy, McCain married with her eight year year because you can. Watch the view you go fucking like oh my God. Yeah. I cannot now I need to I'm going to have like should at the view. She'll be in the next week. Hard so hard. So he dies then we realized that we're going back and forth feeling Jinja. So now, I'm deciding let's see what Fox News is saying about John McCain because you think Fox News would be well because John McCain VC is only only to the point where we're now board of John McCain bet. Yeah. Because the only other thing was Trump's NATO thing with Mexico or even as a fake thin shooting. Oh, right. The Jacksonville or the game game or shooting. The guy got mad and shot people at the video game thing. But yes, I mean, basically MSNBC literally was the John McCain channel like straight up. So that there's only so much. We can take quite well, there's only so much. You can say I mean, we we got it. We got it. And the people in come on. He was you know, an I we we know we know that we felt we felt it and go to the John McCain documentary on HBO, it's really really good. And we already covered that the for. So that that's right. And I did and I honor him I already on it. Thought he was dead, quite frankly from that. Well, he wasn't. So I was like die. All righty. Oh, he's I think he's I think he had died out. You know what? I mean. I thought the documentary was whatever it was my bad right now. No. But he he was so it's been a slow road for him in good for him. Because he got to have all his final say's. And yeah, that's probably good for him. And he as we know we did on her him. We liked him find whatever. Now, I thought Fox News would be even going further because they're conservative and they're looking John McCain, right? He was prior to Trump. Let's say back in two thousand like three when O'Reilly was his rapist, heighten John McCain was probably the poster boy for Fox News, quite frankly. Yeah. Well, he's the maverick the rebel. He's not part of the swamp. All the Varsha about defense. Money loves alright international. Mutt? I read some really good Coon. I mean, he does have some good quotes about war since he was a. W? However, he remote me reminds me of dead. I just want you to know. Mom, I think of your debt, I think that's physically. Yes. Something about the way looks and talks. Yeah. It's me. Because he looks like your death. Yeah. He loves why like when he was a handsome and young to know. Yeah. Because he probably an asshole like him too. But it's fine. It's fine. Mom, you know, you know, FOX when we went to I went I needed to see what FOX was doing. Because I thought they were going to be like all over that shit. I want you to know that FOX because of the fact that John McCain was actually against Trump. We realized that FOX is in fact, not covering John McCain at all. And because wait John McCain said t didn't want Trump to come the funeral. John McCain, a Trump isn't invited to his funeral straight up. You are not like a card came to Trump's personal address and said, hey, hi, you're disinvited. You are not invited to my funeral. What do I want remembered by by not inviting you're out? Yeah. Funeral. I mean, not invited to the funeral. So there's not only that. But of course, Trump said the thing about McCain. He only likes her. He only likes were heroes that are captured. Right. He they never agreed on anything. John McCain was the deciding vote on. The healthcare it the thumbs down that he went in like God damn Caligula walking put his thumb down walked out. And he's he's been against Trump. Then he died and. Between the Fox News thing. Also at the same time, which we didn't necessarily realize or they the White House and only flown the flag right after my Aloes for flag. Fly solo the flat who takes five flag halfway up the flagpole. Right. Okay. And you're supposed to do it for like a I don't know. I think this will do for literally like a week while you would certainly do it from the time the person's dead till the time that they're buried. Okay. He does it Trump for like half a day. John McCain dies in the middle of the night. Unlike whether it's Friday or Saturday, it's a middle of the night because we're here. And it's the daytime here the White House. Does the flag for six hours and is done. Right. And every single news person is like the fuck. They're horrified that the flag is flying high. And then right behind is the Washington Monument with all the flags how it way down the five Paul, right? Well, not the White House. Trump was like eating a burger being like at the ship. And then what was Fox News doing? Fox News was covering. Their main story was a white trash house that was burning down. And there are six kids six crystal meth kids inside that the one firemen or wasn't in five minutes. A policeman was like other people inside. And then he went in ran in got the people out, and that was their huge story. Literally for the last two days. That's been the main thing also covered the shooting then the shooting the game gamer shooting they're doing small packages on John Miller small on MSNBC doing nauseam. I'm talking about fifteen guests on morning, Joe. If everyone talking about him, oh, just broke can't even I mean, he's got his glasses off and so into it then because of this Julie's like dying that she's like look at this, Fox News or not even covering it. They're not even covering it. They're barely covering up. Then they then put the flag. Yeah. No thank now because every single person and this is like according to like sources like Sarah, Huckabee Sanders. Everyone is like dude brought up your this is embarrassing. Look insane. Yeah. Can't do this everyone in Washington is doing the halfway flag up. We're not doing it. So now three days later. He's like, wait. He's his body see composing through a magazine happy and let's do the flag. I mean, it's just so then the flag went back down. And but the only thing the White House did for McCain was they said, Ivanka, oh good old is I'll give the robot statement, Ivanka Avangard bought to give a statement about what a patriot McCain was Trump, basically did one tweet and said condolences to the families clearly someone else to concoct short because it was it was it was suspect. It was his publicist. I was very short. Yeah. So you know, they have they have done literally nothing. Meanwhile, he had an evangelical dinner gap praising him Trump. I mean, while everyone's talking about McCain Trump did evangelical dinner which turned into like a campaign rally. Yeah, it's pretty grotesque. And regardless of whatever you feel about John McCain. I mean, the the guy was a goddamn Senator thirty years is what did isn't regardless of whatever you feel whatever you feel you'd better get fucking goddamn board. Because this is an ambulance jumping. This is like. American yet. You should luck hydra tire your so there's that everyone who was fucking wrong should have been oh snap. Hold on a sack the guy. That was cool. That was cool. I was a good good guy. And he didn't die while we're almost cruise boring, and we wish there was something going on. But there is I know so now it's time for I of the shit store. Summation put up on the wall chicken. Bitch shit off of the. In glass. Take some book put up on the board. All right. So we're on a boat in the middle of the ocean. Just doing our best not to get drunk every second of the day. And you know, what that's the real shit storm. That's not getting drunk, but in terms of politics, the ship storm of the week was the one two punch of the Manafort verdict and Michael Cohen pleading guilty and immediately giving up Trump. Okay. So Paul Manafort was Trump's campaign chairman and through the Muller investigation was charged with all these white collar financial crimes, including money laundering, and Bank fraud. Okay. Yeah. Then he was found guilty this week in Virginia of eight counts. And though technically that has nothing to do with Trump. Metaphor actually has another trial coming up in a couple of weeks in DC, and that trial does have to do Trump and Russia. Yes, God is so many men many fort many sports trials, he still hasn't even been sentenced for the trial in Virginia. And now he's about to start all over again in DC and this time he's charged with witness, tampering and working as a foreign lobbyists. The thing with his trial is that since they will be all in his foreign Russian Ukrainian business. Mothers basically trying to find out if Manafort worked with Russia and help them interfere in the two thousand sixteen election. This this listen closely. This is the collusion, and it seems pretty clear that he colluded. Yeah. Well, I mean, he was Trump's fucking campaign chair and he had serious longtime ties to Russia. Okay. He had worked for and is super indebted to a rush. Russian oligarch named Oleg Darah pasta. He has an employee named Constantine kill a minute, which that's not enough that guy Allston think you'll million acclimate don't do nothing with ration Constantine cer- Kirk Seru less or go low. No from American idol Costa de modo's. My cousin was name. I know in this show rock rock and roll for ages. You know that show. So this guy Constantine. He was like basically a Russian like CIA guy. He's like a Russian intelligence agent. This guy who works for Manafort. Okay. Then he works in Ukraine all that stuff for that guy. It was for the country's pro Russian political factions like he's in the Ukraine, but it's all about like the pro right, Russia work guy. So and that's not forget he was also at the infamous Trump Tower meeting with Don, jR, and all the Russian. I mean the fake adoption, right? That was only for adoption. So now in the same week that Paul Manafort is found guilty and will be sent. Synced to as much as eighty years in prison. Michael Cohen Trump's personal lawyer who incidentally, also has ties to Russia has pled guilty to violating campaign finances life as Ukrainian PS and his brother's wife's Ukrainian from Ukraine born arrays. I mean, both of them. I mean, I mean, I mean the so he pled guilty to violating campaign finance laws by paying stormy Daniels and Trump's other playboy mistress to stay quiet before the election. And since there's an actual tape of the conversation. He admitted to prosecutors that Trump knew he paid those women he requested it he approved it, and he paid for it. So yeah, he fucking knew about remember that tape, right? He's it's the tape where he recorded the conversation. Yeah. And he was like almost Joya. What are we going to pay? Right. So and I thought that Trump I don't know if it was Trump or Michael Cohen or Don jR, but I thought somebody told at the FBI that they didn't know about that payment. Now, you're lying to the FBI. And now, you're right. And so that put right. Yep. So okay. So now that Trump here's the deal. Trump sees Michael Cohen giving up. Up the candy to get a plea deal. Okay. Michael Cohen has now told prosecutors that. He's now given up Trump. So he can get a lesser sentence. Right. So Trump sees him doing that. And he's completely fucking stress that Paul Manafort in the other trial on that's coming up in DC that he's going to put his Russia collusion business on Front Street. Now, the next trial he sinking himself Michael Collin? Did it Paul manafort's? Definitely gonna do it. Obviously, the Russia collusion, all it's all Paul Manafort. Yup. So he's tweeting out and ask kissing tweet, which are basically just one step away from promising Paul Manafort apart. Here's what Trump tweeted after the guilty verdict, quote, I feel very badly for Paul Manafort at his wonderful family. He's literally guilty of like a thousand inches of Bachar ges. Eight counts. I'm sorry. Eight counts guilty found guilty of canes on an money lava. Yep. Right. Justice took a twelve year old tax case. How dare we go back and take out take a case? Among other things applied tremendous pressure on him. And unlike Michael Cohen, he refused to break makeup stories in order to get a deal such respect for a brave, man. So he's actually tweeting out a message, which is like I respect you for not going or the deal for taking right but life in your mouth shut but manafort's still has not been sentenced like he's been charged. But he doesn't know what his sentences gravy, like eighty years could still give deal for that. Yeah. And he's trying so then and here's the team Rudy Giuliani Guliani just so you if you guys know, he's Trump's new personal lawyer. He Michael Collins done, it's it's Rudy Guliani. He told the Washington Post that this is like a whole move that they did. So he tells the Washington Post that Trump asked him about pardoning Manafort, I mean, this is a quote from Guliani to the post. Trump asked him about partying Manafort and Guliani fulltime they should wait until after the molar investigation is complete. So that's basically Trump sliding into manafort's DM's and telling him yogurt, I'm going to slap a big part in on that tight ass. That's what that is. That's sliding in the DM's letting them know your pardon is coming for you. Right. So okay. So then if they waited till after the Mueller investigation, and he does pardon him wouldn't that be? That's not obstruction of Justice. That's Justice has been served. Okay. And he's any way you slide into your guy. Sees that Titus and gun. Partnered auditor tell him you're going to pardon him. You're now obstructing Justice, you're preventing Justice from being served, right? But they're they're they're covering their tracks by saying you can pardon him. But you gotta wait till Justice. And there are also doing it by Giuliani doing it and not Trump right now. Trump's kind of doing. It with the tweets. Right. You know, saying what a great man, he didn't fall for the deal. And then he did an interview with whatever it wasn't NBC or whoever that interview was with where Trump where he was like, it should be a legal for people to make plea deals. Give up people for deals he was like that should be a legal GI. That's like the hall. That's like basically the whole entire department is how that works. I mean, I at this point stormy Daniels getting paid who cares up. That's not even he's not even worried. He no he's he are any admitted to it now. Yeah. Does matter and said oh Cup campaign finance violations are nothing. Nobody gets impeached for that is nothing, but a slap on the wrist and a fine. Obama had a huge one Obama had the biggest one supposedly in the history of presidency was like three hundred seventy five thousand dollars. It's the biggest fine anyone's hat, but. Campaign finance violations are. They're all doing it. It's mercer's. It's cuffs. It's. Yes. Fact, they all are doing it. Well, Michael Colin has said that Trump knew about the Trump Tower meeting with Don jR, in the Russian right there. He's busting him out as far as like a lot of things he said, he didn't know about. And that is obstruction of Justice. When you're you can't live in the you can't lie under oath. It's like Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton was really technically impeached, but like you can't lie under out. So he's he hasn't technically been under oath. And even if you go in front of like, you know, any of these like. Like congressional hearings those aren't really technically under oath, but he's been lying about all this. He knew about the Trump Tower meeting. He knew about the story Daniels payment it's lie after lie. So right. That's stuff's coming out. Michael Cohen knows all the tea and he scared and he's coming from Michael Cohen and Michael Collins going to fucking turn states evidence. And he doesn't give up he's gonna sing like a canary. 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And it's just latest talking latest stuff and today, we're joined by our funny friend and feminist role model Erin Gibson, Aaron is one half of the Uber popular sickeningly funny podcast throwing shade. She's a super talented actress model comedian writer producer and just overall creative teenage force to be reckoned with. Let's right. She's legit has a million credits, including having her own affecting TV show, which is something most of the population, including probably us will never ever get to say. And now she's added another once in a lifetime accomplishment to an already incredible career. She wrote a book, I cannot I like literally can't fucking take that that you wrote a book. So the book is called feminazi the complicated women's guide to surviving the patriarchy without drinking herself to death. It'll be available everywhere on September. Forth, but you can go to feminazi dot com and pre-order that shit, right? Motherfucking now, and you can do it on Amazon you can preorder. But I don't know if maybe where the money, let's go to feminazi dot com for the money's sake. Okay. And you should get it. And I'm not just saying. Yes. No. And it was a good read an important Riyadh. So without further. Fucking do. We're so happy to welcome lady. We can officially call a threats Erin Gibson passable model. Did you knew I wasn't model in eighth grade? I assume do you know predatory modeling agencies where they go in. And they say you're tall you should like Barbas on. Yeah. But it was a knockoff Barbara's on told me get a nose job when I was in junior high. The pictures. I have. Yeah. I mean because we are telling you, of course, you're model. And I mean, of course, have been were forced to do some kind of fucking and by the way, anti modeling and modeling acting. I think of in print ad is real people. I'm laying right? Exactly. Actual model. Exactly for drinking. Yeah. Bring up for you to have some. Okay. So I we, but I love this book so hard. I really really did. I'm not just saying that this is like, and this is the first interview we've done for for dumb gave politics or ever where like we're interviewing somebody who wrote a book yet. But so I was like oh my God. What is this going to be going into this, and I have a long and complicated history with the word feminist and the whole thing. So I didn't know how I was gonna feel and I just want to hear your can I hear it. It is. Well, it really it's sort of like didn't know this about you, it it goes back to like mainly will I as you know, from Texas, alike, whatever, but really started when Hillary and Obama were in the primaries. I voted for Obama in those primaries. And I was like getting a lot of feedback about that from for men saying like who wanted Hillary or I guess saying like how how could you? Why wouldn't and maybe even women too. Well, how could you vote for the man over the woman? And so I started feeling like I would ask if we talked to different like feminist authors. We've talked to like a couple huge one yet. Julie Bendel, and what's the other one? Megan Megan early yet. Megan Markle, Megan Murphy, and I would always ask the question. Like, can you be considered a feminist if you voted for for Obama over Hillary, and like base, they you know, like they they said, yes the Cavs. Yes. Yeah. You know, like, I just I don't feel like I I don't know. I just have a complicated history with it. So I thought I feel like your book is really really really important for for mainly like people like me. That's what I was gonna ask you this is my first question, but I was gonna tell tell our fourteen listeners like what what would you say the Justice of the book? Well, it's basically. I've been kind of saying it's a love letter to eighteen year old me who was obsessed with Dixon. Cigarettes, just take a second. And look at all the ways that you are marginalized in the world by forces. You might not see and understand that you have the power to change those things I loved I'm using comedy to trick people into carrying about that stuff. So I think I do think the book is for people who are already very like militantly feminist. But what I hope is that people who aren't like that can see the ways they can be like that without that aren't just the regular like abortion, and you definitely wrote. And I think I think it can I think it does appeal to the those people who maybe don't think that they're feminists or whatever. Because all you're doing is putting what you did in the book, which was so great and using humor. And all that stuff is basically putting laying out in a very basic terms and not just being feminist, but just being empowered in your own self. That's all the, you know, I I read a lot of that stuff. And it was just like. There's no way any woman could read this book and not leave thinking like God, I'm a feminist because you are you are you want to be self empowered. Do you want to be happy? Do you want to feel good about yourself? Do you want to be controlled by other people? Do you want to be controlled by met? You don't you don't you know, what I mean? Like, I another people other feminists that we've talked to and they're they're great. They're amazing. But it can be intimidating. Well, it's intellectual label, and you're if you raised a ding Dong like in the south. I mean, I'm not even I I was raised. Not by my parents, my parents were Dukakis supporters, but they didn't sit down and because they couldn't they were very like we were lower middle class. They didn't have the time to go in a race. All the stuff that I was getting my surroundings. And so I was being raised by their absence almost and that unfortunately that was in Texas does all that stuff. And so it wasn't really an I read Susan flutie's backlash in college. And that was the first time I thought oh my God. This is all I have all shit the tapping to me in different ways that was like one of one of my parts of the book. I really loved. Okay. So you re because I hate so I got phrase the beginning. I didn't say that someone gave it to. I just say this is the quote, this is what you wrote. I got a copy of Susan Faludi backlash when I read which I read in three days the book unravelled, the suppressive gender sweater. I'd been sweating in my whole life. I stopped hating myself and other women and redirected my rage at the dumbest SIS straight white men in thirty who are ruining my life with their power, religion, wealth and sex is I started figuring out who I wanted to be an erasing the person. I thought people wanted me to be I like love that Julie could read that better. But. I thank you. A lot of problems right now. It was I love that part. Because I do I know we're doing all the talking, but I just fucking love this both, you know, much I want I want people to get it. I want people to get this for their daughters. We we only have fourteen listeners. But like weirdly some of them are in high school, and like that's great by they're gonna save the world number one. And I hope that the I mean, I think you know, like visibility for LGBTQ community. I feel like that young girls also need the visibility of a woman in a position to say. Like, hey, this stuff that you might be feeling. That's actually valid. Yeah. You don't have a Nancy in your life to be to be secretly going like doing is. Okay. You need somebody high profile style to to reinforce that. Yeah. So that's what I that's what I hope. I mean, I don't think that there's an age limit on this book. Yeah. I was wondering what I mean toddlers. I guess, but like do you imagine there's some there's some Frank sex talking? I was thinking. How old would you imagine? Like what I would give this to a twelve year old. But I'm what I'm saying. What would you give you a sixty year old? Yeah. I would I would give it to a sixty year old who is like. Well, okay. Let me back up. So the lawyer who did all of the whatever you call it. Let's not get sued para was she's really sixties, and she real she really liked the book. And then we also had a long conversation about certain things in the book that I ended up changing because of the conversation with her like, especially the metoo chapter. Yeah. And about how there's a a chasm between whatever this is third way feminism and second wave feminists and how they see me too. And how they see it as a little more policing than I think women of our generation would we had a long talk about it. And she. She allowed me to kind of not even it wasn't softening the language, but have more compassion for people. Who may be felt that a different way about it. And coming hearing someone who is coming from a different. I don't even I'm not even explaining well. But essentially. She just from she's from a legal standpoint and from an older feminist standpoint, and it was and she would like the book. But then she we just talked about some things that maybe I was being too harsh about with its generation of women who were raised with different sets of standards. Yeah. Accents. I got it that a lot in the that was a long way to say that I got that a lot in the book like the I just kept bringing up the difference between like our generation the one before us and the one after us in how it's going to be completely different like approach to feminism for all of these. And that would be what was so challenging. I'm sure about writing it as well. And I should think that all men should read this book. Oh, like, yeah. Like really more than women. I think men mean when I was reading it. I was like this is the shit. Like, this is the should that men need to be taught in junior high school. This is the shit that boys need to be taught about like. Oh, especially the rape chapter which is which is a letter to Betsy DeVos. Yeah. Yes. Buteau and talking about. And these are not things these are not concept that people even know how to break down to other people unless you're living swimming in feminism, I am all the time. Right. And you should think that the the stuff especially that you talked about in the book. It's like even though it's yes, it's called feminism. But really, it should just be called common sense in them. You know, what I mean like, it's not these are not things that should be only. You know, just that's why I was like God this shit. Just boys needs to be reading the ship. This is this is literally like a spoke is could could be also be called feminism for men like you know, what I mean? Like, it really could nasty. Yeah. Feminism for man. I mean, like this is it's women needs to be powered and below. And all that stuff in wearing the men and boys boys, particularly need to be taught this shit in school. I believe we're already doing so much of the work and four other people work and on behalf of the people. I totally agree with you like if if someone could read this book and just if a guy could read this book and go, oh, I get why this is a weird thing that I get why women have a problem with this now. And I I've exp-, and I think another thing that I that I tried to do in this book is almost every chapter. There's something very personal about my life. And this is how I came to this conclusion, or this is why I feel this way. So it's I don't want it to come off. As like, I'm an expert and just. Believe me because I know these stats from gut Macher, you know, what it's about it's about like, this is this how how affects me personally, and it will fit you personally in different ways, and the whole thing would being feminists. And all that is is personal. This is there's not a step. I don't even there's not a stat. Anyone could give there's a expert in the world that could tell me anything different than what you're saying here. Like me to consent rape tampons. Like, it's it's it's a commonsense situation that like we have men and women somehow somewhere along the way. Inception of humanity. Yeah. Like never could people get together. It's like the weird rules that everyone just has fucking made up. Right. That's getting in the way of common sense. And we were talking about sterler on when you when you guys are on our podcast, which I don't I'm playing with time now because I don't know if that's going to be before after this. But you know, my parents have a very very strict sense of righteousness, and what's right and wrong. And I think one of the reasons I see this stuff so easily is because of that being raised that way. I mean, we didn't always apply it to feminism and gender differences. It was more of like this is a poor person. And you don't talk to a poor person like this, and you don't talk to a homeless person like this. It was more like. Yeah. General kindness and not specifically like oh. But this is how you're going to be raised in this world. And you have to look out for this stuff. Yeah. And I think my mom like imp- completely empowered me. But at the same time, she didn't she didn't need to like sort of walk around for herself with like she didn't. Mind. The she if she seemed like she wasn't empowered. Maybe or not or whatever. Yeah. But she empowered me, and but I didn't ever. And then so therefore, I didn't need to ever be like, I just didn't need that label of feminism. So and then when I would come like a cross feminists a lot of times, I would feel like judged or. Yeah. Like, I wasn't doing it. Right. But it's so fit all feminism is you you believe that it should be equal. They should be Murphy's it. Yeah. It's just that's all it is. So anything else that gets put on it? It's almost like the reinterpretation of like, you know, this person said this, and this person said this, and then they were on TV, you're on magazine, and they this is their thing. And it's like, no, it's very simple definition. And just because you're a feminist like you're saying earlier like I mean, I have a whole chapter about makeup. Yeah. I know. That's not a very feminist thing to talk about right? It's not it's about the male gaze in. How I present myself for that gays and like other women all stuff, I don't give a fuck. I like makeup, right? And here's the way I want to bankrupt. The men who are making. Money off of it. Yeah. I love that. That chapter. I want to say and your your message to Kylie Jenner even bringing up Kylie Jenner was incredible. And like, she's the only woman who's running a multi-million dollar cosmetics country. Yeah company. It was that just a makeup. I wanted to ask you, did you always know that was going to be in there did that come to you just randomly like 'cause it was a very unique. I thought like for me, that's why I feel like the book is for people like me, it's for girls that that are empowered and do want to be qual. But at the same time don't feel like they're invited to sit at the table or they're not smart enough informed enough or diligent enough. Or I don't know it just I was like happy. There was a makeup thing. I I don't understand. Why people I mean, Gloria Steinem wears makeup, which she goes on. Yeah. She's on TV. She's wearing makeup like let's not. We can't like a race the way the world works one hundred percent. So what I it's like a life hack of like, okay? I like makeup. I like dying my heroic cutting my hair or like the clown aspect of it. You know, the drag Queen aspect of it. How can I do it in a way that does it undermine women at the same time? It's really that. And it's the same like, I just was trying to think of other things that weren't talked about ad nauseam because there's just certain feminists tropes. They're like tropes. You know? Like, I have an abortion chapter. But it's about how my mom was young mom, and how much better her life would have been an my grandma both of them if they hadn't been nineteen years old and having kids like they lost their lives. And I don't I don't think that that's a I think abortion has talked about like more of. No, it's our right to choose. But I wanted to talk about this is how it ruins people's just ruin my mom's life. And I might she loves me. And she's glad I was born. Yeah. I know it ruined her life. Yeah. Like, I knew it did. And I see that I see that in her every day and opportunity to she's lost. So I don't know making it less intellectual yet and more like a folksy homespun yet approachable Cracker Barrel feminist book. Exactly, I hope it sells for living. Like, we don't all want to go to a March. We don't all want to show. Our we don't only four years in a women's studies. Yes, we don't he can't do that. Right. We don't need to be part of a movement, quote unquote to be moved. But that's another thing. I think people feel like in order to be a feminist. You have to devote all this time to it. And you have to spend all this energy. And it's really can be super over over. What overwhelming it's if you're just getting into it? So this is these are a lot of these are ways of things you can do each day your life in your own. What can you actually control? Do you think that and you don't need to answer this? If you don't want to because it's controversial. I can't wait. But do you what how do you think the term cysts and the idea of being non binary adds to either sexism, and or feminism? Well, I'm going to say this. I had a real I have a really I had a hard time. And it wasn't because people were asking me to use the words, but I had I had like a learning curve with using the terms in the first place. I do all do. Yeah. I think that's me. And yes, they're suddenly there, and it was never there. It's also a made up word SIS gender yet. Because it's just the reaction to trans. Yes. Yeah. What it means? Nothing like in wells. I mean, all I mean, ultimately medically speaking, it doesn't it's it's a it's a feel good. It's a it's a word that has been created to counteract. And you know what? I mean, we well you it's a supportive word. I do think in some ways. It's impor-. I think it's important because you don't want the status quo to be the normal. And then everything else is defined as how it relates to the normal. So like transgender and cyst like it almost makes it seem like, oh, well, this is the weird categorization. And then everything else is the normal categorization. Right. So I like it for that. I what I don't love is when people who are on the right side of history, and who are trying get attacked for doing it wrong. Right. Yeah. Out of a way, that's like everyone's trying really hard right now. And we got to support each other. And if you don't get something right off the bat like teach somebody so they can learn I not saying that fucking you should sit down with Sean Spicer and have the discussion because it's not going to do anything. But yeah, I want who means well who's trying to learn there's a this is a drinking from her fire hydrant situation right now where everybody's being like, okay? There's this identity. Oh. This is how identify please respect that. And it's great. But we have to be really patient with each other because everyone's trying just try really hard in general. Yeah. Okay. We'll see you mentioned glorious Chinese feel the same way. I do. Really? No. I do. I do. I do feel the same way. But sometimes I agree. And sometimes I don't like sometimes I am not just with that term. But there's other terminology that been in regards to feminism specifically and in regards to like women's issues, or whatever there's just some things like that come up like non binary gender jet, non Geno gender where I do get kind of like where we get. I can't now talk about feminism or women's stuff. Because now all of a sudden, I'm offending you. Because you have no gender. Well, so yeah, that that bugs me he she stuff. It's like all I there's a lot of gendered pronouns in my in my book. And it's, but I know I agree a hundred percent what I had this out. So don't feel you know. Well, I what I'm trying to say is like I tried to set up like this is these are the cat. This is the categorize category of people that I'm rallying against. And so then I use shorthand for. I don't want anyone else's a part of the it's like, we're all part of the thing. I totally agree with. Yeah. I heard out of the doctor. She also gets tacked on the rig. So she has like, you know, she's coming from a science based thing. And then also, you know, and it gets dicey get AC when you're talking about feminism. And you're talking about women's stuff e-, you know, even that's feminism is everyone, but feminists feminism is also about women, and then you get into a weird how Burkey situation about how you talk about women. I think it's super important to have intersection -ality. Yeah. Because feminism can be really white. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. In brainwork insists. And so I think those words help those those labels help people. I don't think those labels are for the people that they apply to. I think those labels are to help people who don't understand learn. Thank good wear. That's a good point. That's good. Okay. Okay. So you mentioned Gloria Steinem now. She which of course, now, she. Was famous for. I mean a million things. But for me for telling Andy Cohen constantly and always got the housewives were ruining. She said that to his faith. Yeah. She said it to a more than once. So I wanted to ask you like, what do you feel about like the housewives like in terms of that guy brand? I'm actually said the best thing about the capsule is how I I didn't know how I felt about it until he said it, but he was saying if guys can have football, why can't I have real housewives, and I sort of feel the same way. I don't personally I'm not a fan of. I don't. Well. My problem is I don't like idealising the rich. They already have money. I don't write anything else. They don't need celebrity and all this stuff. I agree gross about it to me. I don't love watching women fight. I I think it's entertaining. And I think that they know what they're doing on that show. Yeah. I would never judge somebody for watching those shows, but I can't get passed my own hangups about what I'm watching. Well, I would happily say, and I mean, we used to do Bravo. Like, you know for for for actual work. And we don't know. But which is probably why we have no work, but I would happily an easily say that like the bachelor is setting us back. So like, would you was he does Brian has a theory that the bachelorette is actually empowering because the woman has all the control. So as far as I don't know that Brian's theory is is I don't know I feel like that whole grouping of shows. I mean, I don't know that it's sitting back that badly. But I do think I do think those shows are toxic. But here's the thing. I have growing up the south. I've seen so many hot people vie for each other's attention. I don't wanna watch it on TV. Now. That's all. Texas, the Texas is a bachelor bachelorette. Yeah. It's the hottest dumbest people who were vague who vague jobs. Yeah. Trying to figure each other in a spot. Exactly. I I just want the pro I just feel like and I have a couple of friends who wash their credentials, and it's like fine. If you want to spend your time, do you need to check out on that. That's great. But like. I think everything is currency. So when you spend your time putting your eyeballs on that stuff. And you spend a lot of time putting your eyeballs on that stuff that stuff gets popular. And then the the good stuff doesn't get watched. And it's money it's money too. So is all currency. But that that's being said, I my neighbor made me watch southern charm, and I fucking loved it because I hated it. Yeah. I valued at it. Yeah. I hated everyone on that show. I hated everything they stood for. I hated all the wicker. Yeah. And the xactly outfits like, yeah. Because it's very that can be very southern to with all the lakes chunky, silver, jewelry so much Brighton. Yes. So much so much so much. Okay. So now, I don't know if that answered your question. Well, I mean, I think it it did. Okay. I mean, you know, it's like t- nobody nobody wants to say. Yeah. And it's like there there are women, and he's putting tons of women to be and they're women of a certain age. Age and he put Julia Andy Cohen personally, but Bravo, put on TV. So it's it's impounding and a lot of ways. And. Yeah. And especially like women of a certain age that makes it that's they're the only women over forty on TV and they're on every show and a million show. So that part I just wish it wasn't. I wish it just wasn't wealthy people getting more yet. It's the really check that. I don't love. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So I I wish he would do like a wiccan shorts. I don't know what the app. Wiccan? If Pravo did like, not this MARTINI level, right? It's aspirated. All and it's like, you know, but yeah, if you've well, Honey, boo, boo. But then that's the opposite. I guess that's auto or was that TLC TLC TLC. But yeah, if they could do something showing a group of women not wiccans great someone's stealing that right Buckingham. Yeah. I want us to see what what it's like behind the behind closed doors at bumble, which is an all female run dating site. That's running Austin by all women like the interesting to me. Yeah. No. That'd be got Kristen cavalier fakes fucking Zhao. What's that called, very careful? Very or some shit. Okay. So in terms of like modern day feminism, meaning like the new wave what are the new young people? Is it just called just feminism same thing or I think we're in fourth wave. Okay. Okay. Would be the Suffragettes second wave would be the Yarra the rights amendment era, which was the seventies. Then I consider the girl riot the third ROY wave which is nineties punk, and yeah, oh, I'm not gonna pick wants to fund. Yeah. But I thought you know. Kinda see right. Yeah. Pussy or like, Kathleen Hanna what about the lady who shot yams out of her pussy? Like, I kind of. Thanks to funny wish empowered me. Nineties. She I still I don't love roof. She ended up. Yeah. Yeah. I don't want to find it two point. Oh, yeah. But you mean on the voice and shit. Well, I just don't I I don't know. How anyone can fuck somebody? They don't agree with their politics. I I don't understand how people who don't have the same politics conflicts. And she lost there to hardcore. I was like Vatsa bummer. I'd rather be with like Gavin Ross like having sex with like, you know. Homophobic. Yeah. He's and your fans are gay. You have a lot of gay fan. The note that young fans. Yes. Someone told me, and it did make me feel bad because I was I mean, I love Gwen Stefani. Like that, you know. So any girl of of of small like, okay, I'm going to say this. But she was like flat chested athletic lady in the nineties Deering bikinis. It'd be like fucking do with me. And I was like, yes. Yes. I wanna see. So when she got with him with Blake Shelton. I was like crushed. And I mean crushed I felt like wow. That was photography destiny that. Yeah. Exactly. And someone told me that, you know, it's kind of she'd been this marriage for a long time, and I had been to so many like concerts in the nineties and even with her with him, and they opened for Bush and someone said it was like when you get out of a marriage. And then you end up sl like sleeping with like the plumber like it's like shit. It was going so far was like a work. Yeah. I was like, oh, it's like a working class guy that she has nothing in common with that. She just was like, let me just. Try this because like really his existence had nothing to do with hers in every way, they're still gather. I know, and that's where they'll theory falls apart. Yeah. Okay. So the fourth I love we learn I think. China Russia 's fourth wave feminism right now. But so in terms, I think we're anyway, it's usually like what big event right 'cause we got me to now. So now, it's the fourth one eight two times a yeah. Yeah. Exactly women's March. Do you think that this will? What do you think it will happen in terms of like this generation having kids? Do you think? Phil it's already not happening waiting a long time to have kids in their not having kids, which I guess is good because we have a population issue right now. Yeah. Which we could have solved by the way, if we had made a portion a lot easier to get people wouldn't be had end make contraception. Nada sin like get your fucking shit together. Should all be part of if you if you could get an abortion if abortions were part of your gynecological offices procedures it would not be in a situation. It would be just a medical thing. And by the way in the sixties it wasn't. It was illegal. But it wasn't looked at by most people as this anti-christian thing that happened after Roe versus Wade. So I don't know it will depend on it'll depend on what the backlashes. The backlash seems to be the thing that right? Yeah. Well, you think you would think that they would make contraception the thing the key. But they won't. It's like you could avoid an abortion, which is not good for your body. If you just use contraception like, that's it. But they because it's not available ask out the fucking pill. Yes. Like, lower income, you know, or it's not neighborhoods, and it's just not should be free. Don't have access to all be free should be everywhere. And it should be taught early socialized healthcare. And I I wouldn't be surprised if this is one of the Evangelos arguments against not having probably, but they don't want people to just give free free condoms, birth control. Yeah. So I wanna make look for the helpers a segment on dumb gave holiday. Bye bye, Mr. Rogers. So I'm gonna always always mentioned you so tell all for mister Rogers. Yeah. I, but I'm gonna mention both of you. But because I do I really want to do it because it like really is the is pretty much. I guess what we want eventual hope. Yeah. It's like we have to have something like that. So explain what that is. So Mr. Rogers, I think when he was talking to congress when they were threatening to defend PBS in the eighties. Reagan. You know, do a lots of. Do a lots of great stuff. He was saying. It as part of his thing about what he does on the show. He was saying when his mother when his he would see something bad happening on TV his mother would always say look for the helpers. So don't look at the destruction. Look at the people in the background who were like. You know, taking medics and people help first responders versus bonders. Yeah. Look at look for the firemen. But it's it's like look at the people who are doing good, not the not the bad stuff that's happening and early for them and find them in terms of like our show like look for them and find them and go and get involved or how Iraq put your eyeballs on that, especially with this news climate and just how absolutely full of despair and hopelessness hopeless. There's nowhere to sign. That's what people are like, I need more. I need to know how bad it is. If you can find the good if you can watch something like that. And then go, but wait, if this thing is happening in, you know, in the southern states, let's look at see what the ACO you is doing to combat it always just these people are doing redistricting and gerrymandering for voting suppression. Yes, they're doing that. But there's also people. Who were like we're going to sue your ass, and we're probably going to win. Right. Yeah. Yeah. So for the helpers, I love it. I love it. I think it's like so profound and great. I really do also on that. This is a contract, right? We can use it. Yeah. So there's this great company called beauty counter. And the woman who owns it. I mentioned in the book, she started this company because there was no transparency in the cosmetics industry. She wanted to make a female owned cosmetic company that was good. And that also did good things. So it had all the all the ingredients or healthy. There's no carcinogens, and she also lobbies congress to get better regulations on the big cosmetic companies because they're all part of this fucking regulatory committee police themselves, right sober. They can do any animal testing any kind of Garate chemicals in the shit kale. Mid and wear lipstick, y'all kinds of shit. Yeah. I saw the beauty counter. So do they sell all all make up? Yeah. And they're on group. So like, we know literally their legislative loves them. Now is Mike Pence. Like feminist enemy number one in the administration. I think so especially if Trump gets impeach and just in general like what is this administration doing for the for the fourth waivers? I mean, is it not a God damn thing? I mean, is it gonna make do you think the back the backlash of this administration? Maybe that's the backlash that we're looking for because that will or is this administration the backlash to what happened under Obama and indefinitely. Yeah. And now there's going to be the other backlash backlash wave within a being the second wave backlash wish on the back lot as his back of backlash, which is the I mean, it seems to me like with me too. And all that stuff is the backlash to this administration. Like, they and black lives matter and all that stuff like, and hopefully, but the question is going to be like, I don't know. Women are winning primaries. Yeah. That here daring Lupe Valdez the for like a lesbian Gannett. I was so great. So great. So great tech Mexican America. I what can I do for you could I make? How can I watch you fucking Florida? Yeah. Bitch slap the entire state of Texas. Okay. So you have this section about I really loved this one. I mean, there's there every single chapter is like worth the price of the book. So even if you if you get it, and I should say is a dollar, exactly guys. But there's a payment plan you can lay away. It's just like tai-bo if you don't really remember tai-bo fucking, Billy blanks. I will I had to go to his actual real place here in the valley. And I was like this is what for tai-bo with Billy blanks. And it was like we had to hit a brick and mortar. Yes. And it was enormous like in the video like enorthfield literally talking about like. Okay, son. I think I don't know if Billy blanks die, but his son does it has a new I think it's still around. Absolutely. I mean, it's so next level. So but every chapter if you don't read like just get it and read one chapter and you'll and you'll be then you'll have to have an audio book. If you. If better wanna go together into coin toys of tones of the voice. Yeah. It's almost like a it's almost like a self hope book in a way, which is why you should read. You could go back and read a chapter in and of itself for its own self and be like kind of feel about me today. It's like a law and order. Yeah. Yeah. You could you for now it is evergreen. And I think the audio book is genius. Because then because you already do a podcast. So it's like it'd be like listening to your podcasts. It's just like that except seventeen. I mean, oh my God. Okay. So the sec there was a chapter about calling women girls instead of women. So like, it's so profound. And so does so deep into everything I need to like psychoanalyze like his language. It's everything I like love how do you feel about? Now, we do this. So I just wanna say we're self-aware hypocrites. Like an all a lot of things joy. We're like you too. So how do you feel about women calling other women like bitches and sluts? I love it. Okay. I love it. Okay. I think it's great. I love calling people cut. Okay. Good and bad. I think it young change in the in. Yeah. So you don't count attack. It's bad to be like Fitch, please or yo-. Okay. I love it because I like talking in an aggressive way. Anyway. Yeah. And I'm not going to win. I just don't it just, but I feel like it's powerful. But I I know people who are like you can't do the girl versus women thing. I don't like when people when it's so so so prevalent in a way that is just. Used to show youth as a currency or. Yeah. The just the tropes of like if you're woman is called girl in a book, she's likely to die or Josh shit. Like that where you're like, wait, this is a pattern in everyone's following. So there's some message going out to millions of people that this is an okay thing to do. You may like goal with friends. I'll call it a friends. Yeah. Hey or the cop who or guy? Yeah. That's the best like girl, please. But but you cut off like what like do you have an age that you cut off as far as girl? Like, I mean, I I will. I it meant matter to me because I feel like I do that. Because I do I like it though in my mom says the girls are coming over. I'm like, they're all seventy you're going to play bridge that I like the she calls them that. I like, ladies I like calling people lady. Hey, lady. Yeah. Say lady Ella too. Yeah. I like the ladies are coming over the see that almost sounds like the. I wish there was another word that wasn't 'cause women doesn't actually work at a lot of those two women are coming over sounds awful. That's yeah. The gals the cows. Oh, that's great actually great. Oh, yes. I'm just a gal. I mean, that's the thing is like a women woman always felt it's just not sexy. And even though that's just part of it like, this is going to be my small change that I that the one small change that I make is going to be that. Because that that chapter was like hit home where I was like, I do that. You know? I I don't wanna be. I mean, I love when like a younger guy will be like, ma'am to me. Like that gets me. I will get wet from that. I'm like, yeah. That's right. But my mother-in-law now it's called Deary, and she hates it. Because it's what you p. She's like, oh now, I'm a Deary. Now. I'm an old fragile lady. So if you call her girl, she probably be like, yes. Yeah. Well, and of course, but that's I also think that that's not empowering. So it it it's not playing into like, you know. Yeah. Youth is a currency and. That's going to be my small because I 'cause I feed into that. You know what I mean? And it makes me fucking feel bad about myself as age people used it as if people use boy in the same way, I probably wouldn't be I was upset about it. But it just has it's so loaded. Yeah. Boy is like loaded in two ways. Right. Well, bad loaded, which is loaded. Bad boys are load of it. Like bad girl at it. Does sell to sounds creepy. Oh my God. I give being cooked picture and his Dane Cook's girlfriends like nineteen and they've been together for over a year. So that means they were eighteen when they got together. And I just see that. And I'm like bull. The power dynamic and everything that I don't like about using the word girl is like just personified in that the atr and just the the death grafts onto Jew then. Yeah. Not wanting to seem old and right all of it and getting with someone young and meaningless or not meaningless, which is someone that you're I mean, you're I don't know. Yes. It's why haven't seen this picture, but I do on a center so to all right? Actually, let me save you. And I'll just describe it. Okay. Kirby shopping lane in American history. Oh god. Get it. Never you never forget. But that that's all that. I just want people to realize what that word means. And the context of there yet, I'm not saying you can never use the word girl, but just know insert hind a picture. Oh, yeah. It's disgusting. Do you want to describe it? So it's him and his girlfriend who looks like her his daughter. Oh my gosh. I can't it's it's just me. And are they in a pool there always into pool? I mean, all the way will of Jisr all of her Instagram photos of them. She her body language is very much like don't touch me. Oh my God. It would that really skeeve me out. And he looks like yeah. It's like very daddy. Like holding her in the water. Well, there's so much of that in this book just little little everyday just little tweaks. Yeah. Just tweak just tweak. And it's and it's it's for the like, our collective mindset will change, and we won't fuck and feel bad about getting older. And you know, what I mean because we will care about it won't matter. Yeah, we won't need to drive around corvettes like with a to pay on. You know, exactly just be like, whatever we're getting a minivan. And we don't even have any kids. And we don't care me, ma'am. I think the overall another thing that I wanna like hit home. And I don't know if I did this in the book, but like doesn't matter if people wanna fuck you you should do what you want. That is a part of what like I think society does to women, especially straight women. It's like, well, if you do if you too loud or you curse too much or you do too many pants. Gotcha. Gotcha. You're too many pants. Exactly. It's kind of like what I always say. Which is like, it doesn't really matter. How old you are just as long as you're fucking hot like not hot in the way or just cough, like be cool. It doesn't because you know, something could be twenty one and completely fucking on cool. And you and I can see like a six year old and be like or even like Anthony bourdain or whatever ladies I see like wardrobe Dan that is killing the game. And and you always want the person school. They don't seem concerned with who wants to. They don't give a fuck. Yeah. Just truly don't give a fuck and who do you? And if it feels bad and wrong than it is. That's for sure. That's right. That is for sure. So we love you. I hope you so much for having. My hope we really how much we like really like the book. And absolutely. And I really I you may be embarrassed. I want her fourteen listeners to get it. And I think they will. And especially we have like moms and daughters, and there's even stuff we couldn't even get to so much thing. We couldn't even get you it we couldn't get to. So tell our listeners what when and where they can get the book and find you September. It comes out you can pre-order now. It's on feminazi dot com. Any place you want to order it from. If you wanna do your big boxes, if you wanna do your small boxes, they're all there. And I'm going on a book tour starting September fourth, and that's all on the website. And yeah, the events are going to be there like shows I have drill like an hour long show at the bookstore. So and it's called feminazi. Let that's just the first word you have to remember all you got to remember, and you should go to her book signings in her shows because they're great. And it's still be fine. We're putting a curse on on antiabortion. Legislators perfect. So well, you already starting the wicked thing. Yeah. Call me, Andy. Seriously. And now it's time for so there's that. All right. This is the part of the show Julius to find something good that's happening because of or inspite of the current state of affairs in the world. She hates doing it in his W w hard right now when we are negative mostly silver assholes, we haven't even had enough wireless capability to check and see if our so there's that intern Jesse has set her any ideas. So she had to pull this one out of her ass all on her own. Let's see if she did it. All right, ma'am out. What is your? So there's that moment for this week. I hear you type type typing away. Yeah. Okay. Now, I'm not a person who's burdened by student loans. It's embarrassing to say 'cause that means my parents paid for me to go to college. And he's you're rich. Well, but I, of course by knowing you and hearing of your soon lone crusade have come to understand the crushing death. That owing money for student loans can bring you I do however have death crushing credit card debt because well career with that said, I've come to feel a kinship with those strangled by student debt, I guess because of the life I have buried myself under so as we know under the Obama administration he wanted to make it easier for student loan forgiveness. Love you Obama. Didn't you feel that or did yet have that felt a general support and an awareness and a thing I've never felt before or since right? He was very big on not just student loan forgiveness. But lowering and predatory lenders which is what got you into credit card debt. Yes. Well, it is. That is right. We'll know what got me into debt is just life. But yes, that's right. You think you can pay a dollar and whatever fuck so that that's why he his whole for eight years has been talking about students student loans loan forgiveness shell still had student loans when he is the president of the United States. So as we know, and so for those of your students, you know, that Obama was great for you know, Trump, and this administration pretty much wants, you you students and loans to fuck you write a asshole. Yeah. Like heart. They want you to buy stakes and go to Trump university. And they might want you to stop paying. You're not alone. No, Orage or credit card. Now, I've said before I'm not super into quitters, but in this administration. I am never more excited when someone tenders a resignation with their failures tenders. I don't know. I hope tender I hope it's ender tender, and you know, what they should have an app called. Tend to nation. I'm not going to spend your resignation Beijing, they should be able to attend to your resignation. It's like fucking curate. Glad to be exactly get enga- able to tender your resignation to your job with all your feelings. And believe me, you need to take feelings and tell your fucking boss, you're saying and hinder take a match take lighter. Tighter. Take the tender into the ticker ten the Tinder into your job and take the gender back. So there are people from this administration who are tendering their resignation burning bridges left and right. And I am so into it. Then latest one is a scathing resignation letter from a guy named Seth frontmen. Who until now was the student loan owned buds men at the canal Zimmer financial section be right? Ombudsmen at the consumer financial protection bureau. Now, he said quote that the consumer financial protection bureau has turned its back on young people and their financial futures. The letter that he wrote was addressed to Mick Mulvaney, the bureau's acting director in a week did a thing on Mick Mulvaney. So he's the these the guy who's in charge of larceny land guy that guy is taking all your student loans and eating fucking sticks. So this guy wrote dear acting director Mulvaney. It has been the honor of a lifetime to spend the past seven years working to protect American consumers, I under Holly portray says, the bureau defended America's military families from predatory lenders for profit colleges and other unscrupulous businesses and most recently leading the bureau's work on behalf of the forty four mi